As of Saturday night, the NCAA has a new career leader in made field goals, and his name is Zane Gonzalez.
The Arizona State kicker firmly placed himself in the annals of NCAA history when he connected from 46 yards in the fourth quarter of Saturday’s game against UCLA to put the Sun Devils up 23-13. Gonzalez leapfrogged Florida State’s Dustin Hopkins for first on the all-time list, according to Kyle Bonagura of ESPN.
“You’re talking about a monumental accomplishment there,” Sun Devils head coach Todd Graham said, speaking of his nationally accomplished kicker. “I’m proud of Zane. That’s huge.”
For his career, Gonzalez has made 89-of-111 field-goat attempts, good for an 80.2 percent success rate.
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