Former SFA Kicker Honored by LSC
Oct. 20, 2006
RICHARDSON, Texas - Former Lumberjack and NFL star, Mark Moseley, was honored by the Lone Star Conference as a member of the 75th Anniversary team announced league officials Wednesday afternoon. The team consists of the top 75 players and coaches from the LSC, which is known to be the oldest collegiate athletic conference in the southwestern United States.
Moseley was a three-year letterwinner for the Lumberjacks from 1967-69. After a standout collegiate career, Moseley went onto to the NFL where he enjoyed a 16-year career. Moseley became the only kicker to win the league's MVP award, which he did in the strike-shortened 1982 season with the Washington Redskins. Moseley, and the Redskins, went on to win the Super Bowl that season.
Moseley retired from the NFL with 1,382 career points. He converted 300-of-457 (65 percent) field goal attempts and 482-of-512 (94 percent) of extra point attempts.