June 28, 2010
• Best of Navy All-Access Homepage
ANNAPOLIS, Md. -- A dominating 202-95 victory by the Navy women's swimming and diving team over Army is the latest event to win the Best of Navy All-Access Series voting. Thanks to its victory, a video stream of Navy's 21st consecutive win over the Black Knights is now available for fans to view for free at www.NavySports.com.
The Mids were victorious in all but one of the 16 events contested during the meet. Along the way, Navy athletes set or broke six school and pool records as well as seven Army-Navy meet records.
Recent graduate Thuy-Mi Dinh won a pair of individual events and was a part of both victorious relay teams. After tying her own school and pool record and setting a new meet record in winning the 50 freestyle, Dinh set a new school, pool and meet record in winning the 100 freestyle. She also anchored Navy's winning 200 medley relay team and was the initial swimmer of the winning 400 freestyle relay foursome. Both relay squads set new Navy, Lejeune Hall and Army-Navy meet records.
Matching Dinh's victory total for the meet was Kellie Darmody, who swept the two backstroke races and was a part of the two relay event victories.
Additionally, Tara Chapmon won the 800 free, set new Navy, Lejeune Hall and Army-Navy meet records in winning the 400 free and anchored Navy's 400 free relay team, while Toni Paruso set a new school, pool and meet record in winning the 100 fly, won the 200 fly and was part of the winning 200 medley relay team.
To view a free stream of the meet, which will be available for viewing until July 6, simply click on the link below and then scroll down the page to the WATCH icon for the event:
Fans also can click on the same link between now and Thursday, July 1, to vote on this week's offerings in the series. The events fans have the opportunity to pick their favorite from for this week are:
• After spotting Louisiana Tech the opening 14 points of the game, the football team scored the last 32 points of the contest to defeat the Bulldogs;
• The women's basketball team tallying 11 three-point field goals in a 67-57 victory over Loyola;
• K.C. Gordon scoring 20 points to pace the women's basketball team to a 75-60 win over Holy Cross;
• The men's basketball team outscoring Holy Cross 10-4 over the last three minutes of the game to rally for an 83-80 win over the Crusaders;
• A defensive effort by the women's lacrosse team held Holy Cross scoreless over the last 42 minutes of the game to allow the Mids to emerge with a 10-4 victory;
• Jonathan Berkowitz singling in the bottom of the ninth to plate the winning run in a 4-3 victory by the baseball team over UMBC.
A free video stream of the event listed above that receives the most votes over the next week will be available for viewing starting July 6 and running until July 12.
The Best of Navy All-Access series will continue all summer long on www.NavySports.com. Voting each week will lead to fans being able to view a video stream of the most popular event for free.
While only one event each week will be aired for free this summer, subscribers to Navy All-Access are able to view streams of all events that are part of the Navy All-Access archived library at any time. In addition to having access to past events, subscribers also are able to receive streams of the many events that will be produced during the upcoming 2010-11 sports year. The varied offerings will include weekly post-practice and post-game press conferences with head football coach Ken Niumatalolo, live coverage of nearly every home men's and women's basketball game, audio and video coverage of additional Navy sports teams and select Patriot League Championship events.
A one-year subscription to Navy All-Access costs $79.95, while a monthly subscription runs $9.95.