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2012-12-24 16:20:32

SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 24, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- St. Anthony Foundation readies to roll out the navy blue and gold carpet for 100 players, coaches, and staff from the Navy Football Team on Christmas Day. The Navy Midshipmen, in town for the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl, will be joined by 100 community volunteers to prepare and serve 4,000 meals of honey glazed ham to San Francisco's poorest residents. Homeless and isolated veterans comprise 20% of the meals served in St. Anthony's Dining...

2009-01-07 19:57:15

First-year Navy football Coach Ken Niumatalolo, whose team had an 8-5 record this season, has been given a contract extension, the school announced. Details of the agreement were not released. Rare is the case when a major coaching transition at this level of competition results in the extraordinary success we realized this past season under Kenny's leadership, Athletic Director Chet Gladchuk said. Having been a member of the Naval Academy family for more than a decade as both an associate...

2008-12-20 13:29:53

Quarterback Riley Skinner went 11-for-11 with one touchdown pass Saturday to fuel a 29-19 Wake Forest win over Navy at the Eagle Bank Bowl in Washington. In a flawless effort following an early 10-0 deficit, Skinner threw for 166 yards. His touchdown pass was for 8 yards to tight end Ben Wooster midway through the fourth quarter. In a 24-17 loss to Navy previously this season, Skinner was intercepted four times. Saturday, he added a two-point conversion pass and easily was the game's MVP....

2008-12-03 15:39:00

PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Members of the Armed Services wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan will be attending the Army/Navy Game on December 6 at Lincoln Financial Field as part of sponsorship activities of the Philadelphia Council of the Navy League. Soldiers, sailors, Marines and their caregivers from Bethesda Naval, Walter Reed and Fort Meade military hospitals will be arriving between 10 and 10:30 a.m. on Darien Street near the East Club and Suite Entrance for a "Welcome...

2008-09-27 21:00:00

Eric Kettani ran for 175 yards and backup quarterback Jarod Bryant scored in the fourth quarter Saturday to lead Navy to a 24-17 upset of No. 15 Wake Forest. The Midshipmen (3-2) finished with 292 rushing yards and attempted only four passes, completing three of them. Navy beat a ranked team for the first time since a 17-13 triumph over Virginia in 1985. Navy starting quarterback Kaipo-Noa Kaheaku-Enhada scored two touchdowns before leaving the contest with a hamstring injury. Riley...