Lynn Moore

Class of 1970



Sophomore Back Sparks Army’s Victory Over Pitt – Spokesman-Review – Nov 19, 1967

PITTSBURGH – Lynn Moore, whose clutch 22-yard pass reception set up the winning touchdown, knifed over from a yard out with to help Army to a 21-12 victory…

Army, 21-12 – Hartford Courant – Nov 19, 1967

Army, 21-12 PITTSBURGH (AP) — Lynn Moore, whose clutch 22-yard pass reception set up the winning touchdown, knifed over from a yard out with 6:56 …

ARMY VANQUISHES RUTGERS BY 24-0; Cadets Use Strong Ground Attack on Wet Field — Intercept 4 Passes – New York Times – Oct 20, 1968

NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J., Oct. 19 — Steven Lindell, Army’s quarterback, wisely ordered a running game in the heavy rain at Rutgers Stadium today. Then Charlie Jarvis, Billy Hunter and Lynn Moore replied, “Roger, Wilco,” and proceeded to give Army its best ground attack of the season as the Black Knights crushed Rutgers, 24-0, before 28,000 persons huddled under umbrellas and plastic sheets.

Army Rips Up Duke By 57-25 – Palm Beach Post – Oct 27, 1968
WEST POINT, NY Army rolled out Its offensive guns and blasted Duke 57-25 Saturday as junior halfback Lynn Moore scored four touchdowns. …

Army Tops Pitt 26-0, Lindell, Moore Star – Hartford Courant – Nov 17, 1968

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Steve Lindell and Lynn Moore broke loose for long touchdown runs as Army ground cut a 26-0 victory over Pittsburgh Saturday.





Depending on the speed of two backs, Hank Andrzejczak and Lynn Moore, Army struck for two touchdowns along the ground…

Army, Tallying on First Play, Conquers Boston College, 38-7 –
New York Times – Oct 26, 1969

Lynn Moore, Army’s captain, burst through the Boston College line and ran 82 yards for a touchdown on the first scrimmage play today, setting a pattern….










1969 Army – Navy



Navy Lost Saturday’s 70th Army-navy Contest In 1966 When Coach Slighted Moore – Gettysburg Times – Dec 1, 1969

Lynn Moore had graduated from Ponca City High. The son of a former Navy yeoman, young Moore wanted to go to the Naval Academy….But their (Navy’s) coach called and said he couldn’t visit me because he had to confine his interest to larger towns.”…Saturday he made Ponca City look mighty big to the brass from Annapolis. He carried the ball 40 times for 206 yards and two touchdowns in leading Army to its most decisive win over Navy since the 38 – 0 rout of 1949….

Owens Meets The Heisman Challenge; Moore Stars – Observer-Reporter – Dec 1, 1969

Two products of the Sooner state – Steve Owens and Lynn Moore – each turned in super human endurance showings in a pair of college victories Saturday…

Sports Illustrated – Players Of The Week: Back – December 08, 1969

“THE BACK: Army’s Lynn Moore, who gained only five yards rushing against Navy last year, personally sunk the Midshipmen by rushing for a career-high 206 yards (Army record of 40 carries) and going in for two touchdowns in the Cadets’ 27-0 victory.”

Hospital Trip Touches Stars – Eugene Register-Guard – Dec 18, 1969

“it sure adds a lot to the game, that’s for sure,” said Army’s star running back, Lynn Moore, as he wound up visiting with 15-year old Pam, bedridden…

Shrine Game Bonanza For Pro Scouts – Telegraph-Herald – Dec 23, 1969

Lynn Moore, Army’s hero in its victory over Navy, will share the East running back duties with John Isenbarger of Indiana, the Big Ten’s top ground gainer,…

Heisman Winner Owens Heads Favored West – Daytona Beach Morning Journal – Dec 27, 1969

East Coach Tom Cahill of Army will have his own Lynn Moore, the hero of the Cadets’ victory over Navy ,in his backfield along with John Isenbarger,…




Sports articles and highlights provided by Russ “Skip” Grimm – Class of ’76


One Comment

  1. Barbara
    Posted March 7, 2015 at 12:30 pm | Permalink

    West Point was very lucky to have such a wonderful Student/Cadet and Great Football player for his time spent at the Academy.

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