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Sunday, November 6, 2011

Big Kickers on Campus, 2011 week 10

A summary of notable kicking during the tenth week of the 2011 college football season:

Junior kicker Drew Alleman hit a 25 yard field goal to give no. 1 LSU a 9-6 overtime win over no. 2 Alabama.
"It was a field goal type game. It was 3-0, 3-3, 6-3 and then 6-6. You just knew it might happen.... Every day I was preparing for it mentally and in practice.... It’s great. It’s wonderful. Every kicker dreams it. I got to live it. It was amazing."
Senior kicker Louis Feinstein made a 27 yard field goal with 1:30 remaining to give Rhode Island a 24-21 win over William & Mary.

Freshman kicker Jake Gould hit his first career field goal as time expired from 20 yards out to give Rose-Hulman a 53-50 victory over Anderson (IN).

Junior kicker Devin Rounds kicked a 23-yard field goal with eight seconds left Saturday to lift Black Hills State 10-7 over Minot State.

Freshman kicker Tony Miliano's 41 yard field goal, his fourth of the game, with 14:49 remaining proved to be the winner as Cincinnati defeated Pittsburgh 26-23.
“When you got out in the game you go back to basics and fundamentals. That’s what happened.”
Sophomore kicker Ryan Murphy's 31 yard field goal with seven seconds left gave Chowan a 38-35 win over Bowie State.

Senior kicker Chris Vortkamp’s 33 yard field goal with 8:55 left in the game were the final points in Ohio Dominican's 20-17 win over Ashland.

Junior kicker Brandon Mulloy’s 23 yard field goal with 35 seconds remaining gave Quincy a 38-35 win over Malone.

Senior kicker Zach Guyer’s 42 yard field with 4:30 remaining lifted Iowa State 13-10 over Kansas.
“I knew I had it. I hit the ground a little bit so I knew it was going to be a little low, but it was right down the middle.”
Junior kicker Stephen Velasquez hit a 25 yard field goal with six minutes left to give Virginia Union a 17-14 win over Fayetteville State.

Freshman kicker Sean Murray kicked a 31 yard field goal to tie the score as time expired in regulation and kicked the winning 30 yarder in overtime as St. Francis (IL) beat Georgia State 30-27.

Sophomore kicker Joe Mallock made a 40 yard field goal with 4:48 remaining in the game to give Williams a 19-17 victory over Wesleyan.
"When I hit it I wasn't sure it was gonna go through, but I was sure happy when it did."
Junior kicker Max Martin hit a 49 yard field goal with 13 seconds remaining to give Wayne State (NE) a 34-32 win over Augustana (SD).

Sophomore kicker Zeb Miller hit his second game winner in as many weeks with a 29 yarder as time expired to give North Dakota a 15-13 win over the University of Sioux Falls.

Senior kicker Steven Schott’s fourth field goal of the game, a 44 yarder with nine seconds left, gave Ball State a 33-31 win over Eastern Michigan.
"We practice for that situation all the time. I just tried to do my job. I just keep my mind clear of distractions. I had a feeling they were going to call their timeouts, but I just didn't let it bother me. The snap and hold were good and the blocking was excellent."
Senior kicker Chris Marini hit a 24 yard field goal with 2:39 remaining to give Waynesburg University a 26-23 victory over previously undefeated Thomas More.

Freshman kicker Jesse Shore made a 38 yard field goal with two seconds left in the game to give Marietta College a 30-27 victory over Otterbein University.

Senior kicker Greg Zuerlein's school record 58 yard field goal with 11 seconds remaing in the third quarter proved to be the game winner in Missouri Western's 31-28 win over Northwest Missouri State.

Senior kicker Casey Tinius hit a 34 yard field goal on the final play of the game to give Western Kentucky a 10-9 win over Florida International.
"Our team deserved that. My teammates deserve, whether it's Jesse or me, a kicker to go out there and get the job done."
Senior kicker San San Te's 37 yard field goal in over time gave Rutgers a 20-17 victory over South Florida.

Sophomore kicker Evan Finch hit a 20 yard field goal in overtime to lift Hope College 24-21 over Adrian College.
"The last field goal I had (a chance) to win was a bad snap and I didn’t get to kick it. “It was my sophomore year of high school (at Ann Arbor Pioneer), so it’s nice to redeem that one. It came off right. It felt really nice. Then to see the team running out after me was a great feeling."
Junior kicker Jimmie Mattson made a 25 yard field goal with five seconds remaining to give Saint John's a 27-24 win over St. Olaf.

If we missed someone that should be on the above list, please let us know!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

http://www.bethelathletics.com/article/1965.php

here is another, he scored the last 12 points in a 12 point win

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