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  Andrew Mooney

Andrew  Mooney

Player Profile


Lubbock, Texas

High School:

Last College:
New Mexico State

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 236


2007: Second Team All-MAC selection ... Played in all 12 games in his first season as a Bobcat ... Led the team in receptions, receiving yards, and receiving touchdowns with 34 catches for 498 yards and nine touchdowns ... His nine receiving touchdowns set an Ohio single-season touchdown receiving record ... Caught four balls for 58 yards and two scores against Akron, followed by another two touchdown performance against Miami to close the season ... Recorded a career high for receptions with five against Temple (Nov. 2) ... Against Toledo (Oct. 20), he set a career high for receiving yards with 82 ... Against Wyoming (Sept. 22), he set a career high for longest reception with a 68 yard catch, the longest on the season for the Bobcats.

2006: Transferred from New Mexico State in time for spring practice ... Sat out due to NCAA transfer rules ... Named offensive scout team player of the week prior to the Rutgers game.

AT NEW MEXICO STATE: Played two seasons for the Aggies ... Was a Second-Team Sporting News Freshmen All-America Selection by the Sporting News in 2004 ... Caught 27 passes for 372 yards and two touchdowns as a true freshman ... Was third on the team in receptions and receiving yards ... Was a second-team All-Sun Belt Conference pick as a freshman ... Had eight games with at least two catches ... Had a career-high eight catches for 88 yards against North Texas ... Had a career-best 95 yards against UL Lafayette ... Played in two games as a sophomore, recording two catches.

HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered twice at Monterey ... Was a First-Team All-District 2-5A Selection and an all-city pick as a senior ... Named to the Lubbock Avalanche Journal South Plains Super Team ... Caught 24 passes for 434 yards and three touchdowns as a senior ... Helped the Plainsmen to back-to-back Class 5A Regional Semifinals.

PERSONAL: Academic interest is education ... Son of Ed and Sharon Mooney ... Father played linebacker at Texas Tech and in the NFL with the Lions and Colts from 1968-73 ... Two of his older sisters played volleyball at Texas Tech ... Two other sisters played basketball on the college level, one at Baylor and the other at Lubbock Christian University.