Mass. College Football: Week 8 Honor Roll

Joe Clancy’s seven touchdowns against Saint Anselm helped Merrimack College earn an 81-35 victory! (Photo Credit: Matt Noonan for NoontimeSports.com)

By NoontimeSports.com 

The eighth week of the college football season concluded on Saturday. And before we move onto week nine, let’s unveil this week’s Noontime Sports Honor Roll.

Colton Chapple (Harvard): Despite sustaining his team’s first setback of the season against Princeton, the senior quarterback, who was mentioned in this week’s Ivy League Honor Roll, tossed five touchdowns and completed 31-of-45 passes for 448 yards.

Kyle Juszczyk (Harvard): Against the Tigers, the senior tight end led all receivers with 15 catches for 192 yards and three touchdowns. The three touchdowns were the most Juszczyk has recorded in a game this season.

Roman SanDoval (Holy Cross): The senior linebacker recorded nine tackles (eight solo), as well as one tackle for a loss, one breakup and one sack in the Crusaders 30-13 loss to Lafayette.

Joe Clancy (Merrimack College): The senior quarterback from Newburyport, Massachusetts broke the Northeast-10 Conference record for passing yards (553), which was a mark he set earlier this season. Clancy also matched a conference record with seven touchdown passes in his team’s 81-35 victory against Saint Anselm. He was also named this week’s NE-10 Offensive Player of the Week.

Markell Rice (American International College): Against Bentley University, the senior returned a kickoff 87 yards for a touchdown and totaled 103 yards in returns. On defense, he recorded two interceptions, three tackles and one pass breakup. Rice was named this week’s NE-10 Defensive/Special Teams Player of the Week.

Andrew Sklar (Bentley University): The senior defensive end established a new career-best with eight tackles and three tackles for a loss in the Falcons 27-23 loss to American International College. He also recorded a sack and a forced fumble, too.

Devon Barrett (Assumption College): The sophomore led the Hounds with nine tackles (four solo). One of his tackles was for a loss, and he also recovered a fumble in the end zone for his first career touchdown.

Isaiah Voegeli (Merrimack College): The senior wide receiver from Hyannis, Massachusetts finished Saturday’s contest against Saint Anselm with 10 catches for 269 yards and four touchdowns. The four touchdowns matched a school record, while his receiving yards broke his own NE-10 record.

Ryan Hunt (Stonehill College): Against No. 3 New Haven on CBS Sports Network, the senior linebacker tallied a career-high 10 tackles (seven solo) and one tackle for a loss of four yards.

Jake Laux (MIT): In his team’s most exciting victory of the season against Salve Regina, the junior linebacker, who was named this week’s New England Football Conference Defensive Player of the Week, led the Engineers with 12 tackles (six solo). He also recorded an interception with 30 seconds remaining, which secured the upset victory.

Myles Becker (Western New England College): Against Plymouth State on Saturday, the sophomore recorded a team-high 10 tackle in the Golden Bears fifth win of the season.

Gregg Jackson (Westfield State): Jackson led the Owls with a game-high 16 tackles (10 solo), an interception and blocked PAT.

Drew Frenette (Endicott College): The sophomore quarterback, who tossed four touchdowns against UMass Dartmouth, finished his team’s eighth contest with a school-record 450 yards passing. He completed 30-of-40 passes, too.

Brad Goldsberry (MIT): The sophomore running back recorded 141 all-purpose yards in his team’s dramatic win against Salve Regina. Prior to their go-ahead touchdown, Goldsberry set up the game-winning score with a 61-yard kickoff return in the fourth quarter.

AJ Scerra (Worcester State): The junior wide receiver from Marlboro, Massachusetts hauled in a school single-game record 17 receptions for 184 yards, one touchdown and one conversion.

Melikke Van Alstyne (Framingham State): The junior halfback sect a school-record with 294 yards rushing on 36 carries with one touchdown.

Michael Aldo (Amherst College): The NESCAC Defensive Co-Player of the Week finished his team’s fifth contest with eight tackles, one forced fumble and an interception. Aldo’s interception with five minutes remaining sealed the Lord Jeffs’ fourth win against Wesleyan.

Bobby Hemmann (Mount Ida College):  For the second time this season, the senior kicker from Newington, Connecticut helped his Mustangs earn a win in the closing seconds against Maritime (N.Y.) on Saturday with a 38-yard field goal, which clinched a 24-21 victory for Mount Ida. The Mustangs have won four of their last five contests, and remain perfect in the Eastern Collegiate Football Conference.

Shaine Grogan (WPI): Against Merchant Marine, the senior linebacker from Dalton, Massachusetts led the Engineers with 14 tackles (seven solo) and two tackles for a loss.

Mass. College Football: Weekly Honor Roll (Week 4)

Harvard’s Treavor Scales secured his team’s first conference victory on Saturday with four rushing touchdowns against Brown University! (Photo Credit: GoCrimson.com)

By NoontimeSports.com 

The fourth week of the college football season is officially in the books. So, that means its time for our annual Tuesday edition of the Noontime Sports Weekly Honor Roll, which we’ve provided below.

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Bryan Narcisse, Worcester State – The junior linebacker not only recorded seven tackles (five solo) against Westfield State last Saturday, but also two and a half sacks, too.

Shaine Grogan, WPI – Against RPI, the senior linebacker recorded a game-best 12 tackles, which included one for a loss.

Treavor Scales, Harvard – The Crimson senior tailback was a major factor against Brown University, as he recorded four touchdowns on the ground in Harvard’s first Ivy League contest of the season. Scales finished the game with 136 yards on 18 carries.

Michael Cox, Massachusetts – The Dorchester native rushed for 188 yards and two scores against Miami University, which wasn’t enough to help the Minutemen secure their first conference victory.

Roman SanDoval, Holy Cross – The senior linebacker concluded the contest with 14 total tackles, which included a sack and two tackles for a loss.

Logan Silver, Holy Cross – Excluding SanDoval, Silver also was a factor in his team’s 13-10 loss on Saturday against Dartmouth College. The sophomore free safety recorded two tackles, a sack, an interception and two pass breakups.

Kevin Anderson, Stonehill College – Against Assumption College, the Topsfield native and senior cornerback matched the program’s single-game record with three interceptions for the second time in his Skyhawk career. Anderson returned his third interception for a 98-yard touchdown and ended the contest with 168 all-purpose yards. He was also awarded this week’s Northeast-10 Conference Defensive Player of the Week.

Mike Stanton, Mass. Maritime – The Buccaneers air attack was clearly the reason Massachusetts Maritime was able to edge visiting Coast Guard, as the junior quarterback threw for a school-record 420 yards, along with three touchdowns in his team’s second win of the season. Stanton was named this week’s New England Football Conference Offensive Player of the Week.

Joune Fraser, UMass Dartmouth – The senior defensive back sealed the victory for the Corsairs in the third quarter of Saturday’s contest against Plymouth State when he scooped up a fumble and raced 88-yards to the end zone. Fraser finished the game with 11 tackles (eight solo) and was named this week’s New England Football Conference Defensive Player of the Week.

Joe Mallock, Williams College – The junior kicker/punter earned this week’s New England Small College Athletic Conference Special Teams Player of the Week for connecting on two field goals and going 5-for-5 on PAT attempts.

Joel Altavesta, Springfield College – The senior fullback rushed for 214 yards on 17 carries while scoring three touchdowns in his team’s 44-14 victory against Rochester.