Weissenfels Named 2021 CSFL MVP
By: Doug DeBiase | Collegiate Sprint Football League | December 17, 2021
NEW HAVEN, Conn. - Navy standout Adam Weissenfels on Friday was named the 2021 Collegiate Sprint Football League (CSFL) Most Valuable Player, as announced by Commissioner Dan Mara. It marked the second major award for Weissenfels this season, as he was also crowned as the CSFL Defensive Player of the Year earlier this month.
The voting for the award was conducted by the league's nine head coaches in the sport, as this year's major award winners were up for consideration for the honor including Mansfield's Cahsid Raymond (Offensive Player of the Year & Rookie of the Year) and Penn's Brendan McCaffrey (Special Teams Player of the Year).
The senior tallied 25 tackles, including 17 solo stops. He led the team with four interceptions, returning the picks for a combined 84 yards (21.0 yards per interception) with a long of 39 yards. In addition, Weissenfels added three pass break ups, forced a fumble, and registered 2.0 tackles for loss. He was also named to the All-CSFL First Team as a defensive back.
Weissenfels helped guide Navy to a victory over arch-rival Army in the 2021 CSFL Championship Game.