Penn Football Announces All-Bagnoli Team

All-Bagnoli Team

This past summer we set out to determine what Quakers that have played from 1992 through today are the best-of-the-best. With the help of the Penn football office and key alumni, we have compiled the All-Bagnoli Team.

With a criteria of being an All-Ivy selection, voting opened on July 14 and closed at 11:59:59 p.m. on Nov. 1. More than 1,000 Red and Blue faithful logged on to vote with the final vote count coming to 1,166.

“I am glad that we were able to have some fun with this,” Head Coach Al Bagnoli commented. “I was impressed with the volumne of activity and how tightly contested some of the positions were. I feel very fortunate to have been able to coach such a deep and talented group of players, all of which has had such a significant and positive impact on our teams throughout my tenure.”

Without further delay, here is the All-Bagnoli Team:

Quarterback (1)
Mike Mitchell - 44.1%

Running Backs (2)
Jim Finn - 38.8%
Kris Ryan - 28.4%
Fullback (1)
BrianCosmello - 60.9%

Wide Receivers (2)
Rob Milanese - 38.3%
Miles Macik - 32.3%
Tight End (1)
Ben Zagorski - 58.8%
Offensive Linemen (5)
Jeff Hatch - 14.1%
Chris Clark - 12.9%
John Zepeda - 12.0%
Matt Dukes - 11.5%
Carmelo Rubano - 11.4%

Defensive Linemen (3)
John Galan - 23.8%
Ed Galan - 23.6%
Mitch Marrow - 17.3%

Defensive Ends (2)
Chris Pennington - 35.4%
Tom McGarrity - 26.4%

Linebackers (4)
Travis Belden - 18.6%
Steve Lhotak - 18.2%
Pat Goodwillie - 15.2%
Darren McDonald - 14.6%

Defensive Backs (4)
Vince Alexander - 16.3%
Joey Alofaitulli - 10.4%
Joe Piela - 8.7%
John Bishop - 8.5%

Kicker (1)
Jason Feinberg - 42.5%

Punter (1)
Rob Sims - 57.0%

Punt/Kick Off Returner (1)
Joe Piela - 52.6%

Team (1)
2002 - 26.4%

Current Quakers on Ballot
Josh Appell - P (2nd)
Dan Castles - WR (3rd)
Sam Mathews - RB (4th)
Ric San Doval - LB (6th)
Duvol Thompson - DB (7th)

Download: all-bagnoli team.pdf