AS A JUNIOR IN 2009:
• Earned first team All-Patriot League honors.
• Played in all 12 games at defensive end, starting 11 times.
• Totaled 34 tackles, most among all Holy Cross defensive linemen.
• Led the team with seven sacks and nine tackles for loss.
• Ranked fourth in the Patriot League in sacks and seventh in tackles for loss.
• Recorded five tackles and two sacks in the Dartmouth game.
• Finished with two sacks and four solo tackles at Northeastern.
• Had four tackles and a sack in the victory over Colgate.
• Made five total tackles at Bucknell.
• Totaled three tackles at Brown, including one sack and two tackles for loss.
• Recorded three tackles against Georgetown, with a tackle for loss and two pass breakups.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2008:
• Played in 10 games on the season, starting eight times.
• Totaled 17 tackles on the year, including 12 solo stops and two tackles for loss.
• Made a season-best five tackles at Dartmouth.
• Posted three solo tackles at Yale.
• Had two solo tackles, a tackle for loss and a pass breakup at Georgetown.
• Recorded two solo tackles with a tackle for loss against Bucknell.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2007:
• Played in 10 games as a backup defensive lineman.
• Totaled eight tackles on the season.
• Made three tackles at Fordham.
• Recorded a pair of solo tackles in the victory over Colgate.
• Posted a tackle for loss at Massachusetts.
• Served as team captain during his senior year, when he was also named the team’s Most Valuable Player.
• Earned All-Eastern Massachusetts honors, in addition to being an All-Hockomock League selection.
• Named All-Scholastic by the Boston Globe, the Brockton Enterprise and the Quincy Patriot Ledger.
• Earned Scholar Athlete honors from the Eastern Massachusetts chapter of the National Football Foundation.
• Selected to play in the Shriners Football Classic.
• Totaled 160 tackles and 27 quarterback sacks during his high school career.
• Also a member of the basketball and track teams at Stoughton.
• Son of Carma and Stephen Ohimor.
• Majoring in Political Science.
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