Eight senior football players added one more academic accolade to their respective careers, earning recognition by the National Football Foundation (NFF) Hampshire Honor Society. Defensive linemen Andrew Ackerman and James Tilson join offensive linemen Harris Huguenard, Daniel Lungo, and Ling Zhou as recipients of the award, while a pair of linebackers, Andrew Donnelly and John Wiet along with defensive back Andrew Singley round out the eight winners.
Ryan Moores, an All-NESCAC performer as well as a D3Football.com first-team All-American will travel to Atlanta later this week for a three-day rookie mini-camp try-out with the Atlanta Falcons of the National Football League.
The Middlebury College football staff will host a pair of one-day football camps in July. The first will be Sunday, July 21 and the second on Friday, July 26. More information, including required forms, can be found on theCAMP BROCHURE. To access the online sign-up form, CLICK HERE.
Prior to these camp dates, the Panther coaching staff is holding a one-day Open House on Sunday, June 30th. For more information, contact coach Shem Bloom at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Post-season awards continue for the football team as a pair of Panthers were honored as All-Americans by D3Football.com. Senior offensive tackle Ryan Moores earned first team accolades, while senior tight end Billy Chapman earned the honor after being an honorable mention choice a year ago.
Middlebury College quarterback McCallum Foote (Newton, Mass.) has earned a share of the Joe Zabilski Award which recognizes New England’s top players in Divisions II and III. The award is given by the Gridiron Club of Boston with Foote sharing the offensive honors with Framingham State running back Melikke Van Alstyne.