CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Jake McIntyre, Harvard's all-time leader in career field goals, has been named to the Fred Mitchell Award Watch List for the month of September.
In its 11th year, the Fred Mitchell Award recognizes place-kickers for their excellence on the field and for their continued community service during their collegiate careers.
A native of Orlando, Florida, McIntyre is one of 37 players on the watch list, one of 10 from the FCS, and the lone representative from the Ivy League.
The senior set the Crimson all-time record for field goals in a career in the season opener at San Diego when he successfully booted his 31st attempt through the uprights. Through four games, he has converted all 21 PAT tries and enters this week's action ranked second in program history in career extra points and points overall.
The recipient of the Fred Mitchell Award will be announced in mid-December and is based on performance on the football field and in the community.
McIntyre and his Harvard teammates will hit the road this week for a Saturday afternoon non-conference tilt at Holy Cross. Kick-off is scheduled for 1 p.m., with the game airing on the Patriot League Network.