Mark Ross named team MVP
Wildcats dismantle Leopards in 45-7 final
Leopards' place five on first team and six on second team
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
Spring Practice 4/10
Photos by Rick Smith
Photos by Kenya Allen
Photos by Kenya Allen
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2013: Named Patriot League Special Teams Player of the Week twice...appeared in all 12 games, making 11 starts on defense...led the team with five interceptions...was third on the squad with 63 tackles...returned the opening kickoff of the season 98 yards for a score against Sacred Heart (9/7)...recorded a season-high nine stops in three different contests; at Penn (9/21), at Princeton (10/12), and vs. Colgate (11/9)...set a school-record at Georgetown, returning a kickoff 99 yards for paydirt...named to the All-Patriot League First Team.
2012: Played in all 11 games as a rookie to earn his first varsity letter...made seven tackles...forced a fumble at Robert Morris (9/29)...recorded two tackles at Colgate (11/3)...recovered a fumble against Georgetown (10/27).
AT FATHER JUDGE: First Honor Roll student who was an All-Catholic League First Teamer in 2011...carried 127 times for 984 yards and 17 touchdowns, adding two receiving touchdowns and one kick return and one punt for a TD...also picked off a pass during senior year when he was named All-City Third Team...outstanding track and field athlete who was All-Catholic League First Team in three events (60m, long jump, triple jump) in his indoor career and All-Catholic League in five outdoor events (4x100m, 100m, 200m, long jump, triple jump)...school recordholder in the 60m (7.02), 100m (10.7), 200m (21.7) and 4x100m relay.
PERSONAL:Son of Aretha Smalley...hails from same school as former Leopards' offensive line standout Ryan Nase '07...has an older brother, Paul, and younger brothers, Caleb and Gabriel...born 5/6/94.
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