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Jordan Berry #37Position: Punter
Class: Redshirt Senior
Hometown: Essendon, Victoria, Australia
- 2011 All-OVC first team selection
- 2010 All-OVC second team selection
- 2010 OVC All-Newcomer team
- Sports Network/Fathead.com National FCS Freshman of the Week (Oct. 17, 2010)
At EKU – 2012: Led the league in punts inside the 20-yard line (19) while ranking eighth in punting average at 38.5 yards per punt … earned the team's Special Teams Player of the Year award … landed six punts inside the 20-yard line against Eastern Illinois on Oct. 27 … tallied a season-best 63 yard punt in the fourth quarter against EIU … booted two punts at least 50 yards in the opener at Purdue on Sept. 1. 2011: Finished second in the OVC and 25th nationally in punting average at 41.0 yards per punt … named OVC Specialist of the Week after his performance at Kansas State (Sept. 3) in which he punted 10 times for an average of 41.8 yards, which included a 67-yard boot … notched 15 punts at least 50 yards, including a season-best 69-yard punt against James Madison in the FCS playoffs. 2010: Ranked seventh nationally and set a program single-season record for punting average at 42.9 yards per punt … first EKU punter to earn All-OVC honors in eight years … named Sports Network/Fathead.com National FCS Freshman of the Week after his performance at UT Martin in which he punted six times for an average of 52.3 yards and boomed a 75-yard punt, just three yards short of the EKU record … twice ran for a first down while in punting formation – at Chattanooga and at UT Martin. 2009: Took a redshirt season.
High School – Played club American football for the Western Crusaders in 2008 … starter on the Australian national team for the 2009 Junior World Championship of American Football qualifier against New Zealand … played Australian football in 2007 and 2008 for Melbourne High, Aberfeldie football club and Calder Cannons football club.
Personal – Son of Jason and Louise Berry… born on March 18, 1991.
Chris Brinkmeier #73Position: OL
Hometown: Orangeville, Ill.
High School: Orangeville
2014: Played in 13 games…had 1 total tackle (1 solo)…First-team All-Conference.
2013: Did not play.
2012: Played in 9 games… had 1 tackles… had 1 block.
2011: Did not play.
High School: First-team All-Conference (offensive and defensive lineman, unanimous selection).
Career Highs:Solo Tackles: 1, 2x, MR @ Simpson, 11/8/14
Total: 1, 2x, MR @ Simpson, 11/8/14
PATRICK CLARKE #45Height: 6-2
Hometown: New Castle, DE
High School: Hargrave Military Academy
Hoof Prints: Earned the starting kicker job late in his freshman season… chose Buffalo for the campus, the coaches and the academics…major is undecided.
Sophomore (2012): Converted on 11 of 15 field goal attempts for the season… also served as the starter on kickoffs, recording 13 touchbacks… made four field goals from over 40 yards… was successful on his first four field goals and six of his first seven attempts of the season… hit a pair of field goals against Pittsburgh (10/20)… hit field goals from 49 and 47 yards, with the 47 yarder coming as time expired to give the Bulls a 27-24 win over Miami (OH) (11/3)… named MAC Special Teams Player of the Week on Nov. 5… had a season-best 11 points after hitting three field goals and adding a pair of extra points in a win over Western Michigan (11/10).
Freshman (2011): Used his strong leg for the team's kickoffs… took over as the main field-goal kicker in the final three games of the season and was dominant, hitting all six of his field goals and all 10 of his extra points… made his first career field goal on a 43-yard attempt against Eastern Michigan (11/12)… hit three field goals, including a career-long of 49 yards (tied for ninth-longest in program history), and racked up 15 points in a blowout win over Akron (11/19)… knocked in two field goals (27 and 31 yards) in the season finale against Bowling Green (11/25).
Previous School: An accomplished football and soccer player…spent one season at prep school at Hargrave Military Academy where he helped his team to an undefeated record…at the national championship combine he went 10-for-10 on field goals between 30 and 52 yards…in high school, he recorded 16 touchbacks on kickoffs…as a soccer player, he was a first-team All-State selection in 2008-09, recording 40 goals and 33 assists in his three-year career.
TOM HACKETTHeight: 5' 11"
Hometown: Melbourne, Australia
High School: Scotch College
UTAH: Two-time Ray Gay Award winner as the nation's top punter … first Ray Guy Award winner in Utah and Pac-12 history … consensus All-American and three-time first-team All-Pac-12 punter came to Utah as a walk-on before being placed on scholarship … named to the Pac-12 All-Century Football Team … school record-holder for punt yards in a season (3,736 in 2014) and total punts in a season (80 in 2014) … school-record holder with 65 career punts of 50+ yards and has four career punts of 70+ yards … 10,636 career punt yards is a school record and 236 career punts ranks second all-time at Utah … currently ranked second all-time at Utah in career punt average (45.1) … has placed 43.2% of his career punts inside the 20 (102-of 236), including 48 inside the 10-yard line and 18 inside the 5-yard line … just 25 touchbacks in 236 punts … 3-for-3 on fake punt plays for first downs … shared the starting job as a freshman and has started in every game since … holds for field goals and PATs.
2015 – Ray Guy Award winner as the nations top punter … earned first-team All-America honors from Walter Camp, the Associated Press, USA Today and Sports Illustrated … second-team CBS Sports All-American … first-team All-Pac-12 … ranks third in the nation and leads the Pac-12 with a 47.8 punt average (55 punts, 2,628 yards) … Utah leads the nation in net punting (43.67) … 20 punts of 50+ yards leads the Pac-12 … has two of the six longest punts in the country (76 yards vs. Oregon and 74 yards vs. Michigan) … 24 punts inside the 20-yard line (43.6% of his punts) with 11 inside the 10-yard line and two inside the 5-yard line … named the Pac-12 Special Teams Player of the Week and Ray Guy Award Player of the Week against Oregon, averaging 60.3 yards on three punts and placing all three inside the 10-yard line (8, 1 and 4-yard lines) while also rushing 33 yards on a fake punt … placed five of eight punts against Arizona State inside the 20-yard line … also made a touchdown-saving tackle against ASU … three of five punts inside the 20 against USC … three punts against Oregon State were all beyond 50 yards … averaged 49.4 yards on five punts (247 yards) against UCLA with three inside the 20-yard line and two of 50+ yards … dropped three of his seven punts inside the 20-yard line with three punts of 50+ yards against Colorado (354 yards, 50.6 average).
2014 – Ray Guy Award winner as the nation's top punter … Utah's fifth all-time consensus All-American earned first-team honors from Walter Camp, the Associated Press, AFCA and FWAA, while being named to the Sporting News second team … also earned first-team All-America honors from Phil Steele, CBSSports.com, FoxSports.com, Scout.com and SB Nation … second-team USA Today All-American … first-team All-Pac-12 … led the nation in punts inside the 10 (19) and punts inside the 20 (36) … dropped 45% of his punts inside the 20-yard line (36-of-80), which led the Pac-12 … six punts inside the 5-yard line … third in the nation and first in the Pac-12 in punt average (46.7) … 46.7 punt average ranked second all-time in a season at Utah … broke his own school records for punt yards in a season (3,736) and total punts (80) … led the nation in total punt yards (3,736) and tied for 12th in total punts (80) … second in the Pac-12 in punts of 50+ yards (25), which ranks second all-time in a season at Utah … named the Ray Guy Award Player of the Week three times: vs. Fresno State, UCLA and Stanford … also named the College Football Performance Awards (CFPA) National Punter of the Week vs. UCLA … named the Pac-12 Player of the Week vs. Colorado … set a school record for punt average in a game against Fresno State (55.4, five punts for 277 yards) and four punts of 50+ yards tied for second-most in a game at Utah … landed 6-of-9 punts inside the 20-yard line against Stanford, including four punts inside the 10-yard line and two punts inside the five (6, 5, 3 and 2-yard lines) … against UCLA, placed 4-of-8 punts inside the 20 (3 inside the 10) with four punts of 50+ yards (tied for second-most in a game at Utah) … 5-of-9 punts inside the 20 (1 inside the 10) against Arizona … long punt of 70 yards vs. Colorado … 2-for-2 in fake punt attempts for first downs (Idaho State, Colorado) … 10 touchbacks.
2013 – First-team All-Pac-12 … led the Pac-12 in punt yards (3,300), average (43.4), punts inside the 20 (27, tie), 50+ yard punts (19) and long punt (70, tie) … 3,300 punt yards set a school single-season record that he would break in 2014 … 76 punts was the second-most in a season by a Utah punter … 19 punts of 50 yards or longer tied for fourth at Utah … 11 punts and 486 yards against BYU are tied for second-most in a game at Utah, as were four punts of 50+ yards vs. ASU … placed 27-of-76 punts inside the 20 (11 inside the 10- and six inside the 5-yard line) … six touchbacks.
2012 – Played in the last nine games of the season … 25 punts for 972 yards (38.9 average) … downed 15 of his 25 punts inside the 20-yard line, including seven inside the 10-yard line and four inside the 5-yard line … in his first American football game, was named Pac-12 Player of the Week on Sept. 17 after all three of his punts against BYU were downed inside the 10-yard line … long punt of 58 yards against Arizona State … 3-of-3 punts downed inside the 20-yard line against Cal and Washington … 4-of-5 punts inside the 20 against Colorado.
HIGH SCHOOL: Played Australian rules football at Scotch College … spent two years on the 1st XVIII … leading goal scorer … leadership group.
PERSONAL: Son of David and Louise Hackett … three brothers and a sister … has lived in three cities, including Tokyo, Japan … parks, recreation and tourism major will receive his bachelor's degree in December … full name is Thomas David Neville Hackett … born May 10, 1992.
Craig McIntoshUK — K
2012 (Senior)Played in all 12 games. Had a total of 51 points on 8/15 FG's with a long of 47 yards and 27-27 PAT's. Was named to the NFLPA All-Star game in California.
2011 (Junior)Played in all 12 games. Led the team in scoring with 56 points. Converted 12-of-14 field goals and 21-of-22 extra points . Made seven-consecutive field goals, the third-longest streak in school history . Had a career-best three field goals vs. Mississippi State. Season long was 48 yards in the win over Ole Miss.
2010 (Sophomore)Second on the team in scoring with 67 points, making 11-of-15 field goals and 34-of-35 extra points. Made eight-consecutive field goals, the second-longest streak in school history. Hit both field goal attempts at Ole Miss, including a career-long 50-yarder. Tied his career long with a 50-yarder against the wind in the BBVA Compass Bowl. Took over kickoff duties late in the season because of his accurate kick placement. Made two tackles in kick coverage.
2009 (Redshirt Freshman)Tried out for the team when school started in late August and won a place on the squad. Kicked off the last 10 games of the season … Had 51 kickoffs, 11 for touchbacks. Even though he got off to a late start, he ranked fourth in the SEC in total touchbacks. Had a season-high three touchbacks against Eastern Kentucky and Vanderbilt. Named the National Kickoff Specialist of the Week for his performance against the Commodores. Made one tackle in kick coverage.
2008 (Freshman)Enrolled at UK as a member of the ROTC program … Did not play football, the equivalent of a redshirt season.
High SchoolOnly played football in his senior season at Lexington Christian Academy … Was the team's starting kicker, punter and linebacker … Had a long field goal of 48 yards … Helped LCA to an 11-4 record and a runner-up finish in the Class A state championship … Coached by Paul Rains … Two-year all-state honoree in soccer, playing the striker position … Also participated in the pole vault for the track and field team.
Reuben Thomas #12Position: Wide Receiver
Hometown: Pasadena, Calif.
High School: Pasadena City College
2013Started in 14 of 15 games… Led the team in overall receiving statistics with 1,025 total receiving yards and 10 touchdowns… Had three receptions and a team high 64 yards and a touchdown against Fort Hays (9/21)… Had four receptions for 45 yards and scored a touchdown (9/28)… Led the team in receptions and yards with five catches for 74 yards against Northeastern State (10/5)… scored a 61 yard touchdown against Central Oklahoma (10/12) … Scored one touchdown against Pittsburg State (10/19) … Led the team in receptions and yards with eight catches for 154 yards and added a touchdown against Minnesota-Duluth (11/30) … Led the team in receiving yards with 94 and caught one touchdown pass against Missouri Western (11/16) … Led the team in receiving yards with 62 against Washburn (11/2) … Led the team in receiving yards with 143 and caught two touchdown passes against Grand Valley State (12/14) … Caught for 92 yards and two touchdowns against Lenoir-Rhyne (12/21) …
Cole Jaeschke #15Position: QB
Class: Redshirt Senior
Hometown: Moorland, Iowa
High School: Prairie Valley HS
2011Started all 11 games… led the Peacock offense to 406.6 yards of total offense per game, ranked 4th in the NSIC and 45th in NCAA DII… completed 166 of 286 passes (58%) thrown while only allowing 7 interceptions… compiled 2,446 yards, 3rd most in a season in UIU history, and 13 touchdowns, 7th most in a season in UIU history… averaged 222.4 yards/game with a long throw of 85 yards to Drew Kaluzny… recorded an efficiency rating 139.99… rushed 57 times for 67 yards and two touchdowns.
NSIC/NCAA Ranks3rd in NSIC in passing yards/game… 4th in the NSIC and 53rd in NCAA DII in total offense… 3rd in NSIC and 32nd in NCAA DII in passing efficiency.
PersonalBorn January 17, 1992… son of Mike Dennhardt and Christy Jaeschke… sports administration major.
Grant DonovanClass: RS Senior
Hometown: Louisville, Ky.
High School: Male
2013 JUNIOR SEASONHandled the long-snapping duties on field goals and punting opportunities… registered one tackle… appeared in all 13 games… was perfect on all snaps… received the Academic Award for posting the team's highest grade point average.
2012 SOPHOMORE SEASONWas the long snapper for all punting and field goals during his sophomore season… played in all 13 games.
2012 REDSHIRT SEASONHandled the long and short-snapping duties in all 13 games.
2010 FRESHMAN SEASONRedshirted.
HIGH SCHOOLPlayed football for four years under Bob Redman at Louisville Male High School… named special teams MVP all four years and was named All-District tight end and team MVP as a senior…selected Great American Rivalry Scholar Athlete as a senior… four-year district champion… caught 35 passes for 561 yards and 10 touchdowns as a senior… earned a 3.92 GPA in the classroom and was named to the honor roll.
PERSONALSon of Stephanie and Cary Donovan… born 8/24/91… sport administration major.
Brandon Sinnery #17Arizona Diamondbacks — Pitcher
(Class A Midwest League-Arizona Diamondbacks)
Midwest Conference Eastern Division
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 170 lbs
College: University of Michigan
- Eighth pitcher in Michigan history in innings pitched in a career (260)
- Tied for fourth in Big Ten in innings pitched
- First in innings pitched and completed games in Big Ten games his senior year in high school
- Starting pitcher as a freshman in high school
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Jacob Daniel #6Outfielder / Third Baseman
Height: 6' 0" Weight: 300 lbs
- A first team All-OVC outfielder after batting .337 and leading EKU with nine home runs, 44 RBI and a .547 slugging percentage.
- Started in the outfield in 2011 and ran with it, starting 56 games in left field, recording a .944 fielding percentage and recording three outfield assists
- Hit .375 against conference foes with two doubles, two triples, five home runs and 18 RBI, and a smashing a walk-off solo home run in the bottom of the ninth in a game one win over Morehead State on April 16 that propelled the Colonels to a three-game sweep over the Eagles.
- Named a New England Collegiate Baseball League Western Division All-Star after leading the North Adams Steeplecats with 27 RBI
- Started 42 games at designated hitter
- Batted .292 with six home runs, 11 doubles, two triples, 27 RBI and 33 runs scored
- Played his best ball against OVC opponents as he batted .322 with four jacks during conference play
- Went 3-for-4 with two doubles, a triple, four RBI and two runs scored against High Point (March 12)
- Batted 7-for-13 with three home runs, six RBI and five runs scored during a three game series with conference foe
- Named to the OVC All-Freshman team after leading all EKU freshman in batting average (.361), triples (6) and slugging percentage (.524)
- Scored 40 runs, drove in 30 runs, smashed three home runs and stole 10 bases
- blasted a triple in his first collegiate at-bat against Bowling Green State (March 8)
Jacob is represented by Star Pass Sports Management, LLC based out of Lexington, Kentucky.
He is represented by Gerald Briffa. If you have any questions or would like to talk with us about representation or marketing please call Jerry at (859) 220-6769.
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Winner of the Dubai World Cup
Winner of The Kentucky Derby
- In a five-week span in 2013 he rode the winners of the Dubai World Cup and the Kentucky Derby.
- On December 11, 2009, Rosario equaled a Hollywood Park Racetrack record when he won six races on a single race card.
- On March 30th 2013 Rosario won the world's richest horse race, the USD10 million Dubai World Cup at Meydan Racecourse in Dubai, aboard the US-based stallion Animal Kingdom.
- On May 4th 2013 he won the Kentucky Derby aboard the colt Orb. On 20 June 2013 Rosario won the Norfolk Stakes aboard No Nay Never at Royal Ascot, and broke the 5 furlong track record for two year olds
2013 Statistics:Starts: 927
Avg. Earnings Per Start: $16,248
Rank: 1/1,523 by Earnings
Career Statistics:Starts: 8,779
Avg. Earnings Per Start: $9,884
"Joel Rosario has a grip that could crush gravel, and a firm grasp of his own importance" says Tim Sullivan's USA Today. He's a natural talent and remains humble through his new found fame. Committed and determined, Rosario is an all around great guy.
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JIMMY GORDONHeight: 6' 4 1/2"
College: University of Buffalo, No. 81
Position: PTEbr> Experience: Syracuse, Rutgers, UCD, Buffalo
Hoof Prints: A strong, flexible and powerful tight end who came on at the close of the 2010 season…a versatile player who played tight end, defensive end and fullback in high school... chose Buffalo for the teammates and surroundings.
Junior (2012): Was a do-everything standout for the Bulls, playing in all 12 games while making 10 starts... was a mainstay on special teams in both kick returns and kick coverage, returning three kicks for 51 yards and making three tackles in coverage... caught 17 passes for 262 yards, the fourth most on the team, and a pair of touchdowns as the team’s tight end... made three catches for 63 yards in the season opener against Georgia (9/1)... caught two passes for 23 yards and a touchdown against Morgan State (9/8)... pulled down a touchdown to help fuel the team’s comeback win over Massachusetts (11/17)... earned the UBelieve Tight End Award.
Sophomore (2011): Was given the starting position due to injuries and he capitalized with a solid season, appearing in every game and making seven starts... made five catches for 44 yards for the season... made two catches for 12 yards in the season opener against Pittsburgh (9/3)... had a season-long catch of 15 yards against UConn (9/24)... caught two passes for 17 yards against Akron (11/19).
Redshirt-Freshman (2010): Appeared in seven games... broke out in the final game of the season, catching a game-high five passes for 54 yards against Akron (11/26).
Freshman (2009): Redshirted in his first season at Buffalo.
High School: A four-year letterwinner for head coach James Chiarello at Patchogue-Medford High School...as a tight end, had seven catches for 85 yards his senior season...as a defensive end, had 46 solo tackles, eight sacks and 12 pass deflections as a senior...named All-State and All-Long Island as a senior...a two-time All-County selection...runner up for the Zellner Award - awarded to the best lineman in Suffolk County.