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LOCATION SIOUX CITY, IOWA FOUNDED 1930 ATHLETIC COLORS BLUE AND GOLD NICKNAME CHARGERS ARENA NEWMANN FLANAGAN CENTER NATIONAL AFFILIATION NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS CONFERENCE GREAT PLAINS ATHLETIC CONFERENCE PRESIDENT BEV WHARTON VP FOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS WILLIAM MANGAN [PH.D.] VP FOR ENROLLMENT MANAGEMENT SHARISUE WILCOXON VP FOR FINANCE BETH GRIGSBY VP FOR INSTITUTIONAL ADVANCEMENT CRAIG MCGARRY VP FOR STUDENT DEVELOPMENT STEVE JANOWIAK DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS STEVE GAST

Academics

History In 1929, only briar patches covered a 175-foot hill located on the western outskirts of Sioux City, Iowa. But two people – Mother Mary Dominica Wieneke, Major Superior of the Sisters of Saint Francis, and the Most Reverend Edmond Heelan, Bishop of the Sioux City Diocese – had a vision. They saw that hill crowned with a Catholic college for women. Mother Dominica and Bishop Heelan met on March 9, 1929 with members of the Sioux City community. Businessmen attending that meeting committed themselves to raising $25,000 to support the establishment of the college in Sioux City. After this showing of community support, significant events followed in rapid succession. On Sept. 18, 1930, the college, named Briar Cliff after the hill on which it is located, was dedicated. Four days later, 25 women started classes in Heelan Hall, the only building on campus. In 1937, the University’s two-year program was extended to four years. Fifty-five men were admitted to Briar Cliff in 1965 and co-education was formalized in 1966 with the admission of 150 full-time male students. The innovative Weekend College program started in the fall of 1979. The spring of 1980 saw the addition of a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. A Master of Arts in Education was implemented in the summer of 2001. The college officially became a University on June 1, 2001. The University’s academic growth required an expanding physical plant. As time passed, more buildings began sprouting from the briar-covered hill: a four-story addition to Heelan Hall in 1948; the library and Our Lady of Grace Chapel in 1959; Alverno Hall, a women’s residence, in 1965; a gymnasium in 1966; Toller Hall, a men’s residence, in 1967; Noonan Hall in 1968; the Newman Flanagan Center in 1982; the addition of three classrooms in the theatre in 1986; the completion in 1988 of the Baxter-DiGiovanni Living & Learning Center; KLIF-AM campus radio station in 1987; and the renovated dining hall in 1989. The $6 million, 43,350-square-foot Stark Student Center opened in the fall of 2000. Additionally, extensive renovations to Alverno Residence Hall have expanded Briar Cliff’s recreational facilities. The construction of the McCoy Arnold Center, completed in 2004, further enhanced recreational facilities. On Sept. 1, 2011, Briar Cliff formally broke ground for a $10.75 million addition and renovation of Heelan Hall, slated for completion in September 2013. The project will involve the addition of a three-floor wing with state-of-the-art science laboratories, a business case room, general classrooms and a four-story atrium. The Heelan Hall project will include new heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems along with renovation of various classrooms and labs in the existing structure.

Location

Briar Cliff University is located on a scenic hilltop campus at the edge of urban development, yet minutes from Downtown Sioux City (population 83,000). In a tri-state area where Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota meet, Sioux City is connected with other metro areas by Interstate Highway 29 and is about an hour away by air from Minneapolis, Chicago, St. Louis and Denver.

Briar Cliff offers over 40 academic majors and pre-professional programs. The Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Bachelor of Social Work degrees are conferred. Two-year Associate of Arts degrees are also available in two areas. The Master of Arts in Human Resource Management, Master of Science in Nursing and Graduate Management Certificate are also conferred. The academic year consists of two semesters with January and May terms.

Students

More than 1,150 students from across the U.S. and around the world attend Briar Cliff. Approximately 98 percent of undergraduate students receive financial aid.

Accreditation and Approval

Briar Cliff is accredited as a degree-granting institution by The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. The education program of the University is approved by the Iowa State Department of Public Instruction for Certification of Teachers. The social work program is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education. The nursing program is accredited by the National League for Nursing.

Battle On This year’s Briar Cliff football team intends to do just that. There is much excitement about head coach Tom Rethman’s 2012 Chargers. The team returns seven starters on each side of the ball from a team which went 2-9 a year ago. Offensively, the unit is expected to be headlined by a duo of playmakers in senior Bryce Harshman and junior Michael Becker. Harshman earned second team laurels as a wide receiver/kick returner racking up 780 receiving yards and scoring eight touchdowns. Injury limited Becker to only three games last season, but the tight end scored twice in those contests. Sophomore PJ Quiroga is the Chargers’ most experienced quarterback after seeing late-minute action in six games a year ago. He was 11-33 for 103 yards and two scores. He is expected to be pushed by freshman transfer Kevin Van Egdom, who comes to BC from Missouri State University and a number of first-year signal callers.

Sophomore Brady Van Dusen is slated to be the Chargers’ starter at fullback, while junior James Sabin could push for time. Eight running backs are listed on the Chargers’ roster. Sophomore Robert Wilson carried the ball 104 times for 315 yards (28.6 yards/game) and two scores. Harshman led all BC receivers last year in both catches (52) and yards (780). He was third in the league in receptions, fourth in receiving yards, fifth in receptions/game and ninth in scoring. He produced the fifth-best single game receiving performance in the GPAC last year with 162 yards against Concordia. Sophomore Bret Van Muyden is coming off a stellar freshman campaign which saw him collect 32 passes for 308 yards, both stats were second only to Harshman. Becker and senior Troy Dobbins give the Chargers one of the league’s top tight end tandems. The duo combined for 343 yards on 29 catches a season ago. The team’s success this season could come down to the play of its offensive line. Junior Wes Bell, an honorable mention all-GPAC lineman, should be surrounded by a few familiar faces in senior Matt Solomon, juniors Jameel Cunningham, Emmanuel Saint-Louis and Josh Webb and sophomore Cody Jordan. That being said, several newcomers will push for early playing time including freshmen Marshall Dickson and AJ Glaros. The Chargers allowed a league-high 29 sacks, last season. Defensively, a new d-coordinator will be calling the shots this season in Justin Mohning. Mohning’s top returners include senior outside linebacker Jordan Lester, an honorable mention all-GPAC performer in 2011, sophomore defensive tackle Derreon Richardson, senior free safety Chance Colvin and junior inside linebacker Marcell Moody. Lester had 42.5 tackles last season and was second on the team with 7.5 tackles for loss. Colvin was second on the team with 51.5 tackles and also notched 6.5 tackles for loss. Richardson had 25.0 tackles, while Moody had 14.5. The Chargers have the most depth at the linebacker position. Veteran Lester is expected to be joined by a rotation which may include senior Julian Lee (5.5 tackles) and juniors Matt Delaney (29.0 tackles), Moody and Harry Wentland (team-high 54.0 tackles). The Chargers’ defensive backfield is deep, but inexperienced. Senior Chance Colvin and sophomore Troy Hooks have the most game experience. In his first season at free safety, Colvin was second on the team with 51.5 tackles in 2011, while Hooks finished with 7.0 tackles. They are expected to be joined by sophomore Steve Trujillo, who returns to the team after a one-year absence and sophomore Eric Nicholsen, who played primarily on special teams a season ago. Several newcomers are expected to push for immediate playing time including West Los Angeles College junior transfers Eddie Ficklin and Marquette Harper. Of the Chargers’ seven transfers, six were on the defensive side of the ball, including five

defensive backs. Richardson, although only a sophomore, anchors the Cliff’s defensive line. He will be joined on the defensive front by seniors Paul Blanchard (29.5 tackles) and Cody York (5.0 tackles) and juniors Eric Jones (12.0 tackles) and Mike O’Brien (26.5 tackles). In the off-season, the Chargers added Corey Miller to their coaching staff as the team’s defensive backs and special teams coach. Miller will have one of the league’s top returnmen at this disposal in Harshman, who had 38 returns for an average of 18.7 yards/return. Harshman led the league with 710 return yards in 2011. The Chargers will open their 2012 schedule with a conference game at Doane, Sept. 1. The Chargers will then play their only game of the month at their Memorial Field, Sept. 8, against Graceland. Briar Cliff will play at Dakota Wesleyan (Sept. 15) and at Dordt (Sept. 29) with a home tilt at the DakotaDome in Vermillion against Hastings squeezed in between on Sept. 22. The Chargers will play three home games in the month of October (Oct. 6 vs. Concordia, Oct. 13 vs. Dakota State and Oct. 27 vs. Nebraska Wesleyan. They will travel to Orange City, Iowa, Oct. 20, to play the Red Raiders of Northwestern. In November, the Chargers will play at Midland, Nov. 3, before hosting crosstown Morningside, Nov. 10.

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DOANE* GRACELAND DAKOTA WESLEYAN* HASTINGS* DORDT* CONCORDIA* DAKOTA STATE NORTHWESTERN* NEBRASKA WESLEYAN* MIDLAND* MORNINGSIDE*

* CONFERENCE EVENT | BLACK>HOME GAME | GREY>AWAY GAME

TOM RETHMAN

Tom Rethman is in his fifth year as the Chargers’ head football coach. Rethman came to Briar Cliff following assistant coaching stops at various NCAA I-AA (Illinois State, Southern Illinois) and NCAA DIII (Knox College, Carroll College and the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh) institutions. Rethman spent seven seasons as the offensive coordinator at Wisconsin-Oshkosh. In 2007, his offense led the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC) in fewest turnovers, while ranking second in rushing offense and passing efficiency. The Titans were third in total offense and averaged 28.2 ppg. Prior to coaching at Wisconsin Oshkosh, Rethman was the offensive coordinator at Carroll College for two years. In one season, he helped the Pioneers’ team improve from last in total offense and scoring offense to third in both categories. Rethman is a 1992 graduate of Knox College, where he earned his undergraduate degree in history and was a four-time letterwinner at defensive back. He then spent one season at Knox as an assistant coach, overseeing the wide receivers and tight ends. He then served as a graduate assistant at Southern Illinois for a year before completing his graduate studies at Illinois State. At Southern Illinois, Rethman worked with the defensive backs and outside linebackers, while at Illinois State, he coached the tight ends, offensive line, kickers and punters for two seasons. After earning his master’s degree from Illinois State in 1996, Rethman returned to his alma mater where he served as offensive coordinator for three years. He also coached the quarterbacks, kickers and punters. Rethman’s primary recruiting focus is in the Texas, Florida and Sioux City areas. Rethman and his wife, Michelle, have four children; daughters, Devin, Tara and Jenna, and son, Garrett.

ASST. COACH>>> JUSTIN MOHNING Justin Mohning is in his first year as the Chargers’ defensive coordinator. He spent the past year as the defensive line coach at Upper Iowa, in Fayette, Iowa. He also coached the punt return team and served as the team’s video coordinator. Mohning heavily recruited Northwest Iowa, Southern Minnesota and Eastern Wisconsin. Prior to coaching at Upper Iowa, Mohning served as the defensive line coach and special teams coordinator at Northwestern, in Orange City, Iowa. He worked with the Red Raiders from 2005 through 2007 and again from 2009-10. There, he helped the Red Raiders put together a defense which was regularly ranked among the nation’s elite. Mohning graduated from Northwestern in 2008. Later that year, he served as a defensive line graduate assistant coach at Wayne State, in Wayne, Nebraska. Mohning served as the defensive coordinator at Marcus Meriden Cleghorn High School, in Marcus, Iowa, from 2000-2004. Mohning is a member of the American Football Coaches Association and has worked numerous camps over the years. Mohning will focus on recruiting future Chargers from northern Iowa and Arizona.

ASST. COACH>>> JOE SCHMITZ Joe Schmitz is in his second year as an assistant with the Charger Football Program. Schmitz will serve as the

team’s offensive line coach and head junior varsity coach. Prior to coming to Briar Cliff, he served three years as an assistant at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. Prior to that, he started 42 games for the Titans of Oshkosh, where he was a three-year all-conference center. The Menomonee Falls, Wis. native earned his undergraduate degree from Oshkosh in 2009 and his master’s degree in 2010. Schmitz and his wife, Jenni, reside in Sioux City. When recruiting, Schmitz focuses his attention on student-athletes from Minnesota, Nebraska and South Dakota.

ASST. COACH>>> CORY MILLER Cory Miller, a native of Marshalltown, Iowa, is in his first year as the Chargers’ defensive backs and special teams’ coach. He came to Briar Cliff following one season at Illinois College, where he held the same position. Miller also oversaw Illinois’ special teams units. His defensive backfield led the conference in interceptions and was ranked in the top 10 nationally. Prior to that, Miller was the defensive backs coach and special teams’ coordinator at MacMurray College in 2010. In one season, he helped to drastically improve the Highlanders’ defense. Miller began his coaching career at Northern Iowa, while he was earning his undergraduate degree. He earned his bachelor’s degree in 2005. In 2006, he became a graduate assistant at Southwest Minnesota State University and was promoted to defensive line coach after one season. He remained at Southwest Minnesota State until 2008, when he became the defensive backs coach and recruiting coordinator at Rockford College. While there, he also served as the team’s academic coordinator and managed the college’s intramural program. He earned his master’s degree from Rockford in 2010. He now focuses his recruiting efforts on eastern and central Iowa, along with Illinois and Missouri.

ASST. COACH>>>BRIAN WEHLER

Brian Wehler is in his first year as an assistant coach with the Briar Cliff football program. Wehler will serve as the team’s wide receivers’ coach this season. He came to Briar Cliff after working as the wide receiver coach for the 2010 and 2011 seasons at Cabrillo College in Santa Cruz, California. Prior to that, he was an assistant coach for tightends, wide receivers, and running backs at Shasta College for three years. While there, he helped guide Shasta to the program’s first conference and division titles in 58 years. Wehler has also coached semi-pro football, serving as the offensive coordinator for the Shasta Longhorns of the PCFL in 2009. The Saint Mary’s, Penn. native went into the army following high school and then went on to graduate from Simpson University in 2003. He began master’s classes at Concordia University in 2011 and is now enrolled in Briar Cliff’s graduate program. When recruiting, Wehler will focus on the state of California.

ASST. COACH>>>SPETLAR TONGA

Spetlar Tonga is in his eighth year as an assistant coach with the Charger football program. He will work specifically with the Chargers’ linebackers this season. Tonga has been a defensive leader and an indoor professional football all-star for nine seasons. Eight of those nine seasons have been with the Sioux City Bandits. He has helped captain the Bandits to back-to-back APFL Championships the past two seasons. Tonga is the franchise’s leading tackler with 635 during his stellar career. He is also second in tackles for loss (79.5) and third in sacks (17.0). Prior to joining the Bandits, he played at Morningside from 2001 until 2003. Tonga and his wife, Sheena, reside in Sioux City.

ASST. COACH>>>ANTHONY THOMAS

Anthony Thomas is in his fourth year as the Chargers’ defensive line coach.  Thomas is also an indoor professional football veteran.  This past spring, he helped lead the Sioux City Bandits to the APFL Championship.  Prior to that, he helped the Sioux Falls Storm of the Indoor Football League win four championships in six seasons, including a title in 2011.  Prior to that, he coached the offensive and defensive lines at John Marshall High School in Pasadena, Calif. in 2005 and 2006.  The 2002 University of Arizona graduate was a three-year starter at defensive tackle for the Wildcats, earning all-Pac 10 honorable mention honors.  He was also a defensive captain as a senior. Following graduation, Thomas signed as an undrafted free agent with the Washington Redskins’ training camp and practice team. Thomas is currently an Upward Bound advisor at Briar Cliff.  Thomas resides in South Sioux City, Neb. with his fiance Ashley Reller and son Kasen Anthony Thomas.

ASST. COACH>>>RYAN SANDORSKEY

Ryan Sandorskey is in his second year as an assistant with the Briar Cliff football program. Sandorskey coaches the tightends. The Kansas native and Army combat veteran attended both Kansas and Emporia State. He served as a student assistant coach at Emporia State for one season. Sandorskey was a four-year starter at Hugoton High School, where he earned all-conference honors. He is currently studying wind energy at Western Iowa Tech.

ASST. COACH>>>RYAN PRATHER

Ryan Prather is in his second year with Briar Cliff football program as an assistant coach. Prather earned honorable mention all-GPAC honors at safety in 2008. Following his graduation from Briar Cliff in 2009, Prather began teaching at Crescent Park Elementary School, in Sioux City. Prather returned last season to Briar Cliff following a stint as an assistant coach at Sioux City West High School. This season, Prather will coach the Chargers’ outside linebackers. Prather resides in Sioux City with his wife, Cierra, and son Beckett.

ASST. COACH>>>KYLE STEVENS

Kyle Stevens is in his third year as a member of the BCU coaching staff, and returned to his position as the Briar Cliff runningbacks coach. Stevens was a four-year offensive lineman for the Chargers and was a two-year starter. The Carroll, Iowa native graduated from Briar Cliff in 2011, earning a degree in physical education. Aside from coaching, Stevens teaches physical education at Holy Cross Elementary School in Sioux City.

ASST. COACH>>>ANTHONY ROSSI

Anthony Rossi is in his second year with the Charger football program. Rossi, a Sioux City native, will assist with the Chargers’ defensive line. Rossi attended high school at Rochelle Township in Illinios and Sioux City Bishop Heelan. Rossi began his colligiate playing days at Morehead State before finishing his defensive tackle career at North Dakota State University. Rossi graduated from Briar Cliff in 2012, and is currently a manager at Sam’s Club in Sioux City.

>>>KILEY KUHL

>>>JUSTIN ROST

TRAINER

MANAGER

CLASS: SO HOMETOWN: MAPLETON, IA

>>>JEN KIRSCHBAUM

MANAGER

CLASS: SR HOMETOWN: SPIRIT LAKE, IA

>>>BRYAN FINK

STRENGTH & CONDITIONING COORDINATOR

>>>GILES LABELLE

STUDENT FILM COORDINATOR CLASS: FR HOMETOWN: BLAINE, MN

BATTLE ON BLUE & GOLD

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NO:7 KEVIN VAN EGDOM

NO:2 CHANCE COLVIN

NO:8 RYLEY WAIFLEIN

NO:3 JORDAN LESTER

NO:9 RUSTY MUNCY

CLASS: JR HEIGHT: 5-9 WEIGHT: 156 POSITION: DB HOMETOWN: LOS ANGELES, CA PREVIOUS COLLEGE: WEST LOS ANGELES C.C. PARENTS: EDDIE FICKLIN &VELMA ALFORD

CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 6-4 WEIGHT: 212 POSITION: QB HOMETOWN: LIBERTY, MO PREVIOUS COLLEGE: MISSOURI STATE PARENTS: STEVE & GINA VAN EGDOM

CLASS: SR HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 195 POSITION: FS HOMETOWN: BIG PINE, CA HS: BIG PINE PARENTS: MITCHELL & CATHERINE COLVIN

CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 5-8 WEIGHT: 175 POSITION: QB HOMETOWN: ABERDEEN, SD HS: ABERDEEN PARENTS: STEVE & ANGIE WAIFLEIN

CLASS: SR HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 215 POSITION: OLB HOMETOWN: SIOUX CITY, IA HS: BISHOP HEELAN PARENTS: CHAD & DIANA LESTER

CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 5-10 WEIGHT: 165 POSITION: WR | P HOMETOWN: BODFISH, CA HS: KERN VALLEY PARENTS: RUSSELL & ANNETTE MUNCY

CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 6-1 WEIGHT: 175 POSITION: WR HOMETOWN: WESTLAKE VILLAGE, CA HS: WEST LAKE PARENTS: JOE & STACY MGGHEE

CLASS: SO HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 175 POSITION: DB HOMETOWN: PEORIA, AZ HS: PEORIA PARENTS: MICHAEL TRUJILLO & KATHY GARCIA

NO:4 TYLER MCGHEE

NO:10 STEVEN TRUJILLO

NO:5 KENNY THOMPSON

NO:11 MATTHEW QUICK

CLASS: JFR HEIGHT: 5-11 WEIGHT: 230 POSITION: RB HOMETOWN: LOS ANGELES, CA HS: TAFT PARENT: ROBIN HAWKINS

NO:6 ROBERT WILSON CLASS: SO HEIGHT: 5-7 WEIGHT: 170 POSITION: RB HOMETOWN: ST. LOUIS, MO HS: PARKWAY NORTH PARENT: CASSIE WILSON

CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 6-4 WEIGHT: 240 POSITION: QB HOMETOWN: ARCADIA, NE HS: ARCADIA PARENTS: TODD & SHELLEY QUICK

NO:12 PJ QUIROGA

CLASS: SO HEIGHT: 6-1 POSITION: QB WEIGHT: 200 HOMETOWN: DONNA, TX HS: DONNA PARENTS: PETE & CATHY QUIROGA

NO:13 JIBRIL JONES

NO:19 BRYCE HARSHMAN

NO:14 ANDREW HARRIS

NO:19 JOHNATHAN CARTER

CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 5-7 WEIGHT: 185 POSITION: DB HOMETOWN: VILLA PARK, IL HS: WILLOWBROOK PARENT: PORSCHE WILLIAMS

CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 6-2 WEIGHT: 185 POSITION: K HOMETOWN: THORTON, CO HS: MOUNTAIN RANGE PARENTS: TODD & LINDA HARRIS

NO:15 ALEX BERG

CLASS: SO HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 180 POSITION: FS HOMETOWN: BANCROFT, NE HS: BANCROFT-ROSLAIE PARENTS: ALAN & ANNA BERG

NO:16 ANGEL ANDRES CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 5-11 WEIGHT: 184 POSITION: QB HOMETOWN: FORT MYERS, FL HS: DUNBAR PARENTS: MIGUEL & SONIA ANDRES

NO:17 DEVANTE CLARK

CLASS: JR HEIGHT: 5-11 WEIGHT: 195 POSITION: FS HOMETOWN: SIOUX CITY, IA PREVIOUS COLLEGE: IOWA WESTERN PARENTS: AARON & ROCHELLE CLARK

NO:18 HARRISON WENTLAND CLASS: JR HEIGHT: 5-9 WEIGHT: 180 POSITION: OLB HOMETOWN: MACHESNEY PARK, IL HS: HARLEM PARENTS: JOE & SHEILA WENTLAND

CLASS: SR HEIGHT: 5-11 WEIGHT: 175 POSITION: WR HOMETOWN: TUSCON, AZ HS: SABINO PARENT: NICK DEMARCO

CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 5-10 WEIGHT: 177 POSITION: DB HOMETOWN: CORONA, CA HS: SANTIAGO PARENTS: SCOTT & LATONYA CARTER

NO:20 MARQUETTE HARPER CLASS: JR HEIGHT: 5-11 WEIGHT: 180 POSITION: DB HOMETOWN: LOS ANGELES, CA PREVIOUS COLLEGE: WEST LOS ANGELES C.C. PARENTS: HARVEY & MARGIE HART-HARPER

NO:21 TROY HOOKS

CLASS: JR HEIGHT: 5-9 WEIGHT: 175 POSITION: DB HOMETOWN: DETROIT, MI HS: SOUTFIELD-LATHRUP PARENTS: WILLIAMS & LAMARETTE HOOKS

NO:22 KEVIN WILLIAMS CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 5-8 WEIGHT: 160 POSITION: DB HOMETOWN: GAINESVILLE, FL HS: BUCHHOLZ PARENT: STEPHANIE WILLIAMS

NO:22 AUSTIN HEINEMAN CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 170 POSITION: WR HOMETOWN: THURSTON, NE HS: PENDER PARENTS: MATT & KRISTA HEINEMAN

NO:23 LAVON WRIGHT

NO:29 CHRISTIAN DIETZLER

NO:24 DAVID HOUT

NO:30 JULIAN LEE

CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 5-10 WEIGHT: 165 POSITION: WR HOMETOWN: BELLFLOWER, CA HS: MATER DEI PARENT: TAMMIE BURRELL

CLASS: JR HEIGHT: 6-2 WEIGHT: 215 POSITION: ILB HOMETOWN: OCHEYEDAN, IA HS: SIBLEY-OCHEYEDAN PARENTS: DENNIS & DEBRA HOUT

NO:25 MITCH HEIKES

CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 5-10 WEIGHT: 170 POSITION: FS HOMETOWN: EDINA, MN HS: EDINA PARENTS: DENNIS & LINDA DIETZLER

CLASS: SR HEIGHT: 5-8 WEIGHT: 220 POSITION: ILB HOMETOWN: HOUSTON, TX HS: WALTRIP PARENTS: CHARLES & DEBORAH LEE

NO:31 ERIC NICHOLSEN

CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 5-11 WEIGHT: 190 POSITION: RB HOMETOWN: LAUREL, NE HS: LAUREL-CONCORD PARENTS: RANDY HEIKES & JULIE SWANSON

CLASS: SO HEIGHT: 5-10 WEIGHT: 185 POSITION: FS HOMETOWN: OMAHA, NE HS: MILLARD SOUTH PARENTS: STEVE & JUDY NICHOLSEN

CLASS: SR HEIGHT: 5-9 WEIGHT: 180 POSITION: DB HOMETOWN: SANFORD, FL HS: MIINESOTA WEST PARENTS: MIGUEL & MARISOL ORDONEZ

CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 175 POSITION: RB HOMETOWN: SHEPHERD, MT HS: HUNTLEY PROJECT PARENTS: CORD & ANGIE POND

NO:26 SEBASTIAN ORDONEZ

NO:32 AUSTIN POND

NO:27 EVIDANIO QUINONES

NO:33 ANTHONY ROBERTSON

CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 5-7 WEIGHT: 150 POSITION: DB HOMETOWN: HESPERIA, CA HS: SMITHSON VALLEY PARENTS: EVIDANIO & ALICHIA QUINONES

NO:28 BRADY VAN DUSEN CLASS: SO HEIGHT: 6-1 WEIGHT: 215 POSITION: FB HOMETOWN: SIOUX CITY, IA HS: BISHOP HEELAN PARENTS: VINCE VAN DUSEN & GINA COUGILL

CLASS: JR HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 200 POSITION: FS HOMETOWN: MILWAUKEE, WI PREVIOUS COLLEGE: NORTHLAND C.C. PARENTS: PAUL ROBERTSON & YOLANDA ROBERTSON

NO:34 WILEY HARANG

CLASS: JR HEIGHT: 5-8 WEIGHT: 185 POSITION: OLB HOMETOWN: HAYFIELD, MN HS: HAYFIELD PARENTS: BILL HARANG & SHERRI SENJEM

NO:34 ASAH JEFFERSON

NO:40 JUSTIN SANTOS

NO:35 JAMES RANKIN

NO:40 DEON THOMAS

CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 200 POSITION: RB HOMETOWN: LOS ANGELES, CA HS: ST. GENEVIEVE PARENTS: RAYMOND & STEPHANIE JEFFERSON CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 5-10 WEIGHT: 195 POSITION: FB HOMETOWN: OMAHA, NE HS: NORTH PARENTS: JAMES & LUCY RANKIN

NO:36 BRENT ALBRANDT CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 5-11 WEIGHT: 215 POSITION: FB HOMETOWN: THORTON, CO HS: HORIZON PARENT: MARY TORRES

NO:37 JARRYS ROLLINS

CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 5-10 WEIGHT: 165 POSITION: DB HOMETOWN: GAINESVILLE, FL HS: BUCCHOLZ PARENTS: DONTRAY & ATAWA ROLLINS

NO:38 JAMES SABIN

CLASS: SR HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 220 POSITION: FB HOMETOWN: HAWARDEN, IA HS: WEST SIOUX PARENTS: JOHN & THERESA SABIN

NO:39 SHAQUILL WALKER CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 5-11 WEIGHT: 172 POSITION: DB HOMETOWN: GAINESVILLE, FL HS: EASTSIDE PARENTS: SHEKETHA OGLESBY

CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 5-11 WEIGHT: 165 POSITION: WR HOMETOWN: STOCKTON, CA HS: ELLIOT CHRISTIAN PARENT: AMY BORRERO

CLASS: JR HEIGHT: 5-11 WEIGHT: 211 POSITION: ILB HOMETOWN: LOS ANGELES, CA HS: WEST LOS ANGELES PARENT: KAWASCI JACKSON

NO:41 MARCELL MOODY CLASS: JR HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 210 POSITION: ILB HOMETOWN: ST LOUIS, MO HS: RIVERVIEW GARDENS PARENTS: MARVIS & CONNIE MOODY

NO:42 ALFREDO VIZCARRA CLASS: JR HEIGHT: 5-9 WEIGHT: 225 POSITION: ILB HOMETOWN: HOUSTON, TX HS: ST. PIUS X PARENTS: CHARLES & MARY EUBANKS

NO:43 MATT DELANEY

CLASS: JR HEIGHT: 5-10 WEIGHT: 225 POSITION: ILB HOMETOWN: BELLEVUE, NE HS: BELLEVUE EAST PARENTS: STEVE DELANEY & SHERYL WITKOWSKY

NO:45 BRANDON LINDSEY

NO:51 CHRIS BALLANGER

NO:46 SPENCER SINCLAIR

NO:52 MATT SOLOMON

CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 6-2 WEIGHT: 185 POSITION: OLB HOMETOWN: GAINESVILLE, FL HS: BUCCHOLZ PARENTS: MICHAEL & DANA LINDSEY CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 5-9 WEIGHT: 180 POSITION: OLB HOMETOWN: CHINO, CA HS: DON LUGO PARENTS: TODD & JILL SINCLAIR

NO:47 TANNER SCHUMACHER

CLASS: JR HEIGHT: 5-11 WEIGHT: 220 POSITION: ILB HOMETOWN: ST. LOIUS, MO HS: RIVERVIEW GARDENS PARENT: CHARLENE BALLANGER

CLASS: SR HEIGHT: 5-11 WEIGHT: 245 POSITION: OL HOMETOWN: BROOKLYN CENTER, MN HS: BROOKLYN CENTER PARENTS: JOHN & PAM SOLOMON

NO:53 PAUL BLANCHARD

CLASS: SO HEIGHT: 5-7 WEIGHT: 180 POSITION: OLB HOMETOWN: BLOOMFIELD, NE HS: BLOOMFIELD PARENTS: DUANE & LUANN SCHUMACHER

CLASS: JR HEIGHT: 6-2 WEIGHT: 220 POSITION: DL HOMETOWN: WALTHAM, MN HS: HAYFEILD PARENTS: BILL & JANICE BLANCHARD

CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 6-1 WEIGHT: 205 POSITION: OLB | K HOMETOWN: VALLIANT, OK HS: VALLIANT PARENTS: KELLY & PENNY HOWELL

CLASS: SR HEIGHT: 6-4 WEIGHT: 233 POSITION: DL HOMETOWN: CHICAGO, IL HS: MT. CARMEL PARENTS: MIKE O’BRIEN & JILLIAN BARRETT

NO:48 KELBY HOWELL

NO:54 MIKE O’BRIEN

NO:49 TURNER SCHENZEL

NO:55 A.J. GLAROS

CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 5-10 WEIGHT: 170 POSITION: WR HOMETOWN: OMAHA, NE HS: MILLARD WEST PARENTS: TY & TERRI SCHENZEL

NO:50 AUSTIN KUEHL

CLASS: SR HEIGHT: 5-9 WEIGHT: 250 POSITION: OL HOMETOWN: WOODWARD, IA HS: WOODWARD-GRANGER PARENTS: ROBERT & VALERIE KUEHL

CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 280 POSITION: OL HOMETOWN: STOCKTON, CA HS: LINCOLN PARENTS: ALAN & LADONNA TORRES

NO:56 TYLER DEAN CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 5-11 WEIGHT: 228 POSITION: ILB HOMETOWN: NORTH POINT, FL HS: NEW PORT PARENT: CHUCK DEAN

NO:57 JOSH BLOCK

NO:63 MAC SMITH

NO:58 CODY YORK

NO:64 CALEB MALSBURY

CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 205 POSITION: ILB HOMETOWN: PONCA, NE HS: PONCA PARENTS: MIKE & CONNIE BLOCK CLASS: SR HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 260 POSITION: DL HOMETOWN: TUCSON, AZ HS: CIENEGA PARENT: SUZANNE YORK

NO:59 JAMEEL CUNNINGHAM

CLASS: JR HEIGHT: 5-11 WEIGHT: 240 POSITION: OL HOMETOWN: ST. LOUIS, MO HS: RIVERVIEW GARDENS PARENTS: JAMES & ROSALIND CUNNINGHAM

NO:60 CHASE COLLINS CLASS: SO HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 240 POSITION: OL HOMETOWN: MAPLETON, IA HS: MAPLE VALLEY-ANTHON-OTO PARENTS: SHAWN & JILL COLLINS

NO:61 CODY JORDAN

CLASS: SO HEIGHT: 6-1 WEIGHT: 255 POSITION:OL HOMETOWN: FLORISSANT, MO HS: HAZELWOOD CENTRAL PARENTS: STEPHEN & COLLETTE JORDAN

NO:62 MATT JACOBS CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 5-11 WEIGHT: 270 POSITION: OL HOMETOWN: FREMONT, NE HS: ARCHBISHOP BERGAN PARENTS: MICK & MARY JACOBS

CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 6-2 WEIGHT: 190 POSITION: ILB HOMETOWN: LAS VEGAS, NV HS: ARBOR VIEW PARENTS: MCKEITHAN & ROBIN PAI-SMITH CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 5-9 WEIGHT: 175 POSITION: OLB HOMETOWN: AURORA, NE HS: CENTRAL CITY PARENTS: KEVIN & BRENDA MALSBURY

NO:66 MARSHALL DICKSON CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 300 POSITION: OL HOMETOWN: FLORISSANT, MO HS: HAZELWOOD CENTRAL PARENTS: MARSHALL & SOFIA DICKSON

NO:67 BRYCE SILVA

CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 6-1 WEIGHT: 275 POSITION: OL HOMETOWN: ROSWELL, NM HS: GATEWAY CHRISTIAN PARENTS: MICHAEL & HEATHER SILVA

NO:68 BRANDON PHILLIPS CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 250 POSITION: DL HOMETOWN: ST LOUIS, MO HS: HAZELWOOD CENTRAL PARENTS: ERIC & DAWANDA PHILLIPS

NO:72 EMMANUEL SAINT-LOUIS CLASS: JR HEIGHT: 6-3 WEIGHT: 260 POSITION: OL HOMETOWN: PORT CHARLOTTE, FL HS: PORT CHARLOTTE PARENTS: JEAN & MARIE SAINT-LOUIS

NO:74 RUDY RIVERA

NO:81 HOLDEN OELKE

NO:75 DEREK SELLERS

NO:82 KIRK SHAW

CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 6-1 WEIGHT: 275 POSITION: OL HOMETOWN: SAN ANTONIO, TX HS: MACARTHUR PARENTS: RODOLFO RIVERA & PHILOMENA MORALES CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 6-7 WEIGHT: 250 POSITION: OL HOMETOWN: CHANDLER, AZ HS: CHANDLER PARENTS: MICHAEL & KATHY SELLERS

NO:76 MICHAEL LEMMING

CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 6-4 WEIGHT: 175 POSITION: WR HOMETOWN: HICKMAN, NE HS: NORRIS PARENTS: BIAN & KELLY OELKE CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 6-1 WEIGHT: 185 POSITION: WR HOMETOWN: LOVELAND, CO HS: LOVELAND PARENT: NIK KI LUTZ

NO:83 PHIL COLLINS

CLASS: S0 HEIGHT: 6-3 WEIGHT: 260 POSITION: OL HOMETOWN: INDIAN HARBOUR BEACH, FL HS: SATELLIGHT PARENTS: DOUG & ANDREA LEMMING

CLASS: SO HEIGHT: 6-3 WEIGHT: 185 POSITION: WR HOMETOWN: HOUSTON, TX HS: WALTRIP PARENTS: BRIAN COLLINS & KARA MOGILL

CLASS: JR HEIGHT: 6-3 WEIGHT: 320 POSITION: OL HOMETOWN: ST. LOUIS, MO HS: MCCLUER PARENTS: DWAINE & JULIA BELL

CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 6-5 WEIGHT: 195 POSITION: WR HOMETOWN: VIBORG, SD HS: VIBORG-HURLEY PARENTS: CHARLES & DAWN KLUDT

NO:77 WES BELL

NO:84 RYNE KLUDT

NO:79 JOSH WEBB

NO:85 TROY DOBBINS

CLASS: JR HEIGHT: 6-5 WEIGHT: 270 POSITION: OL HOMETOWN: INDIANOLA, IA HS: INDIANOLA PARENTS: TODD & SANDY WEBB

NO:80 BRET VAN MUYDEN

CLASS: SO HEIGHT: 6-1 WEIGHT: 190 POSITION:WR HOMETOWN: HAWARDEN, IA HS: WEST SIOUX PARENTS: MICHAEL VAN MUYDEN & PAMELA WATERMAN

CLASS: SR HEIGHT: 6-3 WEIGHT: 220 POSITION: TE HOMETOWN: MIDLOTHIAN, TX HS: MIDLOTHIAN PARENTS: TERRY & JEANETTE DOBBINS

NO:86 ANDREW JINDRA CLASS: JR HEIGHT: 6-4 WEIGHT: 225 POSITION: TE HOMETOWN: OMAHA, NE HS: OMAHA NORTH PARENTS: LARRY & KELLEE JINDRA

NO:87 MICHAEL BECKER

NO:93 JACOB TASTAD

NO:88 NATE BESTICK

NO:94 DERREON RICHARDSON

CLASS: JR HEIGHT: 6-4 WEIGHT: 220 POSITION: TE HOMETOWN: NORFOLK, NE HS: NORFOLK CATHOLIC PARENTS: TIM & SANDY BECKER

CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 6-1 WEIGHT: 185 POSITION: WR HOMETOWN: ST. MICHAEL, MN HS: MADELIA PARENTS: MARK & DAWN BESTICK

NO:89 JUSTIN STRAGLIATI CLASS: SO HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 220 POSITION: TE HOMETOWN: FLORISSANT, MO HS: HAZELWOOD WEST PARENTS: DOUG & VICKEY ROTHFUSS

NO:90 MARSHALL ELLIS

CLASS: JR HEIGHT: 6-2 WEIGHT: 298 POSITION: DL HOMETOWN: ATLANTA, GA HS: REDAN PARENTS: MARSHALL ELLIS & TRACY FAUPRS

NO:91 ERIC JONES

CLASS: JR HEIGHT: 6-2 WEIGHT: 220 POSITION: DL HOMETOWN: ST. LOUIS, MO HS:MCCLUER PARENTS: MORRIS JONES & BEVERLY PRATT

NO:92 CHRIS WILLIAMS

CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 6-1 WEIGHT: 285 POSITION: DL HOMETOWN: SIOUX CITY, IA HS: NORTH PARENTS: DAVID & TERRY WILLIAMS

CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 330 POSITION: DL HOMETOWN: SIOUX CITY, IA HS: BISHOP HEELAN PARENTS: TED & TERRY TASTAD

CLASS: SO HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 275 POSITION: DL HOMETOWN: ST. LOUIS, MO HS: RITENOUR PARENTS: CARLOS RICHARDSON & TANESHA RICHARDSON

NO:95 DREW LOBERG CLASS: SO HEIGHT: 5-11 WEIGHT: 225 POSITION: DL HOMETOWN: WAYNE, NE HS: WAYNE PARENTS: BRIAN & BONNIE LOBERG

NO:97 KEVIN OCCIL CLASS: FR HEIGHT: 6-2 WEIGHT: 200 POSITION: DL HOMETOWN: HOUSTON, TX HS: WESTSIDE PARENT: GAZIE JEAN

NO:98 DWIGHT TAYLOR II

CLASS: SO HEIGHT: 6-0 WEIGHT: 215 POSITION: DL HOMETOWN: DETROIT, MI HS: SOUTHFEILD-LATHRUP PARENTS: DWIGHT TAYLOR & ROSALYN ROBERTS

NO: 99 ALEX HERNDON

CLASS: JR HEIGHT: 6-1 WEIGHT: 260 POSITION: DL HOMETOWN: CROCKETT, CA PREVIOUS COLLEGE: DELTA STATE PARENTS: MICHAEL & LYNETTE HERNDON

>>>KEVIN CANADY, JR.

>>>CHRISTIAN CRUZ

VITALS

CLASS: SR POSITION: OLB HOMETOWN: ST. LOUIS, MO HS: RIVERVIEW GARDENS PARENTS: KEVIN CANADY & DENISE JACKSON

>>>LUCAS HIGHTREE

VITALS

>>>TYLER KRESSIN

VITALS

VITALS

CLASS: FR POSITION: QB HOMETOWN: GOLDEN, CO HS: GOLDEN PARENTS: JACK & STACIE HIGHTREE

>>>LASHUNN NORRIS

VITALS

>>>HOY THOMPSON

>>>ALEX PICK

CLASS: FR POSITION: RB HOMETOWN: GLENDALE, AZ HS: CACTUS PARENTS: ATWAN NORRIS & SUZANNE BALLARD

VITALS

CLASS: FR POSITION: ILB HOMETOWN: FORT LAUDERDALE, FL HS: SOUTH PLANTATION PARENT: SHARON CAMBELL

CLASS: FR POSITION: ILB HOMETOWN: OMAHA, NE HS: MILLARD WEST PARENTS: JUAN & ALICIA CRUZ

CLASS: FR POSITION: RB HOMETOWN: ROSECREEK, MN HS: SOUTHLAND PARENTS: SCOTT & TAMMY MCMASTERS

VITALS

CLASS: SO POSITION: ILB HOMETOWN: SIOUX CITY, IA HS: BISHOP HEELAN PARENTS: JEFF & MARY PICK

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DECADE 1 YEAR-BY-YEAR 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

0-10 3-7 4-7 5-6 0-11 2-9

2009 2010 2011 Total

4-7 2-9 2-9 22-75

BRIAR CLIFF VS. OPPONENTS BETHANY 2007 B 14-21 (H) 0-1 CONCORDIA 2003 C 3-30 (H) 0-1 2004 C 29-48 (A) 0-2 2005 BC 20-17 (A) 1-2 2006 BC 30-24 (H) 2-2 2007 C 23-36 (A) 2-3 2008 C 7-17 (A) 2-4 2009 C 10-21 (H) 2-5 2010 C 26-30 (A) 2-6 2011 C 47-12 (A) 2-7 DAKOTA STATE 2011 DS 24-16 (A) 0-1 DAKOTA WESLEYAN 2003 DW 7-14 (H) 0-1 2004 BC 30-7 (A) 1-1 2005 BC 6-3(A) 2-1 2006 BC 13-6 (H) 3-1 2007 DW 14-37 (A) 3-2 2008 DW 7-41 (H) 3-3 2009 BC 33-7 (A) 4-3 2010 DW 14-49 (A) 4-4 2011 DW 45-14 (H) 4-5 DANA 2003 D 6-35 (A) 0-1 2004 BC 21-13 (H) 1-1 2005 D 28-45 (A) 1-2 2006 D 0-38 (H) 1-3 2007 D 18-42 (A) 1-4 2008 D 15-17 (A) 1-5 2009 BC 23-0 (H) 2-5 DOANE 2003 D 0-28 (H) 0-1 2004 D 0-16 (A) 0-2 2005 D 13-28 (A) 0-3 2006 BC 21-9 (H) 1-3 2007 D 5-20 (A) 1-4 2010 D 14-49 (H) 1-5 2011 D 31-14 (H) 1-6 DORDT 2008 BC 27-16 (H) 1-0 2009 BC 30-3 (A) 2-0 2010 BC 17-7 (A) 3-0 2011 BC 16-10 (OT) (H)4-0

GRAND VIEW 2008 GV 17-20 (A) 0-1 2009 GV 21-27 (H) 0-2 HASKELL 2006 BC 28-13 (A) HASTINGS 2003 H 10-34 (A) 2004 H 0-17 (H) 2005 BC 20-17 (H) 2006 H 3-28 (A) 2007 H 21-24 (H) 2008 BC 25-24 (H) 2009 H 20-31 (A) 2010 H 0-33 (H) 2011 H 38-0 (A) MIDLAND 2003 M 0-44 H) 2004 BC 14-7 (A) 2005 M 19-29 (H) 2006 BC 24-21 (A) 2007 M 31-32 (H) 2008 M 7-20 (H) 2009 M 21-14 (A) 2010 M 10-31 (H) 2011 M 37-15 (H) MORNINGSIDE 2003 M 3-21 (A) 2004 M 0-26 (H) 2005 M 9-35 (H) 2006 M 7-37 (A) 2007 M 13-31 (H) 2008 M 8-73 (A) 2009 M 17-45 (H) 2010 M 12-58 (A) 2011 M 59-7 (A) NEBRASKA WESLEYAN 2003 NW 7-51 (A) 2004 NW 21-36 (H) 2005 NW 10-24 (H) 2006 NW 3-42 (A) 2007 NW 0-22 (H) 2008 NW 6-9 (H) 2009 BC 8-7 (A) 2010 NW 27-34 (A) 2011 NW 52-7 (H)

1-0 0-1 0-2 1-2 1-3 1-4 2-4 2-5 2-6 2-7 0-1 1-1 1-2 2-2 2-3 2-4 2-5 2-6 2-7 0-1 0-2 0-3 0-4 0-5 0-6 0-7 0-8 0-9 0-1 0-2 0-3 0-4 0-5 0-6 1-6 1-7 1-8

NORTHWESTERN 2003 N 0-51 (H) 2004 N 0-31 (A) 2005 N 0-49 (A) 2006 N 7-41 (H) 2007 N 14-28 (A) 2008 N 0-35 (A) 2009 N 28-33 (H) 2010 N 38-59 (H) 2011 ND 46-27 (H) PERU STATE 2005 BC 19-8 (N) SIOUX FALLS 2003 SF 6-62 (A) 2004 SF 28-46 (H) 2005 SF 14-50 (H) 2006 SF 0-41 (A) 2007 SF 15-49 (H) 2008 SF 0-42 (A) 2009 SF 8-41 (H) 2010 SF 21-66 (H) WALDORF 2010 BC 37-7 (A) 2011 BC 35-10 (H)

0-1 0-2 0-3 0-4 0-5 0-6 0-7 0-8 0-9 1-0 0-1 0-2 0-3 0-4 0-5 0-6 0-7 0-8 1-0 2-0

NAIA ALL-AMERICA SCHOLAR-ATHLETES 2004 ALEX POPPEN 2004 CHAD MASS 2005 ALEX POPPEN 2005 AARON BURBACH 2005 COREY DEROCHER 2005 NATHAN MUELLER 2005 MIKE PARKINSON 2006 AARON BURBACH 2006 COREY DEROCHER 2006 NATHAN MUELLER 2006 MIKE PARKINSON 2006 SHAWN PEARSON 2007 SHAWN PEARSON 2007 LUKE RODER 2011 MICHAEL BECKER ALL-CONFERENCE 2003 CHAD MAAS 2003 DAVID HEGARTY 2003 ANTHONY SOBOTKA 2003 MATT MUELLER 2003 MIKE MAXEY 2004 DAVID HEGARTY 2004 ANTHONY SOBOTKA 2004 JOSH SCHAFFERT 2004 ALEX POPPEN 2004 CHAD MAAS 2004 MATT MUELLER 2004 MICHAEL TURNER 2004 NOAH DEA 2004 KYLE HELD 2005 DAVID HEGARTY 2005 MICHAEL TURNER 2005 ALEX POPPEN 2005 JOSH SCHAFFERT 2005 KYLE HELD 2005 NOAH DEA 2005 JON CARLSON 2005 TYLER GRIFFITH 2005 COREY DEROCHER 2005 ANTHONY SOBOTKA 2005 JON BORER 2005 JON BORER 2005 MATT MUELLER 2006 KANE KUEHL 2006 JOSH SCHAFFERT 2006 WADE FEGENBUSH 2006 CHRIS BARBER 2006 JON CARLSON 2006 NOAH DEA 2006 COREY DEROCHER 2006 JARROD MAKOVICKA 2006 MIKE MERTES 2006 MATT MUELLER 2006 ADAM ROBARDS 2006 LUKE RODER 2006 CORY ROEDER 2007 KANE KUEHL 2007 CORY ROEDER 2007 JARROD MAKOVICKA 2007 CHRIS BARBER 2007 BRANDON FRANKLIN 2007 MICHAEL LANGFIELD 2007 JOE MELTON 2007 BILLY MOUSEL 2007 ROGER SANDAU 2008 JARROD MAKOVICKA

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2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011

LUKE RODER RYAN PRATHER BRENNAN WHITE ERIC BOLIN CECIL MILTON BILLY MOUSEL CHASE COLVIN DREW PROHASKA DAVID SHEPARD JARROD MAKOVICKA CHASE COLVIN TAYLOR SCHUMACHER CALVIN CHRISTOPHERSEN LUKE RODER ERIC BOLIN DREW PROHASKA JON SMITH STEVE URQUIDEZ CECIL MILTON BRADY SUMMERS CHASE COLVIN DREW PROHASKA DREW PROHASKA ERIC BOLIN JON SMITH ZAC KLIMENT BRADY SUMMERS JOSH SCHROEDER JOHN SWANSON BRYCE HARSHMAN JARED WILLIAMS WES BELL JORDAN LESTER BRADY SUMMERS

HONORABLE MENTION HONORABLE MENTION HONORABLE MENTION HONORABLE MENTION HONORABLE MENTION HONORABLE MENTION HONORABLE MENTION HONORABLE MENTION HONORABLE MENTION 1ST TEAM 2ND TEAM 2ND TEAM HONORABLE MENTION HONORABLE MENTION HONORABLE MENTION HONORABLE MENTION HONORABLE MENTION HONORABLE MENTION HONORABLE MENTION HONORABLE MENTION 1ST TEAM 1ST TEAM 2ND TEAM 2ND TEAM 2ND TEAM HONORABLE MENTION HONORABLE MENTION HONORABLE MENTION HONORABLE MENTION 2ND TEAM 2ND TEAM HONORABLE MENTION HONORABLE MENTION HONORABLE MENTION

TEAM GAME RECORDS

RECORD TOTAL PLAYS FIRST DOWNS RUSHING YARDS PASSING YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE MOST BCU POINTS FEWEST RUSH YARDS ALLOWED MOST RUSH YARDS ALLOWED FEWEST PASSING YARDS ALLOWED MOST PASSING YARDS ALLOWED MOST PUNTS MOST TOS (BCU) MOST TOS (OPP.) MOST SACKS MOST INTS (BCU) MOST INTS (OPP.)

TEAM SEASON RECORDS

RECORD WINS CONSECUTIVE WINS RUSHING YARDS PASSING YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE MOST POINTS AVERAGE PPG MOST TOUCHDOWNS RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS PASSING TOUCHDOWNS MOST FIELD GOALS FEWEST PENALTIES MOST SACKS MOST FUMBLE RECOVERIES MOST INTERCEPTIONS MOST TOTAL TAKEAWAYS

OPPONENT RECORD YEAR HASTINGS 98 DOANE 98 DORDT 28 DORDT 274 HASTINGS 475 HASTINGS 534 NORTHWESTERN 38 DANA -35 MIDLAND LUTHERAN 365 DORDT 15 DANA 456 DAKOTA WESLEYAN 11 NORTHWESTERN 7 DAKOTA WESLEYAN 7 NEBRASKA WESLEYAN 8 CONCORDIA 5 NORTHWESTERN 4 DAKOTA WESLEYAN 4 NORTHWESTERN 7 RECORD 5 2 2 979 2,549 3,435 216 19.6 30 10 10 21 10 50 29 16 19 27 27

YEAR 2006 2004 2005 2009 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2009 2007 2010 2005 2003 2006 2008 2004 2008 2006

2008 2007 2008 2009 2008 2008 2010 2009 2005 2009 2007 2003 2007 2007 2006 2006 2009 2004 2007

INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS RECORD SCORING RUSHING YARDS PASSING YARDS PASS ATTEMPTS PASS COMPLETIONS TD PASSES RECEIVING YARDS RECEPTIONS TD RECEPTIONS LONGEST PASS LONGEST TD PASS LONGEST RECEPTION LONGEST TD RECEPTION LONGEST RUSH LONGEST TD RUN MOST RUSHING TDS PASS INTERCEPTIONS LONGEST INT. RETURN LONGEST FUM. RETURN LONGEST FIELD GOAL MOST PUNTS LONGEST PUNT LONGEST PUNT RETURN LONGEST KICK-OFF RETURN MOST PATS MOST FIELD GOALS MOST TACKLES

ATHLETE MICHAEL TURNER MICHAEL TURNER DAVID SHEPARD KYLE GERDES KYLE GERDES RYAN HAJEK LEHI TONGA JON BORER LUKE RODER LUKE RODER CHASE COLVIN LUKE RODER MICHAEL TURNER MICHAEL TURNER JD LINDSAY JD LINDSAY CHASE COLVIN CHASE COLVIN DREW PROHASKA MICHAEL TURNER DREW PROHASKA EMMANUEL MTIKA ANTHONY SOBOTKA STUART SMITH JASON ENRIGHT TYLER GRIFFITH TYLER GRIFFITH DEREK BEISNER KANE KUEHL MATT MUELLER COREY DEROCHER JOSH MCKEAN JASON ENRIGHT TYLER GRIFFITH TYLER GRIFFITH JOSH MCKEAN KEVIN JOHNSON ANTHONY SOBOTKA

OPPONENT DANA HASTINGS DORDT HASTINGS HASTINGS HASTINGS NORTHWESTERN DANA HASTINGS HASTINGS DAKOTA WESLEYAN HASKELL DANA HASTINGS MORNINGSIDE MORNINGSIDE MORNINGSIDE MORNINGSIDE CONCORDIA MIDLAND DORDT WALDORF DANA NEB.WESLEYAN MIDLAND DOANE DAKOTA WESLEYAN DAKOTA WESLEYAN DOANE DAKOTA WESLEYAN CONCORDIA NORTHWESTERN MIDLAND HASKELL DANA DANA GRAND VIEW NEB. WESLEYAN

RECORD 18 18 187 467 67 38 5 4 248 14 3 3 3 3 90 90 90 90 78 62 3 3 95 74 (TD) 45 45 11 11 81 44 93 4 4 4 4 3 3 19

YEAR 2005 2005 2008 2008 2008 2009 2010 2005 2008 2008 2009 2006 2005 2005 2007 2007 2007 2007 2010 2004 2009 2011 2004 2003 2007 2005 2003 2011 2007 2006 2006 2009 2007 2006 2005 2009 2008 2004

INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS SCORING TOUCHDOWNS RUSHING YARDS PASSING YARDS RECEIVING YARDS RECEPTIONS PASS INTERCEPTIONS FUMBLE RECOVERIES MOST SACKS MOST TACKLES (SOLO) MOST TACKLES (ALL) MOST FIELD GOALS MOST PATS

ATHLETE MICHAEL TURNER MICHAEL TURNER JARED WILLIAMS LEHI TONGA MICHAEL TURNER CHASE COLVIN TAYLOR SCHUMACHER MATT MUELLER JARROD MAKOVICKA WADE FEGENBUSH DAVID HEGARTY JARROD MAKOVICKA JARROD MAKOVICKA TYLER GRIFFITH JOSH MCKEAN

INDIVIDUAL CAREER TOP THREES RUSHING YARDS PASSING YARDS RECEIVING YARDS RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS RECEPTIONS MOST TACKLES MOST TACKLES FOR LOSS INTERCEPTIONS SACKS

ATHLETE STAVHN LEAVY ADAM ROBARDS JESSE GALLES LEHI TONGA KYLE GERDES J.D. LINDSAY CHASE COLVIN LUKE RODER DREW PROHASKA MICHAEL TURNER LUKE RODER CHASE COLVIN CHASE COLVIN DREW PROHASKA LUKE RODER JARROD MAKOVICKA JOSH SCHAFFERT ERIC BOLIN JARROD MAKOVICKA JOSH SCHAFFERT ERIC BOLIN MATT MUELLER CECIL MILTON JON SMITH JOSH SCHAFFERT DAVID HEGARTY KYLE HELD JOSH SCHAFFERT

RECORD 60 10 789 1,857 845 69 5 5 4 4 7.5 71 98 10 22

YEAR 2005 2005 2011 2010 2005 2010 2009 2004 2008 2006 2004 2008 2008 2005 2009

RECORD 1,135 1,135 1,026 3,168 3,068 1,493 2,200 1,828 1,561 17 17 16 182 151 137 324.5 315.5 248.5 49.5 48 33.5 11 8 7 7 17 13.5 13.5

YEARS 2008-CURRENT 2005-07 2003-05 2009-10 2006-08 2006-07 2007-10 2005-06 | 2008-09 2007-10 2004-05 2005-06 | 2008-09 2007-10 2007-10 2007-10 2005-09 2006-09 2003-06 2007-10 2006-09 2003-06 2007-10 2003-06 2008-09 2007-10 2003-06 2003-05 2003-05 2003-06

Air Conditioning/Heating Kalin’s Indoor Comfort

Home Improvement Diamond Vogel

Automobile Repair Hotels/Motels Prestige Collision & Repair Centers Country Inn and Suites Sioux Body Shop Hilton Garden Inn Holiday Inn Downtown Automobile Sales/Maintenance Marina Inn Jensen Imports Ramada City Centre Rick Collin’s Toyota Stoney Creek Inn

Restaurants Bev’s on the River

Bob Roe’s Point After/Westside Pizza

Insurance Northeast Nebraska Insurance State Farm Insurance – Sterne Akin

Jerry’s Pizza Jimmy John’s Gourmet Subs Kahill’s Maid-Rite McDonald’s Minerva’s Perkins Pita Pit Pizza Ranch Townhouse Pizza and Lounge

Jewelers Gunderson’s

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Media Siouxland Sports Authority Powell Broadcasting (Kool 99.5 FM)

Financial Planning Arthur J. Gallagher Risk Management McGreevy and Associates

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Plumbing Foulk Brothers

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Garage Doors Overhead Door Company Hair Care Sport Clips

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