Posted January 16, 2013 on
Army basketball started the week with a short trip to face Dartmouth (3-11, 0-1 Ivy League). The Black Knights were led by Ella Ellis who scored 15 points. Freshman guard Kyle Toth was second on the team with nine points but Army was unable to overcome a 44-27 rebound disadvantage.

Army 77, Lafayette 54

Ella Ellis scored 23 points as Army took command early, then held off Lafayette 77-54 Wednesday night in Patriot League action, snapping a three-game skid and a six-game losing streak in the series. Ellis, who now has 1,337 career points, is six points shy of cracking the Black Knights' all-time Top 10. Kyle Toth's 3-pointer with 14:12 left in the first half gave Army ...

New York lineman talks commit to Army

Prior to his visit to West Point this weekend, Joe Tustin from Long Island, N.Y., gave his verbal pledge to the Black Knights staff. The 6-foot-2, 295-pound offensive lineman from St. Anthony's High School in South Huntington arrived on campus last days after making his commitment to Bill Tripp, his recruiter and offensive line coach. spoke with Tustin on his decision.

Massive lineman visits Army

They say that football battles are won in the trenches. Army already has several solid commits on both the offensive and defensive lines. However, the Black Knight coaching staff is far from finished. Rich Ellerson and his team of assistants recently hosted a big-time visitor that could help the Black Knights on either side of the line. Look inside to get the details.
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