Sunday, September 15, 2019

Lycoming Football - Warriors Fisher, Snavely Awarded "MAC Player of the Week" Honors

(L-R) #35 Sr K Jamie Fisher ~ #5 So QB Chase Snavely are "MAC Players of the Week" for September 15, 2019
Lycoming Vs Widener Photo Album
ANNVILLE, Pa. (Football) – The Middle Atlantic Conference (MAC) has announced its football weekly award recipients for the week ending Sept. 14, 2019.

#5 So QB Chase Snavely
Offensive Player of the Week
Chase Snavely (Lycoming / So., QB / Middletown, Pa.) came into the game with 1:58 left in the third quarter after an injury to the starting quarterback and the Warriors trailing Widener, 42-23. The sophomore led Lycoming to three scoring drives over the final quarter for a shocking 19-point come-from-behind win over the Pride. Snavely led the Warriors to back-to-back scoring drives in his first two series to cut the deficit to 42-36. The first drive ended with his own one-yard touchdown run, while the second series was capped by a 24-yard touchdown pass. With 26 second remaining in the game, Snavely capped a 12-play, 49-yard game-winning drive with a hand off for a one-yard touchdown run to give Lycoming the 43-42 win. The sophomore was 4-for-5 throwing on the final drive. He finished the game with 130 yards passing, one touchdown pass and one touchdown run in the final quarter of play.

 #35 Sr K Jamie FisherSS
Special Teams Player of the Week
Jamie Fisher (Lycoming / Sr., K / Folsom, Pa.) recorded four point-after-touchdown (PATs), including the final PAT with 26 seconds remaining in regulation that would give Lycoming the 43-42 win after trailing by 19 points. Fisher also made a 27-yard field goal to give the Warriors a 16-14 lead in the second quarter. The senior averaged 59.8 yards on kickoffs, including four touchbacks.

Defensive Player of the Week
Myles Brodie (Alvernia / Fr., CB / Hyattsville, Md.) was responsible for three takeaways against the University of New England. The freshman halted three different drives by New England on Alvernia’s side of the field to keep the Golden Wolves within striking distance. Brodie finished the game with two interceptions, a forced fumble and five tackles. In the first quarter, Brodie intercepted a pass in the end zone to keep the game scoreless. In the second-quarter after a completion, the freshman forced a fumble at the Alvernia 29-yardline that was recovered by the Golden Wolves. Then in the third quarter, Brodie intercepted a second pass at the Alvernia 39-yard line to stop a third drive.

Lycoming 43, Widener 42
Misericordia 47, Keystone 7
Wilkes 30, Lebanon Valley 24
Bridgewater 37, Stevenson 22
#1 Mary Hardin-Baylor 56, Albright 15
New England 35, Alvernia 28
#22 Wesley 24, #13 Delaware Valley 18
William Paterson 28, FDU-Florham 23

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