March 26, 2012
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ANNAPOLIS, Md. -- It all comes down to this: The championship game of Navy March Madness. It is now time for our Facebook Fans to decide what the best Navy Athletics moment over the last year was. Can Navy women's soccer and its stunning rally over Army complete its "Cinderella" run or will the Navy football team and its 10th straight win over Army, dubbed a Decade of Dominance, complete its mission as the top sporting event of the year? Either way, it has been a remarkable year for Navy Athletics!
Who will cut down the nets in the final round held this weekend on Navy's Facebook page (Navy Athletics) and be crowned NAVY MARCH MADNESS CHAMPION?
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FINALS: Navy Soccer Rally vs. Army vs. Football's Decade of Dominance
Navy Women's Soccer With a Memorable Rally to Stun Army
The Navy women's soccer overcame a 2-0 halftime deficit to Army in the annual Star Game by outscoring its archrival, 3-0, in the second half to reclaim the N-Star in front of a crowd of 1,433 fans at Glenn Warner Soccer Facility. Freshman Morgan Dankanich scored the game-winning goal in the 88th minute to cap off the improbable comeback.
A Decade of Dominance: Navy Football Beats Army For 10th Straight Season
With its 27-21 win over Army, the Navy football team won its 10th straight game against Army, a stretch unseen in the history of America's greatest rivalry. During the 10-year run, Navy has outscored the Black Knights, 349 (34.9 per game) to 112 (11.2 per game) and just one of the contests has been decided by single-digits. Ken Niumatalolo became just the second coach in school history to start his career 4-0 against Army (Paul Johnson 6-0).
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