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Enjoy great events this Memorial Day! Read more

Culture

The Midshipmen hang on against the Green Wave to improve to 15-2 in AAC regular season play since joining the conference. Read more

Culture

The purple and black returned to practice at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium for the first time since 2014. Former Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds returned as a Ravens wide receiver. Read more

Culture

Midshipmen extend home winning streak to 15 games. Read more

Culture

The Midshipmen have won 14 straight games at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, the longest such streak since the stadium was built. Read more

Culture

More than 120 beers from breweries, both regional and national! Read more

Music

Navy's win against the Cougars is its first against an AP Top-10 team since taking down No. 2 South Carolina at home in 1984. Read more

Culture

The all-you-can-eat buffet boasted crabs, corn on the cob, beer barbecue sandwiches, hot dogs, and more. Read more

Towne Social

Goal line stand secures 12th straight win at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. Read more

Culture

The Midshipmen begin life after Keenan Reynolds in impressive fashion. Read more

Culture

Keenan Reynolds is named Military Bowl MVP on record-setting day. Read more

Culture

On senior day, Reynolds ran for four touchdowns and tossed another. Read more

Culture

Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds now has 77 career rushing touchdowns, tied for most all-time. Read more

Culture

Keenan Reynolds' two rushing touchdowns help Navy improve to 5-1 on the season and 3-0 in conference play. Read more

Culture

Quarterback Keenan Reynolds runs for 183 yards, passes for 117 in Navy's eighth consecutive win dating back to last season. Read more

Culture

Navy has outscored its opponents 93-31 in their first two games of the season. Read more

Culture

The Mids opened up their inaugural season in the American Athletic Conference in thrilling fashion. Read more

Culture

The world’s largest crab feast and a major fundraiser to benefit local community and cultural organizations! Read more

Towne Social

The Mids lost a high-yardage affair and dropped to 2-3 on the season with a 36-27 loss to Western Kentucky. Read more

Culture

Joe Theismann, Doug Williams and Mark Rypien played flag football at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium to promote heart health awareness. Read more

Health