Top 15 MEAC Rushers of All-Time

The top 15 rushers in the 49-year history of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference.

With a few exceptions, the MEAC has been a run-oriented league for most of the last 40 years. That makes it a conference that allows running backs to shine.

We’ve pulled out some information about the top 15 all-time leading rushers in conference history. To be sure there are other backs like Maurice Hicks of NC A&T who didn’t quite play long enough to get into this club, but did leave their impact on the record books.

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Before we dive into the top 10, here are the five who just missed the cut:

15. Richard Pompey, FAMU (2002-05) — 3,006
14. Gene Lake, Delaware State (1982-84) — 3,123
13. Reggie Barnes, Delaware State (1985-1988) — 3,282
12. Isisore Jackson, Bethune-Cookman (2010-13) — 3,277
11. Tony Barber, Florida A&M (1983-86) — 3,278


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Top 15 MEAC Rushers of All-Time
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