- 2016-2017 Class of 1950 Award Winner (Extraordinary Commitment to Community Service)
One of the tri-captains for the 2017 season after being granted a fifth year for a medical hardship.
Played in all 10 games as a reserve on the defensive line ... recipient of the team’s Lester R. Godwin Award as the senior player who, through extraordinary perseverance, has risen above personal disadvantage to contribute measurably to the team. ... had a tackle for no gain and batted down a pass at the line of scrimmage during the 35-10 victory at Holy Cross ... helped out on three tackles versus Penn, including one for a loss and two on third down short of the marker ... secured the 201-7 triumph over Towson by blocking a 51-yard field goal attempt as time expired ... matched season high with three stops at Columbia, one of which forced a punt on a 3rd-and-2 play ... blocked a PAT and a 38-yard field goal attempt, plus contributed three more tackles with one going for a loss against Harvard.
Finally made his collegiate debut on the gridiron in 31-10, season-opening win at Georgetown ... saw action in six contests, recording first career tackle in the 41-20 victory at Penn.
Injuries once again derailed his season.
Sat out the season due to injury.
Twice selected to the All-Catholic League First Team ... academic all-state ... football and track captain who also played two years on the hardwood ... only took up the game in eighth grade ... helped team to first winning season since 1995 ... chose Dartmouth over offers from Western Michigan, Western Illinois and Southern among others.
Majoring in African-American studies with sights set on pre-med as well ... full name is Jeremiah Elijah Vanterryl Douchee ... born on Jan. 25, 1995 ... son of Deatra and the late Calvin Douchee has two brothers and two sisters ... mother is a Chicago police officer ... enjoys fishing and is interested in photography ... plans to go to medical school and become a pediatrician in low-income, urban areas.
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