Trey Brock made school history on a steamy Saturday night at the University of Indianapolis. Monday afternoon, he was recognized for his record-setting performance on the field.
Brock was named the G-MAC Offensive Player of the Week. The award was announced and chosen by the conference office. He's the second Charger to win a G-MAC weekly award this season, after Spencer Nehls was named the conference's defensive player of the week two weeks ago.
During Hillsdale's 45-38 loss to now-No. 10 ranked UIndy, Brock caught 12 passes for a school and conference-record 302 yards and two touchdowns. He caught scoring passes that spanned 60 and 82 yards, the latter of the two being the longest catch of his career. His 302 receiving yards are also the number one total in all of NCAA Division II so far this season.
An honorable mention All-American following the 2016 season, Brock shredded a defense that allowed just 20 points to Grand Valley State back on Aug. 31. Brock helped the Charger offense set a school record for total yards in a single game with 650.
Less than halfway through his junior season, Brock is quickly climbing up the Charger record book charts. He ranks seventh in school history with 134 receptions, and his 2,340 receiving yards rank him fourth in a career in program history. He is originally from Missouri City, Texas.