Perennial candidate for All-Ivy honors at tight end ... excels at both responsibilities of the position — great hands and a terrific blocker.
Second-team All-Ivy at tight end ... tied for the team lead with three touchdown catches ... fifth on the squad in receptions and receiving yards ... first haul of the season was a nine-yard touchdown in the season opener at Bucknell for the first Big Green points of the fall ... caught two other passes that day as well, but a 32-yard reception was called back due to holding ... as against the Bison, snared three passes for 24 yards at Penn, but two came in the end zone ... the first tied the game at 14, the second started the 14-point fourth-quarter comeback from four yards out ... posted season highs in receptions (5) and yardage (46) in the 24-21 win at Columbia ... final two catches of the year both went for first downs at Princeton for a total of 22 yards.
Honorable mention All-Ivy at tight end ... ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District I first-team selection ... given the team’s Doten Award as the sophomore who made a significant contribution to the team’s success ...started each of the 10 contests as the tight end ... third on the team in receptions and receiving yards ... snared at least three passes in seven of the 10 games ... recorded first career touchdown at Yale from 17 yards out ... had a career-best seven catches at Holy Cross the next week ... corralled four passes for 41 yards in the double-overtime win over Cornell ... ended the season with six catches for a career-best 92 yards versus Princeton ... all six grabs went for first downs, including a career-long 26 yard reception.
Another rookie who earned a starting spot out of preseason camp ... started the first seven games before missing the eighth with an injury ... fifth on the team in receptions and first among tight ends ... snared four passes, including a season-long 20-yarder, in first collegiate game at Colgate ... equaled his season high with four catches against Yale, two of which came during the touchdown drive.
Chosen to play in Oregon’s Les Schwab Bowl ... three letters in football, captaining team his final two seasons ... all-conference unanimous selection at tight end and linebacker as a senior ... second team all-state tight end and linebacker in largest class.
Majoring in economics ... son of Pat Gallagher and Pam Sparks ... born on May 30, 1990 ... hosted on visit by another tight end named Gallagher — senior Kevin (no relation) ... enjoys hiking and camping.
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