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Whiting Adds McLaughry Award to Growing List of Accolades
March 22 - The Western Massachusetts Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame has named Amherst senior quad-captain defensive back Paul Whiting this year’s winner of the DeOrmand “Tuss” McLaughry Award as the outstanding scholar-athlete in Western Massachusetts. Whiting will be honored at the Chapter’s 42nd Annual Scholar Athlete Awards Dinner on Tuesday, April 13, at nearby UMass Amherst. Tickets are available through the American International College athletic department at (413) 205-3540. Full Story

Whiting Named First-Team ECAC Division III Northeast Football All-Star
December 22 - Amherst senior quad-captain defensive back Paul Whiting was named a First-Team Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Division III Northeast Football All-Star, as announced by ECAC Commissioner Phil Buttafuoco. Whiting adds this latest award to a growing list of postseason accolades, including First-Team Academic All-America, First-Team Academic All-District, Academic All-NESCAC, First-Team All-NESCAC and Second-Team Division III All-East Region honors. Full Story

Whiting, Ladd, Morrow, Wagstaff Named Division III All-East Region by Don Hansen's Weekly Football Gazette
December 9 - Amherst placed four players - senior defensive back Paul Whiting, junior running back Fletcher Ladd, senior offensive lineman Shane Morrow and junior return specialist Jay Wagstaff - on the 2003 NCAA Division III All-East Region Team, as selected by Don Hansen’s National Weekly Football Gazette. Whiting was a second-team pick, while Ladd, Morrow and Wagstaff each received third-team honors. Amherst’s four selections were the most of any team in the NESCAC, followed by Trinity College and Tufts University with three each. Full Story

Whiting, Ladd Earn Academic All-America Honors
December 2 - Amherst placed two players - senior quad-captain defensive back Paul Whiting and junior quad-captain tailback Fletcher Ladd - on the 2003 College Division Academic All-America Football Team, as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) on Tuesday. Whiting, a first-team selection, and Ladd, a second-team pick, were the only players from the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) to earn Academic All-America honors. Full Story

Whiting Named CSTV National Student-Athlete of the Week
November 24 - Three-sport standout Paul Whiting was named the College Sports Television (CSTV) National Student-Athlete of the Week on Monday. Whiting - a First-Team All-NESCAC selection in football, a second-team honoree in baseball and a school record holder in the 4x200-meter relay - is the first non-Division I winner in the history of the CSTV Student-Athlete of the Week program. Full Story

Jeffs Place Six on All-NESCAC Team
November 18 - Amherst placed six players on the 2003 All-New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) Football Team, which was announced by the conference office on Tuesday. Junior tailback Fletcher Ladd, junior wideout Jay Wagstaff, senior left guard Shane Morrow, senior linebacker Dan McNamara and senior cornerback Paul Whiting were each first-team selections, while senior defensive tackle Mike Harrison was the Jeffs’ lone second-team pick. Full Story

Segment on Amherst-Williams Football Rivalry to Air Saturday at 9:30 a.m. (ET) on Spike TV
November 13 - Spike TV, a national cable network billed as “America’s network for men,” will air a four-minute segment on the Amherst-Williams football rivalry on its weekly show, Football 101, this Saturday (Nov. 15) at 9:30 a.m. The Football 101 crew visited both Amherst and Williams over the weekend, interviewing players, coaches and alumni during the events surrounding the 118th meeting of the “Biggest Little Game in America.” The Football Network (TFN), which produces Football 101, plans on airing a more extensive feature on the rivalry in the near future.

Whiting, Ladd Named CoSIDA Academic All-District, Finalists for Academic All-America
November 13 - Amherst placed two players - senior quad-captain defensive back Paul Whiting and junior quad-captain tailback Fletcher Ladd - on the 2003 College Division Academic All-District Football Team, as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) on Thursday. As first-team selections, Whiting and Ladd are automatically placed on the national ballot for Academic All-America consideration. Full Story

Jeffs End Season with 14-10 Loss at Williams
November 8 - The Amherst football team rebounded from a 14-0 first-quarter deficit with 10 points in the second quarter but fell just short in a season-ending 14-10 loss at Little Three rival Williams College in the 118th meeting of the “Biggest Little Game in America” on Saturday. Both teams put up zeros in the second half, and Amherst had a chance to win the game in the waning seconds, but a 50-yard Hail Mary pass fell incomplete, sealing the victory for the Ephs. Full Story

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