Navy Football Team To Sign Autographs Saturday At The Army-Navy Basketball Doubleheader
Feb. 15, 2016
Thirty six members of the 2015 Navy Football team will sign autographs on the concourse at Alumni Hall between games of Saturday’s men’s and women’s basketball doubleheader between Navy and Army West Point. The Navy women will play Army West Point at 11 AM, while the men will play at 1:30 PM. Tickets are still available by calling 1-800-US4-NAVY or online at: http://www.navysports.com/tickets/11-navy-tickets-baskbl.html
Scheduled to sign autographs on Saturday are 2015 team captains Keenan Reynolds and Bernard Sarra as well as the following players listed in alphabetical order: Quincy Adams, Lorentez Barbour, Alex Barta, Kwazel Bertrand, Colin Butler, Tyler Carmona, Calvin Cass, Brandon Coleman, Blake Copeland, Daniel Gonzales, DJ Grant-Johnson, Austin Grebe, Toneo Gulley, Juan Hailey, Erik Harris, Ryan Harris, Chris High, Brandon Jones, Robert Lindsey, Justin Norton, DJ Palmore, Jordan Pittman, Ronnie Querry, Jeremiah Robbins, Blaze Ryder, DeBrandon Sanders, Chris Swain, Myles Swain, Ben Tamburello, Tony Taylor, Jamir Tillman, Adam West, Shelley White and Will Worth.
At halftime of the men’s game, the team will be honored in a special ceremony with the Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy. Head coach Ken Niumatalolo and co-captains Keenan Reynolds and Bernard Sarra will address the crowd.
Navy finished the 2015 campaign with an 11-2 record, qualified for a bowl game for the 12th time in the last 13 years, won a bowl game for 10th time in school history (beat Pittsburgh, 44-28, in the Military Bowl), won a bowl game for a third-straight year for the first time in school history, defeated Army for a series-record 14th consecutive year, won the Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy for the third time in the last four years, won the Lambert Trophy as the best team in the East for the first time since 1963, finished the year ranked 18th in the country in both polls and shared the West Division title of the American Athletic Conference with Houston in Navy’s first year of being in a conference after being an Independent for 134 years.