Navy's women's basketball team split its final two games last week, losing to Army for the second straight year, 69-51, before defeating Longwood for the third time this season, 74-62.
Against Army, the Cadets shut down the Mids' three-point game, holding Navy to just 1-of-8 from three-point range.
Junior forward Angie Dobbs led Navy with 20 points, but didn't score a three-pointer for the first time this season. Army held a four-point lead at the half, but opened the second stanza with a 12-4 run.
The Mids took it to Longwood early, opening with a 7-0 run and then extending a 17-14 lead to 27-17. Dobbs scored a game-high 30, while freshman Kim Cowling grabbed a career-high 17 rebounds. Dobbs was Navy's leading scorer this season, establishing seven records, most recently the school record for points in a season.