At the conclusion of the season, the Long Beach City College football team saw 12 athletes receive Southern California Football Association National Division All-Northern League post-season honors.
Freshman defensive lineman Divine Obichere was honored with making first-team for Defensive Tackles. He collected 20 solo tackles this season and averaged about 5.1 tackles each game for the overall season. Obichere also had six sacks and helped with 26 assists.
Freshman running back Pierre Robinson received a first-team honor for all-purpose player. He made five touchdowns throughout the season and total 474 rushing yards. Robinson was a force on the field averaging 47.4 rushing yards per game.
Freshman defensive back Jack Genova was honored with first-team recognition for totaling 47 solo tackles for the season and averaging 8.5 tackles per game. He led the Vikings in overall tackles bringing in 85 total. Genova also carried the team with 38 assists.
Freshman running back Teshawn White brought in first-team accolades for his offensive contributions. He made five touchdowns with three being in conference games. He totaled 95 rushes and 497 yards ran throughout the season.
Sophomore safety Cross Poyer earned first-team accolades after taking home second-team honors last season. Poyer lead the team with 38 assists and held 64 tackles during season.
Sophomore offensive lineman Jeremiah Paulo rounded out first-team selection and was a major threat on the offensive line against his opponents.
Freshman quarterback Jonathan Murphy received a second-team honors as the starting quarterback for the Vikings. Murphy threw a total of 694 yards with 62 completions and had an 89.4 percent pass efficiency.
Freshman defensive lineman Noah Bias received a second-team accolades for his 15 solo tackles and overall 32 tackles. Bias also tallied 1.5 sacks and had 17 assists.
Sophomore cornerback Jeremiah Houston received a second-team honors for his efforts on the field. Houston had 33 tackles and led the team with three interceptions.
Sophomore offensive lineman Steven Almada received a second-team achievements for his contribution to the offensive line. Almada was a leader to the defense and showed it through his physicality.
Freshman offensive lineman Sebastian Hernandez received second-team honors for his contribution to the line and awareness on the field.
Sophomore wide receiver Patrick Lee also received a second-team recognition for his five touchdowns and totaling 30 receptions and 399 yards.
The Long Beach City College football team will return next Fall.