Rollins, named for the second straight week a Centennial Conference Player of the Week, was a large part of an offense that put up 436 total yards. He added 20 yards on a kickoff return for the Green Terror (1-1, 1-0 CC) to give him 331 all-purpose yards. Through two games this season, he is now averaging 311.5 all-purpose yards per game.
The tailback, making his second career start, ripped off runs of 41, 63 and 72 yards as part of the biggest running day by a Green Terror since 1970. He became just the second runner in program history and eighth in CC history to eclipse 300 yards.
In field hockey, the Green Terror (3-0) capped a two-game weekend trip to Virginia with a four-goal outburst, giving the squad seven on the weekend and the first 3-0 start since 2004 when McDaniel started 4-0.
In cross country, Emily Peoples recorded a pair of fourth-place finishes Sept. 10 to lead McDaniel to an overall first-place finish at the 2011 Green Terror Challenge in women's cross country action.
As a team, the current Green Terror team and its alums took five of the first eight places in the 5,000-meter race, which McDaniel won with 34 points. When added to its second-place 48 points in the 3,000-meter race, the Green Terror came out on top of the six teams that scored in both events with 82 points.
Jake Zamostny finished third in the 5,000-meter race and seventh in the 3,000-meter race Sept. 10 to lead McDaniel to a third-place finish at the 2011 Green Terror Challenge in men's cross country action. As a team, the Green Terror combined its efforts from the two races to score 120 points and finish third among the seven teams that scored in both events.