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The College at Brockport, State University of New York Founded 1835 Location Brockport, NY 14420 Enrollment 8,303 Colors Green & Gold Field Bob Boozer Field Stadium Eunice Kennedy Shriver Stadium Capacity/Surface 12,000/Natural grass Affiliations NCAA Division III, ECAC Conference New Jersey Athletic Conference President Dr. John R. Halstead

Football Information Head coach (Alma Mater) Football Office Office Phone FAX Email Football Recruiting Coordinator Phone Email

Assistant Coaches Offensive Coordinator

Defensive Coordinator Offensive Line Defensive Line/Video Linebackers Kickers/Punters Running Backs Special Teams Receivers Assistant Offensive Line Assistant Linebackers

Rocco Salomone (Brockport ‘88/’90) 250 Tuttle South 350 New Campus Drive Brockport, NY 14420 (585) 395-5348 (585) 395-2160 rsalomon@brockport.edu Pete Matthews (585) 395-2346 pmatthew@brockport.edu

Jason Mangone (Brockport ‘00) jmangone@brockport.edu Rashaan Jordan (Alfred ‘94) rjordan@brockprot.edu Pete Matthews (Dickinson ‘90) pmatthew@brockprot.edu Michael Epstein (Ithaca ‘09) mepstein@brockport.edu Bob Ellis (Ithaca ‘74) rellis@brockport.edu Steve Milne (Brockport ‘93) football@brockport.edu Aaron Zurn azurn1@brockport.edu Steve Romano (Brockport ‘78) football@brockport.edu Matt Newman mnewm1@brockport.edu Bill Devitt (Marietta ‘81) football@brockport.edu Nate Bull nbull1@brockport.edu

Athletics

Director of Athletics Associate Director Associate Director Assistant Director Academic Success Director Department Secretary Athletic Trainers Equipment Managers Athletic Office Phone Athletic FAX

Athletic Communications Director

Assistant Graduate Assistant Office Phone Cell Phone FAX Football Press Box

Team Information

Noah D. LeFevre Susan Hoffman Erick Hart Jessica Wheeler Mary Ann Giglio Pam Rowles Lee Cohen, Erin Chapman, Mike Militello, John Jackson Fred Parker, Pete Baudanza (585) 395-5328 (585) 395-2160

Kelly Vergin kvergin@brockport.edu Tom Loughrey tloughre@brockport.edu Rose Dovi rdovi1@brockprot.edu (585) 395-2218 (585) 469-4471 (585) 395-2160 (585) 395-2970

Basic Offense: Basic Defense:

Multiple Multiple

Letterwinners Returning: Offense: Defense: Special Teams:

50 24 25 1

Letterwinners Lost: Offense: Defense: Special Teams:

46 22 23 1

Starters Returning: Offense: Defense: Special Teams:

14 7 6 1

Starters Lost: Offense: Defense: Special Teams:

10 4 5 1

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Head coach Rocco Salomone has transformed the College at Brockport Golden Eagle football team into one of the most highly regarded programs in the country since he took the helm in 1994. After a 2-8 record in 2010, his overall record stands at 94-69-1 (.573 winning percentage). Five Golden Eagles have earned First-Team All-American status during his tenure with Tom Massey, Josh Warner, Jay Johnson, Mike Condello and Cuyler Groth each reaching the pinnacle of Division III football. Salomone led the team to four straight NCAA Tournament appearances from 20002003, including an NCAA Quarterfinals appearance in 2002. In 2010, the Golden Eagles ranked in the top five of the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) in the following team categories: fifth in scoring offense (24.7 points per game), second in total offense (375.2 yards per game), second in rushing (196.2 yards per game), third in passing (179 yards per game), first in first downs (22.8 per game), first in third-down conversion rate (41.9 percent) and first in fourth-down conversions (55.2 percent). Brockport’s Nate Bull recorded multiple 20-plus tackle games, and his 148 tackles were second-most in school history. Bull ranked third among all Division III players with his 148 tackles. Bull, Pat Hashey and Sean Kearney earned spots on the year-ending NJAC All-Conference team while wide receiver Jake Spalik was named NJAC Offensive Rookie of the Year. Bull and Kearney each played in the D3 Senior Classic. The 2009 season saw the Golden Eagles break over 20 school records and the offense scored more and passed for more yards than any team in school history. Nine Golden Eagles earned NJAC All-Conference honors and Matt Newman was selected to play in the Division III senior all-star game. Senior Cevon Carver was named to the All-Region team. The 2008 season ended with a thrilling 70-68 victory in the ECAC Northwest Bowl game against Hartwick College. Running back Garet Lynch set several scoring and rushing records including the most yards gain in a half with 380 yards gained in the first half against Hartwick. Lynch became the all-time leader in scoring in a game, season and career. Lynch, along with offensive lineman Cuyler Groth, were named to the All-Region team. The 2007 campaign saw Salomone win his 80th career game with an 18-14 win over Apprentice. The Golden Eagles finished 5-5 overall, including four losses to NCAA Division III Tournament teams in their final season in the Atlantic Central Football Conference. He became the all-time winningest football coach at Brockport with a 46-0 victory over Mount Ida in 2001. The 2003 season featured a 6-0 start and a 9-1 regular season mark. Brockport hosted a first round NCAA playoff contest and finished 19th in the AFCA national coaches’ poll. The Golden Eagles were also #20 in the D3football.com poll and #25 in the Football Gazettte poll. A 1988 College at Brockport graduate and a full-time football staff member since 1990, Salomone was named the eighth head coach in the program’s history on Nov. 21, 1994. Just the second alumnus to be Brockport’s head coach (joining Gerry D’Agostino ’49, who coached from 1964 to 1973), Salomone replaced Ed Matejkovic, who stepped down at the end of the 1994 season. Salomone guided his 2002 squad to an 8-2 regular season record and the Golden Eagles were selected to the playoffs. Brockport posted a record five shutouts and finished the year leading all of NCAA Division III in scoring defense and pass efficiency defense, while ranking seventh in total defense. The Golden Eagles were named the ECAC Division III Team of the Year and won the Lambert Trophy. The 2002 team broke many school records, including wins in a season with 10. Defensive lineman Mike Condello was a consensus All-American for the Golden Eagles.

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The 2001 campaign featured a seven-game winning streak and an eventual NCAA playoff team. AllAmerican linebacker Jay Johnson capped off his season by starring in the prestigious Aztec Bowl and later signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Brockport’s program took a step up to the national level for the first time in its 54-year history, posting an undefeated campaign in 2000 and earning its first NCAA playoff berth. Brockport led all NCAA divisions in scoring defense and allowed just 44 points and five total touchdowns all year. AllAmerican offensive lineman Josh Warner later signed with the New York Giants and earned a ring as a starter with the Berlin Thunder, the 2001 World League Champions. In 1997, Brockport won all five home games, including a thrilling 30-28 victory over NCAA playoff-bound Cortland in the season finale. The following year the squad closed out with three straight wins, including victories over NCAA playoff-bound College of New Jersey, and rival Cortland. It was the third year in a row Brockport had beaten Cortland, a first in the 50-year series.

Brockport Under Salomone Year Record 1995 4-5-1 1996 6-4 1997 6-4 1998 3-6 1999 6-4 2000 8-1 2001 9-2 2002 10-3 2003 9-2 2004 6-4 2005 5-5 2006 4-6 2007 5-5 2008 7-4 2009 4-6 2010 2-8 16 Years 94-69-1

Salomone was a two-year starter at Brockport (1986-87) after stints at Juniata College (1983) and East Stroudsburg (198485, including a redshirt year in ’84). He and his brother, Blase Salomone, were two of the first recruits for Matejkovic, who took over as head coach in 1986. After his senior year, Salomone had tryouts with several teams, including the New England Patriots and New York Giants. He was a graduate assistant under Matejkovic in 1988 before taking a position as the offensive and defensive line coach at Camp Hill (PA) High School in 1989. He returned to Brockport the following fall as Matejkovic’s first full-time assistant. In his first season, he coached the running backs then moved to the defensive side, later serving as the defensive coordinator in 1993 and 1994. Salomone attended Arundel High School in Maryland for two years before his family moved to Carlisle, Pa., for his junior and senior years. A 1983 graduate of Carlisle High School, he was a first-team All-State selection as a junior and led his team to an undefeated season and the Pennsylvania 4A state title. Salomone and his wife, Kelly, live in Brockport with their two daughters Cecilia and Tori and son Joey.

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Jason Mangone joined the football coaching staff in 1998, and was named offensive coordinator in 2003. In 2010, Brockport averaged 24.7 points per game, including scoring a season-best 45 points vs. Buffalo State. Under Mangone, the Golden Eagles ranked second in the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) in total offense (375.2 yards per game), second in rushing offense (196.2 yards per game), third in passing offense (179 yards per game) and fifth in scoring average. The 2009 team broke 20 school records with the offensive unit earning the title of the highest scoring and most prolific passing teams in school history. The unit finished eighth in the country in total offense averaging 466.5 yards per contest. Mangone is the recruiting coordinator for the Brockport Athletics Department and acts as home event manager for several sports. Mangone played two years at Alfred before transferring to Brockport in 1997. He became the starting quarterback in 1997 and also started in 1998, setting season records for completion percentage and efficiency rating in his first season at Brockport. He received the Offensive Player of the Year Award in 1998, and Rookie of the Year honors in 1997 with Brockport. He was also the rookie of the year at Alfred in 1995. Mangone received his B.S. in physical education from The College at Brockport in 2000. The offensive coordinator is a native of Lancaster, N.Y., and currently resides in Chili with his wife, Janine and sons Brendan and Evan.

Before coming to Brockport, Jordan served as the assistant head coach/defensive coordinator/ linebackers coach for Division II’s Wingate (NC) University, a position he held from 20012008. His last coaching position was the defensive coordinator and linebackers coach for Frewsburg High School in Frewsburg, NY. “Being in the State University of New York system really appealed to me. I know a lot of the positives that you can use to sell the student-athletes and their parents about getting them to commit to a school like Brockport,” Jordan said. He has been a defensive coordinator since 2001. Jordan possesses a familiarity with both the State University of New York system and the admissions process required for potential student-athletes, as he previously worked at Buffalo State as an Admissions Advisor/EOP Coordinator/Athletics Liaison. Among Jordan’s many football coaching experiences, he has also served as Cornell University’s linebackers coach and was the outside linebackers coach at Division I’s University at Buffalo from 1999-2001. Prior to getting into coaching, Jordan was a standout running back at Alfred University before graduating in 1994 with a B.S. in Athletic Administration. Salomone was Brockport’s defensive coordinator when Jordan was starring for the Saxons. Jordan and his wife, Elizabeth, reside in Brockport with their five children, Malik, Calen, Kyral, Kyra and Makiah.

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Pete Matthews was hired by the Golden Eagles in 1992 as the assistant coach of The College at Brockport’s football team. In 2010, Brockport was second in the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) in total offense (375.2 yards per game) and second in rushing offense (196.2 yards per game). The 2009 Golden Eagle offense ranked No. 8 in the country in total offense with an average of 466.4 yards gained per game. He took over as offensive coordinator in the middle of 1999 and served in that role until 2003, and now oversees the offensive line. This is his 13th season as a full-time assistant. Matthews has served as a tight ends coach, JV offensive coordinator, receivers coach and quarterbacks coach. He has also coached at Oberlin College (OH) in 1991, and Ewing High School in Trenton, N.J. Matthews earned his B.S. in political science from Dickinson College (PA) in 1990. He earned a M.S. in physical education from The College at Brockport in 1995. Matthews was a four-year varsity member at Dickinson College, and was also on the track and field team for two years. He resides in Brockport with his wife Corinne and son Trent.

Michael Epstein joined The College at Brockport in 2009. He spent three years as a student assistant at Ithaca College prior to coming to Brockport. He assisted with day-to-day practice operations for the wide receivers and tight ends. On game days, Epstein worked with the Offensive Coordinator charting the defensive fronts and blitzes and was involved with scouting and player recruitment. He has three years of experience with Webb game-day application and has also worked the Mike Welch coaching clinic in Ithaca over the summer months. Epstein served in the United States Marine Corps from July 2001-2005. He was a two-year captain and treasurer of the Ithaca College Ski club. He earned his B.A. in Sport Studies from Ithaca College in 2009. Epstein played one year at Morrisville State as a wide receiver and part of the special teams unit. In 2006, he transferred to Ithaca where he worked as a student-assistant for the football team for three years.

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Steve Milne began to assist the Brockport staff in 2001. He also coached at the University of Rochester in the 2002 season. He played three years as a kicker at Brockport and was the second First Team All-American in school history (1993). Led the nation in field goals made per game in 1993. Milne still holds Brockport records for field goals in a season (13) and points scored by a kicker in a season (58). He also works full-time at the University of Rochester and was inducted into the Golden Eagle Athletic Hall of Fame in 2009. Milne received his B.S. in criminal justice from The College at Brockport in 1993.

Bob Ellis rejoined the Golden Eagles in 2009 after a three-season hiatus. He coached linebackers and the special teams units for 13 years at Brockport. He served as head coach at Brockport High School from 1982-91. He was selected as the linebackers coach for the 1985 Eddie Meath All-Star Game. Ellis also coached at high schools in Sidney (1977-81), South Berlin (1976) and New Berlin (1975). In addition, he coached the semi-pro Chenango Storm (1977) and Oneonta Indians (1975-76) and began his career as a graduate assistant at Ithaca College in 1974. While he was a head coach at Brockport High School, he was named the Monroe County West Coach of the Year in 1985. Ellis earned his Bachelor’s degree from Ithaca College in 1974, while playing tight end and outside linebacker for the Bombers from 1970 to 1973. He also earned a Master’s degree from Ithaca College in 1975.

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Steve Romano joined the football program at The College at Brockport as a special teams coordinator in the spring of 2011. He will also be assisting with the defense, specifically the secondary. Romano played football in high school, but never played in college, instead choosing to play baseball. His passion for the gridiron continued, as he was a head coach at all levels of high school football. He has coached in the John Marshall, Webster and Penfield school districts. Romano attended Monroe Community College for two years before coming to Brockport to earn his B.S. in physical education in 1978. He continued on, receiving his M.S. in 1982. He’s been teaching physical education at Willink Middle School since 1984.

Aaron Zurn was hired as an assistant coach for the Golden Eagles in 2010. He worked with the running backs throughout the season. Zurn played four years for the Golden Eagles as a running back and was the No. 1 back in 2009. He played in 23 games and rushed for 970 yards on 214 carries scoring 12 touchdowns. He also caught 28 passes for 275 yards and another three scores. His 84 single-season points scored ranks second on the all-time scoring list at Brockport. He’s currently completing the requirements for his B.S. from The College at Brockport in Sport Management and Communication.

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Matt Newman joined The College at Brockport as a student assistant coach for the Golden Eagles coaching staff in 2010. He worked with Brockport’s wide receivers, which included Jake Spalik, who was named the NJAC’s Offensive Rookie of the Year after catching 53 passes for 528 yards and two touchdowns. Newman played four years for the Golden Eagles as a wide receiver and helped the offensive unit break several school scoring and passing records over the past two seasons. He played in 36 games and caught 102 passes for a total of 1,501 yards and nine touchdowns. He led the Golden Eagles with 854 yards in 2009 and also scored a team-leading eight touchdowns through the air. His 854 yards ranks second all-time for receiving yards in a season. His 1,501 career yards total is fifth on the records list and his 49 catches in 2009 and 102 career receptions are both No. 6 on the all-time lists at Brockport. He is in the process of completing the requirements for his B.S. from The College at Brockport in Physical Education Teacher Certification.

Bill Devitt began his second stint with The College at Brockport football team in 2010. He had previously been on the coaching staff in 1996 and 1997. His role with the team is assistant offensive line coach. Devitt graduated from Marietta College with a B.S. in physical education, and immediately entered the coaching world. He was the assistant coach at Penfield High School from 1981-86. After that, Devitt was the defensive ends coach at the University of Rochester from 1987 to 1989. His longest coaching tenure was served at Perry High School, where he was the head coach from 1990-96 and then again from 2000-09.

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Nathan Bull began working The College at Brockport football team in 2011 as an assistant. He’s specifically assigned to work with the linebackers, a position he played during his fouryear tenure at Brockport. Bull anchored the Brockport defense, recording 148 tackles with 51 solo stops and 97 assisted tackles along with 11 tackles for loss, 2 ½ sacks, three forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries. He led the NJAC in tackles and averaged 14.8 stops per game, the third-best total in Division III. Bull’s success earned him D3PRODAY.com All-American honors. He amassed 321 career tackles, making him just the fifth defensive player in school history to clear the milestone. In the season-finale against Buffalo State, Bull recorded a career-high 22 tackles, the third time he had 20-plus tackles during a game in 2010. Bull won four NJAC Defensive Player of the Week awards.

2011 Brockport Football coaching staff - back row (left to right): Nathan Bull, Pete Matthews, Matt Newman, Bob Ellis, Steve Milne, Steve Romano. Front row: Jason Mangone, Aaron Zurn, Michael Epstein, Head Coach Rocco Salomone, Rashaan Jordan.

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Jake Spalik

Jordan Hogan

Position .............. Wide Receiver Ht/Wt .......................... 5-9/154 Year ........................ Sophomore Hometown ..... Johnson City, NY High School .......... Johnson City

Position .............. Wide Receiver Ht/Wt .......................... 6-0/159 Year ................................ Junior Hometown .......... Lockport, NY High School ................ Newfane

2010: Played in and started all 10 games at wide receiver … Hauled in 53 passes for 582 yards with two touchdowns during his freshman season to earn the New Jersey Athletic Conference’s (NJAC) Offensive Rookie of the Year honors … Led the NJAC in receptions per game (5.3) and ranked ninth in receiving yards per game (52.8) … Honorable Mention All-NJAC selection was a three-time NJAC Offensive Rookie of the Week winner … Led the Golden Eagles in receptions and was tied for first in receiving touchdowns … Started his Brockport career fast, catching a season-high 10 passes during a season-opening loss to St. John Fisher College … Against Rowan University, totaled 141 receiving yards, the highest total since Matt Newman had 188 receiving yards against Buffalo State in 2009 … Also carried the ball nine times for 37 yards Personal: Kinesiology/Sport Science/Physical Education major … Son of John and Karen … Has two siblings: Janelle and Kara … Third-team All-State selection in high school … Member of National Honor Society

Year Gm Rec Yards TD Long Rush Yards Long 2010 10 53 528 2 54 9 37 12 TOTAL 10 53 528 2 54 9 37 12

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2010: Played in and started all 10 games at wide receiver … Led Brockport in receiving yards, hauling in 40 passes for 590 yards … Tied for team lead with two receiving touchdowns … Hauled in a 70-yard touchdown pass during season-opening loss at St. John Fisher College, the longest pass play of the season … Caught at least five passes in five games, with a season-high six grabs against Western Connecticut State on Sept. 18 … Scored on a 37-yard touchdown pass against Morrisville State on Oct. 2 2009: Caught three passes for 27 yards … Caught two passes for 21 yards against Rowan University on Oct. 3 Personal: Communication major … Son of Donald and Marcella … Has two siblings: Seven and Shantera … Played in Kenningston Lions All-Star game in 2009

Year Gm 2010 10 2009 2 TOTAL 12

Rec 40 3 43

Yards 590 27 617

TD 2 0 2

Long 70 16 70

Alex Hendrickson

Joe Scibilia

Position .............. Running Back Ht/Wt .......................... 5-8/192 Year ................................Senior Hometown ........... Unadilla, NY High School .................Unatego

Position ................. Quarterback Ht/Wt .......................... 6-2/203 Year ................................ Junior Hometown .. N. Tonawanda, NY High School ............... Starpoint

2010: Played in 10 games and made six starts at running back … Started the final six games and led the Golden Eagles with 832 rushing yards on 173 carries, an average of 4.8 yards per carry, and 83.2 yards per game … Scored five rushing touchdowns and added 24 catches for 168 yards with one receiving touchdown … Earned second-team All-NJAC honors on offense for his all-around offensive skills … Rushed for 310 yards against Morrisville on Oct. 2, the fifth-highest total by a Division III running back this year … Was named to the D3football.com National Team of the Week after his performance vs. Morrisville … His six total TDs ranked second on the team Personal: Business Administration major … Son of Christopher and Sandra … Has three siblings: Tom, Kate and Mark … First-team AllState running back at Unatego … Played in four games and returned one kick for 15 yards as a member of Ithaca College’s football team

Year Gm Rush Yards 2010 10 173 832 TOTAL 10 173 832

Avg. 83.2 83.2

Rec Yards TD 24 168 5 24 168 5

2010: Played in and started nine games at quarterback … Passed for 1,416 yards and rushed for another 647 yards … Completed 140 of his 254 passes (55.1 percent) while throwing seven touchdown passes with 19 interceptions … Threw for a career-high 267 yards with two TDs while completing 24 of his 42 passes during Brockport’s loss to Rowan University on Oct. 3 … Led the Green and Gold with 10 rushing TDs … Rushed for a career-high 186 yards and scored three rushing TDs during season-ending loss to Buffalo State on Nov. 13 2009: Played in six games and completed 17 of 31 passes (54.8 percent) for 167 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions … Completed six of nine passes for 82 yards and his first collegiate touchdown during a home loss to Kean University on Oct. 17 … Added a TD pass during home loss to Cortland on Nov. 7 Personal: Business Administration major with a minor in Criminal Justice … Son of Mike and Cindy … Has three siblings: Nick, Zach and Mike, who attended Brockport … Earned the Jerry Butler award in high school

Year Comp Att Yards TD 2010 140 254 1416 7 2009 17 31 167 2 TOTAL 157 285 1583 9

Rush Yards TD 145 647 10 15 23 0 160 670 10

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Andrew McCor mick

Derek DeCandia

Position ............ Defensive Back Ht/Wt ......................... 5-11/194 Year ................................Senior Hometown ................. Peru, NY High School ...................... Peru

2010: Played in six games at running back … Ran 24 times for 85 yards, including season-high 57 yards on 12 carries during win over Western Connecticut State on Sept. 18 2009: Carried the ball 30 times for 152 yards with one touchdown in six games … Scored his first career college touchdown during a loss at Rowan University on Oct. 3 … Rushed for season-best 53 yards on nine carries vs. Morrisville Oct. 31 Personal: Sport Management major … Son of Bruce and Peggy … Has two siblings: Matt played football at Brockport … First-team AllRegion cornerback at Peru

Year Gm 2009 10 2010 10 TOTAL 20

KO Ret 27 8 35

Yards TD 620 0 131 0 751 0

Long 54 30 54

Position ................... Linebacker Ht/Wt .......................... 6-0/212 Year ................................Senior Hometown ............. Beacon, NY High School .................. Beacon

2010: Played in and started all 10 games at linebacker … Accounted for 79 tackles, including 37 solo stops. Both figures were third-highest on the team … Had a season-high 13 tackles, including six solo tackles, during 30-16 win over William Paterson on Oct. 16 … Led Brockport with 3 1/2 sacks, all of which came during first five games … Also led the Golden Eagles with 13 tackles for a loss, including making four stops behind the line of scrimmage vs. William Paterson … Picked off one pass and tied for the team lead by blocking a pair of kicks … Also forced a fumble and recovered a fumble 2009: Played in 10 games and finished with 62 tackles, including 35 solo stops, second-highest on the team … Made 5 1/2 tackles for a loss and added a sack Personal: Accounting major with a minor in Finance … Son of Philip and Karen … Has three siblings: Philip, Nick and Joseph

Year Gm UT 2010 10 37 2009 10 35 2008 3 3 TOTAL 23 75

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AT TOT 42 79 27 62 0 3 69 144

TFL 13 6 0 19

PBU 6 5 0 11

Alex Hayes

Mike Kaiser

Position ................... Linebacker Ht/Wt ......................... 5-11/235 Year ................................Senior Hometown ............ Phoenix, NY High School ... J. C. Birdlebough

Position ............. Defensive Line Ht/Wt .......................... 6-4/240 Year ................................Senior Hometown ............... Attica, NY High School .................... Attica

2010: Played in and started all 10 games at linebacker … Was second on Brockport with 81 total tackles, and his 34 solo stops were thirdhighest … Tied for the team lead with one interception and also broke up three passes, forced two fumbles and made eight tackles for a loss … Had a season-best 14 tackles (six solo and eight assisted) against The College of New Jersey on Sept. 25 … Had three tackles for losses totaling 19 yards against Western Connecticut State on Sept. 18 2009: Played in nine games and had 25 tackles, including nine solo stops … Added 2 1/2 tackles for a loss and had one pass break-up, one fumble recovery and 1/2 a sack Personal: Criminal Justice major … Son of Robert and Peggy … Has three siblings: Bobby, Justin and Nick … Set a national bench-press record when he was 15 years old

Year Gm 2010 10 2009 9 2008 2 TOTAL 21

UT 34 9 0 43

AT TOT 47 81 16 25 1 1 64 107

TFL 8 3 0 11

PBU SACK 4 1 1 0.5 0 0 5 1.5

2010: Played in all 10 games and made nine starts as a defensive lineman … Finished with 33 tackles, including 13 solo stops, and added six tackles for losses … Was fourth on the team with two sacks … Blocked a team-high two kicks and added a forced fumble … Tied career-high with seven tackles against Rowan University on Oct. 23 2009: Played in eight games as a defensive lineman … Had 19 tackles, including 10 solo stops … Made six tackles for a loss and added a sack 2008: Appeared in three games Personal: Criminal Justice major with a minor in Spanish … Son of Mike and Debbie

Year Gm UT 2010 10 13 2009 8 9 2008 3 0 TOTAL 21 22

AT TOT 20 33 10 19 0 0 30 52

TFL BLK SACK 6 2 2 7 0 1 0 0 0 13 2 3

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Schuyler Pero

Jesse Galvin

Position ................. Quarterback Ht/Wt ......................... 5-11/163 Year ........................ Sophomore Hometown .......... Macedon, NY High School ................ Gananda

2010: Saw action in one game as a quarterback, completing 2 of 5 passes for 16 yards during game against Cortland on Oct. 9 … Ran twice for two yards Personal: Kinesiology/Sport Science/Physical Education major … Son of Chad and Jenn … Has two siblings: Emersen and Foster … Football and swimming captain at Gananda … Coaches youth football Year Comp Att Yards TD 2010 2 5 16 0 TOTAL 2 5 16 0

Rush Yards TD 2 5 0 2 5 0

Position ............ Defensive Back Ht/Wt .......................... 5-9/167 Year ........................ Sophomore Hometown ...........Leicester, NY High School ...................... York

2010: Played in eight games as a defensive back/kickoff returner, and made two tackles … Returned 10 kickoffs for 163 yards (16.3 yards per return), including a season-best 43-yard return against Morrisville on Oct. 2 Personal: Kinesiology/Sport Science/Physical Education major with a minor in Health Studies … Son of David and Barb … Has one sibling: Shannon … Second-team All-State selection … All-Greater Rochester honorable mention Year Gm 2010 8 TOTAL 8

KO Ret 10 10

Yards TD 163 0 163 0

Long 43 43

Matthew Kozlowski

Lincoln Jacobs

Position .............. Wide Receiver Ht/Wt .......................... 6-0/172 Year ........................ Sophomore Hometown .............. Depew, NY High School ................... Depew

Position .............. Running Back Ht/Wt ......................... 5-11/188 Year ........................ Sophomore Hometown ...........Brooklyn, NY High School .......... Grand Street

Personal: Mathematics major … Son of Matthew and Marge … Has one sibling: Kristina … First-team All-Section selection … Connolly Cup nominee … All-Western New York Academic team

2010: Played in one game as a running back, making his collegiate debut vs. Cortland on Oct. 9 … Rushed twice for 14 yards, including a 13-yard run Personal: Sport Management major with a minor in Communications … Son of Kathleen … Has one sibling: Prince, who also plays football at Brockport Year Gm 2010 1 TOTAL 1

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Rush Yards 2 14 2 14

Avg. 14.0 14.0

TD 0 0

Ross Ragonesi

Jim Graziano Position ............ Defensive Back Ht/Wt ......................... 5-10/185 Year ........................ Sophomore Hometown .......... Lockport, NY High School ................Lockport

2010: Played in two games and made three tackles, all during Brockport’s Oct. 2 contest with Morrisville Personal: Exercise Physiology major … Son of Jim and Annette … Has two siblings: Christopher and Emily … Second-team All-Section for both football and lacrosse at Lockport … Unsung Hero Award recipient Year Gm 2010 2 TOTAL 2

UT 1 1

AT TOT 2 3 2 3

Position ............ Defensive Back Ht/Wt .......................... 6-2/199 Year ........................ Sophomore Hometown .... E. Northport, NY High School .............. Northport

2010: Played in eight games and made 30 tackles primarily as a defensive back … Picked off a pass and made five tackles to earn the NJAC Defensive Rookie of the Week honors … Intercepted a pass and returned it 17 yards against Wm Paterson Personal: Kinesiology/Sport Science/Physical Education major … Son of Robert and Patricia … Has two siblings: Robert and Jenna … All-Division selection in football at Northport Year Gm 2010 8 TOTAL 8

UT 16 16

AT TOT 14 30 14 30

Year Gm 2010 1 TOTAL 1

UT 0 0

AT TOT 1 1 1 1

INT 1 1

Position ............ Defensive Back Ht/Wt .......................... 6-0/202 Year ................................ Junior Hometown ........Port Henry, NY High School .................. Moriah

Position ............ Defensive Back Ht/Wt ......................... 5-10/176 Year ........................ Sophomore Hometown ...........Brooklyn, NY High School ... Thomas Jefferson

Personal: Sport Management major … Son of Lincoln and Kathleen … Has one sibling: Lincoln, who also plays football at Brockport … Graduated third in his high school class

PBU 3 3

Jim Carlson

Prince Jacobs

2010: Played in one game and made one tackle as a defensive back

TFL 1 1

2010: Played in eight games and made 40 tackles, including 13 solo stops … Had an interception against Montclair State … Made a career-high 10 tackles (two solo, eight assisted) against Buffalo State 2009: Made two assisted tackles Personal: Son of Jim and Tina … Has three siblings: Alicia, Mike and Christan … First-team All-State running back at Moriah Year Gm 2010 8 2009 2 TOTAL 10

UT 13 0 13

AT TOT 27 40 2 2 29 42

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John Doyle

Joe Riley

Position .......................Fullback Ht/Wt .......................... 6-1/235 Year ................................Senior Hometown ................ Cuba, NY High School ...... Cuba-Rushford

Position ................... Linebacker Ht/Wt ........................ 5-10/206 Year ........................ Sophomore Hometown ........... Ossining, NY High School ................ Ossining

2010: Played in all 10 games and carried the ball once for two yards

2010: Made his collegiate debut against Buffalo State on Nov. 13

2009: Played in six games on the defensive side of the ball

Personal: Exercise Physiology major … Son of Joe and LuAnne … Has one sibling: Julia … All-League selection in football, hockey and baseball … Member of National Honor Society

Personal: Marketing major … Son of Shawn and Marlene … Has two siblings: Emily and Bruce, who also plays Brockport football Year Gm 2010 10 2009 6 TOTAL 16

Rush 1 0 1

Yards 2 0 2

TD 0 0 0

Dan Gage

AJ Filiberto

Position .............. Wide Receiver Ht/Wt .......................... 5-8/172 Year ................................Senior Hometown ....... N. Babylon, NY High School ............ N. Babylon

Position ............ Defensive Back Ht/Wt .......................... 6-3/165 Year ................................ Junior Hometown ....... Amsterdam, NY High School ............ Amsterdam

2010: Played in six games and caught seven passes for 43 yards with one receiving touchdown … Also ran twice for three yards … Caught career-high six passes for 38 yards, including a 13-yard TD catch during a loss to Rowan University on Oct. 23

2010: Played in one game and made three tackles, all assisted stops, against The College of New Jersey on Sept. 25

Personal: Nursing major … Son of Tim and Laurie … Has two siblings: Tim and Gabrielle … Received a Scholar Athlete award

Personal: Business Administration major … Son of David and Lisa … Has one sibling: Tessa … First-team All-Section cornerback at Amsterdam

Year Gm Rec Yards 2010 6 7 43 TOTAL 6 7 43

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Avg. 2.0 0.0 2.0

TD 1 1

Long 13 13

2009: Played in one game and made one tackle

Year Gm 2010 1 2009 1 TOTAL 2

UT 0 1 1

AT TOT 3 3 0 1 3 4

Kyle Car man

Ryan Burger

Position ............ Defensive Back Ht/Wt ......................... 5-11/172 Year ........................ Sophomore Hometown ............Wayland, NY High School . Wayland-Cohocton

Position .......................Fullback Ht/Wt .......................... 6-1/240 Year ........................ Sophomore Hometown ............ Oswego, NY High School ................. Oswego

2010: Played in two games as a defensive back and recorded two tackles, both at St. John Fisher College on Sept. 4

2010: Played in two games as a fullback, against Western Connecticut State and Cortland

Personal: Recreation and Leisure Studies major … Son of Don and Lori … Has two siblings: Steffen and Colin … Livingston County AllStar in football, basketball and track and field

Personal: Kinesiology/Sport Science/Physical Education major … Son of Rich and Julie … Has three siblings: Laura, David and Mike … Previously attended Finger Lakes Community College

Year Gm 2010 2 TOTAL 2

UT 2 2

AT TOT 0 2 0 2

Phil Tokarz

Dylan Kaminski

Position ................... Linebacker Ht/Wt ......................... 5-10/221 Year ........................ Sophomore Hometown ......... Rochester, NY High School ............... McQuaid

Position ............. Defensive Line Ht/Wt ......................... 5-11/251 Year ........................ Sophomore Hometown ......... Rochester, NY High School ....... Greece Athena

2010: Played in one game and recorded one tackle as a linebacker … Made collegiate debut against Montclair State University on Nov. 13

2010: Played in four games as a defensive lineman, finishing with three tackles

Personal: Kinesiology/Sport Science/Physical Education major … Son of Alan and Susan … Made Dean’s List during freshman year

Personal: Kinesiology/Sport Science/Physical Education major with a minor in Sport Management … Son of John and Sabrina … Has two siblings: Jesse and Amber … Played in the Eddie Meath All-Star game in 2009

Year Gm 2010 1 TOTAL 1

UT 0 0

AT TOT 1 1 1 1

Year Gm 2010 4 TOTAL 4

UT 0 0

AT TOT 3 3 3 3

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John O’Hagan

Tanner Niedzialkowski

Position ................... Linebacker Ht/Wt .......................... 6-0/208 Year ........................ Sophomore Hometown ........ Pearl River, NY High School ............. Pearl River

Position ................... Linebacker Ht/Wt .......................... 6-4/220 Year ........................ Sophomore Hometown .......... Hartwick, NY High School ..........Cooperstown

2010: Played in six games and made four tackles, including one stop for a loss, as a linebacker

2010: Played in three games and made two tackles as a linebacker … Also returned one kickoff for five yards

Personal: Medical Technology major … Son of John and Carol … Has three siblings: Caitlyn, Jay and Lucas … Third-team All-State selection in high school … All-Star game MVP at Cooperstown

Personal: Athletic Training major … Son of John and Linda … Has two siblings: Molly and Liam … Fourth-team All-State selection

Year Gm 2010 6 TOTAL 6

UT 2 2

AT TOT 2 4 2 4

UT 1 1

AT TOT 1 2 1 2

Jake Ekross

Travis Suppes

Position ............. Defensive Line Ht/Wt .......................... 6-1/257 Year ................................Senior Hometown ........ Weedsport, NY High School ............. Weedsport

Position ................... Linebacker Ht/Wt .......................... 6-0/223 Year ................................Senior Hometown .......... Liverpool, NY High School ... Jamesville-Dewitt

2010: Played in all 10 games and had 15 total tackles, including four solo stops … Had four tackles in games against Morrisville and Rowan

2010: Played in seven games and had six tackles as a linebacker … Had first career tackle for a loss against Cortland on Nov. 4

2009: Played in six games and started the last three games … Finished with 25 tackles

2009: Made collegiate debut against Rowan University

Personal: Criminal Justice major … Son of Kirk and Renee … Has two siblings: Jared and Abby … First-team All-Section honors Year Gms UT 2010 10 4 2009 6 8 TOTAL 16 12

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Year Gm 2010 3 TOTAL 3

AT TOT 11 15 17 25 28 40

TFL 2 3 5

Personal: English major with a minor in Communications … Son of Dave and Sandy … Has three siblings: Andrew, Matt and Ryan Year Gms UT 2010 7 1 2009 1 0 TOTAL 8 1

AT TOT 5 6 0 0 5 6

TFL 1 0 1

Doug Larson

Shane Nykula

Position ............. Defensive Line Ht/Wt .......................... 6-5/258 Year ................................ Junior Hometown ............. Buffalo, NY High School ... West Seneca East

Position ................... Linebacker Ht/Wt .......................... 6-1/220 Year ................................ Junior Hometown ........... Fredonia, NY High School ................ Fredonia

2010: Played in seven games and had six tackles, including four solo stops, as a defensive lineman … Made collegiate debut with one tackle during season-opener against St. John Fisher College on Sept. 4

2010: Played in nine games and finished with five tackles, including three solo stops, as a linebacker 2009: Debuted during season-opener against William Paterson

Personal: Health Science major with a minor in Biology … Son of John and Lisa … Erie County Interscholastic Conference Defensive Lineman of the Year Year Gms UT 2010 7 4 TOTAL 7 4

AT TOT 2 6 2 6

Personal: Business Administration major … Son of Valerie … Has one sibling: Zach, who is also on the Brockport football team … AllWestern New York honorable mention Year Gms UT 2010 9 3 2009 1 0 TOTAL 10 3

AT TOT 2 5 0 0 2 5

Robert Lindquist

Matt Zakian

Position ................... Linebacker Ht/Wt ......................... 5-11/227 Year ................................Senior Hometown .... Cherry Valley, NY High School .............Pine Valley

Position ..............Offensive Line Ht/Wt .......................... 6-1/265 Year ........................ Sophomore Hometown ..............Jericho, NY High School ................... Jericho

2010: Played in nine games and made four starts as a linebacker …Had 32 tackles, including 18 solo stops … Had career-high nine tackles against Kean University Oct. 30

2010: Played in five games as a member of the offensive line … Appeared in five of Brockport’s first seven games Personal: Criminal Justice major … Son of Glen and Lori … Has two siblings: Danielle and Alexandra … Played in the Empire Challenge … Captained three sports in high school

2009: Played in six games and had six tackles Personal: Finance major … Son of Lonnie and Michele … Has three siblings: James, Nikole and Joe Year Gms UT 2010 9 18 2009 6 2 2008 5 1 TOTAL 20 21

AT TOT 14 32 4 6 1 2 19 40

TFL 3 0 0 3

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Andrew Crescenzo

Darrel Rainey

Position ..............Offensive Line Ht/Wt .......................... 6-0/314 Year ........................ Sophomore Hometown ..... Farmingdale, NY High School .............. Plainedge

Position ..............Offensive Line Ht/Wt ......................... 5-11/265 Year ................................ Junior Hometown ......... Rochester, NY High School ................... Edison

Personal: Business Administration major … Son of Andrew and Debbie … Has two siblings: Nina and Lisa … Previously attended Cortland

2010: Played in two games as an offensive lineman, including Brockport’s season-opener at St. John Fisher College on Sept. 4 Personal: Accounting major … Son of Darrel and Barbara … Has two siblings: Lerrad and Britney … Played in the Eddie Meath All-Star game … Graduated third in his high school class

Craig Wolf ley

Zach Sterling

Position ..............Offensive Line Ht/Wt .......................... 6-3/257 Year ........................ Sophomore Hometown ............... Attica, NY High School .................... Attica

Position ..............Offensive Line Ht/Wt .......................... 6-2/281 Year ........................ Sophomore Hometown .... Ronkonkoma, NY High School ............ Connetquot

2010: Played in two games as an offensive lineman, including Brockport’s season-opener at St. John Fisher College on Sept. 4 Personal: Athletic Training major … Son of Phil and Linda … Has one sibling: Derek … Eddie Meath All-Star selection

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Personal: Accounting major with a minor in Sport Management … Son of Dave and Gail … Has one sibling: Melanie … First-team AllDivision honors … Coached at high school camps over the summer

Parker Hildreth

Justin McKain

Position ..............Offensive Line Ht/Wt .......................... 6-1/285 Year ........................ Sophomore Hometown .....Canandaigua, NY High School ..........Canandaigua

Position ..............Offensive Line Ht/Wt .......................... 6-2/365 Year ................................Senior Hometown ......... Rochester, NY High School ...... Greece Arcadia

Personal: Son of Chris and Amy … Has one sibling: Ryland … Selected to 2008 Finger Lakes First team

2010: Played in and started eight games as an offensive lineman Personal: Kinesiology/Sport Science/Physical Education major … Son of Richard and Donna … Has one sibling: Matthew … Previously attended Monroe Community College

Bruce Doyle

Zach Roberts

Position ....... Offensive Lineman Ht/Wt .......................... 6-5/289 Year ........................ Sophomore Hometown ................ Cuba, NY High School ...... Cuba-Rushford

Position ..............Offensive Line Ht/Wt .......................... 6-3/263 Year ........................ Sophomore Hometown ...... Silver Creek, NY High School ........... Silver Creek

2010: Played in two games as an offensive lineman Personal: International Studies major with a minor in Spanish … Son of Shawn and Marlene … Has two siblings: John, who also plays Brockport football, and Emily … All-Greater Rochester honorable mention … Member of National Honor Society

Personal: History major … Son of Jerry and Colleen … Has two siblings: Brandon and Amy … Second-team All-State selection at Silver Creek … Made Dean’s List during freshman year

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Jack Moffitt

Ar nold DeLaCruz

Position ..............Offensive Line Ht/Wt .......................... 6-4/255 Year ................................Senior Hometown ... Honeoye Falls, NY High School .......Honeoye FallsLima

Position ..............Offensive Line Ht/Wt .......................... 6-3/291 Year ................................Senior Hometown ............... Bronx, NY High School ...... Evander Childs

2010: Played in one game as an offensive lineman, during Brockport’s season-opener against St. John Fisher College on Sept. 4

2010: Played in and started six games as an offensive lineman 2009: Played in and started Brockport’s first three games

Personal: Business Administration major with a minor in Criminal Justice … Son of John and Carol … Has one sibling: Heather … Acted as legislative intern over the summer

2008: Played in and started six games Personal: Kinesiology/Sport Science/Physical Education major with a minor in Film Studies … Son of Francisco and Ramona … Has one sibling: Stanley … Was a Blue Chip Football Camp invite

Joseph Innes

EJ Genzano

Position .............. Wide Receiver Ht/Wt .......................... 6-5/223 Year ................................Senior Hometown ........... Unadilla, NY High School .................Unatego

Position .......................... Kicker Ht/Wt .......................... 5-8/187 Year ................................ Junior Hometown .............. Albany, NY High School ........... Guilderland

2010: Played in seven games and made five starts at wide receiver … Hauled in 14 passes for 162 yards and a touchdown … Caught careerhigh five passes for 45 yards against Kean University on Oct. 30

2010: Started all 10 games … Brockport’s record holder for made PAT’s in a career 2009: Played in all 10 games as Brockport’s kicker

Personal: Kinesiology/Sport Science/Physical Education major … Son of Ted and Tana … Has four siblings … Previously attended Herkimer Junior College … Named to the Daily Star All-Star team for football, basketball and baseball Year Gm 2010 7 TOTAL 7

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Rec 14 14

Yards 162 162

TD 1 1

Long 23 23

Personal: Kinesiology/Sport Science/Physical Education major … Son of Emilio and Jill … Has two siblings: Maria and Joey … Raised over $3,000 for Muscular Dystrophy Association through Kicks for a Cure … First-team All-Section honors at Guilderland Year Gm PAT 2009 10 41 2010 10 26 TOTAL 20 67

FGM 4 5 9

FGA 4 6 10

LG 27 35 72

Pts 53 41 94

Jim Kuhn

Jeff Stanton

Position .............. Wide Receiver Ht/Wt .......................... 6-1/173 Year ........................ Sophomore Hometown ...... West Seneca, NY High School ... West Seneca West

Position .............. Wide Receiver Ht/Wt .......................... 6-2/211 Year ................................ Junior Hometown .............. Hilton, NY High School ................... Hilton

Personal: Kinesiology/Sport Science/Physical Education major … Son of Jim and Laura … Has two siblings: Ally and Evan … Volunteers as a football coach

2010: Played in two games as a wide receiver, hauling in one pass for two yards … Caught first collegiate pass, a two-yard reception against Montclair State on Nov. 6 Personal: Criminal Justice major … Son of John and Suzanne … Has four siblings: Rachel, Allison, Diana and Katie … Previously attended St. John Fisher … Earned All-County and All-Greater Rochester honors at Hilton

Kicks For a Cure a Success in 2010 Every time Brockport kicker E.J. Genzano steps onto the field for a field goal or extra point attempt, under his “Kicking for the Cure” efforts, all proceeds will go to raise awareness and money for Muscular Dystrophy research. When his parents, Emilio and Jill Genzano, adopted Joey from Omaha, Neb., E.J. was thrilled he’d finally have his little brother. Someone to play sports with and get into mischief the way brothers often do. But when Joey arrived into the family’s home in Guilderland, N.Y. when E.J. was 5 years old, his parents had a warning for E.J.: Something was wrong with Joey, and the family had no idea what was plaguing the child.

where any save made by a Brockport goalie raised money for cancer treatment. The cause was started by Todd Sheridan (Edison, NJ), a 2010 graduate and cancer survivor. Along with his parents, Joey attended several of Brockport’s games in 2009, and was often in the stands sporting a homemade No. 84 jersey or other Brockport paraphernalia. Emilio Genzano said Joey’s condition is terminal and that most children with MMD don’t make it out of their teenage years. Including fundraising efforts in his hometown, E.J., Jill and Emilio have raised more than $500,000 for Muscular Dystrophy research.

Neither did his doctors, until he was 2 ½ years old, when his doctor at Strong Memorial Hospital confirmed the bad news: Joey was suffering from Myotonic Muscular Dystrophy, a rare disease that affects the body’s muscles and other vital organs. Babies such as Joey, who was believed to have been born with the disorder, suffer from a more severe form of the disease. As a result, among the symptoms, Joey lacks tone on his body’s muscles, his cheeks sag in on his face and he’s unable to speak in complete sentences. Genzano wants to do his share to support his younger brother. After going to a Brockport men’s ice hockey home game last year, Genzano witnessed the team’s annual ‘Saves for a Cure’ charity,

EJ Genzano (second from left) with teammates, Director of Athletics Noah LeFevre and head coach Rocco Salomone present a check to Sally Kramer from the regional Muscular Dystrophy Association at the end of the 2010 season.

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Orlando Tulloch

Dylan Umbra

Position ............ Defensive Back Ht/Wt .......................... 6-1/193 Year .......................... Freshman Hometown ...........Brooklyn, NY High School .......... Grand Street

Position ................. Quarterback Ht/Wt .......................... 6-2/211 Year .......................... Freshman Hometown .............. Sidney, NY High School ................... Sidney

Personal: Sport Management major … Son of Aubrey and Rosemarie … Has two siblings: Trafilos and Omelia … Awarded Best Male Athlete in high school … National Honor Society President

Tyrone Nichols

Joe Ortiz

Position .............. Running Back Ht/Wt .......................... 6-0/201 Year .......................... Freshman Hometown ..................Troy, NY High School ...................... Troy

Position ............ Defensive Back Ht/Wt ......................... 5-10/152 Year .......................... Freshman Hometown .......... Highland, NY High School .................. Wallkill

Personal: Athletic Training major … Son of Patrick and Shannon … Has three siblings: Shantel, Jamal and James … First-team AllState running back and first-team All-Area linebacker … Previously attended Hudson Valley Community College

Personal: Sport Management major … Son of Jeff and Pat … Second-team All-State selection … Made Honor Roll during junior and senior year at Wallkill

Bobby Giambra

Maurice Brown

Position .......................... Kicker Ht/Wt ......................... 5-10/146 Year ................................ Junior Hometown ...... West Seneca, NY High School ... West Seneca East

Position ............ Defensive Back Ht/Wt .......................... 6-0/147 Year .......................... Freshman Hometown ...........Brooklyn, NY High School .......... Grand Street

Personal: Business Administration major … Son of Bob and Donna … Has one sibling: Kristin … Previously attended Mercyhurst College … School records for most field goals in a game, season and career at West Seneca East

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Personal: Sport Management major … Son of Kyle and Mary Jo … Has three siblings … First-team All-State selection … Played in Ernie Davis Classic

Personal: Communication major with a minor in Business Administration … Son of John and Michelle … Has four siblings: Rolando, Akino, Terrence and Jamel … Third Cousin was a secondround draft pick of the Philadelphia Eagles

Wayne Bonsell

Scott Fisher

Position ................. Quarterback Ht/Wt .......................... 6-2/189 Year .......................... Freshman Hometown ...... Binghamton, NY High School ........... Binghamton

Position ................. Quarterback Ht/Wt .......................... 6-2/205 Year .......................... Freshman Hometown ............Machias, NY High School .................. Pioneer

Personal: Business Administration major … Son of Rebecca … Has one sibling: David

Personal: Athletic Training major with a minor in History … Son of Ken and Cheryl … Has two siblings: Brad and Gabriel … Record holder at Pioneer for career passing yards, touchdowns and completions

Onajja Browning

Andrew Mrozek

Position .............. Running Back Ht/Wt .......................... 6-1/204 Year .......................... Freshman Hometown .... Southampton, NY High School ......... Southampton

Position .............. Wide Receiver Ht/Wt .......................... 6-1/186 Year .......................... Freshman Hometown .............. Depew, NY High School ...............Lancaster

Personal: Sport Management major with a minor in Kinesiology/ Sport Science/Physical Education … Son of Lydia … Has two siblings: Donye and Gene … All-Division in football and track

Personal: Criminal Justice major … Son of Joe and Linda … Has one sibling: Ashley … Previously attended Erie Community College … Lancaster record holder for most receiving yards in a game (225) and longest TD pass (97)

Jim Miller

Darrel Flores

Position .............. Wide Receiver Ht/Wt .......................... 5-9/169 Year .......................... Freshman Hometown ...... Binghamton, NY High School ..... Chenango Forks

Position .............. Wide Receiver Ht/Wt ......................... 5-11/161 Year .......................... Freshman Hometown ..... Central Islip, NY High School .......... Central Islip

Personal: Business Administration major with a minor in Criminal Justice … Son of Ed and Judy … Has four siblings: Ed, Tom, Melissa and Sean … Second-team All-State selection … Set record for touchdowns and points in a season in high school

Personal: Son of Ibelisse … Two-time first-team All-Division selection … New York Scholar Athlete Award recipient

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Anthony Bianchi

Evan Bradoc

Position ............ Defensive Back Ht/Wt ......................... 5-11/210 Year ........................ Sophomore Hometown ......... Rochester, NY High School ................. Aquinas

Position ............ Defensive Back Ht/Wt ......................... 5-10/148 Year .......................... Freshman Hometown .............. Holley, NY High School ................... Holley

Personal: History major … Son of Anthony and Theresa … Has one sibling: Alex … Named All-Greater Rochester safety and All-State wide receiver … Scored a goal and added an assist for the Robert Morris University Division I lacrosse team in 2011

Andrew Lanphere

Shireem Cobb

Position ............ Defensive Back Ht/Wt .......................... 5-9/149 Year .......................... Freshman Hometown ...... Silver Creek, NY High School ........... Silver Creek

Position .............. Running Back Ht/Wt .......................... 5-7/192 Year .......................... Freshman Hometown .... Valley Stream, NY High School ............. Sewanhaka

Personal: Athletic Training major … Son of Justin and Karen … Has one sibling: Ericka … All-State selection

Personal: Athletic Training major … Son of Cheryl … Has two siblings: Deval and Nasharra … Recipient of Anthony T. Dwyer Award … All-County selection

Caleb Privitera

Richie Welch

Position ............. Defensive Line Ht/Wt .......................... 6-0/218 Year .......................... Freshman Hometown ......... Brockport, NY High School .............. Brockport

Position ............ Defensive Back Ht/Wt .......................... 5-9/174 Year .......................... Freshman Hometown ................. Avon, NY High School ...................... Avon

Personal: Criminal Justice major … Son of Chuck, who attended Brockport, and Colleen … Has one sibling: Jake … Previously attended Genesee Community College … All-County selection during high school

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Personal: Athletic Training major … Son of Amy … Has three siblings: Ashley, Eddie and Wyatt … Named Most Outstanding defensive back of section finals

Personal: Kinesiology/Sport Science/Physical Education … Son of Jim and Denise … Has three siblings: Luis, Danny and Wolfgarr … Earned Class DD Offensive and Defensive Player of the Year honors

Nicholas Reisig

Alex Heil

Position ............ Defensive Back Ht/Wt .......................... 6-4/201 Year .......................... Freshman Hometown ............ Oakdale, NY High School ............ Connetquot

Position .......................Fullback Ht/Wt .......................... 6-3/207 Year .......................... Freshman Hometown .............. Sidney, NY High School ................... Sidney

Personal: Kinesiology/Sport Science/Physical Education major with a minor in Teacher Certification … Son of Michael and Maria … AllDivision selection

Personal: Criminal Justice major … Son of Diane … Has two siblings: Shaun and David … Played in the Ernie Davis Classic … Member of National Honor Society

Ryan Cutler

Kevin Schleyer

Position ................... Linebacker Ht/Wt ......................... 5-11/208 Year .......................... Freshman Hometown ........ Manorville, NY High School .. Eastport-S.Manor

Position ............. Defensive Line Ht/Wt .......................... 6-0/266 Year .......................... Freshman Hometown ......... Rochester, NY High School ............... Eastridge

Personal: Athletic training major … Son of Glenn and Camille … Has two siblings … Was an All-County selection for football and league champion wrestler … Volunteers as a youth wrestling coach

Personal: Business Administration major … Son of Rick and Joanne … Has one sibling: Lindsey … All-Greater Rochester honorable mention … Participated in Breast Cancer Coalition of Rochester Awareness Walk

Brian Barbaccia

Joe Emmel

Position ............. Defensive Line Ht/Wt ......................... 5-11/229 Year .......................... Freshman Hometown ........ Oyster Bay, NY High School ......... St. Anthony’s

Position ................... Linebacker Ht/Wt .......................... 6-0/196 Year .......................... Freshman Hometown ......... Bluepoint, NY High School . Bayport-Bluepoint

Personal: Teacher Certification major … Son of Tore and Maryalice … Has one sibling: Maria … Coaches Pop Warner football

Personal: Kinesiology/Sport Science/Physical Education major … Son of John and Jane … Has two siblings: Mike and Tim

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Austin Boehm

Ben Woolston

Position ..............Offensive Line Ht/Wt .......................... 6-0/295 Year .......................... Freshman Hometown ...... West Seneca, NY High School ... West Seneca East

Position ..............Offensive Line Ht/Wt .......................... 6-4/304 Year ........................ Sophomore Hometown ......... Rochester, NY High School ................. Aquinas

Personal: Psychology major … Son of Dawn … Has one sibling: Aaron

Nick Cappelletti

James Sidell

Position ..............Offensive Line Ht/Wt .......................... 6-1/280 Year .......................... Freshman Hometown ............... Olean, NY High School ...... Cuba-Rushford

Position ..............Offensive Line Ht/Wt .......................... 6-0/291 Year .......................... Freshman Hometown ............Amherst, NY High School ................. Amherst

Personal: History major … Son of Chris and Stacey … Has one sibling: Casey … Team MVP during senior season … Volunteered as a server at church diner

Personal: Kinesiology/Sport Science/Physical Education major with a minor in Teacher Certification … Son of Ralph and Lynn … Has two siblings: Ashley and Taylor … First-team All-Division selection

Daniel Peric

Nick Reynolds

Position ............. Defensive Line Ht/Wt .......................... 6-1/248 Year .......................... Freshman Hometown ............ Webster, NY High School .... Webster Thomas

Position ..............Offensive Line Ht/Wt .......................... 6-4/225 Year .......................... Freshman Hometown ........... Cortland, NY High School ................ Cortland

Personal: Computer Information Systems major … Son of Zdravco and Savika … Has two siblings: Sladjan and Valentina … Member of National Technical Honor Society

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Personal: Kinesiology/Sport Science/Physical Education major … Son of Dave and Sue … Has three siblings: Joe, Lauren and Jennifer … Previously attended Mercyhurst College … First-team All-State and All-Greater Rochester selection in 2009

Personal: Son of John and Kathy … Has one sibling: Alex … Played in the Eddie Arcaro All-Star Classic … Won a Scholar Athlete award and was on Honor Roll at Cortland

Sam Wells

Marc Simon

Position ............. Defensive Line Ht/Wt .......................... 6-1/267 Year .......................... Freshman Hometown ....... Fayetteville, NY High School ........... FayettevilleManlius

Position ..............Offensive Line Ht/Wt .......................... 6-0/269 Year .......................... Freshman Hometown ......... Rochester, NY High School ................... Hilton

Personal: Criminal Justice major … Son of John and Susan … Has one sibling: Shannon … Undefeated league champions at Hamburg in 2010 … Honor Roll student

Personal: Nursing major … Son of Rick and Kay … Has two siblings: Matt and Mike … Two-time All-Greater Rochester honorable mention … Two-time first-team All-County selection

BJ Connolly

Antoine Keels

Position ..............Offensive Line Ht/Wt .......................... 6-3/241 Year .......................... Freshman Hometown ............ Bellport, NY High School ................. Bellport

Position ..............Offensive Line Ht/Wt .......................... 6-2/255 Year .......................... Freshman Hometown ......... Rochester, NY High School .......................East

Personal: Kinesiology/Sport Science/Physical Education major … Son of Billy and Maria … Has two siblings: Rachel and Lisa … Second-team All-Division at Bellport

Personal: Son of Rochelle … Won an Rochester City Athletic Conference championship at East High

Jeff Smith

Tino Yvechinecz

Position .......................Fullback Ht/Wt .......................... 6-4/213 Year ........................ Sophomore Hometown .............. Albion, NY High School ......Home Schooled

Position .............. Wide Receiver Ht/Wt .......................... 5-9/162 Year .......................... Freshman Hometown ...... Binghamton, NY High School ........... Binghamton

Personal: Son of Jeff and Shelly … Has three siblings: Joe, Josh and Julie … Previously attended Genesee Community College

Personal: Son of Thomas and Diana … Has one sibling: Andre … Fifth-team All-State selection … Participated in the Ernie Davis Classic … Member of National Honor Society

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Dan Rathke

Position .............. Wide Receiver Ht/Wt .......................... 6-3/196 Year .......................... Freshman Hometown .......... Hamburg, NY High School ............... Hamburg

Personal: Kinesiology/Sport Science/Physical Education major … Son of Karen … Old Spice Player of the Year at Hamburg … First-team All-Erie County Interscholastic Conference selection

Position .......................... Punter Ht/Wt .......................... 6-1/167 Year .......................... Freshman Hometown ..........Lancaster, NY High School ...............Lancaster

Personal: Kinesiology/Sport Science/Physical Education major … Son of Mike and Eileen … Has two siblings: Kelly and Brian … Honor Roll student … Did volunteer work at the Ronald McDonald house

Nicholas Costanza

Isaiah Clarke

Position .. Wide Receiver/Punter Ht/Wt .......................... 5-7/154 Year .......................... Freshman Hometown ............ Penfield, NY High School ................. Penfield

Position .............. Wide Receiver Ht/Wt ......................... 5-11/161 Year .......................... Freshman Hometown ...........Brooklyn, NY High School .......... Grand Street

Personal: Son of Brad and Michele … Has two siblings: Nathan and James … First-team All-County selection as a punter … Member of National Technical Honor Society at Penfield

Personal: Computer Information Systems major … Son of Craig and Christine … Has three siblings: Isaac, Levi and Judah … Volunteered as a counselor at Creative Minds Summer Camp

Christian Cowher

Zach Nykula

Position ............. Defensive Line Ht/Wt .......................... 6-1/264 Year .......................... Freshman Hometown ................ Cuba, NY High School ...... Cuba-Rushford

Position ............. Defensive Line Ht/Wt ........................ 5-10/222 Year .......................... Freshman Hometown ............ Brocton, NY High School ................ Fredonia

Personal: Communication major with a minor in Business Administration … Son of Darrin and Dawn … Has two siblings: Darrin and Kelley … On-air disc jockey this summer

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Michael Theuerkauf

Personal: Business Administration major with a minor in Finance … Son of Valerie … Has one sibling: Shane, who also plays football for Brockport … Second-team All-State selection

Zach Rudgers

Matt Hefter

Position ............. Defensive Line Ht/Wt .......................... 6-1/281 Year .......................... Freshman Hometown ......... Rochester, NY High School ....... Greece Athena

Position ............. Defensive Line Ht/Wt .......................... 6-1/218 Year .......................... Freshman Hometown .............Monroe, NY High School . Monroe-Woodbury

Personal: Son of Ray and Stacey … Has one sibling: Ashley … First-team All-County selection … New York State Scholar Athlete award recipient

Personal: Criminal Justice major … Son of Lewis and Andrea … Has two siblings: Jamie and Rebecca … Named first-team AllSection … 2010 Defensive MVP of high school team

Jake Keller

Position ............. Defensive Line Ht/Wt .......................... 6-1/207 Year .......................... Freshman Hometown ............Geneseo, NY High School .................Geneseo

Personal: Exercise Physiology major … Son of Mike and Cheryl … Has one sibling: Andrew … Participated in Eddie Meath All-Star game

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WINS, LOSSES, TIES Most wins in a season 10 Most losses in a season 10 Most ties in a season 2 Best winning percentage,season .888 Most consecutive wins 12 Most consecutive regular season wins 14 Most consecutive wins to start season 8 Longest unbeaten streak 12 Most consecutive losses 24 Most consecutive home wins 6 Most consecutive home losses 16 Most consecutive road wins 12 Most consecutive road losses 20 Most home wins in a season 5 Most shutouts in a season 5 SCORING Largest winning margin Most pts. in game (both teams) Hartwick 68 Most pts. in season (both) Most points scored in a game Most points scored in a half Most points scored in a quarter Most points scored in a season Most points average in a season Most points allowed in a game Most points allowed in a season Fewest pts. allowed in a season Fewest touchdowns allowed, season Most TDs scored in a game Most TDs scored in a season Most TDs allowed in a game Most TDs allowed in a season Most extra points in a game Most extra points in a season Most consecutive extra points Most field goals in a game Most field goals in a season Most field goal attempts in season TOTAL YARDAGE Most plays in a game Most plays in a season Most plays allowed in a game

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62

2002 1983 1949, 1954 2000 (8-1) 1999-2000 1999-2001 2000 1999-2000 1982-84 1996-97; 2001-02 1959-63 1999-2001 1982-86 1994, 1997, 2002 2002

138

1981 70-8 (Brooklyn) 2008 Brockport 70,

762 70 70 56 42 373 36.7 73 395 44 5 10 10 53 52 10 10 53 10 44 20 4 14 25

2009 2008 vs. Hartwick 1981 vs. Brooklyn 1981 vs. Brooklyn; 1st 1981 vs. Brooklyn; 1st 2008 2009 1969 vs. Cortland 2009 2000 2000 2008 vs. Hartwick 1981 vs. Brooklyn 2008 2009 1969 vs. Cortland 2008 vs. Hartwick 2009 2008 vs. Hartwick 2009 1996-97 2001 vs. Mt. Ida 2002 2002

97 97 895 100

2009 vs. Cortland 2009 vs. TCNJ 2002 1999 vs. Frostburg

Most plays allowed in a season Most total yards gained in a game Most total yards gained in season Most total yards per game (average) Most total yards allowed in a game Most total yards allowed in season Fewest total yards allowed in game Fewest yards allowed in season

828 726 4,665 466.5 700 4,575 16 1,348

2002 2009 vs. Buffalo St. 2009 2009 2008 vs. Hartwick 2009 2002 vs. Buffalo St. 1957

RUSHING Most rushing attempts in a game 79 Most rushing attempts in a season 640 Most net rushing yards in a game 541 Most net rushing yards in a season 2,283 Most rushing yards allowed in game 459 Most rush yards allowed in a season 2,606 Fewest rush yards allowed in game -37 Fewest rush yards allowed in season 571

1980 vs. Cortland 2002 2008 vs. Hartwick 2002 1977 vs. Albany 1985 1987 vs. Hamilton 2000

PASSING Most pass attempts in a game 58 Most pass attempts in a season 406 Most pass atts. allowed in a game 48 Most pass atts. allowed in season 352 Most completions in a game 39 Most completions in a season 231 Most completions allowed in a game 28 Most completions allowed in a season 201 Most passing yards gained in game 488 Most pass yards in a season 2,946 Most pass yards allowed in game 432 Most pass yards allowed in season 2,752 Fewest pass yards allowed in game -19 Most TD passes in a game 6 Most TD passes in a season 27 Most TD passes allowed in a game 7 Most TD passes allowed in season 25 Most interceptions thrown in a game 8 Most interceptions thrown in a season 29

2009 vs. Montclair 2009 1982 vs. U. Buffalo 2008 2008 vs Cortland 2009 1996 vs. Cortland 2009 2009 vs. Buffalo St. 2009 1982 vs. Buffalo 2008 ’61 vs. Lock Haven 2009 vs. Buffalo St. 2009 2008 vs. Hartwick 2009 1990 vs. Buffalo St. 1983, 1990

MISCELLANEOUS Most fumbles lost by an opponent Most passes intercepted in a game Most interceptions in a season Most passes defensed in a season Most first downs in a game

5 7 27 54 33

Most first downs in a season Most first downs allowed in season Most penalty yards in a game

259 232 214

1986 vs. Buffalo St. 1970 vs. Bridgewater 2002 1996 2008 vs. Hartwick, 2009 vs. TCNJ 2009 2008 1981 vs. Cortland

TOTAL OFFENSE Most plays Game 68 Season 462 Career 1,219 Most yards gained Game 460 Season 3,002 Career 7,483

Joe Scibilia, 2010 vs. Montclair Jake Graci, 2009 Bob Darnley, 2001-04 Jake Graci, 2009 vs. Montclair Jake Graci, 2009 Bob Darnley, 2001-04

RUSHING Most rushing attempts Game 47 Adam Webster, ‘02 at Rowan (NCAAs) Season 344 Adam Webster, 2002 Career 835 Adam Rodger, 1995-98 Most net yards Game 429 Garet Lynch, 2008 vs. Hartwick Season 1,665 Garet Lynch, 2008 Career 3,876 Adam Rodger, 1995-98 Most touchdowns scored Game 7 Garet Lynch, 2008 vs. Hartwick Season 26 Garet Lynch, 2008 Career 37 Garet Lynch, 2005-08 Longest run from scrimmage 95 Jim Royston, 1954 vs. U. Buffalo (TD); Joe Massi, 1957 vs. Mansfield (TD) Highest rushing average Game 151.4 Garet Lynch, 2008 Consecutive 100-yard rushing games Season 7 Adam Webster, 2002 Career 9 Courtlan Green, 1999-2000 PASSING Most passes attempted Game 58 Jake Graci, 2009 vs. Montclair Season 369 Jake Graci, 2009 Career 882 Jim Higgins, 1988-91 Most passes completed Game 39 Zack Luke, 2008 vs. Cortland Season 217 Zack Luke, 2008 Career 467 Bob Darnley, 2001-04 Most yards gained Game 442 Jake Graci, 2009 vs. Montclair Season 2,669 Jake Graci, 2009 Career 6,180 Bob Darnley, 2001-04 Most touchdown passes Game 5 Jake Graci, 2009 vs. Frostburg St. & Buffalo St Season 24 Jake Graci, 2009 Career 59 Bob Darnley, 2001-04

Most passes intercepted Game 8 Jim Higgins, 1990 vs. Buffalo St. Season 26 Jim Higgins, 1990 Career 61 Jim Higgins, 1988-91 Highest completion precentage Season .631 Zack Luke, 2008 Highest efficiency rating Season 144.67 Bob Darnley, 2003 (11 games) RECEIVING Most receptions Game 12 Felipe Diaz, 2009 vs. TCNJ Season 65 Felipe Diaz, 2009 Career 133 Felipe Diaz, 2005-09 Most yards gained Game 188 Matt Newman, 2009 vs. Buffalo St. Season 947 Dan Fichter, 1991 Career 2,077 Dan Fichter, 1989-91 Most touchdown receptions Game 4 Tamere Shannon, 2008 vs. Morrisville Ed Smart, 1990 vs. Alfred Season 11 Dan Fichter, 1991 Career 20 Dan Fichter, 1989-91 SCORING Most points scored Game 42 Garet Lynch, 2008 vs. Hartwick Season 158 Garet Lynch, 2008 Career 224 Garet Lynch, 2005-08 Most touchdowns scored Game 7 Garet Lynch, 2008 vs. Hartwick Season 26 Garet Lynch, 2008 Career 37 Garet Lynch, 2005-08 Most field goals made Game 4 Todd Freelove, 11-27-2001 vs. Mt. Ida Season 13 Steve Milne, 1993 Career 23 Keith Scranton, 1997-99 Longest field goal 56 Todd Freelove, 11-27-2001 vs. Mt. Ida Most extra points by kicking Game 10 Jeff Cook, 2008 vs. Hartwick Season 41 Emilio Genzano, 2009 Career 57 Mike Laney, 2002-03 Most points scored by kicking Game 16 Todd Freelove, 11-27-2001 vs. Mt. Ida Season 58 Steve Milne, 1993 Career 117 Keith Scranton, 1997-99 Longest defensive extra point score Dan, Fichter, 90 yards off blocked PAT, 1990 vs. Buffalo State

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DEFENSIVE RECORDS Most tackles Game 28 Dan Massey, 1969 vs. IUP Season 150 Blase Salomone, 1988; Steve Cook, 1990 Career 399 Steve Cook, 1988-91 Unassisted tackles Season 78 Steve Cook, 1990 Career 213 Dave Robbins, 1990-93 Assisted Tackles Season 89 John Walther, 2005 Career 226 John Walther, 2002-05 Quarterback sacks Game 5.0 Dan Benson, 1987 vs. Hamilton Season 16.5 Mike Condello, 2002 Career 24 Mike Condello, 2000-02 INTERCEPTIONS Most passes intercepted Game 4 Bill Kreger, 1970 vs. Bridgewater Season 9 John Banek, 1990; Tom Massey, 1997 Career 18 Tom Cauley, 74-77; David Nieman, 87-91 Longest interception return #87 yards John Banek, 1988 vs. Mercyhurst 80 yards John Owens, 1970 vs. Shippensburg # Intercepted fumble FUMBLE RECOVERIES Game 3 Matt Bennink, 2006 vs. Cortland 3 Chris Payne, 1987 vs. Mercyhurst Season 5 Matt Bennink, 2006 5 Chris Payne, 1987 Career 8 Chris Payne, 1985-87 FORCED FUMBLES Game 2 Chris Payne, 1987 vs. Mercyhurst Season 5 Steve Cook, 1990 Career 10 Bill Dattalo, 1992-94 PASS DEFLECTIONS Season 12 Abe Goldberg, 1994; Tony Watkins, 1996 Career 26 Chris Payne, 85-87; David Nieman, 87-91

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TOP RUSHING GAMES Garet Lynch 429 Alex Hendrickson 301 Garet Lynch 262 Adam Rodger 237 Matt McCormick 226 Neil Boykins 211 Adam Webster 203 Adam Rodger 200 Kevin Conover 195 Adam Rodger 195 Courtlan Green 191 Garet Lynch 190 Joe Scibilia 186 Garet Lynch 184 Courtlan Green 180 Greg Smith 179 Greg Smith 175

vs. Hartwick, 11-22-08 vs. Morrisville, 10-2-10 vs. Frostburg, 9-23-06 vs. Mercyhurst, 9-21-96 vs Buffalo St., 11-10-07 vs. Cortland, 1980 vs. St. John Fisher, 10-12-02 vs. Cortland, 11-14-98 vs. Buffalo St., 9-30-89 vs. Kean, 11-9-96 vs. Thiel, 10-30-99 vs. William Paterson, 9-6-08 vs. Buffalo St., 11-12-10 vs. TCNJ, 10-11-08 vs. New Jersey City, 9-11-99 vs. Mercyhurst, 11-9-91 vs. Buffalo St., 10-5-91

LONGEST RUN (all went for TDs) Jim Royston 95 vs. U. Buffalo, 1954 Joe Massi 95 vs. Mansfield, 1957 Craig Woodfolk 85 vs. Ithaca, 10-17-81 Aaron Zurn 81 vs. Buffalo St., 11-14-09 Courtlan Green 80 vs. Plymouth State, 9-16-00 TOP RECEIVING YARDAGE GAMES Matt Newman 188 vs. Buffalo St, 11-14-09 Marcus Watson 173 vs. Kean, 11-5-94 Dan Fichter 164 vs. Cortland, 10-12-91 Dan Fichter 158 vs. Tiffin, 9-7-91 Frank Ojeda 149 vs. Geneva, 9-12-87 Frank Ojeda 149 vs. Mansfield, 9-8-90 Hector Rosas 142 vs. Buffalo St., 11-14-09 Jake Spalik 141 vs. Rowan, 10-23-10 Tamere Shannon 138 vs. Buffalo St., 11-15-08 Roy Voliton 131 vs. Canisius, 10-20-79 Marcus Watson 131 vs. Fisher, 10-22-94 Lionel Rhim 129 vs. Ithaca, 10-7-00 LONGEST PASS COMPLETION J. Graci to H. Rosas 95 (TD) vs. Montclair S. Zahn to R. Voliton 93 yards (TD) vs. Cortland J. Higgins to D. Fichter 89 (TD) vs. Cortland J. Graci to H. Rosas 88 (TD) vs. Buffalo State K. Ulrich to R. Voliton 86 (TD) vs. Mansfield T. Shannon to M. Newman 84 (TD)vs. Buffalo State M. Haas to L. Rhim 82 (TD) vs. Ithaca M. McCormick to M. Maciejewski 81 (TD) vs. Buffalo St. S. Bowerman to F. Ojeda 77 (TD) vs. Geneva S. Bowerman to M. Nugent 77 (TD) vs. RPI

TOP PASSING GAMES Jake Graci 442 Jake Graci 402 Zack Luke 399 Jim Higgins 354 Zack Luke 347 Jake Graci 344 Joel Moran 340 Mike Driscoll 330 Jim Higgins 323 AJ Covella 322 Jake Graci 307 Jake Graci 305 Scott Bowerman 305 Zack Luke 302 Bob Darnley 295 Scott Bowerman 292 Bob Darnley 291 Jim Higgins 290 Zack Luke 285 AJ Covella 280

vs. Montclair, 09-26-09 vs. Buffalo State, 11-14-09 vs. Cortland, 11-8-08 vs. Mansfield, 9-8-90 vs. Buffalo State, 11-15-08 vs. Frostburg State, 11-14-09 vs. Kean, 11-5-94 vs. Alfred, 1969 vs. Alfred, 11-10-90 vs. Salisbury, 9-10-2005 vs. TCNJ, 10-10-09 vs. Cortland, 11-07-09 vs. Geneva, 9-12-87 vs. Morrisville, 11-1-08 vs. Cortland, 9-4-04 vs. Mansfield, 9-10-88 vs. Buffalo State, 11-13-04 vs. Western Conn., 10-28-89 vs. TCNJ, 11-5-05 vs. Frostburg, 9-24-05

LONGEST FIELD GOAL Todd Freelove 56 yards Marc Menchetti 54 yards Tom Wiedl 50 yards Adam Lanctot 49 yards Jason Benham 48 yards Rob Snedden 48 yards

vs. Mt Ida, 10-27-2001 vs. New Jersey City, 9-14-02 vs. Indiana (PA), 1969 vs. TCNJ, 11-5-05 vs. St. John Fisher, 9-8-90 vs. Jersey City, 9-12-92

LONGEST PUNT Mike Sloan Len Jankiewicz Marc Menchetti Mike Moschetto Todd Freelove Collin Hoffmann Keith Scranton

vs. Western Conn., 9-16-95 vs. Grove City, 1971 vs. Cortland, 9-4-04 vs. Cortland, 10-11-86 vs. New Jersey City, 9-8-01 vs. Cortland, 9-3-05 vs. St. John Fisher, 1999

76 73 72 72 69 67 67

INTERCEPTION RETURN FOR TD John Owens 80 vs. Shippensburg, 1970 Tom Cauley 75 vs. Albany, 9-24-1977 laterals to Steve Murphy. Tony Splendore 67 vs. St. John Fisher, 9-22-90

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SEASON LEADERS Rushing Yards Garet Lynch Adam Webster Adam Rodger Matt McCormick Courtlan Green Adam Rodger Greg Smith Greg Smith

1,665 1,473 1,262 1,140 1,115 1,077 1,015 1,007

2008 2002 1996 2007 2000 1998 1993 1991

Passing Yards Jake Graci Zack Luke Jim Higgins Bob Darnley Bob Darnley Joel Moran Jim Higgins Scott Bowerman Joe Scibilia Tim Brunelle Mike Haas

Points Garet Lynch Aaron Zurn Matt McCormick Courtlan Green Jon Brown Dave Cotter Pete White Dan Fichter Bill Romasser

158 84 78 72 72 68 68 66 62

2008 2009 2007 2000 2004 1980 1987 1991 1994

2,669 2,469 2,101 2,061 1,888 1,716 1,631 1,597 1,416 1,349 1,331

2009 2008 1990 2004 2003 1994 1991 1988 2010 1981 2000

Tackles Blase Salomone Steve Cook Nathan Bull Dave Robbins Nate Bull John Walther George Overfield Mike Dumaw Steve Cook Dave Robbins

150 150 148 144 121 121 120 113 111 111

1988 1990 2010 1993 2009 2005 1977 2003 1989 1992

Receiving Yards Dan Fichter Matt Newman Felipe Diaz Marcus Watson Dan Fichter Mike Maciejewski Felipe Diaz Matt Boorom Frank Ojeda Mike Mahoney Frank Ojeda

947 854 772 709 704 673 657 657 633 619 610

1991 2009 2008 1994 1990 2007 2009 2003 1989 2004 1990

Interceptions John Banek Tom Massey Ken Buck Bill Kreger Dave Nieman Cody Geffers Jeremy Lynch Dave Nieman Dave Malcolm Tom Vorie Tom Wolfe

9 9 8 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6

1990 1997 1980 1970 1991 2008 2002 1988 1986 1978 1978

Sacks Mike Condello Nate Raggi Erik Ardenski Bill Dattalo Erik Ardenski Dan Benson Phil Peterson Dane McShane Jay Johnson

16.5 11 10.5 10 9.5 9 8 8 8

2002 2004 1999 1993 2000 1987 1996 1997 2001

Receptions Felipe Diaz Felipe Diaz Dan Fichter Jake Spalik Ed Smart Brian Wise Matt Newman Frank Ojeda Marcus Watson Mike Mahoney Matt Boorom Pete White

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CAREER LEADERS

65 64 61 53 53 51 49 45 44 44 43 42

2009 2008 1991 2010 1990 2005 2009 1989 1994 2004 2003 1988

Rushing Yards Adam Rodger 3,876 Garet Lynch 3,195 Greg Smith 3,144 Dave Cotter 2,120

1995-98 2005-08 1990-93 1979-82

Passing Yards Bob Darnley Zack Luke Jim Higgins Jake Graci Scott Bowerman Tim Brunelle Mike Driscoll Joel Moran

6,180 5,390 5,113 2,885 2,800 2,508 2,501 2,089

2001-04 2005-08 1988-91 2007-09 1986-88 1979-81 1968-70 1994-95

Receiving Yards Dan Fichter Frank Ojeda Mike Mahoney Felipe Diaz Matt Newman

2,077 1,928 1,596 1,504 1,501

1989-91 1987-90 2004-06 2005-09 2006-09

Receptions Felipe Diaz Frank Ojeda Dan Fichter Mike Mahoney Pat McDonald Matt Newman Phil Ellis Mike Bond

133 129 125 110 110 102 101 100

2005-09 1987-90 1989-91 2004-06 1996-99 2006-09 1981-84 2003-06

Points Garet Lynch Greg Smith Adam Rodger Dan Fichter

224 164 158 142

2005-08 1990-93 1995-98 1989-91

Tackles Steve Cook Dave Robbins John Walther Blase Salomone

399 398 338 333

1988-91 1990-93 2002-05 1986-88

Since football began at The College at Brockport in 1947, 44 individuals have been honored 74 times as All-Americans by a variety of organizations and publications. Included in this group are eight Little All-Americans, which today comprises all levels below Division I (in the ’50s, Little All-Americans were players in the “College” division), and seven first-team Division III All-Americans —Ed Smart in 1990, Steve Milne in 1993, Tom Massey in 1997, Josh Warner in 2000, Jay Johnson in 2001, Mike Condello in 2002 and Cuyler Groth in 2007. Massey also was named a first-team Academic All-American by GTE and the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).Warner was the first Golden Eagle to be named to the American Football Coaches Association All-American team (started in 1945) and was also the first to be named to the USAfootball.com first team (started in 1995). Warner and Condello are the only Brockport players to earn all five All-America honors in one season. There are 13 members of this elite group have been elected into the Golden Eagle Athletic Hall of Fame. They are indicated by the (#) symbol in the list below. Name (Pos.) Jack Goetschius (T)# Leo Torre (G)# Phil Ciarico (T)# Bill Linkner (G)# Brian Gawne (OT)# Mike Jones (DE) Chris Payne (LB/DB) # Blase Salomone (LB)#

Year 1956 1957 1958 1958 1959 1980 1986 1987 1988

John Banek (FS) David Damelio (OT) Jeff Murphy (TE) David Nieman (CB)

1988 1988 1988 1988 1991

Frank Ojeda (WR) Mike Moschetto (P)

1989 1989

Kevin Conover (RB) Steve Cook (LB)# Bill Jones (DE) Dan Fichter (WR)# Ed Smart (TE)#

1989 1989 1990 1991 1989 1991 1990

Greg Smith (RB) Dave Robbins (LB)

1991 1993

Jim Fischer (PR/KR) Steve Milne (K) #

1992 1993

Bill Dattalo (LB) Damon Evans (OT)

1993 1993

Team(s) Little All-America Little All-America Little All-America Little All-America Little All-America Pizza Hut, 3rd team Pizza Hut, HM Pizza Hut, 2nd team AP Little All-America, HM Pizza Hut, 2nd team Football Gazette, 2nd team Football Gazette, HM Football Gazette, HM Football Gazette, HM Football Gazette, HM Champion USA, HM Football Gazette, HM Football Gazette, HM Pizza Hut, HM Football Gazette, HM Football Gazette, HM Football Gazette, HM Champion USA, HM Football Gazette, 2nd team Football Gazette, HM Football Gazette, HM Champion USA, 1st team Football Gazette, 2nd team Football Gazette, HM Champion USA, HM Football Gazette, HM Football Gazette, HM Little All-America, 2nd team Champion USA, 2nd team Football Gazette, 1st team Football Gazette, HM Football Gazette, HM

Name (Pos.) Tom Massey (DB)#

Keith Scranton (K) Josh Warner (OL)#

Courtlan Green (RB) Nate Harvey (OL) Erik Ardenski (DE) John Humann (LB) Jay Johnson (LB) Ryan Bierley (DL) Mike Condello (DL)

Jeremy Lynch (PR/KR) Jamie Rother (TE) Matt Walther (DB) Mike Dumaw (LB) John Walther (LB) Adam Lanctot (K) Dale Buck (DE) Cuyler Groth (OL) Pat Hashey (TE) Nathan Bull (LB)

Year Team(s) 1997 Hewlett-Packard, 1st team Football Gazette, 1st team Sports in the USA, 1st team GTE Academic, 1st team 1998 GTE Academic, 1st team 1999 Hewlett-Packard, 3rd team Football Gazette, 3rd team 2000 Football Gazette, 1st team AFCA, 1st team USAfootball.com, 1st team D3football.com, 2nd team Hewlett-Packard, 2nd team 2000 USAfootball.com, 3rd team 2000 USAfootball.com, HM 2000 USAfootball.com, HM 2000 USAfootball.com, HM 2001 D3football.com, 1st team Football Gazette, 1st team AFCA, 1st team 2002 Hewlett-Packard, HM 2002 AFCA, 1st team D3football.com, 1st team Football Gazette, 1st team Hewlett-Packard, 1st team Little All-America 2002 D3football.com, 2nd team Hewlett-Packard, 2nd team 2002 D3football.com, 3rd team 2002 Hewlett-Packard, HM 2003 CoSIDA, 2nd team Football Gazette, 2nd team 2005 Football Gazette, 3rd team 2005 D3football.com, HM 2006 Football Gazette, HM 2007 AFCA, 1st team D3football.com, 2nd team 2010 D3Proday.com 2010 D3Proday.com

Date Sept. 3 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 26 Dec. 3 Dec. 10 Dec. 17

Opponent Home/Away Time Ithaca College Away 1:00 pm ROWAN* Home 1:30 pm William Paterson* Away 1:00 pm MONTCLAIR STATE* Home 1:00 pm The College of New Jersey* Away 12:00 pm KEAN* Home 1:00 pm Western Connecticut State* Away 12:00 pm Buffalo State* Away 12:00 pm CORTLAND* Home 1:00 pm MORRISVILLE* Home 1:00 pm NCAA First round TBA NCAA Second round TBA NCAA Quarterfinals TBA NCAA Semifinals TBA NCAA National Championship (at Salem, VA) TBA

* - NJAC Game


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