LSU Gold
Camarillo, Calif.
Previous School
Assumption College
High School
Newbury Park HS

2019 Senior Bowl Participant
2018 Permanent Team Captain
2018 Lou Groza Award Finalist
2018 Second Team All-America (Walter Camp, FWAA, Sporting News, AFCA)
2018 First Team All-SEC (SEC Coaches, AP)
2018 SEC Special Teams Player of the Week (vs. Miami, at Auburn, vs. Georgia, vs. Mississippi State)
2018 Lou Groza Star of the Week (vs. Miami, at Auburn, vs. Georgia, vs. Mississippi State)
2018 SEC Academic Honor Roll

NCAA Records
Field Goals (Any Division) 97, 2014-18
Points by kicking (Any division) 502, 2014-18

LSU Records
(Tied) Field goals in a game (5 vs. Georgia, 2018)
(Tied) – Longest field goal (54 vs. Miami,2018)
Points by kicking (18 vs. Georgia, 2018)
Field goals over a 2-game span (9; 5 vs. Georgia, 4 vs. Mississippi State, 2018)
Field goals in a season (29, 2018
Field goals in a bowl game (4 vs. UCF, 2019 Fiesta Bowl)
Points by kicking in a bowl game (16 vs. UCF, 2019 Fiesta Bowl)

Assumption College Records
Most points in school history (373)
Most points in a single season in school history (148 in 2017)
Most field goals in school history (68)
Most field goals in a single season in school history (27 in 2017)
Most filed goals in a single game in school history (6, twice)

The most prolific kicker in NCAA history with 97 field goals and 502 total points … Capped his career as the NCAA record holder for most field goals in the history of college football (all divisions) with 97 … Surpassed the previous record holder Zane Gonzales of Arizona State with the final kick of his college career in the fourth quarter of LSU’s Fiesta Bowl win over Central Florida … Also holds the NCAA all-time scoring record (all divisions) for points by a kicker with 502 … Graduate transfer from Division II Assumption College that spent one season at LSU … Kicked 68 field goals in three years at Assumption followed by setting the LSU single-season record of 29 field goals in 2018 … Finished collegiate career by connecting on 97-of-117 field goal attempts … Invited to participate in the 2019 Senior Bowl … Currently enrolled in graduate school at LSU and is pursuing a Master’s degree in liberal arts.

Make a tremendous impact in his one and only season at LSU … Finalist for the Lou Groza Award as the nation’s top kicker … Second team All-America selection from Walter Camp, Football Writer’s, Sporting News and the American Football Coaches Association … First team All-SEC from both the SEC Coaches and the Associated Press … Set SEC record by being named SEC Special Teams Player of the Week four times in 2018 … SEC Player of the Week following games vs. Miami, Auburn, Georgia and Mississippi State … Set LSU single-season record with 29 field goals as a senior … Led the SEC and ranked No. 2 in the nation in field goals (29), field goals per game (2.23) … Led the SEC in scoring with 129, which ranked No. 7 in the nation … His 129 points rank No. 2 in LSU single-season history for scoring by a kicker and No. 3 overall … Finished year by connecting on 29-of-33 field goals and 42-of-42 PATs … Three of his misses came from 49 yards out (53 vs. Auburn, 53 vs. Ole Miss and 49 vs. Texas A&M) … Only other miss came from 33 yards vs. Alabama … The 33-yard miss vs. Alabama snapped a streak of 47 straight successful field goal attempts from inside 40 yards … That streak dated back to his days at Assumption College when he missed a kick of under 40 yards on September 3, 2016 … Tied a school-record with 54-yard field goal in his LSU debut vs. Miami … Kicked game-winning 42-yard field goal as time expired in LSU’s 22-21 win over No. 7 Auburn … That kick was the first walk-off field goal to end a game in regulation in school history … Tied a school record with five field goals in win over No. 2 Georgia … Followed that with four field goals the next week vs. Mississippi State to become first player in LSU history to kick nine field goals over a two-game span … Kicked four field goals in season-opener vs. No. 8 Miami … Closed out regular season with field goals of 47, 50 and 26 yards in 7OT game vs. Texas A&M … His 18 points by kicking against Texas A&M were the most by any player in school history … At one point during the season, connected on 12 straight field goals before missing vs. Alabama … Kicked four field goals in LSU’s win over Central Florida in the Fiesta Bowl, which set the school record for field goals in a bowl game … Also set LSU bowl game records for points by kicking with 16 against UCF in the Fiesta Bowl.

JUNIOR SEASON (2017) – At Assumption College
Named the winner of the 2017 Fred Mitchell Award which is given annually to the top placekicker in FCS, Division II, Division III and NJCAA for excellence on the field and in the community … Led NCAA Division II in field goals (27) and field goal percentage (.931) as a junior … In 2017, connected on 27-of-29 field goals and made all 67 of extra-point attempts to finish with a school record 148 points … Nailed a then career-long 53 yard field goal in 2017 … Helped Assumption College to an 11-3 overall mark and reach the quarterfinals of the Division II playoffs … Kicked three field goals in the 2017 Division II quarterfinal game … First Team CCA All-Region… First-Team All-Region by Don Hansen… Named Special Teams Player of the Year by the Worcester Area Football Association… Named to New England Football Writers Division II/III All-New England team… Named All-Area First Team by Worcester Area Football Association… He had his best game against Stonehill where he went eight for eight on PAT’s and four for four on FG’s for 20 points.

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2016) – At Assumption College
Named to the Annual Steve “Merc” Morris All-Star Special Teams player of the Year and First-Team kicker… Appeared in 12 games… Made 19 out of 29 field goal attempts, with a long of 49… Made 49 out of 51 extra point attempts… Scored a total of 108 points, the second-highest total in program history… Tied an NCAA Division II record with 21 points on six field goals and three extra points in a win over St. Anselm… Tied an NCAA Division II record with six field goals versus St. Anselm… Ranked third in the nation with 19 field goals… Only player in NCAA Division II history to make six or more field goals twice, and just one of two in any division, joing Bobby Raymond of the University of Florida (1983, 1984) who made six field goals in consecutive years.

REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON (2015) – At Assumption College
USA College Football Rookie All-American… Named as a Second Team All-American… Named as a Division II Conference Commissioner’s Association (CCA) First Team All-American… Named to the New England Football Writers Division II/III All-New England Team… Named to the Northeast-10 Conference First Team… Named to the NE-10 All-Rookie Team… A three-time Northeast-10 Special Teams Player of the Week and a one-time National Special Teams Player of the Week… A candidate for the Fred Mitchell Award as the top kicker in the nation… Named to the New England Football Writers Division II/III All-New England Team… Named as the recipient of the 20th Annual Joe Zabilski Award, which recognizes New England’s top offensive player in Divisions II and III… Led the nation among Division II kickers with 117 points that included 22 field goals made, 51-of-53 extra-point chances and a season-long field goal of 52 yards… Was 22-for- 26 in field goal opportunities … Had 95 kickoffs, averaging 58.8 yards a kickoff and forced 17 touchbacks…Was a perfect 6-for-6 at LIU Post on 9/12/15.

FRESHMAN SEASON (2014) – At Assumption College
Redshirted as a true freshman in 2014.

Played football and soccer at Newbury Park High School… Two-time All-Marmonte League Honorable Mention in 2012 and 2013… Three-year varsity starter that set seven school records… Selected to Chris Sailer’s “Top 12/Event Elite” Team.

Parents are Kent and Pam Tracy … Has a sister, Lauren, who is a soccer player at Monmouth University.


Year FGM-FGA <20 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ Long PAT Points
2014 Redshirt Season
2015 22-26 0-0 11-12 9-11 1-2 1-1 52 51-53 117
2016 19-29 0-0 10-11 3-3 6-15 0-0 49 51-54 108
2017 27-29 0-0 11-11 8-8 5-6 3-4 53 67-67 148
2018 (LSU) 29-33 0-0 13-13 7-8 6-7 3-5 54 42-42 129
Totals 97-117 0-0 45-47 27-30 18-30 7-10 54 211-216 502
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