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Jared Karstetter
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Jared Karstetter 1269660
Position: Wide Receiver
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 213
Year: Senior
Hometown: Spokane, Wash. - Ferris
High School: Ferris
Experience: 3 Letters


Jared Karstetter
Jared Karstetter

Spokane, Wash.

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 213

Wide Receiver



Appeared in 49 games, making 39 starts including final 36 games...finished career third in career touchdown catches (19) and fourth in career receptions (166).
SENIOR (2011): Earned a varsity letter after starting all 12 games...named All-Pac-12 honorable mention...named to Phil Steele's All-Pac-12 Conference third team...second on team with 60 catches, 700 yards and six touchdowns...posted three 100-yard games...served as a team captain five times...had six catches for 66 yards and two touchdowns (5, 19) against UNLV for fourth career multi-TD game...made a season-high nine catches for 105 yards at Colorado...had an eight-yard touchdown catch at UCLA...earned Cougars Offensive Player of the Week honors after catching seven passes for a season-best 114 yards including a 24-yard touchdown at No. 7 Oregon...made six catches for 63 yards in win over Arizona State...had six catches for 111 yards including a nine-yard touchdown catch against Utah...matched a season-best with nine catches for 82 yards and a 16-yard touchdown in the Apple Cup...presented WSU's Cougar Academic Excellence Award...presented WSU's Randal Simmons Award by the coaches...named the Pac-12 Conference Football Scholar-Athlete of the Year...named a National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete, one of 16 nationally to be awarded an $18,000 postgraduate scholarship, along with a finalist for the ARA Sportsmanship Award.
JUNIOR (2010): Earned varsity letter after starting all 12 games...earned All-Pacific-10 Conference honorable mention accolades...named to Phil Steele's All-Pacific-10 Conference third team...posted team-highs of 62 catches and seven touchdowns...was second on the team with 658 receiving yards...had three catches including a 19-yard touchdown against Montana State...made five catches for 43 yards and a touchdown at SMU...named Cougar Offensive Player of the Week after making eight catches for 87 yards and two touchdowns against USC...earned Cougar Offensive Player of the Week honors after setting career highs of 10 catches and 106 yards against Oregon...made nine catches for 101 yards and two touchdowns at Stanford...had eight catches for 71 yards and a touchdown against Washington.
SOPHOMORE (2009): Named honorable mention All-Pacific-10 Conference...earned a varsity letter after starting each of WSU's 12 games...led WSU in receptions (38), yards (540) and touchdowns (six)...caught a pass in every game, including nine multiple-reception games, and ended the season with a streak of 15-straight games with a catch...averaged 14.2 yards per catch...had a season-high six catches against both California and Oregon State...had a season-high 91 yards in WSU's season opener against Stanford, eclipsing his total from his entire freshman season...had two receptions against Notre Dame, both of which went for touchdowns...season-long 64-yard reception against Arizona also went for a score...had five tackles on the season (four solo)... named second-team Pacific-10 Conference All-Academic.
FRESHMAN (2008): Earned varsity letter after playing in all 13 games during the season, three in a starting role...posted season totals of six receptions for 90 yards...biggest catch on season came against Washington in Apple Cup...hauled in 48-yard reception from Kevin Lopina in final minute of regulation, setting up game-tying field goal...finished game with two catches for 55 yards, both season highs...received WSU "Big Play" Award following the game...earned first collegiate start in opener against Oklahoma State...first career catch came against Oregon, an eight-yard reception...also earned starts against UCLA and Oregon State...member of WSU special teams, collecting four tackles (three solo) of three true freshmen to play in all 13 games.

Hauled in 71 passes for 1,002 yards and 12 touchdowns as a JUNIOR for head coach Jim Sharkey...campaign brought about All-Greater Spokane League and Associated Press All-State honors...named WIAA/Seattle Times State Athlete of the Week following a 174-yard, two touchdown a SENIOR caught 61 passes for 758 yards and 12 touchdowns, once again being named to the AP All-State team as well as the All-State team...named a Seattle Times Red Chip prospect...ranked in's Washington Top 50 (No. 22)...member of Northwest Hot 100 (No. 57)...member of the West Top 150 (No. 138)...also a top-level basketball talent, earning three letters and serving as team captain...helped lead the Saxons to the State championship in 2007...named All-GSL honorable mention as a sophomore and earned GSL MVP honors and all-state accolades on the hardwood as a junior...also lettered three times as a sprinter on the track team.

Jared Karstetter...parents Jerry and Perrianne...younger brothers Kurtis and Cole...father played basketball at Eastern Washington...uncle Scott Dahlquist played football at Idaho...pursuing a degree in zoology.

2008		13/3	6	90	15.0	0	48
2009		12/12	38	540	14.2	6	64
2010		12/12	62	658	10.6	7	37
2011		12/12	60	700	11.7	6	44
TOTAL		23/12	166	1988	12.0	19	64
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