94 Patrick Michelier
2008: Started all 12 games at right tackle... Finished 2nd on team, tops among Aggie D-lineman with 51 total tackles (39 solos, 12 assists)... Led Aggies with 10.0 tackles for losses of 44 yards, including 5.0 sacks for 31 yards... Tallied season-high 8 tackles (4-4-8) vs. Cal Poly, while posting 6 on three other occasions... Hit San Jose State and Iona for 2.0 TFLs each, piling up 5 and 16 yards in losses, respectively... Both TFLs vs. Iona were sacks, earning him team's Defensive Player of the Week honors... Selected to Academic All-Great West Conference.
2007: Played in 10 games, starting 9 (did not start at Eastern Washington), all at right end... Recorded 32 total tackles (11 solos, 21 assists)... Ranked among team leaders in tackles for losses (6.0-for-31) and sacks (4.0-for-11)... Had 2-3-5 tackles chart with 2.0 sacks for 15 yards at Portland State... Teamed up with Anthony Sampson for 18-yard sack against Brian White in that game, then later threw White for 6-yard loss on 3rd-and-8 red zone situation... Posted season-high 6 stops (3 solos, 3 assists) vs. Southern Utah, earning team's Defensive Player of the Week award... Credited for fumble recovery vs. Cal Poly.
2006: Appeared in 10 games as a reserve... Listed as No. 2 left end on final depth chart... Tallied 3 tackles (1 solo, 2 assists), including 0.5 for loss of 1 yard vs. Central Arkansas.
2005: Defensive recipient of team's GEORGE BELENIS AWARD as outstanding redshirt of the year... Named as Aggies' Scout Defense Player of the Week twice, following Sacramento State and Stephen F. Austin games.
DAVIS HS '05: Won All-Monticello Empire League honors in each of his last two years... Posted 63 tackles and eight sacks as a senior, 32 tackles and seven sacks as a junior... Also voted team MVP for all four years (two JV, two varsity)... Added team MVP award in lacrosse as a defender.
PERSONAL: Born in Davis, Calif.... Majoring in exercise biology... Parents are Guy & Angela Michelier... Angela is a 1983 graduate of UC Davis... Favorite "movie" is any episode of The Simpsons or Family Guy... Hopes for career in sports medicine... Says the toughest part about being a collegiate student-athlete is that "suddenly you're not that big."