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Chris Royle

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Stockton, N.J.

High School:
Hunterdon Central

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 286

Position:
C

Experience:
3 Letters

Major:
Electrical & Computer Engineering

Chris Royle

GENERAL: Earned a spot on The Sports Network's and Lindy's 2002 preseason All-America team and was rated as the third-best center in Division I-AA by The Sports Nework.

2001: Named to the First-Team All-Patriot League squad as an offensive lineman...anchored a Lafayette offensive line that led the conference in sacks allowed with just 11, edging the seven other League members by at least five...led an offensive line that helped Lafayette average 395.8 total yards per game, including a League-best 265.1 yards passing average...started at center in all 10 contests, increasing his streak to 27 consecutive games and procuring his third varsity letter...served as the game captain in the Columbia contest and was honored by the coaches as offensive line Most Valuable Player.

2000: Earned Second-Team All-Patriot League honors as the anchor of the Leopards' offensive line...started all eleven contests at center, extending his streak to 17 consecutive games...earned team offensive line most valuable player award...has developed into a dominant interior force in the Patriot League.

1999: Earned a spot on the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll...named the team's Rookie of the Year by the coaching staff...started seven games, including the final six contests, at center...one of just six Leopard freshmen to earn a varsity letter.

AT HUNTERDON CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL: A two-year member of the soccer, football, and spring track teams, he played offensive and defensive tackle for his undefeated 1998 Central Jersey Group II State Champion football team...earned All-County, All-Suburban, and All-Conference first-team honors, as well as second-team All-Area.

PERSONAL: Electrical and Computer Engineering major...son of Mr. and Mrs. Frend Joseph Royle III...born 8/27/81.

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