Games of Oct 31-Nov. 1, 2014
|Adam Smith averaged 34 yards
per reception in Guilford's win vs. Catholic.
Guilford photo by John Bell, www.touchalifephotography.com
QB Johnny Peltz, So., Wheaton
Peltz racked up 408 yards of total offense for the Thunder. He threw for four touchdowns and ran for the other four as Wheaton defeated Elmhurst 56-20. He completed his first 13 passes en route to an 18-for-22 day for 289 yards.
OL Djoser Ramsey, John Stephens,
Spencer Weckwerth, Austin Pauly, Vincent Stierman III,
Macalester rushed for a season-high 302 yards vs. Carroll, the Midwest Conference's leading rushing defense heading into Saturday's game, and scored 34 points against the league's best scoring defense. The line led two players to 100-yard rushing days (Zandy Stowell with 172, Samson Bialostok with 122).
RB Spencer Corrao, Sr.,
Corrao had 25 carries for 253 yards and two catches for 52 more in a 49-34 win vs. Earlham. He had a total of three touchdowns in the victory.
RB Devin Sylve, Fr., Louisiana
Sylve set school record with five rushing touchdowns and six touchdowns overall in a 55-28 win over Howard Payne. He ran the ball 21 times for 172 yards and five touchdowns and added five catches for 74 yards and a score.
WR Adam Smith, Jr.,
Smith had six catches for 204 yards and three touchdowns in Guilford's comeback win over Catholic. He had second-quarter scores from 16 and 29 yards out, which tied the game at 14-14 by halftime, then hauled in a 78-yard score in the third quarter.
WR Mike Collichio, So., St. John
Collichio tallied a career-high 174 receiving yards on eight receptions and two touchdown passes in a 35-25 win over Buffalo State. He now has nine touchdowns on the season.
TE Kyle Crawford, Sr.,
Crawford added to his SCAC-best receiving numbers in a win against Southwestern, finishing with 120 receiving yards and a touchdown, and averaging 30.0 yards per catch including a 50-yard reception and a 44-yard score.
DE Jeff Milner, Sr.,
Milner headlined a defense that limited the Vikings to just 94 yards passing and 169 yards of offense. The senior had a team-high 11 tackles, all of them solo, including three for loss totaling 17 yards. He recorded a sack and two quarterback hurries.
DT Michael de Percin, Sr.,
de Percin had 11 tackles, seven of them solo in a 37-9 loss to Hamilton. He had six tackles for loss, one of which resulted in a safety.
DE Rob Barbieri, So.,
Barbieri had two sacks and a forced fumble to go with seven total tackles in Ithaca's win over Brockport. The Ithaca defense held Brockport more than 200 yards below its season average.
LB Colton Evans, Jr., Morrisville
Evans posted seven total tackles, six solo stops, while registering two and a half sacks for a loss of 18 yards and a total three and a half tackles for a loss of 23 total yards. He also forced a fumble in the 38-14 win vs. William Paterson.
LB Jack Nelson, Sr.,
Nelson led Willamette with 12 total tackles, all unassisted, as the Bearcats defeated Linfield, 31-28. He added a tackle for loss. The Willamette defense held Linfield to 317 total yards, well below the Wildcats' average entering the game of 494.2 yards.
LB Grayson Pylant, Sr., Louisiana
Pylant totaled 12 tackles, one and a half tackles for loss, and two interceptions that he returned for 46 yards in a 55-28 win vs. Howard Payne.
CB C.J. Conway, Sr., Montclair
Conway registered seven solo tackles and had a pass breakup however he did plenty of damage to the Red Dragons passing game with four interceptions, including one return for a touchdown. MSU trailed 3-0 in the first quarter when Conway picked off a pass in the end zone to end a Cortland drive. He added two more, including a one-handed grab in the third quarter and punctuated his day with a 23-yard return for a touchdown as MSU battled back from 20-10 down to win 30-20.
S Evan Lapice, Jr., St.
Lapice made two interceptions including an 80-yard pick-six to lead St. Lawrence past WPI 20-7 on Saturday, keeping the Saints tied atop the Liberty League standings at 5-0. He added four tackles including a sack for a 9-yard loss.
S Eric Allen, Sr., Mary Hardin-Baylor
Allen posted eight tackles and grabbed a pair of interceptions in the Cru's win over Hardin-Simmons. He set a school single-game record with 120 yards of interception returns. Both of his picks led to UMHB scores and one came near the Cru goal line and resulted in an 87-yard return.
S Jackson Putnam, Fr.,
Putnam forced three turnovers in the game. He recorded two interceptions for 41 return yards, had five tackles, a forced fumble and one pass breakup.
CB William Heiligethaler, Jr.,
Heilegethaler had three takeaways in Greensboro's 19-17 win vs. Ferrum. He had two interceptions and a fumble recovery, to go with five tackles, four solo.
K Daniel Sobolewski, Jr.,
Sobolewski was called on to attempt field goals seven times on Saturday, making five of them in Albright's 36-35 overtime win vs. Wilkes. He made kicks of 30, 41, 34, 48 and 21 yards, while the two misses were from beyond 40. Including three PATs, Sobolewski scored 18 of Albright's 36 points.
P Ben Dudley, So.,
Dudley changed field position all night on Friday night in a rainy, windy win at Berry. The sophomore punted eight times, pinning the Vikings inside the 20 on four occasions. Dudley also was brilliant in limiting the Viking return game, holding Berry to just one punt return for 5 yards.
RET Isaiah Slutter, Sr.,
Slutter took back three kicks for a total of 146 yards Saturday against McDaniel. He ran the opening kickoff 98 yards for a touchdown. It ties for the second-longest return in Centennial Conference history.