Brian Harvey

 
27 - Brian Harvey
Brian Harvey
Height: 5-9
Weight: 180
Year: Senior
Hometown: Wayland, Mass.
High School: Wayland
Position: Kicker/Punter

2011: Played in all 13 games...made 8-14 field goals with a long of 41 and was 41-44 on extra points...also had 14 kickoffs for 625 yards (44.6 avg.)...was a perfect 4-4 in extra points against Bryant (9/3)...was 3-3 in extra points and had two kickoffs for 104 yards at Pittsburgh (9/10)...went 4-4 in extra points and made a 27-yard field goal and made all four extra point attempts against Albany (9/17)...nailed a 31-yard field goal and made four extra points against Delaware (10/1)...made a pair of extra points and made the game-tying 34-yard field goal with 44 seconds left to send game into overtime at James Madison (10/8)...made 3-3 extra points at Richmond (10/22)...made all four extra points against Towson and two against UMass (11/12)...also made two field goals against the Minutemen...made a career-long 41-yard field goal at new Hampshire (11/19) and added three extra points...made 4-5 extra points at Appalachian State (12/3) in the NCAA Playoffs...made a 21-yard field goal and both extra points at Georgia Southern (12/10) in the NCAA Quarterfinl contest...named to the CAA All-Academic Team and a Maine Scholar-Athlete Award winner. 

2010: Played in all 11 games  . . . named to the CAA All-Academic Team . . .  was the starting placekicker and went 7-10 on field goals with a long of 37 . . . also was 20-21 on PATs and had five kickoffs for 240 yards  . . . made a 23-yard field goals and all four of his point-after attempts against Monmouth (9/11) . . . made two PATs at Syracuse (9/18) and three against William and Mary (9/25) . . . made the game-winning 37-yard field goal in overtime to beat New Hampshire (10/2) . . . would garner CAA Special Teams Performer of the Week honors for his effort . . . nailed a 34-yard field goal at Massachusetts (11/6) and had a pair of field goals at Towson (11/13).  . . a Maine Scholar-Athlete Award winner. 

2009: Missed the season due to injury. 2008: Saw action in 10 games, including serving a majority of the time as the team’s starting placekicker … made five field goals on the season, including a 40-yarder at Iowa (8/30) in his first collegiate game. BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Kicked, punted, played defensive back, running back and quarterback for coach Scott Parseghian at Wayland H.S. ... set the school record for longest field goal (49 yards) and touchbacks (22) ... was a two-time Dual County League All-Star and two-time special teams player of the year ... helped lead his team to a state championship in 2006 and back-to-back conference titles ... also ran track, played baseball and rugby ... was on the honor roll all four years ... won a Good Samaritan Award ... born Jan. 26, 1990 ... son of Ken and Kara Harvey ... a business administration major.



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