Maxim Ngolla


Nyack, N.Y.

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 286



Maxim Ngolla


2014 Gridiron Season Opens Saturday at Sacred Heart

Game notes vs. Sacred Heart


Football Opens 2013 Against Sacred Heart

Kick off set for 6 p.m. at Fisher Stadium


Leopards Preparing for Spring Game on Saturday

Lafayette will finish its spring season with the Spring Game on Saturday at 11 a.m.


Leopards Readying for Spring Game on Saturday

75-play scrimmage will kick off at 10 a.m.


Friday Walk Through

Friday Walk Through


Lafayette at Georgetown

Photos by Kenya Allen


Lafayette at Princeton

Photos by Athletic Communications


Lafayette at Fordham Photo Gallery

Photos by Athletic Communications


Lafayette at Colgate

Photos by Athletic Communications

2013: Appeared in 10 games, started the last eight games of the season...won the David Nelson '06 Award of Valor.

2012: Played in seven games, making six starts on his way to his first varsity letter...started the first two and the last four games of the season.

2011: Did not see any game action and underwent knee surgery in October.

AT NYACK: High Honor Roll student who played offensive line and defensive line in high school...served as team captain and was a four-year member of football team...First-Team 2010 New York State Class A All Star...four-year member of track and field team, throwing shot put (43') and discus (147'), while also serving as the throwing captain...played one year of basketball at center...wrestled for one year at heavyweight class, posting a 7-2 record...served as a manager of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America club and was a member of the African American Club...earned Black Achievement Award for Academic Excellence...volunteers in community at St. Ann's Church.

PERSONAL: Son of Philippe and Ramona Ngolla...has a younger brother, Julian...born 3/12/93.

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