ROXAS' WSU CAREER
RS-SENIOR (2011): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in six games, making two starts...started at center against Idaho State and UNLV...missed game at San Diego State with sprained ankle...appeared in games at Colorado, at UCLA and against No. 7 Stanford...played against Utah. RS-JUNIOR (2010): Earned a varsity letter after playing in nine games during the season...started at left guard against Montana State. JUNIOR (2009): Long-term illness acquired during fall camp prevented him from seeing any game action in 2009...utilized redshirt season. SOPHOMORE (2008): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in 10 games...made eight starts on the season...started the season-opener against Oklahoma State at left guard, but missed the next three games with an injury...returned to the starting lineup against Oregon and made six consecutive starts...came off the bench against Arizona State and Washington, then started the season-finale against Hawaii. FRESHMAN (2007): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in 11 of WSU's 12 games...started at center for the injured Kenny Alfred in the Cougars' win over UCLA...missed only the season-opener against Wisconsin...versatile lineman was listed as the backup left guard to Bobby Byrd.
ROXAS' HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Earned three letters in football under coach Jim Bonds and was captain his senior season...started all 10 games at offensive tackle as a FRESHMAN...as a SOPHOMORE was named first-team All-Mission League...selected first-team all-area by the Glendale News Press, Foothill Leader and Pasadena Star News...during JUNIOR year earned first-team All-CIF Southern Section Division III honors...selected first-team all-area by the Glendale News Press, Foothill Leader and Pasadena Star News...first-team All-Mission League...team's most valuable lineman...as a SENIOR named Mission League and St. Francis High School Most Valuable Lineman...listed on CalHiSports.com All-State Team...first-team All-CIF Southern Section Western Division... selected first-team all-area by the Glendale News Press, Foothill Leader, Pasadena Star News and LA Daily News...WSU summer football camp MVP.
Andrew Roxas...born in Los Angeles, Calif...parents Augusto and Agnes Roxas...younger sister Allison...criminal justice major.