Dan Calabrese Selected to 2013 Ohio vs. Michigan Senior Bowl

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PICKERINGTON, Ohio – GameDay Management, Inc. has released the rosters for the 2013 Ohio vs. Michigan Senior Bowl, which will be played on Saturday, April 20 at the Pro Football Hall of Fame's Fawcett Stadium in Canton, Ohio. Amongst those named to the Ohio Roster was Case Western Reserve University senior safety Dan Calabrese (Concord, Ohio/Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin).

The 2013 Ohio vs. Michigan Senior marks the fourth year of the Senior Bowl, but the first with the Ohio vs. Michigan format. The Senior Bowl features the top collegiate football players from Ohio and Michigan from all divisions including NCAA FBS, FCS, DII, DIII and NAIA.

"As we approach our fourth year with the Senior Bowl, I am amazed by the talent and awareness our event has generated in just its short history," said Todd Oliver, President of GameDay Management. "From top to bottom, this year's class of players is our best yet, and we still have a few roster spots remaining to be filled over the next week or so."

Calabrese, a two-time UAA Special Teams Player of the Year, recorded 53 tackles with a fumble recovery and a team high-tying eight pass break ups in 2012. He finished his career as a three-time All-University Athletic Association honoree at safety and a two-time OhioCollegeFootball.com Division III All-Ohio pick.

A 2012 semifinalist for the William V. Campbell Trophy, given to the student-athlete with the best combination of academics, community service, and on-field performance, Calabrese concluded his Spartan career with 159 tackles, seven interceptions and four fumble recoveries.

On special teams, he tallied a school-record 775 punt return yards as well as 916 kickoff return yards.

Kickoff for the 2013 Ohio vs. Michigan Senior Bowl is set for 1:30 p.m. on April 20.

Tickets for the game as well as the kickoff banquet may be purchased HERE, the Memorial Fieldhouse Ticket Office at Canton McKinley High School or by calling 614-282-4097.