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U.S. Military Academy (Army)

U.S. Military Academy (Army)

About

  • Division: 1
  • Women's Team: Yes
  • Men's Team: Yes
  • School Type: Public
  • Undergraduate Enrollment: 4624
  • Full-time Enrollment: 4624
  • Address: 639 Howard Rd.
    West Point, NY, 10996
  • Website: http://www.goarmysports.com/sports/w-swim/...

Conferences

Conference Gender Season
Eastern College Athletic Conference Men 2014-2015
Eastern College Athletic Conference Women 2014-2015
Patriot League Men 2014-2015
Patriot League Women 2014-2015

Commitments

  • Meaghan McGovern 1 day, 20 hours ago Congers, NY USA
    Go Army! Beat Navy!
  • Amy Owens 2 days, 14 hours ago Mc Lean, VA USA
  • Cecelia Croman 2 days, 20 hours ago Corpus Christi, TX USA
    I chose Army because of the amazing atmosphere the coaches and team created. The team and school are filled with so many opportunities unavailable at any other school. West Point is everything I dreamed it would be and more. It is the perfect fit for me and I believe going there will make me into the greatest person I can possibly be.
  • Kate Machorek 2 days, 22 hours ago Kalaheo, HI USA
  • Bailey Smith 3 days, 1 hour ago Evergreen, CO USA
  • Neon Stern 3 months, 1 week ago Phoenix, AZ USA
    I chose to attend West Point because it has a reputation for producing the most contributing members of our society and government, and providing a world-class education like no other. The athletic facilities and coaches are outstanding, and I know I will be set up to succeed with such a supportive team that feels like a family. Go Army! Beat Navy!
  • Kyle Mcelwee 3 months, 1 week ago Abington, PA USA
  • Chloe Kargodorian 3 months, 1 week ago Northridge , CA USA
    Why did I choose to commit to West Point? The answer is simple. West Point is home of the elite. Whether it’s in the pool or inside of the classroom, the cadet that represents USMA excels at whatever it is she prides herself. The moment that Army’s Swim and Dive Team showed me kindness and laughter, I was brought to a fast-forwarded view of myself. I saw the opportunity to display the leadership qualms that swimming had taught me on a larger scale, overcoming obstacles no ordinary college athlete would ever encounter. This idea of being part of a greater whole, while simultaneously taking part in the adventure of a lifetime, seemed so magical to me. I’m convinced that within that moment, I realized that there was no other school for me. I’m so incredibly proud to be a part of a team that exemplifies the stamina, determination, and willpower needed to exemplify the qualms of both a swimmer as well as an Army Officer. GO ARMY! BEAT NAVY!