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Dan Fisher

Assistant Director, NESCAC


100 Venture Way - Box 13
Hadley, MA 01035
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www.nescac.com daniel.fisher@trincoll.edu

FOOTBALL Weekly Release #5 - Oct. 24, 2010 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Recent Results 2010 Standings NESCAC


Saturday, Oct. 23 W L W% PF PA
Hamilton 7 at Colby 35
1 Amherst 5 0 1.000 187 51
Trinity 31 at Bowdoin 14
Amherst 37 at Wesleyan 10 Williams 5 0 1.000 179 77
Bates 9 at Middlebury 22 3 Trinity 4 1 .800 153 63
Williams 35 at Tufts 24 4 Wesleyan 3 2 .600 120 122
5 Colby 2 3 .400 102 124
Upcoming Games Middlebury 2 3 .400 121 147
Saturday, Oct. 30
Middlebury at Trinity 12:30 7 Bates 1 4 .200 50 154
Tufts at Amherst 1:00 Bowdoin 1 4 .200 68 148
Bowdoin at Wesleyan 1:00 Hamilton 1 4 .200 76 142
Williams at Hamilton 1:00 Tufts 1 4 .200 87 115
Colby at Bates 1:00

Offensive Co-Players of the Week


Alex Vetras, Amherst
(Senior, QB - Bellevue, Wash.)
Vetras threw a career-high four touchdowns and set a program record for completions in a game (39) to lead the Lord
Jeffs past Wesleyan on Saturday, 37-10. Vetras went 39-of-51 (.765) for 289 yards with a rating of 149.95, as he used 11
different receivers in the victory. He also had two double-digit consecutive completions streaks in the game, throwing 10
consecutive passes in the first half and 13 over the second and third quarters. It was also the fourth consecutive game in
which he was not intercepted, as he has thrown 13 touchdowns and one interception through five games.

Ryan Lupo, Williams


(Senior, RB - Princeton Jct., N.J.)
Lupo tied a program record with four rushing touchdowns in the Ephs’ 35-24, come-from-behind victory at Tufts on Sat-
urday. Lupo toted the ball 39 times and gained 180 yards, an average of 4.6 yards per rush. He also caught two passes
for 11 yards. He opened the scoring in the game at 7:58 in the first quarter on a one-yard run. With Williams down 24-14
midway through the third quarter, Lupo scored on a 10-yard run to bring the Ephs within three, then made it into the end
zone for the third time less than five minutes later to put his team up for good. He added his fourth TD at the start of the
fourth quarter for a 35-24 final.

Defensive Player of the Week


Sam Diss, Tufts
(Sophomore, DB - Ridgewood, N.J.)
Diss grabbed his third interception of the season and also returned a fumble 35 yards for a touchdown during
Saturday’s meeting with Williams, which was eventually won by the Ephs 35-24. He added two pass break-ups
and had four tackles (three solo). Late in the first half, Diss’ pick led to a Jumbo touchdown and put his team
up 17-14 at halftime. On the first possession of the second half, Diss returned the Ephs’ fumble for a 24-14
advantage for Tufts. In addition, Diss returned six kickoffs a total of 128 yards (21.3 per return).

Special Teams Player of the Week


Connor Sullivan, Colby
(Junior, P/QB - Hamilton, Mass.)
Sullivan helped the Mules win the battle of field position during Saturday’s 35-7 victory over Hamilton, as he
averaged 49.6 yards per punt and landed two inside the Continentals’ 10-yard line. Sullivan was only forced
to punt on three of Colby’s 12 drives during the game, with his first punt going 66 yards and ending up at the
Hamilton four-yard line. He also relieved starting QB Nick Kmetz in the fourth quarter and went 1-for-1 through
the air for 10 yards.
AMHERST · BATES · BOWDOIN · COLBY · CONNECTICUT COLLEGE · HAMILTON · MIDDLEBURY · TRINITY · TUFTS · WESLEYAN · WILLIAMS
New England Small College Athletic Conference FOOTBALL Weekly Release #5 - Oct. 24, 2010

Notes From Week #5


Amherst Middlebury
Junior Kevin Ferber (Mahwah, N.J.) had four tackles (two solo), in- Senior RB Andrew Plumley (Burlington, Vt.) amassed
cluding a sack for a loss of five yards, while sophomore Sam Clark 171 yards of total offense to lead the Panthers past
(Andover, Mass.) finished with five tackles (four solo) and 1.5 tackles Bates on Saturday, 22-9. Plumley gained 116 yards on
for a loss to lead a Lord Jeff defense that held Wesleyan to 12 first the ground over 27 carries (4.3 yards per carry) while
downs, 253 yards of total offense, and a 3-for-13 performance on third catching five passes for 55 yards. Classmate Donald
down in a 37-10 victory. It was the 13th win in a row for Amherst. The McKillop (Poway, Calif.) added the New England Divi-
Jeffs have scored 30 or more points in all five of their victories this sion III record for most passing yards in a career to his Plumley
season. Senior Sean Legister (Ossing, N.Y.) caught five passes for portfolio against the Bobcats as he hit 7,847 yards, surpassing Matt
55 yards and a pair of touchdowns, his first two of the season, in the Jozokos of Plymouth St. who threw for 7,814 yards from 1987-90.
win. Junior P/K Matt Rawson (Bethesda, Md.) was 4-for-4 on PAT In just 27 career games, the senior quarterback owns New England
attempts (22-for-23 this season) and 1-for-1 on field goals (32 yards) records for attempts, completions, and passing yards. Senior kicker
in Saturday’s game against the Cardinals. He also had three punts, Anthony Kuchan (Wauwatosa, Wis.) booted three field goals (3-for-4)
averaging 38.3 yards with a long of 44 and one inside the 20. in Saturday’s victory, converting from 22 yards twice and 23 yards.
He scored the only points of the second half.
Bates
Junior wide receiver John Squires (Swampscott, Mass.) led the Bob- Trinity
cats in receiving for the third time this season during their 22-9 loss Senior CB Harry Melendez (Holyoke, Mass.) intercept-
at Middlebury on Saturday. Squires had four catches for 45 yards. ed two passes to help the Bantams get past Bowdoin
Junior ILB Kevin Helm (Norwell, Mass.) had career-highs of 15 tackles on Saturday. He also made three tackles and broke
and 12 solo stops against the Panthers. Helm ranks second among up a pass. Both interceptions came in Trinity territory.
his Bobcat counterparts in tackles with 47 so far this season (29 It was the third game this season that Melendez has
solo). Senior K/P Gavin Segall-Abrams (Greensboro, N.C.) punted intercepted two passes. Freshman running back Evan
nine times for a 39.4-yard average and also had a 27-yard field goal Bunker (Topsfield, Mass.) rushed for a career-high Melendez
during Saturday’s game. 223 yards on 35 carries (6.4 yards per carry) with a long of 23 yards
and one touchdown in the Bantams 31-14, come-from-behind victory
Bowdoin at Bowdoin on Saturday. It was the 12th straight victory for Trinity
Quarterback Grant White (Springfield, Vt.) and receiver Sean O’Malley over Bowdoin. Bunker became the first Bantam runner to total 200
(Medfield, Mass.) hooked up for the longest play in the Polar Bears’ or more yards in a game since 2004. Sophomore kick returner Nick
119 years of football, a 95-yard touchdown pass which gave Bow- Campbell (New Albany, Ohio) averaged 39.7 yards per return over
doin a 7-3 first quarter lead over Trinity on Saturday. The previous three returns in Saturday’s game, including a long return of 59 yards
record was a 90-yard touchdown pass against Tufts in 1997. Fresh- to set up Trinity’s first touchdown of the day and cut the Bowdoin’s
man defensive back Joey Cleary (Winchester, Mass.) had a pair of lead to 14-10.
interceptions - both inside the Bantam red zone - in the Polar Bears’
31-14 setback to Trinity. Tufts
Senior QB Anthony Fucillo (Winthrop, Mass.) completed 25-of-47
Colby passes (.532) for 264 yards and two touchdowns in Saturday’s 35-24
Senior RB Conor Tidgwell (Southbury, Conn.) scored a rushing setback to Williams. Classmate Pat Bailey (Beverly, Mass.) caught
touchdown (one yard) and also had a receiving touchdown (19 yards) 11 passes for 56 yards in the game.
to help the Mules post a 35-7 victory over Hamilton on Saturday.
On the day, Tidgwell rushed nine times for 39 yards (4.3 per carry) Wesleyan
and also caught two passes for 21 yards. Senior DB Running back Shea Dwyer (Marlborough, Conn.) was held to under
Richard Newton (Arlington, Mass.) had two intercep- 100 rushing yards for the first time this season, as he gained 95
tions, including one which he returned 64 yards for a yards on 25 carries (3.8 per carry) in the Cardinals’ 37-10 setback
touchdown, in the Mules’ victory over the Continentals. to Amherst. He also caught six passes for 51 yards. Dwyer was
His other interception return was for 31 yards and set responsible for Wesleyan’s lone touchdown, scoring on the ground
up another touchdown. Newton also had one tackle and bringing him to 10 rushing TDs through five games. He has at
in the game. Newton least one rushing touchdown in every one of the Cardinals’ games
this season. Junior DB Jordan Greene (Titusville, Fla.) led all tacklers
Hamilton with 12 (seven solo).
Rookie running back James Stanell (Coopersburg, Pa.) ran for a
game-high 96 yards on just 16 carries (6.0 per carry) in Saturday’s Williams
35-7 setback at Colby. Stanell also hauled in two passes for 20 yards, Junior DB Dan O’Mara (Allison Park, Pa.) made seven tackles (six
and returned six kickoffs for 121 yards, including a 40-yard return. solo), including one for a loss of five yards in the Ephs’ 35-24 victory
Senior DL Burke St. John (Chappaqua, N.Y.) was credited with five at Tufts on Saturday. O’Mara also had a pass break-up in the win.
tackles, all solo, on Saturday, as he posted two sacks for a loss of 14
yards and also forced a fumble. St. John led a Continental defense
that allowed the Mules’ offense to gain just 255 yards.
New England Small College Athletic Conference FOOTBALL Weekly Release #5 - Oct. 24, 2010

2010 NESCAC FOOTBALL STATISTICS


Team Statistics through games of October 23, 2010
SCORING OFFENSE G TD XP 2XP DXP FG Saf Pts Avg TOTAL OFFENSE G Rush Pass Plays Yards Avg/P TD Yds/G
1. Amherst 5 24 22 0 0 7 0 187 37.4 1. Williams 5 940 1520 386 2460 6.4 25 492.0
2. Williams 5 26 18 1 0 1 0 179 35.8 2. Middlebury 5 516 1676 456 2192 4.8 15 438.4
3. Trinity 5 22 18 0 0 1 0 153 30.6 3. Amherst 5 889 1232 383 2121 5.5 22 424.2
4. Middlebury 5 15 11 1 0 6 0 121 24.2 4. Trinity 5 1202 706 380 1908 5.0 21 381.6
5. Wesleyan 5 17 15 0 0 1 0 120 24.0 5. Wesleyan 5 1082 749 315 1831 5.8 17 366.2
6. Colby 5 14 10 1 0 2 0 102 20.4 6. Tufts 5 234 1392 374 1626 4.3 8 325.2
7. Tufts 5 11 9 0 0 4 0 87 17.4 7. Colby 5 498 1053 357 1551 4.3 13 310.2
8. Hamilton 5 10 10 0 0 2 0 76 15.2 8. Bowdoin 5 386 1121 333 1507 4.5 9 301.4
9. Bowdoin 5 9 5 0 0 3 0 68 13.6 9. Hamilton 5 575 841 335 1416 4.2 9 283.2
10. Bates 5 7 2 0 0 2 0 50 10.0 10. Bates 5 547 524 329 1071 3.3 6 214.2

SCORING DEFENSE G TD XP 2XP DXP FG Saf Pts Avg TOTAL DEFENSE G Rush Pass Plys Yards Avg TD Yds/G
1. Amherst 5 6 4 1 0 3 0 51 10.2 1. Trinity 5 207 1131 323 1338 4.1 9 267.6
2. Trinity 5 9 6 0 0 1 0 63 12.6 2. Amherst 5 450 977 364 1427 3.9 6 285.4
3. Williams 5 10 8 0 0 3 0 77 15.4 3. Williams 5 352 1157 377 1509 4.0 9 301.8
4. Tufts 5 16 10 0 0 3 0 115 23.0 4. Hamilton 5 720 884 317 1604 5.1 18 320.8
5. Wesleyan 5 17 14 0 0 2 0 122 24.4 5. Colby 5 851 858 349 1709 4.9 17 341.8
6. Colby 5 18 13 0 0 1 0 124 24.8 6. Wesleyan 5 624 1228 384 1852 4.8 16 370.4
7. Hamilton 5 20 17 1 0 1 0 142 28.4 7. Tufts 5 995 890 405 1885 4.7 15 377.0
8. Middlebury 5 20 18 0 0 3 0 147 29.4 8. Middlebury 5 897 1167 361 2064 5.7 19 412.8
9. Bowdoin 5 20 16 0 0 4 0 148 29.6 9. Bates 5 748 1370 394 2118 5.4 18 423.6
10. Bates 5 19 14 1 0 8 0 154 30.8 10. Bowdoin 5 1025 1152 374 2177 5.8 18 435.4

PASS OFFENSE G Att Cmp Int Pct. Yds Avg TD Yds/G PASS EFFIC. G Att Cmp Pct Int Yds TD Effic
1. Middlebury 5 294 180 7 61.2 1676 5.7 10 335.2 1. Williams 5 161 101 .627 7 1520 14 162.0
2. Williams 5 161 101 7 62.7 1520 9.4 14 304.0 2. Amherst 5 193 120 .622 1 1232 13 137.0
3. Tufts 5 267 124 8 46.4 1392 5.2 8 278.4 3. Wesleyan 5 111 64 .577 2 749 4 122.6
4. Amherst 5 193 120 1 62.2 1232 6.4 13 246.4 4. Middlebury 5 294 180 .612 7 1676 10 115.6
5. Bowdoin 5 173 96 9 55.5 1121 6.5 4 224.2 5. Colby 5 173 92 .532 7 1053 9 113.4
6. Colby 5 173 92 7 53.2 1053 6.1 9 210.6 6. Trinity 5 124 60 .484 8 706 9 107.3
7. Hamilton 5 159 75 8 47.2 841 5.3 5 168.2 7. Bowdoin 5 173 96 .555 9 1121 4 107.1
8. Wesleyan 5 111 64 2 57.7 749 6.7 4 149.8 8. Tufts 5 267 124 .464 8 1392 8 94.1
9. Trinity 5 124 60 8 48.4 706 5.7 9 141.2 9. Hamilton 5 159 75 .472 8 841 5 91.9
10. Bates 5 115 45 3 39.1 524 4.6 3 104.8 10. Bates 5 115 45 .391 3 524 3 80.8

PASS DEFENSE G Att Cmp Int Pct. Yds Avg TD Yds/G PASS DEF EFFIC. G Att Cmp Int Pct. Yds TD Effic
1. Colby 5 144 76 4 52.8 858 6.0 8 171.6 1. Williams 5 238 116 5 48.7 1157 7 95.1
2. Hamilton 5 128 72 4 56.2 884 6.9 7 176.8 2. Trinity 5 182 86 14 47.3 1131 8 98.6
3. Tufts 5 142 73 9 51.4 890 6.3 6 178.0 3. Amherst 5 191 108 4 56.5 977 2 98.8
4. Amherst 5 191 108 4 56.5 977 5.1 2 195.4 4. Tufts 5 142 73 9 51.4 890 6 105.3
5. Trinity 5 182 86 14 47.3 1131 6.2 8 226.2 5. Colby 5 144 76 4 52.8 858 8 115.6
6. Bowdoin 5 171 96 6 56.1 1152 6.7 9 230.4 6. Bates 5 211 121 7 57.3 1370 11 122.5
7. Williams 5 238 116 5 48.7 1157 4.9 7 231.4 7. Bowdoin 5 171 96 6 56.1 1152 9 123.1
8. Middlebury 5 163 86 5 52.8 1167 7.2 9 233.4 8. Middlebury 5 163 86 5 52.8 1167 9 125.0
9. Wesleyan 5 200 123 2 61.5 1228 6.1 12 245.6 9. Hamilton 5 128 72 4 56.2 884 7 126.1
10. Bates 5 211 121 7 57.3 1370 6.5 11 274.0 10. Wesleyan 5 200 123 2 61.5 1228 12 130.9

RUSHING OFFENSE G Att Yds Avg TD Yds/G ----Gained ---- ----Lost----


1. Trinity 5 256 1202 4.7 12 240.4 TURNOVERS G Fum Int Tot Fum Int Tot Mar Per/G
2. Wesleyan 5 204 1082 5.3 13 216.4 1. Amherst 5 8 4 12 2 1 3 +9 1.80
3. Williams 5 225 940 4.2 11 188.0 2. Tufts 5 4 9 13 2 8 10 +3 0.60
4. Amherst 5 190 889 4.7 9 177.8 Trinity 5 2 14 16 5 8 13 +3 0.60
5. Hamilton 5 176 575 3.3 4 115.0 4. Wesleyan 5 5 2 7 3 2 5 +2 0.40
6. Bates 5 214 547 2.6 3 109.4 5. Williams 5 8 5 13 5 7 12 +1 0.20
7. Middlebury 5 162 516 3.2 5 103.2 6. Bates 5 1 7 8 6 3 9 -1 -0.20
8. Colby 5 184 498 2.7 4 99.6 Hamilton 5 4 4 8 1 8 9 -1 -0.20
9. Bowdoin 5 160 386 2.4 5 77.2 8. Middlebury 5 4 5 9 5 7 12 -3 -0.60
10. Tufts 5 107 234 2.2 0 46.8 9. Colby 5 5 4 9 7 7 14 -5 -1.00
10. Bowdoin 5 1 6 7 6 9 15 -8 -1.60
RUSHING DEFENSE G Rush Yards Avg. TD Yds/G
1. Trinity 5 141 207 1.5 1 41.4
2. Williams 5 139 352 2.5 2 70.4
3. Amherst 5 173 450 2.6 4 90.0
4. Wesleyan 5 184 624 3.4 4 124.8
5. Hamilton 5 189 720 3.8 11 144.0
6. Bates 5 183 748 4.1 7 149.6
7. Colby 5 205 851 4.2 9 170.2
8. Middlebury 5 198 897 4.5 10 179.4
9. Tufts 5 263 995 3.8 9 199.0
10. Bowdoin 5 203 1025 5.0 9 205.0
New England Small College Athletic Conference FOOTBALL Weekly Release #5 - Oct. 24, 2010

2010 NESCAC FOOTBALL STATISTICS


Individual Statistics through games of October 23, 2010
RUSHING Team Cl G Att Yds Avg TD Yds/G ALL PURPOSE Team Cl G Rush Rcv PR KR Yds Avg/G
1. Shea Dwyer WES SR 5 132 851 6.4 10 170.2 1. Shea Dwyer WES SR 5 851 101 0 0 952 190.4
2. Ryan Lupo WIL SR 5 132 508 3.8 7 101.6 2. Darren Hartwell WIL SO 5 22 486 141 156 805 161.0
3. Evan Bunker TRI FR 5 80 449 5.6 3 89.8 3. Pat Noone BOW JR 5 15 362 55 308 740 148.0
4. Eric Bunker AMH JR 5 77 382 5.0 5 76.4 4. Andrew Plumley MID SR 5 329 339 0 0 668 133.6
5. Andrew Plumley MID SR 5 87 329 3.8 4 65.8 5. Shawn Doherty BAT FR 4 76 75 0 319 470 117.5
6. Alex Scyocurka WIL FR 5 52 299 5.8 3 59.8 6. Zach Donnarumma BOW FR 5 274 33 0 269 576 115.2
7. Zach Donnarumma BOW FR 5 80 274 3.4 3 54.8 7. James Stanell HAM FR 5 241 50 0 260 551 110.2
8. Dylan Isenberg HAM JR 5 77 263 3.4 1 52.6 8. Ryan Lupo WIL SR 5 508 30 2 0 540 108.0
9. James Stanell HAM FR 5 39 241 6.2 2 48.2 9. Dylan Isenberg HAM JR 5 263 6 0 242 511 102.2
10. Conor Tidgwell COL SR 5 61 229 3.8 1 45.8 10. Pete Modera WES SR 5 0 238 47 208 493 98.6

PASS AVG/GM Team Cl G Att Cmp Int Pct. Yds TD Avg/G INTERCEPTIONS Team Cl G Int Yds TD Long Int/G
1. Donald McKillop MID SR 5 288 177 7 61.5 1655 10 331.0 1. Harry Melendez TRI SR 5 7 100 0 40 1.40
2. Pat Moffitt WIL SR 5 159 99 7 62.3 1487 14 297.4 2. Sam Diss TUF SO 5 3 74 1 74 0.60
3. Anthony Fucillo TUF SR 5 262 122 8 46.6 1377 8 275.4 3. Richard Newton COL SR 5 2 95 1 64 0.40
4. Alex Vetras AMH SR 5 193 120 1 62.2 1232 13 246.4 Derrick Beasley COL SO 5 2 23 0 23 0.40
5. R.J. Shea BOW JR 4 137 76 6 55.5 824 3 206.0 Griffin Cardew BOW FR 5 2 10 0 10 0.40
6. Nick Kmetz COL JR 5 169 88 7 52.1 1014 9 202.8 Evan Rosenstein AMH JR 5 2 3 0 3 0.40
7. Craig Drusbosky TRI SR 5 112 57 7 50.9 676 9 135.2 Rae Haynes TRI SO 5 2 1 0 2 0.40
8. Jordan Eck HAM SO 4 80 44 3 55.0 503 2 125.8 Joey Cleary BOW FR 5 2 1 0 1 0.40
9. Matt Coyne WES SO 5 109 62 2 56.9 617 3 123.4 Nick Falk TUF JR 5 2 0 0 0 0.40
10. Ryan Katon BAT JR 5 77 29 2 37.7 353 2 70.6 Andrew Kukesh BAT FR 5 2 0 0 0 0.40

TOTAL OFFENSE Team Cl G Rush Pass Plays Total Yds/G PASS EFFIC. Team Cl G Att Cmp Int Pct. Yds TD Eff.
1. Donald McKillop MID SR 5 90 1655 323 1745 349.0 1. Pat Moffitt WIL SR 5 159 99 7 62.3 1487 14 161.1
2. Pat Moffitt WIL SR 5 -8 1487 171 1479 295.8 2. Alex Vetras AMH SR 5 193 120 1 62.2 1232 13 137.0
3. Anthony Fucillo TUF SR 5 62 1377 295 1439 287.8 3. Donald McKillop MID SR 5 288 177 7 61.5 1655 10 116.3
4. Alex Vetras AMH SR 5 83 1232 213 1315 263.0 4. Craig Drusbosky TRI SR 5 112 57 7 50.9 676 9 115.6
5. R.J. Shea BOW JR 4 44 824 161 868 217.0 5. Nick Kmetz COL JR 5 169 88 7 52.1 1014 9 111.8
6. Nick Kmetz COL JR 5 30 1014 229 1044 208.8 6. Matt Coyne WES SO 5 109 62 2 56.9 617 3 109.8
7. Shea Dwyer WES SR 5 851 0 132 851 170.2 7. Jordan Eck HAM SO 4 80 44 3 55.0 503 2 108.6
8. Matt Coyne WES SO 5 111 617 149 728 145.6 8. R.J. Shea BOW JR 4 137 76 6 55.5 824 3 104.5
9. Craig Drusbosky TRI SR 5 47 676 135 723 144.6 9. Anthony Fucillo TUF SR 5 262 122 8 46.6 1377 8 94.7
10. Jordan Eck HAM SO 4 0 503 99 503 125.8 10. Ryan Katon BAT JR 5 77 29 2 37.7 353 2 79.5

REC/GAME Team Cl G Rec Yds TD Avg/C Rec/G PUNTING Team Cl G Punt Yds Long Avg
1. Pat Noone BOW JR 5 40 362 0 9.1 8.00 1. Kyle Weiss WES JR 5 21 831 60 39.6
2. Matt Rayner MID JR 4 30 204 3 6.8 7.50 2. Tim Costello TRI JR 5 21 793 64 37.8
3. Andrew Plumley MID SR 5 36 339 1 9.4 7.20 3. G. Segall-Abrams BAT SR 5 39 1452 50 37.2
4. Pat Bailey TUF SR 5 34 271 2 8.0 6.80 4. Matt Rawson AMH JR 5 25 904 66 36.2
5. Billy Mahler TUF SR 5 29 322 3 11.1 5.80 5. George Taylor HAM SR 5 25 894 68 35.8
Connor Walsh COL JR 5 29 262 2 9.0 5.80 6. Connor Sullivan COL JR 5 26 896 66 34.5
Brian Murphy AMH SR 5 29 253 3 8.7 5.80 7. Anthony Kuchan MID SR 5 22 748 47 34.0
8. Nick Resor MID JR 5 28 270 2 9.6 5.60 8. Marty Finnegan TUF SO 5 24 785 46 32.7
9. David Reed MID SR 5 26 235 0 9.0 5.20 9. Grant White BOW FR 5 20 594 51 29.7
10. Greg Stewart TUF SR 5 25 310 1 12.4 5.00 10. Chris Cleary WIL JR 5 21 576 44 27.4

REC YDS/G Team Cl G Rec Yds TD Avg/C Yds/G TACKLES Team Cl G Pos Solo Ast Total Avg/G Sack
1. Darren Hartwell WIL SO 5 20 486 7 24.3 97.2 1. Cyprian Oyomba WES JR 5 34 24 58 11.6 1.5
2. Pat Noone BOW JR 5 40 362 0 9.1 72.4 2. Myles Walker BAT SR 5 LB 32 25 57 11.4 0.0
3. Chris Hunt TRI SR 5 20 356 6 17.8 71.2 3. Ferras Albitar TUF JR 5 LB 30 21 51 10.2 0.5
4. Andrew Plumley MID SR 5 36 339 1 9.4 67.8 4. Dylan Schultz WIL JR 5 29 19 48 9.6 2.0
5. Brendan Garner BOW SR 4 19 265 1 13.9 66.2 Tom Duffy COL JR 5 LB 28 20 48 9.6 1.0
6. Billy Mahler TUF SR 5 29 322 3 11.1 64.4 6. Kevin Helm BAT JR 5 LB 29 18 47 9.4 0.0
7. Patrick Burns COL SR 5 22 318 4 14.5 63.6 7. Walter Fallas TRI JR 5 LB 30 14 44 8.8 1.0
8. Greg Stewart TUF SR 5 25 310 1 12.4 62.0 8. Griffin Cardew BOW FR 5 LB 34 8 42 8.4 0.0
9. John Squires BAT JR 5 18 304 3 16.9 60.8 Matt Murray TUF SR 5 LB 24 18 42 8.4 1.0
10. J.C. Stickney WIL JR 4 16 230 1 14.4 57.5 10. Justin Freres WES SR 5 28 12 40 8.0 0.0
Pat Barren WIL SR 5 30 10 40 8.0 0.0

SACKS Team Cl G Pos Solo Ast Yds Total Avg/G


1. Matt Walker TRI JR 4 DE 4 1 34 4.5 1.12
2. Kevin Ferber AMH JR 5 DL 2 4 20 4.0 0.80
Abbreviation Code 3. Kevin O’Connor BOW SR 4 3 0 15 3.0 0.75
Amherst AMH Middlebury MID 4. Ryan Veillette COL SO 5 DE 3 1 28 3.5 0.70
Bates BAT Trinity TRI Jim Forrey HAM SO 5 DL 3 1 26 3.5 0.70
Jeff Katz AMH SR 5 LB 2 3 25 3.5 0.70
Bowdoin BOW Tufts TUF 7. Donnie Simmons TUF JR 5 DL 2 2 35 3.0 0.60
Colby COL Wesleyan WES Burke St. John HAM SR 5 DL 3 0 22 3.0 0.60
Hamilton HAM Williams WIL Brett McAllister BAT JR 5 LB 3 0 19 3.0 0.60
10. Mac Gillan HAM SR 5 DL 2 1 14 2.5 0.50
Amherst Bates Bowdoin Colby Hamilton
5-0 1-4 1-4 2-3 1-4

Sept. 25 BATES W 44-0 Sept. 25 at Amherst L 0-44 Sept. 25 at Williams L 15-33 Sept. 25 at Trinity L 6-33 Sept. 25 at Tufts L 10-21
Oct. 2 at Bowdoin W 38-7 Oct. 2 at Tufts W 21-20 Oct. 2 AMHERST L 7-38 Oct. 2 MIDDLEBURY W 38-27 Oct. 2 at Wesleyan L 21-35
Oct. 9 at Middlebury W 38-31 Oct. 9 WILLIAMS L 0-41 Oct. 9 TUFTS W 22-15 Oct. 9 WESLEYAN L 20-27 Oct. 9 TRINITY L 7-41
Oct. 16 COLBY W 30-3 Oct. 16 WESLEYAN L 20-27 Oct. 16 at Hamilton L 10-31 Oct. 16 at Amherst L 3-30 Oct. 16 BOWDOIN W 31-10
Oct. 23 at Wesleyan W 37-10 Oct. 23 at Middlebury L 9-22 Oct. 23 TRINITY L 14-31 Oct. 23 HAMILTON W 35-7 Oct. 23 at Colby L 7-35
Oct. 30 TUFTS 1:00 Oct. 30 COLBY 1:00 Oct. 30 at Wesleyan 1:00 Oct. 30 at Bates 1:00 Oct. 30 WILLIAMS 1:00
Nov. 6 at Trinity 1:00 Nov. 6 at Bowdoin 12:30 Nov. 6 BATES 12:30 Nov. 6 at Tufts 12:00 Nov. 6 MIDDLEBURY 1:00
Nov. 13 WILLIAMS 12:00 Nov. 13 HAMILTON 12:00 Nov. 13 at Colby 12:30 Nov. 13 BOWDOIN 12:30 Nov. 13 at Bates 12:00

Head Coach: E.J. Mills Head Coach: Mark Harriman Head Coach: Dave Caputi Head Coach: Ed Mestieri Head Coach: Steve Stetson
2009 Record: 8-0 2009 Record: 1-7 2009 Record: 3-5 2009 Record: 4-4 2009 Record: 2-6
2009 Finish: 1st 2009 Finish: 10th 2009 Finish: T-6th 2009 Finish: 5th 2009 Finish: T-8th
New England Small College Athletic Conference

Middlebury Trinity Tufts Wesleyan Williams


2-3 4-1 1-4 3-2 5-0

Sept. 25 WESLEYAN W 24-21 Sept. 25 COLBY W 33-6 Sept. 25 HAMILTON W 21-10 Sept. 25 at Middlebury L 21-24 Sept. 25 BOWDOIN W 33-15
Oct. 2 at Colby L 27-38 Oct. 2 at Williams L 21-29 Oct. 2 BATES L 20-21 Oct. 2 HAMILTON W 35-21 Oct. 2 TRINITY W 29-21
2010 Schedule and Results

Oct. 9 AMHERST L 31-38 Oct. 9 at Hamilton W 41-7 Oct. 9 at Bowdoin L 15-22 Oct. 9 at Colby W 27-20 Oct. 9 at Bates W 41-0
Oct. 16 at Williams L 17-41 Oct. 16 TUFTS W 27-7 Oct. 16 at Trinity L 7-27 Oct. 16 at Bates W 27-20 Oct. 16 MIDDLEBURY W 41-17
Oct. 23 BATES W 22-9 Oct. 23 at Bowdoin W 31-14 Oct. 23 WILLIAMS L 24-35 Oct. 23 AMHERST L 10-37 Oct. 23 at Tufts W 35-24
Oct. 30 at Trinity 12:30 Oct. 30 MIDDLEBURY 12:30 Oct. 30 at Amherst 1:00 Oct. 30 BOWDOIN 1:00 Oct. 30 at Hamilton 1:00
Nov. 6 at Hamilton 1:00 Nov. 6 AMHERST 1:00 Nov. 6 COLBY 12:00 Nov. 6 at Williams 1:00 Nov. 6 WESLEYAN 1:00
Nov. 13 TUFTS 12:00 Nov. 13 at Wesleyan 12:00 Nov. 13 at MIddlebury 12:00 Nov. 13 TRINITY 12:00 Nov. 13 at Amherst 12:00

Head Coach: Bob Ritter Head Coach: Jeff Devanney Head Coach: Bill Samko Head Coach: Mike Whalen Head Coach: Aaron Kelton
2009 Record: 5-3 2009 Record: 6-2 2009 Record: 2-6 2009 Record: 3-5 2009 Record: 6-2
2009 Finish: 4th 2009 Finish: T-2nd 2009 Finish: T-8th 2009 Finish: T-6th 2009 Finish: T-2nd
FOOTBALL Weekly Release #5 - Oct. 24, 2010