Football Receives the CIC Trophy from President Trump
Army Football yesterday received the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy yesterday at the White House from President Donald Trump. Darnell Woolfolk shown speaking as President Donald Trump grabs his shoulders during the presentation of the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy in the Rose Garden. The Black Knights returned to The White House in back-to-back years for the first time in program history with the two-straight CIC Trophy titles. Coach Monken spoke on behalf of the team and praised their commitment to the program, the Academy and to the American people. As part of the ceremony the Black Knights presented the President with a home black jersey with the No. 45 and the team's Big Red One helmet worn at the 2018 Army-Navy Game in honor of the 1st Infantry Division's founding during World War I.
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