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NESCAC FTBALL WEEK 7

NESCAC FTBALL WEEK 7

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2010 Standings
NESCAC
 W L W% PF PA
 
1 Williams 7 0 1.000 262 912 Amherst 6 1 .857 270 128Trinity 6 1 .857 206 864 Colby 4 3 .571 154 171Wesleyan 4 3 .571 168 1746 Middlebury 3 4 .429 161 1987 Bowdoin 2 5 .286 96 2098 Bates 1 6 .143 76 185Hamilton 1 6 .143 109 210Tufts 1 6 .143 177 227
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 #7 - Nov. 7, 2010 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Offensive Co-Players of the Week
Recent Results
Saturday, Nov. 6Colby 42
at Tufts 41Bates 20
at Bowdoin 21
Wesleyan 7
at Williams 45
Amherst 13
at Trinity 28Middlebury 30
at Hamilton 26
Upcoming Games
Saturday, Nov. 13
Hamilton at Bates 12:00Trinity at Wesleyan 12:00Williams at Amherst 12:00Tufts at Middlebury 12:00Bowdoin at Colby 12:30
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
Ian Vieira, Bowdoin 
(Junior, LB - Plymouth, Mass.)
Vieira had a hand in two key second half turnovers that directly led to nine Polar Bear points, as Bowdoin rallied froma 14-12 halftime de
cit to a 21-14 lead against Bates in an eventual 21-20 victory. Early in the third quarter, Vieiraintercepted a pass at the Bobcat 30 and returned it nine yards, as the Polar Bears scored the go-ahead touchdowntwo plays later. Later in the quarter, Vieira recovered a fumble in Bates territory, setting up what proved to be thedecisive
eld goal. He also had
ve tackles in the game (four solo), including one for a loss of four yards.
Jeff Lauer, Williams 
(Junior, P/K - Bethesda, Md.)
Lauer, a goalkeeper on the Ephs’ men’s soccer team, was added to the football roster in week two having neverplayed the game before. In his
rst
eld goal attempt ever on Saturday against Wesleyan, Lauer connected 32yards. He was also 1-for-1 on extra point attempts.
Nick Kmetz, Colby 
(Junior, QB - Laurel, Del.)
Kmetz set three single-game program records en route to accumulating 473 yards of total offense and three touchdowns inleading the Mules back from a 41-28 de
cit to a last-second 42-41 victory at Tufts on Saturday. Kmetz was 40-for-53 (.755)through the air for 392 yards and three TDs and gained 81 yards on 17 carries (4.8 yards per rush). Kmetz orchestratedthe 17-play, 73 yard game-winning drive with 3:24 to go, twice converting on fourth down and hitting Spencer Merwin witha one-yard scoring pass with no time left. He established records for total offense in a game, completions, and attempts.
Evan Bunker, Trinity 
(Freshman, RB - Tops
eld, Mass.)
Bunker rushed 45 times for 211 yards (4.7 per carry) and one touchdown and also tossed a
ve-yard touchdown pass in thefourth quarter to give the Bantams a 14-13 lead as part of a 28-13 victory over Amherst on Saturday. His touchdown passcame on third-and-goal from the
ve, as he lined up in the shotgun formation and faked a run before tossing the go-aheadscore. Bunker’s 45 carries broke the single-game program record of 44, which he established the week prior.
 
Amherst
Senior QB Alex Vetras (Bellevue, Wash.) had his impressive streakof consecutive passes without an interception end in a 28-13 loss atTrinity on Saturday. He threw 221 passes without a pick, which lastcame in the
rst game of the season. Vetras was able to increasehis streak of consecutive games with at least one touchdown pass to23. On the
rst play of Saturday’s game at Trinity, Vetras became the
rst quarterback in Amherst history to surpass 5,000 career passingyards. Classmate Brian Murphy (Evanston, Ill.) caught two Vetraspasses to bring his streak of consecutive games with at least onereception to 23. Sophomore DL Matt Sponheimer (Orange, Conn.) had12 tackles (
ve solo) and two sacks for a combined loss of 22 yards.Junior DL Kevin Ferber (Mahwah, N.J.) also had 12 tackles (
ve solo)in the game, while junior DB evan Rosenstein (New Canaan, Conn.)led all players with 13 tackles (seven solo). Junior P/K Matt Rawson(Bethesda, Md.) was 2-for-2 on
eld goal attempts, 1-for-1 in his loneextra point try, and averaged 38.9 yards over seven punts. He hada long of 47 yards and pinned the Bantams inside their own 20 on
ve occasions. Rawson’s two
eld goals tied the program record formade attempts in a single season (eight). He is now 8-for-9 on
eldgoals and 33-for-34 on PAT this fall.
Bates
Senior RB Jared Jammal (Concord, Mass.) gained a career-high56 yards on 13 carries and scored his team-leading fourth rushingtouchdown of the season in a 21-20 setback at Bowdoin. Junior OLBBrett McAllister (Exeter, N.H.) recorded a team-high eight tackles(seven solo) and made his team-leading fourth sack of the seasonin Saturday’s loss.
Bowdoin
Senior wide receiver Brendan Garner (Swampscott, Mass.) caughtsix passes, including a pair of touchdown passes, to lead the PolarBears to a 21-20 victory over Bates on Saturday. Garner caughtscoring passes of 35 and 10 yards in the victory. Three of his fourreceptions gave Bowdoin a
rst down.
Colby
The Mules set four team records in Saturday’s 42-41, come-from-be-hind victory at Tufts, including a record for
rst downs with 40. Seniorlinebacker Ryan Murphy (Mans
eld, Mass.) had a key interceptionin the fourth quarter of Saturday’s game, as he made a team-highseven tackles (four solo). Down 41-28, Murphy’s interception with9:09 to play sparked Colby’s comeback. Sophomore kicker DavidBendit (Emmaus, Pa.) made all six of his PAT attempts, includingthe
nal attempt with no time remaining in regulation to clinch thevictory over the Jumbos.
Hamilton
Freshman running back James Stanell (Coopersburg, Pa.) rushedfor a season-high 151 yards on 22 carries (6.9 yards per rush) andscored two touchdowns on the ground in the Continentals’ 30-26 lossto Middlebury. Stanell added a third TD on a 22-yard reception, and
nished with three catches for 32 yards. He also returned six kickoffsa total of 115 yards. Sophomore DL Jim Forrey (Glen Rock, N.J.) wascredited with six tackles (
ve solo), including a sack for a loss of sevenyards. It was his team-high
fth sack of the season.
New England Small College Athletic Conference
FOOTBALL
Weekly Release #7 - Nov. 7, 2010
Middlebury
Senior QB Donald McKillop (Poway, Calif.) completed30-of-46 passes (.652) for 359 yards and a pair oftouchdowns in Saturday’s 30-26 victory at Hamilton.He has now thrown for over 8,400 yards in 29 careergames. Wide receiver Nick Resor (Westwood, mass.)caught 10 passes for 146 yards. Six of Resor’s catcheswere for more than 10 yards, and three were over 20.Senior LB Andrew Poulin (Irvington, N.Y.) made a dozen stops (ninesolo) and had a sack in the victory. Senior kicker Anthony Kuchan(Wauwatosa, Wis.) converted 3-of-4
eld goals and was 3-for-3 onextra points in the win. His
eld goals came from a distance of 21,39, and 34 yards.
Trinity
The Bantams have now won 39 straight games at home and havenot lost in 36 games on its turf
eld surface. Trinity is currently in themidst of a
ve-game winning streak this season. Junior ILB WalterFallas (Everett, Mass.) led the Bantams with eight tackles (three solo)and also broke up a pass in Saturday’s victory. Trinity held the ballfor 42:45 in the win over Amherst.
Tufts
Freshman WR Pat Nee (Essex Junction, Vt.) caught seven passesfor 135 yards and a touchdown in Saturday’s 42-41 setback to Colby.His 37-yard TD reception - the
rst of his career - came in the secondquarter and helped the Jumbos tie the game at 21-all. Defensivelineman Alex Gresham (Milton, Mass.), one of 13 seniors honoredat the Jumbos’
nal home game of the season, had his
rst careerinterception, returning it 29 yards. Classmate Matt Murray (Winthrop,Mass.)
nished the game with 13 tackles (10 solo).
Wesleyan
Running back Shea Dwyer (Marlborough, Conn.)recorded his sixth 100-plus-yard game of the seasonat Williams on Saturday, carrying the ball 32 times for113 yards (3.5 per carry). He is the
rst Cardinal to goover 100 yards on the ground against the Ephs sinceLarry Woolard amassed 183 yards in 1999, the lasttime Wesleyan beat Williams.
Williams
Senior QB Pat Mof
tt (Washington Township, N.J.)had a hand in
ve of the Ephs’ six touchdowns inSaturday’s 45-7 win over Wesleyan. Mof
tt connectedon 18-of-25 passes (.720) for 292 yards and four TDcompletions. He also ran for a score, as he carried theball four times for 17 yards. Mof
tt broke the Williamssingle-season record for touchdowns thrown with 21through seven games. The previous record of 17 was shared by MikeBajakian ‘96 and Joe Reardon ‘04. In addition, Mof
tt establishedthe program record for career touchdown passes with 41, surpass-ing the 38 which Reardon threw during his tenure. Senior linebackerPat Barren (Worthington, Ohio) made seven tackles (three solo) inSaturday’s win over the Cardinals, with one tackle for a loss of fouryards. He also had a sack and a fumble recovery.
Notes From Week #7
Dwyer Resor Mof 
fi 
tt 
 
New England Small College Athletic Conference
FOOTBALL
Weekly Release #7 - Nov. 7, 2010
2010 NESCAC FOOTBALL STATISTICS
Team Statistics through games of November 6, 2010
SCORING OFFENSE G TD XP 2XP DXP FG Saf Pts Avg1. Amherst 7 35 33 0 0 9 0 270 38.62. Williams 7 37 29 1 0 3 0 262 37.43. Trinity 7 28 23 0 0 5 0 206 29.44. Tufts 7 24 19 1 0 4 0 177 25.35. Wesleyan 7 24 21 0 0 1 0 168 24.06. Middlebury 7 19 15 1 0 10 0 161 23.07. Colby 7 21 17 1 0 3 0 154 22.08. Hamilton 7 15 13 0 0 2 0 109 15.69. Bowdoin 7 13 6 0 0 4 0 96 13.710. Bates 7 11 4 0 0 2 0 76 10.9SCORING DEFENSE G TD XP 2XP DXP FG Saf Pts Avg1. Trinity 7 11 8 0 0 4 0 86 12.32. Williams 7 12 10 0 0 3 0 91 13.03. Amherst 7 17 15 1 0 3 0 128 18.34. Colby 7 25 16 1 0 1 0 171 24.45. Wesleyan 7 24 21 0 0 3 0 174 24.96. Bates 7 23 15 1 0 10 0 185 26.47. Middlebury 7 26 21 0 0 7 0 198 28.38. Bowdoin 7 29 23 0 0 4 0 209 29.99. Hamilton 7 28 25 1 0 5 0 210 30.010. Tufts 7 32 26 0 0 3 0 227 32.4PASS OFFENSE G Att Cmp Int Pct. Yds Avg TD Yds/G1. Tufts 7 390 206 11 52.8 2347 6.0 16 335.32. Middlebury 7 379 226 10 59.6 2238 5.9 13 319.73. Williams 7 221 141 8 63.8 2089 9.5 21 298.44. Colby 7 255 150 9 58.8 1679 6.6 13 239.95. Amherst 7 262 156 2 59.5 1659 6.3 15 237.06. Bowdoin 7 232 120 14 51.7 1416 6.1 6 202.37. Hamilton 7 221 111 10 50.2 1154 5.2 8 164.98. Wesleyan 7 153 87 4 56.9 1032 6.7 7 147.49. Trinity 7 157 80 9 51.0 1028 6.5 12 146.910. Bates 7 157 65 5 41.4 778 5.0 5 111.1PASS DEFENSE G Att Cmp Int Pct. Yds Avg TD Yds/G1. Williams 7 284 139 7 48.9 1306 4.6 8 186.62. Colby 7 209 115 6 55.0 1335 6.4 12 190.73. Trinity 7 259 118 17 45.6 1496 5.8 10 213.74. Bowdoin 7 219 121 8 55.3 1511 6.9 14 215.95. Hamilton 7 208 124 5 59.6 1520 7.3 12 217.16. Tufts 7 228 133 10 58.3 1547 6.8 10 221.07. Middlebury 7 214 119 6 55.6 1559 7.3 11 222.78. Wesleyan 7 256 151 5 59.0 1625 6.3 16 232.19. Amherst 7 283 169 7 59.7 1727 6.1 9 246.710. Bates 7 267 153 11 57.3 1794 6.7 14 256.3RUSHING OFFENSE G Att Yds Avg TD Yds/G1. Trinity 7 388 1653 4.3 15 236.12. Wesleyan 7 301 1519 5.0 17 217.03. Amherst 7 263 1304 5.0 17 186.34. Williams 7 312 1228 3.9 15 175.45. Bates 7 314 805 2.6 5 115.06. Hamilton 7 228 788 3.5 6 112.67. Colby 7 276 782 2.8 7 111.78. Middlebury 7 201 606 3.0 6 86.69. Bowdoin 7 228 586 2.6 7 83.710. Tufts 7 157 359 2.3 5 51.3RUSHING DEFENSE G Rush Yards Avg. TD Yds/G1. Trinity 7 178 278 1.6 1 39.72. Williams 7 200 530 2.7 3 75.73. Amherst 7 272 776 2.9 8 110.94. Wesleyan 7 249 836 3.4 7 119.45. Bates 7 261 914 3.5 8 130.66. Hamilton 7 261 965 3.7 14 137.97. Colby 7 267 983 3.7 12 140.48. Middlebury 7 299 1261 4.2 14 180.19. Bowdoin 7 311 1509 4.9 13 215.610. Tufts 7 370 1578 4.3 20 225.4TOTAL OFFENSE G Rush Pass Plays Yards Avg/P TD Yds/G1. Williams 7 1228 2089 533 3317 6.2 36 473.92. Amherst 7 1304 1659 525 2963 5.6 32 423.33. Middlebury 7 606 2238 580 2844 4.9 19 406.34. Tufts 7 359 2347 547 2706 4.9 21 386.65. Trinity 7 1653 1028 545 2681 4.9 27 383.06. Wesleyan 7 1519 1032 454 2551 5.6 24 364.47. Colby 7 782 1679 531 2461 4.6 20 351.68. Bowdoin 7 586 1416 460 2002 4.4 13 286.09. Hamilton 7 788 1154 449 1942 4.3 14 277.410. Bates 7 805 778 471 1583 3.4 10 226.1TOTAL DEFENSE G Rush Pass Plys Yards Avg TD Yds/G1. Trinity 7 278 1496 437 1774 4.1 11 253.42. Williams 7 530 1306 484 1836 3.8 11 262.33. Colby 7 983 1335 476 2318 4.9 24 331.14. Wesleyan 7 836 1625 505 2461 4.9 23 351.65. Hamilton 7 965 1520 469 2485 5.3 26 355.06. Amherst 7 776 1727 555 2503 4.5 17 357.67. Bates 7 914 1794 528 2708 5.1 22 386.98. Middlebury 7 1261 1559 513 2820 5.5 25 402.99. Bowdoin 7 1509 1511 530 3020 5.7 27 431.410. Tufts 7 1578 1547 598 3125 5.2 30 446.4PASS EFFIC. G Att Cmp Pct Int Yds TD Ef
c1. Williams 7 221 141 .638 8 2089 21 167.32. Amherst 7 262 156 .595 2 1659 15 130.13. Colby 7 255 150 .588 9 1679 13 123.94. Wesleyan 7 153 87 .569 4 1032 7 123.45. Trinity 7 157 80 .510 9 1028 12 119.76. Middlebury 7 379 226 .596 10 2238 13 115.37. Tufts 7 390 206 .528 11 2347 16 111.38. Bowdoin 7 232 120 .517 14 1416 6 99.59. Hamilton 7 221 111 .502 10 1154 8 97.010. Bates 7 157 65 .414 5 778 5 87.2PASS DEF EFFIC. G Att Cmp Int Pct. Yds TD Ef
c1. Williams 7 284 139 7 48.9 1306 8 91.92. Trinity 7 259 118 17 45.6 1496 10 93.73. Amherst 7 283 169 7 59.7 1727 9 116.54. Tufts 7 228 133 10 58.3 1547 10 121.05. Colby 7 209 115 6 55.0 1335 12 121.96. Bates 7 267 153 11 57.3 1794 14 122.87. Bowdoin 7 219 121 8 55.3 1511 14 127.08. Middlebury 7 214 119 6 55.6 1559 11 128.29. Wesleyan 7 256 151 5 59.0 1625 16 129.010. Hamilton 7 208 124 5 59.6 1520 12 135.2----Gained ---- ----Lost----TURNOVERS G Fum Int Tot Fum Int Tot Mar Per/G1. Amherst 7 8 7 15 3 2 5 +10 1.432. Wesleyan 7 8 5 13 4 4 8 +5 0.71Trinity 7 2 17 19 5 9 14 +5 0.714. Tufts 7 6 10 16 2 11 13 +3 0.435. Williams 7 9 7 16 6 8 14 +2 0.296. Hamilton 7 5 5 10 1 10 11 -1 -0.14Bates 7 2 11 13 9 5 14 -1 -0.148. Middlebury 7 4 6 10 5 10 15 -5 -0.719. Colby 7 6 6 12 9 9 18 -6 -0.8610. Bowdoin 7 3 8 11 9 14 23 -12 -1.71

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