2005: Named to the All-NESCAC First Team, and was NESCAC Defensive Player of the Week after the Nov. 12 game at Hamilton, in which he had 2.5 sacks, eight tackles and two forced fumbles. … His 10.5 sacks in 2005 were the most seen in NESCAC play since New England Patriots defensive coordinator Eric Mangini achieved the same feat in 1993 for Wesleyan. Ryan finished the season with 1.3 sacks per game, the third highest average in Division III. He also ranked 20th in Division III in forced fumbles (0.38 per game) and 41st in tackles for loss (1.6 per game); in the NESCAC, he ranked second and first in those categories, respectively. … Ryan collected 10 sacks over the Bobcats’ final five games. … Other outstanding games included Oct. 29 at Colby (11 tackles, 3 sacks) and Oct. 15 against Wesleyan (11 tackles, 2.5 sacks, forced fumble). … His 53 tackles were third on the Bobcats.
2004: Played in four games….total of 20 tackles on the season…7.5 tackles for loss…2.5 sacks.
2003: Played in all eight games as a reserve defensive end … made 10 tackles, including stops behind the line of scrimmage against Tufts and Bowdoin … forced a fumble against Wesleyan … broke up two passes and had three quarterback hurries.
High School: Captain … team MVP … All-League … All-New England Prep Team … also captain, team MVP and All-League for the basketball team.