Navy Midshipmen


Navy Midshipmen
Navy Midshipmen
United State Naval Academy Logo-sports.png
University United States Naval Academy
Conference(s) Independent (football)
Patriot League
Collegiate Sprint Football League
Eastern Association of Rowing Colleges
Eastern Association of Women's Rowing Colleges
Eastern Intercollegiate Gymnastics League
Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association
NCAA Division I
Athletics director Chet Gladchuk
Location Annapolis, MD
Varsity teams
Football stadium Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium
Basketball arena Alumni Hall
Baseball stadium Terwilliger Brothers Field at Max Bishop Stadium[1]
Other arenas Glenn Warner Soccer Facility, McMullen Hockey Arena, Wesley Brown Field House, Halsey Field House
Mascot Bill the Goat
Nickname Midshipmen
Fight song Anchors Aweigh
Colors Navy blue and Gold

         

Homepage Navysports.com
US Naval Academy baseball player
Navy playing Bucknell in the 2006 First 4.

The United States Naval Academy sponsors 30 varsity-sports teams and 12 club-sports teams (along with 19 intramural-sports teams).[2] [3] Both men's and women's teams are called Navy Midshipmen or "Mids".[4] They participate in the NCAA's Division I-A, as a non-football member of the Patriot League, a Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) independent school, and a member of the Collegiate Sprint Football League (men), Eastern Association of Rowing Colleges (men), Eastern Association of Women's Rowing Colleges, Eastern Intercollegiate Gymnastics League (men), and Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association. Navy is also one of approximately 300 members of the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC).

The most important sporting event at the academy is the annual Army–Navy Game. The 2009 season marked Navy's eighth consecutive victory over Army. The three major service academies (Navy, Air Force, and Army) compete for the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy, which is awarded to the academy that defeats the others in football that year (or retained by the previous winner in the event of a three-way tie).

Participation in athletics is, in general, mandatory at the Naval Academy and most Midshipmen not on an intercollegiate team must participate actively in intramural or club sports. There are exceptions for non-athletic Brigade Support Activities such as YP Squadron (a professional surface warfare training activity providing midshipmen the opportunity to earn the Craftmaster Badge) or the Drum and Bugle Corps.

Varsity-letter winners wear a specially-issued blue cardigan with a large gold "N" patch affixed. If they belong to a team that beats Army in any sport designated "Star" competition, they are also awarded a gold star ("N-Star") to affix near the "N" for each such victory.[5]

Contents

Men's varsity sports

Men's baseball

Navy Midshipman George O’Garro rounds Army Cadet Steve Stoll in an attempt to score during the Army–Navy basketball game in Alumni Hall at the U.S. Naval Academy on January 31, 2004.
See footnotes.[1][6] See also: Category:Navy Midshipmen baseball coaches, NCAA Division I Baseball Championship, and United States Navy Baseball

Men's basketball

The men's basketball team has appeared in the NCAA tournament 11 times and made regional finals (the "Elite Eight") in 1954 and 1986.

  • 1986: Elite Eight, NCAA Tournament (7th seed)

The team has won its conference tournament six times: once in the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) (1985), twice in the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) (1986 and 1987), and three times in its current conference, the Patriot League (1994, 1997, and 1998).

Men's crew, heavyweight

See footnotes.[7][8][9] See also: Eastern Association of Rowing Colleges (EARC) and Intercollegiate sports team champions#Rowing

The heavyweight crew won Olympic gold medals in men's eights in 1920 and 1952,[10] and from 1907 to 1995 at Intercollegiate Rowing Association regatta the team earned 30 championships, was runner-up 29 times, and had 31 third-place finishes.[11]

Men's crew, lightweight

See footnotes.[7][8][12] See also: Eastern Association of Rowing Colleges (EARC) and Intercollegiate sports team champions#Rowing

The lightweight crew won the 2004 National Championship and has finished second three times, the most recent being 2010. The lightweights are acredited with two Jope Cup Championships as well, finishing the Eastern Sprints with the highest number of points in 2006 and 2007.

Men's cross country

See footnote.[13] See also: NCAA Men's Cross Country Championship

Men's fencing (defunct)

Note: No longer listed as a sport at USNA.[7][14]

As of 2002, the men's fencing team had won three NCAA Division I championships and was runner-up four times.[15]

NCAA Fencing Team Championship - Division I
  • 1948: National Runner-up
  • 1950: National Champion
  • 1953: National Runner-up
  • 1959: National Champion
  • 1960: National Runner-up
  • 1962: National Champion
  • 1963: National Runner-up

Men's football

Navy celebrates winning the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy after winning the 2005 Army–Navy Game on December 3, 2005.
A snap during the 2005 Navy-Maryland game.
  • 1926: National Champion

Men's golf

See footnote.[16] See also: NCAA Division I Men's Golf Championships

Men's gymnastics

See footnotes.[17][18] See also: Eastern Intercollegiate Gymnastics League (EIGL) and NCAA Men's Gymnastics championship

Men's lacrosse

NCAA Men's Lacrosse Championship
  • 1975: National Runner-up
  • 2004: National Runner-up

Men's soccer

NCAA Men's Soccer Championship - Division I
  • 1963: National Runner-up
  • 1964: National Champion[19]
Intercollegiate Soccer Football Association
  • 1932: National Champion (with University of Pennsylvania)

Men's sprint football

See footnote[20] See also: Collegiate Sprint Football League (CSFL)

Men's squash

See footnote.[21] See also: Intercollegiate sports team champions#Squash

The men's squash team was the national nine-man team champion in 1957, 1959, and 1967.[22]

Men's swimming and diving

See footnotes.[23][24] See also: List of college swimming and diving teams

2011 - Navy Men move into the top 25 in NCAA Division I polling. The 2010-11 team handed Princeton their first ever loss in Denunzio Pool at Princeton, 167-133. The team also claimed its eight straight Patriot League title and third straight ECAC title.

Men's tennis

Navy and Penn State wrestlers in 1949.
See footnotes[27][28] See also: NCAA Men's Tennis Championship

Men's track and field

See footnote.[29] See also: NCAA Men's Indoor Track and Field Championship
NCAA Men's Outdoor Track and Field Championship
  • 1945: National Champion[30]

Men's water polo

See footnote.[31] See also: NCAA Men's Water Polo Championship

Men's wrestling

See footnote.[32] See also: Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association (EIWA) and NCAA Wrestling Team Championship

Women's varsity sports

Women's Basketball

See footnote.[33] See also: NCAA Women's Division I Basketball Championship

Women's Crew

See footnotes.[8][34] See also: Eastern Association of Women's Rowing Colleges (EAWRC) and Intercollegiate sports team champions#Rowing

Women's Cross Country

See footnote.[35] See also: NCAA Women's Cross Country Championship

Women's Lacrosse

See footnote.[36] See also: College lacrosse and WDIA

The women's lacrosse team was U.S. Lacrosse WDIA national runner-up in 2001 and 2007.

US Lacrosse Women's Division Intercollegiate Associates (WDIA) Championship
  • 2001: National runner-up
  • 2007: National runner-up

Women's soccer

See footnote.[37] See also: NCAA Women's Soccer Championship

Women's swimming and diving

See footnote.[38] See also: List of college swimming and diving teams

Women's tennis

See footnotes[28][39] See also: NCAA Women's Tennis Championship

Women's track and field

See footnote[40] See also: NCAA Women's Indoor Track and Field Championship

Women's volleyball

See footnote[41] See also: NCAA Women's Volleyball Championship

Co-ed varsity sports

Rifle

See footnote[42]

In intercollegiate shooting, the Naval Academy has won nine National Rifle Association rifle team trophies, seven air pistol team championships, and five standard pistol team titles.[43]

NCAA Rifle Championship
  • 1990: National runner-up
  • 1999: National runner-up

Sailing (intercollegiate)

See footnotes.[44][45] See also: Middle Atlantic Intercollegiate Sailing Association (MAISA), Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association (ICSA), ICSA National Championships, and Intercollegiate sports team champions#Sailing

The ICSA College Sailing Hall of Fame is located in the Robert Crown Sailing Center.[45] Also on display in the Hall are the Naval Academy's sailing trophies and awards.[46]

Sailing (offshore)

See footnote[47]

Men's club sports

See footnote[3]

Men's Boxing

See footnote.[48] See also: National Collegiate Boxing Association#Midwest Collegiate Boxing Association

NCAA Boxing Championship

See footnote[49]
  • 1925National Team Champion (unofficial)[50]
  • 1926National Team Champion (unofficial)[49][51]
  • 1928National Team Champion (unofficial)[52]
  • 1931National Team Champion (unofficial)[53]

National Collegiate Boxing Association

  • 1987 – National Team Champions
  • 1996 – National Team Champions
  • 1997 – National Team Champions
  • 1998 – National Team Champions
  • 2005 – National Team Champions

Men's Hockey

See footnote.[54] See also: College ice hockey

Navy Hockey plays at the McMullen Hockey Arena and currently competes at the ACHA Division I level in the Eastern Collegiate Hockey Association. Although not currently a member of NCAA Division I ice hockey, Navy co-hosted the 2009 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Tournament with The Greater Washington Sports Alliance at the Verizon Center located in nearby Washington, D.C., USA.

Men's Rugby

See footnote.[55] See also: College rugby and Intercollegiate sports team champions#Rugby

In 2007 the men's rugby team placed in the final four for the ninth time; the men's team was the national runner-up in 1994.[56]

Men's Volleyball

See footnote.[57] See also: NCAA Men's Volleyball Championship

Women's club sports

See footnote[3]

Women's Rugby

See footnote.[58] See also: Intercollegiate sports team champions #Rugby

Women's Softball

See footnote.[59] See also: Intercollegiate sports team champions#Softball (Fastpitch), Women

Co-ed club sports

See footnote[3]

Cycling

See footnote.[60] See also: Intercollegiate sports team champions#Cycling

Karate

See footnote.[61] See also: Intercollegiate sports team champions#Karate

Marathon

See footnote[62]

Pistol

See footnote.[63] See also: Intercollegiate sports team champions#Pistol

Powerlifting

See footnote.[64] See also: Intercollegiate sports team champions#Powerlifting

Triathlon

See footnote.[65] See also: Intercollegiate sports team champions#Triathlon

Intramural sports

See footnote[3]
  • Basketball
  • Fieldball
  • Slow-pitch softball

Other

Croquet

There is an unofficial (but previous National Champion) croquet team.[66] Legend has it that in the early 1980s, a Mid and a Johnnie (slang for a student enrolled at St. John's College, Annapolis), were in a bar and the Mid challenged the Johnnie by stating that Midshipmen could beat St. John's at any sport. The St. John's student selected croquet. Since then, every April on the St. John’s lawn, thousands attend the annual croquet match between St. John's and the 28th Company[67][68] of the Brigade of Midshipmen (originally the 34th Company before the Brigade was reduced to 30 companies). As of 2008,[69] the Midshipmen had a record of 5 wins and 21 losses to the St John's team.[68]

Athletic Hall of Fame

See footnote.[70] See also: USNA #Campus, Anders Hall of Honor (soccer), and USNA sailing trophies and awards

The Athletic Hall of Fame is housed in Lejeune Hall. Among the exhibits are two Heisman Trophies — won by Joe Bellino in 1960 and Roger Staubach in 1963 — and the Eastman Award won by basketball-star David Robinson in 1987.[71]

Awards

Alumni

See: USNA alumni #Athletes, USNA alumni #Olympics competitors, and USNA alumni #Other sports figures

Facilities

See footnote[72]

See also

  • Military World Games
  • Sports in Maryland#United States Naval Academy
  • List of college athletic programs in Maryland, USA#Division I

Footnotes

  1. ^ a b c Terwilliger Brothers Field at Max Bishop Stadium was named for Navy baseball coach Max Bishop (1937-61) and the Terwilliger Family, who have been longtime supporters of USNA and the Naval Academy Athletic Association. Following renovations that began in October 2005, the stadium has a FieldTurf playing surface (the same as that at Jack Stephens Field at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium). The stadium has a chair-back seating capacity of 1,500. Facilities: Terwilliger Brothers Field at Max Bishop Stadium. Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-02-09.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g "Wesley Brown Field House" Facts sheet. USNA Public Affairs Office. Athletics Department webpage (Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website). Retrieved 2010-02-09.
  3. ^ a b c d e Club /Intramural Sports Programs. Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-02-10.
  4. ^ The term "Middie" is not appropriate. Traditions: U.S. Naval Academy Facts, Figures and History (at "Nickname"). Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-02-14.
  5. ^ Traditions: U.S. Naval Academy Facts, Figures and History (at "N-Star"). Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-02-14.
  6. ^ Baseball. Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-02-20.
  7. ^ a b c USNA Athletics official webpage (on USNA official website). Retrieved 2010-02-13.
  8. ^ a b c Men's rowing (both heavyweight and lightweight) and women's lightweight rowing are not part of the NCAA and have separate championships. The NCAA does conduct championships for women's heavyweight (or openweight) crews (Divisions I, II and III). See: NCAA Rowing Championship.
  9. ^ Heavyweight Rowing. Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-02-13.
  10. ^ "U.S. Team Boatings - Men 1900 - 1979". Friends of Rowing History. http://www.rowinghistory.net/US%20Team/Boats%20-%20Men%201900-1979.htm. 
  11. ^ "Intercollegiate Rowing Association". Friends of Rowing History. http://www.rowinghistory.net/IRA.htm. 
  12. ^ Lightweight Rowing. Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-02-13.
  13. ^ Men's Cross Country. Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-02-13.
  14. ^ NavySports.com Site Map. Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-02-20.
  15. ^ "Official 2002 NCAA Winter Championships Records Book" (PDF). http://www.ncaa.org/library/records/winter_champs_records_book/2002/discontinued2.pdf. 
  16. ^ Golf. Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-02-13.
  17. ^ Gymnastics. Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-02-13.
  18. ^ Week 2: Navy's Andrew Faulk Named Gymnast of the Week. Eastern Intercollegiate Gymnastics League webpage (Eastern College Athletic Conference official website). January 23, 2010. Retrieved 2010-02-27.
  19. ^ "Division I Men's Soccer History". NCAA.com. http://www.ncaa.com/history/default.aspx?id=88022. Retrieved 14 May 2008. [dead link]
  20. ^ Sprint Football. Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-02-13.
  21. ^ Squash. Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-02-13.
  22. ^ "CSA Men's Team Championship Historical Information". College Squash Association. http://www.squashtalk.com/collegesquash/historical/menteamchamp.htm. 
  23. ^ Men's Swimming & Diving. Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-02-13.
  24. ^ a b Men's Swimming & Diving: Past Champions. ECAC Sports.com. Retrieved 2010-03-03.
  25. ^ a b c In 2010, the swimming and diving championships included 21 men's teams and 24 women's teams. "Navy Men Claim ECAC Swim Crown; Women Finish Sixth: Men have now won back-to-back ECAC titles". NavySports.com. February 28, 2010. http://www.navysports.com/sports/m-swim/recaps/022810aac.html. Retrieved 2010-03-03. 
  26. ^ a b c "Navy and Marist take home 2010 ECAC Open Swimming and Diving Championship Titles". ECAC Sports.com. February 28, 2010. http://www.ecacsports.com/sports/winter/mswimdive/Championships/DivisionI/2009-10/2010_open_swim_and_dive. Retrieved 2010-03-03. 
  27. ^ Men's Tennis. Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-02-13.
  28. ^ a b c Dyer Tennis Clubhouse houses the tennis team and contains locker rooms, offices, a racquet stringing room, a lounge, and a viewing deck overlooking the courts. On each outdoor court is a plaque honoring a past Navy tennis player. The building was dedicated by the Naval Academy Athletic Association in November 2000 and is named for the late Vice Admiral George Dyer (Class of 1919). See Facilities: Dyer Tennis Clubhouse. Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-02-10. See also Traditions: The Blue & Gold (Naval Academy Athletic Association). Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-02-13.
  29. ^ Men's Track & Field. Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-02-10.
  30. ^ "Division I Outdoor Track and Field History". NCAA.com. http://www.ncaasports.com/track-and-field/history/outdoor/divi. 
  31. ^ Water Polo. Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-02-20.
  32. ^ Wrestling. Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-02-20.
  33. ^ Women's Basketball. Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-03-01.
  34. ^ Women's Rowing. Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-03-01.
  35. ^ Women's Cross Country. Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-03-01.
  36. ^ Women's Lacrosse. Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-03-01.
  37. ^ Women's Soccer. Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-03-01.
  38. ^ Women's Swimming & Diving. Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-03-01.
  39. ^ Women's tennis. Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-03-01.
  40. ^ Women's Track & Field. Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-03-01.
  41. ^ Volleyball. Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-03-01.
  42. ^ Rifle. Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-03-01.
  43. ^ "National Trophy Index". NRA. http://www.nrahq.org/compete/natl-trophy-index.asp. 
  44. ^ Intercollegiate Sailing. Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-03-01.
  45. ^ a b c The Robert Crown Sailing Center contains offices, team classrooms, locker rooms, and equipment repair and storage facilities. It also houses the ICSA College Sailing Hall of Fame, including trophies, plaques, half-models, and the intercollegiate-sailing All-America lists. Also on display in the Hall are the Naval Academy's sailing trophies and awards. Facilities: Robert Crown Sailing Center. Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2011-01-08.
  46. ^ Facilities: Robert Crown Sailing Center. Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2011-01-08.
  47. ^ OffshoreSailing. Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-02-10.
  48. ^ USNA Boxing Club website. Retrieved 2010-02-12.
  49. ^ a b "Navy's Greatest Sport". USNA Boxing Club. http://www.usnaboxing.com/History/NavysGreatest.htm. Retrieved 2010-11-10. 
  50. ^ "NAVY BOXERS WIN; CAPTURE 4 TITLES; Take Intercollegiate Tourney". New York Times: p. S1. March 29, 1925. http://select.nytimes.com/gst/abstract.html?res=F60812FE3F551B7A93CBAB1788D85F418285F9. Retrieved 2010-04-27. 
  51. ^ "Navy Boxers Retain Intercollegiate Title". Reading Eagle: p. 19. March 28, 1926. http://news.google.com/newspapers?id=fqMhAAAAIBAJ&sjid=bpgFAAAAIBAJ&pg=3347,6151951&dq=intercollegiate+boxing&hl=en. Retrieved 2010-04-28. 
  52. ^ "NAVY WINS CROWN IN COLLEGE BOXING; Tallies 19 Points, One More Than Penn State, to Capture Team Championship. WOLFF STOPS MAZZOTTE Defends 160-Pound Title, Scoring Knockout in Third--Grant Victor in Extra Round. Grant Wins Title. Levy Collapses at Finish.". New York Times: p. 163. March 18, 1928. http://select.nytimes.com/gst/abstract.html?res=F50816FE3E5C177A93CAA81788D85F4C8285F9. Retrieved 2010-04-28. 
  53. ^ Nichols, Joseph C. (March 22, 1931). "NAVY'S BOXING TEAM WINS COLLEGE CROWN; Crinkley's Victory in Final Bout Gives Middies Title With Twenty Points. WESTERN MARYLAND SECOND Penn State, Defending Champion, Ties for Third With Syracuse Ringmen. Heavyweight Bout Decisive. BOXING TITLE WON BY NAVAL ACADEMY Drops Rival With Right. M.I.T. Cantain Victor.". New York Times: p. S1. http://select.nytimes.com/gst/abstract.html?res=F60C17FC3C5B12718DDDAB0A94DB405B818FF1D3. Retrieved 2010-04-27. 
  54. ^ Navy Hockey website. Retrieved 2010-02-10.
  55. ^ Men's Naval Academy Rugby Team website. Retrieved 2010-02-10.
  56. ^ "National Collegiate Rugby Championships". CalBears.com. http://calbears.cstv.com/sports/m-rugby/archive/cal-m-rygby-champs.html. 
  57. ^ Navy Men's Club Volleyball team official webpage (on USNA official website). Retrieved 2010-02-12.
  58. ^ Navy Women's Rugby official webpage (on USNA official website). Retrieved 2010-02-12.
  59. ^ Navy Women's Softball official webpage (on USNA official website). Retrieved 2010-02-12.
  60. ^ Navy Cycling website. Retrieved 2010-02-13.
  61. ^ USNA Karate-do Team official webpage (on USNA official website). Retrieved 2010-02-12.
  62. ^ Navy marathon club official webpage (on USNA official website). Retrieved 2010-02-13.
  63. ^ Navy Pistol Team official webpage (on USNA official website). Retrieved 2010-02-12.
  64. ^ Navy Powerlifting official webpage (on USNA official website). Retrieved 2010-02-12.
  65. ^ U.S. Naval Academy Triathlon Team official webpage (on USNA official website). Retrieved 2010-02-12.
  66. ^ "Navy Midshipmen (history)". ncaaticketsnow.com. http://www.ncaaticketsnow.com/navy-tickets.asp. 
  67. ^ "The Capital". HometownAnnapolis.com. 19 April 2006. http://www.hometownannapolis.com/cgi-bin/read/2006/04_19-34/TOP. 
  68. ^ a b Bailey, Steve (August 22, 2008). "In Annapolis, Md., the Past Is Always at Hand". New York Times. http://travel.nytimes.com/2008/08/22/travel/escapes/22american.html?pagewanted=print. Retrieved 2010-03-18. 
  69. ^ Winters, Wendy (24 April 2006). "Johnnies Score an Easy Win Over Navy in Croquet". The Capital. http://www.mauicroquetclub.org/news/2006/JohnniesScoreAnEasyWinOverNavyInCroquet.htm. Retrieved 14 May 2008. 
  70. ^ Traditions: Hall of Fame (sorted alphabetically, chronologically, and by sport). Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-02-14.
  71. ^ Bailey, Steve (August 22, 2008). "In Annapolis, Md., the Past Is Always at Hand". New York Times. http://travel.nytimes.com/2008/08/22/travel/escapes/22american.html?pagewanted=print. Retrieved 2011-01-08. 
  72. ^ a b c d Facilities: Athletic Facility Information. Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website.
  73. ^ The Thornton D. and Elizabeth S. Hooper Brigade Sports Complex contains McMullen Hockey Arena, the Tose Family Tennis Center, a practice ice-hockey rink, rugby venues, an indoor hitting, chipping and putting facility for the golf team and club members, the pro shop for the golf course, a fitness center, athletic training rooms, locker rooms, office space, meeting rooms, and a restaurant. The tennis center — named the Tose Family Tennis Center, for Maurice (Class of 1978) and Terri Tose and their family — has six indoor and six outdoor tennis courts. The outdoor courts include the Fluegel-Moore Tennis Stadium, named for Rick (Class of 1961) and Donna Fluegel and Bill (Class of '61) and Sandra Moore. One indoor court is named for James (Class of 1958) and Rosemary Adkins. The Brigade Sports Complex is located across the Severn River and is adjacent to the Naval Academy Golf Course. The 150,000-square-foot (14,000 m2) facility opened during the fall of 2007. It was built with private funds, at a cost of $18.5 million. For description, information, and photos, see Facilities: Brigade Sports Complex. Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-02-10. For photos, floor plan, and overhead view of the Brigade Sports Complex, see McMullen Hockey Arena. Navy Hockey website. Retrieved 2010-02-10.
  74. ^ Hubbard Hall houses Navy's crew teams. It was built as "The Boathouse" in 1930, on Dorsey Creek, a few hundred yards from the Severn River. It has three stories and was most recently renovated in 1993. It includes a machine and wood shop, a 3,500-square-foot (330 m2) weight room, a 10-person rowing tank, an exercise and training room with 30 ergometers, a classroom with video equipment, a 1,600-square-foot (150 m2) lounge (the King Room), and a dining facility. Facilities: Hubbard Hall. Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-02-12. It was named for Rear Admiral John Hubbard (Class of 1870). Hubbard Hall. USNA official website. Retrieved 2010-05-28.
  75. ^ The field at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium is named "Jack Stephens Field", for Jackson T. Stephens (Class of 1947), whose gift aided (1) the renovation of the stadium, (2) the Class of 1947 Legacy project to benefit the Academy's Museum, and (3) other Academy projects. Facilities: Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-02-10.
  76. ^ Facilities: Lejeune Hall. Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-02-10.
  77. ^ Although formally called the Dr. John J. McMullen Hockey Rink, it is colloquially referred to as the McMullen Hockey Arena or McMullen Arena. The arena is part of the Brigade Sports Complex. For photos, floor plan, and overhead view of the Brigade Sports Complex, see McMullen Hockey Arena. Navy Hockey website. Retrieved 2010-02-10.
  78. ^ Adjacent to the Naval Academy Golf Club is the Brigade Sports Complex, which contains — among other things — an indoor hitting, chipping and putting facility for the golf team and club members, the pro shop for the golf course, a fitness center, athletic training rooms, locker rooms, office space, and meeting rooms. See Facilities: Brigade Sports Complex. Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-02-10.
  79. ^ Ricketts Hall contains the Jack Lengyel Sports Conditioning Facility, which has 12,000 square feet (1,100 m2) and is one of three "strength and conditioning facilities" at the academy. (The other two such facilities are at Halsey Field House and Wesley Brown Field House, with 5,500 and 6,500 square feet (600 m2), respectively. There is also a smaller, 3,500-square-foot (330 m2) weight room at Hubbard Hall.) Athletics Department: Strength & Conditioning Facilities. Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-02-14. The facility serves football, men's lacrosse, baseball and wrestling. It is located next to both natural and synthetic practice fields. Athletics Department: The Jack Lengyel Sports Conditioning Facility (Ricketts Hall). Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-02-14.
  80. ^ Turf Field was named Rip Miller Field on October 13, 1995, for Edgar Miller, who was the Navy head football coach for three seasons (1931-1933). The field is used by both lacrosse and sprint football. See Facilities: Rip Miller Field. Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-02-13.
  81. ^ The Tose Family Tennis Center is part of the Brigade Sports Complex. It is named for Maurice (Class of 1978) and Terri Tose and their family — has six indoor and six outdoor tennis courts. The outdoor courts include the Fluegel-Moore Tennis Stadium, named for Rick (Class of 1961) and Donna Fluegel and Bill (Class of '61) and Sandra Moore. One indoor court is named for James (Class of 1958) and Rosemary Adkins. The Brigade Sports Complex also includes a fitness center, athletic training rooms, locker rooms, office space, and meeting rooms. See Facilities: Brigade Sports Complex. Naval Academy Varsity Athletics official website. Retrieved 2010-02-10.

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