College Corner
"Shoremen at the Next Level"

October 10, 2005

Both senior OL Dane Wilson of Baldwin Wallace and freshman OL Ian Pace of Fordham are playing on a regular basis for their respective schools.  It’s tough to come up with anything in the way of stats on offensive linemen, but everyone who follows Shoremen football knows that they are what makes an offense go.  Congratulations guys, and keep up the good work! 

Meanwhile at Baldwin Wallace, an injury has forced junior DT Derek Fabry to give up football for good.  Derek has suffered from a recurring “stinger” for the better part of a year now and the doctors were never really able to pinpoint the cause.  Derek played extensively as a freshman and started last year as a sophomore, becoming a mainstay of the Yellow Jacket’s defense and winning several “defensive player of the game” awards.  Best of luck to Derek as he continues his education.

In Saturday’s action:

  • Scott Bennett  had two tackles for Mercyhurst in their 44-14 loss to Saginaw Valley State.
  • Jon Schroeder had 14 carries for 55 yards and a touchdown to help Ashland defeat Northern Michigan by a score of 27-10. 
  • Shawn Brunner had three tackles and Zach Lewis caught one pass for Oberlin, but the Yeomen fell to Wabash 42-7.
  • Matt Kostelnik chipped in with four tackles in Mount Union’s 41-6 thrashing of Wilmington.