Legendary Indiana Basketball Coach Bob Knight Dies at 83

Bob Knight, the Hall of Fame basketball coach who won three national titles at Indiana and coached through several controversial moments, passed away on Wednesday. In poor health the past few years, the beloved coach was 83 years old.

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— Bob Knight began his illustrious coaching career at West Point at the age of 24 and went on to become one of the most storied names in the annals of college basketball. Knight authored a 102-50 record during his six seasons (1965-72) at West Point and guided the Black Knights to four trips to the National Invitational Tournament (NIT) (1966, 1968, 1969, 1970).

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Fund Drive 54 is complete!

Cease work! WP-ORG reaches fundraising goal for FD54

We’re thrilled to announce that, through your generosity, West-Point.ORG (WP-ORG) has reached its fundraising goal for FD 54!

Thanks yet again to the WP-ORG community for supporting us through your donations of both money and time. We could not do this without you.

This marks 27 straight years of successful fundraising campaigns that have enabled WP-ORG to continue. We are as committed now as we were back then to our mission of providing “an online communications infrastructure that enables graduates, parents, and friends of the military academy to maintain and strengthen the associations that bind us together. We will provide this community any requested support, consistent with this purpose, as quickly and efficiently as possible.”

Thank you for making FD54 a success.

Warren Hearnes ’89
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Recovery Support

Graduates who wish to assist in flooding disaster relief efforts in the Village of Highland Falls can do so by directing their donations to WPAOG’s Hudson Valley Project (HVP) Community Engagement Initiative. The WPAOG HVP Community Engagement Initiative will coordinate with local groups and Village government, as well as relief agencies on site, to ensure graduate donations are directed at prioritized needs (including food, water, and debris removal labor) and are used effectively in support of the community. Give.

Flood Response, Community Support, Superintendent’s Message During Aftermath Of Recent Storm

As the U.S. Military Academy at West Point returned to normal operations and the clean-up of the storm from July 9 continues, we remain a strong community working together to ensure that all staff, faculty, cadets and family members within the West Point community are safe.

West Point Fire Department and Emergency Services Division have been instrumental with their support.