Games of Oct. 26-27, 2001
QB Joel Steele, So., Anderson
Steele completed 40 of 62 passes for 470 yards and six touchdowns while throwing only one interception. He broke six school records and the team broke 11 school records in a 51-27 victory against Hanover.
OL LT Charles Han, Fr.; LG Angelo Giokoumis, Sr.; C Mark Shafer, Sr.; RG Jeff Tappenden, Sr.; RT Eric Eastman, Fr., Chapman
In a 34-12 win against La Verne, the line helped runners gain 5.1 yards a pop on 50 carries and allowed no sacks on 233 passing yards.
RB Marvin Langley, Sr., Western New England
Langley rushed for a season high 261 yards on 43 carries and scored four touchdowns, including the game-winner on a 4-yard run with 1:08 remaining in a 28-21 win at MIT. He has rushed for 516 yards and eight touchdowns in his last two games.
RB Mike Smith, Sr., Dickinson
Smith carried 23 times for 184 yards and two touchdowns, including five times for 74 yards in a fourth-quarter drive that tied the game in a 17-14 overtime win against Johns Hopkins.
WR Michael Coleman, Sr., Widener
Coleman had seven catches for 213 yards and two touchdowns, all in the first half as Widener built up a 35-0 lead by the break. Coleman's two touchdown receptions were the 37th and 38th of his career and he becomes the Middle Atlantic Conference career record holder in the category.
WR Danny Noyes, Sr. Colby
Noyes caught nine passes for 209 yards and two touchdowns and ran for 65 yards on two carries in a 42-0 win against Bates.
TE Damian Richard, Sr., Catholic
Richard caught five passes for 152 yards and three touchdowns in Catholic's 34-21 win against Emory & Henry.
DL Chase Neal, Sr., Sewanee
Notched 11 total tackles (six solo), four tackles for loss and a sack in a 17-7 loss to Millsaps. Neal has been playing the last three games with a double fracture in his left hand.
DL Jeremy Fox, Sr., Bridgewater (Va.)
Fox came up with a key play in a 34-28 overtime victory against Washington & Lee when he stopped a scoring drive by stripping the ball from Marc Watson and returning the fumble 82 yards for a touchdown to tie the score at 14-14. He totaled 10 tackles (three solo), two for loss.
DL John Menjik, Sr., RPI
Menjik had 10½ stops (four solo), with four tackles for loss and a pass broken up in a 16-12 win against St. John Fisher.
DL Kevin Anderson, Sr., Bridgewater State
Anderson had nine total tackles (five solo) in a 14-0 win against Fitchburg State. Four of his five solo stops were sacks for losses of 16 yards. Anderson also forced two fumbles.
LB Justin Knapp, So., Wheaton
Knapp, who made 12 tackles (11 solo), was the leading tackler on a defense that made 19 tackles behind the line of scrimmage in a 48-14 win against Elmhurst. He had two tackles for loss.
LB Robert Davis, So., Montclair State
David had 12 tackles (nine solo), broke up a pass and both caused and recovered a fumble in a 42-30 win against New Jersey. Montclair State limited the Lions to minus-2 yards rushing, 178 total yards.
LB Mark Del Tin, Widener
Del Tin led the defense in tackles with eight (six solo) and the Pioneers limited FDU to only seven points and 155 yards of total offense. During the first half, where Del Tin did most of his damage, the Devils managed only 15 yards of total offense, 16 of which were in the air. Del Tin had six tackles for loss and three sacks for minus-17 yards.
DB Rocky Myers, Fr., Wesley
Myers had five takeaways and 10 total tackles in a 56-10 win against Salisbury. He intercepted three passes, returning them for 20 yards, and recovered two fumbles.
DB Brian Britt, Sr., Centre
Britt's two interceptions helped hold DePauw to 26-for-60 passing in a 34-31 overtime win. Britt had six total tackles, five solo, and broke up another pass.
DB Lonnie Meadows, Sr., Catholic
Meadows had 17 total tackles, including 14 solo, and broke up two passes in a 34-21 win against Emory & Henry.
DB Khalid Naziruddin, Fr., Howard Payne
Naziruddin blocked a punt, intercepted two passes and broke up three more to go with nine tackles in a 44-9 win against McMurry.
K Todd Freelove, Sr., Brockport State
Freelove went 4-for-4 on field goals, including a school-record 56-yarder in a 46-0 win against Mount Ida. He also connected from 37, 46 and 47 yards.
P Justin Lowery, So., Louisiana College
Lowery punted seven times for 241 yards, but put four of those inside the 20-yard line in a 48-44 loss to Texas Lutheran.
RET Fred Jackson, Jr. Coe
Jackson had 284 all-purpose yards and three touchdowns in a 28-6 win agianst Cornell, including an 86-yard kickoff return for a score.