CLEVELAND, OHIO — Four members of the Hiram College football team have been selected to the 2010 All-North Coast Athletic Conference Teams. Senior wide receiver Glenn Campbell (Akron/Buchtel) earned first-team honors, while senior Luke Lewis (Fremont/St. Joseph) and juniors Jarrod Lewis (Petersburg/Springfield Local) and Oliver Dickerhoof (Alliance/Central Catholic) were tabbed honorable mention. [2010 All-NCAC Teams]
Campbell earned his second All-NCAC award and becomes just the second player in program history to garner first-team accolades since joining the conference. Campbell led the team this season in receptions (91) and yards (1,095) which were both school single-season records. He is the first wideout in Hiram history to record over 1,000 yards receiving. His 91 receptions led the NCAC and his 1,095 reception yards ranked second most. Campbell averaged just over nine receptions per game this fall which ranked in a tie for third best in all of NCAA Division III and averaged 109.5 yards per game which was 12th highest nationally. He also led the team in touchdowns (seven) and tied the Hiram longest reception in a game record of 83 yards against Carnegie Mellon (Pa.) University on Oct. 2. In addition, Campbell set two single-game records as a senior recording 15 receptions against Denison University on Sept. 18 and most reception yards in a game (220) against Carnegie Mellon. Campbell set the single-season reception yards record on two occassions, first breaking the mark against Denison with 217 yards and then again two weeks later with his current record in the game against CMU.
For his career, Campbell is the program’s all-time leader in receptions (207). In 36 career games, he recorded 2,345 yards with 15 touchdowns and averaged 11.3 yards per catch. In addition to playing wide receiver, Campbell also saw playing time at quarterback. As a QB, Campbell completed 25-of-51 passes for 382 yards and two TD. He also saw limited playing time on special teams and accounted for 2,875 all-purpose yards during his career.
Luke Lewis earned his first All-Conference award this season. He saw most of his playing time this season as a wide receiver and ended the year second in receptions with 46 and reception yards at 357. Lewis was also tied for second in TD with two. He averaged 7.8 yards per catch and 35.7 yards per game. In addition, Lewis also carried the ball two times for 23 yards.
Luke Lewis ends a versatile playing career as a running back, wideout, tight end and on special teams. As a running back, he carried the ball 168 times for 488 yards with six TD. As a receiver and tight end, he caught 81 passes for 611 yards with two career TD. In his last two seasons, Lewis began to see time on special teams as a kick returner. He totaled 298 return yards in 20 attempts for a 14.9 yards per return average. Overall, Lewis had accounted for 1,397 all-purpose yards in four seasons.
Jarrod Lewis completed a solid second season as a Terrier with his first All-NCAC honor. He ended his junior season with 39 total tackles (21 solo and 18 assists) and led the team in tackles for loss (nine) and quarterback sacks (5.5). His nine tackles for loss ranked in a tie for 10th most in the NCAC and his 5.5 sacks were fifth best. Lewis was also second on the team in pass breakups with five to go along with one fumble recovery.
Dickerhoof had an impressive junior season capped with his first All-NCAC award. He led the team and the conference in total tackles with 112 (64 solo and 48 assists). His 112 tackles ranked 17th highest in the nation. He posted 10 or more tackles in all but two games this season with a season and career-high of 17 stops against the College of Wooster on Oct. 30. Dickerhoof also led the NCAC in fumbles recovered (three) and was tied for second in fumbles forced (two). In addition, Dickerhoof was second in tackles for loss (seven), sacks (3.5) and had one blocked kick.
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