The Minnesota College Athletic Conference has named the MCAC Elite '18-19 Team, which consists of the top performing student-athletes which excel both in the classroom and the competitive arena from around the Conference. Student Athletes from DCB's football team that made the list are Aaron Appleton, Jackson Argoe, and Francisco Flores.
A conference initiative which began with the 2017-18 academic year, MCAC Elite Teams are comprised of student-athletes who earned All-Academic honors during their sport season, as well as earning distinction in competition via All-Division, All-Conference, All-MCAC, All-State, All-America or similar NJCAA recognition.
Appleton, from Rabun Gap, Georgia, was an all-region performer this year as well as a member of the MCAC all-academic football squad. Aaron, a two-year starter at LB for the Lumberjacks, graduated from DCB this past spring and will play football this fall at St. Francis University, a NCAA Division One FCS program located in Loretto, Pennsylvania.
Jackson Argoe was a two year starting QB who led DCB to a 13-6 record during his time here. From Elkton, Maryland, Argoe was an all-conference and all-academic performer and transferred at mid-semester to Allen University in Columbia, South Carolina.
Flores, from Soap Lake, Washington, started 2 yearst at PK and P for the Jacks and was named to the all-conference and all academic teams this past year. He graduated with honors this spring from DCB and is transferring to Concord University, a Division 2 school in West Virginia to continue his educational and athletic career.
Congratulations to all these great representatives for DCB and its athletic program.
To see the complete release from the MCAC, click here.