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'12 All-Time Record S. Game Passing TDs (12)
'12 AFL Top Redzone Offense
‘’11 Northwest Professional Athlete of the Year
'10 AFL ArenaBowl National Champion
'10 All-Time Recrd ArenaBowl S.Game TDs (10)
'10 AFL League Leader in TDs (130 TD's)
'09 All-Time Record AF2 Passing Yards (4,600)
'08 AF2 Offensive League MVP
'06 Arena Cup National Champion
'06 Arena Cup MVP
Rowley Breaks Arena Bowl Touchdowns Record (10) Named MVP
Kyle Rowley, named the game’s Most Valuable Player, passed for 237 yards and an ArenaBowl-record ten touchdowns. The Shock scored on their first 10 possessions. The only time they didn’t score was when they ran out the remaining seconds in the fourth quarter.
“Total team effort,” Rowley said. “There’s no line distinguishing our offense and our defense, and I mean that literally. People went from offense to defense and vice versa, our kicker (Taylor Rowan) makes tackles. It’s not about positions; it’s about being a team and focusing on a goal.” Full Article
Rowley Honored by AFL Breaks All-Time AFL TD Record (12 TDs)
Nobody in the Arena Football League's 25-year history had done what Spokane Shock and former Brown football quarterback Kyle Rowley '01 did Saturday night. His 12 touchdown passes were an Arena Football League record. The Shock kept their playoff hopes alive, beating the host SaberCats 90-63 in AFL action. Rowley and Jeffery Soloman hooked up on a 45-yard TD play late in the fourth quarter as Rowley set the AFL record as the Shock avenged a 69-35 loss on March 30 to the SaberCats (9-6). Rowley was 30 for 37 with 392 yards in the record-setting performance.
"They played extremely well against us last time." Shock coach Andy Olson said earlier in the week. "We didn't have Kyle then."
Rowley Named Offensive Player of the Year
Arkansas Twisters’ quarterback Kyle Rowley is the arenafootball2 player of the year, as selected by af2 head coaches and media members. Rowley, who led the Spokane Shock to the af2 title in 2006, led the Twisters to an 11-5 regular season record. He started all 16 games, completing 68 percent of his passes (379-557) for 4,393 yards and 89 touchdowns. For his career, Rowley ranks among the league’s all-time leaders in completion percentage (3rd – 66.7) and completions (10th – 1,138).
Rowley Breaks Record in 72-48 Win Over Former Team After Trade
On Saturday night, the Thunder celebrated in a variety of ways. The greatest gift of the evening, however, came through Thunder QB Kyle Rowley's seven touchdowns, setting Portland up for a 72-48 victory over the Jacksonville Sharks in front of 7,123 fans at ModaCenter Saturday evening. The 72 points set a franchise record of points scored in a single game, as well as the franchise record for victory by margin, with 24. Rowley led the charge completing 75.9% of his passes, totaling 235 yards. "We need to expect to win. ... That's how you do it." stated the veteran signal-caller. Full Article
"Kyle provided me with steps to becoming a great player through preparation & determination."
- Nick Andreozzi, Gatorade Player of the Year RI, State Championship MVP.