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Nov. 18, 2013Maryville, MO
Eighteen Northwest Missouri State University football student-athletes were named to the All-MIAA teams in a release from the conference office on Tuesday.
Senior Trevor Adams was named the MIAA Offensive Player of the Year, junior Matt Longacre earned Defensive Player of the Year honors and Adam Dorrel was named Coach of the Year. Northwest finished the season 11-0 and won the outright MIAA championship, the 25th conference title in program history. The Bearcats earned the top seed in the NCAA Division II playoff’s Super Region Three, and will host the winner of the Minnesota Duluth and Emporia State contest on Nov. 30 at noon at Bearcat Stadium. Joining Adams and Longacre on the All-MIAA first team was offensive lineman Cody Carlson, defensive lineman Brandon Yost, linebacker Eric Reimer, linebacker D.J. Gnader and defensive back Brandon Dixon. Second Team honors go to offensive lineman C.J. Keeney, defensive back Brian Dixon and punter Kyle Goodburn. On the third team from Northest...tight end Marcus Wright and offensive lineman Cole Chevalier. Earning honorable mention accolades was running back Billy Creason, receiver Clint Utter, tight end Joel Gantz, defensive lineman Bryant Hummel, defensive lineman Matt Meinert and defensive back Bryce Enyard. Bearcat head coach Adam Dorrel says he's happy with the recognition the conference coaches are giving his players.