Following career day, Cordivari named ODAC Player of the Week

WASHINGTON – Following a 304-yard, five touchdown performance on Saturday, CUA sophomore quarterback Greg Cordivari was named the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) Offensive Player of the Week on Sunday.  The Pennsylvania native established career-highs in completions, yards, touchdown passes and longest pass in CUA’s 42-32 win over Apprentice School on Saturday afternoon.

Cordivari put on a passing clinic in the Cardinals win over the Builders as he tossed touchdown passes of 31, 6, 5, 7 and 59 yards.  His 59-yard scoring strike to classmate Alonzo Cooke in the third quarter established a new career-long as the sophomore signal caller completed over 77-percent of his passes on the day.

With Cordivari running the show, CUA’s offense was hitting on all cylinders as all five of the Cardinals’ offensive scoring drives took less than two minutes.  In all, CUA racked up 425 yards of total offense and held the ball for over 33 minutes.

CUA will return to the field on Saturday, September 18 when the Cardinals play host to McDaniel inside Cardinal Stadium.  Kick-off is set for 12:00 and for those fans that cannot make it out to the game, will broadcast the contest live.