2018-19 NAVY men’s basketball Coaching Staff Ed DeChellis begins his eighth season as the head coach of the previous season and it was the third straight season that DeChellis Navy basketball program in the 2018-19 season and his 23rd season increased the team’s win total from the previous season. Navy also overall as a head coach. DeChellis arrived at Navy after successful doubled its conference win total (8) from the previous season (4). stints at East Tennessee State and Penn State, and is the 19th head DeChellis led Navy to three wins over Army, including the Army- basketball coach in the 110-year history of Navy basketball. Navy Star Game and in the Patriot League Tournament. It was the DeChellis’ arrival in Annapolis has corresponded with an fifth time in program history that Navy went 3-0 against Army in a increase of exposure for the Navy men’s basketball program. Navy single season. has hosted the Veterans Classic in each of the past four seasons In 2014-15, Navy ranked second in the Patriot League in scoring and has attracted national powerhouses such as North Carolina, defense, allowing 64.3 points per game and its turnover average of Michigan State, Ohio State and Florida to the field. Navy was also just 12.2 per game was the second-lowest in school history. invited to compete in the inaugural Pearl Harbor Invitational in Hawai’i Worth Smith was named to the All-Patriot League First Team and in December of 2015 and competed in a field with Oregon, Oklahoma Kevin Alter was just one of five Division I players to be named to the and Villanova. Allstate NABC Good Works Team. DeChellis has led Navy to a 55-42 record (.567) over the last Under the direction of DeChellis, the Navy basketball program three seasons (2016-18). The 55 wins are tied for the seventh-most began a new tradition in the 2014-15 season by hosting the inaugural in a three-year span in program history. Veterans Classic. Navy hosted Michigan State, while VCU faced In his seventh season at Navy in 2017-18, DeChellis led the team Tennessee in the season-opening showcase in Alumni Hall. to a 20-12 record. The 20 wins were the most by Navy since the In his third season in Annapolis in 2013-14, DeChellis increased Ed DeChellis 1999-00 season and were tied for the sixth-most in a single season in Navy’s overall win total for the second straight season and Navy Head Coach program history. DeChellis won 20 games at a third different school doubled its conference win total from the previous year. Penn State (1982) (Navy, Penn State, East Tennessee State). A highlight of the 2013-14 campaign was a 79-57 victory at Eighth Season at Navy Navy also won the 2018 Star Game by earning a 68-59 win at Army in the Star Game, while the Mids also defeated Bucknell, the 23rd Season Overall Army West Point. defending Patriot League Champion, and Lafayette, the 2013 runner- Navy led the Patriot League in scoring defense, rebounding up. DeChellis at a Glance margin and offensive rebounds per game in 2017-18, and Navy With defensive always being a staple of a DeChellis-coached Born Nov. 14, 1958 ranked in the top-40 of the NCAA in scoring defense for the third- club, Navy ranked 57th in the country in scoring defense, giving up Hometown Monaca, Pa. straight season. just 65.2 points per game. At the time, Navy’s 376 turnovers and 12.7 High School Center DeChellis won his 300th career game during the 2017-18 turnovers per game that season were the second-lowest in school College Penn State (‘82) season. The 300th win was a 75-72 victory at Lafayette on Jan. 17. history. Degree B.A., Senior guard Shawn Anderson was named to the All-Patriot Navy (9-21, 4-14) opened the season at 5-5 and went 4-0 in non- Secondary Education League First Team, while senior guard Bryce Dulin was named to the conference home games during the 2013-14 season. Family Patriot League All-Defensive Team. Anderson was also named to the In his second season at Navy in 2012-13, the Midshipmen posted Wife Kim Senior CLASS Award All-American First Team. an 8-23 overall record, winning five more games than it did in his first Daughter Erin In 2016-17, DeChellis led Navy to a 16-16 overall record and a year in Annapolis while playing one of America’s youngest lineups, Daughter Lauren fourth-place finish in the Patriot League at 10-8. Under DeChellis, and showing fans what the future might hold for the Midshipmen. Daughter Casey Navy increased its conference win total for the fifth straight season The story of the season was taking care of the ball and defense. Granddaughter Sophia and the 10 conference wins were the most for Navy since 2000. Navy averaged just 11.3 turnovers per game, the fewest in school Grandson Nathan As the fourth seed in the Patriot League Tournament, Navy history by over two turnovers per game, while ranking 17th nationally. defeated Holy Cross, 49-42, at home in the quarterfinal round to Navy also excelled on the defensive end of the floor, where Navy Coaching Experience advance to the tournament semifinals for the first time since 2001. allowed just 60.9 points per game, the third-lowest total in school Year School, Position Navy fell to eventual tournament champion and No. 1 seed Bucknell history and the lowest for a Navy squad since 1962. The Mids ranked 1983-84 Penn State, graduate assistant in the semifinals, 70-65. 42nd nationally in scoring defense, their lowest rank in over 30 years. 1985-86 Salem, W.Va., assistant coach Anderson was named to the All-Patriot League Second Team The Midshipmen were competitive in almost every game during 1987-96 Penn State, assistant coach following the 2016-17 season and Dulin was named to the Patriot the 2011-12 season, losing 13 games by single digits or in overtime, 1997-03 East Tenn. St., head coach League All-Defensive Team. including five by three points or less. The Midshipmen closed out the 2004-11 Penn State, head coach In 2015-16, DeChellis helped Navy post its most wins in seven campaign with a 3-26 record. 2012-p. Navy, head coach years with the team’s 19-14 record. Navy was 9-9 in the Patriot DeChellis led Penn State to a 19-15 record and a fourth place League and finished in a four-way tie for fourth place. finish (9-9) in the Big Ten in 2010-11, including the Nittany Lions first Postseason Experience Navy’s six-win improvement from the 2014-15 season ranked as appearance in the Big Ten Championship Game and the school’s first Year Tournament the fourth-best improvement from one year to the next in program trip to the NCAA Tournament since 2001. 1991 NCAA, 2nd round (Penn State) history. Navy also set a program record for most road wins in a The Nittany Lions were led by senior guard Talor Battle, who 2003 NCAA, 1st round (ETSU) season with 11. It was the fourth straight season that DeChellis finished second in the Big Ten in scoring (20.2 ppg) and became the 2006 NIT, 1st round (Penn State) increased Navy’s overall and conference win total. first player in school history to be named team MVP all four years. 2009 NIT, Champions (Penn State) Navy’s defensive efforts were a key to the team’s success in Battle finished his career as Penn State’s all-time leading scorer with 2011 NCAA, 1st round (Penn State) 2015-16. Navy led the Patriot League in scoring defense (64.7) and 2,213 points, surpassing Jesse Arnelle’s 56-year old Penn State field goal percentage defense (.413). Will Kelly was named the Patriot record of 2,138, and finished 10th all-time in Big Ten history. League Defensive Player of the Year and was also named to the all- DeChellis was the 2009 Big Ten Coach of the Year, just the league second team. Tilman Dunbar was named to the All-Patriot second Penn State basketball coach to ever earn coach-of-the- League Third Team. year honors, as he guided a Nittany Lion team that started three DeChellis has won at least 19 games at three different schools sophomores to a school-record 27 wins and the program’s first-ever (East Tennessee State, Penn State and Navy). He is the only current national tournament title in winning the 2009 NIT. Along the way Penn Patriot League head coach that has accomplished that feat. State tied a program record for regular season wins (21), posted its In his fourth season in Annapolis in 2014-15, Navy tied for second-most wins (10) and second-best finish sixth place in the Patriot League standings with an 8-10 record in (4th) ever, recorded just the 10th 20-win season in program history, conference and the Mids were 13-19 overall. knocked off four Top 25 teams (including a road win at eventual Navy’s 13 wins overall was a four-win improvement from the NCAA runner-up Michigan State), set a record for home wins (17) RAISE THE SAIL 21 2018-19 NAVY men's basketball Coaching Staff and posted the program’s most road wins (6) in the Big Ten era. Big Ten Conference and had some outstanding post-season Penn State’s remarkable run was led by Battle, who was a success. DeChellis helped guide Penn State to four straight post- DeChellis Year-by-Year first-team All-Big Ten, NABC and USBWA all-region selection and season appearances from 1989 through 1992. During that four- Year School Record NIT MVP Jamelle Cornley, who finished his career ranked fourth year span of 20+ win seasons, Penn State posted an impressive 1997 East Tennessee State 7-20 1998 East Tennessee State 11-16 all-time in scoring and rebounding at Penn State. Neither player 87-40 record. 1999 East Tennessee State 17-11 was a highly sought blue-chip recruit, but found remarkable The 1988-89 squad went 20-12, advanced to the Atlantic 2000 East Tennessee State 14-15 success and achievement under the tutelage of DeChellis and 10 Tournament finals and then on to the National Invitation 2001 East Tennessee State 18-10 his staff. Tournament. 2002 East Tennessee State 18-10 His coaching performance in 2007-08 had many of his Big The next season, Penn State set a school record for wins 2003 East Tennessee State 20-11 Ten colleagues and members of the media pointing to him as in a season posting a 25-9 record. The Nittany Lions advanced 2004 Penn State 9-19 the conference’s coach-of-the-year. Primed for a run to the to the 1990 NIT semifinals at Madison Square Garden, earning 2005 Penn State 7-23 post-season in his fifth year at the helm, DeChellis saw his third place. 2006 Penn State 15-15 2007 Penn State 11-19 leading scorer, rebounder and preseason All-Big Ten first-team Building on two straight NIT appearances and a record- 2008 Penn State 15-16 pick Geary Claxton go down with a torn ACL 16 games into the setting season, DeChellis helped the 1990-91 Penn State team 2009 Penn State 27-11 season. Second leading scorer and rebounder Jamelle Cornley to earn the program’s first NCAA Tournament bid since 1965. 2010 Penn State 11-20 also suffered a knee injury that limited him for much of the season Penn State went 21-11 and won the Atlantic 10 Tournament 2011 Penn State 19-15 and caused him to miss six games, including the last three. All title. That win propelled Penn State into the NCAA Tournament 2012 Navy 3-26 DeChellis did was lead a team that started four freshmen and five and a first round upset of 16th-ranked UCLA. Penn State barely 2013 Navy 8-23 newcomers to its most Big Ten wins and best Big Ten finish since missed out on a trip to the Sweet 16 when it dropped an overtime 2014 Navy 9-21 2001. Along the way his young Lions knocked off No. 7 Michigan heartbreaker to Eastern Michigan in the second round. 2015 Navy 13-19 2016 Navy 19-14 State and No. 17 Indiana while winning five straight home games The 1991-92 season was a transitional year for Penn State 2017 Navy 16-16 to end the campaign. as its affiliation with the Atlantic 10 ended and the Nittany Lions 2018 Navy 20-12 The Nittany Lions reached the NIT in 2006, DeChellis’ third spent a year as an independent with Big Ten play just a year Career Record (22) 307-362 (.459) year at the helm. Despite playing the youngest (12 underclassmen away. The Nittany Lions went 21-8 and earned another trip to East Tennessee State (7) 105-93 (.530) and one senior) and smallest line-up (just one player over 6-6 the NIT. Penn State (8) 114-138 (.452) playing more than four minutes per game in league play) in the Entrance into the Big Ten was a learning experience for the Navy (7) 88-126 (.411) Big Ten, DeChellis led Penn State to its most overall wins (15), entire Nittany Lion athletic program, but improvement and growth Postseason Record 19-23 (.452) SoCon Tournament 6-6 (.500) most non-conference wins (eight), most Big Ten wins (six), first occurred quickly for the basketball program. After a slow start in Big Ten Tournament 5-8 (.385) Big Ten Tournament win and first post-season appearance (NIT) its initial year, Penn State improved in each year of conference Patriot League Tournament 3-7 (.300) in five seasons. play. NCAA Tournament 0-2 (.000) DeChellis’ recruiting and coaching helped Penn State claim Penn State went 2-16 the first year in the loop, tripled that win NIT Tournament 5-1 (.833) its first ever Big Ten Freshman-of-the-Year (Jamelle Cornley, total in year two going 6-12, and improved yet again with a 9-9 2006) and three straight members of the Big Ten All-Freshman showing in 1994-95. That team went 21-11 overall and earned Milestone Wins Team (Marlon Smith, 2004; Geary Claxton, 2005; Jamelle another trip to Madison Square Garden for the NIT semifinals and Win Opponent Score Date Cornley, 2006). The Lions had none before his arrival. He also set took home another third place finish. 1 UNC Asheville 78-69 11-23-96 about changing and revitalizing the program’s culture - stressing The following year, utilizing many players that DeChellis 50 Lynchburg 65-42 11-17-00 family, a team-first attitude and a commitment to excellence helped recruit, Penn State had its most successful Big Ten 100 UNCG 75-73 2-17-03 without shortcuts that his players embraced and took ownership season to date and earned a second trip to the NCAA Tournament 106 St. Francis U 67-58 11-26-03 -- First win at Penn State of. for DeChellis. 150 Virginia Tech 66-61 11-28-07 DeChellis wrapped up the year by being named the With Parkhill resigning prior to the start of the 1995-96 season, 189 Baylor 69-63 4-2-09 2006 National Coaches Vs. Cancer Man-of-the-Year for his Dunn, an assistant on the Penn State staff with DeChellis, took -- 2009 NIT Champions (Penn State) contributions in raising funds and awareness in the fight against over the helm of the Lions and along with DeChellis helped guide 200 Northwestern 79-60 2-28-10 cancer. DeChellis was presented the award by ESPN’s Jay Bilas Penn State to a 21-7 record, a best-ever 12-6 mark and second 220 Longwood 78-70 11-11-11 before a large gathering of his peers at the Laurel Valley Golf place finish in Big Ten play, a top 10 national ranking, and another -- First win at Navy Club in western . trip to the NCAA Tournament. 250 Holy Cross 84-70 2-22-15 Penn State was coming off two consecutive seven-win DeChellis returned to Penn State as the head coach after 300 Lafayette 75-72 1-17-18 seasons when DeChellis was named the 11th head coach in a very successful seven-year run as the head coach at East program history in April of 2003. Energizing the fans and players Tennessee State University. At ETSU he turned a last place “When I did my interview at Navy, Vice Admiral Miller immediately, he helped guide Penn State to nine wins in his first Buccaneer team into a three-time conference division winner, a was the Superintendent at the time, and he said, season, better than each of the prior two seasons, with fewer conference tournament champion and took ETSU to the NCAA ‘Coach, I want you to recruit very good basketball players on scholarship than the previous year. Tournament for the first time in a decade. players who can help us get to the NCAA Tournament. DeChellis began his coaching career in Happy Valley, serving Taking over a program that went 7-20 the year before his But at the end of the day, you have to recruit young men as a graduate assistant coach under and Bruce arrival, DeChellis amassed a 105-93 record in his seven years as who are going to be officers in the most powerful military Parkhill. In 1984, he moved on to Salem College in Salem, West head coach from 1996-97 to 2002-03. Showcasing the ability to force in the world and we take that very seriously here Virginia, where he had a two-year stint as an assistant coach. build a program from the foundation up, DeChellis had his most at the Naval Academy.’ And that really hit home with me While at Salem, DeChellis also served as the school’s Director of successful seasons in his last three years. During that span, and I knew I wanted to be a part of it.” Intramurals. Showcasing the overall commitment to the growth of his ETSU teams went 56-31 and won three straight Southern - Head coach Ed DeChellis the young people he comes into contact with, DeChellis increased Conference North Division titles. the Salem program from a four-sport entity into a broad-based DeChellis, who has a career record of 307-362 at three program offering 40 activities to over 800 students -- all in just programs he had to completely rebuild, is a 1982 graduate of two years, and all while serving as an assistant basketball coach. Penn State. He and his wife Kim have three daughters, Casey, In 1986, DeChellis returned to Penn State and began a very Erin, and Lauren, and two grandkids, Sophia and Nathan. successful 10-year run as an assistant coach for nine years under , a mentor to whom he credits his development as a coach, and one season under . 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DeChellis vs. Division I Opponents DeChellis Year-by-Year at Navy Opponent Record Opponent Record Opponent Record 2011-12 Albany 0-2 Maryland Eastern Shore 1-2 UNCG 9-6 3-26 overall, 0-14 Patriot League American 6-9 Mercer 0-1 USC Upstate 1-1 N11 at Longwood W 78-70 Appalachian State 6-8 Miami (Fla.) 0-1 USF 0-1 N13 Penn State Altoona W 88-54 Arkansas State 1-0 Middle Tennessee State 2-0 Valparaiso 0-1 N16 at Siena L 56-65 N19 at Quinnipiac L 54-78 Army 9-7 Michigan 3-11 Vanderbilt 0-5 N22 Tulane L 55-57 Baylor 1-0 Michigan State 4-15 VCU 0-2 N25 at Albany L 62-69 Belmont 3-0 Minnesota 4-11 Virginia 1-3 N27 Mount St. Mary’s W 64-56 Binghamton 3-0 Mississippi 0-1 Virginia Tech 3-5 N30 at UMES L 46-59 Boston U. 3-7 Missouri 0-1 VMI 13-4 D3 at Elon L 48-51 Brown 0-0 Missouri-Kansas City 1-0 Wake Forest 0-2 D6 Monmouth L 67-69 Bryant 3-1 Monmouth 1-1 West Virginia 0-1 D10 at [10] Missouri L 59-84 D22 at Presbyterian L 42-58 Bucknell 3-16 Morehead State 3-0 Western Carolina 12-2 D30 Mercer L 56-65 Buffalo 1-1 Morgan State 2-0 William & Mary 1-0 J1 Norfolk State L 65-71 Canisius 1-0 Mount St. Mary’s 4-1 Wisconsin 2-13 J7 * Lafayette L 63-65 Central Connecticut St. 1-0 Nevada 0-1 Wofford 9-0 J11 * at Holy Cross L 69-73 Central Florida 0-1 New Hampshire 2-0 Xavier 1-0 J14 * Army L 62-75 Charleston Southern 2-0 New Mexico 0-1 J18 * American L 60-67 Chattanooga 3-7 Nicholls State 1-0 2018-19 Opponents in Bold J21 * at Colgate L 54-65 (ot) J26 * at Lehigh L 60-71 Clemson 0-3 NJIT 1-0 J28 * Bucknell L 51-66 Cleveland State 1-0 Norfolk State 0-2 F4 * at Lafayette L 41-62 Coastal Carolina 3-1 Northeastern 0-1 F8 * Holy Cross L 52-64 Colgate 5-12 North Dakota State 0-1 F11 * at Army L 63-69 (2ot) College of Charleston 3-7 Northern Kentucky 0-2 F15 * at American L 47-69 Columbia 2-0 Northwestern 12-4 F18 * Colgate L 57-59 Coppin State 1-0 Notre Dame 1-1 F22 * Lehigh L 41-58 F25 * at Bucknell L 55-64 Cornell 1-0 Ohio State 1-17 F29 1 at Bucknell L 63-87 Davidson 7-8 Old Dominion 0-0 1 - P.L. Tournament (Lewisburg, Pa.) Delaware 1-0 Oregon 0-1 Delaware State 1-0 Penn 4-2 Denver 2-0 Pittsburgh 1-3 2012-13 Duquesne 1-0 Prairie View A&M 0-1 8-23 overall, 2-12 Patriot League Elon 0-1 Presbyterian 0-1 N9 Marymount W 75-48 Fairfield 1-0 Princeton 1-0 N11 Siena L 49-54 (ot) Florida 1-1 Providence 0-1 N14 Binghamton W 75-52 N18 at UAB L 63-82 Florida Gulf Coast 0-1 Purdue 3-12 N20 at TCU L 45-47 Furman 4-6 Quinnipiac 0-1 N23 1 vs. Prairie View A&M L 40-42 Gardner-Webb 1-0 Radford 1-3 N24 1 vs. Delaware State W 63-53 George Mason 1-0 Rhode Island 1-1 N28 IPFW W 54-49 Georgia Southern 2-8 Rider 0-1 D1 at Tulane L 41-51 Georgia Tech 1-1 Robert Morris 1-0 D5 at Monmouth W 85-66 Georgetown 0-2 Rutgers 1-2 D7 at Mount St. Mary’s L 65-72 D10 Bryant W 69-59 Hartford 2-1 Sacred Heart 3-0 D22 Northern Kentucky L 46-55 High Point 0-1 Saint Francis U 3-2 D28 Albany L 61-71 Holy Cross 6-10 Saint Joseph’s 2-1 J2 at IPFW L 63-68 6-10 St. Francis Brooklyn 2-0 J5 at Norfolk State L 68-74 Illinois State 0-1 Seton Hall 1-1 J12 * at Lafayette L 47-64 Indiana 7-7 Siena 0-2 J16 * Holy Cross L 47-62 Iowa 4-8 South Carolina 0-3 J20 * at Army W 59-50 J23 * at American L 49-72 Iowa State 0-1 South Carolina State 0-1 J26 * Colgate L 56-70 IPFW 3-1 Southeastern Louisiana 0-1 J30 * Lehigh L 49-71 Jacksonville 1-0 Stony Brook 0-1 F2 * at Bucknell L 54-69 James Madison 2-2 TCU 0-1 F9 * Lafayette L 47-70 Lafayette 10-6 Temple 0-4 F12 * at Holy Cross L 57-66 Lehigh 7-11 Tennessee 0-2 F16 * Army L 55-56 Liberty 0-0 Texas A&M 0-2 F20 * American W 50-44 F24 * at Colgate L 46-59 Lipscomb 0-1 The Citadel 8-3 F27 * at Lehigh L 43-72 LIU Brooklyn 3-0 Towson 2-1 M2 * Bucknell L 46-62 Longwood 1-0 Tulane 0-3 M6 2 at Bucknell L 42-58 Loyola 7-3 UAB 0-1 1 - South Padre Invitational (S. Padre Island, Texas) Maine 1-1 UMBC 4-1 2 - P.L. Tournament (Lewisburg, Pa.) Marshall 1-1 UNC Asheville 4-3 Maryland 0-1 UNC Wilmington 0-1 RAISE THE SAIL 23 2018-19 NAVY men's basketball Coaching Staff DeChellis Year-by-Year at Navy 4 - P.L. Tournament (Annapolis, Md.) F15 * at Lehigh L 55-74 2013-14 5 - P.L. (Hamilton, N.Y.) 9-21 overall, 4-14 Patriot League F18 * Army L 68-71 N8 at Towson L 45-72 F22 * American L 58-74

N11 at Saint Francis U L 57-60 F25 * at Bucknell L 60-82 N13 Goucher W 98-47 2015-16 M2 3 Holy Cross W 49-42 N16 at Binghamton W 68-50 19-14 overall, 9-9 Patriot League M5 4 at Bucknell L 65-70 N13 1 Florida L 41-59 1 - Veterans Classic (Annapolis, Md.) N19 at Virginia L 42-67 2 - HPU Tournament (High Point, N.C.) N23 UMBC W 73-58 N16 College of Charleston L 58-72 3 - P.L. Tournament (Annapolis, Md.) N26 UMES W 67-59 N19 at USC Upstate W 67-55 4 - P.L. Tournament (Lewisburg, Pa.) D4 The Citadel W 79-74 N22 2 Goucher W 76-47 D14 at Bryant L 80-90 (ot) N25 at UMBC W 75-54 D21 at Northern Kentucky L 65-72 N27 3 at UNCG W 70-66 2017-18 D30 at UMBC L 48-63 N28 3 vs. Jacksonville W 71-65 20-12 overall, 11-7 Patriot League J2 * at Loyola L 57-63 (ot) N29 3 vs. IPFW W 75-53 N10 1 Pitt W 71-62 J5 * Lafayette W 79-71 D2 at Penn W 65-59 N12 at Miami (Fla.) L 55-89 J7 * at Boston University L 32-55 D7 4 vs. [24] Oregon L 47-67 N15 at Penn L 45-66 J11 * Army L 55-60 D12 at VMI W 68-62 N18 at Bryant W 79-71 J15 * Bucknell W 62-61 D14 USC Upstate L 57-66 N22 Washington College W 110-45 D22 Furman W 62-49 J18 * at Colgate L 41-63 N24 2 St. Francis Brooklyn W 85-76 D30 * at Bucknell L 58-88 J22 * Lehigh L 66-68 (ot) N25 2 at Florida Gulf Coast L 54-70 J2 * Holy Cross W 65-60 J25 * Holy Cross L 52-67 N26 2 vs. Denver W 79-71 J6 * at Boston U. W 83-67 J29 * at American L 52-74 D1 Delaware W 82-76 J9 * at Colgate W 71-68 (ot) F1 * at Lafayette L 54-72 D3 Morgan State W 66-59 J13 * Loyola W 60-52 F5 * Boston University L 48-61 D6 at Coppin State W 70-53 J16 * Lafayette W 87-61 D10 at Columbia W 73-68 F8 * at Army W 79-57 J20 * at Lehigh W 69-64 F12 * at Bucknell L 57-78 D21 Lipscomb L 64-73 J27 * American L 58-63 D29 * at Loyola L 63-72 F15 * Colgate W 71-61 J30 * at Holy Cross L 80-87 (ot) J2 * Lehigh W 78-66 F19 * at Lehigh L 65-72 F1 * at Army W 64-50 J5 * American W 70-64 F23 * at Holy Cross L 57-74 F3 * Boston U. L 72-83 J8 * at Colgate L 62-70 F26 * American L 55-64 F6 * Colgate L 55-58 J11 * Holy Cross W 61-56 (ot) M1 * Loyola L 65-67 F10 * at Loyola W 71-51 J14 * Army L 62-64 M3 1 at Colgate L 51-57 F13 * at Lafayette W 74-68 J17 * at Lafayette W 75-72 1 - P.L. Tournament (Hamilton, N.Y.) F17 * Lehigh L 74-77 J20 * Boston U. L 68-75 F20 * Army L 78-80 (2ot) J24 * Bucknell L 67-87

F24 * at American L 65-72 J27 * at Lehigh W 77-75 2014-15 F27 * Bucknell L 73-77 J31 * at American W 61-44 13-19 overall, 8-10 Patriot League M1 5 Lafayette W 78-70 F4 * Colgate L 64-69 N14 1 #18 Michigan State L 59-64 M3 6 at Lehigh L 63-65 F7 * at Holy Cross W 69-34 N16 2 at Notre Dame L 53-92 1 - Veterans Classic (Annapolis, Md.) F10 * at Army W 68-59 2 - Spartan Showcase (Annapolis, Md.) N20 2 at Providence L 51-88 3 - Spartan Showcase (Greensboro, N.C.) F14 * Lafayette W 71-69 N22 3 vs. Northeastern L 44-68 4 - FS1 Pearl Harbor Invitational (Bloch Arena, Honolulu, Hawai’i) F17 * at Boston U. W 62-48 N23 3 vs. Binghamton W 70-68 5 - P.L. Tournament (Annapolis, Md.) F21 * at Bucknell L 61-85 N26 Penn St.-Harrisburg W 67-42 6 - P.L. Tournament (Bethlehem, Pa.) F24 * Loyola W 62-56 N29 Saint Francis U L 68-85 M1 3 Holy Cross L 65-81 D3 Penn L 46-57 1 - Veterans Classic (Annapolis, Md.) 2016-17 2 - Homewood Suites GFCU Shootout (Fort Myers, Fla.) D6 at The Citadel L 60-67 3 - P.L. Tournament (Annapolis, Md.) D9 VMI W 84-66 16-16 overall, 10-8 Patriot League D13 at Maryland Eastern Shore L 46-53 N11 1 Ohio State L 68-78 D22 Towson W 61-56 N13 Washington College W 74-47 D31 * Loyola W 70-47 N18 2 vs. North Dakota State L 59-66 J3 * at Lafayette W 69-65 N19 2 at High Point L 62-69 J7 * Boston U. L 64-70 N20 2 vs. UNCG L 59-72 N23 UMBC W 78-66 J10 * at Army W 75-66 N26 Penn W 70-68 J14 * at Bucknell L 63-65 D1 at College of Charleston L 64-70 J17 * Colgate L 53-65 D3 at Furman L 46-79 J21 * at Lehigh L 47-61 D6 Bryant W 76-74 J24 * at Holy Cross L 65-76 D9 Columbia W 69-54 J28 * American W 64-54 D22 at Hartford L 54-63 J31 * Lafayette L 65-74 D30 * Bucknell L 55-59 F4 * at Boston U. L 59-62 J2 * at Holy Cross L 50-51 F7 * Army W 67-59 J5 * Boston U. L 53-71 F11 * Bucknell L 51-52 J8 * Colgate W 67-55 F14 * at Colgate W 70-69 J11 * at Loyola W 75-62 F18 * Lehigh L 53-59 J14 * at Lafayette W 88-51 F22 * Holy Cross W 84-70 J18 * Lehigh W 75-72 F25 * at American L 49-68 J21 * at Army W 96-80 (ot) F28 * at Loyola W 57-47 J25 * at American W 71-53 M3 4 Army W 56-52 J28 * Holy Cross W 60-47 M5 5 at Colgate L 62-72 F2 * at Boston U. W 70-61 1 - Veterans Classic (Annapolis, Md.) F4 * at Colgate L 52-55 2 - Hall of Fame Tip-Off Tournament 3 - Hall of Fame Tip-Off Tournament (Uncasville, Conn.) F8 * Loyola W 62-59 F11 * Lafayette W 68-60 24 RAISE THE SAIL 2018-19 NAVY men’s basketball Coaching Staff Emmett Davis enters his fourth season as an assistant coach (director of Basketball operations at Colgate) and Mike Venezia with the Navy men’s basketball program in 2017-18. Davis assists (director of student-athlete development at VCU). in all aspects of the Navy basketball program, including recruiting, Additionally, Todd Checovich is a basketball operations player development, opponent scouting, game-day preparation manager for the Minnesota Timberwolves, JP Clark is a player and alumni relations development coach with Los Angeles Clippers and Dennis Davis was the head coach at Patriot League-member Colgate Csensits, former head coach at Dickinson College, is the Athletic for 13 seasons (1999-2011) and served as an assistant coach at Director and head coach at Allentown Central Catholic High Navy under both and Don DeVoe for 12 seasons School. (1987-98) Davis was hired at Colgate directly from his previous stint at Davis helped Navy to a 20-12 record in 2017-18. The 20 wins Navy, where he was an assistant coach for 12 seasons. were the most by Navy since the 1999-00 season and were tied Davis was involved with all aspects of the program during for the sixth-most in a single season in program history. Navy led his tenure at Navy. In his 12 seasons, Navy won four conference the Patriot League in scoring defense, rebounding margin and championships and advanced to four NCAA Tournaments. offensive rebounds per game in 2017-18, and Navy ranked in the Davis is credited with recruiting several accomplished Navy top-40 of the NCAA in scoring defense for the third-straight season basketball players during his tenure, including two of the top 10 Senior guard Shawn Anderson was named to the All-Patriot scorers in Academy history in Michael Heary (1,590 points; 6th) League First Team, while senior guard Bryce Dulin was named to and Chris Williams (1,496; 9th), and five of the top 25 scorers Emmett Davis the Patriot League All-Defensive Team. along with Wes Cooper (23rd), Sitapha Savane (24th) and Jason Assistant Coach In 2016-17, Davis helped Navy to a 16-16 overall record and a Jeanpierre (25th). St. Lawrence (1981) fourth-place finish in the Patriot League at 10-8. As the fourth seed In Davis’ first season at Navy, he coached National Player of Fourth Season at Navy in the Patriot League Tournament, Navy defeated Holy Cross, 49- the Year . The Midshipmen registered 26 wins, a 42, at home in the quarterfinal round to advance to the tournament Colonial Athletic Association Championship and a trip to the NCAA Davis at a Glance semifinals for the first time since 2001. Anderson was named to tournament. Davis was also on staff at Navy for the program’s Born Sept. 9, 1959 the All-Patriot League Second Team following the 2016-17 season Patriot League titles in 1994, 1997 and 1998. Hometown Gloversville, N.Y. and Dulin was named to the Patriot League All-Defensive Team. The 1994, 1997 and 1998 league titles and corresponding High School Gloversville In his first season back in Annapolis in 2015-16, Davis helped NCAA Tournament appearances came in Davis’ last five seasons College St. Lawrence (‘81) Navy post its most wins in seven years with the team’s 19-14 at Navy, during which he helped the Mids go 58-18 (.763) against Degree B.A., Government record. Navy was 9-9 in the Patriot League and finished in a Patriot League opponents. College St. Lawrence (‘84) four-way tie for fourth place. Navy’s six-win improvement from Davis was also an assistant coach at Tulsa during the 2011- Grad Degree M.ed., Education the 2014-15 season ranked as the fourth-best improvement from 12 season, serving under 1987 Naval Academy graduate Doug Family one year to the next in program history. Navy also set a program Wojcik. Tulsa was 17-14 overall and 10-6 in Conference USA Wife Gail record for most road wins in a season with 11. Navy’s defensive games. Son Emmett efforts were a key to the team’s success in 2015-16. Navy led the Prior to his return to Navy, Davis most recently served as a Son Shane Patriot League in scoring defense (64.7) and field goal percentage television color analyst for the American Sports Son Brendan defense (.413). Will Kelly was named the Patriot League Defensive Network and Campus Insiders. He also helped coach his sons Player of the Year and was also named to the all-league second at Broadneck High School and worked for XOS Digital, a sports Coaching Experience team. Tilman Dunbar was named to the All-Patriot League Third technology firm, as their Mid-Atlantic Regional Accounts Manager. Year School, Position Team. A native of Gloversville, N.Y., Davis played under former Navy 1981-1984 St. Lawrence, assistant coach During his 13 years at Colgate, Davis became the school’s and Pittsburgh head coach while at St. Lawrence 1987-1998 Navy, assistant coach all-time winningest head coach with 165 career victories. He led University. He began his coaching career in 1981 at his alma 1999-2011 Colgate, head coach Colgate to either the top half of the Patriot League standings or mater as a student assistant coach. Davis then served as a full- 2012 Tulsa, assistant coach advanced the team to the semifinals or the championship game of time assistant coach at St. Lawrence for three years (1982-84), 2016-p. Navy, assistant coach the conference tournament in nine of his 13 seasons. helping the Saints to a pair of ICAC Championships and two NCAA In his first year at Colgate, Davis led his team to a14-14 Division III Tournaments. Playing Experience record and advanced to the semifinals of the league tournament. Davis’ wife, Gail, played college basketball at La Salle, where Year School In his fourth year, the 2001-02 season, the Raiders posted a 17- she was a four-year letterwinner and team captain her senior 1978-79 St. Lawrence 11 record, which was the best record at Colgate since the Adonal year. Gail was later an assistant coach at La Salle, Navy and Foyle era in 1994-95. Georgetown. She is currently the head coach of the girls basketball Postseason Experience Colgate’s best season under Davis came during the 2007- team and an English teacher at Broadneck High School. Emmett Year School 08 season when the Raiders advanced to the Patriot League and Gail have three sons: Emmett (20), Shane (18) and Brendan 1981 St. Lawrence, NCAA (DIII) Championship game and tied a school record for wins with 18. In (16). His oldest son, Emmett, is in the Class of 2021 at the Naval 1984 St. Lawrence, NCAA (DIII) that season, Davis became the school’s all-time leader for career Academy and is a member of the football team. His middle son, 1987 Navy, NCAA 1994 Navy, NCAA victories when he reached his 138th win against Bucknell in the Shane, will enroll in Lafayette in the fall of 2018 and will be a 1997 Navy, NCAA semifinals of the league tournament. member of the football team. His youngest son, Brendan, is a 1998 Navy, NCAA Several of Davis’ former assistant coaches and players at rising junior at Broadneck High School and a member of the varsity Colgate have gone on to great success in college coaching. Three basketball team. are Division I head coaches, one is a Division III head coach and six are on Division I coaching staffs. The head coaches are Jeremy Ballard (Florida International University), Jon Coffman (IPFW), Nathan Davis (Bucknell) and Kevin Curley (McDaniel College). Those on Division I staffs are Rod Balanis (associate head coach at Notre Dame), Brian Regan (director of basketball operations at Pitt), Greg Snyder (director of basketball operations at Vermont), Kelvin Jefferson (assistant coach at Old Dominion), Pat Moore RAISE THE SAIL 25 2018-19 NAVY men's basketball Coaching Staff David Harris enters his first season as an assistant coach for became the program’s video coordinator for the 2014-15 season. the men’s basketball team in the fall of 2018. The Rams compiled a two-year record of 52-19 and advanced to Harris arrives at Navy after spending the last three seasons the NCAA Tournament in both of his years with the team. on the coaching staff of head coach Shaka Smart at Texas. Harris A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, Harris was a student manager was the special assistant, video coordinator in Austin, where under head coach at Florida while he attended the he also served as the program’s summer camp coordinator school during the 2008-09 and 2009-10 academic years. He would and oversaw the team’s community service opportunities. The go on to complete a bachelor’s degree in finance at Ashland in Longhorns advanced to the NCAA Tournament in two of the three 2013, during which time he also played on the basketball team seasons Harris was a member of the staff. for three years. Harris would earn a master’s degree in sports Harris was originally hired by Smart in the summer of 2013 as leadership while working at VCU. a graduate assistant coach at VCU. After one year in that role he

David Harris Assistant Coach Ashland (2013) First Season at Navy

Perry at a Glance Born July 10, 1990 Hometown Cincinnati, Ohio High School Wyoming College Ashland (‘03) Degree B.A., Finance Grad School VCU (‘15) Degree M.A., Center for Sports Leadership

Coaching Experience Year School, Position 2013-14 VCU, grad asst. 2014-15 VCU, video coordinator 2015-18 Texas, video coordinator & special assistant 2018-p. Navy, assistant coach

Playing Experience Year School 2010-13 Ashland

26 RAISE THE SAIL 2018-19 NAVY men’s basketball Coaching Staff Jon Perry begins his sixth season as an assistant coach at Navy were 46-35 in Perry’s three seasons as Quincy’s top assistant. in the 2018-19 season. Perry plays a key role in the development He coached five All-GLVC players and one all-region performer. of Navy’s offensive game plan and opponent scouting and film Twelve student-athletes were named to the Academic All-GLVC list breakdown. Perry is also the Recruiting Coordinator for the men’s in the last three seasons. basketball program and is the Director of Navy Basketball Summer Coach Perry came to Quincy from Penn State University, Camps and Clinics. previously serving at the Director of Basketball Operations in the Perry is also responsible for perimeter player development and 2009 and 2010 seasons. Perry started with Penn State in the fall instruction, organizes scheduling of non-conference opponents, of 2004 as the video coordinator before being promoted to Director oversees student managers and oversees compliance with NCAA of Operations in 2008. rules for the program. He was responsible for the Nittany Lions’ scheduling, Perry helped Navy to a 20-12 record in 2017-18. The 20 wins monitoring academic progress, team travel, player development, were the most by Navy since the 1999-00 season and were tied for basketball camps, team managers and assisting DeChellis with the sixth-most in a single season in program history. Navy also won day-to-day operations. During his time with Penn State, the Nittany the 2018 Star Game by earning a 68-59 win at Army West Point. Lions made two National Invitation Tournament (NIT) appearances, Navy led the Patriot League in scoring defense, rebounding winning the 2009 title and a school-record 27 games. Perry also margin and offensive rebounds per game in 2017-18, and Navy helped Penn State players achieve success in the classroom as ranked in the top-40 of the NCAA in scoring defense for the third- the Nittany Lions produced multiple all-academic Big Ten student- Jon Perry straight season. athletes. Assistant Coach Senior guard Shawn Anderson was named to the All-Patriot Before his tenure at Penn State, Perry was at East Tennessee East Tennessee State (2002) League First Team, while senior guard Bryce Dulin was named to State University, where he was both a player and a graduate Sixth Season at Navy the Patriot League All-Defensive Team. assistant. During that time, the Buccaneers won four straight In 2016-17, Perry helped Navy to a 16-16 overall record Southern Conference North Division titles and posted a record Perry at a Glance and a fourth-place finish in the Patriot League at 10-8. The Mids of 87-57. In Perry’s first season as a graduate assistant (2002- Born August 29, 1978 increased their conference win total for the fifth straight season and 03), ETSU went 20-11 overall, won the school’s first conference Hometown Milton, W. Va. the 10 conference wins were the most for Navy since 2000. tournament title since 1992 and nearly upset No. 2-seeded Wake High School Cabell Midland As the fourth seed in the Patriot League Tournament, Navy Forest in the NCAA Tournament before falling, 75-72. During his College East Tennessee St. (‘02) defeated Holy Cross, 49-42, at home in the quarterfinal round second year as a graduate assistant (2003-04), ETSU finished Degree B.S., to advance to the tournament semifinals for the first time since with a program-best 15-1 record in the conference and won Sports Management 2001. Navy fell to eventual tournament champion and No. 1 seed the Southern Conference North Division for the fourth straight Grad School East Tennessee St. (‘04) Bucknell in the semifinals, 70-65. year, their second overall regular-season title in four years. The Degree M.A., Anderson was named to the All-Patriot League Second Team Buccaneers went on to win the Southern Conference tournament Sports Management following the 2016-17 season and Dulin was named to the Patriot for the second year in a row, again earning a trip to the NCAA Wife Stacey League All-Defensive Team. tournament, where they gave fourth-seeded Cincinnati all it could In 2015-16, Perry helped Navy post its most wins in seven handle in an 80-77 setback. Coaching Experience years with the team’s 19-14 record. Navy was 9-9 in the Patriot A native of Milton, W.Va., Perry graduated from ETSU earning Year School, Position League and finished in a four-way tie for fourth place. Navy’s six- his Bachelor of Science degree in sports management in 2002 and 2003-04 East Tennessee St., grad asst. win improvement from the 2014-15 season ranked as the fourth- his Master of Arts degree in sports management in 2004. Perry is 2005-08 Penn State, video coordinator best improvement from one year to the next in program history. a member of the National Association of Basketball Coaches and 2009-10 Penn State, dir. of ops. Navy also set a program record for most road wins in a season resides in Annapolis with his wife Stacey. 2011 Quincy, assistant coach with 11. 2012-13 Quincy, associate head coach Will Kelly was named the Patriot League Defensive Player 2014-p. Navy, assistant coach of the Year and was also named to the all-league second team. Tilman Dunbar was named to the All-Patriot League Third Team. Playing Experience Year School Perry helped Navy double its conference win total to eight 1999-02 East Tennessee State victories in 2014-15, his second season at Navy. Navy won 13 games overall, which was a four-win improvement from the 2013-14 season. Navy posted three wins over Army in 2014-15, including a victory in the Patriot League Tournament. Worth Smith was named to the All-Patriot League First Team. In his first season in 2013-14, Perry helped Navy improve its win total from the previous season and the team doubled its conference win total. Navy also ranked 57th in the country in scoring defense and had the second-lowest turnover total in school history. Perry joined Navy after spending the previous three seasons as an assistant and associate head coach at Quincy (Ill.), an NCAA Division II member in the tradition-rich Great Lakes Valley Conference. Prior to that, Perry was on DeChellis’ staff at Penn State as the Director of Basketball Operations and starred on the hardwood under DeChellis as East Tennessee State. Perry spent three seasons on the Quincy staff, joining the Hawks on the bench prior to the 2010-11 season when they won the GLVC North championship, and was elevated to associate head coach prior to the 2011-12 season. Overall, the Hawks RAISE THE SAIL 27 2018-19 NAVY men's basketball Coaching Staff Brandon Spayd starts his second season as Strength for his final three years (2013-16) at Penn State. Coach / Operations for the Navy Men’s Basketball program in Spayd worked primarily with the men’s and women’s 2018-19. Spayd leads the strength and conditioning program for basketball programs while at Penn State, while also assisting with men’s basketball, while also overseeing a number of operations football. responsibilities for the program. Spayd also interned with Penn State in the summer of 2010 In his first season at Navy in 2017-18, Spayd helped the Mids and spent one year as an intern in the Juniata College strength to a 20-12 record. The 20 wins were the most by Navy since and conditioning department. the 1999-00 season and were tied for the sixth-most in a single Spayd graduated from Juniata College in 2010 with a season in program history. Navy also won the 2018 Star Game by bachelor’s degree in sports management and marketing. He earning a 68-59 win at Army West Point. earned a master’s degree in exercise science - performance Navy led the Patriot League in scoring defense, rebounding enhancement and injury prevention from California University of margin and offensive rebounds per game in 2017-18, and Navy Pennsylvania in 2011. ranked in the top-40 of the NCAA in scoring defense. Senior Spayd was a four-year starting strong safety on the Juniata guard Shawn Anderson was named to the All-Patriot League First College football team. He was a two-time team captain and he Team, while senior guard Bryce Dulin was named to the Patriot earned NSCA All-America honors in 2009. League All-Defensive Team. Spayd is certified as a U.S. Weightlifting Level I Sports Spayd arrived at Navy after serving as the Director of Performance Coach and a NASM Performance Enhancement Brandon Spayd Performance in the strength and conditioning department at the Specialist. He holds certifications from the National Association of Strength Coach / Operations Alabama University at Birmingham (UAB) during the 2016-17 Speed and Explosion and has a Level I SKOGG System Coach Juniata (2010) season. Spayd led all aspects of strength and conditioning for Certification. He is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Second Season at Navy the men’s and women’s basketball programs and the men’s and Coach from the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches women’s golf programs. Association and is a National Strength and Conditioning Spayd at a Glance Prior to UAB, Spayd spent six years at Penn State in the Association Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. Born April 17, 1987 strength and conditioning department. Spayd was an Assistant Hometown Huntingdon, Pa. Strength and Conditioning Coach for his first three years (2010- College Juniata (‘10) 13) and was promoted to Performance Enhancement Coordinator Degree B.S., Sports Management / Marketing Grad School Cal. U. of Pa. (‘11) Degree M.S., Exercise Science - Performance Enhancement / Injury Prevention

Coaching Experience Year School, Position 2009 Juniata, strength & conditioning intern 2010 Penn State, summer strength & conditioning intern 2010-13 Penn State, assistant strength & conditioning coach 2013-16 Penn State, strength & conditioning coordinator 2016-17 UAB, director of performance enhancement 2009 Juniata, strength & conditioning intern 2017-p. Navy, strength & conditioning coach / operations

Playing Experience Year School 2006-09 Juniata (football)

28 RAISE THE SAIL 2018-19 NAVY men’s basketball Basketball Support Staff

Hannah Jaussen Shari Mangas Athletic Trainer Equipment Manager

Chris Eberle Capt. David Roberts, USN Capt. Derric Turner, USN Faculty Representative Officer Representative Officer Representative

Scott Strasemeier Justin Kischefsky Sport Administrator Sports Information

RAISE THE SAIL 29 2018-19 NAVY men's basketball Director of Athletics In his 17 years as Director of Athletics, Chet Gladchuk has Baltimore and WFED (1500 AM, 1050 AM, 820 AM) in Washington overseen a renaissance of the Naval Academy athletic program. His D.C./Northern Virginia to Navy’s radio network. administrative leadership has helped lead the program to one of the WBAL Radio, which is also the home of the Ravens, is most successful periods in school history. Maryland’s dominant and most powerful radio station. In 2017-18, Navy won a school-record 68 percent of its contests WFED Radio, which is also the home of the Washington (336-159-3) and authored the greatest comeback in the history of the Nationals, is a 50,000-watt station that will air a minimum of 10 Army-Navy series by winning the final seven stars and 10 of the last regular-season football games. 11 to defeat Army 13-9-2 in the Star series (.583). Since being introduced as the Academy’s 28th Director of The Mids had 12 All-Americans, 21 conference or regional Athletics on Sept. 4, 2001, Gladchuk has pressed forward on coaches of the year, 12 conference athletes of the year and won 16 numerous fronts with energy and vision. From the hiring of some conference championships. of the top coaches in the country to the renovation of Navy-Marine Navy won the Patriot League Presidents’ Cup, which is awarded Corps Memorial Stadium, Gladchuk has made improvements in to the member institution with the highest cumulative sports point several key areas that will prove more success on the athletic fields total based on conference championships and final regular season for years to come. standings in sponsored men’s and women’s sports, for the sixth time During Gladchuk’s tenure at the Naval Academy, he has seen the in the last seven years. Navy had never won the Presidents’ Cup Midshipmen win 165 conference titles, produce 221 All-Americans Chet Gladchuk prior to Gladchuk coming to Navy. and 100 Academic All-Americans. Director of Athletics Navy got it done in the classroom as well with 23 of Navy’s He has embraced the local community and alumni base and is Boston College (1973) 24 NCAA sponsored teams above the national average for their an often-requested speaker, visiting areas all over the country as 18th Season at Navy respective sport in the Academic Progress Report. Additionally, eight he shares the vision of the Naval Academy and the Naval Academy Mids were named Academic All-Americans and seven were named Athletic Association. Gladchuk at a Glance College Boston College (1973) Patriot League Scholar-Athlete of the Year in their respective sports. Gladchuk’s biggest impact on the Naval Academy has been Degree Business Management Gladchuk’s efforts have been recognized on a national level. He the $78 million renovation of Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium Grad School Massachusetts (1974) was one of four finalists in the spring of 2016 for the Sports Business where under his leadership the stadium was completely refurbished Master’s Sport Admistration Journal’s Athletic Director of the Year award and received the John L. over a 10-year time frame. Gladchuk has worked closely with the Family Toner Award from the National Football Foundation in December of city, county, state and neighborhood associations to ensure proper Wife Kathy 2016, which recognizes an athletics director who has demonstrated communication and sensitivity to issues that benefit both the NAAA Son John superior administrative abilities and shown outstanding dedication and community at large. The NAAA was awarded the Green Star Daughter Katie to college athletics and particularly college football. Gladchuk was award by former Annapolis Mayor Ellen Moyer for commitment to the Daughter Christie lauded for engineering the move to the American Athletic Conference Daughter Julie environment during the ongoing renovation of Navy-Marine Corps for football, which will secure Navy’s future as a strong FBS program Memorial Stadium. Gladchuk Experience for years to come. Gladchuk and the NAAA have also teamed up with the Naval Year School, Position Gladchuk won the Bobby Dodd Athletic Director of the Year Academy Foundation to raise private funds for facilities such as 2001-p Navy, Director of Athletics Award in 2005. The award is presented in recognition of an the Brigade Sports Complex (golf, tennis, hockey and rugby), Max 1997-01 Houston, Director of Athletics athletic director’s support and commitment toward the successful Bishop Stadium (baseball), varsity squash courts, various team 1990-97 Boston College, advancement of the department, most specifically in the sport of locker rooms and a number of practice facilities. Over the past Director of Intercollegiate football. Additionally, he was recognized by the Secretary of the Navy decade over $200 million dollars has been raised in support of the Athletics / Intramurals and for his contributions and service to the Navy and the Naval Academy physical mission and intercollegiate athletics. Recreation 1987-90 Tulane, Athletic Director with the Superior Public Service Award to the Department of the Other highlights during Gladchuk’s tenure at the Naval Academy 1985-87 Syracuse, Navy. include the renegotiation of the Army-Navy contract which resulted Assoc. Athletic Director Gladchuk has been able to parlay Navy’s athletic success into a in over $46 million to the two schools over an eight-year period, 1978-85 Massachusetts, television deal with CBS Sports Network that has increased Navy’s scheduling Maryland, Notre Dame, Ohio State and Army at Director of General Physical Ed. / television exposure both in the and internationally. M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore to promote Navy football in the Asst. & Assoc. Athletic Director CBS Sports Network, the first 24-hour college sports network, community, negotiating the extension of the Navy-Notre Dame 1974-78 New Hampton Prep televises every Navy home and select neutral site football games football game television contract with CBS through 2018 and the Dir. of Athletics / Football Coach (excluding Notre Dame and Army which are televised nationally by Army-Navy contract with CBS through 2028 and negotiating bowl CBS), as well as other Midshipmen men’s and women’s athletic deals with the Houston, Emerald, Poinsettia, Meineke Car Care, Awards / Honors 2005 Bobby Dodd A.D. of the Year events, original programming and documentaries centered on EagleBank, Texas, Armed Forces and Military Bowls. 2016 John L. Toner Award the storied Navy athletic program. The long-term, multi-media Gladchuk is heavily involved with NCAA, the American Athletic agreement includes internet streaming, broadband and video- Conference and Patriot League committees. He was selected to on-demand rights and high definition rights. A major part of the serve on the NCAA Leadership Council, which is one of the highest agreement was that all home football games would be played on NCAA appointments an athletic director can realize. The council Saturday for the convenience of the Navy alumni. Navy sports are helps set the Division I legislative agenda and advises the NCAA seen all over the world with the international distribution of Navy regarding major legislative issues being considered. programming, especially to the troops serving abroad. Navy’s Gladchuk has been on the NACDA (National Association of contract with CBS Sports Network runs through 2018. In addition, Collegiate Athletic Directors) Executive Committee and currently as a member of the American Athletic Conference for football, every serves as the Chairman of the Executive Committee in the Patriot away game is now televised. League and a member of the NCAA Olympic Sport Liaison Gladchuk has also added radio giants WBAL (1090 AM) in Committee. 30 RAISE THE SAIL 2018-19 NAVY men’s basketball Director of Athletics Gladchuk came to the Naval Academy from the University of Houston, where he had been the Director of Athletics for four years and guided the Cougars to 19 Conference USA Past Athletic Directors Championships, while making significant strides in the academic success of their student- Harris Laning 1895 1910-12 John E. Whelchel ’20 1943-44 athletes, gender equity and fiscal management. Arthur P. Fairchild ’01 1912-15 Harles O. Humphreys ’22 1944-46 Before Houston, Gladchuk was the Director of Intercollegiate Athletics, Intramurals and Charles Earle Smith ’03 1915-17 Edmund B. Taylor ’25 1946-48 Recreation for seven years at his alma mater, Boston College. Under Gladchuk, Boston William F. Halsey Jr. ’04 1917-18 Thomas J. Hamilton ’27 1948 College emerged as one of the NCAA’s elite programs of the 1990s winning numerous Big Douglas L. Howard ’06 1918-23 Henry H. Caldwell ’27 1949-51 East and NCAA Championships. The school’s graduation rate for all student-athletes was over Byron McCandless ’05 1923-25 Ian C. Eddy ’30 1951-54 90 percent and the Eagles won the College Football Association’s Academic Achievement Jonas H. Ingram ’07 1925-30 Charles Elliott Loughlin ’33 1954-57 Henry D. Cook Jr. ’03 1930-31 ’35 1957-59 Award for the highest graduation rates among all Division I schools in three of his last five John W. Wilcox Jr. ’05 1931-34 Asbury Coward ’38 1959-62 years at Boston College. Gladchuk led the Alumni Stadium expansion effort, which resulted in Robert C. Giffen ’07 1934-37 William S. Busik ’43 1962-65 a $35 million improvement to the football stadium. Ernest W. McKee ’08 1937-40 Alan R. Cameron ’44 1965-68 Prior to rejoining Boston College, Gladchuk served as AD at Tulane University from 1987- Thomas S. King II ’11 1940-42 J. O. Coppedge ’47 1968-88 90. During his tenure, he directed the reinstatement of the Green Wave basketball program Harvey E. Overesch ’15 1942 1988-2001 to Division I status. In addition, he oversaw the construction of new facilities for the athletics Lyman S. Perry ’20 1942-43 Chet Gladchuk 2001-present administration as well as baseball, track and field and tennis teams after a $25 million athletics campaign was successfully completed. From 1985-87, he served as Associate AD at Syracuse University, heading operations, NCAA compliance, financial aid and facility operations. Gladchuk lettered in football at Boston College and graduated with honors in business management in 1973. He earned a master’s in sports administration from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst in 1974, where he began his career in intercollegiate athletics, including serving for seven years as Director of General Physical Education, Assistant and Associate Athletic Director for the university. He also has served as Director of Athletics and head football coach for the New Hampton (Prep) School in New Hampshire prior to leaving for UMass. He and his wife, Kathy, have four children: John, a graduate of Loyola Marymount; Katie, a graduate of Boston College; Christie, a graduate of Trinity; and Julie, a graduate of the University of North Carolina.