Football - Thu, Jan. 20, 2011
More accolades continue to roll in for Georgetown College football players. In the 9th Annual Victory Sports Network NAIA All-American Teams, the Tigers had five representatives.
Kyle Anderson, already named an NAIA All-American, made the VSN First Team.
Earning honorable mention status was Andrew Jones, Zach Goebel, Kaelin Ammons and Matt Byrd.
In eight games, Anderson had 32 tackles - 17 solo. He also had two sacks, one interception and one pass breakup.
Jones had 55 tackles, 36 solo with 2.5 sacks and two forced fumbles. Goebel was another member of the Tiger defense. The sophomore had 54 tackles, 28 solo, 4.5 sacks, one interception, one pass breakup and one forced fumble.
Ammons helped to guide Georgetown's offense as the quarterback. The junior moved from wide receiver to under center this past season. As the signal caller, Ammons completed 200-of-340 passes with just eight interceptions. He threw for 2,865 yards and 34 touchdowns. Ammons also rushed for 66 times for 398 yards and six touchdowns.
Byrd, an offensive lineman, helped to protect Ammons and make Georgetown one of the top offenses in the NAIA.
The Tigers finished ranked No. 2 in first downs per game, No. 5 in offense per game and scoring per game and No. 6 in total scoring offense and third down conversions, just to name a few of the 12 Top 25 statistics on offense.