Punter Jeff Williams named Special Teams Player of the Week for the South Atlantic Conference
Sunday, October 5, 2003 | by Courtesy South Alantic Conference

ROCK HILL, SC The South Atlantic Conference has announced its Football Players of the Week for the week ending Oct. 4, 2003.  Earning honors this week are Tusculum running back Chris Mosley, Carson-Newman defensive lineman Clarence Glymph and Newberry punter Jeff Williams. 

Mosley, a 5-8, 185, sophomore from Clarksville, TN, scored three touchdowns as the Pioneers defeated Wingate 55-16.  The former Clarksville High School standout totaled 95 yards on 15 carries for an average of 6.3 yards a carry.

Glymph, a 6-3, 260, senior from Newberry, SC, recorded eight tackles as the Eagles topped Mars Hill 35-14.  Among the eight tackles from the former Newberry High School product were three sacks and another for a loss.  He also broke up a pass as C-N held the Lions to just 97 yards rushing. 

Williams (Pelion,SC/Pelion HS), a 6-2, 225, junior, helped Newberry end an 18-game conference losing streak as the Indians defeated Lenoir-Rhyne 10-7.  For the day, he averaged 46.7 yards on nine punts and had three downed inside the opponent 20-yard line.  Williams had a career-long punt of 73 yards and the Bears averaged starting on their own 18 in the final half.

The SAC Players of the Week are determined by a vote of the eight sports information directors of the conference schools.