Alumni In The News
To Be Kurt, He Wants It All
Without further adieu, we will get to the ‘do. Kurt Holuba, voted the second best defensive player in the Ivy League in 2016, has his head wrapped so tightly around the idea of being the best in 2017 that he is leaving nothing out of place.
UD freshman defensive lineman Mauro makes fast impression
While red-shirting last year, Mauro got taste of defense now employed by Hens before game at Richmond...click here full story
Football: Fourth-down conversions pave way to Wildcats’ Pinstripe Bowl win
NEW YORK — Facing fourth-and-one at Pittsburgh’s 21-yard line, coach Pat Fitzgerald took a chance.
Northwestern (7-6, 5-4 Big Ten) trailed No. 23 Pittsburgh (8-5, 5-3 ACC) 24-21 with 8:23 to go in Wednesday’s Pinstripe Bowl, and Fitzgerald’s team could tie the game with a field goal.
Instead, Fitzgerald decided to roll the dice and go for a first down. It paid dividends: sophomore quarterback Clayton Thorson completed a short pass to wide-open junior superback Garrett Dickerson, who turned and raced along the sideline into the end zone. Click here to read the full article.