D3football.com Team of the Week

Michael Goldsworthy, he of the three interceptions. (Coast Guard athletics photo)
Michael Goldsworthy is the first Coast Guard player to intercept three passes in a game since 2015. His defensive performance came in a 15-0 shutout of Maine Maritime.
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Games of Oct. 12-13, 2018


QB Jacob Adams, Jr., Washington & Jefferson

Adams had a career-high 432 yards as he completed a career-high 30 passes. His 12-yard pass to Andrew Wolf with 30 seconds remaining broke a 43-43 tie and gave W&J a 50-43 win on Homecoming. It was one of five touchdown strikes on the day for the junior, who ranks second in the country in both yards and TDs. Two receivers topped 100 yards, and four had at least 70 yards.

OL Niccolas Falconeiri, Austin White, Michael Casey, Tyilin Landrum, Zachary Tillson, Bridgewater State

The Bears offensive line paved the way for season-highs in points (44), total offense (543), passing yards (356) and first downs (31) in a 44-28 win vs. UMass Dartmouth. The Bears' 356 passing yards set a single-game program record. Bridgewater State's six touchdowns all came on the ground (10, 8, 6, 2, 1, 6).

RB Josh Parks
Sr., St. Thomas

Parks had TD runs of 92 and 60 yards and rushed 22 times for 256 yards at St. John's. Parks' three touchdowns now give him 35 in three seasons, while his 256 yards is a career high.

RB Sean Bowman
Sr., Averett

Bowman posted a career-high 229 rushing yards while breaking the program's career rushing yards mark in the process of Averett's 24-14 win vs. N.C. Wesleyan. Bowman averaged 9.5 yards per carry.

WR Will Gillach
Sr., St. John's

Gillach turned 14 completions into an SJU-record 256 yards and two scores in a 40-20 win against then-No. 3 St. Thomas. The 14 receptions were the most by a Johnnie since Blake Elliott caught 15 against Bethel on Nov. 8, 2003; John Gagliardi's record-breaking 409th collegiate victory.

WR Colt Morgan
So., Case Western Reserve

Morgan recorded the most receiving yards in a single game by a wide receiver at any NCAA level during the Spartans' 37-7 win vs. St. Vincent. Morgan finished the game with a program-record 281 receiving yards and tied the program mark with 15 catches. He had a 9-152-2 line in the second quarter alone.

TE Ryan Curtiss
Jr., Muhlenberg

Curtiss caught eight passes for 150 yards and a touchdown in the Mules' 34-31 win at Thomas More. His 51-yard touchdown gave Muhlenberg a 21-17 lead just 50 seconds after the Saints had gone in front, and he caught passes of 20 and 29 yards on the Mules' game-tying fourth-quarter drive.


DE Peter Pigatti
So., Washington U.

Pigatti recorded five tackles, 3.5 sacks and 3.5 tackles for loss in a 17-10 upset win vs. then-No. 12 Wheaton. WashU's defense limited Wheaton to three points in the final 58 minutes of play. WashU also held Wheaton to minus-3 yards rushing, with 24 yards lost on Pigatti's sacks.

DT D'Andre Brown
Jr., Wooster

Brown logged a career-high 10 tackles and recorded his second-career two-sack game in a 27-21 win vs. Oberlin. Brown logged a 7-yard strip sack in the first quarter in the red zone and added a second strip sack in the fourth quarter inside Wooster's 30-yard line. The junior had three other tackles for loss and batted down a pass.

DE Cameron Brown
Sr., Case Western Reserve

Brown tallied 4.5 sacks during the 21st-ranked Spartans' 37-7 win over St. Vincent, the most in a game by a D-III player this season. Brown totaled six tackles (five solo), forced a fumble with a strip sack in the third quarter, recovered a fumble in the first quarter, and added a quarterback hurry.


LB Hanif Jones
Jr., Stevenson

Jones had two interceptions and three tackles in Stevenson's 20-6 win at Widener as the Mustangs held their fifth straight opponent under 300 total yards. His first interception and 10-yard return at the Widener 19 set up Stevenson's first touchdown in the second quarter, while his second pick came in the fourth quarter after Stevenson had found the end zone twice to go up by two scores.

LB Garrett Bishop
Jr., Westminster (Pa.)

Bishop totaled five tackles (two solo) and a team- and game-high 2.5 tackles for loss for 15 yards and a team-and-game-high 1.5 sacks for 12 yards in Westminster's 49-7 win vs. Thiel.

LB Myles Myers
So., Birmingham-Southern

Myers was credited with 10 tackles, six solo, with four tackles for a loss of 16 yards and half a sack in a 13-10 win vs. Sewanee. A tackle for loss inside the red zone helped force Sewanee to kick a field goal and tie the game at 10-10, while BSC took the lead for the final time on the next possession.


CB Michael Goldsworthy
Jr., Coast Guard

Goldsworthy had a career-high three interceptions with 32 return yards as Coast Guard shut out Maine Maritime 15-0. He had interceptions in the first, second and fourth quarters and added four tackles as the Bears held the Mariners to 125 yards of total offense.

S Dillon Nelson
Sr., Manchester

Nelson snagged three interceptions and returned two for touchdowns in a 21-17 win over Bluffton. His 43-yard interception return for a touchdown with 7:07 left in the fourth quarter were the final points in the 21-17 win. He also returned an interception 40 yards for a TD in the second quarter. His third pick came with 1:09 left and stalled Bluffton's potential game winning drive.

S Sean Carroll
So., Salisbury

Carroll turned in an impressive performance as Salisbury downed Montclair State 17-15 in a battle of unbeatens. Carroll posted a team-best seven tackles (three solo), a forced fumble, and a thrilling one-handed interception that helped stop the Red Hawks' comeback. His forced fumble help set up the Sea Gulls third straight scoring drive of the game, making it 17-0.

S Max Jackson
Sr., St. John's

St. Thomas was inches from making it a one-score game early in the fourth quarter, but Alex Sais forced a fumble on the one-yard line and Jackson scooped it up for a 99-yard return for a touchdown. The momentum-shifting fumble return for a touchdown tied the longest in school history. He tied for the team lead with nine tackles (five solo) and broke up two passes.

CB Travis Brown
So., Carleton

Travis Brown picked off two passes. Both plays were pivotal in a 36-34 win vs. Augsburg, as his first interception came in the end zone with the score tied 7-7, preventing an Auggie TD, while his second turned into a 39-yard pick-six to keep Carleton on top. Brown finished the day with seven tackles, six solo, and three additional pass breakups.

Special teams

K Willy Warne
Jr., Linfield

Warne made a career-long 54-yard field goal, the longest made field goal in the NWC this season. He made from 26, 42 and 54 yards (missing from 46) and hit four extra points in a 43-26 win over Lewis & Clark.

P Calvin Montgomery
Jr., Denison

Montgomery averaged 45.2 yards per punt on five punts in Denison's 20-12 comeback win over DePauw. He pinned the Tigers inside their own 20-yard line, three times and had a punt of 58 yards that flipped field position helping Denison drive for the go-ahead TD.

RET Alex Galloway
Sr., Bridgewater

Galloway returned a kickoff 100 yards for a touchdown in a 42-21 loss to Hampden-Sydney. He had 181 return yards, an average of 45.3 yards on four kicks.

ST Trevon Simmons
Sr., Guilford

Simmons' special teams play helped preserve Guilford's 28-27 win over Ferrum. He contributed a key blocked point-after kick with 4:13 left in regulation that kept the Quakers ahead. He also recovered a muffed Ferrum punt.

Dec. 14: All times Eastern
at Mary Hardin-Baylor 24, Mount Union 16
@ Woodforest Bank Stadium; Shenandoah, Texas
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Dec. 8: All times Eastern
at Mary Hardin-Baylor 31, UW-Whitewater 14
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at Mount Union 28, Johns Hopkins 20
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