11 - Peter Williams
Peter Williams
Height: 6-3
Weight: 190
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Portland, Ore.
High School: Lincoln
Position: QB
Major: Aerospace Engineering

2013: Started all nine games at quarterback … Academic All-NEFC … record setting season as a junior … threw for a school record 2,156 yards … completed 156 of 233 attempts and tossed 16 TD passes … also set school single-season marks for completions, passing TDs, completion percentage (67.0), passing yards per game (239.6) and total offense (2,410) … rushed for 254 yards and five scores … led the NEFC in passing rating (162.2) and was second in total offense and third in passing average … threw for over 200 yards in all but one game to set another school mark … threw for 288 yards at Pomona-Pitzer (9/7), completing 19-of-30 … hit on 14-of-20 for 261 yards and two scores at Becker (9/14) … named the NEFC Offensive Player of the Week for his game against the Hawks … also ran for a season-high 62 yards against the Hawks … totaled 268 yards of offense at Salve Regina (9/28) … completed 18-of-23 for 207 yards and a pair of scores against Nichols (10/18) … completed a season-high 26 passes on 39 attempts at Western New England (10/26) for 287 yards … that included a game-winning 53-yard TD pass against the Golden Bears … 13-of-22 for 200 yards and a pair of scores against Endicott (11/2) … set a school record with five TD passes against Maine Maritime (11/9) … completed 15-of-18 against the Mariners … named the NEFC and ECAC DIII Northeast Offensive Player of the Week for the performance against the Mariners … career-high 17 rush attempts for 53 yards and a score at Coast Guard (11/16) … hit on 21-of-31 for 293 yards and three scores against the Bears.

2012: Stepped in as the starter at quarterback as a sophomore … Academic All-NEFC … set a school record for total offense with 1,911 yards … completed 119 of his 199 attempts for 1,508 yards and 10 scores … threw for over 200 yards three times … also finished third on the team in rushing with 403 yards and five scores … finished among the top-10 in the NEFC in passing and total offense … No. 7 in the league in passing efficiency … threw for 151 yards and a score in his first start against Coast Guard (9/15) … also ran for 46 yards and a score against the Bears … set an MIT record with 366 passing yards, completing 25-of-37 at Curry (9/21) … also set a school mark for total yards against the Colonels with 385 … hit on 18-of-30 for 208 yards and three TDs against UMass Dartmouth (9/29) … threw for 217 yards and a score and rushed for 107 and another score at Western New England (10/13) … turned a fake punt into a 77-yard TD run against the Golden Bears … hit on 14-of-22 attempts for 171 yards and a pair of scores at Nichols (10/27) … also ran for 43 yards and a score against the Bison … rushed for 52 yards and a score at Endicott (11/3) … also handled punting duties … averaged 34.4 yards on 28 punts … placed five of his kicks inside the 20-yard line.

2011: Played in all nine games for MIT as a freshman … saw action as the squad’s backup quarterback and primary holder on place kicks … hit on two of three attempts for 20 yards at Mass. Maritime (9/17) … ran for 19 yards and one score and threw for 36 yards in his best outing of the season at Plymouth State (10/8).

Off The Field at MIT: Majoring in aerospace engineering … minor in political science … research in the MIT Gas Turbine Laboratory on next generation commercial aviation … SAAC treasurer.

High School: A 2011 graduate of Lincoln High School … all-city quarterback … all-city offensive Player of the Year … Les Schwab Bowl (Oregon Shrine Game) MVP … all-league … all-state … team captain … threw for 3,400 yards and 33 TDs with a 66 percent completion rate as a senior … also played basketball and lacrosse … All-American in lacrosse as a long stick middie … National Honor Society … Valedictorian … Pennsylvania Book Award … Portland Rotary Club Student of the Month.