Elected co-captain for the 2006 season with fellow seniors Marvin Snipes and Justin Stovall...enters senior year as Lafayette's all-time leader and second in Patriot League history in career completion percentage (62.0)...ranked sixth in school history completions (253), seventh in passing yards (2,875) and ninth in passing touchdowns (15)...holds school record and is second in Patriot League record books for single-season completion percentage (67.0, 2004).
2005: Named to ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District II team for the second straight year...earned All-Patriot League Second Team honors...started each of the first 11 games at quarterback...ranked second in the league in pass efficiency (125.5) and third in both passing average per game (142.0) and total offense (166.6)...led the league in pass efficiency in league games (141.6) and was also first in passing average per game (225.4) and total offense (254.4) going into the final weekend of the regular season at Lehigh...suffered a separated shoulder on the third offensive play of the game and did not return...set career-high with 272 yards passing and 301 yards of total offense against Colgate...followed up with 242 yards passing and a career-high three touchdowns in win at Holy Cross...was 18-of-32 for 222 yards vs. Fordham and 18-of-25 for 194 yards at Georgetown in consecutive weeks...led Leopards to 7-0 win over Richmond with 16-for-25 effort for 163 yards and the game's only touchdown...was an efficient 14-of-18 for 197 yards, including the game-winning 40-yard touchdown pass to Joe Ort with 1:47 remaining, against Bucknell.
2004: Named to ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District II team...started all 12 games at quarterback and set the single-season record for completion percentage (67.0)...honored as team's Offensive Player of the Year...finished third in the Patriot League in passing efficiency at 128.7...played the entire game under center in each of the final seven games after splitting time with Pat Davis in the first five outings...over the last seven games, completed 86-of-125 (68.8 percent) for 886 yards and four touchdowns ...scored six rushing touchdowns in those contests as well, including runs of 63 and 71 yards...71-yard sprint at Fordham was the longest running play in league games all year...ranked second amongst teammates and eighth in the league with 643 rushing yards and nine scores... threw for a career-high 211 yards on 19-of-27 passing in the NCAA playoff game vs. Delaware...ran for a career-high 136 yards at Fordham and 124 yards at Lehigh...also completed 11-of-21 passes for 108 yards to earn MVP honors of the Lehigh game.
2003: Named scout team offensive co-MVP by coaching staff...competed on junior varsity team.
AT KINGS HIGH SCHOOL: A National Merit Scholar finalist and member of the National Honor Society...honored as Kings 2002 Fall Scholar-Athlete...a three-year starter who led his high school team to a 12-1 record and a Division II regional runner-up finish...passed for 2,620 yards and 29 touchdowns in 2002...rushed for 1,001 yards and 20 touchdowns...set the school record for single-game passing yards with 345...won the National Football Foundation's 36th annual "That's My Boy" award as Ohio's top football scholar-athlete...named a finalist for the Cincinnati Enquirer's football player of the year...earned first-team and Offensive Player of the Year honors at every level in 2002, including conference, county, district and state.
PERSONAL: Lafayette Marquis Scholar...majoring in Neuroscience...son of Kyle and Elaine Maurer...born 7/8/84.
PASSING Yds./ Eff. Year G/GS C-A Yds. TD-Int.Lg. Comp. % Game Rating 2004 12/12 124-185 1313 6-8 46 0.670 109.4 128.7 2005 11/11 129-223 1562 9-5 65 0.578 142.0 125.5 Totals 23/23 253-408 2875 15-13 65 0.620 125.0 127.0
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