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Clarence Megwa

Binghamton, NY

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 214


2009 Season
Appeared in all 13 games...caught two passes for 14 yards against Kent State...caught a 22-yard pass in the season opener against Northeastern...recipient of the Orrie T. Scarminach '71 Memorial Athletic Scholarship.

2008 Season
Caught nine passes for 66 yards before losing the rest of his season to a broken leg against Clemson...caught two passes for 13 yards against the Tigers...registered two receptions for 12 yards at North Carolina...had a catch of 14 yards against Virginia Tech...caught two passes for 12 yards at NC State...had one catch for six yards against Georgia Tech...registered one catch for nine yards against Kent State.

2007 Season
Had 30 receptions for 353 yards and 2 touchdowns...played in all 14 games...averaged 11.8 yards per catch...had a 17-yard grab in BC's win over Michigan State in the Champs Sports Bowl... in the ACC Championship game against Virginia Tech, brought in three Matt Ryan passes for 27 yards, including a long 13-yard reception...continued to out-do his career bests by pulling in four catches for a career-high 67 yards and his second touchdown of the season...his touchdown came as a 20-yard grab in the fourth quarter in the Eagles' final regular-season game, giving the team a 21-14 edge over Miami...also brought in a career-long 23-yard Matt Ryan pass in the second quarter and made his first career tackle...topped his career-best performance at Notre Dame by compiling six clutch catches for 60 yards, contributing to BC's thrilling fourth-quarter drives that led to a comeback victory at Clemson and a trip to the ACC Championship ...brought in one of Matt Ryan's 25 passes in the come-from-behind win at Virginia Tech...notched career highs in receptions and yardage, catching five passes for 56 yards, ranking second on the team in reception yards in the win over Notre Dame...recorded his first career start as wide receiver against Bowling Green...responded by catching two passes for 26 yards, including an 18-yard reception...registered 16 yards on two receptions in game vs. UMass...became one of 10 receivers who put together a 371-yard receiving performance in outing against Army...caught the ball two times for 15 total yards in win...had a solid outing in win over Georgia Tech, catching three passes for 42 yards...was one of four Eagles to catch a touchdown pass in the season-opening win vs. Wake Forest; hauled in a 22-yarder from Matt Ryan, his only reception on the day, that knotted the score at 21-21 shortly before halftime.

2006 Season
Played in all 13 contests...made 12 catches for 126 yards...had two catches for 30 yards in collegiate debut at Central Michigan...had two catches for five yards against Maine...had career-high 35 receiving yards on two catches against Virginia Tech...made one catch for seven yards at Florida State...made two catches for 15 yards against Buffalo...had two catches for 22 yards at Wake Forest...caught one pass for 12 yards against Duke.

2005 Season

High School
Earned All-State fourth-team honors as a senior wide receiver/defensive back at Binghamton High School ... gained All-East honors from Tom Lemming ... was a two-time Section 4 Division I all-star selection ... helped Binghamton capture two Section 4 titles ... ran for 663 yards and 13 touchdowns in 2004; registered 215 receiving yards and caught four touchdown passes ... made 11 career interceptions, returning seven for touchdowns ... served as team captain for head coach Doug Stento ... selected to play in the Governor's Bowl; the game, which matches the best seniors from New York and New Jersey, was played on June 12 at Rutgers ... caught a 47-yard touchdown pass in the Ernie Davis Classic (for exceptional seniors) ... also participated on Binghamton's track and basketball teams.

Clarence C. Megwa, born January 17, 1987 ... enrolled in the Carroll School of Management ... Clarence is the youngest of Perpetua and Christopher Megwa's three children.

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