Seaman grad, Emporia State’s Dalton Cowan calls it a career
EMPORIA, Kan. (WIBW) - It wasn’t the news former Seaman grad Dalton Cowan wanted to on Tuesday.
From quarterback in high school and ESU, then switching to playing S-back for the Hornets, the redshirt senior for is hanging up his cleats.
Cowan announced on his twitter that after suffering another concussion, he and his family made the decision it wasn’t safe for him to play football.
After receiving another concussion— Dalton Cowan (@DCowan05) August 30, 2022
two weeks ago, my family and I have
decided that it's not safe for me to
play the game I love anymore. While
incredibly disappointing, I'm planning on helping coach for the rest fall and am grateful that I can still help my team and my brothers. pic.twitter.com/i9YBv7t3ed
He did say he plans on coaching for the rest of the fall.
Cowan recorded 331 yards on 29 receptions in just six games. He missed six games due to injury but he earned All-MIAA second team at all-purpose back.
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