ECFC Weekly Honors for November 8, 2010
Co-OFFENSIVE PLAYERS OF THE WEEK
(So., QB - Rensselaer, N.Y.)
Brozowski continued to write the Spartan record book this week, setting new marks with 69 passing attempts, 40 completions and four touchdowns in a 50-41 loss at Norwich. Brozowski threw for 405 yards, eclipsing the 400-yard mark for the fifth time this season. The sophomore quarterback also gained 74 yards on the ground, (giving all but 5 back on sacks) and two touchdowns. It is the third-straight week Brozowski has accounted for at least four touchdowns.
Nick Lynch, Mount Ida
(Jr., WR - Hampton Bays, NY)
Mount Ida College junior wide receiver Nick Lynch hauled in seven catches for 128 yards and four touchdowns en route to a 69-18 Eastern Collegiate Football Conference (ECFC) romping over visiting Anna Maria College Saturday afternoon in Newton, Massachusetts on senior day. Lynch had a career day breaking the record for receptions in a season with 61 catches for the year with one game remaining.
DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Pat Lasher, Maritime College
(So., LB - Seaford, N.Y./Seaford)
Lasher led the Maritime defense for the third time this season when he registered a team-high 11 tackles (eight solo and three assisted) against Gallaudet on Saturday. The 6-2, 200-pounder recorded one tackle for a loss of three yards in the second quarter. Lasher also kept the quarterback on his toes with one QB hurry.
SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Brendan Carey, Maritime College
(Fr., K - Marcellus, N.Y./Marcellus Central)
Carey was a perfect 3-for-3 in extra points in the Privateers' 21-14 victory over Gallaudet Saturday night filling in for senior Madison Leary. The 6-4, 200-pounder also averaged 43.0 yards on four kickoffs (172 yards total).
ROOKIE OF THE WEEK
Lumbus Burrell, Maritime College
(Fr., LB - Upper Marlboro, Md./Dr. Henry A Wise)
Burrell was instrumental in Maritime winning Saturday night at Gallaudet, causing two turnovers in the last six minutes of the game. The first was a forced fumble on the first play of the Bison's possible go-ahead drive that began on the Privateers' 48-yard line late in the fourth quarter. The ensuing Maritime drive ended in the game-winning touchdown. Gallaudet got the ball back and was driving upfield, but Burrell picked off a pass with 35 seconds left that sealed the victory for the Privateers.