PIFL Names Special Teams Player of the Year
July 14, 2015 - Professional Indoor Football League (PIFL) News Release
NASHVILLE, TN (July 14, 2015) - Voted upon by opposing coaches and league officials, the Professional Indoor Football League (PIFL) is proud to announce the 2015 Special Teams of the Year award.
Special Teams Player of the Year: K T.C. Stevens (Raiders)
Staking his claim as the premier Special Teams artist for four years now, Kicker T.C. Stevens (5'9 180, Hampden Sydney) earned the 2015 Special Teams Player of the Year award for the second time in his career previously receiving the nod back in 2012.
Having been nominated a league-high thirteen times for the weekly Special Teams Player of the Week award, including a PIFL season high four times in 2015, Stevens led all kickers in scoring (135) finishing fourth overall. Already the PIFL's all-time scoring leader (485), number 18 notched a league-high 15 field goals including three games in which Stevens nailed three field goals in a single-game.
Honorable Mention: K Christian Reed (Venom), K Lindsey Wolfe (Lions)
Previous Winners: KR Dwayne Hollis (2014), K Armando Cuko (2013), K T.C Stevens (2012).
Stay tuned to www.proifl.com throughout the week for the announcement of all the 2015 PIFL Individual Awards including the League MVP, Offensive MVP, as well as the recipient of the Coach of the Year.
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PIFL Special Teams Player of the Year T.C. Stevens of the Richmond Raiders
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