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Men D2 Gamebreakers the Last Two Weeks

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Men D2 Gamebreakers the Last Two Weeks

Shea Wagner for the Maine Black Bears.

As we enter the Men's D2 college playoffs, let's take a look at who stood tall over the last couple of weeks in conference finals and play-in games.

We try to avoid repeat Gamebreakers but this week we have a couple. Well, good players seem to make an impression.

Zack Nkadi, Loyola Chicago

He was an excellent No. 8 and then they asked him to be an excellent inside center, and he did that, and helped lead Loyola to a Play-in victory over MSU Mankato.

Erik Rosenmeier, Vermont

The flyhalf and goalkicker for UVM he ran an impressive attack as the Catamounts beat the US Merchant Marine Academy in last week's play-in.

Calvin Schwandt, Grand Valley State

The GVSU scrumhalf scampered over for three tries as the Lakers beat Miami in last week's play-ins.

Shane McEvoy, Scranton

The lock unleashed a series powerful carries to push back UVA to lead the Royals over the Volunteers.

Shea Wagner, Maine

Wagner scored an early try, got himself a yellow card, and then came back to kick the game-winning penalty to get the Maine Black Bears past Norwich to win the NEWCRC.

Tomas Falcon, Marist

The Red Foxes flanker led the defensive effort for Marist as they beat Albany in the Liberty final.

Aubrey Aird, Georgetown

The Hoyas No. 8 scored three tries in the MARC final win over Villanova.

Jacob Thornberry, UNC-Wilmington

The UNC-W No. 8 scored four tries as the Seahawks beat Appalachian State to clinch the Southern Conference.