Wayne State College

Troy Pribnow

Inducted: 2017

Troy Pribnow played football for five seasons at Wayne State from 2004-08. The Scribner-Snyder graduate became Wayne State’s first All-American since Brad Ottis (1993) as a senior in 2008, named to five different All-American teams after leading the NSIC in sacks (14), tackles for loss (22), forced fumbles (5) and fumble recoveries (4). As a senior, Pribnow ranked third in NCAA Division II in sacks and eighth in tackles for loss, helping WSC to 9-3 record and only NCAA Division II playoff berth in school history and tie for NSIC South Division title. Pribnow’s 2008 All-American honors included First Team AFCA, Second Team Daktronics, Associated Press Little All-American Team, D2Football.com and Lineman of the Year from Don Hansen’s Football Gazette. As a junior, had 12 sacks, 20.5 tackles for loss, 69 tackles and three fumble recoveries to earn First Team All-NSIC honors, helping WSC to a 7-5 record and trip to Mineral Water Bowl. Troy Pribnow finished career as First Team All-NSIC selection as a junior and senior and All-American as a senior. His 29 career sacks rank fourth all-time at WSC while his 14 sacks as a senior tied for the second most in school history. Pribnow’s 12 sacks during junior season are sixth on all-time list at Wayne State College. Troy currently resides in Lincoln and serves as operations manager of Midwest Farmers Coop in Palmyra. Troy Pribnow was inducted into the WSC Athletics Hall of Fame on October 7, 2017.