KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The MIAA released its Mammoth Turf Football Athletes of the Week on Monday. FHSU sophomore quarterback Chance Fuller earned Offensive Athlete of the Week honors for the second straight week following his performance in a 37-31 win over Nebraska-Kearney.
Fuller threw for a career-high 435 yards in the 37-31 win over Nebraska-Kearney in Hays. He completed 28-of-38 pass attempts (73.7 percent), while throwing for three touchdowns. Fuller connected with Manny Ramsey for an 88-yard touchdown, the longest pass completion of his career so far, putting the Tigers up 30-17 just before the end of the third quarter. He had touchdown passes of 15 yards and 9 yards in the first half. Fuller spread the ball around well to seven receiving targets, led by Ramsey with 169 yards, Layne Bieberle with 127 yards, and Harley Hazlett with 81 yards.
Fuller joins Missouri Western linebacker Anthony Williams (Defensive Athlete of the Week) and Central Oklahoma kicker Alex Quevedo (Special Teams Athlete of the Week) as the weekly honorees from the conference office.