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  12/15/22 - K Joshua KartyrJr/2024, Stanford, 6-2, 208 (DS#1 K) + More +

  2022 ALL-PAC-12 CONFERENCE FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM: PK Joshua Karty, Jr., Stanford,...Karty, a Lou Groza award finalist and native of Burlington, N.C., went 18-of-18 on the year on field goal attempts, with 13 of those makes from 40-or-more yards. Karty was the only qualified kicker nationally with no misses on the year, and the only kicker with 13 makes of 40+ yards this season. He becomes just the eighth kicker in program history to earn first-team laurels. - Stanford Football

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  12/08/22 - K Joshua KartyrJr/2024, Stanford, 6-2, 208 (DS#1 K) + More +

  2022 LOU GROZA AWARD FINALIST (OUTSTANDING KICKER): Joshua Karty, Stanford,...Following a perfect 18-for-18 season on field goals, Stanford junior kicker Joshua Karty was named one of three finalists for the 2022 Lou Groza Award on Tuesday morning. The award is presented annually to the Collegiate Place-Kicker of the Year by the Palm Beach County Sports Commission and the Orange Bowl. Karty is joined by NC State's Christopher Dunn and Michigan's Jake Moody as the three finalists. Karty, a native of Burlington, N.C., went 18-of-18 on the year on field goal attempts, with 13 of those makes from 40-or-more yards. Karty was the only qualified kicker nationally with no misses on the year, and the only kicker with 13 makes of 40+ yards this season.

Dating back to 1996, Karty is just the fourth kicker with at least 18 makes to have a perfect season, and just the third kicker with 10+ makes from 40-or-more yards without a miss. He set the school record with a 61-yard field goal at Cal, and also had makes of 54 yards (vs. BYU) and 53 yards (at Oregon). No kicker nationally had more than three 50+-yard field goals with no misses. Karty's 61-yarder was five yards further than any other kicker this season. Karty was named Pac-12 Special Teams Player of the Week four times in 2022 and a Lou Groza Award Star of the Week twice. For his career, Karty is 51-for-52 on PATs and 28-for-34 on field goals. His five career misses have come from 49, 51, 54, 55 and 58 yards. - Stanford Football


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  11/21/22 - K Joshua KartyrJr/2024, Stanford, 6-2, 208 (DS#1 K) + More +

  NOV 21 PAC-12 SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Joshua Karty, Jr., PK, Stanford (Burlington, N.C.),...Made 61-yard field goal as time expired, setting a new school record. Field goal was 5 yards longer than any other field goal made at the FBS level this season...2nd longest field goal in Pac-12 history (Jason Hanson, WSU, 62-yarder in 1991) and longest in a conference game. 61 yards is a Big Game record and tied for 6th longest in FBS since at least 1996...16-for-16 on the season on field goals with 12 makes of 40+ yards...Becomes 4th player in conference history to win Special Teams Player of the Week 4 times in the same season joining Utah's Matt Gay in 2018, Arizona State's Zane Gonzalez in 2016 (Lou Groza Award winner that season) and Cal's Doug Brien in 1991...Also nominated: Camden Lewis, K, Oregon; Dario Longhetto, PK, California; Luke Loecher, P, Oregon State; Tyler Loop, K, Arizona. - Pac-12 Football

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  11/21/22 - K Joshua KartyrJr/2024, Stanford, 6-2, 208 (DS#1 K) + More +

  Joshua Karty's 61-yard field goal for Stanford against California was the longest in the nation this season and enhanced his resume for the Lou Groza Award. Karty's field goal was his second of the game and came on the last play of a 27-20 loss. The Groza Award semifinalist is 16 for 16 on field goals this season and 24 of 29 for his career. His only misses in two years as the Cardinal kicker have been from 49 yards and longer. Arkansas State's Dominic Zvada kicked a 56-yarder against Texas State on Saturday that is the nation's second-longest. - AP College Football

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  10/24/22 - K Joshua KartyrJr/2024, Stanford, 6-2, 208 (DS#1 K) + More +

  OCT 24 PAC-12 SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Joshua Karty, Jr., K, Stanford (Burlington, N.C.),...Career-high 5 field goals tied school record (John Hopkins at Cal, 1990; Nate Whitaker at Notre Dame, 2010). 5 field goals made was tied for the most in the country this season (3 times) and the 5 attempts was the most in the Pac-12 on the year.His makes on Saturday were from: 44, 36, 44, 36, 47 yards. Has scored 25 of Stanford's 31 points the last 2 weeks (both wins). 12-for-12 on the season for FG and 18-of-18 on PAT. Leads the conference in made field goals/ Karty is the only kicker in the Pac-12, and 1 of just 6 nationally, with at least 10 made field goals and no misses. 3rd time in the last 4 weeks Karty has won this award. First Pac-12 player to win this award 3 times in the same season since Utah's Matt Gay did it 4 times in 2018. First Stanford player to earn this honor 3 times in the same season since the award was created in 1987. Also nominated: Anthony Gould, WR/PR, Oregon State; Nicholas Barr-Mira, K, UCLA. - Pac-12 Football

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  10/22/22 - K Joshua KartyrJr/2024, Stanford, 6-2, 208 (DS#1 K) + More +

  Joshua Karty kicked five field goals, lifting Stanford to a come-from-behind, 15-14 win over Arizona State on Saturday afternoon. Karty's five field goals tied the all-time single-game record for the Cardinal (3-4, 1-4 Pac-12), who snapped a school-record 10-game conference losing streak. Stanford had not won a game against a Pac-12 opponent since it beat Oregon 31-24 on Oct. 2, 2021. The decisive field goal came with 6:28 remaining in the fourth quarter. Karty converted from 47 yards, matching his second-longest attempt of the season. Named the Pac-12 Special Teams Player of the Week twice in the last three games, Karty has not missed a kick this season, making all 12 of his field goal attempts. The Sun Devils (2-5, 1-3) have not won at Stanford Stadium since 2007, dropping four straight on the road to the Cardinal in that span.

Arizona State's Emory Jones was 15 of 25 passing but Stanford's pass defense, which entered Saturday ranked second in the conference surrendering 212.3 yards per game, held Arizona State to 227 receiving yards. The Sun Devils led 14-6 after Elijhah Badger caught a 39-yard touchdown pass a minute into the second quarter. Badger made six catches for a career-best 118 yards. Stanford had not allowed its opponent to score in the first quarter in its last two games against Oregon State and Notre Dame. But the Sun Devils ended the streak when Xazavian Valladay running for a 15-yard touchdown. Stanford quarterback Tanner McKee, who completed 33 of his 57 attempted passes for 320 yards, has been held without a touchdown in back-to-back games after recording multiple in each of Stanford's first five games. - Stanford/AP College Football


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  10/17/22 - K Joshua KartyrJr/2024, Stanford, 6-2, 208 (DS#1 K) + More +

  OCT 17 PAC-12 SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Joshua Karty, Jr., K, Stanford (Burlington, N.C.),...3-for-3 (43-43-45) in a two-point win at Notre Dame (just Stanford's 5th-ever win at ND Stadium)...Has not missed inside 48 yards in his Stanford career...3 attempts and makes matches his career high and Karty accounted for 10 of Stanford's 16 points Saturday (3 made FG, 1 PAT)...Also led the kickoff unit for the Cardinal, totaling 4 kickoffs for 4 touchbacks...17-for-17 this season (PAT), 7-7 this season (FG)- 1 of only 2 Pac-12 kickers with a perfect mark when kicking field goals...2nd time this season Karty has won this award...First Stanford player to win this award multiple times in the same season since KR Chris Owusu in 2009 and first Stanford place kicker to do it since Mike Biselli in 1999...Also nominated: Luke Loecher, P, Oregon State; Cole Becker, PK, Colorado; Kyle Ostendorp, P, Arizona. - Pac-12 Football

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  10/04/22 - K Joshua KartyrJr/2024, Stanford, 6-2, 208 (DS#1 K) + More +

  OCT 3 PAC-12 SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Joshua Karty, Jr., PK, Stanford (Burlington, N.C.),...2-for-2 field goals with career-long 53 yarder. 53-yarder was the longest field goal for Stanford since a 54-yarder in 2009....Also kicked off six times and allowed just three returns for 26 total yards...First Stanford player to win this award since Thomas Booker in November 2020 and first Stanford kicker to be honored since Jet Toner since Week 5 of the 2019 season...Also nominated: Denis Lynch, PK, USC; Camden Lewis, K, Oregon. - Pac-12 Football

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