College Sports Madness All-Ivy League Third Team at defensive back.
Did a little bit of everything defensively for Dartmouth, finishing the year tied for fourth on the team with 44 tackles ... only player on the team with at least one interception, sack, forced fumble and fumble recovery ... began the comeback against 22nd-ranked New Hampshire with his 42-yard interception return, setting up the first of two touchdowns in the fourth-quarter of the 22-21 win, the Big Green’s first over UNH in 40 years ... after missing the next two games with an injury, returned to the field at Yale with three tackles ... one of his seven stops against Towson came on 4th-and-1 for a one-yard loss, leading to a Dartmouth field goal, and his PBU ended another drive in the third quarter during the 20-17 triumph ... forced a punt at Columbia with his breakup of a third-down pass ... forced a pair of fumbles — one on a three-yard sack and the other after a long Brown run, which he recovered — in the final home game against the Bears ... took a career-high 10 Tigers to the turf in the season finale at Princeton, plus broke up a fourth-down pass to thwart a drive.
Played in all 10 games, collecting one tackle in seven of the contests, each of which came on kickoff coverage ... made two big plays during the season, the first coming at Central Connecticut State when he covered up a fumble by the Big Green punt returner ... Dartmouth scored a 44-yard touchdown on the very next play to take a 7-0 lead en route to a 34-7 victory ... recorded an interception late in the first half against Cornell, allowing the Green to march 72 yards for a touchdown with 19 seconds on the clock for a 14-3 lead en route to a 21-3 triumph.
Contributed to the 2-1 junior varsity record on defense ... had three tackles against Middlebury.
Safety who showed he can catch the ball with 32 receptions for 327 yards and three touchdowns as a high school senior ... helped Eastside to back-to-back state championship games with a 24-4 record over junior and senior seasons and a three-year mark of 37-5 ... a talented skier with five Junior Olympic appearances and a top-15 national ranking in his age group in slalom and super G ... National Honor Society ... qualified for state DECA competition.
Economics major modified with mathematics ... born in Connecticut on Oct. 5, 1995 ... son of Peter and Jenny has one brother and a pair of sisters, one of whom skied four years at Boston College ... father graduated from Vermont ... great-great grandfather was one of 16 members of Boston’s Oneida Football Club, which in 1862 became the first high school football team in America ... enjoys hunting, fishing and painting.
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