Team of the Week

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Games of Nov. 13-14, 2010

Offense
QB T.C. Campbell, Fr., Pacific
Campbell finished out Pacific's return season in style, setting a school record with his 406 yards and tying one with five touchdowns in a loss to Menlo. He was 25-for-35 passing in Pacific's most competitive game of the season.

OL Mike Micca, Phil Bokovitz, Adam Miller, Bob Schmitz, Devin Martin, John Carroll 
The line was key in pounding out 306 yards on the ground against a Baldwin-Wallace team that had yielded just 92.7 yards per contest through the first nine games -- second best in the OAC and 24th in Division III. They allowed just one sack compared to the Yellow Jackets' 4.11-sacks average, No. 5 in D-III. JCU running back DaQuan Grobsmith rushed for a career-high 187 yards in a 31-28 win.

RB Justin Autera, So., Cortland State
Autera rushed for a career-high 232 yards (6.3 per carry) and scored twice as Cortland rallied from a 17-3 third-quarter deficit to defeat Ithaca, 20-17, in the annual Cortaca Jug game. Autera's 232 rushing yards are the most ever by a player from either team in a Cortland-Ithaca game.

RB Blaine Miller, Jr., Grove City
Miller ran for a career-high 225 yards in Grove City's 35-21 win over Thiel in the 27th Mercer County Cup game. His 58-yard touchdown run with 3:11 left sealed the Wolverines' fourth consecutive Cup series win. Miller's work helped Grove City pile up a season-high 369 rushing yards.

RB Chris Coney, Sr., Union
In his final game for Union, Coney became only the second Dutchman to record 4,000 career rushing yards, finishing with 4,091. At Springfield, Coney had 192 yards on 31 carries with touchdown runs of 4 and 52 yards. It was his 19th career 100 yard rushing game and sixth in eight games this year.

WR Zack Homyk, Sr., Case Western Reserve
Homyk tied a career-high with 13 receptions for 160 yards and two touchdowns in the Spartans' 28-0 victory against Carnegie Mellon. Homyk set school-records for career receptions (211) and receiving yards in a season (1,165).

WR Adam Kniffin, So., Puget Sound
Kniffin was just three catches shy of the Division III single-game record, with 22 receptions for 203 yards and four touchdowns in a 63-35 loss to Whitworth.

Defense
DE Mike Jaskowski, Jr., Delaware Valley
Jaskowski had 14 tackles, nine solo and an interception that led to a score in Delaware Valley's 28-27 loss to Widener. He finished with four and a half tackles for loss, three sacks.

DT Darryl Moore, Jr., Waynesburg
Moore had a fantastic game in Waynesburg's heart-breaking 31-30 overtime loss to Washington and  Jefferson. He tied for the game lead with seven total tackles and led all players with 3.5 tackles for loss and 1.5 sacks.

DE Blake Barnes, Jr., Maryville (Tenn.)
Barnes had eight total tackles, six solo, along with three and a half sacks and two more tackles for loss. He also had three quarterback pressures in helping Maryville limit Ferrum to 21 total yards rushing. Ferrum was averaging over 240 yards rushing in their option offensive attack.

LB Mark Skoglund, Jr., Carleton
Skoglund had a career-high 17 tackles, 10 solo, against Gustavus Adolphus. He ended one drive with solo tackles on third and fourth down in the red zone and sealed another with a fumble recovery.

LB Garrett Thelen, Jr., Alma
Thelen had 22 tackles, 10 of them solo, as Alma limited Adrian to 43 rushing yards in a 23-13 loss. He added three and a half tackles for loss and broke up a pass.

LB Ben Robinson, Jr., Trinity (Texas)
Robinson led Trinity to a 28-24 win over Austin College in the season finale, highlighted by his interception return for a touchdown that proved to be the difference in the game. Robinson finished with 14 total tackles in the game, recording 3.0 tackles for loss of six yards and two quarterback hurries. His 19-yard interception return on the second play from scrimmage in the third quarter put Trinity up 28-3 at the time.

LB Danny Polaneczky, Jr., Chicago
Polaneczky made 10 tackles, including two behind the line of scrimmage, in the Maroons' 13-10 win over Washington U., a game that lifted Chicago to its first UAA championship in five years. Led by Polaneczky, Chicago held the Bears to an average of 2.9 yards on 35 running plays.

LB Lane Olson, Sr., UW-Whitewater
Seemingly just another day at the office for the Warhawks. Olson had a team high six tackles, including a tackle for loss, as UW-Whitewater shut out UW-La Crosse 24-0.

CB James Wodicka, Sr., Case Western Reserve
Wodicka totaled nine tackles, including one for loss, and two interceptions in the Spartans' win against Carnegie Mellon. Wodicka recorded five interceptions in three UAA games and finished with a team-high seven for the year.

S Aaron Selking, Sr., Trine
Selking picked off three passes and caused two fumbles in the regular-season finale, a 58-16 win against Albion. He also had eight tackles, seven solo.

CB Joe Lopez, Sr., Cortland State
Lopez intercepted a pass at the Cortland 10-yard line to thwart a first-half Ithaca scoring chance and also finished with three pass breakups in the Red Dragons' 20-17 Cortaca Jug victory. Lopez extended his school record to six straight games with an interception.

Special teams
K Marc Corrado, Jr., Cortland State
Corrado made both of his field goals (26 and 32 yards) and both of his PATs as Cortland defeated Ithaca, 20-17, to win the Cortaca Jug.

P Jeff Sauer, So., Chicago
Sauer averaged 50.5 yards on four punts, including a 75-yard effort, and was also perfect on two field goals in the Maroons' 13-10 win against Washington U.

RET Laquan Robinson, Fr., Widener
Robinson returned a punt 54 yards for a touchdown, starting the Pride's comeback from a 14-point fourth-quarter deficit to defeat Delaware Valley 28-27.

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