Mike DeLong-Coach of the Year ECAC DIVISION II ROOKIE OF THE YEAR 2016 - Nick Giorgio, DL (1st), ECAC DIVISION III ALL-REGION TEAM Skip To Main Content. 2003 – Jesse Baker, LB (1st), Brian Dewey, OL (1st), Justin Fletcher, LB (2nd), Tim Lutgens, FB (2nd), Jason MacDonald, DL (1st), Ryan Santo, DB (1st), Ryan Sylvia, QB (1st) - January 24, 2020 - For the second time in the last three years, the Springfield College football program had the best rushing offense in all of Division III according to the final NCAA … 2003 - Brian Dewey, OL; Ryan Sylvia, QB directed the Pride's rushing game with 771 rushing yards on the ground under center. 1997 - John Cena, C (1st); Rich Levy, LB (1st); Shawn Andrade, CB/Return Specialist (2nd). 263 Alden St 263 Alden St Springfield College's athletic teams have been known since 1995 as the Pride; the teams were nicknamed the Chiefs from 1968 through 1994, and prior to that were known as the Gymnasts or Maroons. In 10 games last year, Springfield rushed for 30 touchdowns and had an especially balanced attack as six student-athletes averaged at least 30 rushing yards per game, as Chad Shade (Pittsfield, Mass.) Kevin Cahill - Offensive Player of the Year 1984 - Wally Case, DT 2015 - Mike Dublin, LB NCAA DIVISION II ALL-NORTHEAST REGION SECOND TEAM 2006 - Chris Sharpe 1998 - Mike Tanner, FB (3rd) 1993 - Keith Sweeney, DB 2017 - Jordan Wilcox (Runner-Up: One of four national finalists) 2018 - Nick Giorgio (National Semifinalst: One of … 2009 - Jarred Burrell, RET (1st) Joe Pedemonti, DB (1st); Dwayne Robinson, OL (1st); Greg Switaj, PK (1st); Jay Curtis, SE (2nd); Kevin Domurat, HB (2nd); Jeremiah Goodnow, DB (2nd) Greg Switaj - Special Teams Player of the Year This is the official Facebook page of Springfield College Athletics. Springfield, Mass. September 14, 2019 Springfield College Grinds Out 21-14 Victory Over Kean The Springfield College football team rushed for 420 yards and scored the go-ahead touchdown with 22 seconds remaining as it prevailed over Kean, 21-14, on Saturday afternoon in non-conference play at Stagg Field. 2006 - Adam Feit, OG 1997 - Shawn Andrade, CB (1st); John Cena, C (1st); Rich Levy, LB (1st); Geoff Picard, FB (1st); Dean Campbell, P (2nd); Bill Meeker, OT (2nd). The official 2019 Football schedule for the American International College Yellow Jackets Springfield College CAB. The official Football page for the. This is the official Facebook page of Springfield College Athletics. 2002 – Ben Bristol, OL (1st) SUNY Cortland Athletics. 1998 - Shawn Andrade, Return Specialist; John Cena, C; Mike Fanning, LB 2004 - Ryan Sylvia, QB 2015 - Max Nacewicz, LB View All Announcements. 1992 - Mike Cerasuolo, C Community Bulletin January 13, 2021. 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No teams selected in 1993 and 1994 1983 - Wally Case, DT This is the official Facebook page of Springfield College Athletics. 2017 - Jake Eglintine (1st), Jordan Wilcox (1st and Offensive Player of the Year), Nick Giorgio (1st and Defensive Player of the Year), Marlowe Scott (1st), Chris Hayden (1st), Nick Bainter (1st), Dom Traversa (1st), Chula Loomis (1st), Christian Zotti (2nd), Joel Sodeinde (2nd), Joe Chaves (2nd), Tyler Hyde (2nd), Hunter Belzo (2nd), Josh Corporan (2nd), Jonny Bianchi (2nd), Brennan Fleming (2nd) 2010 - Ken Goodwin, LB; John Carlson, OL 2015 - Max Nacewicz, LB (1st and Defensiver Player of the Year); Keith Rodman, FB (1st); Kasden Naraine, DL (2nd); Joe Festo, WR (2nd); Jake Eglintine, QB (2nd); Joey Racioppi, CB (HM) 2012 - Jonathan Marrero, QB (First-team selections by the Associated Press and the American Football Coaches Association) 2002 – Nick Asermelly, OL (1st); Mike Capotosto, DB (1st); Justin Fletcher, LB (1st); Jim Galliher, DL (1st); Andrew MacFadyen, OL (1st); 2012 - Max Nacewicz, DE; Duke Ekblom, OL 2018 - Nick Giorgio (1st and Defensive Athlete of the Year), Nick Bainter (1st), David Mikos (1st), Tim Christensen (1st), Hunter Belzo (1st), Tim Callahan (1st), AJ Smith (1st), Marlow Scott (1st), Brennan Fleming (2nd), Josh Corporan (2nd). 2016 - Nick Giorgio, DL (1st); Jordan Wilcox, FB (2nd), Cody Brown, OL (2nd), Joel Sodeinde DT (2nd), NEWMAC ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM 2006 - Adam Feit, OG (1st) Stagg Field (formerly known as "Benedum Field") is an athletic field on the campus of Springfield College in Springfield, Massachusetts.It has bleacher seating for 3,867, is the competition field for football, field hockey, and men’s and women’s lacrosse.It is also used for … 2011 -Sean Meagher, OL (1st); Josh Carter, QB (2nd); James Kikel, FS (2nd); Matt Ramos, SS (2nd); Matt Dugan, OL (HM); Mike MacDonald, OL (HM); Josh Carter, QB (Sportsman of the Year); LIBERTY LEAGUE ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM 2001 – Jason Perkins, FS (1st); Bob Sedlor, RB (1st); Kevin Vacca, C (1st); Jesse Baker, LB (2nd) and Johjan Mussa Robles (Caguas, Puerto Rico) were among 45 the Division III student … 2006 – Brian Rose, WR 2017 - Nick Giorgio, DE, HEWLETT-PACKARD DIVISION III ALL-AMERICANS NEW ENGLAND FOOTBALL WRITERS ASSOCIATION DIVISION II/III ALL-STAR TEAM 1993 - John Griffith, LB; Keith Sweeney, DB 2011 - Sean Meagher (OL) 2005 - Jason Benguche, OL Springfield College combines academics, student life, athletics, and affordability to bring you one of the top institutions in New England. 2011 - Sean Meagher, OL (3rd), USA COLLEGE FOOTBALL ALL-AMERICANS 1983 - Ed Meachum, TE 2000 - Kevin Vacca, C 2003 - Brian Dewey, OL (3rd) AZTEC BOWL PARTICIPANTS ECAC (Division III, Football I-AA), Eastern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association (Division III), Empire Eight (Division III), New England College Wrestling Association (Division III), New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (Division III), Pilgrim League (Division III) Add School to Favorites Email the Coaches. 1968 - Dick Dobbert, C 1992 – Chris Lawler, QB (2nd) Springfield College sports news and features, including conference, nickname, location and official social media handles. 2017 - Jordan Wilcox, FB; Chris Hayden, OL; Nick Giorgio, DE 2017 - Jordan Wilcox, FB Football Claims NCAA Division III Rushing Title. 1986 - Jerry Donegan, P (1st); Rusty Miller, NG (1st); Randy Turer, DB (1st). 2005 - Jason Benguche, OL (1st); Andrew Madigan, LB (1st); Lucas Maciarello, DB (2nd); Chris Sharpe, QB (Sportsman of the Year) 2017 - Christopher Hayden, OL Producing awesome sports recruiting highlight videos at affordable prices. College & University. 2013 - Sam Weiss, DB (1st); Mike MacDonald, OL (1st); Dan Macalena, LB (2nd); Kashden Naraine, DL (HM); Scott Leech, OL (HM) 2013 - Joel Altavesta, FB 2017 - Jordan Wilcox (Runner-Up: One of four national finalists) DEOSMOND "TUSS" MCLAUGHRY WESTERN MASS. Springfield College Football. Mike Fanning-Defensive Player-of-the-Year 4,438 were here. Ryan Sylvia - Offensive Player of the Year 2006 - Jack Holik, Defensive Coordinator 1996 - Eric Ciano, OG (1st); Jamie McGourty, DE (1st); Jason Perkins, CB (1st); Mark Doherty, FB (2nd). 2017 - Jordan Wiclox, FB (1st); Nick Giorgio, DE (1st); Nick Bainter, OL (1st); Christopher Hayden, OL (2nd), GOLD HELMET COLLEGE DIVISION AWARD -- PLAYER OF THE YEAR - November 13, 2020 - Springfield College was one of only nine institutions in the nation to have multiple student-athletes selected to attend the 2021 NCAA Division III Student Immersion Program this upcoming January in conjunction with the NCAA Convention. 1999 - Brian Fahy, OL (1st) ; Jay Miller, FB (1st) ; Kevin Cahill, QB (2nd), Matt Sallila, OL (2nd) ; Bob Sedlor, RB (2nd). 2015 - Max Nacewicz, LB (Associated Press Little All-America Team and AFCA) EMPIRE 8 FOOTBALL ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM 2006 - Chris Sharpe, QB (1st); Joe Harasymiak, CB (2nd) 2000 - Kevin Cahill, QB (1st) ; Jason Miller, FB (1st) ; Jason Perkins, DB (1st), Matt Sallila, OL (1st) ; Bob Sedlor (1st) ; Thomas Allen, DB (2nd) ; Rich Moran, DE (2nd) ; Dwayne Robinson, DE (2nd) ; Kevin Vacca, C (2nd). VERIZON/CoSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS 1990 - Tariff Waters, DB Quicklinks. 2009 - Jarred Burrell, DB, Special Teams (1st); John Carlson, OL (HM); Josh Carter, QB (Sportsman of the Year); Baldwin Cunningham, FB (2nd); Cody Flanigan, DE (1st); Ken Goodwin, LB (2nd); Sean Meagher, OL (2nd) Home; Purchase Aids. 2002 – Andrew MacFadyen, OL (1st); Greg Switaj, PK (1st); Nick Asermelly, OL (2nd); Joe Pedemonti, DB (2nd) 2018 - Nick Giorgio (National Semifinalst: One of 13) College & University 2014 - Max Nacewicz, LB; Joe Cianciolo, OL (1st) 2002 - Mike Capotosto, DB; Dwayne Robinson, OL; Greg Switaj, PK 2012 - Jonathan Marrero, QB (1st and Rookie of the Year); Joel Altavesta, FB (1st); Max Nacewicz, DE (1st); Duke Ekblom, OL (1st); Mike Davis, Special Teams (1st); Mike MacDonald, OL (2nd); Sam Weiss, DB (2nd); Kevin Shields, LB (2nd); Ricky Peacock, K (HM); Phil Baier, WR (HM); Mike Dublin, LB (HM); 1980 - Steve Foster, OT 2014 - Max Nacewicz, LB 2006 - Dan Tanguay, C 2011 - Sean Meagher, OL 1995- Kirk Lincoln, C (1st); Tony Trisciani, SS (1st); Eric Ciano, G (2nd); Jim Lackner, PK (2nd); Jamie McGourty, DE (2nd). NCAA Division III Football Coach Contacts – Awe Video LLC. 1998 - Shawn Andrade, DB (3rd) 1994 - John Griffith, LB; Matt Way, OG, SPRINGFIELD COLLEGE ATHLETICS 2015 - Max Nacewicz, LB (3rd) 2006 - Chris Sharpe, QB (HM) Springfield's football team joined the NEWMAC when it began sponsoring football in 2017. FOOTBALL GAZETTE DIVISION III ALL-AMERICANS MELBERGER AWARD - Division III National Player of the Year. The Springfield Student Newspaper. 2007 - Jarred Burrell, Special Teams (2nd); Tom Caporale, LB (1st); Jeff Creeden, LB (HM); Nate Germain, OL (2nd); Joe Harasymiak, DB (1st); Brian Hess, DL (1st); Chris Sharpe, QB (HM) Shawn Andrade- Special Teams Player of the Year 1998 - John Cena, C (1st) - January 24, 2020 - For the second time in the last three years, the Springfield College football program had the best rushing offense in all of Division III according to the final NCAA National Rankings. Visit ESPN to view the Springfield College Pride team schedule for the current and previous seasons 1995 - Kirk Lincoln, C 2014 - Max Nacewicz, LB (1st); Joe Cianciolo, OL (1st); Kashden Naraine, DL (2nd); Max Ford, DE (2nd); Keith Rodman, FB (2nd); Andres Martin, WR (HM); Mike Serricchio, OL (HM); Joey Racioppi, CB (HM); Nick Welsh, FS (HM); Danny Macalena, LB (HM) 2006 - Adam Feit, OG (1st) 1985 - Jim Anderson, LB Fans can also download the Springfield "Front Row" mobile app, powered by PrestoSports, on iTunes and the Android Market. 2006 - Chris Sharpe, QB (HM) 2018 - Christopher Hayden, OL View the complete FPI Springfield College Pride football team schedule on ESPN.com. 1971 – Bruce Rupert, LB 2007 - Chris Sharpe, QB, D3FOOTBALL.COM ALL-EAST REGION TEAM SPRINGFIELD COLLEGE ATHLETICS 1992 - Mike Cerasuolo, C (1st); Dan Shaughnessy, DT (1st); Keith Sweeney, DB (1st); John Griffith, LB (2nd); Tony Trisciani, DB (Rookie of the Year) Twitter Facebook. 1985 – Sean Flanders, OL (1st) School. The Springfield College Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion Springfield College remains steadfast in its commitment to equality and fair treatment for all. Every 2020-21 college football bowl result Division II - Springfield, IL University of Illinois-Springfield 2004 - Brian Dewey, OL (1st) 2002 - Greg Switaj, PK (1st) Todd Rodgers (Abington, Mass.) In recognition of one of the finest careers in Division III men's ba... sketball history, recent Springfield College graduate Jake Ross '20 was named to the D3hoops.com All-Decade Team. Mike DeLong – Coach of the Year 2010 - Ken Goodwin, LB 1985 - Sean Flanders, OL 2006 - Chris Sharpe, GAGLIARDI NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE YEAR TROPHY Kevin Cahill- ECAC Division III Northeast Player-of-the-Year. 1995 - Todd Hoeder, OT (1st); Kirk Lincoln, C (1st); Tony Trisciani, SS (1st); Eric Ciano, G (2nd). The college is a member of National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III and most teams compete in the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference(NEWMAC). 2000 - Jason Miller, FB Springfield Collegiate Institute. 2004 - Tim Lutgens, FB (1st); Brian Dewey, OL (1st); Brian McLellan, DT (1st); Justin Fletcher, LB (2nd); Mike Clark, LB (HM); Mike Kimmel, DB (HM); Ryan Sylvia, QB (HM) News & Media Website. 2017 - Jordan Wilcox, RB (1st); Nick Giorgio, DE (1st); Nick Bainter, C (2nd)  1987 - Rusty Miller, NG 2006 - Adam Feit, OG (1st); Andrew Madigan, LB (1st); Chris Sharpe, QB (1st); Sharpe, Co-Player of the Year - ECAC Div. 1996 - Jamie McGourty, DE 2010 -John Carlson, OL (1st); Cody Flanigan, DE (1st); Ken Goodwin, LB (1st); Antoine King, HB (2nd); Chris Kulcsar, DL (2nd); Sean Meagher, OL (2nd); Joe Myhren, HB (Sportsman of the Year); 1978 - Jack Quinn, SS Community Bulletin December 18, 2020. 1998 - Shawn Andrade, CB/Punt Returner (1st); Kevin Cahill, QB (1st); John Cena, C (1st); Mike Fanning, LB (1st); Kevin Jordan, DT (1st); Mike Tanner, FB (1st); Pat Corthell, DT (2nd); Colly Lorde, LB (2nd); Mike Tanner, Punter (2nd). The Pride's wide receivers caught 20 passes for 476 yards on the year, led by Andrew Smith (Northport, N.Y.) who caught eight passes for 263 yards. 2017 - Jordan Wilcox, FB (Associated Press Little All-America Team) 2000 - Matt Sallila, OL Springfield, MA 01109, 2020 Athletics Initial Team Meeting/Tryout Information. The official Football page for the American International College Yellow Jackets 1994 - Matt Way, OG It only trailed NCAA Division II's Harding (373) and FBS-program Navy (360.5). 9.7K likes. 1996 - Jamie McGourty, DE 2000 - Matt Sallila, OL (1st) 2012 - Max Nacewicz, DE (1st); Duke Ekblom, T (3rd) Scoreboard. 1.9K likes. 2011 - Josh Carter, QB (1st) 2009 - John Carlson, OL; Jarred Burrell, KR 2002 - Andrew MacFadyen, OL (3rd) 2000 - Kevin Cahill, QB (1st), Jason Miller, FB (1st), Jason Perkins, DB (1st), Matt Sallila, OL (1st). 1996 - Mark Doherty, FB (1st); Jamie McGourty, DE (1st); Todd Tyminski, CB (1st); Kevin Collins, OG (2nd); Rich Levy, LB (2nd); Paul Trischitta, OT (2nd); Gary Malisos, LB (2nd); Shawn Tarpey, QB (2nd). 2009 - Jarred Burrell, FS, RS (1st); Cody Flanigan, DE (1st) 2012 - Joel Altavesta, FB; Duke Ekblom, OL; Max Nacewicz, DE; Jonathan Marrero, QB - Offensive Rookie of the Year The men's soccer, men's golf, cro… ECAC DIVISION III NORTH ATLANTIC CHAMPIONSHIP-GAME MVP 2005 - Jason Benguche, OL (1st); Andrew Madigan, LB (1st) Mike DeLong - Coach of the Year 1981 - Jon Richardson, LB 1983 - Wally Case, DT 2002 - Mike Capotosto, DB (2nd); Andrew MacFadyen, OL (1st); Dwayne Robinson, LB (2nd); Greg Switaj, PK (1st) 2010 - John Carlson, T (3rd); Cody Flanigan, DE (3rd) 2003 – Brian Dewey, OL (1st) FREEDOM FOOTBALL CONFERENCE ALL-STARS BSN.COM FOOTBALL ALL-AMERICANS Springfield College Football, Springfield, MA. ECAC NEW ENGLAND/NORTHWEST DIVISION III ALL-STAR TEAM GRIDIRON CLUB OF BOSTON'S ASSISTANT COACH OF THE YEAR 2008 - Jarred Burrell, Special Teams (HM); Tom Caporale, LB (1st); Cody Flanigan, DE (HM); Andrew Jackson, OL (1st and Sportsman of the Year) 2018 - Nick Giorgio, DE (1st); Nick Bainter, C (1st), ECAC NEW ENGLAND/NORTHEAST DIVISION III ALL-STAR TEAM 1994 - John Griffith, LB; Matt Way, OG 2000 - Kevin Cahill 1984 – Sean Flanders, OL 2002 - Andrew MacFadyen, OL (2nd) RICE FRUIT FARM, Wilbraham. 1996 - Mark Doherty, FB (3rd) ECAC DIVISION II ALL-STARS 2004 - Brian Dewey, OL; Tim Lutgens, FB College & University. 2001 – Jesse Baker, LB (1st); Jason Perkins, FS (1st); Bob Sedlor, RB (1st); Kevin Vacca, C (1st); Thomas Allen, CB (2nd); Dan Nichol, DL (2nd); Luke Quigley, SE/KR (2nd); Jay Raifstanger, LB (2nd) Coffee Shop . Indianapolis, Ind. 1970 - John Curtis, SE GAGLIARDI NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE YEAR TROPHY. Springfield College Athletics, Springfield, MA. Football Claims NCAA Division III Rushing Title Posted: Jan 24, 2020 Indianapolis, Ind. Kevin Cahill- ECAC New England Division III Player of the Year 1998 - Shawn Andrade, CB/Return Specialist (1st); John Cena, C (1st); Mike Fanning, LB (1st). 2018 - Nick Giorgio, DE, FOOTBALL GAZETTE ALL-EAST TEAM 2018 - Nick Giorgio. AWARD 1998 - John Cena, OL (1st) 4,439 were here. MELBERGER AWARD - Division III National Player of the Year Official Athletics Site of the Kean University Cougars. 2000 - Jason Miller, FB (2nd) Springfield College Football All-Time Awards. 1976 - Roy Samuelsen, MG 2003 - Brian Dewey, OL (1st); Justin Fletcher, LB (2nd); Tim Lutgens, FB (1st); Jason MacDonald, DL (1st); Ryan Sylvia, QB (2nd); Chris Teel, DB (2nd) 1991 - Kevin Handzel, LB (1st); Paul Gonnella, FS (1st); Fran Papasedero, DT (1st); Tony Vitiello, P (1st); Mike Cerasuolo, C (2nd); David DePasquale, K (2nd). 2006 - Chris Sharpe. 2008 - Tom Caporale, LB (1st); Andrew Jackson, OL (1st) 2005 - Jason Benguche, T (1st) The Pride averaged 357.4 rushing yards this season, marking the eighth time in program history that it led the country in rushing. 2014 - Max Nacewicz, LB (1st) 2001 - Kevin Vacca, C (2nd) - January 24, 2020 - For the second time in the last three years, the Springfield College football program had the best rushing offense in all of Division III, according to the final NCAA National Rankings. For the latest on Springfield College Athletics, follow the Pride on social media on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. 2006 - Chris Sharpe, QB (1st and Offensive Player of the Year); Adam Feit, OL (1st); Mike Mestieri, C (1st); Andrew Madigan, LB (1st); Mike Mahoney, P (1st); Kevin Fessette, SS (2nd); Joe Harasymiak, CB (2nd); Andrew Jackson, FB (2nd); Mike Nicol, DE (2nd); Nate Germain, OL (HM); Derron Walker, HB (Sportsman of the Year) 2014 - Max Nacewicz, LB; Joe Cianciolo, OL 2015 - Max Nacewicz, LB (1st); Keith Rodman, FB (2nd) ALL-AMERICANS 2006 - Adam Feit, OG News & Announcements. As a campus we are committed to fostering a diverse, inclusive, and respectful campus community, not only in vision but in practice. Division 3 Football Program , Member of the NEWMAC Conference. January 24, 2020. 2017 - Dominic Traversa, LB In fact, this year the Springfield College football team had the third-best rushing offense in all of college football among the 665 programs at the FBS, FCS, Division II, or III levels. 1991 - Fran Papasedero, DT 2017 - Christopher Hayden, OL The Pride also had the best fourth-down conversion in the country this year, owning a 70.6 conversion rate as it was successful on 24 of 34 attempts on the year thanks to an offensive line that was guided by D3football.com All-Region honoree Nick Bainter (East Bridgewater, Mass.). 1991- Fran Papasedero, DT 2013 - Mike MacDonald, OL 1979 - Jack Quinn, SS 1995 - Jason Cashton, QB 2004 - Andre Clayton III Northwest 2017 - Jordan Wilcox, FB (3rd) Indianapolis, Ind. 1988 - Andy Bellagamba, FB (1st); Jim Holland, C (1st); Rusty Miller, NG (1st); Greg Barnette, DL (2nd); Kyle Caffrey, LB (2nd); Rob Canonico, DL (2nd); Mike Fair, OG (2nd); Scott Fry, LB (2nd); Skip Hanson, SS (2nd); Tariff Waters, DB (2nd). 2000 - Matt Sallila, OL (2nd) 2009 - Josh Carter, QB 2010 - Scott Christy, LB ECAC DIVISION III NORTHEAST CHAMPIONSHIP-GAME MVP 2006 - Joe Harasymiak, CB(HM) Check out video highlights of the Springfield College football team's 17-14 win over Maritime in the 2018 New England Bowl, hosted on Stagg Field. Menu. 1989 - Greg Barnette, SS (1st); Scott Fry, LB (1st); John Marcotte, C (2nd). 1987 - Jerry Donegan, P (1st); Jim Holland, C (1st); Rusty Miller, NG (1st); Bill Pacitto, FB (1st). D3FOOTBALL.COM ALL-AMERICANS 2003 – Jesse Baker, LB (1st), Brian Dewey, OL (1st), Kevin Domurat, HB (2nd), Justin Fletcher, LB (1st), Tim Lutgens, FB (1st), Jason MacDonald, DL (1st), Ryan Santo, DB (2nd), Greg Switaj, PK (2nd), Ryan Sylvia, QB (1st), Chris Teel, DB (1st) Kean University Main Navigation Menu. Indianapolis, Ind. Additionally, Springfield has the best yards-per-completion average in Division III in 2019 with 23.80 yards.

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