Garrett Schwettman


Murray, Ky.

High School:
Calloway County HS

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 160


Garrett  Schwettman


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Troy @ WKU

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Career Game Highs:

  • FG Made: 4at Middle Tennessee (9/13/14)
  • FG Attempted: 5 at Middle Tennessee (9/13/14)
  • Long: 44 at South Alabama (9/14/13)
  • Points Scored: 17 at Middle Tennessee (9/13/14)
  • PAT's Made: 9-9 at Old Dominion (10/25/14)

2013 (So.):
Schwettman was the Tops' primary kicker and was 13-for-16 (81.2-percent) including a perfect 5-5 inside of 30-yards. Schwettman connected on eight consecutive FG attempts, the third-longest streak in school history, before missing a 36-yarder against Navy. He was second on the team in scoring with 84 points and was 45-of-47 in extra point attempts.

2012 (Fr.):
Schwettman connected on 10-of-13 field goal attempts and 42-of-43 extra points in 12 games played. He was a perfect 8-of-8 field goals inside of 30 yards and finished second on the team in points scored (72). He knocked in his first career-field goal in a one-point win over Kentucky on Sept. 15, connecting from 23 yards out. He recorded his first multi-field goal game of his career in a conference-opening road win at Arkansas State on Sept. 29, hitting 22 and 26-yarders.

Schwettman was a four-year starter at Calloway County High School. He scored 182 career points, connecting on 12-of-20 career field goals and 144-of-153 PATs. Schwettman was perfect during his senior season, converting 39-of-39 PATs and all six of his field-goal attempts, including three over 40 yards. He earned All-State honors from both the Courier-Journal and the Associated Press while earning All-Conference honors twice.


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