Three Kohawks earn D3football.

com All-American honors CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa - For the fifth time in school history, Coe College had three or more players selected to an All-American football team in the same season. Three Kohawks earned All-American honors this season. Seniors Frank Weymiller (New Albin, Iowa/Waukon) and Demetreus Johnson (Cedar Rapids, Iowa/Kennedy), along with junior Nathan Yelton (Bloomington, Ill./Central Catholic) were selected to the team. Weymiller was a second team selection, Johnson was a third team selection and Yelton was named to the fourth team. Coe has now had nine All-American selections, the third most in the Iowa Conference. This is the fifth time in Iowa Conference history that a school has had three players selected as All-Americans in the same season (Central 2007, Simpson 2003 and Wartburg 2003 & 2010). Weymiller becomes the first player in Iowa Conference history to be named an All-American in three different seasons. He joins Richard Matthews (1990-92) and Ray Neosh (1995-97) to do it while playing at Coe. Both Matthews and Neosh achieved the honor while playing in the Midwest Conference. Weymiller was an honorable mention selection in 2009 and a second team choice last year, the only three years he played for the Kohawks due to injury. Earlier this season, Weymiller was named the Iowa Conference Defensive Player of the Year and a first team All-Iowa Conference selection, along with becoming the second player in Iowa Conference history to be named to the All-West Region team three times. Weymiller ranked 19th in the country with 1.0 sacks per game and ranked 25th with 1.68 tackles for loss per game. Johnson was previously named a All-West Region First Team selection and a first team All-Iowa Conference choice. Johnson finished the season with 34 solo tackles and 43 total. He intercepted four passes, while breaking up five others. He also forced two fumbles. Weymiller and Johnson are the first two-time first team all-region selections in school history. Yelton, a two-time first team All-Iowa Conference selection, earned All-West region honors for the first time earlier this year. Yelton is the first offensive lineman in school history to earn the honor from The Kohawk offense ranked 43rd in the nation in rushing offense and 62nd in passing offense. Coe also ranked 27th in total offense with 456.18 yards per game and 17th in scoring offense with 38.45 points per game. Coe ranked 62nd in the nation in sacks allowed with just 1.36 per game. The Kohawks finished the season 10-1 after completing the regular season 10-0. It was the fourth 10-win season in school history. Coe also won its fourth Iowa Conference title and the first outright title in school history.

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