Pete Lentini

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Pete Lentini was a solid high school athlete at Mount Carmel High School. He was a four-year letterman in Track and a three-year letterman and Offensive tackle on the 1970 Southern Division Championship Team.

When Pete got to College, he began to flower By the time he began his junior year at Juniata College, he started to zoom. In what was essentially a two-year career at Juniata, he became the “Indians” third leading receiver of touchdown passes and fourth on the roll for career receiving yardage (1,286).

Pete also caught the second and sixth through eighth longest passes in Juniata Football History, good for 94, 73, 63, and 62 yards.

His senior year, Pete earned: Second Team All State Honors behind Penn State’s Don Natale; Third Team Little All American ; First Team ECAC All East Division III; Most Valuable Player in the Middle Atlantic Conference; led Middle Atlantic Conference in Receiving and Scoring; participated in Stagg Bowl for NCAA Division III Championship.

Categories: 1990 Hall of Fame