W&J’s Wolf receives number of postseason honors
A remarkable sophomore season is getting Washington & Jefferson football player Andrew Wolf all kinds of postseason attention.
Wolf was quite a catch for the Presidents.
The Ashland, Ohio native was chosen as a first-team All-American by both the Associated Press and the American Football Coaches Association.
On Friday, he was named to the All-Eastern College Athletic Conference First Team.
Wolf (6-1, 185) pulled in 79 receptions and led all of Division III with 1,339 receiving yards and 21 touchdowns.
The touchdown total is a school and Presidents Athletic Conference record.
His big-play ability helped lead the Presidents to a 9-2 record and a conference title. W&J has 35 straight winning seasons, the third-longest active streak in college football behind Linfield (63) and Mount Union (40).
W&J’s Zac Quattrone and Phillip Bobich also made the All-ECAC First Team. Quattrone, a senior defensive back out of Serra Catholic, had 69 tackles and a PAC-best six interceptions. The Presidents picked off 19 passes as a team.
Bobich, a senior lineman from Aliquippa, helped W&J rack up 456.7 yards and 37.3 points per game.
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