Offensive Player of the Year: QB Chris Streveler, South Dakota, Sr.
Defensive Player of the Year:: LB Brett Taylor, Western Illinois, Sr.
Offensive Lineman of the Year: OT Brandon Parker, North Carolina A&T, Sr.
Freshman of the Year: LB Bryson Armstrong, Kennesaw State
FIRST TEAM OFFENSE
WR Keelan Doss, UC Davis, Jr.
WR Justin Watson, Penn, Sr.
WR Neil O'Connor, New Hampshire, Jr.
TE Dallas Goedert, South Dakota State, Sr.
OL Brandon Parker, North Carolina A&T, Sr.
OL Timon Parris, Stony Brook, Sr.
OL Jamil Demby, Maine, Sr.
OL Austin Kuhnert, North Dakota State, Sr.
OL Skyler Phillips, Idaho State, Sr.
QB Chris Streveler, South Dakota, Sr.
RB Josh Mack, Maine, Soph.
RB Roc Thomas, Jacksonville State, Sr.
FB Cal Daniels, Stony Brook, Jr.
FIRST TEAM DEFENSE
DL Darius Jackson, Jacksonville State, Sr.
DL Jonathan Petersen, San Diego, Sr.
DL Ahmad Gooden, Samford, Jr.
DL Dalton Keene, Illinois State, Sr.
LB Darius Leonard, South Carolina State, Sr.
LB Brett Taylor, Western Illinois, Sr.
LB Nick DeLuca, North Dakota State, Sr.
LB Sione Teuhema, Southeastern Louisiana, Sr.
DB Davontae Harris, Illinois State, Sr.
DB D'Montre Wade, Murray State, Sr.
DB Taron Johnson, Weber State, Sr.
DB Mike Basile, Monmouth, Sr.
FIRST TEAM SPECIALISTS
K Lorran Fonseca, Nicholls, Jr.
P Joe Zema, Incarnate Word, Sr.
KR Juwan Petit-Frere, Southeastern Louisiana, Soph.
PR Justice Shelton-Mosley, Harvard, Jr.
AP John Santiago, North Dakota, Jr.
SECOND TEAM OFFENSE
WR Elijah Marks, Northern Arizona, Sr.
WR Nathan Stewart, Sam Houston State, Soph.
WR Davion Davis, Sam Houston State, Jr.
TE Andrew Vollert, Weber State, Sr.
OL Justin Lea, Jacksonville State, Sr.
OL Jacob Ohnesorge, South Dakota State, Sr.
OL Aaron Stinnie, James Madison, Sr.
OL Alex Thompson, Monmouth, Sr.
OL Zach Larsen, Southern Utah, Soph.
QB Kyle Lauletta, Richmond, Sr.
RB Detrez Newsome, Western Carolina, Sr.
RB Dominick Bragalone, Lehigh, Jr.
FB Connor Wentz, North Dakota State, Sr.
SECOND TEAM DEFENSE
DL P.J. Hall, Sam Houston State, Sr.
DL Andrew Ankrah, James Madison, Sr.
DL Anthony Ellis, Charleston Southern, Sr.
DL Richard Jarvis, Brown, Sr.
LB Jared Farley, Northern Iowa, Sr.
LB Warren Messer, Elon, Jr.
LB Garrett Dolan, Houston Baptist, Sr.
LB Christian Rozeboom, South Dakota State, Soph.
DB Tremon Smith, Central Arkansas, Sr.
DB Elijah Campbell, Northern Iowa, Sr.
DB Danny Johnson, Southern, Sr.
DB Marlon Bridges, Jacksonville State, Soph.
SECOND TEAM SPECIALISTS
K Lane Clark, Tennessee State, Sr.
P Ian Berryman, Western Carolina, Jr.
KR Darius Floyd, Prairie View A&M, Jr.
PR Davion Davis, Sam Houston State, Jr.
AP Detrez Newsome, Western Carolina, Sr.
THIRD TEAM OFFENSE
WR Jaelon Acklin, Western Illinois, Sr.
WR Troy Pelletier, Lehigh, Sr.
WR Jake Wieneke, South Dakota State, Sr.
TE Andy Schumpert, Furman, Sr.
OL Alex Light, Richmond, Sr.
OL Jacob Judd, Western Illinois, Sr.
OL Mitchell Sweigart, Princeton, Sr.
OL John Cook, Central Arkansas, Jr.
OL Matthew Schmidt, Furman, Sr.
QB Hayden Hildebrand, Central Arkansas, Sr.
RB De'Lance Turner, Alcorn State, Sr.
RB Zane Dudek, Yale, Fr.
FB Andre Stoddard, Wofford, Jr.
THIRD TEAM DEFENSE
DL Abdullah Anderson, Bucknell, Sr.
DL Khalen Saunders, Western Illinois, Jr.
DL Bilal Nichols, Delaware, Sr.
DL Eric Jackson, Central Arkansas, Sr.
LB Nick McBeath, Holy Cross, Sr.
LB Brandon Bryant, Lafayette, Sr.
LB Josh Buss, Montana, Jr.
LB Matthew Oplinger, Yale, Sr.
DB Tre Dempsey, North Dakota State, Sr.
DB Rashad Robinson, James Madison, Jr.
DB George Odum, Central Arkansas, Sr.
DB Jordan Brown, James Madison, Sr.
THIRD TEAM SPECIALISTS
K Trey Tuttle, Weber State, Fr.
P Austin Bernard, Samford, Sr.
KR Desmond Hite, Incarnate Word, Soph.
PR Xequille Harry, Weber State, Sr.
AP Davion Davis, Sam Houston State, Jr.
FOURTH TEAM OFFENSE
WR Kelvin McKnight, Samford, Jr.
WR Jesper Horsted, Princeton, Jr.
WR Daurice Fountain, Northern Iowa, Sr.
TE Ross Dwelley, San Diego, Sr.
OL Ben Huss, Duquesne, Sr.
OL Iosua Opeta, Weber State, Jr.
OL Daniel Cooney, San Diego, Jr.
OL Stetson Dagel, South Dakota, Sr.
OL Ross Demmel, Wofford, Sr.
QB Jeremiah Briscoe, Sam Houston State, Sr.
RB Corey Avery, Sam Houston State, Sr.
RB A.J. Hines, Duquesne, Soph.
FB Anthony Manzo-Lewis, Albany, Sr.
FOURTH TEAM DEFENSE
DL Chris Stewart, Sam Houston State, Jr.
DL Chris Terrell, Central Arkansas, Soph.
DL Darin Greenfield, South Dakota, Soph.
DL Jaison Williams, Austin Peay, Soph.
LB Thomas Costigan, Bryant, Jr.
LB Mario Jenkins, Idaho State, Sr.
LB Shaheed Salmon, Samford, Sr.
LB De'Arius Christmas, Grambling State, Jr.
DB Rock Ya-Sin, Presbyterian, Jr.
DB Jimmy Moreland, James Madison, Jr.
DB Malik Duncan, Saint Francis (PA), Sr.
DB Raven Greene, James Madison, Sr.
FOURTH TEAM SPECIALISTS
K Gunnar Raborn, McNeese, Jr.
P Keith Wrzuszczak, Eastern Kentucky, Sr.
KR Jean Constant, Bryant, Soph.
PR Khris Gardin, North Carolina A&T, Sr.
AP Elijah Marks, Northern Arizona, Sr.
•A name that might have been on the list if Dartmouth could have convinced him to come to Hanover? Brian O'Neill, son of former Big Green halfback Brendan O'Neill '72. The younger O'Neill, an All-ACC offensive tackle for Pitt, has declared for the NFL draft after earning his degree in finance. (LINK)
O'Neill is a former winner of the "Piesman Trophy." (LINK)
•Hanover High School, directly behind the south goal post at Memorial Field, offers the closest parking for Dartmouth football games. Not sure how much the school brings in, but the guess here is it's probably not quite what a high school near a Big Ten school rakes in each year ;-)
Pioneer High School's take for allowing cars to park on its property before the six Michigan Wolverine football games last fall? A cool $1.014 million dollars!
•Kudos to the Dartmouth men's ice hockey team for a headline-grabbing win. From the Dartmouth release (LINK):
Down three goals after the first period to the defending champion and second-ranked team in the nation? No problem.
That’s what the Dartmouth men’s hockey team managed to do on Saturday night at Magness Arena against No. 2 Denver, erasing a 3-0 first-period deficit to win, 5-4.Dartmouth improved to 3-8-1 while Denver dropped to 10-4-4, which did not go over well with the Pioneer coach. (LINK)