Army Passing
C/ATTYDSAVGTDINTQBR
Trent Steelman4/67712.81030.6
TEAM4/68212.810--
Navy Passing
C/ATTYDSAVGTDINTQBR
Kriss Proctor1/3134.30013.2
TEAM1/3324.300--
Army Rushing
CARYDSAVGTDLONG
Malcolm Brown11827.5119
Raymond Johnson-Maples13826.3017
Larry Dixon10656.5031
Trent Steelman12625.2134
Jared Hassin471.804
TEAM502986.0234
Navy Rushing
CARYDSAVGTDLONG
Kriss Proctor32973.0232
Alexander Teich18935.2114
Gee Gee Greene7466.6020
Aaron Santiago4276.8012
Delvin Diggs3258.3015
Mike Stukel144.004
John Howell144.004
TEAM662964.5332
Army Receiving
RECYDSAVGTDLONG
Davyd Brooks24221.0029
Malcolm Brown12525.0125
Austin Barr11010.0010
TEAM47719.3129
Navy Receiving
RECYDSAVGTDLONG
Gee Gee Greene11313.0013
TEAM11313.0013
Army Interceptions
INTYDSTD
No Army Interceptions
Navy Interceptions
INTYDSTD
No Navy Interceptions
Army Kick Returns
NOYDSAVGLONGTD
Scott Williams610617.7220
TEAM610617.7220
Navy Kick Returns
NOYDSAVGLONGTD
Alexander Teich27135.5480
Marcus Thomas13636.0360
Bo Snelson11818.0180
TEAM412531.3480
Army Punt Returns
NOYDSAVGLONGTD
Josh Jackson200.000
TEAM000.000
Navy Punt Returns
NOYDSAVGLONGTD
Matt Aiken331.030
TEAM133.030
Army Kicking
FGPCTLONGXPPTS
Alex Carlton0/00.003/33
TEAM0/00.003/33
Navy Kicking
FGPCTLONGXPPTS
Jon Teague2/2100.0443/39
TEAM2/2100.0443/39
Army Punting
NOYDSAVGTBIn 20LONG
Chris Boldt39832.70039
TEAM39832.70039
Navy Punting
NOYDSAVGTBIn 20LONG
Pablo Beltran310635.30038
TEAM310635.30038

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