College Two Princeton Tigers Earn First-Team Ivy League Honors by Renee Washington December 1, 2015 John Lovett (Courtesy Beverly Schaefer) Although the Princeton Tigers football season ended with three straight losses, numerous players earned Ivy League Honors. John Lovett (So., RB – Hyattsville, Md.) earned first team-offense and Nolan Bieck, Princeton (Sr., PK – Fort Lauderdale, Fla.) earned first team special teams. Lovett finished with ten touchdowns and 318 receiving yards and 286 rushing yards. . Bieck recorded 12 of his 15 attempted field goals for an average of 80%.Bieck finished 4 of 6 attempts from 40 or more yards for the 2015 season. Dorian Williams, Princeton (Jr., S – Streetsboro, Ohio) and Matt Arends, Princeton (Sr., LB – Prior Lake, Minn.) earned second team for the defense. Williams led the Tigers with a total of 91 tackles (58 Solo, 33 Assisted). He also recovered one fumble for 39 yards. Arends recorded 63 tackles (40 Solo, 23 Assisted). He recorded 1 interception and recovered 1 fumble. On the offensive line, Joe Rhattigan, Princeton (Jr., RB – Naperville, Ill.)and Britt Colcolough, Princeton (Sr., OL – Memphis, Tenn.) earned second team. Rhattigan recorded 612 rushing yards, 144 receiving yards, and 7 touchdowns. Colcolough played in all 10 games and recorded 1 tackle. Tyler Roth, Princeton (Jr., P – Pittsburgh), Anthony Gaffney, Princeton (Sr., CB – Columbus, N.J.), Henry Schlossberg, Princeton (Jr., DL – Los Angeles), Mitchell Sweigart, Princeton (So., OL – Washington Boro, Pa.), Dré Nelson, Princeton (Sr., RB/RS – Stone Mountain, Ga.), Birk Olson, Princeton (Jr., DL – Monticello, Minn.), and Scott Carpenter, Princeton (Jr., TE – Vienna, Va.) all earned honorable mention for the Tigers. Post Views: 1,405 The following two tabs change content below.BioLatest Posts Renee Washington Renee is a Staff Writer at DoubleGSports.com with a focus on Temple Men's Basketball and other area sports content. Latest posts by Renee Washington (see all) Temple grabs fourth straight win - February 8, 2018 Temple Looks to Bounce Back Against Tulsa Wednesday - January 15, 2018 Analyzing Temple’s season through the halfway point - January 14, 2018 Game On! Temple still Scheduled to Face Cincinnati Thursday night - January 4, 2018 Related TopicsDorian WilliamsIvy LeagueJohn LovettMatt ArendsNolan BieckPrincetonTyler Roth Click to comment Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Can't Miss Posts! 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs Predictions: Play-In Round by Will Wiegelman | posted on June 22, 2020 Pascack Hills Grad Brianna Musco Finds Calling in Music by Sunil Sunder Raj | posted on July 23, 2020 Talent Has No Gender: Crystal Bradford Gears Up for Major “Hoopquality” Event by Candace Cordelia | posted on July 21, 2020 Ranking all 32 Projected Starting QBs ahead of the 2020 NFL Season by Peter Snyder | posted on April 30, 2020 Joe Quinones is the Definition of a Baseball Journeyman by Eli Fishman | posted on July 21, 2020 Podcasts More in College Seton Hall’s Rick Cerone inducted into National College Baseball Hall of Fame MLB veteran was a two-time All-American at SHU and helped lead the Pirates to... UConn Becomes First FBS Program to Withdraw from CFB Season UConn, which announced their removal from the American Athletic Conference earlier this year, was... You Know I’m Right, Episode 28: The Rock Buys the XFL, Bella Twins, WWE and MLB (Audio) On the 28th episode of You Know I’m Right, Nick Durst and Joe Calabrese are joined... Top 10 Helmets in College Football College football: A spectacle filled with electrifying plays, breathtaking atmospheres and gaudy uniforms. Since... Temple Takes on Houston in AAC Championship Game Did Inexperience Cost Rutgers In Lose to Wake Forest?