Week #1: Towson 35, Lafayette 7

                          Lafayette vs Towson (Final)
                            1999 LAFAYETTE FOOTBALL
                Lafayette vs Towson (Sep 11, 1999 at Towson, MD)


Box Score


Box Score (Final) Lafayette vs Towson (Sep 11, 1999 at Towson, MD)

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score ----------------- -- -- -- -- ----- Lafayette........... 0 7 0 0 - 7 Record: (0-1,0-1) Towson.............. 14 7 14 0 - 35 Record: (2-0,1-0)

LC TU FIRST DOWNS................... 12 24 RUSHES-YARDS (NET)............ 33-95 46-183 PASSING YDS (NET)............. 115 219 Passes Att-Comp-Int........... 28-9-5 28-16-2 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS..... 61-210 74-402 Fumble Returns-Yards.......... 2-0 1-8 Kickoff Returns-Yards......... 6-97 1-10 Interception Returns-Yards.... 2-23 5-121 Fumbles-Lost.................. 2-1 2-2 Penalties-Yards............... 8-57 8-78 Possession Time............... 25:18 34:42 Sacks By: Number-Yards........ 1-11 2-12

RUSHING: Lafayette-Jamie Fox 3-32, James Nesson 7-24, Brian Tuma 12-22, Andy Ficzko 2-17, Ryan Mayo 6-11, Brian Buczek 3-minus 11. Towson-Jason Corle 28-135, Gene Liebel 5-36, Noah Reed 5-15, Ray Harris 3-7, Joe Spera 2-2, Val Troiani 1-minus 2, Joe Lee 2-minus 10.

PASSING: Lafayette-Brian Buczek 9-27-4-115, Harry Armstrong 0-1-1-0. Towson-Joe Lee 16-28-2-219.

RECEIVING: Lafayette-Phil Yarberough 4-74, Stewart Kupfer 2-23, Joe Luke 2-9, Mike Prairie 1-9. Towson-Mike Deal 5-69, Adam Overbey 4-76, Jason Corle 4-42, Jamal White 3-32.

INTERCEPTIONS: Lafayette-Angel Colon 1-23, John Fistner 1-0. Towson-Jabari Garrett 2-29, Ricky Crestwell 2-91, Edmund Carazzo 1-1.

Stadium: Minnegan Stadium Attendance: 2481 Kickoff time: 1:00 PM End of Game: 3:57 PM Total elapsed time: 2:57 Officials:


Lafayette vs Towson (Sep 11, 1999 at Towson, MD)

SACKS (UA-A): Lafayette-Jim Brown 1-0, Mike Levy 1-0. Towson-A.Hollingsworth 1-0, Kirk Luczynski 1-0.

TACKLES (UA-A): Lafayette-Mike Levy 4-6, Bryant Ibekwe 3-5, John Fistner 3-3, Rachaud Evans 4-1, Chad Williamson 3-2, Angel Colon 3-2, Ryan Hiles 2-3, Jim Brown 1-4, Matt Curcio 2-2, Jamie Wisloski 3-0, Adriel Linyear 2-1, Tim Case 1-2, Elijah Beamon 1-1, Phil Yarberough 1-1, Steve Sivak 1-0, Joe Luke 1-0, Scott Longazel 1-0, Kenya Allen 1-0, Nicholas Jacobi 1-0, Andy Whetsel 1-0, Darnell Azeez 1-0, Brian Gregorek 1-0, Kevin Pickering 0-1. Towson-Andre Atkins 1-6, Sean Hendricks 4-2, A.Hollingsworth 4-1, Jabari Garrett 3-1, Ricky Crestwell 2-2, Aaron Sakevich 2-2, Donald Wood 2-1, Dennis Cliggett 1-2, Tyrone Bell 1-2, Kirk Luczynski 1-2, Jim O'Neil 0-3, James Dunn 0-3, Nick Bailey 0-3, Rusty McKinney 1-1, Madieu Williams 1-1, John Devoti 1-1, Dave Monokian 1-1, Scott Lenz 0-2, Edmund Carazzo 1-0, Toland Anderson 1-0, Noah Reed 1-0, Jason Corle 1-0, Jamal White 1-0, Chris Madden 1-0, Cody Day 0-1.

Player participation:

Lafayette: 1-Martin Brecht, 2-Darnell Azeez, 3-Elijah Beamon, 6-Bryant Ibekwe, 8-Rob Wildasin, 9-Phil Yarberough, 11-John Fistner, 12-Harry Armstrong, 13-Brian Buczek, 14-Jim Dietz, 16-Steve Sivak, 18-Angel Colon, 19-Andy May, 22-Joe Luke, 23-Adam Holt, 24-Ryan Mayo, 25-Jamie Wisloski, 26-Kenya Allen, 27-Adriel Linyear, 29-Andy Ficzko, 35-Rachaud Evans, 36-Brian Gregorek, 38-Jamie Fox, 40-Brian Tuma, 43-Matt Curcio, 45-Ryan Hiles, 47-James Nesson, 49-Andy Whetsel, 52-Mike Levy, 55-Jim Goff, 66-Nicholas Jacobi, 72-Kevin Pickering, 77-Tim Case, 82-Chad Williamson, 85-Stewart Kupfer, 87-Mike Prairie, 91-Scott Longazel, 97-Jim Brown.

Towson: 2-Jabari Garrett, 3-Jamal White, 6-Dennis Cliggett, 7-Ricky Crestwell, 8-Rusty McKinney, 10-Madieu Williams, 11-Jim O'Neil, 12-Mike Walck, 15-Val Troiani, 16-Dave Monokian, 17-Joe Lee, 20-Noah Reed, 21-Ed Kulic, 22-Jason Corle, 24-Cody Day, 29-Edmund Carazzo, 30-Donald Wood, 32-Ray Harris, 34-Sean Hendricks, 38-Toland Anderson, 39-Aaron Sakevich, 40-Kirk Luczynski, 41-Joe Spera, 45-Gene Liebel, 51-Andre Atkins, 55-Tyrone Bell, 66-Scott Lenz, 82-Mike Deal, 84-Adam Overbey, 86-A.Hollingsworth, 88-Chris Madden, 91-James Dunn, 96-Nick Bailey, 99-John Devoti.

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