Michael Sheridan
Michael Sheridan


Palmdale, Calif.

High School:
Highland HS

Last College:
Antelope Valley College

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 180



Antelope Valley: Finished the season with 41 tackles, including 27 solo stops, and had 2.5 tackles for losses ... He also recorded one interception ... Recorded a season-high seven tackles seven times ... His lone interception came in a win over West Los Angeles, which he returned 47 yards for a touchdown ... Garnered second-team All-Pacific Conference honors.

High School: Carried the ball 64 times for 190 yards and a touchdown, while hauling in 25 passes for 228 yards during the 2008-09 seasons ... He also recorded 29 tackles during the those two years.


White Teams Wins 2014 Crawfish Bowl Title

Offense shines in annual spring game


Lamar Signing Day Central

Check periodically for updates for the 2014 Lamar football signing class.


FB HIGHLIGHTS: The Cardinals win 42-27 over Grambling

(BEAUMONT, TX) ; The Lamar Cardinals opened up their 2014 season against the visiting Grambling State Tigers. Caleb Berry passed for 389 yards and 5 touchdowns in the opener. Mark Roberts caught 2 of Berry touchdown passes and racked up 139 yards receiving. Reggie Begleton caught 12 passes for 119 yards and scored one touchdown. Lamar is now 1-0 and will travel to College Station to face the Texas A&M Aggies next weekend. Kickoff of set for 6:30 P.M. on September 6th on the SEC network.


PREVIEW: Grambling Rolls into this weekend

(Beaumont, TX) - Jordan Washington takes you through this weeks matchup for the Lamar Cardinals @ Provost-Umphrey Stadium.


Football: #IceBucketChallenge

Coach Ray Woodard and the Senior Cardinals accept Channel 6's Andrew Chernoff's #icebucketchallenge to #strikeoutALS and challenge Judge Bob Wortham and the Lamar Cardinals Men's Basketball Team.


FOOTBALL: Camp Upadate

BEAUMONT, TX: Head Coach Ray Woodard discusses camp progress and the first game of the season. The Cardinals open up season play at home against Grambling on August 30 at 7 PM.



Coach Ray Woodard and players discuss the new freshman class, camp, and what to expect for the year.

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