Trojans Haul in 17 Academic All-MSFA Honors

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Trojans Haul in 17 Academic All-MSFA Honors

 

FINDLAY, Ohio – The Mid-States Football Association announced its 2017 All-Academic Team recently, with Taylor ranking second in the 13-team league with 17 student-athletes on the list of 154 to receive recognition.

 

In order to be eligible for MSFA All-Academic attention, a student-athlete must possess a minimum cumulative grade-point average of 3.25 on a 4.0 scale and must have reached sophomore academic status at their current institution, while serving as a regular contributor on the field.

 

Taylor was represented on the MSFA All-Academic Team by Grant Hohlbein, Daniel Boy, Derek Wanner, Craig Faulkner, Ben Davis, Tyler Gerig, Kyle Kempton, Everett Pollard, Hunter Brooks, Jackson Bronkema, Brady Hill, Jacob Baker, Brandon George, Jordan Bostic, Ben Rupert, Jeff Kaczmarek and Tyler Bosse.

 

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