ADA - Sophomore Devon Price led a list of six Ohio Northern players that were named All-Ohio Athletic Conference in football for 2013 in voting conducted by the league's 10 head coaches.
Price was named First Team All-OAC as a kick returner and was a Second Team honoree as a wide receiver.
Senior corner back Ryan Reid, junior linebacker Dillon Kwiat and sophomore running back Justin Magazine were all named Second Team All-Conference, while junior quarterback Patrick Angle and junior defensive end Steven Kenny were named Honorable Mention All-OAC.
Price led the league in kickoff returns with an average of 27.3 yards per return. He was also second in the league with 62 receptions, was third with 757 receiving yards and was second in all-purpose yards with 1,410.
He is currently ranked ninth all-time at ONU with 90 receptions for 1,138 yards, is seventh with 966 kickoff return yards and is second all-time with a 26.8 yard career kickoff return average.
Reid was a three-year starter at corner back and ended his career with 109 tackles, eight interceptions and 17 passes broken up.
This season, he had 22 tackles and a team-high four interceptions., one of which he returned for a touchdown.
Kwiat led the Polar Bears and was third in the OAC in tackles from his middle linebacker position with 111 this season.
A two-year starter, Kwiat will enter his senior season with 176 career tackles, 2.5 sacks, 10.5 TFL and one interception.
Magazine started the final six games at running back and scored touchdowns in seven of ONU's 10 games.
He finished the season with 509 yards rushing on 99 carries with a team-high 11 scores.
Angle started all 10 games at quarterback after transferring from Youngstown State in the off-season and completed 172-of-276 passes for 1,979 yards and 16 touchdowns.
He surpassed the 300-yard passing mark twice during the season, including a career-high 317-yard effort against Otterbein in the season finale.
In the final three games of the season, Angle completed 61-of-78 passes for 789 yards and nine touchdowns, a completion percentage of 78.2 percent and a quarterback rating of 193.57.
Kenny moved from linebacker to defensive end and led the team in tackles for loss with eight.
He also had 43 tackles, 2.5 sack and forced a fumble while starting all 10 games.
The Polar Bears ended their season with a 6-4 record and finished in a three-way tie with Otterbein and Baldwin Wallace in the OAC with a 5-4 league mark under 10th-year head coach Dean Paul.
Northern also won for the 17th time in the last 19 regular season finales and finished in the upper division of the OAC for the 17th time in the past 18 seasons.