Holy Cross head football coach Tom Gilmore has announced the 2016 incoming class for the Crusaders. Eighteen student-athletes will join the program in the fall of 2016. "We are very excited about the incoming class we have signed," said Gilmore.
The Crusader Coaches Show presented by JMB Financial Advisors will have its ninth broadcast of the season on Thursday night, Feb. 4, from 7:00-8:00 p.m. live from the Compass Tavern, located at 90 Harding Street in Worcester.
Former Holy Cross football defensive coordinator Richard Rodgers will be on the sidelines at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., this Sunday, Feb. 7, during Super Bowl 50. Rodgers is currently the assistant defensive backs coach for the Carolina Panthers, who enter the Super Bowl as champions of the NFC.
Thirty-seven members of the Holy Cross football team have been selected to the 2015 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll, as announced by the conference office, Leading the Crusaders were senior defensive back Matt Bhaya, senior defensive back Coan Calabrese and senior offensive lineman Clint Jackman, who were all named to the Academic Honor Roll for the fourth time during their collegiate careers.
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Senior strong safety Matt Bhaya and junior wide receiver Jake Wieczorek, members of the Holy Cross football team, have been selected to the 2015 Football Championship Subdivision Athletic Directors Association Academic All-Star team. A total of 52 student-athletes from schools around the nation were selected to the team.
Holy Cross junior wide receiver Brendan Flaherty (Beverly, Mass.) and junior quarterback Peter Pujals (Glenview, Ill.) have been selected to the 2015 All-Eastern College Athletic Conference football team. Flaherty was named to the first team, while Pujals was a second team selection.
Holy Cross senior strong safety Matt Bhaya has been honored by the Brooks-Irvine Memorial Football Club of South Jersey as its Football Championship Subdivision Player of the Year. The award was presented at the club's banquet on Dec. 14 in Cherry Hill, N.J.
Holy Cross junior wide receiver Brendan Flaherty has been selected to the 2015 Stats All-America team for the Football Championship Subdivision. Flaherty, who was named to the second team, becomes the first Crusader to earn All-America honors since 2009.
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Holy Cross junior Brendan Flaherty and senior Kalif Raymond have been selected to the 2015 Division I All-New England football team, as announced by the New England Football Writers Association. Flaherty made the team at wide receiver, while Raymond was honored as a return specialist.