West Tabbed CSFL Player of the Year
Firstie quarterback Keegan West of the Army West Point sprint football team was named the Most Valuable Player of the Collegiate Sprint Football League (CSFL) on Tuesday afternoon. A total of 14 Black Knights were honored by the league with eight first-team selections, five second-team honorees and one honorable mention.
West, who earned his third all-league honor, led the league's top offense by posting the most completions (163), pass attempts (267), passing yards (1,926) and passing touchdowns (21), while accounting for the fewest interceptions (3). All were career highs for the West Point, N.Y., native as he contributed the third highest single-season totals in program history for passing yards and touchdowns.
He averaged more than 275 yards per game and eclipsed 300 yards against Pennsylvania (374 yards) and Cornell (308 yards). Additionally, West threw multiple touchdowns in six of the team's seven contests, including three or more in five games. Read More