The New Jersey Athletic Conference today announced the All-Conference honors, among the honorees was six members of the Southern Virginia Football Team, two named for the first time since joining the NJAC to the All-NJAC first team, one All-NJAC second team and a duo receiving honorable mention.
Southern Virginia University’s Jason Siaosi was named the New Jersey Athletic Conference Defensive Rookie of the Week after a solid performance in Saturday’s win against Kean. Siaosi collected a team-high nine total tackles including one sack.
The Southern Virginia University football team tallied its first win of the 2018 campaign on Saturday, beating Kean University in a defensive battle by a score of 14-9. The victory was also the first for Ed Mulitalo as head coach.
Southern Virginia University’s Mason Fauatea was named the New Jersey Athletic Conference Defensive Rookie of the week after totaling four tackles and one sack in his first appearance of the season at Christopher Newport.
Southern Virginia University head football coach Ed Mulitalo has named Nate Lealao and Rob McCoy co-defensive coordinators, filling the void left as Mulitalo stepped into the head coach position on March 30.
Southern Virginia University President Reed N. Wilcox today named ten-year NFL veteran and former Super Bowl Champion Edwin Mulitalo head coach of the Knights football program. Mulitalo replaces two-year head coach Joe DuPaix, who will become the slot backs coach at the NCAA Division I United States Naval Academy.
The Virginia Sports Information Directors (VaSID) announced the 2017 College Division All-State football teams on Saturday, naming Southern Virginia University safety Neil Davis to the All-State Second Team.