November 13, 2012

Four earn All-CC football honors

LANCASTER, Pa. – Four members of the McDaniel football team have been named to the All-Centennial Conference (CC) team, released on Tuesday.

Joe Rollins (Temple Hills, Md./Surrattsville) was named to the first team while Mike Cousar (Easton, Pa./Easton Area) earned second-team honors. Tyler Lloyd (Broad Run, Va./Fauquier) and Brett Haas (Laurel, Md./Atholton) were tabbed honorable mention.

Rollins, a junior running back, earned his second straight first-team honor after leading the team with 1,243 yards. His 138.1 yard-per-game average over nine games played paced the conference while his total yards was second in the CC. He found the end zone eight times on the ground and had six 100-yard rushing games in eight full games played and added three 200-yard games. Rollins also caught 10 passes out of the backfield for 63 yards and returned 16 kickoffs for 379 yards. He also had 32 punt-return yards to finish the season with a CC-best 1,717 all-purpose yards.

Cousar, a junior outside linebacker, is making his second straight second-team appearance after leading the team with 98 tackles. Starting eight games, he had double-digit tackles in five games and seven or more stops in eight of the 10 games. Cousar added a team-high 2.5 sacks, team-best three forced fumbles and had a pass breakups.

Lloyd, a senior offensive lineman, made his first All-CC appearance after anchoring a line that has the CC's fourth-ranked rush offense, averaging 171.1 yards per game. The team ran for 200 or more yards four times during the season.

Haas, a freshman punter, ranked ninth in the conference with a 35.4 yard-per-punt average – the best average by a rookie punter in program history. He established a career long, unfurling a 56-yard punt in the opener at Catholic on Aug. 31. He total 1,733 yards on his 49 boots, 12 of which landed inside the 20. He also forced seven fair catches and had just four touchbacks. Haas was the only freshman to make the All-CC team.

The Green Terror finished the season with a record of 0-10 (0-9 CC).

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