Aquinas has to replace its quarterback and running back, but coach Jordan Brusig has talent to work with. Here’s an inside look at the 2019 Falcons.
2018 IN REVIEW
10-2, first place in Ambassador League, Division 5 quarterfinalist (lost 12-7 to Palos Verdes)
Jordan Brusig, fifth season
Overall record: 44-10
Offense – 3. Defense – 2.
#1 Terence Fall – WR, CB Sr. 6-2, 185
#28 Oscar Montenegro – OLB, WR Sr. 5-11, 175
#4 Sione Lolohea – DE, DT Sr. 6-3
#25 Terayon Sweet – RB, OLB Sr. 5-11, 190
#51 Malosi Siania – NG, G Sr. 5-9, 235
THREE TO SEE
Terence Fall – WR, CB
Holds an offer from BYU.
Oscar Montenegro – OLB, WR
Made 10 tackles for loss last season ands recovered two fumbles.
Sione Lolohea – DE, DT
Has six scholarship offers and LSU could be number seven.
Aquinas will be very young and has to replace its quarterback and running back tandem from last season. There is a lot of talent here and Jordan Brusig has only lost 10 games in his previous four years; the Falcons aren’t going anywhere.
Aquinas will compete, but a run at the division crown seems unlikely.