Navy scored nine touchdowns and three field goals, while posting a shutout to win 72-0.
Prior to the game, Navy will honor its seniors.
Navy forced four turnovers and blocked two punts, but were unable to get any offensive production.
Navy is 6-0 all-time against Post, outscoring the Eagles, 228-47.
Navy leads the all-time series with Army, 42-34-1.
Sept. 30, Navy hosted Post in sprint football
2016 All-Collegiate Sprint Football League (First Team)
2017 (Junior): Played in all eight games of the season, making starts in the first four contests … Made three receptions for 16 yards, while rushing for 31 yards with a touchdown on three carries on offense … On defense, made eight tackles (six solo, two assisted) with three interceptions … Started the season on offense … Had a season-long 36-yard carry for a touchdown against Mansfield … Had receptions against Mansfield, Franklin Pierce, and Army West Point … Switched to defense, recording tackles in the final four games of the year … Had a season-high five tackles (three solo, two assisted) against Penn with an interception … Had a pair of interceptions against Caldwell, amassing 38 interception return yards … Added tackles against Post, Cornell, and Caldwell.
2016 (Sophomore): Named First Team All-Collegiate Sprint Football League … Recorded the second-most touchdowns in the CSFL with seven, while notching the sixth-most receiving yards with 362 … Finished the year with 18 receptions … Had a season-high two touchdowns against Cornell and Post, while also scoring TDs against Franklin Pierce, Chestnut Hill, and Mansfield … Had a season-high 89 yards at Cornell, while adding 83 yards against Post … Had a season-high six receptions against archrival Army … Notched a season-high 19 yards rushing on a pair of carries against Post.
2015 (Freshman): Played in six games as a reserve wide receiver … Finished freshman campaign with four catches for 44 yards … Recorded a season-long 20-yard reception versus Longwood on Sept. 18 … Made two catches for 13 yards versus Franklin Pierce on Oct. 9 … Returned one kickoff at Post on Oct. 17 for 17 yards.
High School / Personal: Two-sport athlete, lettering in football (3) and track & field (2) at James Clemens High School … Named to the Tennessee Valley All-Area First Team as a junior and senior, as well as to a spot on the All-State 7A First Team … As a senior in 2014, served as the team captain and was named Clemens’ MVP after setting school records for receptions, receiving yards and touchdowns … Teammates at Clemens include DI players, Kentucky’s Logan Stenberg (’19) and Troy’s Deondre Douglas (’19) … Member of the Principle Advisory Committee and National Honor Society … Volunteered at Manna House, a local homeless shelter … Son of Virgil and Arica.