Eli Schuff, 1995 and 1996 All MIAC, 1995 MIAC rushing title, 940 Yards in 1996, 2,331 Career Rushing Yards


In action

20 Eli Schuff, HB, 5-10, 180, Billings, MT, Senior, Hlth/PE
Class of '97

Coach Jim Christopherson's 1996 pre-season Comments

Eli Schuff - Eli led the conference in rushing in 1995 as well as being selected to the all-MIAC first team. A shifty runner, look for him to again be a force in the potent Cobber ground game. He was selected as a captain by his teammates.

Career Stats

HB 20 Eli Schuff Sr 5-10 180 Billings, MT

     Rush ATT  YDS AVE TD REC YDS YPR TD

1993       4   14  3.5  0   0   0   0 0

1994      47  212  4.5  2   1  26 2.6 0

1995     241 1145  4.8  4   7  62 8.9 1

1996     221  960  4.3  4   8  50 6.3 1 

Totals   513 2331  4.3 10  16 138 5.9 2



November 22, 1995

Billings' Eli Schuff earns All-MIAC honors after leading conference in rushing and Cobbers to title

Eli Schuff, the Cobbers 5' 10" 180 lb. halfback, was selected to the 1995 All-MIAC team for the first time in his career. His rushing ability helped the Cobbers to gain 2,692 yards to lead the conference.

For the first time, Schuff received most of workload and he developed into one of the MIAC's best rushers. He averaged 110 yards per game on his way to gaining 1,145 yards for the season. He averaged 4.8 yards per carry and also scored six touchdowns.

Schuff, a 1993 graduate of Billings high school, is the son of Leonard Schuff and Maria Biggs of Billings, Mont. He is majoring in health with a minor in physical education.

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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