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Coach Chuck Goldstein, John Davis set to coach All American Bowl, Bison have two players in game

Coach Chuck Goldstein, John Davis set to coach All American Bowl, Bison have two players in game

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The All American Bowl recently announced the rosters for the 2011 game in Charleston, W.Va. Gallaudet will send four participants in senior kicker Justin Wilson (Carmichael, Calif.), senior defensive end Michel Daze' (Frederick, Md.), head coach Chuck Goldstein and assistant head coach John Davis. The game is slated to begin at noon on Saturday, May 7, at University of Charleston Stadium in Charleston. All four Gallaudet representatives will play for the Stars and will take on the Stripes, including players from Duquesne University.

The All American Bowl is reserved for NCAA Division II and III seniors, as well as minor league free agents. To be selected. Players must be recommended by their coaches and nominated by the All American selection committee and the Football Scouting Bureau.

Notable All American Bowl alumni include former Pro Bowl punter Chris Hanson, former NFL running backs Maurice Hicks and Keith Williams, former NFL defensive back Ukee Dozier, former NFL kicker and punter Jeff Crowell and former NFL wide receiver Terrance Isaac.

General Admission: $10, Kids 6-12: $5, 5 and under: Free. Tickets purchased at University of Charleston Stadium on game day.

About the All American Bowl
The All American Bowl was founded in 1996 to give athletes the opportunity to compete against the best at their level in an all-star game setting. The All American Bowl was created to fill the void of the lack of all star games available to athletes in High School, DII, DIII, JUCO, and minor league football. In April of 1996, the first All American Bowl was played in Minnesota and has since been played at various cities across the country including Atlanta, Miami, and Las Vegas. The All American Bowl also gives athletes the potential to be scouted by colleges and professional football teams. The All American Bowl has several types of games for different levels of competition that include: DII, DIII, JUCO, Minor League Football, Free Agent, and High School. The participants in the All American Bowls have been nominated for their outstanding performances throughout their season and their accomplished career. For more information visit their website at