WASHINGTON — The United States Military Academy’s football team visited the White House Monday to accept the Commander-in-Chief trophy from President Donald Trump.
West Point was honored for its wins over the U.S. Air Force Academy and the U.S. Naval Academy.
It is the second year in a row that the Black Knights visited the White House to accept the Commander-in-Chief trophy.
Army finished the season 11-2, with a bowl win over Houston in December.
Rising senior Linebacker Cole Christiansen, a captain for the Black Knights football team, is a native of Suffolk and was a key player in the team’s success.
Christiansen during the ceremony at the White House has the honor of presenting President Trump with a Black Knight football helmet.
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