The Wyoming Area Football Parents Association is pleased to announce the availability of ON LINE SHOPPING to benefit the Warrior Football Teams. Please visit our on line store to view and make a purchase! Items available include sweatshirts, shirts, hats, and a duffle bag.
Please note that the Shut up and Play T Shirt is the signature shirt. All varsity and junior high players will be provided with a signature shirt by the Wyoming Area Football Parents' Association. However, the shirt is available for purchase by parents, friends, and family. If you place an order for this shirt, the company will contact you to ask if you would like to order the Varsity Shirt (grades 10,11,12) or the Junior High / Freshman Shirt (grades 7,8,9).
Proceeds from the baseball hats will benefit Medical Oncology Associates Prescription Assistance Fund. All other proceeds will benefit the Wyoming Area Football Players. The On Line Store will be available today through Friday, October 9th.
DeLuca named "Player to Watch" by Coaches Association
The Pennsylvania Scholastic Football Coaches Association (PSFCA) has announced their 'Hot 100 Junior' and Sophomore Watch list. Twenty-Four District 2 players were named. See list at: Northeastpafootball.com
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Rich Musinski, Football, 2004 Rich Musinski will be forever known as one of the most dynamic playmakers in William and Mary history. He graduated in 2004 as the school record holder in receptions (224), receiving yards (4,168) and receiving touchdowns (31).
Additionally, his average yards per reception (18.6) is the highest among Tribe players with more than 75 career catches. He also is the school record holder in 100-yard receiving games in career (21) and had at least two catches in 44 consecutive games – every career start. He is the single game record holder for receptions (13 vs. URI, 2003) and he is the only player in school history to post two, 1,000-yard receiving seasons (two – 2001-02).
His sophomore year (2001) is simply one of greatest single-season performances in school history, as he AVERAGED 23.6 yards a catch over 56 receptions for 1,393 yards and 12 TDs (team also won league title).
Musinski is the only receiver in school history to be named to First-Team All-League honors three straight years (2001-03) and be named Rookie of the Year (2000) – he graduated with total of 5 all-league honors (3rd Team Return Specialist in 2002).
He was as a First-Team Coaches Association All-American in 2003 and accounted for 39% of team’s TOTAL receiving yards during the four-year span of his career. Brought in 43% of team’s total receiving yards over his last three seasons (2001-03) and ended his career third all-time in career punt return yardage (538 on 55 attempts; 9.8 yards per attempt – currently ranks 4th).
The Tribe was 13-8, all-time, when he broke 100-yard barrier and he went over the 100-yards barrier 19 times in last 32 career games. An incredible 141 of his last 185 career catches went for first downs (76.2 percent).He never missed a start in his 44 game career and was named team captain in senior year (2003).
In the league record books, he graduated as CAA’s all-time leader in career receiving yards (4,168) – Currently 2nd, while his 224 career receptions ranked seventh (no longer in Top 10). His 31 career TDs receptions ranked tied for seventh all-time (now 9th) and his 116.1 yds per game average in 2001 ranked as the fourth-best single season in league history (now ranks sixth).
At his graduation, his being a three-time first-team all-conference selection (2001-03), made him one of only three other players in league history to have earned first team all-league honors three times in career.
Musinski’s career resonated in the NCAA Division I-AA record books as well, as he finished third all-time in career receiving yards and is currently 10th. His career average of 93.3 yards/game ranked 12th all-time (currently 18th) and he graduated as one of only three players to go over the 4,000-yard career receiving yards barrier, now one of only 11.