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Navy Midshipmen
Navy Midshipmen
School Name: United States Naval Academy
Location: Annapolis, Maryland
Arena: Alumni Hall
Capacity: 5,710
Conference: Patriot League
Head coach: Ed DeChellis

The Navy Midshipmen men's basketball team represents the United States Naval Academy, in Annapolis, Maryland, in NCAA Division I college basketball. The team competes in the Patriot League and plays its home games in Alumni Hall.[1]

NCAA tournamentEdit

The team has appeared in the NCAA tournament 11 times and made regional finals (the "Elite Eight") in 1954 and 1986.

  • 1985: 2nd Round, NCAA Tournament (13th seed)
  • 1986: Elite Eight, NCAA Tournament (7th seed)
  • 1987: 1st Round, NCAA Tournament (8th seed)

Conference tournament championshipsEdit

Patriot League tournamentEdit

See: Patriot League Men's Basketball Tournament history
  • 1994: tournament champion (tournament MVP: T.J. Hall)
  • 1997: tournament champion (tournament MVP: Hassan Booker)
  • 1998: tournament champion (tournament MVP: Skip Victor)

Colonial Athletic Association tournamentEdit

See: Colonial Athletic Association#History of the Tournament Final
  • 1985: tournament champion (tournament MVP: Vernon Butler)[2]
  • 1986: tournament champion (tournament MVP: David Robinson)
  • 1987: tournament champion (tournament MVP: David Robinson)

Awards and honorsEdit

Colonial Athletic Association Men's Basketball Player of the YearEdit

  • 1984–85 – David Robinson
  • 1985–86 – David Robinson
  • 1986–87 – David Robinson[3]

Patriot League Men's Basketball Player of the YearEdit

  • 2007–08 – Greg Sprink

Athletic Hall of FameEdit

For basketball players in the USNA Athletic Hall of Fame, see footnote.[4]

The Athletic Hall of Fame is housed in Lejeune Hall. Among the exhibits is the Eastman Award won by David Robinson in 1987.[5]

Notable playersEdit


File:Basketball game.jpg
Navy Midshipman George O’Garro rounds Army Cadet Steve Stoll in an attempt to score during the Army–Navy basketball game in Alumni Hall at the U.S. Naval Academy on January 31, 2004.
See "Navy Midshipmen head basketball coaches" navigation box (below)

External LinksEdit

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