Placed seventh in the 60m at MPSF in 2005, his first year of college track ... is less than a tenth shy of UW's all-time top-10 in the 60m dash ... also plays quarterback for UW's football team ... will not compete in April due to spring football commitments.
2005 (Football): Started all 11 games at quarterback for UW during the 2005 football season, finishing with 2,136 yards and nine TDs ... also rushed for 353 yards and five scores.
2004-05: Ranked second among all UW sprinters in the 60m dash in his first year of track ... placed seventh in the event at the MPSF Championships, clocking lifetime bests of 6.89 and 6.91 seconds in the MPSF prelim and final, respectively ... ran the 100m twice outdoors, and ran on the team's 4x400m at Stanford ... switched back to football for spring practice in April ... appeared in seven games for the UW football team in 2004, including five at quarterback ... ranked second among UW passers with 389 yards and three TDs.
2003-04: Did not compete in track ... played in 11 games for the UW football team in 2003, mostly at wide receiver ... led all UW receivers with a 14.3 yards-per-catch average ... tied a UW record for kick returns in a game with seven vs. Cal.
2002-03: Redshirted both the track and field, and football seasons to preserve a year of eligibility.
High School and Personal: Parents are Nita Aneise Williams and Ken Stanback ... lettered om football, track and baseball... ranked second in passing among Washington prep quarterbacks as a senior ... ranked as high as fifth in the nation among prep quarterbacks by national recruiting services ... majoring in American ethnic studies.
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