After posting the top overall record in the Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) at 9-1 and winning a share of the 2012 PAC title, the Waynesburg University football team took up 17 slots on the 2012 PAC All-Conference Teams. The Yellow Jackets, who finished 7-1 in conference play, boasted a league-high eight first-team honorees, including three on offense, three on defense and two of the three special team spots. Leading the offensive trio was three-time first-team All-PAC honoree Adam Moses at tight end. Joining Moses as first-team offensive picks were junior offensive lineman Rob Kingerski and junior running back Bertrand Ngampa. Waynesburg's threesome of first-team defensive selections featured three-time first-team safety Bryan Gary, a junior. Defensive linemen Matt Krause, a senior, and Brandon Fedorka, a junior, were also lauded as first-team picks. The Jackets nearly swept the three first-team special teams selections as senior punter Zack Rogers and senior kick returner Christian Jackson were given the nod at their respective positions.
Along with Waynesburg's eight first-team nods, three Yellow Jackets were named second-team picks. Those laurels went to senior offensive lineman Conor Brinkhoff, senior linebacker Jordan Helmick and junior kicker Alex Henry.
Six honorable mention selections – Jackson, this time at wide receiver, senior running back Dominic Moore, junior linebacker Ronnie Skinner, sophomore linebacker John Skiora, senior defensive back LaVance Turnage, Jr. and junior defensive back Logan McAnany – completed Waynesburg's awards haul.