Redlands player singled out

University of Redlands senior offensive lineman Travis McBride has been named to the All-America Third Team for his contributions during the 2009 season.
On the heels of his Second-Team All-West Region nod, McBride gains his first All-America honor of his career. 
In 2009, this three-year starter led a Redlands offensive line that surrendered just 11 sacks in 352 pass attempts while helping the Bulldogs rack up 3,912 yards of total offense.

  He has not personally given up a sack in the past two seasons. 


This year McBride served as a co-captain during the team’s 7-2 season that included a third-place mark of 4-2 in Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) action.  He also landed on the All-SCIAC First Team, following his spot on the Second Team in 2008.

Bulldogs wide receiver honored

University of Redlands senior wide receiver Brian Putman was named to the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-America Second Team for the College Division.
After being named to the Academic All-District First Team, Putman gains his All-America honor on the heels of a record-setting season at Redlands.  He broke the school record for receptions in a season with 77 catches while leading the team in various other categories.  He racked up a team-leading 1033 receiving yards for an average of 114.8 yards per game.  In addition, he broke through the opponents’ goal line on 12 occasions to account for nearly one-half of the team’s receiving touchdowns.  He also ranked first among the Bulldogs in all-purpose yards.
Putman currently sits 10th in Division III in catches per game and 11th in receiving yards per game. 
His best game was the fourth-best total in school history for receiving yards in a single game with 212 yards on 11 catches on Oct. 3. 
This accounting major owns a cumulative GPA of 3.91 and has landed on the Dean’s List three times. 
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