Archive for October 23rd, 2011


Jeffs Use Balanced First Half to Get by Wesleyan

AMHERST, Mass. – The Amherst College football team used 176 total yards by running back Eric Bunker ’12 (Topsfield, Mass.) and 205 from quarterback Brian McMahon ’12 (Basking Ridge, N.J.) to earn a 24-10 win over Wesleyan University Saturday afternoon at Pratt Field. Amherst ran for its first touchdown, threw for its second and returned […]

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Kuesel’s Four Touchdowns Push Defiance Past Ravens

ANDERSON, Ind. – Drew Kuesel found the end zone three times in the first half on Saturday and powered in for a fourth time in the final minute of the game to lift the Yellow Jackets to a thrilling, 28-21, win against the Ravens. The victory was DC’s third in a row and its seventh-straight […]

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Talley’s Career Day Not Enough As No. 22 UMass Falls To No. 13 UNH, 27-21

Senior wide receiver hauls in 10 catches for 113 yards in loss. RECAP: http://www.umassathletics.com/sports/m-footbl/recaps/102211aac.html BOX SCORE: http://www.umassathletics.com/sports/m-footbl/stats/2011-2012/102211nh.html FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – A career day for redshirt senior Julian Talley was not enough as No. 22 UMass fell to No. 13 New Hampshire, 27-21, Saturday evening at Gillette Stadium in the second Colonial Clash. Talley posted career […]

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Lien’s Record-Breaking Day Keeps “Book of Knowledge” in Knights’ Hand

Box score http://www.carleton.edu/departments/publ/sportsinfo/football/2011/1022mac.htm Recap by David Stillerman ’14 ST. PAUL, Minn. — Jon Lien (Sr./Lindstrom, Minn./Chisago Lakes) ran for three long touchdowns and a school-record 259 yards—including a game-winning 25-yard rumble in overtime—as the Carleton College football team rallied to defeat Macalester College, 23-17 in overtime. With the victory, the Knights (2-5) retained the Book […]

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No. 14/15 Tribe Falls to No. 15/17 Towson on Homecoming, 38-27

Courtesy TribeAthletics.com    WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (Oct. 22, 2011) – Playing in front of a sold-out crowd on Homecoming, the No. 14/15 William and Mary football team fell to No. 15/17 Towson, 38-27, on Saturday afternoon. The Tigers (6-1, 4-0) scored touchdowns on each of their first four drives and held off a late Tribe (4-4, […]

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