Fifth-year player was selected to the Preseason All-Ivy Second Team at linebacker by Phil Steele’s College Football publication ... slated to start at the SAM (strong-side) linebacking position.
Honorable mention All-Ivy selection ... chosen as the team’s Lester R. Godwin Award winner, which is given to the senior player who through extraordinary perseverance has risen above personal disadvantage to contribute measurably to the team ... started each of the first eight contests before being sidelined by an injury ... returned to the field for the final game of the season and made his presence felt by tying for team-high honors with 10 tackles in the 31-0 blanking of Princeton ... recorded a career-high 12 tackles, with one going for a loss, in the two-point victory over Sacred Heart ... also broke up a pass attempt on the game’s first play from scrimmage ... proceeded to make stops on the next four plays as well ... also scooped up a blocked PAT attempt and nearly returned it for a defensive extra point ... first career interception preserved a 28-28 tie at Penn in the fourth quarter with the Quakers in Big Green territory ... one of his seven stops against Holy Cross came during a big goal-line stand just before the end of the half ... pounced on a Crusader fumble in the fourth quarter near midfield with Dartmouth clinging to a one-point lead ... first career sack was one of a school-record 10 for the Green at Cornell.
Returned from double-hip surgery to play in every game at outside linebacker and special teams ... registered at least one tackle in seven of the 10 contests ... recorded a season-high three tackles at Harvard, then again against Princeton ... each of the stops against the Tigers were solo ... partially blocked a punt in the first quarter against Columbia, giving the Green possession in enemy territory and setting up the second Dartmouth touchdown in the 28-6 victory ... his third-down stop in the fourth quarter against Princeton forced the Tigers to punt, keeping the Big Green hopes alive for pulling off a late comeback.
Played against New Hampshire and recorded an assisted tackle ... season came to an abrupt halt due to surgery.
Had a big year with the junior varsity even with his hand in a cast for much of the year ... posted 11 tackles against Bridgton, six against Harvard and five against Middlebury.
Chosen All-Metro Mountain Division first team on defense after making 82 tackles, picking off three passes and recovering three fumbles for a small school that plays up a division ... Metro Mountain Division honorable mention selection at quarterback after throwing for 367 yards and rushing for another 194 ... averaged more than 35 yards punting ... also lettered in soccer during the spring, making Metro Mountain Division second team as a midfielder ... captained both football and soccer as a senior.
Engineering sciences major graduated Phi Beta Kappa and summa cum laude ... inducted into the New Hampshire Beta chapter of Tau Beta Pi, the national engineering honor society ... son of Peter and Winfred ... born on March 30, 1989 ... both parents, two uncles, grandfather and great-grandfather graduated from Dartmouth.
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