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Ask the AD

I have really enjoyed personally answering many of the emails that have been sent to me over the past several years. "Ask the AD" has turned out to be a very effective way to communicate with our fans. Even though we no longer e-mail out a mass list of questions and answers, my staff and I are still answering every question that we receive.

If for some chance we missed your inquiry, please send it back to me for an immediate response. When the Navy family has a clear understanding of what's going on, it works to all of our advantage.

Everyone is really upbeat about the prospects for another banner year.

The 2012-13 season was another successful one for Navy athletics as the Midshipmen won 65 percent of their contests, produced 10 All-Americans, six conference coaches of the year, 15 conference athletes of the year, 11 conference championships and a National Championship won by the offshore sailing team.

Navy won the N-Star series against Army (12-10-1) to extend the Midsí unbeaten streak to 17-consecutive years against the Black Knights in that all-important series.

Navy got it done in the classroom as well, ranking eighth in the country among schools with FBS football programs in graduation rates at 93 percent, while the Mids set school records for the most CoSIDA Academic All-Americans (nine) and Patriot League Scholar Athletes of the Year (nine). A record four varsity athletes, swimmer Laura Gorinski, Chris Galvin of the menís cross country and track & field team, Jasmine DePompeo of the womenís lacrosse team and Brigid Byrne of the womenís cross country and track & field teams won NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships, while Galvin was the Valedictorian for the Class of 2013.

Don't hesitate to write me for any reason. We are all better off when everyone knows "what's up" at the Academy.

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