AS A SENIOR: Reserve inside linebacker for Irish in 2001 . . . saw mostly special teams action this season with 71 appearances. . .recorded first tackle of the season vs. Texas A&M. . .recorded two tackles vs. Purdue.
AS A JUNIOR: Reserve inside linebacker for Irish in 2000 . . . played on
defense vs. Navy, West Virginia, Air Force, Boston College and Rutgers -
and vs. Oregon State in 2001 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl . . . made two tackles
AS A SOPHOMORE: Played in all 12 games in '99 as reserve
inside linebacker . . . made career-high six tackles in first collegiate
appearance vs. Kansas in '99 opener . . . made five tackles vs. Arizona
State . . . made 154 combined special team appearances.
AS A FRESHMAN: Did
not see varsity game action as rookie linebacker in '98.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Parade prep All-American . . . USA Today second-team
All-American . . . rated 29th best player nationally by The Sporting News
and 31st best player by Chicago Sun-Times . . . rated one of top 100
players nationally by Dallas Morning News . . . earned four letters in
football at O'Dea High School in Seattle . . . two-time MVP of Seattle
Metro League . . . made 105 tackles as senior in '97, 242 in career . . .
led O'Dea to 10-1 mark and Washington state playoff quarterfinals . . .
two-time all-state selection . . . helped team to three conference titles
. . captain of team as senior and MVP as junior and senior . . .
all-league and all-city pick . . . capable of playing both inside and
outside linebacker . . . had 76 tackles, one interception and four sacks
junior . . . earned four letters in track (sprints) . . . ran 100, 200
400 relay in track . . . anchored state champion 4x100 relay team as
sophomore . . . earned one letter in basketball . . . from same Seattle
high school as former Irish captain and linebacker Demetrius DuBose
(1989-92) . . . selected for Washington East-West all-star game . . .
family is originally from Haiti . . . full name is Carl-Philippe
Pierre-Antoine . . . older of two children . . . born 3-29-80 in Everett,
Wash. . . . enrolled in College of Arts and Letters with major in