Games of Oct. 23-24, 2015
|Anthony White took an interception the distance on Saturday, and it was not the only pick White had.
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QB Ayrton Scott, Sr., Augsburg
Scott had one of his top offensive performances of his career in Augsburg's 57-35 win over St. Olaf, producing 516 yards of total offense. He completed 26 of 32 passes for 313 yards and four touchdowns against no interceptions, while rushing 22 times for 203 yards and a second-quarter touchdown -- his second 200-yard rushing game of his career. His 516 yards of total offense marked his fourth 500-yard-plus performance of his career. With his 516 yards on Saturday, Scott now has 13,388 career yards of total offense, in sixth place in the category in NCAA Division III history.
OL Marcus Thompson, Tyler Cowley, Kenny Maryon, Tyler Hallett, Fahraad Johnson, Morrisville State
Morrisville State's offensive line had a stellar outing against Empire 8 opponent Ithaca, allowing the Mustangs to rack up 482 yards total offense against the 29th ranked overall defense. The Mustangs collected 267 yards rushing against the Bombers' defense, which was sixth-best statistically in Division III and allowed a mere 67.5 on average per game.
RB Kendall Roberson, Sr., East Texas Baptist
Roberson rushed for 420 yards and five touchdowns, both career highs, in a win vs. Belhaven. He also scored 32 of the 46 points (five TDS, two-point conversion). The 420 yards rushing is an American Southwest Conference and ETBU single game rushing record. The 420 yards are the most by a NCAA Division III back this year and was 46 yards shy of breaking the NCAA Division III single game record. He had 256 yards rushing and two TDs in the first half.
RB Mark Wilson, So., Trine
Wilson set the MIAA record for rushing yards in a game and had the second-highest rushing yardage by a Division III player this season (and week). Wilson, who ran for 327 yards on 46 carries, had more rushing yards in this game than in his entire career combined entering Saturday's game in upset win vs. Albion.
RB Blake Bowman, Jr., Lycoming
Bowman posted his second consecutive four-touchdown game in a 44-20 win over FDU-Florham, becoming the first player in program history to accomplish that feat. He rushed for a career-high 281 yards on 30 carries in the win, scoring on runs of 12, 23, 19 and 31 yards.
WR Daniel Hugan, So., Alma
Daniel Hugan had 16 catches for 235 yards and a touchdown and also ran for a score as Alma defeated Hope 35-24. He was two yards short of the school record for receiving yards.
WR Jessie Ramos, Sr., Hardin-Simmons
Ramos had seven catches for 193 yards and four touchdowns covering 72, 64, 30 and 14 yards. He also left the game with a big lead after his touchdown early in the third quarter as HSU rolled past Howard Payne 63-7.
DE Eric Wilson, Jr., North Central (Ill.)
Wilson delivered half of North Central's six sacks in a 17-9 loss to No. 8 Wheaton. He had six tackles, four solo, including four tackles for loss. Wilson also forced a fumble.
DT Xavier Davis, Sr., East Texas Baptist
Davis dominated the Belhaven offensive line to lead ETBU in tackling with seven tackles, three and a half sacks and four and a half tackles for loss. He also had one quarterback hurry in the win vs. the Blazers.
DE Nadim Raddar, Sr., Bethany
Raddar helped lead the Bison defense in a 41-15 win over Geneva. He finished the game with a career high five tackles for loss and tied a career best with three and a half sacks among his 12 total tackles in the win.
LB Logan McRae, Sr., Wheaton (Ill.)
McRae was a crucial part of Wheaton's outstanding defensive effort in a 17-9 win at No. 16 North Central, as the Thunder held the Cardinals to season-lows in both total offense and points in the victory. McRae had three tackles for loss and two sacks among his seven total tackles.
LB Jack Campbell, Jr., Johns Hopkins
Campbell totaled a career-high 15 tackles, including 12 solo and a half sack, forced a fumble and recovered a pair in the Blue Jays' 36-7 win at Gettysburg. Hopkins held the Bullets more than 150 yards and 27 points below their season averages.
LB Drew Carlson, Jr., Central
Carlson had two interceptions and a forced fumble to go along with his eight tackles as Central knocked off Coe 27-13. His second interception came with 1:22 remaining in the game to seal a Central victory.
LB Jake Reimer, So., Linfield
Reimer led the Wildcat defense with eight total tackles (seven solo), a forced fumble, and two sacks as Linfield limited Whitworth to 133 yards of total offense (minus-10 rushing) in a 52-10 victory.
CB Jimmy Lauer, Jr., Stevenson
Lauer totaled three interceptions in a crucial 31-20 victory vs. Widener. He also added nine tackles, including five solo, while recording a pass breakup. Lauer sealed the game with a 63-yard interception return.
S Anthony White, Sr., Huntingdon
Leading 7-0, with Methodist at the Huntingdon 6-yard line, White set a school record with a 100-yard interception return for a touchdown in the first quarter. His second interception of the game, which he returned 23 yards to the Methodist 16, set up the Hawks' third touchdown in a 42-6 win.
S Drew Fitzmorris, So., Carnegie Mellon
Fitzmorris helped the Tartans to a 41-13 victory over visiting St. Vincent with seven tackles, five solo, one and a half for a loss and one interception. One of his tackles for a loss came on the Bearcats' first possession of the game on a fourth-and-1. Fitzmorris now has an interception in three straight games and returned the one against St. Vincent 45 yards to set up the Tartans' fifth score of the game.
CB Dinari Ellis, Sr., Illinois College
Ellis continued his outstanding work in the secondary with two interceptions on Saturday in IC's 52-28 win vs. Lake Forest. Both interceptions came in the end zone to stop Forester drives deep in Illinois College territory. He added five solo tackles and had a pair of pass breakups as well.
K Tommy Budke, Sr., Thomas More
Budke tied the Thomas More single-game record for kicking points in a game with 12. Budke was a perfect 9-for-9 in point-after-attempts and connected on a 46-yard field goal.
P Jacob Burke, So., Case Western Reserve
Burke punted seven times in windy and rainy conditions for an average of 43.6 yards in a 35-28 win vs. then-No. 15 W&J. He pinned the Presidents inside their own 20-yard line once and had three touchbacks, including one in the fourth quarter on a career-long 71-yard punt. Burke also dropped a snap on a punt attempt, but turned it into a 22-yard gain and a first down, allowing the Spartans to continue a drive that would produce a go-ahead touchdown.
RET Eric Blinn, Sr., Bethany
Blinn returned a punt 85 yards for a touchdown in Bethany's 41-15 win vs. Geneva, marking the team's first special teams touchdown since 2012. He had 215 all-purpose yards in the game, making him the third active player to surpass 5,000 all-purpose yards for his career.
ST Wyatt McRae, Sr., Rhodes
With a little over four minutes remaining in the game, BSC lined up for a 36-yard game tying field goal with Rhodes leading 21-18. McRae was able to get a hand up and block the kick to keep the Lynx ahead and preserve the 21-18 win on Homecoming.