FRISCHKNECHT'S WSU CAREER
SENIOR (2008): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in 10 of WSU's 13 2008 games...made seven starts...caught 17 passes for a career-high 221 yards...13 yards-per-reception average was the highest of any Cougar with double-digit catches...caught a career-long 53-yard touchdown pass against Portland State (Sept. 20) en route to a career-high 110 yards...reception was the longest pass play of the season for the Cougars...hauled in a career-high-tying five passes in back-to-back games against California (Sept. 6) and Portland State....recorded one touchdown catch on the year against Portland State(Sept. 20)..signed free-agent contract with Washington Redskins in April, 2009.
JUNIOR (2007): Enrolled at WSU in January 2007 and participated in spring drills...earned a varsity letter after competing in each of WSU's 12 games...started his first career game against California...received the team's weekly Cougar Claw Offense Award following performances against Arizona State and Washington...caught 18 passes on the season for 191 yards and three touchdowns...set seasons highs in receptions (five), yards (88) and touchdowns (two) in the Apple Cup...had a season-long 41-yard touchdown reception against the Huskies.
FRISCHKNECHT'S SNOW COLLEGE CAREER
SOPHOMORE (2006): Team finished the year 11-1, capping the season with a 26-21 win over Coffeyville in the Top of The Mountains Bowl...captured Western State Football League title and finished second in the nation in final ranking...named Offensive MVP of Top of the Mountains Bowl after catching nine-yard TD pass on game-winning drive...finished season with 54 receptions for 763 yards and nine touchdowns...he had more catches than any tight end in junior college and was the eighth-leading receiver overall...earned honorable mention All-America honors by JC Grid-Wire....transferred to WSU after fall semester.
FRESHMAN (2005): Coached by Steve Coburn...played wide receiver and special teams...caught two passes for 48 yards and one touchdown...played behind a veteran group of sophomore receivers, so much of his playing time was on special teams....team was 10-2 and ranked eighth nationally.
FRISCHKNECHT'S HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
As a SENIOR (2004-05) earned 2A second-team all-state honors as a wide receiver...team posted a 7-3 record under coach Cole Meacham...earned 2A All-North League honors and was an all-state first team wide receiver...team reached second round of state playoffs, falling 28-26 to Juan Diego...also named to all-state third team in basketball.
Devin Frischknecht...wife Kristen...son Reggie (born Dec. 2006)...psychology major.
RECEIVING G/GS PC YDS AVG TD LG
2007 12/1 18 191 10.6 3 41
2008 10/7 17 221 13.0 1 53
CAREER: 22/8 35 412 11.8 4 53