The Wolves are the sole HBCU in the Pennsylvania Athlectic Conference and are in the Midst of a 32 game losing streak dating back to September 1,2012. The last time the Wolves tasted victory was at the expense of the Lions of Lincoln 34-21!
Interim Head Coach
The 2014 season proved to be a season that would deny the wolves a bone to take care of that hunger for a victory!
Coach Johnson and his Wolves finished this years campaign with a 56-18 loss to Seton Hill. The Closest game the Blue and White had happened to be a 30-18 opening season loss to Lincoln. The wolves offense only totaled 2188 yards of total offense and averaged a conference low 3.7 yards per play. On the positive side the Wolves had some bite in their defense which finished 8th in the conference in Total Defense .
All was not totally lost in 2014 for the Wolves as Jamil Williams,Isaiah Fleming, Khalif Dandy and Joseph Bryant made the PSAC all conference team .
|Isaiah Fleming -LB|
3 time All-PSAC team
Fleming a Senior Linebacker who participated in the FCS Bowl (All Star game ) made the PSAC East first team leading the conference with 115 tackles in 10 games.
Meanwhile Dandy had 54 grabs for 696 yards and 4 Tds Solidifying him a spot on the PSAC second team
Williams was third on the team in tackles with 59 and Lead CU with 5 interceptions
Joseph Bryant a Sophomore is the only returning player of the 4 and will hold down the Defense
Coach Johnson and the Wolves may look to Freshman Quarterbacks Dominick Trautz and Mike Campbell to lead the offense in 2015
24 completions 63 attempts
4 interceptions 0Tds
65 completions 136 attempts
8 inteceptions 4 Tds
All that being said the Wolves have no where to go but up ,Considering on top of the 32 game losing streak CU has not won a PSAC conference game since October of 2012 (Millersville 20-17)!
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