Jason Caron, '95 and '96 All-MIAC, 1996 Captain


11/18/96

Jason earned a second All-MIAC Award today.

94 Jason Caron, DT, 6-5, 260, LaPorte, Bemidji, Bio
Class of '97

8/20/96 Real Audio Interview with Jason Caron

Coach Jim Christopherson's 1996 pre-season Comments

Jason Caron - A three year starter, Jason is one of the most dominating defensive tackles in the MIAC. He was a first team, all-conference pick last year and is off to a great start in 1996. He also will serve as a co-captain of the team and is an honor student majoring in biology.

LT 94 Jason Caron 1996 Sr 6-5 260 Bemidji

        UT AT  TOT SKS PB FR

1993    21 24   45   2  2   0

1994    30  9   39   6  0   0

1995    35 24   59  10  1   0 

1996    31 39   70   4  0   1 

Totals 117 96  213  22  3   1
November 22, 1995

Bemidji's Jason Caron '95 first-team All-MIAC honors

Jason Caron was named to the 1995 All-MIAC team as a junior. He was a part of the Cobber defense which led the MIAC in fewest yards and points allowed per game.

Caron, the 6' 5" 250 lb. defensive tackle, has been playing regularly since he was freshman. In 1995 he blossomed into one of the finest defensive lineman in the conference. He made 59 tackles while recording eight sacks for the top-ranked defense in the MIAC. Through his junior year, Caron has made 143 tackles and has sacked quarterbacks 16 times.

Caron, a 1993 graduate of Bemidji high school, is majoring in biology. He is the son of Dennis and Theresa Caron of Laporte, Minn.

Concordia won a share of the MIAC title and advanced to their first Division III playoff game in eight years. They finished with an overall record of 8-2-1, 7-1-1 in the conference.

by Colin Beltz, Student Assistant, Concordia Sports Information Office, 218-299-3194 


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