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PCC Football Alum Jeremy Aguilar Named LSC Linebacker Of The Year
Jeremy Aguilar, twice a team-leading tackler on the Pasadena City College football team in 2008 and 2009, is continuing his success at the next level. The junior Aguilar was named the 2011 Lone Star Conference Linebacker of the Year as a top defensive player for NCAA Division II Texas A&M-Kingsville University.
Aguilar recorded a team-leading 91 tackles (14 for loss yardage), 3.5 sacks, five pass breakups, 11 quarterback hurries and made one interception for the Javelinas.
At PCC, he was a SCFA All-National Northern Conference First Team selection in his sophomore season when made a Lancers high 95 tackles. As a freshman in 2008, he helped the Lancers win the Santa Barbara-hosted Tremblay Services Bowl title over Southwestern, the most recent bowl appearance by PCC.
In his tenure at PCC, the Lancers had a winning 12-9 record with Aguilar in the lineup. He finished with 173 tackles over two seasons, the most career tackles by a Lancer since the statistic began officially being recorded each season here in 1993.
Before PCC, Aguilar played as an All-Los Angeles City linebacker at Roosevelt High.
[Photo--PCC alum Jeremy Aguilar (30) in action during a game for his new school Texas A&M-Kingsville, image courtesy of TA&M-K sports information office.]
Release Date: 11/28/11