Archive for November, 2011


UW-Whitewater Wins 41-14 Over Franklin College to Advance

Greg Arnold (Big Bend/Mukwonago) accounted for three turnovers and Levell Coppage (Oak Park, IL/Oak Park)’s eight career 200+ rushing game keyed UW-Whitewater’s 41-14 win over Franklin College at Perkins Stadium in Whitewater, Wisconsin Saturday in a National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III second round playoff victory. UW-W, 12-0, will host Salisbury University, 11-1 after a […]

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NFF Prepares for Another Historic Annual Awards Dinner

College football’s most important night to attract all-time record crowd. DALLAS, Nov. 23, 2011 – The National Football Foundation (NFF) highlighted today that its fabled Annual Awards Dinner, which will take place Dec. 6 at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York City, promises to be one of the most memorable in history. A star-studded class of […]

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Bears’ Tight End named MEAC All-Conference First Team

BALTIMORE, Md. — Senior tight end Lamont Bryant is the lone Moran State player on the 2011 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference all-conference first team, as announced by the league office. Bryant, a 6-foot-6, 210-pound senior from Newport News, Va., was voted to first team status while Bears’ teammates Lawrence Brewer, Travis Davidson and Zary Stewart were […]

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Nccu’s Irvine Earns All-Meac Football Honors As Return Specialist

Durham Native Tops Eagles in Punt Return and Kickoff Return Average NORFOLK, Va. – North Carolina Central University redshirt junior Geovonie Irvine has earned all-conference recognition as a return specialist, the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference announced Tuesday. A native of Durham, N.C., Irvine garnered second-team All-MEAC honors as voted on by the league’s head football coaches […]

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Soteros Receives All-MIAC First-Team Honors

Full MIAC press release http://www.miac-online.org/news/2011/11/17/FOOTBALL_1122110804.aspx ST. PAUL, Minn. – Jordan Soteros (Jr./Scottsdale, Ariz./Pinnacle) represented the Carleton College football team on the All-MIAC First-Team. Selected by the conference coaches for his all-around game, he starred as both a cornerback and a returner. He is the first Carleton cornerback named to the all-conference first team since 2003 […]

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