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Games of Nov. 9, 2019
QB Noah Dodd, Sr., Wartburg
Dodd led the Wartburg offense during the offensive shootout at Central, contributing 497 of the Knights' 594 yards of total offense, throwing for career-highs with 352 yards while tying a school record with five touchdown passes. He was 27-for-41 passing with no interceptions. He also recorded a team-high 145 rushing yards.
OL Rudy Pablo, Zach Hutchinson, Darrius Burton, Tyler Elmore, Brian Mapp, Morrisville State
Morrisville's line allowed for 498 yards total offense on the day, including providing the blocking needed to gain a season high 275 yards on the ground in Saturday's win vs. St. John Fisher. The Mustangs averaged 6.3 yards per carry, and 13.9 per pass completion in the dominating 49-13 win.
RB Terron Dixon, Fr., LaGrange
Dixon set school and USA South records for rushing yards in a game, finishing with 34 carries for 306 yards and two touchdowns in a 37-33 loss to Methodist. His number of carries and his 317 all-purpose yards set school records. Dixon had 166 yards rushing in first quarter and scored on touchdown runs of 80 and 55 yards.
RB Josh Parks, Sr., St. Thomas
Parks scored five touchdowns, one on a 52-yard run and another on a 44-yard reception, to reach 60 career touchdowns in a 57-36 win vs. Gustavus Adolphus. He also rushed for 184 yards on 26 carries, averaging 7.1 yards per carry, surpassing 4,000 career rushing yards.
WR Zac Tallent, So., Anderson
Tallent finished the game with 22 receptions, blasting the previous school record of 17. He also racked up 158 receiving yards and a 6-yard touchdown reception in a 76-46 loss to Mount St. Joseph.
WR Eric Knaack, Jr., Central
Knaack needed just nine catches to top the 200-yard mark for the second week in a row. He had scoring grabs of 60 and 31 yards during an 18-minute blitz in the first half in which Central took a 28-7 lead vs. Wartburg.
TE Evan Carnes, Sr., Guilford
Carnes set the school record for most catches in a game by a tight end with a game- and career-high 13 grabs in a 38-22 loss to Emory & Henry. He averaged 8.8 yards per catch and gained 115 yards, scoring on a 27-yard catch from Teddy Gassert.
DE Kyle Johnston, Sr., Mass. Maritime
Johnston racked up 10 solo tackles and assisted on another while also racking up three sacks and forcing a fumble in a 28-14 win over UMass-Dartmouth. He also had four and a half tackles for loss.
DT Cullen Carlin, Sr., Berry
Carlin led Berry to a 45-22 victory at Centre. He recorded five tackles, three sacks, along with a forced and recovered fumble. As a team, the Vikings earned eight sacks and 12 tackles for a loss, holding the Colonels to 27 yards rushing.
DE Liam Vincifora, Jr., Millsaps
Vincifora recorded his fourth multiple-sack game of the season in a 33-22 loss to Millsaps. He finished with four and a half tackles for loss and three sacks among his eight total tackles.
LB Tevin Jones, Jr., Mary Hardin-Baylor
Jones set a UMHB single-game record with 21 total tackles as the Cru held Texas Lutheran to 87 yards rushing and just three points. That included two tackles for loss.
LB Joshua Smith, Jr., Case Western Reserve
Smith notched a team-leading 13 tackles (10 solo), including three for a loss, and recorded an interception to lead the 20th-ranked Spartans to a 27-24 win at Waynesburg. The interception, his second of the year, came with 6:14 remaining in the third quarter, and ended a Waynesburg drive in Spartan territory.
LB Alex Berg, Sr., Concordia-Moorhead
Berg recorded 10 tackles in the first half and finished with a season-high 16 tackles, nine solo, in Concordia's 14-0 victory over St. Olaf on Saturday. The senior helped hold the Oles to 40 rushing yards in the game and registered 2.5 tackles for loss in the contest.
LB Gary Anish, Sr., North Park
Anish had a standout defensive performance in a 38-14 win over Elmhurst. He totaled two fumble recoveries, a forced fumble, an interception, one and a half tackles for a loss of four yards, and had half a sack.
LB Re'Shaun Myers, Sr., Bridgewater
Myers totaled 15 tackles, two tackles for loss, a forced fumble, a pass breakup and two quarterback hurries as Bridgewater clinched the ODAC title vs. Randolph-Macon. His pass breakup came on a fourth down stop after he had forced a fumble on the same series.
CB Dadrick Vickers, Fr., Bethany
Vickers registered three interceptions for 58 return yards in a 33-7 win against Thiel. He leads the Bison with six total interceptions as a freshman.
S Raeqwon Greer, Jr., Alfred
Greer patrolled the back end of the Alfred defense, tallying a career-high 15 tackles (12 solo), adding a sack in a 16-7 loss to Brockport.
CB Nathan Parkin, Sr., Chapman
Parkin continued his takeaway tear against the Claremont Colleges. After picking off Pomona-Pitzer three times last week, he picked off Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, making a highlight-worthy one-handed grab. Parkin also stripped and recorvered a fumble on CMS' second play from scrimmage to set the tone. He also had a pair of tackles.
K Brandon Nguyen, So., Carnegie Mellon
Nguyen totaled eight points in the Tartans' 20-14 win over Westminster (Pa.). He broke a 14-14 score with a 38-yard field midway through the third quarter. Nguyen then added a 41-yard field goal with 7:39 remaining in the game to extend the Tartans' lead to 20-14. He converted both of his extra point tries in the first quarter. He has now converted nine of 10 field goals this season.
P Johnny Davidson, Sr., Washington U.
Davidson punted eight times for a season-best 45.4 average in WashU's 35-28 overtime loss to Millikin. Davidson and the WashU punt team had a 42.4 net punt for the day. He had a 58-yard punt in the third quarter.
RET Trey Dixon, Jr., Ohio Wesleyan
Dixon opened the second half by returning a kickoff 90 yards for a touchdown to wipe out 10-7 halftime deficit and put Ohio Wesleyan ahead to stay. The win over Denison was Ohio Wesleyan's first since 2012, and it eliminated Denison from contention for the automatic bid from the NCAC.
ST Dylan Dubuque, Jr., Cortland
Dubuque blocked a 21-yard field goal with 5:45 remaining and Cortland clinging to a 22-21 lead in the Red Dragons' 32-21 win at Hartwick. The blocked kick was Cortland's second of the game and team school-record 10th of the season.