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12   Kyle Havens
Kyle Havens

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Concord, Calif.

High School:
Ygnacio Valley H.S.

Last College:
Diablo Valley College

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 220

Position:
QB


Career Honors

  • 2010 Team Most Improved Offensive Player

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    On Havens: Won starting quarterback position in first season at UMass for 2009 ... Transferred to UMass prior to Spring 2009 to get a semester of acclimation to FCS football ... Accord to Coach Morris, got a good feel for the offense in spring football to be in position to compete for the starting job ... Very smart and sharp student ... Knows how to manage the game well and run the show ... Can throw on the run and throw from the pocket.

    As a senior in 2010 (As of Nov. 20):Game-By-Game Statistics
    • Second season at UMass, incumbent starter at quarterback. Was named starting quarterback on Aug. 29, 2009 after two seasons at Diablo Valley Junior College.
    • Played in all 11 games, going 219-345 for 2,692 yards and 20 touchdowns
    • First in CAA in total offense (244.7), fourth in passing efficiency (144.1).
    • Has led UMass to 404 yards of total offense per game (22nd in the NCAA, second in the CAA).
    • SET SCHOOL RECORD FOR PASSING YARDS IN A GAME (450) vs. New Hampshire (10/23). Also second-most completions (32) and attempts (55) in a game in school history.
    • Stands sixth in career passing yards (4,600), fifth in completions (365), sixth in career attempts (609), sixth in passing TDs (29).
    • This season's totals of 219 completions ranks fifth in a season at UMass.
    • Total of 2,692 is 7th-best single-season passing yardage total
    • Passing TDs mark of 20 is tied for 7th-best in a season
    • Attempts mark of 345 is 10th-best in a season.
    • Named to College Football Performance Honorable Mention Team of the Week after Week 2, 3, 9 and 10.
    • Went 25-for-42 for 373 yards and two scores at Rhode Island (11/20)
    • Set career-high with four passing touchdowns vs. #2 Delaware (11/13). Threw for 228 yards on 17-of-31.
    • Exceptional vs. Maine (11/6) throwing 22-of-28 for 213 yards and a career-high three touchdowns. Was 19-of-23 for 180 yards in the first half alone.
    • Engineered fourth comeback win of the season at #15 James Madison (10/30), throwing two touchdowns in fourth quarter to rally from 14-3 halftime deficit. Was efficient completing 15-of-19 for 163 yards with a two scores.
    • Career-game with school-record 450 passing yards vs. #10 New Hampshire (10/23) in the Colonial Clash. Broke Liam Coen's record of 421 passing yards, set in 2007. Career-highs of 32 completions and 55 attempts, both second-most in a game in UMass history.
    • Tossed for 194 yards on 15-of-27 and TD at Towson (10/2).
    • Was 19-of-30 for 255 yards at Stony Brook (9/25).
    • Threw for 222 yards on 22-of-29 at #20 Michigan (9/18) with two touchdown passes and first-career rushing score in front of 110,000 fans at the Big House.
    • Efficient game in win over Holy Cross (9/11) throwing 293 yards on 25-of-38 with two touchdowns. Set UMass career highs in completions and attempts.
    •Opened 2010 by going 15-24 for 223 yards and a touchdown in win vs. #4 William & Mary (9/4).
    • In first 10 starts at UMass, threw for 1,908 yards and nine touchdowns. Completed 55 percent (146-of-264) in 2009.
    • CAA Offensive Player of Week and New England Gold Helmet winner on Sept. 21, 2009, after throwing for 329 yards on 22-of-30 and two TDs vs. Rhode Island. Was 15-of-17 for 206 in the first half alone.

    As a junior in 2009:
    • Second season at UMass, incumbent starter at quarterback. Was named starting quarterback on Aug. 29, 2009 after two seasons at Diablo Valley Junior College.
    • Started 2010 in grand style with 64.5 completion percentage (40-of-62) with three touchdowns and zero interception. Has thrown for 516 yards (258 yards per game).
    • Efficient game in win over Holy Cross (9/11) throwing 293 yards on 25-of-38 with two touchdowns. Set UMass career highs in completions and attempts.
    • Opened 2010 by going 15-24 for 223 yards and a touchdown in win vs. #4 William & Mary (9/4).

    As a junior in 2009: Game-by-Game Statistics
    Named starting quarterback on Aug. 29 after strong preseason after two seasons at Diablo Valley Junior College ... In first 10 starts at UMass, threw for 1,908 yards and nine touchdowns. Completed 55 percent (146-of-264) ... Seventh in the CAA in total offense (181.2) ... Over four games (Sept. 12-Oct. 10) completed 78-of-122 (64 percent) for 1,147 yards (287 per game) and six touchdowns ... Named CAA Offensive Player of Week on Sept. 21 ... New England Gold Helmet winner on Sept. 22 ... UMass Athlete of Week on Sept. 22 ... Returned to form in win over Northeastern (11/7), completing 15-of-21 for 187 yards and a touchdown ... Helped offense to upset win over #4 New Hampshire (10/17) with 207 passing yards and passing touchdown to Julian Talley ... At Delaware (10/10), was 24-of-36 for 275 yards and 2 TDs ... Threw for 259 yards on 12-of-24 vs. Stony Brook (9/26) ... Threw for 329 yards on 22-of-30 and two TDs vs. Rhode Island (9/19). Was 15-of-17 for 206 in the first half alone ... Completed 20-of-32 for 284 yards and two touchdowns in home debut vs. Albany (9/12) ... In UMass debut threw for 102 yards at Kansas State (9/5). Completed 10-of-34 with first passing TD to Andrew Krevis.

    As a sophomore in 2008 and freshman in 2007 (at Diablo Valley College): Star quarterback at Diablo Valley College in Pleasant Hill, Calif ... Honored an NorCal All-Conference Second Team ... Named Gridwire Academic All-American ... Averaged more than 300 yards per game (301.7) ... Tossed 27 touchdowns and just 13 interceptions ... Diablo Valley had a passing attack that ranked No. 2 in the state of California ... The Vikings averaged over 425 yards and 36 points per game in 2008 ... Rated by Scout.com as the 18th-best junior college quarterback in the nation.

    Before College: Graduated in 2007 from Ygnacio Valley High School in Concord, Calif., near San Francisco ... Two-year starter in football and basketball ... First-team All-Conference as a senior ... Team captain ... Threw for 1,350 yards and 16 touchdowns with a 68 percent completion percentage as a senior ... Tossed for 997 yards and 14 touchdowns as a junior ... Football team went 10-3 his senior year ... Squad ran a wing-T offense, averaging just 6-to-10 pass attempts per game ... Also captained the basketball team as a senior.

    Personal: Kyle R. Havens ... Born Aug. 19, 1988 ... Son of Roger Havens and Mary Ann Magee ... Majoring in Economics.

    Career Statistics (Passing)

    Year	GP/GS	Att. 	Cmp.	Yards	Pct.	TD	Int	Lg.
    2009	10/10	264	146	1908	55.3	9	15	67
    2010	11/11	345	219	2692	63.5	20	7	64
    Totals	22/22	609	365	4600	59.4	29	22	67
    

    Career Highs

    Completions: 33 vs. New Hampshire (10/23/10)2nd UM
    Attempts:  55 vs. New Hampshire (10/23/10)2nd UM
    Pass Yards: 450 vs. New Hampshire (10/23/10)1st UM
    Long Pass: 67 vs. Albany (9/12/09)
    Touchdowns: 3 vs. Maine (11/6/10), 4 vs. Delaware (11/13/10)
    Rushing Touchdown: 1 at Michigan (9/18/10)
    300-Yard Passing Games: 2, last vs. UNH (10/23/10)
    
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