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Six players of the University of Hawaiʻi football team were named to the Mountain West’s all-conference teams as selected by a panel of media and the league’s 12 head coaches.

Wide receiver Steven McBride was selected to the second team while five others earned honorable mention—wide receiver Pofele Ashlock, defensive back Peter Manuma, quarterback Brayden Schager, placekicker Matthew Shipley and defensive back Cam Stone.

McBride finished the season with 63 catches for a team-leading 1,024 yards and nine touchdowns. He had a season-high of 180 yards receiving six catches in the game against UNLV. Ashlock leads all FBS (Football Bowl Subdivision) freshmen in receptions (83) and receiving yards (832), and is second in touchdown receptions (9) and fourth in receiving yards per game (64.0).

Manuma is a two-time all-Mountain West honorable mention and led the team with 87 tackles (60 solo), including 5.5 for loss and three interceptions.

Schager is among the nation’s leaders in passing yards and touchdowns, throwing for more than 300 yards six times. On the year, Schager threw for 3,542 yards on 332-of-525 passing (63.2%), and led the Mountain West in passing yards and touchdown passes (26). He also ranks No. 8 nationally in passing yards, No. 13 in passing touchdowns and No. 6 in completions per game (25.5).

Shipley was named a semifinalist for the Lou Groza Award for the second time in his career. He converted 14-of-18 field goal attempts (77.8%), including 3-of-4 from 50+, and kicked two-game winning field goals as time expired versus New Mexico State and Colorado State.

Stone, a transfer from Wyoming, earned his third honorable mention but first as a Rainbow Warrior. He was targeted 31 times all season in nearly 400 snaps, the fifth-fewest targets against Mountain West corners with at least 300 snaps played, according to Pro Football Focus. Stone finished the season with 24 tackles (15 solo), including 1.5 for loss.

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