MEN'S TENNIS (1-0): We are able to open the season during this very cold, snowy winter because of our outstanding indoor facility, Lichtenberg Tennis Center. Our men's team stopped Binghamton 6-1 last weekend. WOMEN'S TENNIS (2-0): Routed Binghamton 7-0 and Albany 7-0.
GYMNASTICS (2-0): Using mostly reserves, Army defeated M.I.T. in their gym 195.2 - 148.3.
SWIMMING (4-6), (4-7): At Columbia, the Army men lost 164.5 - 135.5. Columbia defeated our women 202-95. Army won 3 of 16 events in the women's meet. Plebe diver Chelsea Haviland won two events, sweeping both boards. Chelsea has won both diving events in 8 meets this year.
TRACK: Took the team title in New York Elite Invitational meet. Although we won only one event (senior Eric Mozenbecker in the mile at 4:11.73), our depth paid off. Army scored 75 and the next three finishers were East Carolina 55, South Carolina State 47, and George Mason 40.
MEN'S BASKETBALL (5-12): Lost two away games. At Bucknell last Friday we scored only 11 points in the first half, trailed 32-11, and eventually lost 53-38. We shot 31% from the floor. At Lehigh Sunday, we lost handily 78-61. Lehigh is now the only Patriot League team unbeaten in league play. Navy here Friday.
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL (9-10): We're playing close games - but losing away from home. At Bucknell, we went down 72-62. Against Lehigh we lost 64-59. That's four straight defeats. We will get these teams at home in the next two weeks. This Friday, Navy will be at West Point.