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Monken on new assistants Matt Hachmann and Kevin Lewis

Outside linebackers coach Matt Hachmann and defensive line coach Kevin Lewis will take the field for the first time as members of Army’s staff when the Black Knights open spring practice on March 7. Coach Jeff Monken discussed the additions to his staff in an interview last week. Hachmann was recommended to Monken by John [...]

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Signing Day Update: Top Kentucky RB Anthony Adkins commits to Army

Army landed one of the top recruits in its 2019 class when LaRue County (Ky.) running back Anthony Adkins announced his commitment on the morning of Signing Day Wednesday. Adkins, an USA Today second-team all-state linebacker, was originally committed to Louisville of the Atlantic Coast Conference. He announced his decommitment from Louisville on Dec. 9 [...]

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Recruiting: Texas WR Trenton Waggoner chooses Army over Air Force

Trenton Waggoner chose to visit Army over Air Force this past weekend. Waggoner, a wide receiver from St. Pius X High School in Houston, Texas, was so impressed by his visit to West Point that he committed to the Black Knights before he left post. He tweeted offers from Army and Air Force on Jan. [...]

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Recruiting: Kaghen Roach discusses his Army commitment

Celina (Texas) defensive end Kaghen Roach had a special guest over for dinner Monday night. Army coach Jeff Monken paid Roach an in-home visit. Near the end of the night, Monken asked Roach if he knew what his college decision was going to be. Roach committed to Monken and Army in front of his family. [...]

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Coaching staff update: Army adding Matt Hachmann, Kevin Lewis

Stony Brook linebackers coach Matt Hachmann and William & Mary defensive line coach Kevin Lewis are joining Army’s staff. Hachmann, a former Towson defensive coordinator, spent the last two seasons at Stony Brook. He coached linebackers for eight seasons (2001-09) under current Army defensive coordinator John Loose at Lafayette. Hachmann’s career includes time at Oklahoma, [...]

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QB Cam Thomas leaving West Point

Cam Thomas, Army’s No. 2 quarterback during its 11-win 2018 season, is transferring from West Point. Thomas, a sophomore, confirmed his departure. He also posted an Army highlight video on Twitter titled, “until next time” Friday afternoon. Thomas’ name had been removed from Army’s roster online. The Huntsville, Ala. native rushed for 306 yards and [...]

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Recruiting: Former Navy commit Robert Jones joins 2019 class

Cedar Grove (Ga.) running back Robert Jones, a former Navy commit, committed to Army head coach Jeff Monken and offensive coordinator Brent Davis during an in-home visit Wednesday. Jones, who will play slotback for the Black Knights, decommitted to Navy last month. He announced an offer from Army on Jan. 10. He said the major [...]

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Coaching staff update: Monken on Loose DC promotion, Wilt departs to Cincinnati

John Loose earned the opportunity to be Army’s full-time defensive coordinator after calling the Black Knights’ 70-14 win over Houston in the Armed Forces Bowl last month, head coach Jeff Monken said. Loose, a 13-year Army assistant in two stints, directed the Black Knights’ defense to an academy-record 10 sacks in the bowl game.  Army [...]

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Lambert Trophy champions

Army will have to make some room in its football offices or Sports Hall of Fame for some more hardware. The Black Knights will receive the Lambert Trophy as the best Division I-A football team in the East at the Eastern College Football Awards banquet on Feb. 21 in Danbury, Conn. Army, which set an [...]

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Recruiting: Florida TE Josh Lingenfelter commits to Army on spot

Josh Lingenfelter didn’t wait long when Army linebacker Daryl Dixon called with an offer Tuesday night. Lingenfelter, a 6-foot-4, 215-pound tight end from Mosley High School in Lynn Haven, Florida, immediately committed to the Black Knights. “It’s the only school I’ve wanted to attend since I was a freshman,” Lingenfelter said. “So when he called [...]

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