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Club Meets More Events Planned (2/24/02).  The USNA Parent Club met today at the McAndrew's estate in Laflin.  The club's next event is candidate night at  Kings College on Wednesday, March 13, 2001.  The program runs from 7- 9 p.m.  Refreshments will be served and potential candidates to USNA treated to an informative evening about life at the Yard.  Our next two club meetings will be held at the Schraeder's and Cantafio's respectively.  Our summer outing will be held at the Cooney's. 

When you're planning a trip to Annapolis and are interested in getting together with other members give us advance notice and we'll publish such info at this site.  We'll be organizing for homecoming on the 28th of September for a get-to-gether.

Hot from USNA:

One of our own picked to All League Team!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Baseball: Mids top pick ( from the Annapolis Capital 1/29/02)
"The Navy baseball team is picked to win the Patriot League Tournament and advance to the NCAA Regionals by Baseball America in its 2002 College Preview.

Navy had four players selected to the preseason all-league team -- outfielder John Cocca, shortstop Jake Miller and pitchers Matt Cooney and Matt Foster .

Navy opens its 2002 regular season Feb. 9 when the Mids travel to Durham, N.C., to take on the Duke Blue Devils in a doubleheader ."

Paul Johnson named Navy's next football coach.  Get some insight into him here.

Army-Navy football game is over and done and despite a Navy loss the Beat is happy to report that the entire day was great.  The food, spirit and friendship were outstanding.  To make matters even better was the fact that we had a particularly large turnout of mids, graduates, former instructors and even the Tomcat Pilots.  President Pat and Sandy extend a heart felt thank you to all.

Some Army-Navy Game Photos (12-1-01)

Rosella Fedor meet s Senator John McCain

Lt. Scott Jackson, '97 hooks up with Bob Fumanti

Rosella reunites with daughter Ensign Josette

We have been informed that there are no hosts for some scheduled winter and spring meetings.  It has always been the hope of the club that every parent family would host one meeting during the four years they have a mid.  We hopeful yesterday's festivities created some new friendships and greater willingness to host a meeting.