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William Mulder

2005: Returns to the Horsemen for the second consecutive season. Known for his unmatched abilities in the defensive backfield.

2004: He led the team in interceptions with 10 in the regular season, including five against Waco , in which three were returned for TDs. William also added four interceptions in the post season on the way to 2004 National Championship.

College: Mulder was a standout defensive back at Campbellsville from 2000 to 2003, and was an NAIA honorable mention All-American in 2001. Additionally, he was named to the Mid-South Conference all conference team three times in his career. He led the Fighting Tigers in interceptions and pass breakups as a senior, picking off five passes and returning them a total of 120 yards, while also breaking up 14 pass attempts. Mulder tallied 49 tackles on the season, and also contributed on special teams, where he led the team in kick return average at 28.4 yards per return.

Personal: Born Feb. 21, 1979 . Lists his most memorable high school football game as when he broke the school's passing record in his senior year that had stood for 27 years. Notes the personal accomplishments he is most proud of as going to college and playing football.


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