Former Armstrong standout Zane Dudek wins Ivy League Rookie of the Year
If there was a most valuable player for the WPIAL last year, Zane Dudek would be at the top of a lot of the ballots. In his senior season, Dudek rushed for a WPIAL single-season record 2,955 yards and set the scoring record with 254 points.
The River Hawks graduate didn’t slow down in his first season as a member of the Yale football team, earning the Rookie of the Year honor.
Dudek rushed for 1,133 yards on 159 carries (7.1 yards per carry) in leading the Bulldogs to 9-1 record. He also led the conference in touchdowns with 16 and all-purpose yards with 1,345.
Dudek was seventh in rushing at the FCS level and gained the most yards out of all the freshmen in the country at the FCS level.
(photo courtesy of Yale University)