Andy Studebaker - College Career

College Career

Following his 2006 junior year at Wheaton College, Studebaker was named a First-team All-American and North Region Defensive Player of the year by D3Football.com. He was also named College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin Defensive Player of the Year. He led the conference with 17½ sacks (the most in the NCAA in 2006) and 25½ tackles for loss. Studebaker graduated from Wheaton College in May 2008 with a degree in Applied Heath Sciences.

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