LEDGERWOOD'S WSU CAREER SENIOR (2011): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in nine games and starting the final three at middle linebacker...recorded 28 tackles, 19 solo and forced one fumble...made four tackles against Idaho State...had three tackles and forced a fumble in the win over UNLV...made four tackles, two solo against No. 7 Stanford...missed the game at No. 7 Oregon with a stinger...named a team captain, started, made three tackles, all solo in the win over Arizona State...had four tackles in start against Utah...named a team captain, started and made a season-best eight tackles, five solo in the Apple Cup...presented WSU's Laurie Niemi Award for attitude.
JUNIOR (2010): Earned a varsity letter after playing in six games, starting four of the first five games...totaled 16 tackles, 15 solo...forced one fumble...made five tackles, all solo, at Oklahoma State...had three tackles at SMU...made a season-high eight tackles, seven solo, and forced a fumble at UCLA...missed five of the last seven games due to injury. SOPHOMORE (2009): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in each of WSU's 12 games, including two starts...made his first-career start against California, and also started the Oregon State game...was WSU's sixth-leading tackler, registering 51 tackles on the season (30 solo), including 1.5 tackles-for-loss...recorded one pass break-up...career-high 14 tackles (10 solo) in WSU's season finale against Washington marked the first double-digit effort of his career...had eight and nine tackles in his two starts against the Golden Bears and Beavers, respectively. FRESHMAN (2008): Earned varsity letter after playing in 10 games on season... posted season totals of 14 tackles (nine solo) with 2.5 tackles-for-loss and 0.5 sacks...saw first collegiate action against Oklahoma State in season opener...recorded season-best three tackles against both Baylor and Hawaii, sharing in a sack against the latter...also had TFLs against California and Arizona.
LEDGERWOOD'S HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Four-year letterwinner in football under head coach Devin Chavez...as a JUNIOR named South Central Athletic Conference First Team linebacker, team defensive MVP and all-state second team...two-way player recorded 121 tackles in nine games at linebacker as a SENIOR...SCAC co-defensive player of the year also registered five sacks and forced three fumbles...all-state and all-area first team linebacker... also played fullback and tight end...earned four letters in basketball and ran sprints and threw javelin for River View's track and field team.
Michael Ledgerwood...parents Ron and Wendy...one of three children...older sister, Marissa, and younger brother, Colton...honor roll all four years in high school...pursuing a criminal justice major at WSU.