Kamback made the third-team after earning second-team NESCAC honors for the second straight season. After finishing second in the league in tackles a year ago, Kamback took over the top spot this season with 12.9 tackles/game. He earned 43 solo and 63 assisted tackles this season, to go along with four tackles for lost yardage. Kamback also recorded a sack and four pass break-ups, while recording a fumble caused. Kamback tied the school record twice this season with mammoth 20-tackle performances against Williams and Tufts. His 103 tackles this season were third-most in Middlebury single-season history, as he ends his career with 227 tackles to finish fourth on the school's all-time list.
Haluska was a second-team All-NESCAC choice, earning a spot on the All-East third-team. The safety finished the season tied for the league-lead with .62 interceptions/game, finishing the year with five picks, second-most in a season at Middlebury. He tied the school-record a year ago with three picks in a game and ends his career with eight interceptions to finish tied for fourth on the school's all-time list. Haluska earned 41 total tackles this season, including five for lost yardage and four break-ups. He ends his career with 101 total tackles and 14 pass break-ups.
Lindberg represents Middlebury's offensive line as a third-team honoree after earning second-team All-NESCAC honors. He helped to protect McKillop, allowing the Panthers to boast the nation's third most effective passing game at 373 yards/game. The team ranked fourth in the league with just 2.0 sacks allowed/game, while leading the league with 450.5 yards of total offense/contest.