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FOOTBALL: James Huwe selected into NFF Hampshire Honor Society

The NFF & College Hall of Fame announced the distinction on Wednesday, making Huwe one of 1,559 student-athletes across all divisions of play to earn the academic award.

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IRVING, Texas -- Bemidji State football offensive lineman James Huwe has earned a selection to the 2022 National Football Foundation Hampshire Honor Society.

The NFF & College Hall of Fame announced the distinction on Wednesday, making Huwe one of 1,559 student-athletes across all divisions of play to earn the academic award.

Huwe, a senior out of Detroit Lakes, is the 28th Beaver to receive the honor. On the field, Huwe contributed to an O-line that finished fifth in the nation in sacks allowed. He helped the passing offense rank fifth in the country and total offense ninth in the country, while the team finished 11th-best in tackles for loss allowed.

To earn membership in the NFF Hampshire Honor Society, honorees must be a starter or significant contributor in their last year of eligibility, achieve a 3.2 cumulative GPA throughout their entire course of undergraduate study and meet all NCAA/NAIA-mandated progress toward degree requirements.

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