Robert McCabe breaks his own GU single-season tackles record
Jeremy Moore's record-breaking day not enough in Hoyas loss
Post-Game Davidson and Looking Forward to Wagner
Hoyas return 17 starters and look to build on 2011 campaign
New WR coach Michael Neuberger expects physical play from one of the team's deepest units
2009: Appeared in three games as a freshman.
High School: Played four years of football and baseball at W.T. Woodson High School ... Named football MVP two years out of the four at W.T. Woodson, named second team all-region wide receiver, corner back, first team all-district special teams in 2008 and first team all-district wide receiver from 2007-08 ... Captained the W.T. Woodson football team for two years ... He played in 11 games his senior year in which he had 50 receptions for 909 yards, 15 touchdowns (two off of kickoff returns and one off of a punt return), 42 tackles, two interceptions, and 14 pass breakups ...Coached by Trey Taylor at W.T. Woodson.
Personal: Son of Robert and Victoria Waizenegger ... Born on February 2, 1991 in Alexandria, Va. ... Has a 12 year old sister, Maddie ... Graduated high school with a 3.5 overall GPA ... Is a member of Habitat for Humanity ... Enjoys lifting, movies and his computer ... Lists participating in his senior-year homecoming game (where he scored three touchdowns) as his most thrilling moment in his athletic career ... Favorite pro team is the Washington Redskins and favorite pro player is Michael Jordan ... Plans to major in business.