Lash leads the way with a 3.9 GPA in Economics
Scheuerman breaks single-game rushing record in victory
Big plays are difference as Leopards face third top-25 foe
Chiarolanzio, Coscia, Roberts and Scheuerman selected as team captains for defending Patriot League champs
Mark Ross named team MVP
Friday Walk Through
Photos by Rick Smith, Kenya Allen and Matt Fleming
Photos by Lafayette Athletic Communications
Photos by Rick Smith
2013: Named the team's Defensive Line MVP...started the remaining 11 games after missing the Sacred Heart contest...recorded 49 tackles on the season...registered seven tackles twice at Harvard (10/19) and against Fordham (11/16)...also made three tackles-for-loss and two sacks against Fordham...made a season-high eight tackles and had a fumble return for a touchdown at Lehigh (11/23).
2012: Played in nine games while making eight starts at defensive end, moving to defensive line from linebacker for 2012 season...earned his second varsity letter...finished the season with 26 tackles...forced a fumble and had three tackles at William and Mary (9/8)...recorded five tackles and had a sack at Yale (10/13)...made five tackles against Georgetown (10/27).
2011: Played in nine games, while earning his first varsity letter...recorded five tackles on the year with two coming in a win vs. Colgate (11/5).
AT EAST STROUDSBURG SOUTH: Honor roll student who was a first-team all-state selection...earned all-area honors from the Pocono Record and Morning Call...team captain who collected All-Mountain Valley Conference First-Team honors at tight end and defensive end...recorded a school-record 37 career sacks...three-sport athlete who plays power forward/center on the basketball team and was a javelin thrower and jumper in track and field...member of Future Business Leaders of America...nominated for the Scholar-Athlete Award given by the Lehigh Valley Chapter of the National Football Foundation.
PERSONAL: Son of Anthony and Robyn Coscia...has an older brother, Anthony, and younger brother, Michael...born 3/11/93.