GEHRING'S WSU CAREER
RS-SENIOR (2010): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in all 12 of WSU's games...shared the team's weekly Special Teams award with Reid Forrest in the game against California.
RS-JUNIOR (2009): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in five games on the season...reserve tight end primarily played special teams.
RS-SOPHOMORE (2008): Earned his first varsity letter after competing in eight games during the season, mainly on special teams...had two kick returns for 17 total yards against Arizona.
RS-FRESHMAN (2007): Member of the WSU football team.
FRESHMAN (2006): Redshirt season.
GEHRING'S HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Four-year letterwinner for head coaches Tom Bate and Pat King...played both quarterback and free safety...team captain as a SENIOR as squad went 9-3 and won the Trico league title...team also won district championship and finished sixth at state...named first-team all-league and second-team all-area...as a JUNIOR named second-team all-league and first-team all-area as team went 8-3 and finished second in league...team finished sixth at state...named team's most improved player as a SOPHOMORE...named junior varsity player of the year as a FRESHMAN...also earned four letters in basketball and two each in track and baseball...basketball team won league title his junior season...was named co-most valuable player that year and earned first-team all-league...named team's most valuable player as a senior and once again was named first-team all-league...finished seventh and eighth at state in the long jump and triple jump, respectively, as a junior...competed at state in the triple jump as a senior.
Aaron Evan Gehring...born in Seattle, Wash...father Mark Gehring played college football at Eastern Washington and played professionally for the 49ers, Vikings, Redskins and Oilers...father also played in Calgary...mother Kristy King played basketball at EWU...brothers James and Zack...marketing major.