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Thirteen Dayton Flyers receive Pioneer League honors

Beaschler, Will honored for third time


Seven Dayton Flyers made the All-Pioneer Football League first team, the league announced Monday.

Redshirt senior linebacker Christopher Beaschler and redshirt senior placekicker William Will earned all-league honors for the third season. Junior cornerback Christian Searles, sophomore punter Sean Smith, redshirt senior cornerback Cameron Stubbs and redshirt senior offensive tackle Jimmy Vogel were honored for the second season. Redshirt senior center Shane Toub earned first team honors for the first time.

Making the second team were senior linebacker Jack Crain and redshirt sophomore defensive end Nick Surges. Wide receiver Jack Euritt, quarterback Alex Jeske, offensive tackle Ben Gauthier and safety David Leisring received honorable mentions.

Dayton finished 9-2 in 2016, with a 7-1 record in the PFL.


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