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TABLE OF CONTENTS/CGA QUICK FACTS Table of Contents/Quick Facts ............................. 1

CGA QUICK FACTS

The U.S. Coast Guard and its Academy .............. 2

Location ........................................... New London, Conn.

The Superintendent ............................................. 3

Enrollment ............................................................. 1,000

CGA Administration ............................................ 5

Nickname .............................................................. Bears

Tim Fitzpatrick, Director of Athletics ................. 7

Colors ............................ Royal Blue, White and Orange

Bill George, Head Coach ...................................... 9

Home Field ................................. Cadet Memorial Field

2013 Coaching Staff ....................................... 10-11

Capacity ................................................................. 4,000

2013 Season Preview/Schedule ...................... 12-13

Surface ............................................................ FieldTurf

The New England Football Conference ............... 14

Lights ........................................................................ Yes

Player Profiles ................................................ 16-22

Superintendent ........................ RADM Sandra L. Stosz

2013 Roster .................................................... 24-25

Director of Athletics ............................. Tim Fitzpatrick

2012 Game-By-Game Review ......................... 26-30

Head Football Coach ................................... Bill George

2013 Opponents .............................................. 32-36

Coach Phone ...........................................(860) 444-8584 Director of Media Relations ................. Jason Southard

All-Time CGA Records ......................................... 37

Media Relations Phone ......................... (860) 701-6800

2012 Final Statistics ........................................... 38

Media Relations Email .... jason.s.southard@uscga.edu

All-Time Scores .............................................. 40-42

Southard Cell ......................................... (860) 334-2388

Coast Guard in the NCAA Playoffs ..................... 44

Press Box Phone .................................... (860) 444-8585

Series Records vs. All Opponents ........................ 46 89 Seasons of CGA Football ................................. 48 CGA Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees ........... 50-52

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THE U.S. COAST GUARD AND ITS ACADEMY The Coast Guard is the United States’ oldest continuous seagoing military service, founded in 1790 by Alexander Hamilton. In wartime, the Coast Guard functions as a specialized part of the Navy, in peacetime, it performs essential humanitarian missions vital to the safety of lives at sea and the environment. Under the auspices of the Department of Homeland Security, the Coast Guard establishes and coordinates search and rescue operations by ships and planes, maintains advanced electronic and other aids to navigation around the globe, operates ice-breakers for polar expeditions and keeping domestic waterways open, enforces marine laws and Merchant Marine safety, and maintains military readiness to fulfill its naval wartime commitment. What is known today as the Coast Guard Academy began in 1876 as the Revenue Cutter School of Instruction. The original class of nine Cadets began its training on the Schooner DOBBIN, which operated out of New Bedford, Massachusetts. In 1878, the 106-foot barque CHASE replaced the DOBBIN as the Cadettraining vessel. It wasn’t until 1900 that the CHASE found a permanent homeport at Arundel Cove, Maryland, where classroom instruction was added to shipboard training. After nearly 30 years of service, the CHASE was retired in 1907 and replaced by the cutter ITASCA. In 1910 the Academy moved to Fort Trumbull, an Army coastal defense installation in New London. Like other colleges, the Academy strives to make each graduate a well-informed, contributing member of society, fully prepared to accept life’s responsibilities. But that’s just the beginning. Each Academy graduate must be a qualified officer, capable of leadership. For this reason, the program at the Academy is more rigorous and more demanding than non-military colleges to meet the professional needs of the Coast Guard. The educational philosophy of the Academy has three basic objectives: to provide by precept and example an environment which encourages a high

sense of honor, loyalty, and obedience, to provide a sound undergraduate education in a field of interest to the Coast Guard; and to provide training which enables duties as junior officers aboard ship. With these three principles serving as guidelines, the Academy staff has evolved the present curriculum, which leads to a Bachelor of Science degree and a commission as Ensign in the United States Coast Guard. The curriculum is constantly being reviewed and updated to stay abreast of the modern trends in education and the needs of the Coast Guard. Athletic competition is a part of every Cadet’s life at the Academy. Physical strength, endurance, agility, and competitive spirit are considered just as important as academic study and military training for future Coast Guard officers. In fact, every Cadet must play on an intercollegiate or on an intramural team, depending on ability and preference. The smallest of the four military academies (current enrollment is approximately 1,000), the Academy fields varsity teams in twenty-three sports. Men’s sports are baseball, basketball, crew, cross country. football, soccer, swimming, tennis, indoor track, outdoor track, and wrestling. Women’s teams include basketball, crew, cross country, indoor track, outdoor track, soccer, softball, swimming and volleyball. Pistol, rifle, and sailing are co-ed sports. Admission to the Academy is open to U.S. citizens of good, moral character who are at least seventeen years of age but not twenty-two years of age, and who are unmarried. Prospective cadets should be good students, physically fit, and medically qualified. Interested high school juniors should initiate and application at the end of their junior year or as soon thereafter as possible. The deadline for applications is February 1st of every year before attending. Admission to the Academy is based solely on nationwide competition, and not by Congressional appointment. Details concerning admissions procedures and how to apply may be obtained from the Director of Admissions, U. S. Coast Guard Academy, New London, CT 06320-4195.

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THE SUPERINTENDENT

Dear Cadets, Alumni, and Fans, Welcome to the 2013 season of Coast Guard Academy football! We are excited to kick off another season of intense competition following the Bears winning season last year. Your first of five opportunities to see the Bears play on Cadet Memorial Field will be when they face Virginia’s Hampden-Sydney on September 21st. This game will be exceptionally special as we’ll be honoring the Class of ’63 football team; the only undefeated and untied football team in a regular season at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy. We enjoyed tremendous success in Athletics last year as our men’s soccer team won the ECAC Championship while our baseball program reached the ECAC Championship game for the first time in program history. Our numerous cadet athletes were recognized with All Conference, All-Region, and All-America honors for their exemplary performance in the athletic arena. Bravo Zulu! I hope you will join me all season long in cheering on our cadet-athletes as they strive for success, both on the field and off.

GO BEARS!

Sandra L. Stosz Rear Admiral, U.S. Coast Guard

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COAST GUARD ACADEMY ADMINISTRATION COAST GUARD ACADEMY ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF

CAPT Eric Jones Asst. Superintendent

CAPT James McCauley Commandant of Cadets

Dr. Kurt Colella Dean of Academics

CAPT Andrea Marcille Director, Leadership Development Center

CAPT Stephan Finton Director of Admissions

ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF

Tim Fitzpatrick Director of Athletics

Dan Rose Director of P.E./ Associate A.D.

Tim Opstrup Business Manager/ Assistant A.D.

Chris Parsons Assistant A.D./ Compliance

Artie Lamoureux Director of Athletic Operations

Jason Southard Director of Media Relations

Andrea Stewart Senior Women’s Administrator

Katherine Bossardet Associate Office Manager

Bob Bono Director of Advertising

Vi Oliver Secretary

ATHLETIC TRAINING AND EQUIPMENT ROOM STAFF

Ken Niedzwiecki Head Athletic Trainer

Bruce Cobb Equipment Manager

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Marc Grindstaff Asst. Equipment Mgr.

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DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS TIM FITZPATRICK Tim Fitzpatrick just completed second year as Director of Athletics at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, and on his watch the USCGA’s athletic program has seen growth in several key areas. In addition to securing a comprehensive, five-year shoe and apparel agreement with adidas America for the academy’s 21 NCAA sports, has overseen a rebranding initiative that has resulted in new logos and marks and created an athletic booster organization (the U.S. Coast Guard Academy Bear Club). Under Fitzpatrick’s guidance, the department produced its first-ever women’s professional development seminar (the Women’s LeadHERship Symposium) for female USCGA athletic staff members as well as attendees from colleges and universities throughout New England, and has launched an external program for sale of corporate sponsorships and partnerships. Fitzpatrick was the Director of Athletics at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi for two years prior to his arrival at USCGA, after spending the previous four years as the Deputy Athletic Director at Indiana University. At Texas A&M – Corpus Christi, Fitzpatrick secured major gifts for construction of a new outdoor tennis center, as well as renovation of the university’s baseball and softball stadiums. He additionally served on the NCAA’s Division I Women’s Basketball Issues Committee while in south Texas, and executed a strategic plan which increased the department’s corporate sponsorship revenue by nearly 40%. While at Indiana, he was responsible for internal administration of the department, oversaw capital construction and facilities management, and had oversight of the football, men’s basketball and women's basketball programs. Additionally, Fitzpatrick managed IU's external units, including marketing, ticket operations, licensing, merchandising, website, and publications. Additionally, he negotiated a 6-year, $21,000,000 shoe and apparel agreement with adidas America and administered the Hoosiers’ multi-media partnerships with Learfield Sports and the Big Ten Network. During his tenure, Indiana realized a ticket sales revenue increase of 15-percent over annual budgeted projections.

Fitzpatrick came to IU after spending the previous five years as COO and associate athletics director for external operations at the U.S. Military Academy. Fitzpatrick directed a fundraising effort that saw Army's “A Club” donor base grow from 750 to 6,700 and annual giving grow from $500,000 to $1.8 million. He also cultivated the Army Sports Network from two radio stations to 18, including 50,000-watt ESPN 1050 in New York City. During his tenure at West Point, corporate sponsorship revenue jumped from $250,000 to $920,000 annually. He arrived at West Point from the University of North Carolina-Charlotte, where he served as the associate athletics director for external affairs and executive director of the athletic foundation. Fitzpatrick's work at Charlotte resulted in a 26percent increase in annual gifts and a 39-percent increase in planned gifts. Prior to Army and Charlotte, Fitzpatrick served in a similar role at the University of Pittsburgh. In addition to serving as the men's basketball sport administrator, he directed a staff that generated a school record $1.4 million in sponsorship revenue and a $125,000 increase in annual giving. Fitzpatrick was a senior associate athletics director at the University of North Texas from May 1994 to June 1996. He was instrumental in UNT's transition from NCAA Division I-AA football to the Big West Conference, and during the 1994 football season, North Texas was one of three programs nationally to have every football game televised in its home market. This local television package generated more than $700,000 in corporate sponsorship revenue. He gained considerable experience as Assistant Commissioner of the Southwest Conference from 1992-94. Fitzpatrick negotiated a $2.25 million, three-year men's basketball tournament title sponsorship with the Dr. Pepper Company, and he also oversaw the league's national and local television syndication efforts. Fitzpatrick began his athletic administration career as the assistant marketing director at Army before moving on to Virginia Commonwealth as the director of marketing and Ticket Sales (1984-87) and Assistant Athletics Director for Marketing and Public Relations from 1987-92. A 1981 graduate of Hampden-Sydney College with a bachelor's degree in English, Fitzpatrick earned his master's degree in sports administration from Ohio University in 1982. Tim is married to Kerry Marks, and they have a son, James.

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HEAD COACH BILL GEORGE Bill George begins his 15th season as head coach at the United States Coast Guard Academy. George was named the 15th head football coach at the Coast Guard Academy on April 8, 1999. George was named New England Football Conference (NEFC) Bogan Division Coach of the Year in 2007 as he led the Bears to their second consecutive NEFC Bogan Division championship as the team was a perfect 7-0 in division play for the second straight season. The team lost in the NEFC Championship Game for the second straight season and finished the season 8-2. In 2006, the Bears tied a school-record with eight straight wins, finished the regular season 8-1 and earned a spot in the ECAC North Atlantic Bowl, the school’s first postseason bid since 1997 and finished 8-3 overall. Prior to arriving at Coast Guard, George, spent nine years (1990-1998) as an assistant coach at Ithaca College where he assisted head coach Mike Welch in running the offense. Over the nine years, he worked with the offensive line, linebackers as well as serving as head junior varsity coach from 1990-94.

Ithaca enjoyed tremendous success during George’s nine seasons as the Bombers made six trips to the postseason play. They earned an NCAA Playoff berth four times (1990, 1991, 1992, 1994) and beat Dayton 34-20 to win the Division III National Championship in 1991. The Bombers also made it to the National Semifinals in 1994. Ithaca also made two ECAC Playoff appearances in George’s nine years and won both times. The Bombers won the Northeast Championship Game in 1996 and won the Northwest Championship Game with a 40-6 win over Hartwick in 1998, his final season. Prior to Ithaca, George was an assistant coach at the United States Military Academy Prep School (USMAPS) for three seasons (1987-89). The 1980 graduate of Ithaca College, began his coaching career in 1982 as an assistant coach at Ithaca before moving on to Princeton in 1984. George was then a graduate assistant at Ohio State for two seasons (1985 and 1986). During his playing days at Ithaca, George was a four-year starter (1976-1979) at center for legendary coach Jim Butterfield. George was an All-American and co-captain of the 1979 team which won the National Championship during his senior year. He was also a two-time qualifier for the National Championships as a member of the wrestling team. Bill and his wife Nancy and their three-year old daughter Lila reside in Salem.

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THE COACHING STAFF JAY DRISCOLL

DANA FLEISCHMANN

Defensive Line

Co-Defensive Coordinator Defensive Backs Dana begins his 14th season as a member of the Bears coaching staff. Fleischmann serves as the Co-Defensive Coordinator and coaches the defensive backs. He was an assistant coach at Maine Maritime prior to arriving at the Academy. He worked with the running backs and served as Recruiting Coordinator and Academic Counselor. The 1997 graduate of the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota was a two-year letter winner as a punter and a All-Academic selection in the MIAC. Dana earned a Masters Degree in Athletic Administration and Physical Education from Northwest Missouri State in 1999. Dana, his wife Corinna and their three-year old daughter Josslyn reside in Ledyard.

Jay begins his 21st season on the Bears staff. The New London native will coach the defensive line. Driscoll played at New London High and spent 11 years coaching high school football at Waterford, East Catholic and Norwich Free Academy. A defensive end at New London, Jay continued his playing career at the University of Connecticut where he played safety for the Huskies. Jay, an English teacher at Norwich Free Academy and his wife Sandra reside in Norwich with their five-year old twins Aaron and Amelia. He also has a daughter Julia (17).

C.C. GRANT Co-Defensive Coordinator Linebackers C.C. begins his 15th season as a member of the Bears coaching staff. Grant, a 1992 graduate of Cortland State, spent six seasons as an assistant coach at his alma mater, the last two as Offensive Coordinator. During his playing days, Grant was an All-ECAC fullback during the 1990 season as he led the Red Dragons in rushing. Grant, who is also the head baseball coach at Coast Guard, earned a Masters in Physical Education from Cortland State in 1994. C.C. and his wife Susan have two daughters Hannah (5) and Grace (1), they reside in Waterford.

PAT KNOWLES Tight Ends/ Quality Control Pat begins his 18th year on the Bears staff. He will coach the tight ends and serve as quality control coach. Knowles entered the Coast Guard Academy from Missouri and graduated in 1983 with a B.S. in Civil Engineering. While a cadet, he was a four-year letterwinner in both football and wrestling. His Coast Guard assignments have taken him to Hawaii (twice), Washington, D.C. and the engineering graduate school in Michigan. He is retired from the Coast Guard and is an assistant professor at Three Rivers Community College. Pat and his wife Ann reside in Norwich with their children Mark (25), Lydia (23), Lauren (14) and Julia (9).

RAY LAFORTE Offensive Coordinator Quarterbacks Ray begins his 15th season as a member of the Bears coaching staff. He is the Offensive Coordinator and coaches the quarter-

backs. LaForte spent five seasons as the Defensive Coordinator at Ithaca, sharing an office with current Coast Guard head coach Bill George. While at Ithaca, LaForte coached three All-America selections and the Bombers made a trip to the 1994 NCAA Semifinals and won two ECAC Championships. LaForte was also an assistant lacrosse coach at Ithaca for five seasons. Prior to coaching at Ithaca, LaForte was a graduate assistant at East Carolina from 1991-1993. Ray, his wife Michelle and children Michael (14), Mason (11) and Madison (7) reside in Quaker Hill.

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THE COACHING STAFF JORDAN BERRIAN

DARELL SINGLETERRY

Wide Receivers/ Tight Ends

Defensive Assistant

Jordan is in his second season as a member of the Bears coaching staff. He was an assistant coach at WPI in 2011 where he worked with the tight ends and was the video coordinator. Jordan was an assistant varsity and head JV coach at Cedar Cliff High in Pa. for in 2009 and 2010 where the team had a winning season and made back-to-back playoff appearances for the first time in 13 years. He served as a student coach from 2005-2008 while attending East Stroudsburg University where he earned a Sports Management degree with a minor in Business Management. Berrian played at Camp Hill High, where the team made three District III playoff apperances and won a pair of district championships.

DON MILLER Running Backs Don begins his 15th season as a member of the Bears coaching staff. Miller, who is the all-time winningest coach at Trinity, owns one of the top winning percentages in New England and Division III as he had a 174-77-5 record for winning percentage of .693 from 1967-’98. Don was named New England Small College Coach of the Year five times (1970, 1974, 1978, 1980 and 1993). Miller compiled a 31-2 record from 1955-58 as head coach at Newark (Del.) High School. Before arriving at Trinity, Miller served as Offensive Coordinator at Amherst from 1959-64.

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Darell begins his sixth season as a defensive assistant. He was also an assistant coach during the 2001 and 2002 seasons. He was a Delaware All-State athlete in both wrestling and football in high school and played both at Delaware State where he was a safety/ linebacker and was part of three championship teams as the Hornets won a pair of MEAC co-championships in 1988 and 1991 and won the championship outright in 1989. Darell has also completed numerous years as an assistant coach with the Academy wrestling team. Darell is an associate professor in the Department of Management and has spent the majority of his Coast Guard career at the Academy, including a tour in the Office of Admissions.

2013 SEASON PREVIEW Coast Guard is coming off its first winning

The Bears must replace record setting quarter-

season since 2007 as the Bears finished 5-4

back Jon Resch and four players, all with very

overall and in the NewPREVIEW England Football 9 4-3 SEASON

little college football experience, will compete

Conference (NEFC) Bogan Division last season.

for the starting job. Sophomores Troy Nunes (8

The Bears must however replace a large gradu-

of 15, 46 yards, 1 INT) and Drew Londo ( 3 of 4,

ating class that featured seven All-division

29 yards) both saw limited action last season.

selections. Coast Guard returns just seven

Junior Blake Thompson, who makes the move

starters, four on offense, three on defense along

from wide receiver, will also battle for the

with sophomore All-division selection Tyler

starting quarterback spot.

Henning, who will handle both the kicking and Junior Collis Brown, who

punting for the second straight season.

2013 SCHEDULE

led the team with 53 receptions for 538 yards to go with four touchdowns

sists of eight teams, Curry,

SEPTEMBER 7 @ St. Lawrence noon 14 @ Merchant Marine 2:30 21 Hampden-Sydney 1:00 28 Nichols * (PW) 1:30 OCTOBER 5 Western New England* 1:30 12 @ Curry * 1:00 19 Maine Maritime * (HC) 1:30 26 @ Endicott * 1:00 NOVEMBER 9 @ Salve Regina * noon 16 MIT * 1:00

Endicott, Maine Maritime,

* NEFC game

Oswald (5 receptions, 33

The 2013 schedule will feature seven different opponents from last year as the New England Football Conference (NEFC) will have new look this season as the 16-team, two division conference now con-

last season, is back to lead the Bears receivers. Seniors Nick Fredericksen, who had 16 catches for 180 yards and a touchdown last season played well in 2012 and along with classmate Alex

MIT, Nichols, Salve Regina,

yards) will look to have

Western New England and

bigger roles this season.

Coast Guard. The other eight teams left to form The tight end position is wide open with the

the MASCAC football conference.

graduation of All-East performer Casey Paris and several new faces will compete for the spot.

Coast Guard will play a ten game schedule for the first time since 2000, with the shift in the NEFC format with no conference championship

The Bears do have a talented duo in the

game, the Bears will open with three straight

backfield in senior Tyler Hames and junior

non-conference games before opening NEFC

Jake Wawrzyniak, who were the top two rush-

play on Sept. 28th at home against Nichols.

ers on the team last year. Wawrzyniak led the team with 127 carries for 516 yards and eight

Senior co-captain Mike Vitrano returns at right

touchdowns while also catching 27 passes for

guard as the back bone of the Bears offensive

175 yards. Hames, who missed most of the

line. He will start for the fourth straight season

season with an injury last season, had 35

and is the only returning starting offensive

carries for 186 yards.

lineman from last year’s team. The other four starting spots are wide open entering camp.

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2013 SEASON PREVIEW “Jake and Tyler are both proven college football

Henning, who was a perfect 39-for-39 on extra

running backs, who along with Mike Vitrano

points last season and made six of 11 field

will be the leaders of our offense this season,”

goals, including a 27-yarder to beat Worcester

said George. Those guys will carry the load for

State in overtime last season will handle both

us all season long.”

the kicking and punting duties after averaging 32.8 yards per punt a year ago.

On the defensive side of the ball, junior defensive end Aaron Black (55 tackles, 37 solo), who

Oswald, who led the team in both punt returns

led the team with four sacks and ten tackles for

and kick returns last season is back along with

loss last season,

sophomore James Rizzo

returns to anchor the

(10 kickoff returns for

defensive line while

217 yards) and

classmate Joel Wyman

Wawrzyniak (8 kickoff

(25 tackles, 20 solo) is

returns for 139 yards) to

also expected to start at

give the Bears plenty of

defensive end.

options on special teams. Oswald returned

Senior co-captain Nick

14 kickoffs for 231 yards

Phillips, who missed

(16.5 avg.) while also

most of last season

having eight punt

with an injury, is back

returns for 128 yards

at inside linebacker

(16.0 avg.).

and will be joined by returning starter

“This group has worked

junior Victor Rizzardi

as hard in the offseason

(38 tackles, 24 solo) at

as any that I have seen,”

outside linebacker and

said George. “They have

sophomore inside linebacker Kyle Wood (32

Coast Guard Academy senior co-captains Mike Vitrano (78) and Nick Phillips (37).

not blinked an eye at the talent that we have

tackles, 23 solo), who

lost because they know

played very well in a

it is their time to

limited role a year ago and will start this sea-

contribute and I expect that is what is going to

son.

happen. That is what happens in college football, it becomes another person’s time to step

Senior Evan Rothfeld (32 tackles, 2 intercep-

up and perform like they can. I could not be

tions, 3 fumble recoveries), a second team All-

more pleased with the leadership and work

Bogan Division selection last season, is back at

habits I have seen from this team.”

free safety. He will be surrounded by several new faces in the Bears secondary this season as the other three spots are up for grabs entering the season.

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THE NEW ENGLAND FOOTBALL CONFERENCE THE HISTORY 1965 - The New England Football Conference is founded by charter members Curry, Bridgewater State and Maine Maritime. 1971 - Plymouth State and New England College become conference members. 1972 - Nichols College and Boston State become conference members. 1972 - New England College suspends football program following ’72 season; Mass. Maritime Academy becomes conference member. 1973 - Framingham State and New Haven become conference members. 1979 - Western Connecticut State becomes conference member. 1981 - Western New England College becomes conference member. 1981 - New Haven leaves conference, moves to Division II. 1981 - Boston State suspends football program following ’81 season. 1982 - Westfield State becomes conference member. 1985 - Fitchburg State and Worcester State become conference members. 1985 - Western Connecticut leaves conference to pursue independent schedule. 1987 - UMass Lowell becomes conference member in 1987, initiating a split into two six-team divisions with divisional winners meeting in championship playoff game. 1988 - UMass Boston and UMass Dartmouth become conference members. 1988 - Western New England leaves conference following ’88 season. 1992 - Plymouth State and UMass Lowell join the Freedom Football Conference; Curry and Nichols join the Eastern Collegiate Football Conference. 1992 - The conference now numbers nine colleges that play a round robin schedule. 1997 - Five new members begin conference play in 1998: Curry, Nichols, MIT, Salve Regina and WNEC. The 14team conference will have two 7-team divisions. 1999 - Bridgewater State (10-0) receives first automatic qualification to NCAA playoffs. 2000 - The first Championship game in the 14-team Conference is scheduled. Wal*Mart agrees to sponsor the game. The Divisions are re-named with the Red being the Bogan Division and the Blue becoming the Boyd Division named after the NEFC’s first two commissioners. Bridgewater State defeats Salve Regina 27-24 for the championship. UMass Boston drops football. 2001 - The Bogan Division plays with only six teams while the Boyd continues with seven. Endicott College begins a football program and is admitted into the Boyd Division beginning with the 2003 season. 2004 - A Most Valuable Player Award is established for the NEFC Championship Game and is named the William Mottola Award in honor of the long-time conference commissioner. 2005 - Plymouth State University and the United States Coast Guard Academy are admitted as members for play beginning in the 2006 season. Plymouth enters the Boyd Division and Coast Guard Academy will compete in the Bogan Division.

2012 NEFC FINAL STANDINGS BOYD DIVISION

BOGAN DIVISION Bogan * # Framingham St. 7-0 Bridgewater State 6-1 Coast Guard 4-3 Mass. Maritime 4-3 Worcester State 4-3 Westfield State 2-5 Fitchburg State 1-6 Maine Maritime 0-7 * Bogan Division Champions # NEFC Champions

Boyd * Salve Regina 6-1 Endicott 6-1 Curry 5-2 Western N.E. 4-3 MIT 4-3 Plymouth State 1-6 Nichols 1-6 UMass-Dartmouth 1-6 * Boyd Division Champions

Overall 10-2 9-2 5-4 5-4 6-4 3-7 2-8 0-9

Overall 9-2 9-2 6-4 6-4 5-4 2-8 1-9 1-9

NEFC WILL HAVE NEW LOOK THIS YEAR The New England Football Conference announced a restructuring of the Conference that will take place this season. The NEFC will function as an eight team league and will retain the NEFC’s automatic bid to the NCAA Division III Championship Tournament. The realigned NEFC will consist of Curry College, Endicott College, Maine Maritime Academy, MIT, Nichols College, Salve Regina University, the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, and Western New England. Institutions that are currently members of the multi-sport Massachusetts State College Athletic Conference (Bridgewater State University, Fitchburg State University, Framingham State University, Massachusetts MaritimeEnament. Academy, The Westfield State NEFC University, Worcester State University) will compete in a newly formed New realigned willand consist of MASCAC football league. Plymouth State University and UMass Dartmouth, two schools that have a playing Curry College, Endicott College, MaineanMaritime relationship with the MASCAC through affiliation agreement between the MASCAC and the Little East Conference, will also join the new league.

Academy, MIT, Nichols College, Salve Regina University, the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, and www.NewEnglandFootballConference.com Western New England. 14

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2013 PLAYER PROFILES ETHAN BAISDEN #22 TE

COLLIS BROWN #19 WR

Savanna, Ill. 6-3 220 Senior

Kingwood, Texas 6-1

210

Junior

The Bears top wide receiver ... will start for the third straight season. 2012: started all nine games and led the team with 53 receptions for 538 yards and four touchdowns. 2011: had 18 receptions for 223 yards and a touchdown. HIGH SCHOOL: All-district selection and team Offensive MVP for coach Jim Holley at Kingwood Park High ... also member of basketball team. PERSONAL: Management major ... his sister Larla is a senior on the Coast Guard basketball team ... son of Jan Sadler.

Will compete for starting tight end spot ... was a defensive back as a freshman ... also a thrower on the Coast Guard track team. 2012: had six receptions for 30 yards and a touchdown. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain and Allconference selection for his dad Dave Baisden at West Carroll High ... was captain of track team and All-conference in the 110 high hurdles ... also a member of wrestling and basketball teams. PERSONAL: Marine and Environmental Science major ... has an older brother Logan, who is in the Marines and a younger sister Trelawney ... son of Dave and Kari Baisden.

CHARLIE CHAVTUR

#26

LB

Reedsport, Ore. 6-0 190 Sophomore

MARK BEHNE #1 DB

Will battle for playing time at one of the outside linebacker spots. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain and Allleague selection for coach Shane Nelson at Reedsport High ... also second place in the state in the 300 meter hurdles ... member of the

Clifton, Va. 5-10 150 Sophomore

Expected to backup at free safety this season ... also a member of the Coast Guard baseball team. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain and Alldistrict selection for coach Chris Haddock at Centreville High ... also captain and All-district selection in

National Honor Society. PERSONAL: Operations Research and Computer Analysis major ... his grandfather is retired from the Navy ... has a younger brother Chris ... son of Chuck, who is in the Coast Guard, and Tricia Chavtur.

baseball. PERSONAL: Management major ... has an older brother Scott, who serves in the Marines, an older sister Rachel and a younger brother Jake ... son of Dan, who served in the Air Force, and Anne Behne.

MIKE CLANCY #38 RB Havertown, Pa. 5-10 190 Sophomore

AARON BLACK #89 DL Edmont, Ok. 6-3 235 Junior

Will start on the defenisive line for the second straight season. 2012: made eight starts and registered 55 tackles, 37 solo and led the team with 10 tackles for loss and four sacks. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain for coach Gregg Blankenship at AFNorth International School ... also captain of wrestling and soccer teams. PERSONAL: Civil Engineering major ... has two sisters, Maddie and Elisa ... son of John, a pilot in the Air Force, and Kris Black.

BLAKE BONIFAS #99 DL Sterling Heights, Mich. 6-2 235 Sophomore

Will start at nose tackle this season. 2012: saw action in six games and made two tackles. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain and Allconference, All-county and All-East side Metro Detroit honorable mention selection for coach Tony Smith at Utica High ... also member of wrestling team. PERSONAL: Attended Georgia Military College ... Government major ... has an older brother Kyle and a younger brother Reid ... son of David and Monique Bonifas.

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Will backup at running back after a solid freshman season a year ago. 2012: saw action in six games and carried 30 times for 104 yards and a touchdown ... also caught 11 passes for 62 yards and a score ... scored both his touchdowns vs. Bridgewater State. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain for coach Joe Gallagher at Haverford High ... also member of indoor and outdoor track team. PERSONAL: Management major ... has seven brothers, Steve, Pat, Chris, Brian, Kevin, Jack and Bill and one sister Caitie ... son of Kevin and Alex.

2013 PLAYER PROFILES TOM CONDON #74 OL

NICK FREDERICKSEN #18 WR

Whitman, Mass. 6-2 230 SO • 6-4, 190 •Sophomore Ross, Ohio

Nashua, N.H. 6-0 190 Senior

Expected to battle for the starting spot at left guard this season. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain and Eastern Mass. Shirners All-Star selection for coach Sean Clifford at Whitman-Hanson High ... captain and Patriot League Champion in wrestling ... also member of track team ... member of the Dean’s List. PERSONAL: Attended Georgia Military College ... Government major ... has two older brothers, Billy and Timmy and an older sister Kerry ... son of Tom and Clare Condon.

NICK COUTURE #86 WR Delran, N.J. 5-7

180

Junior

Will battle for time at wide receiver this season. 2012: had his first career catch, a 14yard touchdown in a win over Fitchburg State. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for coach Pete Miles at Delran High. PERSONAL: Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering major ... his grandfather Al was in the Navy and his uncle Tony is a LT. Colonel in the Army ... has a brother George, who is in the Army, and a sister Allie .. son of Ed, who is in the Army, and Marline Couture.

Will start at one of the wide receiver spots this season for the second straight season. 2012: made six starts and had 16 receptions for 180 yards and a touchdown. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain and Allstate selection for coach Scott Knight at Nashua High ... team won 2008 state championship ... also captain and three-year starter as member of lacrosse team ... member of the National Honors Society. PERSONAL: Operations Research major ... Dean’s List ... member of the NEFC All-Academic team for the past two seasons ... both of his grandfathers were in the military, one in the Marines and one in the Navy ... has a younger brother Matthew and an older sister Christina ... son of Mike Fredericksen and Jackie Meadows.

ANDREW GATHY #55 DL Lexington, Ky. 6-1 220 Senior

Will backup at one of the defensive end spots this season ... was the 2012 Boxing Regimental Open heavyweight champion. 2012: saw action in all nine games and made nine tackles. HIGH SCHOOL: All-city selection for coach Bill Letton at Lexington Catholic High ... team won 2007 state championship ... also member of swim team. PERSONAL: Management major ... Commandant of Cadets List ... Dean’s List ... his grandfather Bruce Gathy graduated from the Coast Guard Academy in 1956 ... has an older sister Alayna ... son of Brian and Charlane Gathy.

NICK EGERSDORF #88 DE Rochester, Minn. 6-2 225 Sophomore

Will backup at one of the defensive end spots this season. HIGH SCHOOL: All-conference and All-state Academic selection for coach Ties at Mayo High ... also captain, All-conference and All-state Academic performer as member of track team ... member of the National Honor Society. PERSONAL: Government major ... has a sister Emily ... son of Brian and Martha Egersdorf.

JORDAN GROFF #32 WR Lancaster, Pa. 5-11 185 Sophomore

Expected to battle for time at wide receiver this season. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain and first team All-section selection for coach John Manion at Lampeter-Strasburg High ... also captain and All-section as member of the baseball team ... member of National Honors Society. PERSONAL: Civil Engineering major ... earned a Blue Star for performance on the Physical Fitness Exam (PFE) ... his grandfather served in the Army ... has two younger brothers Alec and Jake and a younger sister Anabeth ... son of Brian and Patricia Groff.

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2013 PLAYER PROFILES SAM TYLER HAMES #34 RB Milford, Conn. 5-5 165 Senior ENGLAND

FREDERIC HIGGINS #49 WR SR Diamond Bar, Ca. 6-2 170 Sophomore Pearland, Texas 6-1 Will 245 backup at one of the safety Ofspots this season ... also All-New fenEngland performer in the 4x400 relay sive Lineboth indoor and outdoor last season man

Will start at running back for the third straight season after missing five games due to injury last season. 2012: had 35 carries for 186 yards while making 11 receptions for 90 yards. 2011: started all nine games and led the team with 128 carries, 683 yards and seven touchdowns ... also caught 32 passes for 288 yards and two touchdowns. 2010: carried 15 times for 179 yards with two touchdowns ... had 10 carries for 143 yards and both his touchdowns in the season finale vs. Maine Maritime his first career start. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain, All-division, All-State and All-conference selection for coach Jeff Bevino at Foran High ... started high school in Arizona for two years and won state championship in football and placed third in 4x100 as member of track team. PERSONAL: Attended New Mexico Military Institute (NMMI) ... Management major ... his uncle graduated from Air Force Academy ... his grandfather was in the Marines ... has a younger sister Ashley ... son of Greg, the first Army ROTC recepient in the U.S., and Lisa Hames and Tricia Holleran.

in track. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for coach Layton at Diamond Ranch High ... also a member of the track team. PERSONAL: Mechanical Engineering major ... has two older sisters, Sarah and Rachel ... son of Darla Higgins.

GORDY HOLLOWAY #5 LB Plymouth, Ind. 6-3 225 Junior

Makes the move to linebacker and will compete for starting spot after serving as a backup tight end for the past two seasons. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain and Allconference for coach John Barron at Plymouth High ... also captain of the basketball team and a member of the baseball team. PERSONAL: Management major ... has an older sister Kristen, who was on the sailing team and graduated from the Coast Guard Academy in 2012 ... has four younger brothers, Mitch, a sophomore on the Bears football team this year, Jack, Max and Tommy ... son of Larry and Michelle Holloway.

PATRICK HENNESSEY #8 WR Painter, Va. 6-0 180 Sophomore

MITCH HOLLOWAY #12 TE Plymouth, Ind. 6-2 195 Sophomore

Will compete for time at wide receiver. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain for coach Noble Palmer at Broadwater Academy ... also captain of the basketball and baseball teams. PERSONAL: Management major ... has an older brother Connor ... son of Rob and Martha Hennessey.

Will battle for the starting tight end spot this season. HIGH SCHOOL: Academic Allstate selection for coach John Barron at Plymouth High ... also captain of both the basketball and golf teams. PERSONAL: Attended Georgia Military College ... Marine and Environmental Sciences major ... has an older sister Kristen, who was on the sailing team and graduated from the Coast Guard Academy in 2012 ... has an older brother Gordy, a junior on the Bears football team this year and three younger brothers, Jack, Max and Tommy ... son of Larry and Michelle Holloway.

TYLER HENNING #91 K/P Cypress, Texas 6-0 180 Sophomore

Returns to handle the kicking duties after and outstanding freshman season in which he earned second team NEFC All-Bogan Division honors. 2012: was a perfect 39 for 39 on extra point attempts while making six of 11 field goals including a 27-yarder to beat Worcester State in overtime. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for coach Gene Johnson at Cypress Ranch High ... was captain of the soccer team. PERSONAL: Civil Engineering major ... both of his grandfathers were in the military, one in the Marines and the other in the Navy ... had and uncle in the Marines and another uncle in the Air Force ... has an older brother Devin ... son of Steve and Kris Henning.

HUNTER HOLT #66 OL Kingsport, Tenn. 6-0 210 Sophomore

Will battle for a starting spot on the Bears offensive line this season. HIGH SCHOOL: All-conference performer for coach Graham Clark at Dobyns-Bennett High, the winningest high school football program in Tennessee ... team went 23-2 in his junior and senior seasons winning the Big 8 Conference both times ... also a member of the track team ... Dean’s List ... named U.S. Marine Corp Distinguished Athlete during his senior season. PERSONAL: Mechanical Engineering major ... had two younger brothers Josh and Carter ... son of Chris and Kari Holt.

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2013 PLAYER PROFILES JOE KELLY #6 P

DREW LONDO #13 QB

Omaha, Neb. 5-11 165 Junior

Sylva, N.C. 6-0 185 Sophomore

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Expected to battle for the starting punting job after missing all of last season with an injury ... also member of All-New England 4x800 relay team at the Coast Guard Academy. HIGH SCHOOL: Did not play football scholastically ... captain of track team and he won state medals in 400 and 800 meters at Creighton Prep ... also member of baseball team. PERSONAL: Government major ... Dean’s List ... Commandant of Cadets List ... has two older sisters Rosemary and Sheila, an older brother Rory and two younger brothers Kieran and Brian ... son of Joe and Catherine Kelly.

Will battle for time at quarterback this season. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain and Allconference performer for Dave Napert at Smoky Mountain High ... also captain of baseball team and member of basketball team. PERSONAL: Management major ... his uncle Dean is in the Army, has a younger brother Austin and a younger sister Stephanie ... son of Darold, who played football at Army, and Anne Londo.

ROSS MARKHAM #42 LB Stillwater, Minn. 6-0 180 Sophomore

ED LAZOWSKI #33 LB

Will compete for time at outside linebacker ... is a black belt in karate. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for coach Beau LaBore at Stillwater Area High ... also member of the lacrosse team. PERSONAL: Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering major ... Dean’s List ... Commandant of Cadets List ... his grandfather was in the Army and National Guard while his uncle was in the Navy ... has a sister Andi ...GEDDY son of Steve and Judy MILLER #77 Markham. OL

Mount Joy, Pa. 6-0 205 Sophomore

Will battle for a starting spot at outside linebacker .... also a member of the Coast Guard baseball team. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain for coach Jeff Polites at Donegal High ... also member of the baseball team. PERSONAL: Management major ... has a younger brother Sam ... son of Ed and Jen Lazowski.

Eureka, Mo. 6-2 245 Senior

ELI MAURER #23 DB

ANTHONY LIVINGSTONE #44 TE

Carrollton, Ohio 5-11 175 Sophomore

Planfield, N.J. 6-2 220 Sophomore

Expected to start at one of the cornerback spots for the Bears. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain and Allstate, All-county and All-conference performer for coach Dale Soles at Minerva High ... also captain and All-county and All-conference as member of basketball team. PERSONAL: Operations Research and Computer Analysis major ... Dean’s List ... has a brother Jesse and a sister Taylor ... son of Mark and Jan Maurer.

Expected to battle for starting spot at tight end this season. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for coach Bob Molarz at St. Joseph High ... also member of basketball as well as state champion lacrosse team. PERSONAL: Marine and Environmental Sciences major has two older brothers Patrick, a first Lieutenant in the Air Force, and James, a second Lieutentant in the Air Force and a younger sister MaryPatricia ... son of Ellen Livingstone.

KOACHAR MOHAMMAD #52 OL

BANNING LOBMEYER #25 RB

Chula Vista, Ca. 6-1 215

Sophomore

Windsor, Col. 5-10 185 Sophomore

Will compete for a starting spot on the offensive line this season. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain and Allleague selection for coach Anthony Lacsina at Otay Ranch High. PERSONAL: Management major ... Dean’s List ... has an older brother Luis ... son of Yasen and Martha Mohammad.

Expected to compete for time at running back after making the move from linebacker ... also a member of the Coast Guard wrestling team. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain, All-state, All-conference, All-Academic and 2011 Old Spice Player of the Year for coach Chris Jones at Windsor High ... also captain and Allconference performer in both swimming and wrestling ... his team won the 2011 state wrestling championship ... also a member of the baseball team. PERSONAL: Government major ... his aunt Holly Stuart is retired from the Air Force while his uncle Russ Wheeler is a Senior Master Sargeant in the Air Force ... has an older brother Tamac and an older sister Sharon ... son of Bryan and Teresa Lobmeyer.

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2013 PLAYER PROFILES CASEY PARIS #44 TE MATT MONTEILH #29 WR

NICK PHILLIPS #37 LB

East Tawakoni, 215 Senior Tampa, Fla. 5-6Texas. 175 6-3 Junior

Nashua, N.H. 5-8 210 Senior

Co-captain ... will start at inside linebacker ... missed most of last season with an injury. 2011: had 24 tackles, 18 solo with a sack ... made one start. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain and threetime All-state and All-area selection for coach Tony Johnson at Bishop Guertin High ... team won a pair of state championships ... selected to the N.H. Shrine Bowl ... also captain of baseball team ... member of the National Honors Society. PERSONAL: Government major ... Comandant of Cadets List ... Dean’s List ... his uncle Ted Phillips is the President of the Chicago Bears ... his uncle Tony served in the Navy for nine years ... has a brother Tony ... son of Mark, who played football at Colby, and Tia Phillips.

Will compete for time at wide receiver ... missed final four games of last season with an injury. 2012: saw action in five games and carried seven times for 21 yards and returned six kickoffs for 90 yards. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain and Allstate performer for coach Lane McLaughlin at Carrollwood Day School ... also member of soccer, basketball, baseball and track teams. PERSONAL: Attended Marion Military Institute ... Management major ... his uncle Brent McClanahan was a running back with the Minnesota Vikings from 1973-79 ... his grandfather served in the Army during World War II, has three older brothers, Greg, Arick and Bryant ... son of Paul, who served in the Army during Vietnam, and Judy Monteilh.

TROY NUNES #4 QB Montville, Conn. 5-10 180 Sophomore

Will compete for time under center this season after limited playing time a year ago. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for coach Tanner Grove at Montville High ... also played basketball and ran track for the Indians. PERSONAL: Management major ... has a younger brother Cory and a younger sister Andrea ... son of Bill, a Commander in the Coast Guard and Nelida Nunes, who is also in the Coast Guard.

ALEX OSWALD #11 WR Irving, Texas 5-11 185

Washingtonvile, N.Y. 6-1 230 Junior

Is expected to start on the offensive line after making the move from defensive line. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain and Allsection performer for coach Ed Van Curen at Burke Catholic ... also a member of the basketball and lacrosse teams. PERSONAL: Government major ... his grandfather served in the Navy ... has a younger sister Shayne ... son of Chip and Dawn Postiglione.

Senior

CARTER PROVOST #87 WR

Expected to start at one of the wide receiver spots this season as well as return kicks. 2012: led the Bears with 14 kickoff returns for 231 yards and eight punt returns for 128 yards ... also had five receptions for 33 yards. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain and 5A All-District and Academic All-state selection for coach Jim Bennett at Irving High ... also member of basketball team. PERSONAL: Civil Engineering major ... both his grandfather and his uncle were in the Navy ... son of Jason and Nancy Oswald.

Swansboro, N.C. 6-2 200 Sophomore

Will compete for time at one of the wide receiver spots this season. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain, All-area and All-conference selection for coach Tim Laspada at Swansboro High ... also member of basketball, swimming and baseball teams ... National Honors Society ... Class Vice President. PERSONAL: Management major ... has a younger sister Caroline and an older sister Jordan ... both his grandfather and uncle served in the Coast Guard ... son of John and Janet Provost.

KEVIN PAINTEN #65 OL Walpole, Mass. 6-1 235

KEVIN POSTIGLIONE #69 OL

PAUL PUDDINGTON #48 LB

Sophomore

Beaver Falls, N.Y. 5-11 215

Expected to compete for starting tackle spot on offensive line ... also a member of the Coast Guard wrestling team. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain for coach Charlie Stevenson at Xaverian Brothers High ... also captain of the

Sophomore

Will backup at one of the inside linebacker spots this season. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain for his dad, coach Steve Puddington, at Beaver River Central High ... named Outstanding Senior Athlete ... member of National Honors Society. PERSONAL: Civil Engineering major ... his grandfather served in the Navy ... has an older sister Rebekah and three younger sisters, Meghan, Emma and Heather ... son of Steve, who is in the Marines, and Patrice Puddington.

wrestling team. PERSONAL: Government major ... Commandant of Cadets List ... has an older brother Paul, an older sister Emily and a younger sister Andie ... son of Paul and Francine Painten.

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2013 PLAYER PROFILES JOE RIZZARDI #47 DB

NOLAN SALYER #36 LB

Ashburn, Va. 6-0 185 Sophomore

Thompsonville, Mich. 6-0 190 Junior

Will start at strong safety after seeing action in seven games last season. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain, Alldistrict and All-region selection for coach Charlie Pierce at Briar Woods High ... also captain of baseball team. PERSONAL: Electrical Engineering major ... his brother Victor is a junior linebacker on the team ... son of Charles and Josephine Rizzardi.

Will backup at one of the outside linebacker spots ... also member of Coast Guard wrestling team. 2012: saw action in all nine games and had 25 tackles, 16 solo, three for loss with a pair of sacks. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain and Allconference performer for coach Steve Cox at Benzio Central High ... also captain and All-captain selection as member of both the wrestling and baseball teams. PERSONAL: Management major ... Dean’s List ... Commandant of Cadets List ... NEFC All-Academic team selection ... has an older sister Lucie ... son of Dan and Kay Salyer.

VICTOR RIZZARDI #28 LB Ashburn, Va. 5-7 190 Junior

Will start at outside linebacker for the second straight season. 2012: started all nine games at outside linebacker ... recorded 38 tackles, 24 solo, two for loss and recovered two fumbles. 2011: had 41 tackles, 30 solo, four for loss with 1.5 sacks. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain and All-district selection for coach Charlie Pierce at Briar Woods High ... also captain of baseball team. PERSONAL: Civil Engineering major ... his brother Joe is a sophomore defensive back on the team ... son of Charles and Josephine Rizzardi.

CORY SONNEGA #10 LB Shoreline, Wash. 6-1 215 Sophomore

Will backup at one of the inside linebacker spots ... also a member of the Coast Guard baseball team. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain for coach Rob Petschl at Shorewood High. PERSONAL: Attended Georgia Military College ... Marine and Environmental Sciences major ... son of Tim and Diana Sonnega.

JAMES RIZZO #2 DB

BEN STRONG #72 OL

Glens Falls, N.Y. 5-9 185 Sophomore

Rocky Hill, S.C. 5-11 205 Sophomore

Expected to compete for one of the starting tackle spots this season. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for coach Strait Herron at South Pointe High. PERSONAL: Operations Research and Computer Analysis major ... Dean’s List ... has four brothers Spencer, Ammon, Ethan and Isaac .. son of Curt and Leona Strong.

Will start at cornerback and also return kickoffs. 2012: returned ten kickoffs for 217 yards. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain and Allleague selection for coach Pat Lilac at Glens Falls High ... captain and All-league in hockey and captain and All-section in baseball ... member of National Honors Society. PERSONAL: Government major ... Commandant of Cadets List ... both his grandfathers served in World War II ... has an older sister Elizabeth, a younger sister Jillian and a younger brother Andrew ... son of Bob and Jeanne Rizzo.

BLAKE THOMPSON #15 QB Liberty Hill, Texas 5-10 180 Junior

Makes the move to quarterback and will compete for the starting spot after playing wide receiver for the past two seasons ... also a member of the Coast Guard baseball team. 2012: had 13 receptions for 180 yards and two touchdowns. 2011: had five catches for 50 yards and ten kick returns for 184 yards. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain for coach Jerry Vance at Liberty Hill High ... also captain of baseball team. PERSONAL: Management major ... has a younger brother Connor ... son of Chris and Kim Thompson.

EVAN ROTHFELD #21 DB Califon, N.J. 5-10 180 Senior

Will start at free safety for the second straight season ... NEFC AllBogan second team selection last season. 2012: had 32 tackles, 26 solo, two interceptions and a team-high three fumble recoveries and two blocked kicks. 2011: led the team with three interceptions and registered 25 tackles, 18 solo. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain for coach DeLaurentis at Peddie High ... also member of baseball team. PERSONAL: Government major ... Dean’s List ... NEFC All-Academic team selection ... has two older sisters, Phoebe and Libby ... son of Cathy and Lee Rothfeld.

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2013 PLAYER PROFILES PETE VASILARAKIS #53 OL

KYLE WOOD #43 LB

Baltimore, Md. 5-9 205 Senior

Mt. Juliet ,Tenn. 6-1 220 Sophomore

Will serve as the Bears backup center this season. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain for coach Tony Rucco at Kenwood High ... also captain of the track team. PERSONAL: Government major ... has two older brothers John, who is in the Coast Guard, and Emmanuel and a younger brother Christos ... son of Nick and Angela Vasilarakis.

Will start at inside linebacker this season after making one start and seeing plenty of time last season. ... also a member of the Coast Guard baseball team. 2012: had 32 tackles, 23 solo, three for loss, two sacks and an interception. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain for coach John McNeal at Friendship Christian School ... also captain of baseball team. PERSONAL: Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering major ... his grandfather and uncle were both in the Navy ... has two younger brothers, Andrew and Coleton ... son of Greg and Kyra Wood.

MIKE VITRANO #78 OL Burlington, Conn. 6-3 260 Senior

Co-captain ... second team NEFC Bogan Division selection last season ... will start at right guard for the fourth straight year after starting all 27 games

TYLER WRIGHT #71 OL Roanoke, Va. 6-2 240

Junior

Will battle for a starting spot on the offensive line this season. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain, Alldistrict, All-region and honorable mention All-state performer for coach Scott Weaver at Hidden Valley High ... also a member of the

the past three seasons. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain and Allconference selection for coach Jude Kelly at St. Paul Catholic ... National Football Foundation Scholar Athlete. PERSONAL: Management major ... named National Footabll Foundation Scholar Athlete last season ... NEFC AllAcademic team selection last season ... Dean’s List ... his grandfather was in the Navy during World War II ... has three older sisters, Catherine, Andrea and Nicole ... son of Salvatore and Margaret Vitrano.

basketball team. PERSONAL: Attended New Mexico Military Institute (NMMI) ... Government major ... his grandfather, aunt and uncle were all in the Marines ... has two younger sisters, Sophie and Cora and a younger brother, Hunter ... son of David, who played football at VMI and was in the Army, and Kim Wright.

JOEL WYMAN #7 DL Springfield, Mo. 6-3 225 Junior

JAKE WAWRZYNIAK #20 RB Sylvania, Ohio 5-7 190 Junior

Will start at defensive end this season ... also a member of the Bears wrestling team. 2012: played in six games and made one start ... had 25 tackles, 20 solo, four for loss, one sack and one fumble recovery. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain and All-state for coach Phill Wickwar at Willard High ... also state runner up in wrestling. PERSONAL: Attended New Mexico Military Institute (NMMI) where he was a national qualifier in wrestling ... Management major ... has two younger brothers, Matt and Brad ... son of Brett, who went to West Point, and Cindy Wyman.

Will see plenty of time at running back as well as returning kicks after making five starts at running back last season. 2012: led the team with 127 carries, 516 yards and eight touchdowns while catching 27 passes for 175 yards and returning eight kickoffs for 139 yards. He had 35 carries, 143 yards and three touchdowns in his first career start, a win over MIT on Sept. 15th. 2011: led the team with 10 kickoff returns for 188 yards ... also carried the ball 14 times for 48 yards with two touchdowns and had six receptions for 24 yards. HIGH SCHOOL: Captain, All-league and All-district selection for coach Mike Blochowski at St. Francis de Sales High ... also member of hockey team that won state championship during his senior season. PERSONAL: Management major ... Commandant of Cadets List ... has an older brother Nick, who boxed at the Air Force Academy, and a younger brother Scott, who plays football at Air Force, and a younger sister Katie ... son of Jeff and Kathy Wawrzyniak.

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Name Mark Behne James Rizzo James Walsh Troy Nunes Gordy Holloway Joe Kelly Joel Wyman Patrick Hennessey Derek Victory Cory Sonnega Alex Oswald Mitch Holloway Drew Londo Justin Rebholz Blake Thompson Luke Sniatkowski Nick Fredericksen Collis Brown Jake Wawrzyniak Evan Rothfeld Ethan Baisden Eli Maurer Jake Martin Banning Lobmeyer Charlie Chavtur Eric Harris Jr. Victor Rizzardi Matt Monteilh Tony Buzzini Ian Meyer Jordan Groff Ed Lazowski Tyler Hames Cory Geyer Nolan Salyer Nick Phillips * Mike Clancy Brian Deeley

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Pos. DB DB LB QB LB P DL WR QB LB WR TE QB DB QB WR WR WR RB DB TE DB LB RB LB LB LB WR DB LB WR LB RB LB LB LB RB LB

Ht. 5-10 5-9 6-2 5-10 6-3 5-11 6-3 6-0 5-9 6-1 5-11 6-2 6-0 5-10 5-10 6-3 6-0 6-1 5-7 5-10 6-3 5-11 6-1 5-10 6-0 6-1 5-7 5-6 6-1 6-0 5-11 6-0 5-5 6-1 6-0 5-8 5-10 5-11

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Wt. 150 185 210 180 225 165 225 180 165 215 185 195 185 160 180 205 190 210 190 180 220 175 190 185 190 185 190 175 180 200 185 205 165 180 190 210 190 195

Hometown Clifton, Va. Glens Falls, N.Y. Aberdeen, Wash. Montville, Conn. Plymouth, Ind. Omaha, Neb. Springfield, Mo. Painter, Va. Weston, Fla. Shoreline, Wash. Irving, Texas Plymouth, Ind. Sylva, N.C. Crestview, Fla. Liberty Hill, Texas Verona, N.J. Nashua, N.H. Kingwood, Texas Sylvania, Ohio Califon, N.J. Savanna, Ill. Carrollton, Ohio Reno, Nev. Windsor, Col. Reedsport, Ore. Norfolk, Va. Ashburn, Va. Tampa, Fla. Boise, Idaho Portland, Ore. Lancaster, Pa. Mount Joy, Pa. Milford, Conn. Los Alamos, Ca. Thompsonville, Mich. Nashua, N.H. Havertown, Pa. Centreville, Va.

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Name Fred McClimans Tyler Carlsgaard Ross Markham Kyle Wood Anthony Livingstone Timbo Duncan Javier Paula Joe Rizzardi Paul Puddington Frederic Higgins Koachar Mohammad Pete Vasilarakis Brendon McNeil Andrew Gathy Logan Mars Kevin Painten Hunter Holt J.D. Dunaway Kyle Levy Kevin Postiglione Tyler Wright Ben Strong Tom Condon Mike Vitrano * Kyle Jackson Bryan Popp Charles Majewski Nick Rollolazo Nick Couture Carter Provost Nick Egersdorf Aaron Black Tyler Henning Chris Bell Jordan Hart Nick Lodovici Lukas Groves Blake Bonifas

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Pos. LB LB LB LB TE LB DB DB LB DB OL OL LB DL DL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL WR WR K WR WR WR DE DL P/K P/K DL DL DL DL

Ht. 6-1 5-10 6-0 6-1 6-2 6-0 5-9 6-0 5-11 6-2 6-1 5-9 6-1 6-1 6-2 6-1 6-0 6-1 6-0 6-1 6-2 5-11 6-2 6-3 6-1 5-11 6-0 5-8 5-7 6-2 6-2 6-3 6-0 5-11 6-3 6-2 6-0 6-2

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Wt. 220 210 180 220 220 200 180 185 215 170 215 205 225 220 250 235 210 260 215 230 240 205 230 260 195 150 180 175 180 200 225 235 180 150 240 235 195 235

Hometown Flower Mound, Texas Mantomedi, Minn Stillwater, Minn. Mt. Juliet, Tenn. Plainfield, N.J. Heath, Mass. Miami, Fla. Ashburn, Va. Beaver Falls, N.Y. Diamond Bar, Ca. Chula Vista, Ca. Baltimore, Md. Pawcatuck, Conn. Lexington, Ky. Scarborough, Maine Walpole, Mass. Kingsport, Tenn Virginia Beach, Va. Lebanon Township, N.J. Washingtonville, N.Y. Roanoke, Va. Rocky Hill, S.C. Whitman, Mass. Burlington, Conn. Lincoln, R.I. Flower Mound, Texas Pensacola, Fla. Federal Way, Va. Delran, N.J. Swansboro, N.C. Rochester, Minn. Edmond, Ok. Cypress, Texas Raleigh, N.C. Massena, N.Y. Dillsburg, Pa. Arlington, Texas Sterling Heights, Mich.

2012 GAME-BY-GAME REVIEW GAME #1 MERCHANT MARINE 43, COAST GUARD 37 September 8, 2012 @ New London, Conn. Senior John-Leon Gosselin ran for 146 yards and three touchdowns as Merchant Marine won a shootout 43-37 over Coast Guard to retain the Secetaries' Cup for the second straight season. The Mariners had 396 yards rushing on 74 carries and finished with 521 yards of total offense while Coast Guard had 410 total yards, 273 passing. Gosselin, who ran for 210 yards in the Mariners 35-28 win over Coast Guard in 2011, scored on runs of 34, 1 and 5 yards. In a first quarter which saw each team score 14 points, junior Connor Kennedy opened the scoring with a three-yard run for Merchant Merchant before senior quarterback Jon Resch threw a 20-yard touchdown to sophomore Blake Thompson, it was Thompson's first career touchdown to tie the game 7-7. Resch threw a 15-yard touchdown to sophomore Score By Quarters Collis Brown to give the Merchant Marine 14 9 14 6 -- 43 Bears a 14-7 lead before Coast Guard 14 6 10 7 -- 37 JON senior quarterback Alex Scoring Summary RESCH 1st Quarter Coviello's 14-yard run tied M-Connor Kennedy 3 run (D. Kennedy kick) the game at 14-14. C-Thompson 20 pass from Resch (Henning kick) Coast Guard had a bad C-Brown 15 pass from Resch (Henning kick) snap on a punt that went out M-Coviello 14 run (Kennedy kick) 2nd Quarter of the endzone to give the Mariners a 16-14 lead with 8:06 left in M-team safety the first half and Gosselin's 34-yard touchdown run pushed the M-Gosselin 34 run (Kennedy kick) lead to 23-14 with 5:40 left in the half. C-Meggers 24 pass from Resch (pass failed) 3rd Quarter Resch threw his third touchdown pass of the half, a 24-yard C-Henning 35 FG strike to senior Pat Meggers to close the first half scoring as the M-Colangelo 2 run (Kennedy kick) Bears pulled to within 23-20 with 1:11 left in the half, the PAT C-Wawrzyniak 2 run (Henning kick) was no good because of a bad snap. M-Gosselin 1 run (Kennedy kick) 4th Quarter Coast Guard freshman Tyler Henning made a 35-yard field M-Gosselin 5 run (kick blocked) goal on his first career field goal attempt to tie the game 23-23 C-Brown 5 pass from Resch (Henning kick) with 9:27 left in the third quarter. Merchant Marine junior Mario Colangelo's and Coast Guard sophomore Jake Wawrzyniak each scored on 2-yard runs and the game was again tied at 30-30 with 2:28 left in the third quarter. Gosselin's 1-yard run with 39 seconds left in the third quarter gave the Mariners the lead for good 37-30. He then scored on a 5-yard run with four minutes left in the game and following a blocked extra point the Mariners led 43-30. The Bears responded when Resch threw his fourth touchdown of the day, a 5-yard pass to Brown with 1:57 left in the game. Coast Guard tried the onsides kick and it looked as if the Bears would the ball as senior Dante Adams recovered the ball in Merchant Marine territory, but Coast Guard had touched the ball before it went ten yards. Merchant took over and ran the clock out. Resch was 26 of 49 for 273 yards and four touchdowns and he also ran for 47 yards to finish with 320 yards of total offense while Brown had a career-high nine receptions for 76 yards. Junior Tyler Hames led the Bears with 98 yards rushing on just 11 carries while also registering seven receptions for 59 yards. Coast Guard did not turn the ball over while Merchant Marine lost three fumbles in the game. Coviello carried 17 times for 100 yards and a score before leaving with an injury early in the third quarter. He was 2 of 5 for 45 yards throwing the ball while his backup sophomore Luke Stidham was 2 of 3 for 80 yards including a 56-yard strike to Kennedy which set up Gosselin's 1-yard run in the final seconds of the third quarter. Merchant Marine wore down the Coast Guard defense holding a huge edge in time of possession 38:24 to 21:36.

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2012 GAME-BY-GAME REVIEW GAME #2 COAST GUARD 35, MIT 21 September 15, 2012 @ Cambridge, Mass.

GAME #3 MASS. MARITIME 42, COAST GUARD 38 September 22, 2012 @ Cambridge, Mass.

Sophomore Jake Wawrzyniak made the most of his first career start by carrying 35 times for 143 yards and three touchdowns leading Coast Guard to a 3521 win over MIT. Coast Guard was without head coach Bill George, who was ill. Offensive Coordinator Ray LaForte served as the head coach in his absence. The Bears scored on the opening drive of the second half as Resch made an outstanding play, under JAKE heavy pressure, he WAWRZYNIAK scrambled and threw a 35yard touchdown pass to a wide open Thompson on third and five as the Bears took a 21-14 lead with 9:54 left in the third quarter. MIT answered right away as sophomore Justin Wallace capped a 13 play, 80-yard drive with a 5-yard touchdown run to tie the game with 5:13 left in the third quarter. The Bears took advantage of an MIT penalty on its next possession as Henning missed a 47-yard field goal, but MIT was offsides and on the next play a fourth-and-two, Resch, who lined up as a receiver took a pitch from Thompson and threw a 12-yard completion to sophomore Collis Brown to keep the drive alive. Wawrzyniak scored on a two-yard run with 1:18 left in the third quarter to give the Bears a 28-21 lead capping an 11 play, 71-yard drive. Following an exchange of punts, MIT converted a fourth-and-one on its own 29-yard line, but on the very next play, Wallace fumbled the ball at the Coast Guard 31-yard line and sophomore Kevin Postiglione recovered. Wawrzyniak's 11-yard touchdown scamper, his third of the game, gave the Bears a 35-21 lead with 7:47 left. Resch finished the day 27 of 38 for 262 yards with a pair of touchdowns while Paris (75 yards) and Brown (41 yards) each had six catches to lead the team. Thompson had four receptions for a team-high 80 yards. Coast Guard finished with 448 total yards, 262 passing and 186 rushing while MIT had 320 yards, 169 rushing and 151 passing. Wallace led MIT with 26 carries for 107 yards while Williams was 13 of 26 for 151 yards with a touchdown.

Junior quarterback Mike Stanton set a school-record with 420 passing yards while throwing three touchdowns and junior Stefan Gustafson rushed for 216 yards including a 66-yard run with 9:43 left which gave Mass. Maritime the lead for good as the Buccaneers erased a 28-9 third quarter deficit and beat Coast Guard 42-38. Coast Guard senior quarterback Jon Resch threw for 468 yards with three touchdowns, but he was intercepted four times. He broke his own school record for completions in a game with 35 breaking the mark of 34 and he fell one-yard short of his own school record of 469 passing yards. He finished with 493 yards of total offense and four touchdowns as he also ran for 25 yards and a score. The Bears scored 35 or more points for the third straight week for the first time in the 89-year history of the football program. The game featured 1,297 yards of total offense, 695 by Mass. Maritime and 602 by Coast Guard. The Bucs rushed for 275 and had 420 passing while Coast Guard had 134 rushing yards and 468 passing yards. Senior Pat Meggers had six receptions for a careerhigh 182 yards. Sophomore Jake Wawrzyniak went over the 100-yard mark for the second straight week as he carried 23 times for 108 yards and a score while also catching eight passes for 62 yards. Sophomore Collis Brown led the Bears with ten receptions for 95 yards and a touchdown. The first half featured 611 yards of total offense. Mass. Maritime had 339 yards of offense in the first half, 209 passing while Coast Guard totaled 272 yards, 196 passing. Coast Guard led 28-9 with 12:39 left in the third quarter before the Bucs scored 25 straight points taking a 32-28 lead with 3:26 left in the third quarter. The Bears regained the lead on Resch's two-yard scamper and Henning's extra point gave the Bears a 35-32 lead with eight seconds left in the third quarter. Rodrigues booted a 27-yard field goal with 12:38 left in the game to tie the score 35-35 before Tyler Henning booted a 44-yard field goal, the longest of his young career, with 10:40 left on the next possession as Coast Guard regained the lead 38-35. Just 57 seconds later Gustafson's 66-yard touchdown run with 9:43 left gave Mass. Maritime a 42-38 lead. Coast Guard drove down deep into Mass. Maritime territory looking to take the lead, but Sheridan picked off Resch at the 4-yard line with 5:16 left. JON RESCH

Score By Quarters Coast Guard Mass. Maritime Score By Quarters Coast Guard MIT

14 7

0 7

14 7

7 0

14 9

14 3 -- 38 23 10 -- 42

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter C-Wawrzyniak 4 run (Henning kick) 2nd Quarter M-Rodrigues 26 FG C-Paris 16 pass from Resch (Henning kick) M-Reopell 1 run (pass failed) C-Brown 18 pass from Resch (Henning kick) 3rd Quarter C-Meggers 53 pass from Resch (Henning kick) M-Caruso 18 pass from Stanton (Caruso pass from Stanton) M-Bennett 9 pass from Stanton (Caruso pass from Stanton)

7 -- 35 0 -- 21

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter C-Wawrzyniak 1 run (Henning kick) M-Williams 30 run (McPherson kick) C-Paris 3 pass from Resch (Henning kick) 2nd Quarter M-Ota 21 pass from Williams (McPherson kick) 3rd Quarter C-Thompson 35 pass from Resch (Henning kick) M-Wallace 5 run (McPherson kick) C-Wawrzyniak 2 run (Henning kick) 4th Quarter C-Wawrzyniak 1 run (Henning kick)

M-Bennett 60 pass from Stanton (Rodrigues kick)

C-Resch 2 run (Henning kick) 4th Quarter M-Rodrigues 27 FG C-Henning 44 FG M-Gustafson 66 run (Rodrigues kick)

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2012 GAME-BY-GAME REVIEW GAME #4 COAST GUARD 59, FITCHBURG STATE 0 September 29, 2012 @ New London, Conn.

GAME #5 BRIDGEWATER STATE 44, COAST GUARD 21 October 6, 2012 @ New London, Conn.

Senior wide receiver Pat Meggers had a record setting day as he finished with a school-record 211 receiving yards and a school-record long 96yard touchdown reception as Coast Guard scored touchdowns on six straight second half possessions and shutout PAT Fitchburg State 59-0 to MEGGERS celebrate Homecoming Weekend. Senior quarterback Jon Resch, who is fourth in the nation with 363.7 yards of total offense per game, was 27 of 37 for 391 yards and three touchdowns while also running for a touchdown, all in the third quarter, in the win. He moved into fourth place on Coast Guard all-time yards passing list with 3,449 passing Pete Melnick (1992-'95), who threw for 3,072 yards. Resch gave way to sophomore backup Aaron Corn on the opening drive of the fourth quarter and Corn scored on a 1-yard touchdown, his first collegiate touchdown, with 10:43 left for a 45-0 lead. Corn, who was a perfect 5 for 5 for 36 yards also threw his first collegiate touchdown, a 14-yard strike to sophomore Nick Couture, his first career catch, as the Bears made the score 52-0 with 6:32 left. The Bears special teams made a play on the ensuing kickoff as freshman Mark Behne recovered the fumbled kickoff in the endzone to close the scoring with 6:17 left. The Bears offense finished with 512 yards, 427 passing and 85 rushing while holding Fitchburg State to 246 yards, 169 passing and 77 rushing. Fitchburg entered the game with top pass defense in the NEFC allowing just 97.8 yards per game. Coast Guard, which led just 10-0 at the half, came out in the second half and was unstoppable posting 356 yards of total offense and scoring a touchdown on six straight offensive possessions including four touchdowns in the third quarter. Resch threw three touchdowns in the third including the school-record long 96 yard touchdown breaking the record set in 1998 when Dave Yadrick hit Tom Wallin for 88 yards vs. Mass. Maritime. Wallin also saw his single-game record of 188 receiving yards in that game broken by Meggers this afternoon. Brown led the Bears with 10 receptions for 93 yards and a score. The much maligned Coast Guard defense which was allowing 35.3 points and 512 yards per game was outstanding pitching its first shutout since a 3-0 win over Mass. Maritime in 2007. It was the third largest shutout victory in Coast Guard history. The Bears beat New York Maritime 62-0 in 1985 and Cooper Union 61-0 way back in 1930.

Senior quarterback Caleb Gelsomino threw a pair of touchdown passes and ran for another as Bridgewater State rushed for 306 yards and beat Coast Guard 44-21. Coast Guard, already without starting running back Tyler MIKE Hames, lost a pair of CLANCY running backs to ankle injuries in the opening minutes of the game and rushed for just 10 yards in the loss. Gelosomino was 9 of 15 for 153 yards with a pair of touchdown passes and an interception while also rushing for a score. Junior quarterback Mike McCarthy was 4 of 8 for 35 yards and a touchdown while also leading Bridgewater with 15 carries for 77 yards and a score. McCarthy and Gelosomino both saw action throughout the game under center. Bridgewater finished with 494 yards, 306 rushing and 188 passing. Coast Guard finished the game with 300 total yards, 290 passing. Bridgewater took the lead of good with Gelosomino scoring on a 1-yard run with 22 seconds left in the opening quarter for a 10-7 lead. Bridgewater would score on its next two possessions and led 24-7 at halftime. Bridgewater which wore down the Coast Guard defense with its running game, dominated time of possession 36:23 to 23:27 including 18:58 to 11:02 in the first half. Coast Guard had just 83 yards of total offense in the first half while Bridgewater had 244 total yards, 135 rushing in the opening half. Coast Guard's fourth-string running back Mike Clancy scored his first collegiate touchdown on a 1yard run with 2:36 left in the quarter making the score 31-14. Just over two minutes later, Gelosomino threw a 34-yard touchdown pass to Monahan for a 38-14 lead with 15 seconds left in the third quarter. Bridgewater's final touchdown came on a crazy play when sophomore running back Matt Lockwood ran 34 yards and fumbled but Green recovered and raced 15 yards for the score and a 44-14 lead with 8:38 left in the game. Clancy caught a 22-yard touchdown from Resch with 4:56 left to close the scoring. Resch was 29 of 45 for 290 yards with two touchdowns and three interceptions. Meggers had 11 receptions for 99 yards and a score while Clancy had nine catches for 55 yards.

Score By Quarters Fitchburg State Coast Guard

Score By Quarters Bridgewater State Coast Guard 0 10

0 0

0 28

0 -- 0 21 -- 59

10 7

14 0

14 7

6 7

-- 44 -- 21

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter B-Diorio 40 FG C-Meggers 3 pass from Resch (Henning kick) B-Gelsomino 1 run (Diorio kick) 2nd Quarter B-McCarthy 2 run (Diorio kick) B-Green 35 pass from Gelsosimo (Diorio kick) 3rd Quarter B-Monahan 14 pass from McCarthy (Diorio kick) C-Clancy 1 run (Henning kick) B-Mohahan 34 pass from Gelsomino (Diorio kick) 4th Quarter B-Green 15 run (kick failed) C-Clancy 22 pass from Resch (Henning kick)

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter C-Wawrzyniak 2 run (Henning kick) C-Henning 25 FG 3rd Quarter C-Brown 15 pass from Resch (Henning kick) C-Resch 1 run (Henning kick) C-Meggers 9 pass from Resch (Henning kick) C-Meggers 96 pass from Resch (Henning kick) 4th Quarter C-Corn 1 run (Henning kick) C-Couture 14 pass from Corn (Henning kick) C-Behne rec. fumble in endzone (Henning kick)

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2012 GAME-BY-GAME REVIEW GAME #6

GAME #7

COAST GUARD 31, WESTFIELD STATE 27

COAST GUARD 31, WORCESTER STATE 28 (OT)

October 13, 2012 @ Westfield, Mass.

October 20, 2012 @ Worcester, Mass.

Senior quarterback Jon Resch threw a 30yard touchdown pass to senior tight end Casey Paris with 2:40 left leading Coast Guard to a 31-27 win over Westfield State. Resch was 24 of 42 for 210 yards with two touchdowns and three interceptions while Paris, celebrated his CASEY birthday by leading the PA R I S Bears with eight receptions for 106 yards and the touchdown. Sophomore Jake Wawrzyniak, who was injured on the opening series last week, was cleared to play on Saturday morning and led the Bears with 32 carries for 108 yards and a pair of touchdown while also adding six receptions for 28 yards in the win. Coast Guard finished with 381 yards of total offense, 238 passing while Westfield had 257 total yards, 166 passing. The Owls opened a 21-10 lead just 19 seconds into the third quarter before the Coast Guard defense got the Bears back in the game as following a punt, junior Evan Rothfeld returned an interception 44 yards to the Westfield 30-yard line and on the first play, Resch threw a 30-yard touchdown pass to junior wide receiver Nick Fredericksen with 10:08 left in the third quarter to cut the deficit to 21-17. It was Fredericksen's first career touchdown. The Bears defense got the ball back again as sophomore Aaron Black forced a fumble and senior John Manganiello recovered at the Westfield 45-yard line. Coast Guard used a trick play, a 28-yard pass from sophomore Collis Brown to Fredericksen and a late hit on the play gave the Bears a first-and-goal. Wawrzyniak capped the drive with a 3-yard touchdown as the Bears regained the lead 24-21 with 6:52 left in the third quarter. Senior Dante Adams had and interception in the end zone with 12:30 left as Coast Guard maintained the lead. Trainque's five-yard touchdown with 7:44 left in the game gave the Owls a 27-24 lead. Resch then led the Bears on a 12-play, 72-yard drive capped on a 24-yard touchdown pass to senior tight end Casey Paris with 2:40 left. Resch converted three straight third downs including a third-and-nine on the eventual game winner to Paris.

Freshman Tyler Henning kicked a 27yard field goal in overtime as Coast Guard beat Worcester State 3128. Worcester State junior Derek Muccini missed a TYLER 35-yard field goal on the HENNING Lancers overtime possession before Henning's winning kick. It was Coast Guard's first win in overtime since 1997 when the Bears won a pair of overtime games beating RPI 22-16 and Springfield 2620. The Bears were 0-4 in OT since then with two losses in OT and two more in double overtime. The Bears, who had a streak of seven straight losses in games decided by seven points or less, dating back to last season, won a pair of close games in backto-back weeks. Coast Guard senior quarterback Jon Resch ran for three touchdowns including a 5-yard run with 33 seconds left in regulation to tie the game 28-28. Resch was 17 of 35 for 306 yards while also throwing for a touchdown. Resch set the single-season school records for yards (2,200) and completions (185) in the win. He also eclipsed the 4,000 yard mark for his career and now has 4,255 passing yards. Senior Pat Meggers led the Bears with six receptions for 135 yards and a touchdown as Coast Guard finished with 405 total yards. Worcester State senior quarterback Corey Spencer was 37 of 59 for 416 yards with three touchdowns and a pair of interceptions while junior AJ Scerra was outstanding with a school-record 17 receptions for 184 yards and a touchdown as the Lancers finished with 524 yards. The Bears tied the game by going 81 yards in just 1:55 as Resch scored a 5-yard touchdown run, his third rushing touchdown of the game, to tie the game 28-28 with 33 seconds left. Resch hit senior tight end Casey Paris with a 27-yard pass down to the 5-yard line to set up the tying touchdown. Coast Guard head coach Bill George won his 45th game at Coast Guard tying Nels Nitchman (1946-'58) for second all-time at the Academy. Score By Quarters Coast Guard Worcester State

Score By Quarters Coast Guard Westfield State

3 7 0 14

14 7

7 6

-- 31 -- 27

7 0

7 7

7 7 3 -- 31 7 14 0 -- 28

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter C-Meggers 45 pass from Resch (Henning kick) 2nd Quarter C-Resch 4 run (Henning kick) W-Dube 5 pass from Spencer (Muccini kick) 3rd Quarter W-Dube 5 pass from Spencer (Muccini kick) C-Resch 1 run (Henning kick) 4th Quarter W-Scerra 4 pass from Spencer (kick failed) W-Taylor 1 run (Scerra pass from Spencer) C-Resch 5 run (Henning kick) OT C-Henning 27 FG

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter C-Henning 25 FG 2nd Quarter W-Mercadante 2 pass from Washburn (Startzell kick) C-Wawrzyniak 1 run (Henning kick) W-Buanno 90 kick return (Startzell kick) 3rd Quarter W-Buanno 13 run (Startzell kick) C-Fredericksen 30 pass from Resch (Henning kick) C-Wawrzyniak 3 run (Henning kick) 4th Quarter W-Trainque 5 run (kick blocked) C-Paris 24 pass from Resch (Henning kick)

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2012 GAME-BY-GAME REVIEW GAME #8

GAME #9

FRAMINGHAM STATE 39, COAST GUARD 3

COAST GUARD 42, MAINE MARITIME 13

October 27, 2012 @ New London, Conn.

November 3, 2012 @ New London, Conn.

Junior running back Melikke Van Alstyne eclipsed the 4,000 rushing yard mark for his career as he rushed for 126 yards and a touchdown as Framingham State wrapped up its second straight New England Football Conference (NEFC) Bogan Division championship with a 39-3 win over Coast Guard. Coast Guard senior quarterback Jon Resch, who was 10th nationally with PAT 337.3 yards of total offense per game and led the NEFC MEGGERS with 314.3 passing yards per game, was knocked out of the game with a concussion on the Bears first possession of the second quarter. He finished 7 of 14 for 79 yards in the loss. Coast Guard actually scored first, a 35-yard field goal by freshman Tyler Henning on the Bears first possession of the game for a 3-0 lead with 10:47 left in the first quarter. Van Alstyne, who finished the game with 4,045 career rushing yards, gave the Rams the lead for good on a 22-yard touchdown run with 6:58 left in the first quarter. Framingham, which led 23-3 at halftime, had 278 of its 485 yards in the first half while Coast Guard finished with 163 total yards, 109 in the first half. The Rams finished with 211 yards passing and 274 yards rushing while Coast Guard had 160 passing yards and just three yards rushing. Coast Guard junior backup quarterback Aaron Corn (6 of 12, 26 yards, 1 INT) was sacked in the endzone on the second possession of the second half pushing the lead to 25-3 with 11:14 left in the quarter. Junior Kevin Donahue picked off Corn and returned it 25 yards for a touchdown pushing the lead to 32-3 with 7:35 left in the third. The Rams closed the scoring on 16-yard pass from Silva to senior Alex Avery with 1:15 left in the third. Silva was 19 of 30 for 191 yards with two touchdowns and one interception for the Rams. Sophomore Jake Wawrzyniak had 11 carries for 40 yards to lead the Bears on the ground while thirdstring quarterback freshman Troy Nunes was 7 of 14 for 26 yards with one interception in his collegiate debut. Freshman Drew Londo, the Bears fourth quarterback of the game, was 3 for 4 for 29 yards in his first collegiate action. Senior Pat Meggers went over the 1,000 yard mark for receiving yards in his career as he had four catches for 44 yards to finish the game with 1,038 yards.

Senior quarterback Jon Resch closed his record setting career by tying his own school-record with six touchdown passes in just over three quarters as Coast Guard beat Maine Maritime 42-13. Resch broke three records in the game and tied another. With his six touchdown passes he set the single season schoolrecord with 23 and the Coast Guard career mark with 38 touchdown passes. He also became the Bears JON all-time leading in passing RESCH yards as he finished his career with 4,569 yards. He left as the Bears all-time leader with 4,883 yards of total offense after finishing with a school-record 2,675 this season. The senior signal caller tied his own school-record of six touchdown passes set when he came off the bench during his freshman season and threw for a schoolrecord 469 yards and six touchdowns in a 76-49 home loss to Maine Maritime. Paris put his name in the record books as well as he caught his school-record tying third touchdown of the game, a 28-yard pass, with 14:07 left in the game for a 42-0 lead. Resch would come back on the first for the Bears next possession and leave to a standing ovation after the first play. He was 23 of 36 for 235 yards with six touchdown passes. Freshman kicker Tyler Henning made all six extra points and finished the season a perfect 39-for-39 on extra points. Coast Guard finished with 439 yards of total offense to break the school-record for most offensive yards in a season. The Bears had 3,661 yards this season breaking the mark of 3,549 set in 2007. The Bears had 270 passing yards and 169 rushing yards as sophomore Jake Wawrzyniak led the way with nine carries for 66 yards. Paris had a team-high seven receptions for 79 yards as 11 different players recorded receptions in the win for Coast Guard. Maine Maritime junior fullback Billy Wetherbee, who led the Mariners with 17 carries for 153 yards scored both Mariner touchdowns in the fourth quarter. He got the team on the board with a 7-yard run before breaking a 65-yard touchdown run with 4:58 left to close the scoring. Freshman quarterback Michael Fahey carried 30 times for 122 yards as the Mariners finished with 360 total yards, 307 rushing and 53 passing. Senior linebacker Parker Bateson had a career-high 16 tackles, 10 solo, four for loss, one sack and a pair of fumble recoveries in the final game of his career for Coast Guard.

Score By Quarters Framingham State Coast Guard

13 3

10 0

16 0

0 0

Score By Quarters Maine Maritime Coast Guard

-- 39 -- 3

0 14

0 14

0 7

13 -- 13 7 -- 42

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter C-Paris 17 pass from Resch (Henning kick) C-Paris 3 pass from Resch (Henning kick) 2nd Quarter C-Meggers 6 pass from Resch (Henning kick) C-Baisden 1 pass from Resch (Henning kick) 3rd Quarter C-Stephens 13 pass from Resch (Henning kick) 4th Quarter C-Paris 28 pass from Resch (Henning kick) M-Wetherbee 7 run (kick blocked) M-Wetherbee 65 run (Alsbrooks kick)

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter C-Henning 31 FG F-Van Alstyne 22 run (Clain kick) F-Mangano 3 run (kick blocked) 2nd Quarter F-Kelleher 11 pass from Silva (Clain kick) F-Clain 28 FG 3rd Quarter F-Team safety F-Donahue 25 interception return (Clain kick) F-Avery 16 pass from Silva (Clain kick)

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2013 OPPONENTS ST. LAWRENCE

MERCHANT MARINE

September 7, 2013 @ Canton, N.Y. Noon

September 14, 2013 @ Kings Point, N.Y. 2:30 p.m. (Secretaries’ Cup)

Location: Kings Point, N.Y. Enrollment: 1,000 Nickname: Mariners Colors: Royal Blue & Gray Home Field: Captain Tomb Field (5,000) Superintendent: RADM James A. Helis Athletic Director: Susan Petersen Lubow SID: Shaun Ihasz SID Phone: (516) 726-5609 SID Email: ihaszs@usmma.edu Head Coach: Mike Toop (Kings Point, ‘77) Coach’s Record: (26-54) 9th season Starters Returning/Lost: 15/7

Location: Canton, N.Y. Enrollment: 2,488 Nickname: Saints Colors: Scarlet and Brown Home Field: Leconby Stadium (1,500) President: Dr. William L. Fox Athletic Director: Margie Strait SID: Joe Keniston SID Phone: (315) 229-5986 SID Email: jkenisto@stlawu.edu Head Coach: Mark Raymond (4th season) Coach’s Record: (8-22) 4th season Starters Returning/Lost: 17/5

SERIES INFORMATION

SERIES INFORMATION First Game: 2004 (St. Lawrence 34-33) Series Record: St. Lawrence leads 2-0 Last St. Lawrence Win: 2005, 21-7 Biggest Merchant Marine Win: 2005, 21-7 Most Points in a Game: 67, (2004, SL 34-33) Least Points in a Game: 28, (2005, SL 21-7) Current Streak: St. Lawrence was won two straight

First Game: 1949 (CGA 21-14) Series Record: Merchant Marine leads 28-13 Last CGA Win: 2010, 10-8 Last Merchant Marine Win: 2012, 43-37 Biggest CGA Win: 1988, 35-7 Biggest Merchant Marine Win: 1992, 42-0 Most Points in a Game: 80, (2012, MMA 43-37) Least Points in a Game: 10, (2001, KP 7-3) Current Streak: Merchant Marine was won two straight

2013 SCHEDULE

2013 SCHEDULE

SEPTEMBER 7 Coast Guard 14 @ Norwich 21 @ Morrisville State 28 @ Union OCTOBER 5 Rochester 12 RPI 26 @ Springfield NOVEMBER 2 WPI 9 @ Hobart 16 Merchant Marine

SEPTEMBER 7 Susquehanna 14 Coast Guard 21 @ N.Y. Maritime 28 Hobart OCTOBER 5 @ RPI 12 @ Rochester 19 Springfield 26 @ WPI NOVEMBER 9 Union 16 @ St. Lawrence

noon 1:30 2:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:30 1:00 noon 1:00

2012 RESULTS (0-10) SEPTEMBER 1 @ Utica 8 Norwich 15 Alfred 22 Union 29 RPI OCTOBER 6 Rochester 13 @ Springfield 20 WPI NOVEMBER 3 @ Union 10 @ Merchant Marine

2:30 2:30 2:00 2:00 1:00 1:00 4:00 3:00 noon 1:00

2012 RESULTS (5-5) SEPTEMBER 1 @ Susquehanna 8 @ Coast Guard 15 N.Y. Maritime 22 @ Hobart 29 RPI OCTOBER 6 Rochester 13 @ Springfield 20 WPI NOVEMBER 3 @ Union 10 St. Lawrence

L 7-40 L 7-20 L 7-28 L 20-31 L 20-30 L 26-47 L 20-33 L 17-36 L 14-34 L 12-33

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L 21-37 W 43-37 W 19-14 L 21-42 W 34-31 L 26-44 L 13-66 W 28-13 L 7-51 W 33-12

2013 OPPONENTS HAMPDEN-SYDNEY

NICHOLS

September 21, 2013 @ New London, Conn. 1:00 p.m.

September 28, 2013 @ New London, Conn. 1:30 p.m. (Parents’ Weekend)

Location: Hampden-Sydney, Va. Enrollment: 1,120 Nickname: Tigers Colors: Garnet and Gray Home Field: Everett Stadium (1,850) President: Dr. Christopher B. Howward Athletic Director: Richard Epperson SID: Davis Yake SID Phone: (434) 223-6156 SID Email: dyake@hsc.edu Head Coach: Marty Favret (Catholic ‘84) Coach’s Record: 95-39 (14th season) Starters Returning/Lost: 12/10

Location: Dudley, Mass. Enrollment: 1,069 Nickname: Bison Colors: Green and White Home Field: Vendetti Field (1,500) President: Susan West Engelkemeyer Athletic Director: Charlyn Robert SID: Pete DiVito SID Phone: (508) 213-2352 SID Email: petedivito@nichols.edu Head Coach: Kevin Loney (Dickinson ‘99) Coach’s Record: 1-19 (3rd season) Starters Returning/Lost: 13/9

SERIES INFORMATION

SERIES INFORMATION

This is the first meeting

This is the first meeting

2013 SCHEDULE

2013 SCHEDULE

SEPTEMBER 7 Averett 14 @ Christopher Newport 21 @ Coast Guard OCTOBER 5 Catholic 12 Bridgewater (Va.) 19 @ Emory & Henry 26 Shenandoah NOVEMBER 2 @ Guilford 9 Washington & Lee 16 @ Randolph-Macon

SEPTEMBER 6 Westfield State 13 Western Connecticut 28 @ Coast Guard OCTOBER 5 Salve Regina 12 Endicott 18 @ MIT 26 @ Maine Maritime NOVEMBER 9 @ Curry 16 Western New England

1:00 7:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00

2012 RESULTS (6-4) SEPTEMBER 1 @ Averett 8 Christopher Newport 22 Huntingdon 29 @ Catholic OCTOBER 6 @ Bridgewater (Va.) 13 Emory & Henry 20 @ Shenandoah 27 Guilford NOVEMBER 3 @ Washington & Lee 10 Randolph-Macon

7:00 7:00 1:30 1:00 1:00 7:00 noon 1:00 1:00

2012 RESULTS (1-9, 1-6) SEPTEMBER 1 @ Westfield State L 18-41 7 Framingham State L 6-34 14 Mass. Maritime L 13-41 22 Western New England L 20-44 29 @ Plymouth State L 14-20 OCTOBER 6 @ Endicott L 7-56 13 UMass-Dartmouth W 26-16 20 @ Curry L 24-34 27 MIT L 27-34 NOVEMBER 3 @ Salve Regina L 7-45

W 20-6 W 42-20 L 21-24 L 28-41 W 24-7 W 47-17 W 42-21 W 68-24 L 42-45 L 31-41

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2013 OPPONENTS CURRY

WESTERN NEW ENGLAND October 5, 2013 @ New London, Conn. 1:30 p.m.

October 12, 2013 @ Milton, Mass. 1:00 p.m.

Location: Springfield, Mass. Enrollment: 3,770 Nickname: Golden Bears Colors: Royal Blue & Gold Home Field: Golden Bear Stadium (1,500) President: Dr. Anthony S. Caprio Athletic Director: Mike Theulen SID: Patrick Stewart SID Phone: (413) 782-1227 SID Email: patrick.stewart@wne.edu Head Coach: Keith Emery (Dickinson ‘94) Coach’s Record: 45-36 (9th season) Starters Returning/Lost: 14/8

Location: Milton, Mass. Enrollment: 2,000 Nickname: Colonels Colors: Purple & White Home Field: Walter M. Katz Field (1,600) President: Kenneth K. Quigley, Jr. Athletic Director: Vinnie Eruzione SID: Ken Golner SID Phone: (617) 333-2324 SID Email: kgolner@curry.edu Head Coach: Skip Bandini (Mass. Maritime ‘81) Coach’s Record: 58-20 (8th season) Starters Returning/Lost: 17/5

SERIES INFORMATION

SERIES INFORMATION

This is the first meeting

First Game: 2006 (Curry 34-28) Series Record: Curry leads 4-0 Last Curry Win: 2011, 44-21 Biggest Curry Win: 2010, 35-0 Most Points in a Game: 62, (2006, Curry 34-28) Least Points in a Game: 17, (2007, Curry 10-7) Current Streak: Curry has won four straight

2013 SCHEDULE

2013 SCHEDULE SEPTEMBER 7 Springfield 13 @ Westfield State 28 Maine Maritime OCTOBER 5 12 19 26 NOVEMBER 2 9 16

SEPTEMBER 6 @ WPI 14 Fitchburg State 27 Endicott OCTOBER 5 @ MIT 12 Coast Guard 18 Salve Regina NOVEMBER 2 @ Western New England 9 Nichols 16 @ Maine Maritime

1:00 7:00 1:00

@ Coast Guard @ Salve Regina Union MIT

1:30 1:00 1:00 1:00

Curry @ Endicott @ Nichols

1:00 5:00 1:00

noon 1:00 7:00 1:00 1:00 noon

2012 RESULTS (6-4, 6-2)

2012 RESULTS (6-4, 4-3) SEPTEMBER 1 @ Norwich 8 Westfield State 15 Worcester State 22 @ Nichols 29 Salve Regina OCTOBER 6 @ Curry 13 MIT 20 @ Plymouth State 27 @ Endicott NOVEMBER 3 UMass-Dartmouth

7:00 1:00 7:00

SEPTEMBER 1 WPI 8 @ Fitchburg State 15 Westfield State 22 MIT 29 @ Endicott OCTOBER 6 Western New England 13 @ Salve Regina 20 Nichols 27 @ UMass-Dartmouth NOVEMBER 3 @ Plymouth State

L 24-26 W 35-10 W 50-14 W 44-20 L 0-43 L 32-35 W 36-14 W 23-3 L 45-50 W 38-12

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L 7-17 L 7-17 W 34-27 W 31-28 L 28-33 W 35-32 L 33-37 W 34-24 W 33-14 W 27-19

2013 OPPONENTS ENDICOTT

MAINE MARITIME

October 26, 2013 @ Beverly, Mass. 1:00 p.m.

October 19, 2013 @ New London, Conn. 1:30 p.m. (Homecoming)

Location: Castine, Maine Enrollment:850 Nickname: Mariners Colors: Royal Blue and Gold Home Field: Ritchie Field (1,500) President: Dr. Bill Brennan Athletic Director: Steve Peed SID: Matt Blymier SID Phone: (207) 326-9712 SID Email: matthew.blymier@mma.edu Head Coach: Chris McKenney (Springfield ‘84) Coach’s Record: 53-62 (13th season) Starters Returning/Lost: 12/10

Location: Beverly, Mass. Enrollment: 2,355 Nickname: Gulls Color: Blue & Green Home Field: Endicott Stadium (3,000) President: Dr. Richard E. Wylie Athletic Director: Bryan Wylie SID: Rob Palardy SID Phone: (978) 232-2305 SID Email: rpalardy@endicott.edu Head Coach: J.B. Wells (Trinity, ‘91) Coach’s Record: 62-40 (11th season) Starters Returning/Lost: 13/9

SERIES INFORMATION

SERIES INFORMATION

First Game: 1970 (Coast Guard 29-12) Series Record: Coast Guard leads 6-4 Last CGA Win: 2012, 42-13 Last Maine Maritime Win: 2010, 63-47 Biggest CGA Win: 2011, 52-15 Biggest Maine Maritime Win: 2009, 76-49 Most Points in a Game: 125, (2009, Maine 76-49) Least Points in a Game: 3, (2006, CGA 3-0) Current Streak: Coast Guard has won two straight

This is the first meeting

2013 SCHEDULE SEPTEMBER 14 Anna Maria 21 Mass. Maritime 28 @ Western New England OCTOBER 5 @ Endicott 19 @ Coast Guard 26 Nichols NOVEMBER 2 Salve Regina 9 @ MIT 16 Curry

2013 SCHEDULE SEPTEMBER 6 Framingham State 13 @ Castleton State 20 Kean 27 @ Curry OCTOBER 5 Maine Maritime 12 @ Nichols 26 Coast Guard NOVEMBER 2 @ MIT 9 Western New England 16 Salve Regina

noon 1:00 1:00 noon 1:30 noon noon 1:00 noon

2012 RESULTS (0-9, 0-6) SEPTEMBER 8 @ Anna Maria 15 Plymouth State 22 @ Fitchburg State 29 Worcester State OCTOBER 6 Westfield State 13 @ Framingham State 20 Mass. Maritime 27 @ Bridgewater State NOVEMBER 3 @ Coast Guard

1:00 1:00 1:00 7:00 noon 1:00 1:00 noon 5:00 1:00

2012 RESULTS (9-2, 6-1) SEPTEMBER 1 @ Framingham State 8 Castleton State 15 @ Bridgewater State 22 @ Salve Regina 29 Curry OCTOBER 6 Nichols 13 @ Plymouth State 20 @ UMass-Dartmouth 27 Western New England NOVEMBER 3 MIT 17 Norwich

L 14-34 L 7-13 L 14-34 L 34-47 L 13-63 L 0-56 L 23-42 L 21-48 L 13-42

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W 34-7 W 66-14 L 14-20 L 24-41 W 33-28 W 56-7 W 27-10 W 61-15 W 50-45 W 49-14 W 34-14

2013 OPPONENTS MIT

SALVE REGINA November 9, 2013 @ Newport, R.I. Noon

November 16, 2013 @ New London, Conn. 1:00 p.m.

Location: Cambridge, Mass. Enrollment: 4,503 Nickname: Engineeers Colors: Cardinal and Gray Home Field: Steinbrenner Stadium (1,600) President: L. Rafael Reif Athletic Director: Julie Soriero SID: Phil Hess SID Phone: (617) 258-5265 SID Email: pghess@mit.edu Head Coach: Chad Martinovich Coach’s Record: 9-27 (5th season) Starters Returning/Lost: 20/2

Location: Newport, R.I. Enrollment: 1,931 Nickname: Seahawks Colors: Blue, Green, White Home Field: Gaudet Field (1,500) President: Athletic Director: Colin Sullivan SID: Ed Habershaw SID Phone: (401) 341-2271 SID email: habershe@salve.edu Head Coach: Kevin Gilmartin (Williams, ‘94) Coach’s Record: 0-0 (1st season) Starters Returning/Lost: 10/12

SERIES INFORMATION

SERIES INFORMATION

First Game: 2000 (Salve Regina 36-6) Series Record: Salve Regina leads 2-0 Last Salve Regina Win: 2001, 17-14 Biggest Salve Regina Win: 2000, 36-6 Most Points in a Game: 42, 2000, (Salve 36-6) Least Points in a Game: 31, 2001, (Salve 17-14) Current Streak: Salve Regina has won two straight

First Game: 2012 (Coast Guard 35-21) Series Record: Coast Guard leads 1-0 Last Coast Guard Win: 2012, 35-21 Current Streak: Coast Guard has won one

2013 SCHEDULE

2013 SCHEDULE

SEPTEMBER 7 Bridgewater State 14 @ Montclair State 28 MIT OCTOBER 5 @ Nichols 12 Western New England 18 @ Curry NOVEMBER 2 @ Maine Maritime 9 Coast Guard 16 @ Endicott

SEPTEMBER 7 @ Pomona-Pitzer 14 @ Becker 28 @ Salve Regina OCTOBER 5 Curry 18 Nichols 26 @ Western New England NOVEMBER 2 Endicott 9 Maine Maritime 16 @ Coast Guard

noon noon 1:00 1:00 noon 7:00 noon noon 1:00

2012 RESULTS (9-2, 7-1) SEPTEMBER 1 @ Union 8 Montclair State 15 @ Fitchburg State 22 Endicott 29 Western New England OCTOBER 6 @ UMass-Dartmouth 13 Curry 19 @ MIT 27 Plymouth State NOVEMBER 3 Nichols 10 @ Framingham St. (NEFC)

4:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 7:00 1:00 5:00 1:00 1:00

2012 RESULTS (5-4, 4-4) SEPTEMBER 8 Becker 15 Coast Guard 22 @ Curry 29 UMass Dartmouth OCTOBER 6 Plymouth State 13 @ Western N.E. 20 Salve Regina 27 @ Nichols NOVEMBER 3 @ Endicott

W 17-14 W 16-7 W 34-7 W 41-24 W 43-0 W 57-21 W 37-33 L 19-20 W 31-0 W 45-7 L 16-28

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W 28-21 L 21-35 L 28-31 W 28-27 W 28-7 L 14-36 W 20-19 W 34-27 L 14-49

ALL-TIME ALL-TIME COAST COAST GUARD ACADEMY ACADEMY RECORDS RECORDS INDIVIDUAL PASSING Most Yards, Game: Most Yards, Season: Most Yards, Career: Passes Attempted, Game: Passes Attempted, Season: Passes Attempted, Career: Passes Completed, Game: Passes Completed, Season: Passes Completed, Career: Touchdown Passes, Game: Touchdown Passes, Season: Touchdown Passes, Career:

TEAM DEFENSIVE RECORDS Yards Rushing, Game: Yards Rushing, Season: Yards Passing, Game:

469, Jon Resch vs. Maine Maritime, 2009 2,514, Jon Resch, 2012 4,569, Jon Resch, 2009-12 67*, Kurt Cox vs WPI, 1984 360, Jon Resch, 2012 849, Cory Anderson, 2002-05 35, Jon Resch vs. MIT, 2012 215, Jon Resch, 2012 425, Cory Anderson, 2002-05 6, Jon Resch vs. Maine Maritime, 2012 6, Jon Resch vs. Maine Maritime, 2009 23, Jon Resch, 2012 38, Jon Resch, 2009-12

Yards Passing, Season: Total Yards, Game: Avg. Total Yards, Season: Interceptions, Game: Interceptions, Season: First Downs, Game: First Downs, Season: Avg. points Per Game, Season: Fumbles Recovered, Game: Fumble Recovered, Season: QB Sacks, Game:

INDIVIDUAL RECEIVING Passes Caught, Game: 15, Eric Gerken vs. Curry, 2011 Passes Caught, Season: 70, Eric Gerken, 2011 Passes Caught, Career: 159, Sam England, 2006-09 Yards, Game: 211, Pat Meggers vs. Fitchburg State, 2012 Yards, Season: 938, Christian Lee, 1996 Yards, Career: 2,356, Christian Lee, 1993-96 TD Passes Caught, Game: 3, Casey Paris vs. Maine Maritime, 2012 Steve Arguelles vs. Maine Maritime, 2008 Ed Richard vs Buffalo, 1977; Alex Simonka vs. Seton Hall, 1978; Jesse Morton vs. WPI, 1993 Al Thompson vs. Plymouth State, 1996 TD Passes Caught, Season: 9, Al Thompson, 1996 & 1997 TD Passes Caught, Career: 24, Al Thompson, 1994-1997

QB Sacks, Season: TEAM OFFENSIVE RECORDS Most Passing Yards, Game: Most Passing Yards, Season: Most Passes Attempted, Game: Most Passes Attempted, Season: Most Passes Completed, Game: Most Passes Completed, Season: Most TD Passes, Game: Most TD Passes, Season: Most Rushing Yards, Game: Most Rushing Yards, Season: Most Total Offense Yards, Game: Most Total Offense Yards, Season: Most First Downs, Game: Most First Downs, Season: Most Points Scored, Game:

INDIVIDUAL RUSHING Most Yards, Game: 277, Jon Tillman vs. WPI, 2003 Most Yards, Season: 1,369, James Jones, 1996 Most Yards Per Game, Season: 138.8, Jon Tillman, 2003 Most Yards, Career: 3,380, James Jones, 1993-96 Rushes, Game: 42, James Jones vs. Kings Point, 1996 Rushes, Season: 319, James Jones, 1996 Rushes, Career: 833, James Jones, 1993-96 TDs Rushing, Game: #6, John Thompson vs. Middlebury, 1941 TDs Rushing, Season: 22, James Jones, 1996 TDs Rushing, Career: 38, James Jones, 1993-96 TOTAL OFFENSE Most Yards, Game: Most Yards, Season: Most Yards, Career: Most Points, Season: Most Points, Career:

Most Points Scored, Season: Most Return Yards, Game:

-112, 1989 vs. Wesleyan 652, 1989 0, 1977, vs Kings Point; 1982 vs. Hofstra 994, 1974 51, 1977 vs.Western Conn. 224.5, 1988 7, 1985 vs. RPI; 1975 vs. RPI 24, 1973 3, 1977 vs. Western Conn. 131, (13.1 per game) 1988 5.25, 1963 6, 1984 vs. Marist 27, 1980 13, 1989 vs. Wesleyan, 1977 vs. Trinity 47, 1973

482, 2009 vs. Maine Maritime 2,694, 2012 67*, 1984 vs. WPI 436*, 1984 36, 2009 vs. Maine Maritime 239, 2012 7, 1985 24, 2012 463, 1988 vs. WPI 3,414, 1988 684, 2007 vs. Fitchburg State 3,661, 2012 32, 2007 vs. Fitchburg State 197, 2007 62, 2004 vs. Mass. Maritime 1985 vs. N.Y. Maritime 345, 1996 203, 1990 vs. USMMA

KICKING Most PAT’s, Game:

8, Tyler Henning vs. Fitchburg State, 2012 8, Rob Tarantino vs. NY Maritime, 1985 Most PAT’s, Season: 46, Steve Deveau, 1996 Most PAT’s, Career: 87, David Lieberman, 2004-07 Most Field Goals, Game: 4, Steve Ciccalone vs. Trinity, 1971 Most Field Goals, Season: 12, David Lieberman, 2007 12, Jaime Roth, 1988 28, Jacob Shackleford, 2008 - 2011 Most Field Goals, Career: Best Punting Average, Game: 57, John Thompson vs. AIC, 1939 Best Punting Average, Season: 44.3, John Thompson, 1939

504, Jeff Hagan vs Trinity, 1985 2,675, Jon Resch, 2012 4,883, Jon Resch, 2009-12 132, James Jones, 1996 228, James Jones, 1993-96

INDIVIDUAL DEFENSIVE RECORDS Interceptions, Game: 4, Ron Davies vs Norwich, 1989; Kip Whiteman vs RPI,1989; Tom Vorholt vs RPI, 1975; Bob Rzemieniwski vs RPI, 1972; Rick Cueroni vs RPI, 1952 Interceptions, Season 11, Steve Arguelles, 2006; Ron Davies, 1989; Bill Bryant, 1973 Interceptions, Career: 21, Ron Davies 1987-90 Int’s Ret. for TD, Season: 2, Ron Davies,1990 Interception Yards, Season: 260, Bill Bryant,1973 Consec. Games with an Int.: 7, Ron Davies, 1989-90 Punt Return Yards, Game: 167, Eric Gerken vs. Fitchburg St., 2010 Tackles & Assists, Game: 32, Rich Heppenstall, 1992 Tackles & Assists, Season: 160, Rich Heppenstall, 1992 Tackles & Assists, Career: 388, Mike Gardner, 1974-78 QB Sacks, Game: 5, Gary Tomasulo vs Wesleyan; 5, Steve Ziomek vs. Colby QB Sacks, Season: 16, Steve Ziomek, 1971

LONGEST PLAYS Longest Pass: 96 yds., Jon Resch to Pat Meggers vs. Fitchburg St., 2012 Longest Rush: 97 yds., Scott Huerter vs Norwich, 1988 Longest Punt: 81 yds., Jesse Harms vs. Norwich, 2005 John Thompson vs. AIC, 1939 Longest FG: 50 yds., Phil Heyl vs. WPI 1974 Longest Interception Return: 95 yds., Tom Hawkins vs. RPI, 1947 Longest Interception Return for TD: 95 yds., Tom Hawkins vs RPI, 1947 Longest Kickoff Return: 97 yds., Justin Andrews vs. WPI (no TD), 2004 97 yds., Marcus Canady vs WPI, 1999 Longest Kick Return for TD: 97 yds., Canady vs WPI, 1999 Longest Punt Return: 90 yds., Bob Cross vs RPI, 1968 Longest Punt return for TD: 90 yds., Bob Cross vs RPI, 1968 * New England College Division Record # Ties New England College Division Record

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2005 2012 FINAL FINALSTATISTICS STATISTICS RUSHING

Att.

Jacob Wawrzyniak 127 Tyler Hames 35 Jon Resch 66 Mike Clancy 30 Matt Monteilh 7 Blake Thompson 4 Troy Nunes 6 Collis Brown 2 Jordan Groff 1 Banning Lobmeyer 1 Drew Londo 1 Aaron Corn 6 TEAM 3

+

-

552 203 290 104 25 19 27 17 8 0 0 1 0

36 17 129 13 4 0 0 1 0 0 9 21 40

TD Avg. 8 0 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

4.1 5.3 2.4 3.0 3.0 4.8 3.0 8.0 8.0 0.0 -9.0 -3.3 -13.3

516 186 161 91 21 19 18 16 8 0 -9 -20 -40

RECEIVING No. Collis Brown 53 Casey Paris 43 Pat Meggers 42 Jacob Wawrzyniak 27 Nick Frederickson 16 Blake Thompson 13 Tyler Hames 11 Mike Clancy 11 Ethan Baisden 6 Alex Oswald 5 Matt Monteilh 4 Todd Stephens 3 Gordy Holloway 2 Jordan Groff 1 Nick Couture 1 Wes Figaro 1

Yds. Avg. TD Yds/G 538 10.2 4 59.8 527 12.3 6 58.6 746 17.8 7 82.9 175 6.5 0 21.9 180 11.2 1 30.0 180 13.8 2 45.0 90 8.2 0 18.0 62 5.6 1 10.3 30 5.0 1 7.5 33 6.6 0 3.7 40 10.0 0 8.0 34 11.3 1 8.5 21 10.5 0 7.0 20 20.0 0 5.0 14 14.0 0 7.0 4 4.0 0 2.0

PASSING Jon Resch Aaron Corn Troy Nunes Drew Londo Collis Brown J. Wawrzyniak

Pct. 59.7 60.0 53.3 75.0 100.0 0.0

Yds. TD Int 2,514 23 11 77 1 1 46 0 1 29 0 0 28 0 0 0 0 0

Yds. 231 217 139 90 7 25 10

Avg. TD 16.5 0 21.7 0 17.4 0 15.0 0 3.5 0 12.5 0 10.0 0

Lg. 45 42 49 34 4 19 10

Avg. TD 16.0 0 3.5 0 14.5 0

Lg. 45 7 16

C-A 215-360 12-20 8-15 3-4 1-1 0-1

No. Alex Oswald 14 James Rizzo 10 J. Wawrzyniak 8 Matt Monteilh 6 Joe Rizzardi 2 Blake Thompson 2 Tyler Hames 1

KICK RETURNS

No. Alex Oswald 8 Blake Thompson 2 Evan Rothfeld 2

PUNT RETURNS

Yds. 128 7 29

PUNTS Tyler Henning Jon Resch

Net

SCORING

Tyler Henning J. Wawrzyniak Pat Meggers Casey Paris Jon Resch Collis Brown Blake Thompson Mike Clancy Nick Couture Mark Behne Ethan Baisden N. Frederickson Aaron Corn Todd Stephens

No. 37 4 TD

INTERCEPTIONS Drew Russo Evan Rothfeld Dante Adams Kyle Wood Curt Barrett Mark Bonner

Yds. 1,212 141 XPK

0 8 7 6 5 4 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1

39-39 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 No. 4 2 2 1 1 1

Avg. 32.8 35.2 XPC

Yds. 18 59 6 21 12 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lg. 56 49 FG

Pts

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lg. 14 44 6 21 12 0

6-11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Avg. 4.5 29.5 3.0 21.0 12.0 0.0

57 48 42 36 30 24 12 12 6 6 6 6 6 6

RESULTS (5-4, 4-3 NEFC Bogan)

Merchant Marine @ MIT @ Mass. Maritime * Fitchburg State * Bridgewater State * @ Westfield State * @ Worcester State * Framingham State * Maine Maritime *

L 37-43 W 35-21 L 38-42 W 59-0 L 21-44 W 31-27 W 31-28 L 3-39 W 42-13

SCORE BY QUARTERS CGA 79 48 Opponents 44 70 TEAM TOTALS First Downs First Downs (R/P/PN) Rushes-Net Yards Rushing per game Passing yards Passing per game Passes (A/C/I) Total Offense Yards Total Offense per game Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Average

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101 88

66 55

CGA 199 57-131-11 289-967 107.4 2,694 299.3 239-401-13 3,661 406.8 4-2 39-370 41-33.0

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OPP 196 99-90-7 441-2,003 222.6 1,939 215.4 148-251-11 3,942 438.0 24-15 51-478 36-34.9

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ALL-TIME SCORES CG 0 0 0

1922 (0-3) R.I. College Newport Torp. Providence

Opp 12 6 26

CG 0 0 0

1923 (0-3) Providence R.I. College Lowell Tech

Opp 27 13 14

CG 0 0 12 19

1926 (2-2) Harvard JV Lowell Textile Tufts JV Connecticut JV

Opp 45 12 0 0

CG 0 0 6 0 3 6 26

1927 (1-6) Canisius Connecticut Arnold Harvard JV Boston Coll. JV R.I. College Arnold

Opp 46 38 13 19 45 13 0

CG 0 0 12 26 20 0 6 45

1928 (3-3-2) Opp Lowell Textile 14 Rhode Island 7 Harvard JV 12 Arnold 0 Arnold 0 Connecticut 20 Providence 6 Long Island Univ. 0

CG 6 0 25 13 0 0 0 0

1929 (1-6-1) Opp Brooklyn 6 Norwich 7 Long Island Univ. 0 Lowell Textile 20 Connecticut 19 R.I. College 27 Providence 33 St. Thomas 34

CG 0 0 0 0 0 27 12 61 18

1930 (4-5) Opp Harvard 33 Vermont 13 Norwich 6 Rhode Island 26 Connecticut 13 Brooklyn 0 Long Island Univ. 6 Cooper Union 0 Seton Hall 7

CG 7 13 0 6 0 6 44

1931 (4-2-1) Worcester Tech Brooklyn Middlebury Rhode Island Connecticut Norwich Seton Hall

Opp 6 0 15 33 0 0 0

CG 0 0 8 0 0 13

1932 (1-3-2) Worcester Tech Colby Norwich Rhode Island Connecticut Mass. State

Opp 0 21 0 13 0 21

CG 25 13 6 12 0 8

1933 (3-2-1) Worcester Tech Trinity Middlebury Rhode Island Connecticut Norwich

Opp 0 0 20 20 0 7

CG 13 13 2 6 0 0 6

1934 (1-6) Colby Worcester Tech Middlebury Trinity Rhode Island Connecticut Norwich

Opp 19 0 32 14 19 13 19

CG 0 3 8 3 7 0 19

1935 (2-5) Wesleyan Worcester Tech Middlebury American Rhode Island Connecticut Norwich

Opp 27 6 6 6 13 7 0

CG 0 0 0 6 14 12 26

1936 (2-2-3) Wesleyan Worcester Tech Middlebury Norwich American Connecticut Mass. State

Opp 0 0 12 6 7 45 20

CG 0 7 0 6 0 7 0

1937 (3-3-1) Wesleyan Worcester Tech Middlebury Norwich AIC Mass. State Connecticut

Opp 21 6 46 0 6 6 0

CG 0 0 0 13 0 19 0 6

1938 (2-6) Wesleyan Worcester Tech Middlebury Norwich Trinity Rensselaer Mass. State Connecticut

Opp 27 9 7 0 26 7 7 25

CG 7 0 14 7 6 0 0 0

1939 (0-8) Wesleyan Worcester Tech Middlebury Norwich Rensselaer Mass. State Connecticut AIC

Opp 20 6 19 17 12 6 14 7

CG 9 17 0 16 14 27 33 19

1940 (4-4) Connecticut Worcester Tech Rensselaer Norwich Trinity Wesleyan Middlebury Mass. State

Opp 10 0 8 27 20 7 0 6

CG 38 7 48 34 19 13 20 57

1941 (6-2) Rhode Island Connecticut Worcester Tech Rensselaer Norwich Trinity Wesleyan Middlebury

Opp 0 0 0 0 13 14 21 0

40

CG 14 40 14 6 35 33 52 0 14

1942 (7-2) Wesleyan Worcester Tech Colby Norwich Trinity Rensselaer Middlebury Connecticut Springfield

Opp 6 0 12 13 7 0 0 16 13

CG 25 12 0 0 7 27 7 12 31

1943 (3-6) Bates Yale Dartmouth Holy Cross Rensselaer Bates Tufts Worcester Brown

Opp 6 20 47 33 0 6 20 19 34

CG 33 40 3 39 38 0 14 20 19

1944 (6-3) Bates Tufts Yale Worcester Tech Rensselaer Army Holy Cross Brown Dartmouth

Opp 0 7 7 0 6 76 26 0 0

CG 6 0 0 7 0 6 6 6

1945 (0-7-1) Tufts Virginia Scranton Rensselaer Harvard Brown Holy Cross Yale

Opp 14 39 0 18 25 33 39 41

CG 33 14 18 0 14 13 13 7

1946 (3-5) Rensselaer Amherst Colby Harvard Yale Connecticut Tufts Boston U.

Opp 0 13 12 69 47 27 18 34

CG 19 0 20 7 7 0 13

1947 (2-3-2) Rensselaer Amherst Colby Middlebury Rhode Island Connecticut Worcester Tech

Opp 19 13 6 7 27 14 8

CG 20 12 7 0 19 19 13

1948 (4-3) Arnold Amherst Wesleyan Middlebury Norwich Colby Rensselaer

Opp 0 26 20 32 0 14 6

CG 27 13 6 21 35 33 0 26

1949 (5-3) Arnold Amherst Wesleyan Kings Point Lowell Worcester Tech Rensselaer Norwich

Opp 26 27 12 14 7 32 20 0

CG 41 0 27 21 0 7 27

1950 (3-4) Norwich Trinity Wesleyan Amherst Worcester Tech Northeastern Rensselaer

Opp 0 41 13 27 6 31 0

CG 20 27 28 28 27 13 35

1951 (6-0-1) Norwich Trinity Wesleyan Amherst Worcester Tech Northeastern Rensselaer

Opp 6 19 14 20 7 13 14

CG 41 20 40 14 10 0 49

1952 (5-2) Norwich Colby Wesleyan Amherst Worcester Trinity Rensselaer

Opp 20 18 7 33 2 20 12

CG 13 6 7 0 25 12 7

1953 (4-2-1) Colby Wesleyan Amherst Worcester Tech Trinity Rensselaer St. Michael’s

Opp 0 6 21 9 14 6 6

CG 13 6 13 0 0 35 6

1954 (3-4) Norwich Wesleyan Amherst Worcester Trinity Rensselaer Drexel

Opp 12 0 33 6 42 7 26

CG 32 7 14 0 7 13 21

1955 (4-3) Norwich Wesleyan Worcester Trinity Drexel Rensselaer Amherst

Opp 9 14 7 27 27 0 13

CG 15 12 14 14 7 32 7

1956 (2-5) Worcester Tech Wesleyan Norwich Amherst Trinity Rensselaer Drexel

Opp 7 19 28 27 27 0 20

CG 7 0 0 14 26 27 0

1957 (2-5) Wesleyan Norwich Amherst Worcester Trinity Rensselaer Drexel

Opp 20 19 42 20 7 20 6

CG 30 12 6 6 8 6 28

1958 (2-4-1) Vermont Norwich Wesleyan Amherst Worcester Trinity Rensselaer

Opp 30 0 15 50 14 56 8

ALL-TIME SCORES CG 0 6 7 17 14 13 6 19

1959 (3-5) Geneva Vermont Norwich Wesleyan Amherst Worcester Tech Trinity Rensselaer

Opp 35 34 20 15 12 20 26 2

CG 0 12 0 6 14 15 0 6

1966 (0-8) Springfield AIC Norwich Wesleyan Worcester Tech Trinity Central Conn. Kings Point

Opp 21 19 40 41 16 57 21 47

CG 0 25 7 6 14 26 6 46

1960 (5-3) Geneva Vermont Norwich Wesleyan Amherst Worcester Tech Trinity Rensselaer

Opp 20 0 2 26 7 18 21 6

CG 0 14 10 0 7 28 0 10

1967 (0-8) Springfield AIC Norwich Wesleyan Worcester Trinity Central Conn. Cal-Riverside

Opp 62 35 16 29 19 30 29 27

CG 8 6 13 7 21 20 13 8

1961 (4-4) Vermont Norwich Wesleyan Amherst Worcester Trinity Rensselaer Tufts

Opp 28 7 9 40 14 12 0 22

CG 10 0 21 0 9 16 16 9

1962 (5-2-1) Drexel Norwich Wesleyan Amherst Worcester Tech Trinity Central Conn. Tufts

Opp 8 8 0 29 8 16 14 8

CG 0 14 22 26 7 0 21 14 34 40

1968 (3-7) Springfield American Int’l. Norwich Wesleyan Southwestern Worcester Tech. Trinity Rochester Rensselaer PMC College

Opp 39 27 26 36 33 36 47 42 20 14

CG 7 7 0 7 6 30 14 3 6 6

1969 (2-8) AIC Wayne State Norwich Wesleyan Southwestern Worcester Tech Trinity Middlebury Lebanon Valley USIU

Opp 46 21 27 16 3 22 27 7 21 61

CG 29 31 16 13 10 22 6 21 7 27

1970 (5-5) Maine Maritime Rensselaer Colby Norwich Wesleyan Southwestern Worcester Tech Trinity Case West Res. Lebanon Valley

Opp 12 3 7 35 7 24 14 31 22 21

CG 21 28 26 60 34 21 31 19 27 7

1971 (8-2) Opp Maine Maritime 6 Rensselaer 27 Colby 13 Norwich 14 Wesleyan 35 Tufts 16 Worcester Tech 23 Trinity 17 Case West. Res. 14 Washington & Lee 28

CG 13 24 16 20 29 14 13 9 6 12

1972 (3-7) Southwestern Rensselaer Colby Norwich Wesleyan Tufts Worcester Tech Trinity Maine Maritime Drexel

CG 1963 (8-1) Opp 3 Drexel 0 9 Norwich 7 11 Wesleyan 8 7 Amherst 0 19 Worcester Tech 7 45 Trinity 20 18 Central Conn. 0 12 Springfield 0 0 W. Kentucky* 27 * Tangerine Bowl in Orlando CG 6 23 17 20 7 0 15 27

1964 (3-5) Springfield Colby Norwich Wesleyan Amherst Worcester Tech Trinity Central Conn.

Opp 14 0 21 21 34 13 28 18

CG 14 16 17 24 19 20 7 8

1965 (4-4) Springfield Colby Norwich Wesleyan Worcester Tech Trinity Central Conn. Kings Point

Opp 30 6 0 7 7 28 31 17

Opp 23 7 36 6 31 29 12 35 10 35

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CG 0 30 28 20 27 41 27 10 19 9

1973 (8-2) Opp Southern Conn. 9 Rensselaer 0 Colby 6 Norwich 12 Wesleyan 9 Tufts 14 Worcester Tech 19 Trinity 7 AIC 28 Drexel 0

CG 7 0 7 7 27 13 8 6 38 16

1980 (2-8) Opp Rensselaer 12 Worcester Tech 14 Norwich 15 Wesleyan 26 Fordham 9 Bowdoin 35 Trinity 25 Southern Conn. 34 Hampden-Sydney 22 Hofstra 26

CG 0 3 6 15 24 48 10 16 12 14

1974 (3-7) Opp Southern Conn. 16 Rensselaer 6 Colby 7 Norwich 14 Wesleyan 7 Tufts 28 Worcester tech 18 Trinity 20 Kings Point 14 American Int’l. 51

CG 14 0 0 20 3 6 9 14 8

1981 (3-6) Kings Point Rensselaer Worcester Tech Norwich Wesleyan Bowdoin Trinity New Haven Hofstra

Opp 7 21 14 14 24 0 20 24 22

CG 7 26 28 10 10 20 3 20 26 20

1975 (8-2) Opp Kings Point 9 Rensselaer 22 Colby 21 Norwich 3 Wesleyan 7 Worcester Tech 9 Trinity 16 Hobart 14 Washington & Lee 3 Southern Conn. 7

CG 7 22 32 16 8 13 3 21 12

1982 (2-7) Kings Point Rensselaer Worcester Tech Norwich Wesleyan Bowdoin Trinity New Haven Hofstra

Opp 14 24 59 13 27 28 35 35 9

CG 7 17 17 0 6 6 0 0 15

1976 (1-8) Opp Kings Point 9 Rensselaer 0 Worcester Tech 20 Norwich 38 Wesleyan 8 Southern Conn. 27 Western Conn. 9 Trinity 35 Hobart 28

CG 9 7 14 16 21 20 45 20 14 10

1983 (4-6) Western Conn. Rensselaer Worcester Tech Norwich Wesleyan Marist Bowdoin Trinity Kings Point Hofstra

Opp 12 14 35 15 18 0 15 42 21 31

CG 6 29 27 18 7 14 36 45 41

1977 (5-4) Opp Kings Point 10 Rensselaer 15 Worcester Tech 7 Norwich 30 Wesleyan 24 Southern Conn. 19 Western Conn. 0 Trinity 14 Buffalo 14

CG 7 24 10 6 9 13 10 13 0 47

1984 (3-7) Western Conn. Rensselaer Worcester Tech Norwich Wesleyan Marist Union Trinity Kings Point NY Maritime

Opp 13 6 21 49 13 0 27 38 41 0

CG 7 29 21 26 0 7 6 18 29 21

1978 (3-7) Opp Kings Point 10 Rensselaer 0 Worcester Tech 13 Norwich 29 Wesleyan 28 Fordham 28 Southern Conn. 10 Trinity 20 Buffalo 25 Seton Hall 40

CG 8 22 19 7 28 62 24 27 14 17

1985 (4-6) Western Conn. Rensselaer Worcester Tech Norwich Wesleyan NY Maritime Union Trinity Kings Point Marist

Opp 35 9 16 24 30 0 49 34 42 13

CG 30 6 0 0 0 9 13 7 6 20

1979 (1-8-1) Opp Kings Point 23 Rensselaer 6 Worcester Tech 10 Norwich 32 Wesleyan 33 Fordham 10 Southern Conn. 27 Trinity 19 Pace 14 Seton Hall 35

CG 14 16 18 10 41 0 0 0 12

1986 (4-5) Western Conn. Rensselaer Worcester Tech Norwich Wesleyan Union Trinity Kings Point Marist

Opp 6 9 42 15 19 21 31 28 7

ALL-TIME SCORES CG 7 7 35 7 15 13 44 30

1987 (6-2) Kings Point Rensselaer Worcester Tech Norwich Wesleyan Marist Union Trinity

Opp 10 3 8 38 7 0 42 6

CG 35 0 45 41 13 19 17 28 57 28

1988 (9-1) Opp Kings Point 7 Rensselaer 14 Worcester Tech 25 Norwich 20 Wesleyan 7 Marist 0 Union 10 Trinity 27 Siena 6 Plymouth State * 19

*ECAC North Champions CG 22 14 27 14 21 35 0 7 46

1989 (5-4) Kings Point Rensselaer Worcester Tech Norwich Wesleyan Marist Union Trinity Siena

Opp 24 10 34 7 10 14 24 28 0

CG 21 6 14 41 13 29 3 21 13

1990 (4-5) Opp Kings Point 17 Rensselaer 7 Worcester Tech 17 Norwich 9 Wesleyan 14 Marist 0 Union 17 Trinity 10 Carnegie Mellon 24

CG 14 46 17 13 7 21 19 39 25

1991 (6-3) Opp Rensselaer 7 Worcester Tech 34 Norwich 7 Wesleyan 16 Union 37 Trinity 14 Carnegie Mellon 25 Pace University 14 Kings Point 20

CG 20 12 19 13 6 9 13 10 0

1992 (1-8) UMass-Lowell RPI Stony Brook Norwich Western Conn. Union Plymouth WPI Kings Point

Opp 0 14 24 14 8 21 20 28 42

CG 14 14 21 34 21 10 14 18 31

1993 (4-5) RPI Stony Brook Norwich Catholic Western Conn. Union Plymouth WPI Kings Point

Opp 53 21 8 0 18 52 31 21 23

CG 17 21 34 29 34 14 14 20 6

1994 (4-5) RPI Stony Brook Norwich Catholic Western Conn. Union Plymouth WPI Kings Point

Opp 28 22 12 12 26 8 20 32 21

CG 35 20 20 27 12 7 0 2 13 27

1995 (4-6) Worcester State RPI Springfield Norwich Westfield State Western Conn. Union Plymouth State WPI Kings Point

Opp 0 21 26 6 0 28 23 9 34 9

CG 34 42 24 35 55 14 31 35 52 23 16

1996 (8-3) RPI Mass. Maritime Springfield Norwich Westfield State Western Conn. Union Plymouth State WPI Kings Point College of N.J.*

Opp 38 21 34 9 6 13 6 28 27 13 17

*NCAA Playoffs CG 22 13 26 27 44 21 6 19 44 34 0

1997 (9-2) Opp RPI (OT) 16 Mass. Maritime 8 Springfield (OT) 20 Norwich 10 Westfield State 28 Western Conn. 14 Union 14 Plymouth State 0 WPI 0 Kings Point 16 Rowan * 43

*NCAA Playoffs CG 29 16 8 0 0 7 10 2 7

1998 (1-8) Mass. Maritime RPI Springfield Norwich Western Conn. Union Plymouth State WPI Kings Point

Opp 21 45 49 17 16 41 29 26 46

CG 7 3 31 10 7 14 14 0 23 21

1999 (1-9) Mass. Maritime RPI Springfield Norwich Mount Ida Western Conn. Union Plymouth State WPI Kings Point

Opp 19 42 20 30 40 65 24 42 27 24

CG 6 24 6 10 37 13 7 7 24 21

2000 (2-8) Salve Regina RPI Springfield Norwich Mount Ida Western Conn. Union Plymouth State WPI Kings Point

Opp 36 21 47 29 0 63 34 25 27 28

CG 36 19 42 3 58 24 46 38 34 7

CG 14 7 20 41 15 14 19 35 3

2001 (2-7) Salve Regina Springfield Norwich Utica Western Conn. Union Plymouth State WPI Kings Point

Opp 17 17 17 14 18 38 42 49 7

# NEFC Championship

CG 27 12 14 17 14 12 34 14 6

2002 (2-7) Mass. Maritime RPI Springfield Norwich Western Conn. Union Plymouth State WPI Kings Point

Opp 0 34 64 24 38 17 33 40 31

CG 47 7 10 7 9 26 49 24 9

2003 (4-5) Mass. Maritime RPI Springfield Norwich

Opp 14 44 49 34 Western Conn. (OT) 16 Union 35 Plymouth State 12 WPI 21 Kings Point 7

CG 62 14 33 17 2 7 9 28 7

2004 (1-8) Mass. Maritime Norwich St. Lawrence RPI Hobart Union Rochester WPI Kings Point

Opp 7 24 34 28 31 19 37 35 16

CG 27 30 7 3 13 0 6 13 5

2005 (2-7) Mass. Maritime Norwich St. Lawrence RPI Hobart Union Rochester WPI Kings Point

Opp 0 12 21 17 42 7 37 23 21

CG 7 35 35 41 31 21 17 3 42 28 22

2006 (8-3) Opp Merchant Marine 21 Plymouth State 7 Westfield State 21 Mass. Maritime 0 Fitchburg State 30 Bridgewater State 17 Worcester State 10 Maine Maritime 0 Framingham State 21 Curry # 34 Bridgewater St. * 41

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2007 (8-2) Opp Merchant Marine 31 Plymouth State 38 Westfield State 14 Mass. Maritime 0 Fitchburg State 34 Bridgewater State 21 Worcester State 10 Maine Maritime 34 Framingham State 7 Curry # 10

CG 7 7 16 30 29 7 17 34 23

2008 (3-6) Opp Merchant Marine 34 Plymouth State 26 Westfield State 13 Mass. Maritime 6 Fitchburg State 44 Bridgewater State 38 Worcester State 14 Maine Maritime 42 Framingham State 25

CG 27 17 8 29 34 6 17 49 20

2009 (4-5) Opp Mer. Marine (2OT) 33 Plymouth State 28 Westfield State 5 Mass. Maritime 22 Fitchburg St. (2OT) 37 Bridgewater State 27 Worcester State 14 Maine Maritime 76 Framingham State 13

CG 10 0 16 19 25 15 7 13 47

2010 (2-7) Opp Merchant Marine 8 Curry 35 Mass. Maritime 23 Fitchburg St. 7 Bridgewater St. (OT) 32 Westfield State 26 Worcester State 31 Framingham St. 34 Maine Maritime 63

CG 28 21 61 21 16 21 30 7 52

2011 (2-7) Opp Merchant Marine 35 Curry 44 Mass. Maritime 30 Fitchburg State 28 Bridgewater State 24 Westfield State 24 Worcester State 31 Framingham St. 14 Maine Maritime 15

CG 37 35 38 59 21 31 31 3 42

2012 (5-4) Opp Merchant Marine 43 MIT 21 Mass. Maritime 42 Fitchburg State 0 Bridgewater State 44 Westfield State 27 Worcester St. (OT) 28 Framingham St. 39 Maine Maritime 13

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COAST GUARD ACADEMY IN THE NCAA PLAYOFFS NCAA Division III Playoffs--November 22, 1997 ROWAN 43, COAST GUARD 0 - 2 '99( 5 8 5 4 0 Senior quarterback Greg Lister threw for 289 yards, 236 in the first half, and three touchdowns as Coast Guard was eliminated in the first round of the NCAA Playoffs for the second straight season by a team from New Jersey. Eugene Foster opened the scoring with a 15-yard touchdown run with 8:33 left in the first quarter and on the next possession Lister threw a 23-yard touchdown pass to Jamaine Crawford to make it 14-0 with 4:45 left in the first quarter. Rowan rolled up 508 yards of total offense while holding Coast Guard to just 92 total yards.

Score By Quarters Coast Guard 0 0 0 Rowan 14 16 6

0 -- 0 7 -- 43

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter R-Eugene Foster 15 rush (Mark Migliori kick) R-Crawford 23 pass from Lister (Migliori kick) 2nd Quarter R-Migliori 20 FG R-Foster 1 run (kick failed) R-Taman Bryant 12 pass from Lister (Migliori kick) 3rd Quarter R-Foster 12 pass from Lister (kick failed) 4th Quarter R-Tony Cattani 8 run (Migliori kick)

FFC Offensive Player of the Year Dan Warren led Coast Guard to a second straight FFC Championship and NCAA Playoff berth

RUSHING CG: Wolford 6-43 yards R: Peterson 7-66 yards; Foster 4-50 yards, 2 TD PASSING CG: Warren 17-8-1, 52 yards R: Lister 30-18-0, 289 yards, 3 TD RECEIVING CG: Thompson 2-24 yards; Comar 2-18 yards R: Bryant 5-104 yards, TD; Foster 5-82 yards, TD

NCAA Division III Playoffs--November 23, 1996 COLLEGE OF NEW JERSEY 17, COAST GUARD 16 + = /4 - : 5 = 4 9. /6 4 0 Coast Guard’s season ended in dramatic fashion as the Bears scored with 1:17 left on a one-yard run by James Jones on fourth-and-one to pull within 17-16. The celebration was short lived however as the extra point sailed wide right. The Lions struck first on a 30-yard field goal by Dan Sperco and then Jaime Cropper (18 carries, 131 yards) ended the first half scoring on a 55-yard run to give the Lions a 10-0 halftime lead. Coast Guard climbed back into the game when Al Thompson (3 catches, 68 yards) ignited the Bears with 57- yard touchdown reception from Dan Warren. The Bears defense controlled the second half shutting down the option that proved to be so successful in the first half. Coast Guard tied the game 10-10 on a Steve Deveau 24-yard field goal with 12:47 left in the 4th quarter, but three minutes later, College of New Jersey quarterback Pete Harteveld capped off a five play drive with a one-yard run to give the College of New Jersey a 17-10 lead. Damon Maldonado led the Bears defense with 16 tackles, while Stan Sanchez and Ed Hernaez had 10 apiece. RUSHING CG: Jones 29-79 yards, TD NJ: Cropper 18-131 yards, TD PASSING CG: Warren 25-11-2, 199 yards, TD NJ: Harteveld 17-9-1, 65 yards RECEIVING CG: Lee 3-71 yards; Thompson 3-68 yards, TD NJ: Prophett 3-33 yards; Russo 3-28 yards

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Score By Quarters Coast Guard College of NJ

0 3

0 7

7 0

9 -- 16 7 -- 17

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter CNJ-Dan Sperco 30 FG 2nd Quarter CNJ-Jameon Cropper 55 run (Sperco kick) 3rd Quarter CG-Thompson 57 pass from Warren (Deveau kick) 4th Quarter CG-Deveau 24 FG CNJ-Pete Harteveld 1 run (Sperco kick) CG-James Jones 1 run (kick failed)

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SERIES RECORDS VS. ALL OPPONENTS Opponent AIC American U. Amherst Army Arnold-Bridgeport Bates Boston College JV Boston University Bowdoin Bridgewater State Brooklyn Brown Buffalo California Riverside Carnegie Mellon Case Western Catholic University Central Connecticut Colby Connecticut Connecticut JV Cooper Union Curry ^ Dartmouth Drexel Endicott Fitchburg State Fordham Framingham State Geneva Hampden-Sydney Harvard Harvard JV Hobart Hofstra Holy Cross Lebanon Valley LIU Maine Maritime Marist Mass. Maritime Massachusetts State Merchant Marine Middlebury MIT Mount Ida New Haven College of New Jersey * New York Maritime Newport Torp. Sc.

W 0 1 6 0 5 3 0 0 2 2 2 1 2 0 0 1 2 3 12 1 1 1 0 1 3 0 4 1 3 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 3 6 8 12 3 13 4 1 1 0 0 2 0

L 8 1 13 1 1 0 1 1 2 6 0 2 0 1 2 1 0 3 4 13 0 0 4 1 5 0 3 2 4 2 0 3 2 3 3 3 1 1 4 0 3 3 28 9 0 1 2 1 0 1

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

Opponent Nichols Northeastern Norwich Pace Pennsylvania Military Plymouth State Providence Rensselaer Rhode Island Rochester Rowan # Salve Regina Scranton Seton Hall Siena Southern Connecticut Southwestern Springfield St. Lawrence St. Michael’s St. Thomas Stony Brook Trinity Tufts Tufts JV U.S. International UMass-Lowell Union Utica Vermont Virginia Washington & Lee Wayne State Wesleyan Western Connecticut Western Kentucky ** Western New England Westfield State Widener Worcester State WPI Yale

W 0 0 38 1 1 6 0 37 1 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 1 4 0 1 0 1 14 6 1 0 2 4 1 1 0 1 0 21 6 0 0 8 1 6 33 0

L 0 1 32 1 0 11 3 21 12 3 1 2 0 2 0 7 3 12 2 0 1 2 33 5 0 1 4 18 0 3 1 1 1 29 12 1 0 2 0 2 37 4

TOTALS

310

420

T 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 19

* 1996 NCAA Playoffs # 1997 NCAA Playoffs ** 1963 Tangerine Bowl ^ 2006 and 2007 NEFC Championship Games 2013 Opponents in BOLD

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89 SEASONS OF COAST GUARD ACADEMY FOOTBALL Year 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967

Coach R.S. Marron R.S. Marron W.R. Richards W.R. Richards W.R. Richards W.R. Richards John S. Merriman John S. Merriman John S. Merriman John S. Merriman John S. Merriman John S. Merriman John S. Merriman John S. Merriman John S. Merriman John S. Merriman John S. Merriman John S. Merriman John S. Merriman John S. Merriman John S. Merriman John S. Merriman Nelson W. Nitchman Nelson W. Nitchman Nelson W. Nitchman Nelson W. Nitchman Nelson W. Nitchman Nelson W. Nitchman Nelson W. Nitchman Nelson W. Nitchman Nelson W. Nitchman Nelson W. Nitchman Nelson W. Nitchman Nelson W. Nitchman Nelson W. Nitchman Otto Graham Otto Graham Otto Graham Otto Graham Otto Graham Otto Graham Otto Graham Frank S. Kapral Frank S. Kapral

W L T CGA OPP 0 3 0 0 44 0 3 0 0 54 -No Season -No Season 2 2 0 31 57 1 6 0 41 174 3 3 2 109 59 1 6 1 44 146 4 5 0 118 104 4 2 1 76 54 1 3 2 21 55 3 2 1 64 47 1 6 0 40 116 2 5 0 40 65 2 2 3 58 90 3 3 1 20 85 2 6 0 38 108 0 8 0 34 101 4 4 0 135 78 6 2 0 236 48 7 2 0 208 67 3 6 0 121 185 6 3 0 206 122 0 7 1 31 209 3 5 0 112 220 2 3 2 66 94 4 3 0 90 98 5 3 0 161 138 3 4 0 123 118 6 0 1 178 93 5 2 0 174 112 4 2 1 70 62 3 4 0 73 126 4 3 0 94 97 2 5 0 101 129 2 5 0 74 134 2 4 1 96 173 3 5 0 82 164 5 3 0 130 100 4 4 0 96 132 5 2 1 81 91 8 1 0 124 70 3 5 0 115 149 4 4 0 125 126 0 8 0 53 262 0 8 0 69 247

1968 Tad Schroeder 1969 Tad Schroeder 1970 Tad Schroeder 1971 Tad Schroeder 1972 Tad Schroeder 1973 Tad Schroeder 1974 Otto Graham 1975 Otto Graham 1976 Bill Hickey 1977 Bill Hickey 1978 Bill Hickey 1979 Bill Hickey 1980 Larry Rutledge 1981 Larry Rutledge 1982 Larry Rutledge 1983 Bob Campiglia 1984 Bob Campiglia 1985 Bob Campiglia 1986 Tom Bell 1987 Tom Bell 1988 Tom Bell 1989 Tom Bell 1990 Tom Bell 1991 Tom Bell 1992 Tom Bell 1993 Bill Schmitz 1994 Bill Schmitz 1995 Bill Schmitz 1996 Bill Schmitz 1997 Chuck Mills 1998 Bob Estock 1999 Bill George 2000 Bill George 2001 Bill George 2002 Bill George 2003 Bill George 2004 Bill George 2005 Bill George 2006 Bill George 2007 Bill George 2008 Bill George 2009 Bill George 2010 Bill George 2011 Bill George 2012 Bill George 89 YEAR RECORD

CGA’S TOP 10 REGULAR SEASONS Year 1963 1951 1997 2007 2006 1988 1996 1975 1973 1971

Record 8-0-0 6-0-1 9-1-0 8-1-0 8-1-0 8-1-0 8-2-0 8-2-0 8-2-0 8-2-0

Pct. 1.000 .926 .900 .889 .889 .889 .800 .800 .800 .800

3 2 5 8 3 8 3 8 1 5 3 1 2 3 2 4 3 4 4 6 9 5 4 6 1 4 4 4 8 9 1 1 2 2 2 4 1 2 8 8 3 4 2 2 5

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

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

310-420-19

178 86 182 264 148 211 148 170 68 223 164 91 129 74 134 176 139 228 111 158 283 186 164 201 102 177 189 163 345 256 79 130 155 168 150 188 179 104 282 307 170 207 152 257 297

11,947 14,538

CGA’S TOP 10 SEASONS Year 1951 1988 1963 1997 2007 1971 1973 1975 1987 1941 1942

Head Coach Otto Graham Nels Nitchman Chuck Mills Bill George Bill George Tom Bell Bill Schmitz Otto Graham Tad Schroeder Tad Schroeder

Record 6-0-1 9-1-0 8-1-0 9-2-0 8-2-0 8-2-0 8-2-0 8-2-0 6-2-0 6-2-0 6-2-0

Pct. .929 .900 .889 .818 .800 .800 .800 .800 .750 .750 .750

Head Coach Nels Nitchman Tom Bell Otto Graham Chuck Mills Bill George Tad Schroeder Tad Schroeder Otto Graham Tom Bell John Merriman John Merriman

CGA’S FIVE POST SEASON APPEARANCES Year 2006 1997 1996 1988 1963

Record 8-3 9-2 8-3 9-1 8-1

Head Coach Bill George Chuck Mills Bill Schmitz Tom Bell Otto Graham

307 251 176 193 181 104 181 111 175 133 203 209 218 146 244 203 208 222 178 114 135 151 115 174 171 227 181 156 195 126 290 333 310 219 281 232 231 180 202 199 242 255 259 255 257

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COAST GUARD ACADEMY HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES INDUCTED 1972

CAPT PAUL F. FOYE

CAPT HERBERT LYNCH

INDUCTED 1984

ADM E.J. ROLAND

Honorary Member

Class of 1946, Basketball - Football

RADM ROBERT A.DUIN

Class of 1929, Football - Basketball

Assistant Basketball Coach 1946-’55 Head Basketball Coach 1955-’61

RADM CHRISTOPHER KNAPP

Football - Basketball - Baseball

Head Baseball Coach 1945-’55

Honorary Member

INDUCTED 1976

Assistant Boxing Coach

Class of 1957, Basketball

RADM CHESTER L. HARDING

1939,1941,1942

Head Basketball Coach 1960-1962

RADM J.J.McCLELLAND

Class of 1948

Class of 1931

Class of 1940 Football - Baseball - Boxing

CAPT J.H. FORNEY

Class of 1931, Basketball - Football

Head Boxing Coach 1940

Class of 1933, Football - Basketball Director of Athletics 1957-1960

CAPT WILLIAM J. RUSSELL

Head Cross Country Coach

HMCS AMOND H. STEELE

1942-1944,1955,1957

Honorary Member Trainer 1943-1957

Class of 1953 LCDR H.K. McCLERNON

Baseball - Basketball - Football

INDUCTED 1981 CAPT STANLEY C. LINHOLM

INDUCTED 1985

INDUCTED 1977

Class of 1927

RADM BOBBY F. HOLLINGSWORTH

CAPT NAT C. SPADAFORA

Basketball - Rifle - Pistol

Class of 1955, Football - Baseball

CAPT WILLIAM J. TILLO

CAPT JAMES H. PARENT

Honorary Member Trainer - Boxing Coach 1928-1950

INDUCTED 1973

CAPT HAROLD E. FALLON, JR.

Class of 1953, Football

CAPT R. WALDRON Class of 1938

CAPT HAROLD J. LAND

Class of 1954

Class of 1960

Football - Basketball - Baseball

Class of 1937

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Football - Basketball - Baseball

CAPT OTTO E. GRAHAM, JR.

CAPT MILES H. IMLAY

Football - Baseball - Boxing CDR J. MERRIMAN Honorary Member

INDUCTED 1978

Honorary Member

Class of 1926, Football

Director of Athletics 1929-1957

CAPT LEE BAKER

Athletic Director

Assistant Football Coach

Head Football Coach 1929-1946

Class of 1922, Football

Head Football Coach

Basketball 1929-1937

Director of Athletics 1927-1931

CAPT WALTER R. RICHARDS INDUCTED 1982

Baseball 1930-1942

Honorary Member

RADM CHARLES TIGHE

RADM THOMAS J.WETMORE III

Class of 1925

RADM J.F. THOMPSON

Class of 1935

Class of 1948

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Basketball - Football - Baseball

O-in-C Pistol - Rifle

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Class of 1953

Class of 1952

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Class of 1950

Baseball - Football

Football - Outdoor Track - Wrestling

Class of 1945, Football - Basketball

CAPT T.D. COMBS, JR.

Football - Basketball - Baseball INDUCTED 1979

JACK CRUISE

CAPT CHARLES COLUMBUS

Honorary Member

Class of 1957

LCDR L.T. O’NEIL

Class of 1935

Sports Information Director

Football - Basketball - Baseball

Class of 1941

Football - Basketball - Baseball

Assistant Football Coach

1959-1971 Sportswriter, N.L. Day, 1931-1942

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Class of 1945

Honorary Member

Football - Basketball

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CAPT WILLIAM B. HOWLAND Class 1959 Soccer - Basketball - Baseball

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CAPT FRANK KAPRAL

Baseball 1956-1958

Honorary Member

Assistant Director of P.E.

Assistant Athletic Director 1966-’80

Intramural Director 1959-’89

Business Mgr. of Athletics 1968-’80

Class of 1951

INDUCTED 1987

Head Wrestling Coach 1960-’65

Sailing - Rifle - Boxing - Wrestling

CDR FRANK B. CARTER,

CAPT THORBURN S. McGOWAN

Class of 1944, Football - Basketball

INDUCTED 1975

Football 1966-1967

CAPT WILLIAM F. CASS

Assistant Football 1958-1965

Class of 1948, Football

WILLIAM A. STOWE

Basketball 1942-’56

Head Crew Coach 1971-1985 CAPT LAWRENCE A. WHITE

USCG (Ret.)

Class of 1937

Assistant Track 1959- 1961

USPHS

Assistant Track Coach 1958-1959

Baseball - Basketball - Football

Assistant Wrestling 1959

Honorary Member

Asst. Basketball Coach 1959-1961

RADM MARK A. WHALEN

INDUCTED 1980

CGA Sr. Medical Officer 1952-1963

Class of 1937, Baseball - Football

CAPT RICHARD CUERONI

CGA Team Doctor 1934-37 TERRILL M. GLOEGE Class of 1957, Sailing

Class of 1953, Baseball - Football WILLIAM H. THOMPSON Class of 1964, Football - Baseball

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COAST GUARD ACADEMY HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES INDUCTED 1988

INDUCTED 1992

INDUCTED 1996

DON PINHEY

LCDR JOSEPH P. DIBELLA

CAPT ROBERT W. THORNE

ALEXANDER OGG

Honorary Member Head Baseball Coach 1968-1999

Class of 1962

Class of 1969

Class of 1976

Cross Country - Wrestling - Track

Basketball - Soccer - Tennis

Football & Baseball

Head Tennis Coach 1977-1979 Head Volleyball Coach 1983-84

CDR FRANK GRUNDMAN

CDR STEVE C. MARTIN

DR. TOM HAAS

Class of 1958, Football - Baseball

Class of 1964

Class of 1973

Sailing

Honorary Member

ROGER GUYAS

Member of the Intercollegiate Yacht

Softball Coach 1989-92 & 93-96

Honorary Member

Racing Hall of Fame

LCDR ALEX O. SIMONKA Class of 1979 Football-Basketball-Baseball

Athletic Trainer 1960 - 2001 GEORGE M. RYNICK

INDUCTED 1997

Business Manager, CGA Athletics

DENNIS G. BOHLAYER

Women’s Basketball Head Coach

CAPT KARL ZITTEL

Class of 1949

Class of 1973

Class of 1932

Wrestling

Cross County & Track

INDUCTED 2000 CDR LEE T. ROMASCO

Football - Basketball

INDUCTED 1989

Asst. Football Coach several times

INDUCTED 1993

DR. RAY CIEPLIK

Class of 1978

LCDR DENNIS J. BRADY

Honorary Member

Soccer-Baseball

CAPT RICHARD REA

Class of 1963

Soccer Coach 1970-2001

Class of 1933

Cross Country

Associate A.D. 1989-1999

INDUCTED 2001

Football - Basketball

Outdoor Track

Director of Athletics 1999-Present

CDR KURT COLELLA

Assistant Baseball 1987-1998

Class of 1981

CDR GREG MAGEE

CAPT LARRY L. DAVIS

Assistant Gymnastics 1970-1986

Track

Class of 1969

Class of 1937

Indoor - Outdoor Track

Football-Basketball-Baseball

CDR JAMES M. SHARPE

HALLIE GREGORY

DAVE DUBOIS

CAPT BRUCE W. PLATZ, JR.

Class of 1969

Class of 1971, Track-Football

Class of 1964

Honorary Member

Football - Wrestling - Baseball

Head Men’s Basketball Coach ’84-’89 Head Men’s Track Coach ’78-’84

INDUCTED 1998

Basketball - Baseball

Asst. Director of Athletics, 1989

CAPT THOMAS E. BERNARD

INDUCTED 1994 STEVE ELDRIDGE

GEOFF CARDINALI

Class of 1970

Honorary Member

Director of Health & Physical

Sailing & Basketball

Wrestling and Cross Country Coach

Education 1980 - 2003

CAPT LEN KELLY Class of 1974 Football-Track

Instructor on CGA 1963 - 2003

ADM JAMES M. LOY

CAPT ARTHUR JOHNSON

CAPT JAMES T. CLUNE

Basketball-Out. Track-

Class of 1976

Class of 1936

Class of 1948

Cross Country

Football-Baseball

Football - Swimming - Baseball

Cross Country - Track & Wrestling

Class of 1964

INDUCTED 1990

BILL SCHMITZ

Head Football Coach 1993-’96 LARRY E. RUTLEDGE

JAMES LIGHTNER

CAPT DONALD E. ESTES

Honorary Member

Class 1962

Class of 1971

Director of Intramurals 1991-1998

Class of 1979

Football - Wrestling

Cross Country

Director of Club Sports 1993-1998

Gymnastics-Soccer

Indoor & Outdoor Track

Asst. Director of P.E. 1990-98 Head Track Coach 1985-1991

INDUCTED 2002

MARTIN HOPPE

Head Football Coach 1980-1982

MURRAY W. BOGGS

Class of 1965

Asst. Football Coach 1967-1979

CDR WILLIAM PARK, III Class of 1960 Sailing -Athlete & Coach

CDR DAVID SKEWES

Class of 1953 Football - Basketball

Basketball & Soccer INDUCTED 1999

INDUCTED 1991 CAPT THOMAS J. McCARTHY

INDUCTED 1995

CDR SCOTT E. HARTLEY

Class of 1964

RADM EDWARD J. BARRETT

Class of 1977

LEROY E. FALCONI Honorary Member

Football - Baseball - Track

Class of 1966

Swimming

Women’s XC Coach 1982-2008 Asst. Coach, Track 1981-95

Football CHARLES DENNIS

ROBERT E. LEGGETT Class of 1963

THOMAS L. MILLS

Honorary Member

Baseball - Basketball

Class of 1970

Head Swimming Coach 1970-1999

VADM JAMES D. HULL Class of 1969 Wrestling - Football

Wrestling CAPT DARREL W. STARR, JR. Class of 1948

CAPT ROBERT E. REININGER

Football - Wrestling

Class of 1978

Wrestling Coach

Crew

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COAST GUARD ACADEMY HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES INDUCTED 2003

INDUCTED 2006

INDUCTED 2010

BRENDAN KELLY Class of 1992 Baseball

CAPT STEVEN G. HEIN

DAVID W. HASTINGS

Class of 1978

Class of 1974

Class of 1962

Football - Wrestling

Track - Football

Soccer - Basketball - Baseball

MICHAEL P. BUTLER

JEFF NOVOTNY CDR JAMES ELLIS

CAPT SCOTT F. KAYSER

MARK YOST

Class of 1989

Class of 1966

Class of 1974

Class of 1980

Soccer

Football - Wrestling - Baseball

Track - Football

Wrestling Class of 1989 Football

JEFF PETERS CAPT PAUL A. LANGLOIS

ANNE M. (O’NEILL) SEBASTIAN

Class of 1983

Class of 1976

Class of 1988

Swimming

Crew

Basketball - Softball

CDR K. KYLE MOORE

CLASS OF 2013 WILLIAM P. REILLY

INDUCTED 2007

INDUCTED 2011

PETE BARRY

Class of 1953

CAPT JAMES I. DOUGHTY

DALE CHITTENDEN

Honorary Member

Football - Baseball

Class of 1954

Class of 1981

Head Men’s Basketball Coach

Rifle

Football - Wrestling

1990-2009 Head Baseball Coach

INDUCTED 2004

2000-2006

ROBERT C. BENSON

PATTY GIANNATTASIO

STEVEN C. HARGIS

Class of 1954

Honorary Member

Class of 1980

Basketball - Baseball

Head Volleyball Coach 1997-2006

Crew

PEDRO JIMENEZ

Women’s Crew Coach 1999-’08

Class of 1991 Tennis

CAPT ROBERT E. MOBLEY

INDUCTED 2008

Class of 1979

CAPT STEVEN J. BELLONA

Basketball

Class of 1973

Class of 1965

JESSE “KARL” MOORE

Track - Cross Country

Basketball - Track

Class of 1988

Class of 1976

CAPT HAL F. OLSON

CDR PATRICK L. SHUCK

Wrestling

Class of 1953

Class of 1973

Outdoor Track - Cross Country

Basketball

CAPT LAURIE H. SOMERS

Swimming

CAPT JAMES F. MURRAY

JEN WALTHER (REVELLE) Class of 1991 Basketball - Softball

CDR MOLLY K. RIORDAN

Volleyball - Softball

STEVEN G. SCHEMBER

Track - Crew

CLASS OF 2012

Class of 1983

ROBERT CHRISTIANSEN

CAPT JOSEPH CHRIS SINNETT Class of 1983

Class of 1965

JOHN WUESTNECK

Wrestling - Sailing

Football, Wrestling, Track

Class of 1962 Sailing

Class of 1967 Football - Outdoor Track

CAPT WILLIAM E. SMITH Honorary Member

CAPT CARL W. SELIN

Class of 1953

Honorary Member

Sports Info. Director 1983-86

Know A Worthy Candidate?

Director of P.E. 1959-1979 A.D. 1967-1970

INDUCTED 2009

Head Baseball Coach 1959-1964

CDR STEPHEN T. CICCALONE

If you would like to nominate someone

Asst. Football Coach 1959-1962

Class of 1975

for the

Football - Wrestling

CGA Hall of Fame

INDUCTED 2005 ROBERT B. BROOKS

RDML JOHN H. KORN

Honorary Member

Class of 1979

Diving Coach - CGA -34 years

Soccer

visit www.cgasports.com

CHRISTINE L. MACMILLIAN

and click on the

ELIJAH FLYNN

Class of 1987

Class of 1975

Softball - Basketball - Sailing -

Hall of Fame link

Indoor Track - Outdoor Track

Volleyball

for the nomination form

CDR WILLIAM M. RANDALL Class of 1982 Crew

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