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Navy and Holy Cross to Meet Monday in Semifinal Round Game

Alix Membreno

March 9, 2014

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Game Information
No. 5 Holy Cross (19-11 / 10-8) at No. 1 Navy (24-6 / 15-3)
Patriot League Tournament - Semifinal Round
Monday, March 10 • 7 p.m.
Alumni Hall • Annapolis, Md.

The Last Meeting
Holy Cross57
February 22, 2014
Annapolis, Md.
Navy Honors Seniors, Defeats Holy Cross, Claims Share of League Title
After being honored prior to the game, the seniors on the Navy women's basketball led the Mids to a 64-57 victory over Holy Cross Saturday at Alumni Hall in Annapolis.

Multimedia Information
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Quick Notes
• Navy is the lone Patriot League team to have won at least one tournament game in each of the last six seasons (2009-14).
• Monday's game will be the ninth in the Patriot League Tournament between the Mids and the Crusaders. Navy has played more tournament games against Holy Cross than any other league foe.
• Holy Cross holds a 6-2 lead in league tournament games played between the teams.
• Navy has posted a 12-3 record in league tournament games played in Annapolis, while Holy Cross has a 6-2 record in tournament games played on The Yard. The Mids have a 2-1 record against the Crusaders in tournament games played in Annapolis.
Kara Pollinger has broken the Navy record for the most three-point field goals made in a single season. Her 86 triples broke the mark of 83, which was set by Angela Dobbs in 1991.
Audrey Bauer and Jade Geif have tied the Navy men's & women's basketball record for the most games played by a Mid. Bauer, Geif, David Robinson and Vernon Butler all have played 127 career games.

Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for youth and $4 for groups, and are available online in advance of the game at
The Alumni Hall Ticket Office will open at 6 p.m.

USNA Vehicle Access
Vehicle access to the U.S. Naval Academy is limited to those with a Department of Defense identification card. It is suggested that everyone else park at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium ($5. per vehicle) and ride the free shuttle bus to and from the game. Shuttle bus service will begin one hour prior to the start of the game. Note that a government issued identification card must be carried and presented by visitors to the USNA prior to being allowed onto The Yard.



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