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2019 Army Black Knights football
ConferenceIndependent
2019 record0–0
Head coachJeff Monken (6th season)
Offensive coordinatorBrent Davis (6th season)
Offensive schemeTriple option
Defensive coordinatorJohn Loose (1st season)
Base defense3–4
CaptainCole Christiansen
Kelvin Hopkins Jr.
Elijah Riley
Home stadiumMichie Stadium
(Capacity: 38,000)
Seasons
← 2018
2020 →
2019 Division I FBS independents football records
v · d · e Conf     Overall
Team   W   L         W   L  
Army               0 0  
BYU               0 0  
Liberty               0 0  
New Mexico State               0 0  
Notre Dame               0 0  
UMass               0 0  
As of March 29, 2020 • Rankings from AP Poll

The 2019 Army Black Knights football team represents the United States Military Academy in the 2019 NCAA Division I FBS football season. The Black Knights are led by sixth-year head coach Jeff Monken and play their home games at Michie Stadium. They compete as an independent. Due to playing an away game at Hawaii and the NCAA's Hawaii Scheduling Exemption, the Black Knights play a 13-game regular season in 2019.

Previous seasonEdit

The Black Knights finished the 2018 season with a record of 11–2 and finished ranked No. 19 in the AP Poll and No. 20 in the Coaches' Poll. They won the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy for a second year in a row (first time ever), defeated archrival Navy for the third year in a row (first time since 1992-1996 seasons), played in and won their third straight bowl game (first time ever), finished with consecutive 10-win seasons (first time ever), finished with a second straight unbeaten record (6–0) at home to extend their home winning streak to 13 in a row, won the Lambert Trophy (first time since 1958),[1] and finished with their first 11-win season ever.

Quarterback Kelvin Hopkins Jr. tied the academy records for total number of rushing touchdowns (17) and total number of touchdowns responsible for (23), as well as becoming the first Army player to rush and pass for over 1,000 yards each[2] in a single season (1,017 and 1,026 respectively).[3] Coach Monken was awarded the George Munger Collegiate Coach of the Year Award by the Maxwell Football Club,[4] the Vince Lombardi College Football Coach of the Year Award by the Lombardi Foundation,[5] and the President's Award by the Touchdown Club of Columbus.[6]

PreseasonEdit

OffseasonEdit

Defensive coordinator Jay Bateman announced in December 2018 that he would be leaving to become the co-defensive coordinator and safeties coach at North Carolina under newly hired coach Mack Brown.[7] Weeks later, head football strength and conditioning coach Brian Hess was announced as joining Bateman at North Carolina.[8] Assistant football strength and conditioning coach Maurice Sims would also leave for North Carolina within the month. Safeties coach John Loose, after serving as the interim defensive coordinator for the 2018 Lockheed Martin Armed Forces Bowl victory over Houston, was announced as the full-time replacement at defensive coordinator on January 10, 2019.[9]

On January 14, 2019, Army West Point announced a new multi-year contract extension for head coach Jeff Monken through the 2024 season.[10] On the same day Army beat writer for the Times Herald-Record, Sal Interdonato, broke the news that Kansas Wesleyan head coach Matt Drinkall had joined the Army football staff as an offensive analyst.[11][12] On January 18, Interdonato revealed that defensive line coach Chad Wilt had taken the same position with the Cincinnati Bearcats.[13]

On January 31, the West Point athletics department announced that Matt Hachmann would be joining the football staff as the outside linebackers coach.[14] He had spent the past two years as the linebackers coach at Stony Brook, and before that eight years as defensive coordinator at Towson. Because of his posting as linebackers coach, several defensive assistant coaches changed positions of responsibility. Coach Daryl Dixon, the former outside linebackers coach, is now responsible for cornerbacks, and Coach Christian-Young, the former cornerbacks coach, is now responsible for safeties. Additionally, assistant strength and conditioning coach Conor Hughes was promoted to head football strength and conditioning coach. On February 5, Coach Monken's last assistant coach position was filled with the announcement of the hire of Kevin Lewis as defensive line coach.[15] Lewis had spent the previous five seasons as the defensive line coach at William & Mary

On February 19 it was announced that Rusty Whitt and GC Yerry had been hired to serve as the two assistant football strength and conditioning coaches, filling out the remaining open positions on Monken's staff.[16] Whitt joined the staff after serving as the head football strength and conditioning coach at Texas Tech from 2016−2018, while Yerry joined after serving as the director of athletic performance at Stony Brook, also from 2016−2018.

On March 19, the West Point athletics department announced that Jim Collins would join the staff as the new Director of Player Personnel.[17] Collins brings 25 years of head coaching experience at the Division II and Division III levels, including tenures as the head coach at the University of Dubuque from 1994−1996, Capital University (OH) from 1997−2007, and most recently at Saginaw Valley State from 2008−2018.

The Black Knights began their spring football session on March 7th and concluded it on April 12th with the annual Black and Gold Spring Game, where the Black team completed a fourth quarter comeback to win 35−28 in overtime.[18] Following the conclusion of spring ball, rising firsties Kelvin Hopkins Jr. and Elijah Riley were named team captains in addition to returning 2018 captain Cole Christiansen.[19]

The Black Knights' fall camp began on August 1st and will consist of 14 practices, finishing up on August 17th with an intrasquad scrimmage at Michie Stadium.[20]

Award watch listsEdit

Listed in the order that they were released.

Award Player Position Year
Lott IMPACT Trophy[21] Cole Christiansen LB SR
Maxwell Award[22] Kelvin Hopkins Jr. QB SR
Chuck Bednarik Award[23] Elijah Riley CB SR
Davey O'Brien Award[24] Kelvin Hopkins Jr. QB SR
Rimington Trophy[25] Peyton Reeder C JR
Bronko Nagurski Trophy[26] Elijah Riley CB SR
Bobby Dodd Coach of the Year[27] Jeff Monken HC --
Walter Camp Award[28] Kelvin Hopkins Jr. QB SR
CFPA National Performer of the Year[29] Kelvin Hopkins Jr. QB SR

PersonnelEdit

Coaching staffEdit

Name Position First year position First year Army Alma Mater
Jeff Monken Head Coach 2014 2014 Millikin
Offensive staff
Brent Davis Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line 2014 2014 Georgia
Marcus Edwards Wide Receivers 2018 2018 South Florida
Sean Saturnio Tight Ends 2018 2014 Hawaii
Pat Tresey Offensive Line 2018 2016 Mount St. Joseph
Mike Viti Fullbacks 2016 2016 Army
Mitch Ware Quarterbacks 2014 2014 Southwest Missouri State
Tucker Waugh Running Backs 2015 20071 DePauw
Defensive staff
John Loose Defensive Coordinator 2019 20142 Ithaca
Josh Christian–Young Safeties 2019 2015 Central Missouri
Kevin Corless Inside Linebackers 2014 2014 Northwest Missouri State
Daryl Dixon Cornerbacks 2019 2016 Florida
Matt Hachmann Outside Linebackers 2019 2019 St. Thomas (Minn.)
Kevin Lewis Defensive Line 2019 2019 Virginia Tech
Special teams staff
Mike Krysl Special Teams Coordinator 2018 2018 Central Missouri
Quality control staff
Matt Drinkall Offensive Quality Control 2019 2019 Western Illinois–Quad Cities
Rick Lyster Defensive Quality Control 2019 2018 Lafayette
Strength and conditioning staff
Scott Swanson Director of Strength & Conditioning 1998 19983 Wake Forest
Conor Hughes Head Football Strength & Conditioning 2019 2017 Springfield College (Mass.)
Rusty Whitt Assistant Football Strength & Conditioning 2019 2019 Abilene Christian
GC Yerry Assistant Football Strength & Conditioning 2019 2019 Stony Brook
Support staff
Clayton Kendrick-Holmes Chief of Staff/Director of Football Operations 2018 2018 Navy
CPT Blake Powers Admissions Support Officer 2018 2018 Indiana
Jim Collins Director of Player Personnel 2019 2019 Wittenberg
Devon Doyle Assistant Director of Recruiting Operations 2019 2019
Danny Payne Director of Scouting 2017 2017 Kennesaw State
Brett Moore Director of On-Campus Recruiting 2017 2017 Georgia Southern
Lawrence Scott Director of Player Development 2018 2018 Army
Jack O'Reilly Director of Video Operations 2018 2018 Clemson
Michael Zeoli Assistant Director of Video Operations 2017 2017 William Paterson
  1. Tucker Waugh also served as the wide receivers coach at Army from 2000 to 2004.
  2. John Loose also served as the linebackers coach at Army from 1992 to 1999.
  3. Scott Swanson also served as an Assistant Strength & Conditioning coach at Army from 1995 to 1996.
Source:[30]

RosterEdit

The Army football roster one week into the 2019 fall camp (as of Aug 12, 2019):[31]

2019 Army Black Knights roster

Quarterback

  •   1 Jabari Laws, Sophomore (5'9, 172)
  •   2 Tyhier Tyler, Sophomore (5'8, 174)
  •   8 Kelvin Hopkins Jr., Senior (5'10, 205)
  • 13 Christian Anderson, Junior (6'1, 165)
  • 17 Clay Czyzynski, Sophomore (6'0, 200)

Slot Back

  •   5 Kell Walker, Senior (5'9, 195)
  • 16 Malik Hancock, Senior (5'8, 170)
  • 19 Dominic Distefano, Junior (5'7, 170)
  • 21 Zack Boobas, Junior (5'10, 180)
  • 22 Markens Pierre, Sophomore (5'11, 210)
  • 27 Brandon Walters, Sophomore (5'11, 175)
  • 29 A.J. Howard, Sophomore (6'0, 200)
  • 30 Ton Evans, Sophomore (5'8, 185)
  • 32 Artice Hobbs IV, Junior (5'9, 175)
  • 48 Kaelin Byrd, Sophomore (5'11, 205)

Fullback

  •   3 Sandon McCoy, Junior (5'11, 215)
  • 25 Connor Slomka, Senior (6'0, 240)
  • 40 Cade Barnard, Sophomore (6'3, 220)
  • 34 Rashaad Bolton, Senior (5'11, 235)

Wide Receiver

  •   6 Glen Coates, Senior (6'0, 195)
  • 10 Jordan Blackman, Junior (5'11, 165)
  • 14 Michael Roberts, Sophomore (6'3, 185)
  • 80 Chris Gregg, Senior (6'0, 190)
  • 82 Kjetil Cline, Senior (6'0, 205)
  • 84 Kevin Hamilton, Sophomore (6'1, 188)
  • 86 Christian Hayes, Senior (6'0, 200)
  • 87 Sean Eckert, Sophomore (6'3, 204)
  • 88 Camden Harrison, Junior (6'2, 195)
  • 89 Jalen Moy, Sophomore (6'4, 190)

Punter

  • 17 Zach Potter, Senior (5'10, 200)
  • 43 Brooks Hosea, Sophomore (6'0, 175)
  • 46 Zach Harding, Sophomore (6'5, 200)
 

Tight End

  • 39 Bryton Belvin, Sophomore (6'7, 230)
  • 46 Chris Cameron, Sophomore (6'4, 205)
  • 81 Jake Lauer, Junior (6'3, 235)
  • 83 Zach Saum, Senior (6'5, 250)
  • 85 Eddie Crutchfield, Sophomore (6'3, 225)

Offensive Lineman

  • 51 Kameron Holloway, Sophomore (6'3, 250)
  • 56 Mason Kolinchak, Sophomore (6'2, 250)
  • 55 J.B. Hunter, Junior (6'4, 265)
  • 59 Mike Johnson, Senior (6'3, 280)
  • 60 Alex Herndon, Senior (6'2, 260)
  • 63 Jake Baumert, Senior (6'3, 300)
  • 66 Noah Knapp, Sophomore (6'0, 260)
  • 67 Dean Powell, Sophomore (6'1, 285)
  • 68 Luke McCleery, Junior (6'5, 260)
  • 69 Dan Lord, Sophomore (6'5, 220)
  • 70 Zach Ward, Sophomore (6'6, 250)
  • 73 Jaxson Deaton, Senior (6'4, 310)
  • 75 Jack Sides, Senior (6'2, 285)
  • 76 Peyton Reeder, Junior (6'6, 290)
  • 77 Noah Utley, Senior (6'4, 275)
  • 79 Nick Kotok, Sophomore (6'2, 260)

Defensive Lineman

  • 18 Jake Ellington, Senior (6'3, 240)
  • 55 Edriece Patterson, Junior (6'3, 245)
  • 56 Nick Stokes, Junior (6'5, 265)
  • 57 Jacob Covington, Senior (6'2, 260)
  • 90 Jack Hough, Junior (6'3, 230)
  • 91 Ryan Duran III, Sophomore (6'5, 220)
  • 93 Rod Stoddard, Senior (5'11, 280)
  • 95 Nolan Cockrill, Sophomore (6'3, 230)
  • 97 Kwabena Bonsu, Sophomore (6'4, 260)
 

Linebacker

  • 11 Donavan Lynch, Senior (6'0, 215)
  • 15 Ryan Parker, Senior (6'0, 230)
  • 31 Joe Stephenson, Junior (6'0, 205)
  • 34 Jack King, Senior (6'2, 215)
  • 36 Nate Jones, Sophomore (6'2, 215)
  • 42 Wilson Catoe, Sophomore (6'2, 225)
  • 43 Jeremiah Lowery, Junior (6'2, 240)
  • 44 Gavin Bassett, Junior (6'1, 215)
  • 47 Jarrod Jones, Senior (5'10, 210)
  • 47 Jon Rhattigan, Junior (6'1, 220)
  • 49 Kemonte Yow, Sophomore (6'1, 225)
  • 52 Amadeo West, Senior (6'2, 255)
  • 53 Arik Smith, Sophomore (6'0, 230)
  • 54 Cole Christiansen, Senior (6'2, 225)

Defensive Back

  •   2 Malkelm Morrison, Sophomore (5'10, 180)
  •   4 Akyah Miranda, Sophomore (5'9, 160)
  •   5 Jason Longwell, Sophomore (5'11, 191)
  •   6 Caleb John, Sophomore (5'10, 174)
  •   7 Jaylon McClinton, Senior (5'10, 200)
  •   8 Jahvari Bourdeau, Junior (5'9, 185)
  •   9 Ke'Shaun Wells, Junior (6'3, 195)
  • 13 Chris Skyers, Junior (5'11, 165)
  • 20 Cameron Jones, Senior (6'0, 200)
  • 21 Dean Ngendakuriyo, Junior (5'10, 190)
  • 22 Cedrick Cunningham Jr., Sophomore (6'0, 190)
  • 23 Elijah Riley, Senior (6'0, 205)
  • 26 Ryan Velez, Senior (5'11, 200)
  • 32 Johnathan Andrews, Sophomore (6'1, 176)

Kicker

  •   1 Landon Salyers, Junior (6'1, 190)
  •   6 Michael Leisle, Junior (6'0, 185)
  • 45 David Cooper, Senior (6'2, 185)

Long Snapper

  • 39 Paul Lawless, Junior (6'3, 215)
  • 48 Kyle O'Connor, Junior (6'1, 245)
  • 89 Scott Flanick, Senior (6'2, 235)

Depth chartEdit

Depth chart as of April 23, 2019.[32]


Defensive Starters


FS
Jaylon McClinton
Michael Williams


RUSH WILL MIKE SLB
Jeremiah Lowery Arik Smith Cole Christiansen {{{LOLB_Starter}}}
Donavan Lynch Ryan Parker Kemonte Yow {{{LOLB_Backup}}}
BS
Cameron Jones
Cedrick Cunningham
CB
Jahvari Bourdeau
Akyah Miranda


DE NT DE
Jacob Covington Rod Stoddard Jake Ellington
Kwabena Bonsu Connor Smith Nolan Cockrill
Nick Stokes
CB
Elijah Riley*
Malkelm Morrison
Offensive Starters
WR
Kjetil Cline
Kevin Hamilton
SB
Kell Walker*
Malik Hancock
LT LG C RG RT
Alex Herndon Jaxson Deaton Jack Sides Peyton Reeder J.B. Hunter
Luke McCleery Noah Utley Noah Knapp Mike Johnson Zach Ward
Dean Powell Kamaron Holloway
SB
Artice Hobbs IV
Dominic Distefano
WR
Cam Harrison
Chris Gregg
QB
Kelvin Hopkins Jr.
Jabari Laws
Christian Anderson OR Tyhier Tyler
Key Reserves
TEZach Saum & Chris Cameron




FB
Connor Slomka
Sandon McCoy*
Special Teams
PKLandon Salyers & David Cooper
PZach Potter* & Zach Harding
KRKell Walker* & Sandon McCoy*
PRKell Walker* & Elijah Riley*
LSScott Flanick & Paul Lawless
HZach Potter*


Depth Chart 2019
True Freshman
Double Position : *

ScheduleEdit

DateTimeOpponentSiteTVResultAttendance
August 306:00 p.m.RiceCBSSN  
September 712:00 p.m.at MichiganFOX
September 143:30 p.m.at UTSANFLN
September 2112:00 p.m.Morgan State
  • Michie Stadium
  • West Point, NY
CBSSN
October 512:00 p.m.Tulanedagger
  • Michie Stadium
  • West Point, NY
CBSSN
October 127:00 p.m.at Western KentuckyStadium
October 197:00 p.m.at Georgia State
October 2612:00 p.m.San Jose State
  • Michie Stadium
  • West Point, NY
CBSSN
November 23:30 p.m.at Air ForceCBSSN
November 912:00 p.m.UMass
  • Michie Stadium
  • West Point, NY
CBSSN
November 1612:00 p.m.VMI
  • Michie Stadium
  • West Point, NY
CBSSN
December 112:30 a.m.at HawaiiCBSSN
December 143:00 p.m.vs. NavyCBS
Source:[33]

RankingsEdit

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Game summariesEdit

RiceEdit

Overall record Last meeting Result
3–4–1 2017 ARMY, 49–12
Rice Owls at Army Black Knights
1 2 3 4 Total
Owls

0

Black Knights

0

at Michie Stadium, West Point, NY

Statistics RICE ARMY
First downs
3rd down efficiency
4th down efficiency
Plays–yards
Rushes–yards
Passing yards
Passing: Comp–Att–Int
Penalties–yards
Turnovers
Time of possession

at MichiganEdit

Overall record Last meeting Result
5–4 1962 MICH, 17–7
Army Black Knights at Michigan Wolverines
1 2 3 4 Total
Black Knights

0

Wolverines

0

at Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, MI

Statistics ARMY MICH
First downs
3rd down efficiency
4th down efficiency
Plays–yards
Rushes–yards
Passing yards
Passing: Comp–Att–Int
Penalties–yards
Turnovers
Time of possession

at UTSAEdit

Overall record Last meeting Result
First meeting
Army Black Knights at UTSA Roadrunners
1 2 3 4 Total
Black Knights

0

Roadrunners

0

at Alamodome, San Antonio, TX

Statistics ARMY UTSA
First downs
3rd down efficiency
4th down efficiency
Plays–yards
Rushes–yards
Passing yards
Passing: Comp–Att–Int
Penalties–yards
Turnovers
Time of possession

Morgan StateEdit

Overall record Last meeting Result
2–0 2016 ARMY, 60–3
Morgan State Bears at Army Black Knights
1 2 3 4 Total
Bears

0

Black Knights

0

at Michie Stadium, West Point, NY

Statistics MSU ARMY
First downs
3rd down efficiency
4th down efficiency
Plays–yards
Rushes–yards
Passing yards
Passing: Comp–Att–Int
Penalties–yards
Turnovers
Time of possession

TulaneEdit

Overall record Last meeting Result
9–11–1 2017 TLN, 21–17
Tulane Green Wave at Army Black Knights
1 2 3 4 Total
Green Wave

0

Black Knights

0

at Michie Stadium, West Point, NY

Statistics TUL ARMY
First downs
3rd down efficiency
4th down efficiency
Plays–yards
Rushes–yards
Passing yards
Passing: Comp–Att–Int
Penalties–yards
Turnovers
Time of possession

at Western KentuckyEdit

Overall record Last meeting Result
0–2 2014 WKU, 52–24
Army Black Knights at Western Kentucky Hilltoppers
1 2 3 4 Total
Black Knights

0

Hilltoppers

0

at Houchens Industries–L. T. Smith Stadium, Bowling Green, KY

Statistics ARMY WKU
First downs
3rd down efficiency
4th down efficiency
Plays–yards
Rushes–yards
Passing yards
Passing: Comp–Att–Int
Penalties–yards
Turnovers
Time of possession

at Georgia StateEdit

Overall record Last meeting Result
First meeting
Army Black Knights at Georgia State Panthers
1 2 3 4 Total
Black Knights

0

Panthers

0

at Georgia State Stadium, Atlanta, GA

Statistics ARMY GSU
First downs
3rd down efficiency
4th down efficiency
Plays–yards
Rushes–yards
Passing yards
Passing: Comp–Att–Int
Penalties–yards
Turnovers
Time of possession

San Jose StateEdit

Overall record Last meeting Result
1–0 2018 ARMY, 52–3
San Jose State Spartans at Army Black Knights
1 2 3 4 Total
Spartans

0

Black Knights

0

at Michie Stadium, West Point, NY

Statistics SJSU ARMY
First downs
3rd down efficiency
4th down efficiency
Plays–yards
Rushes–yards
Passing yards
Passing: Comp–Att–Int
Penalties–yards
Turnovers
Time of possession

at Air ForceEdit

Overall record Last meeting Result
16–36–1 2018 ARMY, 17–14
Army Black Knights at Air Force Falcons
1 2 3 4 Total
Black Knights

0

Falcons

0

at Falcon Stadium, Colorado Springs, CO

Statistics ARMY AFA
First downs
3rd down efficiency
4th down efficiency
Plays–yards
Rushes–yards
Passing yards
Passing: Comp–Att–Int
Penalties–yards
Turnovers
Time of possession

UMassEdit

Overall record Last meeting Result
2–0 2005 ARMY, 34–27
UMass Minutemen at Army Black Knights
1 2 3 4 Total
Minutemen

0

Black Knights

0

at Michie Stadium, West Point, NY

Statistics UMASS ARMY
First downs
3rd down efficiency
4th down efficiency
Plays–yards
Rushes–yards
Passing yards
Passing: Comp–Att–Int
Penalties–yards
Turnovers
Time of possession

VMIEdit

Overall record Last meeting Result
14–1 2010 ARMY, 29–7
VMI Keydets at Army Black Knights
1 2 3 4 Total
Keydets

0

Black Knights

0

at Michie Stadium, West Point, NY

Statistics VMI ARMY
First downs
3rd down efficiency
4th down efficiency
Plays–yards
Rushes–yards
Passing yards
Passing: Comp–Att–Int
Penalties–yards
Turnovers
Time of possession

at HawaiiEdit

Overall record Last meeting Result
1–3 2018 ARMY, 28–21
Army Black Knights at Hawaii Rainbow Warriors
1 2 3 4 Total
Black Knights

0

Rainbow Warriors

0

at Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, HI

Statistics ARMY HAW
First downs
3rd down efficiency
4th down efficiency
Plays–yards
Rushes–yards
Passing yards
Passing: Comp–Att–Int
Penalties–yards
Turnovers
Time of possession

vs. NavyEdit

Overall record Last meeting Result
52–60–7 2018 ARMY, 17–10
Army Black Knights vs. Navy Midshipmen (120th Army-Navy Game)
1 2 3 4 Total
Black Knights

0

Midshipmen

0

at Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, PA

Statistics ARMY NAVY
First downs
3rd down efficiency
4th down efficiency
Plays–yards
Rushes–yards
Passing yards
Passing: Comp–Att–Int
Penalties–yards
Turnovers
Time of possession


Source:[47]

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