Football Names 12 to All-NJAC Team

Pitman, N.J. (11/18/16) – Twelve members of the Kean University football team were selected to the NJAC All-Conference teams as announced today by the conference office and voted on by the league's head coaches.

The defensive unit saw five members named to the first-team in Robert Meade III, Darin Hungerford, Stephan Lewis, Austin Davis and David Coleman Jr.

The second-team had three members of the offense (Brian Matthews, Joe Bick, Justin Rodriguez) as well as Vaughn Scott on special teams as a returner.

LeRon Dillard, Peter Lejawa, Aryeh Moslavi rounded out the selections on the honorable mention squad.

Davis is currently ranked in the Top 50 nationally in passes defended and interceptions.  This season he led the NJAC in interceptions and closes out his career with 15 overall.

Hungerford, who was named NJAC Defensive Player of the Week three times this fall, leads the NJAC in tackles per game and is the only player to register 100 tackles in the conference during the regular season.  He is second in the nation in fumbles recovered and fourth in tackles for a loss, while having six games with double digit tackles this fall.

Meade is ranked in the Top 100 nationally in forced fumbles.  He is also found in the Top 10 in the NJAC in tackles and interceptions.

Lewis finished 11th in the conference in total tackles this fall. 

Coleman is currently 63rd in the nation in forced fumbles.  He is also in the Top 20 in the conference in tackles, while finishing fifth in interceptions.  He scored his first collegiate touchdown in Kean's ECAC Bowl win over SUNY Cortland while playing offense for this first time.

Matthews was recently named the ECAC Chapman Bowl MVP.  He is 27th in the nation in rushing yards, 39th in rushing yards per game and 76th in all-purpose yards.  He also had six games with 100+ rushing yards this season.

Scott is named to the all-conference team as both a punt and kick returner.  He is 45th in the nation in combined kick returns and 82nd in punt returns.

Bick and Rodriguez were a part of an offensive line that helped Kean rush for over 1,800 yards this season with almost 3,600 yards of total offense. 

Moslavi is currently 26th in the nation in field goals per game, while 54th in field goal percentage.

Lejawa started every game this season and finished with 24 tackles and a forced fumble.

Dillard rounds out the selections in his wide receiver role, leading the team with 37 for 450 yards and two touchdowns.