Football 2015: Bates College

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Football 2015: Bates College

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Aug 25, 2015 11:02 am

2015 schedule:

September
Sat Sep. 26 Amherst 1:00 PM

October
Sat Oct. 3 Tufts 1:30 PM
Sat Oct. 10 at Williams 1:00 PM Video stream
Sat Oct. 17 at Wesleyan (Conn.) 1:00 PM
Sat Oct. 24 Middlebury 1:00 PM
Sat Oct. 31 at Colby 1:00 PM

November
Sat Nov. 7 Bowdoin 12:30 PM
Sat Nov. 14 at Hamilton 12:00 PM
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Re: Football 2015: Bates College

Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Sep 25, 2015 5:36 am

Bates football preview: Bobcats riding crest of historical winning wave

LEWISTON — Bates College receiver Mark Riley knows that he and 11 fellow seniors are blessed among football players in school history.

All they’ve known are home games on beautiful, new artificial turf in front of glistening bleachers, and seasons with a winning percentage of .500 or better.

How rare is the air where Riley and friends hope to climb this autumn? The last Bates seniors never to lose more games in a season than they won graduated in 1969. Before that, you have to dig through the archives back to an eight-year stretch from 1893 to 1900.

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Re: Football 2015: Bates College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Sep 26, 2015 6:10 pm

Bates can't slow down NESCAC champion Amherst

LEWISTON — After three successful seasons with defense as it calling card, Bates College football simply is asking the young group charged with carrying on that tradition to get better from now through November.

The Bobcats accomplished that Saturday, even if it was not immediately tangible on the scoreboard that overlooks Garcelon Field after a 37-14 loss to NESCAC champion Amherst in the season-opener.

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Re: Football 2015: Bates College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Sep 27, 2015 8:14 am

Defending champion Amherst wins 37-14 in football opener at Garcelon

LEWISTON, Maine -- Amherst College shrugged off an early 80-yard touchdown run by Bates College's Shaun Carroll and rolled to a 37-14 victory in both teams' season opener on Saturday at Garcelon Field.

Sophomore quarterback Reece Foy completed 22 of 33 passes for 286 yards and a touchdown for Amherst (1-0), with 10 of his completions and 125 of his yards going to Devin Boehm. Kenny Adinkra rushed for 104 yards on 20 carries as the Lord Jeffs totaled 556 yards of offense, including 345 in the first half.

Carroll (Clinton, Maine) finished with 107 yards on 13 carries for Bates and junior Ivan Reese (Savannah, Ga.) ran for 49 yards and a touchdown on 14 carries. Senior quarterback Patrick Dugan (Westford, Mass.) completed 11 of 16 passes for 117 yards, with senior Mark Riley (Needham, Mass.) catching seven balls for 87 yards.

Amherst amassed 17 first downs in the first half to Bates' four en route to a 28-7 halftime lead. The Lord Jeffs finished with 28 first downs to Bates' 14.

It was the eighth straight victory against Bates for Amherst, dating back to Bates' last victory in the series in 1999; the NESCAC rivals play each other two out of every four years.

The game got off to a great start for the host Bobcats: they held the Lord Jeffs to 19 yards and a punt on their first possession, and the Bobcats took over at their own 20. On Bates' first play from scrimmage of the season, Carroll broke free on a left sweep and saw nothing but daylight by the time he reached the Bates 40-yard ilne, completing an 80-yard touchdown run for a 7-0 Bates lead.

Amherst wasted no time in evening the score, however, going 73 yards on six plays in a drive that elapsed only 1:34, including an 11-yard touchdown pass from Foy to Nick Widen.

Amherst was stopped for a three-and-out on its next possession, and junior Trevor Lyons (Hamilton, Mass.) picked off Foy in Amherst territory to set up the Bobcats at the Amherst 37. The Lord Jeffs set the Bobcats back for a loss on two straight plays, including a combined sack of Dugan by Evan Boynton and Sam Caldwell, forcing Bates to punt. Freshman Justin Foley's (Lynnfield, Mass.) punt went out of bounds at the Amherst 10.

Amherst faced 3rd and 7 at its own 13 when Foy completed to Jackson McGonagle for 30 yards, jump-starting a 13-play, 90-yard scoring drive that ended with Nick Kelly's 5-yard touchdown run with 1:09 left in the first quarter.

Amherst held Bates to a three-and-out and took over at the Bates 47. Foy hit Boehm for 21 yards on 3rd and 12, and two plays later McGonagle rushed around the end for a 23-yard touchdown for a 21-7 Amherst lead with 13:07 left in the half.

Bates scratched out a pair of first downs on its next possession and Foley punted 50 yards for a touchback. Amherst took over at its own 20 and began an 18-play, 80-yard scoring drive that both wore down Bates' defense and gave the Jeffs a 28-7 lead with two minutes left in the half. Amherst converted three third downs on the drive, including Foy's 1-yard touchdown run.

Amherst threatened to open a wider lead on its first possession of the ultimately scoreless third quarter, marching from its own 15 to the Bates 2.

Sophomore linebacker Max Breschi (Carlisle, Pa.) stuffed Adinkra for no gain, forcing a 4th and 1 at the 2-yard line, and Foy was sacked by Bates junior Ben Coulibaly (Philadelphia, Pa.) for a 10-yard loss, breathing new life into the Bates crowd of about 1,800 spectators. Bates quickly had to punt, however, and Amherst came back to the Bates 14, thanks to an Adinkra 11-yard rush and a 13-yard scamper by Raheem Jackson.

Jackson was stuck for a 2-yard loss by Coulibaly and junior Brandon Williams (Gardner, Mass.) broke up a pass thrown to McGonagle in the end zone, compelling Amherst to try a 31-yard field goal, which was kicked wide left by Wall. Bates took over at the 20 and began its second scoring drive of the day, moving the ball 80 yards in 14 plays, finished off by a 3-yard touchdown run by Reese with 13:10 left in the game, closing the gap to 28-14.

The teams traded short possessions before Amherst tacked three points to its lead as Wall hit from 31 yards, completing a nine-play, 37-yard drive that started at midfield. The drive's vital play was a 27-yard completion from Foy to tight end Rob Thoma that went for 27 yards.

Just when Bates' Reese had appeared to convert the first down on 4th and 1 at midfield, Amherst's Parker Chapman stripped him of the ball and fell on it to quash Bates' waning hopes. Amherst took over with 3:48 left in the fourth quarter and tacked on a 33-yard touchdown run by backup Jack Hickey in the final seconds of the game to make it 37-14.

Lyons, Coulibaly and sophomore Andrew Jenkelunas (Rocky Hill, Conn.) shared Bates' tackling lead with 10 apiece, while Coulibaly posted four tackles for a loss. Chris Gow and Evan Boynton shared Amherst's tackling lead with seven apiece, including two for a loss by Boynton.

Bates will stay at home next Saturday at 1pm, as part of Back to Bates Weekend, to host Tufts University (1-0), which won 24-21 in overtime today at Hamilton. Amherst hosts Bowdoin (0-1) Saturday at 1pm.

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Re: Football 2015: Bates College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Oct 04, 2015 5:33 pm

Falmouth's Cooleen shines as Tufts rallies past Bates

LEWISTON — Close losses have been a part of Bates’ football revival, but few of those defeats have been more heartbreaking than the 17-16 verdict the Bobcats let slip away to Tufts on Saturday afternoon at Garcelon Field.

Bates saw a two-touchdown lead evaporate in the third quarter, then fumbled away what would have been the winning points at the goal line with 6:25 remaining.

Jack Cooleen of Falmouth was the hero for Tufts (2-0). He caught both touchdown passes from Alex Snyder, from 45 and 27 yards in a seven-minute span of the third period.

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Re: Football 2015: Bates College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Oct 04, 2015 6:11 pm

Jumbos top Bobcats in defensive battle, 17-16

LEWISTON, Maine -- Tufts University rallied for 17 unanswered points in the second half to overcome a 14-0 halftime deficit and deal the Bates College football team a heartbreaking 17-16 loss on Saturday at Garcelon Field, before a Homecoming crowd of over 2,000.

Bates fumbled five times, losing two of them, most crucially on a 4th and goal at the Tufts 1-yard line in the fourth quarter, trailing 17-16 with 6:25 remaining, when Bates opted to try for the go-ahead touchdown rather than a go-ahead field goal.

Tufts receiver Jack Cooleen caught seven passes for 178 yards, including touchdowns of 27 and 45 yards in the third quarter that allowed the Jumbos to tie the game. Cooleen also caught two other passes for 39 and 45 yards, respectively, accounting for over half of Tufts' total offense.

Defense largely dominated in the game. Tufts converted 1 of 14 third downs and Bates 3 of 16. The Bobcats averaged 3.8 yards per play, while Tufts averaged 4.9 despite the four long passing plays to Cooleen.

Alex Snyder completed 19 of 36 passes for 280 yards and the two scores. The Jumbos outgained the Bobcats 340 to 298, including a 280-110 difference in passing yardage. Bates outrushed Tufts 188 to 60.

Bates capitalized on two special teams blunders by Tufts for two of its scores. Late in the first quarter, Tufts punter Willie Holmquist fumbled a high snap and recovered for a 16-yard loss, giving Bates the ball at the Tufts 14. Four plays later, Bates sophomore slotback Frank Williams (Brookline, Mass.) weaved through the line to put the Bobcats on top 7-0 with 1:28 left in the first quarter. Bates also scored a safety with 11:06 left in the fourth quarter when a snap to Holmquist sailed over his head and into the end zone, closing the gap to 17-16.

Bates took a 14-0 lead midway through the second quarter. The Bobcats began their drive on Tufts' 49 after a 14-yard punt. Williams rushed for eight yards to convert a 4th and 4 at the Tufts 28, but the Bobcats backed up again on the next play, recovering their own fumble behind the line of scrimmage. On 2nd and 21 at the Tufts 31, Bates senior quarterback Patrick Dugan (Westford, Mass.) hit sophomore slotback Mickoy Nichol (Dennis Port, Mass.) over the middle. Nichol broke a tackle with a spin move and weaved past another defender en route to the end zone for a 31-yard scoring play.

Tufts kept its ensuing drive alive with a faked field goal attempt, with kicker Holmquist taking a backwards flip from his placeholder and rushing for six yards for a 1st and goal at the Bates 7. Bates' defense held its ground, however, and Holmquist lined up again for a 22-yard field goal attempt which missed to the left.

Bates responded with a successful trick play of its own on the first series of the second half. Junior Trevor Lyons (Hamilton, Mass.) caught the snap on an apparent punt attempt and completed a pass to junior Brandon Williams (Gardner, Mass.) for 13 yards. The drive stalled out a midfield, however. Tufts took over at its own 16, and drove to the Bates 45, where Snyder dropped a perfectly thrown pass to Cooleen for the 45-yard score, closing the gap to 14-7.

Late in the third, the Jumbos tied it up with a two-play scoring drive for 59 yards. Taking over at their own 41, the Jumbos advanced 32 yards on a Snyder pass to Mike Rando to the right side. From the Bates 27, Snyder, given plenty of time in the pocket, then found Cooleen open in the left corner of the end zone, tying the game 14-14.

Tufts set up its go-ahead field goal on the final play of the third quarter, when Snyder again found Cooleen open down the left sideline for 45 yards, before getting pushed out of bounds at the Bates 12. Tufts running back Chance Brady was thrown for a 5-yard loss, pushing the Jumbos back to the 17, but Holmquist's field goal attempt from 34 yards out dropped just over the crossbar for a 17-14 lead the Jumbos didn't relinquish.

Dugan completed 9 of 17 passes for 97 yards, with one touchdown and one interception. Williams picked up a team-high 71 rushing yards and a touchdown on 14 carries, while junior Ivan Reese (Savannah, Ga.) rushed for 60 yards on 20 carries. Senior Mark Riley (Needham, Mass.) caught six passes for 38 yards.

Brady led the Jumbos in rushing with 49 yards on 13 attempts, and Rando picked up 55 receiving yards on five catches.

Steve DiCienzo had a game-high 14 tackles, including a sack and a forced fumble, for Tufts, while Shane Thomas added 13 tackles and a forced fumble. For Bates, sophomore Andrew Jenkelunas (Rocky Hill, Conn.) had a team-high 10 tackles.

Bates plays its first road game next Saturday at Williams College, starting at 1pm.

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Re: Football 2015: Bates College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Oct 11, 2015 5:11 am

Bates comes up just short at Williams

Another week, another heartbreaking finish for Bates football. The Bobcats drove inside the Williams 30-yard line in the final minute Saturday, but the Ephs’ second sack of the day turned it over on downs and sealed a 16-14 NESCAC victory in Williamstown, Mass. Williams (2-1) ...

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Re: Football 2015: Bates College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Oct 11, 2015 6:22 am

Williams defeats Bates in football for first time since 2010, 16-14

WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. -- The Bates football team lost in a nailbiter for the second week in a row on Saturday, falling 16-14 at Williams as the host Ephs defeated the Bobcats for the first time in five meetings.

Bates (0-3) next plays at Wesleyan Saturday at 1pm.

Williams quarterback Austin Lommen threw 47 times and completed 31 for 309 yards and a touchdown, to go with two interceptions. Williams outgained Bates in total offense 355 to 298. Mark Pomella had eight catches for 86 yards, as four Ephs collected at least five receptions and 59 yards apiece.

Bates rushed for a season-high 232 yards on 57 attempts, but passed for only 66 total. Bates senior quarterback Patrick Dugan (Westford, Mass.) completed just 1 of 14 passes for 33 yards, but rushed for a team-high 74 yards on 16 attempts. He was one of four Bates backs to rush for 44 yards or more, with sophomore Frank Williams (Brookline, Mass.) picked up 54 yards and a touchdown on 10 carries, junior Ivan Reese (Savannah, Ga.) ran for 50 yards and a TD on 14 carries, and sophomore Mickoy Nichol (Dennis Port, Mass.) gained 44 yards on eight carries.

For the second straight week, turnovers cost Bates dearly, as they fumbled six times and lost two. The game also included 16 penalties, including six unsportsmanlike conduct flags. Nine penalties were called on Bates, costing the Bobcats 90 yards.

Williams completed the game's first scoring drive with 4:01 left in the first quarter, going 75 yards on eight plays with Connor Harris scoring from two yards out. Bobby Webster's point-after kick failed, leaving the lead at 6-0.

Bates answered early in the second quarter with a 10-play, 67-yard drive capped by Ivan Reese's 1-yard trot up the middle, and Grant DeWald's extra point was good, giving Bates its first and only lead at 7-6 with 9:35 to go in the half. The drive was sustained by Dugan's 33-yard toss to Mark Riley on 3rd and 7, and Reese took care of the final 12 yards on four carries.

Williams responded by driving 82 yards to the doorstep of another touchdown, but on 3rd and goal at the 1, Bates junior Trevor Lyons forced a fumble in the backfield and senior Tucker Oniskey (Reading, Mass.) recovered. Bates' offense picked up two first downs before its drive stalled at its own 22.

Williams then regained the momentum, marching the ball back 61 yards in 10 plays in just 73 seconds of game time. Darrias Sime caught a 3-yard pass to the right for the go-ahead touchdown and a 13-7 lead 26 seconds before halftime.

No scoring occurred for either team in the third quarter; Bates' only two possessions in the period ended in a punt and a lost fumble, which prematurely ended a drive that featured a 33-yard option-pass completion from senior slotback Mike Decina (Hopkinton, Mass.) to Riley.

Williams started the fourth quarter with the ball on Bates' 19, thanks to a 25-yard completion from Lommen to Pomella for 25 yards on a 3rd and 7. The Ephs edged ahead to the 14 before taking a two-possession lead, at 16-7, on a 31-yard field goal by Webster.

After a Bobcat fumble early in the quarter, Bates' defense forced a three-and-out by the Ephs, and Lyons ran back a 50-yard punt by Webster 31 yards to set up the Bobcats at the Williams 34.

A rocky offensive series, featuring a 15-yard unsportsmanlike penalty and two Bates fumbles that the Bobcats were able to recover, ended successfully, as Frank Williams ran it in from 2 yards out to close the gap to 16-14.

Bates' defense held again and forced a Williams punt, giving the Bobcat offense the ball at its own 17 with 3:26 left in the game. With the clock ticking away, Bates converted four first downs -- a 15-yard Nichol run, a 6-yard Williams run, an 8-yard Reese run and a 9-yard Dugan run on 3rd and 8 from the Williams 39. But a final unsportsmanlike conduct call moved Bates back 15 yards for a 4th and 25 at the Williams 45, and Dugan was sacked by Jack Ryan on the game's final meaningful play, with 16 seconds remaining.

Sophomore linebacker Max Breschi (Carlisle, Pa.) led Bates with 11 tackles, including two for a loss. Brandon Williams had two interceptions and nine tackles in a busy day for the junior cornerback. Making his first career start for Bates at free safety, first-year Joe Frake (Windham, N.H.) also had nine tackles, eight solo. Junior Mark Upton (Winthrop, Mass.) and junior Trevor Lyons (Hamilton, Mass.) both forced Williams fumbles while collecting eight and seven tackles, respectively.

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Re: Football 2015: Bates College

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Oct 18, 2015 6:27 am

Bates rally falls short at Wesleyan

For the third consecutive week, Bates football had possession with a chance to win or tie at the end of regulation Saturday.

Again, the Bobcats couldn't cash in. Justin Sanchez picked off Patrick Dugan with a minute to go, preserving Wesleyan's 24-16 victory at Andrus Field in Middletown, Conn.

Bates (0-4) hasn't beaten Wesleyan since 2005.

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Re: Football 2015: Bates College

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Oct 19, 2015 6:14 am

Cardinals pass by Bobcats, 24-16

MIDDLETOWN, Conn. -- Wesleyan University scored 17 straight points to overcome a 9-7 deficit in the second quarter, en route to defeating the Bates College football team 24-16 on Saturday at Andrus Field.

The Cardinals (3-1) defeated the Bobcats (0-4) for the 10th straight year as quarterback Gernald Hawkins threw for 228 yards and two touchdowns, while Lou Stevens rushed for 117 yards on 12 carries.

Bates senior quarterback Patrick Dugan (Westford, Mass.) threw for 204 yards, including a late 5-yard touchdown pass to senior wide receiver Lani Eversage. Bates recovered the ensuing onside kick, but Wesleyan sealed the victory on Justin Sanchez's interception with 1:21 remaining.


The Bobcats raced down the field on their opening series, going 68 yards on four plays, including a 3-yard touchdown run by Ivan Reese (Savannah, Ga.), the junior running back's third touchdown this season. Sophomore slotback Mickoy Nichol (Dennis Port, Mass.) ran for 20 yards on the game's first play from scrimmage, and sophomore slotback Frank Williams (Brookline, Mass.) ran for 41 yards to take Bates from its own 44 to the Wesleyan 3. Bates' point-after kick attempt failed, leaving the lead at 6-0.

Wesleyan had its first two offensive series end in an interception by junior Brandon Williams (Gardner, Mass.) and a punt, while Bates punted on two straight. The Cardinals then assumed a 7-6 lead with an 8-play, 51-yard drive, capped by Devon Carrillo's option pass to Dan Laorenza. Brandon Williams picked off Hawkins again on the drive, but the play was discounted due to a rouhging the passer flag against the Bobcats.

Junior Trevor Lyons (Hamilton, Mass.) stepped up to make another interception, his second of the season, and returned the ball 24 yards to set up the Bobcats at the Wesleyan 17. The Bobcats couldn't get a first down, but settled for a career-long 33-yard field goal by sophomore Grant DeWald (Duxbury, Mass.), returning the lead to Bates at 9-7 with 3:52 left in the second quarter.

Wesleyan found enough time to march 68 yards for the go-ahead touchdown, with Hawkins hitting Mike Breuler for a 9-yard touchdown with 33 seconds left in the half. The drive was sustained by a 20-yard completion from Hawkins to Jaylen Berry on 3rd and 10 at midfield.

Ike Fuchs gave Wesleyan an eight-point lead with 4:24 left in the third quarter, kicking a 21-yard field goal to cap a 10-play, 53-yard drive. Bates responded with Dugan hitting Frank Williams for a 49-yard gain, taking the Bobcats to the Wesleyan 11, but a fumble on the ensuing play was recovered by the Cardinals at their own 22.

Wesleyan then made it a two-possession game with a 10-play, 78-yard drive, finished off with a 37-yard touchdown pass from Hawkins to Lou Stevens, for a 24-9 lead.

With 3:28 left in the fourth quarter, Brandon Williams set up Bates at midfield for its final scoring drive with his second interception of the game and fourth in the past two games. A Dugan 25-yard completion to Nichol took Bates to the Wesleyan 2, and a 22-yard strike to senior Mark Riley (Needham, Mass.) two plays later brough Bates to the 4. Reese was stopped for a 1-yard loss, and after two Dugan incompletions, Bates faced 4th and goal at the 5. Dugan then found Eversage (Fairfield, Iowa) for his first career touchdown, and DeWald's point-after closed the gap to 24-16 with 1:47 remaining in the game.

Bates' final drive ended with an interception by Wesleyan's Justin Sanchez.

Wesleyan outgained Bates in total offense, 447-308, and had 24 first downs to Bates' 14. The Cardinals dominated time of possession, 39:14 to 20:46.

Frank Williams led Bates rushers with 54 yards on five attempts, adding in two receptions for 57 yards. Eversage caught three passes for 59 yards, and Riley caught six for 54.

Junior Mark Upton (Winthrop, Mass.) had a season-high 14 tackles, while Brandon Williams notched a career high for the second straight week with 11 tackles (10 solo). Junior Sam Francis (Newburyport, Mass.) also had a career-high with 10 tackles, and senior defensive end Tucker Oniskey (Reading, Mass.) had a career-high nine tackles, including 2.5 for a loss.

Bates returns home next Saturday, Oct. 24, to face Middlebury (3-1) at 1pm.

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