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WSU Football BIO
Vince Mayle
Player Profile:
Vince Mayle 1572741
Position: Wide Receiver
Height: 6'3"
Weight: 219
Year: Redshirt Senior
Hometown: Natomas, Calif.
High School: Inderkum
Other College: Sierra College
Experience: 2 Letters

Earned two varsity letters…appeared in 25 games, made 12 starts…caught 148 career passes, tied for seventh-most in WSU history…recorded 2,022 career receiving yards and 16 touchdown catches…posted seven career 100-yard games and four career 10-plus catch games.

RS-SENIOR (2014): Earned a varsity letter after starting all 12 games…named All-America honorable mention by Sports Illustrated...named All-Pac-12 Conference Second Team…named a Biletnikoff Award Semifinalist (1 of 10)…tied for Pac-12 lead with WSU single-season record 106 receptions…led Pac-12 with WSU single-season record 1,483 receiving yards, third-most in the country…tied for second on team with nine touchdown catches…led conference with six 100-yard games, tied for second-most in WSU single-season history…recorded two 250-plus yard games, only player in the country with two-such games in 2014 and only player in Pac-12 history with two 250-yard games…tied for third in the country in receptions-per-game (8.8) and was third in receiving yards-per-game (123.6)…returned nine kickoffs for 177 yards with a long of 39…owned a team-best 1,660 all-purpose yards, fifth-most in WSU history…averaged 138.3 all-purpose ypg, third-most in the Pac-12 …made 12 catches for 124 yards including a 26-yard touchdown against Rutgers in Seattle…caught eight passes including a 13-yard touchdown at Nevada…caught a 3-yard touchdown pass against Portland State…made seven receptions for 75 yards against No. 2 Oregon…had eight catches for 120 yards with touchdowns including the go-ahead 81-yard touchdown late in the fourth quarter, capping the 28-27 comeback win at Utah…caught 11 passes for a school-record 263 yards including a 90-yard touchdown against California…the 263 yards were the most by and player in the country in 2014…had six catches for 78 yards, a nine-yard touchdown catch and 39-yard kick return at No. 25 Stanford…caught 14 passes for 145 yards and one eight-yard touchdown against No. 15 Arizona…named team captain, recorded nine receptions for 83 yards against USC…tallied six catches for 143 yards including a 48-yard touchdown in the win at Oregon State…set a WSU single-game record with 15 receptions  at No. 13 Arizona State, finished with 252 yards…caught five passes for 79 yards in Apple Cup…invited to play in the Reese’s Senior Bowl.

RS-JUNIOR (2013): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in all 13 games…caught 42 passes for 539 yards…tied for team lead with seven touchdown catches…averaged 12.8 yards-per-catch…second on team with nine receptions of 20-plus yards including four for touchdowns…caught two passes for 14 yards including a three-yard touchdown catch in win over Southern Utah…made four receptions for 51 yards and 20-yard touchdown in win over Idaho…caught four passes for a career-high 113 yards and two touchdowns (35, 70) in win at California…had three catches for 55 yards and a four-yard touchdown against Oregon State…made a career-high seven receptions for 79 yards at No. 2 Oregon…caught six passes for 56 yards against No. 25 Arizona State…recorded five catches for 50 yards in win at Arizona…caught four passes for 35 yards including an eight-yard touchdown catch in win over Utah…made four receptions for 43 yards at Washington…caught two passes for 38 yards including a 28-yard touchdown against Colorado State in the New Mexico Bowl..granted an additional year of eligibility by the NCAA.

Played basketball for Shasta Community College in 2009-10 and averaged 8.0 ppg and once won a dunk contest...attended Sierra College to play football for coach Jeff Tisdel in a SOPHOMORE in 2012, named to the All-America first team by the California Community College Association, All-California and Valley Conference Offensive MVP after leading all California Junior Colleges with 16 touchdown catches...tallied 61 receptions for 984 yards...rated four stars and a top-5 junior college WR prospect by

Attended Inderkum High School...two-year letterwinner for coach Terry a SENIOR, named Tri-County Conference Offensive MVP and All-Metro League first team at running back after tallying 14 touchdowns and rushing for 661 yards ...also caught 11 passes for 299 yards...named All-Metro League at linebacker after making a team-best 12 sacks...selected to two All-Star games as a running back (Holdiay Classic and Optimist Game).

Mother, Renee...older sister, Tinea and older brother, John.


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