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5   David Williams
David Williams

Class:
Graduated

Hometown:
Roanoke, Va.

High School:
Hidden Valley

Height:
5-10

Position:
RB


Graduated as the Class of 2014 Valedictorian

2013:
• Offensive Team Captain
• Selected as the CSFL Player of the Week on Oct. 2
• Prior to suffering a season-ending injury at Post (Oct. 12), he had recorded 154 yards on the ground on 31 rushes, as well as scored three touchdowns in just two contests
• Rushed 21 times for 143 yards and two TDs against Mansfield at home (Sept. 27)
• Finished career with 1,656 yards to end up 155 shy of Chris Butler's program record of 1,811

2012:

• Rushed 13 times for 117 yards and two touchdowns vs. Coppin State (Sept. 14) in his only game of the season before suffering an injury
• Enters the season with 1,502 career rushing yards, needing just 309 to tie Chris Butler for the most in program history

2011:
• Produced one of the most prolific seasons by a running back in program history - setting the Navy single-season record for rushing yards with 1,152, despite only playing six games due to a forfeit by Princeton
• Named CSFL MVP, team MVP and team offensive MVP and also garnered Lt. Cmdr. Shaufelberger, III Award as N-Star Game MVP
• Capped the season with a record-setting performance in a Star Game win over Army (Nov. 4), setting single-game marks for yards (291) and carries (35)
• Rushed for at least 142 yards in all six games and had eight rushing touchdowns ... carried 24 times for 219 yards and scored four touchdowns in a win at Penn (Sept. 23)
• Returned a blocked punt 22 yards for a touchdown and rushed for 142 yards in a season-opening win over Army in the Allegiance Bowl (Sept. 17)
• Had two catches, including one for a touchdown, and 28 carries for 17 yards in win at Mansfield (Oct. 8)
• Season long scamper of 64 yards came vs. Post (Sept. 30)

2010:
• Earned honorable mention All-CSFL playing in all seven games as a freshman
• Led the team with seven rushing touchdowns and racked up 233 yards on 41 carries (5.7 avg.) and garnered the John S. Degan Award for most outstanding freshman
• Rushed for a season-high 101 yards on 13 carries and scored two touchdowns on runs of 18 and 33 yards in win over Catholic JV
• Carried seven times for 53 yards and scored twice in win over Mansfield
• Scored a team-high three rushing touchdowns vs. Army
• Had two catches for 18 yards and had one kick return for 21 yards

High School:
• Earned first-team all-district, all-region and All-State in football in 2009
• 2010 Virginia wrestling State Champion
• Earned a total of seven letters in wrestling and football

Personal:
• Son of Bob and Kim Williams
• Brother, Matt ('12), was also a member of the sprint football team
• Uncle, Craig Williams, attended the U.S. Naval Academy
09/19/14 Princeton 7:00 PM
09/27/14 at Mansfield 1:00 PM
10/03/14 at Penn 7:00 PM
10/10/14 Post University 7:00 PM
10/18/14 at Cornell 10:30 AM