Appeared in 43 games, making 10 starts...made 10 catches for 114 yards and two touchdowns...three-time All-Academic selection.
Earned a varsity letter after appearing in all 12 games, making two starts...caught two passes for 14 yards...had a two-yard reception at BYU...made a 12-yard catch in the win over Eastern Washington...named to Pac-12 All-Academic first team...presented the Cougar Academics Excellence Award.
Earned a varsity letter after appearing in all 12 games and making five starts...made seven catches for 96 yards and one touchdown...caught one pass for 23-yard touchdown against UNLV...had two catches for 29 yards including one for 20 yards at No. 7 Oregon...had two catches for 17 yards in the win over Arizona State...caught two passes for 27 yards in the Apple Cup.
Earned a varsity letter after appearing in seven games, making three starts...lone catch of year, and first of his career, was a four-yard touchdown against Montana State...earned Cougar "Big Hit" award at Oklahoma State...missed two games due to neck injury.
Earned a varsity letter after appearing in each of WSU's 12 games...reserve tight end primarily saw action on special teams...named honorable mention Pacific-10 Conference All-Academic.
Redshirt season while recovering from ankle surgery.
Helped lead team to the league championship as a FRESHMAN...named to the all-league and All-Whatcom County First Teams for head coach Bob Ames as a SOPHOMORE punter...led team to the state championship as a JUNIOR...earned all-district, all-county and all-state on offense after hauling in 49 passes for 718 yards...16 touchdowns were a school record...also named all-district and honorable mention all-state on defense as a junior...caught 35 passes for 628 yards and five touchdowns for league champions as a SENIOR...also rushed 54 times for 442 yards in his final prep season...team captain named Associated Press All-State as both a punter and defensive end...served as his team's punt- and kick-returner...named all-district at each of his positions and earned district defensive MVP honors...named Seattle Times Red Chip prospect...ranked one of Scout.com's top 50 Washington prospects (No. 36)...selected to play in East-West All-State Game...second player in Meridian High history to be offered a Division I scholarship...was a post on Meridian's basketball team...three-time letterwinner and two-year captain...team was a district qualifier both freshman and sophomore seasons...named to the all-state tournament first team, honorable mention all-state and team offensive most valuable player as a junior...also played defender on the Trojans' soccer team...four-year letterwinner and two-year captain...team won the league championship his freshman, sophomore and junior seasons...named second-team all-league as a sophomore.
Andrei Lintz...parents Jeff and Galina...younger brother Pavel...grandfather Yuri played professional soccer in Russia...sport management major.