WEEK #6: Princeton 22, Lafayette 10

Oct. 16, 1999

Lafayette vs Princeton (Final) 1999 LAFAYETTE FOOTBALL Lafayette vs Princeton (Oct 16, 1999 at Princeton, NJ)


Box Score


Box Score (Final) Lafayette vs Princeton (Oct 16, 1999 at Princeton, NJ)

Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score ----------------- -- -- -- -- ----- Lafayette........... 0 3 0 7 - 10 Record: (1-5) Princeton........... 0 13 3 6 - 22 Record: (2-3)

LC PU FIRST DOWNS................... 11 19 RUSHES-YARDS (NET)............ 30-96 45-123 PASSING YDS (NET)............. 108 229 Passes Att-Comp-Int........... 33-11-2 38-22-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS..... 63-204 83-352 Fumble Returns-Yards.......... 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards............ 2-26 5-16 Kickoff Returns-Yards......... 4-87 2-30 Interception Returns-Yards.... 0-0 2-22 Punts (Number-Avg)............ 10-39.6 7-37.9 Fumbles-Lost.................. 2-0 0-0 Penalties-Yards............... 6-58 7-40 Possession Time............... 23:45 36:15 Sacks By: Number-Yards........ 4-30 3-34

RUSHING: Lafayette-Brian Tuma 10-72, Harry Armstrong 2-28, Ryan Mayo 7-25, James Nesson 5-9, Bill Stocker 1-1, Brian Buczek 5-minus 39. Princeton-Theisen 32-147, Atkinson 3-9, Opara 1-7, Bryant 2-5, Blevins 1-minus 8, Team 1-minus 14, Crenshaw 5-minus 23.

PASSING: Lafayette-Brian Buczek 8-29-1-65, Harry Armstrong 3-4-1-43. Princeton-Crenshaw 21-35-0-218, Blevins 1-3-0-11.

RECEIVING: Lafayette-Phil Yarberough 4-42, Stewart Kupfer 2-35, Andy May 2-11, Joe Luke 1-11, Collin Crotty 1-6, Bill Stocker 1-3. Princeton-Wendler 7-63, Brian 6-102, Cheatham 4-15, Theisen 3-41, Onyema 1-7, Erb 1-1.

INTERCEPTIONS: Lafayette-None. Princeton-Roser-Jones 1-16, Demler 1-6.

Stadium: Princeton Stadium Attendance: 14805 Kickoff time: 1:07 PM End of Game: 4:00 PM Total elapsed time: 2:53 Officials: Temperature: 68 Wind: E 10mph Weather: Perfect


Lafayette vs Princeton (Oct 16, 1999 at Princeton, NJ)

SACKS (UA-A): Lafayette-Matt Curcio 1-1, Chad Williamson 0-1, Nicholas Jacobi 1-0, John Fistner 1-0. Princeton-Podsakoff 1-1, Ferrara 1-0, Silverman 0-1.

TACKLES (UA-A): Lafayette-Ryan Hiles 11-2, Kenya Allen 9-3, Elijah Beamon 9-2, Angel Colon 6-2, Matt Curcio 4-2, John Fistner 4-0, Darren Lopez 4-0, Nicholas Jacobi 3-0, Nick Boccagno 2-0, Chad Williamson 2-0, B. Diefenderfer 2-0, Adriel Linyear 1-1, Bill Stocker 1-0, Jim Brown 1-0, Rachaud Evans 1-0, Phil Yarberough 1-0, Mark Ravalico 1-0, Jim Goff 1-0, Matt Bourdon 1-0, Andy Whetsel 1-0, Matt Kulp 1-0, Jamie Fox 1-0, Brian Gregorek 1-0, Jamie Wisloski 0-1, Shawn Reilly 0-1. Princeton-Podsakoff 4-3, Higgins 6-0, Ferrara 5-0, Koopman 5-0, Roser-Jones 4-0, Giurato 3-1, Babineca 3-1, Silverman 2-1, Kongslie 2-1, Richie 2-0, Farrell 1-1, Northrop 1-0, Freitag 1-0, Simbi 1-0, Ganter 1-0, Beem 1-0, Luick 1-0, Demler 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, 18-Angel Colon, 19-Andy May, 22-Joe Luke, 23-Adam Holt, 24-Ryan Mayo, 25-Jamie Wisloski, 26-Kenya Allen, 27-Adriel Linyear, 30-Darren Lopez, 33-Matt Goff, 34-Bill Stocker, 35-Rachaud Evans, 36-Brian Gregorek, 38-Jamie Fox, 40-Brian Tuma, 41-Nick Boccagno, 43-Matt Curcio, 44-Matt Kulp, 45-Ryan Hiles, 47-James Nesson, 49-Andy Whetsel, 50-Matt Bourdon, 51-B. Diefenderfer, 55-Jim Goff, 58-Scott Heiser, 60-Mark Ravalico, 64-Chris Royle, 66-Nicholas Jacobi, 81-Collin Crotty, 82-Chad Williamson, 85-Stewart Kupfer, 87-Mike Prairie, 88-Shawn Reilly, 97-Jim Brown.

Princeton: 0-Team, 1-Simbi, 3-Brian, 5-Ganter, 6-Northrop, 8-Giurato, 9-Cheatham, 10-Pohl, 12-Crenshaw, 16-Blevins, 19-Wendler, 21-Opara, 22-Demler, 24-Erb, 29-Theisen, 33-Richie, 34-Brandt, 35-Atkinson, 37-Bryant, 38-Luick, 41-Babineca, 43-Beem, 45-Kongslie, 46-Farrell, 50-Hastings, 51-Higgins, 55-Koopman, 58-Silverman, 59-Podsakoff, 83-Onyema, 94-Freitag, 95-Ferrara, 98-Roser-Jones.


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