Notes: The 128th Yale football captain... Third Yale quarterback in 19 years to be elected captain, and first one from Pittsburgh area since Don Lund in 1988... Returns after taking 2004 fall semester off from school... Good leadership ability in the huddle... Excellent instincts... May be best pocket passer in the Ivy League... Completed 13 of 18 passes for 127 yards in 2005 Spring Game... 2003: Appeared in nine varsity games as the starting holder for the extra point and field goal units... One pass attempt was a 26-yard TD vs. Towson... 2002: Assumed signal-calling duties after Alvin Cowan went down with a broken leg in the Cornell (2nd) game... Mroz's 1,731 yards passing are the seventh best single-season mark in Yale football history... Threw for 14 touchdowns on the season, including back-to-back four-TD games against Columbia and Brown... Completed 135 of 244 pass attempts with 14 touchdowns... 2001: Starting quarterback for JV team... At Greensburg Central Catholic High School: Earned four letters
in football and three letters in basketball ... Was a Judge Driscoll Scholar-
Athlete Award winner and a YMCA-UPMC Scholar-Athlete award
winner ... Received a Kennedy T. Friend Scholarship ... All-State in
football ... Personal: Jeffrey M. Mroz, born July 11, 1982, is the son of Ken and Linda Mroz... Father played football at Westminster College... Brother, Greg, is a sophomore QB for Princeton... Brother, David, played quarterback at Princeton... Worked at New Haven companies Winchester Capital and Soundview Capital in fall 2004... Enjoys waterskiing... Member of Jonathan Edwards College... American Studies major.