Games of Nov. 1-2, 2002
QB Nick Ohman, So., UW-Stout
Ohman accounted for 345 total yards of offense, running for two TDs, passing for two, and throwing for a two-point conversion. On one play, beat the rush, rolled to his right, lost a shoe, and pitched to tailback Ryan Englebert who raced 48 yds for a TD. Ohman's 125 rushing yards was a game high (on 11 attempts) and he was 21-for-31 for 220 yards passing. Ohman injured his knee Oct. 5, had surgery Oct. 11, returned to the playing field Oct. 26.
OL Tim Letcher, Mike Liberski, Tom Wighard, Matt Begansky, Jason Holloway, Wilkes
The Wilkes offensive line paved the way to a 23-14 win at Lycoming. The Colonels, who went into the game minus the services of leading rusher Brett Trichilo, registered 265 rushing yards against the Warriors, who came into the game allowing only 62 rushing yards per game. The Colonels had six players carry the ball during the game. The offensive line did not allow a sack.
RB Sean Atkins, Sr., Bates
Atkins set school records in yards rushing and rushing touchdowns, as he carried 38 times for 298 yards and seven touchdowns in a 48-28 win against rival Bowdoin. It was the second-most rushing yards in a Division III game this year.
RB Kent Crowley, Sr., St. John's
Crowley rushed for 153 yards and two touchdowns, as well as catching nine passes for 112 yards in a 48-28 win against St. Thomas. Crowley scored on touchdown runs of 2 and 10 yards as SJU collected 709 yards total offense.
WR Mark Boehms, Sr., Alma
Boehms set a single-game school record with his 16 receptions. His 195 receiving yards is the third highest in school history. He has also set the single season records for receptions and yardage as well as the career records for receptions, yardage and touchdown receptions.
WR Evan Cochran, Sr., RPI
In a 31-25 win against St. John Fisher, Cochran caught a game-high 12 passes for a game-high 155 yards and one touchdown. His TD, which extends his school-record for touchdown receptions in a career to 23, came from 36 yards.
TE Cody Lamens, Jr., Whitworth
Normally a blocking tight end, Lamens caught the first three touchdowns of his career (and his first four passes of the season, for 44 yards) to help lead Whitworth over visiting Eastern Oregon 28-3.
DL Dan Puckhaber, Sr., Ithaca
Puckhaber posted a career-high nine tackles, including four solo hits and three sacks. Ithaca limited undefeated Hobart to 17 points, half its average.
DL Charles Stanback, Sr., DePauw
Stanback had eight total tackles (six solo) and three of the Tigers' nine sacks in a 38-17 win against Centre.
DL Mike Koth, Sr., Muhlenberg
Koth made six total tackles, three and a half for loss and one and a half sacks as Muhlenberg posted its second consecutive shutout, 43-0 at Ursinus. He also forced a fumble, recovered another fumble and blocked a field goal attempt. The Mule defensive line held the Bears to 3 yards rushing.
LB Chris Horsey, So., Wesley
Horsey had 16 tackles (six solo), helping the Wolverines hold a Salisbury offense ranked No. 1 in the country in rushing with 388 yards per game to only 158 yards rushing and 224 total. He made three tackles for loss and had one sack.
LB Ray Meyer, Jr., Montclair State
Meyer paced the MSU defense in a 40-7 win against New Jersey. He recorded a career-high three sacks and had eight tackles (seven solo) and a pass broken up. Meyer led a Red Hawk defense that limited TCNJ to 168 total yards.
LB Patrick Hosey, Howard Payne
Hosey compiled seven tackles, five solo, and snagged an interception to lead the Yellow Jackets in a 20-0 road shutout of Austin. Hosey also made a key open field tackle on fourth down inside the Yellow Jacket 15-yard line to halt an AC drive.
LB Jon Foss, Sr., Bethel
Foss led Bethel's defense in the Royals come-from-behind 29-22 win against Augsburg. Foss finished with 22 total tackles (seven solo), including three tackles for loss (7 yards) and 1½ sacks (4 yards).
DB Steward White, Jr. Bridgewater
White forced a fumble and had two interceptions in a 44-14 win against Washington & Lee. He finished with four tackles, three solo, and also had a pass broken up.
DB Nate Pogue, Jr., Moravian
Pogue scored a touchdown on a 30-yard interception return, his sixth interception of the season. He also broke up a pass and finished with five tackles, four solo.
DB Lamar Askew, Sr., William Paterson
Askew had 20 tackles (13) solo, setting what is believed to be a school record in a 34-0 loss to McDaniel.
DB Rich Sullivan, So., Coast Guard
Sullivan had a career-high two interceptions to go with five tackles (four solo) and two pass breakups. He intercepted Matt Simpson at the Coast Guard 40-yard line with 25 seconds left in the game as the Panthers were driving to win the game, helping the Bears hold on for a 34-33 victory.
K Pat Dunne, Sr., Lake Forest
Dunne kicked a school-record 50-yard field goal as well as a 26-yarder in a 27-6 win against Lawrence.
P Jesse Harmon, Jr., Chapman
Harmon averaged 38.7 yards on six punts, including a punt from the 31-yard line that was downed at the 7. It was one of three punts landed on the 15 or inside it. His long was 47.
RET Jason Hunt, Sr., Trinity (Texas)
Hunt returned two punts for touchdowns, a 66-yarder and a 90-yarder, in a 59-14 win against Rhodes. He also had five catches for 89 yards.