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Sprint Football Concludes Season Against Caldwell

Prior to the game, Navy will honor its seniors.


Strong Defensive Effort Comes Up Short as Sprint Falls to Penn

Navy forced four turnovers and blocked two punts, but were unable to get any offensive production.


Sprint Football Rolls Past Cornell, 49-14

Seven different Midshipmen scored touchdowns in the game.


Sprint Football Kicks Off Three-Game Homestand with Cornell

Navy and Cornell kickoff at 11:30 a.m. on Friday at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.


Sprint Football Shuts Out Post, 39-0

The Mids shutout the Eagles for the third consecutive game in the series.

2017 (Sophomore): Played and started all eight games on the year … Made 18 receptions on the year for 211 yards and one touchdown … Had at least one catch in seven of eight games on the year with multiple receptions in five games … Recorded a season-high six receptions for a season-best 88 yards at Post, while adding four catches for 26 yards against Penn … Had a pair of catches against Chestnut Hill (13 yards), Mansfield (30 yards), and Army West Point (25 yards) … Pulled down a 19-yard touchdown reception against Franklin Pierce … Added 23 yards rushing on seven carries with a long of 13 yards against Cornell … Notched four kickoff returns for 75 total yards with five punt returns for 43 yards … Had a season-long 23-yard kickoff return against Cornell, while notching a 19-yard punt return against Mansfield.

2016 (Freshman): Played in all seven games on the season, making six starts as a freshman … Recorded 282 yards receiving on 21 catches with three touchdowns … Posted the fifth-highest single-game total for receiving yards in the league in 2016, catching eight passes for 130 yards and two touchdowns at Penn on Oct. 7 … Also had multiple receptions against Franklin Pierce (4), Post (4), Mansfield (2), and Army (2) … Had one kickoff return for 23 yards against Post.

High School / Personal: A three-sport athlete at Phillips Exeter Academy, lettering in baseball (4), football (3), and basketball (3) … Named MVP of the football team as a senior in 2015 … Served as team captain of both football and baseball teams during senior campaigns … Helped Phillips Exeter to the NESCAC Class A Basketball Championship in 2014 … Teammates of three DI athletes at Phillips Exeter: Dartmouth basketball’s James Foye (’20), Cornell football’s William Baker (’20), and Colgate hockey’s Trevor Cosgrove (’20) … Son of John and Nancy … Both parents played collegiate sports at Boston College … Father, John, played football and mother, Nancy, played field hockey and softball.


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