Team of the Week
Games of Oct. 16, 2010
QB Ben McLaughlin, Sr., Louisiana College
McLaughlin went 34-for-48 passing for 491 yards and six touchdowns and became the American Southwest Conference's career passing yards leader in the process, passing Howard Payne's Adam King. McLaughlin's record-setting completion was a 75-yard touchdown pass to Darnell Williams.
OL Mike Long, John Lavelle, Jim
McKay, Sam Nosoff, Mike Lewis, Delaware Valley
The veteran offensive line helped pave the way for Matt Cook to set a school record with 324 rushing yards. The offense held the ball for more than 21 minutes in the second half as the Aggies rallied for the 30-18 win.
RB Matt Cook, Sr., Delaware
Cook shattered the single-game school record by 70 yards, carrying 42 times for 324 yards and tied the rushing touchdown mark with four in DVC's 30-18, come-from-behind win. In fact, he had 105 more rushing yards than Wilkes' entire offensive output for the day.
RB Clinton Orr, So., Albion
Orr gashed Hope for 276 all-purpose yards in a 27-14 win against Hope, rushing for 212 yards on 35 carries. His 6.1-yard average was boosted by seven plays resulting in at least 10 yards. Orr also caught two passes for 58 yards, including taking a screen pass for a 44-yard touchdown.
WR Clarke Cuthbert, Jr.,
Cuthbert caught eight passes for 242 yards and a touchdown, which was the result of a 78-yard pass play, in a 31-23 loss to Illinois College. Cuthbert’s reception yardage against the Blueboys places him second all-time in the program's history.
WR Ben King, So., Guilford
King caught a career-high 15 passes for a school-record 251 yards and two touchdowns in the game. He has gone over 100 receiving yards in each of the last three games and four times for the season.
TE Kyle Fiedorowicz, Sr.,
North Central (Ill.)
Fiedorowicz posted a career-high 103 receiving yards, including a 78-yard touchdown catch in a 38-7 win over Millikin.
DE Evan Wyler, Sr., Cortland State
Wyler led Cortland with 10 tackles, five solo, and three quarterback hurries in the Red Dragons' 20-17 loss at Rowan. He registered 2.5 tackles for losses, including one sack, as Cortland held the Profs to 239 yards of total offense.
DT Jarred Frawley, Jr., Grove City
Frawley helped Grove City to a 13-7 win against archrival Geneva with 12 tackles, eight solo, five and a half for loss and a sack and a half. The Wolverines limited Geneva to 42 second-half yards.
DE Allen Petros, Sr.,
Petros led Moravian with two and a half sacks in a 24-17 Homecoming win against Franklin and Marshall. He had a total of five tackles in the game, four solo, to go with a pass break-up.
LB Jeff McCormick, Sr., RPI
McCormick recorded a game-high 18 tackles, 10 unassisted, in a 27-24 win against Alfred. He also had a tackle for a loss of 2 yards and a pair of pass breakups, including one in the end zone that negated a would-be touchdown on a desperation throw to end the first half.
LB Kyle McGivney, Jr.,
McGivney recorded seven solo tackles among his 23 total stops, including half a sack in a loss to Central.
LB Kyle Sherwood, Jr.,
Sherwood had seven tackles, six solo, broke up a pass and had two sacks in a 38-0 win against Alma.
CB David Kalgren, So., Oberlin
Kalgren had a career-high 14 tackles, made two interceptions and blocked a kick in Oberlin's loss at Wabash. His first pick came in the final minutes of the first half and his 40-yard return into Little Giants territory on the play set up a Yeomen touchdown.
S Kyle Longsdorf, Fr.,
Longsdorf tied an unbreakable NCAA record by returning an interception 100 yards for a touchdown to break open a 0-0 tie in the second quarter of Defiance’s 33-0 win at Earlham. He added six tackles, five solo.
S Nate Proulx, Jr.,
Proulx recorded 22 tackles, nine solo, in Occidental's 39-26 win against Pomona-Pitzer. He also broke up a pass.
S Ray Bierbach, Jr., Lycoming
Bierbach posted six tackles, four solo, and capped off Lycoming's 31-7 win over Widener by running back an interception 84 yards for a touchdown with 11 seconds left.
CB Tyler Fasanella, Jr., Gettysburg
Fasanella had a hand in all three of Gettysburg’s interceptions in a 56-21 win over Juniata. Midway through the second quarter he tipped a pass that was grabbed out of the air by a teammate at the Gettysburg 39, and later in the quarter he intercepted a pass deep in Gettysburg territory, making a pick at the Bullet 2 and returning it 22 yards. Each of the Bullets first two interceptions led to a touchdown.
K Peter Nilson, Sr., RPI
Nilson was successful on both his field goal attempts, including a 37-yarder with six seconds remaining that gave the Engineers a 27-24 win against No. 19 Alfred. He made that attempt despite the visitors calling three straight timeouts trying to ice him. Peter's other field goal came from 21 yards out and he was also successful on each of his three point after attempts.
P Chad Peevey, Fr., Mary
Peevey averaged 47.0 yards per punt with a net of 43.2 against Southern Oregon. He pinned the Raiders inside their own 5-yard line twice and put three of his four kicks inside the SOU 20-yard line. He hit a career-long 59-yarder on a play where he scambled to avoid a block.
ST Sam Smith, Jr., Wabash
Smith blocked his third punt of the season. It marked the eighth time this season the Little Giants have blocked a kick attempt (seven punts, one field goal), tying the team single-season mark set in 2003.
ST Logan Granera, So.,
Granera kicked a 42-yard field goal, returned two kickoffs for 74 yards including one for 50, punted three times and kicked off six times for a 53.3-yard average. He also had an 18-yard touchdown catch for the final score of the game while finishing with six catches for 69 yards overall.
RET Jeff Joyce, Jr.,
Joyce became the first Bethany player to return a kickoff for a score since 2006 in the Bison's 41-7 win over Thiel. He took back the second half kickoff 87 yards for a touchdown to extend BC's lead to 28-0. Also a starting cornerback, he tied for the team-lead with eight tackles.