Tarnowski Earns His First GLIAC Player Of The Week Award
Congratulations to former North Royalton Bears starting quarterback, Travis Tarnowski. He was named the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Week. Travis is a sophomore QB for the 7-0 Ashland Eagles. He threw for 4 TDs and 360 yards during their victory last week to earn this honor. Our All-Ohio Bears Alumni started as a redshirt Freshman last year and set the stadium record for passing yards in his first collegiate start. He was also named last year the GLIAC Freshman of the Year.
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The NRAB Executive Board
Ashland University sophomore quarterback Travis Tarnowski is the Week 7 Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Week.
It is the first GLIAC weekly honor for Tarnowski, who was 21-for-29 for 360 yards and four touchdowns in the Eagles’ 52-21 Homecoming and Traveling Trophy victory on Saturday (Oct. 17) afternoon against Hillsdale. His 72.4 completion percentage was the second-highest of his career, as were the four scoring tosses and his 12.4 yards per pass attempt. It also was Tarnowski’s third career 300-yard passing game.
Tarnowski is 15-2 as a starter at Ashland, and in 17 games, has thrown for 4,069 yards (sixth all-time at AU), 33 touchdowns (fourth all-time) and just 10 interceptions.
Tarnowski is Ashland’s first GLIAC Offensive Player of the Week since early October 2013, after tailback Anthony Taylor’s school-record 311 rushing yards at Lake Erie