|Major:||Integrated Liberal Studies|
2016: First Team All-NEFC Offensive selection...played and started in all nine games...recorded 60 receptions for 945 yards and 13 touchdowns...averaged 105.0 receiving yards per game, second in the NEFC...Tied for the conference lead in touchdown receptions (13)...Led the team in scoring with 78 points...recorded 10 tackles on special teams (eight solo, two assisted)...Tallied 38 kickoffs for a total of 1,819 yards.
2015: Played in all 10 games at wide receiver....caught 37 passes for 615 yards and seven touchdowns...The seven touchdowns was tied for second in the NEFC in touchdown receptions...Led team in scoring with 42 points...made seven tackles on special teams.
2014: Played in all 10 games at wide receiver, starting in nine…Caught 45 passes for 504 yards and fivetouchdowns…Led team in scoring with 30 points…Had a season best eight receptions, 116 receiving yards and two TDs in season finale vs. Maine Maritime.
2013: Played in all nine games at wide receiver, starting in one…All six receptions and all 71 receiving yards came in season finale at Maine Maritime.
High School: Cawlina is a 2013 graduate of Danvers High School…Played football for three years for Coach Sean Rogers, and basketball for three years for Coach John Walsh…Captained gridiron squad during senior year…Football honors included: Agganis All-Star (2012), Salem News Honorable Mention Team (2012), team’s Most Outstanding Receiver Award (2012), team’s Red Hat Award (2010)…Received Basketball Coaches’ Award as a senior…Basketball team won back-to-back State Championships in 2012 and 2013…High Honors student…Four-year Pan Mass. Challenge volunteer.
Personal: Son of Scott and Teresa Cawlina…Major: Integrated Liberal Studies…Member of the Class of 2017.