The senior logged 7.5 tackles for a loss of 39 yards in 2014
Three members of the offensive line capture honors
Graduate center Andy Gallik named to first team
Chase Rettig threw for 264 yards and two second-half touchdowns.
WUJCIAK'S CAREER HIGHS
NOTES: Named to the Outland Trophy watch list before the start of the 2015 season.
2014 (JUNIOR): Started all 13 games ... earned All-Atlantic Coast Conference third-team honors from the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association and the league's head coaches ... registered 33 tackles, including 18 solo stops ... third on the Eagles with 7.5 tackles for a loss of 39 yards ... also tallied three sacks for a loss of 29 yards ... member of the BC defense that ranked second in the nation, allowing just 94.5 rushing yards per game ... matched a career-high seven tackles with tackle for a loss of two yards against Pittsburgh (Sept. 5) ... registered a sack for a loss of 18 yards and forced a fumble at NC State (Oct. 11) ... tallied notched two solo tackles, including one for a loss of two yards, at Wake Forest (Oct. 25) ... registered four tackles (two solo), including a sack for a loss of five yards, and blocked a field-goal attempts at Virginia Tech (Nov. 1) ... tallied two unassisted tackles against Louisville (Nov. 8) and at No. 1 Florida State (Nov. 22) and recorded a tackle for a loss of four yards against the Seminoles ... recorded four tackles (two solo) and 1.5 tackles for a loss of six yards and a sack for a loss of six against Syracuse (Nov. 29) ... notched three tackles in the New Era Pinstripe Bowl against Penn State (Dec. 27) ... named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2013 (SOPHOMORE): Appeared in all 13 games ... started in nine ... registered 24 tackles, including 10 solo tackles, two tackles for loss and one forced fumble ... recorded four tackles and one tackle for loss and a forced fumble against Wake Forest (Sept. 6) ... registered two tackles (one solo) at USC (Sept. 14)...assisted on a tackle and had 0.5 tackles for loss against Florida State (Sept. 28)...assisted on a tackle against Army (Oct. 5)...had a solo takedown at Clemson (Oct. 12)...registered two tackles, 0.5 tackles for loss and a pass breakup at North Carolina (Oct. 26)...had four tackles (one solo) at New Mexico State (Nov. 9)...notched three solo takedowns at Maryland (Nov. 23)...tallied two solo tackles and assisted on a tackle at Syracuse (Nov. 30).
2012 (FRESHMAN): Appeared in 10 games ... started five games at defensive tackle -- Florida State (Oct. 13), Georgia Tech (Oct. 20), Maryland (Oct. 27), Wake Forest (Nov. 3), and Notre Dame (Nov. 10) ... recorded 24 tackles, including a season-high seven tackles at Wake Forest ... notched six stops, including one tackle for loss, versus Maryland ... recorded four tackles and blocked a 22-yard field goal attempt against Georgia Tech ... tallied two tackles at Army (Oct. 6) and against Notre Dame.
HIGH SCHOOL: Earned All-State honors (All Groups and Non-Public) as a senior defensive end/fullback at Seton Hall Prep ... gained Essex County Defensive Player of the Year accolades ... selected to the New Jersey Football Coaches Association Super 100 ... captured Chuck Mound Big Time Defensive Lineman of the Year honors ... also earned All-Super Essex Conference plaudits ... recorded 100 tackles and 10 sacks in 2010; on offense, averaged 15.3 yards per carry and 21.6 yards per catch ... team finished with a 10-1 mark in 2010 ... registered 64 stops, 11 sacks and three fumble recoveries as a junior; also blocked one punt and one field-goal attempt ... played for head coach John Finnegan ... also played on the Pirates' basketball team.
PERSONAL: Connor Michael Wujciak ... graduated with a communication degree in the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences ... enrolled in the Woods School of Advancing Studies in a history program ... Connor is the son of Erin and Alan Wujciak; has an older brother and a younger sister ... his father played offensive guard on Notre Dame's 1973 national championship team; his brother, Alex, was a three-time All-ACC selection at linebacker at Maryland (2008-10).