LOPINA'S WSU CAREER
RS-SENIOR (2009): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in five games on the season...finished the season with a passer efficiency rating of 101.62...completed 54 of his 103 attempted passes...registered 596 passing yards and two touchdowns...averaged a team second-best 119.2 passing yards per game...added 93 yards rushing and one rushing touchdown to his season totals...completed a season-best 18 passes for 211 yards against Hawaii...also had over 100 yards passing against Stanford, UCLA, and Oregon State...his 689 total offensive yards was second on the team...lead the team with his average of 137.8 offensive yards per game.
RS-JUNIOR (2008): Earned varsity letter after playing in nine games on the season, eight in a starting role...completed 87-of-153 passes for 841 yards with 11 interceptions...first career start came at Baylor, where he completed 17-of-26 passes for 174 yards and received WSU's "Big Play" award....following week against Portland State went 7-for-17 for 109 yards before suffering back injury that forced him to miss the next three games...attempted season-high 29 passes (completed 17), for 167 yards against Washington...his 48-yard strike to Jared Karstetter in final minute led to game-tying field goal...gained 194 yards on 59 rushes but netted just 18 yards rushing on season.
RS-SOPHOMORE (2007): Suffered a right calf injury early in the fall and was unable to practice until October.
RS-FRESHMAN (2006): Sat out the season per NCAA rules...participated in all practices during the fall as a member of the scout team.
LOPINA'S KANSAS STATE CAREER
FRESHMAN (2005): Redshirt season.
LOPINA'S HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Coached by Bob Ladouceur...earned three letters at national-power De La Salle High School, two as a starter...as a JUNIOR threw for 661 yards and four touchdowns in a season cut short by injury... carried 35 times for 233 yards and seven touchdowns...PrepStar All-West selection...SENIOR season threw for nearly 1,400 yards and 14 touchdowns...led team to an 8-3-1 record and De La Salle's 13th-straight CIF North Coast Section title...added 750 yards rushing and 10 touchdowns on the ground...earned first-team All-CIF and first-team All-Bay Valley Athletic League honors...named the No. 2 player in the Bay Area, regardless of position, by the Contra Costa Times and was an All-Metro selection by the San Francisco Examiner.
Kevin Lopina...born in San Jose, Calif...parents Michael and Jeannette Lopina...history major and anthropology minor.
PASSING G/GS PA PC PI YDS TD LG EFFIC.
2008 9/8 153 87 11 841 0 48 88.66