Mason Stetson to Continue Football Career at Northwestern

Orange City, Iowa — Mason Stetson from Sioux Center has signed a letter of intent to continue his football career at Northwestern College next fall.

Stetson is a 6’1”, 225-pound offensive / defensive lineman who played multiple seasons for Western Christian High School. Stetson totaled 26.5 tackles, one quarterback sack and a fumble recovery in earning first team all-district honors as a senior. A third team all-Sioux City Journal selection, he helped lead the Wolfpack to the state playoffs with an 8-2 overall record.

Stetson was part of an offensive line that scored 31 touchdowns and averaged over five yards per play. Stetson was voted the team’s lineman of the year and plans to major in Exercise Science at Northwestern. He is the son of Tim and Dawn.

“We are thrilled to have Mason choose to come to Northwestern and be part of our Red Raider football team,” said Head Coach Matt McCarty. “Mason is a tough, physical football player who had an outstanding career at Western Christian. He has tremendous work ethic and understands the hard work it takes to be successful. We look forward to working with Mason over the course of his career as a player and student at Northwestern.”



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