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Clark Is Player of the Week

On the back of his great offensive performance on Saturday, sophomore QB J.B. Clark resoundingly gets LFN Player of the Week honors this week. Clark went 18-for-27 for 292 yards and 4 touchdowns, and added one big touchdown with his feet as well. He led the first offensive Lehigh explosion for the year, putting up 5 of Lehigh's six TDs en route to a 45 point performance against last year's Patriot League champions. The Jupiter, FL native well deserved this honor voted on by you, the Lehigh fans.

Game balls will be going to:

Reader's Choice: Sophomore QB J.B. Clark

Offense: Senior RB Matt McGowan (24 rushes, 110 yards, 1 TD, plus 3 catches for 59 yards, giving him 169 all-purpose yards)

Defense: Junior DT B. J. Benning (4 tackles, 3 sacks)

Special teams: Sophomore DB/KR John "Fear Itself" Kennedy (3 kickoff returns for 95 yards, setting up a short field on three seperate occasions)

Comments

Anonymous said…
That boy is going to be the best quarterback in Patriot League history by the time he gets his degree...
kevinL said…
TRUE. TRUE.

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