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Greg Wojt was a three-year letter winner for the Chippewas and a member of the 2006 & 2007 MAC championship teams.
Former Football Player Named to CFL East Division All-Star Team
Central Michigan alum Greg Wojt has been named to the Canadian Football League's East Division All-Star team, the league announced Wednesday. Wojt is in his first year with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats and fifth in the league.

Wojt, a right guard, spent part of the 2013 season bouncing between guard and tackle, filling in the gaps due to injuries along the offensive line. Named a West Division All-Star with the Edmonton Eskimos in 2011, Wojt was also named the Tiger-Cats Most Outstanding Lineman for his work this year.

The rosters are decided on by 77 voters including CFL Coaches and members of the Football Reporters of Canada. The league will announce the CFL All-Star team, made up of players from both divisions, in early December

A three-year letter winner, Wojt was a member of the Chippewas from 2004-08. He played on the 2006 & 2007 MAC championship teams and was a third-team All-MAC selection in 2008. The Mississauga, Ont., native, which is only 30 minutes from Hamilton, was also a captain on the 2008 team.