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Gamebreakers Men's D1 College

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Gamebreakers Men's D1 College

JD Farrell going in for a try for Marian. Photo Marian Rugby.

Well the Gamebreakers are back! 

Here's a look at some of the D1 men's college players who stood out this week.

AJ Ayres, Louisville

Three tries and a strong defensive effort saw outside center Ayres lead Louisville to a win over Cincinnati.

JD Farrell, Marian

The Knights loose forward is an athletic and dynamic player for Marian Rugby, has a high work rate and is a smart player also. He led the way in Marian's win over Purdue and he also ran the lineout well.

Jonny Haley, Army

In a close game with Queens, Haley's perfect night kicking for goal ensured that Army kept the Royals at arm's length and led the Black Knights to a 28-12 victory.

Ivan Delgado, Western Michigan

The WMU front-rower scored two tries in a key win for the Broncos over Pitt.

Josh Jones, IUPUI

The Jaguars fullback was a counter-attacking threat throughout as IUPUI beat Ohio 36-14.

Colin Brady and Danny Enright, Fairfield University

The scrumhalf-flyhalf combo of Brady and Enright ran a very potent offensive attack that saw Fairfield defeat Iona.

Lewis Gray, Navy

Gray was a thrilling attacking threat for the Midshipmen, scoring four tries as Navy defeated Mount St. Mary's.

Tobey Barnfield-Lee and Lloyd Stephens, Mary Washington

The two UMW flankers led the defensive effort as the Mothers shut out Southern Virginia.

PJ O'Reilly, Kutztown

A try and another 11 points from the boot saw O'Reilly set the tone as KU beat Penn State.

Liam Heanue, Binghamton

In his team's 33-5 win over Albany, Heanue scored three tries.

Luis Camacho, Southern Nazarene

A freshman who is also in the US Marine Corps, Camacho scored a try for SNU against John Brown and also was a monster on defense and in the breakdown.

Alex Null, Davenport

Defensive pressure led the way for Davenport's victory over Indiana, and putting the pressure on the Hoosiers was flanker Alex Null, who was a ferocious tackler, good on the jackle, and ran well also.

Joe Iye, Wheeling University

In Wheeling's victory over Aquinas, Iye scored two tries, three conversions for 16 points.

Kevin Lacy, South Carolina

The Gamecocks' fullback slotted two late penalty goals to see his side past Georgia 25-22.

Sean Moran, Notre Dame

The senior center (pictured above left) followed up his hat trick against Purdue with another one against Michigan. He also set up a 95-meter breakaway try to seal the game.

Kieran Creighton, SUNY Cortland

The Cortland flyhalf ran the kicking game, keeping Stony Brook pinned back in a tense 35-31 win.