Army loses the following with 7 seniors, 5 starters, graduating:
67% of minutes played 64% of rebounds 69% of assists 75% of points scored
The numbers would have been even higher had not Plomb and Ferguson been injured for a few games
The only recent PL team I can think of that lost more was Colgate last year, having lost Sherman-Newsome, Jacobs, Roh, McMullen, Moore, Fenton, and one walk-on who rarely played, . They lost:
71.2% of minutes played 77.0% of points scored 77.4% of rebounds
There was a big difference between that Colgate team and this year's Army team, however, in their ability to bounce back, i.e. having two solid transfers waiting in the wings - one from Bradley and one from JMU. Also had a good recruiting class that was likely better than what Army will have this upcoming season.