Aaron Shavers (Employee)

2011: Started seven games as NU’s starting quarterback due to injuries … finished the year with 587 yards passing and 247 yards rushing … had 59 yards rushing and 55 yards passing in Northwood’s win over Findlay (Sept. 3) … threw for a season-high 177 yards and a pair of touchdowns against Ohio Dominican (Sept. 10) … had 143 yards passing on just five completions while rushing for 28 yards at Northern Michigan (Sept. 17) … finished with 10 completions on 17 attempts, good for 125 yards at Saginaw Valley State (Sept. 24) … returned from injury to rush for 43 yards in a win over Tiffin (Oct. 15) … had 48 yards rushing and a touchdown along with 44 yards passing against Hillsdale (Oct. 29). 2010: All-GLIAC … led Northwood in six different offensive categories – rushing attempts (196), rushing yards (985), rushing touchdowns (10), completions (76), passing yards (1194) and passing touchdowns (13) … ranked seventh in the GLIAC in rushing yards (89.5 per game) and eighth in pass efficiency (125.7) … only player in the conference to rank in the top 10 in both categories … opened season with 65 yards and a rushing touchdown at Wayne State (Sept. 4) … finished with 125 yards passing, two passing touchdowns and 86 yards rushing at Ohio Dominican (Sept. 11) … named GLIAC Offensive Player of the Week for his efforts versus Saginaw Valley State (Sept. 25) … finished game with 252 yards passing and three touchdowns on 10-14 attempts while adding 86 yards rushing and a TD … finished with 109 yards rushing and a touchdown at Ashland (Oct. 2) … threw for 193 yards and two touchdowns while rushing for 143 yards and two TD’s against Tiffin (Oct. 16) … had 111 yards passing and 74 yards rushing at Michigan Tech (Oct. 23) … finished with 142 yards passing, 113 yards rushing while accounting for a pair of touchdowns against Hillsdale (Oct. 30) … ended season with a four touchdown performance (two rushing, two passing) against Ferris State (Nov. 13), totaling 137 yards rushing and 93 yards passing. 2009: Played in five games at Alcorn State ... served as a receiver, finishing season with 10 catches for 118 yards. Led: Inkster High School to an undefeated regular season as the starting QB.