Monday, October 12, 2015

Ivy League Weekly Awards

From the Ivy League...
Dartmouth senior quarterback Dalyn Williams (Corinth, Texas) had a game to remember on homecoming weekend, setting the school record for passing yards in a game (435) as the Big Green dominated Yale in a 35-3 triumph. Williams completed 29-of-53 throws and connected on four scoring strikes for a second-straight week. His first three touchdown tosses came in the first half. Then he capped his day with a 36-yard throw for the final points of the day to give him his first career 400-yard game and break the record held by former NFL quarterback Jay Fiedler. Williams had nine completions of at least 20 yards and five of at least 30. He is also the first Dartmouth quarterback with three consecutive 300-yard games to his credit.
Williams' Statistics for the Week
29-53-0, 435 yds., 4 TDs, 7 car. for 18 yds.

Dartmouth senior free safety David Caldwell (Charlotte, N.C.) looked as if his day would end early when he was helped from the field during early in the first half of the Big Green's win over Yale. Caldwell was tended to on the sideline and returned with a vengeance, finishing the day tying for the team lead with seven tackles while picking off two passes and breaking up three more. His first big play of the day came in the second quarter with Dartmouth leading 14-0 and Yale in Big Green territory as he tackled a receiver two yards shy of the first down on a 4th-and-4 play. In the third quarter, Caldwell broke up a pair of passes and he capped his day with two interceptions in the red zone in the fourth quarter -- the second at the two-yard line -- to prevent Yale from scoring a touchdown all day. He is the first Dartmouth player with two interceptions in a game in two years.
Caldwell's Statistics for the Week
7 tkls. (5 solo), 2 INTs, 3 BrUps

Brown senior placekicker Grant Senne (Winter Park, Fla.) kicked three field goals, including the game-winning, 35-yard boot with 2:06 remaining, to lift the Bears to a 25-24 over Holy Cross. Senne also connected on field goals of 20 and 28 yards. He punted four times for a 38.8 yards per punt average, pinning two punts inside the 20-yard line, including one at the eight-yard line.

Senne's Statistics for the Week
3 FGs (20, 28, 35), 38.8 yds./punt, 2 In20

Princeton freshman running back Charles Volker (Fair Haven, N.J.) scored his first collegiate touchdown on a 62-yard run in the fourth quarter of the Tigers' 44-20 win over Colgate. Volker was one of four freshmen to catch at least one pass in the win.

Volker's Statistics for the Week
4 car. for 64 yds., 1 TD, 20 rec. yds.

Tyler Drake
, Penn (Sr., LB - Plantation, Fla.)
12 tkls. (8 solo), 4.0 TFL, 4.0 Sacks

Chris Fraser, Cornell (Jr., P - Potomac, Md.)
52.4 yds./punt, 2 In20, 1 FC, 1 TB

Scott Hosch, Harvard (Sr., QB - Sugar Hill, Ga.)
14-30-0, 244 yds., 3 TDs, 7 car. for 78 yds., 1 TD

Alexander Jette, Brown (Jr., WR - North Attleboro, Mass.)
16 rec. for 216 yds.

Max Keefe, Columbia (Sr., LB - Shalimar, Fla.)
3 tkls. (1 solo), 1.0 TFL, 2-yd. FR for TD

John Lovett, Princeton (So., QB - Hyattsville, Md.)
49 rush yds., 4 TDs, 38 rec. yds., 17 pass yds.

Dan Moody, Harvard (Sr., DL - Warren, Ohio)
2 tkls. (2 solo), 2.0 TFL, 2.0 Sacks

Skyler Mornhinweg, Columbia (Jr., QB - Philadelphia)
12-24-0, 143 yds., 11 car. for 74 yds., 1 TD

Brian Schoenauer, Penn (Jr., RB - Princeton Junction, N.J.)
22 car. for 161 yds., 3 TDs

Justice Shelton-Mosley, Harvard (Fr., WR - Sacramento, Calif.)
78 KR yds., 46 rec. yds., 39 PR yds.

Michael Siragusa, Jr., Yale (So., WR - Cleveland)
12 rec. for 132 yds.

Dorian Williams, Princeton (Jr., DB - Streetsboro, Ohio)
10 tkls. (6 solo), 1 BrUp 


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I hate to say it, but from the looks of this list, we are losing the recruiting wars to Harvard, Princeton and Dartmouth.
But maybe it is just this year, or, hopefully, maybe it is just this week.

2:27 PM 
Anonymous blue boy said...

Did anyone watch CH 8 sports tonight They showed some tape of last sat game two words TURE AROUND AND LOOK.

6:40 PM 

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