Honors: 2009 - Named 1st team All-Sun Belt by the league's coaches and media ... Named 1st team All-Sun Belt by Phil Steele ... Voted 1st team All-Sun Belt by Rivals.com ... Earned the most improved award and the most improved strength training award for specialists at the conclusion of spring drills ... Named Sun Belt Conference Special Teams Player of the Week on Sept. 21 ... Named a semi-finalist for the 2009 Lou Groza Award ... 2008 - Named to the Daily News Journal All-Sun Belt Freshman Team ... Voted to the Rivals.com Sun Belt All-Freshman team.
Career Rankings: Sixth in extra points made, seventh in field goals made, seventh in points scored by a kicker.
2009: Played in all 13 games as the team's primary place-kicker ... Had 11 winning grades from the coaching staff ... Finished the year ranked 21st nationally in field goals made, 29th in field goal percentage, and 31st in scoring ... Connected on 18 of 22 field goals and 50 of 51 extra points during the season ... Set school records for field goals made (18), total points (104), and consecutive made field goals (12) ... Scored seven points on a field goal and four extra points against Memphis ... Scored eight points and hit two field goals, including the game-winner from 19 yards with no time remaining against Maryland ... Hit three field goals, including a career long 48 yarder, in win over North Texas while scoring 13 points ... Made both his field goal attempts against Mississippi State to account for the team's only points ... Connected on both his field goals and scored 14 points in win over WKU ... Made his first two field goals (46, 23) at FAU before seeing his streak of 12 in a row come to an end with a miss from 46 yards ... Finished FAU game with nine points ... Made both his field goals (33, 21) and scored 12 points in win over FIU ... Hit two field goals and had one blocked on his way to 10 points against Louisiana ... Had eight points against ASU to break the single-season scoring record by kickers at MT and his one field goal tied the single-season mark for three-pointers in a season ... Became the single-season record holder with a 40-yard field goal at ULM.
2008: Served as the primary placekicker for all 12 games ... Connected on 10 of 14 field goals for the year and made all 32 of his extra points ... Was second on the team in scoring with 62 points ... Earned eight winning grades from the coaches ... Made his only field goal attempt (22 yards) and both extra points in his first collegiate game against Troy ... Missed a 48-yard attempt against Maryland but came back to nail a 31-yard kick ... Missed a 25-yard field goal at Kentucky that banged off the right upright ... Made the game-clinching PAT with no time remaining to secure Middle Tennessee's 14-13 win over FAU on national television ... Made two field goals against FIU, including a 37 yarder ... Connected on a 42-yard field goal against Louisville to give the Blue Raiders a halftime lead ... Hit a career-best three field goals and scored 10 points against Mississippi State ... Hit a career-best 44-yard field goal in win over ULM ... His 28-yard field goal against North Texas was his eighth straight made three-pointer which tied the school record ... He also matched his personal-best with 10 points in the victory over UNT ... Saw his streak of eight straight made field goals come to an end in the season finale at Louisiana when he missed a 46 yarder into a stiff wind.
High School: A first team all-state selection as a junior and senior ... Also earned all-district, all-area, and all-Central Florida as a junior and senior ... Selected to play in Central Florida All-Star game ... Connected on 14 of 16 field goals and 27 of 30 extra points as a senior ... Made 16 of 19 field goals and all 15 extra points as a junior ... Owns a career-long field goal of 57 yards and also connected from 55 yards (hit a 67 yarder in practice) ... Is Orangewood's all-time leading scorer in football and the first player to sign a Division I scholarship in school history ... Appeared on the cover of RISE Magazine in December 2007 (other prep stars to appear on the cover includes Lebron James, Dwight Howard, and Amare Stoudemire) ... An accomplished soccer player who became the state's all-time goals scored leader in 2007 ... Named the Orlando Sentinel Soccer Player of the Year in 2006, 2007, and 2008 ... Named all-state four years in a row ... Lettered three years in football and five years in soccer ... Played football for Coach Jim Ceccarelli.
Full Name: Alan Scott Gendreau ... Parents: Art and Cathy Gendreau... Born: 5/27/89 ... Major: Undecided.