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Snow College Football Champions Invited to Salt City Bowl

The Badgers play Dodge City Community College on December 5, 2015

Ephraim, UT - The Western States Football League 2015 Champions, the Snow College Badgers, will face Dodge City Community College on December 5 at the Salt City Bowl in Hutchinson, Kansas. Kick off is at 1:00 pm.

With an impressive season of nine wins and only one loss behind them, the Badgers will arrive at the bowl game with a #3 ranking by the National Junior College Athletic Association. Their opponents, Dodge City Community College is located in Dodge City, Kansas and is ranked #9 in the nation. Snow College also had 19 athletes recognized by the WSFL and NJCAA this season, Tamiela Tuuhetaufa and Teau Stuala named as Defensive Player of the week by the WSFL; and Jonah Tinnaman as Special Teams Player of the week by both the NJCAA and WSFL.

"We are excited for the invitation to the Salt City Bowl game," said Rob Nielson. "It has a great tradition and history as a quality bowl game. We are proud of what our team has accomplished this season and look forward to a hard fought game against Dodge City. We have a long legacy of quality football programs here at Snow and these athletes and coaches have lived up to that legacy in every way."

Head Coach Britt Maughan said, "We are proud of these athletes and their performances both on and off the field, they have worked hard and you can see how that work has paid off. We achieved our goal of winning the WSFL Championship and winning this bowl game would be a great way to end our season."

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ABOUT SNOW COLLEGE Snow College, founded in 1888 by Mormon settlers, is a two-year college with campuses in Ephraim and Richfield, Utah. Serving 5,000 students, the college has been nationally recognized for its student success rates, affordable cost-for-value, involvement opportunities, and exceptional teaching.