2013 (Senior): Third straight year on the Lou Groza Award Watch List ... Indiana's all-time leader in field goals, field goal percentage, extra points and total points (kicker) ... converted a 26-yard field goal and a school-record 10 extra points against Indiana State ... became IU's all-time leader in career extra points in the Navy game ... recorded four touchbacks on six kickoffs with six PATs against Bowling Green ... converted on both field goal attempts and added four PATs against Penn State to move into second place on the IU all-time scoring list ... knocked in two field goals, including IU's first 50-yarder since 2002, at Michigan ... earned second career Big Ten Special Teams Player of the Week honor ... became school's all-time field goals leader ... buried two field goals and three PATs against Minnesota ... chipped in a 22-yard field goal and seven PATs against Illinois.
Ewald is tied for third on IU's career list with 44 field goals, fourth with 105 extra points and sixth with 237 total points. He is the school's all-time career field goal percentage leader, connecting on 44-of-55 (80.0 percent), with two blocked. Ewald's percentage is eighth among active kickers nationally. In 24 career Big Ten games, Ewald has hit 29-of-35 (82.9) field goals.
2012 Honors: Received honorable mention All-Big Ten from the league's media ... named Indiana's Special Ops Player of the Year (special teams) ... named to the Lou Groza Award Watch List ... Academic All-Big Ten selection.
2012 (Junior): Connected on 15-of-20 (one blocked) field goals (75.0 percent), 42-of-43 extra points (97.7 percent) and averaged 61.5 yards on 68 kickoffs with 31 touchbacks ... second in the Big Ten in touchbacks, fourth in field goal percentage, fifth in fields goals made per game (1.25) and extra points made, and sixth in points per game (7.2) ... 42 extra points are third, 15 field goals are tied for fifth and 87 points are eighth on IU's single-season list ... had streak of 100 consecutive extra points made snapped ... streak was the second-longest in IU history and the fifth-longest in Big Ten history ... made nine consecutive field goals, the third-longest streak in IU history ... hit three field goals for the second and third times in his career at Navy and at Penn State ... drilled a pair of 46-yarders to improve to 8-of-12 from 45-plus yards in his career ... averaged a season-high 64.9 on eight kickoffs with six touchbacks and was a perfect 6-for-6 on extra points in addition to a field goal in win at Massachusetts ... recovered the third onside kick of his career at Penn State ... team converted a Big Ten-best 3-of-4 onside kick attempts and has converted 5-of-7 attempts in his career ... four-time IU special teams player of the week.
2011 Honors: Received honorable mention All-Big Ten from the league's coaches and media ... named to the Lou Groza Award Watch List ... Academic All-Big Ten selection.
2011 (Sophomore): Went 13-of-16 (one blocked) from field goal range (81.2 percent), 30-of-30 on extra points and averaged 61.7 yards on 50 kickoffs with eight touchbacks ... fourth in the Big Ten in field goal percentage ... posted a perfect 10-of-10 mark from inside 40 yards ... connected on 9-of-10 attempts in Big Ten play ... 90.0 percent ranked second in Big Ten games only ... matched his career long from 49 yards twice (Ball State and Penn State) ... 13 field goals are tied for the ninth most on IU's single-season list ... made seven consecutive field goals, tied for the seventh-longest streak in IU history ... recorded three multi-field goal games ... recovered onside kick at North Texas.
2010 Honors: Earned co-Big Ten Special Teams and Freshman Player of the Week (Purdue) honors ... received honorable mention All-Big Ten from the league's coaches ... recognized on CollegeFootballNews.com All-Freshman team ... selected to ESPN.com and Rivals.com Big Ten All-Freshman teams ... Academic All-Big Ten selection.
2010 (Freshman): Hit 16-of-19 field goals (84.2 percent), with a long of 49 yards, 33-of-33 extra points and averaged 58.4 yards on 52 kickoffs with three touchbacks ... 16 field goals tied for the most for a freshman and are tied for the third-most on IU's single-season list ... 33 extra points are the second-most for a freshman and are the eighth-most on IU's single-season list ... 81 points are ninth on IU's single-season list ... 1.33 field goals per game ranked third among freshmen nationally and fourth in the Big Ten ... finished second in the Big Ten in field goal percentage ... made eight consecutive field goals, tied for the fourth-longest streak in IU history ... forced overtime with a 26-yarder and hit the game-winner from 31 yards in victory at Purdue ... connected on a career-high three field goals (20, 34, 46) in win over Arkansas State ... drilled a 49-yarder vs. Penn State and connected on a 48-yarder at No. 6 Wisconsin ... recovered onside kick at Western Kentucky ... six-time IU special teams player of the week and the team's special teams player of the year.
2009: Redshirted the 2009 season.
Prep/Personal: Kicker for head coach Paul Murphy at Waubonsie Valley High School ... rated the No. 3 kicker nationally by Rivals.com, No. 4 by ESPN.com and No. 5 by Scout.com ... ranked the No. 27 prospect in Illinois by Rivals.com ... earned all-state, all-city, all-area and all-conference honors in 2008 ... captain of the High School All-American Bowl ... connected on a career-long 47-yard field goal and recorded an 85.0-percent touchback rate as a senior ... kicked a 63-yard field goal to win a camp kicking contest ... honor roll student ... two-year football letterwinner also lettered in baseball ... parents are Ron and Diane Ewald ... born on Sept. 2, 1990, Mitchell Ryan Ewald is a SPEA management major.
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