Tech Football College Wrap-Up

Our Tech football alums feature is back for the 2016 season. We’ll recap how our former players and their teams have done to start the season.

Fordham (2-1)
Lawrence Menyah (Class of 2015) and Kyvaune Brammer (Class of 2013) each had four tackles in Fordham’s home opener 83-21 win. Additionally, Brammer forced a fumble and Menyah had an interception. Menyah also had two tackles each against UPenn and Navy. Fordham faces Monmouth this weekend.

Princeton (1-1)
James Gales (Class of 2013) recorded 9 tackles, including one for a loss, in the Tigers’ 35-31 season opening win over Lafayette. Gales had 7 tackles last weekend in the team’s 42-28 loss against Lehigh. The team looks to bounce back against Columbia in their first Ivy League game of the season.

LIU Post (4-0)
Deon Mash (Class of 2014) made his first reception of the season for the Pioneers in their 27-24 win over Bentley last weekend and has also played in two of the team’s other wins. Ayinde Pope (Class of 2015) has not seen playing time for the team this season, after redshirtting last season. The team faces Assumption this weekend.

Ithaca (1-2)
Tristan Brown (Class of 2014) had one touchdown for Ithaca in their season opener, in which they defeated Union College. Brown has ran for the Bombers in all three games this season, and they look to bounce back in a conference game against Utica on Saturday.

 

 

 

Maritime (2-1)
Minju Kim (Class of 2016) has not seen any playing time for Maritime, who defeated Maine Maritime in their season opener, 35-28 in overtime, and Merchant Marine 20-16 last week. The Privateers face Husson in their Homecoming game and first conference game this weekend.

Monmouth (2-2)
Mahmoud Shabana (Class of 2016) has not seen any playing time for Monmouth, who is looking to bounce back against Fordham this weekend, after losing the past two games.

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