Team of the Week
Games of Nov. 1-2, 2013
|Greensboro receiver Dexter
Russell made it seem like warmups with his performance vs.
Greensboro athletics file photo
QB Bryan Bradshaw, Sr., Dubuque
Bradshaw completed 27 of 39 passes for 500 yards and four touchdowns in Dubuque's 50-48 loss to Simpson. He finished with 513 yards of total offense and did not throw an interception.
OL John Gaffney, Sean Nagy, Justin
Johnson, Dakota Cowell, Paul Hurley, Salve Regina
Salve Regina set a program record of 604 total yards of offense including 347 yards passing from junior Steven Wilken. The Seahawks ran for 51 yards above their season average and managed to control the clock for nearly 34 minutes agains triple-option Maine Maritime.
RB Harry Meisner, Sr.,
Meisner ran for a school-record 254 yards and a school-record five touchdowns on 25 carries (10.2 yards per rush) in a 49-20 win vs. Hendrix.
RB Chris Negron, Fr.,
Negron ran for 200-plis yards for the second straight week with a career high 251 yards on 37 attempts in the Greyhounds' 41-21 win over Gettysburg. Negron found the end zone twice with runs of 9 and 18 yards to raise his season total to seven touchdowns, and he also caught one pass for 4 yards.
WR Dexter Russell, Sr.,
Russell caught 23 passes for 309 yards and three touchdowns in a 51-50 loss to Methodist. That total doesn't include a two-point conversion pass he caught with 6:57 to go in the game to give the Pride a 50-44 lead. He was two catches short of tying the Division III mark for receptions in a game.
WR Jaime Harris, Jr., Mississippi
Harris caught eight passes for 199 yards and a touchdown in a 41-28 win at East Texas Baptist. The touchdown was a 79-yard reception from Jonathon Redd that gave the Choctaws the lead for good after ETBU had tied the game at 28-28.
TE William Sadik-Khan, Sr.,
Sadik-Khan had three touchdown catches (13, 24, 22) and 124 yards receiving on eight receptions in a 40-13 win over Hamilton.
DE Tom Hagan, So., Cortland
Hagan came off the bench after an injury to starter Joe Kirchner and finished with 11 tackles. Three of his tackles were for losses, including two sacks, in Cortland's 10-9 loss at Rowan.
DT Matt Pattison, Sr.,
Pattison totaled four sacks in Albright’s 33-19 win over Widener. The Lions had 10 sacks as a team. He also had seven tackles (five solo) and batted down a pass.
DT Ted Abriel, Sr.,
Abriel helped Rensselaer to a 28-13 win over Merchant Marine by making a game-high 11 tackles, including six unassisted. He had two sacks with 10 yards lost, forced a fumble and a fumble recovery. The Engineers held the Mariners to 175 yards on the ground, which was 110 yards below their per-game average.
DE Alex Davis, So.,
Davis recorded three of the team's six sacks in a win at Concordia-Chicago. He had seven total tackles, including four tackles for loss.
LB Jacob Zilbar, Jr.,
Zilbar had a pair of tackles for loss and forced two fumbles to go along with 17 tackles in Platteville's loss at UW-Whitewater. He had 10 solo tackles and a sack.
LB Michael Juberian, Jr.,
Juberian recorded his eighth straight double-digit tackle game, leading all players with 14 tackles (nine solo), including 1.5 tackles for loss, in Augsburg's 17-14 loss to St. Thomas. Juberian started his collegiate career at St. Thomas.
LB Brett McCarty, Sr.,
McCarty racked up 24 total tackles, 10 solo, in the Britons' 42-28 win vs. Olivet.
CB Chantz Singletary, Fr., Texas
Singletary broke up seven passes in the Bulldogs' 37-27 home win over Louisiana College. He also intercepted a pass late in the first half and returned it 36 yards down to the LC 6 with 18 seconds to play in the half. TLU scored one play later and took a 21-7 lead into the break. He also had five solo tackles.
S Anthony Orlando, So.,
Orlando led the Moravian defense in the Greyhounds' 41-21 win over Gettysburg by making a game-high 15 tackles which included 12 solo stops, three tackles for loss, a sack and a pass breakup.
S Justin Woods, So.,
Woods returned two interceptions for touchdowns in the first half of a 66-0 victory by Wabash over Hiram. His first score came on a 38-yard return in the first quarter. He added a 69-yard TD return in the second quarter, setting a Wabash record for interception return yards in a game with a total of 107.
CB Isaiah Berrios, Jr., Western New
Berrios had a career-tying six tackles and his first career interception that led to a touchdown pass play to round out the scoring for the Golden Bears in a come-from-behind 38-27 victory against Curry.
K Daniel Sobolewski, So.,
Sobolewski made four of five field goals, with his only miss coming from 46 yards in a 33-19 win vs. Widener He connected on a 49-yard field goal. Also recorded one touchback and a crucial fourth quarter kickoff tackle with Albright still leading Widener by just seven.
P T.J. Luddy, Sr.,
Luddy averaged 49.5 yards per punt. Three of his kicks were inside the 20, while the other went out of bounds at the 21. None of the punts were returned. He had kicks of 67, 55 and 52 yards.
ST Chris Papacek, Fr.,
Papacek made not one but two blocks against Becker as the Bison won, 40-34, in dramactic fashion on the road to remain perfect on the season. Papacek blocked Dejahn Dawkins' point after attempt after the Hawks scored a touchdown four minutes into the game. It was Papacek's block at the end of the game that began the capper to Gallaudet's miracle win. Dawkins lined up for a 31-yard field goal with two seconds left in regulation and the game tied 34-34. Papacek came off the right edge, unblocked, and leaped and blocked the kick. The block sent the ball bouncing backwards where GU senior Ryan Bonheyo scooped up the loose ball, in stride, as he ran the final 60 yards to the end zone and the touchdown with no time left as GU won.
RET Sam Carney, Jr.,
Carney made one of the biggest plays of the game with a 67-yard punt return touchdown just before halftime to give Ithaca a 13-0 lead in the Bombers' eventual 23-0 win over Frostburg State.