Mass. College Football: Week Six Honor Roll
With the sixth week of the college football season in the books, it’s time to unveil this week’s Noontime Sports Honor Roll.
Paul Stanton Jr. (Harvard) – The sophomore halfback rushed for 103 yards on 21 carries for two touchdowns and led the receiving core with five catches for 55 yards. His second touchdown was the difference in a wild triple-overtime contest against Holy Cross.
Zach Hodges (Harvard) – The junior defensive end turned in a monster performance against the Crusaders as he recorded five total tackles (four solo), one sack, two tackles for a loss, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery and one pass break-up.
Andre Williams (Boston College) – The senior running back tied the school record with five rushing touchdowns and came within one yard of the single-game mark against Army on Saturday. His 263 yards on the ground were a career-best.
Peter Pujals (Holy Cross) – The first-year gunslinger tossed four touchdowns in his team’s setback to Harvard.
Nick McCarthy (Bentley) – The junior defensive back had a career-best 10 tackles, which included one for a loss, as well as an interception and two pass break-ups in his team’s win against St. A’s. His interception came with 1:26 remaining, which sealed the win.
Michael Baron (Bentley) – The first-year kicker tied a Bentley and Northeast-10 Conference record by kicking four field goals, in five attempts. He also made a pair of extra points for a total of 14 points.
Danny Guadagnoli (Bentley) – The senior quarterback accounted for 309 yards of total offense, which included his game-winning 13-yard run for a touchdown to lift the Falcons past St. A’s. He completed 24-of-40 passes for 229 yards and one touchdown, as well as rushed for a career-best 80 yards on 13 carries. His 24 completions matched his career-high and he surpassed 4,000 yards in total offense.
Jimmy Holland (Merrimack) – The senior linebacker recorded a team-best 14 stops and recovered a fumble in Merrimack’s win against LIU Post.
Matt Heriveaux (Assumption) – In his first start, the junior tailback rushed for a career-high 125 yards and one score. He also hauled in seven catches for 62 yards in the Hounds’ 21-18 loss to New Haven.
Mike Bates (Assumption) – The senior linebacker recorded 12 total tackles (eight solo), along with two sacks and a forced fumble.
Anthony Masucci (Stonehill) – The sophomore defensive back recorded a game-high matching 10 total tackles (three solo) and a forced fumble against American International.
Nate Robitaille (Stonehill) – The junior wide receiver posted his fourth straight 100-yard game with seven receptions. He concluded his team’s contest against American International with a game-high 110 yards.
DeAndre Lawrence (Mount Ida) – The sophomore linebacker recorded 13 total tackles (eight solo), one tackle for a loss, one pass break-up and two fumble recoveries in the Mustangs’ 7-6 setback to Gallaudet.
Robert Small (Anna Maria) – The senior halfback recorded 173 yards on 21 carries and rushed for two scores, as well as caught seven catches for 52 yards against Maritime (N.Y.).
Chevere Archer (Framingham State) – The senior defensive end recorded 10 solo tackles, including five tackles for a loss, and one sack with a fumble recovery in the Rams’ 21-14 win against UMass Dartmouth.
Melikke Van Alstyne (Framingham State) – The senior halfback rushed for 174 yards on 28 carries and three scores. He also caught one pass for 13 yards.
Tim Rich (Westfield State) – The senior quarterback completed 11-of-13 passes for 245 yards and tossed one touchdown. He also rushed for 11 yards on five carries.
Kevin Cook (Western New England) – The junior halfback rushed for 153 yards on 35 carries and a school record-tying four touchdowns against Coast Guard.
Drew Frenette (Endicott) – The junior quarterback tossed five touchdowns and recorded 324 passing yards in his team’s win against Maine Maritime.
Marcell Cooper (Endicott) – The senior defensive lineman recorded 13 stops (seven solo), as well as forced two fumbles. He recorded one tackle for a loss and one pass break-up.
Jake Laux (MIT) – The senior linebacker became MIT’s all-time tackle leader with 335 after posting 11 total tackles (six solo) against Curry College.
Landrus Lewis (Amherst) – The senior defensive back concluded his team’s third contest with two interceptions and a fumble recovery, which led to 20 of the 37 points scored by the Lord Jeffs against Middlebury.