Football Places League-Leading 20 Players on CAA Academic All-Conference Team

RICHMOND, Va. – The University of New Hampshire football program boasted a league-high 20 members of the 2011 CAA Academic All-Conference Team, announced Wednesday. The team is comprised of starters and important reserves with a cumulative GPA of 3.00 or better on a 4.00 scale for their entire academic careers.

Here is a look at UNH's 20 CAA Academic All-Conference representatives:

Player               Pos./Class       Hometown                   Major
Tyler Brnger           OL/So.          Munsonville, N.H.           Business Administration: Management
Chris Chandler       WR/Sr.          Wakefield, Mass.            Economics, Earth Science
Brian Ciccone         TE/R-Fr.        Manchester, Mass.         Undeclared
A.J. DeLago             K/Sr.           Menands, N.Y.               Biology
Lamar Edmonds      DB/Fr.          Worcester, Mass.           Undeclared
Dino Georgakis       LB/Fr.           Milton, Vt.                     Business Administration
Seth Geyer             LB/Fr.           Valencia, Pa.                 Business Administration
Zach Hundertmark  OL/Fr.           West Windsor, N.J.        Business Administration: Finance
George Kallas         OL/Fr.           Beverly, Mass.              Business Administration
Mike MacArthur      K-P/So.         North Hampton, N.H.     Nutrition
Walter McCarthy     OL/Jr.           Warwick, R.I.                History
Brian McNally         DE/Sr.           Cornwall, N.Y.              Kinesiology
Nick Pellino             K/So.            Danvers, Mass.            Math
Mark Petercuskie    LB/Sr.            Holliston, Mass.           Sociology
Brad Prasky         K-P/R-Fr.          Groton, Mass.             Undeclared
Dab Ukwuani          DE/Fr.           Gaithersburg, Md.        Undeclared
Rod Walker            DB/Sr.           Portsmouth, N.H.         Economics
Ryan Welch            DT/Fr.           Dunstable, Mass.         Business Administration
Chad Wilkes           DB/R-Fr.        Cheraw, S.C.               History
Chris Zarkoskie      OL/Jr.            West Caldwell, N.J.       Psychology

CAA football cited 121 student-athletes from its 11 institutions as members of its Academic All-Conference Team. The other league schools are Delaware, James Madison, Maine, Massachusetts, Old Dominion, Rhode Island, Richmond, Towson, Villanova and William & Mary. For a complete list of the honorees, visit

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