November 15, 2007
Mark Bossuah Named To GLIAC First Team
BAY CITY, Mich. – Northern Michigan University landed four players on the 2007 Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) All-Conference Football Team. The Wildcats had one player selected to the first team and three to the second team.
Mark Bossuah was the lone ‘Cat named to the first team as a running back. He led the ‘Cats on the ground with 1,285 yards on 228 carries. Bossuah had 12 of the 17 rushing touchdowns on the season for the ‘Cats. He ended the 2007 season ranked second in the GLIAC in rushing behind Joique Bell from Wayne State who was named the GLIAC Offensive Bask of the Year.
Named to the second team were Fred Wells and Kris Krempien on offense, and Nick Bloch on defense. Wells, was named as a wide receiver, led the ‘Cats with 42 receptions for 724 yards and seven scores. Krempien was named for his play along the offensive line at tackle. He led an offensive line which helped the ‘Cats generate 4,157 yards of total offense for the season. Bloch, a linebacker, led the 2007 team with 95 total tackles (48 solo and 47 assisted tackles). He had a team-high 10.5 tackles-for-loss (-36 yards) and 3.5 sacks (-22 yards).
Joe Dost (LB), Dan Elmore (WR), Tyler Larson (DL), Mike Mahloch (DL), Zach Nichols (WR) and Buddy Rivera (QB) were all named as honorable mention selections.
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