2012: Played in all 12 games and finished 29-of-32 on extra point attempts and was 6-of-10 on field goal attempts ... Scored 47 points on the year to finish second on the team and is now fifth at Lamar in career points with 144 ... Hit a season-long 41 yard field goal in 52-21 win over McMurry (10/13) and was 7-of-7 on PAT's in the game ... Made a pair of field goals at Stephen F. Austin (11/3), twice converting from 34 yards out ... Hit a 37-yard field goal against Langston (9/22) and was 4-of-4 in PAT's in the 31-0 victory ... Kicked off 37 times on the year with eight going for touchbacks.
2011: Appeared in 10 games for the Cardinals ... Set a school record by connecting on 35 (out of 37) extra-point attempts, breaking the previous mark of 32 set by two players ... Tied the school record with eight makes against Texas College in a 58-0 victory (9/3) ... Led the Cardinals with 50 points on the year ... Was 5-of-8 on field-goal attempts with a long of 31 yards ... Was 6-for-6 on PATs against Incarnate Word (9/17) ... Also had 21 kickoffs on the year.
2010: Played in all 11 games as a true freshman, serving as Lamar's kicker ... Made 20-of-22 extra-point attempts and was 9-of-13 on field-goal attempts ... Made both field goal attempts (21, 32) and all three PAT's in season opener at McNeese State (9/4) ... Hit a season-long field goal of 47 yards at Stephen F. Austin (9/25) ... Hit all five extra-point attempts and was 3-of-3 on field goal attempts (25, 36, 40) in LU's season-ending 44-6 win over Oklahoma Panhandle State ... The three field goals tied Lamar's record for most in a game ... Handled kickoffs for the Cardinals with 43 on the season ... Had one punt on the year, a 27-yarder against Webber International (9/11) ... His 47 points scored ranked second on the team.
High School: Earned three varsity letters for coach Mike Overton at West Mesquite High School ... Was successful on 79-of-80 extra-point attempts over his junior and senior seasons ... Went 21-for-27 on field-goal attempts over the same span ... Set the school field-goal record with a game-winning 50-yarder in 2008, then broke it with a 53-yarder during the 2009 season ... Set another school mark with five field goals in one game during junior season ... Was a first-team Class 4A all-stater in 2008 and was the Special Teams MVP in the district in 2008 and 2009.
Personal: Justin Kyle Stout was born on Nov. 8, 1991, in Mesquite, Texas ... Son of Robert and Janie Stout ... Has a younger brother, Austin ... Majoring in exercise science.