LANCASTER, PA -- Franklin & Marshall College quarterback Jeff Harner (So., Mohrsville, PA/Schuylkill Valley) and linebacker George Farrell (Fr., Hatfield, PA/North Penn) have been named to the October 3 Centennial Conference Football Honor Roll for their performances in a 15-10 win at 2003 Centennial Conference co-champion Muhlenberg College.
An offensive honor roll recipient, Harner completed just seven-of-24 passes for 112 yards, but rushed one yard for the winning touchdown versus the Mules as Franklin & Marshall defeated Muhlenberg for the first time since 1998.
In the latest Centennial Conference statistics, Harner ranks among the leaders in passing average (third, 160.8 ypg), total offense (third, 176.4 ypg), and pass efficiency (first, 137.2).
For his two-year career at the College, he has completed 177-of-363 attempts for 2,184 yards and 14 touchdowns while running for 186 yards for 2,370 yards of net offense.
Farrell earned a spot on the defensive honor roll as he batted & intercepted a Muhlenberg pass and returned it 82 yards for a touchdown for the go ahead points. In addition, he made a tackle-for-loss of six yards to stop a Muhlenberg drive in its tracks and force the Mules to punt to give F&M good field position.
As a team, Franklin & Marshall ranks among the Centennial Conference leaders in scoring offense (second, 28.0 points), scoring defense (fifth, 16.6 points), pass offense (first, 246.2 yards), pass defense (fifth, 193.2 ypg), kickoff returns (fourth, 17.1 yards), punting (first 35.6 yards), turnover margin (third, +3), rushing offense (sixth, 115.0 yards), rushing defense (fifth, 141.2 yards), total offense (first, 361.2 yards), total defense (fifth, 334.4 yards), punt returns (sixth, 6.1 yards), pass efficiency (first, 131.3), pass defense efficiency (fourth, 112.9), first downs (first, 92), sacks by (fourth, 10), penalty yards (fourth, 43.2 yards), opponent penalties (second, 62.4 yards), fourth down conversions (third, 64.3 percent), opponent fourth down conversions (second, 20.0 percent), red zone offense (sixth, 66.7 percent), red zone defense (first, 42.9 percent), third down conversions (fourth, 33.3 percent), opponent third down conversions (fifth, 34.6 percent), sacks against (fourth, 10), field goal percentage (third, 75.0 percent), PAT kicking (third, 17-for-18) and time of possession (fourth, 29:02).
Franklin & Marshall (4-1, 1-0 Centennial Conference) will continue the season on October 9 at home versus 2003 Centennial Conference co-champion Johns Hopkins University. Game time is set for 1 p.m.