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NDSU leads All-MVFC with eight on first team

(STATS) - The top three finishers in the Missouri Valley Football Conference had the most first-team selections on the all-conference team announced Monday.

Co-champion North Dakota State, which has won the last five FCS national titles, led the way with eight first-team selections, including repeat picks Zack Johnson, an offensive tackle, and Greg Menard, a defensive end. The Bison had four second-team and three honorable mention selections.

South Dakota State, the other co-champion, and third-place finisher Youngstown State each had five first-team selections.

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Leaders
Passing Yards: J. Straughan2429
Passing TDs: J. Straughan15
Rushing Yards: C. Walter335
Rushing TDs: J. Mixon10
Receiving Yards: I. Lamprakes617
Receiving TDs: C. Iwema5
Interceptions: None 
Schedule 2016
Date Opponent Result / Time
9/3 at Florida Atlantic L 30 - 38
9/10 vs. Southeast Missouri State W 30 - 22
9/17 vs. Murray State W 50 - 17
10/1 at UNI L 21 - 42
10/8 vs. South Dakota State L 39 - 45
10/15 at Illinois State L 28 - 31
10/22 vs. Indiana State L 14 - 22
10/29 at Missouri State L 35 - 38
11/5 vs. South Dakota W 35 - 28
11/12 at Youngstown State L 14 - 21
11/19 vs. Western Illinois W 44 - 34
Missouri Valley
  Conference Overall
7 South Dakota State 7-1 9-3
4 North Dakota State 7-1 11-1
13 Youngstown State 6-2 10-3
Illinois State 4-4 6-6
Northern Iowa 4-4 5-6
Western Illinois 3-5 6-5
South Dakota 3-5 4-7
Missouri State 2-6 4-7
Indiana State 2-6 4-7
Southern Illinois 2-6 4-7
Offense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 5172 (20)
Passing Yards: 3660 (5)
Rushing Yards: 1512 (79)
Points per game: 30.9 (32)
Yards per game: 470.2 (12)
Touchdowns: 42 (32)
Field Goals: 9 (60)
Defense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 4764 (98)
Passing Yards: 2939 (109)
Rushing Yards: 1825 (65)
Points per game: 30.7 (86)
Yards per game: 433.1 (102)
Touchdowns: 42 (86)
Field Goals: 11 (78)
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