Bridgeton athletes at Wagner help Staten Island recover from damage from Sandy

Bridgeton resident Dominique Williams looks for more yardage in a Nov. 3 game against Albany. Williams has joined other Wagner athletes to help Staten Island clean up after Sandy.

Bridgeton resident Dominique Williams was rewarded for his stellar 2012 football season Friday when he was named to the College Sports Journal's FCS All-American team.

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Williams, a junior running back for Wagner College, is the only Northeast Conference player on the 63-man team (FCS teams have 63 scholarships).

Williams ran for 1,228 yards this season as the Seahawks reached the FCS playoffs for the first time. He has 3,308 career yards, ranking him fourth on the school's career list entering his senior year.

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