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University of Miami Athletics
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Jose Borregales

position

Kicker

Height

5-10

Weight

205 lbs.

Class

Redshirt Senior

Hometown

Miami, Fla.

Previous School

FIU

High School

Booker T. Washington

2020 (Redshirt Senior): Made Miami debut in season opener against UAB (Sept. 10), connecting on lone field goal attempt from 25 yards…Went 4-for-4 on extra point attempts against Blazers…Named ACC Specialist of the Week after standout performance at Louisville (Sept. 19), finishing 4-for-4 on field goals in win over top-20 Cardinals…Tied program record with 57-yard field goal – longest field goal in Cardinal Stadium history – and tied stadium record with four field goals made…Also connected on field goals from 48, 22 and 40 yards…Hit from 30 yards out in lone field goal attempt in romp of rival Florida State (Sept. 26)…Connected on 42-yard field goal in lone attempt at top-ranked Clemson (Oct. 10).

Before Miami: All-time leading scorer at FIU with 281 career points…Redshirted first season at FIU (2016) and served as team’s starting kicker for next three years (2017-19)…Finished 21 of 29 in final season with Panthers and converted all 40 extra point attempts…Connected on three of four attempts of 50-plus yards and finished 10-for-11 on attempts from 40-plus yards in 2019…Named Lou Groza Award finalist for nation’s top kicker in 2018, finishing 14 of 18 on field goals and 54 of 55 on extra points…Connected on 15 of 18 field goal attempts in 2017 and went 40-for-40 on extra points.

High School: Named a Florida Class 4A First-Team All-State selection…Listed as a First-Team All-Dade selection in 2015 and a three-time all-county selection overall (2013, 2014, 2015)…A 2015 Kohl’s All-America Honorable Mention…Converted 13-of-14 field goals and 48-of-51 extra point attempts for Booker T. Washington High School under Head Coach Earl Tillman…Averaged 39.5 yards-per-punt…Took 72 kickoffs with 60 touchbacks…Helped the Tornadoes to their fourth-straight 4A state title with a 42-23 win over Jacksonville Raines.