|On The Hill: Set to start at outside linebacker in final season at WKU...Finished the annual spring game with three tackles for the Red team. |
2009: Played in all of the first eight games of the season, with six starts in the defensive backfield...Compiled a career-high 48 tackles, with 26 solo tackles and one tackle for a loss, to go along with one forced fumble...Posted five tackles in the season opener at Tennessee...Made first start of the season in week two against South Florida, making two stops...Had seven tackles, ranking third on the team in week three against Central Arkansas...Collected seven stops once again the following week, with three tackles solo against Navy...Led WKU with a career-high 13 tackles in week six against Louisiana-Lafayette, including 10 solo stops and one tackle for a loss...Had seven tackles in week eight against North Texas in a road contest.
2008: Saw action in eight games, including two starts at defensive back...Compiled seven tackles and one interception...Recorded his first career interception in a win over Murray State...Posted four tackles in a home contest against Florida Atlantic...Recorded one solo tackle in the home finale against Middle Tennessee...Collected two stops in the final game of the season at Florida International...
2007: Was a redshirt ...
2006: Appeared in each of the first nine games, earning four starts, at linebacker ... Recorded 16 total tackles, a fumble recovery and a pass broken up ... Collected first two career stops — both solo — in win over No. 21 Western Illinois ... Had four assisted tackles, including one behind the line of scrimmage, and a fumble recovery in first-ever start against No. 6 Illinois State ... Credited with a pair of stops in victory at No. 13 Southern Illinois ... Posted career-best seven tackles and a pass defensed in Homecoming win over Indiana State ... Had a solo stop at 14th-ranked Northern Iowa in his final appearance of the year.
HS/Misc: Lettered for three seasons, starting two, at Fort Campbell High ... Participated in the Kentucky-Tennessee All-Star Game in the summer of 2006 ... Earned first-team all-state honors from both the Associated Press and Louisville Courier-Journal following his senior season ... Also was a first-team all-region and all-district selection ... Named to the Kentucky New Era All-Star Team as well ... Was team MVP and captain as a senior ... Also earned two letters in track, where he was part of the Falcons’ 4x100-meter relay team that won the state championship last spring ... Efforts helped FCHS finish second in class A.
The Misaalefua File: Full Name — Orlando Felei Cinque Misaalefua; Parents — Errol and Donna Freeman (father, retired military; mother, military); Birth — March 31, 1988, Landstuhl, Germany; HS — Fort Campbell ’06; HS Coach — Shawn Berner (Cumberland [Tenn.]); HS Letters — football 3, track 2; Major — physical education; Ambition — be a physical therapist.