Mark Ross named team MVP
Lafayette captures Patriot League title with 50-28 win over #15 Lehigh; Drew Reed named Lafayette-Lehigh MVP after throwing for a career-high 378 yards and three touchdowns
Defense forces five turnovers, as Lafayette hands the Rams their first loss of the season
Lafayette scored go-ahead TD with 2:02 left in game
Offense slightly ahead of defense in annual matchup
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.
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