The Loomis Chaffee football program has helped to create several college football players who are competing and making headlines for their schools, as this weekend's action demonstrated.
In a battle of Pelican alumni, Andrew Schreibstein '18 of Williams College and Devin Clyburn '17 of Bates College faced off against one another in a New England Small College Athletic Conference matchup. Schreibstein kicked a 31-yard field goal, had four extra points, and handled the kickoffs and most of the punting for Williams as the Ephs stayed undefeated with a win over Bates. Clyburn saw time for Bates in the defensive backfield.
The Pelicans were also well represented as the University of New Hampshire beat the College of the Holy Cross. Kieran Presley '14 had 87 yards on five catches and a touchdown from his starting position as a wide receiver for UNH, and his teammate, starting tight end Justin Malone-Woods '15, caught a touchdown for the Wildcats.
In other action:
Tiger Bech '16 hauled in a 70-yard pass for a touchdown for Princeton University against Lehigh and ended the day with 79 yards receiving. He handled four punt returns as well.
For Union College, Harrison Parsons '16 had a tackle, and Will Bellamy '17 threw for 215 yards and three touchdowns in a one-point loss to Hobart, where Sam Wheeler '15 plays.
Arman Henry '18 had five tackles for Occidental College against Whittier College as a starting defensive back and wide receiver.
Defensive back Jamal Johnson '16 had two tackles for the University of Toronto against the University of Ottawa.
Sebastian Dovi '15 had five tackles for Brown University in a loss to the University of Rhode Island.
Starting defensive back Andre Brackett '17 had six tackles for Bryant University in a one-point win over Duquesne University.
Blaise Brown '15 had three tackles and a punt return for Georgetown.