WORCESTER, Mass. – Worcester State University's junior quarterback, Noah Brum (Honolulu, Hawaii) has been named the Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference (MASCAC) co-offensive player of the week, as announced by the league Sunday afternoon.
Brum threw for 364 yards with a Lancers single-game record-high 77.8 completion percentage (28-of-36) and tied a school record with five passing touchdowns in the Lancers' 48-0 shutout over Massachusetts Maritime on Saturday.
Brum averaged 10.1 yards per attempt and threw touchdown passes for four, four, 11, 24, and 30 yards in the first three quarters.
Brum currently leads the league in completions (214), attempts (330), yards (2,438), yards per game (304.8), and touchdowns (25). He is second in the league with a 64.8 season completion percentage.
The football team is back in action this weekend as they travel to Bridgewater State for a 12 noon game.