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NESCAC Football Week 6 Results

NESCAC Football Week 6 Results

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2010 Standings
NESCAC
 W L W% PF PA
 
1 Amherst 6 0 1.000 257 100Williams 6 0 1.000 217 843 Trinity 5 1 .833 178 734 Wesleyan 4 2 .667 161 1295 Colby 3 3 .500 112 1306 Middlebury 2 4 .333 131 1727 Bates 1 5 .167 56 164Bowdoin 1 5 .167 75 189Hamilton 1 5 .167 83 180Tufts 1 5 .167 136 185
www.nescac.com
Dan FisherAssistant Director, NESCAC
100 Venture Way - Box 13Hadley, MA 01035P: (413) 587-2078F: (413) 587-2167daniel.
sher@trincoll.edu
FOOTBALL
Weekly Release #6 - Oct. 31, 2010 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Offensive Player of the Week
Recent Results
Saturday, Oct. 30
Middlebury 10
at Trinity 25
Tufts 49
at Amherst 70
Bowdoin 7
at Wesleyan 41Williams 38
at Hamilton 7
Colby 10
at Bates 6
Upcoming Games
Saturday, Nov. 6
Colby at Tufts 12:00Bates at Bowdoin 12:30Wesleyan at Williams 1:00Amherst at Trinity 1:00Middlebury at Hamilton 1:00
A
MHERST
· B
ATES
· B
OWDOIN
· C
OLBY
· C
ONNECTICUT
C
OLLEGE
· H
AMILTON
· M
IDDLEBURY
· T
RINITY
· T
UFTS
· W
ESLEYAN
· W
ILLIAMS
Defensive Player of the WeekSpecial Teams Player of the Week
Harry Melendez, Trinity 
(Senior, CB - Holyoke, Mass.)
Melendez picked off two passes for the fourth time this season during the Bantams’ 25-10 victory overMiddlebury on Saturday. His
rst interception of the day came with four minutes left in the
rst half andeventually led to a Trinity
eld goal. Melendez also had three tackles (all solo) and two pass break-upsas part of defensive effort that held Middlebury to just 203 yards of total offense, 23 incompletions on 39attempts, and without any points for the
nal 41:57 of the game. Melendez’s nine interceptions through sixgames ties the NESCAC and the program record for picks in a season.
Matt Rawson, Amherst 
(Junior, P/K - Bethesda, Md.)
Rawson accounted for 16 of the Lord Jeffs’ 70 points during a 70-49 win over Tufts on Saturday. In additionto going a perfect 10-for-10 on extra-point attempts (32-for-33 on the year), Rawson punted the ball fourtimes for an average of 41.8 yards, pinning the Jumbos on their own 1-yard line twice. He also ignited theJeffs’ 35-0 scoring run with less than a minute to play in the second quarter, taking a handoff and rushingthree yards for his
rst career touchdown on a fake
eld goal. Amherst’s 70 points were the second-highesttotal in NESCAC history and the most in 17 years.
Anthony Fucillo, Tufts 
(Senior, QB - Winthrop, Mass.)
Fucillo had a record day in a wild, 70-49 loss at Amherst on Saturday, setting NESCAC and program recordsfor 503 passing yards and 525 yards of total offense against the Lord Jeffs. He completed a team-record42-of-63 passes (.667) with a season-long reception of 65 yards and had a ef
ciency rating of 143.10.Fucillo tossed three touchdown passes and ran for two more as he led the Jumbos to 671 yards of totaloffense, also a NESCAC record.
 
Amherst
Junior RB Eric Bunker (Tops
eld, Mass.) accountedfor four touchdowns and 232 yards of total offense inthe Lord Jeffs’ 70-49 victory over Tufts on Saturday.He gained 193 yards on the ground (23 carries, 8.4per carry) and had three rushing touchdowns, bothcareer-highs, and also caught a team-high six passesfor 39 yards and a touchdown. Bunker was part of arushing attack that amassed 367 yards as part of a total offensiveeffort which gained 632 yards. His second touchdown of the day cameon a 15-yard reception to open the scoring in the third quarter andtied the game at 35-all. Sophomore OLB Sam Clark (Andover, Mass.)and junior ILB Greg Kutzin (Eastchester, N.Y.) each had nine tackles(
ve solo) and an interception in Saturday’s victory. Senior ILB JeffKatz (Cheshire, Conn.) led the Jeffs with 11 tackles (two solo), 2.5going for a combined loss of three yards. Rookie Ryan Silva (Bristol,R.I.) had seven kick returns in the game for a total of 186 yards (26.6average) and a long of 51. The 70-49
nal set a NESCAC record forcombined score (119), smashing the previous record of 99 from 2004,and was the second-highest single team score since Trinity tallied71 points in the 1993 season opener against Bates (71-0). The LordJeffs’ victory also tied the program record for longest winning streak,with their current run now at 14 games. They outscored the Jumbosin the third quarter by a 28-0 margin.
Bates
Junior wide receiver John Squires (Swampscott, Mass.) caught
vepasses for 69 yards (13.9 per catch) and also drew a pass interfer-ence penalty that took the Bobcats into the red zone during the
nalminute of a 10-6 setback to Colby. Junior DE Tyler Kuehl (Plymouth,Mass.) picked off a pass and returned it 71 yards, one yard shy of whatwould have been his second interception returned for a touchdownin as many weeks. Kuehl also had one of Bates’
ve team sacksamong his four tackles.
Bowdoin
Kevin O’Connor (Westwood, Mass.) had seven tackles, including twofor a loss and a sack, in the Polar Bears’ 41-7 setback at Wesleyan onSaturday. The Polar Bears open CBB play this week against Bates,and have either won or shared bragging rights in Maine in each ofthe past four seasons.
Colby
Senior wide receiver Patrick Burns (Charles Town, W. Va.) recordedhis fourth 90-plus-yard receiving game this season, accumulating100 yards over
ve catches in the Mules’ 10-6 victory at Bates. Burnsleads the Mules in receiving yards (418), receiving touchdowns (4),average yards per game (69.7), and average yards per catch (15.5)this season. Sophomore DE Ryan Veillette (West
eld, Mass.) wastied for second among his teammates in tackles with seven (six solo)during the game. He had two sacks for a combined loss of 10 yards.Sophomore kicker David Bendit (Emmaus, Pa.) converted his lone
eld goal attempt of the day, a 21-yard attempt, and made a key extrapoint in Saturday’s victory. Bendit is 3-for-4 for
eld goals and 11-of-13on extra points so far this season. 
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FOOTBALL
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Hamilton
Sophomore linebacker Mike MacDonald (Glen Ridge, N.J.) was cred-ited with a career-high 20 tackles (11 solo) during Saturday’s 38-7setback to Williams. MacDonald had two tackles for a loss of 11 yardsalong with 1.5 sacks. The 20 tackes are the most by a Continentalplayer since Matt Pitarresi made 21 stops against Amherst in 2004.Senior K/P George Taylor (Pleasantville, N.Y.) averaged 40 yardsover nine punts and was 1-for-1 on extra-point attempts in the game.Three of Taylor’s punts landed inside the Eph 20-yard line, and hislongest went for 51 yards.
Middlebury
Senior linebacker Andrew Poulin (Irvington, N.Y.)made a career-high 19 tackles (eight solo) during thePanthers’ 25-10 setback at Trinity on Saturday. He alsohad three tackles for a combined loss of four yardsand a pass break-up.
Trinity
Rookie running back Evan Bunker (Tops
eld, Mass.) set a new Ban-tam record for carries in a contest with 44 for 159 yards (3.6 per carry)and added two pass receptions for 38 yards in Trinity’s 25-10 victoryover Middlebury. Bunker and the Trinity running game held the ballfor 42:20 on Saturday. Junior K/P Tim Costello (Solana Beach, Calif.)was 4-for-4 on
eld goal attempts and 1-for-1 on extra-point attemptsin Saturday’s win over the Panthers, setting a program record with four
eld goals in one game. His
eld goals came from distances of 34, 22,32, and 21 yards. His two second-half punts also pinned Middleburyinside its own three-yard line in the second half.
Tufts
The Jumbos racked up 49 points against a Lord Jeff defense which hadallowed an average of 10.2 points per game heading into Saturday’sshowdown. It was the most points allowed by Amherst since 1991. Tufts’671 yards of total offense broke the standing NESCAC record by eightyards, set 17 years ago by Trinity in the season-opener against Bates.
Wesleyan
Running back Shea Dwyer (Marlborough, Conn.)broke the Cardinals’ single-season rushing record andbecame the program’s
rst 1,000-yard rusher after re-cording 164 yards on 27 carries (6.1 per carry) duringSaturday’s 41-7 victory over Bowdoin. It was Dwyer’s
fth game with over 100 rushing yards this season, ashe has 1,015 yards with two games remaining. Theprevious single-season record at Wesleyan was 871 yards. Dwyeralso added a rushing touchdown in the victory, his 11th this season,as he has scored at least one touchdown on the ground in every oneof Wesleyan’s outings. Freshman tight end Kevin Hughes (Boxboro,Mass.) made his
rst appearance this season and caught two passesfor 40 yards, both touchdowns.
Williams
Junior wide receiver Tomas Kearney (Foxboro, Mass.) caught eightpasses for 131 yards and a touchdown in Saturday’s 38-7 victory atHamilton. Senior linebacker Pat Barren (Worthington, Ohio) had sixtackles (
ve solo) in the victory, along with a pass break-up. Sopho-more LB Hill Hamrick (Charlotte, N.C.) blocked a punt in the
rstquarter of Saturday’s game, setting up the Ephs’
rst score. He alsorecovered a fumble and made one tackle in the win.
Notes From Week #6
Bunker Poulin Dwyer 
 
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FOOTBALL
Weekly Release #6 - Oct. 31, 2010
2010 NESCAC FOOTBALL STATISTICS
Team Statistics through games of October 30, 2010
SCORING OFFENSE G TD XP 2XP DXP FG Saf Pts Avg1. Amherst 6 34 32 0 0 7 0 257 42.82. Williams 6 31 23 1 0 2 0 217 36.23. Trinity 6 24 19 0 0 5 0 178 29.74. Wesleyan 6 23 20 0 0 1 0 161 26.85. Tufts 6 18 16 0 0 4 0 136 22.76. Middlebury 6 16 12 1 0 7 0 131 21.87. Colby 6 15 11 1 0 3 0 112 18.78. Hamilton 6 11 11 0 0 2 0 83 13.89. Bowdoin 6 10 6 0 0 3 0 75 12.510. Bates 6 8 2 0 0 2 0 56 9.3SCORING DEFENSE G TD XP 2XP DXP FG Saf Pts Avg1. Trinity 6 10 7 0 0 2 0 73 12.22. Williams 6 11 9 0 0 3 0 84 14.03. Amherst 6 13 11 1 0 3 0 100 16.74. Wesleyan 6 18 15 0 0 2 0 129 21.55. Colby 6 19 13 0 0 1 0 130 21.76. Bates 6 20 15 1 0 9 0 164 27.37. Middlebury 6 22 19 0 0 7 0 172 28.78. Hamilton 6 25 22 1 0 2 0 180 30.09. Tufts 6 26 20 0 0 3 0 185 30.810. Bowdoin 6 26 21 0 0 4 0 189 31.5PASS OFFENSE G Att Cmp Int Pct. Yds Avg TD Yds/G1. Tufts 6 346 177 10 51.2 1988 5.7 12 331.32. Middlebury 6 333 196 9 58.9 1879 5.6 11 313.23. Williams 6 195 123 7 63.1 1797 9.2 17 299.54. Amherst 6 224 140 1 62.5 1497 6.7 14 249.55. Colby 6 200 110 8 55.0 1287 6.4 10 214.56. Bowdoin 6 203 106 11 52.2 1226 6.0 4 204.37. Wesleyan 6 138 79 3 57.2 972 7.0 7 162.08. Hamilton 6 190 90 9 47.4 930 4.9 6 155.09. Trinity 6 144 72 8 50.0 874 6.1 9 145.710. Bates 6 136 55 4 40.4 642 4.7 3 107.0PASS DEFENSE G Att Cmp Int Pct. Yds Avg TD Yds/G1. Colby 6 165 86 5 52.1 976 5.9 8 162.72. Tufts 6 173 93 9 53.8 1155 6.7 7 192.53. Hamilton 6 162 94 4 58.0 1161 7.2 10 193.54. Williams 6 269 131 6 48.7 1246 4.6 8 207.75. Wesleyan 6 230 133 4 57.8 1333 5.8 12 222.26. Trinity 6 221 102 16 46.2 1334 6.0 9 222.37. Middlebury 6 183 98 5 53.6 1335 7.3 9 222.58. Bowdoin 6 198 111 7 56.1 1375 6.9 12 229.29. Amherst 6 270 161 6 59.6 1573 5.8 6 262.210. Bates 6 238 139 8 58.4 1604 6.7 12 267.3RUSHING OFFENSE G Att Yds Avg TD Yds/G1. Trinity 6 321 1402 4.4 14 233.72. Wesleyan 6 256 1390 5.4 16 231.73. Amherst 6 245 1256 5.1 17 209.34. Williams 6 277 1118 4.0 13 186.35. Bates 6 258 629 2.4 4 104.86. Hamilton 6 192 624 3.2 4 104.07. Colby 6 224 566 2.5 4 94.38. Middlebury 6 181 539 3.0 5 89.89. Bowdoin 6 190 488 2.6 6 81.310. Tufts 6 139 309 2.2 3 51.5RUSHING DEFENSE G Rush Yards Avg. TD Yds/G1. Trinity 6 160 230 1.4 1 38.32. Williams 6 155 401 2.6 2 66.83. Amherst 6 205 525 2.6 7 87.54. Wesleyan 6 214 726 3.4 5 121.05. Bates 6 223 816 3.7 7 136.06. Hamilton 6 241 898 3.7 13 149.77. Colby 6 249 933 3.7 10 155.58. Middlebury 6 263 1097 4.2 12 182.89. Bowdoin 6 255 1333 5.2 12 222.210. Tufts 6 318 1362 4.3 17 227.0TOTAL OFFENSE G Rush Pass Plays Yards Avg/P TD Yds/G1. Williams 6 1118 1797 472 2915 6.2 30 485.82. Amherst 6 1256 1497 469 2753 5.9 31 458.83. Middlebury 6 539 1879 514 2418 4.7 16 403.04. Wesleyan 6 1390 972 394 2362 6.0 23 393.75. Tufts 6 309 1988 485 2297 4.7 15 382.86. Trinity 6 1402 874 465 2276 4.9 23 379.37. Colby 6 566 1287 424 1853 4.4 14 308.88. Bowdoin 6 488 1226 393 1714 4.4 10 285.79. Hamilton 6 624 930 382 1554 4.1 10 259.010. Bates 6 629 642 394 1271 3.2 7 211.8TOTAL DEFENSE G Rush Pass Plys Yards Avg TD Yds/G1. Trinity 6 230 1334 381 1564 4.1 10 260.72. Williams 6 401 1246 424 1647 3.9 10 274.53. Colby 6 933 976 414 1909 4.6 18 318.24. Wesleyan 6 726 1333 444 2059 4.6 17 343.2Hamilton 6 898 1161 403 2059 5.1 23 343.26. Amherst 6 525 1573 475 2098 4.4 13 349.77. Bates 6 816 1604 461 2420 5.2 19 403.38. Middlebury 6 1097 1335 446 2432 5.5 21 405.39. Tufts 6 1362 1155 491 2517 5.1 24 419.510. Bowdoin 6 1333 1375 453 2708 6.0 24 451.3PASS EFFIC. G Att Cmp Pct Int Yds TD Ef
c1. Williams 6 195 123 .631 7 1797 17 162.12. Amherst 6 224 140 .625 1 1497 14 138.43. Wesleyan 6 138 79 .572 3 972 7 128.84. Colby 6 200 110 .550 8 1287 10 117.65. Middlebury 6 333 196 .589 9 1879 11 111.86. Trinity 6 144 72 .500 8 874 9 110.57. Tufts 6 346 177 .512 10 1988 12 105.18. Bowdoin 6 203 106 .522 11 1226 4 98.69. Hamilton 6 190 90 .474 9 930 6 89.410. Bates 6 136 55 .404 4 642 3 81.5PASS DEF EFFIC. G Att Cmp Int Pct. Yds TD Ef
c1. Williams 6 269 131 6 48.7 1246 8 93.02. Trinity 6 221 102 16 46.2 1334 9 95.83. Amherst 6 270 161 6 59.6 1573 6 111.54. Colby 6 165 86 5 52.1 976 8 111.75. Tufts 6 173 93 9 53.8 1155 7 112.86. Wesleyan 6 230 133 4 57.8 1333 12 120.27. Bates 6 238 139 8 58.4 1604 12 124.98. Middlebury 6 183 98 5 53.6 1335 9 125.69. Bowdoin 6 198 111 7 56.1 1375 12 127.310. Hamilton 6 162 94 4 58.0 1161 10 133.7----Gained ---- ----Lost----TURNOVERS G Fum Int Tot Fum Int Tot Mar Per/G1. Amherst 6 8 6 14 3 1 4 +10 1.672. Wesleyan 6 8 4 12 3 3 6 +6 1.003. Trinity 6 2 16 18 5 8 13 +5 0.834. Tufts 6 5 9 14 2 10 12 +2 0.335. Williams 6 8 6 14 6 7 13 +1 0.176. Hamilton 6 5 4 9 1 9 10 -1 -0.17Bates 6 2 8 10 7 4 11 -1 -0.178. Colby 6 6 5 11 8 8 16 -5 -0.83Middlebury 6 4 5 9 5 9 14 -5 -0.8310. Bowdoin 6 1 7 8 9 11 20 -12 -2.00

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