Defensive Lineman
Height 6'4"
Weight 285
Year Senior
Hometown Lakeville, Minn.
High School Apple Valley H.S.
Major Psychology
Experience 3 Letters
School: CC
Birthdate December 31, 1996




Two-time All-Ivy League selection (Second Team in 2016, First Team in 2017) … Selected one of four team captains upon heading into 2017 season … Played in 39 career games with 20 starts … Four-year letterwinner as a defensive tackle … Over four-year career, totaled 76 tackles, 14.0 tackles for loss, 3.0 sacks, four quarterback hurries in three years … Concluded career by starting 20 consecutive games.




First Team All-Ivy League selection as a senior defensive tackle … Named one of four team captains … Presented with the team’s David W. Smyth Memorial Cup, an award which goes to an outstanding player displaying intangibles such as spirit, leadership, sportsmanship and loyalty … Started all 10 games at defensive tackle … Made 24 tackles, 5.0 tackles for loss, 2.0 sacks, two quarterback hurries and recovered a fumble … Ranked No. 17 in the Ivy League in tackles for loss (5.0) … Made three tackles in season finale vs. Brown (Nov. 18) … Made season-high four tackles with 1.0 sack at Cornell (Nov. 11) … Registered sack, three tackles at Yale (Oct. 28) … Made three tackles vs. Penn (Oct. 14) … Registered season-high four tackles at Princeton (Sept. 30) … Recovered a key fumble, made two tackles vs. Georgetown (Sept. 23) … Recorded 2.0 tackles for loss and three total tackles in season opener vs. Wagner (Sept. 16).




Named a Second Team All-Ivy League selection as a junior defensive tackle … Presented with the John J. Cirgliano Ironman Award given to the one player who overcomes adversity to become a strong contributor to the team on the field … Started all 10 games at defensive tackle … Ranked sixth on the team in tackles with 38 (17 solo), 7.0 tackles for loss for 22 yards, registered one sack and two quarterback hurries … Ranked 15th in the Ivy League and fourth on team in tackles for loss (7.0) … Made four tackles vs. Cornell (Nov. 12) … Made three tackles at Harvard (Nov. 5) … Made a career-high seven tackles, including six solo with 2.0 tackles for loss vs. Yale (Oct. 28) … Finished with three tackles vs. Dartmouth (Oct. 22) … Totaled six tackles (three solo) and 1.0 tackle for loss at Penn (Oct. 15) … Registered five tackles, including two tackles for loss and1.0 sack at Wagner (Oct. 8) … Finished with three tackles vs. Princeton (Oct. 1) … Totaled five tackles and one tackle for loss in season opener vs. Saint Francis U (Sept. 17).




Played in all 10 games on the defensive line as a sophomore … Finished season with seven tackles … Forced a fumble on a 12-yard sack at Dartmouth (Oct. 24) … Registered three tackles, one for loss in win over Wagner (Oct. 10).




Played in nine games as a first-year … Recorded seven tackles and one tackle for loss … Earned varsity letter as a first-year.




A 2014 graduate of Apple Valley High School in Apple Valley, Minn., where he played two years of varsity football for head coach Chad Clendening … All-Conference honorable mention selection … Named Defensive Most Valuable Player of the Minnesota Football Coaches Association All-Star Football Game after making four tackles … Academic All-State selection … Two-time Academic All-Section honoree … Involved in the National Achievement Scholarship Program semifinalist … Totaled 57 tackles with six sacks and nine tackles for loss as a senior … Led the Eagles to two sectional football championships and two state playoff berths … The Eagles finished 6-6 during his senior year … Led Eagles to 8-3 overall record and state playoff berth as a junior … Two-sport athlete … Accumulated a 37-3 wrestling record as a senior … Qualified as an individual for the state championships in wrestling at the 285-pound spot … Helped lead wrestling program to two Class 3A state titles, the program’s eighth and ninth consecutive championships … Honor Roll student.




Born Lord Joshua Hyeamang on December 31, 1996 … Son of Kwame and Gerogina Hyeamang … Has a brother Prince, who competes in wrestling at American … Did not start playing football until the eighth grade and did not wrestle until the ninth grade … Played the tuba … Chose Columbia over offers from South Dakota State and Penn … Enrolled at Columbia College … Pre-med, but majors in Psychology.

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