27 Collin Zych
27 - Collin Zych
Height: 5-11
Weight: 185
Year: Junior
Hometown: Plano, Texas
High School: Plano East
Position: DB
House Affiliation: Kirkland

At Harvard
2009:
Named preseason All-Ivy League First Team by Phil Steele's Football Magazine ... Had six solo tackles against then-No. 23 Holy Cross in the season opener ... Had a team-high eight tackles, including five solo, and a sack in a win over Brown on Sept. 25 ... Had two interceptions, a tackle for a loss and six tackles in a win at Lehigh ... Had eight tackles, seven total, and two pass breakups in a win at Cornell on Oct. 10 ... Had 10 tackles including nine solo against Lafayette on Oct. 17 ... Had seven tackles and forced a fumble in a win over Princeton on Oct. 24 .. Had a team-high 10 tackles including 1.5 for a loss and two pass breakups against Penn ... Had seven tackles, and blew up two downfield blockers to enable a teammate to make the tackle on a key fake punt by Yale and allow Harvard to win 14-10 in The Game.

2008:Started nine of the 10 games at safety ... Named to the All-Ivy League second-team at defensive back after recording 72 tackles including a team-high 48 solo tackles ...Registered his first career interception in the season opener against Holy Cross, picking off Dominick Randolph in the end zone ... Named to the Ivy League Honor Roll after recording 10 solo tackles at Brown ... Had a game-high five solo tackles, finishing with eight total in a win at Princeton ... Had a team-high four tackles as Harvard limited Dartmouth to 123 yards of offense and -2 rushing yards in a Crimson win ... Named to the Ivy League Honor Roll after a game and career-high 15 tackles in a win over Penn. His numbers included10 solo efforts and 3.0 tackles for a loss as Harvard defeated Penn.

2007: Did not appear in a game ... Minor H recipient.

Background
At Plano East: A two-time all-district selection ... Also earned all-county and academic all-state recognition ... Team captain ... Also was a regional qualifier in the pole vault for the track and field team.