Mike Lorenzo, senior of Oak Park, California, earned a spot on the 2014 American Football Coaches Association Division II Coaches’ All-American Team.
Four CSC football players have been awarded the Capital One Academic All-American Award. Like last year, CSC’s football team provided the most Division II players selected. CSC has two more than any other RMAC school.
For the 25th time, CSC’s record shows at least eight wins. For the team’s 100th season, the Eagles ended 8-3 overall and 7-2 RMAC. CSC flew over the Fort Lewis Skyhawks 18-16 Saturday.
The Eagles improve their record to 6-3 overall and 5-2 in the RMAC after winning against New Mexico Highlands Saturday, 52-38. Fifty-two is the most points CSC has scored in a single game so far this season.
CSC has yet to lose to BHSU since 2012 when the rivalry between the schools was renewed.
CSC lost, 41-13, to Colorado State University-Pueblo Saturday dropping to a record of 4-3 overall and 3-2 in the RMAC.
Quarterback Jonn McLain, senior of Chadron, completed 31 of 49 passes for 303 yards.
The Eagles dominated during the homecoming game, winning 40-7 against Western State Colorado University.
Despite uncooperative weather, the Eagle’s football team still came out on top of Colorado Mesa University, 24-13.