Kristen Waagbo Named First Army Women’s Lacrosse Head Coach



WEST POINT, N.Y. – Kristen Waagbo has been named the Noto Family Head Women’s Lacrosse Coach at Army, Director of Athletics Boo Corrigan announced Friday. Waagbo will begin building her staff and recruiting cadet-athletes immediately in preparation for Army’s inaugural 2016 season. Read More…

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Army To Add Women’s Lacrosse In 2015-16



WEST POINT, N.Y. – The U.S. Military Academy at West Point announced it will add women’s lacrosse to its NCAA athletics lineup beginning with the 2015-16 season on Monday morning. Director of Athletics Boo Corrigan, along with the West Point leadership team, approved the addition to its Division I athletics program, which currently sponsors 25 intercollegiate sports. Read More…

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2014 Army Lacrosse Brine Triumph 2 Gloves

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Basically this is a super protective glove for advanced players who want maximum flexibility and performance with the protection needed to go to the cage. Read More…

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Army’s Garrett Thul Breaks All-Time Goals Record In 12-1 Win Over Michigan; More D1 Results

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MIAMI, Fla. – Senior attackman Garrett Thul led all players with seven goals en route to breaking Army’s all-time goals record in a 12-1 win over Michigan on Saturday night. Playing in the marquee game of the second Orange Bowl Lacrosse Classic at Sun Life Stadium, Thul’s effort brought his career total to 141 career goals and broke Scott Finlay’s mark, which was set from 1975-78. Read More…

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Army Tops Manhattan 14-8 For First Win



WEST POINT, N.Y. – In the first meeting between the two programs, Army’s offense clicked on all cylinders and handed visiting Manhattan a 14-8 loss in the Black Knights’ home opener Wednesday afternoon at Michie Stadium. Senior attackman Garrett Thul registered his 24th career hat trick, while sophomores Alex Newsome and John Glesener added five and four points, respectively. Read More…

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Army Brine King IV Team Gloves 2013

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These are the new team gloves for the Army Lacrosse team this season. The gloves are from the KING IV line from Brine. White colorway accompanied by Black and Gold accents. Army insignia displayed on cuff.

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CBSSN To Carry Three Regular-Season Army Games

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CENTER VALLEY, Pa. – Army lacrosse fans around the country will have the opportunity to watch the Black Knights on national television at least three times this spring. Thanks to an extensive Patriot League television package, the highly anticipated 96th meeting between Army and Navy, the Black Knights’ visit to Colgate, and Army’s regular-season home finale against perennial powerhouse Johns Hopkins in May will air live on CBS Sports Network. Read More…

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Harvard Men’s Lacrosse Wraps Up Fall Season Against Army and St. John’s

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The Harvard men’s lacrosse team will put a bow on its fall season this weekend when it faces Army and St. John’s in a pair of scrimmages at Army’s Michie Stadium. The Crimson will first take the field against the Black Knights of Army at 12:45 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 20, and will then faceoff against the Red Storm at 2:00 p.m. Read More…

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Army’s Garrett Thul Helps Team Clinch Tournament Berth

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WEST POINT, N.Y. – Junior attackman Garrett Thul exploded for a game-high five goals and Army outscored Navy 3-0 in the fourth quarter as the Black Knights clinched a Patriot League Tournament berth with a 9-6 victory over the visiting Midshipmen. The 91st meeting between the rivals was played in front of 10,192 fans at Michie Stadium and was watched by a national television audience on CBS Sports Network. Read More…

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Fort Drum Soldiers To Be Recognized At Army Lacrosse Game

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SYRACUSE, N.Y. – Soldiers from Fort Drum will be recognized at the Syracuse versus Army men’s lacrosse game on Sunday, Feb. 26 at the Carrier Dome. Syracuse Athletics has partnered with Operation Homefront (OH) Tri-State, a non-profit organization that provides emergency assistance to service members and Wounded Warriors, to distribute 600 tickets to soldiers and their families for Sunday’s game. Read More…

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