College Football News – Guilford Pair Lands All-South Honors

Posted by Press Release on December 10, 2013 at 3:29 pm under College, Photos | Comments are off for this article

MINNEAPOLIS – Guilford College’s Satiir Stevenson (Roselle, N.J./Abraham Clark) earned First Team All-South Region football honors from Tuesday. Quakers’ punter Tyler Hunt (Gibsonville, N.C./Eastern Guilford) was a third-team all-South selection.
The all-region teams, selected in balloting by South Region sports information directors and staff, were chosen from 257 nominations by Division III member schools. A total of 75 players were chosen. They are eligible for selection to’s All-America unit, which will be announced prior to the Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl, NCAA Division III’s national championship game, Dec. 20.

Satiir Stevenson 2015
Satiir Stevenson

Stevenson earned his second straight First Team All-Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) honor this past fall. The junior safety led the league with four interceptions and paced the Quakers with a career-high 81 tackles (47 solo), the league’s eighth-best figure. He broke up five passes and also returned punts for Guilford, averaging 8.2 yards per return. Stevenson had a pair of 10-tackle efforts, including a career-high 16 at Catholic University. His 11 takedowns helped the Quakers post their first win at Bridgewater College since 1998. He made a career-high two interceptions in Guilford’s win over Shenandoah University. After three seasons, the team captain ranks seventh in school history with 10 career interceptions and is a three-time All-ODAC honoree.

Tyler Hunt 2016
Tyler Hunt

Hunt, a sophomore, leads NCAA Division III with an ODAC- and Guilford-record 43.1 yards per punt average in 41 attempts. A First Team All-ODAC honoree, put 12 of his kicks inside the opponent’s 20-yard line and forced eight fair catches. Hunt’s leg has helped Guilford rank 13th among NCAA Division III’s net punting leaders (36.07) through games of Dec. 7. He booted a school-record 81-yard kick Sept. 14 at Methodist University, which is tied for the longest in NCAA Division III this season. His 76-yard boot Nov. 16 versus Emory & Henry ranks ninth in the nation. Hunt averaged over 50 yards per punt in three games last fall, including 52.7 yards per kick in the Quakers’ comeback win over Emory & Henry.

Stevenson and Hunt helped coach Chris Rusiewicz’s Quakers post the program’s first winning record (6-4) since 2007. Guilford finished second in the ODAC with a school-record 5-2 mark. The Quakers could return as many as 18 starters in 2014, including Stevenson.

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