PITMAN, N.J. – For the second time in as many games, the Salisbury University football team claimed the New Jersey Athletic Conference's Special Teams Player of the Week honor with junior Tim Steindl collecting the honor this week.
Steindl was key in Salisbury winning the field position on its way to winning Saturday's game against Montclair State University, 40-20.
Steindl had the opportunity to punt twice and kicked off seven times. His two punts averaged 40 yards and both came down inside the 20-yard line. Of his seven kickoffs, four went for touchbacks, while he averaged 61.3 yards per boot, leading to the Red Hawks' starting field position averaging their own 22-yard line.
Steindl has punted seven times this season, with four kicks inside the 20-yard line and a 41.9-yard average. On kickoffs, he's averaging 60.5 yards with seven touchbacks in 13 chances.
The Sea Gulls return to action this Saturday, September 24 traveling to Southern Virginia University for a 1 p.m., start.