Andy Sullivan
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Elk Grove, Calif.

High School:
Laguna Creek '00

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 203

Position:
CB

Major:
Sociology

2004: Started 10 games at cornerback, starting 9... Compiled 33 total tackles (17 solo, 16 assists)... Scored first career TD in opener vs. South Dakota State, returning interception 58 yards to open 2nd quarter... Had pass break-ups against Stephen F. Austin and Cal Poly... Posted team-best 4-2-6 tackles chart at Weber State... Had career-high 7 tackles (3-4) vs. North Dakota State.

2003: On roster, did not play.

2002: Appeared in 5 games as a reserve, recording 2 assisted tackles... Credited for a tackle against Humboldt State and Cal Poly.

2001: Did not play.

2000: Did not play.

LAGUNA CREEK HS '00: Earned all-city and All-Delta League honors in football and basketball... Led both teams to league titles... Basketball team went 26-4 and captured Sac-Joaquin Section banner... Won football's Cardinal Award... Also competed in long jump and triple jump for track & field team.

PERSONAL: Born Oct. 28, 1981 in Sacramento, Calif.... Psychology major... Parents are Christian & Genise Sullivan... Sports highlight was his 80-yard TD catch against local power Elk Grove... Nicknames are "Young Sully" and "Savage"... Would title his autobiography, "The Life And Times Of A Savage"... Pretended to be Anfernee Hardaway as a young athlete.