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Complete Release in PDF FormatSENIOR SALUTE: Holy Cross had 29 seniors who played in the final game of their collegiate careers at Georgetown on Nov. 22. The members of the Holy Cross senior class were wide receiver Tyler Artim (Whitehall, Pa.), offensive lineman Blake Berresford (Montoursville, Pa.), defensive back Ben Coffaro (Cincinnati, Ohio), tight end Ted Deily (Harrisburg, Pa.), quarterback Steven Elder (San Antonio, Texas), long snapper Matt Fava (Wayne, N.J.), defensive back Parris Johnson (Irving, Texas), defensive back Sam Jones (Canal Winchester, Ohio), offensive lineman Jay Knighton (Pottstown, Pa.), offensive lineman Cain Lamper (Muncy, Pa.), quarterback Ryan Laughlin (Glen Mills, Pa.), offensive lineman Aaron Lewis (Richmond, Va.), offensive lineman Emanuel Mendoza (Bronx, N.Y.), linebacker Andrew Mizzoni (Gloucester, Mass.), linebacker Charlie Murphy (Old Mill Creek, Ill.), wide receiver Jereme Murray (State College, Pa.), linebacker Ryan Neumann (Saddle River, N.J.), fullback Michael O'Dwyer (Denver, Colo.), linebacker Diego Quintanar (Windermere, Fla.), quarterback Michael Reardon (Little Silver, N.J.), offensive lineman Pat Restrepo (Chester Springs, Pa.), linebacker Kyle Robbins (Kinnelon, N.J.), offensive lineman Ryan Schnieber (Cincinnati, Ohio), wide receiver Michael Shewchuk (Chicago, Ill.), defensive back Logan Silver (Eugene, Ore.), tailback Shane Taylor (St. Paul, Minn.), linebacker Shane Thompson (Long Valley, N.J.), linebacker Chase Ullman (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.) and linebacker Tyler Zeoli (King of Prussia, Pa.). These 29 players were recognized prior to the start of the Nov. 15 game against Bucknell, along with team manager Marcus Antonellis (Groton, Mass.).ZAKRZEWSKI MAKES PLAYS ON DEFENSE: Junior linebacker John Zakrzewski (Traverse City, Mich.) developed into a key player for the Crusaders this year. In the season finale at Georgetown, he made a career-high 14 tackles, including a quarterback sack for five yards. Previously in the victory over Lehigh, Zakrzewski led the team with 11 tackles, two tackles for loss, an interception and a pass breakup. He also played well at Dartmouth, totaling eight tackles with a sack, a forced fumble and a pass breakup. A few of Zakrzewski's other top performances this season came against Brown (10 tackles), Colgate (11 tackles, one tackle for loss and one pass breakup), Fordham (nine tackles with one tackle for loss), Central Connecticut (nine tackles and a forced fumble) and Morgan State (career-high 11 tackles, one sack and three tackles for loss). On the season, he led the team with 103 total tackles, two forced fumbles and nine tackles for loss. Last year, Zakrzewski played in all 12 games as a backup linebacker and on special teams, making 20 tackles. Over the course of his Holy Cross career, he has now totaled 123 tackles and 10 tackles for loss in 28 games played.PUJALS SHINES AT QUARTERBACK: Sophomore quarterback Peter Pujals (Glenview, Ill.) once again led the Holy Cross offense this year. In the Bucknell game, he rushed 20 times for 44 yards and three touchdowns, in addition to completing 23 of 38 passes for 201 yards. Previously against Lehigh, Pujals hit on 14 of 23 passes for 175 yards and a touchdown, while running 12 times for 70 yards and another score. He also played well at Lafayette, rushing the ball 26 times for 115 yards and a touchdown, in addition to throwing for 135 yards and a score. A few of Pujals' other top games this year came against Fordham (18 of 34 passing for 282 yards and two touchdowns), Central Connecticut (287 yards of total offense and two touchdowns, including a career-high 131 rushing yards), Morgan State (267 yards of total offense and two scores) and Albany (23 of 42 passing for 323 yards and a touchdown). Overall this season, Pujals connected on 225 of 375 attempts for 2,353 yards and 10 scores, in addition to rushing for 705 yards and six touchdowns on 170 attempts. In 2013, he was selected as the Patriot League Rookie of the Year and placed eighth in the voting for the Jerry Rice Award, presented to the top freshman in the football championship subdivision. He completed 211 of 332 attempts for 2,261 yards and 19 touchdowns last season, in addition to running the ball 136 times for 469 yards and eight scores. Pujals has now hit on 436 of 707 passes for 4,614 yards and 29 touchdowns in his collegiate career, while rushing 306 times for 1,174 yards and 14 scores.CRUSADERS IN THE PATRIOT LEAGUE: Having just completed its 29th season of play in the Patriot League, Holy Cross owns an all-time record of 86-76 (.531) in conference action. The Crusaders won their last conference championship in 2009, clinching the title with a 28-26 victory over Lafayette to earn the league's automatic bid to the NCAA playoffs. Holy Cross' six Patriot League championships (all of them outright) have come in 1986, 1987, 1989, 1990, 1991 and 2009. The Crusaders are tied for the second-most championships in conference history, behind only Lehigh with 10 titles. In 2009, Holy Cross won five Patriot League games for just the fourth time in school history. The Crusaders previously went 5-1 in 2008, while posting 5-0 conference records in 1990 and 1991.GUILD STEPS UP AT TAILBACK: Sophomore tailback Gabe Guild (Overland Park, Kan.) was once again a key part of the Holy Cross ground game this season. During the season finale at Georgetown, Guild ran the ball 13 times for 92 yards, while catching six passes for 46 yards. Previously against Bucknell, he rushed 15 times for a team-high 70 yards. Guild also played well at Lafayette, carrying the ball 15 times for 71 yards. A few of his other top games this season were against Dartmouth (14 carries for 73 yards), Brown (10 rushes, 29 yards and two touchdowns), Colgate (eight carries for 75 yards), Harvard (13 rushes for 44 yards and two scores) and Albany (23 carries for 75 yards and four receptions for 33 yards). On the season, Guild ran the ball 131 times for 588 yards and five touchdowns, while catching 15 passes for 104 yards. In 2013, he rushed for 496 yards and five touchdowns on 101 carries, and caught 20 passes for 201 yards and another score. Over the course of his collegiate career, Guild has now totaled 1,084 rushing yards and 10 touchdowns on 232 carries, to go along with 35 receptions for 305 yards and one score.WIECZOREK BECOMES A TOP TARGET: Sophomore wide receiver Jake Wieczorek (Cumming, Ga.) became one of the top options in the Holy Cross passing game this year. During the Bucknell game, he caught eight passes for 53 yards. Previously at Harvard, Wieczorek made a career-high 11 receptions for 98 yards. Earlier in the season, he also played well against Morgan State (five catches for 112 yards) and at Albany (seven catches for a career-high 149 yards and a touchdown). On the season, he totaled a team-best 50 receptions for 694 yards and five scores. Wieczorek also posted a team-high 823 all-purpose yards this year, including 71 yards on punt returns and 57 yards on kickoff returns. Last season, he caught 12 passes for 215 yards and two touchdowns. Over the course of his collegiate career, Wieczorek has totaled 62 receptions for 909 yards and seven scores.CRUSADERS BRING IN ACADEMIC HONORS: Two Holy Cross players have been honored this season for their performance both in the classroom and on the football field. Senior free safety Sam Jones (Canal Winchester, Ohio) was selected as a semifinalist for the 2014 William V. Campbell Trophy, presented by the National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame to the top scholar-athlete in the nation. Jones was also joined by sophomore wide receiver Jake Wieczorek (Cumming, Ga.) on the Capital One / CoSIDA Academic All-District team. This marked the third straight season that Jones made the Academic All-District squad.BHAYA COMES ON STRONG: After missing the first four games of the season due to injury, junior strong safety Matt Bhaya (Haddonfield, N.J.) came back to be one of the top players in the Holy Cross secondary. In the victory at Lafayette, he totaled five tackles with two pass breakups. Previously at Dartmouth, Bhaya recorded six tackles with one tackle for loss. A few of his other top performances this season were against Colgate (12 tackles and a pass breakup) and Brown (six tackles). On the year, Bhaya totaled 40 tackles and four pass breakups. Last season, he ranked second on the team with 71 total tackles, to go along with two interceptions and a team-best nine pass breakups. Over the course of his collegiate career, Bhaya has now recorded 119 tackles, two interceptions and 13 pass breakups.RAYMOND AN ALL-PURPOSE THREAT: Junior wide receiver Kalif Raymond (Lawrenceville, Ga.) was a key player for Holy Cross both on offense and in the return game, before missing the final three contests of the season due to injury. In nine games played this year, he totaled 591 all-purpose yards, including 39 receptions for 305 yards and two scores. Raymond caught a team-high seven passes for 56 yards in the victory over Central Connecticut, then added six catches for 39 yards and a touchdown at Brown. During the 2013 season, he caught 42 passes for 400 yards and three touchdowns, rushed 16 times for 67 yards and a score, returned 26 kickoffs for 548 yards and brought back nine punts for 32 yards. In 2012, Raymond earned first team All-Patriot League honors as a return specialist. He brought back 32 kickoffs for 777 yards and a touchdown in 2012, in addition to returning 19 punts for 101 yards. Over the course of his collegiate career, Raymond has now caught 81 passes for 705 yards and five scores.BHAYA, O'DWYER & PUJALS SERVE AS CAPTAINS: Holy Cross had three captains for the 2014 football season. Junior strong safety Matt Bhaya (Haddonfield, N.J.), senior fullback Michael O'Dwyer (Denver, Colo.) and sophomore quarterback Peter Pujals (Glenview, Ill.) were named the team's captains by head coach Tom Gilmore following the conclusion of spring practice. These three players took over the leadership role from Gary Acquah and Mike Fess, who served as the Crusaders' captains during the 2013 season.TRADITION OF EXCELLENCE: The 2014 campaign marked the 119th season of Holy Cross football. The Crusaders currently own an overall record of 614-503-54, good for a .547 winning percentage. Prior to the start of the 2014 season, Holy Cross' 610 all-time victories ranked as the 15th most among all Division I-AA schools. Holy Cross has had 31 first team All-America selections, sent 69 players on to professional football, won five Lambert Cups, claimed six Patriot League championships, and was named the Division I-AA Team of the Year in 1987. The Crusaders also played in the 1946 Orange Bowl, losing to host Miami on the game's final play.ZEOLI SELECTED TO GOOD WORKS TEAM: Fifth-year senior linebacker Tyler Zeoli (King of Prussia, Pa.) has been named to the 2014 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team. The award recognizes a select group of college football players who have made a commitment to enriching the lives of others while contributing to the greater good of their communities. Only 22 players from all levels of college football across the nation were selected to the team.HEAD COACH TOM GILMORE: A two-time Patriot League Coach of the Year (in 2006 and 2009), Tom Gilmore just finished his 11th season as the head football coach at Holy Cross in 2014. He has guided the Crusaders to an overall record of 60-64 during his time at Holy Cross. In 2009, Gilmore led the Crusaders to an overall record of 9-3, the Patriot League championship and a trip to the NCAA playoffs. A finalist for the 2009 Eddie Robinson Award, Gilmore led the Crusaders to winning records in seven straight seasons from 2005-2011, including 7-4 marks in 2006, 2007 and 2008, along with winning streaks of six games (in 2008) and five games (in 2006 and 2009). Two of Gilmore's players, Dominic Randolph (2007, 2008 and 2009) and Steve Silva (2005), have been named the Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year, with Silva earning first team All-America honors. Gilmore has also led the Crusaders to four victories over ranked opponents, three of which came in 2009. Prior to his time at Holy Cross, Gilmore served as an assistant coach at Lehigh (2000-2003), Dartmouth (1992-1999), Pennsylvania (1986, 1990-1991) and Columbia (1987-1989). An Academic All-American at Pennsylvania, Gilmore graduated in 1986 with a bachelor's degree in computer mathematics. He was the Ivy League Player of the Year as a senior and helped lead the Quakers to four consecutive Ivy League titles.HOLY CROSS IN THE NCAA STATISTICS: Five Crusaders were ranked among the NCAA leaders in various statistical categories, at the end of the regular season. As a team, Holy Cross stood fourth in the nation in fewest penalties and fifth in fourth down conversions. The rankings:CategoryRank Player / TeamAvg. / Pct.Fewest Penalties4 Holy Cross4.4Fourth Down Conversions5 Holy Cross69.2Fewest Penalty Yards7 Holy Cross40.8Kickoff Coverage15 Holy Cross16.7Third Down Conversions16 Holy Cross45.6Punt Coverage23 Holy Cross5.9Punting25 Connor Fitzgerald41.2Punt Returns25 Kalif Raymond9.3 26 Holy Cross11.7Forced Fumbles26 Ryan Smith0.3Completions27 Peter Pujals18.8Solo Tackles28 John Zakrzewski6.7Total Offense30 Peter Pujals254.8Field Goals38 Connor Fitzgerald1.1Passing Yards43 Peter Pujals196.1CRUSADERS AMONG PATRIOT LEAGUE LEADERS: Several Holy Cross players ranked at or near the top of the Patriot League standings in a number of statistical categories, at the end of the regular season. Sophomore quarterback Peter Pujals (Glenview, Ill.) led the way by ranking third in the league in total offense (254.8 yards/game), third in passing yards (196.1 yards/game) and fourth in pass efficiency (115.1 rating). In addition, sophomore tailback Gabe Guild (Overland Park, Kan.) stood fifth in the league in rushing (58.8 yards/game), junior wide out Kalif Raymond (Lawrenceville, Ga.) ranked third in punt returns (9.3 yards/return), and junior placekicker Connor Fitzgerald (Bloomington, Ind.) was third in both field goals (1.1 made/game) and punting (41.2 yards/punt). As a team, Holy Cross ranked second in the conference in net punting (35.7 yards/punt) and first downs (21.0 first downs/game), while standing third in rushing defense (168.2 yards/game) and punt returns (11.7 yards/return).DEFENDING THE HOME TURF: Holy Cross has enjoyed great success at Fitton Field over the years, including a 3-2 mark this season. The Crusaders, who played their first game at Fitton Field in 1903, have posted an all-time home mark of 371-182-27 (.663). From Oct. 11, 2008-Oct. 9, 2010, Holy Cross had a streak of 13 straight victories at home. The Crusaders had a perfect 6-0 mark at Fitton Field in 2009, and finished the 2011 campaign with a winning record at home for the sixth straight season. Fitton Field is the second-oldest stadium still used for Division I college football, behind only Franklin Field at the University of Pennsylvania (opened in 1895).CRUSADERS ON THE RADIO: All of Holy Cross' games in 2014 aired on WTAG 580 AM and 94.9 FM in Worcester. Holy Cross Hall of Famer Bob Fouracre was in his 44th season calling the play-by-play for Holy Cross football, and his 28th year covering the Crusaders on the radio. Former Holy Cross standouts Tom Kelleher, Gordie Lockbaum and John O'Neil served as the color commentators for selected games this season. All of the Crusaders' games were also be available free of charge over the internet at CROSS ON TELEVISION: The Crusaders had five games shown on live television during the 2014 season. Here is a look at Holy Cross' television schedule from the 2014 campaign:Sept. 6 vs. Morgan State: Charter TV3Sept. 27 vs. Fordham: Charter TV3Oct. 25 at Lafayette: Lafayette Sports NetworkNov. 8 vs. Lehigh: Charter TV3Nov. 15 vs. Bucknell: Charter TV3CRUSADER VISION: Live video streaming of all 2014 Holy Cross regular season home football games was available over the internet through Crusader Vision. The package, done in association with Campus Insiders as part of the Patriot League Network, was available free of charge. For details on Crusader Vision, click here.THE HOLY CROSS FOOTBALL SHOW: Every week during the season, head coach Tom Gilmore was joined by Bob Fouracre for the Holy Cross Football Show. The show aired exclusively on the internet, with archives of all the shows available to those who could not watch live. The show was carried through Crusader Vision free of charge. For more details, click here.HOLY CROSS ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Updates on Holy Cross football can be found through the Holy Cross Athletics pages on the following social media networks:Facebook: Holy Cross AthleticsTwitter: @GoHolyCrossYouTube: GoHolyCrossInstagram: GoHolyCrossE-MAIL ALERTS: Get all the latest news and results on the Holy Cross football team sent directly to your e-mail. To sign up for e-mail alerts, click here.QUICK HITS: Former Crusader Chandler Fenner (Class of 2012) made his National Football League debut on Oct. 5 for the New York Giants. Fenner became the first Holy Cross player to take part in an NFL regular season game since Bruce Kozerski concluded his 12-year career with the Cincinnati Bengals in 1995 ... Freshman tailback Diquan Walker (Clearwater, Fla.) scored the first touchdown of his collegiate career on a 24-yard run against Central Connecticut. He finished the season with 69 carries for 283 yards and three scores ... Junior linebacker Ryan Smith (Union, Ky.) recorded a quarterback sack, two forced fumbles and a fumble recovery against Bucknell. He finished the season with a team-best three forced fumbles, and tied for the team-lead with five sacks ... Senior wide receiver Tyler Artim (Whitehall, Pa.) had a career-best eight receptions for 88 yards at Dartmouth. He finished his Holy Cross career with 75 catches for 839 yards and five touchdowns ... Junior linebacker J.T. Frank (Roseville, Calif.) had a career-high eight tackles at Dartmouth, with a tackle for loss and a fumble recovery ... Sophomore wide receiver Brendan Flaherty (Beverly, Mass.) led the team with a career-high 11 receptions for 95 yards at Brown. Flaherty, who moved over from running back earlier this year, entered the Brown game with only four career catches ... Four Holy Cross players were fifth-year seniors in 2014: offensive lineman Blake Berresford (Montoursville, Pa.), offensive lineman Jay Knighton (Pottstown, Pa.), offensive lineman Emanuel Mendoza (Bronx, N.Y.) and linebacker Tyler Zeoli (King of Prussia, Pa.) ... For the second straight season and only the fourth time in school history, the Crusaders played 12 regular season games in 2014.Print Friendly Version Players Mentioned #50 Matt Fava LS 5' 9" Freshman #53 Gary Acquah DL 6' 2" Senior #3 Mike Fess WR 6' 0" Senior #84 Tyler Artim WR 5' 11" Senior #67 Blake Berresford OL 6' 5" Senior #15 Matt Bhaya DB 6' 0" Junior #36 Ben Coffaro DB 5' 9" Senior #99 Ted Deily TE 6' 3" Senior #11 Steven Elder QB 6' 4" Senior #47 Connor Fitzgerald PK/P 6' 2" Junior #33 Brendan Flaherty RB 6' 2" Sophomore #39 J.T. Frank LB 6' 3" Junior Players Mentioned #50 Matt Fava 5' 9" Freshman LS #53 Gary Acquah 6' 2" Senior DL #3 Mike Fess 6' 0" Senior WR #84 Tyler Artim 5' 11" Senior WR #67 Blake Berresford 6' 5" Senior OL #15 Matt Bhaya 6' 0" Junior DB #36 Ben Coffaro 5' 9" Senior DB #99 Ted Deily 6' 3" Senior TE #11 Steven Elder 6' 4" Senior QB #47 Connor Fitzgerald 6' 2" Junior PK/P #33 Brendan Flaherty 6' 2" Sophomore RB #39 J.T. 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