Holland receives Ivy League Offensive Player of Week honors

Two days after clinching the outright Ivy League title for the Quakers in his first career start, senior Andrew Holland received yet another award for his play against Cornell.

Holland was named the Ivy League’s Offensive Player of Week on Monday after finishing out the contest against the Big Red with two touchdowns (one passing, one rushing), and 255 passing yards.

He went 18-for-22 through the air, and came through when the Quakers needed him most.

With the game tied at 28, and the outright Ancient Eight crown on the line, Holland orchestrated a six play, 63-yard drive during which he completed all three of his passes for 38 yards, setting up a short touchdown run to take the lead.

His ability under pressure was evident at the end of the first half as
well. He drove the Quakers from their own 11 with just a minute
remaining in the half, and went 4-for-4 on the drive for 80 yards. The
drive culminated in a 41-yard touchdown pass to Jason Seifert.

The only other player on the Quakers to receive this honor this year
was fellow senior quarterback Billy Ragone.