JON VINCENT IS THE starting long snapper for the 2016 UC bearcats!
CAMDEN BAUCKE SCORES FOR MALONE!
After 3 years of playing guard for the Tigers, Camden found the end zone as the tight end / H-back for the D-2 Malone Pioneers in 2015!
Brian wozniak heads to oregon state as football graduate assistant
Former Loveland Tiger tight end Brian Wozniak has signed on as a football grad assistant at Oregon State after finishing his career at Wisconsin. Congrats to Brian from Tiger Nation! Click here to read the article announcing Brian’s position.
ZAC ELIAS HEADED TO GERMAN PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL
Former Loveland Tiger defensive back Zach Elias has signed to play professional football! Follow this link to read about where Zach will be playing next season. Congratulations, Zach!
Zac Elias Pioneer Football League Defensive Player of the Week
The University of Dayton’s Zach Elias from Loveland High School was recognized by the Pioneer Football League for his performance in the Flyers’ 31-21 win at Marist on Saturday.
The Dayton defense forced seven turnovers and Elias had more than anyone else. The Flyer strong safety led the defensive effort with an interception and a fumble recovery. He also had six tackles (four solo), a pass deflection and a forced fumble. His six tackles were tied for second on the team and his four solo hits were tied for the team lead.
The senior from Loveland High School in Loveland, Ohio grabbed an interception that he returned 21 yards to set up UD’s first touchdown. His forced fumble and subsequent recovery at the Dayton 19-yard line stopped Marist’s deepest penetration of the third quarter. Reported in daytonflyers.com/news
Zach Elias, Dayton
Senior | Safety | Loveland, Ohio
Elias recorded a fumble forced and recovered as well as an interception in Dayton’s 31-21 PFL victory at Marist, Saturday. He paced an impressive seven-turnover outing by the Flyers, one shy of the PFL record. Elias started his day with a first-quarter interception he returned 21 yards to the Marist four-yard line and set up the first Dayton touchdown. He then added a third quarter fumble strip and pickup to end a potential Marist scoring drive inside the Dayton 20-yard line. In between, he recorded six tackles (four solo) and broke up a pass. Frompioneer-football.org