Co-captain for the 2006 season with fellow seniors Brad Maurer and Marvin Snipes. 2005: Played in 11 games as the top backup linebacker and an integral member of the special teams...suffered a severely sprained ankle at Marist but missed just one game...made 15 tackles playing behind three All-Patriot League linebackers.
2004: Played in all 12 games and was a key member of the coverage units on special teams...made six tackles and forced a pair of fumbles vs. Lehigh...also ran for 14 yards on a fake punt in the third quarter against the Mountain Hawks...named Patriot League Special Teams Player of the Week in Lafayette's 24-10 win...recorded four stops with 0.5 sacks at Richmond...made five tackles (four solo) vs. Delaware...credited with three solo tackles against Fordham.
2003: Played in all 11 games to earn first varsity letter...was in on 11 tackles...made three solo stops, including two for a loss, against Marist.
AT WYOMING SEMINARY: Served as a team captain...recorded 65 tackles and five sacks on defense...also saw time at fullback, rushing for 214 yards and three touchdowns...caught 13 passes for 162 yards.
AT PALM BAY HIGH SCHOOL: Member of the 2000 6A Florida State football championship squad...helped the team advance to the state semi-finals in 2001...was a Wendy's High School Heisman nominee...an Honor Roll student...was honored as the Sunshine Network's Scholar-Athlete...member of the National Honor Society...a team captain who recorded 340 tackles in his career...also a member of the baseball team.
PERSONAL: Majoring in Economics and Business...son of John and Leslie Gispanski...born 3/19/84.
DEFENSIVE Year G/GS UT-AT Total TFL Sacks Int. Break-ups Fumbles Rcv./Fcd. 2003 11/0 9-2 11 2.0(2) 0.0(0) 0 0 0/0 2004 12/0 19-11 30 2.5(8) 1.5(7) 0 0 1/2 2005 11/0 8-7 15 0.0(0) 0.0(0) 0 0 0/0 Totals 34/0 36-20 56 4.5(10) 1.5(7) 0 0 1/2
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