ANN ARBOR - University of Michigan football coach Rich Rodriguez announced tonight (Aug. 9) that fifth-year seniors Mark Moundros (Farmington Hills, Mich./North Farmington HS) and Stephen Schilling (Bellevue, Wash./Bellevue HS) have been elected captains of the 2010 football team by a vote of their teammates. Schilling will represent the offense and Moundros was selected as the defensive captain.
"This team chose two worthy seniors to represent this program as captains," said
Rodriguez. "Mark and Stephen are great representatives of the University of
Michigan, both as a student and football players. They will work with our other
seniors to lead this team throughout the season."
A three-year letterman, Moundros will be a two-way performer for the Wolverines
in 2010. He practiced at linebacker throughout the spring and is the team's
starting fullback. Moundros has recorded 15 special teams tackles during his
career. He rushed the ball three times for 14 yards and one touchdown and caught
four passes for 13 yards and one TD in his career.
Schilling has started more games than any other Wolverine, making 36 starts in a
possible 37 games. He started at left guard in 2009 after starting at right
tackle during his first two seasons. Schilling earned NSCA All-American Strength
and Conditioning Athlete of the Year honors during the 2009-10 academic year. He
was 2009 All-Big Ten honorable mention and the co-recipient of the Hugh R. Rader
Jr. Award as Michigan's top offensive lineman. He has started 22 games at right
tackle, 12 contests at left guard and two games at right guard.
The Wolverines will elect game captains on a weekly basis and an additional two
permanent captains could be selected at the end of the season.
Players Vote Moundros and Schilling Captains
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