Football 2015: Maine Maritime Academy

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Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Sep 22, 2015 9:13 am

Jeddy Doyon, Chad Martin Named in NEFC Weekly Awards

CASTINE, Maine – Senior linebacker Jeddy Doyon (Hampden, Maine) has been named the New England Football Conference Defensive Player of the Week and freshman kicker Chad Martin (Fairfield, Maine) has been named the Co-Special Teams Player of the Week.

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Week of September 19, 2015
Doyon was a vital member of a defense that came up with a huge goal-line stand as the game concluded against Mass. Maritime to win the 43rd annual Admiral's Cup. The senior captain recorded 16 tackles, including 7 solo stops.


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Week of September 19, 2015

Martin was a perfect 2-2 for the Mariners on field goals late in the game, including a 25-yard field goal and a 28-yard field goal to seal the 47-41 victory in the 43rd Admiral's Cup game vs. Massachusetts Maritime. The kicker also converted on three extra-points.

Senior quarterback Michael Fahey (Union, Conn.) was named to the Offensive Weekly Honor Roll following an impressive performance in Saturday's win. Fahey amassed 216 yards of total offense and accounted for three touchdowns.

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Re: Football 2015: Maine Maritime Academy

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Doyon Awarded New England Football Writer’s Association Gold Helmet

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- Maine Maritime linebacker Jeddy Doyon (Hampden, Maine) has been awarded the New England Football Writer's Association Gold Helmet.

The senior captain for the Mariners registered a team-best and game-high 16 tackles against Massachusetts Maritime during Saturday's victory, edging past the Buccaneers 47-41. The triumph during the 43rd Admiral's Cup game gave the Mariners their first title since 2010. With Doyon being a vital member of the defensive line this weekend, the Mariners were able to make a goal line stand to stop the Buccaneers in the final seconds of the game.

Doyon recorded seven solo tackles and was named the New England Football Conference's Defensive Player of the Week following the game.

The weekly Gold Helmet award, is presented to the Division I (FBS and FCS) and II/III football players who have established himself for outstanding contributions to his team on the given week.

This is the first Gold Helmet award for Maine Maritime since Jim Bower received the honor in 2009.

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Re: Football 2015: Maine Maritime Academy

Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Sep 25, 2015 7:00 am

GAME NOTES: Maine Maritime Academy at Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Saturday's Game: Maine Maritime Academy (1-1, 0-0) at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (0-3, 0-0), Roberts Field, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 12:00 p.m.

Conference Opener: Over the last five seasons both the Mariners and the Engineers are 1-4 in conference openers. The Engineers grabbed their last NEFC opener win last season against Salve Regina, while the Mariners' last conference opening win came in 2011 against Mass.-Dartmouth.

Series History: The Engineers hold a 3-0 all-time record over the Mariners. The first-ever meeting between the two teams came in 2008, with the Engineers taking a narrow 42-39 victory in Portland, Maine. The two teams have since met each of the last two years.

Last Meeting: MIT took a 55-37 win over the Mariners last season at Ritchie Field on November 8, 2014.

The Mariners combined for 489 yards of total offense in the loss. Quarterback Michael Fahey (Union, Conn.) threw for 88 yards on six completions and a touchdown, while running for 96 yards on 20 carries with two touchdowns to lead the Mariners. Jacob Doolan (Fairfield, Maine) led the team with 116 rushing yards on 17 carries, while James Ferrar (Cumberland, Maine) added 113 yards on 25 carries and two touchdowns.

Maine Maritime entered halftime with a 29-21 lead, but MIT's 21 unanswered points overpowered the Mariners in the fourth quarter.

Justin Lovely (West Gardiner, Maine) led the Mariners defense with his team-high eight tackles and an interception. Johnny Weymouth (Windham, Maine) ended his day with seven tackles and a broken up pass, while Jeddy Doyon (Hampden, Maine) also recorded seven tackles for Maine Maritime.

The Engineers were led offensively by Justin Wallace's 261-yard, six-touchdown performance, while defensively Cameron Wagar picked up a game-leading 15 tackles, including 1.5 tackles for a loss.

Maine Maritime Last Week: Michael Fahey amassed 216 yards of total offense and accounted for three touchdowns as Maine Maritime used a last-second goal-line stand to post a 47-41 victory over Massachusetts Maritime in the 43rd Annual Admiral's Cup game on Saturday afternoon, at Ritchie Field.

Jacob Doolan ended the game with two touchdowns on seven carriers for 88 yards, while James Ferrar added a team-best 157 rushing yards on 23 carries.

Jeddy Doyon paced Maine Maritime defensively with 16 total tackles (seven solo), while Alex Gamester (Kittery, Maine) added 10 total tackles (four solo).

MIT Last Week: Despite scoring on their first drive, the Engineers fell to Rensselaer in the first-ever meeting between the two teams.

Quarterback Danny Callahan finished with a 16-for-35 day for 160 yards and one score. The Engineers were held to just 37 yards rushing by RPI, with freshman Adis Ojeda gaining 31. Seve Esparrago had five catches for a team-high 80 yards, with senior Karson Ota leading MIT with six catches, totaling 43 yards. On defense sophomore Mitch Turley led MIT with 10 tackles.

The Mariners: Michael Fahey leads the Mariners offensively with 192 rushing yards and 172 passing yards, combining for three touchdowns. James Ferrar ranks second in rushing yards with 179, while Jordan Susi (South Portland, Maine) leads the team with two receptions for 66 yards.

Jeddy Doyon leads the Mariners defensively with 19 total tackles, including 8 solo stops and Michael Burgess (North Yarmouth, Maine) leads the team with 5.5 tackles for a loss, a sack, a fumble recovery, and a blocked kick.

The Mariners average 23.5 points per game, while allowing opponents to score an average of 35.5 points per game.

The Engineers: Quarterback Danny Callahan leads the Engineers with 548 passing yards and five touchdowns, Adis Ojeda leads the rushing attack with 270 yards on 55 carries and two touchdowns. Karson Ota leads the receivers with 183 yards on 13 catches and two touchdowns.

Defensively Mitch Turley leads the Engineers with 25 total tackles, including 14 solo tackles, two sack and 2.5 tackles for a loss. Anthony Emberley has 21 tackles, a team-best 5.5 tackles for a loss, two sacks and one forced fumble.

The Engineers average 20.3 points per game, while allowing opponents to score an average of 36.7 points per game.

Last season, the Engineers went a perfect 9-0 in the regular season, winning the NEFC Championship, advancing to the second round of the NCAA Division III Championship where they fell to Wesley College.

High Honors: Following last weekend's win over Mass. Maritime, linebacker Jeddy Doyon was named the NEFC Defensive Player of the Week and freshman kicker Chad Martin (Fairfield, Maine) was named the Co-Special Teams Player of the Week.

Productive Start: In last week's win against Mass. Maritime, the Maine Maritime offense scored a touchdown on their first six drives of the game.

Kicking Record: Last week against Mass. Maritime, Chad Martin set a new Maine Maritime Game Record for Most Points Scored by Kicking. Martin kicked two field goals, and three extra-points to total nine points. The previous record was seven points, held by both Justin Hockney and Michael Brennan.

Around the Nation: Maine Maritime Academy's exciting victory in the 43rd Annual Admiral's Cup was mentioned in the D3football.com Around the Nation podcast HERE.

Over Land in Castine: Totaling nearly 500 rushing yards against Mass. Maritime, Maine Maritime's Michael Fahey, Jacob Doolan, Joshua Doolan (Fairfield, Maine) and James Ferrar were mentioned in this column by Tom Haley on D3Football.com. Linebacker Jeddy Doyon was also mentioned for his defensive performance.

D3 Football Play of the Week Nominee: Cody Chapman (Bangor, Maine) and Alex Gamester's combination hit on Mass. Maritime's Kevin Healy to break up the last-second pass in the end zone, was nominated for the D3Football Play of the Week. Click HERE to watch the play.

Golden Helmet: Linebacker Jeddy Doyon was awarded the New England Football Writer's Association Golden Helmet after leading the Mariners with 16 tackles against Mass. Maritime. Doyon was a vital member of the defensive effort that halted the Buccaneers touchdown hopes in the final seconds of the game. Doyon is the first Maine Maritime football player to receive the honor since 2009, when running back Jim Bower earned the award.

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Re: Football 2015: Maine Maritime Academy

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Re: Football 2015: Maine Maritime Academy

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Sep 27, 2015 6:00 pm

Mariners Fall to Engineers in NEFC Opener

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Maine Maritime Academy football amassed 494 yards of total offense, led by 165 passing yards and 61 rushing yards from senior quarterback Michael Fahey (Union, Conn.) in a 51-26 New England Football Conference loss on Saturday afternoon.

The Mariners halted the Engineers on their opening possession, forcing a three-and-out, but could not capitalize on the strong start, fumbling in their first offensive possession on the MIT 15-yard line. MIT put together an 85-yard drive, capped off by a 58-yard touchdown pass from Danny Callahan to Karson Ota. Nate Henderson (Kittery, Maine) blocked the extra point, keeping the Engineer lead to just 6-0.

Maine Maritime got on the board early in the second quarter, putting together an eight-play 68-yard scoring drive, on a Joshua Doolan (Fairfield, Maine) nine-yard run to tie things at 6-6. Reigning NEFC Co-Special Teams Player of the Week Chad Martin's (Fairfield, Maine) extra point kick was good, giving the Mariners a 7-6 lead. On the next drive Justin Lovely (West Gardiner, Maine) picked off Callahan to give the Mariners excellent field position on the Engineers' eight-yard line, but the MIT defense came up with a big stop to ruin the opportunity.

The Engineers added two touchdowns late in the second quarter, to take a 20-7 lead into the intermission. The Mariners struck on the opening drive of the second half, as sophomore James Ferrar (Cumberland, Maine) ran for 31 yards on an 85-yard drive, including the last two into the end zone at the 11:04 mark that made it 20-14. MIT scored a field goal and four touchdowns on their first five possessions of the half, with Adis Ojeda closing the run with a 28-yard scoring run that made it 44-20 with 5:38 left.

Maine Maritime picked up a pair of touchdown passes from Fahey in the fourth quarter, one for 21 yards to sophomore Jordan Susi (South Portland, Maine) and one for 10 yards to freshman Derek Breunig (Westbrook, Maine) close the gap to 44-26. MIT's Ojeda added a 49-yard scoring run with 1:42 left to preserve the win for the Engineers.

Ferrar led the Mariners' rushing attack with 144 yards on 31 carries and a touchdown, while Joshua Doolan added 89 yards on nine carries and a touchdown, and 19 receiving yards.

Quarterback John King hit 13-of-17 passes for 166 yards and three scores for the Engineers, while Ota ended with 108 receiving yards, and Jared Hanson added 100 receiving yards on seven catches.

Regining NEFC Defensive Player of the Week Jeddy Doyon (Hampden, Maine) led the Mariner defense with seven tackles, including one for a loss, while both Lovely and Cody Gibbons (Naples, Maine) grabbed interceptions with 35 yard and 14 yard returns respectively, and Alex Gamester (Kittery, Maine) and Michael Burgess (North Yarmouth, Maine) added sacks.

Ben Boldt led MIT's defense with nine tackles, including five solo stops and a tackle for a loss, a forced fumble, and a fumble recovery.

The Mariners (1-2) will host Coast Guard next Saturday, October 3rd at noon battle, while the Engineers (1-3) will take on Endicott, also at noon.

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Re: Football 2015: Maine Maritime Academy

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Sep 28, 2015 6:53 am

Doyon Named Semifinalist for 2015 Campbell Trophy

IRVING, Texas -- Maine Maritime Academy senior linebacker Jeddy Doyon (Hampden, Maine) has been named one of 135 semifinalists for the 2015 William V. Campbell Trophy, presented by Fidelity Investments® and prominently displayed inside its official home at the New York Athletic Club, which recognizes an individual as the absolute best football scholar-athlete in the nation.

The NFF will announce 15 finalists on Oct. 29, and each of them will receive an $18,000 postgraduate scholarship as a member of the NFF National Scholar-Athlete Class, presented by Fidelity Investments. The finalists will travel to New York City for the 58th NFF Annual Awards Dinner on Dec. 8, where their accomplishments will be highlighted in front of one of the most powerful audiences in all of sports. At the event, one member of the class will be declared in dramatic fashion the winner of the 26th William V. Campbell Trophy and have his postgraduate scholarship increased to $25,000.

"These 135 impressive candidates truly represent the scholar-athlete ideal," said NFF Chairman Archie Manning whose sons Peyton (Campbell Trophy winner) and Eli were named NFF National Scholar-Athletes in 1997 and 2003, respectively. "It is important for us to showcase their success on the football field, in the classroom and in the community. This year's semifinalists further illustrate the power of our great sport in developing the next generation of influential leaders."

Named in honor of Bill Campbell, the chairman of Intuit, former player and head coach at Columbia University and the 2004 recipient of the NFF's Gold Medal, the Campbell Trophy is a 25-pound bronze trophy and increases the amount of the recipient's grant by $7,000 for a total postgraduate scholarship of $25,000. A total distribution of more than $300,000 in scholarships will be awarded at the NFF Annual Awards Dinner, pushing the program's all-time distribution to more than $11 million.

"The NFF would like to personally congratulate each of the nominees as well as their schools and coaches on their tremendous accomplishments," said NFF President & CEO Steve Hatchell. "We are extremely proud to highlight each semifinalist's achievements, showcasing their ability to balance academics and athletics at the highest level. The NFF Awards Committee will have an incredibly difficult task in selecting the finalists from this outstanding group of candidates."

Nominated by their schools, which are limited to one nominee each, candidates for the awards must be a senior or graduate student in their final year of eligibility, have a GPA of at least 3.2 on a 4.0 scale, have outstanding football ability as a first team player or significant contributor and have demonstrated strong leadership and citizenship. The class is selected each year by the NFF Awards Committee, which is comprised of a nationally recognized group of media, College Football Hall of Famers and athletics administrators.

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Re: Football 2015: Maine Maritime Academy

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Oct 04, 2015 6:37 pm

Mariners Fall to Coast Guard 21-14

CASTINE, Maine -- Coast Guard's Mark Behne grabbed an interception in the end zone with 40 seconds left to lead the Bears to a 21-14 victory over Maine Maritime Academy, 21-14 in a New England Football Conference (NEFC) game.

The Mariners amassed 403 rushing yards, led by senior Michael Fahey (Union, Conn.) who ran for 159 yards, and both of Maine Maritime's scores.

Following an exchange of punts to open the game, the Mariners drove 81 yards to the Coast Guard 2-yard line, but Fahey was stopped on 4th-and-1 by Ed Lazowski with 2:44 left in the opening quarter.

Fahey's 1-yard run with 12:46 left in the first half opened the scoring and freshman Chad Martin's (Fairfield, Maine) kick gave the Mariners a 7-0 lead. Maine Maritime used the short field driving just 36 yards for the touchdown.

The Bears fumbled on the second play of their next possession and senior Michael Burgess (North Yarmouth, Maine) recovered the ball for Maine Maritime at the Bear 32-yard line.

On a three play, 32-yard drive, Fahey scored on a 9-yard run and Martin's extra-point gave Maine Maritime at 14-0 lead with 10:45 left in the first half.

The Bears responded with a 10 play, 67-yard drive with Clancy scoring a 3-yard touchdown with 7:06 left in the half and senior Tyler Henning added the PAT to cut the deficit to 14-7.

Coast Guard recovered the ball on the ensuing kickoff to regain possession at the Maine Maritime 27-yard line. Derek Victory found Kyle Jackson for a 37-yard touchdown to tie things at 14-14.

The Mariners put together a 15-play 66 yard drive, setting up a 22-yard field goal from Martin, but the try was blocked by Coast Guard's Joe Rizzardi.

To start the fourth quarter, Will Daniels intercepted Fahey's pass and returned the ball 30 yards to the Maine Maritime 35-yard line, setting up a 8-play, 35-yard drive that was capped off by a 7-yard pass from Victory to Jordan Groff to give the visitors a 21-14 lead.

The Mariners built a 17-play, 84-yard drive with time winding down, but on a 4th-and-goal, Behne, picked off Fahey's pass to seal the victory for Coast Guard.

Kyle Wood led the Bears with 18 tackles, including nine solo stops, while Cody Chapman (Bangor, Maine) led the way defensively for the Mariners with eight total tackles, and Jeddy Doyon (Hampden, Maine) forced a fumble while adding four tackles.

The Mariners (1-3, NEFC 0-2) return to action on October 17th when they host Western New England at Ritchie Field. Coast Guard improves to 3-2, 2-0 in the NEFC, and will also return to action on October 17 when they host MIT.

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Re: Football 2015: Maine Maritime Academy

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Oct 17, 2015 9:32 am

GAME NOTES: Maine Maritime Academy vs. Western New England University

Saturday's Game: Maine Maritime Academy (1-3, NEFC 0-2) vs. Western New England University (5-0, 2-0).

Series History: Saturday's game marks the 14th meeting between Maine Maritime Academy and Western New England University. Western New England currently holds a 9-4 record over Maine Maritime. The Golden Bears have won the last three meetings. The Golden Bears have won the last two match ups, and before that the Mariners had won two-straight.

When hosting, the Mariners are 3-4 against Western New England.

Coaching Records: Under the direction of Head Coach Chris McKenney the Mariners are 2-4 all-time against the Golden Bears, in his 15 years of coaching.

Western New England's Head Coach Keith Emery is 4-2 all-time against the Mariners, in his 11 years of coaching.

Last Meeting: Last season the Golden Bears defeated the Mariners 80-16 during Homecoming Weekend on Ritchie Field.

Maine Maritime Academy amassed 338 rushing yards in last year's game, led by Jacob Doolan who tallied 116 rushing yards on 12 carries and a touchdown, while also adding a 34-yard touchdown catch.

The Mariners jumped on the board first with a three-play, 57-yard drive down the field. Doolan ran the ball 38 yards for the score, and Michael Fahey successfully converted the two-point conversion making it 8-0 in favor of Maine Maritime.

The Golden Bears matched the touchdown with their eight-play, 70-yard scoring drive but two-point conversion failed, giving the Mariners the 8-6 lead.

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Re: Football 2015: Maine Maritime Academy

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Oct 19, 2015 6:41 am

Maine Maritime’s Strong Start Falls Short Against Western New England

CASTINE, Maine – Maine Maritime Academy forced a fumble on Western New England's first posession and answered with a 5-play 54 yard drive to start the game, but the Golden Bears scored 30 points in the third quarter to take a 58-35 New England Football Conference victory over the Mariners on Saturday afternoon on Ritchie Field.

Offensively the Mariners amassed 361 rushing yards and 146 passing yards for 507 yards of offense, and the defense grabbed a sack, a fumble recovery and an interception in the effort.

James Ferrar (Cumberland, Maine) led the Mariners with 133 rushing yards on 11 carries, and senior quarterback Michael Fahey (Union, Conn.) amassed 84 yards on 15 carries and two touchdowns on land and 77 yards and a touchdown in the air.

Terrence N'Dabian fumbled on the first play of the opening drive for the Golden Bears and Justin Lovely (West Gardiner, Maine) recovered, giving the Mariners excellent field position at their own 46. Fahey led the Mariners to a 5-play 54-yard drive highlighted by a 28-yard pass to Jacob Doolan (Fairfield, Maine) and an 18-yard touchdown pass to Derek Breunig (Westbrook, Maine). Chad Martin's (Fairfield, Maine) extra-point attempt was good, giving the Mariners a 7-0 lead.

The Golden Bears responded with a 6-play 48-yard drive capped off by a 12-yard Tyler Ward touchdown pass to Mohamed Camara. Kevin Patterson's extra-point kick was good, tying things up at 7-7.

On Maine Maritime's next possession the Mariners used a 20-yard run by Doolan and a Western New England personal foul, to set up a 32-yard field goal attempt for Martin. Martin's kick went just wide right, keeping things tied up.

The Mariner defense forced a three-and-out on Western New England's next drive, taking over on their own 44. Fahey ran the ball in for a touchdown from the 1-yard line, following a 11 play, 56 yard drive. Martin's kick was good to give the Mariners a 14-7 lead.

Matt Clifford (Kittery, Maine) picked Ward's pass off on the next drive, giving the Mariners the ball on the Golden Bears 40-yard line. Unfortunately, Maine Maritime could not capitalize on Western New England's turnover.

Western New England scored on their next two possessions to take a 21-14 into the intermission.

The Golden bears scored on their first five possessions in the second half, after forcing a Mariner fumble on the opening kickoff, to jump out to a 51-14 lead.

Maine Maritime scored to open up the fourth quarter on a 6-yard rush by Fahey, and a Martin extra-point to close the gap to 51-21. The Mariners forced the Golden Bears to punt on their next drive, and Kaleb Brown (Norridgewock, Maine) grabbed his first career rushing touchdown with 9:02 remaining in the game to make it 51-28.

Kevin Degnan rushed for a 1-yard touchdown to make it 58-28, but the Mariners kept fighting as Corey Creeger (Biddeford, Maine) found Breunig for a back-to-back completions, the first for 37 yards and then a 32-yard touchdown toss to make it 51-35. The score was good for Creeger's first-career touchdown toss. The Golden Bears got the ball back with 21 seconds left, and took a knee to seal the victory.

Sam Olsson led the Golden Bears defensively with 13 total tackles (12 solo), while Kevin McLaughlin added 10 stops (4 solo) and a forced fumble.

Cody Chapman (Bangor, Maine) led the Mariner defense with 12 tackles (6 solo), while Jeddy Doyon (Hampden, Maine) added 10 tackles (5 solo) and a pass breakup that was almost an interception. Clifford forced a fumble, and grabbed and interception returned for 20 yards, and Lovely recovered a fumble.

The Mariners fall to 1-4 on the year and 0-3 in NEFC play, while the Golden Bears remain undefeated at 6-0 and 3-0. Maine Maritime returns to action next weekend at Endicott for a 12:00 p.m. battle, while Western New England will travel to MIT for a 5:00 p.m. kickoff.

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Re: Football 2015: Maine Maritime Academy

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GAME NOTES: Maine Maritime Academy at Endicott College

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Saturday's Game: Maine Maritime Academy (1-4, NEFC 0-3) at Endicott College (2-4, 2-1), 12:00 p.m., Endicott Stadium, Beverly, Mass.

Series History: The Gulls hold a 3-0 all-time record over the Mariners, including a 45-28 victory over the Mariners last season in Castine.

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Last Meeting: The two teams met last season on October 4. Endicott came away with the 45-28 victory.

Running back Jacob Doolan (Fairfield, Maine) collected 219 yards and two touchdowns by ground and 102 yards and a touchdown by air. While quarterback Michael Fahey (Union, Conn.) ran for 142 yards and threw for 141 yards and a touchdown in the loss.

Defensively the Mariners were led by Jeddy Doyon (Hampden, Maine) who recorded 12 tackles, seven of which were solo, Johnny Weymouth (Windham, Maine) and Collin Joyce (Westbrook, Maine) recorded 11 tackles. Joyce also picked up a forced fumble, and a broken up pass.

Maine Maritime Academy's Last Game: Maine Maritime Academy forced a fumble on Western New England's first possession and answered with a 5-play 54 yard drive to start the game, but the Golden Bears scored 30 points in the third quarter to take a 58-35 New England Football Conference victory over the Mariners last Saturday afternoon.

Offensively the Mariners amassed 361 rushing yards and 146 passing yards for 507 yards of offense, and the defense grabbed a sack, a fumble recovery and an interception in the effort.

James Ferrar (Cumberland, Maine) led the Mariners with 133 rushing yards on 11 carries, and senior quarterback Michael Fahey amassed 84 yards on 15 carries and two touchdowns on land and 77 yards and a touchdown in the air.

Cody Chapman (Bangor, Maine) led the Mariner defense with 12 tackles (6 solo), while Jeddy Doyon added 10 tackles (5 solo) and a pass breakup that was almost an interception. Matt Clifford (Kittery, Maine) forced a fumble, and grabbed and interception returned for 20 yards, and Lovely recovered a fumble.

Endicott College's Last Game: The Gull's enter Saturday's game after suffering a 40-21 NEFC loss to Salve Regina last Saturday.

Endicott quarterback Sam Ouellette went 16-for-26 to total 162 passing yards. Spencer Walsh and Johari Johnson led the rushing attack with 32 yards each, and Jake Pelletier grabbed 68 receiving yards on five catches. Defensively, William Rivera led the way for Endicott with nine tackles (seven solo), and one interception for 34 yards.

The Mariners: Michael Fahey leads the Mariners with 439 passing yards on 23 completions, and four touchdowns. On the ground, Fahey also leads the team with 496 yards on 117 carries and six touchdowns. James Ferrar has 443 rushing yards on 81 carries and a touchdown, including a long-run of 71 yards. Jordan Susi (South Portland, Maine) leads Maine Maritime with 160 receiving yards on eight receptions, and a touchdown, while Derek Breunig (Westbrook, Maine) has 157 receiving yards on seven receptions, including three touchdowns.

Defensively, Jeddy Doyon paces the Mariners with 40 total tackles, including 19 solo stops, 1.5 tackles for a loss, a forced fumble and a broken up pass. Cody Chapman has 38 tackles, 19 solo, 1.5 sacks, 4.5 tackles for a loss and one broken up pass. Justin Lovely (West Gardiner, Maine) leads the team with two interceptions, while Michael Burgess (North Yarmouth, Maine) leads the team with eight tackles for a loss, two fumble recoveries, two sacks and two blocks.

The Mariners average 344.4 rushing yards per game, 101.6 passing yards per game, and 24.4 points per game, while allowing opponents to score an average of 40.2 points per game.

The Gulls: Sam Ouellette leads the team with 833 passing yards on 75 completions and seven touchdowns, while Jake Pelletier has 30 receptions totaling 390 yards and four touchdowns. Spencer Walsh leads the team in rushing yards with 243 yards on 56 carries, and teammate Johari Johnson has 241 yards on 55 carries and two touchdowns.

William Rivera leads the team with 49 tackles, including 33 solo, two interceptions, 1.5 tackles for a loss, a sack and a forced fumble. Craig Anderson leads the team with 7.5 tackles for a loss, including 7 sacks.

The Gulls average 118.2 rushing yards per game, 190.7 passing yards per game and 21 points per game, while allowing opponents to score 30.8 points per game.

NCAA Rankings: The Mariners are ranked fifth in the NCAA Division III in Rushing offense with 344.4 rushing yards per game. The team also ranks 13th in time of possession and 43rd in total offense.

Career Firsts: Last week Matt Clifford grabbed his first-career interception, returning it for 20 yards.

Corey Creeger (Biddeford, Maine) tossed his first-career touchdown in last week's game, a 32-yard score to Derek Breunig.

Kaleb Brown (Norridgewock, Maine) ran for his first-career touchdown, a five yarder in the fourth quarter.

Honor Roll: Michael Fahey was named to the New England Football Conference Offensive Honor Roll following the game against Western New England. Fahey grabbed 77 yards on four completions and 84 yards on 15 rushes and two touchdowns.

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