Navy Sports: Weekend Results (11/2-11/4)

Here’s a look at how the Naval Academy’s teams fared the first weekend in November. Also included are “Notable Performances” from each event.

Congratulations to all the athletes.

Raise the Sail!

Men’s Squash (Ranked 16th)

Squash racquet and ballOpened the 2018-19 season by defeating Stanford and Cal by 9-0 scores Saturday in San Francisco. The wins were the first for first-year head coach, Tyler Osborne.

Notable Performance: Senin Ubina (senior, Greenwich, CT) went 2-0 over the weekend, improving his career record to 64-26. Ubina is now tied for 16th on the list of Navy’s all-time winningest players.

Men’s Tennis

Tennis ball closeupGreg Durham (junior, Melbourne, FL) and Andrew Ton (sophomore, Milpitas, CA) won their first doubles match, 6-0, at the Dick Vitale Clay Course Classic. They fell in the quarterfinals to FSU.

Notable Performance: Andrew Ton beat FSU’s Richard Thongoana in the first round of the 32-player singles draw, 4-6, 6-2, 1-0 (10-8).

Intercollegiate Sailing

SailingJessica McJones (junior, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA) finished 10th at the ICSA Women’s Singlehanded National Championship, concluding Navy’s fall season.


Women’s Volleyball (19-8, 11-3 PL)

volleyballLost to Army on Friday night, 25-22, 25-19, 20-25, 25-19. Defeated Colgate on Saturday, 25-19, 11-25, 25-15, 17-25, 18-16, to earn the No. 2 seed in the upcoming Patriot League Tournament.

Notable Performer: Olivia Rozmus (junior, Chicago, IL) posted 13 kills and five blocks in the win against Colgate.

Offshore Sailing

SailingFinished second at the Kennedy Cup to close out their fall season.


Rifle (7-2, ranked 8th)

Air rifle targetClaimed second overall on Saturday at the President’s Trophy Match with a score of 5,829 points.

Notable Performance: Kestrel Kuhne (junior, Everett, PA) led Navy in both the air rifle and small bore events, posting an 1,176 aggregate score.

Men’s Swimming & Diving (5-1)

swimmingWon seven events Friday night against Johns Hopkins, Towson and William & Mary.

Notable Performance: Bradley Buchter (junior, Hickory, NC) won the one (404.93) and three-meter (386.93) events.

Women’s Swimming & Diving (5-1)

swimmingFinished first in 13 events Friday night against Johns Hopkins, Towson and William & Mary.

Notable Performance: Lauren Barber (senior, New Wilmington, PA) won the 100 breast (1:03.19), 200 breast (2:18.77) and the 100 IM (57.95) events.

Sprint Football (6-1, 4-0)

American footballDefeated Post, 38-7, on Saturday afternoon to finish their regular season.

Notable Performance: Caleb Champion (junior RB, Milton, FL) rushed for 105 yards and one TD against Post.

Men’s Water Polo (13-11, 5-5 MAWPC)

Water poloBeat Wagner 11-10 early on Saturday only to fall 11-8 to Fordham later in the day. Lost to Bucknell 15-7 on Sunday.

Notable Performance: Isaac Salinas (freshman, Spring City, PA) scored five goals versus Wagner, three against Fordham and one against Bucknell.


Rowing oarsThe Men’s Heavyweight, Men’s Lightweight and Women’s Rowing teams participated in the final competition of the fall season, the freshmen only 2018 Rutgers Fall Classic. The lightweights claimed first in the Freshmen Eights. The women took first in the Novice Eights.

Men’s Soccer (5-11-1, 4-5-0 PL)

Navy at LehighBeat Bucknell 4-1 for their fourth straight victory on Saturday afternoon to finish out their season.

Notable Performance: Nicko West (sophomore, Mansfield, TX) had two goals and one assist against Bucknell.

Wrestling (0-1)

WrestlingLost to 2nd ranked Ohio State, 28-9, on Saturday night to open their season.

Notable Performance: Joshua Roetman (junior, Kotzebue, Alaska) recorded his third career victory via fall against OSU’s Kevin Snyder.

Football (2-7, 1-4)

American footballLost 42-0 to Cincinnati on Saturday afternoon. {FULL RECAP}



We’ll see you next week with more Navy Sports: Weekend Results!

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Chloe Stowe

Full-time novelist and blogger, Chloe Stowe loves to spin a tale almost as much as she loves her Nats and Navy sports (on Twitter, she's the #NavyMaven and #curlyWchick). This season will be her first as the Director of Nationals Coverage for the Maryland Sports Blog.

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