Alex Koors Repeats as All-American

Alex Koors Repeats as All-American

December 20, 2010

85727December 20, 2010, Greencastle, Ind. — DePauw University senior Alex Koors has become the first player in school history to be named as a All-American in consecutive seasons. Koors, a wide receiver, was named to this year's third team after finishing the 2010 season with 86 catches for 1,255 yards and 16 touchdowns. He was a first team choice last year.

It's been a postseason full of awards for Koors, who was previously named to the 2010 American Football Coaches Association Division III All-America Team and was tapped as the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Year for a second straight year. Koors was also a second team All-South Region choice.

85447The senior's 16 touchdown receptions this fall broke the DePauw record previously held by Dan Ryan (2002). He also established DePauw and SCAC career records for receptions (255), receiving yards (3,850) and receiving touchdowns (42). Koors caught at least one touchdown pass in 10 of the 11 games this year and hauled in at least one reception in a school-record 40 straight games.

DePauw finished the season with a 9-2 record after opening with a school record nine straight wins to start the season. The Tigers captured their fourth SCAC title, their second straight and the program's only outright title.

See the complete All-American team here, and read more at the official home of Tiger football.