Good morning. It’s gameday, so we’re gonna keep this one really short.
Navy men’s basketball picked up a big win over Towson last night after having lost 4 of their prior 5 games. The game saw the return of Worth Smith to the lineup, who had been out since the opening game against Michigan State with a knee injury. His impact was immediate and substantial. Smith had 13 points in the first half en route to 20 for the game. He also added 9 rebounds and 2 blocks in 28 minutes of play. Brandon Venturini also had a big game with 19 points. Defensively, Navy held Towson to just 29% shooting from the field. Navy will open Patriot League play on New Year’s Eve when they host Loyola at 4pm.
The final tally: 10,800 ticket sold, including 7,000 donated. BZ, tell your squad leader.
- Over at SI.com, Nelson Rice has a great piece on Keenan Reynolds. It weaves interviews with parents and coaches through his performance at the Army-Navy game this year.
- If you need some doom and gloom to get you in the right mindset for tonight, you can go read a couple of stories about how Rocky Long has fared against Navy and Air Force.
5 thoughts on “Navy Notables – 12/23/14”
Kendall Knorr and Michael Brown are back too. Everything’s coming up Navy!
it’s the winter of the birddog
After the Michigan State game, I thought we could be competitive in the Patriot League… hoping with a healthy roster that will be the case….
let’s BEAT the AZTECS tonite!!!!
Very happy to be in attendance tonight…GO NAVY!
If you haven’t had enough doom & gloom from the Post article, just read SI’s Poinsettia Bowl preview: http://www.si.com/college-football/2014/12/19/poinsettia-bowl-preview
He’s picking SDSU by 35-24. Let’s hope that the SDSU players swallow the Kool-Ade.