Colgate: Finished his career as
Colgate's second all-time leading rusher with 4,108 yards and 48
touchdowns ... earned four varsity letters ... played in 45
games with 26 starting assignments ... finished third in career
scoring with 288 points ... was second all-time in 100-yard
rushing games with 19 and second in 200-yard rushing games with
Patriot League: fifth
all-time in rushing (4,108 yards) and third in scoring (288
AS A SENIOR (2004) ...
second team All-America by The Sports Network ... third team
All-America by the Football Gazette ... first team
all-Patriot League ... first team all-Atlantic Region by
Football Gazette ... first team all-Eastern College Athletic
Conference ... finished 16th in the nation (I-AA) in
rushing with 108.18 yards per game and 15th in scoring with 8.73
points per game ... led the Patriot League in rushing, was
second in scoring, third in all-purpose running (115.7 yards per
game) and 8th in total offense (108.2 yards per game) ...
carried 295 times for 1,190 yards and 16 touchdowns ... caught
six passes for 35 yards ... named CollegeSportsReport.com
Performer of the Week in win over Princeton ... had five games
with over 100 yards rushing including a 208-yard performance
against Holy Cross ... scored a rushing touchdowns in all but
one game with a season-high four against Holy Cross
AS A JUNIOR (2003) ... winner
of the Walter Payton Award, given to the outstanding Division
I-AA Player in the Nation (second Colgate player to win the
honor) ... named to the American Football Coaches Association,
Associated Press, The Sports Network, Football Gazette and CSTV
All-America teams ... named Eastern College Athletic Conference
Player of the Year ... named Patriot League Offensive Player of
the Year ... rushed for a school and NCAA Division I-AA record
2,326 yards ... broke the Division I-AA record for rushes in a
season (450), most touchdowns scored by rushing in a season (29)
and most games gaining 100 yards or more in a season (12), and
tied the marks for most consecutive games gaining 100 yards or
more (11) and most touchdowns scored in a season (29) ... set
new Colgate standards for rushing yards in a game (280 vs. Holy
Cross) and points scored in a season (174) ... finished third in
the nation in rushing yards per game (145.38) and third in
scoring with 10.88 points per game ... his 87-yard touchdown run
against Holy Cross equaled the fifth longest in school history …
named The Sports Network Offensive Player of the Week vs. Holy
Cross … played in all 16 games - starting the final 14 contests.
(2002) ... missed the entire
season while off-campus.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2001) ...
played in nine games with one starting assignment (vs. Maine)
... was Colgate’s second leading rusher with 498 yards on 94
carries ... scored two touchdowns (vs. Princeton and Holy Cross)
... averaged 5.3 yards per carry ... caught eight passes for 31
yards ... averaged 17.5 yards on two kickoff returns ... had two
100-yard performances with a season-high 150 yards on 20 carries
AS A FRESHMAN (2000) ...
played in nine games ... earned his first varsity letter ...
carried 15 times for 94 yards and one touchdown ... averaged a
team-high 6.3 yards per carry ... best outing was a 54-yard
effort against Dartmouth on five carries ... scored his lone TD
on a six-yard run against St. Mary’s.
HIGH SCHOOL: A 1999 graduate of
Falmouth High School in Falmouth, Massachusetts ... lettered
three years with the Clippers ... played tailback and defensive
back in his senior year ... served as captain ... first team
all-Cape Cod and Old Colony all-star in junior and senior
seasons ... Eastern Massachusetts all-star in senior year ...
coached by Ed Winslow ... lettered in basketball and lacrosse.
PREP SCHOOL: Attended New
Hampton School in New Hampton, New Hampshire ... team’s most
valuable player ... all-New England and New England Prep School
“Player of the Year” ... school’s all-time leading rusher
breaking the mark previously held by Marv Hubbard (Colgate
1965-67) ... rushed for 2,083 yards and 26 TD’s ... team won New
England Super Bowl ... coached by Craig Kozens.
PERSONAL: Major is Education …
parents are Sherry and Doug Galvin of Mashpee, Massachusetts and
Calvin Branch of Springfield, Massachusetts … born January 30, 1981
in Hartford, Connecticut … has two sisters … full name is Jamaal