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Zach MacDowall
Zach MacDowall

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Acworth, Ga.

High School:
Harrison HS

Last College:
Wake Forest Univ.

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 200

Position:
QB


#10 Zach MacDowall 6-2 / 200 / QB Senior Acworth, Ga. Harrison HS Wake Forest Univ.

2009 (Jr.): Played all 11 games, starting eight ... Completed 126-of-299 passes for 1,664 yards with 11 picks and 9 touchdowns ... Added 163 yards rushing -- fourth-best on the team ­­-- on 77 attempts ... Rushed for three scores -- second-best on the team ... Ranked second in the league in passing yards per completion (13.2 avg.) ... Threw for a season-high 332 yards versus Gardner-Webb, completing 25-of42 passes with 2 TDs and a pick ... Had a season-high three TD passes in the win over Presbyterian, completing 11-of-223 passes for 193 yards ... Completed 73.7 percent of his passes in the Monmouth win, 14-of-19 for 203 yards and a TD ... Named Big South Offensive Player of the Week after leading the Chanticleers to a 20-6 win over VMI, completing 14-of-20 passes for 207 yards and one touchdown with no interceptions ... Led the offense to conversions on 8-of-13 third-down opportunities as Coastal dominated time of possession ... Ran for two scores versus Presbyterian, finishing with eight rushes for 69 yards ... Carried the ball 11 times for 34 yards and a score versus Charleston Southern.

2008 (So.): Played in 11 games, earning the start in nine of them, to garner his first collegiate letter ... Was 157-for-256 for 2,064 yards, 16 touchdowns and just six interceptions through the air ... Also ran the ball 80 times for 238 yards and five scores ... Ranked second in the Big South Conference in passing yardage at 187.6 yards per game and passing efficiency with a 144.99 rating ... Set a school record with 382 yards passing against Liberty, going 24-for-44 with two touchdowns and two interceptions ... Had two 300-plus yard passing games, with the other a 22-for-33 for 306 yards, two touchdowns and no picks versus Stony Brook ... Named Big South Offensive Player of the Week twice during the season ... Picked up his first weekly award after going 17-for-26 for 233 yards and one touchdown in the road win at Monmouth ... Followed it up the next week in a home win over Towson with 197 yards of total offense and three touchdowns to earn his second award ... Rushed for a season-high 80 yards and a touchdown on 14 carries against Stony Brook ... Threw at least one touchdown pass in nine of 11 games and scored a rushing touchdown in five of them.

Prior to Coastal Carolina: Transferred from Wake Forest after spending a year and a half with the program ... Did not see any action with the Demon Deacons, redshirting one season ... High School: Listed as the 57th-best quarterback prospect nationally by Scout.com his senior year ... Rated as the 49th-best prospect in Georgia by Rivals.com ... Associated Press First Team 5-AAAAA All-State selection, as well as First Team All-Region and All-Cobb County ... Named the starting North quarterback in the Georgia North/South Classic All-Star Game ... Chosen as the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Cobb County Super 11 quarterback ... Selected for the Offensive Back of the Year Award by the Touchdown Club of Atlanta ... 2004 and 2005 Cobb Quarterback of the Year... Selected to PrepStar All-Region team ... As a two-year starter, threw for 4,085 yards on 64 percent passing with 52 touchdowns and 14 interceptions.

Personal: Son of Lori MacDowall.

MacDowall's Career Passing Statistics
GP-GS Comp-Att-Int PCT YDS TD Long Avg/G
2008 11- 9 157-256- 6 61.3 2064 16 63 187.6
2009 11- 8 126-229-11 55.0 1664 9 55 151.3
Total 22-17 283-485-17 58.4 3728 25 63 169.5

CAREER GAME-BY-GAME PASSING (att-comp-int-yds-td)
2008:
Penn State 5-9-1-67-1; Colgate 11-19-0-120-0; Monmouth 17-26-1-233-1; Towson 9-18-0-157-2; North Carolina A&T DNP; Liberty 24-44-2-382-2; VMI 13-25-2-141-1; North Carolina Central 13-22-0-158-3; Stony Brook 22-33-0-306-2; Gardner-Webb 21-30-0-292-3; Presbyterian 14-22-0-128-1; Charleston Southern 8-8-080-0.
2009: Kent State 12-26-1-107-0; Monmouth 14-19-2-203-1; Towson 11-21-1-185-1; North Carolina A&T 5-15-1-99-1; VMI 14-20-0-207-1; Liberty 9-14-1-117-0; Stony Brook 9-14-0-55-0; Clemson 1-5-1-(-1)-0; Gardner-Webb 25-42-1-332-2; Presbyterian 11-23-1-193-3; Charleston Southern 15-30-2-167-0.

MacDowall's Career Rushing Statistics
GP-GS ATT GAIN LOST NET AVG TD Long AVG/G
2008 11- 9 80 401 163 238 3.0 5 38 21.6
2009 11- 8 77 289 126 163 2.1 3 24 14.8
Total 22-17 157 690 289 401 2.6 8 38 18.7

CAREER GAME-BY-GAME Passing (att-yds-td):
2008:
Penn State 6-21-0; Colgate 6-29-1; Monmouth 7-29-0; Towson 8-40-1; North Carolina A&T DNP; Liberty 7-(-1)-1; VMI 8-24-0; North Carolina Central 6-3-0; Stony Brook 14-80-1; Gardner-Webb 6-(-6)-0; Presbyterian 8-27-1; Charleston Southern 4-(-8)-0.
2009: Kent State 12-25-0; Monmouth 10-21-0; Towson 0-0-0; North Carolina A&T 4-14-0; VMI 8-7-0; Liberty 6-(-22)-0; Stony Brook 11-6-0; Clemson 0-0-0; Gardner-Webb 7-9-0; Presbyterian 8-69-2; Charleston Southern 11-34-1.

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