The 5-6, 190-pound Jerry Seymour rushed for 1,284 yards on 262 carries and also led the Chippewas with 47 receptions for 413 more yards.
Three seniors earned special recognition awards: Grant Arnoldink, the Ember's Leadership and Motivation Award; James King, the Kurt Dobronski Award for effort, intensity and appreciation of CMU football; and Dave Kurzen, the Scholar-Athlete Award.
Other awards at the banquet honoring Coach Brian Kelly's 4-7 CMU team went to: senior Adam Kieft, Lineman of the Year; sophomore Daniel Bazuin, Defensive Player of the Year; junior Kent Smith, Offensive Player of the Year; senior Mike Thomas, Special Teams Player of the Year; freshman Brian Brunner, Offensive Scout Team Player of the Year; and freshman Chris Wohlgamuth, Defensive Scout Team Player of the Year.
Seymour Named CMU MVP
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