Army Black Knights softball

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Army Black Knights
Army West Point logo.svg
University United States Military Academy
Head coachCheryl Milligan (3rd season)
Conference Patriot League
Location West Point, NY
Home stadium Army Softball Complex
Nickname Black Knights
ColorsBlack, gold, and gray [1]
     
NCAA Tournament appearances
2013

The Army Black Knights softball team represents the United States Military Academy in NCAA Division I college softball. The team participates in the Patriot League. The Black Knights are currently led by head coach Cheryl Milligan. The team plays its home games at Army Softball Complex located on the university's campus. [2]

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Year-by-year results

SeasonConferenceCoachOverallConferenceNotes
GamesWinLossTieGamesWinLossTie
2001 [3] Patriot League 4720270209110
2002 [4] Patriot League 5131191211560
2003 [5] Patriot League 4720270209110
2004 [6] Patriot League 4927220201550
2005 [7] Patriot League 5029210181260
2006 Patriot League 55183700000
2007 [8] Patriot League 5115360209110
2008 [9] Patriot League 5213390208120
2009 [10] Patriot League 5521340208120
2010 [11] Patriot League Michelle DePolo5333200201550
2011 [12] Patriot League Michelle DePolo5328250209110
2012 [13] Patriot League Michelle DePolo5837210201460
2013 [14] Patriot League Michelle DePolo6135260201280 NCAA Regionals

Roster

As of January 5, 2014. [15]

#StateNamePositionB/THeightClassHometownPrevious School
1 Flag of Florida.svg April Ortenzo IF R/RSenior Parkland, FL Cardinal Gibbons
2 Flag of Texas.svg Amanda Nguyen OF L/RSenior Houston, TX Dobie
4 Flag of California.svg Alex Gaff IF R/RJunior Stevenson Ranch, CA West Ranch
5 Flag of Illinois.svg Alee Rashenskas IF L/RFreshman St. Anne, IL Bishop McNamera
6 Flag of California.svg Karena Gonzalez OF R/RFreshman Temecula, CA Great Oak
7 Flag of California.svg Marah House IF/UT R/RFreshman Salinas, CA Salinas
9 Flag of Arizona.svg Paige Vallejos C/IF R/RSophomore Chandler, AZ Corona Del Sol
10 Flag of Florida.svg Savanna Aversa OF L/RSophomore Valrico, FL Bloomingdale Senior
11 Flag of Illinois.svg Ali Cleinmark OF L/RJunior Normal, IL Normal Community West
12 Flag of Pennsylvania.svg Tyler McKinney OF S/RFreshman Lake Ariel, PA Western Wayne/USMAPS
13 Flag of Washington.svg Bernadette Cardon C/OF R/RSophomore Seattle, WA Ballard (Marion Military Institute)
15 Flag of Florida.svg Rachael Dehlinger P R/RFreshman Destin, FL Fort Walton Beach
16 Flag of California.svg Caroline Smith P R/RFreshman Chino Hills, CA St. Lucy's Priory
19 Flag of Virginia.svg Kelsey Burnette-Turner UT R/RFreshman Virginia Beach, VA Tallwood/USMAPS
20 Flag of Arizona.svg Kasey McCravey IF R/RSophomore Scottsdale, AZ Desert Mountain
21 Flag of Texas.svg Kristen West P R/RFreshman Houston, TX Bellaire Senior
22 Flag of Utah.svg Alyssa Strobehn C/IF R/RSophomore West Valley, UT Murray
23 Flag of New Jersey.svg Jewels Steurer P/UT R/RJunior Morris Plains, NJ Parsippany Hills
24 Flag of Arizona.svg Braetana Roy P R/RSophomore Avondale, AZ Westview
25 Flag of New York.svg Michaela Hoover IF/UT S/RFreshman Stanley, NY Marcus Whitman

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