Schoeck named to All-MIAC second team in '95


96 Jerid Shoeck, DE, 6-3, 235, Hancock, MN, Elementary Ed
Class of '97

Coach Jim Christopherson's 1996 pre-season Comments

Jerid Schoeck - "Boo" is probably the most versatile defensive player on the Cobber team. He can play end or tackle equally well. In 1995 he played inside and helped the team lead the MIAC in virtually every defensive statistic. Now he is back out to his favorite left end position and he is having a banner year.

LdE 96 Jerid Schoeck Sr 6-3 235 Hancock

       UT AT TOT SKS PB FR

1994   16  4 20   2   3  1

1995   26 18 44   7   2  2

1996   12 31 33  4.5  2  0

Totals 54 53 97 13.5  7  3














November 22, 1995

Hancock's Jerid "Boo" Schoeck named to All-MIAC second team

Jerid "Boo" Schoeck was selected to the 1995 All-MIAC second team. He was a member of the best defense in the MIAC that allowed the fewest points and fewest yards per game. The Cobbers, 8-2-1 overall, 7-1-1 in the conference, advanced to the playoffs after winning a share of their first conference title in five years.

Schoeck, the Cobbers' 6' 3" 225 lb. defensive end, made 44 tackles in 1995 along with seven sacks. For his career, Schoeck has 64 tackles, nine sacks, and three fumble recoveries for the Cobbers.

Schoeck, a 1992 graduate of Hancock Public high school, is majoring in elementary education. He is the son of David and Sharol Schoeck of Hancock, Minn.


1996 update

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