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Two Nighthawk Players Named All-IFL

Two Wichita Falls Nighthawk players were named to the 2015 All-Indoor Football League team on Tuesday!

Defensive back James Ackel was named to the first team, while defensive lineman Terrance Lloyd earned second-team honors.

Ackel recorded 102 tackles in his first season in the yellow and black, good for fourth in the league in the regular season. He added 6.5 tackles for loss and four interceptions, returning one for a touchdown.

Lloyd, a former Baylor Bear, ranked third in the IFL with eight sacks this season, part of his 42 tackles that included 15 tackles for loss totaling 74 yards.

The Nighthawks finished their inaugural indoor season with a 4-10 record. 

The 2015 United Bowl, the IFL championship game, will see the 11-4 Nebraska Danger visit the 15-0 Sioux Falls Storm on Saturday, July 11th at 5:05 p.m. (CDT).

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