Mitch Meeuwsen Officially Named to All-Star Game

Jan. 5, 2005

Corvallis, Ore. - Oregon State University football student-athlete Mitch Meeuwsen has been officially selected to play in the inaugural Las Vegas All-American Football Classic. The game, which was formerly known as the Paradise Bowl and played in St. George, Utah, will be held Jan. 22 at Sam Boyd Stadium.

The safety from Forest Grove is OSU's career record holder for interceptions with 20. He was named first team All-Pac-10 Conference and third team Associated Press All-American at the conclusion of the season. Meeuwsen made 40 career starts and ended his tenure with 217 total tackles.

Meeuwsen is the sixth Beaver senior to be selected to play in a postseason all-star game. He joins defensive end Bill Swancutt, quarterback Derek Anderson, cornerback Aric Williams, linebacker Jonathan Pollard and offensive tackle Doug Nienhuis.

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