Mark Ross named team MVP
Defense got the better of the offense on Saturday
Quarterback led Leopards to Patriot League title
Wildcats dismantle Leopards in 45-7 final
By Featured Columnist Mandy Housenick
Spring Practice 4/10
Photos by Rick Smith
USATSI: Lafayette vs. New Hampshire - 11/30/13
Lafayette beats Lehigh, 50-28, to capture the Patriot League Title.
Photos by Kenya Allen
2013: CFPA FCS National Freshman Performer of the Year...two-time Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week...three-time Patriot League Rookie of the Week...played in eight games, making the final six starts...set a single season school record for completion percentage (73-percent)...was 132-182 with five interceptions and 17 touchdown passes...made first career start at Holy Cross (10/26) and threw for 283 yards and five touchdowns while completing 21 of 22 passes which set a Patriot League record...followed that start with an 18-for-24 for 275 yards and four touchdown performance at Georgetown (11/2)...set a career-high in passing yards (378) to go along with three touchdowns in the Patriot League Championship against Lehigh (11/23).
AT ARLINGTON: Threw for 6,000-plus yards, 70 touchdowns and 11 interceptions in three years at quarterback...collected All-Metro First-Team honors three times...selected as the District Offensive Player of the Year... played in six games as a senior, completing 63 percent of his passes for 1,470 yards, 15 touchdowns and one interception...returned from injury to play in Liberty Bowl All-Star Game...tabbed as Touchdown Club Player of the Week...named best of Preps three times...as a junior, completed 20-of-20 passes (a Shelby County Metro Record) for 286 yards and six touchdowns for first playoff win in school history...led the Shelby Metro area in passing as a junior with nearly 2,800 yards, 36 touchdowns and seven picks...played varsity baseball, seeing time at shortstop and pitcher.
PERSONAL: Son of Jerry and Leslie Reed...has older brother, Logan...born 2/17/95.
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