UW's Reddick Receives Sixth Year from NCAA
April 25, 2002
Seattle - Washington senior wide receiver Patrick Reddick has been granted a sixth year of eligibility by the NCAA. Reddick enrolled at Washington in the fall of 1997 but missed the 1998 and 1999 seasons due to chronic knee problems, including cysts that had to be removed from both knees.
Reddick has appeared in 28 regular-season games and the 2001 Rose Bowl and the 2001 Holiday Bowl. During his career he has made 22 receptions for 365 yards and recorded two touchdowns.
The 2001 season has been Reddick's most productive. He caught 15 passes for 291 yards (19.4 average) and had a 75-yard touchdown reception against Arizona. Reddick also had a key 27-yard reception against the Wildcats to set up Washington's late game-winning touchdown.
A three-time letterman, Reddick is a native of Newbury Park, Calif.
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