Facing the 5th ranked team nationally, the Montreal Carabins, the Stingers found themselves pinned deep several times in the game, giving Green numerous opportunities to punt the ball, and leading Concordia head coach Gerry McGrath to call Green one of the Stingers best players in the game.
Green punted 8 times in the game, averaging 34.8 yards.
“I’m happy with the way the kids played,” McGrath said in a team news release about his young team. “They played hard until the end and never quit.”
Green, a CKSS Golden Hawks and Chatham-Kent Cougars football alumni, is in his first season with Concordia, where he will be studying Arts and Science.
Concordia and Green next travel to McGill Friday, September 6.