Providence, Rhode Island - Brown junior quarterback Kyle
Newhall-Caballero (Gilbert, AZ) has been selected the New England
Football Writers Gold Helmet Award winner as the outstanding player
in New England, and was named a College Sporting News National
All-Star for his role in Brown’s 34-31 win over 19th-ranked
Holy Cross on Saturday.
Newhall set a new Ivy League record with 46 completions against the Holy Cross on 61 attempts, while passing for 431 yards. His 46 pass completions broke the previous Ivy League mark of 44 completions by Brown’s Kyle Slager against Rhode Island on October 5, 2002.
Newhall also tossed touchdown passes of 22 and 10 yards, while also scoring on a seven-yard run. For the day, Newhall ran for 14 yards, giving him 445 yards of total offense, which ranks ninth in the Brown record book, and 21st in Ivy football history.
Newhall is having a strong season for the 2-2 Bears, who host Princeton on Saturday, October 17, in a key Ivy League match-up. He leads the nation with 28.5 completions per game, while his 273.3 passing yards per game rank 9th best in the nation. His 297.75 yards of total offense rank eighth in the nation.