MARSHFIELD, Mass. – Castleton University football's Moe Harris was named the Eastern Collegiate Football Conference Special Teams Player of the Week, as announced by the league office on Monday afternoon.
Harris had a 91-yard kickoff return for a touchdown, the third of his career and second-longest runback in his time as a Spartan. In total, he returned six kicks for 198 yards, good for an average of 33.0 yards per return. The senior standout also added one touchdown rushing and another touchdown receiving for a three-score day for Castleton as the offense erupted for 33 points in a loss at Misericordia.
This is the first time a Castleton player has received weekly recognition from the ECFC this season, and Harris's first weekly accolade since winning Rookie of the Week seven times as a freshman.
Castleton returns to Dave Wolk Stadium for the first time in over a month on Saturday as it plays host to Anna Maria in its ECFC opener. Kickoff is slated for 2 p.m.