UW Health Sports Medicine 

Rafael Gaglianone
Rafael  Gaglianone


Sao Paulo, Brazil

High School:
Chattanooga (Tenn.) Baylor

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 240



Honors and Awards
2015 Preseason:
Groza Award watch list
Honorable mention All-Big Ten (consensus)

Converted 14 consecutive field goal attempts to end his freshman season, matching Vitaly Pisetsky (1999) for the longest streak in school history ... after one season, ranks 10th in school history with 19 career field goals ... ranks third in school history in career PAT percentage at .967 (59 of 61) ... went 2-for-3 from beyond 50 yards, becoming the third player, and first freshman, in school history to hit multiple 50-yard field goals in a season (51 vs. LSU, 50 at Iowa)

2014 Season: Earned first letter, playing in 13 games as Badgers' field goal specialist ... converted 19 of 22 field goal attempts for a percentage of .864 that ranked No. 8 among FBS kickers and stands No. 2 on Wisconsin's single-season list ... was good on final 14 field goal attempts of the season ... went 14-for-15 on field goals inside 40 yards ... converted 59 of 61 PATs, the second-highest total in a season in UW history ... went 2-for-2 on field goals vs. Auburn in Outback Bowl on Jan. 1, kicking 29-yarder to tie game with 7 seconds remaining and then converting 25-yard game-winner in overtime ... made his Badgers debut by booting a 51-yard field goal vs. LSU on Aug. 30, becoming second UW freshman to make a 50-yarder on his first career attempt ... went 2-for-2 at Iowa on Nov. 22, connecting on a 50-yard attempt ... went 2-for-2 vs. Minnesota on Nov. 29 ... recorded a career-high three field goal attempts, and made a career-best three field goals, going 3-for-3 at Rutgers on Nov. 8 ... went 1-for-1 vs. Nebraska on Nov. 15 and vs. Maryland on Oct. 25 ... went 2-for-2 on field goals vs. South Florida on Sept. 27 and vs. Bowling Green on Sept. 20 ... recorded a career high with eight made PATs against Bowling Green ... went 1-for-2 on field goals vs. Illinois on Oct. 11, converting a 44-yarder ... went 0-for-1 at Northwestern on Oct. 4

High School:
Three-star recruit by ESPN.com, Scout and 247 Sports ... named Tennessee Mr. Football Kicker of the Year after going 10-for-14 on field goals with a long of 57 yards and sending 42 of 44 kickoff attempts through the end zone ... finalist for Tennessee Mr. Football ... two-time all-state and all-region selection ... selected for Tennessee Athletic Coaches Association East-West All-Star Game ... has also lettered three years in soccer, helping lead Baylor to state title as a sophomore ... high school coach was Phil Massey

Personal: Parents are Eduardo Gaglianone and Marta Nogueira ... brother Thiago Gaglianone plays soccer at Cal Lutheran ... enjoys surfing


Game-by-Game Field Goals
2014 SEASON: vs. #13 LSU (51); Western Illinois 33; Bowling Green (28), (43); South Florida (24), (19); at Northwestern 50; Illinois 47, (44); Maryland (36); at Rutgers (32), (27), (46); at Purdue (24), (31); #11 Nebraska (26); at Iowa (50), (22); #22 Minnesota (24), (38); vs. #19 Auburn (29), (25)

(Parentheses) indcate made field goals

Career Game Highs
FG Made 3 at Rutgers, Nov. 1, 2014
FG Attempted 3 at Rutgers, Nov. 1, 2014
Long FG 51 vs. LSU, Aug. 30, 2014
PAT Made 8 vs. Nebraska, Nov. 15, 2014
PAT Attempted 8 vs. Nebraska, Nov. 15, 2014
Kickoffs 2 vs. Western Illinois, Sept. 6, 2014
Kickoff Yards 120 vs. Western Illinois, Sept. 6, 2014
Kickoff Average 60.0 vs. Western Illinois, Sept. 6, 2014
Touchbacks --

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