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Trojan Football announces season-ending awards
February 16, 2011
The Dakota State University football team held their season-ending awards banquet on Friday, Jan. 28 at the Dakota Prairie Playhouse. "Each player got a chance to vote for one player per award and they did a great job of recognizing talented individuals who made a big difference for the team," stated head football coach Josh Anderson.
Wide receiver Stacey Berg (sophomore – Winslow, Ariz.) was chosen as the Offensive Most Valuable Player. During the 2010 season, he had 30 receptions for 572 yards with five touchdowns. Berg averaged 3.3 receptions and 63.6 yards per game. He also averaged 19.1 yards per catch. Berg was named to DAC All-Conference second team offense. He earned the player-of-the-week honors from the DAC two times. Stacey is the son of Kevin and Melissa Berg.
The Defensive Most Valuable Player goes to defensive back Bryce Logan (junior – Frankfort, S.D.). He recorded 55 tackles during the season. Logan had 10.5 tackles-for-loss of 29 yards. In addition, he caught two interceptions with seven pass deflections and recorded a quarterback sack. Logan was named to DAC All-Conference Honorable Mention for his second straight year. Bryce is the son of James and Andrea Logan.
The Offensive Lineman of the Year was awarded to Marshall Doeden (sophomore – Sibley, Iowa). He was chosen as DAC All-Conference Honorable Mention for his second straight year. Marshall is the son of Tom and Kim Doeden.
Wade Hoffman (junior – Artesian, S.D.) was named to Defensive Lineman of the Year. He recorded 25 tackles for the Trojans. Hoffman had 2.5 tackles-for-loss. Wade is the son of Liz Hoffman.
Other team awards are:
Defensive back John Niesen (sophomore – Amherst, S.D.) – Lifter of the Year
Wide receiver Carl Curtis (junior – Mesa, Ariz.) – Rookie of the Year
Defensive back Josh Windsor (senior – Harrison, Neb.) – Blue Collar Player of the Year
Nick Huntimer, Dakota State University Sports Information Director