Holy Cross Football Gameday Central
During halftime of the Oct. 3 football game against Albany, Holy Cross inducted two members into the Crusader Football Legends Ring of Honor. Harry Flaherty (Class of 1984) and Tom Hennessey (Class of 1963) are the individuals who were selected for this year's class. Flaherty and Hennessey will forever be honored at Fitton Field with signs that will be showcased along the top of the grandstand.
The Holy Cross football team will play its third straight home game this Saturday, Oct. 10, when it plays host to Brown at Fitton Field. The game between the Crusaders and the Bears can be seen live in Central Massachusetts on Charter TV3, and on the internet through Crusader Vision and the Patriot League Network. In addition the contest will air live on WEEI 1440 AM in Worcester.
Sophomore linebacker Nick McBeath has been named the GoHolyCross.com Crusader of the Week, for competition from Sept. 28-Oct. 4. McBeath helped lead the Holy Cross football team to a 37-0 victory over Albany on Saturday.
The Holy Cross defense allowed just 10 first downs and 203 yards of total offense, as the Crusaders posted a 37-0 victory over Albany at Fitton Field. Holy Cross improves to 2-2 overall with the win, while the Great Danes fall to 2-3 on the season.
Off The Field With Richard Barber
WORCESTER, Mass. – At halftime of Saturday's football game against Albany, two former Holy Cross football standouts will be enshrined as the sixth class in the Crusader Football Legends Ring of Honor. Harry Flaherty (Class of 1984) and Tom Hennessey (Class of 1963) will be honored and receive permanent recognition at Fitton Field. Tickets for Saturday's events can be purchased online at GoHolyCross.com/tickets, or over the phone by calling 1-844-GOCROSS.
Off The Field With Connor Fitzgerald
Senior Matt Bhaya has always been a leader. He is a two-year captain for the Crusaders, continually working on his leadership skills on and off the field. Bhaya's past also suggests that strong leadership skills are in his blood.
The Holy Cross football team will remain at home this Saturday, Oct. 3, when it plays host to Albany at Fitton Field. The game between the Crusaders and the Great Danes will be shown live on the internet by Campus Insiders, and can also be heard on WEEI 1440 AM in Worcester.
Colgate tailback James Holland rushed 24 times for 141 yards, as the Raiders posted a 31-14 victory over the Holy Cross football team at Fitton Field on Homecoming weekend. Following the contest, Holland received the Johnny Turco Memorial Trophy as the Most Valuable Player of the Crusaders' Homecoming game.
Off The Field With J.T. Frank