Special to CCN A grand total of 18 players from the Colorado School of Mines football team have earned All-RMAC honors for the 2010 season, as …
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Special to CCN
A grand total of 18 players from the Colorado School of Mines
football team have earned All-RMAC honors for the 2010 season, as
announced Nov. 16 by the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference.
Earning third-team All-RMAC honors where Ponderosa High School
graduate Nate Behrends and Douglas County graduate Josh Ruff.
A 6 foot, 7 inch, 305-pound sophomore offensive lineman,
Behrends plays right tackle on the offensive line that has led CSM
to the top of the RMAC statistical charts in scoring offense (38.6
ppg), total offense (459.4 ypg) and passing offense (360.6
Ruff, a 6-0, 225-pound junior linebacker, leads CSM in solo
(34), assisted (42) and total tackles (76). The owner of seven
tackles for a loss, Ruff is ranked second in the RMAC in fumble
recoveries (tied – three) and 14th in tackles per game (6.9).
Clay Garcia was selected as the RMAC Offensive Player of the
Year, and Marc Schiechl was named RMAC Defensive Player of the
Year. Garcia and Schiechl were both First Team All-RMAC selections,
and Schiechl was the lone unanimous choice on defense. Bob Stitt
was named RMAC Football Coach of the Year, as well.
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