The Red Raiders football team rolled to a 63-7 win last week versus Millersville. Extending their win streak to five straight games.
Two Players stood out from the pack in that game, Sheldon Mayer and Richard Nase Jr. both earned PSAC player of the week awards for their performances.
Standout senior receiver Sheldon Mayer made his impact felt on special teams and was named PSAC eastern division player of the week. This is the second time this year Mayer has won the award. Mayer returned two punts for touchdowns. The first return went 66 -Yards, the second return went 91-yards the second longest return for a touchdown the second longest return in school history. Mayer finished the day with 177 punt return yards the most of any player in division II’s football this years. That left Mayer the 951 career punt-return yards for his career the most of and active division two player.
The defense also dominated last Saturday breaking the single game sack record with 10 sacks on the day. The defense was lead by Richard Nase Jr. who finished the day with 3.5 sacks and a forced fumble; Nase only played the first half. That performance earned Nase PSAC eastern division defensive player of the week, the first of his career.