West Point Team Handball

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West Point Team Handball
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Full nameWest Point Team Handball
Short nameWPTH
Founded1976
Arena Arvin Gymnasium
Head coachCPT Craig Champlin
CaptainChris Frazier and Will Considine
LeagueThe Northeast Team Handball League
Club colours   
Website
Official site

West Point Team Handball is a handball club from West Point, New York, United States. They are the handball team of the United States Military Academy. They play with four teams at various competitions. There are two teams for each gender. The West Point Black team (men and women) is the first team and the West Point Gold team (men and women) is the second team. They have won the most College National Championships in their collegiate league. [1]

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Former logo until 2015

Accomplishments

Rankings

2017–18

 Month 1Month 2Month 3Month 4Month 5Month 6
Final
BlackMen's77711107
College*1 (9)*1 (8)1 (7)1 (5)
GoldMen's20NRNRNRNR24
College*NR*NR3

Non of the women's team received votes for the women's poll.

2018–19

 Month 1Month 2Month 3Month 4Month 5Month 6Month 7
Final
BlackMen's667
College1 (7)1 (7)1 (6)
Women'sNVNRNR
GoldMen's1722 тNR
CollegeNVNVNV

* No Ranking was released.

Legend
  Improvement in ranking
 Drop in ranking
 Not ranked previous week
 No change in ranking from previous week
NRReceived votes but were not ranked in Top 25 of men's poll or Top 5 College poll
тTied with team above or below also with this symbol

Current Roster

NumberNameYearPosition
2Colin GrayJuniorCenter Back
3Luke WindishSeniorRight Back
7Jackson MorrisSeniorRight Wing
12Will ConsidineSeniorLeft Back
13Chris FrazierSeniorPivot
14Carter AycockSophomoreRight Wing
15Samuel KillebrewJuniorLeft Back
17Blake HavernSeniorLeft Wing
18Adam KramerJuniorLeft Wing
19Mark MillerSophomoreRight Back
24Spencer KnudsenJuniorGoalie
24Will LearyJuniorRight Back
27Dãn PeedeSeniorGoalie
54Zachery SchneiderJuniorPivot
55Noah SheffieldJuniorLeft Back
Will MiddlebrooksJuniorRight Back
Blake MitchellJuniorCenter Back

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References

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