Fourth-year team member as a walk-on • after graduation of four-year starting kicker Sean Baner, will battle for the starting role on extra points and field goals • will be challenged by sophomores Kevin McLaughlin and Brandon Tuozzolo, and incoming recruit Frank Raggo • accurate kicker who will work on improving his distance • converted all three of his extra point attempts in Blue-White Spring Game • can also serve as holder when not kicking.
Earned second letter as a junior • played in eight games during the season • served as backup to Baner on kickoffs and placements and began season as holder for Baner before giving way to Eric Enderson late in the season • biggest moment of the year came in comeback win over Towson when his onside kick in the final minute was recovered by Delaware's Rob Jones to set up the winning score in a 32-31 victory over the eventual national runners-up • play was his only kickoff attempt of the season • Colonial Athletic Association Academic Honor Roll recipient.
Earned first letter as team's No. 2 placekicker behind Baner • saw first career action in late-season win over Rhode Island when he kicked off three times and averaged 59 yards per kick • kicked a 32-yard field goal and converted an extra point in Blue-White Spring Game in April.
Did not see action for the Blue Hens and retained freshman eligibility.
Played football and soccer at La Costa Canyon High School • played football for head coach Sean Sovacool • team went 9-4 his final year • scored 66 points and had eight field goals as a senior • played forward in soccer and led team to 18-11 record as a senior.
Garrett Michael Greenway • born July 21, 1993 • honor student as an organizational leadership major with a minor in entrepreneurship at Delaware • son of Jim and Kim Greenway • enjoys surfing and playing soccer in his spare time • has two brothers and a sister • brother, Brad, was a first team All-Ivy kicker in 2011 as a senior at Cornell and became the school's career leader in kick scoring, field goals, and extra points, while becoming the first player in school history to lead the team in scoring four straight years • father has been his kicking coach.