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Tyler Roehl
Position: Offensive Assistant
Hometown: West Fargo, N.D.
High School: West Fargo HS
Alma Mater: North Dakota State
Graduating Year: 2009
Tyler Roehl
Courtesy: NDSU Athletic Media Relations
Release: 08/11/2008

* 2008 The Sporting News College Preview FCS All-America team

* 2008 Lindy’s Preseason FCS All-America team

* 2008 Phil Steele’s College Preview FCS All-America team

* 2007 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America® University Division 1st team

* 2007 Associated Press FCS All-America 2nd team

* 2007 The Sports Network FCS All-America 2nd team

* 2007 Dopke College Sports Report.com All-FCS 2nd team

* 2007 The Sports Network’s FCS Walter Payton Award finalist

* 2007 College Sporting News Fabulous Fifty FCS All-American

* USA Today College Player of the Week (10-22-07)

* ESPN College Gameday helmet sticker (10-20-07)

* 2007 FCS ADs Association Academic All-Star Team

* 2007 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District® VII 1st team

* 2007 All-GWFC 1st team (coaches/media)

* The Sports Network Offensive Player of the Week

* College Sporting News Offensive Player of the Week

* Four-time GWFC Offensive Player of the Week

* Academic All-GWFC

 

Turned in one of the most impressive individual offensive performances in school history with a NDSU single-game record 263 yards rushing against Minnesota ... Finalist for The Sports Network’s Walter Payton Award in 2007 ... One of the top candidates for the 2008 Payton award ... Preseason All-American in a number of college preview magazines including The Sporting News ... Burst on the scene with first of three 200-plus yard efforts in season opener ... Had only 10 carries heading into 2007 season ... Determined team player who continues to get better ... Comfortable as the featured back after being used primarily as a blocking back his first two seasons ... Dual threat running and catching passes out of the backfield ... Improved strength and quickness during the off-season ... 2007 SEASON (JUNIOR): Started in 10 games played and racked up 1,431 yards and 21 TDs on 207 carries ... Averaged 6.9 yards per carry ... Had 20 receptions for 180 yards ... Became third NDSU football player to earn CoSIDA Academic All-America® first team honors ... Named to the Associated Press, The Sports Network and Dopke College Sports Report.com FCS All-America second teams ... College Sporting News Fabulous Fifty All-America team pick ... All-Great West Football Conference first team selection by coaches and media ... Four-time GWFC Offensive Player of the Week ... In the NCAA FCS statistics, ranked No. 4 in scoring, No. 6 in rushing, No. 20 in all-purpose and tied for No. 24 in points responsible for ... Led the Great West in rushing, scoring and all-purpose, and No. 5 in total offense ... Had three games with 200-plus yards including 238 yards and 3 TDs  on 27 carries in season opener against Stephen F. Austin (9-8-07) ... Rolled for 263 yards on 22 carries against Minnesota (10-20-07) including 77 yard TD run to earn an ESPN College Gameday helmet sticker ... Selected the USA Today Player of the Week for that effort ... Rushed for 257 yards and four TDS on 20 carries vs. Illinois State ... Reeled off 81-yard scoring run ... Recorded six games with 100-yards rushing ... Scored at least two TDs in six games ... 2006 SEASON (SOPHOMORE): Started in 10 of 11 games played last season ... Threat out of the backfield with 22 receptions for 259 yards and one touchdown ... Averaged 11.8 yards per reception ... Made a season-high five receptions for 70 yards in 31-7 win at Southern Utah (10-28-06) ... Reeled off 41-yards after a catch in the 29-24 win over Ball State (9-23-06) ... Made his TD catch against Mississippi Valley State (10-14-06) ... Scored on a short blast up the middle vs. South Dakota State (11-18-06) as the Bison claimed the conference title ... Rushed only seven times for 14 yards and one TD ... Hard to keep off the field and was credited with three tackles on special team duty ... 2005 SEASON (REDSHIRT): Spent last season recovering from a broken leg suffered during the spring practice his freshman year ... 2004 SEASON (FRESHMAN):  Played in all 11 games during his first year in the program ... Primarily a blocking back ... Carried the ball twice for 14 yards ... HIGH SCHOOL:  Class AAA Player of the Year in North Dakota in 2003 for the two-time state champion West Fargo Packers and head coach Jay Gibson ... Two-time first team all-state, two-time first team all-conference and two-time team MVP pick ... Played both running back and linebacker for the 12-0 champs and was the Player of the Game in two consecutive state championship games ... Ran for 1,269 yards, 25 TDs, and averaged 8.7 yards per carry on offense and charted 51 tackles and three pass interceptions on defense as a senior ... Holds the school career scoring record with 290 points ... Four-year letterwinner in baseball ... All-conference performer on diamond in 2004 ... PERSONAL:  Born Jan. 29, 1986 ... Major field of study is physical education with a minor in business administration ... Speaker at West Fargo Cheyney Middle School’s Safe Kids night ... Read for West Fargo Eastwood Elementary School and his third grade teacher Kelly Idso ... Volunteer for youth football camps and Fargo Jaycees Pancake Feed ... Visited children at Merit Care Hospital during sophomore and junior years... Lists football, baseball, weight lifting, video games, fishing, water sports and snow mobiling as his hobbies ... Family includes one brother, Ben, and one sister, Marissa ... Son of Richard and Marilyn Roehl.

 

Roehl’s Career Bests

Rushing Attempts: 30 at Central Michigan, 9-22-07

Rushing Yards: 263 at Minnesota, 10-20-07 (22 rushes)

Long Rush: 81 yards vs. Illinois State, 11-3-07

Receptions: 6 at Central Michigan, 9-22-07

Receiving Yards: 70 at Southern Utah, 10-28-06 (5 receptions)

Long Reception: 41 at Ball State, 9-23-06

100-Yard Games: 6       200-Yard Games: 3

 

RUSHING    G       Att       Yds      TD     Lg      Avg/C         Avg/G

2004              11        2           14         0        11          7.0               1.3

2006              11        8           14         1         4           1.8               1.3 

2007              10      207       1431      21       81          6.9             143.1

Career          32      217       1459      22       81          6.7              45.6

 

RECEIVING       G     Rec      Yds     TD     Lg        Rec/G  Avg/C  Avg/G 

2004                    11       0         0           0         0            0.0        0.0         0.0

2006                    11      22        259       1        41           2.0       11.8       23.5 

2007                    10      20        180       0        30           2.0        9.0        18.0  

TOTALS             32      42        439       1        41           1.3       10.5       13.7

 

SCORING            G        TD     Rush   Pass   Retn        PAT    2PAT         FG     Total   Avg/G

2004                      11         0           0          0          0              0          0              0           0       0.0

2006                      11         2           1          1          0              0          0              0          12      1.1    

2007                      10        21         21         0          0              0          0              0         126     12.6 

Career                  32        23         22         1          0              0          0              0         138     4.3

 

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