Archive - Nov 14, 2011
VCSU Vikings Football swept the Dakota Athletic Conference Postseason Awards, with LeTheo Proctor garnering the conference MVP award, Jordan Maher snagging Most Valuable Senior, and Head Coach Dennis McCulloch earning DAC Coach of the Year honors.
The 2011 All-DAC Football Teams were also announced Monday, with eight VCSU players named to the roster - the most of any DAC team.
DL Jordan Maher, 6'4, 264, SR, Bowman, N.D.
DB Cody Kilthau, 5'11, 191, SR, Mililani, Hawaii
LB Jake Thurston, 5'11, 202, SO, Bottineau, N.D.
OL Major Hopp, 6'2, 292, SR, Milica, Minn.
First round NAIA playoff match-ups were announced Sunday afternoon, with the No. 12-ranked VCSU Vikings pitted against the No. 2 Carroll College Fighting Saints.
The Vikings will have to be on their toes against an experienced Saints team that will come into the match-up as the defending NAIA National Champion, and 10-1 on the season.
Saturday's game will be VCSU's first playoff appearance since 2001, when they were defeated by Carroll and Coach Mike Van Diest, who holds an .880 career win percentage in his 13-year tenure.