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.
Holy Cross senior strong safety Matt Bhaya, senior cornerback Coan Calabrese, junior free safety Luke Ford and junior wide receiver Jake Wieczorek have been selected to the 2015 Academic All-Patriot League team for football, as announced by the conference office. The Crusaders' four selections to the team were the most in the conference, with no other school having more than two players selected.
Crusaders Wrap Up 2015 Season
Holy Cross football earned eight spots on the 2015 All-Patriot League teams, as announced by the conference office. Senior Kalif Raymond received first team honors as both a wide receiver and a return specialist, and was joined on the first team by senior defensive lineman Dewayne Cameron, junior wide receiver Brendan Flaherty and junior quarterback Peter Pujals.
The seniors on the 2015 Holy Cross football team have dedicated countless hours to practice, film, lift and meetings during their four years at Holy Cross. Throughout the years, the players matured on and off the field as they faced the challenges of being a Division I student-athlete. After coming to school in the summer of 2012, the seniors had to learn how to dedicate themselves for the love of the sport and grew closer on and off the field.
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Junior wide receiver Brendan Flaherty caught 10 passes for 119 yards and a touchdown, as the Holy Cross football team defeated Georgetown 45-7 at Fitton Field. Flaherty broke the Patriot League single-season record for receptions with 4:24 remaining in the third quarter, and finishes the year with 106 total catches.
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