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D3football.com Team of the Week

Manny Longoria dives to stop a Hendrix ball-carrier in a 2018 Texas Lutheran athletics file photo.
Each of Manny Longoria's four tackles was a sack in Texas Lutheran's win vs. McMurry.
Texas Lutheran athletics file photo
 

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Games of Sept. 29, 2018

Offense

QB Johny Davidson, Jr., Washington U.

Davidson completed 37 of 41 passes for a career-high 452 yards and a pair of touchdowns in Wash U's 44-21 win at North Park. Davidson eclipsed 3,000 passing yards in his career in the victory, and ranks eighth in school history with 3,295 career passing yards.

OL Frank Zoltan, Josh Blaz, Andrew Zellers, Jeremy Woelfer, George Carson, Denison

Denison rushed for 330 yards and seven touchdowns in a 68-66 loss to No. 11 Wittenberg. The Tigers entered the game with the 36th-ranked rushing defense in D-III, allowing just 80.7 yards per game. On 31 passing attempts, Denison quarterback Canaan Gebele was sacked only once.

RB Vontre Howard
Jr., Methodist

Howard set a program record with 244 yards rushing in Methodist's 48-34 win vs. Huntingdon. His record-breaking afternoon included TD scampers of 22 and 95 yards. Howard averaged 12.4 yards per carry in the win.

RB Lamar Carswell
Sr., Trine

Carswell recorded his second consecutive 200-yard rushing game of the season in a 35-25 win against Hope. He scored four rushing touchdowns in a game for the second time in his career and was his ninth career game with three or more rushing TDs.

WR Nick Petros
So., Moravian

Petros set school records with 241 receiving yards and four receiving TDs in the first half on just six receptions. He scored on passes of 69, 78, 34 and 33 yards as the Hounds took a 45-0 lead vs. Gettysburg. Petros also serves as Moravian's punter, holder and kick returner.

WR Ben Fleet
Sr., Franklin

Fleet set career highs in receptions, yards and touchdowns in Franklin's 42-39 win over Rose-Hulman. He caught the game-winning touchdown when he hauled in a 31-yard pass on fourth-and-10 with 21 seconds to go to put the Grizzlies ahead for good.

WR Mitch Carsley
Jr., Susquehanna

Carsley had Susquehanna's first 200-yard receiving day since 2013 in a 30-24 win vs. Dickinson. He had nine catches for 203 yards. That included two TD catches of 60-plus yards (69, 62) as well as the game-winner in OT of 22 yards.

Defense

DE Javon Muhammad
Sr., MacMurray

Muhammad held Northwestern to 40 yards rushing, 202 total yards in a 15-13 road win. He broke up four passes, had three and a half tackles for loss and two sacks. In addition, Muhammad had seven tackles, three solo.

DT Austin Dean
Sr., Brockport

Dean picked up six tackles in a win vs. St. John Fisher, including 1.5 sacks and three tackles for a loss of 9 yards. The Eagles limited SJF to minus-51 yards. Dean also blocked a 31-yard field goal attempt in the second quarter.

DT Dan Gensmer
Jr., Martin Luther

Gensmer recorded three sacks and a team-high seven tackles in a 49-21 win over St. Scholastica. Gensmer led a defensive line that held the Saints to 2 yards rushing on 17 carries.

DE Manny Longoria
Jr., Texas Lutheran

Longoria had four solo tackles, all of them sacks, in a 65-7 win vs. McMurry. He had sacks of 14, 7, 7 and 5 yards. On that last sack, Longoria sacked the quarterback and forced a fumble that was recovered at the McMurry 19. The Bulldogs scored two plays later to take a 41-0 lead.

 

LB Charles McCall
So., King's

McCall had 14 tackles (11 solo), four sacks, a forced fumble and an interception in a 29-14 win at Lycoming. His four sacks were for 22 yards for loss, and were the second-most in a single game in program history.

LB Max Garda
So., Washington & Jefferson

Garda racked up 15 tackles (10 solo) and five tackles for loss in W&J's 27-20 win at Bethany, setting career highs for both categories.

LB Marshon Crowder
So., Dubuque

Crowder ran back a fumble to score the winning touchdown with 30 seconds left in a 49-42 win vs. Loras. Crowder also had an interception and two pass breakups, will recording eight tackles, six of them solo.

 

CB Jason Clayton
Jr., Puget Sound

Clayton's second interception of the game was in the end zone during OT. It was the last play of the game and sealed a Logger victory. He finished with three tackles, two solo, and three pass breakups.

S Jed Schlegel
Jr., UW-Stout

Schlegel finished with 10 tackles, four solo, had two pass breakups and his second interception of the season in a 26-20 win over UW-Eau Claire. With Stout holding a 26-20 lead late in the fourth quarter, Schlegel's interception sealed the win for the Blue Devils.

S Cole Yoder
Sr., UW-Oshkosh

Yoder intercepted two passes and recorded six tackles as UW-Oshkosh defeated UW-River Falls 48-14. Tied 7-7 in the second quarter, Yoder stopped a UWRF drive with his interception at the Titan 32. Then with a 34-14 lead in the third period, Yoder ended another UWRF possession.

CB Tommy Ganley
Sr., Western New England

Ganley intercepted two passes and broke up another in Western New England's 41-14 victory vs. Salve Regina. He also recorded three tackles, all of them solo stops.

Special teams

K Andrew Fabry, Jr.
Albion

Fabry kicked three field goals, including a 33-yarder in the second overtime period, as Albion escaped with a 37-34 victory over Alma. Before the game-winning kick, Fabry was good from 41 and 28 yards and was perfect on four extra points as well.

RET K.J. Miller, So.
Mary-Hardin Baylor 

Miller had an 84-yard punt return for a touchdown on his only return against Southwestern. It was the fourth-longest punt return in UMHB history and his second TD return of the year. Miller currently leads all NCAA divisions in punt return average.

P Stephen Adams, Sr.
Delaware Valley

Adams helped the Aggies with field position, putting four of his six punts inside the 20 and averaging 46.8 yards per boot. He had a 63-yarder in the third while his last punt in the fourth was downed at the 16. Stevenson fumbled on the next play and Del Val scored for a 28-20 lead.

ST Troy Jones, Jr.
Wittenberg

Jones came up with two clutch blocked kicks in a 68-66 four-overtime win at Denison. He swatted away a Big Red field goal attempt early in the second quarter, before coming up with what would end up being a game-saving block on a PAT late in the third quarter after a DU score.

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