Lafayette vs. Lehigh game Notes
Martin nails game-winning field at the final horn
Lafayette vs. Colgate game notes
Scheuerman churns out third three-touchdown game of his career
Lafayette game notes vs. Bucknell
Photos by Lafayette Athletic Communications and courtesy of Bob Cornell
Lafayette vs. Bucknell
Photos by Rick Smith, Kenya Allen and Matt Fleming
Photos by Rick Smith
2013: CFPA FCS National Freshman Performer of the Year...two-time Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week...three-time Patriot League Rookie of the Week...played in eight games, making the final six starts...set a single season school record for completion percentage (73-percent)...named the team's Rookie of the Year...was 132-182 with five interceptions and 17 touchdown passes...made first career start at Holy Cross (10/26) and threw for 283 yards and five touchdowns while completing 21 of 22 passes which set a Patriot League record...followed that start with an 18-for-24 for 275 yards and four touchdown performance at Georgetown (11/2)...set a career-high in passing yards (378) to go along with three touchdowns in the Patriot League Championship against Lehigh (11/23).
AT ARLINGTON: Threw for 6,000-plus yards, 70 touchdowns and 11 interceptions in three years at quarterback...collected All-Metro First-Team honors three times...selected as the District Offensive Player of the Year... played in six games as a senior, completing 63 percent of his passes for 1,470 yards, 15 touchdowns and one interception...returned from injury to play in Liberty Bowl All-Star Game...tabbed as Touchdown Club Player of the Week...named best of Preps three times...as a junior, completed 20-of-20 passes (a Shelby County Metro Record) for 286 yards and six touchdowns for first playoff win in school history...led the Shelby Metro area in passing as a junior with nearly 2,800 yards, 36 touchdowns and seven picks...played varsity baseball, seeing time at shortstop and pitcher.
PERSONAL: Son of Jerry and Leslie Reed...has older brother, Logan...born 2/17/95.
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