College Corner
"Shoremen at the Next Level"

September 30, 2009

Here’s a list of our grads playing college football this year.  Please email me with any corrections.

·       Trey Stross is a 5th year senior starting wideout at Iowa.  The 13th ranked Hawkeyes are 4-0 so far this season and are coming off an impressive 21-10 win over then  #5 Penn State.  Through four games Trey leads the team with 11 catches fro 167 yards and a 15.5 yard average per catch.  In his first three years as a Hawkeye, he caught 42 passes for 570 yards (13.6 YPC) and six touchdowns.

·       Chris Rau is a senior safety at Georgetown.  Rau suffered a knee injury in the spring game and has not yet played this season.  His recovery is going well and he hopes to be back in action within a couple of weeks.  Chris saw some action as a freshman, recording five tackles.  Starting as a sophomore in 2007, he led the Hoya defense with 76 tackles.  Last year he had 68 tackles and an interception.

·       Scott Nealon is a junior punter at Baldwin Wallace.  Through three games this year Scott is averaging 37.4 yards per kick.  In 2008 He averaged 35.9 yards on 53 punts with a long of 53.

·       Jordan Frank is a redshirt sophomore tight end at Slippery Rock and has been seeing some game action this year.

·       Andy Howell transferred from Kansas to Ohio University as a punter and has to sit out a year. 

·       Ryan Scherer is a redshirt freshman wide receiver at Penn State.

·       Sean Oxley is a sophomore linebacker at Notre Dame.

·       Adam Schneid is a freshman tackle at Central Michigan.

·       Sean McCann is a freshman DT at the University of New Hampshire.

·       Joe Coyne is a freshman guard at Mercyhurst College.

·       Zach Murray is a freshman DE at Wofford College.

·       Gentry Rohn is a freshman DB at Adrian College.

·       James Lekan is a freshman DL at Tiffin and is being redshirted this year


Again, if I missed anyone, please let me know.  We’d also love to see any photos of the guys, and of course updates from the players themselves are always appreciated.