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18 Navy Sprint Football Players Garner All-CSFL Honors

Six Mids selected to the All-League First Team


Navy Sprint Football Defeats Army West Point, 10-3

Mids hold Black Knights to 122 total yards in Star Game victory


Sprint Football Shuts Out Post in Home Opener

Mids outgain Eagles, 445-114 in shutout victory


Navy Welcomes Post in Sprint Football Home Opener

Mids and Eagles to play Friday night at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium


Navy Sprint Football Dominates Franklin Pierce, 54-13

Mids get three touchdowns each from Clements and Saadey


Navy Sprint Football vs. Post

Sept. 30, Navy hosted Post in sprint football


Sprint Football vs. Cornell (Oct. 23)

Navy hosted Cornell on October 23 in its final CSFL home game of the 2015 season

2015 First-Team All-CSFL
2014 Second-Team All-CSFL

• Played in all seven games with starts in six of the contests
• An All-CSFL First Team honoree with 16 tackles and a league-high six interceptions
• Returned his picks for 190 total yards, including two for touchdowns, the first going for 79 yards versus Penn on Oct. 2 and the second at Post on Oct. 17 for 39 yards
• Had two interceptions against Cornell on Oct. 23 with 67 accompanying return yards ... also had interceptions against Mansfield on Sept. 26 and at Army on Oct. 31
• Credited with three other pass break ups
• Recorded a season-high four tackles against Penn, including one for a loss
• Returned a punt 34 versus Longwood in the season opener on Sept. 18

• Named to All-CSFL Second Team
• Third in the league with eight passes defended (7 break-ups and 1 interception)
• Second on Navy with 35 tackles (22 solo, 13 assisted)
• Had five or more tackles on five occasions, highlighted by seven stops at Penn on Oct. 4) and six versus Mansfield on Sept. 27 and Army on Oct. 31
• In the Star Game against the Black Knights, had a hand in three turnovers (2 fumble recoveries and 1 interception)
• Returned two punts versus Princeton on Sept. 19 for 32 yards

• Appeared in five games as a freshman with the majority of his time spent on special teams where he made three tackles, including two against Penn on Nov. 1

• Son of Lt. Kelly (deceased) and Kelly Mackey
• Both his father, Kelly ‘90 and godfather, Earl Gay ‘80 graduated from USNA
• Father was a four-year member of the sprint football team (1986-89)
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