Oct. 31 – CLEVELAND, Ohio – Thanks to his efforts in leading the Hiram College football team to a 42-14 victory over Allegheny College on Saturday, junior running back Danny Robinson has been named the North Coast Athletic Conference's Offensive Player of the Week, announced the NCAC on Monday.
Robinson led all players with 226 rushing yards on just 14 carries, marking a career high in both yards, and yards per carry (16.1). He tallied two touchdowns over 60+ yards, scoring from 81-yards out on his first score, before finding the end zone on a 60-yard scamper in the second half.
The junior tailback helped lead the Terriers to a season-high 541 yards of total offense, including 338 rushing yards.
Robinson now leads all Hiram players with 578 yards on the season, while averaging 72.3 yards per game. His two scores were also the first two of the season, giving him 10-career rushing scores.
His 226 yards also marked the sixth time in his three-year career that he has amassed at least 100-yards in a game. His previous career high of 145 yards also came on just 14 totes on September 13, 2014, in a win over Denison.
Robinson and the Terriers will be back in action on Saturday, November 5 as they travel to Wooster, Ohio to take on the Fighting Scots. The game is scheduled for a 1p.m. kick.