the study of the kicking components within sports

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Altum Percurrere Umbraticis Calcitronis

High Scoring Indoor Kickers? The goal posts are narrow, very narrow. The ceilings are often low and obstructed. The extra point attempts are typically more plentiful than field goal attempts.
Today we take a quick look at this year's current top three scoring kickers in each of the indoor football leagues.
  • 73 Marc Capozolli, Jacksonville Sharks (58-76 PATs, 5-7 FGs, 8.1 ppg) 
  • 73 Taylor Rowan, Spokane Shock (67-72 PAts, 2-3 FGs, 8.1 ppg) 
  • 72 Juan Gamboa, San Jose SaberCats (60-73 PAts, 4-5 FGs, 8.0 ppg)
  • 52 Tyler Lorenz, Marion Blue Racers (31-44 PATs, 7-16 FGs, 6.5 ppg) 
  • 42 Julie Harshbarger, Chicago Knights (18-23 PATs, 8-14 FGs, 6.0 ppg) 
  • 40 Jeff Hubbard, Dayton Silverbacks (25-35 PATs, 5-23 FGs, 4.4 ppg)
  • 122 Garrett Courtney, Allen Wranglers (47-56 PATs, 25-42 FGs, 11.1 ppg) 
  • 119 Parker Douglass, Sioux Falls Storm (101-105 PATs, 6-12 FGs, 11.9 ppg) 
  • 108 Chris Nendick, Chicago Slaughter (45-55 PATs, 21-37 FGs, 10.8 ppg)
  • 118 Craig Camay, Trenton Steel (67-76 PATs, 17-29 FGs, 13.1 ppg)
  • 79 J.R. Cipra, Harrisburg Stampede (28-34 PATs, 17-41 FGs, 8.8 ppg)
  • 64 Craig Wissler, Abilene Ruff Riders (43-49 PATs, 7-15 FGs, 8.0 ppg)
  • 96 Dustin Zink, Northern Kentucky River Monsters (90-101 PATs, 2-8 FGs, 8.0 ppg)
  • 55 Chris Kollias, Saginaw Sting (55-74 PATs, 0-8 FGs, 5.0 ppg)
  • 52 Daniel Eidson, Eastern Kentucky Drillers (34-39 PATs, 6-15 FGs, 4.7 ppg)

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