Senior Tommy Guinan and junior Dean Rye were selected to the inaugural CSFL All-Academic Team.
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 leads the all-time series with Army, 42-34-1.
The Navy defense allowed just 82 total yards of offense and five first downs.
Sept. 30, Navy hosted Post in sprint football
2016 (Junior): Played in all seven games on the season, making four starts in the secondary … Amassed 18 tackles (nine solo, nine assisted) to go along with a pair of pass breakups and an interception … Made a season-high six tackles, including a season-best four solo stops, on the road at Penn, while also breaking up a pass and notching an interception against the Quakers … Boasted five tackles against archrival Army … Also broke up a pass against Chestnut Hill.
2015 (Sophomore): Competed in all seven games in 2015 as a reserve defensive back … Registered three tackles with single stops versus Longwood on Sept. 18, Mansfield on Sept. 26 and Penn on Oct. 2.
2014 (Freshman): Saw action in all seven games as a freshman defensive back … Had tackles in six contests, including a season-high three versus Post on Oct. 10 … Totaled nine tackles (six solo, three assisted) for the season.
High School / Personal: Multi-sport athlete, earning varsity letters in wrestling (3), football (2), and lacrosse (2) … Served as team captain for all three sports and earned All-Conference honors from football (2013) and lacrosse (2013-14) … Son of Thomas and Margaret … Brother, Pat (Class of 2020), is a member of the Navy sprint football team.