Position
Quarterback
Height
6'4
Weight
224 lbs.
Class
Sophomore
Hometown
Henderson, Nev.
High School
Cimarron-Memorial HS

CAREER
Played two seasons for the Tigers – 2007 and 2008 – after transferring from Harvard University … Joined the Tigers in the summer of 2007, originally as a walk-on before earning a scholarship … Played in seven games during his career, which included starting the first three games of the 2008 season … Had 2008 season cut short after suffering a broken bone in his lower leg against Georgia … Missed the remaining six games … Had a 3-0 mark as LSU’s starting quarterback … Originally recruited out of high school by Gar Crowton when he was the head coach at Brigham Young … Played junior varsity football for one year at Harvard before going on a Mormon Mission … Had Mission cut short after suffering a knee injury while playing soccer on his day off … Returned to the United States for surgery and later ended up at LSU … Transferred from LSU in January of 2009

REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE SEASON (2008)
Played in six games with three starts … Started first three games of season, helping LSU to a 3-0 mark during that stretch … Had season cut short with a lower leg injury suffered against Georgia … Missed the final six games of the year … Saw action in games Nos. 4-6 as part of a two-player rotation at quarterback … Played on a number of drives against Georgia and completed 2-of-2 passes for 22 yards … Also notched a career-long 20-yard run against the Bulldogs … Rotated with Jarrett Lee against South Carolina and played well by completing 2-of-3 passes for 10 yards and a touchdown … Rushed five times for 19 yards against the Gamecocks … Saw limited action against Florida but completed 2-of-3 passes for 32 yards … Also ran for 14 yards and a touchdown against the Gators, which marked the second rushing TD of his career … Sat out the Mississippi State game because of a concussion suffered against Auburn …  For season, connected on 25-of-45 passes for 282 yards with two touchdowns and one interception … Finished 7-of-14 for 77 yards and one TD against Appalachian State … Went 10-for-17 for 125 yards and one interception against North Texas … Finished 2-for-6 for 16 yards against Auburn … Also proved to have great mobility running the football, rushing for 129 yards and a pair of touchdowns on 35 carries.

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2007)
Played in one game for the Tigers … Saw action in LSU’s win over Middle Tennessee … Completed 1-of-2 passes for nine yards and ran for another 27 yards on four carries in the 44-0 LSU victory … Limited the rest of the year with a shoulder injury … Granted a medical redshirt following the 2007 season due to the shoulder injury.

PRIOR TO LSU
Played his true freshman season at Harvard in 2005 … Quarterback for the Harvard junior varsity squad in 2005 … Played in the Harvard-Yale junior varsity game at the Yale Bowl … He ran for one TD and threw for another in the Harvard-Yale JV game … Left Harvard following his freshman season, going on what was planned to be a two-year Mormon mission in Chile … Injured knee playing soccer five months into his mission and had to return home to Utah to have surgery.

PERSONAL
Full name is Andrew Dale Hatch … Born on July 18, 1986, in Provo, Utah … Parents are Wendell and Julie Hatch … Has one sibling, Christian … Majoring in communication studies.

PASSING CAREER HIGHS   
Attempts: 17 vs. North Texas, 2008
Completions: 10 vs. N. Texas, 2008
Yards: 125 vs. North Texas, 2008
Touchdowns: 1, twice

RUSHING CAREER HIGHS   
Attempts: 10 vs. Auburn, 2008
Yards: 43 vs. App. State, 2008
Touchdowns: 1, twice
Long: 20 vs. Georgia, 2008

HATCH’S CAREER PASSING STATISTICS

Year

G-GS
Att.-Comp.-INT
YDS.
TD
G

2007

1-0
2-1-0
4
0
4

2008

6-3
45-25-1
282
2
29

Totals

7-3
47-26-1
286
2
29

HATCH’S CAREER RUSHING STATISTICS

Year

G-GS
Att.
Yds.
TD
LG

2007

1-0
4
27
0
11

2008

6-3
35
129
2
20

Totals

7-3
39
156
2
20

 

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