All-Patriot League Selection Evan Byers Named Team MVP
19 Bison Seniors to be Honored During Senior Day Ceremonies Prior to 1 p.m. Kickoff
Bison Travel to New England for Second Consecutive Week
Bison to Travel Nearly 1,700 Miles Next Three Weeks
Bison Have Chance to Win Game on Final Possession
2012 (Junior): Fourth on team with 57 tackles ... season-high 10 stops came against Lafayette ... also had season-high two tackles for loss against Leopards ... 35 tackles over first four games ... played in all 11 games ... started first six contests at free safety ... 55-yard fumble return in season opener vs. Marist set up Bucknell's first touchdown of the year ... posted first career interception against Cornell ... only Bison to have interception and fumble recovery ... three pass breakups over final seven games of season ... tied for fifth on team in breakups.
2011 (Sophomore): One of team's top defensive backs ... appeared in all 11 games, starting 10 ... only missed start was at Harvard ... 33 of 51 tackles came in road games ... ranked fourth on team in tackles ... second among non-seniors in tackles ... season-high 10 stops at Princeton ... at least one tackle in all 11 games ... tied for sixth on team with 4.5 tackles for loss ... season-high two tackles for loss at Princeton ... also forced a fumble at Princeton ... posted first career sack vs. Patriot League champion Lehigh ... recovered a fumble against Holy Cross ... tied for fifth on team with three pass breakups, including season-high two in win at Lafayette.
2010 (Freshman): Appeared in 10 games in a reserve role ... totaled 16 tackles on the year, including a season-high nine in November contest vs. Colgate ... only game DNP was Oct. 30 vs. Lafayette.
Monroe-Woodbury High School: Earned two varsity letters in football ... two-time first-team all-section selection ... team Rookie of the Year and Defensive MVP. Personal: Ryan William Morgan ... born Sept. 10, 1992 in Brooklyn, N.Y. ... son of Anthony and Deborah Morgan ... has one sister, Ashley ... majoring in political science.