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  2019 AFCA DIVISION II COACHES' SECOND TEAM ALL-AMERICAN: OL Joseph Gonzales, Sr., Western Oregon,...Gonzales started every game this season and helped the WOU offense shatter several program records since the program moved to Division II in 2000 rushing for the most yards in a single season with 2,672 and the most rushing touchdowns with 30. The 5,119 yards of total offense is also a new high mark in a season, as the Wolves recorded 53 total touchdowns this year.

The passing game was also effective tossing for 21 touchdowns and 2,452 yards. The Wolves scored 375 points this season and picked up 238 first downs. He helped block for a trio of runners that all went for over 700-plus yards this season, with Omari Land rushing for over 1,000 yards, QB Ty Currie rushing for 825 yards and Nico Jackson adding 729 yards. All three went for over 100 yards in the first meeting against Azusa Pacific and Currie took home three GNAC Player of the Week honors and Land with one during the season. - Western Oregon Football


(DS#74 OT) Sr/2020 OT Joseph GonzalesWestern Oregon
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  12/19/19 - Omari LandrJr/2022, Western Oregon, 5-10, 185 (DS#999 RB) + More +

  2019 ALL-GNAC FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES): Omari Land, Western Oregon, RB,...Land was named GNAC Player of the Week once during the season and had several big games in helping lead a potent rushing attack. Land started all 11 games rushing for 1,014 yards on 171 carries and nine touchdowns. He had a long carry of 55 yards and averaged 92.18 yards per game. He also caught 10 passes for 178 yards and two touchdowns, taking a long reception for 90 yards and a score against Simon Fraser. He rushed for over 100 yards in six games, putting together a season-high 171 yards against Central Washington on 21 carries. Land reached the end zone on the ground in six games, putting together a three score game against Azusa Pacific and then added a two score effort versus Angelo State. While he had a 90-yard TD reception versus Simon Fraser, he also added a two catch, 56-yard game with a touchdown against Midwestern State as his receiving touchdown was a big play right before halftime to help lead WOU to the victory. - Western Oregon Football

(DS#999 RB) rJr/2022 RB Omari LandWestern Oregon
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  12/19/19 - Ty CurrieSr/2020, Western Oregon, 6-1, 205 (DS#106 QB) + More +

  2019 ALL-GNAC FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES): Ty Currie, Western Oregon, QB,...Currie put together a season to remember leading the GNAC in passing efficiency (152.1), passing yards (2,397), passing yards per completion (17.12), total offense (292.2) and yards per pass attempt (9.36). He ranks in the top-50 nationally in passing efficiency (26th), passing touchdowns with 20 (37th), passing yards (31st), passing yards per game with 217.9 (44th), passing yards per completion (5th), points responsible for with 190 (16th), points responsible for per game with 17.3 (22nd), rushing touchdowns with 11 (33rd), total offense with 292.9 (12th) and yards per pass attempt (8th). Currie's 11 rushing touchdowns this season ties the program record for most in a season since moving to Division II in 2000. He rushed 137 times for 825 yards, averaging 75 yards per game. - Western Oregon Football

(DS#106 QB) Sr/2020 QB Ty CurrieWestern Oregon
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  2019 ALL-GNAC FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES): Joseph Gonzales, Western Oregon, OL,...Gonzales not only started every game along the offensive line this season, but is also a finalist for the Gene Upshaw Award in Super Region 4. Gonzales has helped the WOU offense shatter several program records since the program moved to Division II in 2000 rushing for the most yards in a single season with 2,672 and the most rushing touchdowns with 30. The 5,119 yards of total offense is also a new high mark in a season, as the Wolves recorded 53 total touchdowns this year.

The passing game was also effective tossing for 21 touchdowns and 2,452 yards. The Wolves scored 375 points this season and picked up 238 first downs. He helped block for a trio of runners that all went for over 700-plus yards this season, with Omari Land rushing for over 1,000 yards, QB Ty Currie rushing for 825 yards and Nico Jackson adding 729 yards. All three went for over 100 yards in the first meeting against Azusa Pacific and Currie took home three GNAC Player of the Week honors and Land with one during the season. - Western Oregon Football


(DS#74 OT) Sr/2020 OT Joseph GonzalesWestern Oregon
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  2019 ALL-GNAC FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES): Blayne Burnett, Western Oregon, DL,...Burnett leads the team in quarterback hurries with eight and is fifth on the team in total tackles with 41, collecting 19 solo. He also has four tackles for loss, 2.5 sacks and a blocked kick. Six games this season he has at least four tackles going for a high with six in the season opener against Angelo State. Burnett tallied a pair of tackles for loss against Simon Fraser which included a sack. He added another sack against nationally-ranked Texas A&M-Commerce and had a QB hurry in five games, going for a high with three versus Simon Fraser. - Western Oregon Football

(DS#103 DT) Sr/2021 DT Blayne BurnettWestern Oregon
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  2019 ALL-GNAC FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES): Curtis Anderson, Western Oregon, KR,...Anderson was named to both the offensive and defensive first teams after putting together a great overall season. Anderson showed his versatility in the return game taking 29 kickoffs back for 636 yards, averaging 21.93 yards per game and had a long return of 63 yards. He was named GNAC Player of the Week twice. - Western Oregon Football

(DS#999 SS) Sr/2021 SS Curtis AndersonWestern Oregon
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  12/19/19 - Braelen EvansSr/2020, Western Oregon, 5-11, 190 (DS#195 CB) + More +

  2019 ALL-GNAC FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM (COACHES): Braelen Evans, Western Oregon, DB,...Evans also transferred in for this season after playing at the University of West Florida. The defensive back started every game at defensive back tallying 36 tackles, 29 solo, tackle for loss, two interceptions and eight passes broken up. He recorded an interception against Midwestern State and Azusa Pacific, with his INT against the Cougars helping stop a big drive early in the second half. Evans had at least five tackles in four games with a high of six against Texas A&M-Commerce. He had three passes broken up against Azusa Pacific and had a pair of breakups versus Central Washington. - Western Oregon Football

(DS#195 CB) Sr/2020 CB Braelen EvansWestern Oregon
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  12/19/19 - Tyler WharfSr/2021, Western Oregon, 6-1, 260 (DS#999 OLB) + More +

  2019 ALL-GNAC FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM (COACHES): Tyler Wharf, Western Oregon, LB,...Wharf added to the linebacker trio of Proctor, Jr., and Jaylin Parnell that were all over the field throughout the season. He finished third on the team behind both of those players in tackles with 60, including 36 solo stops. He also had 3.5 tackles for loss, three passes broken up and a quarterback hurry in starting every game. Wharf recorded a tackle in every game going for at least five in eight games posting a high of 10 against Texas A&M-Commerce in which he had seven solo stops. He had at least four solo tackles in three games, a tackle for loss in five games with a high of one against Texas A&M-Commerce and Simon Fraser and broke up a pair of passes versus Simon Fraser. - Western Oregon Football

(DS#999 OLB) Sr/2021 OLB Tyler WharfWestern Oregon
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  2019 ALL-GNAC FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM (COACHES): Tyrell Cummings, Western Oregon, DL,...Cummings also made a big impact in his first season at WOU after transferring from Central Oklahoma. He started every game along the defensive line compiling 32 tackles, 16 solo, eight tackles for loss, 4.5 sacks, a quarterback hurry and a forced fumble. His eight tackles for loss was third on the team, as well as his 4.5 sacks. Cummings had at least five tackles in three games going for a high of seven against Azusa Pacific. He had at least a half-tackle for loss in six games, posting a pair of 2.5 tackles for loss games against Azusa Pacific (twice). Cummings also had a sack in four games with a high of 1.5 against Azusa Pacific. His forced fumble was also against the Cougars. - Western Oregon Football

(DS#95 DT) Sr/2020 DT Tyrell CummingsWestern Oregon
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  2019 ALL-GNAC FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM (COACHES): Avery Bilensky, Western Oregon, OL,...Bilensky made a big impact during his first season with the Wolves after transferring from Humboldt State. He started every game along the offensive line this year helping the WOU offense shatter several program records since the program moved to Division II in 2000 rushing for the most yards in a single season with 2,672 and the most rushing touchdowns with 30. The 5,119 yards of total offense is also a new high mark in a season, as the Wolves recorded 53 total touchdowns this year. The passing game was also effective tossing for 21 touchdowns and 2,452 yards. The Wolves scored 375 points this season and picked up 238 first downs. He helped block for a trio of runners that all went for over 700-plus yards this season, with Omari Land rushing for over 1,000 yards, QB Ty Currie rushing for 825 yards and Nico Jackson adding 729 yards. All three went for over 100 yards in the first meeting against Azusa Pacific and Currie took home three GNAC Player of the Week honors and Land with one during the season. - Western Oregon Football

(DS#999 OG) rJr/2022 OG Avery BilenskyWestern Oregon
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  12/19/19 - Aaron TurnerrSr/2020, Western Oregon, 6-6, 300 (DS#92 OT) + More +

  2019 ALL-GNAC FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM (COACHES): Aaron Turner, Western Oregon, OL,...Turner started every game along the offensive line this year helping the WOU offense shatter several program records since the program moved to Division II in 2000 rushing for the most yards in a single season with 2,672 and the most rushing touchdowns with 30. The 5,119 yards of total offense is also a new high mark in a season, as the Wolves recorded 53 total touchdowns this year. The passing game was also effective tossing for 21 touchdowns and 2,452 yards. The Wolves scored 375 points this season and picked up 238 first downs. He helped block for a trio of runners that all went for over 700-plus yards this season, with Omari Land rushing for over 1,000 yards, QB Ty Currie rushing for 825 yards and Nico Jackson adding 729 yards. All three went for over 100 yards in the first meeting against Azusa Pacific and Currie took home three GNAC Player of the Week honors and Land with one during the season. - Western Oregon Football

(DS#92 OT) rSr/2020 OT Aaron TurnerWestern Oregon
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  12/19/19 - Jakob PruittSr/2021, Western Oregon, 6-2, 285 (DS#999 C) + More +

  2019 ALL-GNAC FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM (COACHES): Jakob Pruitt, Western Oregon, OL,...Pruitt started every game along the offensive line this year at center helping the WOU offense shatter several program records since the program moved to Division II in 2000 rushing for the most yards in a single season with 2,672 and the most rushing touchdowns with 30. The 5,119 yards of total offense is also a new high mark in a season, as the Wolves recorded 53 total touchdowns this year. The passing game was also effective tossing for 21 touchdowns and 2,452 yards. The Wolves scored 375 points this season and picked up 238 first downs. He helped block for a trio of runners that all went for over 700-plus yards this season, with Omari Land rushing for over 1,000 yards, QB Ty Currie rushing for 825 yards and Nico Jackson adding 729 yards. All three went for over 100 yards in the first meeting against Azusa Pacific and Currie took home three GNAC Player of the Week honors and Land with one during the season. - Western Oregon Football

(DS#999 C) Sr/2021 C Jakob PruittWestern Oregon
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  2019 ALL-GNAC FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM (COACHES): Marquis Sampson, Western Oregon, WR,...Sampson is third on the team in receiving with 348 yards on 21 catches. He is second on the team in receiving touchdowns with four and averages 31.64 yards per game. He was also involved on special teams returning nine kickoffs for 202 yards (22.44 average) with a long of 67 yards that he did against Texas A&M-Kingsville to earn GNAC Player of the Week honors. Sampson also took a few carries this season rushing eight times for 36 yards and a touchdown, with a long carry of 14 yards. His scored a rushing touchdown against Central Washington, which was his only carry of the game. He had at least 50 receiving yards in five games, going for a high of 66 on three catches and a score against Azusa Pacific. Sampson had a receiving touchdown against Azusa Pacific (twice) and Central Washington (twice). - Western Oregon Football

(DS#999 WR) rJr/2022 WR Marquis SampsonWestern Oregon
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  12/19/19 - Niko JacksonSr/2020, Western Oregon, 6-1, 215 (DS#150 RB) + More +

  2019 ALL-GNAC FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM (COACHES): Niko Jackson, Western Oregon, RB,...Jackson put together a big second season with the Wolves finishing third on the team in overall rushing yards with 729. He carried the ball 143 times and tallied seven touchdowns, with a long carry of 40 yards and averaged 66.27 yards per game in starting all 11 games. He also caught eight passes for 77 yards and a touchdown with a long reception of 24 yards. Jackson rushed for at least 50 yards in nine games this season, going over 100 yards against Azusa Pacific when he went for 106 yards on 15 carries. He also added a pair of almost 100 yard efforts versus Midwestern State and Central Washington. He rushed for a touchdown in six games with a pair of rushing touchdowns against Angelo State and Simon Fraser. He caught a pair of passes for 46 yards and a score against Simon Fraser. - Western Oregon Football

(DS#150 RB) Sr/2020 RB Niko JacksonWestern Oregon
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  12/19/19 - Andrew GrossSr/2021, Western Oregon, 6-1, 180 (DS#999 P) + More +

  2019 ALL-GNAC FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES): Andrew Gross, Western Oregon, P,...Gross handled all of the kicking and punting duties throughout the season and was twice named GNAC Player of the Week. He averaged 38.55 on 33 punts with a long of 56 yards. Four traveled over 50 yards and six landed inside the 20. In field goals he made 3-6 with a long of 37 yards and on kickoffs averaging 58.4 yards on 64 attempts, landing five for touchbacks. Gross went 42-48 on extra point tries this year. He averaged 41 yards per game in five games this season in punting with his top average of 44.25 against Simon Fraser. Gross made field goals versus Simon Fraser (twice) and Midwestern State and made six extra points both versus Simon Fraser. - Western Oregon Football

(DS#999 P) Sr/2021 P Andrew GrossWestern Oregon
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