1 Sheldon Weddle
1 Sheldon Weddle
Height: 6-1
Weight: 195
Year: Senior
Hometown: Ephrata, Wash.
High School: Ephrata HS '02
Position: K
Experience: 2L*
2006: Listed as a starter at kicker on preseason depth chart. His 16 career field goals ranks seventh in school history and his 26 attempts is eighth. He should also earn positions on EWU's leaders lists in field goals made and attempted, extra points made and attempted and total points. He currently has 119 total points and needs 39 to move into 13th. He accounted for the lone points in the Red-White Spring Game with a 40-yard field goal. 2005: Earned honorable mention All-Big Sky Conference honors. He ranked second in the Big Sky in kick scoring, averaging 7.2 points per game. Among all players, his average ranked 45th in I-AA and fifth in the Big Sky. He ranked 26th in I-AA and fifth in the league with an average of 1.0 field goals per game. He was also fifth in the Big Sky in field goal percentage (.647) and second in extra point percentage (.979). He finished with 11 total field goals to rank as the eighth-best performance in school history. He had a long field goal of 48 yards against Western Oregon (9/17/05) that is the 16th-best all-time at EWU. He also made 46 extra points (third in school history). He was EWU's special teams player of the week and had the team's big play of the week against Weber State (10/22/05) when he made all three of his field goal attempts from 19, 31 and 46 yards. 2004: He shared the placekicking duties with Skyler Allen and made 5-of-9 field goals and 25-of-29 extra points. He made a career-best 41-yard field goal versus Central Washington (9/18/04) in the first field goal attempt of his collegiate career. He had a 28-yard field goal attempt blocked with 18 seconds left in a 31-28 loss to Montana (10/16/04) that could have sent the game into overtime. He was selected as team Special Teams Player of the Week once. 2003: Did not play. Kicked a 52-yard field goal in the Red-White Spring Game. 2002: Redshirted. HS: Graduated from Ephrata HS in 2002. As a junior in 2000, he was a first team All-Central Washington Athletic Conference North Division selection as a punter, kicker and defensive back. Personal: Born 2/4/84 in Wenatchee, Wash. Communication studies major.
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