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Navy Wrestlers Seek Win in Annual Star Match

Sunday’s match marks the 61st meeting between Army and Navy in a rivalry that dates back to a 17-8 win by the Mids on March 2, 1957 in Annapolis.


Mids Face George Mason in Midweek Bout

Navy owns an 8-0 series record against the Patriots.


Old Dominion Turns Aside Navy Wrestlers, 23-10

The Mids finished their home dual ledger with a 5-2 record.


Navy Plays Host to Old Dominion on Senior Night

The Mids lead the series against the Monarchs, 6-2.


Navy Plays Host to All-Academy Championship, Seeks 14th Team Title

Navy won the title in 2014, Air Force in 2015 and Army West Point in 2016


Navy-Old Dominion Wrestling 2.3.17

Navy-Old Dominion Wrestling 2.3.17


2016 Navy Classic

2016 Navy Classic


2016 Blue-Gold Duals

2016 Blue-Gold Duals


Navy Wrestling vs. Army

Navy Wrestling vs. Army


Navy Wrestling vs. Drexel

Navy Wrestling vs. Drexel

2016 NCAA Qualifier

Gil in 2016-17 (So.):  Had an outstanding season where he produced a 21-7 mark as the backup at 141 pounds ... placed in three of the fourth tournaments in which he competed ... posted a 7-2 mark at the Harold Nichols Open to finish fourth ... went 5-1 at the Navy Classic and featured a 12-5 win over Binghamton’s Dylan Caruana in the third-place match ... dropped a tough 3-1 decision to Virginia Tech’s Kevin Norstrem in the championship bout at the Franklin & Marshall Open ... won three of the four duals in wrestled, including pinning American’s James Giaccia in just under two minutes.

2015-16 (Fr.):  Navy’s starter at 141 pounds, he turned in a 25-16 record that featured a 6-3 dual meet mark ... earned his first NCAA Tournament berth after taking sixth at the EIWA Championship ... earned his first collegiate victory by way of an 8-3 win against York College’s Greg Warner in a dual to open the season ... won his first four matches at the Michigan State Open (Fr/So Div) to land in the finals where he lost to Ohio State’s Ke-Shawn Hayes by major decision ... dropped a 6-5 decision to Princeton’s Jordan Laster at the Navy Classic to place second for a second straight week ... competed at the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational and the Southern Scuffle, but did not place ... won two in a row at the All-Academy Championship before dropping a 6-5 decision to Army West Point’s Logan Everett in the championship bout ... fell to Penn’s Marc Mastropietro, 7-4, in his opening match at the EIWA Championship, but won the next three before dropping a 6-4 decision to 17th-ranked Randy Cruz ... was tripped up by Princeton’s Laster in the fifth-place bout ... lost both of his matches at the NCAA Championship, including a heart-breaking one-point decision (3-2) against 11th-seeded and eighth-ranked Tommy Thorn of Minnesota in the opener ... earned big dual victories over Princeton’s Laster (3-2), Drexel’s Kevin Devoy (5-3), American’s Tyler Scotton (3-0) and Army West Point’s Everett (8-7).

High School: A 2014 graduate of Crystal Lake South High School in Crystal Lake, Ill., Gil attended the Naval Academy Prep School during the 2014-15 academic year ... a four-year wrestling letterwinner, he served as the captain of the team his junior and senior years and was the team MVP both years.

Personal: Son of James and Sheila Gil ... majoring in Economics, he owns a 3.21 grade-point average ... named to the Commandant’s List in each of the last two semesters ... earned Superintendent’s List mention in the fall of his sophomore year ... named to the Dean’s List last spring.

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