April 19, 2005
KENNEWICK, Wash. - Former Washington State kicker Drew Dunning will take over kicking duties for the Tri-Cities Fever of the National Indoor Football (NIFL) Thursday, April 12, as they take on the Everett Hawks. Dunning steps in for the injured Brandon Schillinger.
Dunning was a three-year starter for the Cougs (2001 -2003) after walking on in the fall of 1999. The three-time All-Pac-10 honoree holds the WSU career scoring and career kick scoring records with 336 points. Dunning finished his senior year ranked third nationally in the NCAA standings with 2.08 FG/game and 17th in scoring with 8.92 points per game after completing 87.1 percent of his field goals (27-31) that year with a long of 49 yards.
The Fever, a first-year NIFL team, competes in the West Division of the league's Pacific Conference and has a record of 2-2 this year. For more information about the Fever, visit http://www.tricitiesfever.com/.
2005 Tri-Cities Fever ScheduleApr. 21, 2005 Tri-Cities Fever at Everett Hawks Apr. 30, 2005 Everett Hawks at Tri-Cities Fever May. 7, 2005 Wyoming Cavalry at Tri-Cities Fever May. 13, 2005 Tri-Cities Fever at Lincoln Capitols May. 22, 2005 Tri-Cities Fever at Corpus Christi Hammerheads May. 27, 2005 Dayton Warbirds at Tri-Cities Fever Jun. 4, 2005 Tri-Cities Fever at New Jersey Xtreme Jun. 11, 2005 Tri-Cities Fever at Billings Mavericks Jun. 18, 2005 Lincoln Capitols at Tri-Cities Fever Jun. 25, 2005 Tri-Cities Fever at Cincinnati Marshals