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Ross Martin
Martin Named to AP All-Bowl Team
Courtesy: Duke Sports Information
Release: 01/05/2016
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DURHAM, N.C. – Duke senior kicker Ross Martin has been named to the Associated Press All-Bowl Team following his 14-point performance against Indiana in the New Era Pinstripe Bowl.  Martin booted the game-winning field goal in overtime to help the Blue Devils to a 44-41 victory over the Hoosiers.

Martin, a native of Solon, Ohio, connected on all three of his field goal attempts while converting five PAT tries.  His field goals covered 52, 34 and 36 yards to push his Duke single-season record total to 26.  Martin, who kicked the game-tying PAT with 41 seconds left in regulation, also finished the 2015 campaign with a school single-season record 120 total points.

A four-time All-ACC and three-time honorable mention All-America selection, Martin finished his 53-game career having booted 78-of-93 field goals and 196-of-197 extra points.  His 430 total points rank second in ACC history, trailing only former Florida State standout Dustin Hopkins (466).

Martin will represent Duke in the East-West Shrine Game on January 23 in St. Petersburg, Fla.  The game is scheduled to begin at 4 p.m. and will be televised live by the NFL Network.

2015 Associated Press All-Bowl Team
QB – Bram Kohlhausen, TCU
RB – Leonard Fournette, LSU
RB – Johnny Jefferson, Baylor
WR – Isaiah Ford, Virginia Tech
WR – Jakeem Grant, Texas Tech
WR – Calvin Ridley, Alabama
TE – Hunter Henry, Arkansas
TE – Jeremy Sprinkle, Arkansas
OL – Pat Elflein, Ohio State
OL – Eric MacLain, Clemson
OL – Storm Norton, Toledo
OL – John Theus, Georgia
OL – Laremy Tunsil, Ole Miss
AP – Christian McCaffrey, Stanford

DL – Derek Barnett, Tennessee
DL – Kenny Clark, UCLA
DL – Kyle Kelley, San Diego State
DL – Aziz Shittu, Stanford
LB – Jack Cichy, Wisconsin
LB – Kamalei Correa, Boise State
LB – Devonte Fields, Louisville
LB – Scooby Wright, Arizona
CB – Brendon Clements, Navy
CB – Caleb Williams, Georgia Southern
S – Tevin Carter, Utah
S – Trevon Stewart, Houston

K – Ross Martin, Duke
P – Tom Hackett, Utah