Three Curry College student-athletes were among 22 players from the New England Football Conference to be recognized on the USA College Football All-America and All-Freshmen teams.
Colonels' defensive end Parrish Rogers-Reed, Endicott College wide receiver Nate Lewis, and MIT offensive lineman Elliott Tobin and running back Justin Wallace were first team picks. Each player, with the exception of sophomore Tobin, is a senior.
The NEFC had two second team picks, five third team selections and eight honrable mentions, including Colonels' sophomore fullback Dave DiGiorgi. In addition three NEFC student-athletes, Jacob Doolan of Maine Maritime Academy, Mitch Turley from MIT, and Curry's Devin Williams were named to the All-Freshmen Team.
Selections are contributed by NCAA Division III Conferences, Head Coaches, Sports Information Directors, National, Regional and Local Broadcast & Print Media, American Football Coaches Association, Lindy's Sports, Regional Football Writers' Associations, Professional Football Franchise Scouts and Certified Players' Agents as well as the staff of USA Football Network, Inc. All seniors, with no remaining football eligibility, are candidates to participate in the 21st Annual USA Football Bowl In Jackson, MS from January 16 to January 20, 2015.
The NEFC Honorees:
|2nd||Frank Musco||Salve Regina||DB||Sr.|
|3rd||John Ashman||Maine Maritime||OL||Sr.|
|3rd||Phil Terio||Salve Regina||DB||Sr.|
|3rd||Matt Traynor||Salve Regina||WR||Sr.|
|HM||Benjamin Barrett||Salve Regina||P||Sr.|
|Freshmen||Jacob Doolan||Maine Maritime||RB||Fr.|