2006: Played in every game for the second year in a row ... started against Tennessee, Minnesota and Portland State due to Craig Stevens' being injured ... recorded seven catches for 60 yards, including a pair of grabs for 33 yards, against Tennessee ... snagged a career-long 28-yard pass against the Volunteers ... also had catches against Minnesota, Arizona State, Oregon, Stanford and Texas A&M ... earned the team's Everett Merriman Award for community service.
2005: Finished the season with six catches covering 78 yards ... most productive game of the season came in the bowl when his two catches covered 32 yards, including a season-long 17-yard reception ... had his first two career catches covering 18 yards, including an 11-yard grab, in the win over Arizona ... caught a 13-yarder against Oregon State and a 15-yarder against ... also saw action on special teams.
2004: Played in seven games during the year but did not catch a pass.
2003: Redshirted after suffering a shoulder injury in fall training camp.
2002: Saw action in 11 games as a true freshman, mostly on special teams.
High School: Named All-West Region by PrepStar ... as a senior, corralled 20 passes for 300 yards and four touchdowns ... also earned All-Western Conference first-team honors and was invited to play in the California Bowl in 2001 ... as junior, selected to SuperPrep All-West Region team and earned all-conference first team honors after hauling in 25 passes for 621 yards and nine touchdowns ... rated 11th-best tight end on the coast by PacWestFootball.com ... one of 18 local scholar-athletes to be honored by L.A. chapter of National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame ... also played varsity baseball for three years at Paly High, including two seasons as team captain.
Personal: Parents are Norm and Harriet Beegun, both are attorneys and UCLA graduates ... born Nov. 30, 1983, in Santa Monica ... earned his degree in legal studies on Dec. 9, 2006.
Beegun's Career Receiving Stats