Carr Named Sysco Student Athlete of the Week

    Nov. 26, 2012


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    Derek Carr

    Junior
    Bakersfield, Calif.
    Football


    Junior quarterback Derek Carr completed 28-of-32 passes for 452 yards and four touchdowns with no interceptions as the Bulldogs defeated Air Force 48-15. The win gave Fresno State a share of the Mountain West football crown, marking the Bulldogs' first league title since 1999. Carr's .875 completion percentage set a new school record while ranking as the best single-game performance by a junior in MW history (third overall). His third 400-yard passing game of the year also established a new MW single-season record. The Bakersfield, Calif., native completed his first nine passes for 215 yards and two touchdowns in the first 21 minutes of the game. Included in those first nine passes were completions of 28, 64 (touchdown), 36 (touchdown) and 53 yards. Overall, Carr completed eight passes of over 20 yards and averaged 16.1 yards per completion while extending his streak of consecutive pass attempts without an interception to 126.

    Also Nominated:
    Men's Basketball: Kevin Foster
    Women's Basketball: Ki-Ki Moore
    Volleyball: Barbara Alcantara

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    Sysco Central California is proud to honor the Fresno State Athlete of the Week, just as we're proud to serve our local foodservice industry with integrity, trust and a commitment to a healthier community. Since 1938, Sysco has partnered with Central Valley businesses with the goal of helping them flourish and succeed - often keeping family businesses strong for generations. At the same time, we support the people and organizations that make Central California such a special place to call home, including Fresno State and the student athletes who share Sysco's passion for excellence.


     

     

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