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2005 NCAC Football Players Of The Week

Nov. 13, 2005

Allegheny senior Jimmy Savage (North Canton, OH/Hoover) and Ohio Wesleyan 
senior Cisco Clervoix (Naples, FL/Naples)  have been named offensive and 
defensive “Players of the Week” for their performances in the North Coast 
Athletic Conference.

Savage, a 6-1, 185-pound quarterback, completed 15 of 27 passes for 204 
yards and three touchdowns as the Gators defeated Wittenberg, 31-21.  
Savage's seven-yard strike to Logan Kaleta (Kirtland, OH/Kirtland) sealed 
the victory with 2:13 left, and put the game out of reach.

Clerviox, a 6-0, 215-pound end, led the Bishops to a 21-7 victory over 
Wooster with seven tackles, 1 1/2 sacks, three tackles for a loss and 
and forced fumble.  
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Nov. 6, 2005

Wabash senior Russ Harbaugh (Evansville, IN/Bosse) and Wittenberg senior 
Ken Bibb (Cincinnati, OH/Prcell Marian)  have been named offensive and 
defensive ?Players of the Week? for their performances in the North 
Coast Athletic Conference.

Harbaugh, a 6-1, 189-pound quarterback, helped the Little Giants clinch 
the North Coast conference championship by setting a conference record 
for completion percentage (.950) in a victory over Denison. He completed 
19-20 passes for 317 yards and three touchdowns in less than three 
quarters of action.

Bibb, a 6-0, 190-pound linebacker, made the most of his third career 
start with a career-high seven tackles, his first career interception 
and a forced fumble that was returned for a touchdown in the first 
quarter, in the Tigers' defeat of Wooster.
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Oct. 30, 2005

Kenyon sophomore Rafael Sanchez (Tavernier, FL/Coral Shores) and 
Wittenberg junior Tyler Harmon (Indianapolis, IN/Perry Meridian)  
have been named offensive and defensive ?Players of the Week? for 
their performances in the North Coast Athletic Conference.

Sanchez, a 5-10, 185-pound quarterback, put on an all-around performance 
to almost single handedly defeat Earlham.  He scored both of the Lords' 
touchdowns in the game, including the overtime game-winner, and piled up 
118 yards on the ground and 169 in the air for an offensive total of 287 
yards.

Harmon, a 6-0, 215-pound linebacker, shared game-high honors with 16 
total tackles, eight of those solo, both career highs, in the Tigers' 
31-9 defeat of Ohio Wesleyan.
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Oct. 23, 2005

Allegheny junior Mario Tarquinio (Chareloi, PA/Chareloi) and Wabash 
senior Aaron Selby (Crawfordsville, IN/Southmont)  have been named 
offensive and defensive ?Players of the Week? for their performances 
in the North Coast Athletic Conference.

Tarquinio, a 5-11, 205-pound running back, carried the ball 20 times for 
101 yards and a touchdown, leading the Gators to a 38-6 defeat of Hiram.  
It was the fourth time this season Tarquinio has rushed for 100+ yards.  
He ranks third in the NCAC in rushing yards per game (111.4).

Selby, a 6-2, 214-pound linebacker, was in on two key stops on 
Wittenberg's final drive.  He made one tackle for a loss of eight 
yards, then was in another on fourth and 18 to end the threat and 
clinch the victory.  Selby finished with 10 tackles, including seven 
solo.
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Oct. 16, 2005

Oberlin sophomore Chris Schubert (Oberlin, OH/Oberlin) and Kenyon senior 
Casey McConnell (Cincinnati, OH/Summit Country Day)  have been named 
offensive and defensive ?Players of the Week? for their performances in 
the North Coast Athletic Conference.

Schubert, a 5-10, 180-pound wide receiver, caught six passes for 109 
yards, and rushed five times for 51 yards and a touchdown in the 
Yeomen's 13-10 victory over Earlham.  He scored the game-winning 
touchdown on a 41-yard run from scrimmage with 11:47 left in the game, 
giving Oberlin its first NCAC victory of the year.

McConnell, a 5-11, 215-pound linebacker, put on a tackling clinic in 
his team's victory over Allegheny.  McConnell was in on 21 stops, 13 
of them solo, forced one fumble and recovered two others.  The Lords 
are 3-0 in NCAC play for the first time in school history.
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Oct. 9, 2005

Kenyon junior Alby Coombs (Boston, MA/Belmont Hill) and Wabash sophomore 
Adrian Pynenberg (Montgomery, IL/Oswego Community)  have been named 
offensive and defensive ?Players of the Week? for their performances in 
the North Coast Athletic Conference.

Coombs, a 6-0, 210-pound running back, rushed 30 times for 258 yards 
and four touchdowns in the Lords' 42-21 upset of Wooster.

Pynenberg, a 5-10, 213-pound linebacker, made nine tackles, seven solo, 
3.5 tackles for a loss of 22 yards, 2.5 sacks, 1 hurry, 2 passes broken 
up and one interception in a defeat of Oberlin.
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Oct. 4, 2005

Kenyon junior Alby Coombs (Boston, MA/Belmont Hill) and Hiram senior 
Mike Erkkila (Perry, OH/Perry)  have been named offensive and defensive 
?Players of the Week? for their performances in the North Coast Athletic 
Conference.

Coombs, a 6-0, 210-pound running back, had a season high 165 yards on 
33 carries as a key component in the Lords' late-game comeback from a 
13-point deficit.  In a third quarter scoring drive, with Oberlin 
leading, 20-7, Coombs carried eight times for 46 yards, then in the 
game-winning drive late in the game, he carried nine times for 57 yards. 
In the process, Coombs became Kenyon's all-time leader in career rushing 
yards.

Erkkila, a 6-1, 230-pound linebacker, made 10 tackles, had a half tackle 
for a loss, and snagged the interception that led to the Terriers' game-
winning touchdown in a, 7-2, victory over Earlham.  It was the Terriers' 
first win since October, 2003
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September 25, 2005

Denison senior Larry Cappetto (Troy, MI/Troy) and Wooster senior Chris 
Craig (Newark, OH/Johnstown-Monroe) have been named offensive and 
defensive ?Players of the Week? for their performances in the North 
Coast Athletic Conference.

Cappetto, a 6-1, 188-pound quarterback, led the Big Red to a 49-21 rout 
of Gettysburg with three touchdowns. He was 18-of-27 in the air for 287 
yards and a touchdown. He also led the team in rushing with 56 yards and 
two scores on six attempts. He accounted for 343 of Denison?s 505 yards 
of total offense. On the season, Cappetto has completed 54 percent of 
his passes for 496 yards and two TDs. He is also the team?s leading 
rusher with 126 yards and a 7.9 yards per carry average.

Craig, a 6-1, 210-pound strong safety, recovered a fumble and had a 
20-yard interception return for a touchdown late in the fourth quarter 
to help the Fighting Scots seal their 38-21 victory over Case. He 
totalled five tackles, including three solo stops in the win. His 
interception was the third of his career ? all of which have been 
returned for scores.
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September 18, 2005

Wabash senior Russ Harbaugh (Evansville, IN/Bosse) and Ohio Wesleyan 
senior Cisco Clervoix (Naples, FL/Naples)  have been named offensive and 
defensive "Players of the Week" for their performances in the North Coast 
Athletic Conference.

Harbaugh, a 6-1, 189-pound quarterback, paced Wabash with a 256-yard, 
three-touchdown passing performance to lead the Little Giants to a 23-7 
victory over Washington (Mo.).  He moved up two more places on the Little 
Giants' all-time passing list to fourth, and enters this week's NCAC 
opener versus Earlham with 4,182 career passing yards

Clervoix, a 6-0, 215-pound defensive end, shared the team lead with eight 
tackles in the Bishops' defeat of Olivet.  Three of those tackles were 
for a loss and one was a sack.  He also ended a Comet scoring threat in 
the first quarter by making a tackle for a two-yard loss on fourth down, 
on the Ohio Wesleyan 32.  
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September 11, 2005

Earlham senior Justin Rummell (Ingalls, IN/Pendleton Hts.) and Oberlin 
sophomore Chris Pisani (Oak Park, IL/Fenwick) have been named offensive 
and defensive "Players of the Week" for their performances in the North 
Coast Athletic Conference.

Rummell, a 6-3, 215-pound quarterback, completed 22-of-28 passes for 
476 yards and seven touchdowns, leading the Quakers to a record-
setting, 69-62, victory over Manchester. Both the yards and touchdown 
totals are school single-game records, and the seven passing TDs is a 
conference mark.  Rummell now holds the Quaker school mark with 50 
career passing scores.   

Pisani, a 6-4, 220-pound defensive end, led the Yeomen defense, 
breaking out in his second game as a defensive end. The converted 
tight end recorded nine tackles, five tackles-for-loss, and 3.5 sacks. 
He also forced and recovered a fumble in the Yeomen's 44-14 defeat if 
Macalaster. 
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September 6, 2005

Ohio Wesleyan senior Ryan Sir Louis (Hinckley, OH/Highland) and Denison 
junior Andrew Terlecky (Centerville, OH/Centerville) have been named 
offensive and defensive "Players of the Week" for their performances in 
the North Coast Athletic Conference.

Sir Louis, a 6-0, 205-pound quarterback, put on a brillant show to lead 
the Bishops to a season-opening victory over Franklin. Starting from the 
very first drive, which resulted in a one-yard touchdown scamper by Sir 
Louis, the offense led the way to victory.  Sir Louis ran for 70 yards 
and two touchdowns and completed 13 of 18 passes for 165 yards. 

Terlecky, a 5-9, 170-pound cornerback, sparkled in his first career start.  
He intercepted three passes and returned his second 31 yards for the game-
winning touchdown with 14:02 left.  Terlecky then personally ended the 
Waynesburg's final drive when he snagged a Yellowjacket pass on his own 
10 yard line.  In addition to his interceptions, Terlecky finished with 
eight tackles, two passes broken up and a forced fumble. 
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