2004 - Injured in Texas game and sat out the remainder of the season ... most dominating tight end at Tech in the last five seasons ... size and strength has given the Red Raiders an added dimension on offense ... was not dropped for yardage this season ... five touchdowns in 27 receptions, including two scores each against SMU and TCU ... registered four receptions for 26 yards against Texas ... grabbed fifth touchdown reception of the season against Nebraska ... finished the game with six receptions for 41 yards ... caught three passes for 47 yards at Oklahoma, including long reception of 22 yards ... continued to dominate at the Y position against TCU ... out-muscled and out-positioned TCU defenders for second multi-TD game of short Tech career ... had two touchdown receptions on four catches ... three receptions for 22 yards at New Mexico ... began his career as a Red Raider with seven catches for 100 yards and two touchdowns at SMU ... first game since the 1999 season.
Spring 2004 - Transferred to Texas Tech from BYU in January.
BYU - Played in eight games as a true freshman at BYU in 1999 ... redshirted the 2002 season ... served a mission in 2000 and 2001 ... earned letterman honors in his first season ... recorded two receptions for 15 yards ... recorded his first-career collegiate touchdown at New Mexico on a four-yard catch ... a significant contributor on special teams.
High School - Red Mountain High School in Mesa, Ariz. ... noted by recruiters as possibly the "top tight end in the west" ... named 1998 All-Arizona first team at wide receiver ... selected to the 5-A all-state first team on offense ... named the East Valley Region Offensive Player of the Year ... earned National High School Athletic Coaches Association All-America honors ... broke the Arizona high school record for career receptions with 195 and touchdown receptions with 42 ... named All-Arizona "Best of the Rest" as a junior at Granado High School ... earned first-team all-state honors as a junior ... selected as the 3-A North Region Offensive Player of the Year ... as a sophomore, earned second-team offense and defense all-region honors ... a four-year letterman in basketball ... received all-state honors throughout his basketball career.
Personal - Bristol Olomua ... born May 20, 1981, in Kahuku, Hawaii ... nephew of current Texas Tech offensive line coach Robert Anae ... uncle, Brad Anae, played football at BYU and in the USFL ... uncle, Matthew, played for BYU from 1980-83 ... father and brother both played at Eastern Arizona ... served an LDS Church mission in Seattle, Wash. ... served as a volunteer at the Special Olympics while in high school ... also served as a counselor for the Steve Young Drug Free Summer program ... recruited by Arizona State, Arizona, California, Washington and Stanford.