Kollmorgen Named CFPA FCS National Co-Freshman of the Year
Courtesy: UNI Athletics Communications  
Release: Thursday 01/06/2013
DAVIDSON, N.C. - Redshirt freshman quarterback Sawyer Kollmorgen has been named the 2012 College Football Performance Awards FCS National Co-Freshman of the Year, it was announced today by the CFPA office. Kollmorgen will share the award with Villanova's John Robertson.

Kollmorgen is the third Panther to earn CFPA annual honors. L.J. Fort received the 2011 CFPA FCS Linebacker Award and Ben Boothby was honored with the CFPA FCS Defensive Tackle Award the same year.

The Jenks, Okla. native finished second in the conference in total offense, averaging 228.4 yards per game and finishing second in passing average per game with 222.7. Kollmorgen passed for over 200 yards in nine games this season including a season high 333 yards against Youngstown State.

Kollmorgen led the MVFC in touchdown passes with 21 and passing efficiency with a 141.88 rating. Kollmorgen tallied four games with three touchdown passes, including his collegiate debut at Wisconsin where he threw for 265 yards against the Big Ten's Badgers.

Kollmorgen was also named the MVFC Newcomer and Freshman of the Year for his performance during the conference season and was named MVFC Newcomer of the Week twice. He also came in second in the voting for the 2012 Jerry Rice Award, which is awarded to the FCS's top freshman in the nation.

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