Johns Hopkins senior offensive tackle Armand Jenifer was named to the American Football Coaches Association Division III All-America team for the second consecutive year, it was announced on Monday. Jenifer is one of just two players nationwide to earn a repeat selection to the team and becomes the first player in school history to twice earn AFCA All-America honors.
Jenifer started all 11 games at right tackle for the Blue Jays and led an offense that set school records for points (40.5) and yards (500.6) per game.
The team also included Salisbury senior defensive back Andre Carter and Wesley (Del.) junior linebacker linebacker Sosthene Kapepula (Sherwood).
•The CBS Sports broadcast of the 114th Army-Navy game on Saturday earned an average overnight household rating/share in the metered markets of 4.2/9, which ties for the highest rating for the game since 1999.
Navy beat Army for the 12th consecutive time, 34-7.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun