2016-2017 Fall Roster

No.
Name
High School
Hometown
2 John Baron '18Roxbury Latin School Medfield, Mass.

John is an Economics-Mathematics major and has a minor in Physics.

2016 baseball season highlights: Baron played in 16 games for the Mules in his sophomore season, finishing the year with six hits, four runs, five RBI, and one walk. On the mound, Baron made four appearances and pitched two innings.

2015 football season highlights: Baron kicked for the Mules in his sophomore season, finishing the year with 52 punts and four field goals, with a long of 37 yards. John had the longest punt in the NESCAC in 2015 with a 79-yard boot. He also had no punts blocked, was fourth in fewest touchbacks (3), fourth in total yards (1,930), fourth in fair catches (13), and sixth in punting average (37.1). John was on the NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team.

2015 baseball season highlights: Baron finished the season with a batting average of .300 and finished seventh on the team in slugging percentage (.400). John posted a perfect fielding percentage in the 2015 season while seeing time in the outfield.

2014 football season highlights: Baron saw limited time as the back-up kicker and punter for the Mules in 2014. John finished the season with five kickoffs, two punts, and was 2-for-3 on extra-point attempts.

Before Colby:

John graduated with honors from Roxbury Latin School. He lettered in football, basketball, and baseball, and was a two-time honorable mention selection in football and all-league in baseball.

3 Michael Ecke '17Cheshire High School Prospect, Conn.

Michael is a Mathematical Sciences major at Colby.

2015 season highlights: Ecke played in two games for the Mules while backing up the quarterback position.

2014 season highlights: Michael played in two games and threw for 41 yards on five completions.

Before Colby:

Michael played football at Cheshire High School and previously attended University of Connecticut and Central Connecticut. Ecke was an All-Southern Connecticut Conference (SCC) selection.

5 Patrick Yale '19Haverhill High School Haverhill, Mass.

Patrick is an Economics major at Colby.

2015 season highlights: Yale played in all eight games as a first-year, finishing the year with 21 tackles, three pass deflections, and a return of an interception for a touchdown at Wesleyan.

Before Colby:

Patrick graduated from Haverhill High School, where he was a member of the football, indoor track, and baseball teams. He was a National Honor Society member and a league all-star for football.

8 Scott Gosnell '19Boston College High School Hanover, Mass.

Scott is an Economics major (Financial Markets concentration).

2015 season highlights: Gosnell appeared in three games and finished the season with one tackle.

Before Colby:

Scott graduated from Boston College High School and captained the football team. He was a National Honors Society member, a scholar-athlete, and a member of the student council.

9 Hunter Riehle '18South Burlington High School South Burlington, Vt.

Hunter has a double major in Economics and Psychology, with a minor in Italian Studies. He is a member of the Student Government Association Traditions Committee and the Student Organized Planning Committee.

2015 season highlights: Riehle played in four games on the defensive side of the ball, finishing the year with one tackle. He was on the NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team.

2014 season highlights: Hunter did not see action in his first year with the Mules.

Before Colby:

Hunter played football and lacrosse at South Burlington High School. He was Vermont All-State First Team in 2013 and Vermont All-State Second Team as a junior. Riehle was a 2013-14 scholar-athlete at South Burlington.

11 Will Caffey '19Melrose High School Melrose, Mass.

Will has not decided on a major at Colby.

2015 season highlights: Caffey played in all eight games for the Mules as a defensive back, finishing the year with 23 tackles, eight pass deflections, and one interception.

Before Colby:

Will graduated from Melrose High School and was a member of the football, track, and baseball teams. He was a track all-star and a National Honor Society member.

13 Gabe Harrington '17Francis W Parker School San Diego, Calif.

Gabe is a Psychology major at Colby.

2015 season highlights: Harrington started for the Mules at quarterback and played in all eight games. He finished the season with 125 completions for 1,142 yards and two touchdowns. Gabe, a tri-captain as a junior, also added 73 rushing yards.

2014 season highlights: Gabe was third in the NESCAC in passing touchdowns (11), third in total completions (133), fourth in total passing yards (1,423), and fifth in passing yards per game (177.9).

2013 season highlights: Harrington saw limited time in his first year and saw action in six games. He was 11-for-19 passing for 84 yards.

Before Colby:

Gabe played football and baseball at Francis Parker. He was a HOF nominee for football and a four-year honor roll student.

15 Ryder Arsenault '17New Hampton School New Hampton, N.H.

Ryder majors in Government at Colby. He interned with the New Hampshire Department of Justice in the summer of 2015. His father played football, basketball, and baseball at Colby.

2016 baseball season highlights: Ryder missed the entire season due to injury.

2015 football season highlights: Arsenault played in one game for the Mules, recording five receptions before an injury ended his season.

2015 baseball season highlights: Ryder was seventh on the team in batting average (.327). He led the Mules in triples (four) and stolen bases (20-for-21). Ryder also was second on the team in at-bats (113) and did not make an error in 62 chances in center field.

2014 football season highlights: Ryder led the Mules in total receptions (25), receiving yards (263), and was tied for first in receiving touchdowns (four). He was tied for fifth in the NESCAC in touchdowns (four). Arsenault was on the NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team.

2014 baseball season highlights: Ryder finished his first-year season with 20 games started and sixth on the team in batting average (.308). Ryder was seventh on the team in slugging percentage (.341) and eighth in on-base percentage (.354). Arsenault led the team in stolen bases (six) and did not make an error in 47 opportunities in the outfield.

2013 football season highlights: Arsenault finished with 18 catches for 230 yards. He was third in catches, receiving yards, and was second in average per catch (12.8).

Before Colby:

Ryder graduated from New Hampton School where he played football, hockey and baseball. He was the 2010 recipient of the Skip Howard Underclassman Scholar Athlete Award.

16 Christian Sparacio '18George School Marlboro, N.J.

Christian is a History major and has minors in Creative Writing and Managerial Economics. He is a member of Mayflower Chill a cappella group.

2015 season highlights: Sparacio appeared at quarterback for the Mules in all eight games, finishing the season with 19 completions for 199 yards. He also added 83 rushing yards.

2014 season highlights: Christian rushed two times for 23 yards and finished with two tackles.

Before Colby:

Christian played football and lacrosse at the George School and was on the honor roll.

17 Nick Greenberg '18Woodbridge High School Irvine, Calif.

Nick is an Economics major with a concentration in Financial Markets and a Mathematics minor at Colby.

2014 season highlights: Greenberg saw limited time for the Mules in his first season with the team.

18 Sebastian Ferrell '19Kent School Providence, R.I.

Sebastian is a Math major and has a minor in Managerial Economics.

2015 season highlights: Ferrell played in six games in his first year, finishing the season with 17 receptions for 173 yards.

Before Colby:

Sebastian graduated from Moses Brown (2014) and the Kent School (2015), where he was a member of the football, basketball, and track teams. He was named to the 2014 Providence Journal Student Athlete Honor Roll.

19 Joseph Anile '17Chaminade High School Bayville, N.Y.

Joseph majors in Economics and minors in Classical Civilization. He is a student representative to the Italian Department, Economics Research Assistant, and works with the Colby Security Office.

2016 lacrosse season highlights: Anile played in 12 games for the Mules on defense as a junior, making 1 start. He had 6 ground balls and 5 caused turnovers on the season.

2015 football season highlights: Anile appeared in one game for the Mules at quarterback.

2015 lacrosse season highlights: Anile saw limited time on defense during the season.

2014 football season highlights: Joseph saw action in one game at quarterback.

Before Colby:

Joseph played football, hockey, and lacrosse at Chaminade High School. He was a CHSAA state champion for lacrosse, NYCHSFL for football, and national champion USA Hockey Tier 1 AAA. Joseph was on the honor roll and a member of the National Honor Society.

20 Jack Colleran '19Seton Hall Preparatory School Westfield, N.J.

Jack majors in Economics (Financial Markets concentration).

2015 season highlights: Colleran played in two games for the Mules and recorded one tackle.

Before Colby:

Jack graduated from Seton Hall Preparatory Academy, where he played football and lacrosse. He was an all-conference football player.

21 Donald Vivian '19Christian Brothers Academy Slingerlands, N.Y.

Don majors in Government and is a Colby Cares About Kids mentor.

2016 lacrosse season highlights: Vivian played in all 15 games for the Mules in his first season, finishing the year with two goals, two assists, 19 ground balls, and nine caused turnovers.

2015 football season highlights: Vivian saw considerable time in the defensive backfield as the season wore on and finished with 11 tackles.

Before Colby:

Don graduated from the Christian Brothers Academy, where he played football and lacrosse. He was a 2014 New York First Team All-State football selection and 2015 Big Ten Conference First Team lacrosse pick.

22 Gerry Nvule '19Buckingham Browne & Nichols Sc Woburn, Mass.

Gerry is a Computer Science major.

2015 season highlights: Nvule played in two games for the Mules and finished with one tackle.

Before Colby:

Gerry graduated from Buckingham Browne & Nichols, where he played football, basketball, and lacrosse. He captained the football and basketball teams his senior year.

24 Daniel Roache '18Westwood High School Westwood, Mass.

Dan is a Psychology major and a Managerial Economics minor at Colby.

2015 season highlights: Roache played in one game for the Mules.

2014 season highlights: Dan saw limited time in his first year, rushing 10 times for 37 yards

Before Colby:

Dan played football at Westwood High School.

25 Jabari Hurdle-Price '17Fieldston School Bronx, N.Y.

Jabari is a Psychology major at Colby.

2015 season highlights: Hurdle-Price started in all eight games for the Mules, finishing the season with 189 rushes for 728 yards. He also had six touchdowns and 30 receptions. He earned All-NESCAC First Team honors.

2014 season highlights: Hurdle-Price had a terrific sophomore season, finishing fourth in the NESCAC in rushing yards per game (66.6, 533 total). He also had the longest touchdown run (77 yards) in the conference, was third in total carries (131), and seventh in yards per rush (4.1). Jabari had two touchdown runs and caught 17 passes for 140 yards.

2013 season highlights: Jabari saw limited time in his first year, rushing four times for seven yards and catching one pass for five yards.

Before Colby:

Jabari played football, basketball, and ran track at Fieldston School.

26 Mbasa Mayikana '18Lake Forest Academy Lake Forest, Ill.

Mbasa is an Economics major (Financial Markets) and has a minor in Environmental Studies. He also is a member of the Student Athletic Advisory Committee (SAAC).

2015 football season highlights: Mayikana played in all eight games for the Mules, finishing the season with nine receptions, seven tackles, and he also returned kicks on special teams.

2015 outdoor track season highlights: Mayikana opened the season by finishing eighth in the triple jump and fifth in the long jump at the Point Loma Invitational. Mayikana tied for third with teammate Marcques Houston in the triple jump at the Jim Sheehan Memorial, and finished sixth in the long jump at the Colby Invitational. At the Maine State Championships, Mayikana finished second in the long jump and ninth in the triple jump.

2015 indoor track season highlights: Mayikana opened the indoor season at the Bates Invitational, finishing second in the long jump and sixth in the triple jump. At the USM Invitational, Mayikana took third in the long jump and first in the triple jump. Mayikana finished his season at the Maine State Championships, finishing eighth in the long jump and ninth in the triple jump.

2014 football season highlights: Mbasa had a solid first season with the Mules, catching 20 passes for 193 yards. He was third on the team in receptions and fourth in receiving yards.

Before Colby:

Mbasa played football, basketball, lacrosse, and also ran track at Lake Forest Academy. He was a captain for football and track, holds the record for the long jump, and was on the honor roll.

29 Tim Hood '19St Pauls School South Dartmouth, Mass.

Tim majors in Economics (Financial Markets concentration).

2015 season highlights: Hood saw limited time in the defensive backfield in his first year with the team.

Before Colby:

Tim graduated from St. Paul's School, where he was a member of the football and crew teams.

31 Sam Friedman '19Boston College High School Abington, Mass.

Sam majors in Economics (Financial Markets concentration).

2016 season highlights: Friedman played in 5 games for the Mules and made 1 start as a first-year.

2015 football season highlights: Friedman played at linebacker for the Mules, finishing the season with 19 total tackles.

Before Colby:

Sam graduated with high honors from Boston College High School, where he played football and lacrosse. He received the Most Outstanding Athlete Award and was a member of the National Honors Society.

32 Jake Schwern '19Glen Ridge High School Glen Ridge, N.J.

Jake is an Economics major.

2015 season highlights: Schwern appeared in three games on defense for the Mules, making two tackles.

Before Colby:

Jake graduated from Glen Ridge High School and was a member of the football, wrestling, and lacrosse teams.

33 Malik Horton '18Xavier High School Brooklyn, N.Y.

Malik is a Government and Education double major at Colby. He is a member of the Mayflower Chill A Cappella group, a member of the Student Government Finance Board, and has served as a Community Advisor in the past.

2015 season highlights: Horton saw limited time in his first season with the football team.

Before Colby:

Malik graduated from Xavier High School and was a member of the baseball and track teams.

34 Justin Lamere '17Milton Academy Weston, Mass.

Justin is majoring in Spanish and Economics.

2015 season highlights: The junior played in seven games at defensive back for the Mules, finishing the season with 23 total tackles. Justin was on the NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team.

2014 season highlights: Justin was tied for eighth on the team in total tackles with 24 and had three tackles for loss. He also had one pass break-up. Lamere was on the NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team.

2013 season highlights: Lamere had six tackles and one pass break-up in his first year with the Mules.

Before Colby:

Justin played football, basketball, and was on the track and field team at Milton Academy. He earned All-Independent School League (ISL) honorable mention in football as a junior and senior.

36 Conor Bruen '17Miramonte High School Orinda, Calif.

Conor is majoring in Economics (Financial Markets concentration).

2016 baseball season highlights: Bruen played in 16 games for the Mules in his junior season, finishing the year with four hits, two runs, and an RBI.

2015 football season highlights: Bruen played at linebacker for the Mules, finishing with four total tackles.

2015 baseball season highlights: Bruen appeared in 15 games and finished the season with a .286 batting average and an on-base percentage of .375.

2014 football season highlights: Bruen finished the season with six tackles.

2014 baseball season highlights: Bruen appeared in 11 games for the Mules in 2014 and finished the season with a perfect fielding percentage.

2013 football season highlights: Conor had three tackles, including one for a loss, in his first year with the Mules.

Before Colby:

Conor played football and baseball at Miramonte High and was an all-league selection in both sports. His father, Kevin, and uncle, Phil, both played football at Colby.

39 Adam Balaban '18Viewpoint School Calabasas, Calif.

Adam is a Psychology major and Managerial Economics minor at Colby.

2015 season highlights: Balaban played at defensive back, finishing with three tackles.

2014 season highlights: Adam had two tackles in his first season with the Mules.

Before Colby:

Adam played football, basketball, baseball, and participated in track at Viewpoint School. Balaban earned all-league honors in football and was on the honor roll at Viewpoint.

41 Nash Klinger '18Barrington High School Barrington, R.I.

Nash is an Economics major at Colby. He is a member of the Colby Outing Club.

Before Colby:

Nash graduated from Barrington High School, played football, and was a Rhode Island All-State Academic selection.

42 Greg Whelan '19Arlington Catholic High School Melrose, Mass.

Greg is an Economics (Financial Markets concentration) major.

2015 season highlights: Whelan played at defensive back, recording one tackle.

Before Colby:

Greg graduated from Arlington Catholic High School and was a member of the football, track, and baseball teams. He was a National Honors Society member and a two-time CCL All-Star in football.

43 Ian Dickey '18Hamilton-Wenham Regional HS South Hamilton, Mass.

Ian is an Economics major at Colby.

2015 season highlights: The sophomore started and played in all eight games at cornerback, finishing the season second on the team with 43 total tackles, six pass break-ups, one interception, and a forced fumble and recovery. Ian was on the NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team.

2014 season highlights: Ian saw quality time in his first season, recording 16 tackles and one blocked kick.

Before Colby:

Ian played football and baseball at Hamilton-Wenham Regional High School. He was team MVP, a Cape Ann League All-Star, and was on the honor roll.

44 Braden Wilson '17Nauset Regional High School Brewster, Mass.

Braden is a Global Studies major and an Education minor at Colby. He's a member of Colby Cares About Kids, a Career Center marketing intern, and a career development advisor.

2015 season highlights: Wilson started games at tight end for the Mules, finishing with three receptions.

2014 season highlights: Braden caught one pass for four yards while playing tight end.

2013 season highlights: Braden had one tackle in his first year with the Mules.

Before Colby:

Braden played football and basketball at Nauset Regional High School. He earned the U.S. Army National Scholar-Athlete Award.

45 Sebastien Philemon '19Boston Latin School Hyde Park, Mass.

Sebastien has a double major in Government and French Studies.

2015 season highlights: The first-year linebacker made four tackles.

Before Colby:

Sebastien graduated from Boston Latin School and was a member of the football and wrestling teams. He was a DCL All-Star in wrestling and the recipient of the Approbation Prize.

47 Bryan McAdams '18Moses Brown School Providence, R.I.

Bryan is a Government major and has a minor in Managerial Economics.

2015 season highlights: McAdams finished the season third on the team with 41 total tackles at linebacker and added four pass break-ups. Bryan was on the NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team.

2014 season highlights: Bryan finished with eight tackles in his first year with the Mules.

Before Colby:

Bryan played football and wrestled at Moses Brown. He served as captain, earned first team all-division honors and was a Rhode Island All-State Second Team selection in football.

48 Craig Leonhardt '18Delaware Valley Regional HS Milford, N.J.

Craig is a Mathematics and Government double major and a Managerial Economics minor at Colby.

2015 season highlights: The sophomore saw time at defensive back for the Mules.

2014 season highlights: Craig saw time at defensive back in his first year.

Before Colby:

Craig played football at Delaware Regional Valley High School. Graduated with honors and was a member or the National Honor Society.

49 Clay Rowland '18Leavitt Area High School Turner, Maine

Clay is a Biology major and a Managerial Economics minor at Colby.

2015 season highlights: Rowland played defensive back and finished the season with four total tackles.

2014 season highlights: Clay made one tackle in his first year with the Mules.

Before Colby:

Clay played football, hockey, and baseball at Leavitt Area High School. He was a National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete. Rowland was an academic all-conference selection, graduated sixth in his class, and was class president.

50 Brendan Six '17Blair Academy Guilford, Conn.

Brendan is a Geology major.

2014 season highlights: Six saw time on the defensive line in his junior season with the Mules.

2013 season highlights: Brendan saw time on the defensive line in the 2013 season with the Mules.

2012 season highlights: Six saw time on the defensive line in his first season with the Mules.

Before Colby:

Brendan played football at Blair Academy and was a first team All-MAPL and All-New Jersey prep selection.

51 Will Julich '17Hanover Park High School Florham Park, N.J.

Will is an Economics and Government double major.

2015 season highlights: Julich saw time on the offensive line in his junior season with the Mules.

2014 season highlights: Saw time on the offensive line.

2013 season highlights: Played some on the offensive line in his first year.

Before Colby:

Will played football and wrestled at Hanover Park.

52 Jack Muntu-Caron '17Kent School LaPocatiere, Que. Canada

Jack is a majoring in Global Studies and Economics.

2015 season highlights: The junior played on the defensive line, finishing the year with three tackles.

2014 season highlights: Muntu-Caron missed three games due to injury. He had nine total tackles, with three going for sacks.

2013 season highlights: Jack had a fine first season, finishing second on the team in sacks with 3.5. He had 4.5 tackles for loss among his 23 total tackles.

Before Colby:

Jack played football at the Kent School.

54 Shane Normandeau '19Kennebunk High School Kennebunk, Maine

Shane has not decided on a major at Colby.

2015 season highlights: Normandeau saw time on the offensive line in his first season with the team.

Before Colby:

Shane graduated from Kennebunk High School and was a member of the football and track teams. He was named all-conference in football and was a National Honor Society member.

55 Kevin Moyette '19Pingree School North Reading, Mass.

Kevin has not decided on a major at Colby.

2015 season highlights: Moyette played at linebacker for the Mules, finishing his first season with three tackles.

Before Colby:

Kevin graduated from the Pingree School and played football and lacrosse. He was named all-league and Defensive All-Star in football and a Boston Globe All-Scholastic All-Star.

56 Nicholas Strand '19Dexter Southfield School Watertown, Mass.

Nick is an Economics major and has a minor in Mathematics.

2015 season highlights: Strand saw time at linebacker in his first season with the team.

Before Colby:

Nick graduated from the Dexter School and played football and lacrosse. He graduated with honors and was a two-time all-league football selection.

57 Mike Roberts '17Boston College High School Duxbury, Mass.

Mike is an Economics major and is a member of Colby Cares About Kids.

2015 season highlights: Roberts left his defensive spot and was the team's starting center on the offensive line in his junior season.

2014 season highlights: Mike had 15 total tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss, one sack, and one forced fumble while playing on defense.

2013 season highlights: Roberts had three tackles in his first year with the Mules.

Before Colby:

Mike played football and baseball at Boston College High School.

58 Ben Hartford '18Andover High School Andover, Mass.

Ben is a Biology major and has minors in Religious Studies and Environmental Studies.

2015 season highlights: Hartford played on the defensive line for the Mules, finishing with eight tackles.

2014 season highlights: Ben had six total tackles and one quarterback hurry in his first season at Colby.

Before Colby:

Ben played football and lacrosse at Andover High School and was a captain. He earned high honors and the Moynihan Scholarship Award.

60 Luke Borda '19Tower Hill School Wilmington, Del.

Luke is a Government major and has a minor in Philosophy.

2015 season highlights: Borda saw time on the offensive line in his first season with the team.

Before Colby:

Luke graduated from the Tower Hill School and was a member of the football and track teams. Luke was named first team all-conference in football and was an academic all-state selection in wrestling.

61 Steven Zieselman '18Mansfield High School Mansfield, Mass.

Steven is an Economics major (Financial Markets) at Colby.

2015 season highlights: Zieselman saw time on the offensive line in his second season with the team.

2014 season highlights: Zieselman saw time on the offensive line in his first year.

Before Colby:

Steven played football and was a captain at Mansfield High.

64 Joe Mariani '18Saint Bernard High School Waterford, Conn.

Joe is a Government major with a Theater and Dance minor at Colby.

2015 season highlights: The sophomore saw time on the offensive line with the Mules.

2014 season highlights: Mariani saw time on the offensive line in his first season with the Mules.

Before Colby:

Joe played football and lacrosse at St. Bernard's High. He was a two-time captain and a two-time all-conference selection and a member of the National Honor Society.

66 Luke Glynn-Ferrarone '18Amherst Regional High School Amherst, Mass.

Luke is a History major at Colby.

2015 season highlights: Glynn-Ferrarone saw time on the offensive line in his sophomore season.

2014 season highlights: Glynn-Ferrarone saw time on the offensive line in his first season with the Mules.

Before Colby:

Luke graduated from Amherst Regional High School, where he was an all-conference football player.

71 Larry Patrizio '17Trinity Pawling School Scarsdale, N.Y.

Larry is double majoring in Economics (Financial Markets) and Computer Science.

2015 season highlights: Patrizio started at right tackle on the offensive line with the Mules.

2014 season highlights: Patrizio saw time on the offensive line in his sophomore season.

2013 season highlights: Larry saw time on the offensive line in his first season with the Mules.

Before Colby:

Larry played football, lacrosse, and wrestled at Trinity Pawling.

73 Anthony Cappellino '17Chaminade High School Sayville, N.Y.

Anthony is a Chemistry major and a Managerial Economics minor at Colby. He did medical research for Dr. Arthur Mirza.

2015 season highlights: Cappellino saw time on the offensive line with the Mules.

2014 season highlights: Cappellino saw time on the offensive line in his sophomore season with the Mules.

2013 season highlights: Cappellino saw time on the offensive line in his first season at Colby.

Before Colby:

Anthony played football at Chaminade High School. He was on the honor roll and in the honor society.

74 Alex Beach '18Noble and Greenough School Westwood, Mass.

Alex had a double major in Economics (Financial Markets concentration) and East Asian Studies. He did an internship at Business Consulting Group.

2015 season highlights: Beach saw time on the offensive line with the Mules. He was on the NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team.

2014 season highlights: Beach saw time on the offensive line in his first season with the Mules.

Before Colby:

Alex played football, basketball, lacrosse, and wrestled at Noble and Greenough. He earned All-ISL honors twice and was an All-New England selection in football.

75 Brandon Troisi '19Lynnfield High School Lynnfield, Mass.

Brandon is a Computer Science major and has a minor in Physics.

2015 season highlights: Troisi saw time on the offensive line with the Mules.

Before Colby:

Brandon graduated from Lynnfield High School and was a member of the football, wrestling, and track teams. He was an all-league selection in football and wrestling, and a member of the National Honor Society.

76 Corben Davis '18Delbarton School Summit, N.J.

Corben is a Biology major at Colby.

2015 season highlights: Davis saw time on the offensive line with the Mules.

2014 season highlights: Corben saw time on the offensive line in his first season at Colby.

Before Colby:

Corben played football, rugby, and wrestled at Delbarton. He was an all-conference first team selection in football. Davis was a co-captain on the wrestling team. He was a two-time rugby state champion, and was on the high honor roll.

81 Liam Brandel '19Newton South High School Newton Highlands, Mass.

Liam is a Psychology major at Colby.

2015 season highlights: Brandel saw limited time on the defensive line in his first year with the team.

Before Colby:

Liam graduated from Newton South High School and was a member of the football and wrestling teams. He was a three-time DCL All-Star and the recipient of the Richard Stone Award.

82 Devaughn Riley '18Boston Latin Academy Dorchester, Mass.

Devaughn is a Sociology major and a Mathematics minor at Colby.

2015-16 basketball season highlights: Riley played in five games for the Mules in his first season with the team.

2015 football season highlights: Riley played at wide receiver for the Mules in his second season and recorded five receptions for 64 yards.

2014 football season highlights: Riley saw limited time at wide receiver in his first season with the Mules.

Before Colby:

Devaughn played football and basketball at Boston Latin Academy and was a city league all-star in both sports.

84 Alex Kramer '17Phillips Academy Andover, Mass.

Alex is an Economics major and interned at his high school this past summer.

2015 season highlights: In just six games on the season, Kramer finished the year third on the team with 19 receptions and second on the Mules with 215 receiving yards. Kramer added a touchdown reception. He was on the NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team.

2014 season highlights: Kramer played in five games for the Mules in 2014 and finished the season with nine receptions for 118 yards and a touchdown. Alex was on the NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team.

2013 season highlights: Kramer saw limited time in his first season with the Mules at wide receiver.

Before Colby:

Alex played football at Phillips Andover Academy.

85 Teddy Voulgaris '18Kent School New Canaan, Conn.

Teddy is a Government major at Colby. He also contributes to the Outside Colby publication.

2015 season highlights: Voulgaris saw limited time on the defensive line in his second year with the team. He was on the NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team.

2014 season highlights: Voulgaris saw limited time for the Mules on the defensive line in his first season.

Before Colby:

Teddy graduated from the Kent School, where he played football and lacrosse. He was an AP Scholar with Distinction, football captain, and a Senior Prefect.

86 Matt Richman '19Lincoln-Sudbury Regional HS Sudbury, Mass.

Matt is an Economics-Mathematics major.

2015 season highlights: In his first season with the team, Richman saw time at wide receiver and had three receptions.

Before Colby:

Matt graduated from Lincoln-Sudbury High School and was a member of the football and track teams.

87 Marcus Jones '18St Pauls School Newark, N.J.

Marcus is a Biology major and has an Environmental Studies minor.

2015 season highlights: Jones saw limited time on the defensive line in his sophomore season.

2014 season highlights: Marcus saw time on the defensive line in his first season with the Mules.

Before Colby:

Marcus was on the football, lacrosse, and wrestling teams at St. Paul's School. He was a varsity football captain and graduated cum laude.

88 Mark Snyder '18New Trier Township High School Winnetka, Ill.

Mark is an American Studies major and is minoring in Religious Studies.

2015 season highlights: Snyder finished the season second on the team with 28 receptions, led the team with 263 receiving yards, and added a touchdown reception.

2014 season highlights: Snyder played wide receiver for the Mules in his first year. Mark finished the season with four receptions for 37 yards.

Before Colby:

Mark played football and basketball at New Trier High School. He was a two-year starter for football, a varsity letter winner, and made two IHSA playoff appearances in football and went to the IHSA elite-eight in basketball. Mark captained both sports his senior year and earned the Mel Sheets Award for leadership and special recognition from the school board for student-athlete leadership. He was one of two football players selected for the student-athlete leadership training class and represented the school at the Central Suburban League Leadership Conference and was a Bridgebuilder mentor.

90 Chris Marano '17St Sebastians School Canton, Mass.

Chris is a Government major and worked at Clark Corporations.

2015 season highlights: Marano played on the defensive line, recording 14 tackles (3.5 for a loss).

2014 season highlights: Marano finished the season with four solo tackles and four assists on the defensive line.

2013 season highlights: Marano played in all eight games in his first season at Colby, finishing the year with 16 tackles, 10 of which were solo. Marano had five tackles for a loss and two sacks.

Before Colby:

Chris played football and wrestled at St. Sebastian's. He was an all-conference football selection and earned Boston Globe All-Scholastic honors.

93 Henry Morris Wallrapp '17American School in Japan Omaha, Neb.

Henry is an Economics major (Financial Markets concentration) and interned at Desjardins.

2015 season highlights: Wallrapp played in all eight games for the Mules, finishing the season with 13 tackles, two sacks, and four tackles for a loss.

2014 season highlights: Wallrapp played on the defensive line for the Mules and finished the season with two tackles.

2013 season highlights: Wallrapp played in seven games for the Mules in his first season and finished the season with six tackles (three solo).

Before Colby:

Henry played football, basketball, and was on the track and field team at the American School. He was a two-time all-conference selection in football, all-conference in basketball, and a shot put silver medalist.

95 Joshua Levinger '18Northfield Mount Hermon School Concord, Mass.

Joshua is an Economics-Mathematics major with a concentration in Financial Markets at Colby.

2015 season highlights: Levinger played linebacker and finished the season with one tackle. He was on the NESCAC Fall All-Academic Team.

2014 season highlights: Levinger saw limited time at linebacker in his first season with the Mules.

Before Colby:

Levinger graduated from Northfield Mount Hermon School.

96 AJ Carrigan '19Saint Johns Preparatory School Swampscott, Mass.

AJ has not decided on a major at Colby.

2015 season highlights: AJ played on the defensive line for the Mules.

Before Colby:

AJ graduated from St. John's Prep, played football, and was a National Honor Society member.

97 Sam Gomez '18Saint Johns Preparatory School North Reading, Mass.

Sam is an American Studies major.

2015 season highlights: Gomez played at defensive tackle in his sophomore season, finishing the year with six tackles and 0.5 sacks.

2014 season highlights: Gomez played limited time for the Mules on the defensive line and finished the season with one tackle.

Before Colby:

Sam played football at St. John's Prep.


* indicates team captain