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Harvard’s Shelton-Mosley Signs With The Kansas City Chiefs

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Justice Shelton-Mosley, who competed for Harvard University from 2015-2018, signed an undrafted free agent contract with the Kansas City Chiefs. (PHOTO COURTESY: Gil Talbot/Harvard University Athletics)

By Matt Noonan 

Former Harvard University wide receiver and special teamer Justice Shelton-Mosley, who competed for Vanderbilt University this past fall, has signed an undrafted free agent contract with the Kansas City Chiefs.

The Sacramento, California native competed in 32 games for the Crimson, catching 148 passes for 1,921 yards and seven touchdowns. Additionally, he returned kickoffs and punts in all four seasons – he returned a season-high two punt returns for touchdowns during the team’s 2017 campaign.

Shelton-Mosley is currently third in program history in career receptions (148) and fifth in career receiving yards and was a two-time STATS FCS All-American.

At Vanderbilt, Shelton-Mosley caught 14 passes for 97 yards while returning 17 kickoffs and 16 punt returns. He averaged 18.1 yards on kickoffs and 9.1 yards on punts.

New England Football: Undrafted Free Agent Signings

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A slew of New England college football players signed unrestricted free agent contracts with various NFL teams. (PHOTO COURTESY: Visualunt.com)

By NoontimeSports.com 

With the 2020 NFL Draft in the rearview mirror, it is time to turn our attention to the various New England college football players that have recently signed with teams as undrafted free agents.

Here is a current list of student-athletes that will be competing for roster spots with various teams for the upcoming season. We will be updating this list as more signings are announced.

Boston College

  • Jake Burt (TE): The Lynnfield, Massachusetts native, who was named to the John Mackey Award Watch List as a graduate student with the Eagles this past fall, signed with the New England Patriots on Sunday, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Brown University

Dartmouth College

Harvard University

Holy Cross 

  • Jackson Dennis (OL): The Odessa, Florida native signed a free-agent contract with the Arizona Cardinals following the conclusion of the NFL Draft. Dennis started 12 games last fall for the Crusaders, who advanced to the NCAA FCS playoffs for the first time since 2009.

University of Maine

University of New Hampshire

  • Prince Smith Jr. (CB): The Pennsylvania native is headed back home to compete for a spot with the Philadelphia Eagles. The Eagles announced Smith Jr. was one of 12 players that signed unrestricted free agent contracts last night after the NFL Draft concluded.

University of Rhode Island 

  • Kyle Murphy (OL): The Attleboro, Massachusetts native announced on Twitter that he is “officially a (New York) Giant.”
  • Aaron Parker (WR): Parker inked his name on a contract with the Dallas Cowboys after his cousin, Isaiah Coulter, was selected yesterday by the Houston Texans with the 171st pick.

Yale University

  • Dieter Eiselen (OL): The Choate Rosemary Hall (Conn.) alum, who is from Stellenbosch, South Africa, signed with the Chicago Bears shortly after the conclusion of the 2020 NFL Draft.

Mass. College Football: Vandy Defeats UMass, 49-7 (Summary)

By NoontimeSports.com 

The Commodores earned a 21-0 lead at the break and never looked back, as Vanderbilt defeated UMass, 49-7.

UMass’ only touchdown came during the final minutes of the fourth quarter when A.J. Doyle connected with Deion Walker for a 10-yard score.

Vanderbilt finished the game with 443 total yards (217 passing, 226 rushing) and 22 first downs. Both teams were flagged 11 times, as well as combined for five turnovers.

The Commodores improve to 4-4 on the season, while the Minutemen fall to 0-8. UMass will continue its current road trip next Saturday when they travel to Northern Illinois for a 3:30PM kickoff.

Mass. College Football: Week 9 Schedule

By NoontimeSports.com 

It’s hard to believe, but we’ve officially reached the ninth week of the college football season. This particular weekend is critical for a few teams, especially if they’d like to make their conference’s championship bout.

As usual, here is this weekend’s slate and remember to report scores via email (NoontimeSports@gmail.com) or Twitter (@NoontimeSports or @NoonSportsBlog).

Friday, October 26:

* American International College at Saint Anselm, 7PM

Saturday, October 27: 

* St. Lawrence at WPI, 12PM

* Curry College at UMass Dartmouth, 12PM

* Maine Maritime at Bridgewater State, 12PM

* Westfield State at Mass. Maritime, 12PM

* Fordham at Holy Cross, 12:30PM

* Maryland at Boston College, 1PM

* Becker College at Mount Ida College, 1PM

* Norwich at Anna Maria College, 1PM

* Tufts University at Amherst College, 1PM

* Williams College at Hamilton College, 1PM

* Framingham State at Coast Guard, 1:30PM

* Fitchburg State at Worcester State, 1:30PM

* Merrimack College at Bentley, 2PM

* MIT at Nichols College, 2:30PM

* Harvard at Dartmouth, 5PM

* Western New England College at Endicott College, 5PM

* UMass at Vanderbilt, 7PM

March Madness Rapid Reaction: Vanderbilt 79, Harvard 70

The 2011-12 Harvard University basketball season came to an end on Thursday, as the Crimson lost their opening-round matchup against Vanderbilt University, 79-70. (Photo Credit: WBUR.org)

By Matt Noonan 

Harvard University’s men’s basketball team will have to wait another year to attain NCAA glory, as Vanderbilt University defeated the Crimson on Thursday in the first-round of the 2012 March Madness tournament, 79-70.

The Commodores earned a 33-22 advantage at the break, and then netted an additional 46 points in the second frame to secure the win, as well as a second round matchup against Wisconsin.

The Crimson kept things close following the opening tap, but senior Jeffery Taylor‘s layup at 4:06 in the first half provided the necessary spark for the Commodores to finish the opening session on an 11-3 run. Vanderbilt then extended its lead to 15 midway through the second frame, which provided them a lead they never relinquished for the remainder of the game.

Harvard was led by sophomore Laurent Rivard, who registered 20 points, while junior John Jenkins paced Vanderbilt with a game-high 27 points.