St. Thomas senior wide receiver/returned Fritz Waldvogel of Mendota Heights was selected the MIAC's most valuable player, his second such award after winning it in 2009.

Waldvogel has scored 42 career touchdowns and ranks second in MIAC history in all-purpose yards (6,818) and punt return yards (1,415) and third in receptions (280), receiving yards (3,991) and kick return yards (1,384).

His nine career kick/punt return touchdowns are the most in conference history, and he is only the second player in MIAC history and the 10th in Division III history with more than 1,000 kick return yards and 1,000 punt return yards.

The unbeaten and conference champion Tommies swept two other individual awards, with senior Dan Chapman being named the league's top lineman and Glenn Caruso selected MIAC coach of the year for the second consecutive season.

(All-MIAC first-team selections in Scoreboard, this page.)