2010 (Junior) - Granted a ninth semester by the Academy in 2009 after missing all but two games due to injury ... played 11 games, starting nine ... missed the season opener and the UNLV games ... finished the season with 60 total tackles to lead all outside linebackers ... had 33 unassisted stops ... tied for the team lead in tackles for loss with 10 for 35 yards which ranked eighth in the conference ... second on the team in sacks with 2.0 for 18 yards ... recovered two fumbles and forced a fumble ... six total tackles, two tackles for loss, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery vs. Georgia Tech in the bowl game ... returned to the lineup vs. BYU after missing the opener with an injury ... had five tackles and a fumble recovery in the end zone for a touchback vs. BYU ... career-best nine tackles, all unassisted, at San Diego State ... also had a sack and two tackles for loss ... his nine solo stops at SDSU were the most by a Falcon in 2010.
2009 (Junior) - Played in two games, starting both ... started against Minnesota and New Mexico ... missed the remainder of the season with a shoulder injury ... had nine total tackles, including three unassisted ... five tackles vs. Minnesota, including one for loss, and four vs. New Mexico.
2008 (Sophomore) - Played in 11 games, starting twice ... starts came against New Mexico and Army ... had 17 total tackles, including 11 unassisted ... three tackles, including two sacks, at San Diego State ... seven tackles and a pass breakup vs. UNM ... missed the bowl game due to injury ... ranked third on the team in special teams tackles with eight, including seven unassisted.
2007 (Freshman) - Played in nine games, mostly on special teams ... recorded 12 total tackles, including seven unassisted ... led the team in special teams tackles with 10, including seven unassisted ... season-best three tackles, all unassisted, vs. Notre Dame ... two tackles each vs. Navy, New Mexico and San Diego State ... one solo tackle vs. California in the bowl game.
High School - Lettered three years in football, two in basketball and one in track ... first-team all-state as a senior ... high school football coach was Chuck Kyle.
Personal - Son of Rory and Maureen Hennessey ... has five siblings, Rory Jr., Katie, Mallorie, Seamus and Conor ... member of cadet squadron 39 ... major is management ... favorite food is pumpkin pie and fruit salad... listens to Flip Side Band before games ... hobby is snowboarding ... favorite NFL team is the Cleveland Browns ... favorite player is Browns' fullback Peyton Hillis.
Hennessey Career Statistics