11 2014 VILLANOVA SCHEDULE

GAME 11: NO. 6 VILLANOVA (8-2, 5-1) VS. ALBANY (6-4, 2-4)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2014
VILLANOVA STADIUM (12,000)
VILLANOVA, PA.
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2014 VILLANOVA SCHEDULE
November 15, 2014
7:00 PM
Villanova Stadium (12,000)
Villanova, Pa.
No. 6 Villanova Wildcats
(8-2, 5-1 CAA)
Head Coach Andy Talley
30th Season at Villanova (212-127-1, .625)
35th Season Overall (240-145-2, .623)
Albany Great Danes
(6-4, 2-4 CAA)
Head Coach Greg Gattuso
First Season at Albany (6-4, .600)
13th Season Overall (103-36, .741)
TONIGHT’S GAME
TV
American Sports Network
Play-By-Play: Dave Armstrong
Analyst: Michael Young
Overall: 8-2 (.800)
CAA: 5-1 (.833)
Home: 5-0 (1.000)
Away: 3-2 (.600)
Neutral: 0-0 (---)
Date
Opponent
Location
8/29
9/6
9/20
9/27
10/4
10/11
10/18
10/25
11/1
11/8
11/15
11/22
@ Syracuse
No. 11 Fordham
James Madison (*) (PW)
@ Penn
@ Maine (*)
Rhode Island (*)
@ No. 15 William & Mary (*)
Morgan State (HC)
@ No. 13 Richmond (*)
Towson (*)
Albany (*)
@ Delaware (*)
Syracuse, N.Y.
(2ot) L, 26-27
Villanova, Pa.
W, 50-6
Villanova, Pa.
W, 49-31
Philadelphia, Pa.
W, 41-7
Orono, Maine
W, 41-20
Villanova, Pa.
W, 44-21
Williamsburg, Va.
W, 35-31
Villanova, Pa.
W, 48-28
Richmond, Va.
L, 9-10
Villanova, Pa.
W, 42-14
Villanova, Pa.
7:00 PM
Newark, Del.
12:00 PM
Result
Schedule Key
Bold
Home game, played at Villanova Stadium (12,000)
*
CAA regular season contest
PW
Parents’ Weekend
HC
Homecoming
RADIO
CBS Sports Radio 610
Play-By-Play: Joe Eichhorn (27th Season)
Analyst: Ryan Fannon (22nd Season)
SERIES INFORMATION
Overall: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .First meeting
First Meeting: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .First meeting
Last Meeting: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .First meeting
SOCIAL MEDIA
Twitter: @NovaFootball (live game updates)
Facebook: Villanova University Football
First Villanova Win: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .First meeting
Last Villanova Win: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .First meeting
Andy Talley vs. Albany: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0 (---)
First Albany Win: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .First meeting
Last Albany Win: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .First meeting
Greg Gattuso vs. Villanova: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0-0 (---)
Villanova Media Relations
Football Contact: Dean Kenefick
E-Mail: [email protected]
Office Phone: 610-519-6514
LAST FIVE MEETINGS
First Meeting
Secondary Contact: David Berman
E-Mail: [email protected]
Website: www.villanova.com
WEEK 11 VS. ALBANY ~
KICKOFF: 7:00 PM
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TV: ASN
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RADIO: CBS SPORTS RADIO 610
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GAME 11: NO. 6 VILLANOVA (8-2, 5-1) VS. ALBANY (6-4, 2-4)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2014
VILLANOVA STADIUM (12,000)
VILLANOVA, PA.
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WEEK 11 VS. ALBANY ~
KICKOFF: 7:00 PM
~
TV: ASN
~
RADIO: CBS SPORTS RADIO 610
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GAME 11: NO. 6 VILLANOVA (8-2, 5-1) VS. ALBANY (6-4, 2-4)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2014
VILLANOVA STADIUM (12,000)
VILLANOVA, PA.
SCOUTING VILLANOVA
TALE OF THE TAPE
SCORING
Points Per Game
FIRST DOWNS
RUSHING YARDAGE
Rushing Attempts
Average Per Rush
Average Per Game
TDs Rushing
PASSING YARDAGE
Comp-Att-Int
Average Per Pass
Average Per Catch
Average Per Game
TDs Passing
TOTAL OFFENSE
Total Plays
Average Per Play
Average Per Game
KICK RETURN AVERAGE
PUNT RETURN AVERAGE
INT RETURN AVERAGE
FUMBLES-LOST
PENALTIES-Yards
PUNTS-Yards
Average Per Punt
TIME OF POSSESSION/Game
3RD-DOWN Conversions
3rd-Down Pct
4TH-DOWN Conversions
4th-Down Pct
SACKS BY-Yards
TOUCHDOWNS SCORED
FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS
RED-ZONE SCORES
RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS
PAT-ATTEMPTS
VILLANOVA
385
38.5
237
2296
484
4.7
229.6
22
2298
171-253-3
9.1
13.4
229.8
29
4594
737
6.2
459.4
21.1
7.9
19.7
15-11
79-668
39-1517
38.9
32:18
70/137
51%
9/16
56%
26-168
54
4-8 (50%)
41-49 (84%)
37-49 (76%)
47-53 (89%)
OPPONENT
195
19.5
185
1043
333
3.1
104.3
11
2453
204-365-13
6.7
12.0
245.3
14
3496
698
5.0
349.6
19.2
3.8
0.0
22-8
56-472
58-2220
38.3
27:42
44/146
30%
12/24
50%
31-154
25
7-9 (78%)
22-30 (73%)
15-30 (50%)
24-25 (96%)
SCORING
Points Per Game
FIRST DOWNS
RUSHING YARDAGE
Rushing Attempts
Average Per Rush
Average Per Game
TDs Rushing
PASSING YARDAGE
Comp-Att-Int
Average Per Pass
Average Per Catch
Average Per Game
TDs Passing
TOTAL OFFENSE
Total Plays
Average Per Play
Average Per Game
KICK RETURN AVERAGE
PUNT RETURN AVERAGE
INT RETURN AVERAGE
FUMBLES-LOST
PENALTIES-Yards
PUNTS-Yards
Average Per Punt
TIME OF POSSESSION/Game
3RD-DOWN Conversions
3rd-Down Pct
4TH-DOWN Conversions
4th-Down Pct
SACKS BY-Yards
TOUCHDOWNS SCORED
FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS
RED-ZONE SCORES
RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS
PAT-ATTEMPTS
ALBANY
264
26.4
204
1427
358
4.0
142.7
11
2170
174-323-8
6.7
12.5
217.0
21
3597
681
5.3
359.7
17.6
3.7
17.4
8-2
51-459
51-1875
36.8
30:38
57/141
40%
10/14
71%
23-152
34
9-15 (60%)
30-35 (86%)
24-35 (69%)
31-32 (97%)
OPPONENT
216
21.6
190
1444
366
3.9
144.4
17
1964
183-314-7
6.3
10.7
196.4
11
3408
680
5.0
340.8
18.9
4.3
5.8
28-17
59-607
47-1805
38.4
29:06
67/143
47%
11/20
55%
27-139
28
7-11 (64%)
28-32 (88%)
22-32 (69%)
25-27 (93%)
WEEK 11 VS. ALBANY ~
KICKOFF: 7:00 PM
~
TV: ASN
Overall: ...........................................................................................8-2 (.800)
CAA: ...............................................................................................5-1 (.833)
Home: ...........................................................................................5-0 (1.000)
Away: ..............................................................................................3-2 (.600)
LAST GAME: Villanova 42, Towson 14 (Nov. 8)
Total Offense: .........................................................................................396
Total Defense: .........................................................................................293
Leading Rusher: ...............................................John Robertson (107, TD)
Leading Passer: ...............................John Robertson (182, 16-21-0, 3 TD)
Leading Receiver: .........................................................Poppy Livers (78)
Leading Tackler: .......Joe Sarnese (11, INT return TD, 1 pass breakup)
VILLANOVA STATISTICAL LEADERS
RUSHING
Kevin Monangai
John Robertson
Gary Underwood
PASSING
John Robertson
GP
10
10
8
Att.
139
164
46
GP Cmp-Att-Int
10 160-236-2
Net
698
693
343
Pct.
67.8
Avg.
5.0
4.2
7.5
TD
8
6
4
Avg./G
69.8
69.3
42.9
Yds
2187
TD
29
Avg./G
218.7
RECEIVING
Poppy Livers
Kevin Gulyas
GP
10
10
Rec.
48
20
Yds
706
380
Avg.
14.7
19.0
TD
7
5
Avg./G
70.6
38.0
KICK RETURN
Gary Underwood
GP
8
No.
14
Yds
358
Avg.
25.6
TD
0
Long
39
TACKLES
Don Cherry
Dillon Lucas
GP
10
10
Solo
59
37
Ast
37
27
Tot
96
64
TFL
17.5
11.0
Sacks
9.0
3.0
SCOUTING ALBANY
Overall: ...........................................................................................6-4 (.600)
CAA: ...............................................................................................2-4 (.333)
Home: .............................................................................................3-3 (.500)
Away: ..............................................................................................3-1 (.750)
LAST GAME: Delaware 31, Albany 28 (Nov. 8)
Total Offense: .........................................................................................386
Total Defense: .........................................................................................407
Leading Rusher: .......................................................Omar Osbourne (49)
Leading Passer: .....................................Will Fiacchi (335, 22-35-0, 4 TD)
Leading Receiver: ...........................................Josh Gontarek (118, 2 TD)
Leading Tackler: ..............Christian Dorsey (18, 1.0 TFL, 2 QB hurries)
ALBANY STATISTICAL LEADERS
RUSHING
Omar Osbourne
Andre Martin
PASSING
Will Fiacchi
GP
10
10
Att.
212
48
GP Cmp-Att-Int
10 174-322-7
Net
981
207
Pct.
54.0
Avg.
4.6
4.3
TD
4
0
Avg./G
98.1
20.7
Yds
2170
TD
21
Avg./G
217.0
RECEIVING
Josh Gontarek
Cole King
Brian Parker
GP
10
10
10
Rec.
51
35
34
Yds
616
462
397
Avg.
12.1
13.2
11.7
TD
8
6
3
Avg./G
61.6
46.2
39.7
KICK RETURN
Jake Meek
GP
10
No.
20
Yds
392
Avg.
19.6
TD
0
Long
44
TACKLES
Michael Nicastro
Christian Dorsey
GP
10
10
Solo
43
34
Ast
57
63
Tot
100
97
TFL
6.5
2.5
Sacks
3.0
1.5
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RADIO: CBS SPORTS RADIO 610
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GAME 11: NO. 6 VILLANOVA (8-2, 5-1) VS. ALBANY (6-4, 2-4)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2014
VILLANOVA STADIUM (12,000)
VILLANOVA, PA.
2014 CAA STANDINGS
CAA
New Hampshire
Villanova
James Madison
Richmond
Delaware
William & Mary
Maine
Stony Brook
Albany
Towson
Elon
Rhode Island
6
5
4
4
4
3
3
3
2
2
0
0
0
1
2
2
2
3
3
3
4
4
6
6
Overall
1.000
.833
.667
.667
.667
.500
.500
.500
.333
.333
.000
.000
8
8
7
7
6
6
4
4
6
4
1
0
1
2
3
3
4
4
5
6
4
6
9
10
.889
.800
.700
.700
.600
.600
.444
.400
.600
.400
.100
.000
WEEK 12 SCHEDULE
Albany at Villanova (*) (ASN)
James Madison at Richmond (*) (NBC Sports Network)
Rhode Island at Stony Brook (*)
Delaware at New Hampshire (*)
William & Mary at Towson (*) (Comcast SportsNet)
Maine at Elon (*)
7:00 PM
12:30 PM
1:00 PM
1:00 PM
3:00 PM
3:00 PM
WEEK 11 RESULTS
Villanova 42, Towson 14 (*)
New Hampshire 41, Rhode Island 14 (*)
Maine 33, Richmond 20 (*)
James Madison 27, Stony Brook 24 (*)
William & Mary 17, Elon 7 (*)
Delaware 31, Albany 28 (*)
SPORTS NETWORK TOP 25 POLL
(November 10)
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Third Team
Walter Payton Award Watch List
John Robertson
Quarterback
FCS Co-Defensive Player of the Week
Don Cherry (Oct. 6)
Preseason All-CAA Team
Ross Hall
Center
Vince Kowalski
Offensive Tackle
John Robertson
Quarterback
Senior
Senior
Junior
CAA Offensive Player of the Week
John Robertson (Sept. 8, Sept. 22, Oct. 6, Oct. 13, Oct. 20)
CAA Defensive Player of the Week
Don Cherry (Oct. 6)
Joe Sarnese (Nov. 10)
WEEK 11 VS. ALBANY ~
Points
3800 (70)
3747 (55)
3547 (13)
3483 (19)
3366
3070
2792
2743
2411
2159
2121
2055
1836
1811
1757
1542
1307
1142
1135
1077
620
522
517
438
355
Previous Rank
2
3
4
1
5
7
9
12
13
14
19
15
6
8
10
11
18
16
22
20
23
25
17
25
NR
FCS COACHES TOP 25 POLL
(November 10)
2014 HONORS
Sports Network Preseason All-Americans
John Robertson
Quarterback
Team
New Hampshire
Coastal Carolina
Jacksonville State
North Dakota State
Eastern Washington
Villanova
Fordham
Illinois State
Chattanooga
Southeastern Louisiana
Northern Iowa
Montana State
McNeese State
Richmond
Youngstown State
Montana
Harvard
Eastern Kentucky
South Dakota
Bethune-Cookman
Bryant
Northern Arizona
Indiana State
William & Mary
James Madison
KICKOFF: 7:00 PM
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TV: ASN
Team
Coastal Carolina
New Hampshire
Jacksonville State
North Dakota State
Eastern Washington
Villanova
Illinois State
Fordham
Chattanooga
Southeastern Louisiana
McNeese State
Northern Iowa
Montana State
Richmond
Montana
Youngstown State
Harvard
Bethune-Cookman
South Dakota State
Eastern Kentucky
Bryant
Southern Illinois
William & Mary
Stephen F. Austin
Indiana State
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Points
639 (20)
622 (4)
588 (2)
582
555
514
456
443
442
394
365
330
316
297
268
263
258
202
195
178
132
84
65
48
46
RADIO: CBS SPORTS RADIO 610
Previous Rank
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3
4
1
5
7
12
9
11
14
6
20
16
8
10
13
17
18
22
15
21
24
25
NR
19
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GAME 11: NO. 6 VILLANOVA (8-2, 5-1) VS. ALBANY (6-4, 2-4)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2014
VILLANOVA STADIUM (12,000)
VILLANOVA, PA.
TALLY ON TALLEY: Villanova head coach Andy Talley is currently in his 30th year as the Wildcat mentor. The winningest coach
in school history, Talley’s record on the Main Line currently stands
at 212-127-1 (.625). His 35-year overall coaching record is 240-145-2
(.623). Last season, Talley became the 37th coach in all divisions of
college football to win 200 games at one school and just the eighth
active coach with that distinction. Throughout his Wildcat career,
Talley has guided Villanova to 10 NCAA playoff appearances, six
conference championships, three Lambert Meadowlands Cup, three
ECAC Team of the Year awards, three national semifinal appearances and the 2009 national championship.
FIRST TIME FOE: Villanova and Albany will meet for the first time
on the football field when the two teams play on Saturday night at
Villanova Stadium. Albany is currently in its second season in the
CAA.
HOME SWEET HOME: The Wildcats enter play this week against
Albany with a perfect 5-0 record at home. Villanova has scored over
40 points in all five home games this season and are averaging 46.6
points per game at Villanova Stadium. The team’s five home wins
include Fordham (50-6), James Madison (49-31), Rhode Island (4421) Morgan State (48-28) and Towson (42-14).
SENIOR SALUTE: Prior to Saturday’s game, Villanova will honor
the senior members of the team during a pregame Senior Night ceremony. Villanova recognizes all the players who are seniors academically, as well as the fifth-year senior members of the team.
Some players who will participate in the ceremony will be back next
season as fifth year seniors.
WINNING WAYS: By virtue of its 8-2 record, Villanova has already
clinched a winning season in 2014. This represents the 12th time in
the last 14 years and the 23rd time in head coach Andy Talley’s 30
years on the Wildcat sideline that Villanova has posted a winning
campaign.
CAA HONORS: Wildcat senior safety Joe Sarnese has been named
the CAA Football Defensive Player of the Week. Sarnese earns the
honor for his play in last Saturday’s 42-14 win over the Towson
Tigers. In the victory, Sarnese tallied a game-high 11 tackles to go
with one interception and one pass break-up. The interception was
returned 48 yards for a touchdown that gave the Wildcats a 35-14
lead early in the fourth quarter. Sarnese has started all 10 games this
year and has recorded 60 tackles, three interceptions and two tackles
for loss. He now has nine career interceptions to his credit.
UP ONE SPOT: After last week’s win over the Towson Tigers, Villanova moved up one spot from No. 7 to No. 6 in this week’s Sports
Network poll. Villanova is one of five CAA teams to be ranked in the
poll this week. New Hampshire leads the way for the league at No.
1 followed by Villanova at No. 6, Richmond at No. 14, William &
Mary at No. 24 and James Madison at No. 25. Villanova is 2-1 this
year versus Top 25 opponents with wins over No. 11 Fordham (506) and No. 15 William & Mary (35-31) and a loss to No. 13 Richmond
(10-9).
WEEK 11 VS. ALBANY ~
KICKOFF: 7:00 PM
~
CAA FOOTBALL PRESEASON POLL
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
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9.
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12.
New Hampshire (15)
Villanova (2)
Richmond (3)
William & Mary (3)
Towson
Delaware
Maine
James Madison (1)
Stony Brook
Albany
Rhode Island
Elon
200 WINS AT ONE SCHOOL
Last season Andy Talley became the 37th coach in all levels of college football to win 200 games at one school when Villanova defeated Penn, 35-6, on
September 28. Talley is one of seven active head coaches to have won 200
or more games at their current school.
COLLEGE FOOTBALL COACHES: 200 WINS AT ONE SCHOOL
(Active Coaches Only, All Divisions)
Name
1. Ken Sparks
2. Denny Douds
3. Frank Beamer
4. Jimmye Laycock
5. Rick Giancola
6. Walt Hameline
7. Andy Talley
School
Carson-Newman
East Stroudsburg
Virginia Tech
William & Mary
Montclair State
Wagner
Villanova
First Year
1980
1974
1987
1980
1983
1981
1985
Wins
324
250
228
228
225
221
212
TALLEY IS ALL-TIME CAA WINS LEADER
Villanova head coach Andy Talley is the all-time CAA leader in conference victories and is the only coach in league history to win at least 100
conference games. Talley currently has 129 league wins.
CAA ALL-TIME COACHING WINS (CONFERENCE GAMES)
Name
1. Andy Talley
2. Jimmye Laycock
3. Bill Bowes
4. Tubby Raymond
5. Jack Cosgrove
School
Villanova
William & Mary
New Hampshire
Delaware
Maine
CAA Wins
130
99
97
89
85
Bold denotes an active CAA head coach
TV: ASN
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RADIO: CBS SPORTS RADIO 610
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GAME 11: NO. 6 VILLANOVA (8-2, 5-1) VS. ALBANY (6-4, 2-4)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2014
VILLANOVA STADIUM (12,000)
VILLANOVA, PA.
SPREADING THE WEALTH: Villanova had six different players
score its six touchdowns in last week’s 42-14 victory over Towson.
The three receiving scores were tallied by Anthony DeCamillo,
Kevin Monangai and Kevin Gulyas, the two rushing scores were
registered by John Robertson and Austin Medley and the last score
was an interception return by Joe Sarnese.
DOING IT ALL: In Villanova’s 42-14 win last Saturday, junior quarterback John Robertson accounted for 289 of Villanova’s 396 yards
of total offense. Robertson completed 16-of-21 for 182 yards and
three touchdowns to go with 20 carries for 107 yards and one score.
RUNNING FOR 100: Quarterback John Robertson turned in his
second 100-yard rushing effort of the season in last week’s win over
Towson with 20 carries for 107 yards and one touchdown. This was
also Robertson’s 12th career 100-yard rushing performance. Robertson now has 3,120 career rushing yards which ranks second in
school history behind Brian Westbrook had ran for 4,499 yards during
his Villanova career from 1997-2001. Robertson is also second in
school history in career touchdowns with 40. Westbrook scored a
school record 89 touchdowns during his Wildcat playing days.
Robertson currently ranks second on the team in rushing with 693
yards on 164 carries and six touchdowns. Kevin Monangai leads
the Wildcats in rushing with 698 yards on the ground.
TOUCHDOWNS IN BUNCHES: For the seventh time in 10 games,
quarterback John Robertson threw three or more touchdowns when
he tossed three last week versus Towson. Robertson now has 29
touchdown passes and two interceptions this season.
John Robertson’s Career Games with 3+ Passing Touchdowns
Date
10/27/12
9/28/13
11/23/13
9/6/14
9/20/14
9/27/14
10/4/14
10/11/14
10/25/14
11/8/14
Opponent
Towson
Penn
Delaware
Fordham
James Madison
Penn
Maine
Rhode Island
Morgan State
Towson
TD
4
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
3
3
Stats
17-23-0, 216
19-28-0, 266
19-28-1, 252
17-24-0, 216
22-27-0, 337
15-21-0, 230
16-25-1, 285
13-16-0, 189
13-18-0, 143
16-21-0, 182
VILLANOVA: SINGLE-GAME 200-YARD RUSHING GAMES
OPP
38
65
33
49
10
Before Halftime
After Halftime
TOTAL
212
173
385
103
92
195
WEEK 11 VS. ALBANY ~
KICKOFF: 7:00 PM
Opponent
Hofstra
New Hampshire
William & Mary
William & Mary
James Madison
Maine
Maine
Duquesne
VILLANOVA CAREER 100-YARD RUSHING GAMES
Name
Brian Westbrook
John Robertson
Vince Thompson
Kevin Monangai
100-Yard Games
22
12
11
10
Years
1997-01
2011-present
1975-78
2011-present
JOHN ROBERTSON CAREER 100-YARD RUSHING GAMES
Yards
256
214
189
165
150
134
133
132
119
117
115
107
Yards
192
170
150
146
130
129
118
109
103
101
Quarter By Quarter Scoring
VU
93
119
88
76
9
Date
11/10/01
10/19/13
10/26/91
11/24/01
10/6/01
10/26/13
9/23/00
9/23/50
Carries
27
22
24
31
32
17
12
15
20
18
34
20
Avg.
9.5
9.7
7.9
5.3
4.7
7.9
11.1
8.8
5.9
6.5
3.4
5.4
Long
42
59
31
17
17
46
48
36
16
41
12
23
TDs
3
4
3
1
3
1
4
1
1
0
0
1
Opponent
New Hampshire
Maine
Old Dominion
Delaware
Towson
Delaware
Rhode Island
Penn
Stony Brook
Richmond
Syracuse
Towson
Date
10/19/13
10/26/13
10/13/12
11/23/13
10/12/13
11/17/12
11/9/13
9/28/13
9/21/13
10/6/12
8/29/14
11/8/14
KEVIN MONANGAI CAREER 100-YARD RUSHING GAMES
QUARTER BY QUARTER: Villanova has outscored its opponents
in all four quarters this season. The team’s most prolific scoring
quarter has been the second where the Wildcats have tallied 119
points. Villanova has started fast outscoring the opposition by a 9338 margin in the first quarter.
1st Quarter
2nd Quarter
3rd Quarter
4th Quarter
Overtime
Yds./Att.
287/26
256/27
249/21
233/27
228/33
214/22
202/24
201/23
Name
Brian Westbrook
John Robertson
Pat Kennedy
Brian Westbrook
Brian Westbrook
John Robertson
Brian Westbrook
Pete D’Alonzo
Carries
30
16
25
24
18
15
26
17
17
17
Avg.
6.4
10.6
6.0
6.1
7.2
8.6
4.5
6.4
6.1
5.9
Long
42
81
18
40
33
62
25
27
20
23
TDs
2
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
0
0
Opponent
Maine
Morgan State
James Madison
Delaware
Georgia State
James Madison
Old Dominion
Penn
Towson
Penn
Date
9/29/12
10/25/14
11/10/12
11/17/12
10/20/12
9/20/14
10/13/12
9/22/12
10/27/12
9/28/13
AUSTIN MEDLEY CAREER 100-YARD RUSHING GAMES
Yards Carries
125
16
100
17
~
TV: ASN
~
Avg.
7.8
5.9
Long
38
33
TDs
0
1
Opponent
Fordham
Maine
RADIO: CBS SPORTS RADIO 610
Date
9/8/12
10/29/11
6
GAME 11: NO. 6 VILLANOVA (8-2, 5-1) VS. ALBANY (6-4, 2-4)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2014
VILLANOVA STADIUM (12,000)
VILLANOVA, PA.
SCORING 40: In seven of the 10 games this season, including all
five home contests, Villanova has scored 40 or more points. The
team’s best scoring effort of the season came in week two with a 506 win over Fordham. Entering play this week versus Albany, Villanova is averaging 38.5 points per game and 459.4 yards of total
offense per contest. The Wildcats rank first in the CAA and 11th in
the country in scoring offense and third in the CAA and 21st in FCS
football in total offense.
VILLANOVA 1,000 YARD SINGLE-SEASON RUSHERS
Name
1. Brian Westbrook
2. John Robertson
3. Brian Westbrook
4. Kevin Monangai
5. Aaron Ball
6. Brian Westbrook
7. John Robertson
8. Curtis Sifford
POPPY PERFORMS: Senior wide receiver Poppy Livers continues
to be Villanova’s top receiving threat. Last Saturday against Towson,
Livers led the Wildcats in receiving with seven catches for 78 yards.
On his final catch of the game last week, Livers surpassed the 1,500
yard receiving plateau and now has 1,511 receiving yards on 122 career receptions. Livers currently ranks 15th on Villanova’s all-time
receiving yards list. After 10 games this season, he has made a teamhigh 48 receptions for a team-best 706 yards and a team-high seven
touchdowns.
Name
1. Brian Westbrook
2. John Robertson
3. Brian Finneran
Mike Siani
Name
1. Brian Westbrook
2. John Robertson
WEEK 11 VS. ALBANY ~
~
Years
1997-01
2011-present
VILLANOVA OVERTIME GAMES UNDER ANDY TALLEY
CAA Rank
1
1
1
1
2
KICKOFF: 7:00 PM
Touchdowns
54
40
During head coach Andy Talley’s tenure, Villanova has played 15 overtime games and in those 15 contests the Wildcats are 10-5 (.667). Villanova
has won eight of its last 11 overtime games. The team’s last overtime
game came in the season opener when the Wildcats were defeated by
Syracuse, 27-26, in double overtime. Villanova’s last overtime win was a
28-21 triumph at Delaware on Nov. 20, 2010.
Where He Ranks
(John Robertson among the FCS and CAA stat leaders)
TOP 5 PASSER: During a game two weeks ago at Richmond, junior
quarterback John Robertson moved past Tom Colombo (1989-92) and
into fifth place on Villanova’s all-time passing yards list. Robertson
currently has 6,109 passing yards to his credit. With 133 more yards
through the air, Robertson will move past Chris Whitney (2007-10)
into fourth place on the school’s passing yards list.
Years
1997-01
2011-present
1994-97
1969-71
OVERTIME HISTORY
NATIONALLY SPEAKING: Junior quarterback John Robertson
ranks in the top five in six different NCAA FCS statistical categories,
including leading the way in three. After 10 contests, Robertson is
160-of-236 (67.8%) for 2,187 yards with 29 touchdowns and two interceptions to go with 164 carries for 693 yards and six scores.
FCS Rank
1
1
2
3
5
Touchdowns
89
40
34
34
VILLANOVA LEADERS: CAREER RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS
HAVING A NOSE FOR THE BALL: Villanova enters play this
week with a CAA-leading 13 interceptions. Of the 13, five have been
recorded by sophomore corner Jason Ceneus who leads the league
and ranks fifth nationally in the interception department. Ceneus
has been outstanding the last three weeks where he has had an interception in three straight games, including four picks in the last
three games combined.
Stat
184.5
210
29
9.27
67.8
Season
2001
2013
2000
2012
2008
1998
2012
1996
VILLANOVA LEADERS: CAREER TOTAL TOUCHDOWNS
PICK PARTY: With a two interception performance turned in last
week against Towson, the Villanova Wildcats raised their CAA leading interception total to 13. Of the 13 interceptions, six have come in
the last three weeks. Sophomore Jason Ceneus leads the conference
with five interceptions, while senior safety Joe Sarnese ranks second
on the team with three. Last week’s two picks were credited to Sarnese and Ceneus. Villanova had 10 interceptions all of last season.
Category
Passing Efficiency
Points Responsible For
Passing Touchdowns
Yards Per Pass Attempt
Completion Percentage
Yards Rushing
1,603 yards
1,405 yards
1,220 yards
1,210 yards
1,081 yards
1,046 yards
1,021 yards
1,001 yards
Date
Aug. 29, 2014
Nov. 20, 2010
Sept. 20, 2008
Oct. 13, 2007
Sept. 15, 2007
Sept. 6, 2003
Oct. 6, 2001
Nov. 11, 2000
Nov. 20, 1999
Oct. 16, 1999
Sept. 12, 1998
Sept. 23, 1995
Sept. 17, 1994
Oct. 7, 1989
Sept. 24, 1988
TV: ASN
~
Opponent
at Syracuse
at Delaware
at Penn
at Massachusetts
Maine
at Temple
James Madison
William & Mary
Delaware
at Connecticut
Delaware
James Madison
Delaware
Connecticut
at Boston University
Result
Loss
Win
Win
Loss
Win
Win
Win
Loss
Win
Win
Win
Loss
Loss
Win
Win
RADIO: CBS SPORTS RADIO 610
Score
27-26 (2ot)
28-21
20-14
24-32 (4ot)
24-17
23-20 (2ot)
45-44
41-48
51-45
48-45 (3ot)
34-31
27-28
31-38
41-35 (6ot)
31-24
7
GAME 11: NO. 6 VILLANOVA (8-2, 5-1) VS. ALBANY (6-4, 2-4)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2014
VILLANOVA STADIUM (12,000)
VILLANOVA, PA.
MOVING ON UP: Quarterback John Robertson enters play this week
with 240 career points which ranks him fourth on Villanova’s all-time
scoring list. Next up ahead for Robertson is Mark Kiefer (1994-97) who
is in third place on the all-time scoring list with 241 career points. Casey
Hannon (1998-01) is second on the list with 265 points, while Brian Westbrook scored a school record 544 points from 1997-01.
THE GROUND GAME: Villanova is led on the ground by senior running back Kevin Monangai. After 10 games, Monangai has rushed for
a team-high 698 yards on 139 carries (5.0 avg.) and eight touchdowns.
In the last three games, he has gained 257 yards on 44 carries (5.8 avg.)
and two touchdowns.
RUNNING AHEAD: Senior running back Kevin Monangai currently
ranks fourth on Villanova’s career rushing yards list with 2,727 career
yards and trails Aaron Ball (2007-10) by 190 yards for the third spot.
SUPER SARNESE: The Villanova defense received a big effort from
senior safety Joe Sarnese in last week’s win over Towson. Sarnese registered a game-high 11 tackles to go with an interception that was returned 48 yards for a touchdown. This was Sarnese’s first career
interception return for a touchdown. His first career score came on a
fumble recovery for a touchdown against Stony Brook on Sept. 21,
2013. For the season, Sarnese has 60 tackles, three interceptions (second
on team) and two tackles for loss.
DOMINANT DEFENDER: Junior linebacker Don Cherry registered
his fifth double digit tackle game of the season in last Saturday’s win
over Towson when he had 10 total tackles. This was the fourth time in
the last six games that he has posted a double digit tackle game. His
best effort of the season came on Oct. 18 when he totaled a career-high
16 total stops to go with a sack and a forced fumble. The 16 tackles are
the most by a Villanova Wildcat since Allyn Bacchus had 16 tackles at
James Madison on Nov. 12, 2005. After 10 games, Cherry leads the
Wildcats in tackles (96), tackles for loss (17.5), sacks (9) and forced fumbles (5).
Don Cherry -- Double Digit Tackle Games in 2014
Date
September 20
October 4
October 11
October 18
November 8
Opponent
James Madison
Maine
Rhode Island
William & Mary
Towson
Tackles
12
12
11
16
10
Solo-Assisted
9-3
4-8
7-4
9-7
7-3
VILLANOVA CAREER PASSING YARDS
Name
1. Chris Boden
2. Kirk Schulz
3. Brett Gordon
4. Chris Whitney
5. John Robertson
6. Tom Colombo
Years
1996-99
1986-89
1999-02
2007-10
2011-pres.
1989-92
Yards
10,146
9,676
9,639
6,241
6,109
5,825
Att.
1412
1330
1246
833
736
830
Comp.
868
793
833
541
481
489
Pct.
61.5
59.6
66.8
65.0
65.4
59.8
TD
99
74
83
55
56
41
INT
31
73
37
20
16
42
VILLANOVA CAREER RUSHING YARDS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Name
Brian Westbrook
John Robertson
Aaron Ball
Kevin Monangai
Vince Thompson
Years
1997-01
2011-pres.
2007-10
2011-pres.
1975-78
Yards
4,499
3,120
2,916
2,727
2,533
Att.
725
571
589
535
628
Avg.
6.2
5.5
5.0
5.1
4.0
TD
54
40
25
25
21
High
287
256
137
192
169
Avg./Gm.
High
444
463
361
425
359
VILLANOVA CAREER TOTAL OFFENSE
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Name
Chris Boden
Brett Gordon
Kirk Schulz
John Robertson
Chris Whitney
Years
1996-99
1999-02
1986-89
2011-pres.
2007-10
Yards
10,146
9,317
9,261
9,229
8,401
Plays
1,368
1,398
1,571
1,307
1,414
Avg.
7.4
6.7
5.9
7.1
5.9
271.4
VILLANOVA CAREER SCORING
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Name
Brian Westbrook
Casey Hannon
Mark Kiefer
John Robertson
Mark Hamilton
Joe Marcoux
Brian Finneran
Adam James
Years
1997-01
1998-01
1994-97
2010-pres.
2010-13
2005-08
1994-97
2001-05
Points
544
265
241
240
229
221
216
211
TD
89
FG
0-0
PAT
0-0
2PT
SAF
0
40
0
0-0
33-42
0-0
130-133
0
0
0
0
SETTING THE PACE: Linebacker Don Cherry leads the CAA in two
statistical categories and ranks in the top five in three other rankings.
Cherry leads the league in forced fumbles (5) and solo tackles (59), and
he ranks third in tackles for loss (17.5), fifth in sacks (9) and fifth in total
tackles (96).
Where He Ranks
(Don Cherry among the FCS and CAA stat leaders)
Category
Forced Fumbles/Game
Solo Tackles/Game
Tackles For Loss/Game
Sacks/Game
Total Tackles/Game
Stat
0.50
5.9
1.8
0.90
9.6
WEEK 11 VS. ALBANY ~
FCS Rank
3
10
13
18
27
CAA Rank
1
1
3
5
5
KICKOFF: 7:00 PM
~
TV: ASN
~
RADIO: CBS SPORTS RADIO 610
8
GAME 11: NO. 6 VILLANOVA (8-2, 5-1) VS. ALBANY (6-4, 2-4)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2014
VILLANOVA STADIUM (12,000)
VILLANOVA, PA.
RED ZONE SCORING: Villanova has had great success scoring
touchdowns inside the red zone. Entering play this Saturday versus
Albany, the Wildcats have scored a touchdowns in 22 of their last
24 trips inside the red zone. Villanova had scored 16 straight red
zone touchdowns until an interception on a third and goal from the
seven-yard line in a game at Richmond on Nov. 1. The Wildcats
have scored on 84 percent (41-49) of their red zone chances, including scoring a touchdown at a 76 percent rate (37-49).
POSITION CHANGE: The Villanova coaching staff made a position change last month when senior tight end Morgan Craig was
moved to defensive end. Craig is currently listed as the back-up behind Reggie Paris at one end position.
IRON MAN: Senior offensive tackle Vince Kowalski will be making his 45th consecutive start this Saturday against Albany. He
started all 11 games in 2011, all 12 games in 2012 and all 11 games
in 2013. During his sophomore campaign in 2012, Kowalski was a
third team All-CAA selection.
HIGH EXPECTATIONS: Villanova was picked to finish second in
the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) in the league’s preseason
poll. The poll is a vote by league head coaches, sports information
directors and selected media members. The Wildcats, who earned
two first place votes in the preseason poll, Villanova returns 15
starters and 33 letterwinners from last year’s team that went 6-5
overall and 5-3 in CAA play.
INDIVIDUAL RECOGNITION: Junior quarterback John Robertson has been named the CAA preseason Offensive Player of the
Year. Robertson enters his third year as the Villanova starting signal
caller in 2014. As a sophomore last season, Robertson completed 169of-247 for 1,957 yards to go with 13 touchdowns and seven interceptions. He also ran for a team-best 1,405 yards on 217 carries (6.5 avg.)
and 20 touchdowns a season ago.
NATIONAL RECOGNITION: In addition to being the CAA preseason Offensive Player of the Year, quarterback John Robertson
has also earned national acclaim. Robertson has earned third team
preseason All-American honors by the Sports Network and he has
been named to the preseason Walter Payton Watch List. The Payton
Award is given to the top player in FCS Football. As a sophomore
last season, he finished ninth in the final voting for the Payton
Award. For his efforts as a freshman in 2012, Robertson won the
Jerry Rice Award which is given to the top rookie in FCS Football.
PRESEASON HONORS: Two Wildcat offensive linemen joined
quarterback John Robertson in garnering preseason honors. Senior
center Ross Hall and senior offensive tackle Vince Kowalski were
both named to the CAA preseason All-Conference squad. Hall was
a third team All-CAA selection last year, while Kowalski was a third
team honoree in 2012.
TEAM LEADERS: Villanova will have co-captains for the 2014 season. Senior wide receiver Poppy Livers and senior safety Joe Sarnese will serve as captains for head coach Andy Talley and the
Wildcats.
WEEK 11 VS. ALBANY ~
KICKOFF: 7:00 PM
~
JOHN ROBERTSON CAREER GAME BY GAME STATS
2011 (FRESHMAN)
Date Opponent
9/1
at Temple
TOTALS (1 G)
Passing
0-0-0
0-0-0
Yards
0
0
TDs
0
0
Rushing
1-1
1-1
TDs
0
0
Tot. Off.
1
1
Rushing
15-78
14-46
11-63
8-55
14-79
18-117
24-189
11-87
21-27
21-61
17-134
15-85
189-1021
TDs
1
1
1
1
1
0
3
1
1
2
1
1
14
Tot. Off.
213
124
234
268
207
425
340
183
243
202
327
220
2986
Rushing
13-94
10-28
20-119
15-132
18-70
32-150
27-256
22-214
17-44
12-133
31-165
217-1405
TDs
0
2
1
1
1
3
3
4
0
4
1
20
Tot. Off.
252
192
259
398
224
332
378
335
263
312
417
3362
Rushing
34-115
14-61
11-19
9-45
17-58
8-61
18-63
11-99
22-65
20-107
164-693
TDs
0
1
0
0
0
0
2
2
0
1
6
Tot. Off.
314
277
356
275
343
250
330
242
204
289
2880
0
14
20
6
40
1
2986
3362
2880
9229
2012 (REDSHIRT FRESHMAN)
Date Opponent
8/31 at Temple
9/8
Fordham
9/15 Rhode Island
9/22 at Penn
9/29 at Maine
10/6 Richmond
10/13 at Old Dominion
10/20 at Georgia State
10/27 Towson
11/10 James Madison
11/17 at Delaware
11/24 at Stony Brook
TOTALS (12 G)
Passing
9-17-0
8-17-0
14-27-0
13-20-0
11-16-1
24-38-3
10-18-0
8-11-1
17-23-0
8-14-0
15-21-0
15-31-2
152-253-7
Yards
135
78
171
213
128
308
151
96
216
141
193
135
1965
TDs
0
1
0
1
2
1
1
2
4
1
1
0
14
2013 (SOPHOMORE)
Date Opponent
8/31 at Boston College
9/7
at Fordham
9/21 Stony Brook
9/28 Penn
10/5 William & Mary
10/12 at Towson
10/19 atNewHampshire
10/26 Maine
11/2 at James Madison
11/9 at Rhode Island
11/23 Delaware
TOTALS (11 G)
Passing
16-25-2
12-21-0
9-12-0
19-28-0
21-28-1
17-18-0
15-17-0
13-22-1
20-37-1
8-11-1
19-28-1
169-247-7
Yards
158
164
140
266
154
182
122
121
219
179
252
1957
TDs
1
0
1
3
0
2
0
1
2
0
3
13
2014 (JUNIOR)
Date Opponent
8/29 at Syracuse
9/6
Fordham
9/20 James Madison
9/27 at Penn
10/4 at Maine
10/11 Rhode Island
10/18 atWilliam&Mary
10/25 Morgan State
11/1 at Richmond
11/8 Towson
TOTALS (9 G)
Passing
16-27-0
17-24-0
22-27-0
15-21-0
16-25-1
13-16-0
20-32-0
13-18-0
12-25-1
16-21-0
160-236-2
Yards
199
216
337
230
285
189
267
143
139
182
2187
TDs
1
3
4
4
4
4
2
2
1
3
29
CAREER TOTALS (2011-14)
2011 (1 G)
2012 (12 G)
2013 (11 G)
2014 (9 G)
CAREER (33 G)
TV: ASN
~
0-0-0
152-253-7
169-247-7
160-236-2
481-736-16
0
1965
1957
2187
6109
0
14
13
29
56
1-1
189-1021
217-1405
164-693
571-3120
RADIO: CBS SPORTS RADIO 610
9
GAME 11: NO. 6 VILLANOVA (8-2, 5-1) VS. ALBANY (6-4, 2-4)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2014
VILLANOVA STADIUM (12,000)
VILLANOVA, PA.
PROFESSIONALLY SPEAKING: There are currently four Villanova
Wildcats on NFL rosters. The four include safety Ross Ventrone (Pittsburgh Steelers), fullback Darrel Young (Washington Redskins), offensive lineman Ben Ijalana (New York Jets) and Ray Ventrone (San
Francisco 49ers). In addition, Matt Szczur, who was the 2009 CAA Offensive Player of the Year and MVP of the 2009 national championship
game, made his Major League Baseball debut in 2014 while playing for
the Chicago Cubs.
CAA WEEKLY HEAD COACH TELECONFERENCE: Each Monday
during the season the CAA Football coaches teleconference will open
with the release of the CAA Football weekly award winners, a recap
of the weekend and a preview of the upcoming week. CAA Football
coaches will be available to answer questions beginning at 10:10 a.m.
(ET). The weekly lineup is listed below.
2014 CAA Football Media Teleconference Lineup
(All Times Eastern)
10:00 a.m. – CAA Football Update
10:10 a.m. – Jack Cosgrove, Maine
10:20 a.m. – Sean McDonnell, New Hampshire
10:30 a.m. – Chuck Priore, Stony Brook
10:40 a.m. – Greg Gattuso, Albany
10:50 a.m. – Jim Fleming, Rhode Island
11:00 a.m. – Andy Talley, Villanova
11:10 a.m. – Dave Brock, Delaware
11:20 a.m. – Rich Skrosky, Elon
11:30 a.m. – Everett Withers, James Madison
11:40 a.m. – Danny Rocco, Richmond
11:50 a.m. – Jimmye Laycock, William & Mary
Noon – Rob Ambrose, Towson
WEEK 11 VS. ALBANY ~
KICKOFF: 7:00 PM
~
TV: ASN
~
RADIO: CBS SPORTS RADIO 610
10
GAME 11: NO. 6 VILLANOVA (8-2, 5-1) VS. ALBANY (6-4, 2-4)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2014
VILLANOVA STADIUM (12,000)
VILLANOVA, PA.
2014 NUMERICAL ROSTER
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
23
24
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
37
39
40
41
42
Austin Medley
RB, Sr., 5-11, 205 lbs.
Franklinville, N.J./Delsea
Kevin Monangai
RB, Sr., 5-8, 210 lbs.
Roseland, N.J./Seton Hall Prep
Mike Burke
WR, Jr., 6-2, 210 lbs.
Columbia, Pa./Columbia
Kevin Gulyas
WR, Jr., 5-11, 190 lbs.
Allentown, Pa./Allentown Central Catholic
Gary Underwood
RB, Jr., 5-11, 215 lbs.
Cincinnati, Ohio/Winton Woods
Jason Ceneus
DB, So., 5-9, 165 lbs.
New Rochelle, N.Y./ New Rochelle
Cameron McCurry
S, Jr., 5-11, 200 lbs.
Orange Park, Fla./Fleming Island
Trey Johnson
DB, So., 5-11, 165 lbs.
Lutz, Fla./ Steinbrenner
Aaron Wells
WR, Jr., 5-8, 190 lbs.
Ellicott City, Md./River Hill
Peter Burkly
QB, So., 5-9, 180 lbs.
Boonton Twp., N.J./ Seton Hall Prep
Javon White
RB, Jr., 5-11, 195 lbs.
Telford, Pa./Souderton
Chris Polony
QB, Sr., 6-3, 210 lbs.
Whitehall, Pa./Whitehall
Shayne Jones
DB, So., 6-0, 205 lbs.
Hillsborough, N.J./Immaculata
Zack Bednarczyk
QB, Fr., 6-1, 200 lbs.
Wallington, N.J./DePaul Catholic
Joey Harmon
LB, Sr., 6-0, 235 lbs.
Pembroke Pines, Fla./Salisbury School (Conn.)
Cody Pittman
QB, Jr., 5-9, 180 lbs.
Los Alamitos, Calif./ Servite
Rob Rolle
DB, Fr., 6-0, 180 lbs.
Newfield, N.J./Delsea
Poppy Livers
WR, Sr., 5-7, 170 lbs.
Seaside, Calif./St. Francis
John Robertson
QB, Jr., 6-1, 220 lbs.
Paramus, N.J./Paramus
Joe Sarnese
DB, Sr., 5-11, 200 lbs.
Ventnor, N.J./Holy Spirit
Wesley Smith
DB, R-Fr., 5-9, 170 lbs.
Miramar, Fla./University School
Lorenzo Fertitta
DB, R-Fr., 5-9, 165 lbs.
Las Vegas, Nev./ Bishop Gorman
Taurus Phillips
WR, Fr., 5-9, 175 lbs.
Beacon, N.Y./Beacon
C.J. Logan
DB, So., 5-11, 200 lbs.
Watertown, Mass./Northfield Mt. Hermon
Malik Reaves
DB, Fr., 6-0, 185 lbs.
Jacksonville, Fla./Duncan Fletcher
Chris Burley
WR, Jr., 5-11, 185 lbs.
Dover, Ohio/ Tuscarawas Central Catholic
Jerry Miles
DB, Sr., 5-11, 195 lbs.
Dublin, Ohio/Scioto
Matt McCann
S, Jr., 5-9, 200 lbs.
Pittsburgh, Pa./Keystone Oaks
Matt Gudzak
RB, Fr., 5-9, 195 lbs.
Toms River, N.J./Toms River East
Rasaan Stewart
DB, Fr., 6-1, 195 lbs.
Collegeville, Pa./Perkiomen Valley
Ed Shockley
LB, Fr., 5-11, 220 lbs.
Millville, N.J./Millville
Travis Clark
LB, So., 5-10, 215 lbs.
Rumson, N.J./ Rumson-Fair Haven
Chris Gough
K, Sr., 6-3, 185 lbs.
Winslow, N.J./St. Augustine Prep
Terrance Howell
DB, Jr., 5-9, 170 lbs.
Columbia, Md./River Hill
Matt Rushton
DB, So., 5-10, 200 lbs.
Media, Pa./ Episcopal Academy
Fred O’Connor
RB, Sr., 5-9, 215 lbs.
Keswick, Va./Covenant School
Nick Fernandez
DB, So., 5-8, 170 lbs.
Miami, Fla./ Christopher Columbus
Corey Majors
LB, Jr., 6-0, 245 lbs.
Levittown, Pa./Worcester Academy (Mass.)
WEEK 11 VS. ALBANY ~
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
58
59
60
63
65
66
67
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
Justin Causa
WR, So., 5-11, 190 lbs.
Wyomissing, Pa./ Wyomissing Area
Don Cherry
LB, Jr., 6-1, 220 lbs.
Trumbull, Conn./Trumbull
Austin Calitro
LB, So., 6-0, 240 lbs.
Danbury, Conn./Danbury
Robert Witman
WR, So., 6-4, 200 lbs.
Pottsville, Pa./ Pottsville
Zac Wilson
DB, Fr., 5-9, 185 lbs.
Coopersburg, Pa./Southern Lehigh
Collin Linden
LS, Fr., 6-2, 160 lbs.
Windermere, Fla./Bishop Moore
T.J. White
LB, So., 6-1, 225 lbs.
West Chester, Pa./Henderson
Joseph Sotomayor
LB, Fr., 6-0, 215 lbs.
Melville, N.Y./Saint Anthony’s
Jonathan Green
OL, So., 6-2, 310 lbs.
Ashland, Pa./North Schuylkill
Pat Williams
DL, Sr., 6-0, 285 lbs.
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla./University School
Michael Williams
DL, R-Fr., 6-4, 280 lbs.
Woodlawn, Md./ Archbishop Spalding
Dillon Lucas
LB, Jr., 6-0, 225 lbs.
Medford, N.J./Shawnee
Jordan Hunter
DL, Jr., 6-2, 320 lbs.
Burlington Twp., N.J./Burlington Twp.
Manny Aleshinloye
S, So., 5-11, 210 lbs.
Hershey, Pa./ Milton Hershey School
Jeff Steeb
LB, Fr., 6-0, 220 lbs.
Sweetwater, N.J./Holy Spirit
Gregg Kobelski
LB, Fr., 6-0, 205 lbs.
Andover, Mass./St. John’s Prep
Matt Donoghue
OL, R-Fr., 6-4, 280 lbs.
Garnet Valley, Pa./ Garnet Valley
Fran Walsh
DL, So., 6-0, 235 lbs.
Warrington, Pa./ Archbishop Wood
Nico D’Angelo
OL, So., 6-3, 295 lbs.
Margate, N.J./Holy Spirit
Alex Coren
OL, Fr., 6-2, 290 lbs.
Lake Worth, Fla./Palm Beach Central
Justin Rhinesmith
OL, Jr., 6-3, 285 lbs.
Cape May Court House, N.J./Middle Twp.
Peter Sotiriou
OL, Sr., 6-3, 295 lbs.
Silver Spring, Md./Our Lady of Good Counsel
George Benakis
OL, Jr., 6-5, 340 lbs.
Toronto, Ontario/ Bridgeton Academy (Maine)
Ross Hall
OL, Sr., 6-4, 285 lbs.
Leola, Pa./Lancaster Catholic
Kyle Wallace
OL, Jr., 6-2, 280 lbs.
Larksville, Pa./Wyoming Seminary
Chris Buchalski
OL, Fr., 6-3, 290 lbs.
Sound Beach, N.Y./Miller Place
Vince Kowalski
OL, Sr., 6-4, 300 lbs.
Williamstown, N.J./Williamstown
Brandon Hitner
OL, Fr., 6-6, 260 lbs.
Glen Mills, Pa./Garnet Valley
Jake Prus
OL, So., 6-6, 290 lbs.
Woodstown, N.J./Woodstown
Brad Seaton
OL, So., 6-8, 310 lbs.
Bronx, N.Y./Brunswick School (Conn.)
Lincoln Collins
WR, R-Fr., 6-3, 190 lbs.
Nahant, Mass./ Boston College HS
Earnest Pettway
TE, Sr., 6-4, 250 lbs.
Long Beach, Calif./Long Beach Poly
Alex Padovani
WR, Fr., 6-0, 205 lbs.
Hammonton, N.J./Hammonton
Anthony DeCamillo
WR, Jr., 6-3, 210 lbs.
Bentleyville, Ohio/Chagrin Falls
Morgan Craig
DE, Sr., 6-2, 260 lbs.
Clarks Summit, Pa./Abington Heights
Ryan Bell
TE, Fr., 6-3, 215 lbs.
Basking Ridge, N.J./Ridge
Jacob Gribb
WR, Jr., 6-2, 210 lbs.
Pottstown, Pa./ Pope John Paul II
Clay Horne
WR, Sr., 6-6, 225 lbs.
St.Paul, Minn./Lawrence Academy (Mass.)
KICKOFF: 7:00 PM
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89
90
91
92
94
95
96
97
98
99
Reggie Paris
DL, Jr., 6-3, 245 lbs.
Pemberton, N.J./Pemberton
Ryan Morris
TE, So., 6-3, 240 lbs.
Barnegat, N.J./Barnegat/Purdue
Noble Ajakaiye
DL, Jr., 6-0, 255 lbs.
Harrisburg, N.C./Hickory Ridge
Thomas Plonski
DL, R-Fr., 6-5, 250 lbs.
Brooklyn, N.Y./ Brooklyn Tech
Tanoh Kpassagnon
DL, So., 6-7, 265 lbs.
Ambler, Pa./Wissahickon
John Hinchen
K/P, So., 5-11, 175 lbs.
Saddle River, N.J./ Northern Highlands
Steve Weyler
K/P, Fr., 5-10, 170 lbs.
Media, Pa./Cardinal O’Hara
Preston Seiler
K/P, Fr., 5-11, 165 lbs.
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla./Cardinal Gibbons
Doug Turrell
TE, Sr., 6-5, 275 lbs.
Orefield, Pa./ Parkland
Eric Drains
DL, Fr., 6-4, 310 lbs.
Philadelphia, Pa./Father Judge
Ricky Young
DL, Fr., 6-2, 290 lbs.
Telford, Pa./Souderton
Head Coach
Andy Talley (Southern Conn. ‘67)
Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Line
Mark Ferrante (St. Lawrence ‘83)
Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks
Sam Venuto (Delaware ‘79)
Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers
Billy Crocker (Villanova ‘02)
Wide Receivers/Recruiting Coordinator
Brian Flinn (Mt. Union ‘97)
Defensive Line/Special Teams Coordinator
Joe Trainer (Dickinson ‘90)
Running Backs
Darrius Smith (Frostburg State ‘95)
Secondary
Tony Trisciani (Springfield ‘96)
Cornerbacks/Director of Player Personnel
David Riede (Baldwin Wallace ‘03)
Defensive Assistant
Seth Payne (Moravian ‘12)
Offensive Assistant/Tight Ends
John Harrison (Franklin & Marshall ‘12)
Strength & Conditioning Coach
Jake Cox (Kansas ‘08)
Athletic Trainer
Tyler Waite (Ohio State ‘05)
RADIO: CBS SPORTS RADIO 610
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GAME 11: NO. 6 VILLANOVA (8-2, 5-1) VS. ALBANY (6-4, 2-4)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2014
VILLANOVA STADIUM (12,000)
VILLANOVA, PA.
VILLANOVA DEPTH CHART
OFFENSE
DEFENSE
QB
19
12
John Robertson (6-1, 220, Jr.)
Chris Polony (6-3, 210, Sr.)
DE
88
84
Reggie Paris (6-3, 245, Jr.)
Morgan Craig (6-2, 265, Sr.)
RB
2
1
Kevin Monangai (5-8, 210, Sr.)
Austin Medley (5-11, 205, Sr.)
DT
52
55
Pat Williams (6-0, 285, Sr.)
Jordan Hunter (6-2, 320, Jr.)
WR
18
9
Poppy Livers (5-7, 170, Sr.)
Aaron Wells (5-8, 190, Jr.)
DE
90
99
Noble Ajakaiye (6-0, 255, Jr.)
Ricky Young (6-2, 290, Fr.)
WR
3
83
Mike Burke (6-2, 210, Jr.)
Anthony DeCamillo (6-3, 210, Jr.)
LB
15
45
Joey Harmon (6-0, 235, Sr.)
Austin Calitro (6-0, 240, So.)
WR
4
80
87
Kevin Gulyas (5-11, 190, Jr.)
Lincoln Collins (6-3, 190, R-Fr.)
Clay Horne (6-6, 225, Sr.)
MLB
44
33
Don Cherry (6-1, 220, Jr.)
Ed Shockley (5-11, 215, Fr.)
LB
TE
97
89
Doug Turrell (6-5, 275, Sr.)
Ryan Morris (6-3, 240, So.)
54
49
Dillon Lucas (6-0, 225, Jr.)
T.J. White (6-1, 225, So.)
CB
LT
79
60
Brad Seaton (6-8, 310, So.)
Matt Donoghue (6-4, 285, R-Fr.)
6
17
Jason Ceneus (5-9, 165, So.)
Rob Rolle (6-0, 180, Fr.)
CB
RT
76
78
Vince Kowalski (6-4, 300, Sr.)
Jake Prus (6-6, 290, So.)
27
26
Malik Reaves (6-0, 185, Fr.)
C.J. Logan (5-11, 200, So.) OR
FS
C
73
71
Ross Hall (6-4, 285, Sr.) OR
Peter Sotiriou (6-3, 295, Sr.)
20
21
Joe Sarnese (5-11, 200, Sr.)
Wesley Smith (5-9, 170, R-Fr.)
WS
LG
74
65
Kyle Wallace (6-2, 280, Jr.)
Nico D’Angelo (6-3, 295, So.
7
29
Cameron McCurry (5-11, 200, Jr.)
Jerry Miles (5-11, 195, Sr.)
SS
RG
78
71
Jake Prus (6-6, 290, So.)
Peter Sotiriou (6-3, 295, Sr.)
30
13
Matt McCann (5-9, 200, Jr.)
Shayne Jones (6-0, 205, So.)
SPECIALISTS
SPECIALISTS
PK
95
35
Steve Weyler (5-10, 170, Fr.)
Chris Gough (6-3, 185, Sr.)
LS
48
84
Collin Linden (6-2, 160, Fr.)
Morgan Craig (6-2, 260, Sr.)
KO
35
95
Chris Gough (6-3, 185, Sr.)
Steve Weyler (5-10, 170, Fr.)
KR
31
20
Matt Gudzak (5-9, 190, Fr.)
Joe Sarnese (5-11, 200, Sr.)
P
94
35
John Hinchen (5-11, 175, So.)
Chris Gough (6-3, 185, Sr.)
PR
18
4
Poppy Livers (5-7, 170, Sr.)
Kevin Gulyas (5-11, 190, Jr.)
H
16
12
Cody Pittman (5-9, 180, Jr.)
Chris Polony (6-3, 210, Sr.)
WEEK 11 VS. ALBANY ~
KICKOFF: 7:00 PM
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TV: ASN
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RADIO: CBS SPORTS RADIO 610
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GAME 11: NO. 6 VILLANOVA (8-2, 5-1) VS. ALBANY (6-4, 2-4)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2014
VILLANOVA STADIUM (12,000)
VILLANOVA, PA.
ALBANY DEPTH CHART
OFFENSE
DEFENSE
LT
67
75
Kevin Malloy (6-5, 260, R-So.)
Luke Ritter (6-7, 285, Fr.)
DE
93
99
Jack Forster (6-4, 240, R-So.)
Cory Connell (6-2, 245, R-Jr.)
LG
77
66
70
Michael Senn (6-3, 300, So.)
Wesley Sanon (6-3, 270, R-So.) OR
Nick Nerolien (6-2, 285, So.)
NG
91
97
Zach Troutman (6-3, 265, R-Jr.)
Samuel Gray (6-5, 265, Sr.)
DT
C
74
54
Adam Wierbinski (6-3, 265, R-So.)
Andrew Borusso (6-1, 295, R-So.)
94
90
Tom Kologrivov (6-0, 265, R-Sr.)
DaeSean Timmons (6-0, 265, R-Fr.)
RG
78
60
Matthew Campion (6-5, 330, R-So.) OR
Domenic LaFragola (6-2, 275, R-So.)
OLB
50
44
Damian Young (6-1, 215, R-Fr.)
Colin Cooper (6-3, 250, Sr.)
RT
72
71
Adam Pasnik (6-3, 270, R-Jr.)
Tim Wade (6-3, 240, R-Fr.)
ILB
33
51
Christian Dorsey (5-11, 215, R-Sr.)
Nate Hatalsky (6-1, 215, R-Fr.)
QB
14
17
7
Will Fiacchi (6-3, 200, R-Sr.)
Dan Harding (6-4, 220, Jr.) OR
Ryan Smith (6-2, 205, Jr.)
ILB
11
46
Michael Nicastro (5-11, 210, R-So.)
Christian Harris (6-0, 205, R-So.)
OLB
41
32
Malachi Hoskins (6-3, 220, Fr.)
Marcel Ngachie (5-11, 225, So.)
RB
23
20
Omar Osbourne (6-1, 195, R-Sr.)
Andre Martin (5-10, 215, So.)
CB
TE
80
21
42
Brian Parker (6-4, 260, R-Sr.)
Nic Ketter (6-4, 238, R-So.)
Pat O’Connor (6-3, 215, R-Jr.)
8
48
Jojo McClary (5-8, 160, Jr.)
Chris Johnson (6-3, 180, Fr.)
SS
1
43
TJ Idowu (5-11, 210, Sr.)
Jamal Merritt (6-0, 190, R-Jr.)
87
85
Cole King (6-1, 185, R-Sr.)
Brad Harris (6-3, 200, R-Fr.)
FS
27
24
Kyle Sakowski (6-0, 195, Jr.)
Nick Beach (5-11, 175, R-Jr.)
2
88
Josh Gontarek (5-11, 170, Fr.)
Jordan Crockett (5-9, 180, Fr.)
CB
3
85
Jake Meek (6-1, 215, R-Sr.)
Brad Harris (6-3, 200, R-Fr.)
25
15
Jamal Robinson (5-10, 175, Fr.)
Rayshan Clark (6-0, 180, R-So.)
WR
WR
WR
SPECIALISTS
P
37
Jonathan Martin (6-2, 205, R-So.)
PK
47
13
Patrick Toole (5-10, 180, R-Jr.)
Tom O’Riordan (5-10, 200, R-Jr.)
KO
47
Patrick Toole (5-10, 180, R-Jr.)
H
7
Ryan Smith (6-2, 205, Jr.)
WEEK 11 VS. ALBANY ~
KICKOFF: 7:00 PM
SPECIALISTS
~
LS
99
Cory Connell (6-2, 245, R-Jr.)
SS
94
Tim Kologrivov (6-0, 265, R-Sr.)
KR
2
3
15
Josh Gontarek (5-11, 170, Fr.)
Jake Meek (6-1, 215, R-Sr.)
Rayshan Clark (6-0, 180, R-So.)
PR
2
Josh Gontarek (5-11, 170, Fr.)
TV: ASN
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RADIO: CBS SPORTS RADIO 610
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20 1 4 V I L L A N O V A F O O TB A L L
UNIVERSITY OF ALBANY
GAME
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V I L L A N O VA, P A .
ALBANY QUICK FACTS
vs
Location
Albany, N.Y.
Enrollment13,100
Nickname
SCORE
YEARSITE
SCORE
Great Danes
Colors
Purple and Gold
Conference
Northeastern Conference
Stadium (Capacity)
Bob Ford Field (8500)
Stadium Surface
Synthetic Turf
Press Box Phone
TBD
Athletic Director
Dr. Lee McElroy
SID Contact
Lizzie Barlow
SID Office Phone
(518) 442-3359
SID Fax
TBD
WebsiteUAlbanySports.com
Bob Ford
Record at Albany
257-178 (41 yrs)
Overall Record
266-200-1 (45 yrs)
Ryan McCarthy, Drew Christ, Mike Simpson, Mike Morita, Bill Banagan, Don Mion, Aaron Smith, Jamie Casullo, Kevin Ross, Matt Scott
Football Office Phone
TBD
2013 RESULTS
DATE W/LOPPONENT
8/31
L
at Duquesne
9/7
W
at Colgate
9/14
L
Rhode Island
9/21 LCCSU
9/28
L
at Old Dominion
10/5
L
at James Madison
10/12
L
at Delaware
10/19 LTowson
11/1
L
at Richmond
11/9 LMaine
11/16
L
New Hampshire
11/23
L
at Stony Brook
RUSHING
PASSING
Head Coach
Assistant Coaches
2013 STATISTICAL LEADERS
Omar Osbourne
Jake Meek
ALBANY COACHING STAFF
70
SER I ES H ISTORY (FI RST M EETI NG)
YEARSITE
SCORE
24-35
37-34
13-19 OT
17-20
10-66
13-40
30-33
17-44
10-27
27-33
20-37
3-24
Will Fiacchi
RECEIVING
Kevin Chillis
Cole King
Brian Parker
TACKLES
Olatunji Idowu
Christian Dorsey
Randall Exantus
ATTYDS AVG TDS
277
56
1,206
342
4.4
6.1
12
3
ATTCOMP INT YDS
372
207
8
2,358
TDS
NOYDSAVG TDS
59
37
30
664
436
355
11.3
11.8
11.8
5
0
2
UTATTOT
51
46
45
43
39
38
94
85
83
2014 SCHEDULE
TEAM INFORMATION
DATEOPPONENT
8/30
Holy Cross
9/6
at Central Connecticut State
9/20
at Rhode Island
9/27Columbia
10/4
James Madison
10/11Richmond
10/18
at Maine
10/25Colgate
11/1
at New Hampshire
11/8Delaware
11/15
at Villanova
11/22
Stony Brook
2013 Overall Record (Conference): 1-11 (0-8)
Last Meeting
First Meeting
Starters Returning/Lost:
15/9
Off. Starters Returning/Lost: 8/3
Def. Starters Returning/Lost: 5/6
Specialists Returning/Lost:
2/0
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GAME 11: NO. 6 VILLANOVA (8-2, 5-1) VS. ALBANY (6-4, 2-4)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2014
VILLANOVA STADIUM (12,000)
VILLANOVA, PA.
INDIVIDUAL SEASON HIGHS
Rushes
Yards Rushing
TD Rushes
Long Rush
Pass Attempts
Pass Completions
Yards Passing
TD Passes
Long Pass
Receptions
Yards Receiving
TD Receptions
Long Reception
Field Goals
Long Field Goal
Punts
Punting Avg.
Long Punt
Long Punt Return
Long Kickoff Return
Tackles
Tackles For Loss
Sacks
Interceptions
INT Return TDs
34
170
2
2
2
81
32
22
337
4
69
8
123
2
2
2
69
2
42
7
46.2 (6)
64
67
39
16
4.0
3.0
2
2
1
1
THE LAST TIME
John Robertson, at Syracuse (Aug. 29)
Kevin Monangai, vs. Morgan St. (Oct. 25)
Kevin Monangai, (2x), last vs. Morgan St. (Oct. 25)
John Robertson, (2x), last vs. Morgan St. (Oct. 25)
Gary Underwood, at Penn (Sept. 27)
Kevin Monangai, vs. Morgan St. (Oct. 25)
John Robertson, at William & Mary (Oct. 18)
John Robertson, vs. JMU (Sept. 20)
John Robertson, vs. JMU (Sept. 20)
John Robertson, (4x), last vs. URI (Oct. 11)
John Robertson, vs. JMU (Sept. 20)
Poppy Livers, vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
Kevin Gulyas, at Penn (Sept. 27)
Poppy Livers, vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
Poppy Livers, vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
Earnest Pettway, vs. JMU (Sept. 20)
Gary Underwood, vs. JMU (Sept. 20)
Chris Gough, at Syracuse (Aug. 29)
Chris Gough, vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
John Hinchen, vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
John Hinchen, at Richmond (Nov. 1)
John Hinchen, at Richmond (Nov. 1)
Poppy Livers, at Syracuse (Aug. 29)
Gary Underwood, vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
Don Cherry, at William & Mary (Oct. 18)
Don Cherry, vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
Don Cherry, (2x), last at Maine (Oct. 4)
Joe Sarnese, vs. JMU (Sept. 20)
Jason Ceneus, vs. Morgan St. (Oct. 25)
Austin Calitro, vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
Joe Sarnese, vs. Towson (Nov. 8)
VILLANOVA SHUTOUT AN OPPONENT:
Nov. 9, 2013 - Villanova 45, Rhode Island 0
VILLANOVA WAS SHUTOUT:
Sept. 18, 2004 - James Madison 17, Villanova 0
A WILDCAT RETURNED A KICKOFF FOR A TD:
Dec. 17, 2010 - Angelo Babbaro vs. Eastern Washington, 86 yards
AN OPPOSING PLAYER RETURNED A KICKOFF FOR A TD:
Oct. 12, 2013 - Derrick Joseph, Towson, 90 yards
A WILDCAT RETURNED A PUNT FOR A TD:
Aug. 29, 2014 - Poppy Livers vs. Syracuse, 67 yards
AN OPPOSING PLAYER RETURNED A PUNT FOR A TD:
Sept. 23, 2006 - Greg Ambrogi, Penn, 60 yards
VILLANOVA BLOCKED A PUNT:
Oct. 25, 2014 - Pat Williams vs. Morgan State
THE OPPONENT BLOCKED A PUNT:
Oct. 18, 2014 - DeAndre Houston-Carson, William & Mary
A WILDCAT INTERCEPTED THREE PASSES:
Nov. 5, 2011 - James Pitts vs. UMass
VILLANOVA RETURNED AN INT. FOR TD:
Nov. 8, 2014 - Joe Sarnese vs. Towson, 48 yards
AN OPPOSING PLAYER RETURNED AN INT. FOR A TD:
TEAM OFFENSE
Nov. 2, 2013 - De’Andrew Smith, James Madison, 86 yards
First Downs
Rushing Yards
Pass Completions
Passing Yards
Total Offense
Most Plays
Touchdowns
Points
Field Goals
High:
Low:
High:
Low:
High:
Low:
High:
Low:
High:
Low:
High:
Low:
High:
Low:
High:
Low:
High:
Low:
30
14
364
114
22
12
337
139
567
253
87
64
7
1
50
9
2
0
at Penn (Sept. 27)
at Richmond (Nov. 1)
vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25)
at Richmond (Nov. 1)
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20)
at Richmond (Nov. 1)
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20)
at Richmond (Nov. 1)
at Penn (Sept. 27)
at Richmond (Nov. 1)
at Syracuse (Aug. 29)
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
(3x), last vs. Morgan St. (Oct. 25)
at Richmond (Nov. 1)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
at Richmond (Nov. 1)
at Syracuse (Aug. 29)
(7x), last vs. Towson (Nov. 8)
VILLANOVA RETURNED A FUMBLE FOR A TD:
Sept. 21, 2013 - Joe Sarnese vs. Stony Brook, 36 yards
AN OPPOSING PLAYER RETURNED A FUMBLE FOR A TD:
Dec. 17, 2010 - Tyler Washburn, Eastern Washington, 15 yards
A WILDCAT KICKED FIVE FIELD GOALS IN A GAME:
Nov. 18, 1995 - Mark Kiefer vs. Richmond (37, 25, 42, 30, 30 yards)
A WILDCAT RUSHED FOR 100 YARDS IN A GAME:
Nov. 8, 2014 - John Robertson vs. Towson (20/107)
A WILDCAT RUSHED FOR 200 YARDS IN A GAME
Oct. 26, 2013 - John Robertson vs. Maine (22/214)
TWO WILDCATS RUSHED FOR 100 YARDS IN A GAME:
Sept. 28, 2013 - John Robertson vs. Penn (15/132)
Sept. 28, 2013 - Kevin Monangai vs. Penn (17/101)
TEAM DEFENSE
First Downs Allowed
High:
Low:
Rushing Yards Allowed
High:
Low:
Pass Completions Allowed High:
Low:
Passing Yards Allowed
High:
Low:
Total Offense Allowed
High:
Low:
Turnovers Gained
High:
Low:
Fumbles Recovered
High:
Low:
Passes Intercepted
High:
Low:
Sacks
High:
Low:
27
12
182
18
26
13
406
111
568
219
4
0
2
0
3
0
6
0
WEEK 11 VS. ALBANY ~
at William & Mary (Oct. 18)
at Penn (Sept. 27)
vs. Towson (Nov. 8)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
vs. Towson (Nov. 8)
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20)
vs. Towson (Nov. 8)
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
at Richmond (Nov. 1)
at Syracuse (Aug. 29)
(3x), last at Richmond (Nov. 1)
(5x), last vs. Towson (Nov. 8)
vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25)
(4x), last at W&M (Oct. 18)
(2x), last at Maine (Oct. 4)
at Syracuse (Aug. 29)
KICKOFF: 7:00 PM
~
A WILDCAT PASSED FOR OVER 300 YARDS IN A GAME:
Sept. 20, 2014 - John Robertson vs. James Madison, 337 yards (22-27-0-337)
A WILDCAT PASSED FOR OVER 400 YARDS IN A GAME:
Nov. 23, 2002 - Brett Gordon vs. Delaware, 460 yards (39-62-0-460)
A WILDCAT HAD OVER 100 YARDS RECEIVING:
Oct. 11, 2014 - Poppy Livers vs. Rhode Island (7/113)
A WILDCAT HAD OVER 200 YARDS RECEIVING:
Nov. 2, 1996 - Brian Finneran vs. Rhode Island (9/229)
VILLANOVA PLAYED AN OVERTIME GAME:
TV: ASN
Aug. 29, 2014 - Syracuse 27, Villanova 26 (2ot)
~
RADIO: CBS SPORTS RADIO 610
14
GAME 11: NO. 6 VILLANOVA (8-2, 5-1) VS. ALBANY (6-4, 2-4)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2014
VILLANOVA STADIUM (12,000)
VILLANOVA, PA.
GAME 1 RECAP: SYRACUSE 27, NO. 12 VILLANOVA 26 (2OT)
Aug. 29, 2014
Carrier Dome
Syracuse, N.Y.
Score by Quarters
Villanova
Syracuse
SYRACUSE, N.Y.--In a gritty performance against an FBS and ACC opponent
No. 12 Villanova was stifled on a two-point conversion attempt in the second
overtime and fell by a final score of 27-26 to Syracuse in front of an announced
crowd of 41,189 at the Carrier Dome. A game that featured the Wildcats second
punt return for a touchdown in the last 30 years had no shortage of gut-wrenching momentum swings in the fourth quarter and the overtime periods before
the host Orange pulled out a victory by the narrowest of margins.
Junior quarterback John Robertson, who had 314 yards of total offense on the
night, completed consecutive passes to junior running back Gary Underwood
for a combined 20 yards on the final two offensive plays of the game. After an
11-yard completion on 3rd-and-5 from the 20-yard line, Robertson connected
again and Underwood made a one-handed catch in the end zone for a nine-yard
touchdown which pulled Villanova to within 27-26. Syracuse had the ball first
in the second extra period and scored on a one-yard touchdown pass from
punter Riley Dixon to tight end Kendall Moore on a fake field goal.
In the two overtime periods the Orange ran nine goal-to-go plays, including
seven from inside the five-yard line, and each time the Wildcats came up with
potentially game-saving stops to thwart a touchdown. It was after those nine
plays that Syracuse opted for the trick play, and Dixon’s touchdown pass put
the Orange in front, 27-20. Villanova tried for heroics of its own after answering
with a touchdown of its own. Robertson was stuffed on a quarterback sneak to
end the game.
Senior kicker Chris Gough kicked a 24-yard field goal to give the Wildcats a 20-17
lead in the first overtime period and the Orange answered with a 22-yard make
by Ryan Norton after coming up inches short of a touchdown. Senior nose guard
Pat Williams stopped running back Adonis Ameen-Moore on first-and-goal
from the one and junior Jordan Hunter came up with an equally big stop for a
three-yard loss on second down.
The late-game excitement really started late in the third quarter when senior
Poppy Livers returned a punt 67 yards for a touchdown to cut into the Syracuse
lead and get Villanova to within three points at 17-14 with 2:34 remaining in the
third period. Livers also had a 66-yard punt return touchdown at Georgia State
two years ago and is the only Wildcats player in the 30-year Andy Talley era to
achieve the feat. His big return marked the first points for Villanova since early
in the second quarter.
On their ensuing possession after Livers’ touchdown the Orange went threeand-out and the Wildcats then ate up more than nine minutes of clock on a 19play, 80-yard drive which culminated with Gough kicking a game-tying 25-yard
field goal with 7:14 to play in the fourth quarter. Syracuse went three-and-out
again on its next possession and Villanova held the ball for nearly all of what
was left in regulation. Gough had a 25-yard field goal attempt to win the game
with 12 seconds to play but the kick was wide right.
Robertson finished the game with 115 rushing yards on a career-high 34 carries
and he also went 16-of-27 through the air for 199 yards and a touchdown. During the game he passed Vince Thompson (1975-78) and moved into third place
in school history in rushing yards. Robertson has now rushed for 2,542 yards in
his career and he also tallied his 11th career 100-yard rushing game. That is tied
with Thompson for the second-most in school history.
Senior running back Kevin Monangai ran for 46 yards and a touchdown on 12
carries. His five-yard scoring run with 10:17 left in the second quarter got the
Wildcats on the scoreboard and tied the game at 7-7. Livers had a team-high
five receptions for 58 yards and finished with 138 all-purpose yards thanks to
two punt returns totaling 80 yards, including the 67-yard return for a score.
A terrific defensive effort by Villanova was led by junior linebacker Don Cherry,
who had a team-high nine tackles and made two tackles for loss. During regulation the Wildcats held the ball for more than 37 minutes and Villanova finished
the game with 87 offensive plays compared to 69 for the Orange.
The contest was the first overtime affair for the Wildcats since a 28-21 win over
Delaware on November 20, 2010. Villanova is 10-5 in overtime games during
Talley’s coaching tenure and had not lost since a four-overtime loss at Massachusetts (32-24) on October 13, 2007.
WEEK 11 VS. ALBANY ~
KICKOFF: 7:00 PM
~
1
0
7
2
7
3
3
7
7
4
3
0
OT1 OT2
3
6
3
7
[OT]
[9]
[10]
Score
26
27
Record
(0-1)
(1-0)
Scoring Summary:
1st
6:24 Syracue - Prince-Tyson Gulley 65 yd run (Ryan Norton kick), 6-96 2:32,
Syracuse 7 - Villanova 0
2nd
10:17 Villanova - Kevin Monangai 5 yd run (Chris Gough kick), 12-60 4:49,
Villanova 7 - Syracuse 7
6:49 Syracuse - Ryan Norton 38 yd field goal, 14-48 3:28, Syracuse 10 - Villanova 7
3rd
10:04 Syracuse - Adonis Ameen-Moroe 2 yd run (Ryan Norton kick), 13-83 4:56,
Syracuse 17 - Villanova 7
2:34 Villanova - Poppy Livers 67 yd punt return (Chris Gough kick),
Syracuse 17 - Villanova 14
4th
7:14 Villanova - Chris Gough 25 yd field goal, 19-80 9:08, Syracuse 17 - Villanova 17
OT
15:00 Villanova - Chris Gough 24 yd field goal, 7-18 0:00, Villanova 20 - Syracuse 17
OT
15:00 Syracuse - Ryan Norton 22 yd field goal, 7-20 0:00, Villanova 20 - Syracuse 20
OT2
15:00 Syracuse - Kendall Moore 1 yd pass from Riley Dixon, 7-25 0:00,
Syracuse 27 - Villanova 20
OT2
15:00 Villanova - Gary Underwood 9 yd pass from John Robertson)
(John Robertson rush failed), 4-25 0:00, Syracuse 27 - Villanova 26
First Downs
Rushes-Yards
Passing Yards
Passes Attempts-Completions-INT
Total Offensive Plays-Yards
Fumble Returns-Yards-TDs
Punt Returns-Yards-TDs
Kickoff Returns-Yards-TDs
Interception Returns-Yards-TDs
Punts (Number-Average)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards
VU
25
60-190
199
27-16-0
87-389
0-0-0
2-80-1
2-34-0
0-0-0
3-44.0
0-0
11-93
37:48
12 of 20
1 of 1
4-6
0-0
SU
21
34-136
184
35-22-0
69-320
0-0-0
1-minus 1-0
3-76-0
0-0-0
5-43.4
1-0
7-55
22:12
5 of 14
1 of 1
4-4
4-14
Rushing
John Robertson (34-115)
Kevin Monangai (12-46)
Austin Medley (6-14)
Gary Underwood (5-14)
Aaron Wells (1-4)
TEAM (2-minus 3)
Prince-Tyson Gulley (11-100)
Terrel Hunt (3-25)
Adonis Ameen-Moore (10-19)
Devante McFarlane (1-4)
George Morris (5-0)
Austin Wilson (3-minus 4)
Brisly Estime (1-minus 8)
Passing
John Robertson (16-27-0-199)
Terrel Hunt (10-17-0-94)
Austin Wilson (11-17-0-89)
Riley Dixon (1-1-0-1)
Receiving
Poppy Livers (5-58)
Mike Burke (3-50)
Gary Underwood (3-47)
Earnest Pettway (2-22)
Aaron Wells (2-12)
Lincoln Collins (1-10)
Jarrod West (5-59)
Ashton Broyld (5-57)
Prince-Tyson Gulley (4-13)
Ben Lewis (3-28)
Steve Ishmael (2-13)
Adrian Flemming (1-12)
Kendall Moore (1-1)
Brisly Estime (1-1)
Interceptions
None
None
Fumbles-Lost
None
Brisly Estime (1-0)
TV: ASN
~
RADIO: CBS SPORTS RADIO 610
15
GAME 11: NO. 6 VILLANOVA (8-2, 5-1) VS. ALBANY (6-4, 2-4)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2014
VILLANOVA STADIUM (12,000)
VILLANOVA, PA.
GAME 2 RECAP: NO. 10 VILLANOVA 50, NO. 11 FORDHAM 6
Sept. 6, 2014
Villanova Stadium
Villanova, Pa.
Score by Quarters
Fordham
Villanova
1
3
7
2
0
26
3
3
7
4
0
10
Score
6
50
Record
(1-1)
(1-1)
VILLANOVA, Pa.--Led by 514 yards of total offense and another terrific defensive effort, Villanova looked dominant in a 50-6 victory over No. 11 Fordham in
the Wildcats home opener at Villanova Stadium. Five different offensive players
scored touchdowns for Villanova, which also got a pick-six from a defensive unit
that finished the day with two interceptions, six sacks and 12 total tackles for
loss without allowing a touchdown.
Scoring Summary:
1st
3:58 Villanova - John Robertson 20 yd run (Steve Weyler kick), 14-70 5:55,
Villanova 7 - Fordham 0
Junior quarterback John Robertson threw for 216 yards and three touchdowns
on 17-of-24 passing. He also ran for 61 yards and a touchdown on 14 carries before sitting out nearly the entire second half with the game’s outcome already
well in hand. Senior wide receiver Poppy Livers led all players with eight receptions for 110 yards and two touchdowns. Senior running back Austin Medley also caught a touchdown pass, while junior running back Gary Underwood
and freshman running back Matt Gudzak each ran for scores.
2nd
The game was delayed due to lightning for just over an hour early in the second
quarter. Villanova led 7-3 at the time of the delay and just before play was halted
the Rams had used a timeout to mull a 4th-and-6 play from the Wildcats 36-yard
line. The teams had just taken the field following the timeout when play was
suspended with 13:49 to play in the second quarter.
After the delay, Fordham went for it on fourth down and quarterback Michael
Nebrich was sacked by senior nose guard Pat Williams as the Rams turned the
ball over on downs. Villanova then went on to score 26 unanswered points in a
span of 10:52 to end the half and take a commanding 33-3 lead into the locker
rooms.
Underwood scored on a one-yard touchdown run to cap an 11-play drive coming out of halftime and the Wildcats scored twice in the fourth quarter on a field
goal by senior kicker Chris Gough and a 61-yard touchdown run by Gudzak on
the second carry of his collegiate career. He had picked up five yards one play
earlier on his first career run.
Fordham was held to a 31-yard field goal by Micheal Marando in the first quarter
and a 38-yard attempt by Marando just before the end of the third period. Nebrich completed 14-of-28 passes for 182 yards and two interceptions before coming out of the game late. Sam Ajala led the Rams with seven receptions for 95
yards.
If the turning point of the game wasn’t the weather delay, it would have been
the interception by sophomore defensive end Austin Calitro which was returned
35 yards for a touchdown with 4:51 left in the second quarter. That score
stretched the Villanova lead to 26-3 but also ended a dubious streak for the Wildcats defense. Prior to the interception, Villanova had not forced a turnover by
its opponents in a stretch of 447 plays. The streak dated back to the middle of
last year’s game against Towson on October 12, 2013 and included six full games
and parts of two others.
1:49 Fordham - Michael Marando 31 yd field goal, 7-71 2:09,
Villanova 7 - Fordham 3
10:52 Villanova - Austin Medley 16 yd pass from John Robertson
(Steve Weyler kick failed), 7-61 2:49, Villanova 13 - Fordham 3
6:04 Villanova - Poppy Livers 9 yd pass from John Robertson
(Steve Weyler kick failed), 7-49 3:02, Villanova 19 - Fordham 3
4:51 Villanova - Austin Calitro 35 yd interception return (Chris Gough kick),
Villanova 26 - Fordham 3
0:57 Villanova - Poppy Livers 21 yd pass from John Robertson (Chris Gough kick),
7-61 1:29, Villanova 33 - Fordham 3
3rd
10:18 Villanova - Gary Underwood 1 yd run (Chris Gough kick), 11-77 4:42,
Villanova 40 - Fordham 3
0:11 Fordham - Michael Marando 38 yd field goal, 7-9 2:46, Villanova 40 - Fordham 6
4th
10:47 Villanova - Chris Gough 42 yd field goal, 10-40 4:24, Villanova 43 - Fordham 6
6:24 Villanova - Matt Gudzak 61 yd run (Chris Gough kick), 2-66 0:34,
Villanova 50 - Fordham 6
First Downs
Rushes-Yards
Passing Yards
Passes Attempts-Completions-INT
Total Offensive Plays-Yards
Fumble Returns-Yards-TDs
Punt Returns-Yards-TDs
Kickoff Returns-Yards-TDs
Interception Returns-Yards-TDs
Punts (Number-Average)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards
FOR
14
27-18
201
36-16-2
63-219
0-0-0
0-0-0
6-88-0
0-0-0
6-39.5
0-0
3-35
26:28
4 of 14
0 of 2
2-2
3-23
VU
28
55-300
214
25-18-0
80-514
0-0-0
3-21-0
2-60-0
2-67-1
1-37.0
2-1
11-117
33:32
10 of 15
1 of 2
5-6
6-36
Calitro registered the first interception and first touchdown of his career to snap
the streak and junior safety Cameron McCurry tallied his fifth career interception and a 32-yard return later in the second quarter. Villanova started at its
own 39-yard line after McCurry’s interception and Robertson threw a 21-yard
touchdown pass to Livers with 57 seconds remaining in the half to extend the
lead to 33-3. Livers had caught a nine-yard touchdown pass earlier in the period
and Medley had a 16-yard touchdown reception.
Rushing
Kendall Pearcey (10-49)
Peter Maetzold (2-2)
Jarred Brevard (1-0)
Chase Edmonds (9-minus 5)
Michael Nebrich (5-minus 28)
Gary Underwood (8-75)
Matt Gudzak (2-66)
John Robertson (14-61)
Austin Medley (7-34)
Kevin Monangai (12-29)
Chris Polony (4-28)
Balanced production helped the Wildcats eventually run for exactly 300 yards
in the contest. Three different players had at least 60 rushing yards and a total
of six players ran for 28 or more yards. Underwood led the way with a careerhigh 75 yards and his first career rushing touchdown on eight carries. Gudzak
needed only two runs to pick up 66 yards and Robertson added 61 yards. Medley ran for 34 yards on seven carries, senior running back Kevin Monangai
picked up 29 yards and senior quarterback Chris Polony added 28 yards on four
carries in relief of Robertson.
Passing
Michael Nebrich (14-28-2-182)
Peter Maetzold (2-8-0-19)
John Robertson (17-24-0-216)
Chris Polony (1-1-0-minus 2)
Receiving
Sam Ajala (7-95)
Brian Wetzel (3-53)
Dan Light (2-25)
Marcus Jones (2-9)
Robbie Cantelli (1-14)
Ben Johnson (1-5)
Poppy Livers (8-110)
Lincoln Collins (2-35)
Kevin Monangai (2-29)
Austin Medley (2-21)
Aaron Wells (2-minus 1)
Mike Burke (1-15)
Clay Horne (1-5)
Interceptions
None
Austin Calitro (1-35)
Cameron McCurry (1-32)
Fumbles-Lost
None
Poppy Livers (1-1)
TEAM (1-0)
Junior linebacker Don Cherry had career highs of four tackles for loss and three
sacks to help lead the defensive effort. Williams, senior linebacker Joey Harmon
and sophomore defensive tackle Tanoh Kpassagnon had one sack apiece.
WEEK 11 VS. ALBANY ~
KICKOFF: 7:00 PM
~
TV: ASN
~
RADIO: CBS SPORTS RADIO 610
16
GAME 11: NO. 6 VILLANOVA (8-2, 5-1) VS. ALBANY (6-4, 2-4)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2014
VILLANOVA STADIUM (12,000)
VILLANOVA, PA.
GAME 3 RECAP: NO. 8 VILLANOVA 49, JAMES MADISON 31
Sept. 20, 2014
Villanova Stadium
Villanova, Pa.
Score by Quarters
James Madison
Villanova
VILLANOVA, Pa.--Junior quarterback John Robertson had a career-best passing
performance and No. 8 Villanova scored 28 unanswered points in the second half
to surge past James Madison by a final score of 49-31 at Villanova Stadium. A crowd
of 10,781 on Parents’ Weekend saw the Wildcats overcome a 10-point deficit
early in the third quarter and win the CAA Football opener for both teams.
Junior wide receiver Mike Burke finished the game with a team-high five receptions for a career-high 79 yards, while senior wideout Poppy Livers caught
four passes for 85 yards. Junior wide receiver Kevin Gulyas added 68 yards on
four receptions. The running duo of Monangai and senior running back Austin
Medley produced 180 yards and three scores. Medley ran for 51 yards on 10
carries.
2
21
7
3
3
14
4
7
21
Score
31
49
Record
(2-2, 0-1 CAA)
(2-1, 1-0 CAA)
Scoring Summary:
1st
10:30 Villanova - Mike Burke 6 yd pass from John Robertson (Chris Gough kick),
11-82 4:30, Villanova 7 - James Madison 0
2nd
Robertson threw for a career-high 337 yards and matched a career high with four
passing touchdowns. He completed his first 15 attempts of the game and finished
the day 22-of-27 through the air. He connected with eight different receivers,
including four who had at least 68 receiving yards on the afternoon. Senior tight
end Earnest Pettway caught a pair of touchdown passes in the third quarter,
with the latter score giving Villanova the lead for good. Five different players
had a touchdown for the Wildcats, with Pettway and senior running back Kevin
Monangai each scoring twice. Monangai ran for 129 yards on 15 carries.
The teams combined for 1,131 yards of total offense, with the Dukes owning a
slight edge (568-563) in that category. The total yardage in the game was just 36
yards off the single-game school record for combined total offense between Villanova and its opponent. In addition to the 337 yards passing by Robertson, the
Wildcats also ran for 226 yards.
1
0
7
14:53 James Madison - Ishmael Hyman 56 yd pass from Vad Lee (Connor Arnone kick),
5-71 1:51, Villanova 7 - James Madison 7
14:34 Villanova - Kevin Monangai 62 yd run (Chris Gough kick), 1-62 0:10,
Villanova 14 - James Madison 7
12:52 James Madison - Sean Tapley 6 yd pass from Vad Lee (Connor Arnone kick),
4-83 1:34, Villanova 14 - James Madison 14
5:44 James Madison - Deane Cheatham 18 yd pass from Vad Lee (Connor Arnone kick),
5-69 1:17, James Madison 21 - Villanova 14
3rd
10:39 James Madison - Connor Arnone 33 yd field goal, 14-59 4:21,
James Madison 24 - Villanova 14
7:08 Villanova - Earnest Pettway 4 yd pass from John Robertson (Chris Gough kick),
11-67 3:23, James Madison 24 - Villanova 21
1:54 Villanova - Earnest Pettway 7 yd pass from John Robertson (Chris Gough kick),
12-86 3:39, Villanova 28 - James Madison 24
4th
12:07 Villanova - Kevin Monangai 3 yd run (Chris Gough kick), 7-71 2:53,
Villanova 35 - James Madison 24
Both sides traded touchdowns and big plays early on. There were three scores
in a two-minute span early in the second quarter and the score was tied 14-14
with 12:52 remaining before halftime. Burke scored his first career touchdown
on a six-yard pass from Robertson in the first quarter and Monangai scored on
a career-long 62-yard run on the first play of a Villanova drive in the second period.
11:03 Villanova - Austin Medley 2 yd run (Chris Gough kick), 2-4 0:26,
Villanova 42 - James Madison 24
James Madison took its first lead of the game, 21-14, on a Deane Cheatham 18yard touchdown reception with 5:44 to play in the first half. Two lost fumbles
in the final nine minutes before intermission cost the Wildcats a chance to answer
the Dukes go-ahead score, and James Madison eventually extended its lead to
24-14 with 10:39 to play in the third quarter on a 33-yard field goal by Connor
Arnone. By the time the Dukes scored again, the game was well out of reach.
4:03 Villanova - Gary Underwood 69 yd pass from John Robertson (Chris Gough kick),
3-75 1:27, Villanova 49 - James Madison 31
The critical play in the Villanova comeback came on 4th-and-5 from the James
Madison 38-yard line. On third down Robertson threw a short pass which was
dropped, and the Wildcats then decided to go for it on fourth down. Robertson
ran for 16 yards and a first down to keep the drive going, Monangai and Medley
combined for another 18 yards on three successive runs and Robertson finally
threw a four-yard touchdown pass to Pettway which pulled Villanova to within
24-21 with 7:08 left in the third quarter.
After the Dukes were forced to punt on their next possession, Robertson engineered a 12-play, 86-yard drive over the next 3:39 and Pettway’s seven-yard
touchdown catch with 1:54 to go in the third period gave the Wildcats a 28-24
lead.
The third quarter ended with senior safety Joe Sarnese intercepting James Madison
quarterback Vad Lee at the Villanova 29-yard line. Monangai scampered in for
a three-yard touchdown on the Wildcats drive to begin the fourth quarter and
then Sarnese picked Lee off again just two plays in the ensuing Dukes possession. Sarnese returned his second interception of the day 36 yards down to the
James Madison 4-yard line and Medley scored on a two-yard run as Villanova
opened a 42-24 lead with 11:03 left in the game.
A one-yard touchdown run by Lee snapped the Wildcats scoring burst but the
Dukes final scoring drive of the day consumed 5:27 of clock during a 16-play,
76-yard possession. James Madison narrowed the deficit to 42-31 on Lee’s touchdown but Villanova had one more big play left. Robertson’s shovel pass to junior
running back Gary Underwood turned into a 69-yard score and the Wildcats
sealed the outcome with a 49-31 lead and just 4:03 left to play.
Junior linebacker Don Cherry had a game-high 12 tackles to record the first double-digit tackle game by a Villanova player this season. Junior linebacker Dillon
Lucas and senior linebacker Joey Harmon added nine tackles apiece.
WEEK 11 VS. ALBANY ~
KICKOFF: 7:00 PM
~
5:30 James Madison - Vad Lee 1 yd run (Connor Arnone kick), 16-76 5:27,
Villanova 42 - James Madison 31
First Downs
Rushes-Yards
Passing Yards
Passes Attempts-Completions-INT
Total Offensive Plays-Yards
Fumble Returns-Yards-TDs
Punt Returns-Yards-TDs
Kickoff Returns-Yards-TDs
Interception Returns-Yards-TDs
Punts (Number-Average)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards
JMU
25
48-162
406
45-23-2
93-568
0-0-0
0-0-0
5-83-0
0-0-0
5-34.6
3-0
6-33
29:51
9 of 22
3 of 4
4-5
3-12
VU
23
46-226
337
27-22-0
73-563
0-0-0
2-minus 3-0
4-98-0
2-36-0
4-37.5
3-3
5-36
30:09
8 of 13
1 of 1
5-6
2-9
Rushing
Vad Lee (28-72)
Alden Hill (14-56)
Kevin Monangai (15-129)
Austin Medley (10-51)
Passing
Vad Lee (23-43-2-406)
TEAM (0-2-0-0)
John Robertson (22-27-0-337)
Receiving
Deane Cheatham (6-109)
Daniel Brown (4-95)
Ishamel Hyman (4-80)
Mike Burke (5-79)
Poppy Livers (4-85)
Kevin Gulyas (4-68)
Interceptions
None
Joe Sarnese (2-36)
Fumbles-Lost
Vad Lee (2-0)
Daniel Brown (1-0)
John Robertson (1-1)
Kevin Gulyas (1-1)
Gary Underwood (1-1)
TV: ASN
~
RADIO: CBS SPORTS RADIO 610
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GAME 11: NO. 6 VILLANOVA (8-2, 5-1) VS. ALBANY (6-4, 2-4)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2014
VILLANOVA STADIUM (12,000)
VILLANOVA, PA.
GAME 4 RECAP: NO. 6 VILLANOVA 41, PENN 7
Sept. 27, 2014
Franklin Field
Philadelphia, Pa.
Score by Quarters
Villanova
Penn
PHILADELPHIA, Pa.--Junior quarterback John Robertson needed less than 20
minutes of game time to tie a career high with four touchdown passes and No. 6
Villanova rolled to a 41-7 victory over Penn at Franklin Field in the annual meeting between the teams. The win was the third in a row for the Wildcats, who have
matched a program record by scoring 140 points in their last three contests.
All of the scoring in the game came in the first 23 minutes and Villanova scored
on six of its first seven possessions in the rout. Robertson threw touchdown
passes to four different receivers in the first 18:57 of the contest and finished the
day 15-of-21 for 230 yards despite only playing the first half. He has now thrown
four touchdown passes in a game three times in his career, including in back-toback games.
Villanova racked up 567 yards of total offense and has now gained 1,644 yards
in the past three weeks. During their three-game winning streak, the Wildcats
are averaging 46.7 points per game and have a +32.0 scoring margin. In the threegame stretch, Robertson is a sensation 54-of-72 (75.0%) for 783 yards and 11 touchdowns. He has now completed 70.7 percent (70-of-99) of his passes this season.
2
20
7
3
0
0
4
0
0
Score
41
7
Record
(3-1)
(0-2)
Scoring Summary:
1st
12:46 Villanova - Earnest Pettway 36 yd pass from John Robertson
(Chris Gough kick), 6-75 2:14, Villanova 7 - Penn 0
6:21 Villanova - Poppy Livers 9 yd pass from John Robertson (Chris Gough kick),
13-99 5:46, Villanova 14 - Penn 0
3:32 Villanova - Gary Underwood 54 yd run (Chris Gough kick), 3-63 0:53,
Villanova 21 - Penn 0
2nd
13:00 Villanova - Mike Burke 17 yd pass from John Robertson (Chris Gough kick),
9-69 3:57, Villanova 28 - Penn 0
11:03 Villanova - Kevin Gulyas 66 yd pass from John Robertson
(Chris Gough kick failed), 2-70 0:48, Villanova 34 - Penn 0
10:26 Penn - Kyle Wilcox 67 yd run (Jimmy Gammill kick), 3-79 0:30,
Villanova 34 - Penn 7
Senior tight end Earnest Pettway caught a 36-yard pass for a touchdown just over
two minutes into the contest and senior wide receiver Poppy Livers scored on a
nine-yard pass six minutes later. The lead was pushed to 21-0 with 3:32 to play
in the opening period on a 54-yard touchdown run by junior running back Gary
Underwood.
In the second quarter, Robertson connected for touchdowns with junior wide receivers Mike Burke and Kevin Gulyas, while a 14-yard scoring run by Underwood with 6:13 left before halftime closed the scoring in the game. Underwood
ran for a career-high 93 yards on just six carries and the Wildcats had five different
players run for at least 45 yards en route to a 317-yard rushing day. Gulyas caught
five passes for a career-high 123 yards while notching his first game with 100 receiving yards, while Livers also caught five passes on the day.
1
21
0
6:13 Villanova - Gary Underwood 14 yd run (Chris Gough kick), 2-22 0:23,
Villanova 41 - Penn 7
First Downs
Rushes-Yards
Passing Yards
Passes Attempts-Completions-INT
Total Offensive Plays-Yards
Fumble Returns-Yards-TDs
Punt Returns-Yards-TDs
Kickoff Returns-Yards-TDs
Interception Returns-Yards-TDs
Punts (Number-Average)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards
VU
30
55-317
250
26-18-0
81-567
0-0-0
2-15-0
0-0-0
2-6-0
4-40.5
3-2
7-52
36:59
8 of 15
1 of 1
3-5
4-27
PENN
12
31-93
180
30-18-2
61-273
0-0-0
2-7-0
4-102-0
0-0-0
7-42.6
3-1
7-55
23:01
3 of 14
1 of 4
0-1
2-5
The defensive effort in the lopsided victory was just as impressive for Villanova,
which forced three turnovers with two interceptions and a fumble recovery.
Sophomore cornerback Jason Ceneus and senior safety Jerry Miles each picked
off Quakers quarterback Alek Torgersen and senior nose guard Pat Williams recovered a fumble that was forced by junior linebacker Don Cherry. Sophomore
linebacker Austin Calitro had a career-high eight tackles.
Rushing
Gary Underwood (6-93)
Kevin Monangai (13-67)
Matt Gudzak (13-52)
Chris Polony (7-46)
John Robertson (9-45)
Fred O’Connor (4-8)
Cody Pittman (3-6)
Kyle Wilcox (9-93)
Tre Solomon (7-20)
Brian Schoenauer (4-9)
Adam Strouss (1-minus 1)
Alek Torgerseon (10-minus 28)
Nearly half of the Wildcats offensive production came in the first quarter alone.
Villanova had 14 first downs on 27 plays in the opening period – compared with
just two first downs for Penn – and picked up 265 total yards. Underwood ran
for 65 yards on just three carries in the period, while senior running back Kevin
Monangai added 52 yards on eight carries. Robertson also ran for 30 yards in
the quarter while going 9-of-12 for 118 yards through the air.
Passing
John Robertson (15-21-0-230)
Chris Polony (3-5-0-20)
Alek Torgersen (18-30-2-180)
Receiving
Kevin Gulyas (5-123)
Poppy Livers (5-32)
Earnest Pettway (2-46)
Mike Burke (2-30)
Lincoln Collins (1-9)
Kevin Monangai (1-7)
Gary Underwood (1-5)
Aaron Wells (1-minus 2)
Justin Watson (5-65)
Conner Scott (4-44)
Spencer Kulcsar (2-14)
Ryan O’Malley (1-30)
Matt Schwartz (1-12)
Eric Fiore (1-5)
Mitchell King (1-5)
Tre Solomon (1-4)
Danny Gallagher (1-2)
Brian Schoenauer (1-minus 1)
Interceptions
Jerry Miles (1-6)
Jason Ceneus (1-0)
None
Fumbles-Lost
Matt Gudzak (2-2)
Gary Underwood (1-0)
Alek Torgersen (2-1)
Ryan O’Malley (1-0)
Monangai ran for 67 yards on the afternoon, while freshman running back Matt
Gudzak added 52 yards on 13 second-half carries. Robertson finished with 45
rushing yards in the game and senior quarterback Chris Polony rushed seven
times for 46 yards in relief of Robertson in the second half. Polony also was 3-of5 passing for 20 yards.
WEEK 11 VS. ALBANY ~
KICKOFF: 7:00 PM
~
TV: ASN
~
RADIO: CBS SPORTS RADIO 610
18
GAME 11: NO. 6 VILLANOVA (8-2, 5-1) VS. ALBANY (6-4, 2-4)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2014
VILLANOVA STADIUM (12,000)
VILLANOVA, PA.
GAME 5 RECAP: NO. 6 VILLANOVA 41, MAINE 20
Oct. 4, 2014
Alfond Stadium
Orono, Maine
Score by Quarters
Villanova
Maine
1
7
7
2
14
6
3
13
0
4
7
7
Score
41
20
Record
(4-1, 2-0)
(2-3, 1-1)
ORONO, Maine--Led by an offense which surpassed 40 points for a schoolrecord fourth straight game, No. 6 Villanova rolled to a 41-20 victory over Maine
at Alfond Stadium. In the Wildcats first foray on the road in conference play this
season, the same things which had led the team to success in its three previous
games were once again on display.
Scoring Summary:
1st
7:28 Maine - Arthur Williams 25 yd pass from Dan Collins (Sean Decloux kick),
12-82 5:30, Maine 7 - Villanova 0
Junior quarterback John Robertson threw four touchdown passes for the third
straight week and the Villanova defense continued to perform at a high level as
the Wildcats extended their winning streak to four straight games. Villanova
recorded six sacks for the day and limited the Black Bears to just 276 yards of offense. Maine was also 2-of-15 in third-down conversions and the Wildcats held
the ball for more than 17 minutes in the second half to prevent any thoughts of a
Black Bears rally.
2nd
Robertson went 16-of-25 for 285 yards with four touchdowns and his first interception of the season. His four touchdown passes match a career high and he
has now reached that mark four times in his career. He connected with nine different receivers in the game and spread out the touchdowns to four different players. The turning point in the game was a 25-yard pass for a score to freshman
wide receiver Lincoln Collins with 37 seconds left in the second quarter.
3rd
4:42 Villanova - Kevin Monangai 1 yd run (Chris Gough kick), 7-64 2:39,
Villanova 7 - Maine 7
3:19 Maine - Jordan Dunn 2 yd pass from Dan Collins (Sean Decloux rush fumbled),
6-80 1:46, Villanova 14 - Maine 13
0:37 Villanova - Lincoln Collins 25 yd pass from John Robertson (Chris Gough kick),
7-69 2:36, Villanova 21 - Maine 13
Maine took a 7-0 lead midway through the first quarter when Arthur Williams
caught a 25-yard touchdown pass from Dan Collins but that turned out to be the
Black Bears only lead of the day. Senior running back Kevin Monangai scored
on a one-yard run later in the period and the Wildcats went ahead 14-7 on a 23yard touchdown reception by senior slot receiver Poppy Livers in the opening
minute of the second period.
Both teams came up empty on two straight possessions after Villanova took the
lead. Maine eventually pulled to within 14-13 on Collins’ two-yard pass for a
touchdown to Jordan Dunn with 3:19 left before the intermission. Black Bears
kicker Sean Decloux attempted to rush for a two-point conversion but fumbled
on the play and the Wildcats maintained a one-point margin.
Livers had a team-high 87 receiving yards on just three catches, while Gulyas finished with 63 yards and Pettway had 41 yards. Junior running back Gary Underwood led the Villanova ground game with 70 yards on eight carries, including
an 18-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter which closed the scoring.
NOTES: Villanova came into the game versus Maine leading the nation in average time of possession per game (34:37) … Robertson is 70-of-97 for 1,068 yards
and 15 touchdowns during the Wildcats four-game winning streak … Prior to
throwing an interception in the fourth quarter when the outcome of the game
was already well in hand, Robertson had attempted 142 consecutive passes without throwing a pick … That streak included his last 20 passes in the 2013 season
finale against Delaware and his first 122 attempts this season … Cherry and Greg
Miller (2005-08) are the only Villanova players since 2003 with at least three sacks
in a game … Cherry has accomplished the feat twice this season, while Miller
recorded three sacks in a game once during his career (October 6, 2007 versus
William & Mary).
WEEK 11 VS. ALBANY ~
KICKOFF: 7:00 PM
~
10:10 Villanova - Earnest Pettway 10 yd pass from John Robertson (Chris Gough kick),
11-71 4:50, Villanova 28 - Maine 13
8:53 Villanova - Kevin Gulyas 43 yd pass from John Robertson
(Chris Gough kick failed), 1-43 0:07, Villanova 34 - Maine 13
4th
That touchdown sent Villanova into halftime with a 21-13 lead and a pair of scores
by the Wildcats just over a minute apart in the third quarter put the game out of
reach. Senior tight end Earnest Pettway scored on a 10-yard reception with 10:10
to play in the third period and junior wide receiver Kevin Gulyas caught a 43yard pass for a touchdown with 8:53 left in the quarter.
Junior linebacker Don Cherry led the Wildcats defensive effort with three of the
team’s sacks and a total of 4.5 tackles for loss. He has now had three sacks in a
game on two different occasions this season and is one of just two Villanova players since 2003 to have three sacks in a game even once. Cherry also had a gamehigh 12 tackles and reached double figures for the second time this season.
14:16 Villanova - Poppy Livers 23 yd pass from John Robertson (Chris Gough kick),
5-67 2:05, Villanova 14 - Maine 7
3:27 Maine - Arthur Williams 30 yd pass from Dan Collins (Sean Decloux kick),
4-30 1:44, Villanova 34 - Maine 20
0:59 Villanova - Gary Underwood 18 yd run (Chris Gough kick), 5-48 2:22,
Villanova 41 - Maine 20
First Downs
Rushes-Yards
Passing Yards
Passes Attempts-Completions-INT
Total Offensive Plays-Yards
Fumble Returns-Yards-TDs
Punt Returns-Yards-TDs
Kickoff Returns-Yards-TDs
Interception Returns-Yards-TDs
Punts (Number-Average)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards
VU
26
48-196
285
26-16-1
74-481
0-0-0
3-9-0
3-68-0
0-0-0
3-29.3
1-1
4-25
31:55
7 of 13
1 of 3
4-5
6-39
MAINE
14
29-59
217
38-21-0
67-276
0-0-0
0-0-0
5-94-0
1-0-0
9-37.0
3-1
4-47
28:05
2 of 15
2 of 4
1-1
4-17
Rushing
Gary Underwood (8-70)
John Robertson (17-58)
Kevin Monangai (20-55)
Aaron Wells (2-15)
TEAM (1-minus 2)
Nigel Beckford (5-22)
Isaiah Jones (6-18)
Dan Collins (14-15)
Drew Belcher (3-4)
Damarr Aultman (1-0)
Passing
John Robertson (16-25-1-285)
Chris Gough (0-1-0-0)
Dan Collins (20-35-0-210)
Drew Belcher (1-3-0-7)
Receiving
Poppy Livers (3-87)
Earnest Pettway (3-41)
Kevin Gulyas (2-63)
Aaron Wells (2-34)
Kevin Monangai (2-minus 2)
Lincoln Collins (1-25)
Anthony DeCamillo (1-14)
Gary Underwood (1-12)
Clay Horne (1-11)
Damarr Aultman (9-88)
Jordan Dunn (7-47)
Arthur Williams (4-87)
Isaiah Jones (1-minus 5)
Interceptions
None
Najee Goode (1-0)
Fumbles-Lost
Kevin Monangai (1-1)
Dan Collins (2-1)
Nigel Beckford (1-0)
TV: ASN
~
RADIO: CBS SPORTS RADIO 610
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GAME 11: NO. 6 VILLANOVA (8-2, 5-1) VS. ALBANY (6-4, 2-4)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2014
VILLANOVA STADIUM (12,000)
VILLANOVA, PA.
GAME 6 RECAP: NO. 6 VILLANOVA 44, RHODE ISLAND 21
Oct. 11, 2014
Villanova Stadium
Villanova, Pa.
Score by Quarters
Rhode Island
Villanova
Villanova, Pa.--Junior quarterback John Robertson threw four touchdown
passes in the first half, senior wide receiver Poppy Livers recorded his 100th career reception and No. 6 Villanova rolled to a 44-21 victory over Rhode Island at
Villanova Stadium. The victory was the fifth straight for the Wildcats, who are
averaging 45.0 points per game during the streak.
Livers caught a 44-yard pass for a touchdown with 8:41 remaining in the first
quarter to reach 100 career receptions. He is the 24th player in school history to
achieve the feat and he finished the day with seven catches for 113 yards and
two scores. Those totals mark the second time this season and third time in his
career that Livers has had two touchdown receptions and over 100 receiving
yards.
Villanova opened the scoring just 90 seconds into the contest when junior wide
receiver Mike Burke hauled in a 22-yard pass for a touchdown. Less than two
minutes later the Wildcats extended their lead to 9-0 on a safety when a bad snap
by the Rams went through the back of the end zone.
During the Wildcats five-game winning streak, Robertson has racked up remarkable passing numbers. He is 83-of-113 (73.5%) through the air in the five games
while throwing for 1,257 yards and 19 touchdowns. As a team, Villanova is averaging 519.6 yards of offense and is outscoring the opposition by a 225-85 margin during the streak
Jordan Sebastian got Rhode Island on the board on a one-yard touchdown run
with 8:38 left in the fourth quarter. Later in the period, Robbie Jackson caught a
pair of touchdown passes from James Caparell which narrowed the Wildcats
lead to 44-21 with 5:35 remaining in the game. Jackson scored on a 58-yard pass
with 5:58 to play and then caught a 23-yard pass for a score just 23 seconds later
after Villanova lost a fumble.
Jackson had a game-high 128 receiving yards on seven receptions, including his
two touchdowns. Caparell completed 21-of-32 passes for 238 yards after replacing Rams starting quarterback Mack Lowrie (4-of-8, 37 yards).
Junior linebacker Don Cherry led the Wildcats with 11 tackles and two forced
fumbles, while junior linebacker Dillon Lucas and senior safety Joe Sarnese had
nine tackles apiece. Junior safety Cameron McCurry and junior defensive end
Reggie Paris each recovered fumbles.
WEEK 11 VS. ALBANY ~
KICKOFF: 7:00 PM
~
2
0
21
3
0
0
4
21
7
Score
21
44
Record
(0-6, 0-2)
(5-1, 3-0)
Scoring Summary:
1st
13:30 Villanova - Mike Burke 22 yd pass from John Robertson (Steve Weyler kick),
4-80 1:30, Villanova 7 - Rhode Island 0
11:50 Villanova - Team Safety, Villanova 9 - Rhode Island 0
8:41 Villanova - Poppy Livers 44 yd pass from John Robertson (Steve Weyler kick),
6-73 3:02, Villanova 16 - Rhode Island 0
2nd
13:08 Villanova - Kevin Monangai 31 yd run (Steve Weyler kick), 6-74 3:04,
Villanova 23 - Rhode Island 0
2:58 Villanova - Gary Underwood 16 yd pass from John Robertson
(Steve Weyler kick), 7-73 1:28, Villanova 30 - Rhode Island 0
0:42 Villanova - Poppy Livers 14 yd pass from John Robertson (Steve Weyler kick),
7-73 1:28, Villanova 37 - Rhode Island 0
4th
13:38 Villanova - Chris Polony 7 yd run (Steve Weyler kick), 8-83 2:56,
Villanova 44 - Rhode Island 0
8:38 Rhode Island - Jordan Sebastian 1 yd run (Connor McHugh kick), 5-20 1:00,
Villanova 44 - Rhode Island 7
In the second quarter a 31-yard touchdown run by senior running back Kevin
Monangai extended the lead to 23-0. Later in the period, Robertson threw touchdown passes to junior running back Gary Underwood and to Livers which sent
Villanova into the locker rooms at halftime with a 37-0 lead. Underwood scored
on a 16-yard reception with 2:58 remaining in the second quarter and Livers
caught a 14-yard pass for a score with just 42 seconds remaining in the half.
Robertson finished the day with 250 yards of total offense despite only playing
the first half. He was 13-of-16 for 189 yards through the air and also rushed for
61 yards on eight carries. Senior quarterback Chris Polony replaced Robertson
in the second half and rushed for a seven-yard touchdown early in the fourth
quarter. Polony was 4-of-6 passing for 77 yards and ran for 22 yards and the
one score on six rushes.
1
0
16
5:58 Rhode Island - Robbie Jackson 58 yd pass from James Caparell
(Connor McHugh kick), 1-58 0:10, Villanova 44 - Rhode Island 14
5:35 Rhode Island - Robbie Jackson 23 yd pass from James Caparell
(Connor McHugh kick), 1-23 0:07, Villanova 44 - Rhode Island 21
First Downs
Rushes-Yards
Passing Yards
Passes Attempts-Completions-INT
Total Offensive Plays-Yards
Fumble Returns-Yards-TDs
Punt Returns-Yards-TDs
Kickoff Returns-Yards-TDs
Interception Returns-Yards-TDs
Punts (Number-Average)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards
URI
17
30-50
286
42-26-0
72-336
0-0-0
4-29-0
7-109-0
0-0-0
5-40-4
5-2
8-64
29:08
1 of 14
3 of 7
1-3
1-7
VU
22
40-198
275
24-19-0
64-473
0-0-0
1-1-0
5-77-0
0-0-0
7-39.9
2-1
11-82
30:52
4 of 11
0 of 0
4-4
3-21
Rushing
Harold Cooper (13-36)
Charlie McKeeman (1-21)
Jordan Sebastian (6-10)
James Caparell (5-2)
Phadrae White (1-0)
John Robertson (8-61)
Matt Gudzak (13-51)
Poppy Livers (1-43)
Kevin Monangai (6-37)
Chris Polony (6-22)
Passing
James Caparell (22-33-0-249)
Mack Lowrie (4-8-0-37)
Phadrae White (0-1-0-0)
John Robertson (13-16-0-189)
Chris Polony (4-6-0-77)
Cody Pittman (2-2-0-9)
Receiving
Robbie Jackson (7-128)
Phadrae White (5-47)
Ross Kim (5-41)
Charlie McKeeman (5-31)
Poppy Livers (7-113)
Clay Horne (2-59)
Mike Burke (2-34)
Gary Underwood (2-19)
Interceptions
None
None
Fumbles-Lost
James Caparell (2-1)
Charlie McKeeman (1-1)
Myles Holmes (1-0)
TEAM (1-0)
Cody Pittman (1-1)
Poppy Livers (1-0)
TV: ASN
~
RADIO: CBS SPORTS RADIO 610
20
GAME 11: NO. 6 VILLANOVA (8-2, 5-1) VS. ALBANY (6-4, 2-4)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2014
VILLANOVA STADIUM (12,000)
VILLANOVA, PA.
GAME 7 RECAP: NO. 5 VILLANOVA 35, NO. 15 WILLIAM & MARY 31
Oct. 18, 2014
Zable Stadium
Williamsburg, Va.
Score by Quarters
Villanova
William & Mary
Williamsburg, Va.--Junior quarterback John Robertson threw a 13-yard touchdown pass to junior wide receiver Kevin Gulyas with 52 seconds left to cap an
improbable game-winning drive and No. 5 Villanova rallied for a 35-31 victory
over No. 15 William & Mary at Zable Stadium. Robertson led the Wildcats on a
seven-play, 69-yard march down the field in less than one minute with no timeouts as Villanova extended its winning streak to six games.
Prior to the game-winning touchdown, Robertson connected with junior wide
receiver Mike Burke for 22 yards and senior wide receiver Clay Horne for 34
yards to get the Wildcats within range of the end zone. In one of his biggest performances in a Villanova uniform, Robertson had 330 yards of total offense and
was responsible for four of the Wildcats five touchdowns in the game. Robertson
was 20-of-32 through the air for 267 yards and two touchdowns while also running for 63 yards and two scores.
Following the game-winning score, Villanova held off the Tribe’s last-gasp comeback attempt in the waning seconds to secure its eighth win in the last 10 meetings between the teams. The victory is also the third in the Wildcats last four
trips to Zable Stadium and improved the team’s record to 43-37 (.538) all-time
in games between two ranked teams. Villanova also won a game on its final
possession for the first time since a memorable 35-34 win over Delaware last
year in the 2013 season finale.
Senior running back Kevin Monangai ran for 78 yards and a touchdown while
also catching a five-yard touchdown pass for the game’s first points early in the
first quarter. Senior wide wideout Poppy Livers had four catches for 77 yards
and Robertson completed passes to eight different receivers. Gulyas’ game-winning touchdown came on his only reception of the game.
There were three ties and four lead changes in the game, including three lead
changes in the final 17 minutes. Robertson scored on a three-yard run with 1:54
remaining in the third quarter to give the Wildcats a 28-24 lead. That was the
first lead of the second half for Villanova, which trailed by a touchdown (21-14)
at halftime and then knotted the score at 21-all on a one-yard run by Monangai
just over four minutes into third quarter.
William & Mary went back in front, 24-21, on a 26-yard field goal by John Carpenter in the middle of the third period and Robertson’s second touchdown run
of the game restored the Wildcats advantage. In the fourth quarter, a three-yard
touchdown pass from Tribe quarterback Steve Cluley to Andrew Caskin gave
William & Mary a 31-28 lead with 10:23 remaining in the game.
On its ensuing possession after the Tribe retook the lead, Villanova gained just
six yards on six plays and William & Mary ran more than five minutes off the
clock on a nine-play possession before finally punting the ball away with 1:51
showing on the clock. Heavy pressure was put on Tribe punter Hunter Windmuller, whose punt went only two yards and gave the Wildcats the ball at their
own 31-yard line with 1:51 to play and no timeouts.
Junior linebacker Don Cherry had another incredible effort to lead the Villanova
defense. He finished the game with a career-high 16 total tackles (nine solo tackles, seven assisted stops) and reached double digits for the third straight game
and fourth time in his last five outings. Cherry also forced a fumble and the
Wildcats forced two turnovers in the contest. Senior safety Joe Sarnese and junior linebacker Dillon Lucas also had double figures in tackles. Sarnese finished
with 11 stops and Lucas had 10 total tackles, including 2.5 tackles for loss.
WEEK 11 VS. ALBANY ~
KICKOFF: 7:00 PM
~
1
14
7
2
0
14
3
14
3
4
7
7
Score
35
31
Record
(6-1, 4-2)
(4-3, 1-2)
Scoring Summary:
1st
12:03 Villanova - Kevin Monangai 5 yd pass from John Robertson
(Steve Weyler kick), 7-66 2:57, Villanova 7 - William & Mary 0
9:22 William & Mary - Tre McBride 35 yd pass from Steve Cluley
(John Carpenter kick), 6-72 2:41, Villanova 7 - William & Mary 7
3:45 Villanova - John Robertson 2 yd run (Steve Weyler kick), 11-75 5:37,
Villanova 14 - William & Mary 7
2nd
14:00 William & Mary - Tre McBride 56 yd pass from Steve Cluley
(John Carpenter kick), 2-64 0:47, Villanova 14 - William & Mary 14
0:19 William & Mary - Kendall Anderson 2 yd run (John Carpenter kick),
6-88 1:12, William & Mary 21 - Villanova 14
3rd
10:47 Villanova - Kevin Monangai 1 yd run (Steve Weyler kick), 8-72 3:14,
Villanova 21 - William & Mary 21
6:51 William & Mary - John Carpenter 26 yd field goal, 10-56 3:56,
William & Mary 24 - Villanova 21
1:54 Villanova - John Robertson 3 yd run (Steve Weyler kick), 10-65 4:57,
Villanova 28 - William & Mary 24
4th
10:23 William & Mary - Andrew Caskin 3 yd pass from Steve Cluley
(John Carpenter kick), 5-40 2:15, William & Mary 31 - Villanova 28
0:52 Villanova - Kevin Gulyas 13 yd pass from John Robertson (Steve Weyler kick),
7-69 0:59, Villanova 35 - William & Mary 31
First Downs
Rushes-Yards
Passing Yards
Passes Attempts-Completions-INT
Total Offensive Plays-Yards
Fumble Returns-Yards-TDs
Punt Returns-Yards-TDs
Kickoff Returns-Yards-TDs
Interception Returns-Yards-TDs
Punts (Number-Average)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards
VU
23
41-177
267
32-20-0
73-444
1-5-0
1-2-0
3-95-0
0-0-0
6-31.0
0-0
9-92
31:51
7 of 13
0 of 0
5-5
1-6
WM
27
37-168
350
32-21-0
69-518
0-0-0
2-9-0
6-132-0
0-0-0
4-38.2
2-2
8-70
28:09
2 of 9
0 of 0
3-5
6-24
Rushing
Kevin Monangai (17-78)
John Robertson (18-63)
Gary Underwood (6-36)
Mikal Abdul-Saboor (23-83)
Kendall Anderson (8-75)
Tre McBride (1-9)
DeVonte Dedmon (1-6)
Steve Cluley (4-minus 5)
Passing
John Robertson (20-32-0-267)
Steve Cluley (21-32-0-350)
Receiving
Poppy Livers (4-77)
Mike Burke (4-37)
Lincoln Collins (3-25)
Kevin Monangai (3-14)
Clay Horne (2-84)
Aaron Wells (2-14)
Kevin Gulyas (1-13)
Gary Underwood (1-13)
Tre McBride (11-209)
Sean Ballard (5-85)
DeVonte Dedmon (3-40)
Mikal Abdul-Saboor (1-13)
Andrew Caskin (1-3)
Interceptions
None
None
Fumbles-Lost
None
Mikal Abdul-Saboor (1-1)
Steve Cluley (1-1)
TV: ASN
~
RADIO: CBS SPORTS RADIO 610
21
GAME 11: NO. 6 VILLANOVA (8-2, 5-1) VS. ALBANY (6-4, 2-4)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2014
VILLANOVA STADIUM (12,000)
VILLANOVA, PA.
GAME 8 RECAP: NO. 5 VILLANOVA 48, MORGAN STATE 28
Oct. 25, 2014
Villanova Stadium
Villanova, Pa.
Score by Quarters
Morgan State
Villanova
1
7
14
2
14
7
3
0
27
4
7
0
Score
28
48
Record
(4-4)
(7-1)
Villanova, Pa.--Senior running back Kevin Monangai and junior quarterback
John Robertson each ran for two touchdowns and No. 5 Villanova pulled away
in the third quarter for a 48-28 victory over Morgan State at Villanova Stadium.
In front of an announced Homecoming Weekend crowd of 7,821, the Wildcats
scored 27 unanswered points coming out of halftime and went on to their seventh consecutive win. Monangai and Robertson combined to run for 269 yards
and four touchdowns, with each moving up a spot on the school’s career rushing
list.
Scoring Summary:
1st
13:41 Villanova - John Robertson 56 yd run (Steve Weyler kick), 1-56 0:11,
Villanova 7 - Morgan State 0
Monangai broke away for a career-long 81-yard touchdown run with 2:36 left
in the third quarter to account for the final Villanova points in the game. He
also scampered in for a one-yard score on the first drive of the third quarter and
finished the day with 16 carries for 170 yards and the two scores. Robertson ran
11 times for 99 yards, including a season-long 56-yard burst for a touchdown on
the Wildcats first play from scrimmage in the game. Villanova wound up running for 364 yards in its best rushing performance in just over two years.
2nd
In addition to the Wildcats finding the end zone four times on the ground,
Robertson also threw touchdown passes to senior wide receiver Poppy Livers,
junior wide receiver Kevin Gulyas and senior tight end Doug Turrell. Robertson was 13-of-18 for 143 yards in the game and has now thrown 25 touchdown
passes with only one interception this season. Turrell’s four-yard touchdown
reception with 3:38 to play in the opening period marked the first career catch
for the one-time lineman.
3rd
For the entire first half, the Bears were more than game to trade scores with Villanova despite never taking a lead of their own. Morgan State took advantage
of a pair of lost fumbles by the Wildcats and answered each of the first three Villanova touchdowns with scores of their own. Ricky Fisk scored on a three-yard
run with 1:04 to play before halftime and the teams went into the locker rooms
with score tied at 21-21.
After the Bears went three-and-out on the first drive of the game, the Wildcats
took over at their own 44-yard line and Robertson zipped down the field for a
56-yard score. Morgan State went three-and-out for a second time after the Villanova score, but the Wildcats fumbled the ensuing point and the Bears recovered at the Villanova 33-yard line. Just one play later, Skillon threw a 33-yard
strike for a game-tying touchdown to Martin and the score was knotted at 7-7.
Thanks to the big scoring plays, the turnover by the Wildcats and the two
straight three-and-out possessions by Morgan State, the first six drives of the
game took up just 2:10 of clock time.
Villanova retook the lead at 14-7 on Turrell’s touchdown with 3:38 to play in the
opening period, while the Bears answered on Skillon’s three-yard run with 9:05
left in the second quarter. Robertson connected with Gulyas for a 22-yard touchdown with 5:32 remaining in the period and Fisk’s three-yard run tied the score
for the third time just before the intermission.
Monangai put the Wildcats ahead to stay with his one-yard scoring run at the
11:07 mark of the third quarter. Robertson scored on a four-yard run with 7:53
to play in the third period and Livers caught a four-yard pass for a touchdown
with 5:41 left in the quarter. Monangai’s 81-yard touchdown run three minutes
later closed the scoring for Villanova, while Morgan State found the end zone
one more time when Skillon scored from one yard out early in the fourth quarter.
Entering the game, the Bears were one of just two FCS teams (along with Citadel)
who had not thrown an interception all season long. That changed in a big way
as the Wildcats defense picked off Skillon three times. Junior safety Matt McCann had an interception with 5:35 left in the first quarter and sophomore cornerback Jason Ceneus had a pair of picks in the second half.
Junior linebacker Don Cherry led the Wildcats defense with eight tackles, including 2.5 tackles for loss. He also had a pass breakup.
WEEK 11 VS. ALBANY ~
KICKOFF: 7:00 PM
~
12:50 Morgan State - Thomas Martin 33 yd pass from Moses Skillon
(Chris Moller kick), 1-33 0:06, Villanova 7 - Morgan State 7
3:38 Villanova - Doug Turrell 4 yd pass from John Robertson (Steve Weyler kick),
5-31 1:57, Villanova 14 - Morgan State 7
9:05 Morgan State - Moses Skillon 3 yd run (Chris Moller kick), 8-59 3:24,
Villanova 14 - Morgan State 14
5:32 Villanova - Kevin Gulyas 22 yd pass from John Robertson (Steve Weyler kick),
10-82 3:29, Villanova 21 - Morgan State 14
1:04 Morgan State - Ricky Fisk 3 yd run (Chris Moller kick), 2-20 0:45,
Villanova 21 - Morgan State 21
11:07 Villanova - Kevin Monangai 1 yd run (Steve Weyler kick), 12-75 3:53,
Villanova 28 - Morgan State 21
7:53 Villanova - John Robertson 4 yd run (Steve Weyler kick failed), 2-7 0:29,
Villanova 34 - Morgan State 21
5:41 Villanova - Poppy Livers 4 yd pass from John Robertson (Steve Weyler kick),
4-25 1:15, Villanova 41 - Morgan State 21
2:36 Villanova - Kevin Monangai 81 yd run (Steve Weyler kick), 2-88 0:42,
Villanova 48 - Morgan State 21
4th
13:51 Morgan State - Moses Skillon 1 yd run (Chris Moller kick), 9-82 3:40,
Villanova 48 - Morgan State 28
First Downs
Rushes-Yards
Passing Yards
Passes Attempts-Completions-INT
Total Offensive Plays-Yards
Fumble Returns-Yards-TDs
Punt Returns-Yards-TDs
Kickoff Returns-Yards-TDs
Interception Returns-Yards-TDs
Punts (Number-Average)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards
MSU
18
27-109
204
38-23-3
65-313
0-0-0
0-0-0
4-84-0
0-0-0
6-32.7
2-0
6-63
29:23
5 of 13
1 of 1
3-3
2-15
VU
23
51-364
150
19-14-0
70-514
0-0-0
3-25-0
4-87-0
3-98-0
1-33.0
2-2
11-95
30:37
5 of 11
1 of 3
4-4
1-2
Rushing
Moses Skillon (14-77)
Tracy Martin (11-34)
Ricky Fisk (1-3)
TEAM (1-minus 5)
Kevin Monangai (16-170)
John Robertson (11-99)
Austin Medley (11-30)
Poppy Livers (3-30)
Passing
Moses Skillon (23-38-3-204)
John Robertson (13-18-0-143)
Chris Polony (1-1-0-7)
Receiving
Amonta Poteat (8-75)
Andrew King (8-46)
Thomas Martin (3-57)
Tracy Martin (2-19)
Kevin Gulyas (4-63)
Poppy Livers (3-12)
Doug Turell (2-33)
Gary Underwood (2-20)
Interceptions
None
Jason Ceneus (2-71)
Matt McCann (1-27)
Fumbles-Lost
Moses Skillon (1-0)
TEAM (1-0)
Poppy Livers (2-2)
TV: ASN
~
RADIO: CBS SPORTS RADIO 610
22
GAME 11: NO. 6 VILLANOVA (8-2, 5-1) VS. ALBANY (6-4, 2-4)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2014
VILLANOVA STADIUM (12,000)
VILLANOVA, PA.
GAME 9 RECAP: NO. 13 RICHMOND 10, NO. 4 VILLANOVA 9
Nov. 1, 2014
E. Claiborne Robins Stadium
Richmond, Va.
Score by Quarters
Villanova
Richmond
Richmond, Va.--In a game where both teams managed just a field goal and a
touchdown while combining for seven turnovers, No. 4 Villanova saw its sevengame winning streak come to an end in a 10-9 loss to No. 13 Richmond at E. Claiborne Robins Stadium. Both teams scored a touchdown in the third quarter but
a missed extra point by the Wildcats eventually proved to be the difference in
the game.
Villanova was held to just 253 yards of total offense, its smallest output since
being limited to 244 yards at home against Old Dominion on October 22, 2011.
The tone for the game was set in the first quarter, when there were a total of six
turnovers and just eight first downs between the two teams. In addition to seeing their winning streak come to an end, the Wildcats also lost to the Spiders for
just the fourth time in the last 11 meetings.
Neither team put points on the board until freshman kicker Steve Weyler made
a 24-yard field goal with 2:39 to play in the second quarter which sent Villanova
into halftime with a 3-0 lead. The attempt was only the second field goal try for
the Wildcats in the last seven games and Weyler made his first career field goal
by converting the attempt.
There were points scored on the first three possessions of the second half before
each team was shut down the rest of the way. Richmond tied the score at 3-3
when Peter Yoder made a 37-yard field goal with 12:26 remaining in the third
quarter.
1
0
0
2
3
0
3
6
10
4
0
0
Score
9
10
Record
(7-2, 4-1)
(7-2, 4-1)
Scoring Summary:
2nd
2:39 Villanova - Steve Weyler 24 yd field goal, 12-64 5:35, Villanova 3 - Richmond 0
3rd
12:26 Richmond - Peter Yoder 37 yd field goal, 4-minus 13 1:32,
Villanova 3 - Richmond 3
8:10 Villanova - Lincoln Collins 5 yd pass from John Robertson
(Steve Weyler kick failed), 9-75 4:16, Villanova 9 - Richmond 3
6:18 Richmond - Michael Rocco 15 yd run (Peter Yoder kick), 6-65 1:52,
Richmond 10, Villanova 9
First Downs
Rushes-Yards
Passing Yards
Passes Attempts-Completions-INT
Total Offensive Plays-Yards
Fumble Returns-Yards-TDs
Punt Returns-Yards-TDs
Kickoff Returns-Yards-TDs
Interception Returns-Yards-TDs
Punts (Number-Average)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards
VU
14
44-114
139
26-12-2
70-253
0-0-0
1-0-0
3-44-0
2-1-0
6-46.2
2-1
3-16
30:21
6 of 17
1 of 3
2-3
1-14
UR
19
32-66
314
42-21-2
74-380
0-0-0
2-0-0
2-44-0
2-0-0
5-38.6
2-2
3-20
29:39
5 of 16
0 of 0
2-4
2-8
Villanova responded by driving 75 yards on nine plays in its best offensive possession of the day. Junior quarterback John Robertson threw a five-yard touchdown pass to freshman wide receiver Lincoln Collins with 8:10 left in the period
to restore the Wildcats lead. The extra point was missed however, leaving Villanova with a 9-3 lead.
Rushing
John Robertson (22-65)
Kevin Monangai (18-52)
Austin Medley (3-13)
TEAM (1-minus 16)
Seth Fisher (12-39)
Jacobi Green (7-18)
Michael Rocco (8-15)
Brian Brown (1-1)
Porter Abell (1-minus 3)
TEAM (3-minus 4)
On the ensuing Spiders drive, Richmond quarterback Michael Rocco scored on
a 15-yard run with 6:18 to play in the third period as the Spiders went up 10-9
with their first lead of the game. From that point on, the Wildcats gained just 67
total yards on its last four possessions and were unable to regain the lead. Those
last four drives by Villanova resulted in three punts and a turnover on downs
late in the fourth quarter.
Passing
John Robertson (12-25-1-139)
Chris Polony (0-1-1-0)
Michael Rocci (21-42-2-314)
Receiving
Lincoln Collins (3-20)
Poppy Livers (2-54)
Kevin Gulyas (2-23)
Austin Medley (1-21)
Doug Turrell (1-7)
Clay Horne (1-7)
Kevin Monangai (1-5)
Mike Burke (1-2)
Brian Brown (8-119)
Rashad Ponder (5-60)
Reggie Diggs (4-80)
Hunter Westfall (2-22)
Jacobi Green (1-20)
Jarmal Bevels (1-13)
Interceptions
Don Cherry (1-1)
Jason Ceneus (1-0)
Eric Wright (1-0)
Ayo Ogunniyi (1-0)
Fumbles-Lost
John Robertson (1-0)
TEAM (1-1)
TEAM (1-1)
Dominique Miller (1-1)
Robertson was 12-of-25 passing in the game for 139 yards with a touchdown and
an interception. He also led the Wildcats with 65 rushing yards on 22 carries,
while senior running back Kevin Monangai had 18 carries for 52 yards.
Junior safety Cameron McCurry led the Villanova defensive effort with 15 tackles, including eight solo stops. Sophomore cornerback Jason Ceneus recorded
his team-high fourth interception of the year and his third in the last two games,
while senior nose guard Pat Williams recovered a fumble. The four turnovers
gained by the Wildcats defense were a season high and the most for Villanova
since forcing five turnovers at Towson last season on October 12, 2013.
Rocco paced the Richmond offense by throwing for 314 yards on 21-of-42 accuracy with two interceptions. Brian Brown was the leading receiver for the Spiders with eight catches for 119 yards. Richmond outgained the Wildcats by a
final margin of 380-253 in the victory.
WEEK 11 VS. ALBANY ~
KICKOFF: 7:00 PM
~
TV: ASN
~
RADIO: CBS SPORTS RADIO 610
23
GAME 11: NO. 6 VILLANOVA (8-2, 5-1) VS. ALBANY (6-4, 2-4)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2014
VILLANOVA STADIUM (12,000)
VILLANOVA, PA.
GAME 10 RECAP: NO. 7 VILLANOVA 42, TOWSON 14
Nov. 8, 2014
Villanova Stadium
Villanova, Pa.
Score by Quarters
Towson
Villanova
Villanova, Pa.--Junior quarterback John Robertson threw for three touchdowns
and rushed for another score as No. 7 Villanova eased past Towson for a 42-14
victory at Villanova Stadium. Robertson had 289 yards of total offense and the
Wildcats scored their second defensive touchdown of the season in a strong
bounce-back effort after seeing a seven-game winning streak come to an end in
their previous outing.
Robertson finished the night 16-of-21 for 182 yards and three touchdowns
through the air while also running 20 times for 107 yards and a score. He registered his 12th career game with at least 100 rushing yards and his second this
season. This was also the seventh time this year that Robertson threw at least
three touchdown passes in a game.
Junior wide receiver Anthony DeCamillo caught his first career touchdown pass
to give Villanova the lead for good in the second quarter, while junior wide receiver Kevin Gulyas and senior running back Kevin Monangai had touchdown
receptions later in the game. Senior wide receiver Poppy Livers had a gamehigh seven receptions for 78 yards and also surpassed 1,500 career receiving
yards during the game.
The scoring for the evening opened just three minutes into the contest when Darius Victor scored on a two-yard touchdown run to give the visiting Tigers a 7-0
lead. That would be the only lead of the evening for Towson, whose only other
points came on a long scoring drive to begin the second half.
Senior running back Austin Medley, who finished the night with a season-high
78 yards on 12 carries, scored on a two-yard run with 4:12 in the first quarter to
tie the score at 7-7. DeCamillo caught a 17-yard touchdown pass from Robertson
with 9:49 remaining in the second period to put the Wildcats on top. Villanova
protected its lead by stopping the Tigers on their next possession, and then extended the margin to 21-7 when Gulyas hauled in a 17-yard pass for a touchdown with just 1:33 left before halftime.
Towson received the ball to start the second half and grinded out a 16-play drive
which consumed nearly the first nine minutes of the third quarter. The 83-yard
scoring drive culminated with Connor Frazier throwing a five-yard touchdown
pass to Tanner Vallely with 6:24 left in the period. Neither team scored again
until the Wildcats pulled away with three touchdowns in the fourth quarter.
2
0
14
3
7
0
4
0
21
Score
14
42
Record
(4-6, 2-4)
(8-2, 5-1)
Scoring Summary:
1st
12:00 Towson - Darius Victor 2 yd run (Sam Hurwitz kick), 3-56 0:55,
Towson 7 - Villanova 0
4:12 Villanova - Austin Medley 2 yd run (Steve Weyler kick), 8-82 3:17,
Villanova 7 - Towson 7
2nd
Villanova stretched out a 21-14 lead with 21 unanswered points in the fourth
quarter. Robertson scored on a one-yard run on the first play of the quarter and
just 90 seconds later senior safety Joe Sarnese returned an interception 48 yards
for a touchdown to seal the outcome. Six different players scored a touchdown
apiece for the Wildcats, who surpassed 40 points for the seventh time this season.
1
7
7
9:49 Villanova - Anthony DeCamillo 17 yd pass from John Robertson
(Steve Weyler kick), 10-77 3:44, Villanova 14 - Towson 7
1:33 Villanova - Kevin Gulyas 17 yd pass from John Robertson (Steve Weyler kick),
9-64 4:14, Villanova 21 - Towson 7
3rd
6:24 Towson - Tanner Vallely 5 yd pass from Connor Frazier (Sam Hurwitz kick),
16-83 8:36, Villanova 21 - Towson 14
4th
14:55 Villanova - John Robertson 1 yd run (Steve Weyler kick), 7-57 1:56,
Villanova 28 - Towson 14
13:25 Villanova - Joe Sarnese 48 yd interception return (Steve Weyler kick),
Villanova 35 - Towson 14
3:40 Villanova - Kevin Monangai 14 yd pass from John Robertson
(Steve Weyler kick), 17-84 8:23, Villanova 42 - Towson 14
First Downs
Rushes-Yards
Passing Yards
Passes Attempts-Completions-INT
Total Offensive Plays-Yards
Fumble Returns-Yards-TDs
Punt Returns-Yards-TDs
Kickoff Returns-Yards-TDs
Interception Returns-Yards-TDs
Punts (Number-Average)
Fumbles-Lost
Penalties-Yards
Possession Time
Third-Down Conversions
Fourth-Down Conversions
Red-Zone Scores-Chances
Sacks By: Number-Yards
TOWSON
18
38-182
111
27-13-2
65-293
0-0-0
3-9-0
7-128-0
0-0-0
6-36.3
1-0
4-30
31:07
8 of 15
1 of 1
2-2
4-29
VU
23
44-214
182
21-16-0
65-396
0-0-0
1-1-0
3-48-0
2-48-1
4-43.2
0-0
7-60
28:53
3 of 9
2 of 2
5-5
2-14
Rushing
Darius Victor (26-165)
Connor Frazier (11-10)
Derrick Joseph (1-7)
John Robertson (20-107)
Austin Medley (12-78)
Kevin Monangai (10-35)
TEAM (2-minus 6)
Passing
Connor Frazier (13-27-2-111)
John Robertson (16-21-0-182)
Robertson’s touchdown run five seconds into the final period was followed by
the Sarnese interception return for a score and later by a 14-yard touchdown reception by Monangai with 3:40 left in the game.
Receiving
Villanova forced two turnovers in the game, both on interceptions. Sarnese registered the first interception return touchdown of his career and sophomore cornerback Jason Ceneus tallied his team-high fifth interception of the season. It is
the fourth pick in the last three games for Ceneus, who leads CAA Football in
the category. Sarnese also added a game-high 11 tackles and a pass breakup for
the evening, while junior linebacker Don Cherry had 10 tackles to reach double
figures for the fifth time this season.
Andre Dessenberg (4-27)
Spencer Wilkins (3-39)
Tanner Vallely (2-26)
Derrick Joseph (2-10)
DeAngelo Stephenson (2-9)
Poppy Livers (7-78)
Anthony DeCamillo (3-47)
Kevin Gulyas (2-27)
Aaron Wells (2-9)
Kevin Monangai (1-14)
Doug Turrell (1-7)
Interceptions
None
Joe Sarnese (1-48)
Jason Ceneus (1-0)
Fumbles-Lost
Donnell Lewis (1-0)
None
Victor led the Tigers offense with 165 rushing yards and a touchdown on 26 carries. Frazier was 13-of-27 for 111 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions.
WEEK 11 VS. ALBANY ~
KICKOFF: 7:00 PM
~
TV: ASN
~
RADIO: CBS SPORTS RADIO 610
24
GAME 11: NO. 6 VILLANOVA (8-2, 5-1) VS. ALBANY (6-4, 2-4)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2014
VILLANOVA STADIUM (12,000)
VILLANOVA, PA.
CAREER HIGHS
2014 SEASON HIGHS
#90 Noble Ajakaiye (DL, Jr., 6-0, 255 lbs.)
Tackles
4
(5x), last vs. Towson (Nov. 8, 2014)
Tackles For Loss
2.5
vs. Towson (Nov. 8, 2014)
Sacks
2.0
vs. Towson (Nov. 8, 2014)
Tackles
Tackles For Loss
Sacks
4
2.5
2.0
(4x), last vs. Towson (Nov. 8)
vs. Towson (Nov. 8)
vs. Towson (Nov. 8)
#3 Mike Burke (WR, Jr., 6-2, 210 lbs.)
Points
6
(3x), last vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11, 2014)
Touchdowns
1
(3x), last vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11, 2014)
Points
Touchdowns
6
1
(3x), last vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
(3x), last vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
Receptions
Receiving Yards
Long Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
5
79
50
1
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20, 2014)
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20, 2014)
vs. Penn (Sept. 28, 2013)
(3x), last vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11, 2014)
Receptions
Receiving Yards
Long Reception
Receving Touchdowns
5
79
34
1
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20)
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20)
at Syracuse (Aug. 29)
(3x), last vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
Rushing Attempts
Rushing Yards
Long Rush
1
-1
-1
vs. Maine (Oct. 26, 2013)
vs. Maine (Oct. 26, 2013)
vs. Maine (Oct. 26, 2013)
Rushing Attempts
Rushing Yards
Long Rush
All-Purpose Yards
79
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20, 2014)
All-Purpose Yards
79
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20)
#45 Austin Calitro (LB, So., 6-0, 240 lbs.)
Points
6
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6, 2014)
Touchdowns
1
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6, 2014)
Points
Touchdowns
6
1
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
Tackles
Tackles For Loss
Sacks
8
1.0
0.5
at Penn (Sept. 27)
(2x), last vs. James Madison (Sept. 20, 2014)
at Penn (Sept. 27, 2014)
Tackles
Tackles For Loss
Sacks
8
1.0
0.5
at Penn (Sept. 27)
(2x), last vs. James Madison (Sept. 20)
at Penn (Sept. 27)
Interceptions
Long INT Return
INT Return Touchdowns
Pass Breakups
1
35
1
1
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6, 2014)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6, 2014)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6, 2014)
vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25, 2014)
Interceptions
Long INT Return
INT Return Touchdowns
Pass Breakups
1
35
1
1
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25)
#6 Jason Ceneus (DB, So., 5-9, 165 lbs.)
Tackles
5
(2x), last at William & Mary (Oct. 18, 2014)
Tackles
5
(2x), last at William & Mary (Oct. 18)
Pass Breakups
Interceptions
Long INT Return
Forced Fumbles
Pass Breakups
Interceptions
Long INT Return
Forced Fumbles
1
2
40
(3x), last at William & Mary (Oct. 18)
vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25)
vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25)
#44 Don Cherry (LB, Jr., 6-1, 220 lbs.)
Tackles
16
at William & Mary (Oct. 18, 2014)
Tackles For Loss
4.0
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6, 2014)
Sacks
3.0
(2x), last at Maine (Oct. 4, 2014)
Tackles
Tackles For Loss
Sacks
16
4.0
3.0
at William & Mary (Oct. 18)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
(2x), last at Maine (Oct. 4)
Interceptions
Long INT Return
Pass Breakups
Quarterback Hurries
1
1
2
1
at Richmond (Nov. 1, 2014)
at Richmond (Nov. 1, 2014)
at Richmond (Nov. 1, 2014)
at Richmond (Nov. 1, 2014)
Interceptions
Long INT Return
Pass Breakups
Quarterback Hurries
1
1
2
1
at Richmond (Nov. 1)
at Richmond (Nov. 1)
at Richmond (Nov. 1)
at Richmond (Nov. 1)
Forced Fumbles
2
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11, 2014)
Forced Fumbles
2
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
Tackles
1
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
1
2
40
1
(3x), last at William & Mary (Oct. 18, 2014)
vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25, 2014)
vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25, 2014)
at Towson (Oct. 12, 2013)
#34 Travis Clark (LB, So., 5-10, 215 lbs.)
Tackles
1
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6, 2014)
WEEK 11 VS. ALBANY ~
KICKOFF: 7:00 PM
~
TV: ASN
~
RADIO: CBS SPORTS RADIO 610
25
GAME 11: NO. 6 VILLANOVA (8-2, 5-1) VS. ALBANY (6-4, 2-4)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2014
VILLANOVA STADIUM (12,000)
VILLANOVA, PA.
CAREER HIGHS
2014 SEASON HIGHS
#80 Lincoln Collins (WR, R-Fr., 6-3, 190 lbs.)
Points
6
(2x), last at Richmond (Nov. 1, 2014)
Touchdowns
1
(2x), last at Richmond (Nov. 1, 2014)
Points
Touchdowns
6
1
(2x), last at Richmond (Nov. 1)
(2x), last at Richmond (Nov. 1)
Receptions
Receiving Yards
Long Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
3
35
29
1
(2x), last at Richmond (Nov. 1, 2014)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6, 2014)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6, 2014)
(2x), last at Richmond (Nov. 1, 2014)
Receptions
Receiving Yards
Long Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
3
35
29
1
(2x), last at Richmond (Nov. 1)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
(2x), last at Richmond (Nov. 1)
All-Purpose Yards
35
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6, 2014)
All-Purpose Yards
35
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
#84 Morgan Craig (DE/LS, Sr., 6-2, 255 lbs.)
Receptions
1
(2x) last vs William & Mary (Oct. 1, 2011)
Receiving Yards
17
vs. Monmouth (Sept. 17, 2011)
Long Reception
17
vs. Monmouth (Sept. 17, 2011)
Receptions
Receiving Yards
Long Reception
Tackles
Tackles
1
(2x), last at William & Mary (Oct. 18)
#83 Anthony DeCamillo (WR, Jr., 6-3, 210 lbs.)
Points
6
vs. Towson (Nov. 8, 2014)
Touchdowns
1
vs. Towson (Nov. 8, 2014)
Points
Touchdowns
6
1
vs. Towson (Nov. 8)
vs. Towson (Nov. 8)
Receptions
Receiving Yards
Long Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
3
47
18
1
vs. Towson (Nov. 8, 2014)
vs. Towson (Nov. 8, 2014)
at James Madison (Nov. 2, 2013)
vs. Towson (Nov. 8, 2014)
Receptions
Receiving Yards
Long Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
3
47
17
1
vs. Towson (Nov. 8)
vs. Towson (Nov. 8)
vs. Towson (Nov. 8)
vs. Towson (Nov. 8)
Tackles
1
(2x) last vs William & Mary (Oct. 5, 2013)
Tackles
1
(3x), last at William & Mary (Oct. 18, 2014)
#98 Eric Drains (DL, Fr., 6-4, 310 lbs.)
Tackles
2
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6, 2014)
Tackles
2
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
#41 Nick Fernandez (DB, So., 5-8, 170 lbs.)
Tackles
1
at Syracuse (Aug. 29, 2014)
Tackles For Loss
0.5
at Syracuse (Aug. 29, 2014)
Tackles
Tackles For Loss
1
0.5
at Syracuse (Aug. 29)
at Syracuse (Aug. 29)
#23 Lorenzo Fertitta (DB, R-Fr., 5-9, 165 lbs.)
Tackles
3
at Penn (Sept. 27, 2014)
Tackles
3
at Penn (Sept. 27)
#35 Chris Gough (K, Sr., 6-3, 185 lbs.)
Kickoffs
9
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6, 2014)
Kickoff Yards
523
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6, 2014)
Kickoff Average
64.9
vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25, 2014)
Touchbacks
4
vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25, 2014)
Kickoffs
Kickoff Yards
Kickoff Average
Touchbacks
9
523
64.9
4
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25)
vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25)
PATs Attempted
PATs Made
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20, 2014)
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20, 2014)
PATs Attempted
PATs Made
7
7
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20)
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20)
Field Goals Attempted 4
Field Goals Made
2
Long Field Goal
42
at Syracuse (Aug. 29, 2014)
at Syracuse (Aug. 29, 2014)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6, 2014)
Field Goals Attempted
Field Goals Made
Long Field Goal
4
2
42
at Syracuse (Aug. 29)
at Syracuse (Aug. 29)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
Tackles
1
(5x), at Maine (Oct. 4, 2014)
Tackles
1
at Maine (Oct. 4)
Passing Attempts
1
at Maine (Oct. 4, 2014)
Passing Attempts
1
at Maine (Oct. 4)
7
7
WEEK 11 VS. ALBANY ~
KICKOFF: 7:00 PM
~
TV: ASN
~
RADIO: CBS SPORTS RADIO 610
26
GAME 11: NO. 6 VILLANOVA (8-2, 5-1) VS. ALBANY (6-4, 2-4)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2014
VILLANOVA STADIUM (12,000)
VILLANOVA, PA.
CAREER HIGHS
2014 SEASON HIGHS
#86 Jacob Gribb (WR, Jr., 6-2, 208 lbs.)
Receptions
1
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11, 2014)
Receiving Yards
10
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11, 2014)
Long Reception
10
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11, 2014)
Receptions
Receiving Yards
Long Reception
1
10
10
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
#31 Matt Gudzak (RB, Fr., 5-9, 195 lbs.)
Points
6
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6, 2014)
Touchdowns
1
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6, 2014)
Points
Touchdowns
6
1
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
Rushing Attempts
Rushing Yards
Long Rush
Rushing Touchdowns
13
66
61
1
(2x), last vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11, 2014)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6, 2014)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6, 2014)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6, 2014)
Rushing Attempts
Rushing Yards
Long Rush
Rushing Touchdowns
13
66
61
1
(2x), last vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
Kickoff Returns
Kickoff Return Yards
Long Kickoff Return
3
52
24
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11, 2014)
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11, 2014)
vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25, 2014)
Kickoff Returns
Kickoff Return Yards
Long Kickoff Return
3
52
24
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25)
All-Purpose Yards
120
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11, 2014)
All-Purpose Yards
120
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
#4 Kevin Gulyas (WR, Jr., 5-11, 190 lbs.)
Points
12
at James Madison (Nov. 2, 2013)
Touchdowns
2
at James Madison (Nov. 2, 2013)
Points
Touchdowns
6
1
(5x), last vs. Towson (Nov. 8)
(5x), last vs. Towson (Nov. 8)
Receptions
Receiving Yards
Long Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
5
123
66
2
at Penn (Sept. 27, 2014)
at Penn (Sept. 27, 2014)
at Penn (Sept. 27, 2014)
at James Madison (Nov. 2, 2013)
Receptions
Receiving Yards
Long Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
5
123
66
1
at Penn (Sept. 27)
at Penn (Sept. 27)
at Penn (Sept. 27)
(5x), last vs. Towson (Nov. 8)
Punt Returns
Punt Return Yards
Long Punt Return
2
7
6
at New Hampshire (Oct. 19, 2013)
at New Hampshire (Oct. 19, 2013)
at New Hampshire (Oct. 19, 2013)
Punt Returns
Punt Return Yards
Long Punt Return
1
4
4
(2x), last vs. James Madison (Sept. 20)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
All-Purpose Yards
123
at Penn (Sept. 27, 2014)
All-Purpose Yards
123
at Penn (Sept. 27, 2014)
#73 Ross Hall (OL, Sr., 6-4, 285 lbs.)
Receptions
1
vs. Rhode Island (Sept. 15, 2012)
Receiving Yards
7
vs. Rhode Island (Sept. 15, 2012)
Long Reception
7
vs. Rhode Island (Sept. 15, 2012)
Receptions
Receiving Yards
Long Reception
Tackles
Tackles
1
vs. Old Dominion (Oct. 22, 2011)
#15 Joey Harmon (LB, Sr., 6-0, 235 lbs.)
Tackles
15
at Boston College (Aug. 31, 2013)
Tackles For Loss
2.5
(2x) last vs. James Madison (Nov. 10, 2012)
Sacks
2.5
vs. James Madison (Nov. 10, 2012)
Tackles
Tackles For Loss
Sacks
9
1.0
1.0
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20)
(2x), last at Maine (Oct. 4)
(2x), last at Maine (Oct. 4)
Pass Breakups
Interceptions
Long INT Return
Quarterback Hurries
1
1
2
1
(2x) last at New Hampshire (Oct. 19, 2013)
(2x) last at Towson (Oct. 12, 2013)
vs. William & Mary (Oct. 1, 2011)
at Syracuse (Aug. 29, 2014)
Pass Breakups
Interceptions
Long INT Return
Quarterback Hurries
1
at Syracuse (Aug. 29)
Forced Fumbles
Fumble Recoveries
1
1
at Boston College (Aug. 31, 2013)
(2x), last at William & Mary (Oct. 18, 2014)
Forced Fumbles
Fumble Recoveries
1
at William & Mary (Oct. 18)
WEEK 11 VS. ALBANY ~
KICKOFF: 7:00 PM
~
TV: ASN
~
RADIO: CBS SPORTS RADIO 610
27
GAME 11: NO. 6 VILLANOVA (8-2, 5-1) VS. ALBANY (6-4, 2-4)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2014
VILLANOVA STADIUM (12,000)
VILLANOVA, PA.
CAREER HIGHS
2014 SEASON HIGHS
#94 John Hinchen (K/P, So., 5-11, 175 lbs.)
Punts
7
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11, 2014)
Punting Yards
279
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11, 2014)
Average Punt
46.2 (6) at Richmond (Nov. 1, 2014)
Long Punt
64
at Richmond (Nov. 1, 2014)
Inside-20 Yard Line
3
at Syracuse (Aug. 29, 2014)
Punts
Punting Yards
Average Punt
Long Punt
Inside 20-Yard Line
#87 Clay Horne (WR, Sr., 6-6, 225 lbs.)
Points
6 (2x)
last vs. Stony Brook (Sept. 21, 2013)
Touchdowns
1 (2x)
last vs. Stony Brook (Sept. 21, 2013)
Points
Touchdowns
Rushing Attempts
Rushing Yards
Long Rush
Rushing Touchdowns
0
27
0
1
vs Fordham (Sept. 8, 2012)
vs Fordham (Sept. 8, 2012)
vs Fordham (Sept. 8, 2012)
vs Fordham (Sept. 8, 2012)
Rushing Attempts
Rushing Yards
Long Rush
Rushing Touchdowns
Receptions
Receiving Yards
Long Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
3
84
50
1
at James Madison (Nov. 2, 2013)
at William & Mary (Oct. 18, 2014)
at William & Mary (Oct. 18, 2014)
vs. Stony Brook (Sept. 21, 2013)
All-Purpose Yards
84
Tackles
1
7
279
46.2 (6)
64
3
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
at Richmond (Nov. 1)
at Richmond (Nov. 1)
at Syracuse (Aug. 29)
Receptions
Receiving Yards
Long Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
2
84
50
(2x), last at William & Mary (Oct. 18)
at William & Mary (Oct. 18)
at William & Mary (Oct. 18)
at William & Mary (Oct. 18, 2014)
All-Purpose Yards
84
at William & Mary (Oct. 18)
at William & Mary (Oct. 18, 2014)
Tackles
1
at William & Mary (Oct. 18)
4
2.0
at Penn (Sept. 27)
at Syracuse (Aug. 29)
2
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
1
1.0
1.0
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
#37 Terrance Howell (DB, Jr., 5-9, 170 lbs.)
Tackles
1
at Rhode Island (Nov. 9, 2013)
Tackles
#55 Jordan Hunter (DL, Jr., 6-2, 325 lbs.)
Tackles
4
at Penn (Sept. 27, 2014)
Tackles For Loss
2.0
at Syracuse (Aug. 29, 2014)
Tackles
Tackles For Loss
#8 Trey Johnson (DB, So., 5-11, 166 lbs.)
Tackles
8
at James Madison (Nov. 2, 2013)
Tackles
Pass Breakups
Pass Breakups
1
vs. Stony Brook (Sept. 21, 2013)
#13 Shayne Jones (DB, So., 6-0, 204 lbs.)
Tackles
2
(2x), last vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11, 2014)
Tackles
#76 Vince Kowalski (OL, Sr., 6-4, 298 lbs.)
Tackles
1
(2x) last at James Madison (Oct. 15, 2011)
Tackles
#92 Tanoh Kpassagnon (DL, So., 6-7, 267 lbs.)
Tackles
3
(2x) last vs. Delaware (Nov. 23, 2013)
Tackles For Loss
1.0
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6, 2014)
Sacks
1.0
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6, 2014)
Tackles
Tackles For Loss
Sacks
WEEK 11 VS. ALBANY ~
KICKOFF: 7:00 PM
~
TV: ASN
~
RADIO: CBS SPORTS RADIO 610
28
GAME 11: NO. 6 VILLANOVA (8-2, 5-1) VS. ALBANY (6-4, 2-4)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2014
VILLANOVA STADIUM (12,000)
VILLANOVA, PA.
CAREER HIGHS
2014 SEASON HIGHS
#18 Poppy Livers (WR, Sr., 5-7, 170 lbs.)
Points
12
(3x), last vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11, 2014)
Touchdowns
2
(3x), last vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11, 2014)
Points
Touchdowns
12
2
(2x), last vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
(2x), last vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
Rushing Attempts
Rushing Yards
Long Rush
3
60
43
vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25, 2014)
vs. Rhode Island (Sept. 15, 2012)
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11, 2014)
Rushing Attempts
Rushing Yards
Long Rush
3
43
43
vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25)
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
Receptions
Receiving Yards
Long Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
8
121
63
2
(3x), last vs. Fordham (Sept. 6, 2014)
vs. Penn (Sept. 28, 2013)
at Delaware (Nov. 17, 2012)
(3x), last vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11, 2014)
Receptions
Receiving Yards
Long Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
8
113
44
2
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
(2x), last vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
Kickoff Returns
Kickoff Return Yards
Long Kickoff Return
4
82
45
(3x), last vs. Delaware (Nov. 23, 2013)
at New Hampshire (Oct. 19, 2013)
at James Madison (Nov. 2, 2013)
Kickoff Returns
Kickoff Return Yards
Long Kickoff Return
1
1
1
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
Punt Returns
Punt Return Yards
Long Punt Return
Punt Return Touchdowns
3
80
67
1
at Maine (Oct. 4, 2014)
at Syracuse (Aug. 29, 2014)
at Syracuse (Aug. 29, 2014)
(2x), last at Syracuse (Aug. 29, 2014)
Punt Returns
Punt Return Yards
Long Punt Return
Punt Return Touchdowns
3
80
67
1
at Maine (Oct. 4)
at Syracuse (Aug. 29)
at Syracuse (Aug. 29)
at Syracuse (Aug. 29)
All-Purpose Yards
182
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11, 2014)
All-Purpose Yards
182
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
Tackles
1
(2x), last at Rhode Island (Nov. 9, 2013)
Tackles
#26 C.J. Logan (DB, So., 5-11, 200 lbs.)
Tackles
7
vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25, 2014)
Tackles
7
vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25)
Pass Breakups
3
at William & Mary (Oct. 18, 2014)
Pass Breakups
3
at William & Mary (Oct. 18)
Forced Fumbles
1
at Penn (Sept. 27, 2014)
Forced Fumbles
1
at Penn (Sept. 27)
#54 Dillon Lucas (LB, Jr., 6-0, 230 lbs.)
Tackles
12
vs. Old Dominion (Oct. 22, 2011)
Tackles For Loss
2.5
(2x), last at William & Mary (Oct. 18, 2014)
Sacks
1.0
(6x), last at Richmond (Nov. 1, 2014)
Tackles
Tackles For Loss
Sacks
10
2.5
1.0
at William & Mary (Oct. 18)
(2x), last at William & Mary (Oct. 18)
(3x), last at Richmond (Nov. 1)
Pass Breakups
Quarterback Hurries
1
3
(2x), last at Richmond (Nov. 1, 2014)
at Richmond (Nov. 1, 2014)
Pass Breakups
Quarterback Hurries
1
3
at Richmond (Nov. 1)
at Richmond (Nov. 1)
Forced Fumbles
Fumble Recoveries
1
1
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11, 2014)
at Maine (Oct. 4, 2014)
Forced Fumbles
Fumble Recoveries
1
1
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
at Maine (Oct. 4)
#42 Corey Majors (LB, Jr., 6-0, 245 lbs.)
Tackles
6
at Towson (Oct. 12, 2013)
Tackles For Loss
1.0
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6, 2014)
Tackles
Tackles For Loss
2
1.0
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
#30 Matt McCann (S, Jr., 5-9, 201 lbs.)
Tackles
7
(2x), last at Richmond (Nov. 1, 2014)
Tackles For Loss
1.5
vs. James Madison (Nov. 10, 2012)
Sacks
0.5
(2x), last at Maine (Oct. 4, 2014)
Tackles
Tackles For Loss
Sacks
7
1.0
0.5
(2x), last at Richmond (Nov. 1)
(5x), last vs. Towson (Nov. 8)
at Maine (Oct. 4)
Pass Breakups
Interceptions
Long INT Return
1
1
27
(4x), last at Syracuse (Aug. 29, 2014)
(2x), last vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25, 2014)
vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25, 2014)
Pass Breakups
Interceptions
Long INT Return
1
1
27
at Syracuse (Aug. 29)
vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25)
vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25)
All-Purpose Yards
27
vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25, 2014)
All-Purpose Yards
27
vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25)
WEEK 11 VS. ALBANY ~
KICKOFF: 7:00 PM
~
TV: ASN
~
RADIO: CBS SPORTS RADIO 610
29
GAME 11: NO. 6 VILLANOVA (8-2, 5-1) VS. ALBANY (6-4, 2-4)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2014
VILLANOVA STADIUM (12,000)
VILLANOVA, PA.
CAREER HIGHS
2014 SEASON HIGHS
#7 Cameron McCurry (S, Jr., 5-11, 196 lbs.)
Tackles
15
at Richmond (Nov. 1, 2014)
Tackles For Loss
1.0
(2x), last vs. James Madison (Sept. 20, 2014)
Sacks
1.0
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20, 2014)
Tackles
Tackles For Loss
Sacks
15
1.0
1.0
at Richmond (Nov. 1)
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20)
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20)
Interceptions
Long INT Return
Pass Breakups
Quarterback Hurries
1
32
3
1
(4x) last at Towson (Oct. 12, 2013)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6, 2014)
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20, 2014)
at Richmond (Nov. 1, 2014)
Interceptions
Long INT Return
Pass Breakups
Quarterback Hurries
1
32
3
1
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20)
at Richmond (Nov. 1)
Forced Fumbles
Fumble Recoveries
1
1
(2x), lsat vs. James Madison (Sept. 20, 2014)
(2x), last vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11, 2014)
Forced Fumbles
Fumble Recoveries
1
1
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20)
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
Blocked Kicks (PAT)
1
at Towson (Oct. 12, 2013)
Blocked Kicks (PAT)
#1 Austin Medley (RB, Sr., 5-11, 205 lbs.)
Points
12
at Massachusetts (Nov. 5, 2011)
Touchdowns
2
at Massachusetts (Nov. 5, 2011)
Points
Touchdowns
6
1
(3x), last vs. Towson (Nov. 8)
(3x), last vs. Towson (Nov. 8)
Rushing Attempts
Rushing Yards
Long Rush
Rushing Touchdowns
17
125
57
1
vs. Maine (Oct. 29, 2011)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 8, 2012)
vs. Stony Brook (Sept. 21, 2013)
(7x) last vs. James Madison (Sept. 20, 2014)
Rushing Attempts
Rushing Yards
Long Rush
Rushing Touchdowns
12
78
38
1
vs. Towson (Nov. 8)
vs. Towson (Nov. 8)
vs. Towson (Nov. 8)
(2x), last vs. Towson (Nov. 8)
Receptions
Receiving Yards
Long Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
2
60
60
1
(6x) last vs. James Madison (Sept. 20, 2014)
at Rhode Island (Nov. 9, 2013)
at Rhode Island (Nov. 9, 2013)
(2x), last vs. Fordham (Sept. 6, 2014)
Receptions
Receiving Yards
Long Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
2
21
16
1
(2x), last vs. James Madison (Sept. 20)
(2x), last at Richmond (Nov. 1)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
Kickoff Returns
Kickoff Return Yards
Long Kickoff Return
3
65
33
vs. Maine (Oct. 29, 2011)
vs. Maine (Oct. 29, 2011)
vs. Maine (Oct. 29, 2011)
Kickoff Returns
Kickoff Return Yards
Long Kickoff Return
All-Purpose Yards
165
vs. Maine (Oct. 29, 2011)
All-Purpose Yards
78
vs. Towson (Nov. 8)
#29 Jerry Miles (DB, Sr., 5-11, 195 lbs.)
Points
6
at Fordham (Sept. 7, 2013)
Touchdowns
1
at Fordham (Sept. 7, 2013)
Points
Touchdowns
Tackles
Tackles For Loss
8
1.0
vs. Old Dominion (Oct. 22, 2011)
(2x) last at Rhode Island (Nov. 9, 2013)
Tackles
Tackles For Loss
5
(2x), last vs. Towson (Nov. 8)
Interceptions
Long INT Return
INT Return Touchdowns
Pass Breakups
Quarterback Hurries
1
46
1
2
1
at Fordham (Sept. 7, 2013)
at Fordham (Sept. 7, 2013)
at Fordham (Sept. 7, 2013)
at Towson (Oct. 12, 2013)
at Richmond (Nov. 1, 2014)
Interceptions
Long INT Return
INT Return Touchdowns
Pass Breakups
Quarterback Hurries
1
6
at Penn (Sept. 27)
at Penn (Sept. 27)
1
1
at Syracuse (Aug. 29)
at Richmond (Nov. 1)
Forced Fumbles
1
vs. Maine (Oct. 29, 2011)
Forced Fumbles
WEEK 11 VS. ALBANY ~
KICKOFF: 7:00 PM
~
TV: ASN
~
RADIO: CBS SPORTS RADIO 610
30
GAME 11: NO. 6 VILLANOVA (8-2, 5-1) VS. ALBANY (6-4, 2-4)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2014
VILLANOVA STADIUM (12,000)
VILLANOVA, PA.
CAREER HIGHS
2014 SEASON HIGHS
#2 Kevin Monangai (RB, Sr., 5-8, 210 lbs.)
Points
12
(7x), last vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25, 2014)
Touchdowns
2
(7x), last vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25, 2014)
Points
Touchdowns
12
2
(3x), last vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25)
(3x), last vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25)
Rushing Attempts
Rushing Yards
Long Rush
Rushing Touchdowns
30
192
81
2
at Maine (Sept. 29, 2012)
at Maine (Sept. 29, 2012)
vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25, 2014)
(5x) last vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25, 2014)
Rushing Attempts
Rushing Yards
Long Rush
Rushing Touchdowns
20
170
81
2
at Maine (Oct. 4)
vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25)
vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25)
(2x), last vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25)
Receptions
Receiving Yards
Long Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
3
45
37
2
(3x), last at William & Mary (Oct. 18, 2014)
vs. Towson (Oct. 27, 2012)
at Temple (Aug. 31, 2012)
vs. Towson (Oct. 27, 2012)
Receptions
Receiving Yards
Long Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
3
29
22
1
(2x), last at William & Mary (Oct. 18)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
(2x), last vs. Towson (Nov. 8)
Kick Returns
Kick Return Yards
Long Kick Return
2
14
7
at Temple (Aug. 31, 2012)
at Temple (Aug. 31, 2012)
(2x) last at Temple (Aug. 31, 2012)
Kick Returns
Kick Return Yards
Long Kick Return
All-Purpose Yards
192
at Maine (Sept. 29, 2012)
All-Purpose Yards
170
vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25)
#89 Ryan Morris (TE, So., 6-3, 238 lbs.)
Receptions
1
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11, 2014)
Receiving Yards
10
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11, 2014)
Long Reception
10
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11, 2014)
Receptions
Receiving Yards
Long Reception
1
10
10
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
#40 Fred O’Connor (RB, Sr., 5-9, 215 lbs.)
Rushing Attempts
4
at Penn (Sept. 27, 2014)
Rushing Yards
10
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6, 2014)
Long Rush
8
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6, 2014)
Rushing Attempts
Rushing Yards
Long Rush
4
10
8
at Penn (Sept. 27)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
Total Offense
All-Purpose Yards
Total Offense
All-Purpose Yards
10
10
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
#88 Reggie Paris (DE, Jr., 6-3, 250 lbs.)
Tackles
6
vs. Towson (Nov. 8, 2014)
Tackles For Loss
2.0
(2x), last at Maine (Oct. 4)
Sacks
1.0
(5x), last vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25, 2014)
Tackles
Tackles For Loss
Sacks
6
2.0
1.0
vs. Towson (Nov. 8)
(2x), last at Maine (Oct. 4)
(2x), last vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25)
Pass Breakups
Quarterback Hurries
1
1
(2x), last at Richmond (Nov. 1, 2014)
at Richmond (Nov. 1, 2014)
Pass Breakups
Quarterback Hurries
1
1
at Richmond (Nov. 1)
at Richmond (Nov. 1)
Fumble Recoveries
Forced Fumbles
1
2
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11, 2014)
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20, 2014)
Fumble Recoveries
Forced Fumbles
1
2
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20)
Blocked Kicks (Punt)
1
at Rhode Island (Nov. 9, 2013)
Blocked Kicks (Punt)
Punt Returns
Punt Return Yards
1
15
at Rhode Island (Nov. 9, 2013)
at Rhode Island (Nov. 9, 2013)
Punt Returns
Punt Return Yards
10
10
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6, 2014)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6, 2014)
#81 Earnest Pettway (TE, Sr., 6-4, 250 lbs.)
Points
12
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20, 2014)
Touchdowns
2
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20, 2014)
Points
Touchdowns
12
2
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20)
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20)
Receptions
Receiving Yards
Long Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
Receptions
Receiving Yards
Long Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
3
46
36
2
at Maine (Oct. 4)
at Penn (Sept. 27)
at Penn (Sept. 27)
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20)
5
57
36
2
at James Madison (Nov. 2, 2013)
at James Madison (Nov. 2, 2013)
at Penn (Sept. 27, 2014)
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20, 2014)
WEEK 11 VS. ALBANY ~
KICKOFF: 7:00 PM
~
TV: ASN
~
RADIO: CBS SPORTS RADIO 610
31
GAME 11: NO. 6 VILLANOVA (8-2, 5-1) VS. ALBANY (6-4, 2-4)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2014
VILLANOVA STADIUM (12,000)
VILLANOVA, PA.
CAREER HIGHS
2014 SEASON HIGHS
#24 Taurus Phillips (WR, Fr., 5-9, 175 lbs.)
Receptions
1
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11, 2014)
Receiving Yards
-1
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11, 2014)
Long Reception
-1
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11, 2014)
Receptions
Receiving Yards
Long Reception
1
-1
-1
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
#16 Cody Pittman (QB, Jr., 5-9, 178 lbs.)
Passing Attempts
2
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11, 2014)
Passing Completions 2
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11, 2014)
Passing Yards
9
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11, 2014)
Long Pass
10
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11, 2014)
Passing Touchdowns 1
vs. Stony Brook (Sept. 21, 2013)
Passing Attempts
Passing Completions
Passing Yards
Long Pass
Passing Touchdowns
2
2
9
10
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
Rushing Attempts
Rushing Yards
Long Rush
3
6
4
(2x), last vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11, 2014)
at Penn (Sept. 27, 2014)
at Penn (Sept. 27, 2014)
Rushing Attempts
Rushing Yards
Long Rush
3
6
4
(2x), last vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
at Penn (Sept. 27)
at Penn (Sept. 27)
Total Offense
All-Purpose Yards
6
6
at Penn (Sept. 27, 2014)
at Penn (Sept. 27, 2014)
Total Offense
All-Purpose Yards
6
6
at Penn (Sept. 27)
at Penn (Sept. 27)
#91 Thomas Plonski (DL, R-Fr., 6-5, 250 lbs.)
Tackles
3
at Penn (Sept. 27, 2014)
Tackles For Loss
0.5
at Penn (Sept. 27, 2014)
Tackles
Tackles
3
0.5
at Penn (Sept. 27)
at Penn (Sept. 27)
#12 Chris Polony (QB, Sr., 6-3, 215 lbs.)
Points
6
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11, 2014)
Touchdowns
1
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11, 2014)
Points
Touchdowns
6
1
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
Passing Attempts
Passing Completions
Completion Pct.
Passing Yards
Long Pass
Passing Touchdowns
Interceptions
31
20
73.3 (15-19)
198
60
3
2
at Massachusetts (Nov. 5, 2011)
at Massachusetts (Nov. 5, 2011)
at New Hampshire (Oct. 8, 2011)
vs. Maine (Oct. 29, 2011)
vs. Maine (Oct. 29, 2011)
(2x) last at Massachusetts (Nov. 5, 2011)
(2x) last vs. Delaware (Nov. 19, 2011)
Passing Attempts
Passing Completions
Completion Pct.
Passing Yards
Long Pass
Passing Touchdowns
Interceptions
6
4
100.0 (1-1)
77
46
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
(2x), last vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25)
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
1
at Richmond (Nov. 1)
Rushing Attempts
Rushing Yards
Long Rush
Rushing Touchdowns
11
52
26
1
vs. Maine (Oct. 29, 2011)
vs. Old Dominion (Oct. 22, 2011)
vs. Old Dominion (Oct. 22, 2011)
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11, 2014)
Rushing Attempts
Rushing Yards
Long Rush
Rushing Touchdowns
7
46
16
1
at Penn (Sept. 27)
at Penn (Sept. 27)
(2x), last at Penn (Sept. 27)
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
Total Offense
232
vs. Maine (Oct. 29, 2011)
Total Offense
99
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
#27 Malik Reaves (DB, Fr., 6-0, 185 lbs.)
Tackles
7
at Richmond (Nov. 1, 2014)
Tackles
7
at Richmond (Nov. 1)
Pass Breakups
1
(2x), last at Maine (Oct. 4 2014)
Pass Breakups
1
(2x), last at Maine (Oct. 4)
Fumble Recoveries
1
at William & Mary (Oct. 18, 2014)
Fumble Recoveries
1
at William & Mary (Oct. 18)
WEEK 11 VS. ALBANY ~
KICKOFF: 7:00 PM
~
TV: ASN
~
RADIO: CBS SPORTS RADIO 610
32
GAME 11: NO. 6 VILLANOVA (8-2, 5-1) VS. ALBANY (6-4, 2-4)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2014
VILLANOVA STADIUM (12,000)
VILLANOVA, PA.
CAREER HIGHS
2014 SEASON HIGHS
#19 John Robertson (QB, Jr., 6-1, 220 lbs.)
Points
24
(2x) last at Rhode Island (Nov. 9, 2013)
Touchdowns
4
(2x) last at Rhode Island (Nov. 9, 2013)
Points
Touchdowns
12
2
(2x), last vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25)
(2x), last vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25)
Rushing Attempts
Rushing Yards
Long Rush
Rushing Touchdowns
34
256
59
4
at Syracuse (Aug. 29, 2014)
at New Hampshire (Oct. 19, 2013)
vs. Maine (Oct. 26, 2013)
(2x) last at Rhode Island (Nov. 9, 2013)
Rushing Attempts
Rushing Yards
Long Rush
Rushing Touchdowns
34
115
56
2
at Syracuse (Aug. 29)
at Syracuse (Aug. 29)
vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25)
(2x), last vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25)
Passing Attempts
Passing Completions
Completion Pct.
Passing Yards
Long Pass
Passing Touchdowns
Interceptions
38
24
94.4 (17-18)
337
72
4
3
vs. Richmond (Oct. 6, 2012)
vs. Richmond (Oct. 6, 2012)
at Towson (Oct. 12, 2013)
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20, 2014)
vs. Richmond (Oct. 6, 2012)
(5x), last vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11, 2014)
vs. Richmond (Oct. 6, 2012)
Passing Attempts
Passing Completions
Completion Pct.
Passing Yards
Long Pass
Passing Touchdowns
Interceptions
32
22
81.5 (22-27)
337
69
4
1
at William & Mary (Oct. 18)
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20)
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20)
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20)
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20)
(4x), last vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
(2x), last at Richmond (Nov. 1)
Total Offense
425
vs. Richmond (Oct. 6, 2012)
Total Offense
356
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20)
#17 Rob Rolle (DB, Fr., 6-0, 180 lbs.)
Tackles
3
(2x), last vs. Towson (Nov. 8, 2014)
Tackles
3
(2x), last vs. Towson (Nov. 8)
Pass Breakups
Pass Breakups
1
at Maine (Oct. 4)
#20 Joe Sarnese (DB, Sr., 5-11, 200 lbs.)
Points
6
(2x), last vs. Towson (Nov. 8, 2014)
Touchdowns
1
(2x), last vs. Towson (Nov. 8, 2014)
Points
Touchdowns
6
1
vs. Towson (Nov. 8)
vs. Towson (Nov. 8)
Kick Returns
Kick Return Yards
Long Kick Return
3
125
85
(3x) last vs. Rhode Island (Sept. 15, 2012)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 8, 2012)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 8, 2012)
Kick Returns
Kick Return Yards
Long Kick Return
2
34
26
at Syracuse (Aug. 29)
at Syracuse (Aug. 29)
vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25)
All-Purpose Yards
125
vs. Fordham (Sept. 8, 2012)
All-Purpose Yards
65
vs. Towson (Nov. 8)
Tackles
Tackles For Loss
13
2.0
vs. Richmond (Oct. 6, 2012)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 8, 2012)
Tackles
Tackles For Loss
11
1.0
(2x), last vs. Towson (Nov. 8)
(2x), last vs. James Madison (Sept. 20)
Pass Breakups
1
(8x) last vs. Towson (Nov. 8, 2014)
Pass Breakups
1
(2x), last vs. Towson (Nov. 8)
Interceptions
2
Long INT Return
48
INT Return Touchdowns 1
(2x), last vs. James Madison (Sept. 20, 2014)
vs. Towson (Nov. 8, 2014)
vs. Towson (Nov. 8, 2014)
Interceptions
Long INT Return
INT Return Touchdowns
2
48
1
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20)
vs. Towson (Nov. 8)
vs. Towson (Nov. 8)
Forced Fumbles
1
Fumble Recoveries
1
Fumble Recovery TDs 1
(2x) last at Towson (Oct. 12, 2013)
vs. Stony Brook (Sept. 21, 2013)
vs. Stony Brook (Sept. 21, 2013)
Forced Fumbles
Fumble Recoveries
Fumble Recovery TDs
1
at Maine (Oct. 4, 2014)
#33 Ed Shockley (LB, Fr., 5-11, 220 lbs.)
Tackles
7
at Penn (Sept. 27, 2014)
Tackles For Loss
1.0
at Penn (Sept. 27, 2014)
Sacks
1.0
at Penn (Sept. 27, 2014)
Tackles
Tackles For Loss
Sacks
7
1.0
1.0
at Penn (Sept. 27)
at Penn (Sept. 27)
at Penn (Sept. 27)
Pass Breakups
Pass Breakups
1
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
Tackles
2
vs. Towson (Nov. 8)
1
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6, 2014)
#32 Rasaan Stewart (DB, Fr., 6-1, 195 lbs.)
Tackles
2
vs. Towson (Nov. 8, 2014)
WEEK 11 VS. ALBANY ~
KICKOFF: 7:00 PM
~
TV: ASN
~
RADIO: CBS SPORTS RADIO 610
33
GAME 11: NO. 6 VILLANOVA (8-2, 5-1) VS. ALBANY (6-4, 2-4)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2014
VILLANOVA STADIUM (12,000)
VILLANOVA, PA.
CAREER HIGHS
2014 SEASON HIGHS
#97 Doug Turrell (TE, Sr., 6-5, 275 lbs.)
Points
6
vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25, 2014)
Touchdowns
1
vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25, 2014)
Points
Touchdowns
6
1
vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25)
vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25)
Receptions
Receiving Yards
Long Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
Receptions
Receiving Yards
Long Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
2
33
29
1
vs.
vs.
vs.
vs.
#5 Gary Underwood (RB, Jr., 5-11, 215 lbs.)
Points
12
at Penn (Sept. 27, 2014)
Touchdowns
2
at Penn (Sept. 27, 2014)
Points
Touchdowns
12
2
at Penn (Sept. 27)
at Penn (Sept. 27)
Rushing Attempts
Rushing Yards
Long Rush
Rushing Touchdowns
8
93
54
2
(2x), last at Maine (Oct. 4, 2014)
at Penn (Sept. 27, 2014)
at Penn (Sept. 27, 2014)
at Penn (Sept. 27, 2014)
Rushing Attempts
Rushing Yards
Long Rush
Rushing Touchdowns
8
93
54
2
(2x), last at Maine (Oct. 4)
at Penn (Sept. 27)
at Penn (Sept. 27)
at Penn (Sept. 27)
Passing Attempts
Passing Completions
Passing Yards
Long Pass
Passing Touchdowns
Interceptions
1
1
39
39
1
1
(4x) last vs. Delaware (Nov. 23, 2013)
(2x) last vs. Delaware (Nov. 23, 2013)
vs. Delaware (Nov. 23, 2013)
vs. Delaware (Nov. 23, 2013)
at James Madison (Nov. 2, 2013)
at Boston College (Aug. 31, 2013)
Passing Attempts
Passing Completions
Passing Yards
Long Pass
Passing Touchdowns
Interceptions
Receptions
Receiving Yards
Long Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
5
69
69
1
vs. Richmond (Oct. 6, 2012)
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20, 2014)
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20, 2014)
(6x) last vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11, 2014)
Receptions
Receiving Yards
Long Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
3
69
69
1
at Syracuse (Aug. 29)
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20)
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20)
(3x), last vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
Kickoff Returns
Kickoff Return Yards
Long Kickoff Return
4
98
39
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20, 2014)
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20, 2014)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6, 2014)
Kickoff Returns
Kickoff Return Yards
Long Kickoff Return
4
98
39
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20)
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
Total Offense
All-Purpose Yards
93
197
at Penn (Sept. 27, 2014)
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20)
Total Offense
All-Purpose Yards
93
197
at Penn (Sept. 27)
vs. James Madison (Sept. 20)
Tackles
1
(4x), last vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11, 2014)
Tackles
1
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
2
33
29
1
vs.
vs.
vs.
vs.
Morgan State (Oct. 25, 2014)
Morgan State (Oct. 25, 2014)
Morgan State (Oct. 25, 2014)
Morgan State (Oct. 25, 2014)
Morgan State (Oct. 25)
Morgan State (Oct. 25)
Morgan State (Oct. 25)
Morgan State (Oct. 25)
#74 Kyle Wallace (OL, Jr., 6-2, 275 lbs.)
Tackles
1
at Temple (Aug. 31, 2012)
Tackles
#9 Aaron Wells (WR, Jr., 5-8, 190 lbs.)
Rushing Attempts
3
(2x) last at Georgia State (Oct. 20, 2012)
Rushing Yards
51
at Maine (Sept. 29, 2012)
Long Rush
19
at Maine (Sept. 29, 2012)
Rushing Attempts
Rushing Yards
Long Rush
2
19
13
(2x), last at Maine (Oct. 4)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
at Maine (Oct. 4)
Receptions
Receiving Yards
Long Reception
2
34
23
(5x), last vs. Towson (Nov. 8, 2014)
at Maine (Oct. 4, 2014)
(2x), last at Maine (Oct. 4, 2014)
Receptions
Receiving Yards
Long Reception
2
34
23
(5x), last vs. Towson (Nov. 8)
at Maine (Oct. 4)
at Maine (Oct. 4)
Kickoff Returns
Kickoff Return Yards
Long Kickoff Return
2
28
20
at New Hampshire (Oct. 19, 2013)
at New Hampshire (Oct. 19, 2013)
(2x) last at New Hampshire (Oct. 19, 2013)
Kickoff Returns
Kickoff Return Yards
Long Kickoff Return
All-Purpose Yards
54
at Georgia State (Oct. 20, 2012)
All-Purpose Yards
49
at Maine (Oct. 4)
WEEK 11 VS. ALBANY ~
KICKOFF: 7:00 PM
~
TV: ASN
~
RADIO: CBS SPORTS RADIO 610
34
GAME 11: NO. 6 VILLANOVA (8-2, 5-1) VS. ALBANY (6-4, 2-4)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2014
VILLANOVA STADIUM (12,000)
VILLANOVA, PA.
CAREER HIGHS
2014 SEASON HIGHS
#95 Steve Weyler (K/P, Fr., 5-10, 170 lbs.)
PATs Attempted
7
vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25, 2014)
PATs Made
6
(3x), last vs. Towson (Nov. 8, 2014)
PATs Attempted
PATs Made
7
6
vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25)
(3x), last vs. Towson (Nov. 8)
Field Goals Made
1
Field Goals Attempted 1
Long Field Goal
24
Field Goals Made
Field Goals Attempted
Long Field Goal
1
1
24
at Richmond (Nov. 1)
(2x), last at Richmond (Nov. 1)
at Richmond (Nov. 1)
at Richmond (Nov. 1, 2014)
(2x), last at Richmond (Nov. 1, 2014)
at Richmond (Nov. 1, 2014)
#11 Javon White (RB, Jr., 5-11, 195 lbs.)
Rushing Attempts
10
at Rhode Island (Nov. 9, 2013)
Rushing Yards
56
at Rhode Island (Nov. 9, 2013)
Long Rush
46
at Rhode Island (Nov. 9, 2013)
Rushing Attempts
Rushing Yards
Long Rush
Kickoff Returns
Kickoff Return Yards
Long Kickoff Return
3
84
37
(3x) last at Fordham (Sept. 7, 2013)
vs. Richmond (Oct. 6, 2012)
vs. Richmond (Oct. 6, 2012)
Kickoff Returns
Kickoff Return Yards
Long Kickoff Return
All-Purpose Yards
84
vs. Richmond (Oct. 6, 2012)
All-Purpose Yards
Tackles
1
(3x) last vs. Delaware (Nov. 23, 2013)
Tackles
#49 T.J. White (LB, So., 6-1, 225 lbs.)
Tackles
3
at Penn (Sept. 27, 2014)
Tackles
3
at Penn (Sept. 27)
#53 Michael Williams (DL, R-Fr., 6-4, 280 lbs.)
Tackles
1
(2x), last vs. James Madison (Sept. 20, 2014)
Tackles
1
(2x), last vs. James Madison (Sept. 20)
#52 Pat Williams (DL, Sr., 6-0, 285 lbs.)
Tackles
4
(5x), last vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11, 2014)
Tackles For Loss
2.5
vs. Penn (Sept. 28, 2013)
Sacks
1.5
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11, 2014)
Tackles
Tackles For Loss
Sacks
4
2.0
1.5
(3x), last vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
vs. Fordham (Sept. 6)
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
Pass Breakups
1
(2x), last at Richmond (Nov. 1, 2014)
Pass Breakups
1
at Richmond (Nov. 1)
Fumble Recoveries
Forced Fumbles
1
1
(2x), last at Richmond (Nov. 1, 2014)
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11, 2014)
Fumble Recoveries
Forced Fumbles
1
1
(2x), last at Richmond (Nov. 1)
vs. Rhode Island (Oct. 11)
Blocked Kicks (Punts)
1
vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25, 2014)
Blocked Kicks (Punts)
1
vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25)
Punt Returns
Punt Return Yards
Long Punt Return
1
27
0
vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25, 2014)
vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25, 2014)
vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25, 2014)
Punt Returns
Punt Return Yards
Long Punt Return
1
27
0
vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25)
vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25)
vs. Morgan State (Oct. 25)
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All games
SEASON
Rushing
gp
Monangai, K.
Robertson, J.
Underwood, G.
Medley, A.
Gudzak, M.
Polony, C.
Livers, P.
Wells, A.
O'Connor, F.
Pittman, C.
TEAM
Total
Opponents
10
10
8
7
9
7
10
10
3
10
9
10
10
CAREER
att gain loss
139
164
46
49
31
19
6
6
6
6
12
484
333
net avg td
lg avg/g
736 38 698 5.0 8
860 167 693 4.2 6
344
1 343 7.5 4
222
2 220 4.5 2
178
4 174 5.6 1
102
2 100 5.3 1
73
6
67 11.2 0
44
0
44 7.3 0
21
3
18 3.0 0
7 14
-7 -1.2 0
0 54 -54 -4.5 0
2587 291 2296 4.7 22
1360 317 1043 3.1 11
81 69.8
56 69.3
54 42.9
38 31.4
61 19.3
16 14.3
43 6.7
13 4.4
8 6.0
4 -0.7
0 -6.0
81 229.6
67 104.3
Passing
gp
efficcomp-att-int pct
yds td
lg avg/g
Robertson, J.
Polony, C.
Pittman, C.
Gough, C.
Total
Opponents
10 184.49 160-236-2 67.8
7 111.20 9-14-1 64.3
10 137.80 2-2-0
100.
10 0.00 0-1-0
0.0
10 179.34 171-253-3 67.6
10 117.88 204-365-13 55.9
2187 29
102 0
9 0
0 0
2298 29
2453 14
69 218.7
46 14.6
10 0.9
0 0.0
69 229.8
71 245.3
Receiving
gp no.
yds
avg
td
lg avg/g
Livers, P.
Gulyas, K.
Burke, M.
Monangai, K.
Collins, L.
Wells, A.
Underwood, G.
Pettway, E.
Horne, C.
Medley, A.
DeCamillo, A.
Turrell, D.
Gudzak, M.
Morris, R.
Gribb, J.
Phillips, T.
Total
Opponents
10 48 706
10 20 380
9 20 262
10 15
92
10 12 131
10 12
72
8 11 175
5
9 120
10
7 166
7
5
50
10
4
61
10
4
47
9
1
17
9
1
10
9
1
10
2
1
-1
10 171 2298
10 204 2453
14.7
19.0
13.1
6.1
10.9
6.0
15.9
13.3
23.7
10.0
15.2
11.8
17.0
10.0
10.0
-1.0
13.4
12.0
7
5
3
2
2
0
3
4
0
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
29
14
44 70.6
66 38.0
34 29.1
22 9.2
29 13.1
23 7.2
69 21.9
36 24.0
50 16.6
21 7.1
17 6.1
29 4.7
17 1.9
10 1.1
10 1.1
0 -0.5
69 229.8
71 245.3
Total Offense
Robertson, J.
Monangai, K.
Underwood, G.
Medley, A.
Polony, C.
Gudzak, M.
Livers, P.
Wells, A.
O'Connor, F.
Pittman, C.
TEAM
Total
Opponents
g plays rush pass total avg/g
10
10
8
7
7
9
10
10
3
10
9
10
10
400
139
46
49
33
31
6
6
6
8
12
737
698
693
698
343
220
100
174
67
44
18
-7
-54
2296
1043
2187
0
0
0
102
0
0
0
0
9
0
2298
2453
2880 288.0
698 69.8
343 42.9
220 31.4
202 28.9
174 19.3
67 6.7
44 4.4
18 6.0
2 0.2
-54 -6.0
4594 459.4
3496 349.6
avg
td
41 535 2839 112 2727 5.1
34 571 3630 510 3120 5.5
30
68
446
2
444 6.5
35 240 1293
33 1260 5.2
9
31
178
4
174 5.6
21
87
423 118
305 3.5
36
15
162
11
151 10.1
29
17
157
3
154 9.1
3
6
21
3
18 3.0
21
7
7
14
-7 -1.0
gp
att
25
40
4
8
1
1
0
0
0
0
gp
gain loss
effic comp-att-int
34 155.84 481-736-16
21 112.46 84-149-8
21 184.80
3-4-0
33
0.00
0-1-0
gp
g
no.
net
pct
yds
td
lg avg/g
56
8
1
0
72 179.7
60 41.5
10
0.6
0
0.0
yds
avg
td
12.4
15.0
12.4
7.5
10.9
7.5
12.4
9.7
14.7
10.5
15.8
11.8
17.0
10.0
10.0
-1.0
10
7
3
4
2
0
6
8
1
2
1
1
0
0
0
0
rush
66.5
91.8
14.8
36.0
19.3
14.5
4.2
5.3
6.0
-0.3
65.4 6109
56.4
871
75.0
13
0.0
0
36 122 1511
27
41
615
26
36
447
41
35
263
10
12
131
29
17
127
30
33
410
37
43
417
43
29
427
35
22
231
18
5
79
27
4
47
9
1
17
9
1
10
10
1
10
2
1
-1
plays
lg avg/g
81
59
54
57
61
26
43
19
8
4
lg avg/g
63
66
50
37
29
23
69
36
50
60
18
29
17
10
10
0
pass
total
avg/g
34 1307 3120 6109
41
535 2727
0
30
72
444
47
35
240 1260
0
21
236
305
871
9
31
174
0
36
15
151
0
29
17
154
0
3
6
18
0
21
11
-7
13
9229
2727
491
1260
1176
174
151
154
18
6
271.4
66.5
16.4
36.0
56.0
19.3
4.2
5.3
6.0
0.3
42.0
22.8
17.2
6.4
13.1
4.4
13.7
11.3
9.9
6.6
4.4
1.7
1.9
1.1
1.0
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All games
SEASON
Scoring
Monangai, K.
Livers, P.
Underwood, G.
Robertson, J.
Gough, C.
Gulyas, K.
Weyler, S.
Pettway, E.
Medley, A.
Burke, M.
Collins, L.
Gudzak, M.
Sarnese, J.
Calitro, A.
Polony, C.
DeCamillo, A.
Turrell, D.
TEAM
Total
Opponents
td
fg
10
8
7
6
5
4
3
3
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
54
25
3-6
1-2
4-8
7-9
kick
CAREER
PAT
rush rcv pass dxp saf pts
0-1
23-25 24-28 47-53 0-1
24-25 -
Punt Returns
no.
Livers, P.
Gulyas, K.
TEAM
Williams, P.
Total
Opponents
15 120 8.0
2
4 2.0
1
0 0.0
1
27 27.0
19 151 7.9
14
53 3.8
Kick Returns
no.
yds avg td
Underwood, G.
Gudzak, M.
Sarnese, J.
Livers, P.
Total
Opponents
14
8
5
2
29
49
358 25.6
133 16.6
95 19.0
25 12.5
611 21.1
940 19.2
Interceptions
no.
yds avg td
Ceneus, J.
Sarnese, J.
McCann, M.
Calitro, A.
Miles, J.
McCurry, C.
Cherry, D.
Total
Opponents
5
71 14.2
3
84 28.0
1
27 27.0
1
35 35.0
1
6 6.0
1
32 32.0
1
1 1.0
13 256 19.7
3
0 0.0
Fumble Returns
no.
Reaves, M.
Total
Opponents
1
1
0
yds avg td
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
-
-
-
- 60
- 48
- 42
- 36
- 32
- 30
- 27
- 24
- 18
- 18
- 12
6
6
6
6
6
6
1
2
1 385
- 195
td
fg
kick
29
12
10
40
7
8
10
3
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
3-7
1-2
-
23-25
24-28
-
PAT
rush rcv pass dxp saf
0-1
-
- - - - 0-1
- - - - - - - - - - - 0-2
- - -
lg
no.
yds
avg
td
lg
67
4
0
0
67
25
33
4
324
11
9.8
2.8
2
0
67
6
27 27.0
0
0
1
lg
no.
yds
avg
td
lg
39
24
26
15
39
34
14
8
23
20
358
133
490
358
25.6
16.6
21.3
17.9
0
0
0
0
39
24
85
45
lg
no.
yds
avg
td
lg
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
2
0
40
48
27
35
6
32
1
48
0
5
9
2
1
2
5
1
71
123
44
35
52
69
1
14.2
13.7
22.0
35.0
26.0
13.8
1.0
0
1
0
1
1
0
0
40
48
27
35
46
32
1
yds avg td
lg
no.
yds
avg
td
lg
5
5
0
1
5
5.0
0
5
5 5.0
5 5.0
0 0.0
0
0
0
-
pts
- 174
72
60
- 240
32
42
27
48
60
18
12
6
12
6
6
6
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All games
SEASON
All Purpose
Livers, P.
Underwood,
Monangai, K.
Robertson, J.
Gulyas, K.
Gudzak, M.
Medley, A.
Burke, M.
Sarnese, J.
Horne, C.
Collins, L.
Pettway, E.
Wells, A.
Polony, C.
Ceneus, J.
DeCamillo, A.
Turrell, D.
Calitro, A.
McCurry, C.
Williams, P.
McCann, M.
O'Connor, F.
Morris, R.
Gribb, J.
Miles, J.
Cherry, D.
Phillips, T.
Pittman, C.
TEAM
Total
Opponents
Field Goals
Gough, C.
Weyler, S.
Total
Opponents
g rush
10
8
10
10
10
9
7
9
10
10
10
5
10
7
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
3
9
9
9
10
2
10
9
10
10
67
343
698
693
0
174
220
0
0
0
0
0
44
100
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
18
0
0
0
0
0
-7
-54
2296
1043
rcv
pr
CAREER
kr
ir total avg/g
706 120
25
0 918 91.8
175
0 358
0 876 109.5
92
0
0
0 790 79.0
0
0
0
0 693 69.3
380
4
0
0 384 38.4
17
0 133
0 324 36.0
50
0
0
0 270 38.6
262
0
0
0 262 29.1
0
0
95
84 179 17.9
166
0
0
0 166 16.6
131
0
0
0 131 13.1
120
0
0
0 120 24.0
72
0
0
0 116 11.6
0
0
0
0 100 14.3
0
0
0
71
71 7.1
61
0
0
0
61 6.1
47
0
0
0
47 4.7
0
0
0
35
35 3.5
0
0
0
32
32 3.2
0
27
0
0
27 2.7
0
0
0
27
27 2.7
0
0
0
0
18 6.0
10
0
0
0
10 1.1
10
0
0
0
10 1.1
0
0
0
6
6 0.7
0
0
0
1
1 0.1
-1
0
0
0
-1 -0.5
0
0
0
0
-7 -0.7
0
0
0
0 -54 -6.0
2298 151 611 256 5612 561.2
2453
53 940
0 4489 448.9
att good long blkd
6
2
8
9
3
1
4
7
42
24
42
38
0
0
0
0
rcv
pr
kr
ir
36
151 1511
30
444
410
41 2727
263
34 3120
0
27
0
615
9
174
17
35 1260
231
26
-1
447
43
0
0
43
27
427
10
0
131
37
0
417
29
154
127
21
305
0
21
0
0
18
0
79
27
0
47
20
0
0
32
0
0
36
0
0
26
0
0
3
18
0
9
0
10
10
0
10
37
0
0
31
0
0
2
0
-1
21
-7
0
g
rush
324
0
0
0
11
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
27
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
358
358
14
0
0
133
107
0
490
0
0
0
77
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
123
0
0
0
0
0
71
0
0
35
69
0
44
0
0
0
52
1
0
0
att
good
long
blkd
7
2
3
1
42
24
0
0
Punting
no. yds avg lg blk
no.
Hinchen, J.
TEAM
Total
Opponents
37 147 39.9 64
2 39 19.5 20
39 151 38.9 64
58 222 38.3 56
37 1478 39.9
Kickoffs
no. yds avg tb ob
Gough, C.
Total
Opponents
66 403 61.1 13
66 403 61.1 13
41 244 59.5 7
4
4
4
1
1
2
1
yds
avg
lg blk
64
1
avg
tb
ob
194 1166 60.1
37
6
no.
yds
total avg/g
2344
1212
3004
3120
626
324
1598
446
613
454
131
417
358
305
71
79
47
35
69
27
44
18
10
10
52
1
-1
-7
65.1
40.4
73.3
91.8
23.2
36.0
45.7
17.2
14.3
10.6
13.1
11.3
12.3
14.5
3.4
4.4
1.7
1.8
2.2
0.8
1.7
6.0
1.1
1.0
1.4
0.0
-0.5
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SEASON
## Defensive Leaders
gp
ua
44 Cherry, D.
54 Lucas, D.
7 McCurry, C.
20 Sarnese, J.
15 Harmon, J.
30 McCann, M.
27 Reaves, M.
88 Paris, R.
6 Ceneus, J.
52 Williams, P.
26 Logan, C.J.
90 Ajakaiye, N.
29 Miles, J.
45 Calitro, A.
55 Hunter, J.
17 Rolle, R.
33 Shockley, E.
32 Stewart, R.
13 Jones, S.
49 White, T.J.
98 Drains, E.
91 Plonski, T.
23 Fertitta, L.
42 Majors, C.
84 Craig, M.
53 Williams, M.
34 Clark, T.
87 Horne, C.
92 Kpassagnon, T.
5 Underwood, G.
41 Fernandez, N.
TM TEAM
35 Gough, C.
Total
Opponents
10
10
10
10
9
10
9
10
10
10
9
10
9
10
10
8
9
7
10
10
8
2
5
2
6
4
8
10
3
8
1
9
10
10
10
59
37
38
38
25
28
17
16
19
15
18
11
17
14
12
7
7
5
5
4
3
2
3
2
2
1
.
1
1
1
.
1
1
41
46
CAREER
a total
tflsack int pb fr
37
9 17.5 9. 1
27
6 11.0 3. .
22
6 2.0 1. 1
22
6 2.0
. 3
24
4 3.0 2. .
12
4 5.5 0. 1
12
2 0.0
. .
11
2 6.0 2. .
6
2 0.0
. 5
9
2 8.0 2. .
5
2 0.0
. .
12
2 4.5 3. .
4
2 0.0
. 1
7
2 2.5 0. 1
1
1 4.0
. .
4
1 0.0
. .
4
1 1.0 1. .
1
6 0.0
. .
.
5 0.0
. .
1
5 0.0
. .
2
5 0.0
. .
1
3 0.5
. .
.
3 0.0
. .
1
3 1.0
. .
.
2 0.0
. .
1
2 0.0
. .
1
1 0.0
. .
.
1 0.0
. .
.
1 1.0 1. .
.
1 0.0
. .
1
1 0.5
. .
.
1 0.0
. .
.
1 0.0
. .
22 63 70 26 13
26 73 66 31 3
4
1
7
2
.
1
2
1
3
1
3
.
1
1
.
1
1
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
2
2
.
1
1
.
1
.
1
1
.
2
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
1
.
8
11
ff blk
gp
ua
5 .
1 .
1 .
. .
. .
. .
. .
4 .
. .
1 1
1 .
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
. .
1 .
. .
14 1
8 2
31
32
32
43
43
26
9
33
21
36
13
32
37
20
26
8
9
7
21
19
8
2
5
22
38
4
8
43
14
30
1
12
11
86
16
12
59
17
44
28
37
19
23
73
23
18
7
7
5
9
10
3
2
3
10
3
1
.
1
9
3
.
79
92
44
84
85
32
12
25
6
22
5
24
26
9
5
4
4
1
.
2
2
1
.
8
.
1
1
.
7
1
1
a total
205
203
130
249
211
91
29
69
34
59
24
47
99
32
23
11
11
6
9
12
5
3
3
18
3
2
1
1
16
4
1
33
4
1
5
tfl sack int pb fr
ff blk
30.0 10.0 1 6 . 5 .
20.5 6.5 . 2 1 1 .
4.0 1.0 5 8 2 2 1
6.5
. 9 8 1 2 .
17.5 10.5 2 2 2 1 .
7.0 1.0 2 4 . . .
0.0
. . 2 1 . .
12.0 6.0 . 2 1 5 1
0.0
. 5 3 . 1 .
17.0 5.0 . 2 2 1 1
0.0
. . 3 . 1 .
11.0 6.5 . . . . .
2.0
. 2 4 . 1 .
2.5 0.5 1 1 . . .
5.0
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0.0
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1.0 1.0 . 1 . . .
0.0
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0.0
. . . . . .
0.0
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0.0
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0.5
. . . . . .
0.0
. . . . . .
1.0
. . . . . .
0.0
. . . . . .
0.0
. . . . . .
0.0
. . . . . .
0.0
. . . . . .
2.5 2.0 . . . . .
0.0
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0.5
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0.0
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The Automated ScoreBook
Villanova Overall Individual Statistics (as of Nov 08, 2014)
All games
Rushing
g
Monangai, K.
Robertson, J.
Underwood, G.
Medley, A.
Gudzak, M.
Polony, C.
Livers, P.
Wells, A.
O'Connor, F.
Pittman, C.
TEAM
Total
Opponents
1
1
8
7
9
7
1
1
3
1
9
1
1
att gain loss
139
164
46
49
31
19
6
6
6
6
12
484
333
736
860
344
222
178
102
73
44
21
7
0
2587
1360
38
167
1
2
4
2
6
0
3
14
54
291
317
net avg td
698 5.0
693 4.2
343 7.5
220 4.5
174 5.6
100 5.3
67 11.2
44 7.3
18 3.0
-7 -1.2
-54 -4.5
2296 4.7
1043 3.1
effic comp-att-in pct
8
6
4
2
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
22
11
lg avg/g
Punt Returns
no.
81 69.8
56 69.3
54 42.9
38 31.4
61 19.3
16 14.3
43 6.7
13 4.4
8 6.0
4 -0.7
0 -6.0
81229.6
67104.3
Livers, P.
Gulyas, K.
TEAM
Williams, P.
Total
Opponents
15 120 8.0 1 67
2
4 2.0 0
4
1
0 0.0 0
0
1 27 27.0 0
0
19 151 7.9 1 67
14 53 3.8 0 25
Interceptions
no.
Ceneus, J.
Sarnese, J.
Cherry, D.
Calitro, A.
Miles, J.
McCurry, C.
McCann, M.
Total
Opponents
5 71 14.2
3 84 28.0
1
1 1.0
1 35 35.0
1
6 6.0
1 32 32.0
1 27 27.0
13 256 19.7
3
0 0.0
Kick Returns
no.
yds avg td
Underwood, G.
Gudzak, M.
Sarnese, J.
Livers, P.
Total
Opponents
14
8
5
2
29
49
358 25.6
133 16.6
95 19.0
25 12.5
611 21.1
940 19.2
0
0
0
0
0
0
39
24
26
15
39
34
Fumble Returns
no.
yds avg td
lg
1
1
0
5 5.0 0
5 5.0 0
0 0.0 0
5
5
0
Passing
g
Robertson, J.
Polony, C.
Pittman, C.
Gough, C.
Total
Opponents
1184.49 160-236-2 67.8
7111.20 9-14-1 64.3
1137.80 2-2-0
100.
1 0.00 0-1-0
0.0
1179.34 171-253-3 67.6
1117.88204-365-13 55.9
2187
102
9
0
2298
2453
Receiving
g no.
lg avg/g
Livers, P.
Gulyas, K.
Burke, M.
Monangai, K.
Collins, L.
Wells, A.
Underwood, G.
Pettway, E.
Horne, C.
Medley, A.
DeCamillo, A.
Turrell, D.
Gudzak, M.
Morris, R.
Gribb, J.
Phillips, T.
Total
Opponents
1
1
9
1
1
1
8
5
1
7
1
1
9
9
9
2
1
1
48
20
20
15
12
12
11
9
7
5
4
4
1
1
1
1
171
204
yds
706
380
262
92
131
72
175
120
166
50
61
47
17
10
10
-1
2298
2453
avg
td
yds td
29
0
0
0
29
14
14.7
7 44 70.6
19.0
5 66 38.0
13.1
3 34 29.1
6.1
2 22 9.2
10.9
2 29 13.1
6.0
0 23 7.2
15.9
3 69 21.9
13.3
4 36 24.0
23.7
0 50 16.6
10.0
1 21 7.1
15.2
1 17 6.1
11.8
1 29 4.7
17.0
0 17 1.9
10.0
0 10 1.1
10.0
0 10 1.1
-1.0
0
0 -0.5
13.4 29 69229.8
12.0 14 71245.3
lg avg/g
69218.7
46 14.6
10 0.9
0 0.0
69229.8
71245.3
Reaves, M.
Total
Opponents
yds avg td
yds avg td
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
2
0
lg
lg
40
48
1
35
6
32
27
48
0
lg
The Automated ScoreBook
Villanova Overall Individual Statistics (as of Nov 08, 2014)
All games
Scoring
td
fg
Monangai, K.
Livers, P.
Underwood, G.
Robertson, J.
Gough, C.
Gulyas, K.
Weyler, S.
Pettway, E.
Burke, M.
Medley, A.
Collins, L.
DeCamillo, A.
Turrell, D.
Calitro, A.
Sarnese, J.
Polony, C.
Gudzak, M.
TEAM
Total
Opponents
10
8
7
6
5
4
3
3
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
54
25
3-6
1-2
4-8
7-9
Field Goals
Gough, C.
Weyler, S.
fg
kick
PAT
rush rcv pass dx saf pts
0-1
23-25 24-28 47-53 0-1
24-25 -
-
-
- - 60
- - 48
- - 42
- - 36
- - 32
- - 30
- - 27
- - 24
- - 18
- - 18
- - 12
- 6
- 6
- 6
- 6
- 6
- 6
- 1
2
- 1 385
- - 195
pct. 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99
3-6 50.0 0-0
1-2 50.0 0-0
2-3
1-1
0-2
0-1
1-1
0-0
FG Sequence
Villanova
Opponents
Syracuse
Fordham
James Madison
Penn
Maine
Rhode Island
William and Mary
Morgan State
Richmond
Towson
34,(25),25,(24)
35,(42)
34
(24)
-
(38),(22)
(31),(38)
(33)
(26)
47,46,(37)
-
0-0
0-0
Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.
lg blk
42 0
24 0
Total Offense
g plays rush pass total avg/g
Robertson, J.
Monangai, K.
Underwood, G.
Medley, A.
Polony, C.
Gudzak, M.
Livers, P.
Wells, A.
O'Connor, F.
Pittman, C.
TEAM
Total
Opponents
10
10
8
7
7
9
10
10
3
10
9
10
10
400
139
46
49
33
31
6
6
6
8
12
737
698
693
698
343
220
100
174
67
44
18
-7
-54
2296
1043
Punting
no. yds avg lg tb fc i2050+ blk
Hinchen, J.
TEAM
Total
Opponents
37
2
39
58
Kickoffs
no. yds avg tb ob retn net ydln
Gough, C.
Total
Opponents
66 403 61.1 13 4
66 403 61.1 13 4 19.2 42.0 23
41 244 59.5 7 4 21.1 40.3 24
147 39.9
39 19.5
151 38.9
222 38.3
2187
0
0
0
102
0
0
0
0
9
0
2298
2453
64
20
64
56
0
0
0
3
2880288.0
698 69.8
343 42.9
220 31.4
202 28.9
174 19.3
67 6.7
44 4.4
18 6.0
2 0.2
-54 -6.0
4594459.4
3496349.6
9
0
9
21
12
0
12
13
5
0
5
5
1
1
2
1
The Automated ScoreBook
Villanova Overall Individual Statistics (as of Nov 08, 2014)
All games
All Purpose
Livers, P.
Underwood,
Monangai, K.
Robertson, J.
Gulyas, K.
Gudzak, M.
Medley, A.
Burke, M.
Sarnese, J.
Horne, C.
Collins, L.
Pettway, E.
Wells, A.
Polony, C.
Ceneus, J.
DeCamillo, A.
Turrell, D.
Calitro, A.
McCurry, C.
McCann, M.
Williams, P.
O'Connor, F.
Gribb, J.
Morris, R.
Miles, J.
Cherry, D.
Phillips, T.
Pittman, C.
TEAM
Total
Opponents
g rush
10
8
10
10
10
9
7
9
10
10
10
5
10
7
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
3
9
9
9
10
2
10
9
10
10
67
343
698
693
0
174
220
0
0
0
0
0
44
100
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
18
0
0
0
0
0
-7
-54
2296
1043
rcv
pr
kr
ir total avg/g
706 120 25
0 918 91.8
175
0 358
0 876109.5
92
0
0
0 790 79.0
0
0
0
0 693 69.3
380
4
0
0 384 38.4
17
0 133
0 324 36.0
50
0
0
0 270 38.6
262
0
0
0 262 29.1
0
0 95 84 179 17.9
166
0
0
0 166 16.6
131
0
0
0 131 13.1
120
0
0
0 120 24.0
72
0
0
0 116 11.6
0
0
0
0 100 14.3
0
0
0 71 71 7.1
61
0
0
0 61 6.1
47
0
0
0 47 4.7
0
0
0 35 35 3.5
0
0
0 32 32 3.2
0
0
0 27 27 2.7
0 27
0
0 27 2.7
0
0
0
0 18 6.0
10
0
0
0 10 1.1
10
0
0
0 10 1.1
0
0
0
6
6 0.7
0
0
0
1
1 0.1
-1
0
0
0
-1 -0.5
0
0
0
0
-7 -0.7
0
0
0
0 -54 -6.0
2298 151 611 256 5612561.2
2453 53 940
0 4489448.9
The Automated ScoreBook
Villanova Overall Defensive Statistics (as of Nov 08, 2014)
All games
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44
54
7
20
15
30
27
88
6
52
90
26
45
29
55
17
33
32
13
98
49
91
42
23
84
53
87
41
34
5
35
TM
92
Defensive Leaders
gp
ua
Cherry, D.
Lucas, D.
McCurry, C.
Sarnese, J.
Harmon, J.
McCann, M.
Reaves, M.
Paris, R.
Ceneus, J.
Williams, P.
Ajakaiye, N.
Logan, C.J.
Calitro, A.
Miles, J.
Hunter, J.
Rolle, R.
Shockley, E.
Stewart, R.
Jones, S.
Drains, E.
White, T.J.
Plonski, T.
Majors, C.
Fertitta, L.
Craig, M.
Williams, M.
Horne, C.
Fernandez, N.
Clark, T.
Underwood, G.
Gough, C.
TEAM
Kpassagnon, T.
Total
Opponents
10
10
10
10
9
10
9
10
10
10
10
9
10
9
10
8
9
7
10
8
10
2
2
5
6
4
10
1
8
8
10
9
3
10
10
59
37
38
38
25
28
17
16
19
15
11
18
14
17
12
7
7
5
5
3
4
2
2
3
2
1
1
.
.
1
1
1
1
410
468
Tackles
a
tot
37
27
22
22
24
12
12
11
6
9
12
5
7
4
1
4
4
1
.
2
1
1
1
.
.
1
.
1
1
.
.
.
.
228
268
96
64
60
60
49
40
29
27
25
24
23
23
21
21
13
11
11
6
5
5
5
3
3
3
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
638
736
tfl/yds
Sacks
no-yds
Pass defense
int-yds brup qbh
17.5-80
11.0-60
2.0-5
2.0-2
3.0-18
5.5-12
.
6.0-23
.
8.0-26
4.5-23
.
2.5-5
.
4.0-11
.
1.0-5
.
.
.
.
0.5-0
1.0-1
.
.
.
.
0.5-1
.
.
.
.
1.0-10
70-282
66-238
9.0-58
3.0-27
1.0-4
.
2.0-16
0.5-3
.
2.5-10
.
2.5-13
3.0-21
.
0.5-1
.
.
.
1.0-5
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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1.0-10
26-168
31-154
1-1
.
1-32
3-84
.
1-27
.
.
5-71
.
.
.
1-35
1-6
.
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.
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13-256
3-0
4
1
7
2
.
1
2
1
3
1
.
3
1
1
.
1
1
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29
20
1
3
1
.
1
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1
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1
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8
13
Fumbles
rcv-yds
ff
blkd
kick
saf
.
1-0
1-0
.
1-0
.
1-5
1-0
.
2-0
.
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.
1-0
.
8-5
11-0
5
1
1
.
.
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4
.
1
.
1
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1
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14
8
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1
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2
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The Automated ScoreBook
Villanova Team Game-by-Game (as of Nov 08, 2014)
All games
TEAM STATISTICS
Date
Opponent
no.
Aug 29 at Syracuse
Sep 06 FORDHAM
Sep 20 JAMES MADISON
Sep 27 at Penn
Oct 04 at Maine
Oct 11 RHODE ISLAND
Oct 18 at William and Mary
Oct 25 MORGAN STATE
Nov 01 at Richmond
Nov 08 TOWSON
Villanova
Opponents
60
55
46
55
48
40
41
51
44
44
484
333
Rushing
Receiving
Passing
Kick Returns
Punt Returns
yds td lg no. yds td lg cmp-att-int yds td lg no. yds td lg no. yds td lg
190 1 19 16 199 1 34 16-27-0
300 3 61 18 214 3 31 18-25-0
226 3 62 22 337 4 69 22-27-0
317 2 54 18 250 4 66 18-26-0
196 2 28 16 285 4 43 16-26-1
198 2 43 19 275 4 46 19-24-0
177 3 19 20 267 2 50 20-32-0
364 4 81 14 150 3 29 14-19-0
114 0 15 12 139 1 42 12-26-2
214 2 38 16 182 3 22 16-21-0
2296 22 81 171 2298 29 69 171-253-3
1043 11 67 204 2453 14 71 204-365-1
199 1 34
214 3 31
337 4 69
250 4 66
285 4 43
275 4 46
267 2 50
150 3 29
139 1 42
182 3 22
2298 29 69
2453 14 71
2 34
2 60
4 98
0
0
3 68
5 77
3 95
4 87
3 44
3 48
29 611
49 940
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
20
39
29
0
25
21
35
26
18
17
39
34
2 80
3 21
2 -3
2 15
3
9
1
1
1
2
3 25
1
0
1
1
19 151
14 53
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
tot
off
67
17
0
10
8
1
2
0
0
1
67
25
389
514
563
567
481
473
444
514
253
396
4594
3496
PAT Attempts
kick rush rcv saf
pts
Games played: 10
Avg per rush: 4.7
Avg per catch: 13.4
Pass efficiency: 179.34
Kick ret avg: 21.1
Punt ret avg: 7.9
All purpose avg/game: 561.2
Total offense avg/gm: 459.4
Date
Opponent
Aug 2 at Syracuse
Sep 0 FORDHAM
Sep 2 JAMES MADISON
Sep 2 at Penn
Oct 04 at Maine
Oct 11 RHODE ISLAND
Oct 18 at William and Mary
Oct 25 MORGAN STATE
Nov 0 at Richmond
Nov 0 TOWSON
Villanova
Opponents
ua
Tackles
a total
50
4
37
16
59
16
40
26
33
26
47
20
39
36
31
24
37
28
37
32
410 228
468 268
54
53
75
66
59
67
75
55
65
69
638
736
tfl-yds
Sacks
no-yds
Fumble
Pass Defense
Blkd
ff fr-yds int-yds qbh brup kick
9.0-29
0.0-0
12.0-51 6.0-36
10.0-33
2.0-9
8.0-35 4.0-27
8.0-43 6.0-39
3.0-21 3.0-21
5.0-19
1.0-6
5.0-10
1.0-2
4.0-21 1.0-14
6.0-20 2.0-14
70.0-282 26.0-168
66.0-238 31.0-154
0
0
3
2
2
4
1
1
1
0
14
8
0-0
0-0
0-0
2-67
0-0
2-36
1-0
2-6
1-0
0-0
2-0
0-0
2-5
0-0
0-0
3-98
2-0
2-1
0-0
2-48
8-5 13-256
11-0
3-0
Punting
Date
Opponent
Aug 2 at Syracuse
Sep 0 FORDHAM
Sep 2 JAMES MADISON
Sep 2 at Penn
Oct 04 at Maine
Oct 11 RHODE ISLAND
Oct 18 at William and Mary
Oct 25 MORGAN STATE
Nov 0 at Richmond
Nov 0 TOWSON
Villanova
Opponents
no.
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
0
8
13
2
2
5
0
6
1
5
2
5
1
29
20
0
2-2
0
5-7
0
7-7
0
5-6
0
5-6
0
6-6
0
5-5
1
6-7
0
0-1
0
6-6
1 47-53
2 24-25
Field Goals
yds
avg
long
blkd
tb
fc
50+
i20
3
132
1
37
4
150
4
162
3
88
7
279
6
186
1
33
6
277
4
173
39 1517
58 2220
44.0
37.0
37.5
40.5
29.3
39.9
31.0
33.0
46.2
43.2
38.9
38.3
49
37
50
46
50
47
52
33
64
45
64
56
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
1
1
1
1
0
2
1
0
1
1
9
21
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
2
0
5
5
3
1
1
0
1
1
2
0
2
1
12
13
25
42
0
0
0
0
0
0
24
0
42
38
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
26
0
50
0
49
0
41
0
41
1
44
0
35
0
48
0
9
0
42
1 385
0 195
Kickoffs
md-att long blkd no.
2-4
1-2
0-0
0-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-1
0-0
4-8
7-9
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
9
8
7
7
7
6
8
3
7
66
41
yds
avg
tb
ob
246
523
499
443
433
413
372
519
160
427
4035
2440
61.5
58.1
62.4
63.3
61.9
59.0
62.0
64.9
53.3
61.0
61.1
59.5
0
2
3
2
2
0
0
4
0
0
13
7
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
4
4
The Automated ScoreBook
Villanova Opponent Game-by-Game (as of Nov 08, 2014)
All games
OPPONENT STATISTICS
Date
Opponent
no.
Aug 29 at Syracuse
Sep 06 FORDHAM
Sep 20 JAMES MADISON
Sep 27 at Penn
Oct 04 at Maine
Oct 11 RHODE ISLAND
Oct 18 at William and Mary
Oct 25 MORGAN STATE
Nov 01 at Richmond
Nov 08 TOWSON
Opponents
Villanova
34
27
48
31
29
30
37
27
32
38
333
484
Rushing
Receiving
Passing
Kick Returns
Punt Returns
yds td lg no. yds td lg cmp-att-int yds td lg no. yds td lg no. yds td lg
136 2 65 22 184 1 20 22-35-0
18 0 23 16 201 0 51 16-36-2
162 1 28 23 406 3 71 23-45-2
93 1 67 18 180 0 37 18-30-2
59 0 22 21 217 3 39 21-38-0
50 1 21 26 286 2 58 26-42-0
168 1 42 21 350 3 56 21-32-0
109 3 16 23 204 1 33 23-38-3
66 1 15 21 314 0 42 21-42-2
182 1 33 13 111 1 21 13-27-2
1043 11 67 204 2453 14 71 204-365-1
2296 22 81 171 2298 29 69 171-253-3
184 1 20
201 0 51
406 3 71
180 0 37
217 3 39
286 2 58
350 3 56
204 1 33
314 0 42
111 1 21
2453 14 71
2298 29 69
3
6
5
4
5
7
6
4
2
7
49
29
76
88
83
102
94
109
132
84
44
128
940
611
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
31
21
21
32
34
33
28
26
26
24
34
39
1 -1
0
0
0
0
2
7
0
0
4 29
2
9
0
0
2
0
3
9
14 53
19 151
tot
off
0 0 320
0 0 219
0 0 568
0 7 273
0 0 276
0 25 336
0 6 518
0 0 313
0 0 380
0 6 293
0 25 3496
1 67 4594
Games played: 10
Avg per rush: 3.1
Avg per catch: 12.0
Pass efficiency: 117.88
Kick ret avg: 19.2
Punt ret avg: 3.8
All purpose avg/game: 448.9
Total offense avg/gm: 349.6
Date
Opponent
Aug 2 at Syracuse
Sep 0 FORDHAM
Sep 2 JAMES MADISON
Sep 2 at Penn
Oct 04 at Maine
Oct 11 RHODE ISLAND
Oct 18 at William and Mary
Oct 25 MORGAN STATE
Nov 0 at Richmond
Nov 0 TOWSON
Opponents
Villanova
ua
Tackles
a total
57
14
51
30
52
26
45
34
50
22
44
18
43
36
49
26
33
46
44
16
468 268
410 228
71
81
78
79
72
62
79
75
79
60
736
638
tfl-yds
Sacks
no-yds
Fumble
Pass Defense
Blkd
ff fr-yds int-yds qbh brup kick
10.0-27 4.0-14
6.0-32 3.0-23
7.0-24 3.0-12
6.0-14
2.0-5
10.0-35 4.0-17
6.0-18
1.0-7
9.0-27 6.0-24
4.0-19 2.0-15
4.0-13
2.0-8
4.0-29 4.0-29
66.0-238 31.0-154
70.0-282 26.0-168
0
0
2
3
1
1
0
0
1
0
8
14
0-0
0-0
1-0
0-0
3-0
0-0
2-0
0-0
1-0
1-0
1-0
0-0
0-0
0-0
2-0
0-0
1-0
2-0
0-0
0-0
11-0
3-0
8-5 13-256
Punting
Date
Opponent
Aug 2 at Syracuse
Sep 0 FORDHAM
Sep 2 JAMES MADISON
Sep 2 at Penn
Oct 04 at Maine
Oct 11 RHODE ISLAND
Oct 18 at William and Mary
Oct 25 MORGAN STATE
Nov 0 at Richmond
Nov 0 TOWSON
Opponents
Villanova
no.
4
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
5
0
13
8
5
2
0
2
2
1
2
1
5
0
20
29
PAT Attempts
kick rush rcv saf
0
3-3
0
0-0
1
4-4
0
1-1
0
2-3
0
3-3
1
4-4
0
4-4
0
1-1
0
2-2
2 24-25
1 47-53
Field Goals
yds
avg
long
blkd
tb
fc
50+
i20
5
217
6
237
5
173
7
298
9
333
5
202
4
153
6
196
5
193
6
218
58 2220
39 1517
43.4
39.5
34.6
42.6
37.0
40.4
38.2
32.7
38.6
36.3
38.3
38.9
51
49
47
55
47
44
56
47
46
47
56
64
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
2
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
3
0
3
2
1
4
2
2
1
2
3
1
21
9
2
0
0
1
0
0
2
0
0
0
5
5
2
1
1
1
2
0
0
2
2
2
13
12
38
38
33
0
0
0
26
0
37
0
38
42
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
pts
0
27
0
6
0
31
0
7
0
20
0
21
0
31
0
28
0
10
0
14
0 195
1 385
Kickoffs
md-att long blkd no.
2-2
2-2
1-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
1-1
0-0
1-3
0-0
7-9
4-8
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
3
6
2
4
5
6
5
3
3
41
66
yds
avg
tb
ob
254
167
368
130
180
319
380
314
157
171
2440
4035
63.5
55.7
61.3
65.0
45.0
63.8
63.3
62.8
52.3
57.0
59.5
61.1
1
0
1
2
0
0
2
1
0
0
7
13
1
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
4
4
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