Calley & Fruwirth Participate in 4th Annual National Bowl at Florida International in Miami

(L-R): Lou Licciardi, Saint Anselm; Kevin Fruwirth, Curry; Melikke Van Alstyne, Framingham State; Sam Calley, Curry; Paul Shaughnessy, Mount Ida
(L-R): Lou Licciardi, Saint Anselm; Kevin Fruwirth, Curry; Melikke Van Alstyne, Framingham State; Sam Calley, Curry; Paul Shaughnessy, Mount Ida

MIAMI, Fla. – On Sunday, December 8, Curry College football captains Sam Calley (Weymouth, Mass.) and Kevin Fruwirth (Agawam, Mass.) played in the 2013 National Bowl Senior All-Star Game at Florida International University in Miami. Calley and Fruwirth joined more than 90 of the best Non-FBS college football players from around the country. Both former Colonels were assigned to the Red Nation roster, and helped lead their team to a 40-26 win over the Blue Nation team.

The National Bowl Game is an annual post-season college football all-star game consisting of top players from Non-FBS schools. In the first three years, the National Bowl was played at J. Birney Crum Stadium in Allentown, Pa. The 4th Annual National Bowl Game was played at Alfonso Field at FIU Stadium.

The National Bowl Game showcases All-American and All-Conference seniors from around the nation that travelled to the game from over 30 states representing over 400+ Division 2, 3, and FCS schools. Players travel to the game from as far as Massachusetts, Texas, Arkansas, Oregon, Colorado, Michigan, Utah and South Dakota.

The National Bowl is the elite and only current post-season all-star game to focus on players below D1/FBS that get the opportunity to play in front of several NFL and CFL scouts. The rosters give NFL/CFL scouts a chance to view and get to know some of the best players from smaller schools over the bowl weekend.

The National Bowl is coached by pro coaches and has featured coaches such as NFL Coach Mike Stock, formerly of the Green Bay Packers, who returned for the 2013 game in Miami. The game has been attended by scouts from the NFL's St Louis Rams, Kansas City Chiefs, the CFL's Montreal Alouettes, AFL's Cleveland Gladiators, and Philadelphia, Soul. All 32 NFL teams receive and review the National Bowl game film and the game has been touted by the Sports Agents Blog as a secret weapon for smaller school prospects.

2       Andre Carter, Salisbury University
4       Ben Dupree, Citadel
5       Jerrell Young, University of Saint Mary
6       John Perry, Tusculum College
7       Kenneth Spain, West Virginia Wesleyan
8       Ernest  Wiggins, Husson
9       Michael Cousar, McDaniel College
12     Kevin Fruwirth, Curry College
15      Mason Espinosa, Ohio Wesleyan University
18      Jordan McDonnell, Newberry College
20      Chris Hall, Buffalo State
21      Michael Styles Jr., Warner University
22      Joseph Rollins, McDaniel College
23      Toney Davis, Wayne State University
25      Jake Edmiston, Colorado Mesa
25      Riyahd Richardson, Concord University
35      Pedro Powell, Notre Dame College
38      Michael Mancino, Fairleigh Dickinson University
40      Andrew Muzljakovich, Olivet Nazarene University
42      Melikke Van Alstyne, Framingham State
44      Ryan Corbin, Southwestern Oklahoma State
47      Jon-Tyler Petsch, University of Jamestown
50      Nelson Nwumeh, Washington University in St. Louis
51      Jim O'Brien, Southwestern Oklahoma State
52      Rico Arellano, John C. Smith
54      Edward Viverette, Wayne State University
56      Sam Calley, Curry College
60      John Dankos, Salisbury University
63      Michael Feirabend, Buffalo State
65      Dante Moses, Adams State University
69      Thomas Parsons, Texas A&M Kingsville/ LSU
75      Donald Ary, Wilmington College
76      Hayden Simonis, Beloit College
77      William Wright, West Georgia
77      Brandon White, West Georgia
79      Kory George, College of Wooster
84      David Mogilnicki, Ohio Wesleyan University
87      Eric Wade, Albright College
91      Kyle Fikki, Northwood University
92      Lou Licciardi, Saint Anselm

1       Hugo Nolasco, Gettysburg College
2       Michael Brady, Colorado Mesa University
3       Nyran Ross, Southwest Baptist University
4       Jovontae Johnson, West Liberty University
5       Shane Ferguson, Merrimack College
6       Stephen Asp, St. Olaf College
7       Vladimir Rock, Merychurst University
8       Jeffrey Winchell, Westfield State University
9       Nick Magrone, Eastern Oregon University
10      Christopher McGinnis-Parker, Eastern Oregon University
11      Darren Elliott, Glenville State College
12      Brandon Boyle, Castleton State College
13      Rodney Lamar, Northern Michigan University
14      Joseph Clancy, Merrimack College
15      Vince Coach, Adams State University
17      Brendan Chambers, Greenville College
19      Trevor Spaulding, University of Saint Mary
21      Jeremy Hampton, Westminster College
22      Stephen Campbell, West Virgina Wesleyan
24      Colon Bailey Jr., Fayetteville State University
26      Terry Reese, Glenville State College
27      Braelen Meredith, North Greenville University
33      Bryan Gary, Waynesburg University
34      Ivan Hodges, Southwest Baptist University
38      Michael Klekotka, College of Mount Saint Joseph
44      Jordan Rigby, Millersville University
45      Charles Jones, Texas College
47      Dakoda Winsor, Southern Virginia University
52      Devin Lagorio, Pacific University Oregon
54      Julian Cinotti, Greensboro College
55      Adam Hurd, Buffalo State
58      Puncho Aiono, Adams State University
65      Paul Santi, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
70      Anthony Antonescu, Mississippi College/Memphis
71      Chad Anderson, Northern Michigan University
76      Phede Celestin, Marist College
77      Ryan Riggins, Fort Valley State University
78      George Orr, John C. Smith
79      Mike Hubbard, Merrimack College
82      Jon Hilliger, Ottawa University
83      Scott Simonson, Assumption College
89      Jake Schmiesing, St. Olaf College
90      Chris Ferguson, Wilmington College
91      Ted Abriel, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
92      John Harding, Albright College
99      Brendan Walker, Husson