College Corner
"Shoremen at the Next Level"

October 14, 2006

Andrew Means and his Indiana Hoosiers hosted Trey Stross and the Iowa Hawkeyes Saturday in what proved to be both a great football game and an exciting showcase for the two Shoremen alumni.  Andrew helped his Hoosiers get back into the game when he out-fought a Hawkeye DB for the ball to give  Indiana a first down on the Iowa three yard line.   The 22 yard catch, his only one of the game, gives Andrew a total of 12 for the season with a 16.6 YPC average. And while Means and his team earned bragging rights with their 31-28 win, this was a breakout game individually for Stross.  Trey, who is a starter on special teams,  saw his first significant time at wide receiver.  He led the Hawkeye receivers with six catches for 67 yards, and all six receptions produced Iowa first downs.  In other games :

 

·       Matt Kostelnik continues to have a huge year for Mount Union.  The junior safety tallied his third touchdown of the year when he picked a fumble out of the air and raced 34 yards for the score.  Matt added four tackles, including his fourth sack of the year, and a 13 yard punt return.

·       Jon Schroeder carried 4 times for six yards in Ashland’s  24-17 win over Northern Michigan.