Photos from Washington State's game against San Diego State (Sept. 17, 2011)
LOBBESTAEL'S WSU CAREER
RS-SENIOR (2011): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in 11 games and making nine starts...went 208-of-341 (.610) for 2,584 yards...threw 19 touchdowns and eight interceptions...recorded five 300-yard performances, tied for third-most in WSU single season history...the 208 completions are the tied for tenth most in WSU single season history...the .610 completion percentage is the second highest in WSU single season history...named WSU's Offensive Player of the Week twice (ISU, UNLV)...in emergency start against Idaho State in season-opener, went 14-of-19 for 230 yards and two touchdowns including a 62-yarder to Marquess Wilson...started and threw from 361 yards and five touchdowns (tied for second most in a game) in the win over UNLV...threw for 368 yards and three touchdowns including scoring passes for 80 yards and 78 yards to Wilson at San Diego State...elected a team captain, went 32-of-49 for a career high 376 yards and three touchdowns in the comeback win at Colorado...threw two touchdown pass in final 2:35 including the go-ahead 63-yard strike to Wilson with 1:10 remaining...had two touchdown passes at UCLA...reliever Jeff Tuel and went 7-for-9 for 64 yards and rushed for one score against No. 7 Stanford...relieved Tuel to start second half against Oregon State and went 10-for-20...started and went 28-for-48 for 337 yards and one 24-yard touchdown pass at No. 7 Oregon...started and went 29-of-42 for 344 yards and threw three touchdown passes in Apple Cup...presented WSU's Fred Bohler Award for inspiration and the Cougar Pride Award for dedication to academics. RS-JUNIOR (2010): Saw action in six games on the season...completed 7-of-15 passes for 61 yards...saw most action at Arizona State, going 6-of-11 for 56 yards, including a long of 21...also completed a five-yard pass against USC. RS-SOPHOMORE (2009):Earned a varsity letter after appearing in eight games, three as a starter...played most of the season despite being hampered by offseason knee injury...came off the bench against both Stanford and Hawaii before starting the SMU and USC games...returned as the starter against UCLA...completed 67-of-144 passes for 655 yards on the season...threw for three touchdowns and eight interceptions...set season highs in completions (24), attempts (52), yards (239) ad touchdowns (two) in WSU's overtime victory over SMU...rushed for a one-yard touchdown against Oregon, his lone ground score of the season. RS-FRESHMAN (2008):Earned varsity letter having played in five games, three as a starter, before suffering season-ending knee injury at Oregon State...season totals included completing 53-of-103 passes for 571 yards with four touchdowns and four interceptions...saw first collegiate action against Cal...had most efficient game two weeks later against Portland State, completing 9-of-12 passes for 149 yards and two touchdowns...first two pass attempts went for touchdowns covering 14 and 53 yards, the latter being a season-long to Devin Frischknecht...named WSU and Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Week following that performance...season-high 192 yards passing against Oregon, completing 22-of-41 attempts...suffered ACL and MCL injury late in third quarter at Oregon State (Oct. 11), ending season. FRESHMAN (2007): Redshirt season.
LOBBESTAEL'S HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Earned three varsity letters in football under head coach Dave Ward...earned four varsity letters in baseball under Jim Waller...earned three letters in basketball under coach Mike Washington...as a SOPHOMORE earned honorable mention all-league honors in football...honorable mention all-state in baseball...JUNIOR year guided team to quarterfinal appearance in football...second-team all-league...threw for 12 touchdowns and 1,351 yards...selected as first-team utility player and second-team pitcher...during SENIOR campaign guided team to a 4-A state championship...selected as first-team all-league and 4-A first-team all-state by both Washington Preps and the Associated Press...Seattle Times All-Area Team and member of Blue Chip list...passed for 34 touchdowns and 2,776 yards on the season...set a school record with six touchdown passes (on 18-of-22 night) against Meadowdale, breaking older brother John's mark...had five touchdown tosses the following week against Snohomish.
Marshall Thomas Lobbestael...parents Ric and Dessa Lobbestael...one older brother John...psychology major at WSU.