Second Team All-Mountain West Conference (Coaches & Media selection) ... ranks sixth nationally and second in the MW in punting and set a new UH single-season record with a 46.16 average. He had 20 punts of over 50 yards, including a career-long 73 yarder against UNLV, and 12 inside the 20.
Played in all 13 games as the team's primary punter...punted 56 times for an average of 39.7 yards per punt...had seven punts of over 50 yards, including a season-long 62-yarder at Nevada (Nov. 12)...downed 18 punts inside the 20-yard line...ranked seventh in the WAC and 71st nationally in punting average...helped UH lead the country for fewest punt returns by its opponent with four...averaged 46.6 yards on five punts at Nevada...the following week, averaged 44.4 yards on five punts against Fresno State (Nov. 19)...season-high eight punts vs. Brigham Young (Dec. 3).
Appeared in all 14 games as team's starting punter...averaged 43.0 yards on 52 punts...average ranked third in the WAC...had 19 punts of over 50 yards and pinned 15 inside the opponent's 20-yard line...averaged 50.8 yards on five punts at Fresno State (Oct. 9)...career-high nine punts, including four inside the 20, at Boise State (Nov. 6)...had a 60-yard punt and pinned three inside the 20 against San Jose State (Nov. 20)...season-long 61-yard punt at Colorado (Sept. 18)...had three punts of over 50 yards against Tulsa in the Sheraton Hawaii Bowl (Dec. 24).
Appeared in all 13 games as team's starting punter...made 42 punts for 1,647 yards and a 39.2 average...punted a career-high six times against Wisconsin (Dec. 5) with four punts of 50 yards or more including two over 60 (66 and 61) ...also had two punts inside the 20-yard line and was named WAC Player of the Week for his efforts...had a 57.3 punting average against New Mexico State (Nov. 14)... had 13 punts inside the 20 with only five touchbacks...helped UH rank second in the country in punt-return defense, allowing only nine returns for 15 yards.
A 2008 graduate of Marcellin College in Bulleen, Victoria, Australia...participated in basketball, volleyball and Australian Rules Football...played nine years for the Banyule Bears Junior and Amateur Football Club...in 2008, named the Under-19 Best and Fairest Shooter, as well as Sharp Shooter, in the Victorian Amateur Football Association while scoring 58 goals for the Bears...runner-up for the award in 2006...a member of the Cape Paterson Surf Life-Saving Club...club champion in the Under-17 division.
Born in Euroa, Victoria, Australia...majoring in English...has one younger brother and one older sister...parents.