In the News
"In the News" highlights outstanding achievements, significant contributions and awards by and for Sul Ross State University students, faculty, staff and alumni.
SPRINGER NAMED AZTEC BOWL MVP
The two teams consisted of the All-American Eagles, who were composed of top players from the United States, and the ONEFA Mexican National All-Stars.
Springer threw three touchdowns in the game to propel the Eagles to 49-26 victory. He connected with Brent Baune (Concordia College-Moorhead) twice in the first half for scores of four and five yards. Then, in the third quarter, Springer found a familiar target in Lobo teammate Dominique Carson (Waxahachie/WHS) for 27-yard strike.
LOBOS’ CARSON NAMED BSN FIRST-TEAM ALL-AMERICAN
Sul Ross State University football standout Dominique Carson (Waxahachie) was named a 2012 Beyond Sports Network first-team All-American for NCAA Division III.
Carson, a senior running back who set numerous single-season and career records in a Lobo uniform, was listed as Athlete on the 35-member first team, which includes offensive, defensive and special teams players. Carson, a first-team All-American Southwest Conference selection and the conference’s Offensive Player of the Year, topped the NCAA Division III charts in all-purpose yardage, averaging 263 per game. He led the ASC in rushing (1,321 yards), setting a new Lobo single-season record, and scored 28 touchdowns, including eight in one game, the latter a team and conference record.