Twelve members of the Princeton sprint football team earned
All-CSFL accolades for their performances throughout the 2012 season. The
Tigers earned recognition at nearly every position on the first, second and
honorable mention teams.
Princeton boasted three first team selections in running
back Sean Conrad, defensive back Ross Cadman and John Wolfe earned special
teams honors. Conrad led the Tigers on the ground, rushing for 488 and scoring
a pair of touchdowns. He also caught one touchdown in the air bringing his
season total to three, tying for a team-best.
Two-way player Cadman was a key contributor on both ends of
the field. On defense, he had three interceptions, while tallying a team-best
55 tackles. A dual honoree, Cadman also earned second team accolades at wide
receiver. He led the Tigers with 320 receiving yards, averaging 45.7 per game,
and three touchdowns.
Like Cadman, Wolfe played multiple positions on the field.
Over 19 receptions, he gained 215 yard and scored a pair of touchdowns, while
on the defensive end he had 17.5 tackles, 7.5 sacks and was there to help force
three fumbles. Wolfe was also named to the honorable mention team at tight end.
Ben Foulon earned recognition for his work on the offensive
line, taking home second team accolades. He saw action in all seven games and
helped protect Princeton's tandem of quarterbacks. Joining Foulon on the second
team was wide receiver Nicolas Lulli, who had three touchdowns and averaged
17.2 yards per carry over six games played.
On the defensive end, Christopher McCord was named a second
team selection at defensive back. The sophomore played in all seven games and
had 13 tackles and three interceptions.
Offensive linemen Brett Leibowitz and Laurence Diao both
picked up honorable mention honors. Both linemen were mainstays in the Tiger
offense, proving to be versatile players seeing action on the defensive line as
Zack Sobel was also tabbed to the honorable mention team for
his work on the Tiger defensive line. In seven games, he had 25 tackles ranking
him fourth on the team in takedowns.
Rounding out Princeton's honorees was Andrew Biershenk, a
dual honorable mention honoree at punter and kicker. In his first year with the
Tigers, he was a perfect 2-for-2 in field goals, including a long of 33 yards.
Punting he averaged 48.2 yards per kick.