Brown, Terry earn All-America honors

Matthew Kifer, Sports Information

  California University of Pennsylvania junior wide receiver Garry Brown and junior defensive back Aaron Terry both recently earned All-America Honorable Mention.

     Brown finished the season ranked No. 10 in the country with 102.8 receiving yards per game and was one of only two players in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) to average over 100 receiving yards per game. He also ranked third in the league with 11 receiving touchdowns and fifth with 64 receptions, both career highs. Brown eclipsed 100 receiving yards in a game five times this year and made at least four receptions in all 10 games in which he played.

        A two-year starter, Brown ranks eighth among active players in NCAA Division II with a career average of 76.2 receiving yards per game and also sits third among non-seniors in the country with 2,286 career receiving yards. The Ohio native became the first player in school history this fall to record multiple 1,000-yard receiving seasons.

      Terry finished second on the team with 70 tackles (48 solo), which nearly doubled his previous career high, while splitting time at both cornerback and safety. He also matched his career high of four interceptions to rank second on the team. Terry tallied at least eight tackles six times this season, including three times in his last four games following the switch to safety.

      A native of Maryland, Terry is one of five active players in the PSAC with at least 10 career interceptions. Additionally, he finished fifth in the country this season with an average of 14.9 yards per punt return and also registered the longest punt return of the year in NCAA Division II at 97 yards.

       The Vulcans have now featured at least one All-American in 12-straight seasons. The PSAC featured 10 players recognized by in 2015 with a pair First-Team All-Americans.