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Christl Arena
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West Point, New York

Nicknames
Black Knights

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NCAA Division I Basketball Mens

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Upcoming Events
22 Jan 22 Navy  -  Army
27 Jan 22 Lehigh  -  Army
29 Jan 22 Army  -  Lafayette
03 Feb 22 Loyola-Maryland  -  Army
05 Feb 22 Army  -  Holy Cross

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19 Jan 22 Army  76 - 66  American
16 Jan 22 Lafayette  68 - 54  Army
13 Jan 22 Army  73 - 63  Boston University
10 Jan 22 Colgate  76 - 57  Army
07 Jan 22 Army  77 - 55  Lehigh

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The Army Black Knights men's basketball team represents the United States Military Academy in National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I college basketball. Army West Point currently competes as a member of the Patriot League and plays its home games at Christl Arena in West Point, New York.
The Black Knights' have appeared in the National Invitation Tournament (NIT) eight times. Their combined record is 13–10.

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Christl Arena is a 5,043-seat, multi-purpose arena in West Point, New York. It was built in 1985 as part of the Major Donald W. Holleder Center, which also houses Tate Rink. It is home to the United States Military Academy's Army Black Knights men's and women's basketball teams. It was named after 1st Lieutenant Edward C. Christl Jr. '44, a former basketball captain who was killed in combat in Austria during World War II. (Maj. Holleder, '56, the namesake of the athletic center, was an All-American football and basketball player killed in combat in Vietnam in 1967.)

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