NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The postseason awards keep rolling in for the Columbus Lions.
Columbus wide receiver Terrence Ebagua was named the PIFL's Most Valuable Player.
He is the first Columbus player to win the award.
Ebagua (6-foot-7, 220 pounds) led the Lions to an 8-3 record and the regular-season championship. The former Florida State player led the PIFL with 156 points.
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He caught 71 passes for a league-leading 26 touchdowns. He was third in yards receiving with 1,070.
He scored a TD in all 11 regular-season games, multiple TDs in nine of those games. Twice, he scored four times in a game.
In leading the Lions to the PIFL championship, Ebagua had 12 catches for 184 yards and seven TDs in the playoffs.
The award was voted on by league coaches and officials.