Navy Women's Lacrosse

Navy Women's Lacrosse Team Goes Viral For Rocking Out To Toby Keith

The Navy women's lacrosse squad showed their patriotism by rocking out to some Toby Keith. Or more specifically, they sang along to Keith's "Courtesy Of The Red, White & Blue" in the locker room in honor of Memorial Day — and have gone viral because of it.

Fans applauded them in droves because of it.

"This made me tear up a little, knowing there are still young people out there who are still patriotic," one fan wrote, via The Spun.

"Toby Keith is smiling," one fan added.

"This is the best thing in sports right here!" one fan added.

"So proud of these future leaders! Go Navy, Beat Army!" one fan added.

One guy ever wrote that he was a member of the Army family, "but this is awesome."

"Since Toby Keith might as well have been the most supportive, big-named ally our armed forces could have had (in a time when they needed it most), it's a very fitting, full-circle moment to see one of the many service academies embracing his U-S-A-themed track," wrote Quin Eaton of Whiskey Riff. "Plus, it's just great to see that music from the catalogue of the 'Big Dog Daddy' is still being enjoyed by the younger generations. If younger people are still connecting with Toby Keith, we might not be in that bad of shape after all."

Keith died in February after a battle with stomach cancer. He was 62.

Along with being a staunch supporter of America, he had multiple hits, including "Should've Been a Cowboy," "A Little Less Talk And A Lot More Action," and "You Ain't Much Fun (Since I Quit Drinkin')," among many others.