Team of the Week

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Games of Oct. 19-20, 2012

Offense

QB Ayrton Scott, Fr., Augsburg
Scott accounted for 510 yards of total offense and nearly led Augsburg from a 38-7 third-quarter deficit in Augsburg's 38-31 loss to Concordia-Moorhead. Scott rushed 20 times for 136 yards, while completing 25 of 36 passing for 374 yards for three TDs. In the process, Scott broke Augsburg's single-season rushing yardage record on Saturday. He now has 1,034 rushing yards on 147 carries.

OL Blake Shapskinsky (LT), Harris Huguenard (LG), Ben Green (C), Ling Zhou (RG), Ryan Moores (RT), Middlebury
Middlebury's quarterback threw 50 passes with no sacks in a game in which the Panthers rolled up 568 yards of total offense. The Panthers, who were featuring a left tackle making his first career start, held the ball for the majority of the game against a triple option team.

RB Melikke Van Alstyne, Jr., Framingham State
Van Alstyne had a school-record 294 yards on 36 carries and a touchdown in a 30-16 win at Westfield State.

RB Jonathan Rigaud, Sr., Johns Hopkins
Rigaud powered Johns Hopkins to a 49-35 victory over Gettysburg, rushing for 210 yards and one TD on 21 carries. His 63-yard TD run ignited a 21-0 game-ending run for the Blue Jays.

WR Andrew Mrozek, So., Brockport State
Mrozek smashed the school record for receiving yards in a game with 252 on just seven catches. He had TD catches of 88 and 69 yards.

WR Adam Smith, Fr., Guilford
Smith caught a game-high 10 passes for a career-high 190 yards and two touchdowns at Randolph-Macon, including the go-ahead score with 2:02 left in regulation. The converted quarterback also threw a 51-yard completion to set up a third-quarter touchdown and help Guilford throw for 405 yards.

TE Calvin Cagney, So., Ohio Wesleyan
Cagney caught 16 passes for 151 yards, including a pair of fourth-quarter touchdown passes as Ohio Wesleyan scored the final 17 points of the game to defeat Carnegie Mellon. He scored on plays of 5 and 40 yards in the fourth quarter as well as a 5-yard play in the first quarter. His 16 receptions tied the school record set by Jermar Rayford at Allegheny during the 2010 season.

Defense

DE Shaq Thomas, Fr., Hampden-Sydney
Thomas recorded seven tackles and a game-high two sacks with three tackles-for-loss in his first career start against Shenandoah. Thomas set the tone early, recording a tackle for loss on the second play of the game followed by a sack on the next play to force a three-and-out for the Hornets. Thomas came up big at the end of the first half as well. Shenandoah was marching down the field at the end of the half trailing 14-7, and on the last play of the half, Thomas helped sack the quarterback.

DT Greg Fontana, Sr., Ursinus
Fontana recovered two fumbles in a 36-0 win against Susquehanna, while recording six tackles, five solo. He also had a tackle and a half for loss, with half a sack.

DE Frank Weymiller, Sr., Coe
Weymiller recorded two sacks (29.5 for career) and two tackles for loss (46 for career) in Coe's 47-7 win over Simpson. He led the defense in holding Simpson to 28 yards rushing after they averaged more than 170 yards the past two weeks. Also forced a fumble, the 13th of his career and recorded a safety that put Coe up 19-7 early in second quarter.

LB Andre Carter, Jr., LaGrange
Carter became the first LaGrange player to record two safeties in a game. Also recovered a fumble which led to the go-ahead score in LaGrange's 17-13 win at Maryville (Tenn.). He had nine tackles, six solo, four tackles for loss and three sacks.

LB Devin Worthington, Jr., Hobart
Worthington had two interceptions and a sack as Hobart posted a 35-7 win at RPI. His first pick, in the second quarter, allowed the Statesmen to drive 56 yards and score a touchdown 33 seconds before halftime to carry a 21-0 lead into the break. In the third quarter, Worthington's sack pushed a promising RPI drive back across midfield (12-yard loss). His second pick set up Hobart's final scoring drive.

LB Javicz Jones, Sr., Mary Hardin-Baylor
Jones forced three turnovers and posted a game-high 14 tackles. He intercepted passes on back-to-back drives to stop Hardin-Simmons' comeback attempt. He also forced and recovered a fumble on a sack, added two tackles for loss and broke up another pass.

LB Andy Dalton, Sr., Hanover
Dalton had 14 tackles, 13 solo, to go with a tackle for loss, an interception, a fumble recovery and a pass breakup in Hanover's 47-14 win against Defiance.

CB Andre Carter, Jr., Salisbury
Carter recovered an Alfred fumble and returned it 38 yards for a touchdown in the No. 7 Sea Gulls' 24-21 win over the No. 21 Saxons on Saturday. Carter's fourth career touchdown made it a 14-0 game in the second quarter. He also posted a game-high three passes broken up.

S Tanner Troutman, So., Lycoming
Troutman had two interceptions and led the Warriors with 10 tackles against No. 14 Widener. He had a 45-yard interception return, which took the ball down to the 1 and set up Lycoming's first score on the next play. 

S Zach Autenrieb, Sr., Thomas More
Autenrieb set the NCAA Division III career interception record when he intercepted a Grove City pass and returned it 100 yards for touchdown for his 30th career interception. He intercepted another pass later in the game to increase that mark to 31. He also had four solo tackles in a 27-0 win at Grove City.

CB Tim Filter, Sr., UW-Oshkosh
Filter intercepted two passes in 10th-ranked UW-Oshkosh's 28-13 victory at fifth-ranked UW-Whitewater on Oct. 20. Both of Filter's takeaways came during the second quarter. On the opening play of the period, Filter made a diving grab at his own 7-yard line. Less than eight minutes later, Lee Brekke tossed a pass down the left sideline that Filter tipped to himself. Filter returned the interception 19 yards to the UW-Whitewater 30. The Titans used that field position to score a touchdown moments later and gain a 21-0 lead. Filter also made six tackles (five solo). 

Special teams

K Max Gabbard, Sr., Wilmington
Gabbard was 2-for-2 on field goals and hit his only extra point in a 13-12 win against Marietta, snapping a 32-game losing streak. He hit a 31-yarder on the final play of the third quarter and a pressure-packed 35-yarder with 31 seconds left in the game to win it.

P Kyle Hamby, So., Salisbury
Hamby placed a career-high four of his five punts inside the Alfred 20-yard line in No. 7 Salisbury's 24-21 win over the Saxons. Hamby averaged 48.4 yards per punt and boomed a 64-yarder in the second quarter. 

RET Dwayne Hollis, Sr., North Carolina Wesleyan
Hollis returned the opening kickoff of the second half 90 yards for a touchdown against Greensboro, igniting a 39-point third quarter for the Bishops. He also returned an interception 40 yards for a touchdown in the same quarter in a game the Bishops won 45-23. 

Sep. 1: All times Eastern
7:00 PM
Coast Guard at Anna Maria
7:00 PM
Defiance at Baldwin Wallace
Live Stats
7:00 PM
Washington and Lee at Johns Hopkins
Video
7:30 PM
Trine at Manchester
Live Stats
8:00 PM
Millsaps at Belhaven
Sep. 2: All times Eastern
6:00 PM
Mass-Dartmouth at Mount Ida
6:00 PM
Delaware Valley at Wesley
7:00 PM
Muhlenberg at Wilkes
7:00 PM
N.C. Wesleyan at Stevenson
7:00 PM
Western New England at Springfield
Video Live Stats
7:00 PM
Fitchburg State at Becker
Video Live Stats
7:00 PM
Albright at Salisbury
7:00 PM
WPI at MIT
Live Stats
7:00 PM
Salve Regina at Worcester State
7:00 PM
Bridgewater State at Curry
7:00 PM
Morrisville State at St. Lawrence
10:00 PM
Adrian at Pacific
Sep. 3: All times Eastern
12:00 PM
Endicott at Framingham State
Live Stats
12:00 PM
Washington U. at Carnegie Mellon
Live Stats
12:00 PM
Chicago at Case Western Reserve
12:00 PM
Husson at Alfred
12:00 PM
SUNY-Maritime at Maine Maritime
Video
12:00 PM
Cortland at Heidelberg
12:00 PM
Otterbein at Buffalo State
12:00 PM
Ursinus at Bethany
12:00 PM
Sewanee at Kenyon
1:00 PM
King's at Moravian
Live Stats
1:00 PM
Kean at Christopher Newport
1:00 PM
McDaniel at Catholic
Live Stats
1:00 PM
Lebanon Valley at Franklin and Marshall
Video Live Stats
1:00 PM
Plymouth State at Castleton
Live Stats
1:00 PM
RPI at Norwich
1:00 PM
Randolph-Macon at Dickinson
1:00 PM
Oberlin at Kalamazoo
Live Stats
1:00 PM
Emory and Henry at Ferrum
Video Live Stats
1:00 PM
Wooster at Washington and Jefferson
1:00 PM
Alfred State at William Paterson
1:00 PM
St. Vincent at Alma
Live Stats
1:00 PM
Concordia (Wis.) at Finlandia
1:00 PM
Olivet at St. John Fisher
1:00 PM
Rowan at Widener
Audio
1:00 PM
Hobart at Brockport
Live Stats Audio
1:00 PM
Union at Ithaca
1:00 PM
Susquehanna at Lycoming
1:00 PM
Utica at Misericordia
1:00 PM
The Apprentice School at Methodist
1:00 PM
TCNJ at UW-Whitewater
1:30 PM
Wilmington at Bluffton
1:30 PM
Monmouth at Hope
1:30 PM
Bridgewater at Gettysburg
1:30 PM
Muskingum at Waynesburg
1:30 PM
Juniata at Grove City
2:00 PM
Wisconsin Lutheran at Trinity Int'l
2:00 PM
Lakeland at Carroll
Video Live Stats
2:00 PM
UW-Stevens Point at St. Norbert
2:00 PM
Austin at Hendrix
2:00 PM
Maranatha Baptist at Martin Luther
Live Stats
2:00 PM
Millikin at Greenville
Live Stats
2:00 PM
Eureka at Knox
Live Stats
2:00 PM
MacMurray at Rockford
2:00 PM
Gustavus Adolphus at Westminster (Mo.)
Video Live Stats
2:00 PM
UW-La Crosse at Luther
2:00 PM
Beloit at Lake Forest
2:00 PM
Concordia-Moorhead at Jamestown
2:00 PM
Crown at Hamline
Live Stats
2:00 PM
Carleton at Macalester
2:00 PM
Bethel at Dubuque
2:00 PM
St. Scholastica at St. John's
Video Live Stats Audio
2:00 PM
St. Olaf at Grinnell
2:00 PM
Buena Vista at Mayville St.
2:00 PM
Simpson at UW-Stout
2:00 PM
Aurora at Carthage
2:00 PM
UW-River Falls at Coe
2:00 PM
Ripon at Concordia-Chicago
Video Live Stats
2:00 PM
Elmhurst at Loras
2:00 PM
Huntingdon at Louisiana College
2:00 PM
North Central (Ill.) at Robert Morris-Chicago
2:00 PM
Benedictine at Wheaton (Ill.)
2:00 PM
John Carroll at UW-Oshkosh
Audio
2:30 PM
Southern Virginia at Earlham
Live Stats
2:30 PM
Lawrence at Presentation
4:00 PM
McPherson at Nebraska Wesleyan
4:00 PM
UW-Platteville at George Fox
4:00 PM
La Verne at Puget Sound
Video Live Stats
4:00 PM
Central at Whitworth
5:00 PM
Hartwick at Western Connecticut
Live Stats
6:00 PM
Wabash at Albion
Live Stats
6:00 PM
Maryville (Tenn.) at Berry
6:00 PM
Augustana at Mount St. Joseph
6:00 PM
Thomas More at Franklin
Live Stats
6:00 PM
Hampden-Sydney at Averett
7:00 PM
Denison at Marietta
7:00 PM
Hiram at Westminster (Pa.)
7:00 PM
Thiel at Allegheny
7:00 PM
Capital at Wittenberg
Live Stats
7:00 PM
Shenandoah at Gallaudet
Live Stats
7:00 PM
Illinois College at Rose-Hulman
Video Live Stats
7:00 PM
Geneva at Frostburg State
7:00 PM
Nichols at Westfield State
7:00 PM
Greensboro at Guilford
Live Stats
7:00 PM
LaGrange at Birmingham-Southern
7:00 PM
Hardin-Simmons at Southwestern
Live Stats
7:00 PM
Anderson at North Park
7:00 PM
Ohio Wesleyan at Mary Hardin-Baylor
7:00 PM
East Texas Baptist at Texas Lutheran
7:10 PM
St. Thomas at UW-Eau Claire
Video Live Stats
7:30 PM
Hanover at Centre
8:00 PM
Willamette at Rhodes
8:00 PM
Cornell at Iowa Wesleyan
Live Stats
8:00 PM
Augsburg at Northwestern (Minn.)
Live Stats
8:00 PM
Southwestern Assemblies at Howard Payne
8:00 PM
Sul Ross State at UT-Permian Basin
8:30 PM
Redlands at Trinity (Texas)
Sep. 1: All times Eastern
7:00 PM
Washington and Lee at Johns Hopkins
Video
Sep. 2: All times Eastern
6:00 PM
Delaware Valley at Wesley
7:00 PM
Albright at Salisbury
Sep. 3: All times Eastern
12:00 PM
Cortland at Heidelberg
1:00 PM
TCNJ at UW-Whitewater
2:00 PM
North Central (Ill.) at Robert Morris-Chicago
2:00 PM
John Carroll at UW-Oshkosh
Audio
2:00 PM
Huntingdon at Louisiana College
2:00 PM
St. Scholastica at St. John's
Video Live Stats Audio
2:00 PM
Benedictine at Wheaton (Ill.)
4:00 PM
UW-Platteville at George Fox
4:00 PM
Central at Whitworth
6:00 PM
Thomas More at Franklin
Live Stats
6:00 PM
Wabash at Albion
Live Stats
7:00 PM
East Texas Baptist at Texas Lutheran
7:00 PM
Ohio Wesleyan at Mary Hardin-Baylor
7:00 PM
Hardin-Simmons at Southwestern
Live Stats
7:10 PM
St. Thomas at UW-Eau Claire
Video Live Stats