-- Courtesy of the New England Football Writers Association --
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- New Hampshire freshman quarterback Max Brosmer and Wesleyan sophomore quarterback David Estevez are this week's recipients of the New England Football Writers Association Gold Helmet Awards presented by the Jack Grinold Eastern Massachusetts Chapter of the National Football Foundation.
Brosmer, a native of Roswell, Ga. and a graduate of Centennial High School, threw for a career-high 276 yards and three touchdowns as the Wildcats overcame a 13-point halftime deficit to post a 28-20 victory over 11th-ranked Villanova. Estevez, a native of River Edge, N.J. and a graduate of River Dell Regional High School, accounted for all four touchdowns with two rushing scores, a 52-yard pass and a 94-yard kickoff return in the Cardinals' 27-21 overtime triumph over Williams.
For the fifth straight year, the Jack Grinold Eastern Massachusetts Chapter of the National Football Foundation is the presenting sponsor for both the weekly and end-of-year Gold Helmet Awards presented to student-athletes from FBS, FCS, Division II and Division III institutions throughout New England.
For more information on the Gold Helmet Awards and the New England Football Writers Association, please visit www.newenglandfootballwriters.com, which includes weekly preview information submitted from teams across all divisions. For more information on the Grinold Chapter, please visit www.grinoldchapter.com.