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95  Corey Mace
Corey Mace


Port Moody, British Columbia

High School:
Port Moody Secondary

Last College:
Palomar CC, Calif.

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 287

Defensive Tackle


Wyoming at Syracuse

Wyoming at Syracuse

UW This Season: Corey Mace makes a slight position switch in 2006, moving to defensive end. He played defensive tackle last season. Mace was a productive player in 2005 -- his first season competing at the NCAA Division I-A level. He transferrred to Wyoming from Palomar Community College in California. At the conclusion of 2006 spring drills, he was listed as the co-starter at defensive end with senior Aaron Robbins, who returns after missing all of last season due to a knee injury. Mace and Robbins will give the Pokes a tandem of talented seniors at the defensive end position.

2005: Mace played in all 11 games as a junior. He was credited with 14 tackles, including one sack, three tackles for losses and one pass broken up. His best games came at Air Force, with five tackles, and against Louisiana Monroe, with four tackles. He transferred to Wyoming from Palomar Community College in California in January of 2005 and participated in spring drills with the Cowboys. Mace concluded spring drills No. 2 on the depth chart at defensive tackle behind Jake Mayes. Mace became the third student-athlete in two years from Palomar to sign with the University of Wyoming Football program. He joined Brandon Bell (cornerback) and Ron Rockett (strong safety) on the Cowboy roster.

Palomar CC: Mace earned Second Team All-Mission Conference honors at Palomar Community College in 2004. He was three times named the conference Defensive Player of the Week. Mace recorded 51 tackles, including seven quarterback sacks and 10 tackles for losses. He also broke up four opponent passes. He was elected a team captain his sophomore season. Over his two seasons at Palomar, Mace recorded a total of 12 sacks. His head coach at Palomar was Joe Early. His defensive coordinator at Palomar was Laramie, Wyo., native and 1978 University of Wyoming graduate J.G. Aegerter. Mace was recruited by Michigan State, Oregon State and Washington coming out of junior college.

High School: In his senior year at Port Moody Secondary in Port Moody, British Columbia, Canada, Mace was named the Top Defensive Lineman in the Province of British Columbia. He was selected as a team captain, was named Defensive Player of the Year at his high school, was MVP of his basketball team and was named his school's athlete of the year. His high school football coach was Jeff Stromgren. As a senior in high school, Mace was recruited by Boise State and Idaho.

Personal: Born Dec. 22, 1985, he is the son of Virginia Jacobsen and Tausha and John Mace. He is majoring in criminal justice, and hopes to someday become a probation officer.

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