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Posted: June 28, 2018 9:09 a.m.
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Knight Stalker soars to 2018 Armed Forces Women’s Rugby Team

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The 2018 Armed Forces Women's Rugby Team include Lauran Glover, Fort Belvoir; Kaitlyn Kelly (Coach) 55th Sustainment Brigade; Erica Myers, Joint Base Lewis-McChord; Ashley Sorensen, Fort Carson; Ashlee Byrge, Fort Carson; Kasey McCravey, Fort Carson; Danielle McDonald, Fort Carson; Carmen Tomko, Fort Hood; Kelsie Whitney, USAG Yongsan; Kayla Williams, Aberdeen Proving Ground; Sheila Bertrand, U.S. Coast Guard; Emily Raney, Eglin Air Force Base; Nichole Jansen, Dyess Air Force Base; and Staff ...

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All Army Sports announced June 16 that Staff Sgt. Cerrin Eldridge, 3-160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), was among the 13 service members selected to the 2018 Armed Forces Women’s Rugby Team.  

According to their website at armedforcessports.defense.gov, The All Armed Forces Sports program was established in 1948 as the inter-service sport council and helped pave the way for Armed Forces personnel to have the opportunity to train and compete for the national Olympic tea, and international competitions. 

The All-Army Sports Program invites active duty, reserve, and National Guard to compete at the highest level in the programs various sports program, according to www.armymwr.com/programs-and-fitness/all-army-sports.  

"The Night Stalker's are highly trained and capable Soldiers," said Major Sean Merritt, 3-160th SOAR (A) battalion executiveofficer. “They're known for their relentlessness, talent, and resourcefulness.  I'm never surprised to see them do great things and Staff Sgt. Eldridge is another example of the unit's moto Night Stalkers Don't Quit!"        

ArmyMWR.com notes the All-Army sports program is a short-term opportunity that lasts between four days and three months.  Interested Soldier-athletes can contact All Army Sports at 210-466-1337. 


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