PRESEASON 2013: Phil Steele All-CAA second team specialist ... College Football Performance Awards Football Championship Subdivision Punter Award Watch List.
2012: Appeared in all 11 games for the Black Bears, punting 49 times with an average of 41 yards per punt, with eight exceeding 50 yards and 13 pinning the opponent inside the 20-yard line, in addition to kicking off 26 times with an average of 53.9 yards and two touchbacks... punted eight times with a season-long of 63 yards at Boston College while rushing once for minus-15 yards (9/8)... had nine kickoffs and one touchback at Bryant (9/15)... had four punts, four kickoffs and one tackle against Albany (9/22)... had five punts, including three that landed inside the opponents 20-yard line and one that was blocked vs. Villanova (9/29)... had four punts with a long of 55 yards against Delaware (10/6)... punted four times with a long of 56 yards at Towson (10/13)... punted eight times against UNH, with two ending up inside their 20-yard line (10/20)... punted twice at William and Mary (10/27)... punted eight times including three where the ball ended up inside the oppoents' 20-yard line against James Madison (11/3)... punted three times and kicked off three times against Georgia State (11/10)... punted twice and kicked off four times against Rhode Island (11/17).
2011: Saw game time against Bryant (9/3), Pittsburgh (9/10), Albany (9/17) and James Madison (10/8)...had six kickoffs for 321 yards (53.5 ypk) with a long of 61.
2010: Sat out the season as redshirt . . . has four years of eligiblity remaining . . . named a Maine Scholar-Athlete *Rising Star*.
BEFORE MAINE/PERSONAL: Played wide receiver, linebacker and handled the kicking and punting duties for coach Barton Funke at Elkton High School . . . served as team captain . . . two-time all-conference and two-time all-state as a punter . . . helped lead team to the semi-finals three times . . . also played baseball and ran track . . . a member of his high school’s Honor Roll . . . born May 26, 1992 . . . son of Patricia and Andrew Ondish . . . a secondary education major.