– The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) announced their selections for the 2013 All-CIAA Football First and Second Teams. Seven Bowie State University football student-athletes were selected; senior offensive lineman Omar Fahnbulleh
(Silver Spring, Md.), junior tight end Khari Lee
(Baltimore, Md.) and junior place kicker Mario Diaz-Aviles
(Washington, D.C.) were All-CIAA First Team Offense selections. This marks the second time Lee has been named All-CIAA. COMPLETE TEAM
Junior offensive lineman Austin Hochman
(Annapolis, Md.) was named to the All-CIAA Second Team along with junior running back Keith Brown
(Temple Hills, Md.). Brown just finished up his best season in a Bulldogs uniform, setting a school single game rushing yards record with 230 versus Elizabeth City State and was the first BSU rusher to gain over 1,000 yards in a season since 2006.
Junior lineman Anthony McDaniel
(Ft. Washington, Md.) was Bowie State's lone first team pick on defense. Junior defensive back Curtis Pumphrey
(Laurel, Md.) was a 2012 All-CIAA First Team choice, but was voted All-CIAA Second Team Defense in 2013.
(Dayton, Md.) and Kevaugn Townsend
(Ft. Washington, Md.) were also honored as members of the All-CIAA Rookie Team as selected by the conference Sports Information Directors.
The Bulldogs finished their season with a 5-5 overall record and 3-4 mark in CIAA competition. Their record puts them at a third place finish in the CIAA Northern Division for the 2013 season.