Andre Crenshaw's Career Statistics
- Has more game experience than any other running back on the squad
- Entire career has been spent behind two of UO’s top 10 all-time rushers
- Has played in 26 consecutive games heading into his senior season
Born Andre Nevale Crenshaw on Dec. 31, 1987 in Pacioma, Calif. Parents: Andre and Mary Crenshaw. Family: One sister. High School (Coach): Antelope Valley (Jon Fleming), 2006. Major: Family and Human Services.
2009 -- Broke into the starting lineup against Purdue in his first appearance of the year, with his 23 rushing yards including a 2-yard scoring run . . . Came off the bench to run for a season-high 48 yards and one TD against Washington State, in addition to returning two punts (3 yards) and fielding one kickoff for 35 yards . . . Team's fourth-leading rusher accounted for 20 yards and one TD rushing vs. USC . . . Has improved his season totals to 152 yards on the ground and three scores, while catching three passes for an additional 26 yards.
The presence of the Pac-10’s top rushing tandem limited his touches more than he would have liked, yet fulfilled a valuable role in all 13 games from the line of scrimmage as well as on special teams … Oregon’s fourth-leading rusher among running backs enjoyed his best outing against Utah State, accumulating 72 yards and a touchdown on 10 carries, as well as both of his receptions for an additional 29 yards … Averaged a team-high 27.0 yards on six kickoffs, including two returns for 66 yards against Boise State one week after running back his lone kickoff return for 34 yards at Purdue … Was also credited with one tackle at Arizona State … Improved in almost every aspect of his play in the spring, bettering his foot speed and acceleration, in addition to the tempo in which he plays the game.
Team’s third-leading rusher served as Oregon’s primary back-up at running back the latter half of the season, lining up everywhere from a slot receiver to taking direct snaps from center at UCLA … Ran for a career-high 133 yards and two touchdowns at Washington and finished with 169 all-purpose yards … Rushed for 52 yards on eight carries during Sun Bowl victory over South Florida … Also added 45 yards on three carries at Michigan … Accumulated four catches for 17 yards in 13 games as well as returned six kickoffs for 122 yards (20.3 avg.), including a long return of 35 yards in Seattle … Finished with a trio of tackles covering on special teams, including two at Stanford.
Injuries to others forced him to forego his redshirt year for the final four games of the regular season … Finished the year rushing for 15 yards on five carries - all of his yardage coming vs. Washington … Also returned three kickoffs for 69 yards (23.0 avg.), including a 31-yard runback at OSU.
HIGH SCHOOL —
Accumulated 1,226 yards (6.7 avg.) and 13 touchdowns on 182 carries his senior year to earn PrepStar all-region plaudits … Eclipsed 100 yards rushing in five outings as a senior, led by 197 yards against Silverado … Defensively, added 44 tackles (33 unassisted), recovered two fumbles and intercepted two passes (82 yards in returns), returning one for a 42-yard score … The Golden League’s second-leading rusher and scorer (90 points) paced the Antelopes to an 8-4 ledger in 2005 as well as a conference co-championship before they were eliminated from CIF Division III playoffs in the second round … Enjoyed a season-high 279 yards rushing against Oakland Tech as a junior.