Where Are They Now: College Football Wrap-up for 2017

The collection of Brooklyn Tech Football players playing in the NCAA had a banner year.  See below for a look at how they performed this past season.
Lawrence Menyah (2015) – Fordham University
Playing strong safety Lawrence had 49 tackles with 3 tackles for loss.  Lawrence had the game-winning interception for touchdown vs Central Conn State.
Mahmoud Shabana (2016) – Monmouth University
Starting left tackle as a red-shirt freshman and helped Monmouth get to the NCAA FCS Playoffs.
Tristan Brown (2014) – Ithaca College
All Liberty Conference – Honorable Mention
Tristan rushed for 703 yards and 8 touchdowns in 2017, closing out his career as the #4 rusher in Ithaca College history.
Brian Gill (2015) – Ithaca College
All Liberty Conference – 1st Team, All-ECAC – 2nd Team
Brian had a breakout junior year with 70 tackles, 3 games of 9+ tackles and 3 tackles for loss & 1 sack vs St. Lawrence.
Deon Mash (2014) – Long Island University – Post
Returning from knee surgery, Deon had 31 catches and 6 touchdowns.
Stanley Suponitsky (2012) SUNY MARITIME
The 6’1, 330 pound Defensive Lineman returned to football after receiving his US Coast Guard deck license.
Ethan Gibel (2017) – St Lawrence University
Gibel was a freshman this year who is working his way up the depth chart.
Amani Murphy, Jr. (2016) – Hudson Valley College
Played in 9 games.  Averaged 24 yards per game rushing and scored 1 touchdown.
gales pro day
James Gales (2013) Princeton University (2017)
After spending the season coaching Brooklyn Tech’s Defensive Backs (along with Adam DiBenedetto & Gerald Levy) Gales signed in November to play professional football in Poland.

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