Drew Reed connected with four different receivers for touchdowns as Lafayette defeated Georgetown 45-27 on Saturday. Matt Smalley added a school-record 99-yard kickoff return for a touchdown.
Ross becomes career receptions leader with 8 grabs for 151 yards and 3 TDs
Lafayette faces Ivy League foe Penn next week
Lafayette scored go-ahead TD with 2:02 left in game
Offense slightly ahead of defense in annual matchup
2012: Saw action in 11 games while making two starts at fullback...earned his third varsity letter...made two catches for 16 yards including a 12-yard reception at Fordham (11/10)...returned two kicks for 22 yards...recorded three tackles on the season as a key special teams' contributor.
2011: Started six games and saw action in all 11 to earn his second letter of his career...versatile player who splits time with classmate Greg Kessel...caught three balls for nine yards...returned a kickoff for 12 yards against Bucknell (10/29)...managed six tackles on the season, with two against Penn (9/17).
2010: All-Patriot League Second-Team honoree, one of just two league freshmen to earn All-Patriot League honors in 2010...played in all 11 games and started five at fullback...earned his first varsity letter... carried five times for five yards...caught 10 balls for 74 yards, including two catches for 20 yards at Columbia...made a career-high three catches for 23 yards vs. Lehigh.
AT HINGHAM/AVON OLD FARMS: Honor Roll student who played fullback, linebacker and tight end during his high school and prep career...two-time all-league selection and team captain...selected to the Patriot Ledger All-Scholastic team and was named the WATD Distinguished Player of the Year...outstanding track and field athlete who was the Division III discus state champion...owns career bests of 163' (discus) and 50'5" (shot put)...team captain and three-year letterwinner in basketball.
PERSONAL: Son of John and Sheila Creahan...youngest of four children with an older sister, Nora, and older brothers, Jack and Neil...born 2/12/91.
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