Navy had four players named First Team All-CSFL and two named to the second team.
The accolade is Swenson’s third of the year.
Navy scored nine touchdowns and three field goals, while posting a shutout to win 72-0.
The Mids shutout the Eagles for the third consecutive game in the series.
Navy leads the all-time series with Army, 42-34-1.
2017 All-Collegiate Sprint Football League (First Team)
2017 (Sophomore): Named First Team All-Collegiate Sprint Football Team … Played in all eight games on the season … Led the team in points scored with 66 … Finished the year with 33 made PATs on 34 attempts, while also connecting on 11 field goals … Recorded a season-high 18 points in the season finale against Caldwell, finishing the game 9-for-9 in PATs with a season-best three field goals made, including a season-long 48-yard FG … Also had 11 points against Mansfield, tallying five extra points and two field goals … Also handled a bulk of the kickoffs, totaling 2,268 yards on 41 kicks for an average of 55.3 yards per kickoff … Three-time CSFL Special Teams Player of the Week (Sept. 26, Oct. 3, Nov. 7).
2016 (Freshman): Played in four games during the season … Recorded seven kickoffs for 357 yards (51.0 yards per kickoff) … Was perfect in field goal attempts (1-for-1) and PATs (5-for-5) … Recorded a 20-yard field goal against archrival Army … Had a season-best two PATs against Mansfield, while adding extra points against Post, Chestnut Hill, and Army … Made collegiate debut at home against Post.
High School / Personal: Competed and lettered in soccer (3 letters), football (2), and track and field (2) at Seymour High School … Earned First Team All-Conference honors for performance on the football field as a senior in 2015 … Helped Seymour’s soccer team to conference titles in 2014 and 2015 … Son of Eric and Darci.