PHILADELPHIA - Subsequent to the Quakers' 57-7 triumph over Princeton last Friday, sprint football's running back Mike Bagnoli, linebacker Michael McMullen, and kicker Raiam Dos Santos earned the CSFL's Offensive, Defensive, and Special Teams Player of the Week honors, respectively.
Bagnoli, of Madison Conn., rushed for 172 yards and three touchdowns in Penn's victory. His first scoring run came from 36 yards out and gave the Quakers a 13-0 lead. Bagnoli's other two scoring runs in the second quarter put the game away for the Red and Blue. Bagnoli now leads the CSFL in rushing with 399 yards in two games.
With one of the biggest plays in the rout, McMullen, a senior from Voorhees, N.J., forced a Princeton fumble on the Tigers' eight-yard line and ran it in for the score, giving the Quakers a 19-0 first quarter lead. He also made five tackles and had a sack in the win.
A native of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Santos punted twice and averaged 53-yards in Penn's victory. The junior nailed a 66-yard punt, pinning the Tigers inside the 20. Santos also figured in the scoring as he booted a 39-yard field goal.
The Quakers (2-0) look to remain undefeated when they host Mansfield Friday at 7 p.m. on Franklin Field