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CISM Opening Ceremonies

By Anthony Perez, 37th Training Wing Public Affairs

 

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USA Armed Forces Men's Basketball Team is introduced at Opening Ceremony. Photo by Anthony Perez  Hi Res
 
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Brig. General Dr. Gianna Gola, International Military Sports Council president delivers address at Opening Ceremony. Photo by Anthony Perez  Hi Res
 
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Brig. General Len Patrick, 37th Training Wing commander, and Brig. General Dr. Gianna Gola, International Military Sports Council president, share a few words after the CISM Basketball Championship opening ceremonies. CISM is celebrating is 60th anniversary of promoting friendship through sports. Photo by Anthony Perez  Hi Res

LACKLAND AIR FORCE BASE — The International Military Sports Council Basketball Championships began at 9 a.m. at the Lackland Parade Grounds.

CISM President Italian Brig. Gen. (Dr.) Gianni Gola officially opened the games following a warm introduction by Brig. Gen. Len Patrick, 37th Training Wing commander.

“In the end, it won’t matter who wins,” General Patrick said. “The most important thing will be the new friends we make through this competition.”

Greece, Italy, Korea, Canada, Latvia, Lithuania and the United States are the countries with teams competing in the weeklong tournament.

Each team marched in with their country’s flag, and was greeted by an enthusiastic crowd.

“I think it’s an honor. I can’t really describe it at this point,” said Airman 1st Class Jammar Major, Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. Airman Major is a member of the United States Armed Forces basketball team.

After General Gola pronounced the beginning of the tournament, Mariachi Azul de San Antonio performed fiesta-themed music for cultural entertainment. The morning’s festivities also featured Capuraginga San Antonio, a capoeira dance troupe. Patrick Fitzgerald, a cowboy from Bandera, closed the ceremonies with roping tricks.

This is the second time Lackland AFB has hosted one of CISM’s sporting events. In 1998, the base held the council’s boxing tournament.

General Gola was very pleased that Lackland agreed to host the event, even though the United States is currently at war.

“10 years ago, while in Kosovo we faced a similar problem,” the Italian officer said. “It’s easy to say ‘friendship through sport’ when you don’t have problems, but it’s most important when you are having problems. We decided that we must continue to support friendship even in times of war.”

All of the games will take place at the Chaparral Fitness Center. Saturday and Sunday the games are scheduled for noon, 3 p.m. and 6 p.m.

The championship round will be held Monday. Games will be held at 9 a.m., noon and 3 p.m.

“These countries are bringing their best military athletes. I am sure that all the spectators will enjoy the games,” said General Gola.

Following the final game, the bronze, silver and gold medals will be awarded to the winning teams. At that point, U.S. officials will pass the CISM Council flag to Lithuania, next year’s host country for the basketball tournament.

Currently, the council is the largest authority for military sports activity in the world. It comprises 130 countries.

The 60-year-old council was organized shortly after World War II ended as a means to get Soldiers off the battlefield and onto the sports field.

Basketball is one of 22 sports held in CISM supporting countries around the world.
On Jan. 22, 2007, the United Nations officially recognized CISM as a national governing organization.

“It wasn’t easy, because they were looking at us as a military organization,” said General Gola, but we proved that we were educating the younger generations to have mutual respect and that we can promote peace through sports.”


U.S. Armed Forces Wins Gold at the
48th CISM World Military
Men's Basketball Championship


By Anthony Perez
37th Training Wing Public Affairs

 

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Team USA celebrates their first-place finish in the International Military Sports Council Basketball Championships Tuesday at the Chapparal Fitness Center. USA defeated Lithuania, 84-74, to take their first CISM championsip in 20 years. The tournament featured military basketball teams from countries such as Canada, Latvia, Italy, the Republic of Korea and Greece. The weeklong tournament was held to promote peace and friendship through sports. Lithuania will host the CISM Basketball Championships next year. Photo by Armando Flores.
The United States won its first International Military Sports Council championship since 1998, defeating Lithuania, 84-74, on Tuesday at the Chaparral Fitness Center.

“It’s very gratifying, particularly because we beat a good team,” said Ted Albers, USA head coach. “They didn’t give it away; we had to take it from them.”

Lithuania played a tough game and held the lead going into the final period. In the fourth quarter, USA switched to a suffocating full-court man-to-man defense, tiring the Lithuanian team.

“We can go with all 12 of our players, so we started trying to tire them out,” said USA center Bernard James. “They were getting their rest by just bringing the ball up the court. Once we turned it from a half-court game into a full-court game, they got tired and it really broke their confidence.”

With 3:47 left in the fourth quarter, James stole the ball and went coast-to-coast for a breakaway dunk that broke the spirits of the Lithuanian team, which never recovered after that play. Lithuania scored only four points in the fourth quarter.

“They were killing us with the same play all night,” James said. “I was looking at the guard’s eyes so I knew he was going to pass it. I decided to gamble and thankfully, it paid off.”

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USA power forward Jammar Major gets fouled on a layup attempt during Tuesday's championship game. USA defeated Lithuania, 84-74, taking first place in the International Military Sports Council Basketball Championships. Photo by Alan Boedeker.

James, who was also named the tournament’s Most Valuable Player, finished the game with 12 points, 18 rebounds and six blocked shots.

USA started the game down 8-2 but had a 12-point lead after the first quarter. Point guard Ron Bartley hit back-to-back 3-pointers from 10 feet behind the arc with two minutes left in the first quarter. Bartley finished with 16 points.

USA took a 49-38 lead into intermission, but the second half proved to be a different story for the American military team.

Lithuania, led by small forward Vaidas Trepocka, surged back with a furious comeback to tie the game 53-53 with five minutes left in the third quarter. Trepocka scored a team-high 17 points in the game.

Lithuania then took a 62-61 lead with three minutes left in the third quarter on a 3-pointer by shooting guard Simonas Slivka. It was their first lead since early in the first quarter.

“Coach was always positive,” James said. “I can’t remember the last time he said something negative. He tells us exactly what we need to hear to keep us motivated. That’s what makes him a special coach.”

After being down by as many as six points, USA tied the game 70-70 with 5:42 left in the fourth quarter.

On the next play, power forward Jammar Major was fouled but still converted the layup for a three-point opportunity, giving USA a two-point lead.

The biggest difference though, was USA’s ability to continuously get points in the paint. They finished with 48 points in the paint compared to Lithuania’s 26.

Nwaelele, who was named to the All-Tournament Team, had a game-high 25 points.

The United States shot 44.2 percent from the field, while Lithuania shot 38.8 percent.

“It feels really good,” James said. “This is my third time coming out to this. For whatever reason, we didn’t win it all before. This has been amazing.”


48th CISM World Military
Men’s Basketball Championship


Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas
Chaparral Fitness Center
12-23 April 2008

FINAL POSITION

1st place – USA ARMED FORCES
2nd place - LITHUANIA
3rd place – GREECE
4th  place – REBUBLIC OF KOREA
5th place – LATVIA
6th place – ITALY
7th place – CANADA

MEDAL PLAY BRACKETS

Medal Play Brackets

CLICK HERE FOR MEDAL PLAY BOX SCORES

POOL PLAY STANDINGS

Team

Won

Loss

GF

Avg

GA

Avg

Goal Avg

Pct

Games

USA Armed Forces

6

0

602

100.33

480

80.00

1.2542

1.000

6

Lithuania

4

2

544

90.67

490

81.67

1.1102

0.667

6

Greece

4

2

504

84.00

454

75.67

1.1101

0.667

6

Rebuplic of Korea

3

3

548

91.33

552

92.00

0.9928

0.500

6

Latvia

3

3

512

85.33

471

78.50

1.0870

0.500

6

Italy

1

5

406

67.67

546

91.00

0.7436

0.167

6

Canada

0

6

426

71.00

549

91.50

0.7760

0.000

6

CLICK HERE FOR POOL PLAY BOX SCORES


2008 CISM Basketball Schedule

48th World Military Men's Basketball Championship
to kick off at Lackland AFB, Texas on 14 Apr.


“U.S. ARMED FORCES WOMEN CAPTURES 2008
AAU NATIONAL BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP”

2008 Armed Forces Men's and Women's Basketball Championship

Blue Mountain Sports Arena, Fort Indiantown Gap, PA

“NAVY WOMEN AND AIR FORCE MEN TAKE GOLD
-- AIR FORCE WOMEN AND NAVY MEN SETTLE FOR SILVER”

 

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AMN Ashley Smith (Air Force) goes to the hoop as SGT Andreia Borrego (Army) attempts to block the shot. Photo by MSgt Patrick Cashin  Hi Res

WOMEN’S FINAL STANDINGS: Navy (5-1); Air Force (4-2); Army (3-3); Marine Corps (0-6)
 
MEN’S FINAL STANDINGS: Air Force (5-1); Navy (3-3); Marine Corps (2-4); Army (2-4)

WOMEN'S ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM:
(G) YN3 Tija Hopkins (Navy-Coast Guard), USCG Petaluma, CA
(F) ENS Carly Meyer (Navy), USS San Antonio
(F) SN Syreeta Broomfield-Kemp (Navy-Coast Guard), USCG Wrightsville Beach, NC
(F) SPC April Cromartie (Army), Ft Wainwright, AK
(C) SGT Andreia Borrego (Army), Tripler AMC, HI

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WOMEN'S ALL-ARMED FORCES TEAM:
SGT Andreia Borrego (Army)
Cpl Nicole Wells (Marine Corps), Parris Island, SC
 SSgt Lyschale Jones (Air Force), Bolling AFB, VA
YN3 Tija Hopkins (Navy-Coast Guard)
CPT Gema Robles (Army), Ft Bennings, GA
ENS Carly Meyer (Navy)
2LT Monica Mason (Air Force), Tyndall AFB, FL
SN Syreeta Broomfield-Kemp (Navy-Coast Guard)
AMN Ashley Smith (Air Force), Bolling AFB, VA
SPC April Cromartie (Army)
Cpl Nicole Torres (Marine Corps), MCAS Cherry Point, NC
 PFC Kristen Harris (Army), Ft Lewis, WA
Head Coach: Mr. Steve Porcuna (Navy)
Asst Coach: LT Sam Caldwell (Navy)

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MEN'S ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM:
(G) 2LT Matt Bell (Army), West Point, NY
(G) LCpl Ryan McLellan (Marine Corps), Okinawa, Japan
(F) 2ndLt Robert Brooks (Marine Corps), MCAS Beaufort, NC
(F) 1Lt Danny Nwaelele (Air Force), Keesler AFB, MS
(C) SSgt Bernard James (Air Force), Beale AFB, CA






MEN'S ALL-ARMED FORCES TEAM:

SGT Ron Bartley (Army), Ft Carson, CO
YN2 Jason Jefferson (Navy), Navy Recruiting, Atlanta, GA
1Lt Danny Nwaelele (Air Force)
2LT Matt Bell (Army)
LCpl Ryan McLellan (Marine Corps)
SN Brandon Newman (Navy), USS Comstock
SRA Ollie Bradley (Air Force), Maxwell AFB, AL
2ndLt Robert Brooks (Marine Corps)
LT Micah Bonner (Navy-Coast Guard), USCG Station Mobile, AL
SRA Jamar Major (Air Force), Hurlburt Field AFB, FL
LTJG Taj Matthews (Navy), MCM Squadron Three
SSgt Bernard James (Air Force)
Head Coach: Mr. Johnny Bailey (Air Force)
Asst Coach: Mr. Ted Albers (Air Force)
Trainer: TSgt Daniel Pena (Air Force), Kirtland AFB, NM


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Marine Cpl Sterling Phillips #21 and Army SPC Brett Thomas fight for the rebound. Photo by Claudia Berwager, Army Sports Hi Res

**RECAP OF ALL GAMES**

27 Mar Women's Games:
<Army 63 Navy 61>
Halftime Army 33 Navy 29
Army Top Scorers: SPC April Cromartie (Ft Wainwright, AK) 19 points; CPT Gema Robles (Ft Bragg, NC) 13 points; SGT Andreia Borrego (Tripler AMC, HI) 11 points
Navy Top Scorers: ENS Carly Meyer (USS San Antonio) 18 points; SN(CG) Syreeta Broomfield-Kemp (USCG Wrightsville Beach, NC) 13 points; YN3(CG)Tija Hopkins (USCG, Petaluma, CA) 10 points

<Air Force 85 Marine Corps 79>
Halftime Air Force 39 Marine Corps 39
Air Force Top Scorers: 2Lt Monica Mason (Tyndall AFB, FL) 20 points; A1C Richere Harrison (Tyndall AFB, FL) 16 points; SSgt Lakyshia Fullwood (Vandenberg AFB, CA) 14 points; AMN Ashley Smith (Bolling AFB, VA) 13 points
Marine Corps Top Scorers: Cpl Nicole Torres (MCAS Cherry Point, NC) 23 points; Capt Karen Walker (Univ of New Mexico) 18 points; Cpl Nicole Wells (Parris Island, NC) 11 points; Sgt Nadia Sensing (MCAS Cherry Point, NC) 10 points


27 Mar Men's Games:
<Navy 82 Army 74>
Halftime Army 42 Navy 28

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SRA Jamar Major (#35 Air Force), and A1C James Lewis (#24 Air Force) "D-Up" as W01 Aaron Stuart (Army) attempts to in bound ball. Photo by MSgt Patrick Cashin  Hi Res

Navy Top Scorers: SN Brandon Newman (USS Comstock) 30 points; LT Mica Bonner (USCG Station Mobile, AL) 22 points; HM3 Eric Smart (Naval Hospital Jacksonville, FL) 13 points
Army Top Scores: 2LT Matt Bell (West Point, NY) 21 points; WO1 Aaron Stuart (Schofield Barracks, HI) 11 points; 2LT Robert Moore (Schofield Barracks, HI) 11 points
<Air Force 87 Marine Corps 82>
Halftime Air Force 51 Marine Corps 35
Air Force Top Scorers: SSgt Bernard James (Beale AFB, CA) 16 points; 1Lt Jacob Burtschi (Air Force Academy, CO) 14 points; 1Lt Danny Nwaelele (Keesler AFB, MS) 14 points; 1LT Nikolas Welch (Barksdale AFB, LA) 11 points
Marine Corps Top Scorers: LCpl Ryan McLellan (Okinawa, Japan) 32 points; 2ndLt Robert Brooks (MCAS Beaufort, NC) 17 points; Sgt Willie Nathan (Camp Pendleton, CA) 14 points  

26 Mar Women's Games:
<Navy 81 Marine Corps 59>
Halftime Navy 41 Marine Corps 24
Navy Top Scorers: SN(CG) Syreeta Broomfield-Kemp (USCG Wrightsville Beach, NC) 21 points; ENS Carly Meyer (USS San Antonio) 13 points
Marine Corps Top Scorers: Cpl Nicole Wells (Parris Island, NC) 19 points; Cpl Nicole Torres (MCAS Cherry Point, NC) 15 points; Sgt Nadia Sensing (MCAS Cherry Point, NC) 12 points

<Air Force 73 Army 62>
Halftime Army 35 Air Force 33
Air Force Top Scorers: A1C Richere Harrison (Tyndall AFB, FL) 18 points; SSgt Lakyshia Fullwood (Vandenberg AFB, CA) 17 points; SSgt Lyschale Jones (Bolling AFB, VA) 10 points
 Army Top Scorers: SPC April Cromartie (Ft Wainwright, AK) 20 points; PFC Kristen Harris (Ft Lewis, WA) 10 points
 

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Navy SN Brandon Newman takes a "J". Photo by Tim Hipps  Hi Res

26 Mar Men's Games:
<Navy 77 Marine Corps 74>
Halftime Navy 43 Marine Corps 33
Navy Top Scorers: SN Brandon Newman (USS Comstock) 21 points; YN2 Jason Jefferson (Navy Recruiting, Atlanta, GA) 11 points; LTJG Taj Mathews (MCM Squadron Three) 11 points
Marine Corps Top Scorers: LCpl Ryan McLellan (Okinawa, Japan) 26 points;
2ndLt Robert Brooks (MCAS Beaufort, NC) 20 points

<Army 95 Air Force 93 (OT)>
Halftime Army 40 Air Force 31
Army Top Scorers: SGT Ron Brantley (Ft Carson, CO) 40 points; 2LT Matt Bell (West Point, NY) 21 points; SPC Brett Thomas (Ft Huachuca, AZ) 10 points
Air Force Top Scorers: SSgt Rico Bachelor (Osan AFB, Korea) 18 points; 1Lt Danny Nwaelele (Keesler AFB, MS) 17 points; 1Lt Jacob Burtschi (Air Force Academy, CO) 15 points; SRA Jamar Major (Hurlburt Field AFB, FL) 12 points; SRA Ollie Bradley (Maxwell AFB, AL) 10 points

25 Mar Women's Games:
<Army 91 Marine Corps 59>
Halftime Army 40 Marine Corps 27
Army Top Scorers: SGT Andreia Borrego (Tripler AMC, HI) 18 points; SSG Rachel Brown (Schofield Barracks, HI) 16 points; SPC April Cromartie (Ft Wainwright, AK)16 points; SPC Annushka Aglee (USAR, Cleveland, OH) 11 points; CPT Gema Robles (Ft Bragg, NC) 11 points
Marine Corps Top Scorers: Cpl Nicole Wells (Parris Island, NC) 25 points; Cpl Nicole Torres (MCAS Cherry Point, NC) 17 points; Sgt Nadia Sensing (MCAS Cherry Point, NC) 11 points

<Navy 79 Air Force 75>
Halftime Air Force 32 Navy 31
Navy Top Scorers: SN(CG) Syreeta Broomfield-Kemp (USCG Wrightsville Beach, NC)31 points; ENS Carly Meyer (USS San Antonio) 17 points; YN3(CG) Tija Hopkins (USCG Petaluma, CA) 15 points
Air Force Top Scorers: 2Lt Monica Mason (Tyndall AFB, FL) 27 points; SSgt Lyschale Jones (Bolling AFB, VA) 15 points; SSgt Lakyshia Fullwood (Vandenberg AFB, CA) 15 points

25 Mar Men's Games:
<Marine Corps 99 Army 89>
Halftime: Marine Corps 46 Army 35
Marine Corps Top Scorers: LCpl Ryan McLellan (Okinawa, Japan) 21 points; Cpl Sterling Phillips (MCAS Cherry Point, NC) 17 points; 2ndLt Robert Brooks (MCAS Beaufort, NC) 17 points; Sgt Willie Nathan (Camp Pendleton CA) 11 points
 Army Top Scorers: 2LT Matt Bell (West Point, NY) 41 points; 2LT Marshall Jackson (Ft Benning, GA) 18 points; SGT Ron Bartley (Ft Carson, CO) 10 points

<Air Force 102 Navy 90>
Halftime: Air Force 43 Navy 40
Air Force Top Scorers: SRA Jamar Major (Hurlburt Field AFB, FL) 17 points; 1Lt Danny Nwaelele (Beale AFB, CA) 16 points; SRA Ollie Bradley (Maxwell AFB, AL) 13 points; SSgt Marico Gray (Andrews AFB, MD) 12 points; 1Lt Jacob Burtschi (Air force Academy, CO) 10 points
Navy Top Scorers: LT Micah Bonner (USCG Station Mobile, AL) 37 points; LTJG Taj Matthews (ACS Squadron Three) 21 points; YN2 Jason Jefferson (Navy Recruiting, Atlanta, GA) 10 points

24 Mar Women’s Games:
<Air Force 77 Marine Corps 60>
Halftime: Air Force 33 Marine Corps 27
Air Force Top Scorers: SSgt Lyshale Jones (Bolling AFB, VA) 17 points; A1C Tiffanie Guthrie (Tyndall AFB, FL) 16 points; 2LT Monica Mason (Tyndall AFB, FL) 13 points; SSgt Kimberly Carrion (Travis AFB, CA) 12 points
Marine Corps Top Scorers: Cpl Nicole Torres (MCAS Cherry Point, NC) 18 points; Cpl Nicole Wells (MCB Parris Island, SC) 18 points

<Navy 87 Army 83>
Halftime: Navy 41 Army 35
Navy Top Scorers: SN(CG) Syreeta Broomfield-Kemp (USCG, Wrightsville, NC) 32 points; ENS Carly Meyer (USS San Antonio) 18 points; YN3(CG) Tija Hopkins (USCG, Petaluma, CA 17 points
 Army Top Scorers: SPC April Cromartie (Ft Wainwright, AK) 21 points; SGT Andreia Berrego (Tripler AMC, HI) 17 points; SGT Amber Wallace (Ft Benning, GA) 14 points; CPT Gema Robles (Ft Bragg, NC) 11 points

24 Mar Men’s Games:
<Air Force 82 Marine Corps 74>
Halftime: Air Force 42 Marine Corps 74
Air Force Top Scorers: 1lt Jacob Burtschi (Air Force Academy, CO) 18 points; SSgt Bernard James (Beale AFB, CA) 16 points; 1LT Danny Nwaelele (Kessler AFB, MS) 12 points; SRA Ollie Bradley (Maxwell AFB, CA) 10 Points
Marine Corps Top Scorers: Sgt Willie Nathan (Camp Pendleton, CA) 20 points; LCpl Ryan McLellan (Okinawa, Japan) 13 points; 2ndLt Robert Brooks (MCAS Beaufort, NC) 13 points

<Army 95 Navy 66>
Halftime: Army 40 Navy 27
Army Top Scorers: 2LT Marshall Jackson (Ft Benning, GA) 28 points; 2LT Matt Bell (West Point, NY) 23 points; SGT Ron Bartley (Ft Carson, CO) 11 points; W01 Aaron Stuart (Schofield Barracks, HI) 10 points
 Navy Top Scorers: SN Brandon Newman (USS Comstock) 28 points; LtJg Taj Mathews (MCM Squadron Three) 13 points

23 Mar Women’s Game:
<Navy 74 Air Force 67>
Halftime: Navy 26 Air Force 25
Navy Top Scorers: SN(CG) Syreeta Broomfield-Kemp (USCG, Wrightsville, NC) 32 points; ENS Carly Meyer (USS San Antonio) 14 points
Air Force Top Scorer: A1C Tiffanie Guthrie (Tyndall AFB, FL) 32 points

23 Mar Men’s Game:
<Air Force 109 Navy 83>
Halftime Score: Air Force 50 Navy 46
Air Force Top Scorers: SRA Jamar Major (Hurlburt Field AFB, FL) 19 points; A1C James Lewis (Buckley AFB, CO) 17 points; SRA Ollie Bradley (Maxwell AFB, AL) 15 points; 1LT Danny Nwaelele (Kessler AFB, MS) 13 points; 1lt Jacob Burtschi (Air Force Academy, CO) 11 points
Navy Top Scorers: SN Brandon Newman (USS Comstock) 23 points; LtJg Taj Matthews (MCM Squadron Three) 19 points; QM2 James Milt (Navy Recruiting, Jacksonville, FL) 16 Points   

22 Mar Women’s Games:
<Air Force 81 Army 78>
Halftime: Army 38 Air Force 34
Air Force Top Scorers: A1C Tiffanie Guthrie (Tyndall AFB, FL) 28 points; AMN Ashley Smith (Bolling AFB, VA) 17 points; 2LT Monica Mason (Tyndall AFB, FL) 16 points; SSgt Lakyshia Fullwood (Vandenberg AFB, CA) 10 points
Army Top Scorers: SGT Andreia Berrego (Tripler AMC, HI) 22 points; SPC April Cromartie (Ft Wainwright, AK) 19 points; PFC Kristen Harris (Ft Lewis, WA) 15 points

<Navy 81 Marine Corps 64>
Halftime: Navy 42 Marine Corps 23
Navy Top Scorers: SN(CG) Syreeta Broomfield-Kemp (USCG, Wrightsville, NC) 31 points; ENS Carly Meyer (USS San Antonio) 16 points; ABFAN Roniece Williams (USS Theodore Roosevelt) 10 points
Marine Corps Top Scorers: Cpl Nicole Wells (MCB Parris Island, SC) 25 points; Sgt Nadia Sensing (MCAS Cherry Point, NC) 19 points; Cpl Nicole Torres (MCAS Cherry Point, NC) 13

22 Mar Men’s Games:
<Air Force 92 Army 77>
Halftime Score: Air Force 42 Army 41
Air Force Top Scorers: 1LT Danny Nwaelele (Kessler AFB, MS) 21 points; SSgt Bernard James (Beale AFB, CA) 18 points; SRA Jamar Major (Hurlburt Field AFB, FL) 14 points; SRA Drew Colen (Beale AFB, CA) 10 points
Army Top Scorers: 2LT Robert Moore (Schofield Barracks, HI) 23 points; SGT Ron Bartley (Ft Carson, CO) 22 points; 2LT Matt Bell (West Point, NY) 18 points; W01 Aaron Stuart (Schofield Barracks, HI) 10 points

<Navy 94 Marine Corps 89 (2OT)>
Halftime Score: Marine Corps 37 Navy 27
Navy Top Scorers: LtJg Taj Matthews (MCM Squadron Three) 25 points; SN Brandon Newman (USS Comstock) 20 points; Lt Micah Bonner (USCG Mobile, AL) 17 points; YN2 Jason Jefferson (Navy Recruiting Atlanta, GA) 13 Points
Marine Corps Top Scorers: Sgt Willie Nathan (Camp Pendleton, CA) 21 points; LCpl Ryan McLellan (Okinawa, Japan) 19 points; 2ndLt Robert Brooks (MCAS Beaufort, NC) 16 points; LCpl Oliver Owens (29 Palms, CA) 12 points

21 Mar Women’s Game:
<Army 78 Marine Corps 39>
Halftime: Army 39 Marine Corps 14
Army Top Scorers: SPC April Cromartie (Ft Wainwright, AK) 24 points; PFC Kristen Harris (Ft Lewis, WA) 14 points; CPT Gema Robles (Ft Bragg, NC) 12 points
 Marine Corps Top Scorers: Sgt Nadia Sensing (MCAS Cherry Point, NC) 13 points; Cpl Nicole Torres (MCAS Cherry Point, NC) 13 points

21 Mar Men’s Game:
<Marine Corps 91 Army 84>
Halftime: Marine Corps 44 Army 40
Marine Corps Top Scorers: LCpl Ryan McLellan (Okinawa, Japan) 20 points; Sgt Willie Nathan (Camp Pendleton, CA) 19 points; Cpl Sterling Phillips (MCAS Cherry Point, NC) 11 points; 2ndLt Robert Brooks (MCAS Beaufort, NC) 11 points; Cpl Joel Pierce (Okinawa, Japan) 11 points; LCpl Oliver Owens (29 Palms, CA) 11 points
Army Top Scorers: 2LT Robert Moore (Schofield Barracks, HI) 24; SGT Ron Brantley (Ft Carson, Co) 22 points; 2LT Matt Bell (West Point, NY) 19 points


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