Was named the Great West Conference's Offensive Player of the Year. Earned first-team all-GWC honors from both the coaches and media for the second straight season and also was a Payton Award Watch finalist. Completed 288-of-425 passes for 3,143 yards and 17 touchdowns. He set an SUU?record with his 425 attempts, while his 288 completions are fourth-most in a season at SUU, the 3,143 yards are second (behind his own record 3,163 set in 2010) and the 17 TD?passes are tied for the sixth-most in school history. He also finished the season with the second-highest total plays in a season at SUU, 495, and 3,094 yards of total offense, which ranks third, behind Casey Rehrer's 3,439 yards in 2004 and Sorensen's own 3,170 yards in 2010. Career-wise, Sorensen moved into first place on the SUU career completions list last year, with 549, and he is in second place in three more categories:?his 37 TD?passes are two shy of Rick Robins' SUU record, his 6,306 passing yards are 1,135 behind Robins and his 815 career pass attempts are 208 fewer than Robins had from 1992-95. He also broke the SUU a single-game record for completions in a game with 38, against North Dakota, and he had seven additional marks that rank among the school's top-10 single-game efforts during the 2011 season. He threw a touchdown pass in all but three games. Earned four College Football Performance Awards honor roll recognitions during the season, including the games vs UT-San Antonio, vs. North Dakota, at South Dakota and at Northern Arizona.
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