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Originally published December 18, 2013 at 8:35 PM | Page modified December 19, 2013 at 10:35 AM

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Eastern Washington, two wins from national title, has two players atop football All-American list

The 12-2 Eagles host Towson this Saturday at 11 a.m. in the semifinals of the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision Playoffs.


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The Eastern Washington football team, which hosts Towson in an FCS national semifinal playoff game on Saturday, had two players earn first-team All-American honors.

Redshirt freshman receiver Cooper Kupp and offensive lineman Ashton Miller were named Wednesday to The Associated Press and Walter Camp Foundation All-America teams. EWU quarterback Vernon Adams and cornerback T.J. Lee III made the second team.

The Eagles (12-2) have had 21 offensive linemen earn All-America accolades in the past 21 years.

Elsewhere

• The Yakima Valley Pippins will be a new baseball team in the West Coast League in 2014. The WCL is a collegiate wood-bat league. Selah native Marcus McKimmy will coach the Pippins.

• Seattle University’s tennis teams signed four new players for the 2014-15 season: Michelle Lui (Bellevue), Madison Maloney, Sari Kwee, and Matt Alderson (Bainbridge Island).

• Seattle U soccer player Stephanie Verdoia was named to the NSCAA All-America third team.

• Western Washington soccer forwards Kristin Maris (Issaquah) and Andrew Weishaar (Puyallup) were named second-team All-Americans.

From sports-information reports.



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