November 25, 2013

Team of the Week

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Games of Nov. 15-16, 2013

Offense

QB Justin Danzy, So., Kalamazoo
Danzy finished the season with a 27-for-42 performance passing for 384 yards and four touchdowns, while also rushing for 57 yards and a score on 10 carries in a 39-37 win vs. Olivet.

OL Bruce Doyle, Zach Roberts, Zach Sterling, Sean O'mara, Ben Woolston, Brockport State
The line paved the way for 325 rushing yards on 54 attempts and did not allow a sack to help lead the team to a win vs. Morrisville State. The victory gives the Golden Eagles a share of the NJAC regular-season title with Rowan.

RB Cartel Brooks, Jr., Heidelberg
Brooks ran for an NCAA-record 465 yards and also had 16 receiving yards in the Student Princes' 42-14 win at Baldwin Wallace. He scored three touchdowns and averaged 12.2 yards per carry.

RB Kyle Schuberth, Sr., Delaware Valley
Schuberth racked up the third-highest, single-game rushing total in school history, running for 235 yards on 26 carries.. 185 of his yards and all three touchdowns came in the second half as DelVal scored 33 straight to erase a 28-17 halftime deficit.

WR Kyle Bryson, So., Olivet
Bryson broke the school single-game record with 19 receptions and 263 receiving yards. The old record was 223 receiving yards by future Olivet coach Dominic Livedoti on Sept. 21, 1963.

WR Eric Blinn, So., Bethany
Blinn broke two school records in the Bison's 56-35 win over St. Vincent, cathing 12 passes for 267 yards and four TDs. Over the course of the game, Blinn caught five passes of at least 25 yards. He broke the single-season receiving yards record which has stood since 1980, as well as the single-game record for touchdown receptions.

WR Matthew Green, Jr.,  Bridgewater State
Green hauled in 12 receptions for 181 yards and a 33-yard touchdown in the Bears' 45-20 Cranberry Bowl victory over Mass. Maritime. Equaled the BSU program mark for receptions in a game (12) and eclipsed the school single-season records for receiving yards (1,315) and touchdown receptions (16).

Defense

DL Sean Bangs, Sr., Pacific
Bangs ended his Pacific career with a bang, racking up six tackles (five solo) and a forced fumble on a sack of Linfield quarterback Josh Yoder in the Boxers' 28-22 loss to the Wildcats.

DL Brandon Fedorka, Sr., Waynesburg
Fedorka piled up 12 total tackles, four and a half tackles for loss and two sacks in a loss to Washington and Jefferson. Seven of his tackles were solo stops.

DL Aaron Day, Sr., Wilmington
Day had 15 tackles, 12 of them solo, including five tackles for loss, three sacks and two forced fumbles in the Quakers' 41-27 loss to Capital.

LB Michael Shield, So., Rhodes
Shield had two interceptions, returning one of them for a touchdown, broke up a pass, blocked a kick and had 10 tackles as Rhodes defeated Millsaps and knocked the Majors out of the playoff hunt.

LB Ross Fiegener, Jr., Occidental
Fiegener had two interceptions, nine tackles, two fumble recoveries, one forced fumble, a pass breakup and also fielded an onside kick attempt in the third quarter of Oxy's 49-21 win vs. La Verne.

LB Jake Weddle, Jr., Mississippi College
Weddle tallied 18 tackles against No. 3 Mary Hardin-Baylor. He had 11 solo tackles to go along with a tackle for loss and a forced fumble that led to an Choctaws touchdown. 

CB Hartlee Lucas, So., Kalamazoo
Lucas had 11 tackles, 10 solo, broke up two passes and intercepted one to lift the Hornets to a 39-37 win at Olivet. The win left Kalamazoo in a tie for second place in MIAA, its best conference finish since 2000.

S Tanner Troutman, Jr., Lycoming
Troutman tied a school record with three interceptions in Lycoming's 36-20 win over Stevenson. He posted two fourth-quarter interceptions that stopped one-play drives to help ensure the win. He also added a defensive extra point, returning a blocked kick for the two points in the first quarter. 

S Dillon Huber-Parker, Sr., Bridgewater State
Huber-Parker forced three turnovers and recorded 11 solo tackles, including two for loss, in the Bears' 45-20 Cranberry Bowl victory at Mass. Maritime. He recorded a pair of interceptions and forced a fumble.

S Mason Nielsen, Sr., Buena Vista
Nielsen posted the first multi-interception game of his career while playing his final collegiate game and helped BVU post a thrilling comeback win over Dubuque, 29-28. Dubuque had not previously thrown multiple interceptions in a game this season. Neilsen also had six tackles, three solo.

CB Sam Comly, Sr., Washington and Jefferson
Comly produced a team-high nine tackles, four pass breakups and two interceptions during Washington and Jeffersons's 38-13 win against Waynesburg which helped the Presidents clinch the PAC title. He intercepted Waynesburg's Carter Hill twice after Hill had entered game with only two picks all season.

Special teams

K Tyler Stolen, Fr., Buena Vista
Stolen kicked the game-winning 25-yard field goal with 58 seconds left that lifted BVU to a 29-28 win over Dubuque. BVU trailed in the contest, 28-19 with five minutes to play. After pulling within 28-26 with 2:47 remaining, Stolen successfully converted the team's first onside-kick attempt of the year to give the Beavers the ball back to set-up the game-winning kick.

P Dylan Rushe, Sr., Endicott
Rushe deposited seven of his nine punts inside the Salve Regina 20-yard line as the Gulls defeated the Seahawks 24-0 to win the NEFC title. Five of the punts were fair-caught, with just one touchback.

RET Hakeem Bourne-McFarlane, Sr., Augsburg
Bourne-McFarlane returned two kickoffs for touchdowns, an 86-yarder in the second quarter and an 87-yarder in the fourth quarter of Augsburg's season finale at Carleton. Adding another 20-yard return, he ended up with three kick returns for 193 yards in the game, setting a single-game school record for kickoff return yardage. He also had five tackles (three solo) in the game. 

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