Pac-12 Performance Awards, presented by Nextiva – Football Week 13

SAN FRANCISCO – The Pac-12 right this moment introduced its 2022 soccer season’s thirteenth and closing weekly efficiency awards, presented by Nextiva. See under for Week 13’s recognitions throughout the Conference and preserve monitor of the 2022 Offensive Player of the Year watchlist right here:

OFFENSE: Michael Penix Jr., Jr., QB, Washington (Tampa, Fla.)

  • Led the Huskies to an exciting, 51-33 win at Washington State to convey the Apple Cup again to Seattle, passing for 3 touchdowns whereas speeding for two extra. Penix completed the sport 25-for-43 for 484 yards, 3 TD passes and 1 interception, whereas speeding for 34 yards and a pair of touchdowns on 2 carries (the two carries had been a 30-yard TD and a 4-yard TD).
  • Penix’s 484 yards had been 2nd most in UW historical past, 2nd solely to his 516 earlier this yr vs. Arizona
  • Led Washington to 703 yards of complete offense, and was simply 11 yards shy of his personal UW single-recreation file for complete offense (524, vs. Arizona).
  • Became simply the 2nd Husky ever to cross for greater than 4,000 yards in a season and heads into the UW’s bowl recreation with 4,354 yards, simply 105 shy of Cody Pickett’s 20-yr outdated file.
  • Against WSU, Penix threw TD passes of 26, 47 and 75 yards, with the final of these approaching the first scrimmage play of the 2nd half.
  • third time this season profitable the award, becoming a member of Oregon’s Bo Nix as the one 3-time winners this season. First Husky to win Offensive Player of the Week 3 occasions in the identical season since RB Corey Dillon in 1996.

Also nominated: Caleb WilliamsQB, USC; Michael WileyRB, Arizona; Ja’Quinden JacksonRB, Utah; Damien MartinezRB, Oregon State; Dorian Thompson-RobinsonQB, UCLA

Check out the 2022 Offensive Player of the Year Watchlist, presented by Nextiva, to be taught extra.

DEFENSE: Kitan Oladapo, RS Jr., DB, Oregon State (Happy Valley, Ore.)

  • Led Oregon State with a profession-finest 17 tackles within the 38-34 win over Oregon Saturday. He added half a sort out for loss within the 2nd quarter on a third and 12.
  • His 17 tackles are tied for the second most by a Pac-12 participant this season.
  • His earlier finest was 15 towards Fresno State earlier this season when he was named the Pac-12’s Defensive Player of the Week.
  • The 17 tackles are additionally the third most nationally by a defensive again this season.
  • 2nd time this season profitable this award and the 4th time this season an Oregon State defensive again has been honored. The final time Oregon State had collectively received 4 Defensive Player of the Week awards in the identical season was in 2008.

Also nominated: Jaxen TurnerS, Arizona; Sione VakiS, Utah; Calen BullockDB, USC;

SPECIAL TEAMS: Cade (*13*), RS So., OLB, Oregon State (Sacramento, Calif.)

  • Blocked a punt by Oregon within the 2nd quarter of the Beavers’ 38-34 win over the Ducks Saturday.
  • While Oregon State didn’t rating after recovering the block, it saved Oregon from pinning the Beavers deep inside their territory because the Ducks punted from OSU’s 39. Oregon didn’t rating on its subsequent drive.
  • 1st Oregon State participant to be named Special Teams Player of the Week since TE Luke Musgrave final season who additionally had a blocked punt.

Also nominated: Joshua CartyOkay, Stanford; Jack Landherr IVLS, UCLA

OFFENSIVE LINE: Henry Bainivalu, Sr., RG, Washington (Sammamish, Wash.)

  • Led Washington’s stellar offensive line because the Huskies closed out the common season with a 51-33 win at Washington State, wrapping up a ten-2 common season. Washington’s offense rolled for 703 yards of complete offense, the third-highest complete in class historical past, and second-most (by simply 1 yard) towards a convention opponent.
  • Huskies handed for 484 yards and three touchdowns whereas speeding for 218 yards and 4 scores.
  • The Husky line not solely didn’t enable a quarterback sack, however the UW didn’t give up a single sort out for loss to the Cougars.
  • third totally different Washington offensive lineman to earn this honor this season with Troy Fautanu in Week 3 and Corey Luciano in Week 11. Prior to this season, Washington had solely received the award as soon as because it was created previous to the 2019 season with Luke Wattenberg profitable in 2020

Also nominated: Brandon Kipper, RG, Oregon State; Atonio MafiLG, UCLA; Keaton BillsLG, Utah; Jonah SavaiinaeaRG, Arizona; Brett NeilonC, USC

DEFENSIVE LINE: Jeremiah Martin, Sr., EDGE, Washington (San Bernardino, Calif.)

  • Led a Husky protection that stiffened over the course of the 51-33 Apple Cup win over Washington State, serving to to carry the Cougars to only 6 factors within the 2nd half.
  • Martin led the strain on the WSU QB, ending the sport with two quarterback sacks for losses of twenty-two yards, with a pressured fumble, amongst his 3 complete tackles.
  • Washington notched 6 sacks as a crew, and restricted WSU to only 129 yards within the closing 2 quarters.
  • 2nd time profitable this award this season (Week 7) with teammate Bralen Trice additionally profitable in Week 8.

Also nominated: Jalen HarrisDL, Arizona; Sione LoloheaDL, Oregon State; Tuli Tuipulotu, DL, USC; Gabe ReidDE, Utah

FRESHMAN: Damien Martinez, Fr., RB, Oregon State (Lewisville, Texas)

  • Totaled 103 yards on the bottom within the win over Oregon, and have become the primary Beaver since Steven Jackson in 2003 to tally 6 consecutive 100-yard efforts.
  • His final rush was a 43-yarder late within the third quarter with Oregon State trailing 31-10. The Beavers scored on the drive and completed with 28 of the sport’s closing 31 factors.
  • Averaged 6.9 yards per rush.
  • Now third within the Pac-12 with 970 speeding yards this season and is inside placing distance of the 18th 1,000-yard season in OSU historical past and 4th by a freshman.
  • Ranks 2nd nationally amongst freshmen for complete speeding yards.
  • Back-to-again weeks and third time profitable this season, additionally taking house the honors in Week 8. Joins Cal RB Jaydn Ott as the one 3-time winners this season.

Also nominated: Jacob ManuLB, Arizona; Sione VakiS, Utah; TJ HardenRB, UCLA; Raleek BrownRB, USC

date Offensive Defensive Special Teams Offensive
Line
Defensive Line Freshman
Sept. 6 Jayden from Laura, Arizona Jaydon Grant, Oregon State Carter Brown, Arizona State Brandon Kipper, Oregon State Jalen Harris, Arizona Jayden Ott, California
Sept. 12 Caleb Williams, USC Kitan Oladapo, Oregon State Renard Bell, Washington State Jarrett Kingston, Washington State Tuli Tuipulotu, USC Jayden Ott, California
Sept. 19 Michael Penix Jr., Washington Daiyan Henley, Washington State Nicholas Barr-Mira, UCLA Troy Fautanu, Washington Hunter Echols, Arizona & Brandon Dorlus, Oregon Ja’Lynn Polk, Washington
Sept. 26 Jayden Ott, California Laiatu Latu, UCLA Peyton Henry, Washington Ben Coleman, California Mase Funa, Oregon Jayden Ott, California
October 3 Dorian Thompson-Robinson, UCLA Clark Phillips III, Utah Joshua Carty, Stanford TJ Bass, Oregon Brandon Dorlus, Oregon Teahouse in McMillan, Arizona
October 10 Dorian Thompson-Robinson, UCLA Tuli Tuipulotu, USC Carter Brown, Arizona State TJ Bass, Oregon Tuli Tuipulotu, USC Jaylen Jenkins, Washington State
October 17 Cameron Rising, Utah Jonathan McGill, Stanford Joshua Carty, Stanford Braeden Daniels, Utah Jeremiah Martin, Washington Teahouse in McMillan, Arizona
October 24 Bo Nix, Oregon Alex Austin, Oregon State Joshua Carty, Stanford Alex Forsyth, Oregon Bralen Trice, Washington Damien Martinez, Oregon State
October 31 Bo Nix, Oregon Bryson Shaw, USC Jordyn Tyson, Colorado Malaesala Aumavae-Laulu, Oregon DJ Johnson, Oregon Jordyn Tyson, Colorado
Nov. 7 Bo Nix, Oregon Christian Gonzalez, Oregon Peyton Henry, Washington Jon Gaines II, UCLA Tuli Tuipulotu, USC Jaden Hicks, Washington State
Nov. 14 Michael Penix Jr., Washington Tuli Tuipulotu, USC Peyton Henry, Washington Corey Luciano, Washington Brennan Jackson, Washington State Jacob Manu, Arizona
Nov. 21 Caleb Williams, USC Bennett Williams, Oregon Joshua Carty, Stanford Andrew Vorhees, USC Tuli Tuipulotu, USC Damien Martinez, Oregon State
Nov. 28 Michael Penix Jr., Washington Kitan Oladapo, Oregon State Cade (*13*), Oregon State Henry Bainivalu, Washington Jeremiah Martin, Washington Damien Martinez, Oregon State

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