November 22, 1995
Chad Johnson and Tory Langemo were named to the All-MIAC first team after their performances helped the Cobbers to an 8-2-1 record and a share of the conference title for the first time in five years. Both Johnson and Langemo were on the team last year.
Johnson, the 6' 2" 215 lb. senior linebacker, anchored the best defense in the MIAC this season. Concordia allowed the fewest yards and points in the MIAC this year. Johnson led the team with 75 tackles this year and six interceptions. For his career, Johnson made 167 tackles, 10 interceptions, and recovered three fumbles.
Langemo, Concordia's 5' 10" 175 lb. junior wide receiver, emerged as the go-to-guy in 1995 for the Cobbers. He caught 44 passes this year for 603 yards and four touchdowns. Whenever the Cobbers needed a key reception, Langemo always managed to free himself from the defender to make the catch. In his career, Langemo has 86 receptions for 1,059 yards, an average of 12.5 yards per catch.
Johnson is a 1992 graduate who is a biology major. He is the son of Jerry and Lana Johnson of Litchfield. Langemo, a 1993 graduate of Litchfield high school, is majoring in sociology. He is the son of Joe and Lorraine Langemo of Litchfield, Minn.
by Colin Beltz, Student Assistant, Concordia Sports Information Office, 218-299-3194
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