Washington and Lee vs Sewanee


Washington and Lee vs Sewanee (Final) GENERALS FOOTBALL Washington and Lee vs Sewanee (Oct 20, 2001 at Sewanee, Tenn.)

Box Score


Box Score (Final) Washington and Lee vs Sewanee (Oct 20, 2001 at Sewanee, Tenn.) Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score ----------------- -- -- -- -- ----- Washington and Lee.. 0 7 7 14 - 28 Record: (4-3) Sewanee............. 7 10 0 7 - 24 Record: (5-3) 1st 04:24 SEWANEE - Dale Williams 15 yd pass from Kirk Holtgrewe (Ben Tuck Kick) 2nd 10:00 SEWANEE - Ben Tuck 33 yd field goal 2nd 8:48 SEWANEE - Nate Murphy 10 yd blocked punt return (Ben Tuck Kick) 2nd 4:35 W&L - Chris Sullivan 2 yd run (Brad Wiginton Kick) 3rd 4:45 W&L - Marc Watson 1 yd run (Brad Wiginton Kick) 4th 14:53 W&L - Chris Sullivan 6 yd run (Brad Wiginton Kick) 4th 11:52 SEWANEE - Kirk Holtgrewe 1 yd run (Ben Tuck Kick) 4th 5:50 W&L - Chris Sullivan 23 yd run (Brad Wiginton Kick) W&L UOS FIRST DOWNS................... 17 16 RUSHES-YARDS (NET)............ 55-245 43-150 PASSING YDS (NET)............. 57 145 Passes Att-Comp-Int........... 18-9-2 28-12-2 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS..... 73-302 71-295 Fumble Returns-Yards.......... 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards............ 1-1 4-53 Kickoff Returns-Yards......... 3-59 4-98 Interception Returns-Yards.... 2-24 2-21 Punts (Number-Avg)............ 5-29.0 5-28.2 Fumbles-Lost.................. 1-1 3-2 Penalties-Yards............... 2-30 5-26 Possession Time............... 31:28 28:32 Sacks By: Number-Yards........ 3-0 0-0 RUSHING: Washington and Lee-Chris Sullivan 39-135; Marc Watson 14-120; Team 2-minus 10. Sewanee-Kirk Holtgrewe 20-91; Neko Jones 1-22; Cayleb Harris 9-16; Nathan Shack 5-12; Justin Askew 8-9. PASSING: Washington and Lee-Peter Dean 9-18-2-57. Sewanee-Kirk Holtgrewe 12-28-2-145. RECEIVING: Washington and Lee-Chris Sullivan 3-12; Jay Thomas 2-19; Taylor Callaham 1-19; Dyllan Rankin 1-4; Marc Watson 1-2; Kyle Overstreet 1-2. Sewanee-Dale Williams 6-100; David Witt 2-19; Justin Askew 2-17; Nathan Shack 1-8; Mack Benton 1-1. INTERCEPTIONS: Washington and Lee-Ted Maffitt 1-5; Lee Walker 1-19. Sewanee-Wes Bradley 2-21. Stadium: McGee Field Attendance: 3675 Kickoff time: 1:30 pm End of Game: 4:52 pm Total elapsed time: 3:22 Officials: Temperature: Wind: Weather:
Washington and Lee vs Sewanee (Oct 20, 2001 at Sewanee, Tenn.) SACKS (UA-A): Washington and Lee-Jeff Bahl 1-1; Brian Becker 0-1; Matt Larsen 1-0. Sewanee-None. TACKLES (UA-A): Washington and Lee-Matt Stavish 9-4; Ted Maffitt 7-3; Matt Larsen 6-2; Jeff Powell 2-6; Ben Krasnoff 5-2; Brian Becker 2-5; Lee Walker 2-5; Jeff Bahl 3-3; Chris Shortall 4-1; Tim Wells 1-4; Brett Burns 1-2; Jess Lipsey 0-3; Chris Caramore 2-0; Brian Meehan 1-1; Bill Thorsness 0-1; Lloyd Wilson 0-1. Sewanee-C. McCauley 10-2; Luqman Salam 9-1; Tyrell Elston 6-1; Alex Cain 4-3; Esau McCaulley 2-4; Chase Neal 3-2; Trumaine Polk 3-1; Deon Carter 2-1; Nate Murphy 2-1; John Burns 1-2; Towaski Hunt 2-0; Wes Bradley 1-0; Clay Perry 1-0; R. Whittington 1-0; Ryan Pickett 1-0; Wade Austin 1-0; Matt Boyd 1-0. Player participation: Washington and Lee: 2-Brian Meehan, 7-Peter Dean, 11-Allen DeBard, 12-Jay Thomas, 15-Marc Watson, 17-Jon Brimer, 18-Whit Whitfield, 19-Brad Wiginton, 24-Chris Sullivan, 29-Matt Larsen, 31-Jeff Bahl, 33-Lee Walker, 34-Chris Shortall, 35-Jude Rolfes, 38-Chris Caramore, 41-Kyle Overstreet, 44-Ted Maffitt, 45-Danny Jones, 47-Geoff Rogow, 48-Jeff Powell, 51-Jess Lipsey, 53-Glenn Saunders, 55-Matt Stavish, 56-Ben Krasnoff, 62-Tim Wells, 65-A. Braswell, 72-Joe Vitta, 73-Mat Rapoza, 74-Rick Gazica, 75-Scott Kucinski, 77-Mark Muchmore, 80-Taylor Callaham, 82-Will Wilson, 84-Dyllan Rankin, 88-Lloyd Wilson, 91-Andrew Bahl, 94-Brian Becker, 96-Brett Burns, 99-Bill Thorsness. Sewanee: 1-Esau McCaulley, 3-John Kelly, 5-Nate Murphy, 6-C. McCauley, 8-Clay Perry, 9-Trumaine Polk, 10-Dale Williams, 11-Kirk Holtgrewe, 12-Wes Bradley, 14-Neko Jones, 19-Deon Carter, 21-David Witt, 22-Justin Askew, 23-Luqman Salam, 25-Cayleb Harris, 27-Ben Tuck, 34-Nathan Shack, 36-Towaski Hunt, 40-Matt Boyd, 41-Mack Benton, 44-Wade Austin, 45-John Burns, 67-Alex Cain, 78-Ryan Pickett, 94-Chase Neal, 97-Tyrell Elston, 99-R. Whittington.