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ARMY-NAVY

OT GOAL STOPS ARMY
Navy take 1-0 win over rivals
CHESTER, Pa.—Joseph Greenspan’s sixth goal of the year couldn’t have come at a better time as he knocked in a pass from Dave Arnold in the 106th minute to give Navy (13-3-2, 9-0-0 in the Patriot League) a 1-0 victory over Army and the N-Star in soccer for the fourth time in the last five years (4-0-1). The game was played in front of a crowd of 7,416 at a chilly PPL Park.
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ARMY-NAVY RECENT NEWS

ARMY-NAVY RETURNING TO PPL Park
Academies, Union sign 4-year contract extension

CHESTER, Pa. -- With the 2014 collegiate soccer season under way, the final weekend of the regular season is already circled on calendars from West Point to Annapolis.

OT GOAL STOPS ARMY
Navy take 1-0 win over rivals

CHESTER, Pa.—Joseph Greenspan’s sixth goal of the year couldn’t have come at a better time as he knocked in a pass from Dave Arnold in the 106th minute to give Navy (13-3-2, 9-0-0 in the Patriot League) a 1-0 victory over Army and the N-Star in soccer for the fourth time in the last five years (4-0-1). The game was played in front of a crowd of 7,416 at a chilly PPL Park.

12 STRAIGHT
Navy extends winning streak, ready to face Army at PPL Park

ANNAPOLIS, Md. – Martin Sanchez had a goal and an assist to lead Navy to a 2-1 win over Loyola on Saturday at the Glenn Warner Soccer Facility in Annapolis.

STANDOFF
Army-Navy play to 1-1 tie at PPL

Army goalkeeper Winston Boldt had a season-high seven saves as the Black Knights tied Navy 1-1 at PPL Park. CHESTER, Pa. -- That Army and Navy ended their first ever neutral site game at PPL Park on Sunday in a tie seemed almost fitting.



POINTS COUNT
Rivalry aside, Army, Navy both need league win

Joseph Greenspan leads the Navy attack. The Army-Navy rivalry may be one of the biggest in all of sports. Certainly one that permeates many sports at the two military academy, but despite the rivalry the theme for both teams as they head into Sunday's 2 pm match at PPL Park is league points. Both schools play in the Patriot League, and both are hoping to make the league's post-season tournament.


EXPANDING A TRADITION
Philly sees extension of Army-Navy rivalry

The first time Army and Navy played each other in a football game in Philadelphia, the service academies had met only four times before. That was in 1899. While the school's soccer teams already have a much longer ongoing rivalry, those involved in bringing Sunday's game to PPL Park (2:00 pm), hope the soccer version will also be the start of a great tradition.

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