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#26 Ian McGarvey
Position: Placekicker/Punter
Height: 5'9"
Weight: 200
Year: Freshman
Hometown: Greenwood, Ind.
High School: Center Grove
Major: Psychology
Experience: 1 Letter
Ian McGarvey
Courtesy: Ball State Athletics
Release: 07/09/2007

Completed his Ball State eligibility after the 2010 season . . . .

*  2010 All-Mid-American Conference Second Team  *

*  2010, 2009 and 2008 Academic All-MAC  *

*  2010 and 2009 Ball State's Bill Reynolds Special Teams Award Recipient  *

CAREER STREAKS: 

Consecutive Field Goals Made:  
10 -- 10/31/09 to 9/11/10

Consecutive Extra Points Made in a Season: 
63 in 2008

Consecutive Extra Points Made in a Career:
81 -- Final 10 of 2007 season, All 63 in 2008 and First eight in 2009 (SCHOOL RECORD)

2010 (Sr.):   Played in 11 games . . . earned fourth letter . . . became Ball State's all-time points leader in school history with 287 points . . . made 55 career field goals and 122 career extra points . . . also set the Ball State career record with 126 extra points attempted . . . ranked second in the Mid-American Conference and tied for 36th in the nation in field goals per game plus was fourth in the MAC in scoring . . . selected the MAC West Division Special Teams Player of the Week for his performance vs. Akron . . . connected on three field goals vs. Akron, marking the seventh time in his career he made a career best three field goals in one game . . . also made three field goals vs. Liberty . . . connected on a career best 10th straight field goal vs. Liberty . . . made the final nine field goals of his career . . . season best 44-yard field goal vs. Akron . . . also selected the MAC West Special Teams Player of the Week after his performance at Buffalo . . . connected on field goals of 40 and 32 yards and two extra point attempts vs. the Bulls to set the Ball State career scoring mark.

2009 (Jr.):  Played in 11 games to earn third letter . . . against Toledo, connected on his 81st consecutive extra point dating back to Nov. 13, 2007, shattering the previous Ball State record of 40 by Brian Jackson in 2003-04 . . . made a career long 48-yard field goal vs. New Hampshire and at Western Michigan . . . also made 47-yard attempt against New Hampshire and vs. Toledo . . . tied his career high with three field goals made vs. New Hampshire, at Auburn, vs. Toledo and at Western Michigan . . . season high three extra points at Auburn . . . season high six kickoffs at Northern Illinois and at Western Michigan . . . season high 369 kickoff yards at NIU . . . ended the season making his final seven field goals, beginning with the Ohio game 10/31/09.

2008 (So.): Played in all 14 games to earn second letter . . . tied his career long with a 47-yard field goal vs. Buffalo in the Mid-American Conference Championship Game . . . also managed a 47-yard field goal against Kent State . . . kicked a 46-yard field goal vs. Northeastern and at Miami University . . . made a career best six extra points in four games -- vs. Northeastern, at Indiana, vs. Eastern Michigan and vs. Western Michigan . . . made all 63 extra point attempts on the season . . . made two field goals vs. Northeastern, at Akron, vs. Kent State and vs. Tulsa in the GMAC Bowl.

2007 (Fr.): Played in seven games, including the International Bowl . . . earned first letter . . . connected on 3-of-3 field goals vs. Rutgers in the International Bowl . . . made four consecutive field goals to end the season . . . made final 10 extra points of the season . . . made his collegiate debut as a field goal kicker at Indiana and connected on his only two attempts -- 19 and 27 yards . . . kicked a career high three field goals vs. Rutgers . . . connected on two field goals at Indiana and at Northern Illinois . . . made a career long 47-yard field goal in the International Bowl . . . made a 46-yard field goal at Northern Illinois . . . tallied a season high five extra points vs. Toledo.

High School: Earned three letters in football for Coach Eric Moore . . . all-state and all-conference as a senior . . . Indiana Football Coaches Association Top-50 as a senior . . . Indiana’s Mr. Football Kicker of the Year . . . two-time All-Johnson County . . . connected on 10-of-15 field goals as a senior with a long of 52 yards . . . made 26-of-26 point after attempts as a senior and 26-of-30 as a junior . . . averaged 35.0 yards per punt with a long of 81 yards as a senior . . . punted 47 times as a senior with 17 placing the opponents inside their 20-yard line . . . the 52-yard field goal and 81-yard punt set conference records . . . connected on 12-of-18 field goals in his career . . . made his high school football debut against the state’s No. 1 ranked Warren Central and helped the team to a 50-49 victory . . . earned two letters in soccer for Coach Phil Orlando as a goalkeeper.

Personal: Son of Bernard and Ursula McGarvey . . . one brother . . . maanaged a 3.600 last spring . . . owns a 3.494 grade-point average on the Ball State’s 4.0 scale . . . managed a 3.476 GPA last spring . . . born June 16, 1989, in Cork, Ireland . . . full name is Ian David McGarvey.  

McGARVEY, Ian

SCORING gtdrushrcvretpat2patfgtotalavg/g
2007 7 0 0 0 0 16 0 7 37 5.3
2008 14 0 0 0 0 63 0 16 111 7.9
2009 11 0 0 0 0 14 0 18 68 6.2
2010 11 0 0 0 0 29 0 14 71 6.5
TOTAL 43 0 0 0 0 122 0 55 287 6.7
 
FIELD GOALS gmadeattlongpct
2007 7 7 9 47 77.8
2008 14 16 21 47 76.2
2009 11 18 21 48 85.7
2010 11 14 17 44 82.4
TOTAL 43 55 68 48 80.9
 
TACKLES guaatotaltflpdfffrblk
2007 7 0 2 2 0.0 0 0 0 0
2008 14 2 0 2 0.0 0 0 0 0
2009 11 0 2 2 0.0 0 0 0 0
2010 11 3 0 3 0.0 0 0 0 0
TOTAL 43 5 4 9 0.0 0 0 0 0