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The 2021 All-Noontime D3 New England Football Team

Bobby Maimaron led the Williams College football team to a 9-0 record this fall in the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC). (PHOTO COURTESY: Kris Dufour/ Williams College Athletics)

By NoontimeSports.com

With the 2021 NCAA New England Division III season slowly winding down, it is time to unveil our end-of-season team that features a slew of student-athletes from all five conferences. Some of these student-athletes appeared on our preseason team — in case you missed it, feel free to jump back in time to see who made our D3 preseason squad! — but in the meantime, congratulations to everyone on another exciting season, and best of luck to the seniors and graduate students that competed for the final time this fall!

Offense

  • QB: Dante Aviles-Santos (UMass Dartmouth)
  • QB: Bobby Maimaron (Williams College)
  • HB/FB: Adam Couch (Bridgewater State)
  • HB/FB: Devaun Ford (Framingham State)
  • HB/FB: Joey Mauriello (Salve Regina University)
  • HB/FB: Tim Callahan (Springfield College)
  • WR/TE: Errol Breaux (Dean College)
  • WR/TE: Aidan Hogan (Husson University)
  • WR/TE: Philip Lutz (Tufts University)
  • WR/TE: DeVante Reid (Trinity College)
  • WR/TE: Steven Fedorchak (Western New England)
  • WR/TE: Ke’Vaughn Davis (Worcester State)
  • OL: Tucker Gaudette (Castleton University)
  • OL: Bryan Lawton (Framingham State)
  • OL: Pete Noonan (Salve Regina University)
  • OL: Lou Cocozza (Springfield College)
  • OL: Cade Watkins (Western New England) 
  • OL: John Freeman (Williams College)

Defense

  • DL: Chris Rice (Castleton University)
  • DL: Sam Opont (Endicott College)
  • DL: Joshua Onujiogu (Framingham State)
  • DL: Frank Curran (Husson University)
  • DL: Marcus Elysee (UMass Dartmouth)
  • DL: Nick Helbig (Wesleyan University)
  • LB: Tony Hooks (Bates College)
  • LB: Brendan Albert (Bridgewater State)
  • LB: Steven Silvia (Bridgewater State)
  • LB: Tim Russell (Endicott College)
  • LB: Paul Calvetti (MIT)
  • LB: Joshua Salem (Western New England)
  • DB: Armstrong Antoine (Anna Maria College)
  • DB: Dre Kidd (Dean College)
  • DB: Cully Curran (Framingham State)
  • DB: Quinn Girard (Plymouth State)
  • DB: Kyle Niehr (Springfield College)
  • DB: Danny Banks (Wesleyan University)   

Special Teams

  • P: George Lampros (Mass. Maritime Academy)  
  • P: Zac Christian (Western New England)
  • K: Ryan Smith (Endicott College)
  • K: Christian Hutra (Springfield College)
  • KR: Ryan Milliken (Plymouth State)
  • KR: Adam Razza (Western New England)

Inside The Matchup: Anna Maria @ Delaware Valley

Donte Simmons and the Delaware Valley football team head into the national postseason riding a 10-game winning streak. (PHOTO COURTESY: Chuck Greco)

By NoontimeSports.com

The 2021 NCAA Division III postseason begins Saturday, November 20, 2021, with 32 teams competing in 16 first-round matchups.

This week, Noontime Sports is highlighting four matchups that feature squads from New England, including Anna Maria College visiting Delaware Valley University.

Let’s learn more about this particular matchup that features a pair of teams that captured their respective conference crown this fall.


Game Time & Location: Delaware Valley will be the home team on Saturday — the game will take place in Doylestown, Pennsylvania with kickoff scheduled for 12 p.m. (LIVE STATS | VIDEO)

Team Schedules: Anna Maria | Delaware Valley

Team Statistics: Anna Maria | Delaware Valley


Anna Maria’s journey to the postseason: The AMCATs secured their first-ever trip to the national postseason last weekend by defeating SUNY-Maritime by a score of 31-7. With the win, Anna Maria captured its first-ever Eastern Collegiate Football Conference (ECFC) title and concluded the regular season with a program best seven wins in a single-season.  

Delaware Valley’s journey to the postseason: The Aggies head into the postseason riding a 10-game winning streak, which includes eight conference wins. They captured the Middle Atlantic Conference (MAC) crown this past weekend with a 27-0 victory over Widener University.

Anna Maria’s last trip to the NCAA Tournament: Saturday’s contest against the Aggies will mark the first time the AMCATs compete in the national postseason.

Delaware Valley’s last trip to the NCAA Tournament: After capturing its third-straight conference crown on November 16, 2019, with a 28-21 victory over Widener in the Keystone Cup, the Aggies secured the league’s automatic berth to the postseason where they would win back-to-back matchups against Bridgewater College (30-22) and Wesley College (45-10). Their quest for a national title concluded in the quarterfinals with a 31-14 setback to North Central College, which went onto beat Wisconsin-Whitewater in the national championship.  

Anna Maria’s NCAA Tournament history: The 2021 AMCATs are the first team in program history to compete in the national postseason. Anna Maria has been playing football since 2009.

Delaware Valley’s NCAA Tournament history: The Aggies will be making their 10th trip in program history to the postseason with their initial appearance coming in 2004. Delaware Valley last entered the national tournament undefeated in 2017.

Players to Watch on Anna Maria: Alex Cohen(QB), Kristian Sapp (RB), Justin McMillian (WR), Deandre Wallace (WR), Ryan Kent (K), Hayden Braga (P), Armstrong Antoine (DB), Jude Sampson (DL), and Sam Jakana (LB).

Players to Watch on Delaware Valley: DaQuan Bohannan (QB) | Donte Simmons (HB | MAC Offensive Player of the Year), Tahmir Barksdale (WR), Yusuf Aladinov (DL), Anthony Nobile (DL), Anthony Tedesco (LB | Defensive Player of the Year), and Blaine Netterman (DB)