Bison football player Adam Keller was one of 31 place-kickers recognized by the Fred Mitchell Award for his performance on the football field and service in the community for October.
Keller, a sophomore from Lewisberry, Pa., leads the Bison in scoring with 85 points from 15 of 19 field goals and 40 of 43 extra points. He also has been a coach for the Tri-City Soccer seventh grade boys team, a Rosewood on Broadway Nursing Home volunteer and worked with children at TNT Gymnastics.
The recipient of the Fred Mitchell Award will be announced in mid-December based on excellence on the field and in community service.
NDSU is recognized as one of the nation's top 108 public and private universities by the Carnegie Commission on Higher Education.