With graduation for the West Point class of 2019 just around the corner, most sports have finished up for the year with a few exceptions. Here’s a look at where Army Athletics stand before the graduating Firsties toss their covers in the air at Michie Stadium this Saturday...
The Black Knights of the mound managed the improbable this past weekend, defeating top-seeded Navy for the Patriot League crown. Army has now won back-to-back Patriot League titles. With their win, Army baseball has locked in an automatic bid for the NCAA tournament.
Heading back to the @NCAACWS— Army Baseball (@ArmyWP_Baseball) May 20, 2019
It's even sweeter when you #BeatNavy to do it!#GoArmy #Back2Back pic.twitter.com/8CSkSMWaUy
Army men’s golf wrapped up their Spring season in Austin, TX at NCAA Regionals. Rising senior Justin Williamson paced the Black Knights and ended up tied for 38th.
Track & Field
12 Cadets are heading to Florida to represent the Army men’s side at the NCAA East Regionals.
Both men’s and women’s rugby will be competing in the 7s Collegiate Championship. The men’s side for Army have drawn a pool with Navy which should make things interesting.
7s rugby season is HERE! The College Rugby Championships are less than a month away and we would love your support down in Philadelphia!— Army M. Rugby (@ArmyWP_MRugby) May 2, 2019
️ - https://t.co/xynTT8Tbp0#GoArmy pic.twitter.com/1tHdQiYlnW
While we’ll continue keeping track of Army teams that are continuing post-season play, keep checking back throughout the off-season for some nostalgic takes on Army sports as well as previews of what lies ahead for the 2019-2020 sports season.