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The Rivalry
A Rivalry for the Ages. For more than a century, they've been at it. The Black Knights against the Midshipmen. Army vs. Navy - the greatest rivalry in sports.

Army-Navy Through The Years

Navy 24, Army 0

Red Emrich scored four touchdowns (Worth four points each) and kicked two field goals (Worth two points each) and Moulton Johnson accounted for the other touchdown as Navy shut out an inexperienced Army team in the first-ever meeting between the academies.

Navy   12   12     -    24
Army   0      0     -    24

Army 32, Navy 16

A more experienced Cadet squad received three rushing touchdowns from right guard Elmer Clark and Bill Smith recovered a blocked punt in the end zone for another score to head Army’s first defeat of its archrival. The win satisfied the burning desire for revenge that existed for a year at West Point.

Army   18   14   -       32
Navy   6     10   -       16

Navy 12, Army 4
 
Navy star quarterback Worth Bagley proved the difference as the Mids handed Army its only loss of the season before a crowd of 5,000 at West Point. All the scoring came in the second half with the Mids receiving touchdowns from W.B. Izard and Bagely en route to the win.
 
Navy   0          12       -           12
Army   0          4         -           4

Navy 6, Army 4
 
Henry Kimball plunged into the end zone from one yard out and converted the two-point goal, and Army failed to convert following its only score as the Mids held on for their third win over the Cadets in four games.
 
Navy   0          6          -           6
Army   0          4          -           4

Army 17, Navy 5
 
Although Navy was the prohibitive favorite in the first meeting between the service academies in six years, Army received pregame help from former coaches Harry L. Williams and Harmon Graves. The duo installed new plays, which surprised the Midshipmen as Verne Rockwell scored two touchdowns and Bob Jackson added another in the upset win. It marked the first game between the arch rivals at the legendary Franklin Field.
 
Army   5          12       -           17
Navy   0          5         -           5

Navy 11, Army 7
 
Emory Land scored on a naked reverse and Byron Long won a pulsating race for a blocked punt on the game’s final play to lead Navy to the upset. The Mids led 11-5 with 10 seconds to play when Army’s Quinn Gray blocked Charles Belknap’s punt. Gray led the pursuit of the ball and had he won the race, would’ve scored the game-winning touchdown.
 
Navy   0          11       -           11
Army   5          2         -           7

Army 11, Navy 5
 
Charles Daly nearly singled-handedly defeated Navy, accounting for all of Army’s points with a 35-yard field goal and an 85-yard kickoff return. Already renowned as one of Harvard’s great quarterbacks, Daly also saved two Mid touchdowns with crunching open-field tackles and kept Navy at bay with several booming second-half punts.
 
Army   5          6         -           11
Navy   5          0         -           5

Army 22, Navy 8
 
Charles Daly continued his personal attack on Navy, quarterbacking the Cadets to victory while scoring a touchdown and a field goal. Paul Bunker culminated a 48-yard march with a touchdown and Daly added the clincher as Army pulled away.
 
Army   10       12       -           22
Navy   8         0         -           8

Army 40, Navy 5
 
Army capped a glorious season by stretching its wining streak over Navy to three games. The Midshipmen were outplayed from start to finish and were limited to just three first downs as Army registered the largest margin of victory in the youthful series. Fred Prince’s 42-yard touchdown scamper highlighted the contest with the Cadets extending a 12-5 halftime lead by scoring 28 unanswered points in the second frame.
 
Army   12       28       -           40
Navy   5         0         -           5

Army 11, Navy 0
 
Army made it four wins in a row over Navy by shutting out the Midshipmen for the first time. Army scored on a fluke play by Art Tipton on the opening kickoff, and Navy was never able to recover. Harry Torney’s touchdown later in the half closed out the scoring.
 
Army   11       0         -           11
Navy   0         0         -           0

Army 6, Navy 6
 
The two teams played to the first tie in the series history in a game that was halted by darkness with four minutes of the 35-minute second half still to be played. The contest was played at Princeton’s Osborne’s Field (Palmer Stadium) and was delayed when a monstrous traffic jam made both teams late for the kickoff. Navy capitalized on a late Army penalty to gain possession at the Cadet’s 25-yard line near darkness, and marched in for the tying score.
 
Army   6          0         -           6
Navy   0          6         -           6

Navy 10, Army 0
 
Navy scored its first victory over Army since 1900 with 10 second-half points. The game was scoreless until Percy Northcroft kicked a 43-yard field goal in the second frame. Army fumbled a punt, giving the Mids the ball on the Cadet’s 40-yard line. Norton dropped back as if to kick another field goal, but instead passed to Jonas Ingram, who ran 20-yards for the touchdown. Off the field, “Anchors  Aweigh” was unveiled, with the song symbolizing Navy football – and the Navy itself – ever since.
 
Navy   0          10       -           10
Army   0          0         -           0

Navy 6, Army 0
 
Navy recorded its second consecutive shutout over Army, scoring all of its points in the first half. The Cadets fumbled deep in their own territory early in the contest to set up  Navy touchdown. Ed Lange ran 15 yards to the 10-yard line and Arch Douglas scored four players later. Army moved to the Navy 25-yard line in the second half, but the Mid defense held.
 
Navy   6          0         -           6
Army   0          0         -           0

Navy 10, Army 0
 
Navy scored its first victory over Army since 1900 with 10 second-half points. The game was scoreless until Percy Northcroft kicked a 43-yard field goal in the second frame. Army fumbled a punt, giving the Mids the ball on the Cadet’s 40-yard line. Norton dropped back as if to kick another field goal, but instead passed to Jonas Ingram, who ran 20-yards for the touchdown. Off the field, “Anchors  Aweigh” was unveiled, with the song symbolizing Navy football – and the Navy itself – ever since.
 
Navy   0          10       -           10
Army   0          0         -           0

Navy 3, Army 0
 
Following a one-year hiatus due to the death of Army football player Eugne a. Byrne during the 1909 season. Navy capped its first unbeaten season, holding all nine opponents scoreless. Battling a gusting wind, Jack Dalton kicked a 25-yard field goal on his seventh try of the day, for Navy’s only points.
 
Navy   0          3         -           3
Army   0          0         -           0

Navy 3, Army 0
 
Jack Dalton proved the difference in this burgeoning rivalry for the second straight year as he nailed a 23-yard field goal in the second quarter for the game’s only points. Dalton set up the winning boot with a pair of runs totaling 35 yards. Dalton also kept the Army offense at bay with a fine display of punting, including a 72-yard kick. Powerhouse Army entered the game undefeated, having given up just eight points all season.
 
Navy   0          3         0          0          -           3
Army   0          0         0          0          -           0

Navy 6, Army 0
 
After missing two earlier tries, John “Babe Brown stepped back as if to attempt a field goal with five minutes remaining and took the snap, running the ball down to the Army 5-yard line. Brown kicked a 12-yard field goal two plays later and added a 35-yard kick in the final seconds to seal the win.
 
Navy   0          0         0          6          -           6
Army   0          0         0          0          -           0

Army 22, Navy 9
 
Under the guidance of new coach, Charles Daly, Army end Navy’s series winning streak at three games.  Army took a 9-6 lead at the half on a field goal by Roscoe Woodruff and a scoring pass from Vern Prichard to Lou Merillst. John “Babe” Brown’s third field goal of the day tied up the score at 9-9. Merillat’s 60-yard run in the third quarter set up a touchdown by Johnny Jouett that put Army up for good. This was the first contest play at Polo Grounds, and featured President Woodrow Wilson and his cabinet.
 
Army   0          9         7          6          -           22
Navy   3          3         3          0          -           9

Army 20, Navy 0
 
Army capitalized on a blocked punt and two Navy fumbles en route to a shutout win. Once again, the passing combination of Vern Prichard and Lou Merillat proved key to the outcome, accounting for one score while setting up another one. The win capped Army’s first undefeated season for a squad that feature future military greats such as Omar Bradley, James Van Fleet, roscoe Woodruff and a young student assistant named Dwight D. Eisenhower.
 
Army   2          12       0          6          -           20
Navy   0          0         0          0          -           0

Army 14, Navy 0
 
Army stretched its winning streak over Navy to three games with its second consecutive blanking of the Midshipmen. Elmer Oliphant scored two touchdowns including the final score in the third quarter from 30 yards out. This marked the first year that players wore numbered jerseys for identification.
 
Army   7          0         7          0          -           14
Navy   0          0         0          0          -           0

Army 15, Navy 7
 
All-American Elmer Oliphant dominated Navy again in an eight-point win. He raced  85 yards to the Navy 5 yard line on the game’s first play, scoring three plays later. His 21-yard field goal minutes later give Army a stunning nine nothing lead with all Oliphant carrying the ball on, most of the plays, the Cadets pieced together another scoring drive capped by a pass from Charlie Gerhard to Gene Vidal. Navy scored its first touchdown against Army since 1907 in the third period on a blocked punt.  The victory climaxed the cadets second undefeated season in three years.
 
Army   9          6         0          0          -           15
Navy   0          0         0          0          -           7

Navy 6, Army 0
 
Following a two-year break due to World War I, the series resumed with Navy snapping a four-game losing streak thanks to Clyde King’s 25- and 16-yard field goals. That year, Douglas MacArthur returned to West Point as the Academy’s youngest superintendent.
 
Navy   0          3         0          3          -           6
Army   0          0         0          0          -           0

Navy 7, Army 0
 
Navy evened the series at 11-11-1 with another shutout win before a crowd of 48,000 at the Polo Grounds. The teams battled through three scoreless quarters before a short Army punt set up the lone score of the day, a 7-yard pass from Vic Noyes to Bennie Koehler. It marked Navy’s first offensive touchdown against Army in 10 games (A span of 13 years).
 
Navy   0          0         0          7          -           7
Army   0          0         0          0          -           0

Navy 7, Army 0
 
Just as it had the previous season, Navy prevailed with a 7-0 shutout win as Vince Conroy scored on a 2-yard run in the second quarter. Runs by Bennie Koehler and Steve Barchet set up the score.
 
Navy   0          7         0          0          -           7
Army   0          0         0          0          -           0

Army 17, Navy 14
 
Army outlasted Navy in front of 55,000 people as the game was welcomed back to Philadelphia’s Franklin Field. Navy led, 14-10 and appeared to be headed for a win in the fourth quarter until George Smythe tore through the Midshipmen defense and found Pat Timberlake in the back of the end zone for the game-winning score.
 
Army   0          3         7          7          -           17
Navy   0          7         0          7          -           14

Army 0, Navy 0
 
The all-time series remained tied, 12-12-1, after a defensive battle at Polo Grounds. Both teams missed field goals and Army blocked two punts in the shadow of Navy’s goal, but failed to convert either into a score. Steve Barchet intercepted an Army pass and ran 40 yards to the Cadet 26, where Bill Wood made a touchdown-saving tackle.
 
Army   0          0         0          0          -           0
Navy   0          0         0          0          -           0

Army 12, Navy 0
 
Edgar Garbisch booted four field goals over the final three quarters to give Army the victory before a crowd of 80,000 in Baltimore’s Municipal Stadium. Garbisch nailed kicks from 20, 27, 28, and 42 yards on the day.
 
Army   0          3         6          3          -           12
Navy   0          0         0          0          -           0

Army 10, Navy 3
 
Navy grabbed a 3-0 lead on a 12-yard field goal by Tom Hamilton, but it was not enough as Army answered with a touchdown pass from Chuck Harding to Harry Baxter for a 7-3 halftime lead. Red Reeder padded the Cadets’ lead with a field goal in the fourth quarter.
 
Army   0          7         0          3          -           10
Navy   0          3         0          0          -           3

Army 21, Navy 21
 
The Army-Navy game was moved out of the East for the first time as 110,000 fans crammed inside the newly dedicated Soldier Field to witness one of the truly classic editions of this storied rivalry. Navy jumped out to a 14-0 lead as Army coach Biff Jones started his second unit to “soften” the Navy team for his own first unit. The Black Knights quickly tied the score with their first teamers on the field as “Lighthorse” Harry Wilson and Skip Harold found the Navy end zone. Army took a 21-14 lead late until late in the fourth quarter, when Navy’s Tom Hamilton worked a slick reverse that sprang Alan Shapley untouched toward the Army goal. Hamilton then calmly drop-kicked the extra point.
 
Army   0          14      7          0          -           21
Navy   7          7         0          7          -           21

Army 14, Navy 9
 
The classic battle returned to New York, where held a 2-0 lead at halftime before Chris Cagle and Harry Wilson scored twice in the second half to give Army a lead it would not relinquish.         
 
Army   0          0         14       0          -           14
Navy   0          2         0         7          -           9

Army 6, Navy 0
 
The two teams did not meet from 1928-1929 due to a controversy regarding eligibility, but when the series resumes in the New York Yankee’s stadium in 1930, the Cadets ran their unbeaten streak against their rival to seven games. Ray Stecker’s 56-yard score in the fourth quarter proved to be the difference. The series would never be interrupted again.
 
Army   0          0         0          6          -           6
Navy   0          0         0          0          -           0

Army 17, Navy 7
 
Army grabbed a 10-0 halftime lead it would not relinquish in besting Navy in Yankee Stadium once again. Navy closed to a 10-7 game on a 55-yard touchdown pass from Lou Kirn to Harvey Tschirgi, but Ed Herb scored his second rushing touchdown of the day to seal the win.
 
Army   0          10      0          7          -           17
Navy   0          0         7          0          -           7

Army 20, Navy 0
 
Heavily favored Army surprised the 75,000 fans at Franklin Field by not even warming up, but it wasn’t until the second quarter that the Cadets’ expected superiority paid off. Peck Vidal scored from two yards out and Army utilized a reverse and pass from Tom Kilday to Bil Frentzer for a 43-yard score.
 
Army   0            7        0          13       -           20
Navy   0           0        0          7         -           0

Army 12, Navy 7
 
The Cadets extended their series unbeaten streak to 10, the longest for either team in the matchup to that point, thanks in part to the play of Jack Buckler. Buckler’s 25-yard touchdown run in the second quarter provided the Cadets with the winning points.
 
Army   6          6         0          0          -           12
Navy   7          0         0          0          -           7

Navy 3, Army 0
 
Slade Cutter knocked through a 12-yard field goal quarter and the Navy defense held strong the rest of the game, as Navy posted its first win over Army since 1921. The game was played in a rainstorm at Franklin Field, as the teams combined for just three first downs.
 
Navy   3          0         0          0          -           3
Army   0          0         0          0          -           0

Army 28, Navy 6
 
Headed by the precision passing of Monk Meyer, Army blitzed Navy for 28 first-half points and cruised to victory. Ed “Whitey” Grove took a reverse handoff 80 yards for a touchdown, and Army’s defense held Navy scoreless until the fourth quarter.
 
Army   21       7         0          0          -           28
Navy   0         0         0          6          -           6

Navy 7, Army 0
 
The game was played for the first time in Municipal Stadium, where a crowd of over 100,00 could marvel at the spectacle. Army dominated played but wasted several scoring chances due to fumbles inside Navy territory. Sneed Schmidt scored the only touchdown of the day for Navy in the fourth quarter and the Mids escaped with a win.
 
Navy   0          0         0          7          -           7
Army   0          0         0          0          -           0

Army 6, Navy 0

Jim Craig’s 3-yard touchdown in the first quarter proved to be the difference as the Army defense stopped Navy on 4th-and-1 on the Cadet’s 17-yard line later in the quarter, preserving the shutout.

Army   6      0     0      0      -       6

Navy   0      0     0      0      -       0

Army 14, Navy 7
 
Woody Wilson scored on a 1-yard touchdown plunge in the third quarter as the Cadets squeezed out another hard-fought verdict. The teams traded second quarter scores, but it was not until the third quarter when the Black Knights scored an offensive touchdown. Sid Martin keyed the third quarter drive with two runs totaling 45 yards.
 
Army   0          7         7          0          -           14
Navy   0          7         0          0          -           7

Navy 10, Army 0
 
With Emory “Swede” Larson at the helm, Navy recorded a rain-splashed win that was forged on Bob Leonard’s 27-yard field goal early in the first quarter and the sudden emergence from the injury list of halfback Dick Shafer in the second half. Shafer returned a punt 10 yards, passed 18 yards to Dick Foster, and then on a spinner play, covered 27-yards for a Navy touchdown.
 
Navy   3          0         0          7          -           10
Army   0          0         0          0          -           0

Navy 14, Army 0
 
The Army-Navy game celebrated its Golden Anniversary before 103,000 at Municipal Stadium on a cold, windy day. Bill Busik put Navy ahead, 7-0 on a first quarter scoring plunge. Howard Clark connected on a 9-yard score with Everett Malcolm in the third quarter to double Navy’s lead.
 
Navy   7          0         7          0          -           14
Army   0          0         0          0          -           0

Navy 14, Army 6
 
Army jumped out to a 6-0 lead at halftime, but Phil Hurt and Howie Clark each found the end zone in the third quarter to give Navy its third consecutive win.
 
Navy   0          0         14       0          -           14
Army   0          6         0         0          -           0

Navy 14, Army 0
 
Wartime conditions forced the Army-Navy game back on the grounds of the Naval academy for the first time since 1893. Navy rolled to a 14-0 win in front of a crowd of about 12,000 fans at Thompson Stadium, all of who came from within a 12-mile radius. Army held the ball inside the Navy 10-yard line twice, but was unable to score each time, while Joe Sullivan and Ben Martin crossed the Army end zone for the Mids.
 
Navy   0          7         7          0          -           14
Army   0          0         0          0          -           0

Navy 13, Army 0
 
The same travel restrictions applied to 1943’s game and for the first time in 52 years, West Point hosted the Army-Navy game. Navy pounded out a win in front of 15,000 fans who lived just minutes from the Military Academy. A 1-yard score by Jim Petit in the fourth quarter sealed the win for Navy, as the Mids claimed their first Lambert Trophy, emblematic of Eastern college football supremacy.
 
Navy   0          0         7          6          -           13
Army   0          0         0          0          -           0

Army 23, Navy 7
 
More than 70,000 fans filed into Memorial Stadium as part of a War Bond drive that raised some $58.6 million from the game alone. Ironically, the Cadets came from New York via steamers, under the protection of Navy warships against any submarine attacks. Army led, 7-0 at halftime, and outscored the Mids, 16-7 in the final two quarters to snap a five-game losing streak against Navy.
 
Army   0          7         2          14       -           14
Navy   0          0         7          0         -           0

Army 32, Navy 13
 
World War II had ended only a few weeks before the start of the college football season, but that hardly affected Army or Navy, with each rolling to superb seasons. The two teams entered the matchup without a loss between them. Army raced out to a 20-0 lead after one quarter, and never looked back, holding on for a 32-13 win.
 
Army   20       0         6          6         -           32
Navy   0          7         0          6         -           13

Army 21, Navy 18

Army entered the contest unbeaten, having only a tie to Notre Dame as a blemish on its record, while Navy won its opening game, and lost the rest. Army held a 21-6 advantage at the half, and appeared on its way to an easy win. But Navy battled back over the final two quarter, scoring a touchdown in each, and holding the Cadets in check.  Navy’s comeback bid fell just short as they were stopped several times inside the Army red zone in the final seconds.

Army   7      14  0      0     -       21

Navy   0      6    6      6     -       18

Army 21, Navy 0
 
“Rip” Bowan scored on a record-setting 92-yard touchdown run and Army scored a touchdown in each of the first three quarters to shut out Navy, 21-0.
 
Army   7          7         7          0         -           21
Navy   0          0         0          0         -           0

Army 21, Navy 21
 
In one of the most exciting games in Army-Navy history, the teams battled to a tie, with memories of the classic 1946 tilt still fresh in everyone’s minds. Army entered the game without a loss, and Navy without a win, but a massive dose of food poisoning ripped through the Cadets less than 48 hours to kickoff, and may have affected the play of Army. Still, Army held a 14-7 lead at halftime, and a 21-14 advantage early in the fourth quarter, only to see Navy tie it up each time.
 
Army   0          14       0          7         -           21
Navy   7          0         7          7         -           21

Army 38, Navy 0
 
The day belonged to Gil Stephenson, who scored three touchdowns, and Bobby Vinson, who took the second-half kickoff 92 yards for a score. Army dominated from start to finish and claimed a 27-19-4 through 50 games in the all-time series.
 
Army   7          6         12       13      -           38
Navy   0          0         0          0        -           0

Navy 14, Army 2
 
The Erdelatz era began with a bang at Annapolis, as the Mids stunned Army, 14-2, earning their first win in in seven matchups. Army entered the game as 21-point favorites, but could not muster any offense, scoring only on a safety. The Cadets managed just three rushing yards in the first half and failed to score inside the Navy 20-yard line seven different times in the second quarters.
 
Navy   0          14       0          0        -           14
Army   0          0         2           0        -           2

Navy 42, Army 7
 
Thirty-seven players were dismissed from the Army football team due to a “cribbing” scandal shortly before the season, leaving the Cadets short-handed all year. Navy took a 21-0 lead after the first quarter and never looked back, winning, 42-7 for its second consecutive win.
 
Navy   21       7          0         14      -           42
Army   0         0         7           0        -           7

Navy 7, Army 0
 
A first-quarter Navy touchdown would prove to be the difference as the Mids won their third straight over the Black Knights. Phil Monahan scored from two yards out and the two teams combined for 13 turnovers, including six times during a five-minute stretch.
 
Navy   7          0         0           0        -           7
Army   0          0         0           0        -           0

Army 20, Navy 7
 
Pat Uebel scored all three touchdowns for Army as the Cadets snapped a three-game losing streak to Navy and finished 8-1-1 on the season. Army out-hustled Navy from the start, recovering an onside kick to open the game. The Cadets held a 13-0 lead at halftime and pushed it to 20-0 by the end of the third quarter.
 
Army   7          6         7           0        -           20
Navy   0          0         0           7        -           7

Navy 27, Army 20
 
In a battle that generated more interest than any Army-Navy game since the national championship showdowns of the 1940’s, Navy edged out Army in one of the series greatest matchups. The Mids held a slight 21-20 lead at the break, but held Army scoreless over the final two quarters, while getting an insurance score in the third frame. The win sent Navy to the Sugar Bowl and clinched another Lambert Trophy.
 
Navy   7          14       6           0        -           27
Army   6          14       0           0        -           20

Army 14, Navy 6
 
Army saved its best for last, as the Cadets scored 14 points in the final two quarters for a 14-6 comeback win over Navy. The Army defense forced four fumbles and held Navy scoreless three times in their red zone over the final three quarters.
 
Army   0          0         7         7         -           14
Navy   6          0         0           0        -           6

Army 7, Navy 7
 
Army took a 7-0 lead into the fourth quarter after a scoreless first half, but Navy responded with a 1-yard run by Dick Dagampat to help end the contest in a draw.
 
Army   0          0         7           0        -           7
Navy   0          0         0           7        -           7

Navy 14, Army 0
 
Navy’s famous “jitterbug defense”, which featured many stunts and blitzes, stifled an Army offense that had been averaging over 400 yards per game that season. Ned Oldham scored both touchdowns for Navy as the Mids scored their first win in the rivalry in three years.
 
Navy   7          0          0           7        -           14
Army   0          0          0           0        -           0

Army 22, Navy 6
 
Army took a 7-6 lead into halftime and used a 15-point fourth quarter to seal the win over Navy. The Cadets offense featured running back, Pete Dawkins, who made the All-America team and went on to win the Heisman Trophy. The Black Knights finished 8-0-1, and won the Lambert Trophy, and are Army’s last unbeaten team.
 
Army   0          7         0           15     -           22
Navy   6          0         0            0       -           6

Navy 43, Army 12
 
Joe Bellino became the first Navy player to score three touchdowns in an Army-Navy game, leading the Mids to a surprising rout of Army. Navy held a modest 21-12 lead at the half, but poured in 22 unanswered points in the second half to clinch the win.
 
Navy   13       8         8           14     -           43
Army   0         12       0            0       -           12

Navy 13, Army 12
 
Joe Bellino was once again a big factor in Navy’s win, as he scored one touchdown and later set up a field goal with a series of runs for the Mids. Army trailed, 17-0, at halftime, but put up two scores over the final two quarters to come within five points of tying the game. Bellino also played a role on defense, intercepting an Army pitch to seal the win for Navy in the fourth quarter.
 
Navy   6          11       0           0        -           17
Army   0          0         6           6        -           12

Navy 13, Army 7
 
Substitute quarterback Bob Hecht led Navy on a game-winning 2-play, 51-yard drive scoring drive in the fourth quarter to seal Navy’s third straight win over Army.
 
Navy   0          3          7           3        -           13
Army   0          7          0           0        -           7

Navy 34, Army 14
 
Roger Staubach set an Army-Navy record by completing 11 of 13 pass attempts as Navy spoiled the series debut of Paul Dietzel, the first non-West Point graduate to coach the team. Navy jumped out to a 15-0 lead and never looked back, winning its fourth straight game over Army.
 
Navy   8          7          7           12     -           34
Army   0          6          0            8       -           14

Navy 21, Army 15
 
The game was postponed for a week as the nation mourned the assassination of President John. F. Kennedy, killed eight days to the minute before the scheduled kickoff. Army raced out to a 7-0 lead after one quarter, but Navy steadily paced itself and scored a touchdown in each of the remaining quarters to nab a 21-15 win.
 
Navy   0          7         7           7        -           21
Army   7          0         0           8        -           15

Army 11, Navy 8
 
Army claimed a win for the first time in six years with a 20-yard field goal by Barry Nickerson early in the fourth quarter. Army gave away an 8-0 lead in the second quarter, but was able to stifle Roger Staubach and the Navy offense in the final two quarters to hold on for the win.
 
Army   2          6         0            3       -           11
Navy   0          8         0            0       -           8

Army 7, Navy 7
 
Army scored five minutes in the game and never found the end zone again in this classic defensive struggle. Navy tied the game in the second quarter off of a score by Terry Murray, and neither time would seize the win for the remainder of the game.
 
Army   7          0         0            0       -           7
Navy   0          7         0            0       -           7

Army 20, Navy 7
 
Army quarterback Steve Lindell tossed two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to give the Cadets the win over Navy. The victory capped an 8-2 season for rookie head coach Tom Cahill.
 
Army   7          0         0           13     -           20
Navy   0          7         0            0       -           7

Navy 19, Army 14

Navy quarterback John Cartwright accounted for a record 252 yards of offense and the Mids jumped out to a 19-0 lead en route to their first win over Army since 1963. Army bolted back into the game with 14 points in the fourth quarter but was unable to complete the comeback.

Navy   10   7     0       2   -       19

Army   0     0     0       14 -       14

Army 21, Navy 14
 
Army’s Charlie Jarvis atoned for all three Cadet touchdowns in the 21-14 win for the Black Knights. Tom LaFoarce of Navy knotted the game at 14 after his 36-yard interception return for a touchdown, but Army was able to prevail with the win.
 
Army   7          7         7            0       -           21
Navy   0          7         7            0       -           14

Army 27, Navy 0
 
Army running back Lynn Moore established an Army-Navy game record with 40 carries for 206 yards, leading the Cadets to an easy win. Army, sporting a new Power-I formation under Tom Cahill, rolled up 438 yards rushing, another series record, and 506 total yards of offense.
 
Army   0          6         14         7        -           27
Navy   0          0         0           0        -           0

Navy 11, Army 7
 
Mark Schickner intercepted a record-setting four passes, the last a game-saver in the final minute to seal a Navy win.
 
Navy   0          0         8            3       -           11
Army   0          0         7           0        -           7

Army 24, Navy 23
 
In one of the most exciting Army-Navy games ever, the Cadets escaped with a 24-23 win, thanks to a crucial stop on fourth-down in the final minute. Navy’s Fred Stuvek saw his pass graze the fingertips of Andy Pease and onto the ground, ending the Mids chances of a victory. Army raced out to a 16-0 lead after the first quarter, only to see Navy storm back with 21 unanswered points. The Cadets scored to take the lead in the fourth quarter and held on for one of the best wins in the series.
 
Army   16       0         0           8        -           24
Navy   0         14       7           2        -           23

Army 23, Navy 15
 
This time it was Navy who jumped out to a 12-0 lead after one quarter of play, but Army held strong and outscored the Mids, 23-3, over the final three frames thanks to a blocked field goal returned for an 84-yard touchdown, as well as a 43-yard score.
 
Army   0         0         10       13      -           23
Navy   12       0         0           3        -           15

Navy 51, Army 0
 
Navy dominated Army in the most lopsided win in series history. After a quiet first quarter in which the Mids only had a 6-0 lead, Navy exploded for 45 points between the second and third quarters combined to put the game out of reach. Cleveland Cooper rushed for 102 yards and a record-tying three touchdowns in the win.
 
Navy   6          31      14         0       -           51
Army   0          0          0           0       -           0

Navy 19, Army 0
 
Navy shut out Army for the second straight year, this time in front of President Gerald Ford. Cleveland Cooper had another strong Army-Navy game, rushing for 105 yards.
 
Navy   10       7         2           0        -           19
Army   0         0         0           0        -           0

Navy 30, Army 6
 
Navy turned two botched kicks into second-quarter touchdowns as the Mids registered their third straight win over the Cadets.
 
Navy   3         17       3            7       -           30
Army   0         0         0            6       -           6

Navy 38, Army 10
 
Navy continued its string of dominance over Army with a 38-10 win in Philadelphia. Joe Gattuso Jr. rushed for 129 yards and three touchdowns as Navy scored in every quarter and held Army scoreless in the second half.
 
Navy   7          7        17         7        -           38
Army   0         10       0           0        -           10

Army 17, Navy 14
 
Army escaped with a bitterly fought upset after Navy disdained a potential game-winning field goal attempt with 1:07 to play, instead of trying for the win. Army was unable to score in the second half, but held on for the win after a failed fourth down pass from Navy’s Phil McConkey.
 
Army   7         10       0          0        -           17
Navy   0         7         7           0        -           14

Navy 28, Army 0
 
Aided by a brisk wind, Navy scored two first-quarter touchdowns, and Army was never able to recover. Mids quarterback Bob Leszcynski ran for two touchdowns and threw for another in the easy win.
 
Navy   14       7         7            0       -           28
Army   0         0         0            0       -           0

Navy 31, Army 7
 
Eddie Myers set a Naval Academy record with 279 rushing yards and three touchdowns, leading the Mids to yet another win.
 
Navy   10       7          7            7       -           31
Army   0         7          0            0       -           7

Navy 33, Army 6
 
Led by running back Eddie Myers once again, Navy scored a win and its first lead in the series since 1921, routing the Cadets for the third straight year. It also marked the first time in 35 years that a stadium other than JFK hosted the event, as Veterans Stadium got the nod. Myers rushed for 144 yards while Navy quarterback Fred Reitzel and kick Steve Fehr did all of the scoring.
 
Navy   10       10       10         3       -           33
Army   0         7          6           0       -           6

Army 3, Navy 3
 
It was a day for the kickers as neither team was able to score a touchdown in the game for the first time since 1934. Navy’s Steve Fehr nailed a 35-yard field goal in the final moments of the first half, and Army’s Dave Aucoin tied the score with 4:37 remaining in the third quarter.
 
Army   0         0         3           0        -           3
Navy   0         3         0           0        -           3

Navy 24, Army 7
 
Navy ran Army’s series winless streak to five games with a convincing win on a balmy 68-degree day at veterans Stadium. Navy used 14 second half points to seal the victory.
 
Navy   10       0          7           7       -           24
Army   7         0           0           0       -           7

Navy 42, Army 13
 
Navy scored three touchdowns in the opening four minutes, effectively putting the game out of reach for Army. Navy cruised to a 21-6 halftime lead and then tallied 21 second half insurance points to lock down the victory.
 
Navy   21       0           7          14     -           42
Army   0         6           7           0       -         13

Army 28, Navy 11
 
Doug Black rushed for 155 yards and Nate Sassaman added 154 as Army rolled up 432 ground yards out of its new wishbone attack. The Cadets stay consistent, scoring a touchdown in every quarter and allowing just three points through three frames of action against Navy.
 
Army   7         7         7          7        -           28
Navy   0         3         0           8        -           11

Navy 17, Army 7
 
Navy Napolean McCallum rushed for 217 yards ad the Mids limited Army’s vaunted ground attack to just 192 yards en route to the surprising win. Both teams found the end zone in the first quarter but were unable to do so for the next two. The Mids used a Chuck Smith 5-yard run with a little over eight minutes left to seal the win in the fourth quarter.
 
Navy   7         0           0          10     -           17
Army   7         0           0           0       -           7

Army 27, Navy 7
 
Tory Crawfrod rushed for 94 yards and the Cadets scored on their first five possessions to help foil Navy. Army took a 6-0 lead into the break thanks to two field goals from Keith Walker, and then outscored Navy, 21-7, in the remaining two quarters. Neither team committed a penalty, tying an NCAA record
 
Army   3         3         7         14      -           27
Navy   0         0         7           0        -           7

Army 17, Navy 3
 
Mike Mayweather accumulated 119 rushing yards as Army registered its first back-to-back wins over Navy since the 1971-72 campaign. The Cadets opened the scoring in the first quarter with a 40-yard field goal from “Bit” Rambusch, but that would be the only scoring until the fourth quarter. Andy Peterson found the end zone for Army in the fourth quarter, capping a 13-play, 64-yard scoring drive to give Army the win.
 
Army   3         0         0         14      -           17
Navy   0         0         0           3        -           3

Army 20, Navy 15
 
Army tied a school record with its ninth win of the season, and leveled the all-time series with Navy, 41-41-7 with a hard-fought victory at Veteran Stadium. Army held a 13-9 lead entering the fourth quarter and sealed the victory with an 8-yard touchdown run by Bryan McWilliams. The Cadets would go on to lost a tight one to Alabama in the John Hancock Sun Bowl, 29-28.
 
Army   0         10       3           7        -           20
Navy   3         3         3           6        -           15

Navy 19, Army 17
 
Navy’s Frank Schenk drilled a 32-yard field goal with 11 seconds left to cap-off a dramatic upset victory before a capacity crowd of over 75,000 at Giants Stadium. Navy jumped out to a 9-0 lead after the first frame, only to see Army score 14 unanswered points to take a 14-9 halftime lead. The Mids would battle back in the third quarter with a touchdown, but still trailed, 17-16, heading into the final 15 minutes. Navy methodically marched down field and set up Schenk’s field goal, snapping a three-game losing skid against the Black Knights.
 
Navy   9         0           7           3       -           19
Army   0         14         3           0       -           17

Army 30, Navy 20
 
Army quarterback Willie McMillian rushed for 195 yards and Patmon Malcolm booted three field goals to help defeat Navy and tie the all-time series, 42-42-7. Army took a 17-7 into halftime and piled on 13 points in the final frame to seal the win.
 
Army   3         14       0         13      -           30
Navy   0         7         7           6        -           20

Navy 24, Army 3
 
Underdog Navy avoided its first winless season as it shocked Army in the 50th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Army took a 3-0 lead in the first quarter but would not score again, as Navy quarterback Jim Kubiak stole the show by completing 13-of-16 pass attempts for 157 yards.
 
Navy   0         14         0          10     -           24
Army   3         0           0           0       -           3

Army 25, Navy 24
 
Army’s Patmon Malcom would nail a career-best 49-yard field goal with 12 seconds left to complete a 17-point comeback by the Cadets. Navy raced out to a 24-7 lead in the third quarter, but would fail to score again, and Army quarterback Rick Roper would hit Gaylord Greene with a 68-yard touchdown pass, the longest pass play in Army-Navy history. Malcom originally drilled a 44-yard kick, but a delay of game penalty pushed it back five yards. The second kick remained perfect and capped off the biggest comeback in Army-Navy history.
 
Army    0        7          7         11      -           25
Navy   10      7          7           0        -           24

Army 16, Navy 14
 
Army held a 16-0 lead heading into the fourth quarter, only to see it shrink to 16-14 after two Navy scores. The Mids would march down the field and into field goal range with 21 and 22 yard runs from Billy James. It appeared Navy would find the end zone, but a last-second tackle by Pat Work stopped Brad Stramanak just short of the goal line. It still seemed as if the Mids would prevail, but Ryan Bucchianeri’s 18-yard kick sailed wide right and Army won for the second year in a row.
 
Army   0         9          7         0         -           16
Navy   0         0          0         14       -           14

Army 22, Navy 20
 
For the third straight year, the outcome of the Army-Navy game hinged on the swing of a leg, and this time, Army prevailed thanks to senior Kurt Heiss’ game-winning 52-yard field goal with 7:52 to play. Army used 12 points in the second half to win a dramatic game for the third year in a row. It was a battle of two different offenses, as the Cadets gained 373 yards on the ground and Navy amassed 363 yards in the air., including all three of the Mids scores coming on plays of 27 yards or more.
 
Army   10       0          9           3        -           22
Navy   14       0          6           0        -           20

Army 14, Navy 13
 
Another year, another dramatic Army-Navy game, as the Black Knights prevailed once again, 14-13. This time, it was the Cadets who marched down the field late in the game, thanks to a huge 28-yard completion from Ronnie McAda to John Graves on a seemingly improbable 4th-and-24. A few plays later, John Conroy scored to give Army the win and cap an insane 19-play, 99-yard drive. The Black Knights took a 46-43-7 lead in the all-time series.
 
Army   7          0          0           7        -           14
Navy   7          0          3           3        -           13

Army 28, Navy 24
 
Defensive back Garland Gay’s interception at the goal line with 10 seconds remaining sealed Army’s fifth straight win over their archrival. The interception also capped off an 18-point comeback by the Black Knights. Navy jumped out to a 21-3 lead midway through the second quarter, but would only score three points the rest of the game. Bobby Williams exploded for an 81-yard touchdown run for Army in the third quarter, the second-longest run in Army-Navy history.
 
Army   3          10       12        3        -           28
Navy   0          21       3           0        -           24

Navy 39, Army 7
 
Navy quarterback Chris McCoy rushed for 205 yards as the Mids snapped a five-game losing streak to Army. Navy used a 23-point second quarter to jump ahead and never looked back.
 
Navy   3         23         6           7       -           39
Army   7         0           0           0       -           7

Army 34, Navy 30
 
Trailing 30-19 entering the fourth quarter Army used a 15 point final frame to win its sixth game in seventh tries against Navy.
 
Army   3          10       12        3        -           28
Navy   0          21       3           0        -           24

Navy 19, Army 9
 
Navy’s Brian Madden ran for 177 yards and a touchdown as the Mids won the 100th meeting between the nation’s oldest service academies. A crowd of 70,049 gathered at Veterans stadium to watch the contest.
 
Navy   7         6           3           3       -           19
Army   0         3           0           6       -           9

Navy 30, Army 28
 
Navy’s Brian Madden ran for 177 yards and a touchdown as the Mids won the 100th meeting between the nation’s oldest service academies. A crowd of 70,049 gathered at Veterans stadium to watch the contest.
 
Navy   7         6           3           3       -           19
Army   0         3           0           6       -           9

Army 26, Navy 17
 
Before a sellout crowd that included President George W. Bush, Army snapped a two-game losing streak by posting a 26-17 win. Army’s Ardell Daniels took home MVP honors as a freshman with 131 rushing yards on 23 carries. The Cadets used a 13-0 first quarter lead to propel them to victory.
 
Army   13       3           7           3       -           26
Navy   0         3           6           8       -           17

Navy 58, Army 12
 
Led by junior quarterback Craig Candeto, who rushed for six touchdowns and threw for one, Navy routed rival Army, 58-12, in front of 78,672 in what will go down as one of the most decisive victories in the 103-game series. Navy's 58 points were the most in the game's history, and the 46-point margin was the second largest in the series, behind a 51-0 Navy win in 1973.The Mids' 508 yards of total offense and 421 rushing yards are also records in the series.
 
Navy   7         21       23         7       -           58
Army   3         3           0           6       -           12

Navy 34, Army 6
 
Kyle Eckel ran for 152 yards and two touchdowns and Eric Roberts scored two TDs, leading Navy to a 34-6 victory in the 104th meeting between the service academies.
 
Navy   7         6            7           14    -           34
Army   0         6            0            0      -           6

Navy 42, Army 13
 
Aaron Polanco threw two touchdown passes and ran for another score, leading Navy to a 42-13 victory over Army on Saturday in the 105th meeting between the service academies. President Bush attended the game for the first time since 2001 at Veterans Stadium, taking part in the coin toss by flipping a commemorative coin sent from the Iraqi city of Fallujah.

Navy 34, Army 6
 
Adam Ballard had 192 of the Midshipmen's 490 yards rushing, leading Navy to a 42-23 victory over Army in the 106th meeting between the service academies.
Quarterback Lamar Owens added 99 yards rushing and three TDs, Ballard scored twice and Reggie Campbell had a 54-yard TD run for bowl-bound Navy (7-4).

Navy 17, Army 3
 
The Mids beat Army 17-3 on Saturday for their eighth straight win in the series. The loss eliminated the Black Knights' shot at playing in their first bowl game since 1996. Ricky Dobbs ran for a score to set an NCAA single-season record for rushing touchdowns by a quarterback with 24, and threw for a TD to help Navy improve to 54-49-7 overall against Army for its biggest lead in a series that began in 1890. Navy won the Commander-In-Chief's Trophy, awarded annually to the team with the best record in games between the three service academies, for a school-record seventh straight year.
 
Navy   0         0            10         7      -           17
Army   3         0            0            0      -           3

Navy 31, Army 17

Ricky Dobbs threw the longest touchdown pass in the 111-year history of the storied rivalry, Wyatt Middleton had the longest fumble return in Navy history, and the Midshipmen extended their winning streak against the Black Knights to nine straight with a 31-17 victory Saturday. Dobbs passed for 186 yards and two touchdowns for Navy (9-3), and was one of 24 seniors to never lose to their rivals from West Point. The Navy quarterback turned the ball over four times - three fumbles and an interception in the end zone - but also ran for a team-high 54 yards.

 

Navy 27, Army 21

Navy kicked two field goals in the final quarter and held off Army, 27-21, in the 112th meeting in front of a crowd of 80,789 fans at FedEx Field.

Navy 17, Army 13

Keenan Reynolds extended Navy's dominance against Army, scoring the winning touchdown late in the fourth quarter in a 17-13 victory in the 113th rivalry game. Navy (8-4) beat Army for the 11th straight time and won the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy awarded to the team with the best record in games among the three service academies. Army and Navy each beat Air Force, putting the prestigious trophy up for grabs in the regular-season finale for the first time since 2005.

Navy    0        10          0        7      -        17
Army    0        10          3        0     -         13

Navy 34, Army 7

Keenan Reynolds ran for 136 yards and scored three touchdowns to lead the Midshipmen to a 34-7 victory, and their 12th straight in the series. His third score - with 46 seconds left in a lopsided game - gave him 176 points for the season, breaking the school record of 174 set by Bill Ingram in 1917.

Navy    3        14          3        14      -        34
Army    0         0           7         0     -           7

Navy 17, Army 10

Navy    0         7           3         7      -           17
Army    7         0           0         3     -           10

Navy 21, Army 17

With a shot at history at stake, Keenan Reynolds ended his Navy career with a clean sweep against Army. Reynolds rushed for two touchdowns and threw for another score to lead the No. 21 Midshipmen to their 14th straight win over the Black Knights, 21-17 at Lincoln Financial Field. The Midshipmen (10-2) brought home the Commander-In-Chief's Trophy after a one-year hiatus.

Navy    7         7           7         0      -           21
Army   10        7           0         0      -           17

Army 21, Navy 17

Army's win snapped a 14-game winning streak by Navy, dating back to 2001. Army converted on 4th-and-inches late in the fourth quarter when Davidson ran for seven yards to move the ball to the 11-yard line. Bradshaw carried the ball for a nine-yard score two plays later to give Army a 21-17 lead with exactly six minutes on the clock.

Navy    0        0        10        7          -  17
Army    7        7          0        7          -  21

Army 14, Navy 13

The Black Knights started a streak of their own with the 14-13 victory. Trailing for the first time since early in the first quarter, Navy eyed one final possession with 5:10 remaining on the clock. With three seconds left to play, Navy called its final timeout, setting up a 48-yard field goal attempt. Moehring, who previously made one from that distance earlier this season against Temple, lined up for the kick, but it went wide left and Army secured the one-point win. With the victory, Army secured the Commander-In-Chief's Trophy for the first time since 1996.

Army     7        0          0        7          -  14
Navy     3        7          3        0          -  13

Army 17, Navy 10

The Black Knights extended their streak over Navy to three, reclaiming the Commander-in-Chief's trophy for the second year in a row. With Army leading 10-7 late in the fourth, Army defensive lineman Kenneth Brinson made the play of the game with a strip sack, thwarting Navy's game winning drive attempt. Army would capitalize with a final touchdown with 1:28 to go, locking up the win for the Black Knights. 

Navy     0        0          0        10        -  10
Army     7        0          3        7          -  17

Navy 31, Army 7

Navy took back Commander-in-Chief's trophy in dominant fashion on the back of quarterback Malcolm Perry's 304 yard rushing performance. He became the fourth QB in FBS history to reach the 300-yard total, while also adding two touchdowns. Perry set Navy's single-season rushing record during the contest and also became the career leading rusher in Army-Navy series history.

Army     7       0          0         0        -   7
Navy     0       14         7        10       -  31

Army 15, Navy 0

For the first time since 1969, the Army football team shut out Navy, 15-0, in a historic game at Michie Stadium on Saturday afternoon. It was the first time since 1943, the Army-Navy Game, presented by USAA, was played at Michie Stadium due to the COVID-19 pandemic and restrictions placed on gatherings in its originally-planned location, Philadelphia. Army scored 12 points in the final quarter to pull away for the win, including a safety.

Navy     0       0          0         0        -   0
Army     0       3          0       12       -  15

Navy 17, Army 13

Navy quarterback Tai Lavatai ran for two touchdowns and Navy's defense limited Army to 57-second-half yards and a season-low 232 overall in a 17-13 victory Saturday in a game played at the Meadowlands to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

Army    10      3         0         0        -   13
Navy     7       0         7         3        -   17

Army 20, Navy 17 2OT

Army's Quinn Maretzki hit a 39 yard field goal in the second overtime to give the Black Knights the 20-17 victory in the first overtime game in the history of the Army-Navy Game presented by USAA.

Navy    0        3        0        7        7        0     -   17
Army    0        7        3        0        7        3     -   20

Army 17, Navy 11 

America's Game went to New England for the first time and the Army Black Knights' defense came up huge with a goal-line stand in the final seconds to earn the win. Linebacker Kalib Fortner had the play of the game with a strip sack and touchdown in the second half in the 124th meeting of the Army-Navy Game presented by USAA. 

Army    0       10       0        7    -   17
Navy    0        0        0       11    -   11