Luke Rebertus, ranked 14th nationally, is hopeful he will receive at NCAA At-Large berth.
Aaron Kalil (133) and Oscar Huntley (174) will battle in the championship bout of their respective weights.
The Mids are looking to improve upon their sixth-place finish a year ago.
The Midshipmen own a remarkable 46-5-5 series advantage and are unbeaten in the last 16 matches.
The Midshipmen have won each of the last 11 duals against Army.
2012 Navy Wrestling - Maryland
Sackett in 2010-11 (Jr.): Posted a 9-10 record among four tournaments in which he competed, while also recording a 1-1 record in dual action ... participated, but did not place, at the Clarion Knight Point, the Navy Classic, the Nittany Lion Open and the Southern Scuffle ... narrowly dropped a 9-8 decision to 20th-ranked Frank Cagnina of Lehigh in dual competition, but followed up with a 6-3 victory over Liberty's T.J. Mitchell for his first-collegiate dual victory.
2009-10 (So.): Was sidelined the entire year after suffering a knee injury.
2008-09 (Fr.): Began his Navy wrestling career with a fourth-place finish at the Central New Jersey Open before taking the 125-pound title at the West Virginia Open ... won six of his first nine matches before struggling at the Nittany Lion Open ... suffered a season-ending knee injury against Lehigh's Matt Fisk in the annual Navy-Lehigh dual ... finished the year with a 7-6 record that featured his first collegiate win , a 10-0 major decision, over Justin Esposito from Nassau Community College.
High School: A 2008 graduate of Skutt Catholic High School, Sackett was a four-year wrestling letterwinner who was a four-time Nebraska State Individual Champion (2005-08) ... additionally, he led Skutt Catholic to four consecutive Nebraska State Team Championships (2005-08) ... served as team captain his junior and senior years.
Personal: Son of Mike and Jan Sackett ... majoring in American Politics & Law ... has appeared on the Commandant's List every semester ... well respected within Bancroft Hall, he is among the top 12 percent in his class (1,135) in military order of merit.