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Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Six Bowie State Bulldogs Lead Preseason All-CIAA Team

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ROANOKE, Va. - The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA), its Football Coaches Association and the Sports Information Directors Association announces the 2018 CIAA Football Predicted Order of Finish and the Preseason All-CIAA Team.
For the 2018 season, the Bulldogs of Bowie State University have been selected as the predicted Championship contender. Meanwhile, the defending CIAA Champion Trojans of Virginia State University have been selected to finish second. The Bulldogs finished 9-2 last season with a 6-1 conference record and 4-1 division record. The Trojans finished 10-1 last season with a 7-0 conference record and 5-0 division record. Both BSU and VSU were featured in the first round of the NCAA Division II Region 2 football playoffs.
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2018 Predicted Order of Finish
1. Bowie State University
2. Virginia State University
3. Fayetteville State University
4. Winston-Salem State University
5. Virginia Union University
6. Saint Augustine's University
7. Chowan University
8. Shaw University
9. Elizabeth City State University
10. Johnson C. Smith University
11. Livingstone College
12. Lincoln (PA) University
Predicted Divisional Order of Finish
Northern Division
1.    Bowie State
2.     Virginia State
3.     Virginia Union
4.     Chowan
5.     Elizabeth City State
6.     Lincoln (PA)
Southern Division
1.     Fayetteville State
2.     Winston-Salem State
3.     Saint Augustine's
4.     Shaw
5.     Johnson C. Smith
6.     Livingstone
The 2018 Preseason All-CIAA Football Team is led by a standout group of student-athletes. Amir Hall, Bowie State senior quarterback, led the conference in passing yards per game (319.9 yds) and touchdowns (41). 2017 Defensive Player of the Year, defensive back Sterling Hammond of Virginia Union, highlights the preseason's defense after completing his sophomore season with 5 interceptions. He also tallied 70 total tackles, including 46 solo tackles. 2017 Special Teams Player of the Year, kicker Gene Carson of Bowie State, scored 102 points for the Bulldogs last season, completing 10-13 (77%) field goals and 72-77 (94%) extra point attempts. 
2018 Preseason All-CIAA Football Team
Offense
TE
#89
Carlton Evans
ECSU
6-3
240
Sr.
Durham, NC
OL
#65
Tyreek Bailey*
FSU
6-2
305
Sr.
Newport News, VA
OL
#70
Frank Ball*
VSU
6-3
280
r-Jr.
Hampton, VA
OL
#77
Shamdu Nalls*
VUU
6-4
330
Sr.
Baltimore, MD
OL
#78
Donald Boone
CU
6-4
290
Sr.
Hertford, NC
OL
#57
Deveonte Mackey
WSSU
6-3
280
So.
Lakeland, FL
WR
#18
Lansana Sesay
BSU
6-4
175
Sr.
Bowie, MD
WR
#84
Torry Baker
CU
6-0
180
Sr.
Charlotte, NC
QB
#6
Amir Hall*
BSU
6-4
180
Sr.
Bowie, MD
RB
#28
Stevie Green
FSU
6-1
190
Jr.
Washington, NC
RB
#26
Kerrion Moore
WSSU
5-9
190
R-Jr.
Gastonia, NC
KR
#32
Brandon Smith
FSU
5-8
170
Jr.
Raeford, NC
PK
#47
Gene Carson*
BSU
6-2
185
Jr.
Accokeek, MD

Defense
DL
#34
Jarell Bright*
WSSU
6-2
235
Sr.
Charlotte, NC
DL
#11
Derrick Tate*
BSU
6-3
210
Sr.
Baltimore, MD
DL
#99
Jalen Cousar
FSU
6-1
320
Sr.
Charlotte, NC
DL
#51
Oluwaleke Ajenifuja
BSU
6-3
207
R-Jr.
Beltsville, MD
DL
#94
Tyler Bembry
CU
6-1
235
R-Sr.
Suffolk, VA
LB
#34
Devon Hunt*
SU
6-1
220
Jr.
Rockingham, NC
LB
#14
Vincent Thomas
ECSU
6-1
235
Sr.
New Symra Beach, FL
LB
#46
Anthony Harris
FSU
6-2
220
R-Jr.
Greenville, NC
DB
#8
Jaleel Scroggins
SU
6-1
180
So.
Raleigh, NC
DB
#7
Quantaye Battle
VUU
6-2
210
R-Jr.
Baltimore, MD
DB
#26
Sterling Hammond*
VUU
6-1
195
Jr.
Caret, VA
DB
#19
Elvin De La Rosa
FSU
6-1
190
So.
Winston-Salem, NC
PR
#23
William Flowers*
BSU
5-10
180
Jr.
Baltimore, MD
P
#19
Brandon Howard 
JCSU 
5-8
200
Jr.
Columbia, SC
*2017 All-CIAA First Team Members
The 2018 CIAA football season opens on Thursday, August 30, 2018 with the CIAA Football Championship scheduled for Saturday, November 10, 2018 in Salem, Virginia. The nationally televised championship game will be played at Salem Football Stadium and feature the CIAA Northern and Southern Division champions. Bowie State opens the season Thursday (August 30th) on the road at Wagner College (Staten Island, N.Y.) at 6 p.m.
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