Senior defensive back Dominque Williams of Brockton, Mass. earns annual honor
As a two-sport star (football and track), he is one of the quickest members of a defensive backfield in the entire BIG EAST?was moved to DB in 1998 and has never looked back?an all-star contender in 2000?he finished third in the 60-meter dash at the 2000 BIG EAST Track & Field Championships.
Started in all 12 games?registered 75 tackles (60 unassisted), three of which were behind the line, during the regular season?three sacks, recorded two interceptions, broke up four passes, forced two fumbles and blocked two kicks on the season?seven solo tackles in the bowl game?credited with seven tackles and a forced fumble against Notre Dame?had seven tackles (six unassisted) against West Virginia?notched seven unassisted tackles against Syracuse?strong game against Pittsburgh; of his eight tackles, six were unassisted, and blocked a kick?recorded eight tackles, six unassisted, in the Northeastern game?had two interceptions, the first ones of his career, against Rutgers?registered six tackles, one of which was behind the line, and forced a fumble against Baylor?a versatile athlete, he also has been a sprinter on the Eagles' track team.
Started all 11 games for the Eagles...totaled 54 tackles on the year (36 solo)...season-high 10 versus Miami...registered seven against Georgia Tech...made six stops versus Temple...tallied four pass deflections and a QB hurry against Rutgers?was moved to defensive back for 1998 season.
Earned All-County and All-Conference honors as a senior tailback at Armwood High School...served as team captain...led his team to an 8-2 record as a junior and a 10-1 record as a senior...established school records for most career touchdowns, single-game receptions and longest run from scrimmage (92 yards)...rushed for 730 yards on 16 carries as a senior; also made 21 receptions for 340 yards in 1996 ...as a junior, rushed for 700 yards and added 207 receiving yards...scored 20 touchdowns in his final two seasons...played for head coach Sean Callahan...also excelled on the school's track team, serving as captain and earning team MVP accolades; was clocked at 10.8 in the 100 meters as a junior.
Jonathan David Ordway, born October 19, 1978...nicknamed "The Bullet"...enrolled in the Carroll School of Management...an honor roll student with perfect attendance in high school...Jonathan and his sisters Lauren and Sara are the children of Lamonica and Larry Ordway.