DARMSTADTER IN THE NEWS
- A 5-foot-7 Georgetown grad became Maryland football’s most unlikely player
- Maryland kicker Darmstadter puts off real world for a chance at boyhood bowl dream
As a Senior (2017): Appeared as the primary placekicker in 11 games, making 7-of-12 field goal attempts and knocking down all 31 PAT attempts ... Made a 42-yard field goal vs. #12 Penn State (11/25) ... Nailed both field goal attempts (23, 45) at #5 Wisconsin (10/12) ... Hit career-long 51-yard FG as time expired in first half at Minnesota (9/30) ... Hit first career FG in a Maryland uniform vs. UCF (9/23) - a 34-yarder ... Made a Maryland record nine PAT attempts vs. Towson (9/9).
Before Maryland: Graduated from Georgetown University with a 3.04 GPA ... Georgetown's career leader in field goals made and field goal percentage ... two-time all-conference kicker ... made 27-of-37 field goal attempts at Georgetown with a long kick of 49 yards as a senior ... also made 60-of-61 extra point attempts.
DARMSTADTER'S CAREER HIGHS
PATs Made - 9 (Towson, 9/9/17)
Career Long - 51 yards (at Minnesota, 9/30/17)