Shaq Brittingham earns the final NJAC Defensive Player of the Week selection after helping No. 10 Wesley secure a 58-21 win over Framingham State in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament. In the first postseason game of his collegiate career, he tallied seven total tackles, including two solo stops and 2.5 tackles for a loss. He also registered 1.5 of Wesley's six sacks in a contest in which the Wolverine defense forced four Framingham turnovers. The third different Wolverine to be named NJAC Defensive Player of the Week this season, Brittingham has accumulated 13 total tackles in four games played this season.
Marcellus Pack earns the final NJAC Special Teams Player of the Week honor after helping Wesley get on the scoreboard on the very first play of the game during a 58-21 NCAA Tournament win over Framingham State. He returned the opening kickoff 84 yards for a touchdown to give his squad the early lead. He also registered a 50-yard kickoff return later in the game, finishing the day with an average of 67.0 yards per attempt on two kickoff returns. A first-team all-conference selection at running back, Pack currently leads the NJAC in kickoff return average (27.2).
Drew Fry earns NJAC Offensive Rookie of the Week honors for the second consecutive week after lead- ing No. 10 Wesley to a 58-21 opening round win in the NCAA Tournament. In the first start of his collegiate career on the national stage, he completed 24-of-28 passes for a career-high 345 yards and five passing touchdowns. He led his squad to touchdowns on each of its first three drives of the game, and he also threw for two more first half scores to stake the Wolverines to a 44-7 half- time lead. The five passing TDs by Fry are the most by any NJAC player in a game this season.