Track and Field Looks To Continue Win Streaks Versus Army In Annual Indoor Star Meet

ANNAPOLIS, Md. – The Navy track and field team travels to West Point, NY this Saturday for the annual Army-Navy Indoor Star Meet as part of the overall Army-Navy Star Series presented by the USAA. The competition begins at 11:00 a.m. with the men’s weight throw, while the men’s running mile kicks off the running events at 3:00 p.m

“We are excited for the opportunity to compete at West Point. It’s always a great gathering for our student-athletes to be able to attend,” said the director of athletics/cross-country Jamie Cook. “Every time you get the chance to represent the Naval Academy, it’s a meaningful experience. The team has worked hard and is looking forward to Saturday.”

streaming information

Fans with an ESPN+ subscription can watch the clash live via links on The stream starts at 2:00 p.m

live results

Live scores from Leone Timing will be available throughout the meeting.

Meet scoring

The scoring is 5-3-2-1 for individual competitions (5-3 for relays). Each team will have three athletes competing in each individual event, with two people scoring per institution. If a school “sweeps” an event (1-2-3), it wins the event 8-3. With 15 individual competitions and two relays, there is a total of 181 points up for grabs, so 91 or more points wins the meeting.

Army Navy Series

The men’s team currently leads the indoor star series against Army with a 34-27-2 record and has won nine of their last 11 matchups. The women’s team leads the all-time streak 18-17-1 and has won the last three doubles.

Since Cook’s arrival in 2017, Navy has averaged 15-3 in star meetings. The men are 4-1 in indoor star meetings while the women are 3-2.

Last indoor meeting vs. Army (February 5, 2022)
Review men: Navy 101, Army 80

The Navy men’s track and field team achieved a 101-80 win over the rival Army last season at the annual Indoor Star Meet in Annapolis. The Mids won 10 of the 17 events and had maximum points in seven events that day. Navy scored 100 points for the third straight year and made the last nine for the sixth year.

Navy won all three vaulting events plus the pole vault. Cole Bailey won the high jump with a height of 2.04 m (6-08.25), while Wanderer Rudisaile won the pole vault with a height of 5.20 m (17-00.75). Caden Dailey won the long jump with a distance of 7.14 m (23.-05.25) and Jordan Payne won the triple jump with a distance of 14.71 m (48-03.25).

Navy was victorious in six track events, highlighted by Miguel Matthiaswho set a competition record in the 3,000 m with a time of 8:04.71. Greyson Gravitt claimed the 1,000m for Navy with a time of 2:25.80 and Alex Rizzo won the one mile in 4:00.84. Jacques Guillaume took first place in the 400m with a time of 47.85 and Ashwin Briggs won the 800m with a time of 1:52.86. Brahmir Vick Navy also received five points for winning the 60-meter hurdles with a time of 7.97 seconds.

Women’s review: Navy 94, Army 87

The Navy women’s track and field team was as much as 10 points behind at the halfway point in the meeting, but outperformed rival Army 44-27 on the track and walked away with a 94-87 victory. The women won nine of the 17 events and had maximum points in five events. The win improved the women’s record at Annapolis to an all-time 10-7-1.

Kathie Halbert set a new competition and school record in the 60-meter hurdles with a time of 8.56 seconds and also broke the competition record in the long jump with a distance of 5.92 m (19-05.25). Charlene Morke achieved a new record in pole vaulting with a height of 4.00 m (13.01.50).

The Navy’s other victory in the field events came from Molly Chapmanwho won the triple jump with a distance of 11.94 m (39-02.25).

Navy placed first in four running events. Sabrina Suter won the 200 m with a time of 24.71 seconds and Molly Manganese crossed the finish line first over 400 m with a time of 56.16 seconds. Ellie Abraham won the 1,000m with a time of 2:53.61 and then helped Navy win the 4x800m relay Maddie Warrender, Anna Kovacs and Kelly Murray with a time of 9:10.98.

Weekly Rewind

Navy attended the Patriot Games hosted by George Mason last Saturday. Overall, the Mids took first place in eight events, finishing with 16 IC4A/ECAC qualifying points.

The meet was highlighted by the Navy pitchers, who took first place in three events. Joshua Boomah won the men’s shot put with an IC4A qualifying distance of 16.86 m (55′ 3.75″) and the weight throw with a qualifying distance of 19.57 m (64′ 2.5″). Collin Greene also achieved qualifying distances of 16.05 m (52′ 8″) in the shot put and (61′ 2.25″) in the weight throw in both throwing disciplines. Sam Kwatkosky and Dane Vernor also posted weight throw qualifying distances with throws of 18.99 m (62′ 3.75″) and 18.38 m (60′ 3.75″), respectively.

Autumn Nicholas led the women’s throwers with a first place in the shot put over a distance of 13.09 m (42′ 11.5″). She finished second in the weight throw with an ECAC qualification score of 17.95 m (58′ 10.75″) .

Navy also claimed first place in the men’s and women’s pole vault. Jack Haller ended with a qualifying height of 4.92 m (16′ 1.75″) for the men, while Stephanie Jacobs achieved a qualifying height of 3.82 m (12′ 6.25″) for the women.

Jayshon Dubose and Konrad Swenson twice had the lead in the men’s 60-meter hurdles at Fairfax. Swenson won the heat in 8.62 seconds while Dubose was second with a time of 8.68 seconds. Dubose cut his time in the final by 0.21 seconds to take first place in 8.47 seconds and Swenson was second with a time of 8.61 seconds.

Ben Countiss competed in his first collegiate 3,000m and finished with an IC4A qualifying time of 8:27.54. Samuel Moultrie and Joseph Reimann both set qualifying times on the men’s mile. Moultrie was second with a time of 4:13.26, while Reimann was not far behind in third with a time of 4:13.45.

The Navy’s other victory in the track events came about Caroline Harding who won the women’s 3,000m with a time of 10:14.94.


The Navy continues the indoor season with the Darius Dixon Memorial Invitational hosted by Liberty on Friday, February 10 and Saturday, February 11. The meet begins on Friday at 1:30 p.m. with the men’s 60m hurdle heats and continues on Saturday at 10:30 a.m. with the women’s high jump.

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