Thu, Nov. 20, 2014 - Viewed 324 times
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
FINDLAY, OHIO – Tevin Lake, a two-time AFCA/NAIA All-American running back at Marian (Ind.) University, and Derek Fulton, who guided Grand View (Iowa) University to its first NAIA national championship in 2013, headline the 2014 Mid-States Football Association all-league selections, released today after a vote of association's 13 coaches.
Lake and Fulton are the MSFA Mideast League and Midwest League Offensive Players of the Year, respectively. Also garnering Mideast League top honors are Concordia's 2014 first-team AFCA/NAIA All-American linebacker Takari Johnson as the defensive player of the year and Jim Lyall, who coached Siena Heights (5-1 MSFA, 6-4 overall) to a share of the MEL title in the school's third year of football, as the coach of the year. Siena Heights was just 2-4 in league play and 5-5 overall a year earlier.