November 5, 2010
Dennis Named to ESPN Academic All-District Football Team
TOWSON, MD -- Catawba senior quarterback Patrick Dennis (Durham, NC/Cedar Ridge HS) has been named to the 2010 ESPN Academic All-District III football team for the college division. The team is selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).
Dennis, who has guided the Catawba Indians to a current 6-2 record, has set several school records during his career. He shares the record with five touchdown passes in a game and in 2008 set the record for passer rating in a season.
Dennis has achieved a 3.81 grade point average while majoring in therapeutic recreation. He is also a member of the SAC Honor Roll. He will advance to the national ballot as a candidate for Academic All-America honors.
District III (college division) includes all non-NCAA Division I schools (Division II, III and NAIA) in Florida, Georgia, Virginia and North and South Carolina. To be nominated for ESPN Academic All-America® honors, a student-athlete must be at least a sophomore with a 3.3 cumulative grade point average and must be a starter or a significant reserve on his team.
ESPN Academic All-District III football team
QB - Patrick Dennis, CATAWBA
WR - Laqqan Brodie, NC Wesleyan
WR - Philip Thomas, Wingate
TE - Kyle Feldman, Shenandoah
RB - Brett Murray, Washington & Lee
RB - Harrison Hudson, Washington & Lee
OL - Ralph Curiel, Wingate
OL - Greg Kurkis, Washington & Lee
OL - Kenneth Hall, Christopher Newport
OL - Jake Thomas, Valdosta State
OL - Clayton Walvoort, Ferrum
PK - Colin Corpe, Lenoir-Rhyne
DB - Dominik Taylor, Christopher Newport
DB - David Sternlicht, Washington & Lee
DB - Michael Young, Emory & Henry
DB - Dudley Spence, Valdosta State
LB - Taylor Malone, Washington & Lee
LB - Adam Deese, UNC Pembroke
LB - Daniel Preston, Emory & Henry
DL - Will Riggenbach, Hampden-Sydney
DL - Nick Erdman, Shenandoah
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