Christian Fanning of Eastern Washington Football is excited about the chances of the Eastern Washington University Eagles as they head into the new college football season. The team is the top pick in the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision by three national publications, including The Sporting News.

The 2014 season is Christian Fanning of Eastern Washington Football’s second year as an Eagle. His goal is to be the team’s first-string kicker, and based on his record he has an excellent chance of realizing that goal. “Christian is a very solid kicker,” said one of his former coaches. “He gets the ball up quickly and has excellent height on his kicks…Strong kickoffs.”

Christian Fanning of Eastern Washington Football has a great chance to be seen by a national television audience this season. The Eagles’ opener against Sam Houston State will be carried by ESPN, and the Root Sports Network will be carrying four Eastern Washington University football games.

As Christian Fanning of Eastern Washington Football knows only too well, the Eagles are coming off two straight Big Sky Conference titles. They have appeared in the FCS semifinals for the last two years, and have three All-American players returning for another year, including quarterback Vernon Adams.

Eastern Washington University Head Coach Beau Baldwin says it’s a compliment to be ranked so highly before the season begins, but he doesn’t want to make too much of it. Like any coach, you’re more concerned with the postseason,” he says, “and that’s definitely the case with us.”

Christian Fanning of Eastern Washington Football says that he thrives under pressure, and is hoping there is going to be a lot of it in the coming college football season.

Christian Fanning of Eastern Washington Football is a place kicker for the Eagles football team, who are the unanimous preseason choice of three national publications in the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision. The team opens its season on August 23 with a home game against Sam Houston State. The game will be television live on ESPN.

Coaches who have seen Christian Fanning of Eastern Washington Football over the years say he is a solid kicker who gets excellent height on his kicks. He was a star kicker for Cathedral Catholic High School in San Diego. He says that his goal at Eastern Washington University is to become the starting placekicker and kickoff specialist, and contribute to the Eagles’ winning an FCS National Championship. The team is heading into the new season with two consecutive Big Sky Conference titles, and back-to-back appearances in the FCS semifinals.

As a senior at Cathedral Catholic, Christian Fanning of Eastern Washington Football impressed coaches and fans alike by once hitting a fifty-one yard field goal, the longest of his high school career. He also had field goals of forty-five and forty-three yards that season. He earned first team All-Eastern League honors in 2012, and as a senior, he made 8-of-11 field goal attempts. He also converted 37-of-40 point after touchdown attempts.

Christian Fanning of Eastern Washington Football is currently studying Fitness and Sports Medicine.

Christian Fanning of Eastern Washington Football has been blessed with considerable athletic skills. He is an outstanding place kicker who has great accuracy, and is also strong on his kickoffs.

But while he possesses great natural talent, Christian Fanning of Eastern Washington Football has worked hard to develop his skills. He had great coaching when he was a student at Cathedral Catholic High School in his hometown of San Diego, California. But he got additional great coaching through his participation in The Kicking System, a football and soccer kicking academybased in San Diego that provides football and soccer kicking services to athletes across the country.

Christian Fanning of Eastern Washington Football spent several years working closely with TKS coaches and, in particular during 2012, which was his junior year at Cathedral Catholic. Christian Fanning of Eastern Washington Football had already demonstrated great abilities as a kicker and his coaches were sure he was destined for greater things. Because of that, the TKS staffers said they were honored to be working with him again.“Christian, who has been working on his field goals from the ground, hit a few 50 yard kicks,” one of the coaches said in describing that day. “Still working on his overall contact, we proceeded to work on [the] depth of his plant foot, [the] angle of his kicking foot, and staying more straight up to keep his hips in line and square.

Christian Fanning of Eastern Washington Football has evolved into a much better kicker in the two years since that day, and he is confident he can take it to the next level. His goal, he says, is to become the starting placekicker and kickoff specialist for the Eagles.

Christian Fanning of Eastern Washington Football knows that he has abilities many don’t have, and that he is very fortunate to be a gifted young athlete. Christian Fanning of Eastern Washington Football is a kicker who is currently playing in the EWU football program, in Cheney, Washington.

Christian Fanning of Eastern Washington Football has never taken his good fortune for granted. He has been active in community service since his days as a middle school student in his hometown of San Diego, California, when he first got involved in Teen Volunteers in Action. Teen Volunteers in Action, or TVIA, is a San Diego Philanthropy Organization for teen boys in grades seven through twelve. The purpose of TVIA is exclusively educational and charitable. Christian Fanning of Eastern Washington Football has volunteered 120 hours of his time to TVIA, in such worthy activities as serving the homeless, distributing and sorting food at local food banks, working with physically and emotionally handicapped people, participating in neighborhood, beach, and park cleanups, and working with foster care youth, refugees, and seniors. From 8th through 12th grade, Christian Fanning of Eastern Washington Football was also involved in TVIA’s Leadership Council.

Christian Fanning of Eastern Washington Football has also volunteered his time to the Corazon de Vida Foundation in Mexico. He has worked at an orphanage, bringing needed supplies to the residents and entertaining the children, and has participated in “building a home in a day” for a needy, homeless family.

When he isn’t honing his skills as a place kicker, Christian Fanning of Eastern Washington Football studies Fitness and Sports Medicine.

Christian Fanning of Eastern Washington Football has worked for years to perfect his skills as a field goal kicker. He is currently playing in the Eastern Washington University football program and couldn’t be more proud of being an Eagle.

Christian Fanning of Eastern Washington Football hails from San Diego, California, where he was a standout player for the Cathedral Catholic High School Dons. He was named the San Diego Section Player of the Week in November 2011, The Kicking System High School Field Goal winner in February of 2012 and earned First Team All Eastern League honors in 2012. Christian Fanning of Eastern Washington Football also placed second in Kickoffs at the Colorado State University Kicking Camp.

But for Christian Fanning of Eastern Washington Football, life is not just about what happens on the gridiron. For six years, he participated in Teen Volunteers In Action (TVIA), a San Diego Philanthropy Organization for teenaged boys. The purpose of TVIA is exclusively educational and charitable. Christian Fanning of Eastern Washington Football was active in TVIA from seventh grade through twelfth grade. The TVIA organization is committed to developing community leaders through a structured program of volunteerism, philanthropy, and personal development. By the time he graduated from Cathedral Catholic High School in 2013, Christian Fanning of Eastern Washington Football has volunteered 120 hours of service to TVIA.

In the meantime, he has continued to develop his skills as a placekicker, and his coaches are convinced he has what it takes to play in one of the major college football programs. “I like competition and thrive when under pressure,” Christian Fanning of Eastern Washington Football says. “My goal is to be the starting placekicker and kickoff specialist for the Eagles and contribute to the team winning an FCS National Championship.”

Christian Fanning of Eastern Washington Football is a promising player in the EWU football program, whose goal is to take his game to the next level.

Christian Fanning of Eastern Washington Football is a promising young kicker. He has been called a solid kicker who gets the ball up quickly, and with excellent height and distance. He is steady in successful point after attempts, has great accuracy with field goals, and is strong on kickoffs. He demonstrated his abilities over and over while playing for Cathedral Catholic High School. In short, Christian Fanning of Eastern Washington Football can deliver the goods.

Christian Fanning of Eastern Washington Football is constantly working to improve his kicking game. Part of his training is the coaching he received at The Kicking System, a kicking academy in his hometown of San Diego. “Over the course of the last few months, TKS has had the honor of working with Christian Fanning, the next kicker to come out of powerhouse Cathedral Catholic High School,” a TKS coach blogged during a 2012 training session. “We are…thankful for his loyalty, as Christian has been working with TKS since his Pop Warner days at Torrey Pines Pop Warner.”

Christian Fanning of Eastern Washington Football dreams of becoming the starting placekicker and kickoff specialist for the Eagles and contributing to the team winning an FCS National Championship. “My goal,” he says simply, “is to help Eastern Washington become national champions.”

Christian Fanning of Eastern Washington Football is a kicker in the EWU Eagles football program. He has shown great leg strength, and while still in high school was making fifty-plus yard field goals with plenty of room to spare. Christian Fanning of Eastern Washington Football says he would like to become the starting placekicker and kickoff specialist for the Eagles and contribute to the team winning an FCS National Championship, and there are coaches who say he has the leg strength and kicking skills to do it.

Christian Fanning of Eastern Washington Football knows that he is lucky to possess the athletic abilities that set him apart from most of his peers. And he has never hesitated to give back to the community. From the seventh grade through twelfth grade, was a member of Teen Volunteers In Action (TVIA), a San Diego Philanthropy Organization for teen boys. The purpose of TVIA is exclusively educational and charitable. Teen Volunteers In Action is an organization of young men who, together with their families, are committed to developing community leaders through a structured program of volunteerism, philanthropy, and personal development. TVIA volunteer activities involve active, hands-on service in the community.

Christian Fanning of Eastern Washington Football donated 120 hours of his time to TVIA. From the eighth through twelfth grades, he was also a member of its Leadership Council.

Christian Fanning of Eastern Washington Football also volunteered his time to the Corazon de Vida Foundation in Mexico. He worked at an orphanage in Mexico, bringing needed supplies to the residents there and entertaining the children. He also participated in “building a home in a day” for a needy, homeless family in Mexico.