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41  Ethan Wood
Ethan  Wood


Colorado Springs, Colo.

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 176




Wyoming at Nebraska Game to be Televised Nationally on ESPN2

Game to Kick Off at 10 a.m., M.T.


Wyoming Completes Second Week of Spring Practice

Improved Play at Quarterback, Safety and Tight End Standout


Spring Football Opens for Wyoming Cowboys on Tuesday, March 22

Cowboys Return 18 Starters, Including 9 on Offense, 8 on Defense and 1 on Special Teams


Wyoming Concludes Season With Exciting 35-28 Win Over UNLV

Brian Hill Sets New UW Single-Season Rushing Record, With 1,631 Yards


Wyoming Loses to Colorado State in 107th Border War

Fast Start by CSU Results in 26-7 Final

2015: Wood started all 12 games at punter and also held kickoff duties for the Cowboys. He ranked No. 7 in the Mountain West and No. 52 in the nation in punting average (41.8 yards per punt). Averaged 62.4 yards per kickoff with 16 touchbacks. Wood recorded a career-high 67 yard punt against Eastern Michigan. Recorded a career-high seven punts three times; North Dakota, Boise State and San Diego State. Averaged 50.0 yards per punt against Eastern Michigan, which was a season high. He punted for 377 on eight punts averaging 47.1 yards at Air Force.

2014: Wood appeared in all 12 games recording 66 punts for an average of 41.4 yards per kick. He recorded 18 punts inside the 20-yard line. He booted 18 punts that were fair caught. He booted a career-long punt of 67 yards against Boise State.

2013: Wood took over punting and kickoff duties as a true freshman and performed admirably. He punted 69 times for an average of 42 yards per boot. He had 13 50-yard plus punts for the season. In his very first college game, he had an outstanding debut for UW versus Nebraska, averaging 52 yards per kick, including a 61-yard punt. He averaged 61.3 yards per kickoff and earned 21 touchbacks.

High School: Wood was an accomplished athlete in both football and soccer at Liberty, earning two all-state nods in soccer and an all-conference nod in football as a senior. He was the team MVP of his freshman soccer team.

Personal: Born Oct. 20, 1993, he is the son of John and Resia Wood. He has four siblings: Dan, Josh, Kevin and Lisa. His brother Josh played football at Chadron State and Black Hills State, Kevin ran track at Colorado-Colorado Springs and Dan ran track at Embry Riddle. Wood is pursuing a degree in architectural engineering at UW.

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