Though women's volleyball's Taylor Docter is our Athlete of the Week, a few other Crimson athletes turned in performances over the weekend that deserve some recognition. This week, we have three runners-up for Athlete of the Week.
Kyle Juszczyk, Football
Although the Harvard loss to Princeton marked the end of the Crimson's winning streak, Juszczyk had a career game on Saturday. The senior tight end had fourteen receptions for 192 yards. Juszcyzk also registered three touchdowns for Harvard, a single-game career high. He particularly excelled in the first half, when he made two of his touchdowns and received 10 passes for 147 yards. His final touchdown of the game came in the 15th minute of the second half when he received an 8-yard pass from Chapple, putting the Crimson at a 27-10 lead.
Colton Chapple, Football
Despite a loss to Princeton, 39-34, Chapple helped the Crimson maintain a lead for the majority of the game on Saturday. The senior quarterback threw for 448 yards, a record for single-game play, edging out the Tigers’ passing yards by 161 yards. Chapple also tied his record high of five touchdowns in a single-game and ran for 82 yards. Chapple’s play allowed the Crimson to hold off Princeton until the last thirteen seconds. Chapple now has accumulated 1819 passing yards and 18 touchdowns. This is Chapple’s fourth straight appearance on the AOTW runners-up list.
Colin Woolway, Men's Water Polo
Freshman Colin Woolway had a career game against Mercyhurst on Saturday afternoon, just two hours after a loss to St. Francis, 14-9. Although the Crimson fell to Mercyhurst, 11-10, Woolway registered 19 saves. The freshman goalie, who splits time with junior Jimmy Field, has now accumulated 119 saves. He has also has chipped in four assists and four steals for the Crimson this season.