Caleb Berry
Caleb Berry


Needville, Texas

High School:
Needville HS

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 205



2014 Second-Team All-Southland Conference; 2013 Honorable Mention All-SLC

-School's All-Time Leading Passer

-Owns LU single-game, season and career marks for completions, passing yards, yards of total offense and touchdown passes

-After setting the single-season records for completions, passing yards, yards of total offense and touchdown passes as a junior, Berry closed out his career by setting new single-season records for touchdown passes, passing yards and yards of total offense in 2014.

-Named to the CFPA National Performer of the Year Watch List (2014)

-2014 Second-Team All-Southland Conference

-2013 Second-Team College Sports Madness All-Southland Conference

-2013 Honorable Mention All-Southland Conference

-2014 FCS ADA Academic All-Star team

-2014 Academic All-Southland Conference

2014 Season (Senior): A 2014 second-team All-Southland Conference selection ... A 2014 Academic All-Southland Conference selection ... Named to the 2014 FCS ADA Academic All-Star team ... Set single-season school records for passing yards, yards of total offense, and touchdown passes ... Finished the season completing 269-of-459 passes with only 13 interceptions ... Threw for 3,709 yards and 33 touchdowns ... Also carried the ball 96 times for 226 yards and a score ... Led the Southland and finished fourth nationally in passing touchdowns ... Led the conference and finished second nationally in passing yards ... Led the league and finished the season ranked seventh nationally in points responsible for ... Had seven games where he passed for at least 300 yards ... Was named Southland Conference Offensive Player of the Week for his performance in the victory over Grambling State ... Completed 27-of-45 passes for 389 yards and five touchdowns against the Tigers ... Also carried the ball 10 times for 15 yards against GSU ... Completed 30 passes for 379 yards and three scores in the win over Mississippi College ... Also had five rushes for 40 yards against MC ... Completed 23 passes for 316 yards and two scores in the come-from-behind victory at Abilene Christian ... Completed 27 passes for 330 and two scores in the win over Nicholls ... Completed 15-of-22 (.682) passes for 391 yards and a school-record seven touchdowns in the record-setting victory over Houston Baptist ... The TD pass that gave Berry the single-game passing record was also the same pass that gave receiver Mark Roberts the career touchdown receptions record ... Berry followed that up with a single-game school record 43 completions for a single-game school record 554 yards passing and two touchdowns the following week at Central Arkansas ... Also set the single-game school record for yards of total offense against the Bears (554 passing yards and 37 rushing yards) ... Closed out his collegiate career by leading Lamar to its first-ever win over a nationally ranked opponent (rival McNeese State) since the program's return ... Berry completed 27 passes for 327 yards and two scores against the Cowboys ... He also rushed for 91 yards in the victory over McNeese State.

2013 (Junior): An honorable mention All-Southland selection ... Received second-team all-conference honors according to College Sports Madness ... Played in and started all 12 games ... Recorded the best single-season performance by an LU signal caller in school history by completing 295 passes (62 percent) for 3,332 yards and 32 touchdowns and only eight interceptions ... Also recorded 3,492 yards of total offense ... Also carried the ball 108 times for 160 yards ... Passed for more than 300 yards on five separate occasions ... Completed 17 passes for 256 yards and a school-record six touchdowns in the season opener ... Also carried the ball three times for 74 yards against Oklahoma Panhandle State ... Was 31-for-49 (.633) for a career-high 399 yards and two scores in the come-from-behind win over Grambling State ... Added 39 yards rushing against the Tigers ... Completed 30 passes for 313 yards and three scores against Central Arkansas ... Was 26-of-41 (.634) for 299 yards and four TDs at Southeastern Louisiana ... Completed 28-of-37 (.757) passes for 329 yards and five scores against Nicholls State ... Also carried the ball 10 times for 31 yards against the Colonels ... Was named College Sports Madness SLC Player of the Week for his efforts ... Ended the season with consecutive 300-yard passing games ... Completed a school-record 43 passes for 393 yards and three touchdowns in the come-from-behind victory over Stephen F. Austin ... Was rewarded for his effort against SFA by earning SLC Offensive Player of the Week honors ... Closed out the season by completed 21 passes for 330 yards, and four touchdowns, in a near upset of No. 6 McNeese State.

2012: Played in eight games with six starts ... Finished 76-of-146 (52.1 percent) on the year for 663 yards with five touchdown passes and five interceptions ... Was 18-of-36 for a season-high 180 yards and two touchdowns at Northwestern State (10/6) in his first career start ... Passed for 105 yards with three touchdowns in 52-21 win over McMurry (10/13) ... Ran for 70 yards on four carries, including a 16-yard touchdown, in 34-24 win over Nicholls (11/10) ... Added a season-long 28-yard run against the Colonels ... Had a 7-yard touchdown run at Central Arkansas (10/20) ... Recorded 38 rushing yards on the season.

2011: Played in three games as a redshirt freshman ... Completed 16-of-23 passes (69.6 percent) for 150 yards against McNeese State (11/19) ... Hit Jesse Sparks for a 12-yard touchdown pass against the Cowboys ... Completed a 17-yard pass to J.J. Hayes late in the fourth quarter against McNeese to give Hayes his 14th catch of the game, a single game school record for receptions ... Added a 13-yard run against the Cowboys ... Completed a 36-yard pass to Hayes for his longest of the season ... Was one of four Lamar quarterbacks to play in the season-opening 58-0 win over Texas College ... Had one carry for two yards against the Steers.

2010: Redshirted

High School: Three-year letterman in football and basketball and two-year letterman in baseball at Needville High School ... Was the District 26-3A Offensive MVP as a senior as well as earning first-team all-district honors at quarterback, defensive back and punter ... Completed 86 of 160 passes for 1,349 yards and 15 touchdowns while throwing only one interception ... Added 114 rushing yards and six more TDs on the ground ... On the defensive side, accumulated 98 tackles, including 36 solos ... Had three interceptions and caused two fumbles ... Also handled punting and kicking duties, averaging 32 yards per punt with a long of 50 and kicking 29 extra points and one field goal ... Selected to the 2009 Texas High School Coaches Association Academic All-State Team ... Was a three-year Academic All-District 26-3A selection.

Personal: Caleb Logan Berry was born on Dec. 24, 1991, in Houston, Texas ... Son of Sterling and JoAnn Berry ... Father Sterling Berry played baseball at Lamar ... Major is kinesiology.


Lamar Trio Named Academic All-Southland

Berry earns FCS ADA Academic All-Star team selection


Eleven Cardinals Earn All-Southland Recognition

Senior receiver Mark Roberts garners first-team recognition


Cardinals upset No. 17 Cowboys, 27-24

Carranco drills game-winner with time winding down


Cardinals Defeat UIW, Secure Winning Season

Mark Roberts becomes first Cardinal to record 1,000 receiving yards in a season


Lamar Falls in Overtime at Central Arkansas

Reggie Begelton becomes LU all-time receptions leader




The Big Red SN Guys: Lamar at McNeese Chalk Talk 2

(BEAUMONT, TX) The Big Red SN Guys, Jordan and Wesley, deliver their last Chalk Talk of the season - recapping the big win over #17 McNeese State 27-24 and the season as a whole.


Flight Plan::Football

The Lamar Cardinals (7-4 OVR) (4-3 SLC) head to Cowboy Stadium in Lake Charles, LA to compete against McNeese State (6-4 OVR) (4-3 SLC) in their final game of the season. Game time is slated for 6PM.


Highlights: UIW 20 - LU 31

(BEAUMONT, TX) The Lamar Cardinals take home the close win over Incarnate Word with a final score of 20-31. Lamar had yet another record breaking game when Mark Roberts became the first player in Lamar history to record 1,000 receiving yards.

The Cardinals will travel next week to McNeese to take on the Cowboys.


The Wrap: FB

(BEAUMONT, TX) Head Coach Ray Woodard, Quarterback Caleb Berry, and Linebacker Ronnie Jones, Jr. discuss the 31-20 victory over Incarnate Word, Senior Night, and the Cardinals' first winning season since the return of football.


Grambling vs. Lamar

Shots from the first game of the 2014 football campaign.

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