2018 NFL Draft

Peter Lalich, QB

School: California (PA)  |  Conference: PSAC
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Springfield, VA
Height/Weight: 6-5 / 232 lbs.
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10/18/2011 - In their 17-3 loss at Slippery Rock, the Vulcans forced five turnovers (four interceptions), including four in the first half...The Vulcans have now lost only two games in PSAC West play since 2006, boasting a 29-2 record during that span....Cal U limited Slippery Rock to a season-low 236 yards of total offense, but committed a season-high 12 penalties...The Vulcans didn't score a touchdown for the second time this season after entering the year with a streak of 85-consecutive games with a touchdown...In the loss, junior Peter Lalich became the first Cal U quarterback to attempt 50-plus passes in a game since Sam Mannery in 1990...The Vulcans actually out-gained The Rock by a 273-236 margin, but Slippery Rock held an eight-minute advantage in time of possession (34:00-26:00)...Cal U, who has won six-straight Homecoming games, will face Mercyhurst next week for Homecoming at Adamson Stadium. - PSAC football

09/27/2011 - 09/26/11 PSAC WEST OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Peter Lalich, California, QB: After becoming the first California QB to throw for over 300 yards in back-to-back weeks since 2009, Lalich is the West Offensive Player of the Week for the second straight week. Lalich completed 71.9 percent of his passes (23-for-32) for 350 yards and three touchdowns to help the Vulcans to a 40-13 win over Clarion. After a scoreless first quarter, Lalich jump-started the Cal offense in the second quarter, completed 10-of-12 passes for 155 yards and a pair of scores, helping stake the Vulcans to a 20-0 lead going into halftime. Two of his TD strikes went for 56 and 60 yards, both to Thomas Mayo. - PSAC football

09/20/2011 - SEPT 19 PSAC WEST OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Peter Lalich, California, QB, Jr., accounted for all three of California's touchdowns, including the game-winning 75-yard TD toss to Thomas Mayo with just 3:12 remaining in the game to lead the Vulcans to a 22-19 win over East Stroudsburg. The redshirt junior completed 29-of-45 passes (64.4) percent for 384 yards and two TDs and also ran for a score. He also threw a successful two-point conversion pass to Mayo after the game-winning TD. Lalich also tossed a 22-yard TD to Josh Gumbert in the second quarter to put the Vulcans up 14-3 and ran it in himself from five yards out for a score on Cal's opening drive of the game. His passing yards total is the seventh-highest in school history and is the most for the Vulcans since Kevin McCabe's 443-yard performance in the 2008 PSAC championship game. - PSAC football