PFL Players of the Week: 10/26/2014 2:31:00 PM
  • Atiq Lucas, Marist & Cole Mazza, Stetson
    Atiq Lucas, Marist & Cole Mazza, Stetson

    Atiq Lucas, Marist
    Senior (RS) | Running Back | Coram, New York
    Lucas’ 31-yard touchdown run with 2:35 left was the final score as Marist handed Campbell its first PFL loss, 27-20, Saturday. It was his third touchdown of the day, joining the game’s first two scores that gave Marist a 14-0 lead. Lucas finished the game with 23 carries for 104 yards.

    Cole Mazza, Stetson
    Sophomore | Running Back | Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida
    Mazza’s third touchdown gave Stetson the lead for good in a 40-34 PFL victory at Davidson, Saturday. Each of his three touchdowns gave Stetson a lead, but his final one-yard burst with 14:14 remaining in the game was the clincher. Mazza carried the ball 21 times for 143 yards, including touchdown runs from 45, 4 and 1 yard out. It was his third 100-yard rushing performance this season.

    Other Players Nominated: Ben Bolling (CAM), Jeffrey Keil (DAV), Connor Kacsor (DAY), Andy Rice (DRA), Frantz Caudio (JAC), Austin Gahafer (MOR), Dallas Keesman (SAN), Brandon Hall (VAL)

  • Mike Kagafas, Marist & Troy McClelland, San Diego
    Mike Kagafas, Marist & Troy McClelland, San Diego

    Mike Kagafas, Marist
    Senior (RS) | Linebacker | Akron, Ohio
    Kagafas was all over the field in Marist’s 27-20 PFL victory against Campbell., Saturday. He had seven tackles (five solo), three tackles for loss (including a sack), a forced fumble and a pass breakup. With Marist leading by a touchdown in the fourth quarter, Kagafas came up with a tackle for loss on a 4th-and-Goal play on the one-yard line to end a drive. He had a hurry and a strip-sack on Campbell’s final drive to help stall the threat.

    Troy McClelland, San Diego
    Senior | Linebacker/Safety | San Diego, California
    McClelland’s two forced turnovers each helped set up a San Diego touchdown in a 40-29 PFL victory against Dayton, Saturday. He forced a fumble that San Diego recovered at the Dayton 28-yard line and three plays later was converted into a go-ahead touchdown. In the fourth quarter McClelland intercepted a pass and returned it 27 yards to the Dayton 14, setting up San Diego’s final score. He also had six tackles (four solo) in the contest.

    Other Players Nominated: Sean Horan (BUT), Brandon Mobley (CAM), William Curran (DAV), Christopher Beaschler (DAY), Drew Ormseth (DRA), Andrew Hooks (JAC), Luke Keller (MOR), Donald Payne (STE), J.J. Nunes (VAL)

  • Marlin Hall, Stetson
    Marlin Hall, Stetson

    Sophomore | Defensive Back | Sylvester, Georgia
    Hall’s 52-yard touchdown reception on a fake punt helped Stetson jump out to an early lead in a 40-34 PFL victory at Davidson, Saturday. Stetson lined up to punt on 4th and 8 from its own 48-yard line. The ball was snapped to up man Rob Coggin who threw a short 10-yard pass to Hall. But Hall broke a pair of tackles and rumbled all the way for a 52-yard touchdown and an early 14-3 lead. In his normal defensive duties, Hall had five tackles, a tackle for loss and a pass breakup.

    Other Players Nominated: Mitchell Brown (CAM), Trevor Smith (DAV), Nick Kaczkowski (DAY), Mike Maccarone (MAR), Jarrett Morgan (VAL)