Super Bowl Champion! Former Seahawk Greg Senat Makes History
Miami, FL – Former two-sport standout Greg Senat made history on Sunday night, becoming the first Wagner player ever to go on and win the Super Bowl as part of the Kansas City Chiefs' 31-20 victory over the San Francisco 49ers.
Senat was picked up by the Chiefs earlier this season after being drafted by Baltimore in the sixth round of the 2018 NFL Draft and spending his first NFL season with the Ravens. The offensive tackle spent the majority of the season on the injured reserve list. A four-year member of the Seahawk men's basketball team, Senat went on football scholarship prior to the 2016 season and became a fixture on the Seahawk offensive line, starting all 22 games that he played in during his two-year gridiron career In 2016-17, the Long Island native helped the Wagner hoops team to a 16-14 season as a senior before competing solely in football during the 2017 season as a fifth-year senior. Senat was the second Seahawk ever to be selected in the NFL draft, when he was selected, joining Rich Kotite, who was selected in the 18th round of the 1965 NFL Draft by the Minnesota Vikings.