At Princeton — 2010: received a medical hardship from the Ivy League and will play his senior season in 2010; missed final eight games of 2009 after being diagnosed with aplastic anemia. 2009: rushed 15 times for 67 yards in season opener against The Citadel, needs to average 53.5 rushing yards over 10 games to become seventh Princeton running back with more than 2,000 career yards; he rushed for more than 54 yards in every game last season ... 2008: earned unanimous first-team All-Ivy League honors; was one of only two players to earn the selection unanimously ... led the Ivy League in rushing and ranked ninth nationally with 102.6 rushing yards per game ... became Princeton’s first Ivy League rushing champion since 2002 (Cameron Atkinson) and recorded Princeton’s fourth-highest single-season rushing total ... averaged 5.7 yards per rush, the highest total for a 1,000-yard rusher since Keith Elias (1993) ... became first Princeton running back to rush for at least 10 touchdowns since 2002 ... recorded second-highest Princeton single-game rushing total when he ran for 276 yards in 28-10 victory over Dartmouth in season finale; the mark was also the fifth-highest total in Ivy League history ... rushed for at least one touchdown in eight games and rushed for at least 150 yards in five games ... scored multiple touchdowns against Columbia, Harvard and Dartmouth; one touchdown against Columbia was lone receiving touchdown of the season ... recorded season-long run of 58 yards against Dartmouth ... averaged 158 rushing yards per game in Princeton victories and 95.7 in Princeton losses; when he recorded at least 20 rushes, Princeton was 4-1 ... averaged 133.7 all-purpose yards per game; recorded 131 receiving yards, including season-high 52 against Penn. 2007: earned Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week honors and featured on SportsCenter’s “Top Plays” following a brilliant 145-yard, two-touchdown effort in a 34-31 win over Cornell ... rushed for 259 yards on the season and averaged a team-best 5.9 yards per rush ... against Cornell, scored touchdowns of 49 and 58 yards; the latter provided the winning margin in the final quarter and was named No. 1 Top Play on SportsCenter ... rushed for 53 yards on four carries against Hampton in his collegiate debut ... caught 10 passes on the season for 81 yards, including career-long 34-yard catch at Brown ... caught career-high four passes at Penn.
At Marshall — named team most valuable player as senior running back/free safety ... earned all-district recognition ... lettered twice ... played guard for the basketball team and earned first-team all-defense honors ... led basketball team to regional title and state semifinal as a senior ... lettered three times as a first baseman and designated hitter in baseball and earned first-team all-league honors as a senior ... earned school’s Statesman Award, given to the top male in the senior class ... claimed Rensselaer Scholarship, a math and science award.
Personal — born Feb. 24, 1988 ... son of Clifford and Alma Culbreath ... has an older sister Carissa ... a mechanical and aerospace engineering major.
CULBREATH'S CAREER RUSHING STATISTICS
CULBREATH'S CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS