November 22, 1995
Chad Schwartz, Concordia's 5' 11" 225 lb. senior center, was named to the 1995 All-MIAC second team after he and the rest of the offensive line helped to lead Concordia, 8-2-1 overall, 7-1-1 in the conference, to a share of MIAC title and the overall rushing title.
Schwartz may not be the biggest player on the offensive line, but that doesn't mean he was not effective. Using the techniques he gained as a wrestler, Schwartz was able to use his quickness and agility to protect the quarterback as well as guide the rushers through the defensive line.
Schwartz, a 1992 graduate of Willmar Senior high school, is majoring in physical education and teaching with minors in health and biology. He is the son of Terry and Kathy Schwartz of Willmar, Minn.
The Cobbers big offensive line, led by Lowry, formed large holes in opposing defenses as Concordia ran away with the rushing title averaging 266 yards per game. The team in second place was had fifty less yards per game.
by Colin Beltz, Student Assistant, Concordia Sports Information Office, 218-299-3194
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