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Owens NAL Offensive Rookie of the Year

August 16, 2019 - National Arena League (NAL) - Massachusetts Pirates News Release

Massachusetts Pirates wide receiver Thomas Owens was named the National Arena League Offensive Rookie of the Year at the league's annual awards banquet which was held at the Lexington Hotel and Conference Center in Jacksonville, FL.

The 6'1" 205 lb. wide out from Florida International appeared in 11 games and had 59 receptions for 577 yards and ten touchdowns while averaging 9.8 yards per catch and 52.5 yards per game. His 59 receptions were second on the team. A native of Boynton Beach, FL, Owens also ran the football three times for three yards and had three kickoff returns for seven yards, including one for a touchdown.

Owens best performance of the season came on the road in a June 29 game at Columbus when he had eight receptions for 110 yards and three touchdowns. He also had two touchdown receptions in the Pirates overtime loss in Jacksonville and five catches for 88 yards and a score in the Pirates playoff loss to Carolina.

The Pirates were also honored for having the leagues' best community relations and best public relations departments.

The Massachusetts Pirates are members of the National Arena League (NAL). The Pirates play all home games at the DCU Center located at 50 Foster St. Worcester, MA. 01608. For more information on the Massachusetts Pirates please call (508) 452-MASS (6277), email [email protected] or visit Single game tickets are available online at or the DCU Center Box Office. For group outings please call 508-452-MASS (6277). Follow the Pirates on Facebook at on Instagram @mass.pirates, as well as Twitter @mass_pirates.

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