The Early Preseason Outlook: Anna Maria College

ANNA MARIA OUTLOOK 2019

By Matt Noonan | @MattyNoonz11

Anna Maria College is the first team we will highlight in a brand new summer series called the ‘Early Preseason Outlook.’

The ‘Early Preseason Outlook’ will highlight a New England Division III football team’s past season, as well as look ahead to this season with a quick synopsis on their schedule and players to watch.

The AMCATs 2018 Season: Coach Dan Mulrooney‘s unit finished 1-9 last fall – their lone win came against Castleton University on the first Saturday in October. The AMCATs certainly improved following their win over the Spartans – they were rather competitive in setbacks to Maritime (N.Y.) and Dean College.

The 2019 Season Outlook: The AMCATs offseason has been highlighted through their social media accounts – I am a HUGE fan of what the program is doing to promote their hard work, both on and off the field. The team certainly hopes their offseason momentum will translate into a successful training camp next month, as well as a few more wins this season. Don’t be surprised if the AMCATs finish in the middle of the Eastern Collegiate Football Conference (ECFC).

Anna Maria’s Schedule: The AMCATs will face some challenges from the get-go when they face a pair of Liberty League (LL) foes in September, including RPI, which advanced to last season’s NCAA quarterfinals. Additionally, they face two Worcester teams – Becker College and Nichols College – before entertaining The Apprentice School in October before diving into conference play. Anna Maria will host three conference games, including two important October match-ups against Dean (10/19) and Maritime (N.Y.) (10/26).

Players to Watch in 2019: Alex Cohen (Quarterback/Plymouth, Mass.), Tyshawn Anderson (Defensive Back/Lynn, Mass.), Marcelino Da Veiga (Wide Receiver/Central Fall, R.I.), Peter Beuttel (Kicker/Plymouth, Mass.) Aiden Folster (Defensive Back/Wappingers Falls, N.Y.) and Carl St. Paul (Defensive Back/Brooklyn, N.Y.).


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