16  Dayne Hoffman
Dayne Hoffman

Ada, Mich.

High School:
Forrest Hills Central/ Bridgton Academy

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 230


Health Science

2009: Missed all but one game due to injury ... completed three of six attempts for 59 yards against Brown (9/19) ... 28 yard TD pass against the Bears.

2008: Started every game at quarterback in his first season of action ... threw for over 100 yards in all but two games ... pair of 200-yard games throwing the ball ... fifth in the Big South in total offense, passing yards and passing efficiency ... 1,636 passing yards is the 10th-highest mark in the SBU record book ... threw for 174 yards and one score in his collegiate debut vs. Colgate (8/30) ... connected on a 49-yard play for his first collegiate TD pass to Lynell Suggs ... also rushed for a score against the Raiders ... threw for 157 yards and a pair of scores against nationally ranked Elon (9/6) ... completed over 53 percent of his passes in Big South play ... first 200-yard game of his career came against Charleston Southern (10/18) when he threw for 210 yards and two scores ... 197 yards and a career-high three touchdown passes at Coastal Carolina (10/25) ... one of the scores was a 61-yard toss to Dwayne Eley, his longest pass play of the season ... threw for 209 yards against Gardner-Webb (11/1) ... 175 yards and a pair of scores vs. VMI (11/15) ... also rushed for his second TD of the season against the Keydets.

2007: Redshirted.

Prior to Stony Brook: Prepped for a year at Bridgton Academy in Maine ... named an athlete of the month in the fall of 2006 ... football coaches award.

High School: A 2006 graduate of Forrest Hills Central High School in Grand Rapids, Michigan ... won four football letters as a quarterback and linebacker for the Rangers ... selected as the Burger King Athlete of the Week as a senior ... named most athletic in his class ... also lettered in hockey and baseball.

Personal: Born Dayne Steven Hoffman on September 23, 1987 in Kalamazoo, Michigan ... son of Steven and Denise Hoffman ... one brother ... father played quarterback at Western Michigan ... majoring in health science.