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18 Andrew Mackay
Andrew  Mackay


Fairfax, Va.

High School:
W.T. Woodson HS

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 205



Virginia at UCLA

Hoos fall to the Bruins in the Rose Bowl to open 2015 season.

- Did not appear in any games. 2013 - Did not appear in any games ... redshirted season.


A three-year letterwinner and starter as a quarterback at W.T. Woodson High School for head coach Joe Dishun ... a four-year Scholar Athlete ... two-time captain was named to the All-Patriot District team as an honorable mention honoree in 2010 and was a second team honoree in 2012 as a senior ... named the W.T. Woodson football offensive MVP as a senior ... passed for over 3,000 yards for his career in a run-heavy offense ... threw for nearly 1,400 yards and 17 touchdowns in his first varsity season as a sophomore ... also earned three letters in baseball ... a two-year Scholar Athlete in baseball ... captain and an All-Patriot District honoree at third base ... member of the National Honor Society, Leadership/Student Government Association and Student Honor Council ... named the Marine Corps Distinguished Athlete at W.T. Woodson ... won the Woodson Faculty Leadership Award and the Andy Heck Scholarship ... while at W.T. Woodson tutored elementary aged children at local government center ... volunteer coach at the annual W.T. Woodson baseball camp ... son of Jim and Amy Mackay ... has a younger sister, Meredith ... 11 family members have attended UVa ... father Jim (CLAS 83) and mother Amy (COMM 86) both graduated from UVa ... attended first UVa football game at 10 months old ...was also in attendance at 10 months when UVa stopped Florida State's Warrick Dunn at the goal line to solidify the Cavaliers' victory over the Seminoles, FSU's first-ever setback in ACC play after 29-straight wins ... loves playing golf and basketball in free time.


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