Senior Mario Lemuel (Suwanee, Ga./Peachtree Ridge) and sophomore Zayd Mabin (Winter Haven, Fla.) were named Second Team All-NCAC, leading five Hiram College football players to earn all-conference honors.
Lemuel earns his first All-NCAC honor.
This season, he finished with 39 tackles and led the team with six sacks and 13.5 tackles for loss.
Mabin finished the season with 39 tackles and earns his first All-NCAC honor.
In addition, he led the team with three fumble recoveries and was second on the squad in tackles for loss (10.5) and forced fumbles (two).
Bates garners in his second conecutive All-NCAC accolade.
He played and started in all 10 games on the offensive line.
Partridge threw for 2,167 yards and accumulated 2,317 yards of total offense, which are both single season school records.
This is his first All-NCAC selection.
Romanowski finished the season as Hiram’s leading tackler with 90.
He also had two interceptions and 2.5 tackles for loss, while earning his first All-NCAC honor.
Under fifth year head coach Randy Moore, Hiram went 5-5 overall and 4-5 in the NCAC. The five wins were the most for the program since the 1988 season.