Games of Sept. 30-Oct. 1, 2006
QB Danny Jones, Jr., Cal Lutheran
Jones led the Kingsmen to a 55-12 victory as he threw for a career-high five touchdowns, while he rushed for two more. Passing he was 17-for-24 for 295 yards with no interceptions. He connected with four different receivers, each picking up at least one touchdown.
OL Brian Freemman, Kurtis Meyer, Anthony Ciotti, Jamson O'Donnell, Andrew Althouse, Carnegie Mellon
Carnegie Mellon had running backs rush for 184 and 119 yards, and totaled 383 yards on the ground in a 50-26 win against Colorado College.
RB Kevin Williamson, Sr., Concordia-Moorhead
Williamson ran for five touchdowns, including the game-winner in overtime, in the Cobbers' 34-28 victory over Augsburg. The five scores were the only touchdowns in the game for Concordia as they won for the first time this season. Williamson finished the game with 178 rushing yards on 31 carries.
RB Alby Coombs, Sr., Kenyon
Coombs tied a Kenyon single-game record with four rushing touchdowns in a 44-42 win over Ohio Wesleyan. He finished with 207 rushing yards on 34 carries.
WR Derrick Alexander, Jr., Capital
Alexander had a career-high 178 yards receiving and touchdown catches of 55, 45 and 19 yards in Capital's 52-10 win over Marietta.
WR Greg Meyer, So., Buffalo State
Meyer caught 10 passes for 252 yards and three touchdowns against Kean. He had scoring receptions of 5, 73 and 15 yards.
WR Chris Barnette, Guilford
Barnette was named the ODAC's Offensive Player of the Week and Guilford 's Gate City Soup Bowl MVP after his 12-catch, 116-yard performance. He caught a third-quarter TD pass from Josh Vogelbach from 5 yards out and hauled in the game-winning score from 25 yards out in the second overtime period in Guilford 's 36-30 Homecoming win.
DL Phil Byers, Jr., Ithaca
Had eight tackles (three solo), five tackles for a loss, one sack and one pass breakup in a 26-7 win over Brockport State. He helped hold the Brockport offense to 23 rushing yards on the day after the Golden Eagles ran for 346 the previous week.
DL Justin Sparrgrove, Jr., Loras
Sparrgrove anchored a Loras defense that held the second best rushing team in the Iowa Conference to just 65 yards on the ground. He recorded his first career interception which set up a third quarter touchdown and tallied eight tackles (two solo) and 2.5 sacks as Loras upset 14th-ranked Coe 32-30 on the road.
DL Ryan Aruck, So., Hobart
Aruck recorded a team-high nine tackles (four solo) as the Hobart defense stopped two WPI trips inside the red zone. On those scoreless trips in the red zone, he had solo tackles on both fourth down plays in the 19-14 win.
DL Darryl Sledge, Sr., Hamline
Sledge was one of two Hamline defensive linemen with 2.5 sacks on the day in their 35-7 win over Macalester. He finished with six tackles (four solo) and 3.5 tackles for a loss as the Hamline defense held Macalester to 52 rushing yards on 45 attempts.
LB Shawn Gillenwater, Jr., Millsaps
Gillenwater led a defense that held Lincoln (Mo.) to 22 rushing yards. He had eight tackles (six solo), four tackles for a loss (minus-42 yards), two sacks, a forced fumble and fumble recovery.
LB Michael Hatcher, Sr., Salisbury
Hatcher intercepted an Apprentice School pass and returned it 30 yards for the second Salisbury touchdown of the day as the Sea Gulls routed the Shipbuilders 25-0. Hatcher was tied for the team lead in total tackles with six.
LB Vito Pellerito, Jr., Union
Pellerito had 14 tackles (10 solo), three tackles for a loss and one sack in Union's 28-20 win over Merchant Marine. He helped the Dutchmen defense hold the Mariners to 63 yards rushing.
DB Charlie Stephens, Sr., Ithaca
Stephens tallied three interceptions; one in the end zone, one at the Ithaca 11 and one at the Ithaca 37. He also forced and recovered a fumble on a Golden Eagle punt return to set up a two-play Bomber touchdown drive. Stephens finished the day with six tackles (one solo).
DB Derrick Williams, So., Mary Hardin-Baylor
Derrick earned ASC Defensive Player of the Week honors after posting six tackles, two tackles for loss and sack. His interception set up UMHB's first touchdown and helped get the Crusaders back in the game. He also broke up another pass. The Cru held McMurry to minus-34 yards rushing and 197 yards of total offense.
DB Brandon Standley, So., Rockford
Standley recorded two interceptions for 42 yards and returned a blocked punt 35 yards for a touchdown in Rockford's 35-20 win over Westminster (Mo.). He also had five tackles (four solo).
DB Steve Arguelles, Fr., Coast Guard
Arguelles had a career-high three interceptions with 69 return yards including a 37-yard return for a touchdown as the Bears shut out Mass. Maritime 41-0. He finished with 12 solo tackles.
RET Walner Belleus, Sr., Dubuque
Belleus returned a kickoff and a punt for a touchdown, had 123 receiving yards and another score, and threw in an interception for good measure. He had forced a fumble and had nine total tackles, three solo. Dubuque beat Luther 51-34. He finished with 331 yards.
K Chris Kemmerer , Sr., Buena Vista
Kemmerer made field goals from 32, 46 and 46 in the Beavers 16-0 win over Cornell. He also averaged 44 yards on six punts, putting three inside the 20.
P Tyler Bruening, Jr., Loras
Bruening averaged 47.8 yards per punt on four attempts in Loras' 32-30 win over 14th ranked Coe, pinning one punt inside the 20 and booting a long 64 yards.
ST Mike Ajadi, Jr., Montclair State
Ajadi blocked a pair of punts that led to 10 Montclair State points in a 27-7 victory over The College of New Jersey. His first blocked punt came in the second quarter that led to MSU's 27-yard field goal and a 10-7 halftime lead. He would add a second blocked punt in the third quarter that turned into a 24-yard touchdown by the Red Hawks to cap the scoring in the game.