Nick Bisceglia awarded Big South Special Teams Player of the Week for the second time

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Nick Bisceglia attempts a kick against Howard. Photo credit: Tyler Gallo

By Tyler Gallo, Sports Editor

Following his final game as a Colonial, Robert Morris kicker Nick Bisceglia has been awarded Big South Special Teams Player of the Week.

This honor comes after he went a perfect 4-4 on his kicks during the team’s win over Campbell, including a game-winning 25-yarder in overtime.

Bisceglia has been awarded this honor twice this season with his last one coming after he nailed another game-winning kick against Hampton.

The kicker remains the only RMU football player to win a weekly honor from the conference.

In his final season. the graduate student went 10-12 in field goal attempts with a long of 43 and made all 21 of his PAT attempts.

Bisceglia made his last 24 kick attempts of any kind dating back to October 9 against Charleston Southern.

He finishes his Robert Morris career 27-49 in field goal attempts and a staggering 86-88 in PAT attempts. He also caught a pass for nine yards from punter George Souders on October 19, 2019 at Wagner.