GAMEDAY CENTRAL: Football Hosts #16/25 Assumption for Senior Day

Stonehill Skyhawks
(3-5, 3-4 NE-10)


#16/25 Assumption Greyhounds
(7-1, 6-1 NE-10)

Saturday, October 29, 2016

Timothy J. Coughlin '80 Memorial Field
at W.B. Mason Stadium

Easton, Mass.
1:00 p.m.

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BROCKTON ENTERPRISE: "Stonehill hosts 16th ranked Assumption Saturday"

Tickets (Available at ticket booth at 11:30 AM):
$10.00 Adults
$5.00 (students & senior citizens)
12 and under are free
Stonehill students are admitted free with their HillCard

The Game: Stonehill College hosts Assumption College, ranked No. 16 in this week’s American Football Coaches’ Association (AFCA) Division II poll and 25th in the Top 25 poll for a Northeast-10 Conference matchup on Senior Day at Timothy J. Coughlin (COG-lin) ‘80 Memorial Field at W.B. Mason Stadium this afternoon. The Skyhawks look to get back on track after a tough loss at rival Bentley on Saturday, while the Greyhounds look to move towards clinching at spot in the NE-10 Championship in two weeks.

Media Info: Live video of tonight’s game is available via Charlie Bergeron, the voice of the Skyhawks, returns for his 19th season of broadcasting the action powered by Pack Network. Links to the webcast, as well as live stats will also be available via

He’s Honored: Senior defensive end Andrew Kibarian (Lynnfield, Massachusetts) earned a spot on the Northeast-10 Conference’s weekly honor roll on Monday. He led a Stonehill defense which allowed just one scoring drive longer than 33 yards in Saturday’s loss at Bentley with a career-high ten tackles (six solo), including a career-best 4.0 for a loss of 13 yards, a sack and a forced fumble. The Skyhawks limited the Falcons to just 176 total yards and ten first downs for the afternoon.

Saluting Our Seniors: Prior to this afternoon’s game, Stonehill will take a moment to honor its 21 seniors playing in their final regular season home game this afternoon. This group have been a part of the Skyhawks first NE-10 Championship when they claimed a share of the regular season title in 2013, entering today’s game with a 23-18 record overall in their careers, including 20-14 in Northeast-10 play.  

Gift of Grab: Freshman wide receiver Andrew Jamiel (West Yarmouth, Mass.) now owns at least a share of three of the top five single-game receiving totals in program history after breaking the single-game mark for the second time this season with his W.B. Mason Stadium record 18 receptions for a season-high 169 yards against New Haven in week seven. He broke his previous mark of 16 catches at Southern Connecticut State in week two. Jamiel has posted double-figure reception totals in five of eight games this season, adding 12 at American International in week six, which is tied for fifth in Stonehill history.

You Complete Me: Junior Matt Foltz (Mount Joy, Pa.) leads the Northeast-10 with his 184 completions this season, including a program-record 37 passes (on just 45 attempts in Stonehill’s week seven 21-17 win over New Haven. Foltz broke the previous single-game mark of 34 completions by Logan Meyer ‘14 against Southern Connecticut State in 2012. It was the second time in his career Foltz has recorded 30-plus completions and he ranks second in program history with his 418 career completions, trailing only Meyer’s program record 545 completions. Foltz also ranks second in the NE-10 for completion percentage at 63-percent and is on pace to set a program record with his 60.1-percent career completion percentage.

Ryan Saving Defense: Senior linebacker Ryan Doherty (Methuen, Mass.) is one of just 18 players in Stonehill history with 200-plus career tackles, entering today’s game five tackles shy of cracking the program’s career top ten list with 246. He has posted eight career double-figure tackle performances, including 11 stops (six solo) against New Haven on Saturday. He leads the team lead with his 61 tackles this season (34 solo) - good for tenth in the NE-10.

Getting Good Reception: Freshman Andrew Jamiel (West Yarmouth, Mass.) has posted double-digit reception totals in five of eight weeks this season, after his program-record 18 against New Haven. He leads Division II for receptions per game with 9.4. Jamiel’s 75 receptions this season are just 16 shy of the program’s single-season record of 91 by Nate Robitaille ‘15 in 2013 and only 18 behind the NCAA Division II record for freshman (93) set by Jarett Vito from Emporia State University in 1995. The NCAA Division II single-season receptions record is 146 by Freddie Martino of North Greenville in 2013.

Leaders of the Pack: The 2016-17 academic year marks the eighth-straight year, Stonehill College is partnering with Pack Network to provide live “Packcasts” of Skyhawks athletics. However, it marks the first time the webcasts are available free of charge. Stonehill will webcast all home games for football, field hockey, volleyball, men’s and women’s basketball and women’s lacrosse this season, as well as one men’s and one women’s soccer match this fall. Games can also be viewed on your iPad or iPhone.

Getting Social: Fans and media members of Stonehill athletics now have three social media outlets to get updates on all 20 varsity programs. The department’s Facebook page is, and you can also follow @SkyhawkTalk on Twitter and “StonehillSkyhawks” on Instagram. Stonehill football also has its own Facebook and Twitter accounts: @SCskyhawksFB.

On Deck: Stonehill closes out the regular season next Saturday with a Northeast-10 matchup at Pace University at noon.