11.21.13 FOOTBALL: "Jamaris Brown First-Team All-GLIAC"
(BAY CITY, Mich.) Junior defensive back Jamaris Brown (5-9, 167, Fort Myers, FL/Lehigh) became the first Walsh University Football Player to receive first-team All-Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference accolades when he was selected to the first team defense yesterday. Brown received honorable mention status last year. He was the only Cavalier to be selected to the first or second teams.
Cory Farcas (OLB, 6-2, 214, Sr., Hubbard, OH/HS), Cameron Trudell (LB, 5-10, 234, Jr., Columbus, OH/Walnut Ridge), Aaron Male (RB, 5-11, 192, R-FR, Akron, OH/Ellet), Zach Conlan (OL, 6-0, 295, Jr., Youngstown, OH/Ursuline/Youngstown State), Kevin Pask (OL, 6-3, 283, So., Cuyahoga Falls, OH/HS), and Andrew Roy (DE, 6-4, 247, Sr., Tallmadge, OH/HS) all received honorable mention. Roy also received honorable mention recognition last year.
Brown started all 11 games for the Cavs at cornerback. He was tied for the GLIAC lead with five interceptions, 12 pass break-ups, and was second with four forced fumbles. Brown was fourth on the team with 71 tackles.
Farcas was second on the team with 83 tackles and third with eight tackles for a loss.
Trudell led the Cavs with 94 tackles, and finished sixth in the GLIAC with 8.4 tackles per game. He recorded 8.5 tackles for a loss. His 64 solo tackles were also tops on the team.
Male led the Cavs in rushing (498 yds.), yards per carry (4.4), yards per game (45.3) and rushing touchdowns (8). He was ninth in the GLIAC in rushing touchdowns.
Conlan played center for the Cavs and started every game, and was the only offensive lineman to do so.
Pask battled injuries and moved between guard and tackle and played in nine games.
Roy led the Cavs in tackles for a loss (9) and sacks (4). He missed one game due to a concussion. Roy finished his Walsh career with 28.5 tackles for a loss.
Walsh finished the 2013 season 3-8 overall and 3-6 in the GLIAC South.
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