The Navy takes on Cornell at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium on Friday night.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. – The Navy sprint football team (3-0) welcomes Cornell (0-2) to the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium for an interdivisional game Friday night at 7:00 p.m. Stats at live will be available.
all time series
Navy has the all-time series lead against Cornell, 60-13-2 (.813). The Midshipmen are 30-4-1 all-time against the Big Red in Annapolis.
The Mids opened the series with 14 straight wins that included eight shutouts. The 14-game win streak is the longest winning streak in the series. After losing last season’s 1-0 win, Navy is currently riding a 13-game winning streak against Cornell. The Midshipmen have won 28 of the last 30 contests between the two schools.
Sprint Football earns a couple of weekly CSFL accolades (Oct 3)
The CSFL announced their weekly award winners and the Navy got a couple of accolades like alex totta (Kansas City, Kan.) was named Offensive Player of the Week and emlemdi nadir (Cincinnati, Ohio) was named Special Teams Player of the Week.
Totta had an amazing night running the ball in Marina’s 26-13 road win over Caldwell. The senior had 283 yards on 28 carries (10.1 yards per carry) with a pair of touchdowns. He finished eight yards short of the Navy school record for rushing yards in a game (291). Additionally, Totta finished the night with a 21-yard touchdown and a 74-yard drive to the end zone to help lead the Midshipmen to victory.
Emlemdi is a defensive back who was able to make a big impact on Navy special teams in the Midshipmen’s win over Caldwell. Leading 7-0, the Mids allowed a touchdown but, on the next point after the attempt, Paul Kuehler (Roanoke, Va.) blocked Caldwell’s extra point attempt and Emlemdi returned it for a two-point conversion. Additionally, Emlemdi finished the game with four tackles and an interception.
Last departure: in Caldwell (October 1, 2022):
CALDWELL, NJ – Navy earned a 26-13 victory on the road against Caldwell at Bonnel Field in Caldwell, NJ. The Midshipmen used a blocked PAT, a scoop and score, and a pair of 20+ yard touchdown runs to remain undefeated on the year.
Navy used a handful of big plays to post the victory. Offensive Team Captain alex totta (Kansas City, Kan.) scored a pair of touchdown runs of 21 and 74 yards. Paul Kuehler (Roanoke, Va.) blocked an extra point attempt by Caldwell and emlemdi nadir (Cincinnati, Ohio) returned it for a two-point conversion. Also, devyn martin (Las Vegas, Nev.) sacked the Cougars quarterback, forcing a fumble. Angelo Labbe (Los Angeles, California) picked up the fumble and returned it 63 yards for a touchdown.
Jack Costigan (Middletown, NJ) led the defense with 10 total tackles, while Major Kent (Dallas, Texas) and trent parker (Washington, DC) finished with nine and eight, respectively. Parker returned a nine-yard fumble, while Labbe’s 63-yard return was a crucial play for the Mids.
Totta had an amazing night running the ball. The senior had 283 yards on 28 carries (10.1 yards per carry) with a pair of touchdowns. The senior finished eight yards short of the Navy school record for rushing yards in a game. Additionally, he finished with a 21-yard touchdown and a 74-yard excursion to the end zone.
attacking player Brandon Atwood (Gentry, Ark.) finished the game 13-for-25 for 101 yards with an interception. He added 34 rushing yards. andrew margiotta (Vienna, Va.) led the receiving corps with a team-high four receptions for a team-high 42 yards. Totta added a pair of catches for 20 yards, while Margiotta produced 33 rushing yards on three carries.
golden michal (Jonesboro, Ark.) finished the game with six points, going 3-for-3 in point after attempts and adding a 36-yard field goal.
Sprint Football Tradition
The Navy sprint football team has 38 Collegiate Sprint Football League championships (31 outright) in the program’s 76-year history, the most among any school in league history. The team boasts an all-time winning percentage of .834 with an all-time record of 390-74-9, including a 15-1 mark (.938) in CSFL South Division play ( the divisions began in 2017).