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ASC Players of the Week Announced

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AMERICAN SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE

FOOTBALL PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

(Games of November 13, 2010)

 

OFFENSIVE

Mary Hardin-Baylor Offensive Line

Max Taylor, Sr.; Michael Coles, So.; Dustin Davis, Sr.; Ryan Krause, Sr.; Nate Menkin, Jr.

The Mary Hardin-Baylor offensive line composed of senior Max Taylor (Lufkin, TX / LHS), sophomore Michael Coles (San Antonio, TX / Stevens HS), senior Dustin Davis (Harker Heights, TX / HHHS), senior Ryan Krause (Castroville, TX / Medina Valley HS) and junior Nate Menkin (Lago Vista, TX / LVHS) paved the way for 477 rushing yards and did not allow a sack in 31 passing attempts as the nationally-ranked Cru wrapped up the outright conference title and set a program scoring record in the progress with a 81-3 victory against Texas Lutheran. The unit, which was in the game as Quincy Daniels became the ASC's all-time leading rusher, also helped UMHB to eight rushing TDs and a conference-record 39 first downs.

 

CO-DEFENSIVE

Jeremy Bertrand, LB, Jr., Mississippi College

Mississippi College junior linebacker Jeremy Bertrand (Abbeville, LA / Vermillion Catholic HS) had 14 tackles – eight solo and one for loss – one interception, one fumble recovery and a half sack during a 28-17 road loss to McMurry. Bertrand also broke up a pass.

 

Nick Hernandez, LB, Jr., McMurry

McMurry junior linebacker Nick Hernandez (Rosenberg, TX / Foster HS) had 15 tackles – including 3.5 for a loss of 16 yards – and 2.5 sacks to fuel a 28-17 victory over Mississippi College. Hernandez's sacks totaled a loss of 13 yards and helped spearheaded a unit that allowed only 190 yards of total offense.

 

SPECIAL TEAMS

Alan Munoz, PK, Sr., Mary Hardin-Baylor

Mary Hardin-Baylor senior kicker Alan Munoz (Red Oak, TX / Ferris HS) hit a 27-yard field goal and went 10-for-10 on extra-point attempts to help the nationally-ranked Cru wrap up the outright conference title with an 81-3 win over Texas Lutheran. Munoz also tied an ASC career record of points scored by kicking with 267 set from 2003-06 by UMHB's Zach Newcomb.

 
 

OTHER TOP PERFORMANCES

OFFENSE: Hardin-Simmons QB Justin Feaster threw for 379 yards and five TDs in a loss to LC. . . . Louisiana College QB Ben McLaughlin threw for 303 yards and five TDs to fuel a victory over HSU. . . . East Texas Baptist QB Sed Harris ran for 159 yards and passed for 111 more with a combined three touchdowns to pace a win over Sul Ross State. . . . McMurry WR R.J. Long caught seven balls for 93 yards and two scores to give him a program-record 15 TDs on the season. . . . Mississippi College QB Austin Gray came off the bench and led the Choctaws to their first TD in a loss to McM.

DEFENSE: Louisiana College LB Peter Ford had 10 tackles and an interception to fuel a win over HSU. . . . Hardin-Simmons DE Hank Hornsby had eight tackles – including two for loss – and two pass break-ups in a loss to LC. . . . East Texas Baptist CB Victor Flores had six tackles, one interception and a pass break-up in a win over SRSU. . . . Mary Hardin-Baylor LB Javicz Jones made seven tackles and guided a unit that yielded only 28 rushing yards and 160 yards of total offense in a win over TLU. . . . Sul Ross State DE Julian Johnson made four tackles and returned an interception back for a touchdown in a loss to ETBU.

SPECIAL TEAMS: East Texas Baptist K Brett Peddicord hit field goals of 24 and 28 yards during a win over SRSU. . . . McMurry QB Landry Gentry punted twice for a total of 81 yards and neither was returned. . . . Louisiana College P John Babineaux averaged 49.5 yards over four booms during a win over HSU.

 
 

 

 

2010 ASC FOOTBALL PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

 

OFFENSIVE

Week 1 (Sept. 4)

(co) Sed Harris, QB, Jr., East Texas Baptist

(co) Jake Mullin, QB, Jr., McMurry

Week 2 (Sept. 11)

Jake Mullin, QB, Jr., McMurry

Week 3 (Sept. 18)

Lee Carothers, WR, So., Sul Ross State

Week 4 (Sept. 25)

Brian Whitehurst, RB, Jr., Mississippi College

Week 5 (Oct. 2)

LiDarral Bailey, QB, So., Mary Hardin-Baylor

Week 6 (Oct. 9)

Ben McLaughlin, QB, Sr., Louisiana College

Week 7 (Oct. 16)

(co) Sed Harris, QB, Jr., East Texas Baptist

(co) R.J. Long, WR, Jr., McMurry

Week 8 (Oct. 23)

(co) Justin Feaster, QB, Sr., Hardin-Simmons

(co) Jordan Rideaux, WR, Sr., Louisiana College

Week 9 (Oct. 30)

ZaVious Robbins, WR, Sr., Hardin-Simmons

Week 10 (Nov. 6)

Quincy Daniels, RB, Sr., Mary Hardin-Baylor

Week 11 (Nov. 13)

Mary Hardin-Baylor Offensive Line:

Max Taylor, Sr.; Michael Coles, So.;

Dustin Davis, Sr.; Ryan Krause, Sr.; Nate Menkin, Jr.

DEFENSIVE

Week 1 (Sept. 4)

Hank Hornsby, DE, Sr., Hardin-Simmons

Week 2 (Sept. 11)

Demetrius Cody, LB, Jr., Howard Payne

Week 3 (Sept. 18)

Cooper Haralson, S, Sr., Hardin-Simmons

Week 4 (Sept. 25)

(co) Evan Beaton, DT, Sr., East Texas Baptist

(co) Nate Janzen, LB, So., Louisiana College

Week 5 (Oct. 2)

Kevin Stewart, DE, Sr., McMurry

Week 6 (Oct. 9)

Reggie Calhoun, S, So., Louisiana College

Week 7 (Oct. 16)

Evan Beaton, DT, Sr., East Texas Baptist

Week 8 (Oct. 23)

Dustin Retherford, S, Jr., Mississippi College

Week 9 (Oct. 30)

Peter Ford, LB, Fr., Louisiana College

Week 10 (Nov. 6)

(co) Will Morris, FS, Jr., McMurry

(co) Brandon Thomas, S, Fr., Texas Lutheran

Week 11 (Nov. 13)

(co) Jeremy Bertrand, LB, Jr., Mississippi College

(co) Nick Hernandez, LB, Jr., McMurry

SPECIAL TEAMS

Week 1 (Sept. 4)

Mitchell Bailey, PK, So., Howard Payne

Week 2 (Sept. 11)

Jesse Garcia, PK, Jr., McMurry

Week 3 (Sept. 18)

Darius Wilson, RET, So., Mary Hardin-Baylor

Week 4 (Sept. 25)

Brett Peddicord, K/P, Sr., East Texas Baptist

Week 5 (Oct. 2)

Geoff Myles, KR, So., Mary Hardin-Baylor

Week 6 (Oct. 9)

(co) D.J. Baiza, RET, Jr., McMurry

(co) Braxton Oliver, ST, Sr., Hardin-Simmons

Week 7 (Oct. 16)

Brandon Young, KR, Jr., Howard Payne

Week 8 (Oct. 23)

Geoff Myles, KR, So., Mary Hardin-Baylor

Week 9 (Oct. 30)

Darnell Williams, KR, Jr., Louisiana College

Week 10 (Nov. 6)

Geoff Myles, KR, So., Mary Hardin-Baylor

Week 11 (Nov. 13)

Alan Munoz, PK, Sr., Mary Hardin-Baylor

 

 

 http://www.ascsports.org/news/2009/9/13/ASC_FBPLAYERSOFWEEK2.aspx

 

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