FBS Statistics

Career and Season
Statistical Records and Leaders

             Ball State Cardinals

Career Passing Yards
Rank REC* RTC^ Name Yards Years
33 33 5 Keith Wenning 11,402 2010 - 2013
123 79 7 Nate Davis 9,233 2006 - 2008
Season Passing Yards
Rank RES* RTS^ Name Yards Year
60 60 6 Keith Wenning 4,148 2013
148 84 14 Nate Davis 3,667 2007
173 110 11 Nate Davis 3,591 2008
Career Total Offense
Rank REC* RTC^ Name Yards Years
48 48 6 Keith Wenning 11,730 2010 - 2013
Season Total Offense
Rank RES* RTS^ Name Yards Year
81 81 15 Keith Wenning 4,192 2013
Career Rushing Yards
Rank REC* RTC^ Name Yards Years
105 64 3 Marcus Merriweather 4,002 1999 - 2002
Season Rushing Yards
Rank RES* RTS^ Name Yards Year
82 65 3 MiQuale Lewis 1,736 2008
147 81 8 Marcus Merriweather 1,618 2002
Career Receiving Yards
Rank REC* RTC^ Name Yards Years
134 65 7 Dante Ridgeway 3,030 2002 - 2004
Season Receiving Yards
Rank RES* RTS^ Name Yards Year
43 43 3 Willie Snead 1,516 2013
78 45 2 Dante Ridgeway 1,399 2004
79 51 4 Dante Love 1,398 2007
205 124 7 Dante Love 1,229 2006
Career All-Purpose Yards
Rank REC* RTC^ Name Yards Years
113 81 3 Dante Love 5,337 2005 - 2008
Season All-Purpose Yards
Rank RES* RTS^ Name Yards Year
12 8 4 Dante Love 2,690 2007
136 93 10 MiQuale Lewis 2,078 2008
Career Scoring
Rank REC* RTC^ Name Yards Years
Season Scoring
Rank RES* RTS^ Name Yards Year
95 64 2 MiQuale Lewis 132 2008
160 15 13 Steven Schott 125 2012
Career Passing Touchdowns
Rank REC* RTC^ Name TD's Years
29 29 4 Keith Wenning 92 2010 - 2013
88 55 6 Nate Davis 74 2006 - 2008
Season Passing Touchdowns
Rank RES* RTS^ Name TD's Year
65 65 6 Keith Wenning 35 2013
154 88 12 Nate Davis 30 2007
Career Rushing Touchdowns
Rank REC* RTC^ Name TD's Years
Season Rushing Touchdowns
Rank RES* RTS^ Name TD's Year
43 28 1 MiQuale Lewis 22 2008
110 24 2 Mark Bornholdt 19 1979
Career Receiving Touchdowns
Rank REC* RTC^ Name TD's Years
51 36 4 Darius Hill 31 2005 - 2008
131 131 10 Willie Snead 26 2011 - 2013
Season Receiving Touchdowns
Rank RES* RTS^ Name TD's Year
47 47 3 Willie Snead 15 2013
Career Interceptions
Rank REC* RTC^ Name INT's Years
44 44 1 Sean Baker 18 2008 - 2011
Season Interceptions
Rank RES* RTS^ Name INT's Year
Career Tackles (Since 1975)
Rank REC* RTC^ Name Tackles Years
2 2 1 Greg Garnica 689 1986 - 1989
53 50 1 Justin Beriault 508 2001 - 2004
116 115 1 Travis Freeman 465 2009 - 2012
Season Tackles (Since 1975)
Rank RES* RTS^ Name Tackles Year
14 14 1 Kevin Johnson 204 1993
27 26 1 Kevin Johnson 196 1994
52 40 2 Greg Garnica 188 1987
70 55 6 Greg Garnica 185 1986
100 89 3 Mark Parris 178 1992
Career Tackles (Since 2000)
Rank REC* RTC^ Name Tackles Years
5 2 1 Justin Beriault 508 2001 - 2004
14 13 1 Travis Freeman 465 2009 - 2012
Season Tackles (Since 2000)
Rank RES* RTS^ Name Tackles Year
Career Sacks (Since 1980)
Rank REC* RTC^ Name Sacks Years
196 86 6 Keith McKenzie 25 1992 - 1995
Season Sacks (Since 1980)
Rank RES* RTS^ Name Sacks Year
148 10 6 Craig Newberg 13 1981
148 12 3 Kelly George 13 1982
Career Sacks (Since 2000)
Rank REC* RTC^ Name Sacks Years
Season Sacks (Since 2000)
Rank RES* RTS^ Name Sacks Year
Career Tackles for a Loss (Since 1980)
Rank REC* RTC^ Name TFL's Years
106 27 4 Henry Hall  53 1989 - 1992
Season Tackles for a Loss (Since 1980)
Rank RES* RTS^ Name TFL's Year
96 39 5 Bryant Branigan 24 1992
Career Tackles for a Loss (Since 2000)
Rank REC* RTC^ Name TFL's Years
Season Tackles for a Loss (Since 2000)
Rank RES* RTS^ Name TFL's Year

 

 

 

 

*REC = the player's rank upon graduation

^RTC = the player's rank in his graduating class

*RES = the player's rank at the end of the season

^RTS = the player's rank for that season

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