12 Matthew Engle
2005: Intended to redshirt season and save a year of eligibility... However, was summoned into duty during Stephen F. Austin game... Also took snaps in road game at Eastern Washington... Finished the year 4-for-13 for 64 yards, no touchdowns and 2 interceptions... Longest completion was 24-yarder to Blaise Smith late in EWU contest.
2004: Appeared in 5 games as a reserve... Completed 26 of 39 passes (66.7 pct.) for 353 yards and 3 TDs, amassing a rating of 168.08... Connected on his first 13 passes of the season: 6-for-6 vs. South Dakota State (106 yds), 6-for-6 vs. Sacramento State (86 yds), plus his first attempt at Western Oregon... First Aggie TD was 19-yarder to Jason Yäklich in 4th quarter vs. Jackrabbits... Also had a 41-yard pass to Nolan de Graaff in that game, his season-long... Finished season with 9-for-15, 84-yard performance at Portland State... Had rushing TDs vs. Sacramento State and Portland State.
EL CAMINO COLLEGE: All-State and honorable mention JC All-America selection in 2003... Passed for 2,500 yards and 21 TDs... Named MVP of Mission Conference North Divison... Also voted as team's Offensive Freshman of the Year.
EL SEGUNDO HS '03: Compiled career passing total of 8,800 yards and 95 TDs against just 16 interceptions in four-year career... Threw for 3,600 yards, 46 TDs as a senior; 2,900 yards, 30 TDs as a junior... Three-year all-league and all-area pick... Selected as Pioneer League MVP, Offensive Player of the Year in Southern Section Division X, state player of the year for medium-sized schools, and Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) Athlete of the Year as a senior... Also named All-CIF-SS that year... Named Ocean League MVP as a sophomore... Standout in basketball and baseball as well... Garnered All-Southern Section and all-area honors in baseball in 2003... Voted Most Inspirational on basketball team as a senior... Founded and presided over school's FCA chapter.
PERSONAL: Born in Torrance, Calif.... Majoring in psychology... Parents are Gene & Teri Engle... Gene played football at Stanford... Serves as team's representative on UC Davis' Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC).