Four Wolves Named NSIC All-Conference Players

Burnsville, MN ( – The Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference released the 2023 All-Conference football teams today with four Northern State University student-athletes honored. Dewaylon IngramDakota Larson, and Ian Marshall landed on the first team, while Trey King garnered second team honors.

Ingram started all 11 games for the Wolves this season. He tallied 1,220 yards receiving with a team leading 11 touchdowns. The Texan averaged 110.9 yards per contest and 17.4 yards per reception. He recorded six 100-plus yard games, racking up a season high 187 in the opener against Duluth. In addition, he ranks second in the country in total receiving yards this season. The senior closes out his time at Northern State as the single school record holder with 1,220 yards in 2023; breaking his own record of 1,161 set in 2021. He ranks third all-time in career receiving yards (2,381) and second all-time in career receiving touchdowns 25). Ingram is a 2-time All-NSIC performer for the Wolves.

Larson started all 11 games for the Wolves in 2023, setting the school records for career receiving yards and receiving touchdowns. He tallied 965 total yards and six touchdowns this season, averaging 87.7 yards per game and 14.9 yards per catch. Larson ranks in the top-15 nationally in total receiving yards this season. He recorded three 100-plus yard games, notching a season high 190 against Winona State. The senior wraps up his time as a Wolf holding school records for single game receptions (14 vs. Northern Michigan), career receiving yards (3,660), and career receiving touchdowns (31). He also ranks third all-time with 33 career touchdowns. He is a 3-time NSIC All-Conference performer, landing twice on the first team.

Marshall started all 11 games in 2023 on the defensive line. He recorded 21 total tackles including nine solo stops and 6.5 tackles for a loss of 19 yards. Marshall added 1.5 sacks, one break-up, and one quarterback hurry. He closes out his Northern State career fourth all-time with 30.0 tackles for a loss and second all-time with 15.5 career sacks. Marshall earns back-to-back NSIC All-Conference first team honors.

King started all 11 games for the Wolves as the team’s defensive leader. He recorded 76.0 tackles, including 43 solo stops. The Irene native led the team with 14.5 tackles for a loss of 41 yards, including 2.0 sacks. He added two forced fumbles, one fumble recovery, and three pass break-ups. King recorded a season high ten tackles against No. 21 Augustana and 5.0 tackles for a loss versus Minot State. He ranks tied for fifth all-time with 28.0 career tackles for a loss. This season marks the first all-conference honor for King.

NSIC All-Conference First Team Offense
0 Jarod Epperson RB Sr. Augustana Omaha, Neb.
74 C.J. James OL Jr. Augustana Des Moines, Iowa
73 Blake Larson OL Sr. Augustana Brandon, S.D.
10 Brandon Alt QB Sr. Bemidji State Cottage Grove, Minn.
76 Ty Cobb OL Sr. Bemidji State Mounds View, Minn.
14 Dhel Duncan-Busby WR Sr. Bemidji State Madison, Ohio
68 Will Lemire OL Jr. Bemidji State White Bear Lake, Minn.
76 Jake Edwards OL Sr. Concordia-St. Paul Greenville, Wis.
1 Jaylin Richardson RB Jr. Concordia-St. Paul Kansas City, Kan.
77 Treyvon Cahalan OL Gr. Minnesota Duluth Champlin, Minn.
65 Arik Johnson OL Gr. Minnesota Duluth Birchwood, Wis.
0 Sam Pitz TE R-Sr. Minnesota Duluth Appleton, Wis.
9 Shen Butler-Lawson RB Jr. Minnesota State Augusta, Ga.
79 Marshall Foerner OL Jr. Minnesota State Plano, Ill.
73 Zach Roggow OL Jr. Minnesota State Brandon, S.D.
6 Gage Florence WR R-So. MSU Moorhead Sawyer, N.D.
15 Jack Strand QB So. MSU Moorhead Bloomer, Wis.
12 Dewaylon Ingram WR Gr. Northern State Carthage, Texas
7 Dakota Larson WR Gr. Northern State Spring Creek, Nev.
85 Mark Leonard TE Jr. Sioux Falls Rochester, Minn.
1 Carter Slykhuis WR R-Jr. Sioux Falls Tea, S.D.
28 Latravious Boyd RB R-Fr. Wayne State Orlando, Fla.
79 Jett Janssen OL Jr. Wayne State Lincoln, Neb.
3 Kendrick Watkins-Hogue WR R-Fr. Wayne State Dubuque, Iowa
NSIC All-Conference First Team Defense
8 Peyton Buckley DB Jr. Augustana Rice Lake, Wis.
57 Will Davis DL Jr. Augustana Edina, Minn.
51 Haden Wallace LB Jr. Augustana Kansas City, Mo.
7 Max Buduris LB Sr. Bemidji State Shorewood, Ill.
36 Marcus Hansen DL R-So. Bemidji State Waseca, Minn.
11 Princeten Harris DB Sr. Bemidji State Chicago, Ill.
94 Stephen Hoffman DL Sr. Bemidji State St. Paul, Minn.
9 Spencer Wehr LB Sr. Bemidji State Cloquet, Minn.
54 Ethan Beffert DL Sr. Minnesota Duluth Hutchinson, Minn.
17 Marcus Glodowski DB 5th Minnesota Duluth Stevens Point, Wis.
56 Drew Hennessey LB R-Sr. Minnesota Duluth Highland, Wis.
4 Andrew Klopp LB R-Sr. Minnesota Duluth Baldwin, Wis.
41 Jacob Daulton LB Sr. Minnesota State Hudson, Wis.
90 Maven Kretche DL Jr. Minnesota State Sun Prairie, Wis.
2 Trey Vaval DB Sr. Minnesota State Blue Springs, Mo.
4 Khai West DB Jr. Minnesota State St. Paul, Minn.
47 Josiah Behm LB Jr. MSU Moorhead Appleton, Wis.
7 Isaiah Bigby DB Jr. Minot State Las Vegas, Nev.
9 Knylen Miller-Levi DB Sr. Minot State Las Vegas, Nev.
9 Ian Marshall DL Gr. Northern State Springfield, Mo.
44 Dexter Larsen LB Jr. Wayne State Blair, Neb.
21 Joseph Morrison DB R-Fr. Wayne State Jacksonville, Fla.
90 Luke Sims DL Jr. Wayne State Omaha, Neb.
39 Clay Schueffner LB Sr. Winona State St. Cloud, Wis.
NSIC All-Conference First Team Special Teams
43 Avery Book P Jr. Augustana Ironton, Ohio
2 Devon Jones RS Sr. Augustana San Diego, Calif.
25 Jake Pecina K R-Fr. Augustana Forney, Texas
81 Curtis Cox K R-Sr. Minnesota Duluth Dodgeville, Wis.
45 Logan Kobus P Jr. Minnesota Duluth Green Bay, Wis.
2 Trey Vaval RS Sr. Minnesota State Blue Springs, Mo.
NSIC All-Conference Second Team Offense
56 Trevor Burkhart OL Sr. Augustana Sioux Falls, S.D.
6 Jack Fisher WR Jr. Augustana Rochester, Minn.
84 Mitchell Goodbary TE Sr. Augustana Sioux Falls, S.D.
2 Devon Jones WR Sr. Augustana San Diego, Calif.
1 Sage Booker RB Sr. Bemidji State Minneapolis, Minn.
72 Isaac Hagstrom OL R-So. Bemidji State Annandale, Minn.
0 Ali Mohamed RB Sr. Bemidji State Glendale, Ariz.
86 Traivon Dyson WR So. University of Mary Las Vegas, Nev.
78 Drake Lalim OL Sr. University of Mary Saint Stephen, Minn.
12 Kyle Walljasper QB R-So. Minnesota Duluth Fond du Lac, Wis.
71 Aiden Williams OL R-Sr. Minnesota Duluth Anchorage, Alaska
5 Tony Anger TE Jr. Minnesota State Apple Valley, Minn.
56 Nathan Gribble OL So. Minnesota State West Salem, Wis.
74 Deontae Veney OL Jr. Minnesota State Rochester, Minn.
71 Keeshawn Westley OL Sr. Minnesota State Covington, Ky.
3 Brady Perryman WR So. MSU Moorhead Cottage Grove, Minn.
22 Dylan Rudningen RB R-Jr. Sioux Falls Sunburg, Minn.
0 Donald Austin RB Jr. SMSU Hartland, Wis.
4 Nick Bohn QB Jr. Wayne State Bennington, Neb.
73 Tierel Tompkins OL So. Wayne State Cedar Falls, Iowa
77 Will Washenberger OL So. Wayne State Sioux Falls, S.D.
1 Sylvere Campbell WR Jr. Winona State Milwaukee, Wis.
77 Noah Pappas OL So. Winona State Plymouth, Minn.
2 Kaleb Skelly WR Jr. Winona State Blaine, Minn.
NSIC All-Conference Second Team Defense
20 JayVian Farr DB Jr. Augustana Racine, Wis.
32 Kade Lynott LB So. Augustana Hawarden, Iowa
24 Jake Polson DB Sr. Augustana Reno, Nev.
91 Jack Wilson DL Sr. Augustana Sioux Falls, S.D.
8 Colton Herman DB Sr. Bemidji State Anchorage, Alaska
4 Jarrett Klein DB Sr. Bemidji State DeForest, Wis.
7 Koffi Gbekle DL Jr. Concordia-St. Paul Minneapolis, Minn.
3 Tim Pokornowski DB Gr. Minnesota Duluth Cloquet, Minn.
7 Dakota Smith LB Sr. Minnesota State Inglewood, Calif.
99 Hayden Carr DL Sr. MSU Moorhead Champlin, Minn.
8 Jake Bettcher DB Sr. MSU Moorhead Detroit Lakes, Minn.
1 Carson Cayko LB Jr. Minot State Fairview, Mont.
35 Trey King LB R-Jr. Northern State Irene, S.D.
9 Matt Goehring LB R-Fr. Sioux Falls Sioux Falls, S.D.
95 Amaurii Grosskopf DL Gr. Sioux Falls Beloit, Wis.
22 Josiah Hedensten LB So. SMSU Faribault, Minn.
4 Jalani Jefferson DB So. SMSU Murrieta, Calif.
92 Rex Becker DL Sr. Wayne State Hartington, Neb.
24 Jacob Byrd DB Jr. Wayne State Sioux Falls, S.D.
49 Alex Schall LB Jr. Wayne State Kearney, Neb.
51 Trey Borske LB Jr. Winona State Naperville, Ill.
91 Kyjuan Vengrowsky DL R-So. Winona State De Pere, Wis.
94 Darius Manuel DE R-Jr. Winona State Des Moines, Iowa
56 Enrique De Leon DL Jr. Winona State Chippewa Falls, Wis.