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Shelton-Mosley, Brady Earn Gold Helmets After All-Around Performances

Shelton-Mosley, Brady Earn Gold Helmets After All-Around Performances

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. –Wide receiver Justice Shelton-Mosley of Harvard and running back Chance Brady of Tufts have been awarded New England Football Writers' Association Gold Helmets, sponsored by the Jack Grinold Eastern Massachusetts Chapter of the National Football Foundation, after posting monster days on the gridiron in leading their respective teams to victory on Nov. 7.

There was little Justice Shelton-Mosley couldn't do on the gridiron in Harvard's 24-16 win at Columbia, amassing 270 all-purpose yards, including 131 receiving yards and 121 punt return yards for two touchdowns. The Sacramento, California native hauled in a 26-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter to give Harvard a 14-0 lead and found the end zone again in the fourth quarter, returning an 86-yard punt to the house to give the Crimson a commanding 24-3 lead. Shelton-Mosley's break-out game paced Hard to win its 22nd-straight game, including its program-record 16th consecutive Ivy League game and 14th-straight road triumph. This award to Shelton-Mosley was the first time in Harvard football history that it was given to a freshman. 

Tuft's Chance Brady powered the Jumbos ground-attack to a 28-10 victory at Colby College, rushing for 212 yards and two touchdowns while adding another 49 yards on two receptions, securing Tufts first winning season since 2007. Brady's first score came with in the opening quarter from 35-yards out and he later scampered for a 49-yard touchdown in the second quarter to give Tufts a 14-0 edge. The Haverhill, Mass native finished with 176 yards in the first half en route to recording the first 200-yard game by a Jumbo since 2001, while running his total touchdown count to 11 on the season, two scores shy of the program record.

 

 Date

 Division I

 Division II/III

 Sept. 8

 Sept. 15

 Sept. 21

 Sept. 29

 Oct. 7

 Oct. 14

 Oct. 21

 Oct. 28

 Nov. 4

 Nov. 11

 Bryant Shirreffs, QB, Connecticut

 Connor Caveny, DL, Sacred Heart

 Chad Ward, WR, Bryant University

 Victor Williams, WR, Dartmouth

 Dalyn Williams, QB, Dartmouth

 Alexander Jette, WR, Brown

 Peter Pujals, QB, Holy Cross

 Scott Hosch, QB, Harvard

 Arkeel Newsome, RB, Connecticut

 Justice Shelton-Mosley, WR, Harvard 

 Donovan Phanor, DB, Stonehill

 Matt Silva, QB, Framingham State

 John Doyon, LB, Maine Maritime

 Matt Foltz, QB, Stonehill

 Mark Behne, DB, Coast Guard

 Will Arndt, QB, Western Connecticut

 Sonny Puzzo, QB, Trinity

 Riley Cote, QB, Curry

 Matt Silva, QB, Framingham State

 Chance Brady, RB, Tufts

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. –Wide receiver Justice Shelton-Mosley of Harvard and running back Chance Brady of Tufts have been awarded New England Football Writers' Association Gold Helmets, sponsored by the Jack Grinold Eastern Massachusetts Chapter of the National Football Foundation, after posting monster days on the gridiron in leading their respective teams to victory on Nov. 7.

There was little Justice Shelton-Mosley couldn't do on the gridiron in Harvard's 24-16 win at Columbia, amassing 270 all-purpose yards, including 131 receiving yards and 121 punt return yards for two touchdowns. The Sacramento, California native hauled in a 26-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter to give Harvard a 14-0 lead and found the end zone again in the fourth quarter, returning an 86-yard punt to the house to give the Crimson a commanding 24-3 lead. Shelton-Mosley's break-out game paced Hard to win its 22nd-straight game, including its program-record 16th consecutive Ivy League game and 14th-straight road triumph.

Tuft's Chance Brady powered the Jumbos ground-attack to a 28-10 victory at Colby College, rushing for 212 yards and two touchdowns while adding another 49 yards on two receptions, securing Tufts first winning season since 2007. Brady's first score came with in the opening quarter from 35-yards out and he later scampered for a 49-yard touchdown in the second quarter to give Tufts a 14-0 edge. The Haverhill, Mass native finished with 176 yards in the first half en route to recording the first 200-yard game by a Jumbo since 2001, while running his total touchdown count to 11 on the season, two scores shy of the program record.

Date

Division I

Division II/III

Sept. 8

Sept. 15

Sept. 21

Sept. 29

Oct. 7

Oct. 14

Oct. 21

Oct. 28

Nov. 4

Bryant Shirreffs, QB, Connecticut

Connor Caveny, DL, Sacred Heart

Chad Ward, WR, Bryant University

Victor Williams, WR, Dartmouth


Dalyn Williams, QB, Dartmouth

Alexander Jette, WR, Brown

Peter Pujals, QB, Holy Cross

Scott Hosch, QB, Harvard

Arkeel Newsome, RB, Connecticut

Donovan Phanor, DB, Stonehill

Matt Silva, QB, Framingham State

John Doyon, LB, Maine Maritime

Matt Foltz, QB, Stonehill

Mark Behne, DB, Coast Guard

Will Arndt, QB, Western Connecticut

Sonny Puzzo, QB, Trinity

Riley Cote, QB, Curry

Matt Silva, QB, Framingham State


Nov. 11      Justice Shelton-Mosley, WR, Harvard Chance Brady, RB, Tufts

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