|High School:||Loveland HS|
Convergys/GoThunderWolves.com Athlete of the Week, Oct. 20, 2008
2009 All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (First Team)
2009 National Football Foundation All-Colorado (First Team)
2010 All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (First Team)
2010 National Football Foundation All-Colorado (First Team)
2010 Daktronics Super Region 3 (Second Team)
2010 Little All-American (Third Team)
2010 Don Hansen's Football Gazette All-American
2010 NSCA Strength & Conditioning All-American
RMAC Offensive Player of the Week, Nov. 8, 2010
RMAC Offensive Player of the Week, Oct. 4, 2010
2010: Had a standout junior season for the Thunderwolves in 2010 rushing for 1391 yards and 14 touchdowns while starting in 10 games ... Lewis averaged 7.9 yards per rush (1st in the nation) and 139.1 yard per game (3rd in the nation) ... Had a season-high 239 yards on 18 carries for one touchdown vs. Western State on Nov. 6 ... Scored three touchdowns while rushing for 141 yards on 16 carries vs. New Mexico Highlands on Oct. 30 ... Had a season-long 83-yard run vs. Fort Lewis on Sep. 25 ... Combined with Jamaal Johnson to lead the nations 16th-best rushing attack ... Eclipsed 100-yards rushing in eight games for the Pack in 2010 ... Finished the season gaining 1453 all-purpose yards in 2010.
2009: Led the Thunderwolves in rushing in 2009 with 1,064 rushing yards on 165 carries with nine touchdowns ... Rushed for over 100 yards five times in 2009 all of them coming in the second half of the season ... Had a season-high 233 yards and three touchdowns vs. Western New Mexico on Oct. 31 ... Led the Thunderwolves with 1,382 all purpose yards in 2009 ... Caught 16 passes for 318 yards and three touchdowns, including a 96 yard touchdown pass vs. NW Oklahoma State on Sep. 5 ... Led the Pack in scoring with 12 touchdowns in 2009 ... Played in all 11 games while starting in 10 of them for the Pack in 2009.
2008: Played all 10 games at tailback, earning one start for the ThunderWolves in 2008 ... Ran for 178 yards on 56 carries, second on the team ... Burst onto the scene in a big way vs. Fort Lewis Sept. 13, gaining 63 yards, 41 of which coming on a game-breaking touchdown rumble ... Was the Pack's top kick returner, gaining 248 yards on 12 returns ... Accounted for 483 all-purpose yards, third most on the team ... Accumulated 136 all-purpose yards vs. Mesa State Oct. 11.
High School: Was all-state and all-area selection for Loveland High School in Loveland, Colo. as a senior ... Was an all-state, all-Colorado and all-area select for junior season ... Also competed in track and field ... Owns the 100 meter dash record for the Indians with a 10.59 time.
Personal: Foster son of Beth and Mark Waldman ... Has three siblings: Darlene, AJ and Wayne ... Enjoys lifting and playing with his dog ... Plans to major in business management with a minor in excercise science.