Three Sprint Football Players Earn CSFL Weekly Honors

PHILADELPHIA - Three members of Penn's sprint football team were recognized by the Collegiate Sprint Football League (CSFL) this week for their performances in Friday's 50-15 win over the Princeton Tigers.

Senior captain Mike Loguidice was named Offensive Player of the Week for his outstanding performance atquarterback in the win. He went 9-for13 passing, and threw four touchdown passes to four different receivers. He leads theCSFL with six touchdown passes so far this season. Loguidice finished the game with 105 yards passing, and led a balanced attack against the Tigers.

Junior nose guard Andrew Migdail garnered Defensive Player of the Week honors for his performance on the line of scrimmage. Migdail had three solo tackles and two sacks in the game, forcing a loss of 22 combined yards. Even when Migdail wasn’t picking up tackles or sacks, his ability to clog the middle allowed his teammates to finish off plays.

And junior Tomas Altamirano wasgiven the Special Teams Player of the Weeknod. Though he had a touchdown pass against Princeton, it was his play on special teams that caught people's attention. Altamirano returned nine punts for 170 total yards, giving his teammates great field position every time he touched the ball. He also returned a kickoff for 28 yards.

The sprint football team will turnits eyes to CSFL powerhouse Army, as host the Black Knightsat Franklin Field on Saturday,Oct. 14 at 7 p.m.