Nine Football Tigers Named All-State
LEXINGTON, VA-After a 9-1 regular season and a berth in the NCAA Playoffs, Hampden-Sydney led all schools with nine players named to the Virginia Sports Information Directors (VaSID) All-State Teams. Six players were named to the First Team while three players received Second Team nods.
Junior quarterback Travis Lane (Richmond, VA/Mills Godwin), senior tight end Andrew Bruckner (Chesterfield, VA/L.C. Bird), junior offensive lineman Ben Rogers (Mechanicsville, VA/Hanover), senior defensive end Will Riggenbach (Midlothian, VA/Clover Hill), senior linebacker Trevor Ikwild (Philomont, VA/Loudoun Valley) and senior free safety Bill Doody (Fort Lauderdale, FL/Cardinal Gibbons) were all named to the First Team.
Junior receiver Kyle Vance (Onley, VA/Broadwater), senior defensive end Ty Condrey (Chesterfield, VA/Manchester) and junior place kicker David Prizzia (Jacksonville, FL/Episcopal) were named to the Second Team.
Lane, a First Team All-ODAC selection, passed for 3,338 yards, 28 touchdowns and 18 interceptions on 272-of-420 accuracy (64.8%) in 11 games. Lane's 3,338 passing yards is the fourth highest single season total in school history. This season, he also scored three rushing touchdowns on 131 net rushing yards. The junior led the ODAC in passing yards (the second-highest passer was over 1,000 yards below Lane), touchdowns (28), completions (272), yards-per-game (303.5 ypg), and total offense (315.4 ypg).
Bruckner, an Honorable Mention All-ODAC selection, became the Tigers third best receiver with 47 receptions for 489 yards and seven touchdowns despite missing the first two games due to injury.
Rogers, a three-time First Team All-ODAC and 2009 VaSID All-State performer, has been a staple on the offensive line starting in all 32 games of his career. This season, he helped the Tigers average 413.1 yards-per-game while being one of the most feared offenses in the league.
Riggenbach, the 2009 ODAC Defensive Player of the Year, 2010 First Team All-ODAC, Second Team All-Region and Third Team All-American selection, had yet another solid season and was second in the ODAC in sacks, tallying 8.0 on seven solo and two assisted. His 12.5 tackles-for-loss were third in the league. he tallied 43 total tackles - 12.5 of which were for a loss of 54 yards. Of his 39 tackles, 22 were solo stops while 21 were assisted. In addition, he had one interception for a touchdown.
Ikwild, the 2010 ODAC Defensive Player of the Year, was also a First Team All-ODAC, All-Region, and Second Team All-American selection. He posted an ODAC-best 133 tackles, 42 more stops than the next highest mark in the conference. His 12.1 tackles-per-game average currently ranks 12th in the nation. Ikwild also collected 10.0 tackles-for-loss (sixth in the ODAC), and proved adept in pass coverage with 10 passes defended (seventh) including three interceptions (10th). Ikwild registered double-figures in tackles in eight of 11 games played, including a season-high 19 stops (12 solo) in the Tigers' playoff game against Montclair State. The 19 stops were the most of any player in the 16 first round playoff games. Over his four years, the senior tallied 300 tackles.
Doody, the first back-to-back First Team All-American in program history, has also been named First Team All-ODAC, and First Team All-Region. He led the ODAC in passes defended with 20. Of those 20, 15 were break ups while he had five interceptions (2nd in the ODAC). His 74 return yards on the five picks were a league high. He was also fourth on the team in tackles with 60 (41 solo, 19 assisted).
Vance, a First Team All-ODAC pick, became just the third player in Hampden-Sydney history. His 1,135 receiving yards are the fourth best in school history. He ranked third in the conference in yards and fourth in receiving yards-per-game with 103.2. He hauled in 81 receptions (7.4 per-game) and led the team with seven touchdowns.
Condrey, another First Team All-ODAC selection, had a breakout senior season leading the ODAC in tackles-for-loss with 14.0 on nine solo and ten assisted. He was also fourth in the league with five sacks. On the year he tallied 43 tackles on 22 solo and 21 assisted tackles. Condrey added one forced fumble and two fumble recoveries.
Prizzia, a First Team All-ODAC, All-Region and Third Team All-American selection, was solid all season as the Tigers' place kicker. He finished second on the team and in scoring with 67 points - which was also good for third in the ODAC in scoring for kickers. The junior connected on 8-of-11 field goal attempts, including a career-high 45 yarder. More impressively, he was the only kicker in the ODAC to connect on every single PAT going 43-for-43.
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