Check in with how Tech alums and their schools have fared the past two weeks in college football.
Tristan Brown (Class of 2014) had two touchdowns and rushed for 67 yards on 25 carries in the Bombers’ 27-17 loss to Brockport on Oct. 17. This weekend, the Bombers’ fell to Morrisville State 24-12 with Brown rushing for 34 yards on 10 carries. Ithaca looks to bounce back next weekend against St. John Fisher.
Lawrence Menyah (Class of 2015) and Kyvaune Brammer (Class of 2013) did not see playing time in Fordham’s 47-41 overtime win against Holy Cross on Oct. 17. Menyah had one tackle, while Brammer did not see playing time, in the Rams’ 59-42 win over Lehigh. Fordham faces Colgate next weekend.
James Gales (Class of 2013) did not see playing time in the Tigers’ 38-31 loss to Brown on Oct. 17. Gales played this weekend as Princeton fell to Harvard 42-7. Next weekend, Princeton faces Cornell.
LIU Post (5-3)
Deon Mash (Class of 2014) saw playing time for the Pioneers’ the past two weeks for the Pioneers. LIU defeated Pace 30-7 on Oct. 17 but fell to New Haven 63-16 this weekend. The Pioneers face Southern Connecticut next weekend.
Thomas Plonski (Class of 2013) did not see any playing time for the Wildcats the past two weeks for the Wildcats, as they defeated Albany 37-0 on Oct. 17, but fell to Towson 28-21 this weekend. Next weekend, they take on Maine.
Donovan Ortiz (Class of 2015) did not see any playing time for Alfred the past two weeks, as Alfred felt to SUNY Cortland 20-14 on Oct. 17, but defeated Hartwick 42-18 this weekend. The Saxons face SUNY Brockport next weekend.
Stony Brook (2-3)
Alpha Gamby (Class of 2015) did not see any playing time for the Seawolves the past two weeks, as they fell to Towson 21-14 on Oct. 17 and Maine 23-10 this past weekend. Stony Brook is back in action next weekend against Elon.