Navy Midshipmen Basketball Schedule
The Navy Midshipmen are ready to take down every team that stands in their
path this season as they host some of the top squads in the sport of college hoops. The Midshipmen have a roster that appears
as if it can contend with some of the top teams in the conference. Navy plays as a member of the Patriot League, which is
one of the more underrated leagues in the sport. Plenty of tough teams roam the Patriot League, making for a challenging schedule
for the Midshipmen on an annual basis. Last season Navy had a tough time on the court, but they're ready to rebound and shoot
up the standings. To do so they're going to have to rack up the victories at home, and you can help the do that by heading
out to Alumni Hall an Annapolis, MD to support the team. It should be another riveting campaign of Navy hoops, and you can
be a big part of it.
The Midshipmen are prepared to play their best brand of basketball on February 7th when the Army
Black Knights come to town. These two teams have a great rivalry that goes back many years, and this will be the next big
matchup between the Midshipmen and the Knights. You can see these two talented teams square off this season live and in person.
big matchup awaits on February 22nd when the Holy Cross Crusaders visit the Midshipmen. This is the final home game for the
Midshipmen this season, so it's sure to see a great fan turnout. That will help the Navy players give it everything they've
got on the court, so be a part of the crowd that helps bring a big win home.
Navy Midshipmen Basketball History
Navy Midshipmen basketball team has had many great seasons over the course of their long and illustrious history. The team
has had some of their most memorable campaigns when they've won the Patriot League Tournament, winning a championship that
every team in the conference covets each and every year. The Midshipmen won the Patriot League Tournament in 1994, 1997 and
1998. Before that, the Midshipmen played in the Colonial Athletic Association, and they won that conference championship three
consecutive times from 1985 to 1987.
The Navy Midshipmen basketball program has seen some great players don the Midshipmen
uniform over the years, but none greater than David Robinson. Robinson was an absolutely dominant force at the center position,
blending a combination of size, strength, athleticism and skill that is rarely seen on the basketball court or anywhere else.
Robinson led the Midshipmen to three consecutive conference titles during his tenure with the team and was named the conference
player of the year in each of those three seasons as well. Robinson went on to be the first overall pick in the NBA Draft,
selected by the San Antonio Spurs. Robinson would star on the pro level as well, brining two NBA Championships to San Antonio
in a Hall of Fame career. He is known among basketball circles as "The Admiral," and is one of the most respected players
to ever suit up.
College basketball is best seen in person, as the electric atmosphere
in the arena makes for an incredible experience that you'll never forget. College basketball is one of the most popular sports
in the nation for a reason, and fans from all over the country from all walks of life love to hit the stands to see their
favorite amateur athletes compete on the hardwood. If you've never been out to see the Navy Midshipmen play in person before,
then you'd better change that this year. This team will be hosting some of the top teams in the nation all season long, and
the chance to see these matchups in person is just too good to pass up. Be sure to check it all out on the court this season
when you head out to Alumni Hall to catch all of the action first-hand.
Navy Midshipmen Basketball Trivia
Midshipmen have played in the NIT one time. When did that occur and what was the result?
The answer is 1962, when Navy
reached the NIT and fell to Duquesne in the first round by a score of 70-58.
Navy Midshipmen Basketball Fans
it comes to Navy home games, the fans of the Midshipmen always show up in a big way. They feel a responsibility to be there
in the stands to cheer for their favorite basketball program, just as the Navy players have a responsibility on and off the
court. Each player has dedicated themselves to serve in the United States Navy, an admirable responsibility if there ever
was one. Join the most dedicated fans in the stands this season to be a part of something special.