COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (September 28, 2015) – The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference deemed Colorado State University-Pueblo senior defensive lineman Morgan Fox (Fountain, Colo.) worthy of RMAC Defensive Player of the Week honors, announced by the league office Monday.
Fox continued to rack up sacks Saturday, as he totaled three in the 42-27 home victory against Western New Mexico University. The three sacks resulted in the loss of 31 yards for the Mustangs. Fox totaled six tackles (four solo), three tackles for loss and added four quarterback hurries.
Fox helped the Pack allow just 15 yards rushing in the game and only six points in the second half.
The senior end has 10 sacks (-82 yards) this season to lead NCAA Division II, while his 13.0 tackles for loss (-88 yards) is also the nation's best. The lost yards in both categories is also leading Division II.
Fox is the second member of the Pack to earn the conference player of the week nod, as senior Kieren Duncan (WR/KR, Goodyear, Ariz.) was named RMAC Special Teams Player of the Week Sept. 14.
Fox is also a nominee for HERO Sports Defensive Stud of the Week. Voting is going on now at - http://herosports.com/collegefootball/d2-football-studs-of-the-week-4/
The ThunderWolves hit the road Saturday, Oct. 3 to battle Adams State University in a 1 p.m. RMAC tilt. The Grizzlies are coming off a historic comeback victory, as they defeated Western State Colorado Unviersity 52-51 in the second overtime after trailing 42-6 in the first half.
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As a member of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, Colorado State University – Pueblo competes in 22 varsity sports in NCAA Division II intercollegiate athletics.