VIRGINIA BEACH, VA - Winston-Salem State University football student-athlete, Michael Bloomfield, has been selected to play in the Dream Bowl, January 18th in Virginia Beach, VA.
The fourth annual Dream Bowl will be played January 18, 2016 at the Virginia Beach Sportsplex in Virginia Beach, VA. Dream Bowl IV, is the premier small college football all-star game in the country and the only game to have NFL and CFL scouts in attendance. The game will allow the best FCS, D-II, and D-III athletes from across the country showcase their talents to help them make it to the next level of professional football. The game and the series of events held over Martin Luther King Weekend is a celebration of the excellence, commitment, and sacrifice made by the players and their families.
Custavious Patterson, Assistant Coach and QB Coach of the Wagner College Seahawks and Jordan Neal, Offensive Coordinator of the Hendrix College Warriors, have accepted the positions of head coaches for Dream Bowl IV.
Michael Bloomfield was a first team All-CIAA selection for WSSU in 2015, leading the team with 79 tackles, 22 tackles for losses of 103 yards, 13 sacks for 73 yards, two forced fumbles, one fumble recovery and six quarterback hurries.
Bloomfield was also selected to the 2015 Conference Commissioner's Association (CCA) Division II All-Super Region 1 football team as a defensive lineman. He was also named honorable mention Boxtorow HBCU All-America.
The WSSU Rams finished the season 6-5, and captured the CIAA Football Championship for the third time in five years.