WOMEN'S BASKETBALL (15-2): Opened Patriot League play last Saturday at Colgate and won 69-58. Army led 36-32 at the half, and at one point in the second half led by 20. Junior Cara Enright scored 21 points, classmate Stephanie Stone scored 15, and yearling Megan Evans scored 14 with 8 rebounds. Yesterday, completing the 2 game road trip, Army played at Holy Cross. The Crusaders led 31-26 at the half, but the second half was all Army as the Cadets outscored Holy Cross 36-18 and won 62-49. Four Army starters scored in double figures, led by Evans with 15 and senior Jennifer Hansen with 14. Army's next 3 games are at home, beginning with Lehigh and American U. this coming weekend.
MEN'S BASKETBALL (10-7): Our losing streak reached 3 as we were beaten in our first two league games. At Colgate, in a game we needed to win, we lost in overtime 73-71. Tuesday, at league favorite Holy Cross, we were drubbed 64-42. The game was close in the first half. Lehigh here Saturday.
WRESTLING (5-3): Four dual meets last week in Arlington, Texas, and we split. Lost to 4th ranked Oklahoma State 32-7; lost to 15th ranked Wisconsin 35-3, defeated New Mexico Highlands 43-3, and defeated Utah Valley State 41-6. At Rutgers and USMMA this Sunday.
INLINE HOCKEY CLUB: Fifteen Cadets play on this relatively new club sport. In a tournament at Key West, Florida, Army was 1-2 in the round robin, and then faced Missouri-Rolla in the championship round. Missouri-Rolla defeated Army in the round robin 6-2, but the Cadets won 6-5 to advance to the championship game against Florida International. Army lost 6-5, but the Cadets made the front page of the local paper and had a lot of Navy EM and locals rooting for them.
TRACK AND FIELD: Non-scoring Carleton Crowell Open last week in West Point's Field House. Senior Justin Kelso won the 220 meter dash in 22.30 and junior Steve Zhang met the IC4A qualifying standard with a triple jump of 47 feet 5 inches. Plebe Angela Jenkins won the triple jump at 38 feet, 6 ¼ inches and took 2nd in the long jump at 18 feet, 6 ½ inches. Junior Nicole Brechue won the shot put with a heave of 41 feet, 11 ¼ inches.