Record-setting talent who has developed into one of the Patriot League's most electrifying performers ... brings sprinter's speed to the slotback and kickoff return positions and is a threat to take it all the way on every touch ... very good at turning the corner on the option ... seems to have another gear once he gets through the line ... improving as a blocker ... also a very dangerous pass receiver ... hard worker in the offseason ... already owns school record for career kickoff return yards (2,107) ... owns five of the top 38-longest touchdowns in school history ... owns six of the top 10 single-game kickoff return marks ... enters 2009 three kickoff returns shy of school record ... competed with the Bison indoor track team in 2007-08 and performed very well ... tied the school record in the 60-meter dash (7.01) in the Patriot League Championship semifinals ... made the final, where he finished seventh ... won the 55-meter dash at the Bucknell Winter Classic and posted the eighth-fastest time in school history in that event. 2008 (Junior): First Team All-Patriot League selection as a return specialist for the second straight year ... Second Team All-Patriot League selection as a running back ... had an outstanding game against Lafayette where he had a record 100-yard kickoff return for a touchdown, broke the Bucknell single-game mark with 210 return yards and surpassed Dan Scocca's career standard ... ranked first in the Patriot League and tied for fourth nationally averaging 184.0 all-purpose yards per game ... ranked second in the Patriot League and 13th nationally in kickoff return average (26.3) ... had 285 all-purpose yards vs. Lafayette, the seventh-best single-game mark in program history ... 1,840 all-purpose yards ranked fourth on the single-season list that he tops with his 2007 total ... totaled 973 return yards, the second-best figure in program annals ... led team in rushing (484 yards) and ranked eighth in the Patriot League ... had a season-best 58-yard rush against Colgate ... season-high 98 yards came in opener vs. Duquesne ... second on team with 383 receiving yards ... 79-yard touchdown reception at Holy Cross ... earned team's George L. McGaughey Memorial Award as the outstanding player in the Lafayette game ... earned C. Dale Wolfe Recognition Award as the most inspirational player ... earned Captains Award along with Greg Jones, Kevin Mullen and Casey Williams ... was named a game captain four times ... team's Offensive Player of the Week following 45 rushing yards and 90 passing yards at Holy Cross ... earned team's Special Teams Player of the Week honor after contests with Colgate and Lafayette ... totaled 178 kickoff return yards against Raiders and 210 opposite Leopards ... also named Diversified Information Technologies Player of the Game after Lafayette contest ... also earned Patriot League Special Teams Player of the Week citation following Lafayette game. 2007 (Sophomore): Enjoyed a monster sophomore season, earning First Team All-Patriot League honors as a return specialist while breaking school single-season records for all-purpose yards and kickoff return yards ... became the first sophomore to garner the Lewisburg Touchdown Club Award as team MVP since Rich Lemon in 1994 ... 1,113 kickoff return yards broke Troy White's previous school mark by 360 yards ... averaged a league-best 25.9 yards per return ... rushed for a team-high 632 yards, averaging 6.2 yards per carry ... also caught 17 passes for a team-high 363 yards, an average of 21.4 yards per reception ... became the first Bison since Ken Jenkins in 1980 to lead the team in both rushing and receiving in the same season ... led the team with eight touchdowns (four receiving, three rushing, one kickoff return) ... had an incredible game at Colgate, when he became the first player in school history to score rushing (5 yards), receiving (19) and kickoff return touchdowns (92) in the same game ... all three of those scores came with Bucknell trailing by seven points ... earned the Keating-Rieu Award as the MVP of the Colgate game, as well as the Big Blue Award as the team's most valuable back or receiver ... 92-yard KO return at Colgate was the seventh-longest in program history ... also had an 80-yard TD run against Holy Cross and an 82-yard TD reception against Fordham, making him the first player in school history with three scores of 80 yards or longer in a career, much less a single season ... the 82-yard catch was the fifth-longest in school history ... finished season with 1,908 all-purpose yards, breaking Jenkins' 27-year-old school record of 1,884 ... topped 250 all-purpose yards three times: 260 vs. Duquesne, 251 vs. Stony Brook and 251 vs. Colgate ... Duquesne total was seventh-highest in program history ... averaged 173.5 all-purpose yards per game, second-best in Patriot League and 13th in the nation ... named Lewisburg Touchdown Club Special Teams Player of the Week after the Duquesne and Colgate games ... Patriot League Special Teams Player of the Week and Damon's Bison Athlete of the Week after the Colgate game ... named Diversified Information Technologies Player of the Game after the Stony Brook, Colgate and Holy Cross games. 2006 (Freshman): Slowed by a muscle pull in preseason camp, but made a big debut against nationally ranked Richmond in week four ... scored on a 36-yard touchdown run on his first collegiate carry ... had five carries for 57 yards in that game, then a week later carried four times for 82 yards and two more scores in a win at Marist ... reached the end zone from 35 yards out twice on consecutive carries in the second quarter ... made it four rushing TDs in four weeks with a 5-yard score against Penn ... clinched the 13-3 victory over Fordham with a 44-yard touchdown reception with 2:56 left in the game ... all told, played in eight games, starting six ... finished as the team's second-leading rusher with 441 yards on 58 carries ... averaged 7.6 yards per rush ... also caught six passes for 156 yards and a score ... touched the ball on 64 plays from scrimmage and averaged 9.3 yards with a team-high five touchdowns ... named Patriot League Rookie of the Week and Diversified Information Technologies Player of the Game following the Marist win ... named Lewisburg Touchdown Club Scout Team Player of the Week after the Cornell game ... ranked second on the team in rushing yards, receiving yards and all-purpose yards. Blair Academy: 2005 graduate of Saint Raphael Academy and member of Class of 2006 at Blair Academy in Blairstown, N.J. ... four-year letterman and team captain in both football and track ... named Gatorade Player of the Year and Rhode Island Player of the Year ... all-state selection ... all-academic selection ... 2006 indoor track state champion in 55-meter dash. Personal: Full name is Ajaynue Kizekai ... born Dec. 1, 1986 in Monrovia ... son of Yassah Kizekai ... has five siblings -- Kevin Topka and Memeh, Lavaley, Abayami and Kimeh Kizekai ... double major in economics and sociology.
Kizekai's Career Rush/Receiving Statistics
Kizekai's Career KOR/All-Purpose Statistics