92 Mike Jarrett
92 Mike Jarrett
Height: 5-9
Weight: 165
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Puyallup, Wash.
High School: Puyallup HS '07
Position: K
Experience: 1L*

2010: Listed as the starter at kicker on EWU’s preseason depth chart. He kicked five field goals with a long of 40 in EWU’s first two scrimmages of the spring.

2009: Named to the Big Sky Conference All-Academic team. His 51 extra points made (on 56 attempts) rank as the third-most in school history. He kicked field goals of 39 and 48 yards in EWU’s loss to Montana (10/17/09), with the longer boot ranking as the 23rd-longest in school history. His 49-yarder at Idaho State (10/3/09) ranks 20th. Eastern scored on its first possession of Eastern’s playoff game against Stephen F. Austin (11/28/09), capped by Jarrett’s 40-yard field goal to end a 56-yard drive. He was selected as the team’s special teams player of the week for his performances against Montana and in his collegiate debut versus Western Oregon (9/5/09) when he made all five of his extra point attempts and averaged 57.5 yards on six kickoffs.

2008: Played sparingly as a non-lettering squad member.

2007: Redshirted.

HS: Graduated from Puyallup HS in 2007. Earned honorable mention 4A All-State honors as selected by WashingtonPreps.com. Went on to kick a field goal and make two extra points in the East-West All-State game following his senior season. He was selected to the All-South Puget Sound League South Division first team as a senior kicker and was a second team All-Area selection by the Tacoma News Tribune. As a junior, he helped lead Puyallup to a 9-0 league record and 12-1 mark overall. Puyallup advanced to the semifinals of the State 4A Playoffs that season and won three SPSL titles while he was there. He also earned first team All-SPSL honors in soccer as both a junior and senior and served as team captain. His former EWU teammate Makai Borden (’05) also attended Puyallup HS.

Personal: Born 2/7/89 in Puyallup, Wash. His brother Bryan Jarrett was an All-Big Sky Conference safety for the Eagles in 2005 and 2007 after transferring from Western Washington University. Communication studies major.


Year   GP     FG     Long   17-29  30-39  40-49  50+
2009   12     5-10   48     1-1    1-4    3-5    0-0
Year   GP     KO     Yds    Avg    TB     OB
2009   12     27     1519   56.3   1      0


Extra Points: 2009/51-56 (2 blocked)


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