Delaney Named As Northeast-10 Football Defensive Player Of Week After Career-Best Performance Against Bryant

October 10, 2005

Northeast-10 Football Report for Games through October 9, 2005

Oct 10, 2005

Northeast-10 Defensive Player of the Week

Vincent Delaney, Stonehill (Jr., FS, Baltimore, MD) - Registered a career-high 20 total tackles, including 11 solo stops, and recorded a pair of interceptions for 36 yards in the setback at Bryant. Notched the fourth highest single-game tackles total in school history.

Northeast-10 Weekly Honor Roll:

Chris Regan, Stonehill (So., SS, Hanson, MA) - Recorded 10 total tackles (eight solo) and registered an interception that set up a touchdown in the setback at Bryant.

Northeast-10 Weekly Notes:

Stonehill: Freshman QB Cruz Parsons (Signal Hill, Calif.) became the fifth player in Skyhawk history to earn The Boston Globe's Division II/III Gold Helmet Award as selected by the New England Sports Writers last Wednesday for his efforts in Stonehill's 41-7 victory over Saint Anselm on October 1st. Parsons, who threw for 275 yards and a school-record tying six touchdowns in that triumph, joins Tony DelloIacono (1994), Mike McLucas (1994), Dan Field (1995) and Tyrone Jefferson (2000) as Skyhawk recipients of the Gold Helmet Award. Parsons has thrown for nine touchdowns in his first three collegiate games as a starter, including two more in Saturday's setback at Bryant. Senior WR Mike Plichta (Milford, Mass.) hauled in both scoring passes against the Bulldogs and has seven touchdown receptions in his last two games alone (10 for the season). Junior FS Vincent Delaney's (Baltimore, Md.) 20-tackle total against Bryant was three shy of the Stonehill single-game record of 23 set by Kevin Broderick in 1991. Delaney's mark was the highest single-game tackles total since Steve Sheeler made 21 tackles against Merrimack in 2003.