Sports update, football vs. Bowdoin, 10/23/99

Saturday, October 23, 1999


Hartford, CT - Senior linebacker Jeff Iudice (Melrose, MA) notched 18
tackles, one forced fumble, one interception, and 2.5 sacks to lead the
Trinity College Bantams to a 26-0 win over the visiting Bowdoin College
Polar Bears in New England Small College Athletic Conference football action
this afternoon.
	Trinity, who improves their season record to 4-1 with its third
straight win, forced six turnovers in the triumph.  Bowdoin falls to 1-4.
	 The Trinity defense held the Polar Bears to 217 yards, most of
which came after the game was well out of reach, and had five interceptions,
one fumble recovery, and five sacks.  Senior safety Sean Joyce (Quincy, MA)
intercepted a pass with 7:09 remaining in the first quarter and returned it
24 yards for a touchdown to give Trinity a 7-0 lead.  Sophomore Steve Cella
(Peabody, MA) had six tackles and his seventh interception of the season,
while senior linebacker Dale Phelps (Pittsfield, MA) added eight tackles,
two tackles for losses, and one interception. 
	Offensively, Trinity struggled as well, but the Bantams were able to
capitalize on excellent field position with three scores.  Senior
quarterback Gregg Wysocki (New Britain, CT) hit freshman wide receiver Kevin
Waters (Garden City, NY) with a five-yard touchdown pass with 9:20 left in
the second quarter, and freshman tailback Brian Fabrizio (Norwell, MA)
scored on an 18-yard run with 1:09 remaining in the half to give Trinity a
19-0 lead at the intermission.
	Fabrizio finished the day with 22 carries for 95 yards and two
touchdowns, and sophomore tailback Julian Gratry (Chagrin Falls, OH) gained
71 yards on eight carries.  Trinity gained 234 yards on the ground on 45
carries for a 5.4 per-carry average.
	Senior tailback Chris Houston (Winslow, ME) gained 51 yards on 15
carries and junior tight end Rich Bolduc (Auburn, NH) caught four passes for
61 yards. 
	Junior linebacker Nick Krol (Acton, MA) led the Bowdoin defense with
eight tackles and junior defensive back Mike O'Brien (Canton, MA) picked off
two Trinity passes.
	Both quarterbacks struggled in the game.  Wysocki completed seven of
26 passes for 66 yards and two interceptions, and the Bantams did not
complete a pass in the second half.  Junior Kyle Quinn (Canton, MA) and
sophomore Travis Cummings (Millinocket, ME) combined to complete 10 of 36
passes for 125 yards and five interceptions.
Bowdoin (1-4)		0	0	0	0	--	0
Trinity College (4-1)		7	12	7	0	--	0

1.	7:09	TC- Sean Joyce 24 interception return (Skip Sullivan kick)
2.	9:20	TC- Kevin Waters five pass from Gregg Wysocki (kick failed)
2.	1:49	TC- Brian Fabrizio 18 run (pass failed)
3.	3:15	TC- Fabrizio two run (Sullivan kick)

First Downs					12
Rushes-yards				45-92
Passing yards				125				66

Return yards					140
Punts-yards					8-242
Fumbles-lost					3-1
Penalties-yards				6-50				8-50

B- Chris Houston 15-51, Travis Cummings 10-28, Tim Lawson 9-27, Tony Small
3-5, Vinny Villano 1-2, Mike Taylor 1-0, Kyle Quinn 6-(-21).
TC- Brian Fabrizio 22-95, Julian Gratry 8-71, Gregg Wysocki 5-33, David
Mogan 6-26, Matt Gjerulff 4-9.
B- Kyle Quinn 8-28-5-109, Travis Cummings 2-8-0-8.
TC- Gregg Wysocki 7-26-2-66, Justin Clarke 0-1-0-0.

B- Rich Bolduc 4-61, Peter Hahn 2-35, Jamie Suzor 2-19, Jason Rawlins 1-8,
Vinny Villano 1-2.
TC- Kevin Waters 2-27, Mike Ladd 2-16, Mike Healey 1-14, Brian Fabrizio 2-9.


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