|Posted October 24, 2011|
Major nets another RMAC weekly honor
Pack senior is RMAC Special Teams Player of the Week for fourth time in 2011.
Related: RMAC Football Release (Oct. 24, 2011)
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (GoThunderWolves.com - Oct. 24, 2011) - CSU-Pueblo senior kicker Kyle Major was again recognized by the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference as its special teams player of the week, marking the fourth time this season he has been recognized.
Major hit two of his three field goal attempts in the Pack's win over Colorado Mesa, running his national-leading field goal total to 18 on the season. He also broke the school record for most field goals in a season - breaking his own record seet in 2010 - with his 17th field goal of the season.
In his career, Major has been named the RMAC Special Teams Player of the Week nine times, the most in recent RMAC history (since 2002). The only RMAC player to secure a weekly honor more times than Major is currently in the NFL - former Chadron State tailback and current New England Patriot, Danny Woodhead.
Major's selection also marks the sixth straight week in which a ThunderWolf has been named one of the three RMAC players of the week.