University of Michigan Football All-American

Remy Hamilton

Kicker, 1994

The first placekicker in Michigan history to earn All-America status. Remy Hamilton was named as a Walter Camp first team All-American, while the Associated Press and the Football News tabbed him as a second team All-American selection. A native of Boca Raton, FL, Hamilton emerged in 1994 and shattered several Michigan single-season kicking records. He broke single-season records for field goals made (25) and for field goals attempted (30). Hamilton also set Michigan's single season kick point record with 101 in 1994. A two-time finalist for the Lou Groza Award, Hamilton finished his career as the all-time Wolverine record holder in field goals made (63) and field goals attempted (82).


CAREER STATISTICS

Field Goals and Extra Points
Year GP10- 29 30- 39 40- 49 50+ Tot. Lg PAT T Pts
1993 0/0 0/0 1/1 0/0 1/1 47 2/ 2 5
1994 12 10/13 14/14 1/3 0/0 25/30 42 26/28 101
1995 13 11/12 5/  7 3/6 0/2 19/27 49 34/35 91
1996 12 5/  6 8/10 5/8 0/0 18/24 48 29/31 83
Career 37 26/31 27/31 10/18 0/0 63/82 49 91/96 280

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