45 Rod Walker
45 Rod Walker
Height: 6-0
Weight: 212
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Portsmouth, N.H.
High School: Portsmouth
Position: DB
Major: Economics

The son of Charlotte Hubbard... born 12-17-88 in Portsmouth, N.H.


2011 Statistics
Member of 2011 CAA Academic All-Conference Team... started at 'whip' safety in all 12 games... ranked sixth on squad with 55 tackles, 43 solo... notched two interceptions and team-high 57 INT return yards... added one sack and one pass breakup... recorded second interception of season and made three tackles in NCAA second-round playoff loss at Montana State... set career high with five solo tackles in Colonial Clash win over UMass at Gillette Stadium... tallied first career INT and returned it 42 yards in win against Villanova... recorded career-high 10 tackles in victory at Richmond (received game ball)... notched six tackles apiece in back-to-back games at Toledo and at Lehigh

2010 Statistics
Named to CAA Academic All-Conference Team...played in 13 games, making 17 tackles, 11 solo...served on special teams and as backup defensive back...made two tackles in NCAA D-I second-round playoff win at No. 13 Bethune-Cookman...notched career-high seven tackles, including five solo, in win over Towson...registered one tackle in win at No. 9 Villanova...tallied five tackles in victory over UMass in inaugural Colonial Clash at Gillette Stadium...made one tackle in win at No. 6 James Madison...had one tackle in loss at Pittsburgh

Saw action in seven games...totaled 10 tackles, including five solo efforts

Saw limited action after moving from running back to defensive back and recorded three tackles (1-2-3)

Redshirt season

Career Highs:
    Solo    5, 3x, last at UMass, 2011
    Assist    5, at Richmond, 2011
    Total    10, at Richmond, 2011
Sacks        1.0, at Richmond, 2011
Interceptions        1, 2x, last at Montana State, 2011
        note: vs Villanova, 2011 (42-yard INT return)
Fumbles Forced        n/a
Fumbles Rec.        n/a

Before UNH
A three-year starter in football, basketball and track and field at Portsmouth High School...named All-State following the 2006 and 2007 seasons

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