Sunday, June 19, 2016

Special day for pair of UConn incoming freshmen

The new members of the UConn football team are heading to campus today to embark on their freshmen seasons with the Huskies. However, before arriving both Noel Brouse and Tyler Coyle had some work yet to be done.

Brouse had a pair of sacks as the Pennsylvania team defeated Maryland 26-14 in the Big 33 Classic.

Brouse was originally slated to play offensive line but coaches decided to move him to defensive end. Brouse got the start and was a part of a dominating defensive effort.

While Brouse was in Hersheypark Park Stadium winning the final high school game of his career, Coyle was at North Carolna A&T University helping his Windsor High School 4x200 relay team win a national title.

Coyle ran the second leg as Windsor finished with a time of 1:27.03 to take home the title at the New Balance Outdoor Track and Field Nationals. He also ran the second leg on the 4x100 relay team which qualified for today's championship with the fifth-best qualifying time of 41.71. The final is set for today at 5:30 p.m.


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