American looks to extend its winning streak to three when the Eagles host Army this weekend.
The Black Knights will be hoping to get a second Patriot League win after losing two of their first three conference games when they visit Bender Arena in Washington, D.C. on Saturday, Jan. 12.
Tip-off is scheduled for 1 p.m ET and will be broadcast on NBC Sports Washington Plus.
Army at American How to Watch
What: Army Black Knights at American Eagles
Where: Bender Arena, Washington, D.C.
When: 1 p.m. ET
TV Channel: NBC Sports Washington Plus (Channel Finder)
Army at American Preview
Conference: Patriot League
Record: 6-8 (Army), 6-8 (American)
Last Game: 66-52 loss vs. Bucknell 1/9 (Army), 58-45 win at Navy, 1/9 (American)
Leading Scorers: Madison Hovren, 18.1 ppg (Army), Kaitlyn Marenyi, 13.4 ppg (American)
PHILADELPHIA -- Bennett Moehring narrowly missed a 48-yard field goal in a swirling snow on the final play as Army held off Navy 14-13 Saturday to win its first Commander-in-Chief's Trophy since 1996.
Army (9-3) earned its second straight win over Navy (6-6) following 14 straight losses in the series.
Ahmad Bradshaw pushed over the goal line on quarterback sneak with 5:10 remaining and Blake Wilson kicked the extra point to put Army ahead.
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Quarterback Malcolm Perry, who ran for 250 yards and a 68-yard score in the second quarter, led Navy to the Army 31 with 3 seconds left.
Navy elected to try a field goal and after about 10 players used their feet to clear the snow, Moehring's kick was long enough but drifted barely left.
Army cut its deficit in the series to 60-51-7 in a matchup of bowl-bound teams. The Black Knights claimed the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy thanks to an earlier victory over Air Force.
President-elect Donald Trump plans to attend Saturday's Army-Navy game at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Md.
Soon to be Commander-In-Chief of all branches of the military, Trump will split his time between the two sidelines, as is customary.
Past presidents have attended the longstanding rivalry game, including President Barack Obama in 2011.
According to ESPN, Navy has beaten Army the last three times presidents have been in the audience. Then again, Navy has won the last 14 consecutive contests anyway.
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