Andrew Ord Athlete Profile

#10 Andrew Ord

Andrew Ord
Position: Wide Receiver Height: 6-2 Weight: 203 Roster Years: 1996 | 1999-2002 Hometown: Rancho Sante Fe, CA Last School: Torrey Pines H

Personal

Parents are John and Margaret...brother, Jonathan, played for BYU...served an LDS mission in Buenos Aires, Argentina (north)...recruited by Stanford, UCLA, USC, Notre Dame, Washington, Washington State and San Diego State...married Allison Bowman in February 2001.

At BYU

In 2002: Named by Phil Steele as a preseason third-team All-MWC selection.


In 2001: Played in all 14 games as a junior... recorded 17 receptions on the season, including a season high four receptions in a 35-31 victory at UNLV... tallied 183 yards during the regular season, averaging 10.8 yards per reception... recorded 30 or more yards in three different games, including a season-high 34 yards in a 54-34 win over Utah State... was credited with a season-high 33-yard reception against Air Force... scored the game-winning touchdown late in the fourth quarter at New Mexico... earned All-MWC Academic honors.


In 2000: Caught two passes for 24 yards for the Blue squad in the Blue / White scrimmage... earned Academic All-Mountain West Conference honors... contributed on special teams, recording seven tackles on the season.


In 1999: Participated in spring drills...had two carries for one yard...tallied three receptions for 40 yards, averaging 13.3 yards per reception...caught two passes for 32 yards in the Blue/White game, including a long of 28 yards... gained significant experience as a special teams member during the season... recorded one unassisted tackle in a game against Cal.


In 1996: Redshirted

Before BYU

Recipient of Russ Sanders Memorial Football Award presented to the top football player in the San Diego area...first team all-county, all-CIF, all-academic, all-Avacado league ...National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete Award ...received Coca-Cola Golden Helmet MVP Award...three time letterman in track as a sprinter...member National Honor Society.

Stats

ORD's Personal Best 
Rec: 4 (UNLV, Sept. 29, 2001)
Yards: 68 (Wyoming, Nov. 9, 2002)
Long: 33 (Air Force, Oct. 20, 2001)
TDs: 1 (New Mexico, Oct. 13, 2001; Syracuse, Aug. 29, 2002; Wyoming, Nov. 9, 2002)
Rsh: 1 (Hawaii, Dec. 8, 2001; Wyoming, Nov. 9, 2002)
Yards: 7 (Hawaii, Dec. 8, 2001)
ORD's Career Stats
Year Gms Rec Yds Long Avg TD Rsh Yds
2001 13 17 183 33 10.8 1 1 7
2002 11 21 246 29 11.7 2 1 0
Total 24 38 429 33 11.3 3 2 7
Bowls 1 4 62 17 15.5 0 0 0

1996 | Redshirt Year

Redshirted prior to LDS Church mission.

1999 | Freshman Year

Participated in spring drills...had two carries for one yard...tallied three receptions for 40 yards, averaging 13.3 yards per reception...caught two passes for 32 yards in the Blue/White game, including a long of 28 yards... gained significant experience as a special teams member during the season... recorded one unassisted tackle in a game against Cal.

2000 | Sophomore Year

Caught two passes for 24 yards for the Blue squad in the Blue / White scrimmage... earned Academic All-Mountain West Conference honors... contributed on special teams, recording seven tackles on the season.

2001 | Junior Year

Played in all 14 games as a junior starter...led BYU with four receptions for a team-high 62 yards against Louisville in the 2001 Liberty Bowl...recorded 17 receptions during the regular season, including a season-high four receptions in a 35-31 victory at UNLV... tallied 183 yards during the regular season, averaging 10.8 yards per reception... recorded 30 or more yards in three different games, including a season-high 34 yards in a 54-34 win over Utah State... was credited with a season-high 33-yard reception against Air Force... scored the game-winning touchdown late in the fourth quarter at New Mexico, receiving the coaches award for receivers for the game...earned All-MWC Academic honors.

2002 | Senior Year

Started at receiver in 10 games during the season...recorded 21 receptions for 246 yards, averaging 11.7 yards per reception and 22.4 yards per game in 11 contests...hauled in two touchdown receptions on the season, including a first-half TD in the Cougars' season-opening victory over Syracuse and a third-quarter score against Wyoming that gave BYU a 28-17 lead in an eventual win over the Cowboys...made a catch in 10 of 11 games played, including seven games with multiple receptions...tallied a season-high four receptions against UNLV while totaling 50 yards...contributed a season-high 68 yards against Wyoming on three catches while also getting one carry in the 35-31 win...opened the season with two receptions for 11 yards and one touchdown against Syracuse...his 6-yard touchdown against the Orangemen was BYU's first touchdown of the season...credited with one reception for nine yards in the Cougars' 35-32 win over Hawaii...had two receptions for 18 yards at Nevada and three catches for 29 yards at Georgia Tech...also helped Cougar attack with catches against Air Force, Colorado State, San Diego State and Utah...Named by Phil Steele as a preseason third-team All-MWC selection...earned All-MWC Academic honors.