Stevens, Eisenbast Received Hampshire Society Recognition

Colorado State football fullback Patrick Elsenbast and quarterback Nick Stevens were recognized Wednesday by the National Football Foundation (NFF) as members of the 2018 NFF Hampshire Society.
The NFF Hampshire Honor Society recognizes players from all divisions of play who maintained a cumulative 3.2 grade-point average or better throughout their college careers, while also playing a significant role on his respective team.
Elsenbast played in all 13 games last season and owned a 3.508 undergraduate GPA as an education and human resource studies major. The Chatfield High School product played at linebacker and on special teams last season, registering nine tackles and a forced fumble. He also earned academic All-Mountain West honors for the third season in a row.
Stevens was enrolled in graduate school during the season and held an undergraduate GPA of 3.222 as a tourism management major. The Murrieta, Calif., native was named first-team All-MW last season after throwing for 3,799 yards and 29 touchdowns. He led the league in passer efficiency rating, passing yards, passing yards per pass attempt, passing yards per game, completions and passing touchdowns.

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