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Ken Niumatalolo

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  • Navy develops backup plan at QB

    Navy develops backup plan at QB
    Ken Niumatalolo said he hasn't really thought about life after Keenan Reynolds. The eighth-year Navy coach said he is focused on 2015 and hopes his starting quarterback caps a record-setting career with a stellar senior season. However, Niumatalolo also...
  • Fair retires after 18-year tenure at Naval Academy

    Fair retires after 18-year tenure at Naval Academy
    Jeff Fair's office on the ground floor of Ricketts Hall speaks to a long, distinguished career as an athletic trainer within the world of Division I college football. Filling the book shelves are a library's worth of sports medicine books, a clear...
  • City alum Gatewood named to College Football Hall of Fame

    City alum Gatewood named to College Football Hall of Fame
    Thom Gatewood (City), a two-time All-America split end in football at Notre Dame and an NCAA consensus selection in 1970, has been named to the National Football Foundation's College Football Hall of Fame Class of 2015. Gatewood, the Fighting Irish's...
  • Navy edges San Diego State, 17-16, in error-filled Poinsettia Bowl

    Navy edges San Diego State, 17-16, in error-filled Poinsettia Bowl
    Navy made just about every mistake imaginable and still somehow won a football game. The Midshipmen lost four fumbles, committed silly penalties and were atrocious on special teams. Fortunately for Navy, the defense bailed out the struggling offense...
  • Reynolds, Navy hold off Army 17-10

    Quarterback Keenan Reynolds added to his growing legacy and coach Ken Niumatalolo reached a major milestone as Navy continued its dominance over Army on Saturday. Reynolds accounted for 177 yards from scrimmage and two touchdowns as Navy overcame a slow...
  • Navy beats Army for 13th consecutive time

    Navy beats Army for 13th consecutive time
    The game was over, and it was time for Navy to celebrate its 13th consecutive victory over Army. After the Midshipmen stood respectfully for Army's alma mater, defensive ends Paul Quessenberry and Will Anthony hoisted Ken Niumatalolo on their...
  • 'Something very special' about Army-Navy

    'Something very special' about Army-Navy
    As he opened the broadcast of ESPN's College GameDay on Saturday morning from the Inner Harbor, ESPN's Chris Fowler said, "All of us are so proud to be here." The popular Saturday morning television show, launched in 1987 and hosted by Desmond Howard,...
  • A poignant reunion with Army-Navy football game

     A poignant reunion with Army-Navy football game
    Homecomings are a college football ritual, replete with memories, reflection and fellowship. Saturday was mine, in more ways than one, and it came on a grand stage: The 115th Army-Navy game. Much to my father’s regret, his only child was neither...
  • Army-Navy media luncheon ends up being a one-sided affair

    Army-Navy media luncheon ends up being a one-sided affair
    The Army-Navy Media Luncheon is a polite affair during which representatives of both the U.S. Naval Academy and the U.S. Military Academy get together each year to preview the upcoming football showdown and thank their hosts and sponsors. This year's...
  • Boy Athlete of the Week: Ali'i Niumatalolo, Broadneck

    Boy Athlete of the Week: Ali'i Niumatalolo, Broadneck
    The junior linebacker played a key role in the No. 2 Bruins' 28-25 victory over Anne Arundel County rival and 10th-ranked Meade on Friday to keep Broadneck in first place in the county and in the Class 4A East region. Niumatalolo, 6-feet-2, 225 pounds,...
  • 'Meet the Mormons' shows diverse lives, to a point

     'Meet the Mormons' shows diverse lives, to a point
    Blair Treu, the director of "Meet the Mormons," described his film to the Salt Lake Tribune as a documentary produced by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for nonmembers — a project that started as a visitor center piece for the...