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Six Trojans earn DAC Football All-Conference honors
November 10, 2010
DICKINSON, N.D. - The Dakota Athletic Conference (DAC) has announced its football all-conference honors Wednesday afternoon. Six Dakota State players had been listed to all-conference teams.
Joe Whealy, a senior team captain from Madison, S.D., was named to DAC All-Conference first-team At-Large linebacker. He led the DAC conference in tackles with 105. According to NAIA-DakStats statistical website, Whealy ranks 10th in the nation in tackles (all positions) per game with an average of 10.5. Joe is the son of Mark and Lisa Whealy.
Sophomore wide receiver Stacey Berg (Winslow, Ariz.) was selected to DAC All-Conference second-team offense. He has been named to DAC player of the week two times this season. For the season, Berg recorded 30 receptions for a total of 572 yards. He ranks 50th in the nation in receiving yards per game (63.6 yards per game). Berg averaged 19.1 yards per catch and caught five touchdown passes. Stacey is the son of Kevin and Melissa Berg.
Four Trojan players earned DAC All-Conference Honorable Mention - Wade Hoffman, Marshall Doeden, Darrik Bunker and Bryce Logan.
Hoffman, a junior defensive tackle from Artesian, S.D., recorded 25 tackles for the Trojans. He recorded 2.5 tackles-for-loss. Wade is the son of Liz Hoffman.
Doeden, a sophomore from Sibley, Iowa, was selected to the DAC All-Conference Honorable Mention as an offensive lineman for the second straight year. Marshall is the son of Tom and Kim Doeden.
A freshman running back from Arlington, S.D., Bunker recorded 64 rushes for 188 yards this season. He recorded 106 rushing yards against Minot State this season. Darrik is the son of Brad Bunker and Sherry Gullickson.
Logan, a defensive back from Frankfort, S.D., was named to DAC All-Conference Honorable Mention for his second straight year. He recorded 55 tackles, including 10.5 tackles-for-loss of 29 yards. Logan ranks 47th in the nation in total tackles-for-loss. Bryce is the son of James and Andrea Logan.
Nick Huntimer, Dakota State University Sports Information Director