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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Location......................................... New York, NY 10027

Columbia University......................................................... 2-3

Founded................................................................. 1754

The Campbell Sports Center............................................ 4-5

Enrolllment............................................................ 5,708 President...............................................Lee C. Bollinger Colors.....................................Columbia Blue and White Nickname...............................................................Lions

Robert K. Kraft Field at Wien Stadium................................ 6 University Administration.................................................. 7-9 2013 Rosters................................................................ 10-13

Affiliation....................................................... NCAA FCS

Head Coach Pete Mangurian....................................... 14-15

Conference....................................................Ivy League

Assistant Coaches........................................................ 16-23

Stadium.............. Robert K. Kraft Field at Wien Stadium

Support Staff................................................................. 24-27

Stadium Surface/Capacity................... Field Turf/17,000

Player Profiles.............................................................. 28-59

Website....................................... GoColumbiaLions.com

2012 Review................................................................. 60-65

COACHING STAFF Patricia & Shepard Alexander Head Coach of Football .............................................................. Pete Mangurian

2013 Opponents........................................................... 66-70 Year-By-Year Results................................................... 71-76 All-Time Opponents........................................................... 77

Record at Columbia/Years...............3-6/Second Season

All-Time Series Results................................................ 78-82

Career Record....................................................... 19-21

All-Time Coaching Records............................................... 83

Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks...... Jaime Elizondo

Career Records............................................................ 84-85

Defensive Coordinator/Secondary..............Chris Rippon

Single-Season Records................................................ 86-88

Offensive Line..................................................Ed Argast

Single-Game Records.................................................. 88-89

Defensive Assistant/Linebackers................. Mike Cooke Wide Receivers....................................... Wendell Davis Running Backs...............................................Chad Nice Tight Ends/Assistant Offensive Line.......Gordie Sammis

The Last Time.................................................................... 90 Team Records................................................................... 91 All-Time Awards/Honors............................................... 92-95

Defensive Line.............................................. Alvin Smith

Columbia Athletics Hall of Fame.................................. 96-98

Special Teams Coord./Assistant Secondary.Matt Thurin

All-Time Letterwinners.................................................99-111

Asst. AD, Football and Special Events..... John Cavalier

Media Relations............................................................... 112

Director of Football Operations............ Jansen Petagna Video Coordinator......................................... Greg Lamb

CREDITS The 2013 Columbia Football Fact Book was designed and

2012 TEAM INFORMATION Record....................................................................... 3-7 Ivy League Record/Finish.................................. 2-5/T6th Letterwinners Returning/Lost................................ 64/23 Offensive Starters Returning/Lost........................... 10/1 Defensive Starters Returning/Lost............................ 4/7 Newcomers................................................................ 27 PROGRAM HISTORY First Season........................................................... 1870 All-Time Record............................................ 371-632-43 All-Time Ivy League Record............................. 93-301-5

written by Mike Kowalsky, Darlene Camacho and Brock Malone. Additional contributions by Sean Alston, Paul Delaney and Trevor McDonagh. Photos by Gene Boyers, Mike McLaughlin and Columbia University. Additional photos by Eileen Barroso, Darlene Camacho and courtesy Jacksonville Jaguars, Kansas City Chiefs, Miami Dolphins and Oakland Raiders. Template design assistance by Tom Rickert, Register Graphics.

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PHOTO BY JIRI VOLEJNIK

THIS IS COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK

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rom its beginnings in a schoolhouse in lower Manhattan, Columbia University has grown to encompass two principal campuses in New York City: the historic, neoclassical campus in the Morningside Heights neighborhood and the modern Medical Center further uptown, in Washington Heights.

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oday, Columbia is one of the top academic and research institutions in the world, conducting pathbreaking research in medicine, science, the arts, and the humanities. It includes three undergraduate schools, thirteen graduate and professional schools, and a school of continuing education.

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n New York, the greatest city in the world has everything at your fingertips. A baseball game at Yankee Stadium, a world-class Broadway show, or just a ride around the city where neighborhoods flow freely into one another, NEW YORK HAS IT ALL!

PHOTO BY WERNER KUNZ

THE CAMPBELL SPORTS CENTER

In October 2012, Columbia officially dedicated The Campbell Sports Center, the first new building for athletics in recent years. This signature presence at 218th St. and Broadway sends a powerful message to student-athletes, to coaches, to the campus community, to alumni and to the sporting public about Columbia’s commitment to athletics.The Campbell Sports Center provides state-of-the art training and learning facilities for nine of Columbia’s outdoor sports programs, including a multi-media theatrestyle classroom, a strength and conditioning center, and a new student-athlete lounge and hospitality pavilion. The Campbell Sports Center honors one of our most accomplished athletics alumni: the captain of the 1961 Ivy League Champion football Lions, former Columbia head football coach, “Coach of Silicon Valley,” and Chair of the University Trustees, William V. Campbell ’62CC.

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THE CAMPBELL SPORTS CENTER Strength & Conditioning Area 6,400 square feet, double height ceiling, mirrored wall head strength coach office, assistant coach office, nutrition bar 14 lifting platforms, 2 power squat machines, assorted weight dumbbells, 3 treadmills, 4 stationary bikes, 8 32” flat-screen TVs

Multi-media theatre-style classroom

Lavine Student-Athlete Study Center “FItz” Student-Athlete Lounge

Milstein Hospitality Pavilion

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KRAFT FIELD AT WIEN STADIUM

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ADMINISTRATION

LEE C. BOLLINGER PRESIDENT, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY

Lee C. Bollinger became the nineteenth President of Columbia University on June 1, 2002. A prominent advocate of affirmative action, he played a leading role in the twin Supreme Court cases—Grutter v Bollinger and Gratz v Bollinger—that upheld and clarified the importance of diversity as a compelling justification for affirmative action in higher education. A leading First Amendment scholar, he is widely published on freedom of speech and press, and currently serves on the faculty of Columbia Law School. This past fall he taught a course, A Free Press for a Global Society, focused on issues he addresses in his most recent work, Uninhibited, Robust, and Wide-Open: A Free Press for a New Century. From November 1996 to 2002, Bollinger was the President of the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, where he had also served as a law professor and dean of the Law School. Under Bollinger’s leadership, Columbia launched the largest capital campaign in its history, proposed its most ambitious campus expansion in more than a century and received a record number of applications for its incoming undergraduate class. Committed to ensuring that, from its location in the nation’s most global city, Columbia excels as a truly global university, he launched a number of new initiatives that include: the World Leaders Forum, which invites prominent international figures to the campus to engage in the major issues of our time; the faculty Committee on Global Thought, to pursue scholarship and generate new curriculum models that help students become better citizens of the world; as well as new academic partnerships with institutions around the globe. Long a supporter of the arts, Bollinger created the Columbia Arts Initiative to enhance the role of the arts across many facets of the student experience and university life. In proposing that the University invest in long-term growth in upper Manhattan, he has committed to expanding Columbia’s already extensive civic partnerships that work to improve education, health care and economic opportunity in West Harlem, Washington Heights and other local New York neighborhoods. Bollinger serves as the chair of the Board of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, a director of the Washington Post Company and a member of the Pulitzer Prize Board. Bollinger is also a fellow of both the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the American Philosophical Society. Widely published on legal and constitutional issues involving free speech and press, Bollinger’s books include: Eternally Vigilant: Free Speech in the Modern Era; Images of a Free Press; The Tolerant Society: Freedom of Speech and Extremist Speech in America; and Contract Law in Modern Society: Cases and Materials. In January 2010, his most recent work, Uninhibited, Robust, and Wide-Open: A Free Press for a New Century, was published by Oxford University Press. Bollinger has received the National Humanitarian Award from the National Conference for Community and Justice and the National Equal Justice Award from the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund for his leadership on affirmative action. He also received the Clark Kerr Award, the highest award conferred by the faculty of the University of California, Berkeley, for his service to higher education, especially on matters of freedom of speech and diversity. He is the recipient of numerous honorary degrees from universities in this country and abroad. After graduating from the University of Oregon and Columbia Law School, where he was an Articles Editor of the Law Review, Bollinger served as law clerk for Judge Wilfred Feinberg on the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit and for Chief Justice Warren Burger on the United States Supreme Court. He joined the University of Michigan Law School faculty in 1973. Bollinger was born in Santa Rosa, California, and raised there and in Baker, Oregon. He is married to artist Jean Magnano Bollinger, and they have two children and one grandchild.

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ADMINISTRATION

DR. M. DIANNE MURPHY DIRECTOR, INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Now in her ninth full year as Director of Intercollegiate Athletics and Physical Education, Dr. M. Dianne Murphy has presided over one of the most successful periods in Columbia Athletics history. Columbia teams have excelled across the board during her tenure. Since 2004-05, Columbia has won Ivy League titles in 12 different sports including baseball, men’s cross country, women’s cross country, men’s fencing, women’s fencing, men’s golf, women’s golf, women’s soccer, women’s indoor track and field, men’s tennis and women’s tennis. A prominent and active administrator on the national collegiate athletics landscape, Murphy was named to the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Committee in February 2011. She also developed an elite leadership-training program for college women’s basketball coaches, The Center for Coaching Excellence, in conjunction with the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA). In 2012-13, baseball won its second Ivy League title in five years and won a game in the NCAA Division I Baseball Championships for the first time in school history. Women’s tennis won its first Ivy League title in school history and produced the school’s first-ever women’s tennis Ivy League Player of the Year in back-to-back seasons. Columbia Athletics has also produced 90 individual Ivy League titles over the last five years, the most in school history. Several Columbia teams rose to the top of the Ivy League standings in 2011-12. The women’s indoor track and field team won its first Ivy League title in program history. The men’s cross country team and the men’s tennis each earned at-large bids to their NCAA Championships. For cross country, it was its first-ever NCAA at-large bid and for men’s tennis, it was their first at-large bid in 14 years. In all, five Columbia teams finished in second place in the Ivy League in 2011-12 and 14 teams finished third or higher at the end of the year. In 2010-11, 22 Columbia student-athletes won Ivy League individual championships, the most ever in a single academic year in school history. 
 Men’s squash and women’s squash became Columbia’s 30thand 31st intercollegiate varsity sport programs in 2009, making Columbia one of the few NCAA Division I institutions to add sports over the last five years. Murphy has overseen a number of initiatives aimed at transforming the experience of Columbia’s more than 800 student-athletes. She has undertaken a complete strategic planning process aimed at short- and long-term excellence in athletics. Murphy spearheaded the creation of the Columbia Athletics Hall of Fame, which had its inaugural ceremony on February 18, 2006. The fourth and most recent Athletics Hall of Fame class will be inducted in October 2012. Murphy also initiated the celebration of the Columbia-Barnard Athletic Consortium Silver Anniversary, honoring 25 years of women’s athletics at Columbia. A steward of leadership initiatives, Murphy created the Leaders for Life program in 2008, designed to provide comprehensive leadership training to student-athlete representatives from all 31 of Columbia’s varsity sports programs. Murphy came to Columbia after six years as Director of Athletics and Recreation at the University of Denver, where she led the Pioneers’ program from NCAA Division II to one of the nation’s top Division I athletics programs. Under Murphy’s leadership,

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ADMINISTRATION eight Denver sport programs made NCAA tournament appearances and, on four occasions, Denver teams won a national title. In 2003-04, Denver enjoyed its best season when it won the NCAA Division I Men’s Ice Hockey Championship, placed third in the NCAA Skiing Championship, and advanced to NCAA tournaments in women’s soccer, women’s tennis, and men and women’s golf. The scope of Denver’s athletics excellence was recognized nationally through the United States Sports Academy’s Directors’ Cup, which recognized the best overall athletics programs in the nation, determined by an award of points based on teams’ finishes. The University of Denver finished among the nation’s top third of athletics programs in each of its six years since becoming a Division I member in 1998-99. In 2004, the Pioneers set a University record when they finished 58th in the Directors’ Cup, in the top 20 percent of all NCAA Division I schools. Denver’s athletics program served as a model for national and regional academic, as well as athletics, excellence. The Pioneers gained numerous academic honors, among them the Sun Belt Conference Graduation Rate Award, which it earned for five consecutive years. Prior to joining the University of Denver, Murphy served as associate athletics director and senior woman administrator at Cornell University from 1995 to 1998. She oversaw nine Division I sports, marketing and promotions, sports information and alumni and booster activities. She helped hire football and basketball coaches and was an advocate for the coaches. Cornell enhanced its equity initiatives and increased its fundraising revenues under her guidance. From 1988 to 1995, she was the assistant athletics director at The University of Iowa, serving as the university’s lead administrator for external activities. She worked on behalf of Iowa’s coaches, and was effective in enhancing a strong compliance program. 

 Murphy began her athletics administrative career in 1987-88 as the assistant athletics director at Kentucky State University. From 1986 to 1988, she chaired the school’s Division of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, served as an associate professor and advised undergraduate students. Prior to becoming an athletics administrator, Murphy coached basketball for 13 years. She was the head women’s basketball coach at Shorter College (1973-76), Florida State University (1976-79) and Eastern Kentucky University (1979-86). Murphy was named the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) Administrator of the Year in 2004. She chaired the NCAA Division I Basketball Issues Committee from 2002 to 2004 and is currently is a member of the State Farm Wade Trophy Women’s Basketball Player of the Year Committee. She also served on the NCAA Certification and Diversity Committee and the Board of Directors for the Women’s Collegiate Sports Awards, the organization that presents the Honda Award and the Honda-Broderick Cup. She is active in several national organizations, including the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators (NACWAA), the National Association of College Directors of Athletics (NACDA) and the WBCA. She was named NACWAA’s Division I (Football Championship Subdivision) National Administrator of the Year for 2007-08 and served as NACWAA’s president during 2002-03. In 2004, NACDA honored her as the General Sports Turf West Athletic Director of the Year. The All-American Football Foundation has presented her with the Senior Sports Administrator Award.

 At Columbia, she helped initiate the University’s Sports Management master’s degree program. She serves on the faculty as an instructor. 

 Murphy holds a Ph.D. in administration and curriculum from Florida State (1980), and master’s (1973) and bachelor’s (1972) degrees from Tennessee Technological University. The Tennessee Tech Alumni Association honored her with its 2005 Distinguished Alumna Award. Florida State presented her with its “Grad Made Good” award at its 2005 Homecoming. She lives in Manhattan, near the Columbia campus.

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2013 ROSTER No. Name 1 Paul Delaney 2 Trevor Bell 4 Kelly Hilinski 5 John Keefe 6 Cameron Nizialek 7 Trevor McDonagh 8 Malcolm Thaxton 9 Toure Douglas 10 Nicholas Annabi 11 Mike Skalitzky 12 Brett Nottingham 13 Cameron Dunn 14 Kal Prince 15 Denzel Hill 16 Benjamin Kaplan 17 Lorenzo Bradford 18 Hank Trumbull 19 Scooter Hollis 20 Matthew Cahal 21 Jared Katz 22 Brock Kenyon 23 Marcorus Garrett 24 Marquel Carter 25 Ryan Flannery 25 Kevin McCarthy 26 Willie Peoples 27 Jeremy Mingo 28 Augie Braddock 29 Alan Watson 30 Luke Eddy 31 Cameron Molina 32 Tyler Feely 33 Bruce Grant 34 Gianmarco Rea 35 Vinny Pugliese 36 Tobia Parker 37 Steven Silvio 38 Joshua Foster 40 John Hunton 41 Travis Reim 42 Griffin Lowry 43 Connor Spears 45 Max Keefe 46 Tyler Kwiatkowski 47 John Brady

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Pos. K/P RB QB WR K/P QB DB WR DB DB QB WR DB WR WR DB QB WR DB DB DB RB DB WR DB DB DB DB RB K/P RB K/P DB LB LB LB RB DB TE DB RB TE LB LB LB

No. Name 91 Seyi Adebayo 57 Justin Aimonetti 58 Toba Akinleye 89 Joey Andrada 10 Nicholas Annabi 54 Jacob Ardron

Pos. DL OL DL WR DB LB

Ht. 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-1 6-1 6-1

Wt. 255 251 230 187 201 220

Yr. Hometown (Prev School) Sr. Glendale, Ariz. (Brophy College Prep) Fr. Redwood City, Calif. (Phillips Academy Andover) So. Brooklyn, N.Y. (Fort Hamilton) Sr. Piedmont, Calif. (Piedmont) Fr. El Paso, Texas (Coronado) So. Pomona, Calif. (Diamond Ranch)

2 Trevor Bell 63 Anthony Bonadies 28 Augie Braddock 17 Lorenzo Bradford 47 John Brady 52 Keith Brady

RB OL RB DB LB LB

5-8 180 6-5 294 6-1 206 5-10 161 6-1 229 6-2 207

So. Beaumont, Texas (Hamshire Fannett) Fr. Leonia, N.J. (Leonia) Jr. Inver Grove Heights, Minn. (St. Thomas Academy) Fr. Carlsbad, Calif. (La Costa Canyon/Red Mountain) Jr. Liberty Township, Ohio (Lakota East) Fr. Liberty Township, Ohio (Lakota East)

20 77 94 24 79 51 85

DB OL DL DB DL LB WR

6-1 185 6-5 260 6-3 283 6-0 195 6-4 264 5-10 223 6-0 201

So. Paradise Valley, Ariz. (Brophy College Prep) Jr. Countryside, Ill. (Lyons Township) Fr. Lexington, S.C. (Lexington) Sr. Culver City, Calif. (Culver City) Sr. Houston, Texas (Kinkaid School/Texas A&M) So. Montvale, N.J. (Saint Joseph Regional) So. North Olmsted, Ohio (Saint Edward)

1 Paul Delaney 83 Garrett DeMuth 86 Louis DiNovo 48 Andrew Dobitsch 9 Toure Douglas 13 Cameron Dunn 49 Nick Durham

K/P TE WR WR WR WR TE

6-3 203 6-4 227 5-11 183 5-10 176 6-4 196 6-3 210 6-2 230

Sr. Palatine, Ill. (Loyola Academy) Jr. Whitefish Bay, Wis. (Whitefish Bay) Sr. Loundonville, N.Y. (La Salle Institute) So. Old Tappan, N.J. (North Valley Regional) Fr. Vineland, N.J. (Vineland) Fr. Mason, Ohio (St. Xavier) So. Cincinnati, Ohio (Bishop Fenwick)

53 Brian East 30 Luke Eddy

LB 6-3 221 Sr. Carmel, Ind. (Carmel) K/P 6-3 205 Sr. Shirley, Mass. (Worcester Academy)

32 Tyler Feely 25 Ryan Flannery 38 Joshua Foster

K/P 6-0 178 Sr. Plant City, Fla. (Tampa Jesuit) WR 6-4 189 Jr. North Attleborough, Mass. (North Attleborough) DB 5-10 177 So. Delran, N.J. (Delran)

88 23 65 61 33 81

Hamilton Garner Marcorus Garrett Joe Ghergurovich Nathan Gibbs Bruce Grant Isaiah Gross

TE RB OL OL DB WR

6-5 245 5-11 202 6-3 257 6-5 278 5-11 188 6-2 183

Sr. Duluth, Ga. (Duluth) Sr. Marietta, Ga. (Alan C. Pope) Sr. Glastonbury, Conn. (Glastonbury) Fr. Hickory, N.C. (Hickory) Sr. White Plains, N.Y. (Fordham Prep) So. San Diego, Calif. (Poway)

4 15 19 40 75 16

Kelly Hilinski Denzel Hill Scooter Hollis John Hunton JD Hurt Benjamin Kaplan

QB WR WR TE DL WR

6-6 215 6-3 192 5-11 177 6-4 231 6-2 253 6-4 188

Fr. Claremont, Calif. (Notre Dame High School) Fr. Waldorf, Md. (North Point) So. Bowling Green, Ky. (Bowling Green) Fr. Fort Smith, Arkansas (Fort Smith Southside) So. Glen Cove, N.Y. (Saint Anthony’s) Fr. St. Charles, Ill. (Saint Charles North)

21 5 45 22 71

Jared Katz John Keefe Max Keefe Brock Kenyon Eric Kuklinski

DB WR LB DB OL

6-2 6-1 6-2 6-1 6-7

Fr. Manorville, N.Y. (St. Anthony’s) Jr. Shalimar, Fla. (Choctawhatchee) So. Shalimar, Fla. (Choctawhatchee) Fr. Austin, Texas (Lake Travis) So. Pleasant Valley, N.Y. (Arlington)

Matthew Cahal Tom Callahan William Carson Marquel Carter Wells Childress Mark Cieslak Chris Connors

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211 197 218 192 254

2013 ROSTER No. Name 46 Tyler Kwiatkowski

Pos. Ht. Wt. Yr. Hometown (Prev School) LB 6-3 211 Fr. Mount Carmel, Pa. (Mount Carmel Area)

73 69 96 42

Billy Lawrence Dylan Leonard Hunter Little Griffin Lowry

OL OL DL RB

6-7 6-3 6-5 6-0

261 243 245 207

So. Burr Ridge, Ill. (Saint Ignatius College Prep) Sr. McDonough, Ga. (Ola) Jr. Rockford, Tenn. (Webb School of Knoxville) Sr. St. Louis, Mo. (St. Louis University H.S.)

74 Marshall Markham 25 Kevin McCarthy 7 Trevor McDonagh 87 Zack McKown 90 Charles Melka 97 Nick Melka 27 Jeremy Mingo 31 Cameron Molina 99 Kyriakos Mourkakos

OL DB QB TE DL DL DB RB DL

6-4 265 6-0 190 6-2 206 6-2 221 6-4 230 6-2 231 6-0 200 5-10 196 6-3 238

So. Houston, Texas (Kinkaid) So. Hingham, Mass. (Hingham) So. St. Louis, Mo. (St. Louis University H.S.) Sr. Salt Lake City, Utah (Fork Union Military Academy) Fr. Glen Ellyn, Ill. (Benet Academy) Sr. Glen Ellyn, Ill. (Benet Academy) Sr. Akron, Ohio (Akron Firestone Senior) So. Broadlands, Va. (Tuscarora) Fr. Alpine, N.J. (Dwight Englewood)

84 Connor Nelligan 6 Cameron Nizialek 12 Brett Nottingham

WR 6-3 202 Jr. La Grange Park, Ill. (Benet Academy) K/P 6-2 197 Fr. Chantilly, Va. (Freedom) QB 6-4 217 Jr. Alamo, Calif. (Stanford University) (Monte Vista)

55 Zach Olinger 76 Kendall Pace

LB 6-1 227 Sr. Hoover, Ala. (Spain Park) OL 6-5 268 Fr. Suitland, Md. (Bishop McNamara)

93 78 26 56 14 35

DL OL DB LB DB LB

Niko Padilla Carey Parker Willie Peoples Ray Pesanello Kal Prince Vinny Pugliese

6-1 6-6 6-0 6-1 6-3 6-1

276 260 190 228 205 226

So. Dallas, Texas (Parish Episcopal School) Jr. San Antonio, Texas (Central Catholic) Fr. Cambridge, Mass. (Buckingham Browne & Nichols) Jr. Mahwah, N.J. (Mahwah) Jr. Owensboro, Ky. (Owensboro) Jr. Copley, Ohio (Walsh Jesuit)

72 Keith Ramljak 34 Gianmarco Rea 41 Travis Reim

OL 6-2 271 So. Westlake Village, Calif. (Westlake) LB 6-2 220 Fr. Birmingham, Mich. (Detroit Country Day School) DB 6-1 192 So. Cedar Park, Texas (Cedar Park)

66 Roy Schwartz 37 Steven Silvio 11 Mike Skalitzky 82 Dan Slivka 43 Connor Spears 50 Eric Stock

DL RB DB WR TE OL

6-2 231 5-10 220 6-1 184 6-3 210 6-6 235 6-1 245

Jr. Austin, Texas. (Westlake) Jr. Hoover, Ala. (Spain Park) Jr. Evergreen Park, Ill. (Marist) Jr. Allison Park, Pa. (North Allegheny) Fr. Dakota Dunes, S.D. (Bishop Heelan) Jr. Bernardsville, N.J. (Pingry School)

8 Malcolm Thaxton 64 Ryan Thomas 36 Parker Tobia 18 Hank Trumbull

DB OL LB QB

5-11 187 6-5 255 6-1 215 6-3 210

Jr. Fuquay Varina, N.C. (Fuquay Varina) Jr. Gainesville, Fla. (Buchholz) Fr. Park Ridge, N.J. (Bergen Catholic) So. Manhattan Beach, Calif. (Chadwick)

80 92 29 62

WR DL RB OL

6-0 6-4 5-9 6-3

Jr. San Antonio, Texas (Central Catholic) Jr. Oakland, Calif. (Bishop O’Dowd) Fr. New Albany, Ohio (New Albany) Fr. Northridge, Calif. (Crespi Carmelite)

Jake Wanamaker Chad Washington Alan Watson Ricky Wolff

70 Jimmy Yukevich

190 252 181 244

No. Name Pos. 48 Andrew Dobitsch WR 49 Durham, Nick TE 50 Eric Stock OL 51 Mark Cieslak LB 52 Keith Brady LB 53 Brian East LB 54 Jacob Ardron LB 55 Zach Olinger LB 56 Ray Pesanello LB 57 Justin Aimonetti OL 58 Toba Akinleye DL 61 Nathan Gibbs OL 62 Ricky Wolff OL 63 Anthony Bonadies OL 64 Ryan Thomas OL 65 Joe Ghergurovich OL 66 Roy Schwartz DL 69 Dylan Leonard OL 70 Jimmy Yukevich OL 71 Eric Kuklinski OL 72 Keith Ramljak OL 73 Billy Lawrence OL 74 Marshall Markham OL 75 JD Hurt OL 76 Kendall Pace OL 77 Tom Callahan OL 78 Carey Parker OL 79 Wells Childress DL 80 Jake Wanamaker WR 81 Isaiah Gross WR 82 Dan Slivka WR 83 Garrett DeMuth TE 84 Connor Nelligan WR 85 Chris Connors WR 86 Louis DiNovo WR 87 Zack McKown TE 88 Hamilton Garner TE 89 Joey Andrada WR 90 Charles Melka DL 91 Seyi Adebayo DL 92 Chad Washington DL 93 Niko Padilla DL 94 William Carson DL 96 Hunter Little DL 97 Nick Melka DL 99 Kyriakos Mourakos DL

OL 6-7 274 Sr. Palos Verdes, Calif. (Palos Verdes)

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2013 ROSTER BY CLASS Seniors (20) 91 Seyi Adebayo 89 Joey Andrada 24 Marquel Carter 79 Wells Childress 1 Paul Delaney 86 Louis DiNovo 53 Brian East 30 Luke Eddy 32 Tyler Feely 88 Hamilton Garner 23 Marcorus Garrett 65 Joe Ghergurovich 33 Bruce Grant 69 Dylan Leonard 42 Griffin Lowry 87 Zack McKown 97 Nick Melka 27 Jeremy Mingo 55 Zach Olinger 70 Jimmy Yukevich

DL WR DB DL P/K WR LB K/P K/P TE RB OL DB OL RB TE DL DB LB OL

Juniors (22) 28 Augie Braddock 47 John Brady 77 Tom Callahan 83 Garrett DeMuth 25 Ryan Flannery 5 John Keefe 96 Hunter Little 84 Connor Nelligan 12 Brett Nottingham 78 Carey Parker 56 Ray Pesanello 14 Kal Prince 35 Vinny Pugliese 66 Roy Schwartz 37 Steven Silvio 11 Mike Skalitzky 82 Dan Sliva 50 Eric Stock 8 Malcolm Thaxton 64 Ryan Thomas 80 Jake Wanamaker 92 Chad Washington

DB LB OL TE WR WR DL WR QB OL LB DB LB DL RB DB WR DL DB OL WR DL

Sophomores (23) 58 Toba Akinleye 54 Jacob Ardron 2 Trevor Bell 20 Matthew Cahal 51 Mark Cieslak 85 Chris Connors 48 Andrew Dobitsch 49 Nick Durham 38 Joshua Foster 81 Isaiah Gross 19 Scooter Hollis 75 JD Hurt 45 Max Keefe 71 Eric Kuklinski 73 Billy Lawrence 74 Marshall Markham 25 Kevin McCarthy 7 Trevor McDonagh 31 Cameron Molina 93 Niko Padilla 72 Keith Ramljak 41 Travis Reim 18 Hank Trumbull

DL LB RB DB LB WR WR TE DB WR WR DL LB OL OL OL DB QB RB DL OL DB QB

First-Years (25) 57 Justin Aimonetti OL 10 Nicholas Annabi SS 63 Anthony Bonadies DL 17 Lorenzo Bradford CB 52 Keith Brady LB 94 William Carson DL 9 Toure Douglas WR 13 Cameron Dunn WR 61 Nathan Gibbs OL 4 Kelly Hilinski QB 15 Denzel Hill WR 16 Benjamin Kaplan WR 21 Jared Katz DB 22 Brock Kenyon CB 46 Tyler Kwiatkowski LB 90 Charles Melka DL 99 Kyriakos Mourkakos DL 6 Cameron Nizialek P/K 76 Kendall Pace OL 26 Willie Peoples DB 34 Gianmarco Rea LB 43 Connor Spears TE 36 Parker Tobia LB 29 Alan Watson RB 62 Ricky Wolff OL

STARTERS RETURNING/LOST Returning Players BOLD CAPS OFFENSE FB RB STEVEN MARCORUS SILVIO GARRETT QB Sean Brackett WR CHRIS CONNERS

TE LT LG C RG RT HAMILTON KEITH JIMMY RYAN ERIC BILLY GARNER RAMLJAK YUKEVICH THOMAS STOCK LAWRENCE

CB DE TRAVIS Josh REIM Martin

DT Shad Sommers

DE SEYI ADEBAYO

LB LB LB Mike ZACH Ryan Waller OLINGER Murphy

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DT Greg Lee

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SS FS Mike MARQUEL DiTomasso CARTER

WR CONNOR NELLIGAN CB Brian DeVeau

2013 ROSTER BY POSITION Offensive Line (15) 57 Justin Aimonetti 63 Anthony Bonadies 77 Tom Callahan 65 Joe Ghergurovich 61 Nathan Gibbs 71 Eric Kuklinski 73 Billy Lawrence 69 Dylan Leonard 74 Marshall Markham 76 Kendall Pace 78 Carey Parker 72 Keith Ramljak 64 Ryan Thomas 62 Ricky Wolff 70 Jimmy Yukevich

Fr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. So. So. Sr. So. Fr. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. Sr.

Quarterbacks (4) 7 Trevor McDonagh So. 12 Brett Nottingham Jr. 18 Hank Trumbull So. 4 Kelly Hilinski Fr. Running Backs (6) 28 Augie Braddock 23 Marcorus Garrett 42 Griffin Lowry 31 Cameron Molina 37 Steven Silvio 29 Alan Watson

Jr. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. Fr.

Defensive Line (13) 91 Seyi Adebayo Sr. 58 Toba Akinleye So. 94 William Carson Fr. 79 Wells Childress Sr. 75 JD Hurt So. 96 Hunter Little Jr. 90 Charles Melka Fr. 97 Nick Melka Sr. 99 Kyriakos Mourkakos Fr. 93 Niko Padilla So. 66 Roy Schwartz Jr. 50 Eric Stock Jr. 92 Chad Washington Jr. Linebackers (12) 54 Jacob Ardron 47 John Brady 52 Keith Brady 51 Mark Cieslak 53 Brian East 45 Max Keefe 46 Tyler Kwiatkowski 55 Zach Olinger 56 Ray Pesanello 35 Vinny Pugliese 34 Gianmarco Rea 36 Parker Tobia

So. Jr. Fr. So. Sr. So. Fr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr.

Tight Ends (5) 83 Garrett DeMuth 49 Nick Durham 88 Hamilton Garner 87 Zack McKown 43 Connor Spears

Jr. So. Sr. Sr. Fr.

Wide Receivers (15) 89 Joey Andrada 85 Chris Connors 86 Louis DiNovo 48 Andrew Dobitsch 9 Toure Douglas 13 Cameron Dunn 81 Isaiah Gross 15 Denzel Hill 19 Scooter Hollis 25 Ryan Flannery 16 Benjamin Kaplan 5 John Keefe 84 Connor Nelligan 82 Dan Sliva 80 Jake Wanamaker

Sr. So. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr.

Defensive Backs (16) 10 Nicholas Annabi 2 Trevor Bell 17 Lorenzo Bradford 20 Matthew Cahal 24 Marquel Carter 38 Joshua Foster 33 Bruce Grant 21 Jared Katz 22 Brock Kenyon 25 Kevin McCarthy 27 Jeremy Mingo 26 Willie Peoples 14 Kal Prince 41 Travis Reim 11 Mike Skalitzky 8 Malcolm Thaxton

Fr. So. Fr. So. Sr. So. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. Jr. So. Jr. Jr.

Kickers/Punters (4) 1 Paul Delaney 30 Luke Eddy 32 Tyler Feely 6 Cameron Nizialek

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PETE MANGURIAN PATRICIA & SHEPARD ALEXANDER HEAD COACH OF FOOTBALL SECOND SEASON LSU ‘78

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eter K. Mangurian (pronounced Man - GUHR - ee an), veteran NFL coach and former Ivy League head football coach, was named Columbia University's Patricia and Shepard Alexander Head Coach of Football in December 2011.

In his first year at the helm, Mangurian guided the Lions to three victories, highlighted by a thrilling season opening 10-9 triumph over Marist and an Empire State Bowl win over Cornell. The Lions saw four players earn All-Ivy League honors, including first team nods for defensive end Josh Martin, who was signed by the Kansas City Chiefs in April, and senior running back Marcorus Garrett. Mangurian has more than 30 years of football coaching experience in the Football Championship Subdivision, Bowl Championship Subdivision and the National Football League. He has coached in five bowl games, four with Louisiana State University, including two Sugar Bowls. In the NFL, he coached in four AFC Championships and two Super Bowls. No stranger to the Ivy League, Mangurian was the head football coach at Cornell University from 1998-2000, compiling a 16-14 overall record, but bringing Cornell from last place in the Ivy League in 1998, to third in 1999 and second in 2000. Mangurian posted a 10-4 Ivy League record in 1999-2000, marking the best two-year conference record in Cornell history. "Pete Mangurian is an outstanding football coach," Dr. M. Dianne Murphy said. "He brings tremendous experience with a plethora of impressive mentors, including Bill Arnsparger, Dan Reeves and Bill Belichick. He has worked in great organizations under Pat Bowlen, owner of the Denver Broncos, and Robert K. Kraft '63CC, owner of the New England Patriots. Pete's experience speaks for itself." "As soon as I stepped on campus, I was energized. What excited me the most was that every person I spoke to had the same enthusiasm, commitment and passion for the athletics program and the football program in particular," Mangurian said. "We will need collaboration to be successful, and I felt that immediately. This is a tremendous opportunity to give this outstanding university an outstanding football program. "I must thank President Bollinger, Bill Campbell, Susan Feagin, James Valentini, Don Jackson, Ted Gregory, Kevin Ward, Ray Tellier and Dianne Murphy for this fantastic

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COACHING STAFF Chair, University Trustees William V. Campbell '62CC, Columbia College Interim Dean James Valentini and Special Advisor to the President Susan K. Feagin '74GS is greatly appreciated and critical in hiring our new head football coach."

THE MANGURIAN FILE Southern Methodist University (1979-80) Offensive Line Coach New Mexico State (1981) Offensive Line Coach Stanford University (1982-83) Offensive Line Coach

opportunity," Mangurian concluded.

Louisiana State University (1984-87) Offensive Line Coach * Four Bowl appearances, including trips to the Sugar Bowl in in 1984 and 1986. * Coached All-Americans Lance Smith (1984) & Nacho Albergamo (1987)

Mangurian began his coaching career in 1979-80 at Southern Methodist University as an offensive line coach. He coached the offensive line at New Mexico State and Stanford before returning to his alma mater, LSU in 1984. With the Tigers, Magurian coached in two Sugar Bowls, the Liberty Bowl and the 1987 Gator Bowl.

Denver Broncos (1988-92) Tight Ends/Half Backs & Offensive Line Coach * 1989 AFC Champions/Super Bowl XXIV Appearance

In 1988, Mangurian began a long stint in the NFL, first with head coach Dan Reeves and the Denver Broncos for five years as a tight end/half backs coach and offensive line coach.

Atlanta Falcons (1997, 2001-03) Offensive Line Coach Offensive Coordinator (2003)

Mangurian moved with Coach Reeves to the New York Giants from 1993-96, and then to the Atlanta Falcons in 1997.

Cornell Univeristy (1998-2000) Head Coach 16-14 Overall, 11-10 Ivy League

After a very successful three years as the head football coach at Cornell University (1998-2000), Mangurian reunited with Reeves in Atlanta as the offensive line coach and then as the offensive coordinator in 2002-03. To round out his NFL coaching career, Mangurian spent four years with the New England Patriots coaching the tight ends (2005-2008) and two years with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2009-10). "I want to thank members of the search advisory committee, which include Associate Athletics Director Ray Tellier and football alumni Ted Gregory '74CC, Don Jackson '73CC, and Kevin Ward '74CC. Their perspective, advice and counsel was instrumental in conducting this search," Dr. Murphy said. "I also want to thank University leadership for their commitment to our football program. The support of President Lee C. Bollinger,

New York Giants (1993-96) Offensive Coach

New England Patriots (2005-08) Tight Ends Coach * 2007 AFC Champions/Super Bowl XLII Appearance Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2009-10) Offensive Line Coach Columbia University (2012-Present) Patricia and Shepard Alexander Head Coach Career Head Coaching Record 19-21 Overall, 13-15 Ivy League

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JAIME ELIZONDO

OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR/QUARTERBACKS SECOND SEASON MARYLAND ‘97

Jaime Elizondo was named Columbia's offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach in March 2012. Elizondo’s scheme allowed All-Ivy League running back Marcorus Garrett to flourish in 2012. Garrett rushed for 957 yards, the second best single-season effort in school history and the most by a Lion since the 2000. Elizondo came to Columbia after spending two seasons in the Canadian Football League as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach for the Toronto Argonauts. With a proven track record in the NFL, NCAA and CFL, he quickly caught the attention of Columbia Head Football Coach Pete Mangurian. “Jaime (Elizondo) was at the top of my list when I was putting together my staff, and he is a natural fit,” said Mangurian. “He has offensive coordinator experience at a high level. He’s coached quarterbacks at a high level, and I’m happy to have him on board.” At Toronto, Elizondo coached three offensive players to 2010 CFLPA All-Star honors and helped the Argonauts reach the 2010 East Division Finals. In 2009, he coached the wide receivers at Syracuse including Mike Williams, a finalist for the Fred Biletnikoff Award presented to the nation’s best collegiate receiver. Prior to that, Elizondo was the wide receivers/assistant special teams coach for the Montreal Alouettes in 2008. The Alouettes had three all-star receivers in Ben Cahoon, Kerry Watkins and Jamel Richardson that year. All three receivers were in the top five of the CFL in receiving yardage and helped the Alouettes reach the Grey Cup Finals. During his time in Montreal, the Alouettes led the CFL in total passing touchdowns, total yards and scoring. From 2004-07, Elizondo served as the wide receivers and special teams coach at Hofstra in addition to serving as the team's recruiting coordinator. At Hofstra, the Pride featured the Atlantic 10’s leading receiver each season and in 2007, ranked sixth nationally in punt return average.

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At Hofstra, Elizondo mentored Charles Sullivan, Marques Colston, Devale Ellis, Shaine Smith, Kyle Arrington and Khareem Huggins who all went on to successful careers in the NFL. In his final year at Hofstra, Elizondo was selected to participate in the Bill Walsh Minority Fellowship Program with the New Orleans Saints. During his fellowship, he worked with the Saints’ wide receivers and special teams units. Elizondo began his coaching career as the defensive coordinator and secondary coach at Georgetown Prep in Rockville, Maryland. After serving as the assistant recruiting coordinator at the University of Maryland in 2000, Elizondo broke into the college coaching ranks as the special teams coordinator and defensive backs coach for Catholic University in 2001. From 2002-03, he was the tight ends and special teams co-coordinator at William & Mary.

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CHRIS RIPPON

DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR/SECONDARY FIRST SEASON SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT STATE ‘82

Chris Rippon, a veteran NCAA Division I football coach with significant experience at both the Bowl Subdivision and Championship Subdivision levels, was named defensive coordinator and secondary coach at by Patricia and Shepard Alexander Head Coach of Football Pete Mangurian in February of 2013. Chris Rippon brings more than 29 years of collegiate football coaching experience to the Columbia Football staff, having been involved in more than 120 victories at the NCAA Division I level. “Chris’s background fits well with our team philosophy. He has coached at the highest levels of college football, and knows ‘New York’ high school football. He is committed to making this transition easy for our players, which is very easy to say and hard to do,” Coach Mangurian said. “I have total confidence in his experience and his ability to not only adapt, but bring new ideas to our football team. Experience, work ethic, energy and a great communicator, Chris will make our players and our staff better.” Rippon just recently served as the defensive coordinator at Marshall from 2010-2012. At Marshall, he also coached the linebackers. Rippon served as special teams coordinator at Rutgers in 2008 and helped the Scarlet Knights to a win in the PapaJohns.com Bowl. He has 19 years of NCAA FBS coaching experience that includes five years as defensive coordinator at Syracuse University and a total of nine years as a special teams coordinator with stops at Syracuse, Ole Miss and Rutgers. Rippon served as special teams coordinator and defensive backs coach at Ole Miss from 2005-2008 after spending the previous 12 seasons under Paul Pasqualoni at Syracuse. During his time with the Orange, he served as defensive coordinator (1999-2003) before taking on the title of assistant head coach and special teams coordinator in 2004. He came to SU as a linebackers coach in 1993 and moved to coaching defensive ends in 1994. He served as the special teams coordinator from 1995 to 1999 while also coaching linebackers.

During Rippon’s tenure at Syracuse, the Orange produced many record setting performances on defense and special teams that translated into one of the top eras in Syracuse history. His 1999 defensive unit was one of the nation’s top-15 defenses throughout the season and the following year Syracuse ranked in the Top 25 nationally in multiple defensive categories. The 2001 SU defense accumulated an impressive 40 quarterback sacks, the second most in school history, and forced 30 turnovers, the most takeaways during Paul Pasqualoni’s coaching tenure at SU. His special teams units produced three All-American return specialists in Marvin Harrison, Quinton Spotwood and Kevin Johnson. While coaching at Syracuse, Rippon was on the coaching staff of teams that won or shared the 1996, 1997, 1998 and 2004 BIG EAST Championships and participated in the 1996 Gator, 1997 Liberty, 1998 Fiesta, 1999 Orange, 1999 Music City, 2001 Insight.com and 2004 Champs Sports Bowl. He also coached in the 2002 Blue-Gray Senior Classic. Over the course of his career Rippon has coached 22 players that have been drafted into the National Football League, including five first-round draft picks. Rippon is a 1982 graduate of Southern Connecticut State, where he played football and earned a degree in physical education. He received his master’s degree in agency counseling from Western Connecticut State in 1985. After graduating from Southern Connecticut, Rippon served as a graduate assistant at Western Connecticut State under Pasqualoni. He was promoted to defensive coordinator and assistant director of athletics in 1984 before being promoted to head coach when Pasqualoni left to join the Syracuse staff in 1987. After three seasons as head coach he moved on to Boston University where he spent three years as defensive coordinator.

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ED ARGAST OFFENSIVE LINE FIFTH SEASON COLGATE ‘78

Ed Argast is in his fifth season as the offensive line coach at Columbia and is in his second season on the current coaching staff alongside Pete Mangurian. After coming to Columbia in February 2009, Argast mentored three-time first team All-Ivy League standout Jeff Adams to an All-American senior season and All-Ivy League honors in 2009, 2010 and 2011. Fellow offensive lineman Scott Ward gained All-Ivy honorable mention in 2011. In 2009, as an offense, Columbia finished in the top three in the Ivy League in rushing offense (second), total offense (third) and points per game (third) for the first time since 1994. “Ed Argast has tremendous experience and the demeanor I was looking for in an offensive line coach,” Mangurian said. “Ed is a great football coach, which encompasses being a teacher, mentor, and a student of the game. He is the kind of coach that every staff needs. Attitude of an offense begins up front and I have tremendous confidence in Ed’s ability to create the attitude we need.” Argast came to Columbia after serving as the offensive coordinator at Fordham. While at Fordham, in addition to coordinating the offense, Argast coached the offensive line and placekickers. In 2007, the Argast-led Fordham offense finished second in the Patriot League in scoring offense, averaging 29.0 points per game, after averaging 12.0 points per game in 2006. The Fordham offense had six players earn All-Patriot League honors, including freshman running back Xavier Martin, who earned 2007 Patriot League Rookie of the Year honors. As the offensive coordinator at Central Connecticut State in 2004 and 2005, Argast helped the Blue Devils set a new school record in scoring with 261 points in 2004 as well as leading the Northeast Conference (NEC) in total offense in 2004 with 361.7 yards/game. During a five-game winning streak that season, Central Connecticut set a school record by scoring 28 points or more in each of the five games.

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In total, the Blue Devil offense posted 27 or more points in eight of the ten games in 2004 and produced the NEC’s Offensive Player of the Year and Offensive Rookie of the Year. Several other Central Connecticut offensive records fell in 2004, including most touchdown passes in a year. Prior to his two years at Central Connecticut, Argast was the offensive coordinator at Wagner College in 2003 while also serving as the quarterbacks coach for the Seahawks. Before joining the staff at Wagner, Argast was the head coach at Canisius College for three years (1999-2002). Argast also spent 12 years on the staff at his alma mater, Colgate University, holding the positions of defensive line coach, recruiting coordinator, offensive coordinator and offensive line coach. Prior to Colgate, Argast spent six seasons at the United States Merchant Marine Academy in Kings Point, N.Y. following stops at Princeton and Bates College. He is an active member of the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA). A three-year letterwinner for the Red Raiders, Argast earned a degree in Political Science in 1978 and a Master’s in Education from Rutgers in 1985. He was inducted into the Seton Hall Prep Athletics Hall of Fame in 1997. Argast and his wife, Jane, have five children: Deirdre, Daniel, Charles, Patrick and Jack.

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WENDELL DAVIS WIDE RECEIVERS SECOND SEASON LSU ‘88

Wendell Davis joined the Columbia football staff in March 2012. A former two-time first-team All-America at Louisiana State University and wide receiver for the Chicago Bears and Indianapolis Colts, Davis coaches Columbia's wide receivers.

and coached at Palo Alto High School in 2011-12. Just recently, Davis coached in the East-West Shrine Game.

In 2012, Columbia saw a young receiving core blossom with the help of Davis. Junior Connor Nelligan posted 62 catches and 636 yards the most for a Lion wideout since 2007. Chris Connors emerged as the team’s No. 2 threat late in the year, leading the team with three touchdown grabs and 376 yards in five starts. Davis was an assistant wide receivers coach/offensive quality control with the San Francisco 49ers in 2009-2010,

GORDIE SAMMIS TIGHT ENDS SECOND SEASON VIRGINIA ‘07

Gordie Sammis joined the Columbia football staff in December 2011 after working at his alma mater, the University of Virginia. At Columbia, Sammis will coach the tight ends and assist with the offensive line.

season. He was granted a redshirt for the 2004 campaign and played in six contests as a sophomore in 2005, primarily on special teams. He was awarded his first letter following the 2006 campaign when he played in all but two games.

Sammis helped Hamilton Garner enjoy another fine season in 2012 with 28 catches, 336 receiving yards and a touchdown. For his efforts, Garner was added to the 2013 CFPA Preseason Watch List.

As a senior, Sammis played in the final 11 games of the season including the 2008 Gator Bowl to earn his second letter. That season he started against Pittsburgh and Middle Tennessee, both UVa victories, due to an injury to Eugene Monroe that forced some movement on the offensive line.

At Virginia, Sammis spent the 2010 season as an on-field graduate assistant at Virginia. In 2011, he coached the Cavaliers’ tight ends. Sammis was a two-year letterwinner at Virginia, playing on both the offensive line and on special teams. A 2007 Virginia graduate, Sammis played for the Cavaliers from 2003-07 as an offensive guard, appearing in 34 games during his career. Sammis was one of seven true freshmen to play during the 2003

Following his graduation, Sammis worked as a football coach and weight room assistant at the Pingry School in Martinsville, N.J., until July of 2009. He interned with the Warren police department for four months in the fall of 2009. Sammis then resumed work on his graduate degree at UVa’s Curry School of Education in 2009 in administartion and supervision. A prep All-American at Immaculata High School in Flemington, N.J., Sammis played in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. 2013 COLUMBIA FOOTBALL

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MATT THURIN SPECIAL TEAMS COORDINATOR/ ASSISTANT SECONDARY SECOND SEASON BALDWIN-WALLACE COLLEGE ‘07 Matt Thurin joined the Columbia football staff in February 2012 as the program’s special teams coordinator and will assist with the secondary. Under his tutelage, the Lions special teams showed vast improvement in 2012. Alec Fisher led the Ivy League, averaging 8.4 yards per punt return and was joined by Trevor Bell, who ranked among the kickoff return leaders. Punter Paul Delaney enjoyed a breakout season in 2012, registering 39.6 yards per punt and pinned opponents inside the 20 on 14 occasions to earn a spot on the 2013 CFPA Preseason Watch List. Thurin came to Morningside Heights after a year as an assistant coach at the University of Colorado. While there, he was an offensive graduate assistant, focusing on the offensive line and special teams. He coached punt team, kickoff returns, scout team defense and scout special teams. Thurin developed scouting reports and was involved with game plans with offensive staff.

Prior to his time at Colorado, Thurin spent three years from 2008-11 at the University of Akron, where he received a master’s degree in education. While at Akron, Thurin was a defensive assistant, coaching linebackers and special teams. He also assisted with the defensive backs for a year at Akron. Thurin assisted the defensive staff in all daily operations and developed hit charts, practice plans and assisted with game planning from week to week. Thurin also spent a year at Walsh University in Ohio, where he was the tight ends and assistant offensive line coach. Thurin worked on both sides of the ball at Walsh, helping the offensive and defensive staff in daily operations. Thurin played football and baseball at Baldwin-Wallace College in his home state of Ohio. Thurin graduated in 2007 with a bachelor’s degree in early childhood education and was a student coach at his alma mater, where he gained experience coaching the defensive line and defensive backs.

MIKE COOKE

LINEBACKERS SECOND SEASON CENTRAL CONNECTICUT STATE ‘09

Mike Cooke joined the Columbia football staff in January 2012 as a defensive assistant, working specifically with the Lions’ linebackers.

A captain as a senior, Cooke finished the season with 54 tackles, including nine for a loss, and had three sacks. That season, the Blue Devils finished with a 7-4 record.

Zach Olinger and Mike Waller enjoyed the finest years of their careers under Cooke in 2012. Olinger was a second team All-Ivy Leaguer, posting a team-best 89 tackles to go with a sack and interception returned for a touchdown. Waller saw his numbers improve by 30 (47-77) tackles from his junior to senior season to earn All-Ivy League honorable mention status.

The Brooklyn native spent two seasons with the Blue Devils after transferring from Lackawanna Junior College where he was also a captain in his final season.

In 2011, Cooke coached Central Connecticut State’s linebackers where he guided Lorenzo Baker to his first All-Northeast Conference postseason honor. Cooke also coached for two seasons at Brooklyn’s Boys & Girls High School, his alma mater. Cooke was a second team all-conference selection in his senior season at Central Connecticut State in 2008.

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In his two seasons at Central Connecticut State, Cooke amassed 94 total tackles, including 33 solo, and had five sacks. He had one fumble recovery and one forced fumble in 22 games. Cooke graduated from Central Connecticut State in 2009 with a bachelor’s degree in sociology and marketing.

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CHAD NICE RUNNING BACKS SECOND SEASON CORNELL ‘05

Chad Nice joined Pete Mangurian’s staff in December 2011 to work with Columbia’s running backs and assist with special teams. Working with Nice in 2012, Marcorus Garrett broke out as a first team All-Ivy League selection, amassing 957 yards on the ground to go with five rushing touchdowns. “Chad Nice understands what we are about to go through in rebuilding our program. He went through it with us at Cornell. Chad was a tough, smart player who loved football,” Mangurian said. “He has worked as a young coach to take advantage of his opportunities. Chad’s experience as a coordinator adds unique depth to our offensive staff.”

Nice came to Columbia after coaching at the United States Merchant Marine Academy from 2008-11. In his first two years, he guided the quarterbacks and the wide receivers before being promoted to offensive coordinator in 2010. During that time, the USMMA’s offense finished first or second in most major offensive categories, including scoring offense, first downs, and rushing in 2010, and rushing yards, yards per rush and yards per pass attempt in 2011. Nice earned his bachelor’s degree in applied economics and management from Cornell in 2005. He was a threeyear starter and letterwinner for the Big Red, playing running back, wide receiver and as a kick returner.

ALVIN SMITH DEFENSIVE LINE SECOND SEASON OREGON STATE ‘06

Alvin Smith, a former All-Pac 10 defensive lineman, was named to Coach Mangurian’s staff in December 2011 and works with the team’s defensive line. Smith helped Josh Martin achieve first team All-Ivy League honors in 2012 after he posted 6.5 sacks and was signed as a free agent by the Kansas City Chiefs in April 2013. “Alvin Smith brings experience from the highest levels of college football. He is a high- energy young coach with a tremendous work ethic and a relentless drive to be the best,” Mangurian added. “Coaching the defensive line is about attitude and discipline, and I see both those qualities in Alvin. He was a great player and he will be a great coach for our defensive linemen.”

State, and also spent time with the Cleveland Browns and in NFL Europe. In 2011, Smith was a defensive graduate assistant at Arizona State, and prior to that he worked with the defensive line at Portland State. Smith also interned with Oregon State’s football program in 2009. Smith was a three-time letterwinner for Oregon State from 2003-05 and earned All-Pac 10 honors in 2005.

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JOHN CAVALIER ASSISTANT ATHLETICS DIRECTOR, FOOTBALL AND SPECIAL EVENTS THIRD SEASON ST. JOHN’S ‘04 John Cavalier joined the football staff in April 2010. In 2012, he was named Assistant Athletic Director for Football and Special Events, taking on additional responsibilities working alongside head coach Pete Mangurian.

team’s linebackers. Cavalier is a 2004 graduate of St. John’s, where he graduated with a degree in sports management.

Cavalier came to Morningside Heights after serving at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy since February 2006. In his role as director of football operation responsibilities, he helped assist in several areas within the football program, including alumni relations, equipment and team travel. During the 2005 season, Cavalier was an assistant football coach at the Merchant Marine Academy, working with the

JANSEN PETAGNA DIRECTOR OF FOOTBALL OPERATIONS SECOND SEASON LSU ‘11

Jansen Petagna joined the Columbia football staff in July 2012 as the team’s Director of Football Operations. A 2011 graduate of Louisiana State University, Petagna joined the Columbia staff after serving three years as an intern with the New Orleans Saints. Petagna will handle Columbia’s daily football operations, including travel, housing, team meals, training camp and practice organization. Petagna will serve as the staff’s external operations liaison and will be the staff’s contact for the National Football League. With the Saints, Petagna was a football operations intern. He updated the Saints’ free agent board, complete character and injury reports and helped transport players around the Saints’ complex.

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A Dean’s List student at LSU, Petagna graduated with a bachelor’s degree of Sports Administration in Kinesiology.

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GREG LAMB VIDEO COORDINATOR FIFTH SEASON PITZER ‘09

Greg Lamb joined the Columbia football staff in 2009 as the team’s video coordinator and is in his fifth season on the staff. A 2009 graduate of Pitzer College in California, Lamb was Pomona-Pitzer’s football team manager and video coordinator during all four years of college. While at Pomona-Pitzer, Lamb oversaw football team operations, including training, player and video equipment. He edited game and practice film and collaborated with opponents for tape exchanges. At the same time, Lamb trained and supervised a staff of four students to break down game and practice film.

Lamb also served as the baseball team manager and statistician during his time at Pomona-Pitzer. In that role, he assisted in the sports information office and helped handle the equipment before and after games. A native of Southern California, Lamb graduated from Pitzer with a bachelor’s degree in economics and politics. In 2012, He completed his Master’s degree in Sports Management at Columbia.

LIZ TINTO

ASSISTANT COORDINATOR OF RECRUITING & OPERATIONS SECOND SEASON AUBURN ‘09

Liz Tinto is in her second year on the Columbia football staff as the team’s assistant coordinator of recruiting and operations after spending the 2012 season as an office assistant. Tinto assists with recruiting, football special events and day-today office operations. Tinto also helps manage the football program’s Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts and assists in the production and editing of multimedia content.

NCAA Division I National Championship team, the Tiger’s first team title in program history.

Before joining the Lions’ staff, Tinto got her start in collegiate football after spending the 2011-2012 academic year at the University of Colorado. While with the Buffaloes, Tinto served as a recruiting and operations intern for the football program. Prior to her time at Colorado, Tinto was an Equestrian studentathlete at Auburn University and studied Animal Science/ Pre-Veterinary Medicine. In 2006, she was a member of the 2013 COLUMBIA FOOTBALL

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JIM GOSSETT

ASSOCIATE ATHLETICS DIRECTOR FOR SPORTS MEDICINE/HEAD ATHLETIC TRAINER 35TH YEAR INDIANA STATE ‘78 Jim Gossett is one of the best-known and most highly honored athletic trainers in the nation. Gossett is in his 35th year at Columbia, his 30th as head athletic trainer. He administers a staff of seven full-time assistants that works with all 29 Columbia teams and operates modern training facilities on the main campus and at Baker Athletics Complex. He has worked with most of Columbia’s teams, but has been particularly identified with football, soccer, fencing, rowing and wrestling. He is in his 26th season as the head athletic trainer for football. Gossett has worked with several championship squads, including the men and women’s fencing team, which won two NCAA championships while he was associated with them. He worked with men’s soccer and wrestling from 1979 to 1983, when they won a combined eight Ivy League titles and made two trips to the Final Four. As a well-known athletic trainer in the New York Metropolitan area, Gossett was selected recently to serve as a spokesperson for Gatorade, Inc., and the National Athletic Trainers Association. His role is to promote healthy practices in order to prevent heat-related illness during the hot weather months, and to serve as a resource, including on-air interviews, for CBS, NBC, ABC and Fox television affiliates in the New York area. The New York State Board of Regents reappointed Gossett to the State Committee for Athletic Trainers. His five-year appointment is to the State Board for Professions, which regulates athletic trainers in New York State. On the national scene, Gossett served as a NFL Certified ATC spotter at Super Bowl XLVII in 2013 where he observed for possible head and neck injuries and reported back to the team’s medical staff. Internationally, Gossett was the head athletic trainer for the United States fencing team in the 1991 World University Games in Sheffield, England, and spent three seasons as trainer of the U.S. National Lightweight Crew. He was athletic trainer for rowing at the 1988 Olympic Sports Festival, and for track & field at the 1987 Festival and Pan American Games. He also spent four summers as athletic trainer for

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the ABCD/Nike basketball camps. Gossett has been frequently honored for his work. In 2004, he was presented the Dan Libera Service Award for outstanding contribution to the Board of Certification, while in 2003, he was honored by the National Athletic Trainers Association with the Most Outstanding Athletic Trainer Award, for which he was nominated and chosen by his peers, and received the All-American Football Foundation’s Outstanding Athletic Trainer Award. Previously, he had been honored by the New York State Athletic Trainers Association with the Thomas J. Sheehan, Sr. Award, its highest honor, and by the Eastern Athletic Trainers Association (EATA) with the Joseph A. Blankowitsch Award. A former president of the EATA, he was further honored with the 1994 Cramer Award for outstanding service, presented by Cramer Products in conjunction with the EATA. Gossett, a native of Indianapolis, attended Indiana State University, graduating in 1978. He joined the Columbia staff in August 1979, shortly after receiving his master’s degree from the University of Arizona. Jim and his wife Dianne, the former director of the Baker Athletics Complex, now manager of Columbia’s famed Nevis Laboratories, live in Ardsley, N.Y., with their son, Bryant, who attends Hofstra University.

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JUMPEI HARADA ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER SEVENTH SEASON ALABAMA ‘00

Jumpei Harada joined the Columbia training staff in July 2007 as an assistant athletic trainer and works with football, lacrosse and women’s swimming. Harada came to Morningside Heights from Pennsylvania State University, where he served as an assistant athletic trainer, working with football for three years. During this time, the Nittany Lions attended two bowl games (FedEx Orange Bowl and Outback Bowl). Previously, Harada also worked as an athletic training intern with the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2004, and as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at the University of Florida for two years.

From 2001 to 2002, he was the head athletic trainer for Japan’s Women’s National FID Basketball team, which participated in the World FID Basketball Tournament in Portugal. Harada graduated from the University of Alabama in 2000 with a bachelor’s degree in human environmental science with an athletic training certification. In 2004, Harada also received a master’s degree in health and human performance with a focus in athletic training and sports medicine from the University of Florida.

CRAIG LaBIANCO ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER FOURTH SEASON SALISBURY ‘03

Craig LaBianco joined the Columbia athletic training staff in August 2010. He works primarily with the Lions’ football and baseball teams. LaBianco comes to Morningside Heights after four years at James Caldwell High School in West Caldwell, N.J. where he was the head athletic trainer responsible for the evaluation, treatment, rehabilitation and care of 500 student-athletes. For the past five years, LaBianco has also worked at JAG Physical Therapy in West Orange, N.J. as an athletic training clinician. At JAG, LaBianco facilitated rehabilitation for patients and athletes and was the continuing education coordinator.

Newark Bears, a professional baseball team in the Atlantic League. LaBianco has extensive baseball experience, having completed internships with the Tampa Bay Rays, Hudson Valley Renegades and at Eastern Kentucky, from where he received a master of science degree in physical education in 2004. LaBianco graduated from Salisbury University in 2003 with a bachelor’s degree in exercise science. An avid golfer, LaBianco and his wife, Danielle, live in Hasbrouck Heights, N.J.

Prior to working at Caldwell, LaBianco was the head athletic trainer at St. Benedict’s Prep in Newark for two years. In 2005, he also served as the head athletic trainer of the 2013 COLUMBIA FOOTBALL

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WILLIAM LEVINE, M.D. CHIEF TEAM PHYSICIAN 16TH SEASON STANFORD ‘86

Dr. William Levine is now in his 16th year as the Head Team Physician for Columbia, responsible for providing care for all 31 intercollegiate athletic teams. He began his tenure with Columbia in 1998 when he was named Director of Sports Medicine at Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center (now Columbia University Medical Center). He is Director of the Center for Shoulder, Elbow and Sports Medicine at the Medical Center, as well as Vice Chairman and Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery. He has been recognized as one of the “Top Doctors” by New York Magazine, “Best Doctors in America” by Best Doctors Inc., “America’s Top Doctors” by Castle Connolly, and “Best Doctors in America” by US News and World Report. He is a diplomate of the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery and a member of the American College of Sports Medicine, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine, the American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons, and the Herodicus Society (Honors Society for Sports

Medicine Surgeons). A recipient of the prestigious American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons Traveling Fellowship, he was further honored recently by serving on the Board of Directors of the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine. A native of North Dakota, Dr. Levine received a B.A. in Human Biology from Stanford in 1986 and his Doctor of Medicine from Case Western Reserve School of Medicine in Cleveland. He was a resident and chief resident in orthopaedic surgery at Tufts Medical Center and held fellowships at Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center and the University of Maryland Sports Medicine Department. While in Maryland, he served as a team physician for the Baltimore Ravens and the University of Maryland. He lives in New York with his wife and daughters.

GLORIA COHEN, M.D. TEAM PHYSICIAN 12TH SEASON McGILL ‘72

Dr. Gloria Cohen is in her 12th year with the Columbia Athletic Program. She is a lecturer n the department of orthopedics at Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center. The Canadian native has amassed a great deal of experience in sports medicine and family practice since earning her M.D. from the University of Ottawa (Canada) in 1980. She earned both her undergraduate degree and a B.Sc. in physical therapy from McGill University in Montreal. She is a member of the American College of Sports Medicine, the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine and the Canadian Academy for Sports Medicine. A coordinationg head team physician for the Canadian Cycling Team for 14, she was also team physician for the Vancouver Canadiens Triple A baseball club for three years and physician for the Toronto Marlboros Hockey Club.

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Dr. Cohen has worked in professional athletics with cyclists and as a team physician for the Triple A baseball teams for the Chicago White Sox and the California Angels; and for the junior hockey team for the Toronto Maple Leafs. Dr. Cohen was a recipient of the YWCA Women of Distinction Award in the category of Recreation,Fitness, and Sport. She has been named “Top Doctor” in Family Medicine/Primary Care Sports Medicine by Consumers’ Research of America from 2008 to the present. She lives in Scarsdale with her husband and is the mother of two adult children, a daughter and a son.

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RYAN CIDZIK

DIRECTOR OF STRENGTH & CONDITIIONING FOR FOOTBALL SECOND SEASON SUSQUEHANNA ‘01 Ryan Cidzik joined Columbia’s staff as the Director of Strength and Conditioning for Football and Outdoor Sports in July of 2012. He also directs the Strength and Conditioning Center at The Campbell Sports Center.

a volunteer assistant with the Browns in 2007. Cidzik was also the league strength and conditioning coordinator for NFL International Player Development for NFL Europe from 2004-07.

Cidzik brings nearly a decade of NFL and collegiate experience as a strength and conditioning coach to the Columbia football program. His work with the development of collegiate and professional athletes and the prevention of concussions have made him a highly-respected coach.

Cidzik is considered by many to be one of the nation’s most respected coaches on the topic of concussion prevention for football players. He has spoken at various conferences and published articles on his innovative system of neck testing and training methods for contact sport athletes.

Cidzik spent the previous two seasons as a strength and conditioning coach for the University of Memphis football team. He served as the assistant football strength and conditioning coach in 2010 and was promoted to head football strength and conditioning coach in 2011. Cidzik was directly responsible for the physical and mental development of the student-athletes.

A native of Rome, N.Y., Cidzik earned his bachelor’s degree from Susquehanna in 2001 and earned his master’s degree of exercise science from Louisiana Tech in 2005. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), a Registered Strength and Conditioning Coach (RSCC), a USA Weightlifting Certified Level-1 Club Coach, and is certified in Orthopedic Assessment (AIAM).

Under Cidzik’s direction, Memphis’ football players thrived in the weight room. The team’s overall weight room strength increased by 60 percent from January 2010 through July 2011. In 2011, the Tigers’ team body fat decreased by an average of four pounds while muscle mass increased by five pounds. Cidzik also supervised the training of 2011 NFL first-round draft pick Dontari Poe (11th overall to the Kansas City Chiefs), helping the 6-4, 352-pound defensive tackle achieve a 4.87 40-yard dash time, 44 bench press reps, a 500-pound max bench press and a 750-pound max squat.

He and his wife, Aimee, welcomed their first child, Steele Thomas in December 2011.

Before joining the Memphis coaching staff, Cidzik spent two years as an assistant strength and conditioning coach in the NFL. From 2009-10, he worked with the New York Jets and was directly responsible for the physical development of all offensive and defensive linemen, while assisting with skill and mid-skill players. Cidzik helped rank the Jets the fifth least injured team in the NFL, and also helped them to the AFC Championship game during the 2009 season. Prior to his time with the New York Jets, Cidzik was an assistant strength and conditioning coach with the Cleveland Browns from 2008-09. He implemented football-specific strength training, speed development, conditioning, rehab and flexibility programs for all Browns’ players. He was also 2013 COLUMBIA FOOTBALL

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PAUL DELANEY SENIOR • PUNTER 6’3” • 203 PALATINE, ILL. • LOYOLA ACADEMY 2012: Played in all 10 games as the Lions’ starting punter … Punted 67 times for 2,653 yards … Averaged 39.6 yards per punt and placed 14 kicks inside the 20-yard line … Longest boot was 73 yards against Harvard, which ranked second in the Ivy League in 2012 … Boomed a 59-yard punt and induced three fair catches against Marist … Recorded a 57yard punt versus Princeton … Had two punts over 50 yards, including a 60-yarder at Lehigh … Recorded a season-high three kicks over 50 yards, placing two inside the 20-yard line at Harvard. 2011: Totaled 2,029 yards on 57 punts for an average of 35.6 yards per punt ... Added a long punt of 67 yards and pinned 15 punts inside the twenty. 2010: Saw junior varsity action. At Loyola Academy: Two-year starter ... Averaged 42.5 yards per punt ... Ranked No. 1 nationally by MaxPreps ... Chicago Tribune First Team All-State ... Chicago Sun-Times All-Area team ... Also named to Chicago Catholic League All-Conference Team ... No. 12 national ranking, according to Kornblue Kicking ... Four-star rating by Kohl's Kicking. Personal: Sociology major.

DELANEY’S CAREER STATS Year 2011 2012 Total

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Yards 2029 2653 4682

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Avg Long 35.6 67 39.6 73 37.8 73

TB 3 7 10

FC 8 21 29

Inside 20 15 14 29

50+ 8 10 18

Blkd 1 0 1

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MARCORUS GARRETT 23 SENIOR • RUNNING BACK 5’11” • 202 MARIETTA, GA. • ALAN C. POPE

2012: Named first team All-Ivy League … Started all 10 games … Totaled 208 rushes for 957 yards with five touchdowns … His 957 yards rank third all-time in Columbia history for single-season rushing yards … Averaged second-most rushing yards per game (95.7) in conference games in the Ivy League … Caught 22 passes for 158 yards with two touchdowns … Totaled 30 carries for 115 yards and one touchdown against Marist … Racked up 168 yards on 30 carries, with a long of 64, against Fordham … Registered 118 yards rushing with 55 yards receiving and two touchdowns against Penn … Had a season-high 187 yards on 25 carries against Cornell with an Ivy League long touchdown run of 86 yards … His 191 yards versus Cornell were the most by a Columbia player since Jonathan Reese totaled 201 against Lafayette on October 7, 2000. 2011: Played in seven games ... Totaled 83 rushes for 232 yards ... Scored first collegiate touchdown vs. Sacred Heart. 2010: Played in five games ... Totaled eight rushes for 63 yards with a long of 36 yards ... Week three against Princeton totaled 43 yards on four carries. At Alan C. Pope: Earned four letters in both football and track ... Named first team all-county by Marietta Daily Journal and Cobb Touchdown Club as a senior ... Ran for 1,213 yards and 13 touchdowns in 2009 ... Also added 13 catches for 204 yards and a score ... Accumulated 1,034 allpurpose yards and eight touchdowns as a junior. Personal: Political science major.

GARRETT’S CAREER STATS Year GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg. 2010 5 8 63 0 63 7.9 2011 7 83 254 22 232 2.8 2012 10 208 997 49 957 4.6 Total 22 299 1314 71 1252 4.2

TD Long Rec. Yards 0 36 1 3 2 18 10 46 5 86 22 158 7 86 33 204

Avg. 3.0 4.6 7.2 6.2

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MARQUEL CARTER SENIOR • DEFENSIVE BACK 6’0” • 195 CULVER CITY, CALIF. • CULVER CITY 2012: Started all 10 games… totaled 40 tackles with 24 solo and two sacks … Opened the season with six tackles and a sack against Marist … Broke up one pass against Fordham … Recovered one fumble and intercepted one pass against Princeton, returning it nine yards … Had four tackles and a pass breakup at Penn … Recorded three solo stops and a pass breakup on Homecoming against Dartmouth … Notched five tackles, four solo, against Yale … Tallied two pass breakups and four tackles versus Cornell … Racked up six tackles in the season-finale at Brown. 2011: Played in all 10 games ... Recorded 47 total tackles including 23 solo stops ... Forced two fumbles and added a tackle for loss ... Recorded career-high 12 tackles vs. Cornell. 2010: Saw junior varsity action. At Culver City: All-purpose athlete who played quarterback and defensive back for the Centaurs ... Earned three varsity letters ... Passed for over 5,000 yards and 47 touchdowns, rushed for 1,107 and 29 touchdowns in his career while recording three interceptions on defense as a senior ... Rated as No. 1 quarterback in Ocean League, No. 7 quarterback in California Southern Section and No. 80 quarterbak nationally by Maxpreps ... Named first team All-Ocean League as a junior and senior ... Ocean League MVP as a senior ... First team All-California Interscholastic Federation as a senior and second team as a junior ... Attended Football University Top Gun camp ... Named Nike Elite Star of the Week ... Invited to the Aloha Prep Bowl, which features top players from the lower 48 states against Hawaii’s top talent ... Also played basketball and was a member of the track and field team. Personal: Psychology major.

CARTER’S CAREER STATS Year 2011 2012 Total

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GP 10 10 20

Solo Ast. Total Tackles TFL-Yds. Break Ups Pass Def. 23 24 47 1-2 1 1 24 16 40 4-7 5 6 47 40 87 5-9 6 7

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LUKE EDDY

SENIOR • KICKER 6’3” • 205 SHIRLEY, MASS. • WORCESTER ACADEMY

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2012: Starting place kicker … Set single-season record with 13 made field goals and holds the all-time PAT mark with 65 made ... Converted 13 of 19 field goals with a long of 44 … Made 13 of 14 extra point attempts … Totaled 2109 yards on 36 kick-offs, including six touchbacks… Attempted the most field goals, made the most field goals and averaged the most field goals a game in the Ivy League. 2011: Converted two of five field goals with a long of 35 yards ... Made 25 of 29 extra point attempts ... Contributed on kickoffs totaling 1,157 yards on 20 kicks for an average of 57.8 yards per kick ... Added one touchback. 2010: Converted six of nine field goals ... Made 27 of 28 extra points as a rookie in 2010, establishing a new Columbia record for consecutive extra points made ... Named Ivy League Rookie of the Week on October 18 ... Booted a career-long 48-yard field goal. At Worcester Academy: Lettered in football senior year ... Handled kickoff duties, as well as punting and place kicking ... Ranked second-best kicker and fifth-best punter in the Northeast region at the Ray Guy Kicking Camp ... Ranked the 26th kicker and the 28th punter in the nation ... Held national record at the Ray Guy Kicking Camp for best kickoff hang time at 4.21 seconds ... Also a two-year letterwinner in soccer. Personal: Political science major.

EDDY’S CAREER STATS Year FG Made-Att 2010 6-9 2011 2-5 2012 13-19 Total 21-33

Pct 66.7 40.0 68.4 63.6

Long 48 35 44 48

PAT Made-Att 27-28 25-29 13-14 65-71

Pct 96.4 86.2 92.9 91.8

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BRIAN EAST SENIOR • LINEBACKER 6’3” • 221 CARMEL, IND. • CARMEL

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2012: Played in all 10 games … Totaled 25 tackles with 13 solo tackles and two fumble recoveries … Totaled seven tackles (four solo), broke up a pass and recovered a fumble against Fordham … Had a pass breakup and two tackles against Princeton … Recovered a fumble and assisted on a tackle at Lehigh … Registered one tackle for loss and three total tackles at Penn … Posted three solo stops against Cornell … Ended the year with three tackles at Brown. 2011: Played in nine varsity games ... Totaled 15 tackles and one quarterback hurry. 2010: Saw junior varsity action. At Carmel: Four-year member of the varsity football team ... Three-year varsity starter and letterwinner ... Team captain as a senior ... Played at outside linebacker and long snapper ... Second-leading tackler in Carmel High School history (365 tackles) ... Helped team to 2007 Class 5A State Championship and three Class 5A State Runners-Up finishes (2006, 2008, 2009) ... Named to Top 50 all-state team by Indiana Football Coaches Association in 2009 ... Participated in 2010 Indiana North/South All-Star Team and was named Associated Press First Team All-State ... Garnered Hamilton Country Player of the Year honors in 2009 and was named to Indianapolis Star Super Team and to Indiana Region Eight All-Star Team ... Earned all-state honors in 2008 by Indiana Football Coaches Association. Personal: Sociology major.

EAST’S CAREER STATS TACKLES Year GP Solo Ast Tot TFL-Yds Pass Break Ups Passes Def 2011 9 6 9 15 0-0 0 0 2012 10 13 12 25 1.0-4 2 2 Total 19 19 21 40 1.0-4 2 2

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QBH Fumbles Rec -Yds 1 0 0 2-0 1 2-0

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ZACH OLINGER SENIOR • LINEBACKER 6’1” • 227 HOOVER, ALA. • SPAIN PARK

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2012: Named second team All-Ivy League … Ranked third overall in the Ivy League in total tackles with 89 … Played in all 10 games … Contributed 5.5 tackles for loss and one sack … Had double-digit tackles in five games … Forced one fumble and recovered another … Intercepted three passes … Had 10 tackles (six solo), two tackles for loss, forced a fumble and intercepted a pass against Marist … Recorded a season-high 14 tackles (five solo) and a quarterback hurry against Fordham … Notched 12 tackles (10 solo) and returned an interception for a touchdown against Lehigh … Posted 10 tackles (five solo) at Penn … Had six tackles and a pass breakup versus Yale … Matched his seasonhigh with 14 tackles (six solo) at Harvard … Snagged third interception to go with seven tackles against Cornell. 2011: Played in seven games ... Totaled 51 tackles with two tackles for loss ... Forced two fumbles and recoved another. 2010: Played in four games ... Totaled 16 tackles with four tackles for a loss and one sack ... Named to the Ivy League Honor Roll after 10 tackle, one sack, and three tackle for loss performance in week seven vs. Yale. At Spain Park: Three-year football letterwinner ... 2010 Team Defensive Player of the Year ... Registered 118 tackles, four sacks, 13 tackles for a loss and two safeties as a senior ... Led team to 6A state runner-up finish in 2007 and a quarterfinal appearance in 2009 ... Three-time first team all-academic selection ... Two-time Birmingham News Academic Athlete of the Week ... Over the Mountain Touchdown Club Academic Athlete of the Week ... Pat Patrick Promotions All-American Team ... All Hoover/ South Team honorable mention ... Summa Cum Laude ... National Honor Society ... Bob Finley Award for Outstanding Character ... Mu Alpha Theta. Personal: Economics major.. OLINGER’S CAREER STATS TACKLES Year GP Solo Ast Tot TFL-Yds Pass Break Ups Passes Def 2010 4 10 6 16 4-11 1-9 0 2011 7 24 27 51 2-2 0-0 1 2012 10 42 47 89 5.5-8 1-1 1 Total 21 76 81 156 11.5-21 2-10 2

QBH Fumbles Rec -Yds 0 0-0 1 1-0 4 1-0 5 2

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WELLS CHILDRESS

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SENIOR • DEFENSIVE LINE 6’4” • 264 HOUSTON, TEXAS • KINKAID SCHOOL/TEXAS A&M 2012: Played in all 10 games… totaled 24 tackles, one sack and one quarterback hurry … Recorded two tackled for loss … Blocked an extra point, clinching a victory against Marist … Posted one sack against Princeton … Registered three solo stops at Lehigh … Had a five-tackle performance versus Yale … Matched his season-high tackle total of five at Harvard. 2011: Played in five games ... Totaled five tackles and one sack ... Best game was against Brown during the goalline stand in the second overtime, made the tackle on fourth and one to give Columbia the win on senior day. Transferred to Columbia in 2011. At Texas A&M: Took a redshirt year as a freshman in 2009. At Kinkaid School: Played on both the offensive and defensive lines ... Also played baseball ... Father, Ray, played 11 seasons with the NFL’s Houston Oilers and is a member of the College Football Hall of Fame.

CHILDRESS’ CAREER STATS TACKLES Year GP Solo Ast Tot 2011 5 2 3 5 2012 10 11 13 24 Total 15 13 16 29

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TFL-Yds 1-11 2-24 3-35

Sacks-Yds 1-11 1-3 2-14

QBH 0 1 1

Blocked Kicks 0 1 1

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LOUIS DiNOVO

SENIOR • WIDE RECEIVER 5’11” • 183 LOUNDONVILLE, N.Y. • LA SALLE INSTITUTE

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2012: Played in all 10 games … Caught 11 passes for 156 yards … Made five catches for 91 yards, including a 60-yard touchdown for his first collegiate score against Fordham … Grabbed two passes for 27 yards at Lehigh … Recorded two catches for 24 yards at Harvard. 2011: Played in all ten games ... Totaled 17 receptions for 190 yards averaging 11.2 yards per catch. 2010: Saw junior varsity action. At La Salle Institute: Three-time letterwinner ... Threetime all-conference and all-area selection ... Compiled 81 catches for 1,713 yards and 22 touchdowns in high school career ... Also added six interceptions as a senior ... Large School offensive MVP as a senior ... Player of the year as a senior ... Team captain as a senior ... All-state as a senior ... 2009 National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame Scholar Athlete ... Also lettered in lacrosse. Personal: Economics major.

DiNOVO’S CAREER STATS Year 2011 2012 Total

GP 10 10 20

No. 17 11 28

Yds 190 156 346

Avg 11.2 14.2 12.4

TD 0 1 1

Long 41 60 60

Avg/G 19.0 15.6 17.3

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HAMILTON GARNER SENIOR • TIGHT END 6’5” • 245 DULUTH, GA. • DULUTH

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2012: Started all 10 games … Finished the season third on the team with 28 receptions for 336 yards and one touchdown ... Caught three passes for 71 yards against Lehigh … Racked up a season-high 87 yards at Penn … Roped in a season-high five receptions for 31 yards against Dartmouth … Caught three passes, including a touchdown grab, against Cornell. 2011: Played in all 10 games ... Was named All-Ivy League honorable mention ... Totaled 24 catches for 339 yards and six touchdowns ... Led team with 14.1 yards per catch average ... Caught three balls for 54 yards and two tocuchdowns in week three against Sacred Heart. 2010: Saw junior varsity action. At Duluth: Two-year letterwinner and starter for the Wildcats ... Named preseason all-state and academic all-state prior to senior year by Georgia High School Football Magazine ... Academic Athlete of the Month by In The Game Magazine ... WSB-TV Athlete of the Week ... Gwinnett Touchdown Club’s Tight End of the Year in 2009 ... Gwinnett Daily Post first team all-county and all-region as a senior ... Honorable mention all-county and all-region as junior ... Also played basketball and ran track. Personal: Economics major.

GARNER’S CAREER STATS Year 2011 2012 Total

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GP 10 10 20

No. 24 28 52

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Yds 339 336 675

Avg 14.1 12.0 13.0

TD 6 1 7

Long 29 34 34

Avg/G 33.9 33.6 33.75

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SEYI ADEBAYO

SENIOR • DEFENSIVE LINE 6’3” • 255 GLENDALE, ARIZ. • BROPHY COLLEGE PREP

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2012: Recorded a sack, two tackles and a pass defense before suffering season-ending injury in opener against Marist. 2011: Played in 10 games ... Totaled 25 tackles and seven tackles for loss ... Also recovered two fumbles. 2010: Played in nine games ... Totaled 11 tackles and one fumble recovery. 2009: Played in five games … Finished with four total tackles, including solo tackles at Princeton, at Dartmouth and vs. Harvard. At Brophy College Preparatory: Earned three letters in football and two in basketball ... Recorded 56 tackles, 15 tackles for loss and 8.5 sacks as a senior ... First team all-region and second team all-state selection ... Had 43 tackles, nine tackles for a loss and 4.5 sacks as a junior, and was named honorable mention all-state. Personal: Psychology concentration.

ADEBAYO’S CAREER STATS TACKLES Year GP Solo Ast 2009 5 3 1 2010 9 7 4 2011 10 7 18 2012 1 1 1 Total 25 18 24

Tot 4 11 25 2 42

TFL-Yds 1-4 0-0 7-31 1-8 9-43

QBH 0 1 0 1 2

Fumbles Rec./Yds. 0-0 1-0 2-0 0-0 3-0

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NICK MELKA

SENIOR • DEFENSIVE LINE 6’2” • 231 GLEN ELLYN, ILL. • BENET ACADEMY 2012: Played in three games … Tallied eight tackles and one-half of a sack … Recorded a season-high four tackles against Princeton … Posted two solo stops at Lehigh … Assisted on a sack at Penn. 2011: Played in all 10 games ... Totaled 20 tackles and two quarterback hurries. 2010: Played in one game ... Saw plenty of junior varsity time. At Benet Academy: Four-year player and two-year letterwinner ... Team captain as a senior ... Compiled 68 tackles and 10 sacks on defense while also playing tight end ... All-East Suburban Catholic Conference at both positions ... Selected all-area by the Daily Herald ... Named all-city by Naperville Sun ... Naperville Sun Defensive Player of the Week ... Also was a member of the track and field team. Personal: Political science major.

GARNER’S CAREER STATS Year 2011 2012 Total

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GP 10 10 20

No. 24 28 52

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Yds 339 336 675

Avg 14.1 12.0 13.0

TD 6 1 7

Long 29 34 34

Avg/G 33.9 33.6 33.75

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BRUCE GRANT

JEREMY MINGO

SENIOR • DEFENSIVE BACK 5’11” • 188 WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. FORDHAM PREP

SENIOR • DEFENSIVE BACK 6’0” • 200 AKRON, OHIO AKRON FIRESTONE SENIOR

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2012: Played in nine games … Recorded 19 total tackles playing both corner and special teams … Forced one fumble and tallied four tackles against Fordham … Broke up one pass against Princeton … Had a four tackle performance at Lehigh … Recovered a fumble against Yale ... Tallied three tackles at Harvard. 2011: Played in six games ... Recorded eight total tackles, including five solo stops ... Added one pass defended and one pass break up ... Contributed on special teams. 2010: Saw junior varsity action. At Akron Firestone: Three-year letterwinner ... First team all-city selection as wide receiver ... All-district honorable mention as a defensive back ... Team defensive MVP ... Second team all-city as a sophomore ... Team was 2007 city champions ... Two-sport athlete that also earned four letters in track ... Regional finalist in the 4x100-meter relay. Personal: Psychology major. CAREER STATS Tackles Fumbles Year GP Solo Ast Tot. BU Pass Def. Rec.-Yds. FF 2011 6 5 3 8 1 1 0 0 2012 9 12 7 19 1 1 1 1 Total 15 17 10 27 2 2 1 1

2012: Did not play this season. 2011: Saw junior varsity action. 2010: Saw junior varsity action. At Fordham Prep: Team captain as a senior ... Over 3,500 all-purpose yards in two varsity seasons ... Scored 25 touchdowns ... Team MVP in 2009 ... Offensive Player of the Year in 2008 ... Named to All-Bronx first team as junior and senior ... Rushed for 288 yards and three second-half touchdowns in 41-28 win over Xavier in the Turkey Bowl ... New York Post All-City second team selection ... Named CHSAA Player of the Week three times ... Two-time All-American in track and field ... Part of national championship shuttle-hurdle relay team. Personal: Political science major.

GRIFFIN LOWRY

TYLER FEELY

SENIOR • RUNNING BACK 6’0” • 207 ST. LOUIS, MO. ST. LOUIS UNIV. HIGH SCHOOL

SENIOR • KICKER/PUNTER 6’0” • 178 PLANT CITY, FLA. TAMPA JESUIT

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2012: Did not play this season. 2011: Totaled 298 yards on eight punts ... Averaged 37.2 yards per punt with a long of 47 yards. 2010: Totaled 168 yards on four punts ... Averaged 42 yards per punt with a long of 51 yards ... Pinned two kicks inside the twenty. At Tampa Jesuit: Rated as a five-star kicker and punter by kicking.com ... Named to All-Suncoast second team as a kicker in 2009 ... All-Hillsborough County first team kicker and punter ... Placed second at the 2009 National Combine Series in field goals ... All-Hillsborough County honorable mention selection as a junior. Personal: Political science major.

2012: Played in six games … Rushed for six yards on three attempts … Contributed on special teams. 2011: Played in all ten games ... Rushed for 164 yards on 47 attempts with two touchdowns ... Recorded first collegiate touchdown on 12-yard rush vs. Harvard ... Added 66 rushing yards and a touchdown on 13 carries against Cornell. 2010: Suffered season ending injury. At St. Louis University High: Missed majority of senior season due to injury ... As a junior, compiled 1,097 all-purpose yards and 11 touchdowns ... Was invited to the U.S. Army All-American Combine in San Antonio in 2009 ... All-Metro Catholic Conference first team selection as an allpurpose back. Personal: Creative writing major. CAREER STATS

CAREER STATS

Year 2010 2011 Total

Punts 4 8 12

Yards 168 298 466

Avg 42.0 37.2 38.8

Long 51 47 51

Year GP Att Gain L oss Net Avg. TD Long R ec. Yds. Avg. 2011 10 47 184 20 164 3.5 2 15 4 19 4.6 2012 6 3 10 4 6 2.0 0 7 0 0 0 Total 16 50 194 24 170 3.4 2 15 4 19 4.6

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JOE GHERGOVICH

SENIOR • OFFENSIVE LINE 6’3” • 257 GLASTONBURY, CONN. GLASTONBURY

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2012: Did not play this season. 2011: Missed season due to injury 2010: Played in one game ... Saw junior varsity action. At Glastonbury: Three-time All-CCC North Conference ... Named team captain ... Two-time all-state selection by New Haven Register, Hartford Courant, and Connecticut High School Coaches Association ... 2010 CHSCA Scholar-Athlete of the Year ... 2010 Glastonbury High School Male Scholar-Athlete ... Helped team to 2008 Class LL Championship ... Member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Biochemistry major.

DYLAN LEONARD

SENIOR • OFFENSIVE LINE 6’3” • 243 McDONOUGH, GA. OLA

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2012: Did not play this season. 2011: Saw junior varsity action. 2010: Saw junior varsity action. At Ola: Named team captain as a senior ... Named honorable mention allstate and first team all-region 4-AAAA by Georgia State Writers Association in 2009 ... Selected as All-Southern Crescent honorable mention as junior by Clayton News Daily. Personal: Chemical engineering major.

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JIMMY YUKEVICH

SENIOR • OFFENSIVE LINE 6’7” • 274 PALOS VERDES, CALIF. PALOS VERDES

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2012: Started nine games on the offensive line. 2011: Started in all ten varsity games, mainly at right guard. 2010: Played in two games. At Palos Verdes: Lineman of the Year in 2009 and 2010 ... All-Bay League in 2009 and 2010 ... Only gave up one sack during his senior season ... Finished 2010 campaign with 25 pancake blocks. Personal: Political science major.

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JOHN KEEFE

ZACK McKOWN

JUNIOR • WIDE RECEIVER 6’1” • 197 SHALIMAR, FLA. CHOCTAWHATCHEE

SENIOR • TIGHT END 6’2” • 221 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY

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2012: Played in one game at Brown. 2011: Played in six games ... Totaled one catch for a touchdown against Yale in the middle of a blizzard. 2010: Saw junior varsity action. At Fork Union: Played one season as a preparatory student and shifted to tight end, where he started every game ... First team all-region and second team all-state at linebacker as a senior at Judge Memorial High in Salt Lake City ... First team all-state and all-region as a junior.

5 2012: Played in all 10 games as the starting long snapper… recorded two tackles covering punts. 2011: Saw junior varsity action. At Choctawhatchee: Two-year varsity letterwinner ... Team MVP 2010 ... Six-time offensive player of the game ... Two-time special teams player of the game ... Caught 40 passes for 530 yards and nine touchdowns and a two-point conversion during 2010 season ...first team all-area ... Regional all-star game ... Led team in touchdowns and points scored ... 8-4 record in 2010 ... 7-4 record 2009.

CAREER STATS

CAREER STATS Year 2011 Total

GP 6 6

Rec. 1 1

Yds. 26 26

Avg. 26 26

TD 1 1

Long 26 26

Avg/G 4.3 4.3

JOEY ANDRADA

SENIOR • WIDE RECEIVER 6’1” • 187 PIEDMONT, CALIF. PIEDMONT

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2012: Saw playing time in games against Lehigh and Cornell. 2011: Saw junior varsity action. 2010: Saw junior varsity action. At Piedmont: Three-time varsity letterwinner in football ... Three-time unanimous first team All-Bay Shore Athletic League at wide receiver ... Caught 112 passes for 2,292 yards and 26 touchdowns over three years on varsity ... Named third team All-Metro wide receiver by San Francisco Chronicle in 2008 ... “Cream of the Crop” wide receiver for the Bay Area News Group in 2008 ... Preseason All-East Bay 2009 for calhisports.com as a senior ... Alameda County All Star in 2009 ... Team Offensive MVP in 2008 and 2009 ... Team captain in 2009 ... Selected as “Top Wide Receiver to Watch” in the 2009 NCS Division III playoffs ... Leading receiving yardage and second-leading receiver in career catches and touchdowns in school history. Personal: Architecture major.

Year 2012 Total

GP 10 10

Solo Tackles 1 1

Ast 1 1

Total 2 2

MALCOLM THAXTON

JUNIOR • DEFENSIVE BACK 5’11” • 187 FUQUAY VARINA, N.C. FUQUAY VARINA

8

2012: Played in all 10 games … Totaled 12 tackles … Broke up two passes and defended two passes … Had a season-high five tackles and broke up a pass against Marist … Recovered a fumble against Fordham … Recorded a pass breakup and a solo tackle against Princeton … Tallied three tackles at Harvard. 2011: Played in three games ... Totaled four tackles ... Also contributed on special teams. At Fuquay-Varina: Second team all-conference as a defensive back in 2009 ... Second team all-area as a kick returner/punt returner in 2009 ... First team all-conference and all-area in 2010 ... In 2010 finsihed the season with 60 tackles, 500 yeards rushing, four touchdowns, 300 yards receiving with three touchdowns ... Also ran indoor and outdoor track, earning bronze in the state championships both. CAREER STATS Tackles Fumbles Year GP Solo A st. Tot. BU Passes Def. Rec.-Yds. 2011 3 2 2 4 0 0 0-0 2012 10 7 5 12 2 2 1-0 Total 3 2 2 4 2 2 1-0

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PLAYER PROFILES

KAL PRINCE

MIKE SKALITZKY

JUNIOR • DEFENSIVE BACK 6’3” • 205 OWENSBORO, KY. OWENSBORO

JUNIOR • DEFENSIVE BACK 6’1” • 184 EVERGREEN PARK, ILL. MARIST HIGH SCHOOL

11

2012: Played in three games … Contributed on special teams … Returned one kick-off 18 yards against Harvard. 2011: Saw junior varsity action. At Marist High School: Three-year varsity player ... Captain as a senior ... Two-time All-East Suburban Catholic Conference ... Academic all-state ... Class 8A state runner-up in 2009 ... Named to Illinois 2010 Top 100 Players.

CAREER STATS Year 2012 Total

GP 3 3

Kick Returns 1 1

Yards 18 18

Avg 18 18

Long 18 18

14 2012: Saw action in one game against Cornell. 2011: Saw junior varsity action. At Owensboro High School: Messenger & Inquirer all-region “Newcomer of the Year Award” 2008 ... Team offensive player of the year 2008 ... District 5A Football Player of the Year 2009 ... Messenger & Inquirer first team quarterback 2009 ... Owensboro High School Most Outstanding Football Player of the Year 2009 ... Honorable mention all-state football 2009 ... “Big Eight” Quarterback of the Year 2010 ... Named to the Army All-American National Combine “Team Offense” 2010 as one of the top 15 QB’s ... Wendy’s Heisman State Finalist 2010-2011 ... Team captain as a senior ... United States Marine Corp Distinguished Athlete Award ... Kentucky High School Athletic Association Sportsmanship Award 2011 ... Career totals of 2,850 yards passing with 22 touchdowns and 1,563 yards rushing for 24 touchdowns ... Career passing leader at Owensboro High School, first in completions, touchdown passes completed in a season, and most yards of total offense in a game (336 yards) ... Second in touchdown passes completed in a season, longest touchdown pass (88 yards), and average yards per completion for a season (17.47 yards per) ... Recipient of the Glen Newman Memorial Athlete Award ... Academic all-state for football in 2008, 2009, and 2010.

RYAN FLANNERY JUNIOR • WIDE RECEIVER 6’4” • 194 NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH, MASS. NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH

25

2012: Played in four games … Caught seven passes for 50 yards … Grabbed a season-high four catches for 23 yards against Yale … Had two catches for 19 yards at Brown. 2011: Saw junior varsity action. At North Attleborough: Sun Chronicle All-Star as a senior ... Team captain as a senior ... Hockomock League Scholar Athlete Award ... The National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Scholar-Athlete Award ... Hockomock all-star ... Posted career totals of 56 receptions for 887 yards (15.8 yards per catch) and 16 touchdowns.

CAREER STATS Year 2012 Total

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GP 4 4

Rec. 7 7

Yds. 50 50

Avg. 7.1 7.1

TD 0 0

Long 13 13

Avg/G 12.5 12.5

PLAYER PROFILES

AUGIE BRADDOCK

VINNY PUGLIESE

JUNIOR • RUNNING BACK 6’1” • 206 INNER GROVE HEIGHTS, MINN. ST. THOMAS ACADEMY

JUNIOR • LINEBACKER 6’1” • 226 COPLEY, OHIO WALSH JESUIT

35

28 2012: Played in all 10 games… recorded 18 total tackles playing safety as well as special teams… recovered one fumble returning it 29 yards against Harvard … Posted four tackles on three occasions … Had a season-high three solo stops against Dartmouth on homecoming. 2011: Saw junior varsity action. At Saint Thomas Academy: Earned all-state and all-conference honors ... Captain as a senior ... Minnesota State National Guard Player of the Week ... Finished with 1,432 rushing yards, 19 rushing touchdowns and an average of 8.1 yards per carry ... Totaled 883 receiving yards with 11 receiving touchdowns with 2,780 all purpose yards.

CAREER STATS Tackles Fumbles Year GP Solo A st. Tot. BU Passes Def. Rec.-Yds. 2012 10 10 8 18 0 0 1-29 Total 10 10 8 18 0 0 1-29

2012: Played in all 10 games … Totaled 11 tackles including nine solo tackles playing on special teams … Opened the year with two solo stops against Marist … Made two solo tackles against Princeton … Tallied two tackles in consecutive Ivy League games against Yale, Harvard and Cornell. 2011: Played in one game ... Recorded a tackle for loss. At Walsh Jesuit High School: Team captain as a senior ... Ohio Army Iron Man of the Year ... Amassed 134 tackles during senior campaign.

CAREER STATS Tackles Year GP Solo Ast. 2011 1 0 1 2012 10 9 2 Total 11 9 3

Tot. 1 11 12

TFL-Yds 1-1 0-0 1-1

STEVEN SILVIO JUNIOR • RUNNING BACK 5’10” • 220 HOOVER, ALA. SPAIN PARK

37 2012: Played in nine games… totaled seven yards on four carries… caught three passes for 39 yards, all against Yale. 2011: Saw junior varsity action. At Spain Park High School: Three-year letterwinner ... Team captain ... All-Metro/All-Hoover team ... Birmingham Quarterback Club Leadership Award recipient in 2010.

CAREER STATS Year GP Att Gain L oss Net Avg. TD Long R ec. Yds. Avg. TD 2012 9 4 7 0 7 1.8 0 3 3 39 13.0 0 Total 9 4 7 0 7 1.8 0 3 3 39 13.0 0

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PLAYER PROFILES

JOHN BRADY

JUNIOR • LINEBACKER 6’1” • 229 LIBERTY TOWNSHIP, OHIO LAKOTA EAST

JUNIOR • LINEBACKER 6’1” • 228 MAHWAH, N.J. MAHWAH

47

56

2012: Played in nine games … Contributed on special teams … Assisted on three tackles against Princeton … Recorded a solo tackle at Lehigh and against Dartmouth. 2011: Saw junior varsity action. At Lakota East: First team All-Greater Miami Conference ... Honorable mention All-Southwest Ohio ... Southwest Ohio Football Coaches Association All-Star Game ... Compiled 48.5 tackles and .5 sack along with one fumble recovery during junior season ... Amassed 58 tackles, one sack and a fumble recovery during senior campaign.

2012: Played in nine games … Totaled 17 tackles and forced one fumble … Had two solo stops at Lehigh … Tallied three tackles against Dartmouth … Posted two solo tackles at Harvard … Recorded a season-high five tackles and forced a fumble at Brown. 2011: Played in one vasrity game ... Totaled one tackle ... Saw junior varsity action At Mahwah High School: Three-year letterwinner ... Team captain as a senior ... First team all-league ... Totaled 110 tackles, three sacks, and two interceptions as a senior ... Also, two-year letterwinner in baseball.

CAREER STATS Tackles Year GP Solo Ast 2012 9 2 3 Total 9 2 3

Tot. 5 5

ERIC STOCK

JUNIOR • OFFENSIVE LINE 6’1” • 245 BERNARDSVILLE, N.J. PINGRY SCHOOL

50

2012: Started eight games at offensive guard. 2011: Played in one game ... Recorded two total tackles ... Also saw junior varsity action. At the Pingry School: Team captain ... Two-time first team all-conference ... Second team all-county ... Third team all-area ... NJ Super 100 All-State.

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CAREER STATS Tackles Forced Year GP Solo Ast. Tot. Fumbles 2011 1 0 1 1 0 2012 9 9 7 16 1 Total 10 9 8 17 1

PLAYER PROFILES

RYAN THOMAS

JUNIOR • OFFENSIVE LINE 6’5” • 255 GAINESVILLE, FLA. BUCHHOLZ

64

2012: Started all 10 games at center. 2011: Saw junior varsity action. At Buchholz High School: Three-year letterwinner ... 2009 second team all-state selection (5A) ... 2009 Gainesville Sun All-Area first team ... 2010 second team all-state selection (5A) ... 2010 Gainesville Sun All-Area first team ... 2010 Florida Coaches Association all-district team ... Selected to the Florida team for the Florida-Georgia Border Wars game in Valdosta, Fla.

ROY SCHWARTZ JUNIOR • DEFENSIVE LINE 6’2” • 231 AUSTIN, TEXAS WESTLAKE

TOM CALLAHAN JUNIOR • OFFENSIVE LINE 6’5” • 260 COUNTRYSIDE, ILL. LYONS TOWNSHIP

77

2012: Did not play this season. 2011: Saw junior varsity action. At Lyons Township High School: Two-year letterwinner ... West Suburban Silver All-Conference ... All-area honoree ... Chicago Tribune 2010 top 100 recruit in Chicagoland area ... Led team to best record in school history and to a 2010 West Suburban Silver Conference Championship ... West Suburban Conference Academic Achievement Award ... Also, two-year letterwinner in track & field ... West Suburban Silver All-Conference in track & field 2010 and 2011 ... Earned all-section honors in track in 2009, 2010, and 2011.

CAREY PARKER

JUNIOR • OFFENSIVE LINE 6’6” • 260 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS CENTRAL CATHOLIC

66

78

2012: Played in all 10 games, primarily contributing on special teams … Made a solo tackle against Fordham … Recorded one tackle versus Cornell. 2011: Saw junior varsity action. At Westlake High School: Three-year letterwinner … 5A Division 1 state finalist ... 15-5A first team all-district ... Two-time academic all-district ... Team captain … Totaled 40 tackles and 5.5 sacks … Adding two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery.

2012: Saw action in one game at Penn. 2011: Saw junior varsity action. At Central Catholic High School: Three-year letterwinner ... First team all-district ... First team all-city ... Second team all-state ... Selected to play in City All-Star Game ... Selected as a first team all-district player during sophomore season ... Also, earned one letter in track.

CAREER STATS Year GP 2012 10 Total 10

Tackles Ast. Total 2 2 2 2

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PLAYER PROFILES

JAKE WANAMAKER JUNIOR • WIDE RECEIVER 6’0” • 190 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS CENTRAL CATHOLIC

80

2012: Played in seven games … Caught 12 passes for 94 yards … Had two receptions for 20 yards against Princeton … Recorded three receptions for 23 yards at Lehigh … Caught a season-high four passes, including his first Columbia touchdown against Yale. Transferred to Columbia in 2012. At University of Texas San Antonio: Played in eight games as redshirt freshman. At Central Catholic San Antonio: Totaled 44 receptions and 982 yards with 14 touchdowns ... Totaled 361 return yards as a safety with three interceptions and 32 tackles in just four games ... Totaled nine letters, with three each in football, baseball and track.

CAREER STATS Year 2012 Total

GP 7 7

Rec. 12 12

Yards 94 94

Avg 7.8 7.8

TD 1 1

Long 12 12

DAN SLIVKA

JUNIOR • WIDE RECEIVER 6’3” • 210 ALLISON PARK, PA. NORTH ALLEGHANY

82 2012: Played in five games … Caught 10 passes for 153 yards... longest reception was 46 yards against Marist … Caught six passes for 90 yards against Fordham. 2011: Played in six games ... Totaled three catches for 24 yards ... Also saw junior varsity action. At North Allegheny High School: Two-year letterwinner ... All-section wide receiver 2010 ... WesternPAfootball.net 2010 Big School AllStar Team ... Recipient of Ferringer Unsung Hero Award ... Team most improved junior 2009 ... Totaled 32 receptions for 752 yards and seven touchdowns in 2010 ... Averaged 23.5 yards/catch good for second in the state ... Member of the 2010 WPIAL and PIAA state champions ... Also, played basketball and baseball. CAREER STATS Year GP Rec. Yards Avg TD Long 2011 6 3 24 8.0 0 9 2012 5 10 153 15.3 0 46 Total 11 13 177 13.6 0 46

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GARRETT DeMUTH JUNIOR • TIGHT END 6’4” • 227 WHITEFISH BAY, WIS. WHITEFISH BAY

83

2012: Did not play this season. 2011: Saw junior varsity action. At Whitefish Bay High School: Four-year letterwinner … team captain as a senior ��� As a junior, named second team all-conference and honorable mention all-area as a defensive end … As a senior, named second team all-conference as a tight end and honorable mention allconference playing defensive end … North Shore Conference ScholarAthlete … during sophomore campaign, compiled 38 tackles including three sacks and one fumble recovery … Amassed 22 receptions for 251 yards and five touchdowns in senior campaign … Adding 40 tackles, one forced fumble, and two fumble recoveries on the defensive side of the ball … named team MVP … My Community NOW All-Suburban Team – all purpose … Also, four-year letterwinner in baseball … Earning rookie of the year honors in freshman season … Adding first team all-conference and second team all-area accolades as a sophomore.

PLAYER PROFILES

CONNOR NELLIGAN JUNIOR • WIDE RECEIVER 6’3” • 202 LA GRANGE PARK, ILL. BENET ACADEMY

84 2012: Started all 10 games … Caught 62 passes for 636 yards, ranking first on team in both categories … Averaged second most receptions per game (6.2) in conference games … Averaged 10.3 yards per catch … Caught 11 passes for 102 yards against Princeton … Reeled in six catches for 42 yards at Lehigh … Snagged seven passes for 67 yards at Penn … Caught 11 passes for 138 yards against Yale … Posted a seven reception, 67-yard performance at Harvard … Ended season with six catches for 54 yards at Brown. 2011: Played in seven games ... Totaled five tackles on special teams ... Recovered fumble on Hail Mary throw to record first collegiate touchdown vs. Albany. At Benet Academy: Four-year letterwinner ... Team captain as senior ... 2010 All-West Suburban Catholic Conference ... 2010 Naperville Sun All-City ... 2010 Daily Herald All-Area ... Named team MVP ... During senior season, amassed 42 catches for 574 yards and nine touchdowns ... Added six carries for 146 yards and one touchdown along with a passing touchdown ... Added one interception return for a touchdown. CAREER STATS Year 2012 Total

GP 10 10

Rec. 62 62

Yards 636 636

Avg 10.3 10.3

TD 0 0

Long 41 41

CHAD WASHINGTON JUNIOR • DEFENSIVE LINE 6’4” • 252 OAKLAND, CALIF. BISHOP O’DOWD

92

2012: Played in seven games … Totaled 15 tackles with two sacks … Forced one fumble and recovered one fumble … Tallied five tackles in the season-opener against Marist … Posted two solo stops at Lehigh … Matched his season-high five tackles, including two sacks and forced a fumble against Dartmouth … Recovered a fumble versus Cornell. 2011: Played in three games ... Totaled five tackles and one tackle for loss ... Saw junior varsity action. At Bishop O’Dowd High School: Three-year letterwinner … First team All-Hayward Area Athletic League ... Member of the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame ... First team All-East Bay ... Second team allmetro ... Team captain as a senior … Led team to first Hayward Athletic Area League title since 1999 … Amassed 70 tackles and nine sacks during senior season … Added five fumble recoveries, along with one interception and one blocked punt returned for a touchdown. CAREER STATS Tackles Passes Fumbles Year GP Solo Ast Tot. T FL-Yds S -Yds BU Def. Rec-Yds Forced 2011 3 2 3 5 1-1 0 0 0 0-0 0 2012 7 9 6 15 2-16 2-16 1 1 1-0 1 Total 10 11 9 20 3-17 2-16 1 1 1-0 1

HUNTER LITTLE JUNIOR • DEFENSIVE LINE 6’5” • 245 ROCKFORD, TENN. WEBB SCHOOL OF KNOXVILLE

96

2012: Played in five games … Contributed on special teams … Assisted on a tackle against Fordham. 2011: Played in two games ... Totaled two tackles ... Also saw junior varsity action. At Webb School of Knoxville: Tennessee Mr. Football Finalist ... Two-time football state champion ... All-state ... All-region ... All-KIL team 2010... AllPrep Xtra first team 2010 ... Team captain as a senior ... National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Scholar-Athlete Award winner ... Recipient of Knoxville Optimist Club “John Mauer Award” for Athletic and Academic Achievement.

CAREER STATS Tackles Year GP Solo Ast. 2011 2 1 1 2012 5 0 1 Total 7 1 2

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TREVOR BELL

SOPHOMORE • DEFENSIVE BACK 5’8” • 180 BEAUMONT, TEXAS HAMSHIRE FANNETT

2

2012: Played in nine games, serving as the top kick returner on the team … Returned 12 kick-offs for 258 yards… longest return of the season was 37 yards against Princeton and Cornell ... Returned three kicks against the Tigers for 82 yards … Brought back three kicks at Brown for 53 yards. At Hamshire Fannett: Played football and ran track ... In football was first team all-district as a senior ... Invited to play in the TASC State Football Game ... Was named TAAF Beaumont Athlete of the Year ... Was Track & Field 21 3A MVP ... Competed in National Junior Olympics in track.

CAREER STATS Year 2012 Total

TREVOR McDONAGH SOPHOMORE • QUARTERBACK 6’2” • 206 ST. LOUIS, MO. ST. LOUIS UNIV. HIGH SCHOOL

7

2012: Played in two games… threw for 166 yards, completing 14 of 29 passes … Completed a season-high nine passes for 125 yards at Harvard. At St. Louis University High School: A two-time first team all-conference and a second team all-state honoree ... As a senior completed 195 of 334 passes for 3,440 yards ... Threw for 29 touchdowns and had seven rushing TDs.

CAREER STATS Year GP 2012 2 Total 2

48

Effic Cmp-Att-Int Pct 82.6 14-29-2 48.3 82.6 14-29-2 48.3

Yards 166 166

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Long Avg/g 24 83.0 24 83.0

GP 9 9

Kick Returns 12 12

Yards 258 258

Avg 21.5 21.5

Long 37 37

PLAYER PROFILES

HANK TRUMBULL

MATTHEW CAHAL

SOPHOMORE • QUARTERBACK 6’3” • 210 MANHATTAN BEACH, CALIF. CHADWICK

SOPHOMORE • DEFENSIVE BACK 6’1” • 185 PARADISE VALLEY, ARIZ. BROPHY COLLEGE PREP

20

18 2012: Played in one game against Cornell. At Chadwick School: As a senior was team captain, Prep League MVP, first team All-CIF, second team All-Southern California and ESPN second team all-state ... Three-time first team all-league and three-time first team All-CIF ... Threw for 3,614 yards and 44 touchdowns.

2012: Played in nine games… contributed on special teams and played corner… totaled four tackles with two solo tackles … Recorded a solo stop and assisted on two tackles at Harvard. At Brophy College Preparatory: Earned two letters in football ... First team all-region as junior ... First team all-section as senior ... Holds three school records (interceptions in a game (tied), interceptions in a season (tied), first in tackles for a career) ... Finished with 76 tackles as a junior and 66 tackles as a senior.

CAREER STATS Tackles Year GP Solo Asst 2012 9 2 2 Total 9 2 2

SCOOTER HOLLIS SOPHOMORE • WIDE RECEIVER 5’11” • 177 BOWLING GREEN, KY. BOWLING GREEN HIGH SCHOOL

19

2012: Played in six games … Had one rush for six yards at Penn. At Bowling Green: Led team to a 15-0 record and the state 5A championship as a senior ... Completed 125 of 189 passes for 2,331 yards and 28 touchdowns ... Also rushed for 834 yards and 13 scores.

Total 4 4

KEVIN McCARTHY

SOPHOMORE • DEFENSIVE BACK 6’0” • 190 HINGHAM, MASS. HINGHAM

25 2012: Played in one game … Contributed on special teams … Tallied two tackles against Cornell. At Hingham: Earned eight letters, including three in football, four in track and one in basketball ... Captained both football and track as a senior ... Earned Boston Globe and Boston Herald All-Star distinction playing running back and corner.

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PLAYER PROFILES

CAMERON MOLINA

TRAVIS REIM

SOPHOMORE • RUNNING BACK 5’10” • 196 BROADLANDS, VA. TUSCARORA

SOPHOMORE • DEFENSIVE BACK 6’1” • 192 CEDAR PARK, TEXAS CEDAR PARK

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2012: Played in six games … Rushed for 30 yards on 11 carries … Had season-highs with seven rushes and 29 yards at Penn. At Tuscarora: Earned letters in football, lacrosse and track ... Captained football and lacrosse as a junior and senior ... First team all-district in 2010 and 2011 ... As a senior, amassed 1,292 yards rushing with 19 touchdowns ... Named Virginia State Division 3 Player of the Year.

CAREER STATS Year 2012 Total:

GP 6 6

41

2012: Played in all 10 games… totaled 30 tackles and two interceptions, while also contributing as a kick returner… brought back seven kickoffs for 150 yards … Intercepted a pass against Fordham … Posted six tackles and a pass breakup at Penn … Had a season-high eight tackles (seven solo) and a pass breakup on Homecoming versus Dartmouth … Recorded an interception and six tackles against Cornell. At Cedar Park: Made varsity roster as sophomore ... Started all 14 games as a junior ... Team went 13-1 and won district title ... Two-time all-district safety ... Also returned kicks and punts.

CAREER STATS Att 11 11

Net 30 30

Avg 2.7 2.7

Long 7 7

Tackles Passes Year GP KR Yards Avg Long Solo Ast Tot. Int-Yds Blk. D ef. 2012 10 7 150 21.4 49 19 11 30 2-0 2 4 Total 10 7 150 21.4 49 19 11 30 2-0 2 4

JOSHUA FOSTER

MAX KEEFE

SOPHOMORE • DEFENSIVE BACK 5’10” • 177 DELRAN, N.J. DELRAN

SOPHOMORE • LINEBACKER 6’2” • 218 SHALIMAR, FLA. CHOCTAWHATCHEE

38

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2012: Did not play this season. At Delran: Played football, basketball and ran track ... Captained football and track teams as a senior ... Second team all-league defensive back as senior ... First team honors in track, running the 100m, 200m and 400m.

2012: Played in nine games, contributing on special teams. At Choctawhatchee: Team captain as a senior ... Named All-Florida ... First team all-area ... Named to Northwest Florida Dandy Dozen team ... Was among the Rivals.com Florida Varsity Top 160 players in his class.

CAREER STATS Year GP Solo 2012 9 1 Total 9 1

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Tackles Ast. Tot. 2 3 2 3

PLAYER PROFILES

ANDREW DOBITSCH

SOPHOMORE • WIDE RECEIVER 5’10” • 176 OLD TAPPAN, N.J. NORTH VALLEY REGIONAL

48

2012: Did not play this season. At North Valley Regional: Captained both football and track as a senior ... Personal bests of 63 catches in a season and 11 in a game ... First team all-league, first team all-county, second team All-North Jersey ... Named third team all-state.

MARK CIESLAK

SOPHOMORE • LINEBACKER 5’10” • 223 MONTVALE, N.J. SAINT JOSEPH REGIONAL

51 2012: Played in one game, the season-finale at Brown. At St. Joseph’s Regional: Played basketball, football and baseball ... Captained football as senior ... Also played fullback ... Earned first team all-county, second team all-state and second team All-Metro honors ... Finished 2011 with 108 tackles, four sacks and one interception ... Team won football state championship in 2008, 2009 and 2011.

NICK DURHAM SOPHOMORE • TIGHT END 6’2” • 230 CINCINNATI, OHIO BISHOP FENWICK

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2012: Played in all 10 games… caught four passes for 47 yards… averaged 11.8 yards per catch … Caught a 16-yard pass against Fordham, his longest of the season … Had catches in back-to-back games against Cornell and Brown. At Bishop Fenwick: In 2010 earned first team All-GCL, Division IV AllSouthwest District Honorable Mention, and Middletown Journal All-Area second team ... In 2011 earned first team All-GCL, first team All-Southwest District and first team all-area.

CAREER STATS Year 2012 Total:

GP 10 10

Rec. 4 4

Yds. 47 47

Avg. 11.8 11.8

TD 0 0

Long 16 16

Avg/G 4.7 4.7

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PLAYER PROFILES

TOBA AKINLEYE

SOPHOMORE • DEFENSIVE LINE 6’3” • 239 BROOKLYN, N.Y. FORT HAMILTON

58

2012: Played in two games… totaled two tackles with one tackle for loss. At Fort Hamilton: Played three years of varsity football ... All-borough ... New York Post all-city selection ... New York Daily News first team allborough defensive lineman ... Second team all-state ... MSG Varsity first team all-city ... Finished 2012 season with 63 tackles and 17 sacks.

CAREER STATS Tackles Year GP Solo Ast. 2012 2 1 1 Total 2 1 1

JACOB ARDRON SOPHOMORE • LINEBACKER 6’1” • 220 POMONA, CALIF. DIAMOND RANCH

54 2012: Saw game time in one game this season. At Diamond Ranch: Earned three varsity letters in football ... Team captain as a junior and senior ... Named first team all-league, All-CIF, All-Inland Valley and All-San Gabriel Valley.

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Tot. 2 2

TFL-Yds. 1-2 1-2

ERIC KUKLINSKI SOPHOMORE • OFFENSIVE LINE 6’7” • 254 PLEASANT VALLEY, N.Y. ARLINGTON

71 2012: Saw action in one game at tackle. At Arlington: Earned two varsity football letters ... Played both offensive and defensive tackle ... Named 2011 all-league and a 2011 Section 1 AllStar.

PLAYER PROFILES

KEITH RAMLJAK

SOPHOMORE • OFFENSIVE LINE 6’2” • 271 WESTLAKE VILLAGE, CALIF. WESTLAKE

72

2012: Played in nine games primarily at offensive guard … Made two special teams tackles. At Westlake: Earned three varsity letters at left tackle ... Earned team’s offensive MVP honors as a senior ... Named second team All-California by MaxPreps, first team Los Angeles all-area, first team All-CIF and Marmonte League lineman of the year.

BILLY LAWRENCE

SOPHOMORE • OFFENSIVE LINE 6’7” • 261 BURR RIDGE, ILL. SAINT IGNATIUS COLLEGE PREP

MARSHALL MARKHAM

SOPHOMORE • OFFENSIVE LINE 6’4” • 265 HOUSTON, TEXAS KINKAID

74

2012: Did not play this season. At Kinkaid: Helped lead team to a 10-1 record as a senior.

JD HURT

SOPHOMORE • DEFENSIVE LINE 6’2” • 253 GLEN COVE, N.Y. SAINT ANTHONY’S

73

75

2012: Saw action in seven games at tackle. At Saint Ignatius College Prep: All-league selection at left tackle as a senior.

2012: Did not play this season. At St. Anthony’s: Finished 2012 season with 36 tackles, a sack and an interception ... Team went 10-0 and ranked second in New York State ... Averaged 5.1 tackles per game with 18 of his 36 total tackles being unassisted.

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PLAYER PROFILES

ISAIAH GROSS

CHRIS CONNORS

SOPHOMORE • WIDE RECEIVER 6’2” • 183 SAN DIEGO, CALIF. POWAY

SOPHOMORE • WIDE RECEIVER 6’0” • 201 NORTH OLMSTED, OHIO SAINT EDWARD

81

2012: Played in five games … Caught 10 passes for 153 yards... longest reception was 46 yards against Marist … Caught six passes for 90 yards against Fordham. At Poway: Earned first team all-league honors after totaling 30 receptions for 500 yards and seven touchdowns as a senior ... Named Poway High School Student-Athlete of the Year as a senior ... Led team to a 2011 CIFSDS Championship.

85

2012: Played in eight games … Second on the team with 29 receptions and 376 yards … Led the team with three receiving touchdowns … Averaged 13 yards per catch … Had three receptions for 52 yards at Penn … Caught his first collegiate touchdown against Dartmouth ... Set season-highs with eight grabs and 96 yards against Yale … Snagged six passes for 84 yards and two touchdowns against Cornell … Ended the year with five catches for 67 yards at Brown. At Saint Edward: Team won 2010 state championship ... Led team in receptions as senior with 40 for 500 yards ... Earned three letters in football ... Captain as a senior.

CAREER STATS Year 2012 Total

GP 5 5

Rec. 10 10

CAREER STATS Yards 153 153

Avg 15.3 15.3

TD 0 0

Long 46 46

Year 2012 Total

GP 8 8

Rec. 29 29

Yards 376 376

Avg 13.0 13.0

TD 3 3

Long 32 32

NIKO PADILLA

SOPHOMORE • DEFENSIVE LINE 6’1” • 276 DALLAS, TEXAS PARISH EPISCOPAL SCHOOL

93

2012: Played in nine games… totaled 14 tackles with 1.5 sacks. At Parish Episcopal School: As a junior was the District 2-4A overall MVP and first team all-state on offensive and defensive line ... Finished 2012 with 73 tackles, 16 sacks and 37 tackles for a loss ... Earned TAPPS first team all-state on offensive and defensive line.

CAREER STATS Tackles Year GP Solo Ast. Tot. 2012 9 6 8 14 Total 9 6 8 14

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TFL-Yds 2.5-17 2.5-17

Sacks-Yds 1.5-15 1.5-15

PLAYER PROFILES

BRETT NOTTINGHAM

12

JUNIOR • QUARTERBACK 6’4” • 217 ALAMO, CALIF. • MONTE VISTA (STANFORD)

At Stanford 2012: Appeared in two games. At Stanford 2011: Saw action in six games as primary backup to Andrew Luck in 2011 ... Made appearances against San Jose State, Duke, UCLA, Colorado, Washington and Oregon State ... Completed 5-of-8 passes for 78 yards and touchdown ... Led Stanford to late-game touchdowns against San Jose State and Duke ... Threw first career touchdown pass in season opener against San Jose State, connecting with tight end Coby Fleener on a 39-yarder at the 9:04 mark of the fourth quarter. High School: Graduated from Monte Vista High School in Danville, Calif. ... Played for head coach Craig Bergman ... Four-star recruit, ranked as one of top quarterback prospects in nation ... Ranked fourth-best prostyle quarterback by Rivals.com, 12th by ESPNU.com and 14th by Scout. com ... Ranked as nation’s 74th top recruit on PrepStar’s Dream Team ... SuperPrep All-American (No. 19 quarterback) ... Rated 26th top recruit in the California/Hawaii/Nevada region by SuperPrep ... Three-year starting quarterback at Monte Vista ... Competed 502 of 726 passes (69.1) for 7,467 yards and 91 touchdowns during high school career ... 502 completions ranks fourth all-time in Northern California prep history while 7,467 passing yards rank seventh ... His 69.1 career completion percentage ranks fifth in California high school annals ... Completed 260 of 369 passes (70.5) for 3,962 yards and 45 touchdowns as senior ... Completion percentage was seventh-best single-season mark in Northern California prep history while 45 touchdowns were the second most by a Northern California prep quarterback... His passing total of 3,962 yards were the second most by a Northern California high school quarterback behind Gilroy’s Jamie Jensen, who threw for 4,323 yards in 2007 ... First-team all-state selection by Cal-Hi Sports ... GoldenStatePreps.com Offensive Player of the Year as a senior ... Also earned first team All-East Bay Athletic League and All-Metro honors ... Bay Area News Group East Bay Offensive Player of the Year ... Won the Peter Villa Award as the best high school player in the San Ramon Valley ... Listed first on the Bay Area News Group’s 2010 Cream of the Crop ... Helped Monte Vista to a 9-4 overall mark and a semifinal appearance in the North Coast Section playoffs as a senior ... Also lettered in baseball. Personal: Parents are Paul and Debbi Nottingham ... Has two older sisters, Megan and Ali. CAREER STATS (AT STANFORD) Year GP Effic Cmp-Att-Int Pct Yards TD Long Avg/g 2011 6 185.6 5-8-0 62.5 78 1 39 13.0 2012 2 85.6 5-8-0 62.5 22 0 9 11.0 Total 8 135.6 10-16-0 62.5 100 1 39 12.5

KELLY HILINSKI

4

FIRST-YEAR • QUARTERBACK 6’6” • 215 CLAREMONT, CALIF. • NOTRE DAME HIGH

High School: Attended Notre Dame High School in Sherman Oaks, Calif. ... Played for head coach Kevin Rooney … Was captain senior year and All-Serra League quarterback … Turned down scholarships at Arkansas, Colorado, UNLV and Wyoming… Also played baseball, track and basketball. Personal: Intended major is pre-dedicine ... Parents are Kym and Mark Hilinski ... Has two younger brothers, Tyler (16) and Ryan (12).

CAMERON NIZIALEK FIRST-YEAR • KICKER/PUNTER 6’2” • 197 CHANTILLY, VA. • FREEDOM

6

High School: Attended Freedom High School in South Riding, Va. ... Played for head coach Michael Mullins … 2011 and 2012 all-district kicker and punter … 2012 all-region Kicker and Punter … 2012 honorable mention All-MET … Also lettered in soccer and basketball. Personal: Parents are Tanya and Jason Nizialek ... Has a younger sibling, Carson (14).

TOURE DOUGLAS

FIRST-YEAR • WIDE RECEIVER 6’4” • 196 VINELAND, N.J. • VINELAND

9

High School: Attended Vineland High School in Vineland, N.J. ... Played for head coach Josh Hedgeman … Captain of the Fighting Clan his senior season … Two-time Cape Atlantic League All-Star … Scholar-Athlete with a GPA of 4.34 … Turned down scholarship offers from Lehigh and Bryant … Also lettered in winter and spring Track. Personal: Parents are Marcia and Lawrence Douglas ... Has two older siblings Melecia Douglas-Perren and Travis Douglas.

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PLAYER PROFILES

NICHOLAS ANNABI

FIRST-YEAR • DEFENSIVE BACK 6’1” • 201 EL PASO, TEXAS • CORONADO

10

High School: Attended Coronado High School in El Paso, Texas ... Played for head coach Robert Anderson ... Texas 5A all-district team in 2010, 2011 and 2012 …First team all-city in 2011 and 2012 ... Dave Campbell’s Texas Football Magazine 1-5A Preseason Defensive MVP … Coronado team captain and 2012 MVP … El Paso Times Player of the Week (three times) … Academic all-district as a sophomore and junior… Second-team academic all-state in 2012 …. Invited to West Texas Classic All-Star Game … Also lettered in track. Personal: Parents are Michael and Najwa Annabi ... Has older brother Hani, who is a starting linebacker at Johns Hopkins, and two younger siblings, Abraham and Nikki.

CAMERON DUNN

FIRST-YEAR • WIDE RECEIVER 6’3” • 210 MASON, OHIO • ST. XAVIER

13

High School: Attended Saint Xavier High School in Cincinnati, Ohio ... Played for head coach Steve Specht … 2011 Regional Champions … 2012 League Champions … Turned down football scholarships from Air Force and Navy … Also lettered in basketball and track. Personal: Intended major is economics ... Parents are Renee and Marty Dunn ... Has an older sister, Alyssa

DENZEL HILL

FIRST-YEAR • WIDE RECEIVER 6’3” • 192 WALDORF, MD. • NORTH POINT

15

High School: Attended North Point High School in Waldorf, Md. … Played for head coach Ken Lane … 2012 Chick-Fil-A All-Star Football Team member … 2012 Offensive Receiver Award … Maryland indoor track 4A state champion, 55M, 4x200M in 2012-2013 … 2011-12 SMAC allconference track and field … 2011-12 SMAC Finals 200M winner ….20112012 SMAC Finals 100M and 800M runner-up … Fifteenth highest score out of 1,388 Athletes at NIKE SPARQ Combine, March 2012 … AAU Junior Olympic Games participant, New Orleans, La., August 2011 … Turned down a full scholarship at Fordham … Also lettered in indoor track and field. Personal: Intended major is engineering ... Parents are Patricia and Norman Hill ... Has an older brother, Patrick (20).

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BEN KAPLAN

16

FIRST-YEAR • WIDE RECEIVER 6’4” • 188 ST. CHARLES, ILL. • SAINT CHARLES NORTH

High School: Attended Saint Charles North High School in Saint Charles, Ill. ... Played for head coach Mark Gould … Led conference in kick return yardage as a junior… Seventy receptions in 2012 … Also lettered in basketball and track & field. Personal: Intended major is economics ... Parents are Kathyrn and Larry Kaplan ... Has an older sister, Laura (21).

17

LORENZO BRADFORD

FIRST-YEAR • DEFENSIVE BACK 5’10” • 161 CARLSBAD, CALIF. • LA COSTA CANYON/RED MOUNTAIN

High School: Attended Red Mountain High School in Mesa, Ariz. ... Played for head coach Ron Wiznewski … First-team all-city … All-Arizona Honorable Mention … Also competed in basketball and track … Member of league champion 4x100-meter track team when he attended La Costa Canyon High School. Personal: Intended major is journalism ... Parents are Elaine and Eddie Bradford ... Has an older sister, Brittany, and a younger brother, Trey.

JARED KATZ

FIRST-YEAR • DEFENSIVE BACK 6’2” • 211 MANORVILLE, N.Y. • ST. ANTHONY’S

21

High School: Attended St. Anthony’s High School in Melville, N.Y. ... Played for head coach Rich Reichert … 2012 all-league ... Went 8-3 in 2012 … Ranked as the No. 6 team in N.Y. Personal: Intended major is mechanical Engineering ... Parents are Michael and Hannah Katz ... Has three younger siblings, Destinie (15), Lluna (13) and Michael (9).

PLAYER PROFILES

BROCK KENYON

FIRST-YEAR • DEFENSIVE BACK 6’1” • 192 AUSTIN, TEXAS • LAKE TRAVIS

22

High School: Attended Lake Travis High School in Austin, Texas ... Played for head coach Hank Carter … 2012 district champions senior year … Recorded 59 tackles, two TFL, one FR, two INTs, 12 KDPs in 2012 … 2012 first team all-district DB … Named 2012 honorable mention 5A allstate football team by Texas Sports Writers Association … 2012 honorable mention all-state all-academic … 2012 Class 5A Region II Elite Team, second-team … Lake Travis DB of the Year 2012 … First team all-district DB 2011 … First team all-district all-academic 2011 … 2010 and 2011 4A DI Texas State High School Football Champions also lettered in Track & Field (110 & 300 Hurdles and 4x4 Relay). Personal: Intended major is economics ... Parents Leigh Ann and Brian Kenyon...Has two older brothers, Blake (24) and Brooks (21).

WILLIE PEOPLES

FIRST-YEAR • DEFENSIVE BACK 6’0” • 190

26

CAMBRIDGE, MASS. • BUCKINGHAM BROWNE & NICHOLS High School: Attended Buckingham Browne and Nichols High School in Cambridge, Mass. ... Played for head coach John Papas … Honorable mention All-ISL for football … All-New England 2012 … Boston Herald Player of the Week … Team MVP and captain senior year … Coaches Cup recipient 2012 … Also lettered in lacrosse and tennis. Personal: Intended major is economics ... Parents are Elizabeth and Jeffrey Peoples … Has an older sister, Emilie (20).

ALAN WATSON

29

FIRST-YEAR • RUNNING BACK 5’9” • 181 NEW ALBANY, OHIO • NEW ALBANY

High School: Attended New Albany High School in New Albany, Ohio ... Played for head coach Mark Mueller … 2012 first-team all-conference … 2012 first-team all-district … 2012 all-state special mention … Also lettered in track & field. Personal: Parents are Gena and Gregory Watson, Sr. … Has two siblings, Andrew (12) and Elan (10).

GIANMARCO REA

34

FIRST-YEAR • LINEBACKER 6’2” • 220 BIRMINGHAM, MICH. • DETROIT COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL

High School: Attended Detroit Country Day School in Beverly Hills, Mich. ... Played for head coach Dan MacLean … Captain his senior year and led his team to a 10-3 record … All-county 2012 … All-state 2012 … Also lettered in baseball … All-district baseball 2012. Personal: Intended major is economics ... Parents are Anna and Chris Rea … Has two brothers, Anthony (18) and Christopher (11).

PARKER TOBIA

36

FIRST-YEAR • LINEBACKER 6’1” • 215 PARK RIDGE, N.J. • BERGEN CATHOLIC

High School: Attended Bergen Catholic High School in Oradell, N.J. ... Played for head coach Nunzio Campanile … Leading tackler on Bergen Catholic … Ranked as a top 10 tackler in Crusader’s history … 2012 AllMetro … 2012 All-North … All-Bergen 2011 and 2012 … Also lettered in lacrosse. Personal: Intended major is pre-medicine ... Parents are Michele Calderoni and Adam Tobia … Has two siblings, Phiona and Pierson.

JOHN HUNTON

40

FIRST-YEAR • TIGHT END 6’4” • 231 FORT SMITH, ARK. • FORT SMITH SOUTHSIDE

High School: Attended Fort Smith Southside High School in Fort Smith, Ark. ... Played for head coach Jeff Williams … All-conference football 2010, 2011 and 2012 … 2012 all-state team … Hootens Academic ScholarAthlete of the Year … Also lettered in basketball and baseball. Personal: Intended major is biology ... Parents are Teresa and David Hunton ... Has an older sister, Tory (24).

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PLAYER PROFILES

CONNOR SPEARS

43

FIRST-YEAR • LINEBACKER 6’6” • 235 DAKOTA DUNES, S.D. • BISHOP HEELAN

High School: Attended Bishop Heelan High School in Sioux City, Iowa ... Played for head coach Roger Jansen … 2011 and 2012 all-district … 2012 all-state second team … Also lettered in baseball and basketball. Personal: Parents are Christine and Bob Spears…has two siblings, Corinne (20) and Tucker (15).

JUSTIN AIMONETTI FIRST-YEAR • OFFENSIVE LINE 6’3” • 251 REDWOOD CITY, CALIF. • PHILLIPS ACADEMY ANDOVER

57

High School: Played for head coach Leon Modeste ... Started at center and anchored the defense as a defensive end, defensive tackle and linebacker ... Led Phillips Academy in sacks and tackles for loss ... Took official visits to Columbia, Johns Hopkins and Amherst … Turned down scholarships from Tulane, Holy Cross and Sacred Heart to play football for the Lions … Also lettered in indoor and outdoor track at Phillips. Personal: Intended major is political science ... Parents are Steve and Wendi Aimonetti ... Has two sisters, Shelbi (18) and Cammi (16).

TYLER KWIATKOWSKI

46

FIRST-YEAR • LINEBACKER 6’3” • 211 MOUNT CARMEL, PA. • MOUNT CARMEL AREA

High School: Attended Mount Carmel Area Jr./Sr. High School in Mount Carmel, Pa. ... Played for head coach Carmen Defrancesco … Was captain of his 2012 team … Heartland All-Conference selection … Also lettered in basketball and track. Personal: Parents Cheryl and Kevin Kwiatkowski ... Has two older siblings, Michael Moratelli (31) and Shauna Polifka (26).

KEITH BRADY

52

FIRST-YEAR • LINEBACKER 6’2” • 207 LIBERTY TOWNSHIP, OHIO • LAKOTA EAST

High School: Attended Lakota East High School in Liberty Township, Ohio ... Played for head coach Rick Haynes … Selected as captain his senior year and led his team to an 8-4 season … Recorded 44 tackles, 5.5 tackles for loss, two sacks, two pass break-ups, a fumble recovery and two forced fumbles in 2012 ... First-Team All-Greater Miami Conference … Greater Miami Conference All-Academic … Also lettered in basketball. Personal: Intended Major is Engineering ... Parents are Ruth and Ed Brady ... Has an older brother, John, who currently plays linebacker for the Columbia.

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NATHAN GIBBS

FIRST-YEAR • OFFENSIVE LINE 6’5” • 278 HICKORY, N.C. • HICKORY

61

High School: Attended Hickory High School in Hickory, N.C. ... Played for head coach Tom Harper … Was captain of his senior year team and led them to a 9-5 overall record … Carolina Preps All-State … Down Under Sports All-State … All-conference … Also played baseball. Personal: Parents are Ben and Lee Gibbs...Has two older siblings, Ben Gibbs (22) and Anna Gibbs (20).

RICKY WOLFF

62

FIRST-YEAR • OFFENSIVE LINE 6’3” • 244 NORTHRIDGE, CALIF. • CRESPI CARMELITE

High School: Attended Crespi Carmelite High School in Encino, Calif. ... Played for head coach Jon Mack … Team captain and led his team to an 8-2 record … Ranked the No. 19 team in California … All-league 2010 and 2012 … Daily News All-Star … Also lettered in wrestling, shot put and tennis. Personal: Intended Major is Mathematics ... Parents are Carol Shubin and Thomas Wolff (deceased) … Has a younger brother, James (16).

PLAYER PROFILES

KENDALL PACE

76

FIRST-YEAR • OFFENSIVE LINE 6’5” • 268 SUITLAND, MD. • BISCHOP MCNAMARA

High School: Attended Bishop McNamara High School in Forestville, Md. ... Played for head coach Bryce Bevill … WCAC All-Conference selection 2012 … Turned down scholarships at Mercer, Citadel, Howard and Virginia State … Only gave up three sacks during his entire high school career. Personal: Intended major is economics ... Parents are Charles and Dr. Stephanie Pace (passed away in January of 2009).

CHARLES MELKA

90

FIRST-YEAR • DEFENSIVE LINE 6’4” • 230 GLEN ELLYN, ILL. • BENET ACADEMY

High School: Attended Benet Academy in Lisle, Ill. ... Played for head coach Patrick New … All-East Suburban Catholic Conference 2012 … Selected all-area by the Daily Herald … Named all-state by Rivals.com … Academic all-state 2012 … Honored as Rookie of the Year as a junior in track & field … Awarded 2013 Illinois State Scholar, a prestigious award given to only 10 percent of high school seniors statewide … Also lettered in track & field. Personal: Intended majors is conomics ... Parents are Jeanette and Charlie Melka ... Has an older brother, Nicholas, who currently plays for the Lions.

WILLIAM CARSON FIRST-YEAR • DEFENSIVE LINE 6’3” • 283

ANTHONY BONADIES FIRST-YEAR • OFFENSIVE LINE 6’5” • 294 LEONIA, N.J. • LEONIA

95

High School: Attended Leonia High School in Leonia, N.J. … Played for head coach Dave Schuman … Three-time varsity football letterman … Captain of the Tigers his junior and senior seasons … Named First Team All-North Jersey … First team all-state group 3 … Second team allcounty…First team all-league. Personal: Parents are Michael and Anne Bonadies ... Two older brothers, Joe (four-year offensive lineman for Penn; 2012 first team All-Ivy League) and Nick (former defensive end at Bryant).

KYRIAKOS MOURKAKOS

99

FIRST-YEAR • DEFENSIVE LINE 6’3” • 238 ALPINE, N.J. • DWIGHT ENGLEWOOD

High School: Attended Dwight Englewood High School in Alpine, N.J. ... Played for head coach James Panepinto … Captain his senior year … 2012 all-league ... Also lettered in basketball. Personal: Intended major is pre-med/philosophy ... Parents are Kally and Othon Mourkakos ... Has three older siblings: Stacey, Paulina, and Christina.

94

LEXINGTON, S.C. • LEXINGTON

High School: Attended Lexington High School in Lexington, S.C. ... Played for head coach Scott Earley … Undefeated regular season junior year … Ranked No. 1 team … Region champions … Eleven-Time Defensive Lineman of the Week … One hundred career tackles … 2012 Allan Whitacre Academic Award recipient … Also a three-year letterman in wrestling … 17-3 record as a senior … 2013 State Duals Champion. Personal: Intended major is biology ... Parents are Margaret and James Carson ... Has an older brother, Jimmy, who played football for Bucknell, and two sisters Maggie (21), and Grace (12).

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2012 IN REVIEW Columbia Football Columbia Combined Team Statistics (as of Nov 14, 2012) All games

* * * * * *

D ate Sep 15, 201 Sep 22, 201 Sep 29, 201 O ct 6 , 2 0 1 2 O ct 1 3 , 2 0 1 O ct 2 0 , 2 0 1 O ct 2 6 , 2 0 1 Nov 03, 201 1 1 /1 0 /1 2

O pponent M A R IS T FORDHAM P R IN C E T O N a t # 1 0 L e h ig h at Penn DARTM OUTH YALE a t # 2 1 H a rva rd CO RNELL

R u s h in g

G a rre tt, M . B ra cke tt, S e a n M o lin a , C a m e ro n S ilvio , S te ve n F ish e r, A le c H o llis, S co o te r Lo w ry, G riffin G e rst, M ike TEAM D e la n e y, P a u l M cD o n a g h , T . T o ta l O p p o n e n ts P a s s in g

B ra cke tt, S e a n M cD o n a g h , T . W e iss, A n d re w T o ta l O p p o n e n ts R e c e iv in g

N e llig a n , C . G a rn e r, H . C o n n o rs, C h ris G a rre tt, M . W a n a m a ke r, Ja ke D iN o vo , L o u is G ro ss, Isa ia h F la n n e ry, R ya n D u rh a m , N ick S ilvio , S te ve n H o llis, S co o te r T o ta l O p p o n e n ts F ield G o als

E d d y, L u ke S c o rin g

E d d y, L u ke G a rre tt, M . C o n n o rs, C h ris G a rn e r, H . D iN o vo , L o u is O lin g e r, Z a ch W a n a m a ke r, Ja ke B ra cke tt, S e a n M u rp h y, R ya n P e rfe tti, D e a n T o ta l O p p o n e n ts S c o re b y Q u a rte rs C o lu m b ia O p p o n e n ts

60

g

att g ain lo ss

n et avg td

9 194 934 33 901 9 70 218 185 33 5 11 31 1 30 8 4 7 0 7 9 3 7 0 7 6 1 6 0 6 5 3 10 4 6 3 3 3 0 3 5 3 0 5 -5 9 1 0 1 8 -1 8 2 7 0 4 7 -4 7 9 300 1216 293 923 9 350 1686 319 1367 g

S c o re 1 0 -9 1 3 -2 0 6 -3 3 1 4 -3 5 2 0 -2 4 1 6 -2 1 2 6 -2 2 0 -6 9 3 4 -1 7

W L L L L L W L W

effic co m p -att-in t

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

p ct

lg avg /g

yd s td

5 2 .0 1 7 0 1 8 4 8 .3 1 6 6 0 0 .0 0 0 5 1 .5 1 8 6 7 8 6 1 .9 1 9 6 1 17

g no.

td

yd s

fg

avg

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

4 1 6 4.7 3 4 3 4.7 2 8 4 4 .1 2 5 1 7 .1 1 2 1 3 .4 6 0 1 7 .3 4 6 3 0 .6 9 1 0.3 1 6 4 .4 1 6 4 .9 0 -0 .5 6 0 2 0 7 .4 6 7 2 1 7.9

In tercep tio n s

fg

6 -6

kick

- 1 1 -1 7 1 3 -1 4 7 3 1 1 1 1 1 - - 1 -1 1 5 1 1 -1 7 1 4 -1 5 3 2 9 -1 2 2 9 -3 1 1st

20 52

2n d

34 82

3rd

48 44

2 -3

3 -8

0-0

lg b lk

44

PAT ru sh rcv p ass d xp saf p ts

1 -1

4th

37 72

2013 COLUMBIA FOOTBALL

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OT

0 0

-

T o tal 139 250

no.

O linger, Z ach W aller, M ike R eim , T ravis C arter, M arquel D eV eau, B rian

p ct. 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 5 0 -9 9

1 1 -1 7 6 4 .7 0 -0 td

lg avg /g

60 189.0 24 83.0 0 0.0 60 207.4 67 217.9

lg avg /g

0 1 3 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 8 17

-

- 46 - 42 - 18 6 6 6 6 6 1 2 1 1 139 - 250

Hom e 3-3 2-2 1-1

T eam S tatistics F IR S T D O W N S R u s h in g P a s s in g P e n a lty R U S H IN G Y A R D A G E R ushing A ttem pts A verage P er R ush A verage P er G am e T D s R ushing P A S S IN G Y A R D A G E C o m p -A tt-In t A verage P er P ass A verage P er C atch A verage P er G am e T D s P assing TOTAL OFFENSE A verage P er P lay A verage P er G am e K IC K R E T U R N S : #-Y ards P U N T R E T U R N S : #-Y ards IN T R E T U R N S : #-Y ards F U M B LE S -LO S T P E N A LT IE S -Y ards P U N T S -A V G T IM E O F P O S S E S S IO N /G 3R D -D O W N C onversions 4T H -D O W N C onversions

86 100.1 22 3.7 7 6.0 3 0.9 3 0.8 6 1.0 7 1.2 2 1.0 0 -1.0 0 -2.0 0 -23.5 86 102.6 92 151.9

9 1 0 1 .0 9 1 5 6 -3 0 0 -1 1 2 8 2 .5 7 1 4 -2 9 -2 1 0 .0 0 0 -1 -0 9 9 9 .1 6 1 7 0 -3 3 0 -1 3 9 1 3 6 .2 0 1 6 9 -2 7 3 -9 9 56 582 9 25 312 7 24 309 9 20 154 7 12 94 9 11 156 5 10 153 3 5 31 9 3 40 8 3 39 6 1 -3 9 170 1867 9 169 1961

R eco rd : O verall A ll gam es 3-6 C onference 2-4 N on-C onference 1-2

A tt. 3933 4318 4469 5025 6189 11127 4130 5838 5620

1

3 2 2 1 1

A w ay 0-3 0-2 0-1

COL 154 49 93 12 923 300 3.1 102.6 6 1867 170-330-13 5.7 11.0 207.4 8 2790 4.4 310.0 28-574 17-136 9-52 14-6 52-444 63-39.4 2 9 :3 7 45/142 1/10 yd s avg td

43 14.3 0 0.0 0 0.0 9 9.0 0 0.0

P u n tin g

n o . yd s avg

D elaney, P aul

63 248 39.4 73

15 0 0 9 0

lg tb

fc i20 50+ b lk

7 20 13

no.

yd s avg td

F isher, A lec B lackshear, B . TEAM T otal O pponents

14 2 1 17 11

118 8.4 22 11.0 -4 -4.0 136 8.0 47 4.3

K ick R etu rn s

no.

yd s avg td

F isher, A lec B ell, T revor R eim , T ravis B lackshear, B . S kalitzky, M ike T otal O pponents

10 9 6 2 1 28 28

186 18.6 205 22.8 136 22.7 29 14.5 18 18.0 574 20.5 587 21.0 pr

OPP 180 76 92 12 1367 350 3.9 151.9 13 1961 169-273-9 7.2 11.6 217.9 17 3328 5.3 369.8 28-587 11-47 13-135 18-13 65-536 51-40.5 3 0 :2 3 46/123 4/9 lg

1 0 0 0 0

P u n t R etu rn s

rcv

N eu tral 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 kr

9

0

lg

30 21 0 30 18 lg

28 37 49 21 18 49 94

A ll P u rp o s e

g ru sh

G arrett, M . N elligan, C . G arner, H . F isher, A lec C onnors, C hri T otal O pponents

9 901 154 0 0 0 1055 117.2 9 0 582 0 0 0 582 64.7 9 0 312 0 0 0 312 34.7 9 7 0 118 186 0 311 34.6 7 0 309 0 0 0 309 44.1 9 923 1867 136 574 52 3552 394.7 9 1367 1961 47 587 135 4097 455.2

ir to tal avg /g

T o tal O ffen se

g p lays ru sh p ass to tal avg /g

B rackett, S ean G arrett, M . M cD onagh, T . M olina, C am eron

9 9 2 5

370 194 36 11

33 1701 1734 192.7 901 0 901 100.1 -47 166 119 59.5 30 0 30 6.0

2012 IN REVIEW Columbia Football Columbia Overall Defensive Statistics (as of Dec 07, 2012) All games

## 55 21 4 95 2 24 3 26 90 41 53 79 98 27 28 56 92 93 8 35 97 12 39 47 20 57 30 91 88 58 72 2D 45 5 85 86 96 73 70 84 10 19 22

Defensive Leaders

Olinger, Zach Waller, Mike Murphy, Ryan Martin, Josh DeVeau, Brian Carter, Marquel DiTommaso, Mike Patterson, Will Lee, Greg Reim, Travis East, Brian Childress, W. Sommers, Shad Mingo, Jeremy Braddock, Augie Pesanello, Ray Washington, C. Padilla, Niko Thaxton, M. Pugliese, Vinny Melka, Nick Luster, Devan Patmon, Darin Brady, John Cahal, Matthew Keefe, Max Eddy, Luke Adebayo, Seyi Garner, H. Akinleye, Toba Ramljak, Keith McCarthy, Kevin Schwartz, Roy Keefe, John Connors, Chris DiNovo, Louis Little, Hunter Lawrence, Billy Yukevich, Jimmy Nelligan, C. Brackett, Sean Hollis, Scooter Blackshear, B. Total Opponents

gp-gs

10-10 10-9 10-10 10-10 10-10 10-10 10-4 10-9 10-10 10-6 10-0 10-1 10-10 9-0 10-6 9-0 7-0 9-0 10-4 10-0 3-0 10-0 9-0 9-0 9-0 9-0 10-0 1-1 10-10 2-0 9-9 1-0 10-0 10-0 8-4 10-1 5-0 7-4 9-9 10-10 10-10 6-0 8-0 10 10

ua

42 43 30 29 28 24 16 19 10 19 13 11 5 12 10 9 9 6 7 9 3 5 6 2 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 . 389 358

Tackles a tot

47 34 27 21 12 16 18 15 22 11 12 13 15 7 8 7 6 8 5 2 5 3 2 3 2 2 1 1 . 1 . 1 . 1 . . 1 . . . . . 1 330 336

89 77 57 50 40 40 34 34 32 30 25 24 20 19 18 16 15 14 12 11 8 8 8 5 4 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 719 694

tfl/yds

5.5-8 3.5-11 8.0-41 11.5-65 . 4.0-7 . 10.0-43 3.5-19 . 1.0-4 2.0-4 1.5-3 . . . 2.0-16 2.5-17 . . 0.5-4 . . . . . . 1.0-8 . 1.0-2 . . . . . . 0.5-3 . . . . . . 58-255 74-335

Sacks no-yds

1.0-1 1.0-5 3.5-23 6.5-58 . 2.0-5 . 4.5-32 3.5-19 . . 1.0-3 . . . . 2.0-16 1.5-15 . . 0.5-4 . . . . . . 1.0-8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27-186 40-246

Pass defense int-yds brup qbh

3-43 3-0 . . 1-0 1-9 . . . 2-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-52 14-151

1 5 . . 4 5 3 1 1 2 2 . . 1 . . 1 . 2 . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 47

1 . . 3 . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 16

Fumbles rcv-yds

1-0 1-0 2-0 2-0 1-0 1-0 . . . . 2-0 . . 1-0 1-29 . 1-0 . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-29 6-0

ff

1 2 . 1 . . . 1 . . . . . 1 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 6

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blkd kick

. . . . . . . . . . . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 1

saf

. . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 .

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2012 IN REVIEW

REVIEW COLUMBIA AMONG THE IVY LEAGUE LEADERS TEAM RANKINGS

Category Rank Number Scoring Offense ........................................ 8th.............................. 14.5 PG Scoring Defense........................................ 6th.............................. 27.2 PG Total Offense............................................. 8th............................303.9 YPG Total Defense............................................ 4th............................373.5 YPG Rushing Offense........................................ 7th.............................99.7 YPG Rushing Defense....................................... 6th............................151.6 YPG Passing Offense........................................ 7th............................204.2 YPG Pass Defense............................................ 3rd............................221.9 YPG Passing Efficiency..................................... 8th................................. 98.6 Pass Efficiency Defense ........................... 7th................................ 138.9 Kickoff Return Average.............................. 3th.............................20.0 YPG Punt Return Average.................................2nd..............................7.6 YPG Interceptions.............................................. 5th...................................10 Net Punting ............................................... 4th.............................36.5 YPG Sacks......................................................... 4th...................................27 Sacks Allowed........................................... 8th...................................40 First Downs................................................ 8th.............................. 16.7 PG Oponent First Downs................................. 5th.............................. 20.0 PG Third Down Conversion Rate.................... 8th................................31.4% Opp. Third Down Conversion Rate............ 5th................................38.0% Fourth Down Conversion Rate.................. 8th................................14.3% Opp. Fourth Down Conversion Rate........ T4th...............................50.0% Time of Possession................................... 6th................................ 29:32 Turnover Margin.......................................T2nd................................ +.40 Red Zone Offense..................................... 7th................................67.9% Red Zone Defense.................................... 5th................................79.4%

FINAL 2012 IVY LEAGUE STANDINGS IVY LEAGUE OVERALL W-L PCT. W-L PCT. Penn 6-1 .857 6-4 .600 Harvard 5-2 .714 8-2 .800 Brown 4-3 .571 7-3 .700 Dartmouth 4-3 .571 6-4 .600 Princeton 4-3 .571 5-5 .500 Cornell 2-5 .286 4-6 .400 Columbia 2-5 .286 3-7 .300 Yale 1-6 .143 2-8 .200

2012 AWARD WINNERS Postseason Ivy League Honorees Marcorus Garrett ‘14CC (First Team) Josh Martin ‘13CC (First Team) Zach Olinger ‘14CC (Second Team) Mike Waller ‘13CC (Honorable Mention)

INDIVIDUAL RANKINGS Player Marcorus Garrett Sean Brackett Connor Nelligan Luke Eddy Alec Fisher Trevor Bell Paul Delaney Zach Olinger Mike Waller Josh Martin Will Patterson Brian East Ryan Murphy

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Category Rank (Avg./Total) Rushing Yards 3rd (95.7 YPG) Touchdowns 9th (7) All Purpose Yards 5th (111.5 YPG) Passing Yards 4th (187.6 YPG) Total Offense 5th (192.7 YPG) Receptions 4th (6.2 PG) Receiving Yards 10th (63.6 YPG) Scoring 9th (52) Field Goals 1st (13) Field Goal Pct. 3rd (68.4%) PAT Pct. 7th (92.9%) Punt Return Avg. 1st (8.4 YPR) Kick Return Avg. 7th (18.6 YPR) Kick Return Avg. 4th (22.8 YPR) Punting 6th (39.6 YPP) Tackles T3rd (89) Interceptions T5th (3) Tackles 7th (77) Passes Defended T7th (0.80 PG) Interceptions T5th (3) Forced Fumbles T5th (2) Sacks T4th (6.5) Tackles For Loss T6th (11.5) Fumbles Recovered T3th (2) Sacks T8th (4.5) Tackles For Loss T10th (10.0) Fumbles Recovered T3rd (2) Fumbles Recovered T3rd (2)

2013 COLUMBIA FOOTBALL

Academic All-Ivy League Wells Childress ‘14CC

Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week Zach Olinger (Sep. 17) Mike Waller (Oct. 29) Josh Martin - (Co) (Nov. 12)

Ivy League Rookie of the Week Chris Connors (Nov. 12)

2012 IN REVIEW

COLUMBIA 10, MARIST 9

GAME ONE • SEPTEMBER 15, 2012 ROBERT K. KRAFT FIELD AT WIEN STADIUM

COLUMBIA 6, PRINCETON 33

GAME THREE • SEPTEMBER 29, 2012 ROBERT K. KRAFT FIELD AT WIEN STADIUM Quickie Statistics (Final) Princeton vs Columbia (Sep 29, 2012 at New York, N.Y.)

Quickie Statistics (Final) Marist vs Columbia (Sep 15, 2012 at R.K. Kraft Field)

MAR 9 16 38-21 293 30-20-2 68-314 0-0 0-0 2-38 0-0 7-37.1 2-1 10-90 30:34 3 of 14 0 of 2 2-4

Score FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

Marist

Rushing McCoy Onakoya Jacques Myers

No. Gain Loss 18 38 5 4 13 0 4 8 0 1 0 14

Passing Looney

C-A-I 20-30-2

Receiving Calcagni Martin, A. Tralli, M. Rios

No. 6 5 4 3

Punting Myers

No. 7

Net TD 33 0 13 0 8 0 -14 0

Lg Avg 10 1.8 5 3.2 3 2.0 0 -14.0

Yds TD Long 293 1 37

Yards 76 104 29 78 Yds 260

TD 0 0 0 0

Sack 5

Long 37 37 11 35

Avg Long 37.1 56

In20 3

TB 1

Columbia

Rushing Garrett, M. Brackett, Sean Gerst, Mike TEAM Passing Brackett, Sean

C-A-I 10-22-0 No. 4 3 2 1

Punting Delaney, Paul

Princeton

No. Gain Loss 30 120 5 10 34 26 3 3 0 2 0 3

Receiving Gross, Isaiah Nelligan, C. Garrett, M. Garner, H.

Net TD 115 1 8 0 3 0 -3 0

Lg Avg 15 3.8 9 0.8 2 1.0 0 -1.5

Yds TD Long 132 0 46

Yards 63 49 14 6

No. 8

Yds 298

TD 0 0 0 0

Avg Long 37.2 59

Yards

TD

Long

Punt Returns Fisher, Alec

No. 1

Yards 4

TD 0

Long 4

Kick Returns Onakoya

No. 2

Yards 38

TD 0

Long 22

Kick Returns Bell, Trevor

No. 2

Yards 39

TD 0

Long 23

Tackles Sakowski Semelsberger Fede Marston, J.

UA-A 3-8 6-3 4-4 4-3

Qtr

Time

03:26 09:53 08:14 06:30

1st 3rd 4th

TFL 0.5 1.0 2.5 0.0

Tackles Olinger, Zach Martin, Josh Carter, Marquel Murphy, Ryan

UA-A 6-4 3-4 3-3 2-4

Total 10 7 6 6

Sacks 1.0 0.0 1.0 1.0

TB 2

TFL 2.0 1.0 1.0 1.0

Scoring Play

Rushing Atwater, DiAndr Epperly, Quinn Powers, Will Nelson, Dre

C-A-I 11-19-1 7-10-0

Receiving Wilson, Roman Kelley, Connor Costello, Matt Moak, Tom

No. 3 3 3 3

GAME TWO • SEPTEMBER 22, 2012 ROBERT K. KRAFT FIELD AT WIEN STADIUM

Fordham

Rushing Koonce, Carlton Crayton, Jared TEAM Watkins, Chris Passing Higgins, Ryan Receiving Wetzel, Brian Talbert, Nick Light, Dan Koonce, Carlton Punting Murray, Patrick

No. Gain Loss 35 265 15 1 6 0 2 0 6 1 0 7 C-A-I 17-25-1 No. 7 4 3 1 No. 7

Net TD 250 1 6 0 -6 0 -7 0

Lg Avg 92 7.1 6 6.0 0 -3.0 0 -7.0

Yds TD Long 168 1 20

Yards 55 58 30 18 Yds 305

TD 0 0 0 1

Sack 3

Long 18 20 15 18

Avg Long 43.6 59

In20 3

TB 1

FOR 20 21 47-209 168 25-17-1 72-377 0-0 1-6 3-36 1-0 7-43.6 3-3 9-70 30:48 4 of 14 0 of 0 1-2

Columbia

Rushing Garrett, M. Fisher, Alec Silvio, Steven Brackett, Sean

Receiving Gross, Isaiah DiNovo, Louis Garner, H. Nelligan, C.

No. 6 5 3 3

Punting Delaney, Paul

No. 7

Net TD 168 0 7 0 1 0 -12 0

Yards 90 91 31 21

TD 0 1 0 0

Avg Long 35.1 46

Punt Returns Wetzel, Brian

No. 1

Yards 6

TD 0

Long 6

Punt Returns Fisher, Alec

No. 3

Yards 26

TD 0

Long 11

No. 2 1

Yards 36 0

TD 0 0

Long 22 0

Kick Returns

No.

Yards

TD

Long

Tackles Olinger, Zach Waller, Mike Murphy, Ryan Martin, Josh

UA-A 5-9 6-4 5-2 5-2

Qtr 1st

2nd 4th

Time

13:38 06:00 01:12 00:15 00:34 00:00 13:01

UA-A 3-9 6-1 6-1 5-2

Total 12 7 7 7

Scoring Play

Sacks 1.0 0.0 1.0 0.0

TFL 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.0

Lg Avg 64 5.6 3 2.3 1 1.0 4 -3.0

Total 14 10 7 7

COL - Eddy, Luke 23 yd field goal, 4-4 1:18 FOR - Koonce, Carlton 92 yd run (Murray, Patrick kick), 2-92 0:19 FOR - Koonce, Carlton 18 yd pass from Higgins, Ryan (Murray, Patrick kick), 8-70 3:10 COL - DiNovo, Louis 60 yd pass from Brackett, Sean (Eddy, Luke kick), 2-75 0:57 COL - Eddy, Luke 24 yd field goal, 10-83 1:53 FOR - Murray, Patrick 42 yd field goal, 5-50 0:34 FOR - Murray, Patrick 51 yd field goal, 4-7 1:53

Sack 2 0

Long 38 60 20 14

Kick Returns Wetzel, Brian Crayton, Jared Tackles Hancock, Austin Williams, Ian Martin, Michael Rodriques, Jake

TB 1

Punting Delaney, Paul

No. 8

Yds TD Long 174 0 23

Yards 102 34 20 11 Yds 319

TD 0 0 0 0

Avg Long 39.9 57

Punt Returns Blackshear, B. Fisher, Alec

No. 2 1

Yards 22 9

TD 0 0

Long 21 9

Kick Returns Gaffney, Anthon Zeuli, Mike

No. 2 1

Yards 120 18

TD 1 0

Long 94 18

Kick Returns Fisher, Alec Bell, Trevor

No. 4 3

Yards 94 82

TD 0 0

Long 28 37

Tackles Kingsbury, Tim Sheaffer, Mande Polofsky, Alex Catapano, Mike

UA-A 2-5 4-2 2-4 3-2

Tackles Waller, Mike DeVeau, Brian Patterson, Will Murphy, Ryan

UA-A 4-6 6-3 6-3 5-2

Qtr

Time

14:49 10:43 05:49 03:38 07:56 02:34 13:20 07:31 03:37

1st 2nd

3rd 4th

Sacks 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.5

TFL 0.0 0.0 0.5 2.0

Total 10 9 9 7

Sack 5

Long 23 21 11 11

Long 0

Total 7 6 6 5

Lg Avg 11 3.0 22 -0.4 0 -18.0

In20 2

Sacks 0.0 0.0 1.0 0.0

TB 3

TFL 0.0 0.0 4.0 0.0

Scoring Play

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PRIN - Gaffney, Anthon 94 yd kickoff return (Bieck, Nolan kick) PRIN - Smith, Des 14 yd pass from Moak, Tom (Bieck, Nolan kick), 13-80 4:51 COL - Eddy, Luke 26 yd field goal, 9-61 4:48 PRIN - Bieck, Nolan 34 yd field goal, 6-41 2:06 COL - Eddy, Luke 41 yd field goal, 8-35 3:23 PRIN - Bieck, Nolan 20 yd field goal, 6-18 2:03 PRIN - Wilson, Roman 44 yd pass from Epperly, Quinn (Bieck, Nolan kick), 6-80 2:42 PRIN - Bieck, Nolan 29 yd field goal, 7-33 2:59 PRIN - Bieck, Nolan 24 yd field goal, 6-36 3:08

7-0 14 - 0 14 - 3 17 - 3 17 - 6 20 - 6 27 - 6 30 - 6 33 - 6

COLUMBIA 14, No. 10 LEHIGH 35 GAME FOUR • OCTOBER 5, 2012 MURRAY GOODMAN STADIUM Quickie Statistics (Final) Columbia vs #10 Lehigh (Oct 06, 2012 at Bethlehem, Pa.)

Yds TD Long 249 1 60 0 0 0

Yds 246

In20 0

C-A-I 18-35-2 No. 11 3 2 1

COL 14 15 27-82 163 36-16-2 63-245 0-0 2--3 1-15 1-14 7-41.6 2-0 5-55 28:09 5 of 14 0 of 2 0-0

Score FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

No. Gain Loss 30 170 2 3 7 0 1 1 0 4 4 16 C-A-I 18-38-1 0-1-0

Avg Long 50.2 68

Passing Brackett, Sean Receiving Nelligan, C. Garrett, M. Wanamaker, Jake DiNovo, Louis

Net TD 61 0 -4 0 -18 0

TD 0

COL 13 18 38-164 249 39-18-1 77-413 0-0 3-26 0-0 1-0 7-35.1 3-2 3-20 29:12 5 of 18 1 of 2 2-4

Passing Brackett, Sean Weiss, Andrew

Sack 2 0

Long 44 20 22 13

No. Gain Loss 20 64 3 9 30 34 1 0 18

Yards 0

Quickie Statistics (Final) Fordham vs Columbia (Sep 22, 2012 at R.K. Kraft Field)

Score FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

Yds 201

TD 1 0 0 0

Columbia

Rushing Garrett, M. Brackett, Sean Delaney, Paul

No. 1

3-0 3-7 3 - 10 9 - 10

COLUMBIA 13, FORDHAM 20

Lg Avg 12 3.9 17 7.0 8 3.1 0 0.0

Yds TD Long 109 0 22 101 1 44

Yards 73 44 35 23

No. 4

Net TD 51 0 42 0 40 0 0 0

COL 6 12 30-39 174 35-18-2 65-213 0-0 3-31 7-176 1-9 8-39.9 2-0 7-66 28:36 3 of 17 0 of 2 1-1

Punt Returns Costello, Matt

V-H

MAR - Myers 28 yd field goal, 12-66 5:36 COL - Garrett, M. 1 yd run (Eddy, Luke kick), 11-87 4:59 COL - Eddy, Luke 22 yd field goal, 4--1 0:50 MAR - Cotrone 1 yd pass from Looney (Myers kick blockd), 10-80 4:04

No. Gain Loss 13 52 1 6 43 1 13 42 2 1 0 0

Passing Michelsen, Conn Epperly, Quinn

Punting Cloud, Joe

In20 0

No.

Sacks 0.0 0.0 2.5 0.0

Sack 4

Long 46 22 8 6

Punt Returns

Total 11 9 8 7

PRIN 33 19 40-111 224 30-19-1 70-335 0-0 1-0 3-138 2-2 4-50.2 1-1 3-19 31:24 4 of 16 2 of 2 5-5

Score FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

COL 10 17 45-123 132 22-10-0 67-255 0-0 1-4 2-39 2-14 8-37.2 2-1 6-55 29:26 5 of 16 0 of 0 2-3

Sacks 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.5

In20 2

TB 0

Columbia

Rushing Garrett, M. Brackett, Sean

Passing Brackett, Sean

C-A-I 16-36-2

Receiving Nelligan, C. Garner, H. Wanamaker, Jake DiNovo, Louis

No. 6 3 3 2

Punting Delaney, Paul Punt Returns Fisher, Alec TEAM Kick Returns Fisher, Alec

TFL 0.0 1.0 2.5 2.5 V-H

0-3 7-3 14 - 3 14 - 10 14 - 13 17 - 13 20 - 13

No. Gain Loss 17 81 0 10 28 27

Tackles Olinger, Zach DiTommaso, Mike Waller, Mike Patterson, Will Qtr 1st

2nd 3rd 4th

Time

09:35 06:31 13:15 00:55 04:34 00:12 04:25

No. 7

Net TD 81 1 1 0

Yds TD Long 163 0 34

Yards 42 71 23 27 Yds 291

TD 0 0 0 0

Avg Long 41.6 60

Yards 1 -4

TD 0 0

Long 1 0

No. 1

Yards 15

TD 0

Long 15

Total 12 6 6 4

Sack 4

Long 9 34 12 14

No. 1 1

UA-A 10-2 4-2 4-2 3-1

Lg Avg 26 4.8 8 0.1

Sacks 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

In20 2

TB 1

Lehigh

Rushing Barket, Zach Colvin, Michael Sodeke, Rich Sherman, Keith

No. Gain Loss 9 42 1 12 41 3 7 27 0 3 7 0

Passing Colvin, Michael

C-A-I 29-38-1

Receiving Fernandez-Soto Haggins, Jamel Spadola, Ryan Kurfis, Lee

No. 8 5 5 5

Punting Divers, Tim TEAM Punt Returns Dormevil, Marcu TEAM Kick Returns Knott, Derek

TFL 1.0 0.0 0.5 1.0

LEHIGH 35 20 34-119 296 38-29-1 72-415 0-0 3-13 1-15 2-65 5-32.2 2-1 10-75 31:51 9 of 16 0 of 0 3-4

Tackles Loughery, Sam Campbell, Isaia Boyko, Billy Bianchi, Tom

No. 4 1

Net TD 41 0 38 1 27 0 7 0

Yds TD Long 296 4 30

Yards 120 84 36 29 Yds 128 33

TD 1 2 1 0

Avg Long 32.0 34 33.0 33

Yards 13 0

TD 0 0

Long 11 0

No. 1

Yards 15

TD 0

Long 15

Total 6 6 6 5

Sacks 1.0 1.0 0.0 1.0

Scoring Play

LEHIGH - Spadola, Ryan 17 yd pass from Colvin, Michael (Peery, Jake kick), 12-75 5:25 LEHIGH - Haggins, Jamel 12 yd pass from Colvin, Michael (Peery, Jake kick), 2-15 0:04 COL - Olinger, Zach 14 yd interception return (Eddy, Luke kick) LEHIGH - Colvin, Michael 5 yd run (Peery, Jake kick), 14-80 6:27 LEHIGH - Haggins, Jamel 30 yd pass from Colvin, Michael (Peery, Jake kick), 5-59 2:15 COL - Garrett, M. 26 yd run (Eddy, Luke kick), 1-26 0:08 LEHIGH - Fernandez-Soto 24 yd pass from Colvin, Michael (Peery, Jake kick), 8-55 3:22

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Sack 1

Long 29 30 17 12

No. 2 1

UA-A 5-1 3-3 2-4 4-1

Lg Avg 16 4.6 8 3.2 13 3.9 3 2.3

In20 0 0

TB 0 0

TFL 1.0 1.0 0.0 1.0 V-H

0-7 0 - 14 7 - 14 7 - 21 7 - 28 14 - 28 14 - 35

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COLUMBIA 20, PENN 24

COLUMBIA 26, YALE 22

GAME FIVE • OCTOBER 13, 2012 FRANKLIN FIELD

GAME SEVEN • OCTOBER 27, 2012 ROBERT K. KRAFT FIELD AT WIEN STADIUM

Quickie Statistics (Final) Columbia vs Penn (Oct 13, 2012 at Philadelphia, Pa.)

COL 20 23 36-196 279 37-20-0 73-475 0-0 2-37 3-49 0-0 8-40.9 0-0 7-51 30:43 2 of 13 0 of 0 3-4

Score FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

Columbia

Rushing Garrett, M. Brackett, Sean Molina, Cameron Hollis, Scooter

No. Gain Loss 19 128 10 9 56 13 7 29 0 1 6 0

Passing Brackett, Sean

C-A-I 20-37-0

Receiving Nelligan, C. Garner, H. Garrett, M. Connors, Chris

No. 7 4 3 3

Punting Delaney, Paul

No. 8

Net TD 118 1 43 0 29 0 6 0

Lg Avg 36 6.2 16 4.8 7 4.1 6 6.0

Yds TD Long 279 1 32

Yards 67 87 55 52 Yds 327

TD 0 0 1 0

Sack 3

Long 12 32 25 28

Avg Long 40.9 55

In20 1

TB 1

Penn

Rushing Ragone, Billy Jack, Jeff Marsh, Lyle Schuster, Greg

PENN 24 17 30-96 237 40-23-0 70-333 0-0 0-0 5-124 0-0 9-45.4 0-0 4-25 29:17 3 of 15 2 of 2 4-4

C-A-I 18-34-0 5-6-0

Receiving Mitchell, Ryan Marsh, Lyle Scott, Conner Allen, Ryan

No. 7 7 2 2 No. 9

Net TD 66 0 29 0 6 0 3 0

Yds TD Long 181 3 23 56 0 44

Yards 90 64 33 25 Yds 409

TD 0 1 1 0

Yale

Lg Avg 31 5.1 9 2.9 6 6.0 3 3.0

Rushing Varga Cargill Keys Furman

Sack 2 1

Passing Furman Varga

Long 44 23 20 15

Avg Long 45.4 60

No. Gain Loss 25 220 0 14 44 6 2 5 0 1 0 1 C-A-I 3-8-0 1-4-0

Receiving Cargill Sandquist Wallace Reuland In20 3

TB 0

No. 1 1 1 1

Punting Cazzetta

No. 3

Net TD 220 3 38 0 5 0 -1 0

Lg Avg 28 8.8 12 2.7 5 2.5 0 -1.0

Yds TD Long 34 0 17 18 0 18

Yards 18 17 9 8 Yds 133

TD 0 0 0 0

Sack 1 0

Long 18 17 9 8

Avg Long 44.3 49

In20 1

TB 0

Columbia

Rushing Garrett, M. Silvio, Steven Molina, Cameron McDonagh, T.

COL 26 27 35-60 369 56-38-1 91-429 0-0 1-30 4-85 0-0 3-38.3 0-0 10-75 38:36 13 of 21 0 of 2 4-5 No. Gain Loss 26 79 8 3 6 0 1 0 1 1 0 7

Passing Brackett, Sean McDonagh, T.

C-A-I 33-47-1 5-9-0

Receiving Nelligan, C. Connors, Chris Wanamaker, Jake Flannery, Ryan

No. 11 8 4 4

Punting Delaney, Paul

No. 3

Net TD 71 0 6 0 -1 0 -7 0

Yards 138 96 31 23 Yds 115

TD 0 0 1 0

Avg Long 38.3 48

Yards 37

TD 0

Long 24

Punt Returns

No.

Yards

TD

Long

Punt Returns Sandquist

No. 1

Yards 18

TD 0

Long 18

Punt Returns Fisher, Alec

No. 1

Yards 30

TD 0

Long 30

Kick Returns Blackshear, B. Bell, Trevor

No. 2 1

Yards 29 20

TD 0 0

Long 21 20

Kick Returns Ijoma, Kevin Fiore, Eric

No. 3 2

Yards 60 64

TD 0 0

Long 32 40

Kick Returns Varga

No. 3

Yards 39

TD 0

Long 19

Kick Returns Bell, Trevor Fisher, Alec

No. 2 1

Yards 27 9

TD 0 0

Long 18 9

Tackles Olinger, Zach Murphy, Ryan Waller, Mike Reim, Travis

UA-A 5-5 5-3 3-4 4-2

Time

10:36 07:57 00:02 12:37 06:05 10:57 07:27 00:50

2nd

3rd 4th

Sacks 0.0 1.5 0.0 0.0

TFL 0.5 1.5 0.5 0.0

Tackles Jaskowski, Seb Wilk, Dan Copeland, B. Brown, Taylor

UA-A 8-2 7-2 4-4 4-2

Total 10 9 8 6

Sacks 0.0 0.0 1.0 1.0

Scoring Play

PENN - Loftus, Connor 37 yd field goal, 9-58 4:24 COL - Eddy, Luke 40 yd field goal, 7-50 2:32 COL - Eddy, Luke 38 yd field goal, 8-38 2:36 PENN - Scott, Conner 13 yd pass from Ragone, Billy (Loftus, Connor kick), 6-63 2:11 COL - Garrett, M. 15 yd pass from Brackett, Sean (Eddy, Luke kick), 6-84 2:11 COL - Garrett, M. 31 yd run (Eddy, Luke kick), 5-69 2:02 PENN - King, Mitchell 16 yd pass from Ragone, Billy (Loftus, Connor kick), 14-86 3:26 PENN - Marsh, Lyle 6 yd pass from Ragone, Billy (Loftus, Connor kick), 8-62 1:36

TFL 0.0 0.0 2.0 1.0

Tackles Stottlemyer Bibb Champion Cook

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Qtr

0-3 3-3 6-3 6 - 10 13 - 10 20 - 10 20 - 17 20 - 24

1st 2nd 3rd 4th

COLUMBIA 16, DARTMOUTH 21

GAME SIX • OCTOBER 20, 2012 ROBERT K. KRAFT FIELD AT WIEN STADIUM Quickie Statistics (Final) Dartmouth vs Columbia (Oct 20, 2012 at New York)

Score FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

Dartmouth

Rushing Grove, Brian Pierre, D. Patton, Greg Williams, Dalyn

No. Gain Loss 16 61 5 7 52 0 2 9 0 6 16 9

Passing Park, Alex Williams, Dalyn

C-A-I 20-28-1 3-4-0

Receiving McManus, Ryan Grove, Brian Williams, V. Reilly, Michael

No. 7 4 3 2

Punting Lyons, Riley

No. 6

Net TD 56 0 52 0 9 0 7 1

Lg Avg 18 3.5 14 7.4 8 4.5 9 1.2

Yds TD Long 197 1 31 87 1 67

Yards 96 35 15 25 Yds 190

TD 0 0 0 0

Sack 2 1

Long 31 19 7 15

Avg Long 31.7 39

In20 2

TB 0

DART 21 24 37-127 284 32-23-1 69-411 0-0 3-6 4-63 1-3 6-31.7 2-1 12-123 32:58 5 of 13 0 of 0 2-3

Columbia

Rushing Garrett, M. Brackett, Sean Molina, Cameron

COL 16 14 31-80 140 31-16-1 62-220 0-0 1-5 2-39 1-0 8-37.2 1-0 7-57 27:02 4 of 15 0 of 1 3-3 No. Gain Loss 20 72 0 9 27 21 2 2 0

Passing Brackett, Sean

C-A-I 16-31-1

Receiving Garner, H. Garrett, M. Nelligan, C. Connors, Chris

No. 5 5 3 3

Punting Delaney, Paul

No. 8

Net TD 72 1 6 0 2 0

Yds TD Long 140 1 41

Yards 31 22 57 30 Yds 298

TD 0 0 0 1

Avg Long 37.2 43

No. 3

Yards 6

TD 0

Long 4

Punt Returns Fisher, Alec

No. 1

Yards 5

TD 0

Long 5

Kick Returns Williams, V. Reece, Chai

No. 2 1

Yards 27 16

TD 0 0

Long 16 16

Kick Returns Fisher, Alec

No. 2

Yards 39

TD 0

Long 24

Qtr 2nd

3rd 4th

Time

12:06 07:09 00:45 01:35 02:46 01:09

UA-A 5-5 3-7 2-8 2-4

Total 10 10 10 6

Sacks 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

TFL 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.0

Tackles Waller, Mike Reim, Travis Olinger, Zach Washington, C.

UA-A 12-1 7-1 2-4 3-2

Total 13 8 6 5

Scoring Play

DART - Williams, Dalyn 1 yd run (Lyons, Riley kick), 8-45 3:12 COL - Eddy, Luke 25 yd field goal, 10-69 4:51 COL - Connors, Chris 16 yd pass from Brackett, Sean (Eddy, Luke kick), 7-47 1:18 DART - Patterson, Bo 67 yd pass from Williams, Dalyn (Lyons, Riley kick), 1-67 0:09 COL - Garrett, M. 14 yd run (Eddy, Luke kick failed), 5-45 2:04 DART - Bakes, Dean 9 yd pass from Park, Alex (Lyons, Riley kick), 8-91 1:31

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Sack 3

Long 11 10 41 16

Punt Returns McManus, Ryan

Tackles Waggoner, G. Green, Bronson Runger, Michael Wymore, Garrett

Lg Avg 15 3.6 16 0.7 2 1.0

Sacks 0.0 0.0 0.0 2.0

In20 2

TFL 0.5 0.0 1.0 2.0 V-H

7-0 7-3 7 - 10 14 - 10 14 - 16 21 - 16

TB 0

Time

08:29 13:34 08:13 08:33 01:51 11:38 07:30 00:45

UA-A 5-9 8-4 5-7 5-4

Total 14 12 12 9

Scoring Play

Sacks 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

TFL 0.0 1.0 0.5 0.0

Tackles DiTommaso, Mike Waller, Mike Murphy, Ryan Olinger, Zach

UA-A 4-3 2-5 3-3 2-4

Total 7 7 6 6

COL - Eddy, Luke 28 yd field goal, 15-71 6:31 YALE - Varga 28 yd run (Panico kick), 7-94 2:35 COL - Murphy, Ryan safety YALE - Varga 3 yd run (Panico kick), 12-74 5:03 COL - Wanamaker, Jake 4 yd pass from Brackett, Sean (Eddy, Luke kick), 14-75 6:42 COL - Brackett, Sean 1 yd run (Eddy, Luke kick), 9-48 3:37 YALE - Varga 25 yd run (Cargill rush), 10-75 4:08 COL - Garrett, M. 2 yd pass from Brackett, Sean (Eddy, Luke kick), 8-59 1:20

Sack 2 1

Long 25 27 11 9

No. 2

Total 10 8 7 6

Lg Avg 13 2.7 3 2.0 0 -1.0 0 -7.0

Yds TD Long 328 2 27 41 0 16

Punt Returns Fisher, Alec

Qtr

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YALE 22 18 42-262 52 12-4-0 54-314 0-0 1-18 3-39 1-2 3-44.3 4-3 2-18 21:24 7 of 10 0 of 0 1-1

Score FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

No. Gain Loss 13 72 6 10 34 5 1 6 0 1 3 0

Passing Ragone, Billy Holland, Andrew

Punting Lopano, Scott

Quickie Statistics (Final) Yale vs Columbia (Oct 26, 2012 at New York)

Sacks 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

In20 2

TFL 0.0 0.0 1.0 0.0 V-H

0-3 7-3 7-5 14 - 5 14 - 12 14 - 19 22 - 19 22 - 26

TB 0

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COLUMBIA 34, CORNELL 17

GAME NINE • NOVEMBER 10, 2012 ROBERT K. KRAFT FIELD AT WIEN STADIUM Quickie Statistics (Final) Cornell vs Columbia (11/10/12 at New York, N.Y.)

COR 17 17 30-94 150 38-15-3 68-244 0-0 1-4 6-110 3-46 6-39.3 2-2 7-64 27:14 4 of 12 0 of 1 2-3

Score FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

Cornell

Rushing Hagy, Luke Avery, Ahmad Nacita, Silas Mathews, Jeff Passing Mathews, Jeff Amrhein, Chris

C-A-I 12-25-1 3-13-2

Receiving Hagy, Luke Tasker, Luke Gellatly, Grant Ondash, Kurt

No. 8 3 2 1

Punting Wood, Sam

Passing McDonagh, T. Brackett, Sean Receiving Nelligan, C. Connors, Chris DiNovo, Louis Garner, H. Punting Delaney, Paul

C-A-I 9-20-2 6-17-1 No. 7 3 2 2 No. 10

Net TD 28 0 0 0 -7 0 -40 0

Lg Avg 8 4.0 0 0.0 7 -1.0 0 -6.7

Yds TD Long 125 0 24 43 0 11

Yards 67 42 24 23 Yds 421

TD 0 0 0 0

Sack 5 3

Long 15 24 19 16

Avg Long 42.1 73

In20 2

TB 0

Harvard

Rushing Wilson, Damani Zajeski, Rich Scales, Treavor Hempel, Conner

Receiving Juszczyk, Kyle Zorn, Ricky Berg, Andrew Brate, Cameron

No. 5 4 3 2

Punting Dombrowksi, Jac

No. 4

Net TD 121 2 65 1 48 1 28 0

Yds 168

TD 1 1 1 0

Avg Long 42.0 48

Punt Returns Fisher, Alec

No. 1

Yards -2

TD 0

Long 0

Punt Returns Miller, Scott

No. 1

Yards 0

TD 0

Long 0

No. 4 2

Yards 64 29

TD 0 0

Long 19 15

Kick Returns Stanton, Paul

No. 1

Yards 24

TD 0

Long 24

Tackles Olinger, Zach Murphy, Ryan DeVeau, Brian Patmon, Darin

UA-A 6-8 3-3 4-1 4-1

Qtr 1st 2nd

3rd 4th

Time

04:20 13:23 10:38 10:07 09:53 05:55 10:33 02:00 12:44 05:19

Scoring Play

Sacks 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

TFL 1.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

Tackles Lindsey, Jacob Lyon, John Hayes, Norman Kirton, Reynold

UA-A 4-2 2-2 2-2 1-3

Lg Avg 45 15.1 12 5.4 16 4.8 16 9.3

Total 6 4 4 4

Sacks 0.0 1.0 0.0 0.0

HARV - Zorn, Ricky 12 yd pass from Chapple, Colton (Mothander, Davi kick), 7-77 2:32 HARV - Berg, Andrew 20 yd pass from Chapple, Colton (Mothander, Davi kick), 7-74 2:00 HARV - Juszczyk, Kyle 8 yd pass from Chapple, Colton (Mothander, Davi kick), 5-27 2:04 HARV - Scales, Treavor 1 yd run (Mothander, Davi kick), 1-1 0:06 HARV - Loftus, Connor 15 yd interception return (Mothander, Davi kick) HARV - Chapple, Colton 11 yd run (Mothander, Davi kick), 5-60 1:54 HARV - Stanton, Paul 1 yd run (Mothander, Davi kick failed), 11-69 4:17 HARV - Zajeski, Rich 5 yd run (Mothander, Davi kick), 4-16 2:32 HARV - Wilson, Damani 45 yd run (Mothander, Davi kick), 1-45 0:08 HARV - Wilson, Damani 43 yd run (Mothander, Davi kick), 5-66 3:27

Sack 3 0

Long 14 27 20 28

Kick Returns Reim, Travis Fisher, Alec

Total 14 6 5 5

Yds 168

Long 27 22 22 7

Avg Long 42.0 51

In20 0

Long 6

Kick Returns Gellatly, Grant

No. 6

Yards 110

TD 0

Long 27

Kick Returns Reim, Travis Bell, Trevor

No. 1 1

Yards 23 37

TD 0 0

Long 23 37

Tackles Waller, Mike Olinger, Zach Reim, Travis Martin, Josh

UA-A 7-3 4-3 2-4 3-2

Time

09:53 01:51 01:15 00:59 00:00 04:52 03:24 14:51 10:15

UA-A 2-9 4-4 5-2 2-5

Total 11 8 7 7

Sacks 0.0 1.0 0.0 0.0

TFL 1.0 2.5 0.0 0.5

Total 10 7 6 5

Sack 3

Sacks 1.0 0.0 0.0 3.0

TB 0

TFL 1.0 0.0 0.0 3.0

Scoring Play

V-H

COL - Connors, Chris 8 yd pass from Brackett, Sean (Perfetti, Dean kick), 10-77 5:07 COR - Tasker, Luke 33 yd pass from Mathews, Jeff (Wells, John kick), 6-65 2:49 COR - Wells, John 35 yd field goal, 5-19 1:30 COR - Hagy, Luke 5 yd run (Wells, John kick), 2-6 0:08 COL - Eddy, Luke 44 yd field goal, 9-36 0:50 COL - Garrett, M. 86 yd run (Eddy, Luke kick), 1-86 0:12 COL - Garner, H. 22 yd pass from Brackett, Sean (Eddy, Luke kick), 1-22 0:05 COL - Eddy, Luke 38 yd field goal, 6-36 2:23 COL - Connors, Chris 27 yd pass from Brackett, Sean (Eddy, Luke kick), 7-62 3:28

0-7 7-7 10 - 7 17 - 7 17 - 10 17 - 17 17 - 24 17 - 27 17 - 34

COLUMBIA 6, BROWN 22 GAME TEN • NOVEMBER 17, 2012 BROWN STADIUM Quickie Statistics (Final) Columbia vs Brown (Nov 17, 2012 at Providence, RI)

Yds TD Long 195 3 28 62 0 19

Yards 55 63 36 54

No. 4

TD 2 0 1 0

TD 0

COL 6 13 30-74 175 34-19-1 64-249 0-0 1-0 4-67 1-0 4-42.5 0-0 2-15 28:58 4 of 14 1 of 4 2-3

Score FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

No. Gain Loss 8 121 0 12 67 2 10 48 0 3 28 0 C-A-I 13-18-0 6-10-0

Punting Delaney, Paul

Yards 84 39 31 13

Yards 8

HARV 69 28 52-328 257 28-19-0 80-585 0-0 1-0 1-24 3-17 4-42.0 2-1 8-52 38:00 7 of 13 0 of 2 7-8

Passing Chapple, Colton Hempel, Conner

No. 6 5 3 2

No. 3

Quickie Statistics (Final) C o lu m b ia vs # 2 1 H a rv a rd (N o v 0 3 , 2 0 1 2 a t C a m b rid g e , M a s s .)

No. Gain Loss 7 29 1 1 0 0 7 8 15 6 0 40

TB 0

Receiving Connors, Chris Nelligan, C. Garner, H. Wanamaker, Jake

Lg Avg 86 7.5 10 0.9 7 2.0 0 -2.0

Yds TD Long 193 3 27

Punt Returns Fisher, Alec

4th

Rushing Garrett, M. Molina, Cameron Brackett, Sean McDonagh, T.

In20 3

C-A-I 19-37-3

Long 4

3rd

Columbia

Avg Long 39.3 47

Passing Brackett, Sean

Net TD 187 1 7 0 6 0 -2 0

TD 0

2nd

COL 0 8 21--19 168 37-15-3 58-149 1-29 1--2 7-111 0-0 10-42.1 4-3 2-10 22:00 2 of 12 0 of 0 0-1

Long 16 33 6 15

No. Gain Loss 25 191 4 8 27 20 3 10 4 1 0 2

Yards 4

1st

Score FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances

Yds 236

TD 0 1 0 0

Sack 6 0

Columbia

Rushing Garrett, M. Brackett, Sean Lowry, Griffin TEAM

No. 1

Qtr

GAME EIGHT • NOVEMBER 3, 2012 HARVARD STADIUM

Lg Avg 33 6.9 6 6.0 4 -3.0 5 -3.3

Yds TD Long 140 1 33 10 0 7

Yards 62 53 12 15

No. 6

Net TD 124 1 6 0 -6 0 -30 0

Punt Returns Tasker, Luke

Tackles Ford, Jonathan Gee, Brian Nelson, Andrew Betros, Taylor

COLUMBIA 0, No. 21 HARVARD 69

No. Gain Loss 18 124 0 1 6 0 2 4 10 9 10 40

COL 34 20 37-198 193 37-19-3 74-391 1-0 3-8 2-60 3-15 4-42.0 0-0 5-55 32:46 6 of 16 0 of 1 2-4

In20 2

TB 0

Columbia

Rushing Garrett, M. Brackett, Sean

Passing Brackett, Sean

C-A-I 19-34-1

Receiving Nelligan, C. Connors, Chris Garner, H. Flannery, Ryan

No. 6 5 3 2

Punting Delaney, Paul

TFL 0.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 V-H

0-7 0 - 14 0 - 21 0 - 28 0 - 35 0 - 42 0 - 48 0 - 55 0 - 62 0 - 69

No. Gain Loss 14 63 7 16 46 28

No. 4

Net TD 56 0 18 0

Lg Avg 21 4.0 11 1.1

Yds TD Long 175 0 32

Yards 54 67 24 19 Yds 170

TD 0 0 0 0

Sack 5

Long 17 32 13 13

Avg Long 42.5 53

In20 1

TB 0

Brown

Rushing Izon, Jeffrey Taulbee, Cody Reisner, Jordan Fay, Jonah

BRWN 22 20 37-149 258 29-18-1 66-407 0-0 3-21 3-43 1-16 3-36.0 1-1 6-61 31:02 6 of 14 2 of 3 0-0 No. Gain Loss 19 83 2 7 38 0 6 27 0 2 2 0

Passing Donnelly, Pat Ryan, John

C-A-I 16-23-1 2-6-0

Receiving Fay, Jonah Lundevall, T. Evans, Jordan Marks, Andrew

No. 6 5 4 2

Punting Meyer, Nate

No. 3

Net TD 81 0 38 0 27 0 2 0

Yds TD Long 225 3 29 33 0 21

Yards 101 49 69 23 Yds 108

TD 1 0 1 1

Avg Long 36.0 38

No. 1

Yards 0

TD 0

Long 0

Punt Returns Cruz, AJ

No. 3

Yards 21

TD 0

Long 16

Kick Returns Bell, Trevor Reim, Travis

No. 3 1

Yards 53 14

TD 0 0

Long 27 14

Kick Returns Cruz, AJ Polley, Emory

No. 2 1

Yards 26 17

TD 0 0

Long 15 17

Qtr 1st 2nd

3rd

Time

04:05 14:57 12:15 03:32 09:20

UA-A 2-7 4-3 4-2 3-3

Total 9 7 6 6

Sacks 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

TFL 0.0 0.0 1.0 0.0

Tackles Zambetti, Steve Oyalowo, Ade Franciosi, Anth Watne, Reed

UA-A 9-3 5-2 4-2 4-1

Total 12 7 6 5

Sacks 0.5 0.0 0.0 1.0

Scoring Play

COL - Eddy, Luke 27 yd field goal, 9-61 4:30 COL - Eddy, Luke 30 yd field goal, 6-32 2:58 BRWN - Fay, Jonah 29 yd pass from Donnelly, Pat (Norocea, Alex kick), 7-76 2:37 BRWN - Evans, Jordan 29 yd pass from Donnelly, Pat (Norocea, Alex kick), 8-70 3:29 BRWN - Marks, Andrew 22 yd pass from Donnelly, Pat (Phelan, Alex rush), 11-89 5:33

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Sack 0 0

Long 29 19 29 22

Punt Returns Blackshear, B.

Tackles Murphy, Ryan Martin, Josh Carter, Marquel Waller, Mike

Lg Avg 16 4.3 11 5.4 11 4.5 2 1.0

In20 1

TB 1

TFL 1.5 1.0 1.0 1.0 V-H

3-0 6-0 6-7 6 - 14 6 - 22

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FORDHAM

GAME 1 • SEPTEMBER 21 1:00 PM • JACK COFFEY FIELD

GAME 2 • SEPTEMBER 28 12:30 PM • WIEN STADIUM

General Information

General Information

Location........................................................ Bronx, N.Y.

Location.................................... West Long Branch, N.J.

Founded................................................................. 1841

Founded................................................................. 1933

Enrollment (Undergraduate).................................. 8,427

Enrollment............................................................. 6,000

Nickname..............................................................Rams

Nickname............................................................ Hawks

School Colors....................................Maroon and White

School Colors.......................... Midnight Blue and White

Home Field/Capacity.............. Jack Coffey Field (7,000)

Home Field/Capacity........... Kessler Field at Monmouth

Surface................................................ FieldTurf (Lights)

............................................................. Stadium (4,600)

Affiliation....................................................... NCAA FCS

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

Conference..............................................Patriot League

Affiliation....................................................... NCAA FCS

President.................................... Joseph McShane, S.J. Athletics Director............. David Roach (Springfield ‘71) Coach’s Information Head Coach.................... Joe Moorhead (Fordham ‘96) Record at Fordham (yrs)......................... 6-5 (one year) Overall Record (yrs)..............................................Same Team Information 2012 Overall Record.................................................6-5 2012 Patriot League Record/Finish.......................... N/A Lettermen Returning/Lost...................................... 63/24 Series Information Series Record............................. Columbia leads, 11-10 Columbia’s last road victory......... Sep. 17, 2005 (23-17) Fordham’s last home victory........ Sep. 17, 2011 (21-14) Last tie...................................................................... N/A Current Streak.............................. Fordham, six straight First Meeting............................... 1890 (Columbia, 40-0) Sports Information Office Sports Information Contact............................ Joe DiBari

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MONMOUTH

Conference................. Independant (Big South in 2014) President................................................ Dr. Paul Brown Athletics Director...............................Dr. Marilyn McNeil Coach’s Information Head Coach................ Kevin Callahan (Rochester, ‘77) Record at Fordham (yrs)....................114-91 (20 years) Overall Record (yrs)..............................................Same Team Information 2012 Overall Record.................................................5-5 2012 Conference Record/Finish..........................4-3/3rd Lettermen Returning/Lost...................................... 60/16 Series Information Series Record............................................................0-0 Columbia’s last road victory...................................... N/A Monmouth’s last home victory.................................. N/A Last tie...................................................................... N/A Current Streak.......................................................... N/A First Meeting........................................................... 2013 Sports Information Office Sports Information Contact....................... Greg Viscomi

SID Office Phone................................... (718) 817-4240

SID Office Phone................................... (732) 571-4447

Email............................................. dibari@fordham.edu

Email.................................... gviscomi@monmouth.edu

Website....................................www.fordhamsports,com

Website..................................... www.GoMUHawks.com

Press Box Phone................................... (718) 817-4241

Press Box Phone................................... (732) 571-4400

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PRINCETON

GAME 3 • OCTOBER 5 1:00 PM • PRINCETON STADIUM

LEHIGH

GAME 4 • OCTOBER 12 NOON • WIEN STADIUM

General Information

General Information

Location.................................................. Princeton, N.J.

Location................................................. Bethlehem, Pa.

Founded................................................................. 1746

Founded................................................................. 1865

Enrollment............................................................. 4,600

Enrollment............................................................. 4,718

Nickname............................................................. Tigers

Nickname............................................ Mountain Hawks

School Colors.................................... Orange and Black

School Colors......................................Brown and White

Home Field/Capacity.......... Princeton Stadium (27,800)

Home Field/Capacity..........Goodman Stadium (16,000)

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

Surface................................................................. Grass

Affiliation....................................................... NCAA FCS

Affiliation....................................................... NCAA FCS

Conference................................................... Ivy League

Conference..............................................Patriot League

President................................. Christopher L. Eisgruber

President....................................................Alice P. Gast

Athletics Director...................................Gary D. Walters

Athletics Director......................................... Joe Sterrett

Coach’s Information

Coach’s Information

Head Coach........................Bob Surace (Princeton ‘90)

Head Coach........ Andy Coen (Gettysburg College ‘87))

Record at Princeton (yrs).................. 7-13 (three years)

Record at Fordham (yrs)................ 51-30 (seven years)

Overall Record (yrs)..............................................Same

Overall Record (yrs)..............................................Same

Team Information

Team Information

2012 Overall Record.................................................5-5

2012 Overall Record...............................................10-1

2012 Ivy League Record.................................. 4-3/T3rd

2012 Patriot League Record/Finish....................4-1/2nd

Series Information

Series Information

Series Record..........................Princeton leads, 64-15-1

Series Record............................. Columbia leads, 11-10

Columbia’s last road victory............Oct. 4, 2003 (33-27)

Columbia’s last home victory....... Sep. 17, 2005 (23-17)

Princeton’s last home victory.......... Oct. 1, 2011 (24-21)

Lehigh’s last road victory............. Sep. 17, 2011 (21-14)

Last tie................................................Oct. 7, 1972 (0-0)

Last tie...................................................................... N/A

Current Streak............................ Princeton, two straight

Current Streak.............................. Fordham, six straight

First Meeting................................. 1874 (Princeton, 6-0)

First Meeting............................... 1890 (Columbia, 40-0)

Sports Information Office

Sports Information Office

Sports Information Contact..................... Craig Sachson

Sports Information Contact................. Steve Lomangino

SID Office Phone................................... (609) 358-3680

SID Office Phone................................... (610) 758-3174

Email....................................... sachson@princeton.edu

Email................................................ sjl304@lehigh.edu

Website............................... www.goprincetontigers.com

Website....................................... www.lehighsports.com

Press Box Phone................................... (609) 258-0660

Press Box Phone................................... (610) 758-3174 2013 COLUMBIA FOOTBALL

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PENN

GAME 5 • OCTOBER 19 1:30 PM • WIEN STADIUM

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DARTMOUTH

GAME 6 • OCTOBER 26 1:30 PM • MEMORIAL FIELD

General Information

General Information

Location............................................... Philadelphia, Pa.

Location .................................................. Hanover, N.H.

Founded................................................................. 1740

Founded ................................................................ 1769

Enrollment........................................................... 10,275

Enrollment ............................................................ 4,200

Nickname......................................................... Quakers

Nickname ......................................................Big Green

School Colors........................................... Red and Blue

School Colors ................... Dartmouth Green and White

Home Field/Capacity.................. Franklin Field (52,958)

Home Field (Capacity) ............. Memorial Field (13,000)

Surface........................................................... SprintTurf

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

Affiliation....................................................... NCAA FCS

Affiliation ...................................................... NCAA FCS

Conference................................................... Ivy League

Conference .................................................. Ivy League

President............................................Dr. Amy Gutmann

President .................... Philip J. Hanlon (Dartmouth ‘77)

Athletics Director.............................. Steve Bilsky, W’71

Athletics Director............... Harry Sheehy (Williams ‘75)

Coach’s Information

Coach’s Information

Head Coach.Al Bagnoli (Central Connecticut State ‘75)

Head Coach................ Buddy Teevens (Dartmouth ‘79)

Record at Fordham (yrs)....................142-66 (21 years)

Record at Dartmouth (yrs) ............... 52-76-2 (13 years)

Overall Record (yrs)...........................228-85 (31 years)

Career Record (yrs) ....................... 86-153-2 (23 years)

Team Information

Team Information

2012 Overall Record.................................................6-4

2012 Overall Record.................................................6-4

2012 Ivy League Record/Finish........................... 5-1/1st

Ivy League Record/Finish................................. 4-3/T3rd

Lettermen Returning/Lost...................................... 40/21

Lettermen Returning/Lost ..................................... 43/24

Series Information

Series Information

Series Record.................................Penn leads, 70-21-1

Series Record........................ Dartmouth leads, 65-17-1

Columbia’s last home victory..........Oct. 7, 1995 (24-14)

Columbia’s last road victory........... Oct. 20, 2001 (27-20

Penn’s last road victory................ Oct. 15, 2011 (27-20)

Dartmouth’s last home victory........ Oct. 22, 2011 (37-0)

Last tie........................................................... 1878 (0-0)

Last tie........................................... Nov. 5, 1983 (17-17)

Current Streak.....................................Penn, 16 straight

Current Streak.......................... Dartmouth, four straight

First Meeting.............................................1878 (0-0, tie)

First Meeting............................... 1899 (Columbia, 22-0)

Sports Information Office

Sports Information Office

Sports Information Contact............................ Eric Dolan

Sports Information Contact......................... Rick Bender

SID Office Phone................................... (215) 898-6129

SID Office Phone................................... (603) 646-1030

Email............................................. erdolan@upenn.edu

Email................................. rick.bender@dartmouth.edu

Website..................................... www.pennathletics.com

Website............................... www.DartmouthSports.com

Press Box Phone......(215) 898-6159 or (215) 898-1085

Press Box Phone.................................... (603) 646-0111

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YALE

GAME 7 • NOVEMBER 2 NOON • YALE BOWL

HARVARD

GAME 8 • NOVEMBER 9 12:30 PM • WIEN STADIUM

General Information

General Information

Location............................................New Haven, Conn.

Location.............................................Cambridge, Mass.

Founded................................................................. 1701

Founded................................................................. 1636

Enrollment..................5,200 (undergrad), 6,1000 (grad)

Enrollment............................................................. 6,704

Nickname................................................. Bulldogs, Elis

Nickname..........................................................Crimson

School Colors.................................Yale Blue and White

School Colors........................Crimson, Black and White

Home Field/Capacity........................Yale Bowl (61,446)

Home Field/Capacity.............Harvard Stadium (30,323)

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

Surface............................................................ Field Turf

Affiliation....................................................... NCAA FCS

Affiliation....................................................... NCAA FCS

Conference................................................... Ivy League

Conference................................................... Ivy League

President..................................................Peter Salovey

President........................................... Drew Gilpin Faust

Athletics Director........................................ Tom Beckett

Athletics Director.................................Robert L. Scalise

Coach’s Information

Coach’s Information

Head Coach..Tony Reno (Worcester State College ‘97)

Head Coach...................... Tim Murphy (Springfield ‘78)

Record at Yale (yrs)..................................... 2-8 (1 year)

Record at Harvard (yrs)......................128-61 (19 years)

Overall Record (yrs)..............................................Same

Overall Record (yrs)..................... 160-106-1 (25 years)

Team Information

Team Information

2012 Overall Record.................................................2-8

2012 Overall Record.................................................8-2

2012 Ivy League Record/Finish...........................1-6/8th

2012 Ivy League Record/Finish..........................5-2/2nd

Letterwinners Returning/Lost................................ 37/16

Letterwinners Returning/Lost................................ 46/24

Series Information

Series Information

Series Record.................................. Yale leads, 69-20-2

Series Record............................ Harvard leads, 56-14-1

Columbia’s last road victory..........Oct. 26, 1996 (13-10)

Columbia’s last home victory......... Nov. 8, 2003 (16-13)

Yale’s last home victory................ Oct. 29, 2011 (16-13)

Harvard’s last road victory..............Nov. 5, 2011 (25-21)

Last tie..............................................Oct. 21, 1978 (3-3)

Last tie................................................Oct. 19, 193 (3-3)

Current Streak................................. Columbia, won one

Current Streak..............................Harvard, nine straight

First Meeting......................................... 1872 (Yale, 3-0)

First Meeting....................................1877 (Harvard, 6-0)

Sports Information Office

Sports Information Office

Sports Information Contact.......................... Steve Conn

Sports Information Contact.....................Tim Williamson

SID Office Phone................................... (203) 432-1455

SID Office Phone.................................. (617) 495-2206)

Email........................................... steve.conn@yale.edu

Email......................................twilliam@fas.harvard.edu

Website......................................www.YaleBulldogs.com

Website........................................ www.GoCrimson.com

Press Box Phone......................... (203) 764-9244/9245

Press Box Phone................................... (617) 495-5902 2013 COLUMBIA FOOTBALL

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CORNELL

GAME 9 • NOVEMBER 16 12:30 PM • SCHOELLKOPF FIELD

GAME 10 • NOVEMBER 23 12:30 PM • WIEN STADIUM

General Information

General Information

Location........................................................Ithaca, N.Y.

Location................................................ Providence, R.I.

Founded................................................................. 1865

Founded................................................................. 1764

Enrollment........................................................... 13,700

Enrollment............................................................. 5,711

Nickname................................................... The Big Red

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

School Colors.........................Carnelian Red and White

School Colors...... Seal Brown, Cardinal Red and White

Home Field/Capacity............ Schoellkopf Field (25,597)

Home Field/Capacity............... Brown Stadium (20,000)

Surface.............................................................FieldTurf Affiliation....................................................... NCAA FCS Conference................................................... Ivy League President..............................................David J. Skorton Athletics Director.............................. J. Andrew Noel, Jr. Coach’s Information Head Coach..........................David Archer (Cornell ‘05) Record at Cornell (yrs)........................ 0-0 (first season) Overall Record (yrs)..............................................Same Team Information 2012 Overall Record.................................................4-6 2012 Ivy League Record/Finish.........................2-5/T6th Letterwinners Returning/Lost................................ 48/23 Series Information Series Record..............................Cornell leads, 61-36-3 Columbia’s last home victory........Nov. 19, 2011 (35-28) Brown’s last road victory............... Nov. 17, 2007 (30-22

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Surface................................................................. Grass Affiliation....................................................... NCAA FCS Conference................................................... Ivy League President......................................Christina Hull Paxson Athletics Director......................................... Jack Hayes Coach’s Information Head Coach................ Phil Estes (New Hampshire ‘81) Record at Fordham (yrs)......................97-57 (15 years) Overall Record (yrs)..............................................Same Team Information 2012 Overall Record.................................................7-3 2012 Ivy League Record/Finish........................ 4-3/T3rd Series Information Series Record...............................Brown leads, 49-26-2 Columbia’s last home victory....................Nov. 21, 2009 Lehigh’s last road victory............. Sep. 17, 2011 (21-14)

Last tie........................................................... 1940 (0-0)

Last tie...................................................................... N/A

Current Streak...................................... Brown, won one

Current Streak.............................. Fordham, six straight

First Meeting.................................... 1902 (Brown, 28-0)

First Meeting............................... 1890 (Columbia, 40-0)

Sports Information Office

Sports Information Office

Sports Information Contact...................Jeremy Hartigan

Sports Information Contact......................... Chris Humm

SID Office Phone................................... (607) 255-9788

SID Office Phone................................... (401) 863-1095

Email................................................ jh295@cornell.edu

Email.......................... Christopher_Humm@Brown.edu

Website................................... www.CornellBigRed.com

Website........................................www.brownbears.com

Press Box Phone................................... (607) 255-3535

Press Box Phone.......................... (401) 867-3888/3897

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1807 (0-1) Captain: Stuyvesant Fish

Rutgers

L, 3-6

1871 (No games played)

1880 (1-2) Captain: Frederick A. Potts

1872 (1-2-1) Captain: Alex B. Simonds

Rutgers Rutgers Yale Stevens

T, 0-0 L, 5-7 L, 0-3 W, 6-0

1873 (2-1) Captain: Charles King

Stevens Rutgers Rutgers

W, 2-1 L, 4-5 W, 4-3

1874 (1-5) Captain: Charles King

Rutgers Stevens Rutgers Princeton Yale Yale

L, 1-6 L, 2-4 W, 4-1 L, 0-6 L, 1-5 L, 1-6

1875 (4-1-1) Captain: Edward W. Price

Rutgers Stevens CCNY Princeton CCNY Yale

T, 1-1 W, 2-1 W, 5-0 L, 2-6 W, 6-0 W, 3-2

Stevens Princeton Stevens Yale

L, 3-5 L, 0-3 W, 4-0 L, 0-2

1877 (1-2) Captain: Chas. DeH. Bower

Harvard Rutgers Princeton

L, 0-6 W, 6T-0 L, 3T-4G,

1878 (0-0-1) Captain: Augustus I. Burton

Penn

Stevens Princeton Penn Yale Rutgers

T, 0-0 L, 0-2G,3T L, 0-1T L, 0-2G,3T T, 0-0

Stevens 3G-1G, 1TW,2S Harvard 0-1G-3TL Rutgers 1S-4ST Princeton 3S-1G,2T,2SL Yale 6S-1GL Rutgers 1G-3SW,3T Penn 2G-0W 1882 (0-5) Captain: B.P. Clark

Princeton Rutgers Harvard Yale Princeton

L, 0-8G,3T L, 1T-2G,1T L, 0-2G,4T L, 0-11G,4T L, 0-3G,1T

1883 (1-3) Captain: W.N. Eldridge

CCNY Stevens Penn Yale

W, 12-0 L, 0-19 L, 1-35 L, 0-93

1884 (1-1) Captain: Charles A. Stevens

Rutgers CCNY

L, 5-35 W, 16-0

1885 (no games played) 1886-1888 (no teams) 1889 (2-7-2) Captain: J.M. Hewlett

Crescent Lafayette Trinity Yale Lehigh Princeton Penn Stevens Manhattan AC Amherst Cornell

L, 0-30 T, 10-10 L, 4-24 L, 0-62 L, 6-51 L, 0-71 L, 0-24 W, 12-6 W, 22-0 T, 0-0 L, 0-20

1890 (1-5-1) Captain: A.C. Gildersleeve

T0-0

1879 (0-3-2) Captain: William F. Morgan

L, 0-3G,1T L0-13G,3T W3G-3T

1881 (3-3-1) Captain: B.P. Clark

1876 (1-3) Captain: Edward W. Price

Harvard Yale Rutgers

Wesleyan Penn Fordham Crescent Princeton Rutgers Cornell

L, 0-4 L, 0-18 W, 40-0 L, 0-29 L, 0-85 T, 6-6 L, 0-36

1891 (1-5) Captain: T. Ludlow Chrystie

Berkeley AC Manhattan AC Crescent Stevens Trinity Rutgers

W, 32-0 L, 0-28 L, 0-42 L, 0-52 L, 0-54 L, 0-44

1892-1898 (No games played) 1899 (8-3) Captain: Robert R. Wilson

Rutgers Union Princeton NYU Amherst Yale Stevens Cornell Army Dartmouth Carlisle

W, 26-0 W, 21-0 L, 0-11 W, 40-0 W, 18-0 W, 5-0 W, 46-0 L, 0-39 W, 16-0 W, 22-0 L, 0-45

1900 (7-3-1) Captain: William R. Morley

Rutgers Wesleyan Williams Harvard Stevens Penn Yale Princeton Buffalo Navy Carlisle

W, 11-0 W, 12-0 T, 0-0 L, 0-24 W, 45-0 L, 0-30 L, 5-12 W, 6-5 W, 17-0 W, 11-0 W, 17-6

1901 (8-5) Captain: C.L. Berrien

Buffalo Rutgers Williams Harvard Hamilton Yale Haverford Penn Georgetown Syracuse Cornell Navy Carlisle

L, 0-5 W, 27-0 W, 5-0 L, 0-18 W, 12-0 L, 5-10 W, 29-6 W, 10-0 W, 18-0 L, 5-11 L, 0-24 W, 6-5 W, 40-12

1902 (6-4-1) Captain: Harold H. Weekes

Rutgers Fordham Buffalo Swarthmore Hamilton Princeton Penn Brown Amherst

W, 43-0 W, 45-0 W, 5-0 W, 24-0 W, 35-0 L, 0-21 L, 0-17 L, 0-28 L, 0-29

Navy Syracuse

W, 5-0 T, 6-6

1903 (9-1) Captain: Richard S. Smith

Wesleyan Alumni Union Hamilton Williams Swarthmore Amherst Penn Yale Cornell

W, 10-0 W, 16-0 W, 36-0 W, 29-0 W, 5-0 W, 5-0 W, 12-0 W, 18-6 L, 25-0 W, 17-12

1904 (7-3) Captain: Robert S. Stangland

Union F&M Wesleyan Tufts Williams Swarthmore Amherst Penn Yale Cornell

W, 10-0 W, 28-0 W, 16-0 W, 31-0 W, 11-0 W, 12-0 L, 0-12 W, 16-0 L, 0-34 W, 12-6

1905 (4-3-2) Captain: John R. Fisher

Union Seton Hall Wesleyan Williams Amherst Princeton Yale Cornell Penn

W, 23-0 W, 21-0 T, 0-0 W, 11-5 T, 10-10 L, 0-12 L, 0-53 W, 12-6 L, 0-23

1906-1914 Football banned at Columbia 1915 (5-0) Captain: F.M. Simonds, Jr.

St. Lawrence Stevens Connecticut NYU Wesleyan

W, 57-0 W, 15-6 W, 17-6 W, 19-16 W, 18-0

1916 (1-5-2) Captain: J.A. Healy

Hamilton Vermont Union Williams Stevens Swarthmore Wesleyan NYU

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L, 7-14 W, 6-0 L, 0-3 T, 0-0 T, 0-0 L, 0-18 L, 0-40 L, 0-6

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1917 (2-4) Captain: D.A. Cochran

Union Williams Amherst Hobart Wesleyan NYU

W, 21-0 L, 6-9 L, 6-14 W, 70-0 L, 0-6 L, 7-9

1918 (5-1) Captain: Lt. Chester Robb

Merritt Amherst Union Wesleyan NYU Syracuse

W, 7-0 W, 21-7 W, 33-0 W, 14-0 W, 12-0 L, 0-20

1919 (2-4-3) Captain: John D. Kennedy

USS Arizona Vermont Williams Amherst NYU Union Stevens Wesleyan Brown

T, 0-0 W, 7-0 L, 0-25 W, 9-7 L, 12-27 T, 0-0 L, 0-13 L, 13-28 T, 7-7

1920 (4-4) Captain: John F. Kienninger

Trinity NYU Amherst Wesleyan Williams Swarthmore Cornell Penn

W, 0-21 W, 14-7 W, 20-7 L, 0-10 W, 20-14 L, 7-21 L, 7-34 L, 7-27

1921 (2-6) Captain: F. Kessler Scovil

Amherst Wesleyan NYU Dartmouth Williams Cornell Ohio U Colgate

L, 7-9 W, 14-3 W, 19-0 L, 7-31 L, 0-20 L, 7-41 L, 21-23 L, 14-21

1922 (5-4) Captain: Walter F. Koppisch

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Ursinus Amherst Wesleyan NYU Williams Cornell Middlebury Dartmouth Colgate

W, 48-7 W, 43-6 W, 10-6 W, 6-2 L, 10-13 L, 0-56 W, 17-6 L, 7-28 L, 6-59

1923 (4-4-1) Captain: Walter F. Koppisch

Ursinus Amherst Wesleyan Penn Williams Middlebury Cornell NYU Dartmouth

W, 13-0 T, 0-0 W, 12-6 L, 7-19 L, 0-10 W, 9-6 L, 0-35 W, 21-0 L, 6-31

1924 (5-3-1) Captain: Walter F. Koppisch

Haverford St. Lawrence Wesleyan Penn Williams Cornell NYU Army Syracuse

W, 29-3 W, 52-0 W, 35-0 L, 7-10 W, 27-3 L, 0-14 W, 40-0 T, 14-14 L, 6-9

1925 (6-3-1) Captain: George Pease

Haverford Johns Hopkins Wesleyan Ohio State Williams Cornell NYU Army Alfred Syracuse

W, 59-0 W, 47-0 W, 64-0 L, 0-9 W, 26-0 L, 14-17 T, 6-6 W, 21-7 W, 46-0 L, 5-16

1926 (6-3) Captain: William Madden

Vermont Union Wesleyan Ohio Duke Cornell W &M Penn Syracuse

W, 14-0 W, 26-0 W, 41-0 L, 7-32 W, 24-0 W, 17-9 W, 13-10 L, 0-3 L, 2-19

1927 (5-2-2) Captain: Raph Furey Vermont Union Weslyan Colgate Williams Cornell Johns Hopkins Penn Syracuse

W, 32-0 W, 28-0 W, 28-0 L, 7-13 W, 19-0 T, 0-0 T, 7-7 L, 0-27 W, 14-7

1928 (5-3-1) Captain: William F. Alder

Vermont Union Wesleyan

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W, 20-0 W, 27-0 W, 31-7

Dartmouth Williams Cornell Johns Hopkins Penn Syracuse

L, 7-21 W, 20-6 T, 0-0 W, 14-13 L, 7-34 L, 6-14

1929 (4-5) Captain: Malcolm Bleeker

Middlebury Union Wesleyan Dartmouth Williams Cornell Colgate Penn Syracuse

W, 38-6 W, 31-0 W, 52-0 L, 0-34 W, 33-0 L, 6-12 L, 0-33 L, 0-20 L, 0-6

1930 (5-4) Captain: Joseph Stanczyk

Middlebury Union Wesleyan Dartmouth Williams Cornell Colgate Brown Syracuse

W, 48-0 W, 25-0 W, 48-0 L, 0-52 W, 3-0 W, 10-7 L, 0-54 L, 0-6 L, 7-19

1931 (7-1-1) Captain: Ralph Hewitt

Middlebury Union Wesleyan Dartmouth Williams Cornell Virginia Brown Syracuse

W, 61-0 W, 51-0 W, 37-0 W, 19-6 W, 19-0 L, 0-13 W, 27-0 W, 9-7 T, 0-0

1932 (7-1-1) Captain: Steve Grenda

Middlebury Lehigh Princeton Virginia Williams Cornell Navy Brown Syracuse

W, 51-0 W, 41-6 W, 20-7 W, 22-6 W, 46-0 W, 6-0 W, 7-6 L, 6-7 T, 0-0

1933 (8-1) Captain: Cliff Montgomery

Lehigh Virginia Princeton Penn State Cornell Navy Lafayette Syracuse Rose Bowl Stanford

W, 39-0 W, 15-6 L, 0-20 W, 33-0 W, 9-6 W, 14-7 W, 46-6 W, 16-0 W, 7-0

1934 (7-1) Captains: Edward Brominski, Joseph Ferrara

Yale VMI Navy Penn State Cornell Brown Penn Syracuse

W, 12-6 W, 29-6 L, 7-18 W, 14-7 W, 14-0 W, 39-0 W,13-12 W, 12-0

1935 (4-4-1) Captain: Al Barabas

VMI Rutgers Penn Michigan Cornell Syracuse Navy Brown Dartmouth

W, 12-0 W, 20-6 L, 0-34 L, 7-19 T, 7-7 L, 2-14 L, 7-28 W, 18-0 W, 13-7

1936 (5-3) Captains: George Furey, Joseph Coviello

Maine Army VMI Michigan Cornell Dartmouth Syracuse Stanford

W, 34-0 L, 16-27 W, 38-0 L, 0-13 W, 20-13 L, 13-20 W, 17-0 W, 7-0

1937 (2-5-2) Captains: Oscar Bonom, John Bateman

Williams Army Penn Brown Cornell Navy Syracuse Dartmouth Stanford

W, 40-6 L, 18-21 W, 26-6 L, 6-7 L, 0-14 L, 6-13 T, 6-6 L, 0-27 T, 0-0

1938 (3-6) Captain: John C. Wright

Yale Army Colgate Penn Cornell Virginia Navy Syracuse Brown

W, 27-14 W, 20-18 L, 0-12 L, 13-14 L, 7-23 W, 39-0 L, 9-14 L, 27-36 L, 27-36

1939 (2-4-2) Captain: Frank J. Stulgaitis

Yale Army Princeton

L, 7-10 T, 6-6 L, 7-14

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22

Rutgers at Navy Yale Penn at Army at Cornell Dartmouth Holy Cross Syracuse

W, 40-28 W, 13-6 L, 7-17 L, 14-34 W, 21-20 W, 22-0 W, 15-0 W, 10-0 W, 28-8

1948 (4-5) Captains: Gene Shekitka ( R), Henry Briggs (H), Charles Klemovich (Y), Lou Kusserow (Pn.), Gene Rossides (Pr.), John Nork (C ), Joe Jaras (D), Bill Olson (N), Clyde Hampton (S)

1933 Rose Bowl Team

VMI Cornell Navy Tulane Colgate

W, 26-7 L, 7-13 W,19-13 L, 0-25 T, 0-0

1940 (3-5) Captain Hugh R. Barber

Maine Dartmouth Georgia Syracuse Cornell Wisconsin Navy Colgate Brown

W, 15-0 W, 20-6 W, 19-13 L, 0-3 L, 0-27 W, 7-6 T, 0-0 W,20-17 T, 0-0

1941 (3-5) Captain: Herbert H. Maack

Brown Princeton Georgia Army Cornell Penn Michigan Colgate

W, 13-6 W, 21-0 L, 3-7 L, 0-13 W, 7-0 L, 16-19 L, 0-28 L, 21-30

1942 (3-6) Captains: Paul V. Governali, Felix E. Demartini

Fort Monmouth Maine Brown Army Penn Cornell Colgate Navy Dartmouth

W, 39-0 W, 34-2 L, 21-28 L, 6-34 L, 12-42 W, 14-13 L, 21-35 L, 9-13 L, 13-26

1943 (0-8) Captain: Tomas S. Rock

Princeton Yale Army

L, 7-26 L, 7-20 L, 0-52

Penn Cornell Dartmouth Navy Colgate

L, 0-33 L, 6-33 L, 13-47 L, 0-61 L, 0-41

1944 (2-6) Captain: George Gliibert

Union Syracuse Yale Colgate Cornell Penn Brown Dartmouth

W, 21-0 W, 26-2 L, 10-27 L, 0-6 L, 7-25 L, 7-35 L, 0-12 L, 0-18

1945 (8-1) Captain: Stanley S. Smith, Jr.

Lafayette Syracuse Yale Colgate Brown Cornell Penn Princeton Dartmouth

W,40-14 W, 32-0 W, 27-13 W, 31-7 W, 27-6 W, 34-26 L, 7-32 W, 32-7 W, 21-0

1946 (6-3) Captain: Donald T. Kasprzak 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/23

Rutgers Navy at Yale at Army at Dartmouth Cornell Penn Lafayette Syracuse

W, 13-7 W, 23-14 W, 28-20 L, 14-48 W, 33-13 L, 0-12 L, 6-41 W, 46-0 W, 59-21

1947 (7-2) Captains: Werner Hasselman (R,C), Bill Swiacki (N,D), Bruce Gehrke (Y,S), Ventan Yablonski (P, HC), Henry O'Shaughnessy (A)

9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20

Rutgers at Harvard at Yale Penn Princeton Cornell at Dartmouth Navy Syracuse

W, 27-6 L, 24-33 W, 34-28 L, 14-20 L, 14-16 L, 13-20 L, 21-26 W, 13-0 W, 34-28

1949 (2-7) Captains: Leon Van Bellingham James Ward 9/24 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/9

Amherst Harvard Yale at Penn at Army at Cornell Dartmouth at Navy Brown

W, 27-7 W, 14-7 L, 7-33 L, 7-27 L, 6-63 L, 0-54 L, 14-38 L, 0-28 L, 7-16

1950 (4-5) Captain: Albert Nork 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/18 11/23

Hobart at Harvard at Yale Penn Army Cornell at Dartmouth Navy at Brown

W, 42-12 W, 28-7 L, 14-20 L, 0-34 L, 0-34 W, 20-19 L, 7-14 L, 7-29 W, 33-0

1951 (5-3) Captain: Howard Hansen 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17 11/24

Harvard Yale at Penn at Army at Cornell Dartmouth Navy Brown

W, 35-0 W, 14-0 L, 13-28 L, 9-14 W, 21-20 W, 21-6 L, 7-21 W, 29-14

1952 (2-6-1) Captain: Robert McCullough 9/27 Princeton 10/4 at Harvard

L, 0-14 W, 16-7

10/11 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22

at Yale Penn Army Cornell at Dartmouth at Navy Brown

L, 28-35 L, 17-27 T, 14-14 L, 14-21 L, 14-38 L, 0-28 W, 14-0

1953 (4-5) Captain: Gene Wodeshick 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21

Lehigh at Princeton at Yale Harvard at Army at Cornell Dartmouth Navy Rutgers

W, 14-7 L, 19-20 L, 7-13 W, 8-0 L, 7-40 L, 13-27 W, 25-19 L, 6-14 W, 27-13

1954 (1-8) Captain: Neil Opdyke 9/26 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20

at Brown Princeton Yale at Harvard Army Cornell at Dartmouth at Navy Rutgers

L, 7-18 L, 20-54 L, 7-13 W, 7-6 L, 12-67 L, 0-26 L, 0-26 L, 6-51 L, 12-45

1955 (1-8) Captain: Manfredo Bucci 9/24 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/19

Brown at Princeton at Yale Harvard at Army at Cornell Dartmouth Navy Rutgers

W, 14-12 L, 7-20 L, 14-46 L, 7-21 L, 0-45 L, 19-34 L, 7-14 L, 0-47 L, 6-12

1956 (2-5) Captain: Arthur Wilson 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17 11/24

Brown at Princeton Yale Harvard Army Cornell at Dartmouth at Penn at Rutgers

L, 0-20 L, 0-39 L, 19-33 W, 26-20 L, 0-60 W, 25-19 L, 0-14 L, 6-20 W, 18-12

1957 (1-8, 1-6) Captain: George Pappas 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/23

at Brown Princeton at Yale at Harvard Lehigh at Cornell Dartmouth Penn Rutgers

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W, 23-20 L, 6-47 L, 0-19 L, 6-19 L, 6-40 L, 0-8 L, 0-7 L, 6-28 L, 7-26

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1958 (1-8,1-6) Captain: Coy Gobble 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22

Brown at Princeton Yale Harvard at Buffalo Cornell at Dartmouth at Penn at Rutgers

L, 0-22 L, 8-43 W, 13-0 L, 0-26 L, 14-34 L, 0-25 L, 0-38 L, 0-42 L, 0-61

1959 (2-7,1-6) Captain: Harvey Brookins 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21

at Brown Princeton at Yale at Harvard Holy Cross at Cornell Dartmouth Penn Rutgers

W, 21-6 L, 0-22 L, 0-14 L, 22-38 L, 0-34 L, 7-34 L, 0-22 L, 6-24 W, 26-16

1960 (3-6,3-4) Captain: Robert McCool 9/24 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/19

Brown at Princeton at Yale Harvard Holy Cross Cornell at Dartmouth at Penn Rutgers

W, 37-0 L, 0-49 L, 8-30 L, 7-8 L, 6-27 W, 44-6 L, 6-22 W, 16-6 L, 2-43

1961 (6-3, 6-1) Captain: William V. Campbell Jr. 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/18 11/25

at Brown Princeton at Yale at Harvard Lehigh at Cornell Dartmouth Penn at Rutgers

W, 50-0 L, 20-30 W, 11-0 W, 26-14 L, 7-14 W, 35-7 W, 35-14 W, 37-6 L, 19-32

1962 (5-4, 4-3) Captain: Thomas E. O'Connor Jr. 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17 11/24

Brown at Princeton Yale Harvard Lehigh Cornell at Dartmouth at Penn Rutgers

W, 22-20 L, 0-33 W, 14-10 L, 14-36 W, 22-15 W, 25-21 L, 0-42 W, 21-7 L, 6-22

1963 (4-4-1, 2-4-1) Captain: Allison F. Butts 9/28 at Brown 10/5 Princeton 10/12 at Yale

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W, 22-14 L, 6-7 L, 7-19

10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/23

at Harvard Lehigh at Cornell Dartmouth Penn at Rutgers

T, 3-3 W, 42-21 L, 17-18 L, 6-47 W, 33-8 W, 35-28

1964 (2-6-1) Captain: Edward C. Malmstrom 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21

Colgate at Princeton Harvard at Yale Rutgers Cornell at Dartmouth Penn at Brown

W, 21-14 L, 13-23 L, 0-3 T, 9-9 L, 35-38 L, 20-57 L, 14-31 W, 33-12 L, 0-7

1965 (2-7, 1-6) Captain: Ronald Brookshire 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20

Lafayette Princeton at Harvard Yale Rutgers at Cornell Dartmouth at Penn Brown

L, 10-14 L, 0-31 L, 6-21 W, 21-7 W, 12-7 L, 6-20 L, 0-47 L, 21-31 L, 7-51

1966 (2-7,2-5) Captains: Richard Flory, Robert Hast 9/24 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/19

at Colgate at Princeton Harvard at Yale at Rutgers Cornell at Dartmouth Penn Brown

L, 0-38 L, 12-14 L, 7-34 L, 21-44 L, 34-37 L, 6-31 L, 14-56 W, 22-14 W, 40-38

11/16 at Penn 11/23 Brown

L, 7-13 W, 46-20

1969 (1-8,1-6) Captains: Kenneth Alexander, Richard Alexander 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/21

Lafayette Princeton at Harvard Yale at Rutgers at Cornell Dartmouth Penn at Brown

L, 22-36 L, 7-21 L, 0-51 L, 6-41 L, 14-21 L, 3-10 L, 7-37 L, 17L W, 18-3

1970 (3-6, 1-6) Captains: Michael Pyszczymucha, Spencer Ramsey 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21

Lafayette at Princeton Harvard at Yale Rutgers Cornell at Dartmouth at Penn Brown

W, 23-9 L, 22-24 W, 28-21 L, 15-32 W, 30-14 L, 20-31 L, 0-55 L, 14-21 L, 12-17

1971 (6-3, 5-2) Captains: John Sefcik, Charles Johnson 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20

at Lafayette Princeton at Harvard Yale at Rutgers at Cornell Dartmouth Penn at Brown

L, 0-3 W, 22-20 L, 19-21 W, 15-14 W, 17-16 L, 21-24 W, 31-29 W, 17-3 W, 24-6

1972 (3-5-1, 2-4-1) Captains: Don Jackson, Paul Kaliades, Jesse Parks 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/18 11/25

Fordham at Princeton Harvard at Yale Rutgers Cornell at Dartmouth at Penn Brown

W, 44-0 T, 0-0 L, 18-20 L, 14-28 L, 3-6 W, 14-0 L, 8-38 L, 14-20 W, 28-12

1973 (1-7, 1-6) Captains: Mike Evans, Ted Gregory 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17 11/24

Bucknell Princeton at Harvard Yale at Rutgers at Cornell Dartmouth Penn at Brown

T, 0-0 W, 14-13 L, 0-57 L, 0-29 L, 2-28 L, 14-44 L, 6-24 L, 8-42 L, 37-14

1974 (1-8, 0-7) Captains: Dick Cummings, Mike Telep 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/23

Lafayette at Princeton Harvard at Yale Bucknell Cornell at Dartmouth at Penn Brown

L, 0-15 L, 13-40 L, 6-34 L, 2-42 W, 38-33 L, 0-24 L, 0-21 L, 3-21 L, 19-28

1967 (2-7,0-7) Captains: Donald Hubert, Thomas Reed
 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/18 11/25

Colgate Princeton at Harvard Yale Rutgers at Cornell Dartmouth at Penn at Brown

W, 17-14 L, 14-28 L, 13-49 L, 7-21 W, 24-13 L, 14-27 L, 7-13 L, 6-26 L, 7-14

1968 (2-7,2-5) Captains: Mike Busa, Ron Tarrington 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/23 11/9

Lafayette at Princeton Harvard at Yale Rutgers Cornell at Dartmouth

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L, 14-36 L, 16-44 L, 14-21 L, 7-28 L, 17-28 W, 17-12 L, 19-31

Thomas Haggerty ‘62 runs the ball during the Lions’ 1961 Ivy League championship season.

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1975 (2-7, 2-5) Captains: Mike Delaney, Mike Yeager 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22

at Lafayette Princeton at Harvard Yale at Rutgers at Cornell Dartmouth Penn at Brown

L, 7-10 L, 7-27 L, 30-35 L, 7-34 L, 0-41 W, 42-19 L, 17-22 W, 28-25 L, 13-48

1976 (3-6, 2-5) Captains: Ed Backus, Dave McAvoy 9/18 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13

at Harvard Lafayette at Penn Princeton at Yale Rutgers at Dartmouth Cornell Brown

L, 10-34 W, 38-31 W, 14-10 L, 3-9 L, 6-37 L, 0-47 L, 14-34 W, 35-17 L, 17-28

1977 (2-7, 2-6) Captains: Paul McCormick, Jack Gastler, Marty Fischer, Steve Elliot 9/17 9/24 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12

Harvard Lafayette Penn at Princeton Yale Colgate Dartmouth at Cornell at Brown

L, 7-21 W, 21-10 W, 30-18 L, 7-28 L, 20-42 L, 36-48 L, 7-14 L, 7-20 L, 14-21

1978 (3-5-1, 2-4-1) Captains: Mike McGraw, Artie Pulsinelli 9/23 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/18

at Harvard Lafayette at Penn Princeton at Yale at Rutgers at Dartmouth Cornell Brown

W, 21-19 W, 21-0 L, 19-31 W, 14-10 T, 3-3 L, 0-69 L, 7-37 L, 14-35 L, 12-24

1979 (1-8, 1-6) Captains: Brian O'Hagan, Geoff Stoner 9/22 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17

Harvard at Lafayette Penn at Princeton Yale Colgate Dartmouth at Cornell at Brown

L, 7-26 L, 7-14 W, 12-7 L, 0-35 L, 7-37 L, 14-24 L, 0-17 L, 7-24 L, 14-31

1980 (1-9, 0-7) Captains: Sean Cannon, Rico Josephs 9/20 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22

at Harvard Lafayette at Penn Princeton at Yale Colgate Holy Cross at Dartmouth Cornell Brown

L, 6-26 W, 6-0 L, 13-24 L, 19-31 L, 10-30 L, 22-35 L, 0-26 L, 0-48 L, 0-24 L, 13-31

1981 (1-9, 1-6) Captains: Vince Pellini, Tom McNally 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21

Harvard Lafayette Penn at Princeton Yale Colgate at Holy Cross Dartmouth at Cornell at Brown

L, 6-23 L, 13-28 W, 20-9 L, 14-21 L, 17-48 L, 3-41 L, 7-14 L, 7-21 L, 9-15 L, 20-23

1982 (1-9, 1-6) Captains: Jim Davin, Mike Scavina 9/28 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20

at Harvard Lafayette at Penn Princeton at Yale Bucknell at Army at Dartmouth Cornell Brown

L, 16-27 L, 23-53 L, 31-51 W, 35-14 L, 10-36 L, 25-42 L, 8-41 L, 41-56 L, 26-35 L, 21-35

1983 (1-7-2, 1-5-1) Captain: John Witkowski 9/17 9/24 9/30 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/19

Harvard at Lafayette Penn at Princeton Yale Bucknell at Holy Cross Dartmouth at Cornell at Brown

L, 14-43 L, 29-34 L, 10-35 L, 26-35 W, 21-18 T, 31-31 L, 28-77 T, 17-17 L, 6-31 L, 36-42

1984 (0-9, 0-7) Captain: Tony Mazzarini 9/22 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17

at Harvard Lafayette at Penn Princeton at Yale Colgate at Dartmouth Cornell Brown

L, 21-35 L, 14-23 L, 7-35 L, 8-38 L, 21-28 L, 16-35 L, 9-41 L, 7-19 L, 14-28

1985 (0-10, 0-7) Captain: Bill Strack 9/21 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/23

Harvard at Lafayette Penn at Princeton Yale Bucknell at Colgate Dartmouth at Cornell at Brown

L, 17-49 L, 0-20 L, 14-46 L, 0-31 L, 28-12 L, 10-13 L, 11-55 L, 3-34 L, 8-21 L, 0-34

1986 (0-10, 0-7) Captain: Chris Riga 9/20 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22

at Harvard Lafayette at Penn Princeton at Yale Colgate Villanova at Dartmouth Cornell Brown

L, 0-35 L, 21-26 L, 7-42 L, 14-20 L, 0-47 L, 8-54 L, 34-42 L, 0-41 L, 0-28 L, 7-45

1987 (0-10, 0-7) Captain: Mike Bissinger 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21

Harvard at Lafayette Penn at Princeton Yale at Bucknell Lehigh Dartmouth at Cornell at Brown

L, 0-35 L, 7-38 L, 0-23 L, 8-38 L, 13-27 L, 20-62 L, 10-26 L, 10-12 L, 20-31 L, 16-19

1988 (2-8, 2-5) Captain: John Alex 9/17 9/24 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/19

at Harvard Lafayette at Penn Princeton at Yale Bucknell at Lehigh at Dartmouth Cornell Brown

L, 7-41 L, 3-49 L, 10-24 W, 16-13 L, 10-24 L, 7-21 L, 27-56 L, 10-20 L, 19-42 W, 31-13

1989 (1-9, 1-6) Captain: Bart Barnett 9/16 9/23 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/18

Harvard at Villanova at Lafayette Penn at Princeton Yale Bucknell Dartmouth at Cornell at Brown

L, 10-26 L, 0-38 L, 14-52 L, 21-24 L, 8-24 L, 0-23 L, 12-27 L, 12-13 W, 25-19 L, 28-41

1990 (1-9, 1-6) Captains: Bruce Mayhew, Galen Snyder 9/15 9/22 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17

Harvard at Bucknell at Lehigh Lafayette at Penn at Yale Princeton at Dartmouth Cornell Brown

L, 6-9 L, 16-41 L, 9-42 L, 34-41 L, 6-21 L, 7-31 W, 17-15 L, 20-34 L, 0-41 L, 0-17

1991 (1-9, 1-6) Captains: Chuck Dimitroff, Brad Hutton 9/21 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/23

at Harvard Lehigh Fordham Penn at Lafayette Yale at Princeton Dartmouth at Cornell at Brown

L, 16-21 L, 9-22 L, 16-20 W, 20-14 L, 15-30 L, 9-36 L, 6-22 L, 19-28 L, 21-28 L, 23-28

1992 (3-7, 2-5) Captain: Des Werthman 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21

Harvard at Fordham Colgate Bucknell at Penn at Yale Princeton at Dartmouth Cornell Brown

L, 20-27 W, 18-9 L, 29-34 L, 22-29 L, 21-34 L, 0-23 L, 7-34 L, 19-38 W, 35-30 W, 34-28

1993 (2-8, 1-6) Captain: Adam Yeloushan 9/18 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20

at Harvard Fordham at Colgate Lafayette Penn Yale at Princeton Dartmouth at Cornell at Brown

L, 3-30 W, 7-0 L, 24-27 L, 6-58 L, 7-36 L, 28-35 L, 3-14 L, 25-42 W, 29-24 L, 23-28

1994 (5-4-1, 3-4) Captains: Brian Bassett, Jamie Schwalbe 9/17 9/24 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/19 11/5 11/12 11/19

Harvard at Lehigh Lafayette at Fordham at Penn at Yale Princeton at Dartmouth Cornell Brown

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L, 32-39 T, 28-28 W, 28-13 W, 24-13 L, 3-12 W, 30-9 W, 17-10 L, 13-14 W, 38-33 L, 27-59

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1995 (3-6-1, 3-4) Captains: Mike Cavanaugh, Eric Keck, Rory Wilfork 9/16 9/23 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/18

at Harvard St. Mary's Lafayette Penn Lehigh Yale at Princeton Dartmouth at Cornell at Brown

W, 28-24 L, 14-34 T, 10-10 W, 24-14 L, 35-37 W, 21-7 L, 14-44 L, 27-43 L, 14-35 L, 14-33

1996 (8-2, 5-2) Captains: Ryan Gabriele, Randy Murff, Marcellus Wiley, Rory Wilfork 9/21 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/23

Harvard at Fordham at Holy Crow at Penn (OT) Lafayette at Yale Princeton at Dartmouth Cornell Brown

W, 20-13 W, 17-10 W, 42-16 W, 20-19 W, 3-0 W, 13-10 L, 11-14 L, 0-40 W, 24-10 W, 31-27

1997 (4-6, 3-4) Captains: Jay DuPertuis, Matt Kuhn 9/20 at Harvard 9/27 Towson 10/4 at Lafayette 10/11 Holy Cross 10/18 Penn 10/25 Yale 11/1 Princeton 11/8 Dartmouth 11/15 at Cornell 11/22 at Brown *Includes forfeit victory

L, 7-45 W, 16-6 L, 3-31 L, 16-45 W, 7-24 W, 21-10 W, 17-0 L, 21-23 L, 22-33 L, 11-42

1998 (4-6, 3-4) Captains: Bert Bondi, Paul Roland, Jeremy Taylor, Chris Tillotson 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21

Harvard at Bucknell at St. Mary's Lehigh at Penn at Yale Princeton at Dartmouth Cornell Brown

W, 24-0 L, 20-27 W, 20-17 L, 19-20 L, 0-20 L, 14-37 L, 0-20 W, 24-14 W, 22-10 L, 3-10

1999 (3-7, 1-6) Captains: Jason Bivens, Justin Meadlin, Matt Radley, Jon Sproul 9/18 9/25 10/2 10/9

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at Harvard Towson at Lehigh Bucknell

10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20

Penn Yale at Princeton Dartmouth at Cornell at Brown

L, 17-41 L, 29-41 L, 15-44 W, 21-14 L, 29-31 L, 66-23

2000 (3-7, 1-6) Captains: Jason Pease, Avery Moseley 9/16 9/23 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/18

Fordham W, 43-22 at Bucknell L, 10-12 Princeton (OT) L, 24-27 Lafayette W, 47-22 at Penn L, 25-43 Dartmouth W, 49-21 at Yale L, 0-41 at Harvard L, 0-34 Cornell L, 31-35 at Brown L, 27-45

2001 (3-7, 3-4) Captains: Sloane Joseph, Brian Lysiak, Jeff McCall, Johnathan Reese 9/22 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17 11/22

Bucknell (OT) at Princeton at Lafayette Penn at Dartmouth Yale Harvard at Cornell Brown at Fordham

L, 20-23 L, 11-44 L, 14-31 L, 7-35 W, 27-20 W, 28-14 L, 33-45 W, 35-28 L, 21-45 L, 10-41

2002 (1-9, 0-7) Captains: Chris Carey, Pat Girardi 9/21 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16 11/23

Fordham at Colgate Princeton Lafayette at Penn Dartmouth at Yale at Harvard Cornell at Brown

W, 13-11 L, 6-38 L, 32-35 L, 21-28 L, 10-44 L, 23-24 L, 7-35 L, 7-28 L, 14-17 L, 28-35

2003 (4-6, 3-4) Captains: Rashad Biggers, Chris Carey, Jeff Roether 9/20 at Fordham 9/27 Bucknell 10/4 at Princeton 10/11 at Lafayette 10/118 Penn 10/25 at Dartmouth 11/1 Yale 11/8 Harvard 11/15 at Cornell 11/22 Brown

L, 7-24 W, 28-13 L, 13-63 W, 10-7

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L, 30-37 W, 19-16 W, 33-27 L, 27-41 L, 7-31 L, 21-26 L, 14-29 W, 16-13 W, 34-21 L, 10-42

2004 (1-9,1-6) Captains: Rashad Biggers, Chuck Britton, Jeff Otis, Michael Quarshie

11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22

9/18 Fordham 9/25 at Bucknell 10/2 Princeton (OT) 10/9 Lafayette 10/16 at Penn 10/23 Dartmouth 10/30 at Yale 11/6 at Harvard 11/13 Cornell 11/20 at Brown

2009 (4-6, 2-5) Captains: Alex Gross, Taylor Joseph, Austin Knowlin, Lou Miller, M.A. Olawale, John Seiler

L, 14-17 L, 13-42 L, 26-27 L, 14-35 L, 3-14 W, 9-6 L, 14-21 L, 0-38 L, 26-32 L, 21-33

2005 (2-7, 0-7) Captains: Bill Beechum, Prosper Nwokocha, Joe Winters 9/17 9/24 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/19

at Fordham Duquesne at Princeton at Lafayette Penn at Dartmouth Yale Harvard at Cornell Brown

W, 23-17 W, 23-13 L, 3-43 L, 7-14 L, 16-44 L, 6-17 L, 3-37 L, 7-55 L, 7-45 L, 21-52

2006 (5-5, 2-5) Captains: Matt Barsamian, Adam Brekke, Uche Osadebe 9/16 9/23 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/18

Fordham Georgetown Princeton Iona at Penn Dartmouth at Yale at Harvard Cornell at Brown

W, 37-7 W, 23-21 L, 6-19 W, 24-0 L, 0-16 L, 7-20 L, 3-21 L, 7-24 W, 21-14 W, 22-21

2007 (1-9, 0-7) Captains: Craig Hormann, Drew Quinn, JoJo Smith 9/15 9/22 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17

at Fordham Marist at Princeton at Lafayette Penn at Dartmouth Yale Harvard at Cornell Brown

L, 10-27 W, 31-7 L, 32-42 L, 0-29 L, 28-59 L, 28-37 L, 7-28 L, 12-27 L, 14-34 L, 22-30

2008 (2-8, 2-5) Captains: Mike Brune, Jordan Davis, Drew Quinn 9/20 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25

Fordham at Townson Princeton Lafayette at Penn Dartmouth

L, 22-29 L, 24-31 L, 24-27 L, 3-13 L, 10-15 W, 21-13

9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21

at Yale at Harvard Cornell at Brown

L, 12-27 L, 28-42 W, 17-7 L, 10-41

at Fordham W, 40-28 Central Conn. St. L, 13-22 at Princeton W, 38-0 at Lafayette L, 21-24 Penn L, 13-27 at Dartmouth L, 6-28 Yale L, 22-23 Harvard L, 14-34 at Cornell W, 30-20 Brown W, 28-14

2010 (4-6, 2-5) Captains: Alex Gross, Andrew Kennedy, Matt Moretto, Mike Stephens 9/10 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20

Fordham Townson Princeton Lafayette at Penn Dartmouth at Yale at Harvard Cornell at Brown

L, 9-16 W, 24-10 W, 42-14 W, 42-28 L, 13-27 L, 21-24 L, 28-31 L, 7-23 W, 20-17 L, 16-38

2011 (1-9, 1-6) Captains: Sean Brackett, Bob Hauschildt, Ross Morand, Mike Stephens 9/17 9/24 10/01 10/08 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/05 11/12 11/19

at Fordham L, 14-21 Albany L, 21-44 at Princeton L, 21-24 Sacred Heart L, 25-34 Penn L, 20-27 at Dartmouth L, 0-37 Yale L, 13-16 Harvard L, 21-35 at Cornell L, 41-62 Brown W, 35-28 (2OT)

2012 Captains: Sean Brackett, Josh Martin 9/15 9/22 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10 11/17

Marist Fordham Princeton at Lehigh at Penn Dartmouth Yale at Harvard Cornell at Brown

W, 10-9 L, 13-20 L, 6-33 L, 14-35 L, 20-24 L, 16-21 W, 26-22 L, 0-69 W, 34-17 L, 6-22

ALL-TIME OPPONENTS

Opponent Albany Alfred Alumni Amherst Army Berkeley AC Brown Bucknell Buffalo Carlisle C.C.N.Y. Central Conn. St. Colgate Connecticut Cornell Crescent AC Dartmouth Duke Duquesne Franklin & Marshall Fordham Fort Monmouth Georgetown Georgia Hamilton Harvard Haverford Hobart Holy Cross Iona Johns Hopkins Lafayette Lehigh Maine Manhattan AC Marist Meritt Michigan Middlebury Monmouth Navy N.Y.U. Ohio State Penn State Penn Princeton Rutgers Sacred Heart St. Lawrence St. Mary’s (Calif.) Seton Hall Stanford Stevens Swarthmore Syracuse Towson Trinity Tufts Tulane Union Ursinus U.S.S. Arizona Vermont Villanova Virginia VMI Wesleyan William & Mary Williams Wisconsin Yale TOTALS  

First Meeting 2011 1925 1903 1889 1899 1891 1902 1973 1900 1899 1875 2009 1921 1915 1889 1889 1899 1926 2005 1904 1890 1942 1901 1940 1901 1877 1901 1917 1947 2006 1925 1889 1889 1936 1889 2007 1918 1935 1922 2013 1900 1899 1925 1933 1878 1874 1870 2011 1915 1995 1905 1934 1872 1902 1901 2010 1889 1904 1939 1899 1922 1919 1916 1986 1931 1934 1890 1926 1900 1940 1872

W L T Last CU Victory Last Opp. Victory 0 1 0 2011 (44-21) 1 0 0 1925 (46-0) 1 0 0 1903 (16-0) 7 4 3 1949 (27-7) 1921 (9-7) 4 14 3 1947 (21-20) 1982 (41-8) 1 0 0 1891(32-0) 26 49 2 2011 (35-28 2ot) 2012 (22-6) 3 11 2 2003 (19-16) 2004 (42-13) 2 2 0 1902 (5-2) 1958 (34-14) 2 1 0 1901(40-12) 1899 (45-0) 4 0 0 1884 (16-0) 0 1 0 2009 (22-13) 4 20 1 1967 (17-14) 2002 (38-6) 1 0 0 1915 (17-6) 36 61 3 2012(34-17) 2011 (62-41) 0 3 0 1891 (42-0) 17 65 1 2008 (21-13) 2012 (21-16) 1 0 0 1926 (24-0) 1 0 0 2005 (23-13) 1 0 0 1904 (28-0) 11 10 0 2009 (40-28) 2012 (20-13) 1 0 0 1942 (39-0) 2 0 0 2006 (23-21) 1 1 0 1940 (19-13) 1941 (7-3) 3 1 0 1903 (29-0) 1916 (14-7) 14 56 1 2003 (16-13) 2012 (69-0) 3 0 0 1925 (59-0) 2 0 0 1950 (42-12) 2 6 0 1996 (42-16) 1997 (45-16) 1 0 0 2006 (24-0) 2 0 1 1928 (14-13) 12 28 2 2010 (42-28) 2009 (24-21) 5 11 1 1963 (42-21) 2012 (14-35) 3 0 0 1942 (34-2) 1 1 0 1889 (22-0) 1891(28-0) 2 0 0 2012 (10-9) 1 0 0 1918 (7-0) 0 3 0 1941(28-0) 6 0 0 1932 (51-0) 0 0 0 9 13 1 1948 (13-0) 1955 (47-0) 8 3 1 1924 (40-0) 1919 (27-12) 0 2 0 1926 (32-7) 2 0 0 1934 (14-7) 21 70 1 1996 (20-19 ot) 2012 (20-24) 15 66 1 2010 (42-14) 2012 (33-6) 21 23 5 1971 (17-16) 1978 (69-0) 0 1 0 2011 (34-25) 2 0 0 1924 (52-0) 1 1 0 1998 (20-17) 1995 (34-14) 1 0 0 1905 (21-0) 2 0 1 1936 (7-0) 10 5 2 1915 (15-6) 1919 (13-0) 3 2 0 1904 (12-0) 1920 (21-7) 9 11 4 1948 (34-28) 1940 (3-0) 1 1 0 2010 (24-10) 2008 (31-24) 1 2 0 1920 (21-0) 1891 (54-0) 1 0 0 1904 (31-0) 0 1 0 1939 (25-0) 13 1 1 1944 (21-0) 1916 (3-0) 2 0 0 1923 (13-0) 0 0 1 5 0 0 1928 (20-0) 0 2 0 1989 (38-0) 4 0 0 1936 (39-0) 4 0 0 1939 (26-7) 16 5 1 1931(37-0) 1920 (10-0) 1 0 0 1926 (13-10) 14 5 2 1937 (37-0) 1923 (10-0) 1 0 0 1940 (7-6) 20 69 2 2013 (26-22) 2011 (16-13) 371 632 43

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS Albany (0-1) 9/24/2011

Brown (Continued)

H

L, 21-44

Alfred (1-0) 1925

W, 46-0

Alumni (1-0) 1903

W, 16-0

Amherst (7-4-3) 1889 1899 1902 1903 1905 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 9/24/1950 H

T, 0-0 W, 18-0 L, 0-29 W, 12-0 T, 10-10 L, 6-14 W, 21-7 W, 9-7 W, 20-7 L, 7-9 W, 43-6 T, 0-0 W, 27-7

Army (4-14-3) 1899 1924 1925 1936 1937 1938 1939 1941 1942 1943 10/19/1946 A 10/25/1947 A 10/22/1949 A 10/28/1950 H 10/27/1951 A 10/25/1952 H 10/24/1953 A 10/23/1954 H 10/22/1955 A 10/27/1956 H 10/30/1982 A

W, 16-0 T, 14-14 W, 21-7 L, 16-27 L, 18-21 W, 20-18 T, 6-6 L, 0-13 L, 6-34 L, 0-52 L, 14-48 W, 21-20 L, 6-63 L, 0-34 L, 9-14 T, 14-14 L, 7-40 L, 12-67 L, 0-45 L, 0-60 L, 8-41

Berkeley AC (1-0) 1891

W, 32-0

Brown (26-49-2) 11/8/1902 11/27/1919 11/15/1930 11/12/1931 11/10/1932 11/10/1934 11/23/1935 10/23/1937 11/26/1938

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L, 0-28 T, 7-7 L, 0-6 W, 9-7 L, 6-7 W, 39-0 W, 18-0 L, 6-7 L, 27-36

11/30/1940 10/4/1941 10/10/1942 11/18/1944 10/27/1945 11/9/1949 11/23/1950 11/24/1951 11/22/1952 9/26/1954 9/24/1955 9/29/1956 9/28/1957 9/27/1958 9/26/1959 9/24/1960 9/30/1961 9/29/1962 9/28/1963 11/21/1964 11/20/1965 11/19/1966 11/25/1967 11/23/1968 11/21/1969 11/21/1970 11/20/1971 11/25/1972 11/24/1973 11/23/1974 11/22/1975 11/13/1976 11/12/1977 11/18/1978 11/17/1979 11/22/1980 11/21/1981 11/20/1982 11/19/1983 11/17/1984 11/23/1985 11/22/1986 11/21/1987 11/19/1988 11/18/1989 11/17/1990 11/23/1991 11/21/1992 11/20/1993 11/19/1994 11/18/1995 11/23/1996 11/22/1997 11/21/1998 11/20/1999 11/18/2000 11/17/2001 11/23/2002 11/22/2003 11/20/2004 11/19/2005 11/18/2006 11/17/2007 11/22/2008 11/21/2009

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A H A A H H A H H A H H A H A H A H A A H H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A A H A H A H A H A H

T, 0-0 W, 13-6 L, 21-28 L, 0-12 W, 27-6 L, 7-16 W, 33-0 W, 29-14 W, 14-0 L, 8-17 W, 14-12 L, 0-20 W, 23-20 L, 0-22 W, 21-6 W, 37-0 W, 50-0 W, 22-0 W, 22-14 L, 0-7 L, 7-51 W, 40-38 L, 7-14 W, 46-28 W, 18-3 L, 12-17 W, 24-6 W, 28-12 L, 14-37 L, 19-28 L, 13-48 L, 17-28 L, 14-21 L, 12-24 L, 14-31 L, 13-31 L, 20-23 L, 21-35 L, 36-42 L, 14-28 L, 0-34 L, 7-45 L, 16-19 W, 31-13 L, 28-41 L, 0-17 L, 23-28 W, 34-28 L, 23-28 L, 27-59 L, 14-33 W, 31-27 L, 11-42 L, 3-10 L, 23-66 L, 27-45 L, 21-45 L, 28-35 L, 10-42 L, 21-33 L, 21-52 W, 22-21 L, 22-30 L, 10-41 W, 28-14

11/20/2010 11/19/2011 11/17/2012

A H A

L, 16-38 W, 35-28 L, 6-22

Bucknell (3-11-2) 10/26/1974 10/23/1982 10/22/1983 10/26/1985 10/24/1987 10/22/1988 10/28/1989 9/22/1990 10/10/1992 9/26/1998 10/9/1999 9/23/2000 9/22/2001 9/27/2003 9/25/2004

H H H H A H H A H A H A H H A

W, 38-33 L, 25-42 T, 31-31 L, 10-13 L, 20-62 L, 7-21 L, 12-27 L, 16-41 L, 22-29 L, 20-27 W, 10-7 L, 10-12 L, 20-23 W, 19-6 L, 13-42

Buffalo (2-2) 1900 1901 1902 10/25/1958 A

W, 17-0 L, 0-5 W, 5-0 L, 13-34

Carlisle (2-1) 1899 1900 1901

L, 0-45 W, 17-6 W, 40-12

C.C.N.Y. (3-0) 1875 1883 1884

W, 5-0 W, 12-0 W, 16-0

Central Conn. State (0-1) 9/26/2009

H

L, 13-22

Colgate (4-20-1) 1921 1922 1927 1929 1930 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 9/26/1964 H 9/30/1967 H 10/22/1977 H 10/27/1979 H 10/25/1980 H 10/24/1981 H 10/27/1984 H

L, 14-21 L, 6-59 L, 7-13 L, 0-33 L, 0-54 L, 0-12 T, 0-0 W, 20-17 L, 21-30 L, 21-35 L, 0-41 L, 0-6 W, 31-7 W, 21-14 W, 17-14 L, 36-48 L, 14-24 L, 22-35 L, 3-41 L, 16-35

Colgate (Continued) 11/2/1985 10/25/1986 10/3/1992 10/2/1993 9/28/2002

A H H A A

L, 11-55 L, 8-54 L, 29-34 L, 24-27 L, 6-38

Connecticut (1-0) 1915

W, 17-6

Cornell (36-61-3) 11/23/1889 11/22/1890 11/4/1899 11/16/1901 11/14/1903 11/12/1904 11/18/1905 11/13/1920 11/5/1921 11/4/1922 11/10/1923 11/1/1924 10/31/1925 10/30/1926 10/29/1927 11/3/1928 11/2/1929 11/1/1930 10/31/1931 10/29/1932 11/4/1933 11/3/1934 11/2/1935 10/31/1936 10/30/1937 10/29/1938 11/4/1939 11/2/1940 11/1/1941 10/31/1942 10/30/1943 11/4/1944 11/3/1945 11/2/1946 11/1/1947 10/30/1948 10/29/1949 11/4/1950 11/3/1951 11/1/1952 10/31/1953 10/30/1954 10/29/1955 11/3/1956 11/2/1957 11/1/1958 10/31/1959 10/29/1960 11/4/1961 11/3/1962 11/2/1963 10/31/1964 10/30/1965

H A H H A H A A H A H A H H A H A H A H A H A H A H A A H H A H H H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A

L, 0-20 L, 0-36 L, 0-39 L, 0-24 W, 17-12 W, 12-6 W, 12-6 L, 7-34 L, 7-41 L, 0-56 L, 0-35 L, 0-14 L, 14-17 W, 17-9 T, 0-0 T, 0-0 L, 6-12 W, 10-7 L, 0-13 W, 6-0 W, 9-6 W, 14-0 T, 7-7 W, 20-13 L, 0-14 L, 7-23 L, 7-13 L, 0-27 W, 7-0 W, 14-13 L, 6-33 L, 7-25 W, 34-26 L, 0-12 W, 22-0 L, 13-20 L, 0-54 W, 20-19 W, 21-20 L, 14-21 L, 13-27 L, 0-26 L, 19-34 W, 25-19 L, 0-8 L, 0-25 L, 7-34 W, 44-6 W, 35-7 W, 25-21 L, 17-18 L, 20-57 L, 6-20

ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS Cornell (Continued) 10/29/1966 11/4/1967 11/23/1968 11/1/1969 10/31/1970 10/30/1971 11/4/1972 11/3/1973 11/2/1974 11/1/1975 11/6/1976 11/5/1977 11/11/1978 11/10/1979 11/15/1980 11/14/1981 11/13/1982 11/12/1983 11/10/1984 11/16/1985 11/15/1986 11/14/1987 11/12/1988 11/11/1989 11/10/1990 11/16/1991 11/14/1992 11/13/1993 11/24/1994 11/11/1995 11/16/1996 11/15/1997 11/14/1998 11/13/1999 11/11/2000 11/10/2001 11/16/2002 11/15/2003 11/13/2004 11/12/2005 11/11/2006 11/10/2007 11/15/2008 11/14/2009 11/13/2010 11/12/2011 11/10/2012

H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A A A H A H A H A H A H A A A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H

L, 6-31 L, 14-27 W, 17-12 L, 3-10 L, 20-31 L, 21-24 W, 14-0 L, 14-44 L, 0-24 W, 42-19 W, 35-17 L, 7-20 L, 14-35 L, 7-24 L, 0-24 L, 9-15 L, 26-35 L, 6-31 L, 7-19 L, 8-21 L, 0-28 L, 20-31 L, 19-42 W, 25-19 L, 0-41 L, 21-28 W, 35-30 W, 29-24 W, 38-33 L, 14-35 W, 24-10 L, 22-23 W, 22-10 L, 29-31 L, 31-35 W, 35-28 L, 14-17 W, 34-21 L, 26-32 L, 7-45 W, 21-14 L, 14-34 W, 17-7 W, 30-20 W, 20-17 L, 41-62 W, 34-17

Crescent AC (0-3) 1889 1890 1891

L, 0-30 L, 0-29 L, 42-0

Dartmouth (17-65-1) 11/18/1899 10/22/1921 11/18/1922 11/24/1923 10/20/1928 10/19/1929 10/18/1930 10/17/1931 11/30/1935

H A H H A H A H H

W, 22-0 L, 7-31 L, 7-28 L, 6-31 L, 7-21 L, 0-34 L, 0-52 W, 19-6 W, 13-7

Dartmouth (Continued) 11/7/1936 11/20/1937 10/12/1940 11/21/1942 11/6/1943 11/25/1944 11/24/1945 10/26/1946 11/8/1947 11/6/1948 11/5/1949 11/11/1950 11/10/1951 11/8/1952 11/7/1953 11/6/1954 11/5/1955 11/10/1956 11/9/1957 11/8/1958 11/7/1959 11/5/1960 11/11/1961 11/10/1962 11/9/1963 11/7/1964 11/6/1965 11/5/1966 11/11/1967 11/9/1968 11/8/1969 11/7/1970 11/6/1971 11/11/1972 11/10/1973 11/9/1974 11/9/1975 10/30/1976 10/29/1977 11/4/1978 11/3/1979 11/8/1980 11/7/1981 11/6/1982 11/5/1983 11/3/1984 11/9/1985 11/8/1986 11/7/1987 11/5/1988 11/4/1989 11/3/1990 11/9/1991 11/7/1992 11/6/1993 11/5/1994 11/4/1995 11/9/1996 11/8/1997 11/7/1998 11/6/1999 10/21/2000 10/20/2001 10/26/2002 10/25/2003

A H A H A H H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H H A H A

L, 13-20 L, 0-27 W, 20-6 L, 13-26 L, 13-47 L, 0-18 W, 21-0 W, 33-13 W, 15-0 L, 21-26 L, 14-38 L, 7-14 W, 21-6 L, 14-38 W, 25-19 L, 0-26 L, 7-14 L, 0-14 L, 0-7 L, 0-38 L, 0-22 L, 6-22 W, 35-14 L, 0-42 L, 6-47 L, 14-31 L, 0-47 L, 14-56 L, 7-13 L, 19-31 L, 7-37 L, 0-55 W, 31-29 L, 8-38 L, 6-24 L, 0-21 L, 17-22 L, 14-34 L, 7-14 L, 7-37 L, 0-17 L, 0-48 L, 7-21 L, 41-56 T, 17-17 L, 9-41 L, 3-34 L, 0-41 L, 10-12 L, 10-20 L, 12-13 L, 20-34 L, 19-28 L, 19-38 L, 25-42 L, 13-14 L, 27-43 L, 0-40 L, 21-23 W, 24-14 W, 21-14 W, 49-21 W, 27-20 L, 23-24 L, 21-26

10/23/2004 10/22/2005 10/21/2006 10/20/20007 10/25/2008 10/24/2009 10/23/2010 10/22/2011 10/20/2012

H A H A H A H A H

W, 9-6 L, 6-17 L, 7-20 L, 28-37 W, 21-13 L, 6-28 L, 21-24 L, 0-37 L, 16-21

Duke (1-0) 1926

W, 24-0

Duquesne (1-0) 9/24/2005

H

W, 23-13

Franklin & Marshall (1-0) 1904

W, 28-0

Fordham (11-10) 1890 1902 9/30/1972 H 10/5/1991 H 9/26/1992 A 9/25/1993 H 10/8/1994 A 9/28/1996 A 9/16/2000 H 11/22/2001 A 9/21/2002 H 9/20/2003 A 9/18/2004 H 9/17/2005 A 9/16/2006 H 9/15/2007 A 9/20/2008 H 9/19/2009 A 9/10/2010 H 9/17/2011 A 9/22/2012 H

W, 40-0 W, 45-0 W, 44-0 L, 16-20 W, 18-9 W, 7-0 W, 24-13 W, 17-10 W, 43-22 L, 10-41 W, 13-11 L, 30-37 L, 14-17 W, 23-17 W, 37-7 L, 10-27 L, 22-29 L, 40-28 L, 9-16 L, 14-21 L, 13-20

Fort Monmouth (1-0) 1942

W, 39-0

Georgetown (2-0) 1901 9/23/2006 H

W, 18-0 W, 23-1

Georgia (1-1) 1940 1941

W, 19-13 L, 3-7

Hamilton (3-1) 1901 1902 1903 1916

W, 12-0 W, 35-0 W, 29-0 L, 7-14

Harvard (13-56-1) 11/5/1877 11/6/1880 11/5/1881 11/11/1882 10/13/1900 10/12/1901 10/2/1948 10/1/1949 10/7/1950 10/6/1951 10/4/1952 10/17/1953 10/16/1954 10/15/1955 10/20/1956 10/19/1957 10/18/1958 10/17/1959 10/15/1960 10/21/1961 10/20/1962 10/19/1963 10/10/1964 10/9/1965 10/8/1966 10/14/1967 10/12/1968 10/11/1969 10/10/1970 10/9/1971 10/14/1972 10/13/1973 10/12/1974 10/11/1975 9/18/1976 9/17/1977 9/23/1978 9/22/1979 9/20/1980 9/19/1981 9/28/1982 9/17/1983 9/22/1984 9/21/1985 9/20/1986 9/19/1987 9/18/1988 9/16/1989 9/15/1990 9/21/1991 9/19/1992 9/18/1993 9/17/1994 9/16/1995 9/21/1996 9/20/1997 9/19/1998 9/18/1999 11/4/2000 11/3/2001 11/9/2002 11/8/2003 11/6/2004 11/5/2005 11/4/2006

N H A A A A A H A H A H A H H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A A H A H A H A H A H A H A H H A H A H A H A H A A H A H A H A

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L, 0-6 L, 0-3G-1T L, 0-1G-3TL L, 0-2G,4T L, 0-24 L, 0-18 L, 24-33 W, 14-7 W,28-7 W, 35-0 W, 16-7 W, 8-0 W, 7-6 L, 7-21 W, 26-20 L, 6-19 L, 0-26 L, 22-38 L, 7-8 W, 26-14 L, 14-36 T, 3-3 L, 0-3 L, 6-21 L, 7-34 L, 13-49 L, 14-21 L, 0-51 W, 28-21 L, 19-21 L, 18-20 L, 0-57 L, 6-34 L, 30-35 L, 10-34 L, 7-21 W, 21-19 L, 7-26 L, 6-26 L, 6-23 L, 16-27 L, 14-43 L, 21-35 L, 17-49 L, 0-35 L, 0-35 L, 7-41 L, 10-26 L, 6-9 L, 16-21 L, 20-27 L, 3-30 L, 32-29 L, 28-24 W, 20-13 L, 7-45 W, 24-0 L, 7-24 L, 0-34 L, 33-45 L, 7-28 W, 16-13 L, 0-38 L, 7-55 L, 7-24

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS Lafayette (Continued)

Bill Swiacki ‘48

Harvard (Continued) 11/3/2007 11/8/2008 11/7/2009 11/6/2010 11/5/2011 11/3/2012

H A H A H A

L, 12-27 L, 28-42 L, 14-34 L, 7-23 L, 21-35 L, 0-69

Haverford (3-0) 1901 1924 1925

W, 29-6 W, 29-3 W, 59-0

Hobart (2-0) 1917 9/3/1950 H

W, 70-0 W, 35-0

Holy Cross (2-6) 11/15/1947 10/24/1959 10/22/1960 11/1/1980 10/31/1981 10/29/1983 10/5/1996 10/11/1997

H H H H A A A H

W, 10-0 L, 7-8 L, 6-27 L, 0-26 L, 7-14 L, 28-77 W, 42-16 L, 16-45

Iona (1-0) 10/7/2006

H

W, 24-0

Johns Hopkins (2-0-1) 1925 1927 1928

W, 47-0 T, 7-7 W, 14-13

Lafayette (12-28-2) 1889 1933 1945 11/16/1946 H 9/25/1965 H 9/28/1968 H 9/27/1969 H

80

T, 10-10 W, 46-6 W, 40-14 W, 46-0 L, 10-14 L, 14-36 L, 22-36

9/26/1970 9/25/1971 9/28/1974 9/27/1975 9/25/1976 9/24/1977 9/30/1978 9/29/1979 9/27/1980 9/26/1981 9/25/1982 9/24/1983 9/29/1984 9/28/1985 9/27/1986 9/26/1987 9/24/1988 9/30/1989 10/6/1990 10/19/1991 10/9/1993 10/1/1994 9/30/1995 10/19/1996 10/4/1997 10/7/2000 10/6/2001 10/12/2002 10/11/2003 10/9/2004 10/8/2005 10/6/2007 10/11/2008 10/10/2009 10/9/2010

H A H A H H H A H H H A H A H A H A H A H H H H A H A H A H A A H H H

W, 23-9 L, 0-3 L, 0-15 L, 7-10 W, 38-31 W, 21-10 W, 21-0 L, 7-14 W, 6-0 L, 13-28 L, 23-53 L, 29-34 L, 14-23 L, 0-20 L, 21-26 L, 7-38 L, 3-49 L, 14-52 L, 34-41 L, 15-30 L, 6-58 W, 28-13 T, 10-10 W, 3-0 L, 3-31 W, 47-22 L, 14-31 L, 21-28 L, 27-41 L, 14-35 L, 7-14 L, 0-29 L, 3-13 L, 21-24 W, 42-28

Lehigh (5-11-1) 1889 1932 1933 9/26/1953 H 10/26/1957 H 10/28/1961 H 10/27/1962 H 10/26/1963 H 10/31/1987 H 10/29/1988 A 9/29/1990 A 9/28/1991 H 9/24/1994 A 10/14/1995 H 10/10/1998 H 10/2/1999 A 10/6/2012 A

L, 6-51 W, 41-6 W, 39-0 W, 14-7 L, 6-40 L, 7-14 W, 22-15 W, 42-21 L, 10-26 L, 27-56 L, 9-42 L, 9-22 T, 28-28 L, 35-37 L, 19-20 L, 13-63 L, 14-35

Maine (3-0) 1936 1940 1942

W, 34-0 W, 15-0 W, 34-2

Manhattan AC (1-1) 1889 1891

2013 COLUMBIA FOOTBALL

W, 22-0 L, 0-28

Marist (2-0) 9/22/2007 9/15/2012

Ohio State (0-2)

H H

W, 31-7 W, 10-9

Meritt (1-0) W, 7-0

Michigan (0-3) 1935 1936 1941

L, 7-19 L, 0-13 L, 0-28

Middlebury (6-0) 1922 1923 1929 1930 1931 1932

W, 17-6 W, 9-6 W, 38-6 W, 48-0 W, 61-0 W, 51-0

Navy (9-13-1) W, 11-0 W, 6-5 W, 5-0 W, 7-6 W, 14-7 L, 7-18 L, 7-28 L, 6-13 L, 9-14 W, 19-13 T, 0-0 L, 9-13 L, 0-61 W, 23-14 W, 13-6 W, 13-0 L, 0-28 L, 7-29 L, 7-21 L, 0-28 L, 6-14 L, 6-51 L, 0-47

1933 1934

W, 33-0 W, 14-7

Penn (21-70-1) 11/16/1878 A T, 0-0 11/8/1879 A L, 0-1T 11/26/1881 H 2G-0W 11/14/1883 A L, 1-35 11/9/1889 H L, 0-24 10/22/1890 N L, 0-18 10/20/1900 A L, 0-30 11/2/1901 H W, 10-0 11/1/1902 A L, 0-17 10/24/1903 H W, 18-6 10/22/1904 A L, 0-16 11/25/1905 H L, 0-23 11/20/1920 N L, 7-27 10/20/1923 A L, 7-19 10/18/1924 A L, 7-10 11/13/1926 A L, 0-3 11/12/1927 A L, 0-27 11/17/1928 A L, 7-34 11/16/1929 H L, 0-20 11/17/1934 A W, 13-12 10/19/1935 A L, 0-34 10/16/1937 H W, 26-6 10/22/1938 A L, 13-14 11/8/1941 A L, 16-19 10/24/1942 A L, 12-42 10/23/1943 H L, 0-33 11/11/1944 A L, 7-35 11/10/1945 A L, 7-32 11/9/46 H L, 6-41 10/18/47 H L, 14-34 10/16/48 H L, 14-20 10/15/49 A L, 7-27 10/21/50 H L, 0-34 10/20/51 A L, 13-28 10/18/52 H L, 17-27 11/17/56 A L, 6-20 11/16/57 H L, 6-28

N.Y.U. (8-3-1) 1899 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925

L, 0-9 L, 7-32

Penn State (2-0)

1918

1900 1901 1902 1932 1933 1934 1935 1937 1938 1939 1940 1942 1943 10/5/1946 H 10/4/1947 A 11/13/1948 H 11/12/1949 A 11/18/1950 H 11/17/1951 H 11/15/1952 A 11/14/1953 H 11/13/1954 A 11/12/1955 H

1925 1926

W, 40-0 W, 19-16 L, 0-6 L, 7-9 W, 12-0 L, 12-27 W, 14-7 W, 19-0 W, 6-2 W, 21-0 W, 40-0 T, 6-6

Marty Domres ‘69

ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS Penn (Continued) 11/15/58 11/14/59 11/12/60 11/18/61 11/17/62 11/16/63 11/14/64 11/13/65 11/12/66 11/18/67 11/16/68 11/15/69 11/14/70 11/13/71 11/18/72 11/17/73 11/16/74 11/15/75 10/2/76 10/1/77 10/7/78 10/6/79 10/4/80 10/3/81 10/2/82 9/30/83 10/6/84 10/5/85 10/4/86 10/3/87 10/1/88 10/7/89 10/13/90 10/12/91 10/17/92 10/16/93 10/15/94 10/7/95 10/12/96 10/18/97 10/17/98 10/16/99 10/14/00 10/13/01 10/19/02 10/18/03 10/16/04 10/15/05 10/14/06 10/13/07 10/18/08 10/17/09 10/16/10 10/15/11 10/13/12

A H A H A H H A H A A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A

L, 0-42 L, 6-24 W, 16-6 W, 37-6 W, 21-7 W, 33-8 W, 33-12 L, 21-31 W, 22-14 L, 6-26 L, 7-13 L, 7-17 L, 14-21 W, 17-3 L, 14-20 L, 8-42 L, 3-21 W, 28-25 W, 14-10 W, 30-18 L, 19-31 W, 12-7 L, 13-24 W, 20-9 L, 31-51 L, 10-35 L, 7-35 L, 14-46 L, 7-42 L, 0-23 L, 10-24 L, 21-24 L, 6-21 W, 20-14 L, 21-34 L, 7-36 L, 3-12 W, 24-14 W, 20-19 L, 7-24 L, 0-20 L, 17-41 L, 25-43 L, 7-35 L, 10-44 L, 7-31 L, 3-14 L, 16-44 L, 0-16 L, 28-59 L, 10-15 L, 13-27 L, 13-27 L, 20-27 L, 20-24

Princeton (15-64-1) 11/14/1874 11/13/1875 11/18/1876 11/17/1877 11/1/1879 11/12/1881 11/25/1882

A L, 0-6 A L, 2-6 H L, 0-3 A L, 3T-4G A L, 0-2G,3T H 3S-1G,2T,2SL A L, 0-3G,1T

Princeton (Continued) 11/6/1889 H 11/5/1890 H 10/14/1899 H 11/10/1900 H 10/25/1902 A 10/28/1905 H 10/8/1932 H 10/21/1933 A 10/21/1939 H 10/11/1941 A 10/2/1943 H 11/17/1945 A 10/23/1948 H 9/27/1952 H 10/3/1953 A 10/2/1954 H 10/1/1955 A 10/6/1956 A 10/5/1957 H 10/4/1958 A 10/3/1959 H 10/1/1960 A 10/7/1961 H 10/6/1962 A 10/5/1963 H 10/3/1964 A 10/2/1965 H 10/1/1966 A 10/7/1967 H 10/5/1968 A 10/4/1969 H 10/3/1970 A 10/2/1971 H 10/7/1972 A 10/6/1973 H 10/5/1974 A 13-40
10/4/1975 H 10/9/1976 H 10/8/1977 A 10/14/1978 H 10/13/1979 A 10/11/1980 H 10/10/1981 A 10/9/1982 H 10/8/1983 A 10/13/1984 H 10/12/1985 A 10/11/1986 H 10/10/1987 A 10/8/1988 H 10/14/1989 A 10/27/1990 H 11/2/1991 A 10/31/1992 H 10/30/1993 A 10/29/1994 H 10/28/1995 A 11/2/1996 H 11/1/1997 H 10/31/1998 H 10/30/1999 A 9/30/2000 H 9/29/2001 A 10/5/2002 H 10/4/2003 A

L, 0-71 L, 0-85 L, 0-11 W, 6-5 L, 0-21 L, 0-12 W, 20-7 L, 0-20 L, 7-14 W, 21-0 L, 7-26 W, 32-7 L, 14-16 L, 0-14 L, 19-20 L, 20-54 L, 7-20 L, 0-39 L, 6-47 L, 8-43 L, 0-22 L, 0-49 L, 20-30 L, 0-33 L, 6-7 L, 13-23 L, 0-31 L, 12-14 L, 14-28 L, 16-44 L, 7-21 L, 22-24 W, 22-20 T, 0-0 W, 14-13 L, L, 7-27 L, 3-9 L, 7-28 W, 14-10 L, 0-35 L, 19-31 L, 14-21 W, 35-14 L, 26-35 L, 8-38 L, 0-31 L, 14-20 L, 8-38 W, 16-13 L, 8-24 W, 17-15 L, 6-22 L, 7-34 L, 3-14 W, 17-10 L, 14-44 L, 11-14 W, 17-0 L, 0-20 L, 15-44 L, 24-27 L, 11-44 L, 32-35 W, 33-27

Bill Campbell ‘62 gets carried off the field after the Lions clinched the 1961 Ivy League Championship.

Princeton (Continued) 10/2/2004 10/1/2005 9/30/2006 9/29/2007 10/4/2008 10/3/2009 10/2/2010 10/1/2011 9/29/2012

H A H A H A H A H

L, 26-27 L, 3-43 L, 6-19 L, 32-42 L, 24-27 W, 38-0 W, 42-14 L, 21-24 L, 6-33

Rutgers (21-23-5)

Rutgers (Continued) 11/24/1962 11/23/1963 10/24/1964 10/23/1965 10/22/1966 10/28/1967 10/26/1968 10/25/1969 10/24/1970 10/23/1971 10/28/1972 10/27/1973 10/25/1975 10/23/1976 10/28/1978

H A H H A H H A H A H A A H A

L, 6-22 W, 35-28 L, 35-38 W, 12-7 L, 34-37 W, 24-13 L, 17-28 L, 14-21 W, 30-14 W, 17-16 L, 3-6 L, 2-28 L, 0-41 L, 0-47 L, 0-69

1870 L, 3-6 1872 T, 0-0 L, 5-7 1873 L, 4-5 Sacred Heart (0-1) W, 4-3 1874 L, 1-6 10/8/2011 H L, 25-34 W, 4-1 1875 T, 1-1 St. Lawrence (2-0) 1877 W, 6T-0 1879 T, 0-0 1915 W, 57-0 1880 W, 3G-3T 1924 W, 52-0 1881 1S-4ST 1G-3SW,3T St. Mary’s (1-1) 1882 L, 1T-2G,1T 1884 L, 5-35 9/23/1995 H L, 14-34 1890 T, 6-6 10/3/1998 A W, 20-17 1891 L, 0-44 1899 W, 26-0 Seton Hall (1-0) 1900 W, 11-0 1901 W, 27-0 1905 W, 21-0 1902 W, 43-0 1935 W, 20-6 Stanford (2-0-1) 9/2819/46 H W, 13-7 9/27/1947 H W, 40-28 1933 W, 7-0 (Rose Bowl) 9/25/1948 H W, 27-6 1936 W, 7-0 11/21/1953 H W, 27-13 1937 T, 0-0 11/20/1954 H L, 12-45 11/19/1955 H L, 6-12 Stevens (10-5-2) 11/24/1956 A W, 18-12 11/23/1957 H L, 7-26 1872 W, 6-0 11/22/1958 A L, 0-61 1873 W, 2-1 11/21/1959 H W, 26-16 1874 L, 2-4 11/19/1960 H L, 2-43 1875 W, 2-1 11/25/1961 A L, 19-32

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ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS Stevens (Continued) 1876 L, 3-5 W, 4-0 1879 T, 0-0 1881 3G-1G,1TW,2S 1883 L, 0-19 1889 W, 12-6 1891 L, 0-52 1899 W, 46-0 1900 W, 45-0 1915 W, 15-6 1916 T, 0-0 1919 L, 0-13

Swarthmore (3-2) 1902 1903 1904 1916 1920

W, 24-0 W, 5-0 W, 12-0 L, 0-18 L, 7-21

Syracuse (9-11-4) 1901 1902 1918 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1940 1944 1945 11/23/1946 H 11/22/1947 H 11/20/1948 H

L, 5-11 T, 6-6 L, 0-20 L, 6-9 L, 5-16 L, 2-19 W, 14-7 L, 6-14 L, 0-6 L, 7-19 T, 0-0 T, 0-0 W, 16-0 W, 12-0 L, 2-14 W, 17-0 T, 6-6 L, 27-36 L, 0-3 W, 26-2 W, 32-0 W, 59-21 W, 28-8 W, 34-28

Towson (1-1) 9/27/2008 9/25/2010

A H

L, 24-31 W, 24-10

Trinity (1-2) 1889 1891 1920

L, 4-24 L, 0-54 W, 21-0

Tufts (1-0) 1904

W, 31-0

Tulane (0-1) 1939

82

L, 0-25

Union (13-1-1) 1899 1903 1904 1905 1916 1917 1918 1919 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1944

Wesleyan (Continued) W, 21-0 W, 36-0 W, 10-0 W, 23-0 L, 0-3 W, 21-0 W, 33-0 T, 0-0 W, 26-0 W, 28-0 W, 27-0 W, 31-0 W, 25-0 W, 51-0 W, 21-0

Ursinus (2-0) 1922 1923

W, 48-7 W, 13-0

U.S.S. Arizona (0-0-1) 1919

T, 0-0

Vermont (5-0) 1916 1919 1926 1927 1928

W, 6-0 W, 7-0 W, 14-0 W, 32-0 W, 20-0

Villanova (0-2) 11/1/1986 9/23/1989

H A

L, 34-42 L, 0-38

Virginia (4-0) 1931 1932 1933 1938

W, 27-0 W, 22-6 W, 15-6 W, 39-0

VMI (4-0) 1934 1935 1936 1939

W, 29-6 W, 12-0 W, 38-0 W, 26-7

Wesleyan (16-5-1) 1890 1900 1903 1904 1905 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924

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L, 0-4 W, 12-0 W, 10-0 W, 16-0 T, 0-0 W, 18-0 L, 0-40 L, 0-6 W, 14-0 L, 13-28 L, 0-10 W, 14-3 W, 10-6 W, 12-6 W, 35-0

1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931

W, 64-0 W, 41-0 W, 28-0 W, 31-7 W, 52-0 W, 48-0 W, 37-0

William & Mary (1-0) 1926

W, 13-10

Williams (14-5-2) 1900 1901 1903 1904 1905 1916 1917 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1937

T, 0-0 W, 5-0 W, 5-0 W, 11-0 W, 11-5 T, 0-0 L, 6-9 L, 0-25 W, 20-14 L, 0-20 L, 10-13 L, 0-10 W, 27-3 W, 26-0 W, 19-0 W, 20-6 W, 33-0 W, 3-0 W, 19-0 W, 46-0 W, 40-6

Wisconsin (1-0) 1940

W, 7-6

Yale (20-69-2) 11/16/1872 A L, 0-3 11/21/1874 A L, 1-5 12/5/1874 A L, 1-6 12/4/1875 A W, 3-2 12/9/1876 N L, 0-2 12/2/1879 A L, 0-2G,3T 11/10/1880 A L, 0-13G,3T 11/17/1881 H 6S-1GL 11/18/1882 A L, 0-11G,4T 11/17/1883 H L, 0-93 10/26/1889 H L, 0-62 10/28/1899 H W, 5-0 10/27/1900 H L, 5-12 10/26/1901 A L, 5-10 10/31/1903 A L, 0-25 10/29/1904 H L, 0-34 11/4/1905 H L, 0-53 10/6/1934 A W, 12-6 10/1/1938 A W, 27-14 10/7/1939 A L, 7-10 10/9/1943 H L, 7-20 10/14/1944 A L, 10-27 10/13/1945 H W, 27-13 10/12/1946 A W, 28-20 10/11/1947 H L, 7-17

Yale (Continued) 10/9/1948 10/8/1949 10/14/1950 10/13/1951 10/11/1952 10/10/1953 10/9/1954 10/8/1955 10/13/1956 10/12/1957 10/11/1958 10/10/1959 10/8/1960 10/14/1961 10/13/1962 10/12/1963 10/17/1964 10/16/1965 10/15/1966 10/21/1967 10/19/1968 10/18/1969 10/17/1970 10/16/1971 10/21/1972 10/20/1973 10/19/1974 10/18/1975 10/16/1976 10/15/1977 10/21/1978 10/20/1979 10/18/1980 10/17/1981 10/16/1982 10/15/1983 10/20/1984 10/19/1985 10/18/1986 10/17/1987 10/15/1988 10/21/1989 10/20/1990 10/26/1991 10/24/1992 10/23/1993 10/22/1994 10/21/1995 10/26/1996 10/25/1997 10/24/1998 10/23/1999 10/28/2000 10/27/2001 11/2/2002 11/1/2003 10/30/2004 10/29/2005 10/28/2006 10/27/2007 11/1/2008 10/31/2009 10/30/2010 10/29/2011 10/27/2012

A H A H A A H A H A H A A A H A A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H H

W, 34-28 L, 7-33 L, 14-20 W, 14-0 L, 28-35 L, 7-13 L, 7-13 L, 14-46 L, 19-33 L, 0-19 W, 13-0 L, 0-14 L, 8-30 W, 11-0 W, 14-10 L, 7-19 T, 9-9 W, 21-7 L, 21-44 L, 7-21 L, 7-28 L, 6-41 L, 15-32 W, 15-14 L, 14-28 L, 0-29 L, 2-42 L, 7-34 L, 6-37 L, 20-42 T, 3-3 L, 7-37 L, 10-30 L, 17-38 L, 10-36 W, 21-18 L, 21-28 L, 12-28 L, 0-47 L, 13-27 L, 10-24 L, 0-23 L, 7-31 L, 9-36 L, 0-23 L, 28-35 W, 30-9 W, 21-7 W, 13-10 W, 21-10 L, 14-37 L, 29-41 L, 0-41 W, 28-14 L, 7-35 L, 14-29 L, 14-21 L, 3-37 L, 3-21 L, 7-28 L, 12-27 L, 22-23 L, 28-31 L, 13-16 W, 26-22

ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS Coach (alma mater)

Years

G

W

L

T

Pct.

No official coach

1870-1898

79

21

49

9

.323

George F. Sanford (Yale)

1899-1901

35

23

11

1

.676

William F. Morley (Columbia)

1902-1905

40

26

11

3

.688

T. Nelson Metcalf (Oberlin)

1915-1917

19

8

9

2

.474

Fred Dawson (Princeton)

1918-1919

15

7

5

3

.567

Frank O’Neill (Williams-Syracuse)

1920-1922

25

11

14

0

.440

Percy D. Haughton (Harvard)

1923-1924

14

8

5

1

.615

1924

4

1

2

1

.333

Charles F. Crowley (Notre Dame)

1925-1929

46

26

16

4

.619

Lou Little (Pennsylvania)

1930-1956

236

110

116

10

.488

Aldo T. Donelli (Duquesne)

1957-1967

99

30

67

2

.309

Frank Navarro (Maryland)

1968-1973

54

16

36

2

.315

William V. Campbell (Columbia)

1974-1979

54

12

41

1

.231

Robert J. Naso (Rutgers)

1980-1984

49

4

43

2

.102

1985

10

0

10

0

.000

Larry McElreavy (New Hampshire)

1986-1988

30

2

28

0

.067

Ray Tellier (Connecticut)

1989-2002

140

42

96

2

.307

Bob Shoop (Yale)

2003-2005

30

7

23

0

.233

Norries Wilson (Minnesota)

2006-2011

60

17

43

0

.283

2012-Present

10

3

7

0

.300

141 years

1046

371

632

43

.375

Paul Withington (Harvard)

James W. Garrett (Utah State)

Pete Mangurian (LSU) TOTALS

Notes * From 1906 to 1914, football was abolished. * Haughton died during the 1924 season and Withington coached the team for the remainder of the year.

Lou Little

William Morley, Class of 1902

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CAREER RECORDS Rushing Yards 1. Johnathan Reese (1998-01) 2. Lou Kusserow (1945-48) 3. Doug Jackson (1973-75) 4. Jordan Davis (2005-08) 5. Greg Abbruzzese (1988, '90-91) 7. Marcorus Garrett (2010-Pres.) Rushing Touchdowns 1. Lou Kusserow (1945-48) 2. Johnathan Reese (1998-01) 3. Marcellus Wiley (1993-96) 4. Eugene Rossides (1945-48) 5. Archie Roberts (1962-64) Vent Yablonski (1946-47)

41 32 18 17 16 16

Pass Completions 1. John Witkowski (1981-83) 2 Craig Hormann (2004-07) 3. Sean Brackett (2009-12) 4. Jeff Otis (2002-04) 5. Jeff McCall (1998-01)

613 568 531 429 375

Passing Yardage 1. John Witkowski (1981-83) 2. Sean Brackett (2009-12) 3. Craig Hormann (2004-07) 4. Jeff Otis (2002-04) 5. Marty Domres (1966-68)

7,849 6,237 6,201 4,666 4,492

Touchdown Passes 1. John Witkowski (1981-83) 2. Sean Brackett (2009-12) 3. Jeff McCall (1998-01) 4. Eugene Rossides (1945-48) Archie Roberts (1962-64)

84

3,321 1,992 1,528 1,485 1,447 1,252

56 46 31 29 29

Total Offense 1. John Witkowski (1981-83) 2. Sean Brackett (2009-12) 3. Craig Hormann (2204-07) 4. Marty Domres (1966-68) 5. Jeff Otis (2002-04)

7,748 7,470 5,945 5,345 4,787

Pass Receptions 1. Austin Knowlin (2006-09) 2. Don Lewis (1981-83) 3. Bill Reggio (1981-83) 4. Travis Chmelka (2000-03) 5. Mike Sardo (1990-92)

210 176 170 152 124

Receiving Yards 1. Austin Knowlin (2006-09) 2. Bill Reggio (1981-83) 3. Don Lewis (1981-83) 4. Travis Chmelka (2000-03) 5. Dan Upperco (1993-96)

2,484 2,384 2,207 1,560 1,529

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Touchdown Receptions 1. Bill Reggio (1981-83) 2. Austin Knowlin (2006-09) 3. Dan Upperco (1982-84) 4. Andrew Kennedy (2008-10) 5. David Ramirez (1993-96)

26 23 16 15 13

Scoring 1. Lou Kusserow (1945-48) 2. Johnathan Reese (1998-01) 3. Ralph Hewitt (1929-31) 4. Walter Koppich (1921-24) 5. Cliff Montgomery (1931-33)

282 212 194 192 177

Touchdowns 1. Lou Kusserow (1945-48) 2. Johnathan Reese (1998-01) 3. Ralph Hewitt (1929-31) Cliff Montgomery (1931-33) 5. Bill Reggio (1981-83) Austin Knowlin (2006-09)

47 36 28 28 27 27

Points After Touchdown 1. Luke Eddy (2010-Pres.) 2. Jon Rocholl (2005-08) 3. Nick Rudd (2001-04) 4. Bob McKeon (1975-77) 5. Al Ward (1950-52)

65 63 52 51 50

Field Goals 1. Jon Rocholl (2005-08) 2. Nick Rudd (2001-04) Luke Eddy (2010-Pres.) 4. Miro Lovric (1980-82) Tom Boccafola (1989-91)

38 21 21 20 20

Tackles 1. Des Werthman (1989-92) 2. Rory Wilfork (1993-96) 3. Alex Gross (2007-10) 4. Vince Pelini (1979-81) 5. Tad Crawford (2004-06)

449 387 331 315 306

Sacks 1. 2. 3.

17.0 16.0 12.0 12.0 12.0 12.0

Lou Miller (2006-09) Josh Martin (2010-12) Mario Biaggi (1977-79) Rashaan Curry (1995-98) Ryan Murphy (2010-12) Mike Jennings (1994-96)

Interceptions 1. Lou Kusserow (1945-48) Philip Murray (1999-2002) 3. Mike Brown (1977-79) 4. Chris Tillotson (1995-98) 5. Andy Shalbrack (2006-09)

16 16 15 14 12

CAREER RECORDS Miscellaneous Career Records Rushing Attempts 725............................................Johnathan Reese (1998-01) Yards Per Rush (Minimum 175 attempts) 6.2.............................. Howard Hansen, 193-1203 (1949-51) Yards Per Catch (Minimum 40 receptions) 18.6........................................Bill Swiacki, 49-909 (1946-47) Passing Attempts 1,176............................................ John Witkowski (1981-83) Completion Pct. (Minimum 200 attempts) .591 (313-530)............................... Archie Roberts (1962-64)

Lou Kusserow ‘49 scores one of his 47 career touchdowns.

Scoring by Kicking 177..................................................... Jon Rocholl (2005-08)

Interception Return Yardage 245................................................ Chris Tillotson (1995-98)

Points After Touchdown Attempted 71...............................................Luke Eddy (2010-Present)

Interception Return Touchdowns 2........................................................................... Five Times

Punts 233.................................................. Ryan Kiernan (1997-00)

Punt Return Touchdowns 2.................................................... Austin Knowlin (2006-09) 2.......................................................... Roy Hanks (1994-97)

Yards Per Punt (Min. 60 att.) 39.0.................................................... Jon Rocholl (2005-08) Punt Returns 72........................................................ Roy Hanks (1994-97) Punt Return Yardage 713............................................Eugene Rossides (1946-48) Kickoff Returns 95.......................................................Terry Brown (1987-89) Kickoff Return Yardage 1,977..................................................Terry Brown (1987-89)

Johnathan Reese ‘02

Kick Return Touchdowns 1............................................................................. Six Times Forced Fumbles 13.....................................................Tim Coleman (1980-82) Fumble Recoveries 9.......................................................... Roy Hanks (1994-97) Blocked Kicks 6...................................................... Mark Calveric (1991-93)

Rory Wilfork ‘97

Austin Knowlin ‘10

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SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS Rushing Yards 1. Johnathan Reese (2000) 2 Johnathan Reese (2001) 3. Marcorus Garrett (2012) 4. Doug Jackson (1975) 5. Ayo Oluwole (2003)

1,330 967 957 914 903

Rushing Touchdowns 1. Johnathan Reese (2000) 2. Louis Kusserow (1945) Louis Kusserow (1948) 4. John Harper (1995) 5. Vent Yablonski (1947) Doug Jackson (1975) Tom Haggerty (1961) Des Werthman (1992)

19 15 15 11 10 10 10 10

Pass Completions 1. John Witkowski (1982) 2. John Witkowski (1983) 3. Jeff Otis (2003) 4. Craig Hormann (2007) 5. Steve Hunsberger (2002)

250 234 227 215 212

Completion Percentage (Minimum 75 attempts) 1. Archie Roberts (1963) .616 (101-164) 2. Jeff Otis (2002) .610 (227-164) 3. Archie Roberts (1962) .600 (102-170) 4. Jeff McCall (2001) .587 (165-281) 5. Steve Hunsberger (2002) .582 (181-311) Passing Yardage 1. John Witkowski (1983) 2. John Witkowski (1982) 3. Jeff Otis (2003) 4. Craig Hormann (2007) 5. Bruce Mayhew (1990) Touchdown Passes 1. John Witkowski (1982) 2. John Witkowski (1983) 3. Paul Governali (1942) Sean Brackett (2010) 5. Jeff Otis (2003) Total Offense 1. John Witkowski (1983) 2. John Witkowski (1982) 3. Jeff Otis (2003) 4. Sean Brackett (2010) 5. Marty Domres (1968)

86

3,152 3,050 2,552 2,505 2,234 29 23 19 19 17 3,167 2,939 2,675 2,588 2,404

Pass Receptions 1. Don Lewis (1982) 2. Austin Knowlin (2007) 3. Bill Reggio (1983) 4. Bill Reggio (1982) 5. Don Lewis (1983)

84 74 71 70 69

Receiving Yards 1. Don Lewis (1982) 2. Austin Knowlin (2007) 3. Bill Reggio (1982) 4. Bill Reggio (1983) 5. Don Lewis (1983)

1,000 988 987 958 888

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Touchdown Receptions 1. Bill Reggio (1982) 2. Austin Knowlin (2007) 3. Andrew Kennedy (2010) Wade Fletcher (2003) Bill Reggio (1983) Dan Upperco (1983) Scoring 1. Johnathan Reese (2000) 2. Lou Kusserow (1948) 3. Lou Kusserow (1945) 4. Bill Reggio (1982) 5. Walter Koppich (1924) Des Werthman (1992) Touchdowns 1. Johnathan Reese (2000) 2. Louis Kusserow (1948) 3. Louis Kusserow (1945) 4. Bill Reggio (1982) 5. John Harper (1995) Des Werthman (1992) Austin Knowlin (2007)

14 10 9 9 9 9 114 108 90 86 72 72 19 18 15 14 11 11 11

Points After Touchdown 1. Luke Eddy (2010) 2. Luke Eddy (2011) Joe Aldrich (1994) 4. Charles Klemovich (1948) 5. Larry Walsh (1983) Sam Warren (2001)

27 25 25 23 22 22

Field Goals 1. Matt Linit (1996) Luke Eddy (2012) 3. Joe Aldrich (1994) Miro Lovric (1981) Jon Rocholl (2005) Nick Rudd (2003)

13 13 11 11 11 11

Tackles 1. Des Werthman (1991) 2. Des Werthman (1992) 3. Rory Wilfork (1995) 4. Vince Pelini (1981) 5. Rory Wilfork (1994)

184 158 141 133 127

Sacks 1. 3. 5.

8.0 8.0 7.0 7.0 6.5 6.5 6.5

Lou Miller (2008) Lou Miller (2009) Tony McGill (1998) Darren Schmidt (2006) Marcellus Wiley (1996) Rashaan Cury (1998) Josh Martin (2012)

Interceptions 1. Robbie Wroe (1969) Bill Olson (1948) 3. Philip Murray (2000) Chris Tillotson (1997) Jim Hudnall (1994) Lou Kusserow (1945)

8 8 7 7 7 7

SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS Miscellaneous Single-Season Records Rushing Attempts 263............................................... Johnathan Reese (2000) Rushing Yards Per Attempt (Minimum 75 attempts) 5.9.......................................Lou Kusserow, 130-766 (1948) Yards Per Catch (Minimum 15 receptions) 23.6........................................... Bill Swiacki, 18-392 (1946) Passing Attempts 453...................................................John Witkowski (1982)

John Witkowski ‘84

Points by Kicking 58 ...........................................................Joe Aldrich (1994) Points After Touchdown Attempted 29........................................................... Luke Eddy (2011) Consecutive Made PATs 26.......................................................... Luke Eddy (2010) Consecutive Field Goals Made 7..................................... Jon Rocholl (2005-single-season) 7........................... Matt Pollard (1988-89-multiple seasons) Punts 76............................Ryan Kiernan (1997), Matt Linit (1996) Average per Punt (Minimum 20 attempts) 41.6.................................................... Ken Germann (1941) Des Werthman ‘93

Punt Returns 31............................................................Roy Hanks (1996) Punt Return Yardage 332............................................................ Bill Carey (1967) Punt Returns for Touchdown 2.........................Austin Knowlin (2008), Roy Hanks (1995) Kickoff Returns 39..............................................James Witherspoon (1982) Kickoff Return Yardage 821............................................. Prosper Nwokocha (2005) Kickoff Return Touchdowns 1........................................................................... Six Times Interception Return Yardage 156.....................................................Chris Tillotson (1997)

Jon Rocholl ‘09

Interception Return Touchdowns 2...................... Jared Morine (2009), Chris Tilotson (1997), Ed Backus (1976) Fumbles Forced 7.......................................................... Tim Coleman (1982) Fumbles Recovered 5.......................................................... Tim Coleman (1981) Blocked Kicks 4......................................................... Mark Calveric (1991) 2013 COLUMBIA FOOTBALL

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SINGLE-GAME RECORDS Rushing Attempts Yards Touchdowns

43, Norman Hayes (vs. Princeton, 1997) 236, Johnathan Reese (vs. Dartmouth, 2000) 4, Johnathan Reese (vs. Dartmouth, 2000) Sean Brackett (vs. Brown, 2011)

Yards Per Attempt 16.4, Bud Hunter, 7-115 (vs. Syracuse, 1944) (Minimum 7 attempts) Receiving Receptions 14, Bert Bondi (vs. Cornell, 1996) Yards 214, Bill Wazevich (vs. Princeton, 1967) Touchdowns 3, Dale Hopp (vs. Dartmouth, 1953) Bill Reggio (vs. Princeton, 1982) Bill Reggio (vs. Dartmouth, 1982) Andrew Kennedy (vs. Yale, 2010) Kurt Williams (vs. Cornell, 2011) Yards Per Catch 39.8, Jim O’Connor, 5-199 (vs. Princeton, 1966) (Minimum 5 receptions) Scoring Points 30, Eugene Rossides (vs. Cornell, 1945) Emmanuel Littauer (vs. St. Lawrence, 1915) Total Touchdowns 5, Eugene Rossides (vs. Cornell, 1945) Emmanuel Littauer (vs. St. Lawrence, 1915) Passing Attempts 64, John Witkowski (vs. Dartmouth, 1982) Completions 39, John Witkowski (vs. Dartmouth, 1982) Completion Pct. .857, Archie Roberts, 12-14, (vs. Lehigh, 1962) (Minimum 10 attempts) Yards 466, John Witkowski (vs. Dartmouth, 1982) Touchdown Passes 5, Paul Governali (vs. Ft. Monmouth, 1942) John Witkowski (vs. Dartmouth, 1982) Sean Brackett (vs. Princeton, 2010) Scoring by Kicking Points 13, Nick Rudd (2003) PAT’s Made 7, Michael Waln (vs. Dartmouth, 2000) John Kennedy (vs. Hobart, 1917) PAT’s Att. 9, Ventan Yablonski (vs. Syracuse, 1946) Field Goals Made 4, Nick Rudd (vs. Princeton, 2003) Howard Miller (vs. Wesleyan, 1915)

88

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Punting Punts 15, Otto Appel (vs. Brown, 1944) Average Distance 50.7, Ryan Kiernan (vs. Yale, 1998) (Minimum 5 attempts) 47.3, Jon Rocholl (vs. Yale, 2007) Kick Returns Punt Returns 9, Eugene Rossides (vs. Dartmouth, 1947) Punt Return Yardage 139, Roger Dennis (vs. Yale, 1965) Kickoff Returns 9, Terry Brown (vs. Bucknell, 1987) Kickoff Return Ydg. 220, Terry Brown (vs. Bucknell, 1987) Defensive Tackles

26, Des Werthman (vs. Penn, 1991)

Interceptions 4, Lou Kusserow (vs. Yale, 1945) Interception Return Ydg. 96, James Witherspoon (vs. Brown, 1981) Sacks

3, Josh Martin (vs. Cornell, 2012)

Longest Plays Passing 93 yards-John Witkowski to Mark Milam vs. Bucknell, 1983

Rushing: 93 yards-John Nork vs. Lafayette, 1946 93 yards-Jimmy Henderson vs. Yale, 1984 93 yards-J.R. Clearfield vs. Bucknell, 1989

Punt 77 yards-Bill Reed vs. Dartmouth, 1970

Interception Return 96 yards-James Witherspoon vs. Brown, 1981

Punt Return 91 yards-Travis Chmelka vs. Fordham, 2003

Kickoff Return 100 yards-Lou Kusserow vs. Dartmouth, 1948 Field Goal 53 yards-Ralph Hewitt vs. Cornell, 1930 (drop kick) 50 yards-Matt Pollard vs. Lehigh, 1988 (placement)

Miscellaneous Records Longest Winning Streak Eight games, 1903, 1933-34

Longest Losing Streak 44 games, 1983-88 Longest Unbeaten Streak 10 games, 1902-03, 1931-32 (nine victories, one tie)

SINGLE-GAME RECORDS TOP SINGLE-GAME PERFORMANCES Rushing Yards 1. Johnathan Reese 2. Jim O'Connor 3. Solomon Johnson 4. Archie Roberts 5. Johnathan Reese 6. Greg Abbruzzese 7. Jim O'Connor 8. Doug Jackson 9. George Georges 10. Marcorus Garrett

236 227 221 202 201 198 196 194 190 187

vs. Dartmouth, 10/21/00 vs. Brown, 11/19/66 vs. Lehigh, 9/28/91 vs. Penn, 11/4/64 vs. Lafayette, 10/7/00 vs. Brown, 11/19/88 vs. Williams, 9/23/67 vs. Penn, 11/15/75 vs. Brown, 11/25/72 vs. Cornell, 11/10/12

Passing Yards 1. John Witkowski 2. John Witkowski 3. Craig Hormann 4. Sean Brackett 5. John Witkowski 6. Marty Domres 7. John Witkowski 8. John Witkowski 9. Marty Domres 10. John Witkowski

466 423 417 409 406 396 378 376 373 368

vs. Dartmouth, 11/6/1982 vs. Bucknell, 10/22/1983 vs. Penn, 10/13/2007 vs. Cornell, 11/12/2011 vs. Bucknell, 10/23/1982 vs. Cornell, 11/2/1968 vs. Brown, 11/19/1983 vs. Princeton, 10/8/1983 vs. Princeton, 10/5/1968 vs. Harvard, 9/17/1983

Receiving Yards 1. Bill Wazevich 2. Terry Brown 3. Bill Reggio 4. Jim O’Connor 5. Kurt Williams 6. Austin Knowlin 7. Doug Peck 8. David Ramirez 9. Matt Less 10. Brandon Bowser

Chris Tillotson ‘99

214 207 201 199 191 188 186 181 180 179

vs. Princeton, 10/7/67 vs. Cornell, 11/12/88 vs. Bucknell, 10/22/83 vs. Princeton, 10/1/66 vs. Cornell, 11/12/11 vs. Penn, 10/13/07 vs. Yale, 10/27/01 vs. Lehigh, 10/14/95 vs. Penn, 10/7/89 vs. Penn, 10/15/05

Marcellus Wiley ‘97

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THE LAST TIME... TEAM Rushing Touchdowns in a game 3+ – November 19, 2011 vs. Brown (4) 4+ – November 19, 2011 vs. Brown

400+ yards total offense in a game Sean Brackett, November 12, 2011 vs. Cornell (425)

Touchdown Passes in a game 2+ – November 10, 2012 vs. Cornell (4) 3+ – November 10, 2012 vs. Cornell (4) 4+ – November 10, 2012 vs. Cornell 5+ – October 2, 2010 vs. Princeton

100+ yards receiving in a game Connor Nelligan, October 27, 2012 vs. Yale (136)

First Downs in a game 20+ – November 10, 2012 vs. Cornell (20) 25+ – October 27, 2012 vs. Yale (27) 30+ - October 11, 1975 vs. Harvard (30)

Scored two or more rushing touchdowns in a game Sean Brackett, November 19, 2011 vs. Brown(4)

Rushed for in a game 200+ yards – October 9, 2010 vs. Lafayette (239) 300+ yards – November 19, 1988 vs. Brown (444) 400+ yards – November 19, 1988 vs. Brown (444) Passed for in a game 200+ yards – October 27, 2012 vs. Yale (369) 300+ yards - October 27, 2012 vs. Yale (369) 400+ yards – November 12, 2011 vs. Cornell (409) Total Offense in a game 400+ yards – October 27, 2012 vs. Yale (429) 500+ yards – October 2, 2010 vs. Princeton (528) 600+ yards – October 11, 2003 at Lafayette (603) Scored 40+ points – November 12, 2011 vs. Cornell (41) 50+ points – September 30, 1961 at Brown (50)

150+ yards receiving in a game Kurt Williams, November 12, 2011 vs. Cornell (191)

Scored three or more rushing touchdowns in a game Sean Brackett, November 19, 2011 vs. Brown (4) Scored four or more touchdowns rushing in a game Sean Brackett, November 19, 2011 vs. Brown (4) Scored two or more touchdowns receiving in a game Chris Connors, November 10, 2012 vs. Cornell Scored three or more touchdowns receiving in a game Kurt Williams, November 12, 2011 vs. Cornell Made three or more field goals in a game Jon Rocholl, November 17, 2007 vs. Brown Made four or more field goals in a game Nick Rudd, October 4, 2003 at Princeton Kicked 50-yard or longer field goal in a game Matt Pollard, October 29, 1988 vs. Lehigh

Shut a team out October 3, 2009 at Princeton (38-0)

Kicked five or more PATS in a game Luke Eddy, October 9, 2010 vs. Lafayette (6)

Safety October 27, 2012 vs. Yale

Kicked seven PATS in a game Michael Waln, October 21, 2000 vs. Dartmouth (7)

Individual

Intercepted two or more passes in a game Adam Mehrer, November 21, 2009 vs. Brown

100+ yards rushing in a game Marcorus Garrett, November 10, 2012 vs. Cornell (187) 150+ yards rushing in a game Marcorus Garrett, November 10, 2012 vs. Cornell (187) 200+ yards rushing in a game Johnathan Reese, October 7, 2000 at Lafayette (201) 200+ yards passing in a game Sean Brackett, October 27, 2012 vs. Yale (328) 300+ yards passing in a game Sean Brackett, October 27, 2012 vs. Yale (328) 400+ yards passing in a game Sean Brackett, November 12, 2011 vs. Cornell (409)

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Intercepted three or more passes in a game Philip Murray, November 4, 2000 at Harvard Kickoff Return for a touchdown Prosper Nwokocha, September 17, 2005 at Fordham (94 yds.) Punt Return for a touchdown Austin Knowlin, November 15, 2008 vs. Cornell (76 yds.) Fumble Recovery for a touchdown Eugene Edwards vs. Brown, 2007 (69 yards) Interception Return for TD Zach Olinger, October 6, 2012 at Lehigh (14 yards) Blocked Kick for TD Ryan Mettee vs. Fordham, 2004 (8 yards)

TEAM RECORDS POINTS Most Against All Opponents Most Against Ivy Opponents Fewest Against All Opponents Fewest Against Ivy Opponents Most by Opponent Fewest by Opponent FIRST DOWNS Most Fewest Most by Opponent Fewest by Opponent RUSHING Most Attempts Fewest Attempts Most Attempts by Opponent Fewest Attempts by Opponent Most Yards Fewest Yards Most Yards by Opponent Fewest Yards by Opponent Passing Most Attempts Fewest Attempts Most Attempts by Opponent Fewest Attempts by Opponent Most Completions Fewest Completions Most Completions by Opponent Fewest Completions by Opponent Best Completion Percentage Worst Completion Percentage Best Opponent Completion Percentage Worst Opponent Completion Percentage Most Yards Fewest Yards Most Yards by Opponent Fewest Yards by Opponent Most Touchdowns TOTAL OFFENSE Most Attempts Fewest Attempts Most Attempts by Opponent Fewest Attempts by Opponent Most Yards Fewest Yards Most Yards by Opponent Fewest Yards by Opponent PUNTING Most Punts Fewest Punts Best Average Worst Average

Game No. 70 50 0 0 93 0 No. 30 2 2 33 33 4 No. 84 13 80 19 444 -80 553 -30 No. 64 4 59 59 2 37 1 1 37 0 0 .909 .059 .857 .077 466 -1 437 0 5 5 No. 106 34 103 45 547 -45 667 75 No. 16 1 50.7 16.7

Opponent (Year) Hobart (1917) Brown (1961) 179 times 141 times since 1900 Yale (1883) 133 times since 1900 Opponent (Year) Harvard (1975) Princeton (1957) Dartmouth (1959) Princeton (1957) Penn (2001) Colgate (1944) Opponent (Year) Penn (1966) Princeton (2006) Princeton (1979) Lehigh (1998) Brown (1988) Navy (1943) Navy (1943) Lehigh (1998) Opponent (Year) Dartmouth (1982) Lafayette (1946) Cornell (1992) Princeton (2002) Penn (1978) Dartmouth (1982) Dartmouth (1953) Holy Cross (1959) Cornell (1992) Yale (1954) Cornell (1965) Hobart (1950) 10-11 Holy Cross (1959) 1-17 Lafayette (2004) 12-14 Brown (1969) Dartmouth (1982) Rutgers (1975) Penn (1999) Yale (1954) Dartmouth (1982) Princeton (2010) Opponent (Year) Harvard (1975) Rutgers (1954) Brown (1973) Lafayette (1945) Dartmouth (1982) Holy Cross (1959) Colgate (1977) Lafayette (1946) Opponent (Year) Navy (1943) Penn (1964) Yale (1998) Brown (1988)

Season No. Games (Year) 288 10 games (1925) 214 7 games (1961) 13 8 games (1916) 35 9 games (1958) 390 10 games (1982) 26 9 games (1931) No. Games (Year) 223 10 games (1983) 64 8 games (1966) 245 10 games (1983) 72 8 games (1939) No. Games (Year) 495 10 games (1988) 244 10 games (2007) 609 10 games (1981) 342 8 games (1941) 2256 9 games (1931) 464 10 games (2005) 3180 10 games (1982) 962 10 games (1998) No. Games (Year) 457 10 games (1982) 79 8 games (1939) 374 10 games (2000) 78 8 games (1943) 251 10 games (1982) 26 8 games (1939) 232 10 games (2000) 33 8 games (1943) .602 9 games (1962) .329 8 games (1939) .678 10 games (2011) .352 9 games (1938) 3182 10 games (1983) 293 8 games (1938) 2734 10 games (1999) 406 8 games (1943) 29 10 games (1982) No. Games (Year) 770 10 games (1996) 415 8 games (1949) 792 10 games (1989) 445 8 games (1941) 4080 10 games (1983) 1323 8 games (1939) 4820 10 games (1982) 1738 8 games (1939) No. Games (Year) 97 9 games (1940) 42 10 games (2001) 41.3 10 games (2007) 29.7 10 games (1992)

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ALL-TIME AWARDS/HONORS National Awards Maxwell Award (Player of the Year) 1942 Paul Governali 1943 National Coach of the Year 1996 Ray Tellier National Football Foundation/College Hall of Fame Scholar-Athlete 2004 Michael Quarshie ‘05 2010 Alex Gross ‘11 NCAA’s 100 Most Influential Student-Athletes William V. Campbell 1962 Robert Kraft 1963 Theodore Roosevelt Award 2006 Robert Kraft 1963 National Football Foundation Hall of Fame Paul Governali 1943 Percy D. Haugton (Coach, 1923-24) Walter Koppisch 1925 Lou Little (Coach, 1930-56) Sid Luckman 1939 Cliff Montgomery 1934 William Morley 1902 Frank O’Neill (Coach, 1920-22) George F. Sanford (Coach, 1899-1901) Bill Swiacki 1948 Harold Weekes 1903 Walter Camp All-America 1899 Charles Wright 1902 (second team) Harold Weekes 1903 (third team) 1900 William Morley 1902 Harold Weekes 1903 (second team) Charles Wright 1902 (second team) Henry van Hoevenberg 1902 (third team) 1901 Harold Weekes 1903 William Morley 1902 (third team) 1903 Richard W. Smith 1904 Tom Thorp 1905 (second team) Edward Bruce 1904 (third team) 1904 Tom Thorp 1905 (second team) 1905 Philip Von Saltza 1906 (second team) 1918 Chester Robb 1919 (second team) 1923 Walter Koppisch 1925 (third team) 1924 Walter Koppisch 1925 2004 Wade Fletcher ‘05 2010 Andrew Kennedy ‘11 Associated Press All-America 1933 Joe Ferrara 1935 Cliff Montgomery 1934 1938 Sid Luckman 1939 1942 Paul Governali 1943

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1947 1948 1951 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982

Robert Kraft ‘63

Bill Swiacki 1948 Lou Kusserow 1949 Gerald Audette 1952 (honorable mention) Vernon Wynott 1952 (honorable mention) Marty Domres 1969 (honorable mention) Mike Pyszczymucha 1971 (honorable mention) Mike Pyszczymucha 1971 (third team) Paul Kaliades 1973 (third team) Mike Evans 1974 (honorable mention) Don Jackson 1973 (honorable mention) Ted Gregory 1974 (honorable mention) Paul Kaliadeds 1973 (honorable mention) George Georges 1974 (honorable mention) Ted Gregory 1974 (honorable mention) Mike Telep 1975 (honorable mention) Barry Sorrels 1975 (honorable mention) Doug Jackson 1976 (honorable mention) Ed Backus 1977 (honorable mention) John Garland 1977 (honorable mention) Artie Pulsinelli 1979 (honorable mention) Eric Blattman 1980 (honorable mention) Victor Kaminski 1989 (honorable mention) Mike Brown 1980 (honorable mention) Sean Cannon 1981 (honorable mention) Sean Cannon 1981 (honorable mention) Steve Monteith 1982 (honorable mention) Vince Pelini 1982 (honorable mention) Don Lewis 1984 (honorable mention)

ALL-TIME AWARDS/HONORS 1983 1984 1987 1989 1990 1991 1992 1994 1996 2000 2004 2007 2008 2010 2011

Bill Reggio 1984 (honorable mention) John Witkowski 1984 (honorable mention) Don Lewis 1984 (third team) John Witkowski 1984 (third team) Dan Upperco 1985 (honorable mention) Len Genova 1985 (honorable mention) Dan Upperco 1985 (honorable mention) Matt Sodl 1988 (honorable mention) Bart Barnett 1990 (honorable mention) Matt Less 1990 (honorable mention) Gary Comstock 1991 (honorable mention) Bruce Mayhew 1991 (honorable mention) Gary Snyder 1991 (honorable mention) Tom Boccafola 1992 (honorable mention) Des Werthman 1993 (honorable mention) Des Werthman 1993 (honorable mention) Brian Bassett 1995 (third team) Marcellus Wiley 1997 (third team) Jonathan Reese ’02 (honorable mention) Wade Fletcher ’05 (third team) Austin Knowlin ’10 (honorable mention) Austin Knowlin ’10 (honorable mention) Andrew Kennedy ’11 Jeff Adams ’12 (honorable mention)

2000 2004 2010

Rory Wilfork ’97 Matt Linit ’99 (2nd team) Johnathan Reese ’02 (2nd team) Wade Fletcher ‘05 (hm) Andrew Kennedy '11 (1st team)

ECAC Player of the Year 1964 Archie Roberts ’65 (tie with Princeton’s Cosmo Iacavazzi) ECAC All-East 1957 Coy Gobble ’59 (hm) Dick Donelli ’59 (hm) Harvey Brookins ’60 (hm) 1961 Russ Warren ’62 1962 Tony Day ’63 1963 Archie Roberts ’65 1964 Archie Roberts ’65 1970 Mike Pyszczymucha ’71 1971 Mike Evans ’74 Paul Kaliades ’73 1972 Mike Evans ’74 Paul Kaliades ’73 1973 Mike Evans ’74 George Georges ’74 1975 Doug Jackson ’76 1976 Ed Backus ’77 1982 Don Lewis ’84 John Witkowski ’84 (hm) 1983 Don Lewis ’84 John Witkowski ’84 1991 Tom Boccafola ’92 Des Werthman ’93 1992 Des Werthman ’93 1994 Brian Bassett ’95 1995 Rory Wilfork ’97 Roy Hanks ’98 (2nd team) 1996 Marcellus Wiley ’97

Ted Gregory ‘74

Mike Evans ‘74 blocks a pass.

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ALL-TIME AWARDS/HONORS Bushnell Cup: Ivy League Player of the Year 1975 1982

Doug Jackson ’76 John Witkowski ’84

Ivy League Rookie of the Year

John Witkowski ’84 1955 Claude Benham ’57 Fred Bucci ’56 1956 Claude Benham ’57 1959 Bob Federspiel ’61 Bob Asack ’62 (2nd team) 1960 Bob Asack ’62 Bob Federspiel ’61(2nd team) Tony Radano ‘61 (2nd team) 1961 Bob Asack ’62 Lee Black ’62 Tony Day ’63 Tom Haggerty ’62 Russ Warren ’62 Dick Hassan ’62 (2nd team) 1962 Archie Roberts ’65 Tony Day ’63 (2nd team) 1963 Archie Roberts ’65 John Strauch ’65 (2nd team) 1964 Archie Roberts ’65 John Strauch ’65 (2nd team) 1965 Richard Flory ’66 (2nd team) 1968 Marty Domres ’69 1969 Robbie Wroe ’71 (2nd team) 1970 Charles Johnson ’72 Jesse Parks ’73 Mike Pyszczymucha ’71 Mike Shane ’71 (2nd team) Paul Kaliades ’73 (2nd team) 1971 Mike Evans ’74 Don Jackson ’73 Paul Kaliades’73 Jesse Parks ’73 (2nd team) Charles Johnson ’72 (2nd team) 1972 Ted Gregory ’74 Paul Kaliades’73 Ed Dunn ’73 (2nd team) Jesse Parks ’73 (2nd team) Pat Sharkey ’73 (2nd team) 1973 George Georges ’74 Ted Gregory ’74 Mike Telep ’75 Mike Evans ’74 (2nd team) Steve Noble ’75 (2nd team) Dwight Valentine ’75 (2nd team) 1974 Barry Sorrels ’75 1975 Doug Jackson ’76 Ed Backus ’77 (2nd team) Tom Masso ’77 (2nd team) Tim Towler ’77 (2nd team) 1976 Ed Backus ’77 John Garland ’77 Chip Hillenbrand ’77 (2nd team) 1977 Artie Pulsinelli ’79 Bruce Stephens ’78 (2nd team) 1978 Eric Blattman ’80 Victor Kaminski ’80 Artie Pulsinelli ’79 (2nd team) 1979 Mike Brown ’80 Sean Cannon ’81 Rico Josephs ’81 (2nd team) 1980 Sean Cannon ’81 Joe Cabrera ’82 (2nd team) Sean D’Arcy ’81 (2nd team)

Doug Jackson ’76 1981 Steve Monteith ’82 Vince Pelini ’82 Miro Lovric ’83 (2nd team) Mike Scavina ’83 (2nd team) 1982 Don Lewis ’84 Bill Reggio ’84 John Witkowski ’84 Chris Jenkins ’83 (2nd team) Miro Lovric ’83 (2nd team) James Witherspoon ’83 (2nd team) 1983 Don Lewis ’84 Dan Upperco ’85 John Witkowski ’84 Winslow Cervantes ’86 (2nd team) 1984 Len Genova ’85 Dan Upperco ’85 1985 Rick Cavalli ’86 (2nd team) Mark Milam ’86 (2nd team) 1987 Matt Sodl ’88 Paul Childers ’89 (2nd team) Matt Pollard ’90 (2nd team) 1988 Terry Brown ’89 (2nd team) Paul Childers ’89 (2nd team) Bob Paschall ’90 (2nd team) 1989 Bart Barnett ’90 Matt Less ’90 Bob Paschall ’90 (2nd team) Galen Snyder ’91 (2nd team) 1990 Gary Comstock ’91 Bruce Mayhew ’91 Galen Snyder ’91 1991 Tom Boccafola ’92 Des Werthman ’93 Chuck Dimitroff ‘92 (2nd team) Brad Hutton ‘92 (2nd team) Bob Kent ‘92 (2nd team) 1992 Sean Nichols ’94 Des Werthman ’93 1993 Sean Nichols ’94 Mark Calveric ’94 (2nd team) 1994 Brian Bassett ’95 Eric Keck ’96 Tony Petras ’95 Jamie Schwalbe ’95 Craig Valentine ’96 Marcellus Wiley ’96 Rory Wilfork ’97 Joe Aldrich ’96 (2nd team) Jim Hudnall ’95 (2nd team) 1995 Craig Valentine ’96 Rory Wilfork ’97 John Harper ’96 (2nd team) Ralph Hudson ’96 (2nd team) Eric Keck ’96 (2nd team) Randy Murff ’97 (2nd team) 1996 Roy Hanks ’98 Marcellus Wiley ’97 Rory Wilfork ’97 Mike Jennings ’97 (2nd team) Matt Linit ’99 (2nd team) Austin Milliken ’97 (2nd team) Randy Murff ’97 (2nd team)

1988 1998 2006 2007

1997 Bert Bondi ’99 Roy Hanks ’98 Jay DuPertuis ’98 (2nd team) Jeremy Taylor ’99 (2nd team) 1998 Rashaan Curry ’99 Kirby Mack ’00 Paul Roland ’99 Chris Tillotson ’99 Jason Bivens ’00 (2nd team) Dave Curtis ’99 (2nd team) Kevin Wright ’00 (2nd team) 1999 Jason Bivens ’00 (2nd team) Matt Radley ’00 (2nd team) 2000 Kirby Mack ’01 Philip Murray ’03 Johnathan Reese ’02 Joe Cook ’01 (2nd team) Brian Gordon ’01 (2nd team) Avery Moseley ’01 (2nd team) Matt Stary ’01 (2nd team) 2001 Johnathan Reese ‘02 (2nd team) Matt Himelstein’02 (2nd team) Philip Murray ‘03 (2nd team) 2002 Philip Murray ‘03 Pat Girardi ‘ 03 (2nd team) Nick Rudd ‘05 (2nd team) 2003 Nick Rudd '05 Steven Cargile '04 (2nd team) Kevin Coco '05 (2nd team) Wade Fletcher '05 (2nd team) Ayo Oluwole '05 (2nd team) Michael Quarshie '05 (2nd team) 2004 Wade Fletcher ‘05 Michael Quarshie ‘05 Rashad Biggers ‘05 (2nd team) Kevin Coco ‘05 (2nd team) 2005 Brandon Bowser ’06 (2nd team) Tad Crawford ’07 (2nd team) Prosper Nwokocha ’06 (2nd team) 2006 Matt Barsamian ’07 Tad Crawford ’07 Adam Brekke ’07 (2nd team) Craig Hormann ’08 (2nd team) 2007 Austin Knowlin ‘10 Jon Rocholl ‘09 (2nd team) 2008 Alex Gross ‘11 Lou Miller ‘10 Mike Brune ‘09 (2nd team) Austin Knowlin ‘10 (2nd team) Drew Quinn ‘09 (2nd team) Jon Rocholl ‘09 (2nd team) 2009 Lou Miller ’10 Austin Knowlin ’10 Jeff Adams ’12 Adam Mehrer ‘11 (2nd team) Andrew Kennedy ’11 (2nd team) 2010 Jeff Adams ’12 Sean Brackett ’13 Alex Gross ’11 Andrew Kennedy ’11 Calvin Otis ’11 Josh Martin ’13 (2nd team)

Note: Based on vote of head coaches. Players were first team unless otherwise noted.

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Solomon Johnson ’92 Johnathan Reese ’02 Austin Knowlin ’10 Alex Gross ‘11

2011 Jeff Adams ‘12 Josh Martin ‘13 (2nd team) 2012 Marcorus Garrett ‘14 Josh Martin ‘13 Zach Olinger ’14 (2nd team) Mike Waller ’13 (honorable mention)

Gene Rossides ‘49

Lou Miller ‘10

Archie Roberts ‘65

ALL-TIME AWARDS/HONORS The David W. Smyth Football Cup

Awarded annually to the outstanding player on the varsity football team. Qualifications include such intangibles as spirit, leadership, sportsmanship, and loyalty. 1950 - Donald K. McLean ’51 1951 - Vernon Wynott ’52 1952 - Robert C. McCullough ’53 1953 - Dale E. Hopp ’54 1954 - Neil Opdyke ’55 1955 - Manfredo M. Bucci ’56 1956 - Claude Benham ’57 1957 - Bradley Howard ’58 1958 - Richard Donelli ’59 1959 - Harvey Brookins ’60 1960 - Don Savini ’61 1961 - Russell F. Warren ’62 1962 - Allison F. Butts ’64 1963 - Arthur J. Roberts ’65 1964 - Arthur J. Roberts ’65 1965 - Roger Dennis ’66 1966 - Leo R. Makohen ’67 1967 - Donald Hubert ’68 1968 - Martin F. Domres ’69 1969 - Richard H. Alexander ’70 1970 - Michael Pyszczymucha’71 1971 - John A. Sefcik ’72 1972 - Terrence E. Smith ’73 1973 - Michael Evans ’74 1974 - Barry J. Sorrels ’75

Josh Martin ‘13

1975 - Douglas A. Jackson ’76 1976 - Edward F. Backus ’77 1977 - Bruce A. Stephens ’78 1978 - Victor V. Kaminski ’79 1979 - Michael C. Brown ’80 1980 - Sean F. D’Arcy ’81 1981 - Vincent Pelini ’82 1982 - John J. Witkowski ’84 1983 - John J. Witkowski ’84 1984 - Daniel L. Upperco ’85

1985 - Henry T. Santos ’86 1986 - Ronald T. Suber ’87 1987 - Matt Sodl ’88 1988 - Mark Zielinski ’89 1989 - Matthew Less ’90 1990 - Bruce Mayhew ’91 Galen Snyder’91 1991 - Desmond Werthman ’93 1992 - Desmond Werthman ’93 1993 - Sean Nichols ’94

1994 - Brian Bassett ’95 1995 - Mike Cavanaugh ’96 1996 - Marcellus Wiley ’97 Rory Wilfork ’97 1997 - Christopher Tillotson ’99 1998 - Rashaan Curry ’99 Paul Roland ’99 1999 - Jason Bivens ’00 Armand Dawkins ’00 2000 - Johnathan Reese ’02 2001 - Johnathan Reese ‘02 2002 - Philip Murray ‘03 2003 - Jeff Otis '05 2004 - Michael Quarshie ‘05 2005 - Jon Rocholl ’09 2006 - Adam Brekke ’07 2007 - Austin Knowlin ‘10 2008 - Austin Knowlin ‘10 Alex Gross ‘11 2009 - Alex Gross ‘ 11 2010 - Bob Hauschildt ‘12 2011 - Sean Brackett ‘13 2012 - Josh Martin ‘13

Class of 1913 Football Cup

Awarded annually to the member of the football squad who achieves the best scholastic average. 1916 - Lech W. Zychlinski ’18 1917 - Charles Farer ’18 1919 - James H. Hinch ’22 1920 - James H. Hinch ’22 1921 - Carl R. Moszozenski ’22 1922 - F. Kessler Scovil ’23 1923 - Stephen G. Schimititsch ’26 1924 - Martin E. Raphail ’26 1925 - Myron F. Sesit ’27 1926 - Paul Robert Shaw ’25 ’27L 1927 - James L. Campbell ’30 1928 - James L. Campbell ’30 1929 - Edwin A. Hill ’30 1930 - J. Jay Hodupp, Jr. ’32 1931 - J. Jay Hodupp, Jr. ’32 1932 - Robert Wuerz ’34 1933 - Michael Demshar ’35E 1934 - Robert Wuerz ’34 1935 - Richard J. Foster ’37 1936 - Habeeb Z. Maroon ’38 1937 - Vincent F. Gutendorf ’40 1938 - Robert M. Taylor ’40 1939 - Vincent Gutendorf ’40 1940 - August De Augustinis ’41 1941 - R. Stewart Mcllvennan ’42 1942 - Jack E. Oliver ’45 1943 - Robert G. Sandercock ’43 1944 - James M. Grant ’47 1945 - Stanley S. Smith ’46E 1946 - Edmond C. Politi ’47E 1947 - David McConnell ’49 1948 - Donald Hawkins ’49 1949 - Ralph P. White ’51E 1950 - Mitchell Price ’53

Andrew Heinrich ‘13

1951 - Mitchell Price ’53 1952 - David A. Nass ’53 1953 - Alfred L. Ginepra, Jr. ’55 1954 - Alfred L. Ginepra, Jr. ’55 1955 - Charles Nations ’56 1956 - Eddie Hedaya ’58 1957 - Rudolph Pegoraro ’59 1958 - Rudolph Pegoraro ’59 1959 - Robert Holloway ’62 1960 - Robert Holloway ’62 1961 - Joseph P. Nozzolio ’62 1962 - Harvey Rubin ’65 1963 - Harvey Rubin ’65 1964 - Patrick J. Sheehan ’65 1965 - Richard W. Ballantine ’67 1966 - Richard T. Wojculewski ’69 1967 - Richard T. Wojculewski ’69

1968 - Richard T. Wojculewski ’69 1969 - Arthur W. Malley ’70 1970 - Robert D. Hackett ’71 1971 - Robert D. Dukes ’72 1972 - Gary D. Arbeznik ’73 1973 - Dwight D. Valentine ’75 1974 - Geoffrey A. Cummings ’75 1975 - Mark S. Wojciechowski ’76 1976 - Kevin M. Kearns ’78 1977 - Kirk A. Combs ’78 1978 - John D. Kelly ’79 1979 - Mario Biaggi ’80 1980 - Clayton E. Jones ’81     Steven W. Monteith ’82 1981 - Steven W. Monteith ’82 1982 - Bruce M. Molinelli ’84 1983 - Samuel R. Denmeade ’85

1984 - Samuel R. Denmeade ’85 1985 - James G. Greene ’86 1986 - Nicholas P. Leone ’88 1987 - Nicholas P. Leone ’88 1988 - Rodney Paul ’89 1989 - Michael Murray ’91 1990 - Daniel Wall ’92 1991 - William Burke ’92 1992 - Jason Tarbart '93 1993 - James Hudnall ’95 1994 - James Hudnall ’95 1995 - Joe Aldrich ’96 1996 - Dominic Riebli ’98 1997 - Theodore Schroeder ’99 1998 - Theodore Schroeder ’99 1999 - Mark Stoutenberg ’01 2000 - Mark Stoutenberg ’01 2001 - Josh Austin ‘02 2002 - Travis Chmelka ‘04 2003 - Michael Waln '04 2004 - Pete Chromiak ‘06 2005 - Pete Chromiak ‘06 2006 - Darren Schmidt ’07 2007 - JoJo Smith ‘08 2008 - Cody Steele ‘09 2009 - Austin Knowlin ‘10 2010 - Andrew Kennedy ‘11 - Alex Gross ‘11 2011 - Bob Hauschildt ‘12 2012 - Andrew Heinrich ‘13

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COLUMBIA ATHLETICS HALL OF FAME In 1942, Paul Governali finished second in voting for the Heisman Trophy. He was a consensus AllAmerican quarterback for the Lions after throwing for 1442 yards in nine games and completing 19 passes for touchdowns – both set new collegiate records.

Cliff Montgomery’s teams lost just three times in his three varsity seasons under Coach Little. He concluded his career by earning the Rose Bowl Most Valuable Player award on January 1, 1934 when Columbia upset Stanford, 7-0.

Paul Governali ’43

Cliff Montgomery ’34

Playing both halfback and fullback in Coach Lou Little’s famed winged-T offense and a full-time safety on defense, Lou Kusserow set numerous Columbia records; he still holds six. Among his greatest accomplishments was leading the nation with 193 allpurpose yards per game in 1948, the year he led all major-college players with 108 points.

One of few Columbia studentathletes to letter in three sports, Archie Roberts excelled at football, basketball and baseball while at Columbia. Named the 1964 ECAC Football Player of the Year, Roberts set 17 Columbia and Ivy League records and still holds the Columbia records for completion percentage in a single game, season and career.

Lou Kusserow ’49

Archie Roberts ’65

Columbia has had many great quarterbacks, but only one is in both the College and Pro Football Halls of Fame — the legendary Sid Luckman. Drafted in the first round by the Chicago Bears, Luckman is hailed as the man who revolutionized the position of quarterback in the pro game.

Sid Luckman ’39

Bill Swiacki ’48

During the 1930s and 1940s, Columbia football was one of the top programs in the East. The man at the helm was Lou Little, who led Columbia from 1930-56, including the 1934 Rose Bowl championship victory over Stanford, a 7-0 win on a bootleg by the fullback after a fake reverse, known as “KF79”. Little went on to become the 1951 National Coach of the Year. Lou Little, Head Coach 1930-56

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Bill Swiacki was a first-team AllAmerican, named to an incredible 16 All-American teams and was eighth in the voting for the Heisman Trophy. He caught nine passes in Columbia’s 1947 victory over Army, one for a touchdown. He finished the season with Columbia records for receptions and yards, to go with his 23.6 yards per catch in 1946, still the Lions’ alltime record.

Marcellus Wiley is widely considered one of the best football players in Columbia’s history, primarily at a position he played for just two seasons. Wiley played running back as a first-year and sophomore. During his junior season, he moved over to defensive end, where he was named third team All-America, first team All-East and twice first team All-Ivy League. He led Columbia to an 8-2 record in 1996, his senior season, when he recorded 63 tackles, 17 for losses, 6.5 sacks, eight pass breakups and Marcellus Wiley ’97 three blocked field goals.

COLUMBIA ATHLETICS HALL OF FAME The most prolific passer in Columbia football history, John Witkowski left Columbia with 32 school records, either tying or breaking every major Columbia and Ivy League passing record. Named an All-American at the end of the 1983 season, Witkowski went on to play for the NFL’s Detroit Lions. The 1983 Ivy League Player of the Year, Witkowski holds the records for a single game, season and career in pass attempts, completions, yards John Witkowski ’84 passing, touchdowns and total offense.

At various points in his career, Marty Domres broke at least ten different Columbia football records. He held single-game records for attempts (54), completions (30) and yards (396). And his impressive play has stood the test of time: his 4,492 career passing yards still rank fifth at Columbia, and his 5,345 yards of total offense ranks fourth all-time. Domres was an honorable mention All-American and a first team All-Ivy League quarterback Marty Domres ‘69 in 1968.

Bruce Gehrke played a major role in Columbia’s 21-20 victory over Army, regarded as one of the greatest Columbia Football games ever played. One of Columbia’s most versatile athletes ever, Gehrke is the last Lion athlete to have lettered all four years in three different varsity sports, other than track and cross country athletes.

Walter Koppisch was considered a local celebrity and high school football star growing up. Playing in the backfield with New York Yankee immortal Lou Gehrig, Koppisch captained the Lions for three consecutive seasons – 1922, 1923, 1924. In 1924 he was selected to Walter Camp’s All-America first team after being a third team selection the previous season. He was a fast and powerful fullback who was considered Walter Koppisch ‘25 the fastest player in the east.

From 1945-48, Gene Rossides at quarterback presided over a golden era of Columbia Football. Rossides was a four-year letterwinner during those glory days for the Lions and still holds the school record for scoring during a single game with five touchdowns in a 34-26 win over Cornell in 1945. He is best remembered as the architect of that victory over Army in 1947, a win that snapped the Cadets’ 32-game Gene Rossides ‘49 unbeaten streak.

One of the strongest linebackers in Columbia Football history, Rory Wilfork was the first player in Columbia history to earn first team AllIvy League honors three consecutive years. Averaging more than 120 tackles a season over his final three years, Wilfork was a force to be reckoned with in the Ivy League. He was the Lions first two-time captain since 1926, leading his team as a junior and senior.

Bruce Gehrke ‘48

Rory Wilfork ‘97

A bruising ball carrier, Russell Warren keyed a strong Columbia offense which carried the 1961 Lions to their only Ivy League football championship. Warren garnered first team All-Ivy League honors in 1961, and at one point during the 1961 season, he was the nation’s third-leading punter with a 44.1 average. Russell Warren ‘62

Named Columbia’s head football coach in 1957 after the retirement of Lou Little, Aldo “Duff” Donelli spent three years building the program before propelling the Lions to an Ivy League Championship in 1961. Over the course of his ten years at Columbia, he recruited and coached some of the most famous names in Columbia football history. Buff Donelli

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COLUMBIA ATHLETICS HALL OF FAME Few teams have inspired as much passion and respect as the 1961 Ivy League football championship squad. The Lions posted a 6-1 mark in Ivy League play, winning each conference game by double-figure margins. With Ivy League supremacy on the line in the final contest of the season, Columbia dominated Penn in all phases of the game. Lee Black was one of five Lions to get into the end zone, Tom Haggerty and Len de Fiore picked off passes as defense dominated the day with the Lions claiming a 37-6 victory and the Ivy League Championship. 1961 Columbia Football Team

Five Lions were named All-Ivy League following the year – Bob Asack, Lee Black, Tony Day, Tom Haggerty and Russ Warren. William Morley earned a reputation Robert K. Kraft arrived to Columbia as an aggressive player, at both the University in 1959 and forever quarterback and halfback positions, influenced the course of Columbia while also excelling in the kicking and football history. After completing game. Morley’s success earned him business school, Kraft ascended a pair of Walter Camp All-American through business ranks on his way to awards. A 1971 National Football becoming a national icon. His sucess Foundation College Hall of Fame led to his purchase of the New England inductee, he became the first Columbia Patriots, in 1994. Since then, the graduate to become the head football Patriots have won three Super Bowl coach in 1902. titles and become a model franchise for William Morley 1902 Robert Kraft ‘63 the NFL.

Harold Weekes 1903

Harold Weekes was a standout halfback, known for his participation of one of the most dangerous of all football plays-the “flying hurdle.” Weekes was one of the best at this specialty skill and possessed tremendous agility and a unique ability to keep his feet posthurdle, sprinting past the surprised defense. Weekes went on to earn AllAmerica honors each season in his final three seasons in blue an

The Krafts have donated more than $100 million dollars supporting numerous important charities and his Alma Mater, Columbia University. For his extremely generous contributions as the Co-Chair of the Columbia Campaign for Athletics, the University officially dedicated the playing field at Lawrence A. Wien Stadium as Robert K. Kraft Field in October 2007.

One of the most feared shutdown cornerbacks in the Ivy League during his era, Ted Gregory picked off nine passes, averaging nearly 20 yards on each return, and as made a name as an explosive kick returner. He was a twotime first team All-Ivy League honoree and earned All-American honorable mention status in both 1972 and 1973.

A two-time first team All-Ivy League honoree and two-time All-America Honorable Mention, Des Werthman remains the school’s all-time record holder with 449 career tackles. A true impact player, the natural linebacker played on both sides of the ball during his final two seasons after the Lions were plagued by injury. Former teammate Marcellus Wiley called Werthman the toughest player he ever Des Werthman ‘93 played with.

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A 1987 recipient of Columbia’s John Jay Award and a 2004 recipient of the Alexander Hamilton Medal, Kraft was awarded the NCAA’s highest honor, the Theodore Roosevelt Award.

To this day the 1934 Rose Bowl is remembered for Columbia’s 7-0 victory over Stanford, one of the greatest upsets in college football history. The Lions posted victory after victory in 1933, losing only to Princeton. Columbia earned big-time wins against Virginia, 15-6, Penn State, 33-0, and Navy 14-7. Many sportswriters and fans gave Columbia little chance of victory. However, Hall of Fame coach Lou Little put together an outstanding defensive game plan against the Cardinal attack. Led by All-American quarterback Cliff Montgomery, Columbia marched down the field and a gadget play late in the game proved to be the only score of the game to lift the Lions to victory.

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS 1925 Aulick, Walidmar ’26 Brady, Jerome ’28 Furey, Ralph ’28 Kerrigan, Thomas ’28 Kirchmyer, Raymond ’26 Madden, William ’28 Norris, E.M. ’28 Pease, George ’26 (C) Raphael, Martin ’26 Rawalt, C. Otis ’26 (M) Reynolds, James ’28 Schimititsch, Stephen ’26 Sesit, Myron ’27 Shaw, Paul ’27 Wiberg, Kaleb ’26 Williams, William ’28 Zegri, Ferdinand ’26 1926 Adler, William ’28 Brady, Jerome ’28 Cornell, Francis ’27 Cuneo, Ernest Davenport, Horace ’29 French, George ’28 Furey, Ralph ’28 Greene, E.P. ’27 (M) Hyde, Arthur ’26 Kaplan, Harry ’28 Kerrigan, Thomas ’28 Kumpf, Henry ’29 Madden, William ’28 (C) Norris, E.M. ’28 Reynolds, James ’28 Rieger, Fred Sesit, Myron ’27 Shaw, Paul ’27 Wagner, Ray ’26 Wiley, Roderic ’26 1927 Adler, William ’28 Alkoff, Jules Bleeker, Malcolm ’30 Buser, W. Behney ’30 Campbell, James ’30 Cornell, Francis ’27 Cuneo, Ernest Davenport, Horace ’29 Furey, Ralph ’28 (C) Hamilton, Robert ’29 Hanley, Raymond Hollowell, E.L. ’28 (M) Kaplan, Harry ’28 Kerrigan, Thomas ’28 Kumpf, Henry ’29 Lambart, Eric ’29 Madden, William ’28 Reynolds, James ’28 Rieger, Fred Williams, Kenneth ’28 1928 Adler, William ’28 (C) Ashman, Hyman Bleeker, Malcolm ’30 Campbell, James ’30 Costigan, George ’31 Davenport, Horace ’29 Green, Joseph ’28 Hamilton, Robert ’29 Hanley, Raymond Kliegman, Jacob ’29 Kumpf, Henry ’29 Liflander, E. Philip Makser, William Rousselot, Harold ’29 (M) Scott, Henry Harrison ’31 Sheridan, James Stanczyk, Joseph ’31 Tassi, Edward ’29

Tys, Remy ’30 1929 Banigan, George (M) Banko, August ’32 Bleeker, Malcolm ’30 Buser, W. Behney ’30 Campbell, James ’30 Carlsten, Earle ’29 Edling, Edward ’32 Hall, Edward ’32 Hewitt, Ralph ’32 Hill, Arthur ’29 Japar, Romeo ’31 Joyce, Charles ’30 Liflander, E. Philip McDuffee, William ’32 Mosser, J. Donald ’32 Reilly, Thomas ’31 Scott, Henry Harrison ’31 Stanczyk, Joseph ’31 Triska, Alfred ’31 Tys, Remy ’30 Van Voorhees, Stuart ’32 Weinstock, Edward ’32 1930 Allan, William ’32 Banko, August ’32 Barber, Lewis Cadogan, Lawrence ’32 Dougall, Bernard (M) Edling, Edward ’32 Ganzle, Carl ’31 Gulbransen, Haakon ’39 Hall, Edward ’32 Hewitt, Ralph ’32 Hodupp, Jay ’32 Japar, Romeo ’31 Lippoth, Robert ’33 McDuffee, William ’32 Mosser, J. Donald ’32 Nobilette, Frank ’32 Rivero, Manuel ’33 Scott, Henry Harrison ’31 Sheridan, James Sherwood, George ’33 Stanczyk, Joseph ’31 (C) Tys, Remy ’30 Van Voorhees, Stuart ’32 Weinstock, Edward ’32 Wolkind, Harold ’32 1931 Dzamba, Stephen ’34 Edling, Edward ’32 Grenda, Stephen ’33 Hall, Edward ’32 Hewitt, Ralph ’32 (C) Hodupp, Jay ’32 Linehan, Joseph ’34 Matal, Anthony ’34 McDuffee, William ’32 Migliore, Giacomo ’34 Montgomery, Clifford ’34 Mosser, J. Donald ’32 Rivero, Manuel ’33 Schwartz, Otto ’34 Scully, Leonard ’32 (M) Sherwood, George ’33 Van Voorhees, Stuart ’32 Weinstock, Edward ’32 Wilder, Newell ’34 1932 Brominski, Edward ’35 Chippendale, Frank ’35 Dzamba, Stephen ’34 Ferrara, Joseph ’35 Grenda, Stephen ’33 (C) Gross, Harry ’33 (M) Linehan, Joseph ’34

Lippoth, Robert ’33 Matal, Anthony ’34 McDowell, Owen ’34 Migliore, Giacomo ’34 Montgomery, Clifford ’34 Nobilette, Frank ’32 Richavich, Joseph ’35 Rivero, Manuel ’33 Schwartz, Otto ’34 Sherwood, George ’33 Sykes, Macrae ’33 Wilder, Newell ’34 Wuerz, Robert ’35 1933 Barabas, Alfred ’36 Brominski, Edward ’35 Chase, Harry ’35 Chippendale, Frank ’35 Davis, James ’36 Dzamba, Stephen ’34 Ferrara, Joseph ’35 Jackel, Paul ’35 King, Edward ’35 Linehan, Joseph ’34 Maniaci, Samuel ’35 Marshall, Edwin ’34 (M) Matal, Anthony ’34 McDowell, Owen ’34 Montgomery, Clifford ’34 (C) Nevel, William ’35 Palenchar, Joseph ’34 Pinckney, J. Lawrence ’35 Schwartz, Otto ’34 Tomb, Thomas ’35 Wilder, Newell ’34 1934 Barabas, Alfred ’36 Brominski, Edward ’35 (C) Chase, Harry ’35 Chippendale, Frank ’35 Coviello, Joseph ’37 Davis, James ’36 Demshar, Michael ’35 Ferrara, Joseph ’35 (C) Furey, Edmund ’36 Hudasky, John ’37 Jackel, Paul ’35 Ketchum, Chadwick ’35 King, Edward ’35 King, Francis ’35 Maniaci, Samuel ’35 Meighan, Hunter ’35 (M) Nevel, William ’35 Richavich, Joseph ’35 Tomb, Thomas ’35 Vollmer, Joseph ’37 Wuerz, Robert ’35 1935 Barabas, Alfred ’36 (C) Bateman, John ’38 Bonom, Oscar ’38 Checkovich, Andrew ’36 Coviello, Joseph ’37 Davis, James ’36 Foster, Richard ’37 Furey, Edmund ’36 Furey, George ’37 Hersey, Glenwood ’38 Hudasky, John ’37 Jochum, Henry ’36 Kerrigan, Gerard ’35 Klingensmith, Floyd ’38 Mareski, Anthony ’37 Maroon, Sam ’37 McMahon, John ’38 Pistolas, Nicholas ’38 Saffa, George ’37 Schulze, Hubert ’38 Sitterley, William ’36 (M)

Vollmer, Joseph ’37 Westphal, Howard ’38 Zielinski, Charles ’38 1936 Bateman, John ’38 Bonom, Oscar ’38 Corey, William ’39 Coviello, Joseph ’37 (C) Foster, Richard ’37 Furey, George ’37 (C) Hersey, Glenwood ’38 Hudasky, John ’37 Luckman, Sidney ’39 Maroon, Sam ’37 Pistolas, Nicholas ’38 Radvilas, Arthur ’39 Ragsdale, William ’37 (M) Ream, Harry ’37 Schulze, Hubert ’38 Seidel, Gerhard ’39 Siegal, John ’39 Taylor, Robert ’39 Tucker, Lyman ’37 Vollmer, Joseph ’37 Waldo, Arthur ’38 Westphal, Howard ’38 1937 Bateman, John ’38 (C) Bonom, Oscar ’38 Corey, William ’39 Gutendorf, Vincent ’40 Herpers, Richard ’38 (M) Hersey, Glenwood ’38 Luckman, Sidney ’39 McMahon, John ’38 Naylor, John ’40 Pistolas, Nicholas ’38 Radvilas, Arthur ’39 Schulze, Hubert ’38 Seidel, Gerhard ’39 Siegal, John ’39 Snavely, Cloyd ’39 Sposato, Francis ’40 Stanczyk, Edward ’38 Stulgaitis, Francis ’40 Sweeney, Bernard ’40 Taylor, Robert ’39 Van Buren, Henry ’38 (M) Waldo, Arthur ’38 Westphal, Howard ’38 1938 Armstrong, Thomas ’39 (M) Benedetti, Joseph ’39 Corey, William ’39 Gallagher, Thomas ’41 Gutendorf, Vincent ’40 Kinsella, Harry ’40 Kolisch, J. Pierre ’39 (M) Luckman, Sidney ’39 Muldoon, Lenox ’39 Naylor, John ’40 Radvilas, Arthur ’39 Seidel, Gerhard ’39 Siegal, John ’39 Snavely, Cloyd ’39 Stanczyk, Leslie ’41 Stickel, William ’39 Stoltz, Robert ’40 Stulgaitis, Francis ’40 Sweeney, Bernard ’40 Taylor, Robert ’39 1939 Barber, Hugh ’41 Bartolf, Joseph ’40 De Augustinis, August ’41 Dixon, James ’40 Frank, James ’41 Gallagher, Thomas ’41

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Gutendorf, Vincent ’40 Kennedy, Regis ’40 Kinsella, Harry ’40 Lutton, George ’40 (M) Maack, Herbert ’42 Mclntyre, Justin ’41 Naylor, John ’40 Ruberti, Theodore ’42 Snavely, Donald ’42 Sposato, Francis ’40 Stanczyk, Leslie ’41 Stoltz, Robert ’40 Stulgaitis, Francis ’40 (C) Sweeney, Bernard ’40 West, Howard ’40 (M) Will, Leonard ’46 Wood, Thornley ’42 1940 Andres, John ’41 (M) Barber, Hugh ’41 (C) Bayer, Philip ’42 De Augustinis, August ’41 Demartini, Felix ’43 Diehl, Valentine ’41 Frank, James ’41 Gallagher, Thomas ’41 Germann, Kenneth ’43 Governali, Paul ’43 Maack, Herbert ’42 Makofske, Raymond ’42 Mcllvennen, R. Stewart ’42 Mclntyre, Justin ’41 Schenck, Mills ’41 (M) Shanahan, William ’41 Siegel, Joseph ’43 Snavely, Donald ’42 Spiegal, Adam ’43 Stanczyk, Leslie ’41 Will, Leonard ’46 Wood, Thornley ’42 1941 Arbolino, Jack ’42 Bayer, Philip ’42 Demartini, Felix ’43 Ferrarini, Leno ’43 Germann, Kenneth ’43 Governali, Paul ’43 Hanley, Marshall ’42 (M) Kaczorowski, Emil ’43 Kelleher, John ’43 Lorenz, Will ’42 (M) Maack, Herbert ’42 (C) MacMichael, William ’43 Makofske, Raymond ’42 Mcllvennen, R. Stewart ’42 Moriarty, Paul ’42 Rock, Thomas ’44 Ruberti, Theodore ’42 Siegel, Joseph ’43 Sinton, William ’43 Snavely, Donald ’42 Spiegal, Adam ’43 Wood, Thornley ’42 1942

Appel, Otto ’45 Birt, William ‘44 Demartini, Felix ’43 Ferrarini, Leno ’43 Gehrke, Bruce ’48 Germann, Kenneth ’43 Governali, Paul ’43 (C) Hasselman, Werner ’48 Holden, Wesley ’45 Horvath, Frank ’45 Kasprzak, Donald ’47 Kelleher, John ’43 MacMichael, William ’43 Oliver, Jack ’48 Rock, Thomas ’44

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Smith, Stanley ’46 (C) Sniadack, Frank ’48 Terry, Howard ’46 (M) Thompson, Leslie ’47 Venutolo, Anthony ’47 Will, Leonard ’46 1946 Briggs, Henry ’49 Caruso, Andrew ’46 Cestary, Roy ’47 Fitzpatrick, Thomas ’48 Gehrke, Bruce ’48 Hampton, Clyde ’49 Hasselman, Werner ’48 Hast, John ’47 Heller, Robert ’49 Karas, Joseph ’49 Kasprzak, Donald ’47 (C) Klemovich, Charles ’49 Kusserow, Louis ’49 Ladyko, Emil ’49 Lincoln, Robert ’49 Mazziotta, John ’48 Nork, John ’49 Oliver, Jack ’48 Olson, William ’49 O’Shaughnessy, Henry ’49 Politi, Edmond ’47 Rakowski, Adam ’50 Rossides, Eugene ’49 Sniadack, Frank ’48 Swiacki, William ’48 Thompson, Leslie ’47 Valma, John ’48 (M) Yablonski, Ventan ’48 1947 Bacauskas, John ’50 Briggs, Henry ’49 Chaky, Emil ‘50 Gehrke, Bruce ’48 Hampton, Clyde ’49 Hasselman, Werner ’48 Kachadurian, Albert ’48 Karas, Joseph ’49 Kisiday, George ’48 Klemovich, Charles ’49 Kusserow, Louis ’49 Levy, Donald ’41 Lincoln, Robert ’49 Mazziotta, John ’48 Moran, Edward ’48 Nork, John ’49 Olson, Charles ’49 O’Shaughnessy, Henry ’49 Rakowski, Adam ’50 Rossides, Eugene ’49 Russell, Robert ’50 Shekitka, Eugene ’49 Swiacki, William ’48 Valma, John ’48 Van Bellingham, Leon ’50 Yablonski, Ventan ’48 1948 Bacauskas, John ’50 Bleasdale, Frederick ’49 Borgess, Ralph ’49 Briggs, Henry ’49 Caponegro, Gabriel ’51 Chaky, Emil ‘50 Grubman, Wallace ’50 Hampton, Clyde ’49 Hawkins, Donald ’49 Klemovich, Charles ’49 Kusserow, Louis ’49 Lockwood, William ’49 McConnell, David ’49 Nork, John ’49 Olson, William ’49 O’Shaughnessy, Henry ’49

Pell, William ’50 Rakowski, Adam ’50 Rossides, Eugene ’49 Schwartz, Arnold ’51 (M) Shekitka, Eugene ’49 Van Bellingham, Leon ’50 Ward, James ’50 1948 Lightweights Angelino, Alphonse ’50 Annino, Raymond ’50 Baker, Edward ’51 Beattie, Donald ’51 DeMayo, Michael ’50 Kearns, John ’49 Lorenze, George ’50 Michell, Albert ’49 Palmieri, Aldo ’49 Petrulio, Ernest ’51 Raimondo, Frank ’51 Rix, Lennart ’51 Schmitt, Alois ’50 Schmin Robert ’50 Witzel, John ’49 1949 Audette, Gerald ’53 Bacauskas, John ’50 Berger, David ’50 Bomm, Wesley ’52 Cannon, Alfred ’50 Caponegro, Gabriel ’51 Chaky, Emil ‘50 Coufal, Joseph ’50 Cozzi, Gerard ’52 Federowicz, Thomas ’52 Grubman, Wallace ’50 Hansen, Howard ’52 Kimtis, Donald ’52 Malone, William ’51 McLean, Donald ’51 Neville, John ’51 (M) Nork, Albert ’51 O’Brien, William ’51 Pell, William ’50 Russell, Robert ’50 Sautter, Melvin ’52 Schwartz, Arnold ’51 Schwegler, Robert ’52 Straka, Edward ’51 Toner, Frank ’52 Tracy, Kermit ’52 Van Bellingham, Leon ’50 (C) Vitek, Paul ’52 Wagner, John ’52 Wallace, William ’52 Ward, James ’50 (C) Ward, Leo ’52 White, Ralph ’51 Wynott, Vernon ’52 1949 Lightweights Annino, Raymond ’50 Baker, Edward ’51 Burgi, Charles Burr, Richard ’52 Byra, Alfred ’52 Cervieri, Joseph Coghlin, Edgar Creighton, Victor Diamond, Theodore Hermann, Richard ’51 Lagomarsino, Fred ’52 Lipman, Jack Lorenze, George ’50 Manchester, Frank McDaniel, Joseph Messmer, Everett

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Ognibene, Andre ’52 Oplinger, John ’52 Raimondo, Frank ’51 Rix, Lennart ’51 Ross, Donald Schmitt, Alois ’50 Simonds, Henry Stricker, Seymour Walters, Warren ’53 1950 Audette, Gerald ’53 Bomm, Wesley ’52 Bueschen, David ’53 Coufal, Joseph ’50 Dannenman, Richard ’52 Durovich, Michael ’53 Gregorowicz, Ernest ’53 Hansen, Howard ’52 Malone, William ’51 Mason, George ’51 McCullough, Robert ’53 McLean, Donald ’51 Nork, Albert ’51 (C) O’Brien, William ’51 Ott, Robert ’58 Price, Mitchell ’53 Rapson, Donald ’51 (M) Schwegler, Robert ’52 Toner, Frank ’52 Trevisano, Donald ’53 Vitek, Paul ’52 Vitone, George ’52 Wagner, John ’52 Wallace, William ’52 Ward, Alfred ’53 Ward, Leo ’52 White, Ralph ’51 Wynott, Vernon ’52 1950 Lightweights Abplanalp, Harry ’53 Altonin, William ’53 Appell, Robert ’52 Beattie, Donald ’51 Burr, Richard ’52 Byra, Alfred ’52 Coyne, James ’53 Donaghy, Henry ’53 Fow, Ben ’53 Furst, Stephen ’53 Gleckler, Robert ’53 Herman, Irvin ’52 Hermann, Richard ’51 Lagomarsino, Fred ’52 Lichtman, Robert ’52 Meloni, Edward ’53 Miller, Ira ’51 Milowe, Irwin ’53 Ognibene, Andre ’52 Oplinger, John ’52 Owen, William ’53 Rix, Lennart ’51 Schwartz, Howard ’52 Simler, Richard ’53 Stricker, Seymour (M) Sweeney, William ’51 Tartanian, Charles ’53 Walters, Warren ’53 1951 Audette, Gerald ’53 Bomm, Wesley ’52 Bueschen, David ’53 Casella, John ’54 Cozzi, Gerard ’52 Dannenman, Richard ’52

Federowicz, Thomas ’52 Gregorowicz, Ernest ’53 Hansen, Howard ’52 (C) Jansson, Bernard ’52 (M) Krebs, Keith ’54 McCann, Charles ’52 McCullough, Robert ’53 Mione, Benedict ’52 Misho, Anthony ’52 Nesti, Richard ’54 Page, Donald ’52 (M) Pirner, Max ’54 Price, Mitchell ’53 Salvatore, David ’52 Sautter, Melvin ’52 Schwegler, Robert ’52 Toner, Frank ’52 Tracy, Kermit ’52 Trevisano, Donald ’53 Valuska, John ’53 Vitek, Paul ’52 Vitone, George ’52 Wallace, Robert ’53 Wallace, William ’52 Ward, Alfred ’53 Wodeshick, Eugene ’54 Wynott, Vernon ’52 1952 Bueschen, David ’53 Carr, Richard ’55 Casella, John ’54 Fadok, George ’54 Fow, Ben ’53 Gregorowicz, Ernest ’53 Guerriero, John ’53 Hampton, Jerry ’54 Hessinger, Arthur ’53 (M) Hopp, Dale ’54 Krebs, Keith ’54 Lazar, Marvin ’53 (M) McCullough, Robert ’53 (C) Mercier, Robert ’55 Nass, David ’53 Nesti, Richard ’54 Pirner, Max ’54 Price, Mitchell ’53 Trevisano, Donald ’53 Valuska, John ’53 Wall, Richard ’54 Wallace, Robert ’53 Ward, Alfred ’53 Wodeshick, Eugene ’54 1953 Bonanno, Philip ’54 Bucci, Manfredo ’56 Carr, Richard ’55 Casella, John ’54 Giampietro, Alex ’56 Hampton, Jerry ’54 Hoffman, Bernard ’55 Hopp, Dale ’54 Krebs, Keith ’54 Littlefield, Henry ’54 Mercier, Robert ’55 Nelson, John ’55 Nesti, Richard ’54 Opdyke, Neil ’55 Pirner, Max ’54 Priore, Kenneth ’56 Reso, Anthony ’54 (M) Seitz, George ’56 Wodeshick, Eugene ’54 (C) 1954 Altman, Roy ’57 Armstrong, Jack ’55 Benedick, Richard ’55 (M) Benham, Claude ’57 Black, Alan ’56 Brunori, Ralph ’57

Bucci, Manfredo ’56 Carr, Richard ’55 Carroll, James ’57 Corral, Frank ’57 Dillingham, Robert ’55 Giampietro, Alex ’56 Ginepra, Alfred ’55 Haggerty, Denis ’55 Hoffman, Bernard ’55 Lacopo, Michael ’57 Larson, James ’55 (M) Mooney, James ’56 Nations, Charles ’56 Nelson, John ’55 Nunziato, Donald ’56 Opdyke, Neil ’55 (C) Priore, Kenneth ’56 Seitz, George ’56 Tremblay, Paul ’57 Wilson, Arthur ’57 Winterburn, Theodore ’56 1955 Altman, Roy ’57 Benham, Claude ’57 Brunori, Ralph ’57 Bucci, Manfredo ’56 (C) Carroll, James ’57 Corral, Frank ’57 Danner, George ’58 Florentino, Leonard ’56 Giampietro, Alex ’56 Hervatic, Joseph ’58 Hovasapian, Fred ’58 Howard, Bradley ’58 Klein, Neil ’56 (M) Manes, Donald ’58 Mooney, James ’56 Pappas, George ’58 Seitz, George ’56 Smith, Harry ’56 Swimm, Kenneth ’56 (M) Szczypkowski, Ron ’58 Tremblay, Paul ’57 Wellington, John ’57 Wilson, Arthur ’57 1955 Lightweights Brice, Sam ’57 Brody, Alan ’56 (M) Ferragamo, Michael ’57 Furey, Robert ’58 Lewis, Frederick ’56 McKinney, Charles ’58 Sakuda, Paul ’58 1956 Appel, Eugene ’59 Benham, Claude ’57 Breeskin, John ’57 Brunori, Ralph ’57 Conte, Felix ’57 Corral, Frank ’57 Danner, George ’58 Guiton, Richard ’57 (M) Howard, Bradley ’58 Howard, Bruce ’58 Manes, Donald ’58 Marnell, Carmen ’57 Ott, Robert ’58 Pappas, George ’58 Satovick, Robert ’58 Spraker, Edward ’58 Szczypkowski, Ron ’58 Teran, Irwin ’57 (M) Tremblay, Paul ’57 Wellington, John ’57 Wilson, Arthur ’57 (C)

1956 Lightweights Borland, Joseph ’57 Bregman, Robert ’58 Brice, Sam ’57 Dunlavey, Richard ’58 Greenburg, William ’59 McElenney, James ’58 Norton, John ’57 Presant, Howard ’58 Sakuda, Paul ’58 Tindall, Samuel ’59 1957 Appel, Eugene ’59 Brookins, Harvey ’60 Dennehy, Brian ’60 Donelli, Richard ’59 Eschenbaum, Edward ’60 Ferrari, Dudley ’59 Feuer, Charles ’58 (M) Frank, Francis ’58 Furey, James ’58 Gobble, Coy ’59 Graske, Theodore ’59 Hastings, James ’58 (M) Hervatic, Joseph ’58 Howard, Bradley ’58 Howard, Bruce ’58 Manes, Donald ’58 Pappas, George ’58 (C) Pegoraro, Rudolph ’59 Reilly, John ’60 Satovick, Robert ’58 Siman, Joseph ’59 Spraker, Edward ’58 Swartz, Theodore ’60 Szczypkowski, Ron ’58 1957 Lightweights DiLallo, Chester ’58 Dorazio, Richard ’60 Feuer, Charles ’58 (M) Fujii, Raymond ’59 Greenburg, William ’59 Hankins, Harrison ’60 Johns, Michael ’60 Pettit, Robert ’59 Sacks, Elliott ’58 Sacks, Roger ’58 Sakuda, David ’60 Sakuda, Paul ’58 (C) Simon, Gerald ’58 Tindall, Samuel ’59 Vann, Pennington ’58 1958 Anderson, Lawrence ’60 Appel, Eugene ’59 Bilbao, Thomas ’59 Boellert, Ekkehard ’60 Brodeur, Gerald ’61 Brookins, Harvey ’60 Dennehy, Brian ’60 Donelli, Richard ’59 Eschenbaum, Edward ’60 Federspiel, Robert ’61 Ferrari, Dudley ’59 Gelfand, Norman ’59 (M) Gobble, Coy ’59 (C) Graske, Theodore ’59 Johnson, Bruce ’61 Johnson, Fredrick ’60 LaValle, Placido ’59 Lombardi, Jerome ’61 McCool, Robert ’61 Mendrzycki, Edward ’59 Miller, Donald ’61 Pegoraro, Rudolph ’59

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Radano, Anthony ’61 Savini, Donato ’61 Sefcsik, Paul ’61 Spelios, George ’59 Swartz, Theodore ’60 Tannenbaum, Michael ’59 (M) Urban, Luke ’61 1958 Lightweights Chang, Irving ’60 Dorazio, Richard ’60 Fujii, Raymond ’59 Goulazian, Peter ’60 Greenburg, William ’59 (C) Hankins, Harrison ’60 Johns, Michael ’60 LaRaja, Raymond ’59 Larsen, H. Peter ’59 McCreedy, Edwin ’61 Nunley, Spencer ’60 Sakuda, David ’60 Tindall, Samuel ’59\ Wojeicki, Andrei ’59 1959 Anderson, Lawrence ’60 Asack, Robert ’62 Black, Lee ’62 Brodeur, Gerald ’61 Brookins, Harvey ’60 (C) Campbell, William ’62 Federspiel, Robert ’61 Galdo, Ralph ’60 Gerstein, Herbert ’62 Haggerty, Thomas ’62 Hollinger, Robert ’62 Kaplan, Alfred ’60 (M) Little, Edward ’62 Lutz, Myron ’60 (M) McCool, Robert ’61 Migliorisi, Emanuel ’61 Minotti, Louis ’60 Radano, Anthony ’61 Reilly, Francis ’62 Savini, Donato ’61 Sefcsik, Paul ’61 Vasell, Thomas ’62 Warren, Russell ’62 Williams, Ronald ’62 Zisk, Steve ’62 1959 Lightweights Ashare, Alan ’60 Cohen, David ’62 Davies, Samuel ’62 Dorazio, Richard ’60 Gerstel, Howard ’60 Hankins, Harrison ’60 (C) Henslee, William ’61 Jahelka, George ’61 McCreedy, Edwin ’61 Sakuda, David ’60 Slavik, Ferdinand ’60 Stevenson, Peter ’62 1960 Amkraut, Julian ’61 Asack, Robert ’62 Black, Lee ’62 Blake, William ’61 (M) Campbell, William ’62 Congram, Walter ’62 Day, Anthony ’63 DeFiore, Leonard ’64 Drotos, Ronald ’63 Federspiel, Robert ’61 Gerstein, Herbert ’62 Haggerty, Thomas ’62

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Hassan, Michael ’63 Hersh, Harry ’64 Holloway, Roger ’65 Hug, Gerard ’65 Joyce, Stephen ’64 Langfelder, Stephen ’63 (M) Malmstrom, Edward ’65 Marchese, Joseph ’63 Mitchell, William ’64 Moran, Patrick ’63 Mundorff, Fred ’63 O’Connor, Thomas ’63 (C) O’Donnell, Joseph ’64 Roberts, Arthur ’65 Rubin, Harvey ’65 Sheehan, Patrick ’65 Strauch, John ’65 Weismantle, John ’63 (M) Yuska, Edward ’64 1962 Lightweights Adsit, Ronald ’65 Calesa, Edward ’63 Cirigliano, John ’64 DeBree, Ronald ’64 Freese, James ’65 Grossman, Steven ’64 Guimond, Norman ’65 Heine, Spencer ’63 Karlberg, John ’63 Malakoff, Aaron ’63 (C) Malter, Ira ’63 (M) Vann, Richard ’63 1963 Bashaar, John ’65 Brookshire, Ronald ’66 Butts, Allison ’64 (C) Donohue, Robert ’65 Falcon, Spencer ’66 Fidei, Francis ’64 Hersh, Harry ’64 Hug, Gerard ’65 Joyce, Stephen ’64 Malmstrom, Edward ’65 O’Donnell, Joseph ’64 Roberts, Arthur ’65 Rubin, Harvey ’65 Rudegair, Edward ’65 Sheehan, Patrick ’65 Strauch, John ’65 Thompson, Eugene ’66 Yuska, Edward ’64 1963 Lightweights Adsit, Ronald ’65 Bert, Joel ’65 Cirigliano, John ’64 (C) DeBree, Ronald ’64 DeMarrais, Kevin ’64 DeMatteo, Douglas ’64 Grossman, Steven ’64 Guimond, Norman ’65 Harrold, Thomas ’66 Hewes, Charles ’66 Jorgenson, Thomas ’64 McGroarty, James ‘64 Mottard, Dean ’66 Schlowsky, George ’65 Shopoff, Edward ’66 Sol, Jeffrey ’64 Strobach, Steven ’65 Zegarelli, David ’65 1964 Ballantine, Richard ’67

Bashaar, John ’65 Brookshire, Ronald ’66 Brownstein, Neill ’66 Carifio, James ’65 Cody, Joseph ’66 Corcoran, William ’66 Dennis, Roger ’65 Donohue, Robert ’65 Dunn, Lee ’65 (M) Flory, Richard ’67 Franke, Stephen ’66 Hankins, Stuart ’66 Hast, Robert ’67 Hug, Gerard ’65 Jensen, Arne ’66 Klingensmith, Robert ’66 Makohen, Leo ’67 Malmstrom, Edward ’65 (C) Mulvihill, Terence ’67 Nossal, John ’66 Patton, Robert ’66 Rink, Donald ’67 Roberts, Arthur ’65 Rubin, Harvey ’65 Rudegair, Edward ’65 Sesit, Michael ’65 Sheehan, Patrick ’65 Strauch, John ’65 Thompson, Eugene ’66 Tuths, Joseph ’67 Vozel, Leo ’65 Zarganes, Stylianos ’65 (M) Zawadzkas, Gerald ’67 1964 Lightweights Bert, Joel ’65 Brown, William ’67 Bruno, Louis ’67 Buchanan, Stephen ’66 Freese, James ’65 Guimond, Norman ’65 (C) Harrold, Thomas ’66 Hillis, David ’67 Indinoli, Dominick ’67 Karle, Richard ’66 Mottard, Dean ’66 Sisskind, Mitchell ’68 Strobach, Steven ’65 Zegarelli, David ’65 1965 Ballantine, Richard ’67 Bender, William ’68 Brookshire, Ronald ’66 (C) Brownstein, Neill ’66 Burns, John ’68 Butts, Roland ’67 Cody, Joseph ’66 Corcoran, William ’66 Dennis, Roger ’65 Equi, Russell ’66 Falcon, Spencer ’66 Felsenfeld, Arnold ’67 Flory, Richard ’67 Hankins, Stuart ’66 Hast, Robert ’67 Hiney, J. William ’66 Klingensmith, Robert ’66 Makohen, Leo ’67 Maton, Reginald ’66 Morash, David ’67 Mulvihill, Terence ’67 Nealon, Robert ’65 Nossal, John ’66 Reed, Thomas ’68 Rink, Donald ’67 Sattel, Robert ’68 Sheldon, Thomas ’66 (M) Stanhewicz, Richard ’66 Tosi, Anthony ’67

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Tuths, Joseph ’67 Werner, Earl ’66 West, Robert ’67 Zawadzkas, Gerald ’67 1965 Lightweights Aguiar, Daniel ’67 Brown, William ’67 Buchanan, Stephen ’66 Coates, Harry ’68 Furey, George, Jr. ’66 Harrold, Thomas ’66] Hillis, David ’67 Indinoli, Dominick ’67 (C) Kakos, Peter ’68 Karle, Richard ’66 Kirchheimer, Peter ’68 Liu, Edward ’66 Miller, Jon ’67 Morgan, Jeffrey ’67 Nelson, Lawrence ’66 Schneider, Steven ’66 White, John ’68 1966 Allen, Gordon ’67 Ballantine, Richard ’67 Bracciodieta, William ’67 Brookshire, Robert ’69 Brown, Richard ’68 Brown, William ’67 Busa, Michael ’69 Butts, Roland ’67 Carey, William ’69 Dempsey, Alford ’69 Domres, Martin ’69 Edoga, John ’67 Feddock, John ’69 Felsenfeld, Arnold ’67 Flory, Richard ’67 (C) Hast, Robert ’67 (C) Herlz, Andrew ’68 (M) Hillis, L. David ’67 Hodos, James ’68 Isom, J. William ’68 Koffler, David ’67 Makohen, Leo ’67 Marsella, Richard ’69 Mastroianni, Anthony ’69 Morash, David ’67 O’Connor, James ’69 O’Connor, John ’67 Peters, Robert ’67 Reed, Thomas ’68 Regan, Robert ’69 Rink, Donald ’67 Rose, Richard ’69 Stathis, Peter ’68 Stewart, Chester ’69 Taddey, Anthony ’68 Tarrington, Ronald ’69 Tosi, Anthony ’67 Tuths, Joseph ’67 Werner, Robert ’69 West, Robert ’67 Wojculewski, Richard ’69 Zawadzkas, Gerald ’67 1966 Lightweights Aguiar, Daniel ’67 Brown, William ’67 (C) Bruno, Louis ’67 Callahan, Justin ’67 Katz, Raymond ’67 Kirchheimer, Peter ’68 Miller, Jon ’67 Morgan, Jeffrey ’67 Murphy, James ’69

Price, Richard ’69 Rompala, Richard ’69 Rosenblatt, Ronald ’69 Schell, Michael ’69 Stallman, Lawrence ’68 Waterman, John ’69 Weddell, James ’69 1967 Bender, William ’68 Blake, Jeffrey ’70 Brookshire, Robert ’69 Brophy, Donald ’69 Burd, Keith ’70 Busa, Michael ’69 Carey, William ’69 DeBary, Paul ’68 Domres, Martin ’69 Duboff, Daniel ’70 Feddock, John ’69 Furillo, Frank ’70 Hammers, Lynwood ’70 Herlz, Andrew ’68 (M) Hubert, Donald ’68 (C) Isom, J. William ’68 Jones, Naythania ’70 Marsella, Richard ’69 McGuire, Walter ’69 O’Connor, James ’69 Reed, Thomas ’68 (C) Reeves, Glen ’68 Rose, Richard ’69 Sattel, Robert ’68 Siegel, Edward ’68 (M) Stathis, Peter ’68 Taddey, Anthony ’68 Tarrington, Ronald ’69 Wascura, James ’70 Wazevich, William ’70 White, John ’68 Witt, Paul ’68 Wojculewski, Richard ’69 1967 Lightweights Alloy, James ’69 Biederman, Michael ’68 Chorba, Carl ’70 Coates, Harry ’68 Colby, Christopher ’70 Gens, Robert ’69 Kline, Thomas ’68 Martin, James ’68 (C) Mclntosh, Thomas ’70 Mikesell, Michael ’69 Nagy, John ’69 Rosenblatt, Ronald ’69 Sisskind, Mitchell ’68 Sonda, Paul ’68 Suttenberg, Gary ’70 Sweeney, David ’70 Szumilas, Ronald ’70 Ward, Conley ’69 1968 Alexander, Kenneth ’70 Alexander, Richard ’70 Baum, Douglas ’70 (M) Blake, Jeffrey ’70 Boczkowski, William ’71 Brookshire, Robert ’69 Brown, Kevin ’71 Burd, Keith ’70 Burlingame, Paul ’70 Busa, Michael ’69 (C) Carey, William ’69 Domres, Martin ’69 Feddock, John ’69 Furillo, Frank ’70

Glassroth, Jeffery ’69 Hackett, Robert ’71 Malley, Arthur ’70 Marsella, Richard ’69 O’Connor, James ’69 Otsuji, Gary ’69 Passow, Michael ’70 (M) Ramsey, Spencer ’71 Reed, William ’71 Rose, Richard ’69 Ryan, David ’72 Shane, Michael ’71 Stalgaitis, George ’71 Tarrington, Ronald ’69 (C) Topich, Joseph ’70 Wascura, James ’70 Wazevich, William ’70 Werner, Robert ’69 Wojculewski, Richard ’69 1968 Lightweights Alico, John ’69 Bickers, John ’71 Brooker, Richard ’71 Cann, William ’71 Coppo, Richard ’69 Cowan, Spencer ’70 Cunningham, Bruce ’69 Dark, Dean ’69 Fromer, Carl ’71 Gens, Robert ’69 (C) Kuntze, Alan ’71 Lecce, Carl ’71 Leonard, James ’69 Lombardo, James ’71 Lynch, Dean ’71 McCullough, Robert ’69 Randel, James ’71 Sanderson, Richard ’71 Schenk, Lawrence ’71 Szumilas, Ronald ’70 Valuk, Michael ’71 1969 Alexander, Kenneth ’70 (C) Alexander, Richard ’70 (C) Archer, Craig ’70 Baum, Douglas ’70 (M) Blake, Jeffrey ’70 Brown, Kevin ’71 Courtney, Kevin ’72 Daurio, John ’72 Flynn, William ’72 Fuller, Bennett ’72 Furillo, Frank ’70 Hall, James ’71 Hammers, Lynwood ’70 Johnson, Charles ’72 Johnson, Ronald ’70 Jones, Michael ’72 Laughinghouse, Charles ’72 Malley, Arthur ’70 Miller, Edward ’72 Pyszczymucha, Michael ’71 Ramsey, Spencer ’71 Reed, William ’71 Romanosky, James ’72 Sefcik, John ’72 Shane, Michael ’71 Starke, George ’71 Suchy, Frederick ’70 Sweeney, Terrence ’70 Topich, Joseph ’70 Wascura, James ’70 Wazevich, William ’70 Wiginton, James ’70 Wroe, Robert ’71 Zawadzkas, Michael ’72

1969 Lightweights Baker, Richard ’70 Bartolf, Michael ’71 Bickers, John ’71 Brooker, Richard ’71 (C) Cleary, Thomas ’72 Cowan, Spencer ’70 Dudzinski, Eugene ’70 Eyestone, Thomas ’71 Fereday, Jeffrey ’72 Gens, Donald ’72 Goetz, Ernest ’71 Goodman, Joel ’72 Grasso, Vincent ’72 Krumme, Robert ’72 Lecce, Carl ’71 Lombardo, James ’71 MacDonald, John ’71 Nowe, David ’72 Olson, Kim ’72 Randel, James ’71 Richmond, John ’70 Sanderson, Richard ’71 Surgen, John ’71 Szumilas, Ronald ’70 Tang, Robert ’71 Troisi, Ralph ’72 Valuk, Michael ’71 Verhoff, David ’71 1970 Assaf, Ricardo ’73 Baker, Herbert ’73 Brion, Lawrence ’74 Buttitta, Frank ’73 Callanan, James ’73 Courtney, Kevin ’72 Curtis, John ’73 Daurio, John ’72 Dermody, Francis ’73 Dunn, Edward ’73 Hackett, Robert ’71 Hurley, Thomas ’73 Jackson, Donald ’73 Johnson, Charles ’72 Jones, Michael ’72 Kaliades, Paul ’73 Leondis, John ’73 Luciani, Thomas ’74 McKenzie, Max ’73 Miller, Edward ’72 Nelson, Leonard ’72 (M) Parks, Jesse ’73 Pyszczymucha, Michael ’71 (C) Ramsey, Spencer ’71 (C) Reed, William ’71 Ryan, David ’72 Sefcik, John ’72 Shane, Michael ’71 Sharkey, Patrick ’73 Shreve, Shannon ’73 Smith, Terrence ’73 Starke, George ’71 Wroe, Robert ’71 1970 Lighweights Bartolf, Michael ’71 Bickers, John ’71 Brest, Christopher ’72 Brooker, Richard ’71 (C) Cleary, Thomas ’72 Eyestone, Thomas ’71 Feher, Lawrence ’71 Gardner, Robert ’73 Goetz, Ernest ’71 Gonzalez, Julius ’73 Goodman, Joel ’72

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Grasso, Vincent ’72 Krumme, Robert ’72 Lecce, Carl ’71 Llorca, Manuel ’71 Lubin, Mark ’73 MacDonald, John ’71 McGregor, Bruce ‘73 Moore, John ’73 Mott, Thomas ’73 Preschel, Lewis ’71 Randel, James ’71 Richmond, John ’70 Setogawa, Aaron ’73 Surgen, John ’71 (C) Valuk, Michael ’71 1971 Arbeznik, Gary ’73 Assaf, Ricardo ’73 Barthell, Burley ’73 (M) Charon, Eugene ’73 Courtney, Kevin ’72 Cummings, Robert ’74 Curtis, John ’73 Daurio, John ’72 Dermody, Francis ’73 Dukes, Robert ’72 Dunn, Edward ’73 Evans, Michael ’74 Georges, George ’74 Gregory, Theodore ’74 Howland, Steven ’73 Hurley, Thomas ’73 Jackson, Donald ’73 Johnson, Charles ’72 (C) Jones, Michael ’72 Kaliades, Paul ’73 Klingerman, David ’73 Leondis, John ’73 Luciani, Thomas ’74 McKenzie, Max ’73 Miller, Edward ’72 Nelson, Leonard ’72 (M) Parks, Jesse ’73 Ryan, David ’72 Sefcik, John ’72 (C) Sharkey, Patrick ’73 Shreve, Shannon ’73 Smith, Terrence ’73 1971 Lighweights Anderson, Arne ’74 Boyle, Robert ’73 Brest, Christopher ’72 Butler, John ’73 Cleary, Thomas ’72 (C) Giantassio, Joseph ’74 Grasso, Vincent ’72 (C) Hanrahan, Michael ’74 Hendershaw, William ’73 Holder, Eric ’73 lassogna, Robert ’73 Johnson, Garrett ’73 Lubin, Mark ’73 Malmberg, John ’74 McCleary, Gary ’74 McGregor, Bruce ‘73 Moore, John ’73 Perniciaro, Richard ’74 Sims, Steven ’73 Young, Donny ’74 1972 Arbeznik, Gary ’73 Assaf, Ricardo ’73 Baker, Herbert ’73 Barthell, Burley ’73 (M)

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Bodnar, Harry ’75 Callanan, James ’73 Charon, Eugene ’73 Curtis, John ’73 Dermody, Francis ’73 Dunn, Edward ’73 Erickson, Glenn ’74 Evans, Michael ’74 Georges, George ’74 Green, Louis ’73 Gregory, Theodore ’74 Harding, John ’73 Hurley, Thomas ’73 Irish, William ’73 Jackson, Donald ’73 (C) Kaliades, Paul ’73 (C) Klingerman, David ’73 Lane, Peter ’73 Leondis, John ’73 Mailman, Mitchell ’75 (M) McKenzie, Max ’73 Michael, Edward ’73 Noble, Stephen ’75 Parks, Jesse ’73 Rodriguez, Jorge ’75 Sanchy, Jerome ’74 Sharkey, Patrick ’73 Smith, Desmond ’74 Smith, Glen ’75 Smith, Terrence ’73 Swain, Albert ’73 Telep, Michael ’75 Woods, Stephen ’73 1972 Lighweights Anderson, Arne ’74 Butler, Carlton ’74 Butler, John ’73 Carriero, Joseph ’75 Flores, Raymond ’73 Grossman, Daniel ’73 Hanrahan, Michael ’74 Holder, Eric ’73 Johnson, Garrett ’73 Mason, Ronald ’75 McGregor, Bruce ‘73 (C) Mekras, John ’76 Milano, Dominick ’76 Moore, John ’73 (C) Mott, Thomas ’73 Nunez, Domingo ’76 Raimondo, Lee ’76 Sims, Steven ’73 (C) Sugimoto, Jeffrey ’75 Wright, Kenneth R. ’73 Wright, Kenneth B. ’74 Young, Donny ’74 1973 Bodnar, Harry ’75 Brion, Lawrence ’74 Brown, Frank ’76 Creeden, Kevin ’75 Crowley, Michael ’75 Cummings, Geoffrey ’75 Cummings, Richard ’75 Delaney, Michael ’76 Evans, Michael ’74 (C) Georges, George ’74 Gisolfi, Rudy ’75 Gregory, Theodore ’74 (C) Jackson, Douglas ’76 Jenkins, Phillip ’76 Kirin, Bruce ’75 Klanac, T. Rocky ’76 Mailman, Mitchell ’75 (M) Mondor, Paul ’74 Noble, Stephen ’75 Rantala, Mark ’74

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Rodriguez, Jorge ’75 Sanchy, Jerome ’74 Sorrels, Barry ’75 Telep, Michael ’75 Tomasek, George ’75 Trowbridge, Randolph ’76 Valentine, Dwight ’75 Van Amson, George ’74 Ward, Kevin ’74 Wazevich, Robert ’75 Wilson, Vincent ’75 Yeager, Michael ’76 1973 Lightweights Allen, Jeffrey ’77 Anderson, Arne ’74 (C) Diczok, Richard ’74 Duffy, James ’74 Featherstun, Donald ’75 Ferraris, Garry ’74 Geanuracos, James ’76 Getty, David ’76 Harris, Russell ’76 Herlihy, Thomas ’75 Johnson, Garrett ’73 (C) Kahn, Perry ’76 McCleary, Gary ’74 Mekras, John ’76 Mitchell, Briane ’76 Myers, Charles ’77 O’Neill, Sean ’75 Perniciaro, Richard ’74 Raimondo, Lee ’76 Rodstrom, John ’74 Stein, Jeffrey ’75 Sugimoto, Jeffrey ’75 Vassalo, Joseph ’75 Young, Donny ’74 1974 Backus, Edward ’77 Berquist, James ’76 Berry, Kevin ’76 Bodnar, Harry ’75 Brown, Frank ’76 Creeden, Kevin ’75 Cummings, Geoffrey ’75 Cummings, Richard ’75 (C) Delaney, Michael ’76 Galasky, Steven ’76 Gisolfi, Rudy ’75 Gregory, Kenneth ’77 Guerra, Adolph ’76 Hansen, Michael ’77 Hillenbrand, Charles ’77 Hollinger, Keith ’76 Horton, William ’76 Jackson, Douglas ’76 Jenkins, Phillip ’76 Joseph, Mark ’76 Kayworth, Timothy ’77 Kelleher, James ’76 Kirin, Bruce ’75 Klanac, T. Rocky ’76 Kuperman, Gilad ’77 (M) Lussier, Alfred ’75 McAvoy, David ’77 Noble, Stephen ’75 Rahamin, Rafael ’76 Rios, Jose ’75 Schuchts, Robert ’77 Smith, Glen ’75 Sorrels, Barry ’75 Telep, Michael ’75 (C) Tomasek, George ’75 Towler, Timothy ’77 Trowbridge, Randolph ’76 Tryforos, James ’76 Valentine, Dwight ’75

Watson, Robert ’76 Wazevich, Robert ’75 Yeager, Michael ’76 1974 Lightweights Bastyr, Edward ’76 Bilianis, Peter ’77 Blackwood, Roland ’77 Campbell, Scott ’77 Catania, Joseph ’78 Featherstun, Donald ’75 Getty, David ’76 Herlihy, Thomas ’75 Kahn, Perry ’76 Kelly, Phillip ’77 Luther, David ’76 McHugh, Kevin ’78 Mekras, John ’76 Milliaressis, D. ’77 Mitchell, Briane ’76 Nunez, Domingo ’76 Perniciaro, Richard ’74 Pimm, Robert ’78 Raimondo, Lee ’76 (C) Schnader, JeHrey ’75 Stein, Jeffrey ’75 Sugimoto, Jeffrey ’75 (C) Van Adzin, Alexis ’75 Vassalo, Joseph ’75 Weitzel, Richard ’77 1975 Aroney, Michael ’77 Backus, Edward ’77 Berquist, James ’76 Berry, Kevin ’76 Bressman, Robert ’76 Brown, Frank ’76 Bruno, James ’76 Combs, Kirk ’78 Delaney, Michael ’76 (C) Elliott, Stephen ’78 Fischer, Martin ’78 Galasky, Steven ’76 Garland, John ’77 Gastler, John ’78 Gatti, Joseph ’76 Gilhuly, Kevin ’78 Gregory, Kenneth ’77 Guerra, Adolph ’76 Hillenbrand, Charles ’77 Hollinger, Keith ’76 Horton, William ’76 Jackson, Douglas ’76 Jacobyansky, Francis ’76 Jenkins, Phillip ’76 Joseph, Mark ’76 Kelleher, James ’76 Kirchman, Kevin ’78 Kuperman, Gilad ’77 (M) Masso, Thomas ’77 McAvoy, David ’77 McKeon, Robert ’78 Rahamin, Rafael ’76 Stephens, Bruce ’78 Towler, Timothy ’77 Trowbridge, Randolph ’76 Tryforos, James ’76 Vanek, Stephen ’78 Watson, Robert ’76 Wojciechowski, Mark ’76 Yeager, Michael ’76 (C) 1975 Lightweights Bastyr, Edward ’76 Beller, Peter ’77 Blackwood, Roland ’77 Bullock, James ’79

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Bustamante, Gabriel ’79 Campbell, Scott ’77 Consolini, Gildo ’78 Edwards, Barry ’78 Feneck, John ’79 Getty, David ’76 (C) Gutowski, Peter ’78 Gutowski, Thomas ’76 Haggerty, John ’78 Hopwood, Richard ’79 Jarrett, Robert ’78 Kelly, Phillip ’77 King, James ’77 Mekras, John ’76 (C) Milliaressis, D. ’77 Newman, John ’78 Nishizaka, Sumio ’77 Pickering, John ’78 Pimm, Robert ’78 Rice, Gregory ’76 Smithy, William ’77 Stein, Jeffrey ’75 Vezos, George ’77 Winum, Paul ’77 1976 Aroney, Michael ’77 Backus, Edward ’77 (C) Buchholz, William ’79 Burns, Kevin ’78 Chapman, David ’79 Clark, Keith ’78 Combs, Kirk ’78 Elliott, Andrew ’79 Ellis, George ’79 Fischer, Martin ’78 Fitzpatrick, Gerard ’79 Garland, John ’77 Gastler, John ’78 Gavelda, John ’79 Gilhuly, Kevin ’78 Gregory, Kenneth ’77 Guarneri, Louis ’77 Hillenbrand, Charles ’77 Kayworth, Timothy ’77 Kearns, Kevin ’78 Kelly, John ’79 Kuperman, Gilad ’77 (M) Masso, Thomas ’77 McAvoy, David ’77 (C) McCormick, Paul ’78 Neal, Michael ’77 Pulsinelli, Arthur ’79 Schuchts, Robert ’77 Spinosa, David ’78 Stephens, Bruce ’78 Sullivan, Frederick ’79 Towler, Timothy ’77 Vanek, Stephen ’78 Witherspoon, Richard ’79 1976 Lightweights Beller, Peter ’77 Blackwood, Roland ’77 Bustamante, Gabriel ’79 Campbell, Scott ’77 Espinosa, Michael ’77 Feneck, John ’79 Garcia, Manuel ’79 Haggerty, John ’78 Hopwood, Richard ’79 Jarrett, Robert ’78 Kelly, Phillip ’77 King, James ’77 Layman, Harry ’79 Markwalter, Arthur ’77 Mikaelian, Richard ’77

Milliaressis, D. ’77 (C) Morris, Henry ’78 Myers, Charles ’77 Newman, John ’78 Nishizaka, Sumio ’77 Pimm, Robert ’78 Smithy, William ’77 (C) Stein, Jeffrey ’75 (C) Weitzel, Richard ’77 Yacos, Phillip ’80 Yancopolous, George ’80 1977 Bagley, Parker ’79 Biaggi, Mario ’80 Blattman, Eric ’80 Boran, James ’79 Brown, Michael ’80 Buchholz, William ’79 Burns, Kevin ’78 Chapman, David ’79 Cicco, Martin ’78 Ciulla, Joseph ’80 Combs, Kirk ’78 Cook, Kevin ’79 Elliott, Andrew ’79 Elliott, Stephen ’78 (C) Fischer, Martin ’78 (C) FitzGerald, Shawn ’80 Fitzpatrick, Gerard ’79 Gastler, John ’78 (C) Gilhuly, Kevin ’78 Hall, John ’80 Kaminski, Victor ’79 Kearns, Kevin ’78 Kelly, John ’79 Kuhn, Richard ’78 Malovetz, Jeffrey ’79 McCormick, Paul ’78 (C) McGraw, Michael ’79 McKeon, Robert ’78 McNiel, Roger ’79 O’Connor, Paul ’79 O’Hagan, Brian ’80 Pinnock, David ’80 Pulsinelli, Arthur ’79 Sabatelle, Angelo ’80 Sosiak, Bohdan ’79 Spinosa, David ’78 Stephens, Bruce ’78 Stoner, Geoffrey ’80 Stukes, Raymond ’80 Sullivan, Frederick ’79 Vanek, Stephen ’78 Wick, Harold ’79 Witherspoon, Richard ’79 1978 Bagley, Parker ’79 Biaggi, Mario ’80 Biondi, Lawrence ’80 Blattman, Eric ’80 Boran, James ’79 Britt, Patrick ’79 Brown, Michael ’80 Buchholz, William ’79 Burgman, Robert ’79 Cannon, Sean ’81 Chapman, David ’79 Ciulla, Joseph ’80 Cook, Kevin ’79 Elliott, Andrew ’79 FitzGerald, Shawn ’80 Fitzpatrick, Gerard ’79 Gillespie, Scott ’80 Hachey, David ’79 Haskins, Robert ’81 Kaminski, Victor ’79 Kelly, John ’79 Kelly, Michael ’79

McGraw, Michael ’79 (C) Moffie, Calvin ’79 Murphy, Stephen ’79 O’Connor, Paul ’79 O’Hagan, Brian ’80 Palmer, Wayne ’79 Pelusi, James ’79 Pinnock, David ’80 Pulsinelli, Arthur ’79 (C) Quadri, Richard ’81 Stoner, Geoffrey ’80 Stukes, Raymond ’80 Sullivan, Frederick ’79 Taussig, Ronald ’79 Witherspoon, Richard ’79 Young, Henry ’81 1979 Ahern, Scott ’80 Biaggi, Mario ’80 Biondi, Lawrence ’80 Blattman, Eric ’80 Brown, Michael ’80 Brunori, Ralph ’81 Cabrera, Joseph ’82 Cannon, Sean ’81 Ciulla, Joseph ’80 Conroy, Robert ’81 Cregg, Robert ’80 Cromwick, David ’80 D’Arcy, Sean ’81 Dattaro, Janet ’82BC (M) Donley, William ’81 Epling, William ’81 FitzGerald, Shawn ’80 Fleming, Daniel ’80 Gillespie, Scott ’80 Haskins, Robert ’81 Jones, Clayton ’81 Josephs, Enrique ’81 LaRocca, Charles ’80 Lockamy, Dexter ’80 McAvoy, Daniel ’80 McCarthy, Stephen ’80 McNally, Thomas ’82 McNamara, Thomas ’80 Mickens, Randy ’82 Murzic, William ’80 Nevitt, Thomas ’82 O’Hagan, Brian ’80 (C) Pelini, Vincent ’82 Quadri, Richard ’81 Riordan, Michael ’80 Robertson, Harold ’81 Ruzika, Richard ’81 Sabatelle, Angelo ’80 Sages, Patrick ’81 Seaman, Kent ’80 Shorey, Kevin ’81 Stoner, Geoffrey ’80 (C) Stukes, Raymond ’80 Sydnor, Rodney ’82 Wagner, Joseph ’81 Wallace, Stephen ’82 Walsh, Mark ’81 Whittemore, Gary ’80 1980 Brunori, Ralph ’81 Cabrera, Joseph ’82 Cannon, Sean ’81 (C) Casali, Louis ’81 Cockrell, Kieth ’83 Coleman, Timothy ’83 Conroy, Robert ’81 Costello, Maureen ’81BC (M) Craddock, Jay ’81 D’Arcy, Sean ’81 Dattaro, Janet ’82BC (M) Davin, James ’83 Donley, William ’81 Epling, William ’81

Fry, Gregory ’82 Gennaro, Gregory ’82 Gresky, Scott ’81 Haskins, Robert ’81 Jones, Clayton ’81 Josephs, Enrique ’81 (C) Lovric, Miroslav ’83 McNally, Thomas ’82 Meininger, Christian ’82 Monteith, Steven ’82 Nabhan, Gregg ’83 Ogiste, Lance ’81 Pelini, Vincent ’82 Powell, James ’83 Pritchard, James ’82 Quadri, Richard ’81 Rielly, William ’83 Robertson, Harold ’81 Rowell, David ’82 Ruzika, Richard ’81 Sages, Patrick ’81 Scavina, Michael ’83 Senick, James ’81 Shorey, Kevin ’81 Trivits, Glen ’81 Tryforos, Thomas ’81 Vota, John ’82 Wagner, Joseph ’81 Wallace, Stephen ’82 Walsh, Mark ’81 Wenick, Mark ’81 Witherspoon, James ’83 Zimmerman, William ’81 1981 Cabrera, Joseph ’82 Coleman, Timothy ’83 Crotty, David ’82 Davin, James ’83 Donovan, Joseph ’82 Fry, Gregory ’82 Gable, Arthur ’82 Gil, John ’83 Hite, John ’83 Holoka, Thomas ’83 Jenkins, Christopher ’83 Kiely, Timothy ’82 Lewis, Donald ’84 Lincoln, Mark ’82 Lindgren, Douglas ’84 Lovric, Miroslav ’83 Mangiarotti, Edward ’84 McHale, James ’84 McNally, Thomas ’82 (C) Meininger, Christian ’82 Mickens, Randy ’82 Monteith, Steven ’82 Motosko, Charles ’82 Nabhan, Gregg ’83 Nevitt, Thomas ’82 Norton, Thomas ’83 O’Connor, Daniel ’82 Pash, Robert ’83 Pelini, Vincent ’82 (C) Peters, Jeffrey ’82 Powell, James ’83 Pritchard, James ’82 Reggio, William ’84 Rowell, David ’82 Scavina, Michael ’83 Vota, John ’82 Wallace, Stephen ’82 Witherspoon, James ’83 Witkowski, John ’84 1982 Adams, Kirk ’85 Barreiro, Edward ’85 Bow, Thomas ’83 Bozzo, Michael ’84 Coleman, Timothy ’83 Davin, James ’83 (C)

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Dill, Eric ’85 Gallagher, Betsy ’84BC (M) Gay, Thomas ’85 Gil, John ’83 Goldman, Michael ’84 Hite, John ’83 Holoka, Thomas ’83 Innamorato, Donald ’83 Jenkins, Christopher ’83 Leone, Peter ’83 Lewis, Donald ’84 Lindgren, Douglas ’84 Lovric, Miroslav ’83 Mambuca, Frank ’85 Mangiarotti, Edward ’84 McHale, James ’84 Molinelli, Bruce ’84 Moynihan, Michael ’85 Myers, Paul ’85 Nabhan, Gregg ’83 Norton, Thomas ’83 Oprisch, Karl ’84 Oschal, James ’83 Pash, Robert ’83 Pegel, Robert ’84 Philibin, Daniel ’84 Powell, James ’83 Reggio, William ’84 Samuelson, Thomas ’84 Scavina, Michael ’83 (C) Smith, Daniel ’84 Upperco, Daniel 85 Witherspoon, James ’83 Witkowski, John ’84 1983 Adams, Kirk ’85 Barreiro, Edward ’85 Bozzo, Michael ’84 (C) Brown, Kristen ’87BC (M) Cavalli, Richard ’86 Cervantes, Winslow ’86 Conlon, John ’85 Cory, Richard ’84 Denmeade, Samuel ’85 Dill, Eric ’85 Francesconi, Michael ’86 Gallagher, Betsy ’84BC (M) Genova, Leonard ’85 Goldman, Michael ’84 Grambo, William ’84 Guth, Christopher ’86 Latran, Greg ’84 Lewis, Donald ’84 Lichtenberg, Vincent ’86 Mambuca, Frank ’85 Mangiarotti, Edward ’84 Mazzarini, Anthony ’85 Milam, Mark ’86 Mitchell, Darryl ’85 Molinelli, Bruce ’84 Moynihan, Michael ’85 Myers, Paul ’85 Nickerson, David ’87 Oprisch, Karl ’84 Reggio, William ’84 Samuelson, Thomas ’84 Santos, Henry ’86 Scopelliti, Drew ’84 Silo, Lawrence ’84 Smith, Daniel ’84 Strack, William ’86 Upperco, Daniel 85 Walsh, Lawrence ’86 Wiseman, Todd ’85 Witkowski, John ’84 (C) 1984 Adams, Kirk ’85 Barber, Matthew ’87 Barr, Matthew ’87 Barreiro, Edward ’85

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Beatrice, John ’85 Bonerbo, Thomas ’86 Bossolina, Joseph ’84 Cavalli, Richard ’86 Cervantes, Winslow ’86 Chase, Christopher ’86 Chirico, John ’87 Conlon, John ’85 Denmeade, Samuel ’85 Dill, Eric ’85 Fitzgibbons, Denis ’86 Flick, William ’87 Francesconi, Michael ’86 Garrett, John ’87 Genova, Leonard ’85 (C) Guth, Christopher ’86 Hartz, Ronald ’87 Henderson, James ’85 Herbst, Christopher ’86 Hicks, William ’87 Johnston, Thomas ’87 Mambuca, Frank ’85 Mazzarini, Anthony ’85 Milam, Mark ’86 Morgan, Evan ’85 Moynihan, Michael ’85 Murphy, Peter ’86 Myers, Paul ’85 Novotnak, Michael ’85 Pennywell, John ’87 Plaisted, John ’87 Policastro, Joseph ’87 Porter, James ’87 Raketich, Mark ’85 Riga, Christopher ’87 Santos, Henry ’86 Smith, Scott ’86 Snyder, Wayne ’86 Strack, William ’86 Townley, Kevin ’85 Tucci, Kyle ’85 Tulevech, Charles ’85 Tutrone, Anthony ’86 Upperco, Daniel 85 Walsh, Lawrence ’86 1985 Alletto, Lawrence ’87 Barber, Matthew ’87 Barr, Matthew ’87 Barreto, Alfredo ’86 Botich, Danile ’87 Burrs, Al ’86 Cavalli, Richard ’86 Cervantes, Winslow ’86 Charlton, Bradford ’86 Chase, Christopher ’86 Chirico, John ’87 Degati, Joseph ’86 Doyle, Michael ’88 Flaherty, Robert ’87 Fondran, Greg ’87 Foote, Dan ’86 Foss, Mark ’87 Garcia, Raul ’86 Gonzalez, Gregory ’87 Guth, Christopher ’86 Hill, Homer ’88 Johnston, Thomas ’87 Kravitz, Steven ’86 Leone, Nicholas ’88 McLaughlin, Michael ’88 Milam, Mark ’86 Miller, John ’88 Mosior, Richard ’86 Pennywell, John ’87 Plaisted, John ’87 Policastro, Joseph ’87 Porter, James ’87 Rempe, Gary ’87 Riga, Christopher ’87 Ryan, Denis ’87

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San Filippo, Paul ’88 Santos, Henry ’86 Savini, Durc ’89 Smith, Scott ’86 Snyder, Wayne ’86 Sodl, Matt ’88 Strack, William ’86 (C) Suber, Ronald ’87 Thaw, Mitchell ’86 Townley, Kevin ’85 Tutrone, Anthony ’86 Walsh, Lawrence ’86 Williamson, John ’88 1986 Alex, John ’89 Alletto, Lawrence ’87 Barber, Matthew ’87 Barr, Matthew ’87 Bissinger, Michael ’88 Boland, Robert ’87 Botich, Danile ’87 Brown, Terry ’89 Childers, Paul ’89 Chirico, John ’87 Davis, Peter ’89 Della Pietra, Christopher ’89 Fondran, Greg ’87 Fox, Matthew ’89 Fusco, Philip ’88 Gianfrancisco, George ’88 Gonzalez, Alfred ’87 Haynie, Walter ’89 Hicks, William ’87 Hill, Homer ’88 Johnston, Thomas ’87 Leone, Nicholas ’88 Loflin, Dan ’89 McGee, William ’89 Miller, John ’88 Natola, Anthony ’88 O’Connell, Brian ’89 Pagley, Thomas ’87 Pennywell, John ’87 Pietkiewicz, Michael ’89 Pitkin, Jason ’87 Policastro, Joseph ’87 Pollard, Alfred ’89 Putelo, David ’88 Radi, Charles ’89 Rempe, Gary ’87 Riga, Christopher ’87 (C) Ruddy, Kirk ’89 Rush, William ’89 Ryan, Patricia ’89CC (M) San Filippo, Paul ’88 Seybold, Bennie ’89 Sharkey, John ’89 Sodl, Matt ’88 Suber, Ronald ’87 Taylor, James ’89 Zielinski, Mark ’89 1987 Alex, John ’89 Assiff, Matthew ’89 Barnett, Bartley ’90 Bissinger, Michael ’88 (C) Brown, Terry ’89 Buitekant, Scott ’90 Byerly, Brent ’90 Childers, Paul ’89 Chin, Joseph ’89 D’Angelo, Joseph ’88 Dasbach, Kurt ’88 Davis, Peter ’89 Della Pietra, Christopher ’89 DeRose, John ’90 Elliott, Terry ’90 Fox, Matthew ’89 Fusco, Philip ’88 Gianfrancisco, George ’88

Giannini, Robert ’89 Giffords, Hugh ’88 Glenn, Andrew ’90 Haynie, Walter ’89 Holt, Michael ’90 Johnson, Erik ’90 Kalyan, Ronald ’90 Konovalchik, Christopher ’90 Lavelle, Michael ’88 Leone, Nicholas ’88 Less, Matthew ’90 Lester, Tom ’87 Loflin, Dan ’89 McCormick, Brad ’90 McGee, William ’89 Miller, John ’88 Myott, Paul ’90 Natola, Anthony ’88 Paschall, Robert ’90 Paul, Rodney ’89 Pollard, Alfred ’89 Pollard, Matthew ’90 Putelo, David ’88 Rancilio, Lawrence ’90 Ritter, Richard ’88 Robinson, John ’89 Ryan, Patricia ’89CC (M) San Filippo, Paul ’88 Savini, Durc ’89 Seery, Tracy ’90 Seidewand, Michael ’89 Seybold, Bennie ’89 Sharkey, John ’89 Sodl, Matt ’88 Strage, Jennifer ’89BC (M) Taylor, James ’89 Tomasi, Paul ’90 Wright, Sean ’88 Zielinski, Mark ’89 Zielinski, Stephen ’90 1988 Abbruzzese, Gregory ’92 Abney, George ’91 Alex, John ’89 (C) Anastasio, Michael ‘90 Assiff, Matthew ’89 Bakkila, Christopher ’91 Barnett, Bartley ’90 Bess, R. Shay ’91 Broussard, Stanley ’91 Brown, Terry ’89 Byerly, Brent ’90 Carter, Hector ’91 Childers, Paul ’89 Comstock, Gary ’91 Davis, Peter ’89 Della Pietra, Christopher ’89 DeSimone, John ’91 Elliott, Terry ’90 Ewing, Floyd ’91 Fell, Anne ’91BC (M) Fox, Matthew ’89 Giannini, Robert ’89 Holt, Michael ’90 Hull, Michael ’92 Johnson, Solomon ’92 Kalyan, Ronald ’90 Kassem, Nabil ’91 Konovalchik, Christopher ’90 Less, Matthew ’90 Loflin, Dan ’89 Loya, E. Javier ’91 Maxy, Ralph ’90 Mayhew, Bruce ’91 McCormick, Brad ’90 McGee, William ’89 Milne, Lisa ’91BC (M) Murray, Michael ’91 Paschall, Robert ’90 Paul, Rodney ’89 Pollard, Alfred ’89

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Pollard, Matthew ’90 Powless, Wayne ’91 Pyle, Michael ’90 Reed, Christopher ’90 Savini, Durc ’89 Schneidau, T. Rodger ’91 Seery, Tracy ’90 Seidewand, Michael ’89 Seybold, Bennie ’89 Strage, Jennifer ’89BC (M) Takvor, Edward ’90 Taylor, James ’89 Tomasi, Paul ’90 Vomvolakis, John ’91 Wahl, Valerie ’91BC (M) Walsh, William ‘89 Whitelock, Christopher ’91 Zielinski, Mark ’89 Zinkil, Edward ’91 1989 Abbattista, Steven ’92 Abbruzzese, Gregory ’92 Anastasio, Michael ‘90 Angiolillo, Justin ’92 Barnett, Bartley ’90 (C) Beck, Matthew ’92 Bernard, Richard ’92 Bess, R. Shay ’91 Broussard, Stanley ’91 Buitekant, Scott ’90 Burke, William ’92 Byerly, Brent ’90 Carter, Hector ’91 Clearfield, Joseph ’92 Cochran, Quinn ’91 Comstock, Gary ’91 Daine, James ’92 Davis, John ’90 DeAngelo, Jonathan ’92 DeRose, John ’90 DeSimone, John ’91 Dimitroff, Charles ’92 Elliott, Terry ’90 Ewing, Floyd ’91 Feren, Sean ’92 Finestone, Darren ’91 Griffith, Jason ’92 Hernandez, Ashley ’90 High, Robert ’92 Hill, Scott ’91 Hodapp, Michael ’90 Holt, Michael ’90 Jackson, William ’92 Johnson, Jay Don ’92 Johnson, Solomon ’92 Kalyan, Ronald ’90 Kassem, Nabil ’91 Kauderer, James ’91 Kent, Robert ’92 Less, Matthew ’90 Little, Charles ’92 Loya, E. Javier ’91 Loya, Mario ’92 Maxy, Ralph ’90 Mayhew, Bruce ’91 McCormick, Brad ’90 Milne, Lisa ’91BC (M) Murray, Michael ’91 Paschall, Robert ’90 Policastro, Anthony ’92 Pollard, Matthew ’90 Powless, Wayne ’91 Rancilio, Lawrence ’90 Reed, Christopher ’90 Seery, Tracy ’90 Snyder, Galen ’91 Takvor, Edward ’90 Tomasi, Paul ’90 Wahl, Valerie ’91BC (M) Walcott, Robert ’92 Wall, Daniel ’92

Zinkil, Edward ’91 1990 Abbattista, Steven ’92 Abbruzzese, Gregory ’92 Bakkila, Christopher ’91 Beck, Matthew ’92 Bernard, Richard ’92 Boccafola, Thomas ’92 Broussard, Stanley ’91 Calcagno, Joseph ’93 Cicero, Frank ’92 Clearfield, Joseph ’92 Cochran, Quinn ’91 Comstock, Gary ’91 Coughlin, John ’93 DeSimone, John ’91 Dimitroff, Charles ’92 Ewing, Floyd ’91 Feren, Sean ’92 Hayes, Kenneth ’93 Hill, Scott ’91 Hull, Michael ’92 Hutton, Bradley ’92 Johnson, Jay Don ’92 Kasprzak, Gary ’93 Kauderer, James ’91 Kent, Robert ’92 Lafferty, Dennis ’93 Loya, E. Javier ’91 Loya, Mario ’92 Mayhew, Bruce ’91 (C) Milne, Lisa ’91BC (M) Murray, Michael ’91 O’Connor, Kiernan ’92 Passaro, Peter ’92 Pennartz, Bryan ’92 Policastro, Anthony ’92 Pollowitz, Gregory ’92 Powless, Wayne ’91 Robinson, Kevin ’93 Sardo, Michael ’93 Snyder, Galen ’91 (C) Spivey, K. Scott ’93 Stanley, Timothy ’91 Steele, Chad ’92 Thompson, Matthew ’93 Tribolet, John ’92 Wahl, Valerie ’91BC (M) Walcott, Robert ’92 Wall, Daniel ’92 Werthman, Desmond ’93 Zinkil, Edward ’91 1991 Abbattista, Steven ’92 Abbruzzese, Gregory ’92 Andrzejewski, Chad ’94 Armstrong, Patrick ’94 Beck, Matthew ’92 Bernard, Richard ’92 Blair, Casey ’94 Boccafola, Thomas ’92 Brenders, Richard ’94 Burke, William ’92 Calveric, Mark ’94 Coughlin, John ’93 Daine, James ’92 Dimitroff, Charles ’92 (C) Doolittle Jason ’93 Eggleston, Robert ’92 Feren, Sean ’92 Hawkes, Timothy ’94 Hayes, Kenneth ’93 Hill, Joseph, Jr. ’94 Hull, Michael ’92 Hutton, Bradley ’92 (C) Jennings, John ’94 Johnson, Solomon ’92 Kail, Danny ’94 Kasprzak, Gary ’93 Kent, Robert ’92

Kirschner, Kent ’94 Lafferty, Dennis ’93 Loya, Mario ’92 Luse, David ’94 Marconi, Alberto ’93 O’Connor, Kiernan ’92 Pennartz, Bryan ’92 Policastro, Anthony ’92 Pollowitz, Gregory ’92 Robinson, Kevin ’93 Sardo, Michael ’93 Spivey, K. Scott ’93 Steele, Chad ’92 Streem, Matthew ’93 Tribolet, John ’92 Walcott, Robert ’92 Wall, Daniel ’92 Werthman, Desmond ’93 Williams, Brian ’94 Yeloushan, Adam ’94 1992 Andrzejewski, Chad ’94 Armstrong, Patrick ’94 Bassett, Brian ’95 Blair, Casey ’94 Branum, Kyle ’95 Brenders, Richard ’94 Calveric, Mark ’94 Cascio, Matthew ’95 Choe, Stephen ’95 Coughlin, John ’93 Daine, James ’92 Davis, Adam ’95 DiBlasi, Jason ’94 Doolittle Jason ’93 Edmonds, Gary ’95 Flynn, Brian ’95 Fossbender, Justin ’95 Greenfield, John ’95 Hansen, Brian ’94 Hawkes, Timothy ’94 Hayes, Kenneth ’93 Hill, Joseph, Jr. ’94 Hudnall, James ’95 Jennings, John ’94 Johnson, Jay Don ’92 Kail, Danny ’94 Kasprzak, Gary ’93 Klosek, John ’94 Lafferty, Dennis ’93 Mancini, Gregory ’95 Marconi, Alberto ’93 McNeese, Derrick ’95 Miller, Steven ’95 Mlak, Eric ’94 Moore, Chad ’93 Mundt, Michael ’95 Nichols, Sean ’94 Petras, Anthony ’95 Petroski, Daniel ’95 Roberts, Kerry ’94BC (M) Robinson, Kevin ’93 Roy, Leela ’94BC (M) Sardo, Michael ’93 Schwalbe, Jamie ’95 Sclafani, Michael ’95 Sommers, Michael ’94 Spivey, K. Scott ’93 Streem, Matthew ’93 Tarbart, Jason ’93 Teal, Bart ’95 Thompson, Matthew ’93 Weindel, Richard ’95 Werthman, Desmond ’93 (C) Williams, Brian ’94 Yeloushan, Adam ’94 1993 Andrzejewski, Chad ’94 Armstrong, Patrick ’94 Bassett, Brian ’95

Behen, Alan ’94 Brenders, Richard ’94 Byrd, Jeffrey ’97 Calveric, Mark ’94 Cavanaugh, Michael ’96 Congiusta, Frank ’96 Cusick, Thomas ’96 DiBlasi, Jason ’94 Eastman, Scott ’96 Edmonds, Gary ’95 Evans, Gregory ’96 Flynn, Brian ’95 Fossbender, Justin ’95 Gerena, Raymond ’98 Griego, M. Jude ’94 Harper, John ’96 Hawkes, Timothy ’94 Hill, Joseph, Jr. ’94 Howell, Jeremy ’95 Hudnall, James ’95 Hudson, Ralph ’96 Jennings, John ’94 Jones, James ’96 Klosek, John ’94 Lee, Dennis ’97 Lill, James ’96 Lill, Jason ’96 Miller, Bronwyn ’94BC (M) Miller, Steven ’95 Mlak, Eric ’94 Murff, Randolph ’97 Nichols, Sean ’94 Nunn, Jessie ’96 Olson, Erik ’96 Petras, Anthony ’95 Petrone, Daniel ’95 Petroski, Daniel ’95 Ramirez, David ’97 Roberts, Kerry ’94BC (M) Roy, Leela ’94BC (M) Schwalbe, Jamie ’95 Sclafani, Michael ’95 Smith, Arthur ’96 Sommers, Michael ’94 Staton, Bietron ’96 Stoldt, Jeremiah ’94 Topchik, Brad ’95 Valentine, Craig ’96 Valvo, Christopher ’96 Weindel, Richard ’95 Wiley, Marcellus ’97 Wilfork, Rory ’97 Williams, Brian ’94 Yeloushan, Adam ’94 (C) 1994 Aldrich, Roger Joe ’96 Bassett, Brian ’95 (C) Bettinelli, Charles ’97 Bolder, Vergilian ’98 Bryant, Brett ’97 Caffiero, Anthony ’98 Cavanaugh, Michael ’96 Congiusta, Frank ’96 Conley, Kevin ’98 Edmonds, Gary ’95 Flisser, Elizabeth ’95BC (M) Flynn, Brian ’95 Fossbender, Justin ’95 Gerena, Raymond ’98 Gillen, Brian ’97 Hanks, Roy ’98 Harper, John ’96 Hudnall, James ’95 Hudson, Ralph ’96 Humann, Peter ’97 Jackson, Anthony ’97 Jennings, Michael ’97 Jones, James ’96 Keck, Eric ’96 Lee, Dennis ’97 Lenzen, Matthew ’96

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Lill, James ’96 Lill, Jason ’96 McGill, Anthony ’99 Menendez, Marcelino ’96 Meyer, Mark ’96 Miller, Steven ’95 Milliken, Austin ’97 Murff, Randolph ’97 Nunn, Jessie ’96 Ornellas, Ryan ’96 Petras, Anthony ’95 Petrone, Daniel ’95 Petroski, Daniel ’95 Quinn, Michael ’96 Ramirez, David ’97 Riebli, Dominic ’98 Root, Wes ’98 Schwalbe, Jamie ’95 (C) Shepherd, John ’97 Smith, Arthur ’96 Staton, Bietron ’96 Sweeney, Paul ’95 Topchik, Brad ’95 Valentine, Craig ’96 Valvo, Christopher ’96 Weindel, Richard ’95 Wiley, Marcellus ’97 Wilfork, Rory ’97 1995 Aldrich, Roger Joe ’96 Atkins, Michael ’98 Bellanca, Michele ’98 Bettinelli, Charles ’97 Bivens, Jason ’99 Blakely, Christopher ’97 Bolder, Vergilian ’98 Bondi, Bert ’99 Bryant, Brett ’97 Caffiero, Anthony ’98 Cavanaugh, Michael ’96 (C) Congiusta, Frank ’96 Conley, Kevin ’98 Cormier, Joseph ’98 Curry, Rashaan ’99 Dalton, T. Hashim ’99 Dombroski, Derek ’96 Elkayan, Sarit ’97 (M) Fox, Matthew ’98 Gabriele, Ryan ’97 Gerena, Raymond ’98 Gillen, Brian ’97 Hanks, Roy ’98 Harper, John ’96 Hence, Reginald ’99 Hudson, Ralph ’96 Jennings, Michael ’97 Keck, Eric ’96 (C) Kronquist, Kenneth ’97 Lee, Dennis ’97 Lenzen, Matthew ’96 Lill, James ’96 Lill, Jason ’96 Medrano, Miguel ’98 Menendez, Marcelino ’96 Meyer, Mark ’96 Milliken, Austin ’97 Murff, Randolph ’97 Olson, Erik ’96 Ornellas, Ryan ’96 Payne, William ’96 Pelleriti, Zachary ’98 Ramirez, David ’97 Riebli, Dominic ’98 Roland, Paul ’99 Root, Wes ’98 Smith, Arthur ’96 Staton, Bietron ’96 Taylor, Jeremy ’99 Thomas, Paul ’98 Thomason, Robert ’98 Valentine, Craig ’96

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Holmes, David ’00 Huntley, Erik ’99 Kiernan, Ryan ’01 Kravitz, Neal ’00 Martin, Jeffrey ’99 Martinic, Michael ’00 Mathisen, Erik ’01 McGill, Anthony ’99 Meadlin, Justin ’00 O’Daniell, Brandon ’98 Ogundare, O. Andre ’00 Pease, Jason ’01 Porter, Matthew ’01 Radley, Matthew ’00 Riebli, Dominic ’98 Roland, Paul ’99 Roxborough, Claude ’00 Schroeder, Theodore ’99 Sproul, Jonathan ’00 Tabio, Juan Carlos ’00 Taylor, Jeremy ’99 Testa, Steven ’98 Thomas, Paul ’98 Thomason, Robert ’98 Thompson, Lendell ’00 Tillotson, Christopher ’99 Toye, John ’00 Woodlin, Daniel ’00 Wright, Kevin ’00 1998 Armstrong, James ’99 Badurina, Daniel ’99 Barsoumian, Shant ’99 Bivens, Jason ’99 Bondi, Bert ’99 (C) Bowman, Gregory ’00 Cannan, Mark ’00 Cavanaugh, John ’01 Childress, Paris ’99 Cockburn, Jarel ’02 Cook, Joseph ’01 Curry, Rashaan ’99 Curtis, David ’99 Dawkins, Armond ’00 Gallino, Matthew ’99 Glynn, Michael ’00 Gordon, Brian ’01 Hayes, Norman ’00 Holmes, David ’00 Hughes, Matthew ’01 Jimenez, Anthony ’02 Kiernan, Ryan ’01 Kim, Kwang ’99 Kirwan, Andy ’01 Kravitz, Neal ’00 Mack, Kirby ’02 Mahoney, George ’00 Martinic, Michael ’00 Mastroianni, David ’02 Montgomery, Jay ’01 Moseley, Avery ’01 Martin, Jeffrey ’99 McGill, Anthony ’99 Meadlin, Justin ’00 Nugent, M. Christopher ’02 Obdens, Aaron ’99 Ochsenhaut, Noah ’01 Ogundare, O. Andre ’00 Orr, Michael ’02 Pease, Jason ’01 Porter, Matthew ’01 Radley, Matthew ’00 Reese, S. Johnathan ’02 Roland, Paul ’99 (C) Schaffer, Christopher ’01 Schroeder, Theodore ’99 Sproul, Jonathan ’00 Streem, Jason ’00 Taylor, Jeremy ’99 (C) Thompson, Lendell ’00 Tillotson, Christopher ’99 (C)

Vanderwagen, Joshua ’01 Warren, Samuel ’02 Washington, Brian ’00 Wright, Kevin ’00 1999 Allbin, Eric ’01 Bivens, Jason ’99 (C) Bocklage, Chandler ’00 Boli, Andrew ’02 Bowman, Gregory ’00 Cannan, Mark ’00 Cavanaugh, John ’01 Cockburn, Jarel ’02 Cook, Joseph ’01 Dance, Stephen ’02 Dawkins, Armond ’00 Espy, Kevin ’02 Glynn, Michael ’00 Golding, Joshua ’03 Gordon, Brian ’01 Hayes, Norman ’00 Hill, Daniel ’02 Himelstein, Matt ’02 Hughes, Matthew ’01 Joseph, Sloane ’02 Keys, Jarrett ’02 Kiernan, Ryan ’01 Kirwan, Andy ’01 Kravitz, Neal ’00 Learman, Joseph ’02 Leonard, Charles ’02 Logan, Justin ’02 Lysiak, Brian ’02 Mack, Kirby ’02 Mahoney, George ’00 Martinic, Michael ’00 Mastroianni, David ’02 McCall, Jeffrey ’02 Montgomery, Jay ’01 Moseley, Avery ’01 Meadlin, Justin ’00 (C) Murray, Philip ’03 Nugent, M. Christopher ’02 Ochsenhaut, Noah ’01 Ogundare, O. Andre ’00 Orr, Michael ’02 Payne, J. Kimball ’01 Pease, Jason ’01 Porter, Matthew ’01 Radley, Matthew ’00 Reese, S. Johnathan ’02 Schaffer, Christopher ’01 Sproul, Jonathan ’00 Stary, Matthew ’01 Stoutenberg, Mark ’01 Streem, Jason ’00 Tabio, Juan Carlos ’00 Thompson, Lendell ’00 Tyrone, Erick ’03 Unsworth, P. Quentin ’02 Washington, Brian ’00 Wright, Kevin ’00 2000 Allbin, Eric ’01 Bailey, Jerry ‘03 Berghoff, Daniel ‘03 Brown, Craigory ‘03 Carey, Christopher ‘04 Cavanaugh, John ’01 Chmelka, Travis ‘04 Cook, Joseph ’01 Dance, Stephen ’02 Davis, Karlston ‘03 Espy, Kevin ’02 Girardi, Patrick ‘03 Gordon, Brian ’01 Hill, Daniel ’02 Himelstein, Matt ’02 Hixon, Brett ‘03 Hughes, Matthew ’01

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Joseph, Sloane ’02 Keys, Jarrett ’02 Kiernan, Ryan ’01 Kirwan, Andy ’01 Logan, Justin ’02 Lucas, Antonio ‘03 Lysiak, Brian ’02 Mack, Kirby ’02 Mastroianni, David ’02 McCall, Jeffrey ’02 McKoy, Stephen ‘04 Miller, Douglas ‘01 Montgomery, Jay ’01 Moseley, Avery ’01 (C) Murray, Philip ’03 Neibauer, Nathan ‘03 Ochsenhaut, Noah ’01 Orr, Michael ’02 Payne, J. Kimball ’01 Pease, Jason ’01 (C) Peck, Doug ‘03 Pine, Joseph ‘01 Porter, Matthew ’01 Reed, Daniel ‘03 Reese, S. Johnathan ’02 Robertson, Matthew ‘01 Schaffer, Christopher ’01 Serowik, Jerry ‘03 Sloan, Peter ‘01 Smith, Micah ‘01 Sozio, Scott ‘02 Stary, Matthew ’01 Stoutenberg, Mark ’01 Strom, Russell ‘01 Tyrone, Erick ’03 Ulmer, Robert ‘01 Unsworth, P. Quentin ’02 Waln, Michael ‘04 Waters, Raymond ‘04 Wood, Kenneth ‘03 2001 Aidoo, Kwamena ‘03 Austin, W. Josh ‘02 Bailey, Jerry ‘03 Bevins, Nick ‘04 Biggers, Rashad ‘05 Britton, Charles ‘05 Brown, Craigory ‘03 Carey, Christopher ‘04 Cargile, Steven ‘04 Chmelka, Travis ‘04 Clark, David ‘05 Cockburn, Jarel ’02 Coco, Kevin ‘04 Culley, John ‘04 Dance, Stephen ’02 Enright, Tommy ‘03 Espy, Kevin ’02 Girardi, Patrick ‘03 Hill, Daniel ’02 Himelstein, Matt ’02 Hixon, Brett ‘03 Hunsberger, Steven ‘04 Jimenez, Anthony ’02 Jones, Chasen ‘04 Joseph, Sloane ’02 (C) Kazarian, Thomas ‘04 Keys, Jarrett ’02 Leonard, Charles ’02 Logan, Justin ’02 Lucas, Antonio ‘03 Lysiak, Brian ’02 (C) Mastroianni, David ’02 McCall, Jeffrey ’02 (C) McGinn, Joseph ‘03 McKoy, Stephen ‘04 Meeks, Parker ‘04 Murray, Philip ’03 Nugent, M. Christopher ’02 Oluwole, Ayo ‘04 Peck, Doug ‘03

Reed, Daniel ‘03 Reese, S. Johnathan ’02 (C) Roether, Jeffrey ‘04 Rudd, Nick ‘05 Schaffer, Christopher ’01 Serowik, Jerry ‘03 Sozio, Scott ‘02 Stary, Matthew ’01 Tyrone, Erick ’03 Unsworth, P. Quentin ’02 Van Zant, Zachary ‘04 Warren, Samuel ’02 Wood, Kenneth ‘03 2002 Aidoo, Kwamena ‘03 Armbrust, Ryan ‘05 Auguste, Jason ‘05 Bailey, Jerry ‘03 Beechum, Bill ‘06 Bevins, Nick ‘04 Biggers, Rashad ‘05 Britton, Charles ‘05 Campbell, James ‘04 Carey, Christopher ‘04 (C) Cargile, Steven ‘04 Chmelka, Travis ‘04 Clark, David ‘05 Cockburn, Jarel ’02 Coco, Kevin ‘04 Coles, Jeff ‘06 Culley, John ‘04 Eberlin, Clint ‘04 Enright, Tommy ‘03 Girardi, Patrick ‘03 (C) Graeser, Scott ‘05 Hixon, Brett ‘03 Hlavaty, Paul ‘06 Hunsberger, Steven ‘04 Johnson, Zach ‘04 Jones, Bobby ‘03 Kazarian, Thomas ‘04 Kilpatrick, Scott ‘04 Lucas, Antonio ‘03 Magiera, Jim ‘05 Manigat, Olivier ‘05 Martinak, Shaun ‘05 Mascari, Vincenzo ‘05 McGinn, Joseph ‘03 McKoy, Stephen ‘04 Meeks, Parker ‘04 Murray, Philip ’03 John, Neal ‘05 Nwokocha, Prosper ‘06 Oluwole, Ayo ‘04 Reed, Daniel ‘03 Reuter, John ‘05 Roether, Jeffrey ‘04 Rudd, Nick ‘05 Santiago, Paul ‘05 Serowik, Jerry ‘03 Shaw, Keenan ‘06 Smith, Derek ‘05 Supple, Ben ‘05 Thomas, Syga ‘05 Tryforos, Evan ‘04 Tyrone, Erick ’03 Van Zant, Zachary ‘04 Woods, Kenny ‘03 2003 Aregbe, Bayo ’07 Armbrust, Ryan ‘05 Auguste, Jason ‘05 Beechum, Bill ‘06 Biggers, Rashad ‘05 (C) Boretsky, Kyle ’05 Bowser, Brandon ’06 Brekke, Adam ’07 Britton, Charles ‘05 Campbell, James ‘04 Carey, Christopher ‘04 (C)

Cargile, Steven ‘04 Chmelka, Travis ‘04 Chromiak, Pete ’06 Coco, Kevin ‘04 Crawford, Tad ’07 Culley, John ‘04 DeFazio, Mike ’06 Fletcher, Wade ’05 Graeser, Scott ‘05 Johnson, Zach ‘04 Kazarian, Thomas ‘04 Kilpatrick, Scott ‘04 Latimer, Michael ’05 Ledbetter, Eric ’07 Manigat, Olivier ‘05 McKoy, Stephen ‘04 Mullings, Kirk ’05 Nwokocha, Prosper ‘06 Osadebe, Uche ’07 Otis, Jeff ’05 Percival, Aaron ’06 Pezley, Mike ’07 Quarshie, Michael ’05 Radlein, Gordon ’06 Reuter, John ‘05 Roether, Jeffrey ‘04 (C) Rudd, Nick ‘05 Schneider, Scott ’05 Shaw, Keenan ‘06 Smith, Derek ‘05 Sullivan, Chris ’06 Thomas, Syga ‘05 Tryforos, Evan ‘04 Van Zant, Zachary ‘04 Ward, Joe ’05 Waters, Raymond ‘04 2004 Abrams, Todd ’07 Aregbe, Bayo ’07 Armbrust, Ryan ‘05 Auguste, Jason ‘05 Barsamian, Matt ’07 Beechum, Bill ‘06 Biggers, Rashad ‘05 (C) Bowser, Brandon ’06 Brekke, Adam ’07 Britton, Charles ‘05 (C) Chromiak, Pete ’06 Coco, Kevin ‘04 Coles, Jeff ‘06 Colomba, Brandon ’05 Crawford, Tad ’07 Daylamani, Dan ’08 DeFazio, Mike ’06 DeGasperis, Nick ’07 Demko, Adrian ’07 Eberlin, Clint ‘04 Ehrhart, Alex ’06 Fletcher, Wade ’05 Graeser, Scott ‘05 Hlavaty, Paul ‘06 Holden, Tighe ’07 Hormann, Craig ’08 Hug, Proctor ’08 Jalondoni, Matt ’05 Latimer, Michael ’05 Manigat, Ali ’05 Manigat, Olivier ‘05 Marsh, Mike ’05 Marshall, Bryce ’08 Mettee, Ryan ’08 Mullings, Kirk ’05 Murphy, Shay ’06 Nunez, Justin ’07 Nwokocha, Prosper ‘06 Oluwole, Ayo ‘04 Osadebe, Uche ’07 Otis, Jeff ’05 (C) Percival, Aaron ’06 Quarshie, Michael ’05 (C) Radlein, Gordon ’06

Rudd, Nick ‘05 Rueter, John ’05 Russell, Jamal ’08 Schneider, Scott ’05 Schori, Ben ’07 Shaw, Keenan ‘06 Smith, Alex ’07 Smith, Justin ’05 Sullivan, Chris ’06 Tryforos, Evan ‘04 Webster, Josh ’08 Woods, Jeremy ’05 2005 Abrams, Todd ’07 Aregbe, Bayo ’07 Barsamian, Matt ’07 Beechum, Bill ‘06 (C) Behrens, Drew ’08 Besselman, Jim ’07 Bowser, Brandon ’06 Brekke, Adam ’07 Brune, Michael ’09 Cameron, Corey ’09 Castanaro, Andy ’06 Chromiak, Pete ’06 Cobb, James ’07 Coles, Jeff ‘06 Crawford, Tad ’07 Davis, Jordan E. ’09 Davis, Jordan P. ’08 Daylamani, Dan ’08 DeBernardo, Ralph ’09 DeFazio, Mike ’06 DeFazio, Pat ’09 DeGasperis, Nick ’07 Demko, Adrian ’07 Edwards, Eugene ’08 Ehrhart, Alex ’06 Hormann, Craig ’08 Hug, Proctor ’08 Huston, Patrick ’09 Joyce, Conor ’09 Marshall, Bryce ’08 McAndrew, Mike ’06 McHenry, Troy ’09 Murphy, Shay ’06 Musgrove, Chad ’08 Nunez, Justin ’07 Nwokocha, Prosper ‘06 (C) Oke, Jeff ’07 Ometu, Uzo ’06 Orr, Calder ’07 Osadebe, Uche ’07 Palmer, Daniel ’07 Partain, Michael ’08 Priest, David ’08 Quinn, Drew ’09 Rocholl, Jon ’09 Russell, Jamal ’08 Schori, Ben ’07 Shaw, Keenan ‘06 Smith, Alex ’07 Smith, JoJo ’08 Sullivan, Chris ’06 Thomas, Sean ’08 Wallingford, Zac ’09 Webster, Josh ’08 Winters, Joe ’06 (C) 2006 Abeyta, Drew ‘10 Abrams, Todd ’07 Anschuetz, Nate ‘10 Barsamian, Matt ’07 (C) Bashaw, Matt ‘10 Besselman, James ’07 Brekke, Adam ’07 (C) Brekke, David ‘10 Brune, Michael ’09 Buckley, Brandon ‘08 Cameron, Corey ’09

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Cobb, James ’07 Crawford, Tad ’07 Davis, Jordan E. ’09 DeBernardo, Ralph ’09 DeFilippo, T.J. ‘08 DeGasperis, Nick ’07 Demko, Adrian ’07 Duffy, Tyler ‘09 Edwards, Eugene ’08 Evangelist, Troy ‘09 Garza, Javier ‘08 Hodges, Vaughn ‘10 Hormann, Craig ’08 Huston, Patrick ‘09 Ingold, Rick ‘09 Jancisin, Derek ‘10 Jefferson, Grant ‘10 Joseph, Taylor ‘10 Joyce, Conor ‘09 Kaskiw, Gene ‘09 Knox, Tony ‘10 Knowlin, Austin ‘10 Koury, Clark ‘09 Lipovsky, Will ‘10 Loughery, Mack ‘10 Masorti, Justin ‘10 McCaleb, Chase ‘10 Mesko, Gary ‘09 Miller, Lou ‘10 Mitchell, Philip ‘09 Morine, Jared ‘10 Nunez, Justin ’07 Oke, Jeffrey ‘07 Olawale, M.A. ‘10 Orr, Calder ’07 Osadebe, Uche ’07 (C) Palmer, Daniel ’07 Partain, Michael ’08 Paulin, Tim ‘08 Pyles, Jason ‘10 Quinn, Drew ’09 Rangel, Ray ‘10 Rocholl, Jon ’09 Russell, Jamal ’08 Sanford, Evan ‘10 Savic, Stefan ‘08 Schmidt, Darren ‘07 Schori, Ben ’07 Seiler, John ‘10 Shalbrack, Andy ‘10 Siebold, Mike ‘09 Smith, JoJo ’08 Stevenson, Austin ‘08 Steele, Cody ‘09 Stoll, Pete ‘10 Thomas, Ed ‘10 Veldman, Moose ‘10 Walcker, Nathan ‘09 Wallingford, Zachary ‘09 Waltz, Eli ‘10 Webster, Josh ’08 Weldon, Thomas ‘10 Weller, Kirk ‘10 Williams, Joshua A. ‘10 Williams, Joshua D. ‘10 2007 Abeyta, Drew ’10 Anschuetz, Nate ’10 Aregbe, Bayo ’08 Bashaw, Matt ’10 Brekke, David ’10 Brune, Mike ’09 Buckley, Brandon ’08 Cameron, Corey ’09 Davis, Jordan ’09 DeBernardo, Ralph ’09 Edwards, Eugene ’08 England, Brian ’11 Evangelist, Troy ’09

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Mistretta, Nick ‘12 Mitchell, Phillip ‘09 Morand, Ross ‘12 Morine, Jared ‘10 Musgrove, Chad ‘09 Myers, Daniel ‘11 Olawale, M.A. ‘10 Otis, Calvin ‘11 Papas, Nico ‘12 Pyles, Jason ‘10 Quinn, Drew ‘09 Quirk, Ian ‘11 Rangel, Ray ‘10 Rocholl, Jon ‘09 Sanford, Evan ‘10 Seiler, John ‘10 Shalbrack, Andy ‘10 Siebold, Michael ‘09 Steele, Cody ‘09 Stephens, Mike ‘11 Stoll, Pete ‘10 Walcker, Nathan ‘09 Waltz, Eli ‘09 Williams, Augie ‘11 2009 Drew Abeyta ‘10CC Jeff Adams ‘12CC Seyi Adebayo ‘13CC Matt Bashaw ‘10CC Jerry Bell ‘12CC Matt Bocci ‘13CC Karson Bodnovich ‘12CC Sean Brackett ‘13CC David Brekke ‘10CC James Burrell IV ‘12CC Corey Cameron ‘10CC Malcom Carson ‘13CC Sam Cecil ‘12CC David Chao ‘12CC Will Claunch ‘12CC Dan Cohen ‘11CC Brandon Cole ‘11CC Carl Constant ‘11CC Ian Cummins ‘13CC Brian DeVeau ‘13 CC Ben Evans ‘12SEAS Bruce Fleming ‘11SEAS Xander Frantz ‘13SEAS Owen Fraser ‘12CC Nick Gerst ‘13CC Steven Grassa ‘13CC Alex Gross ‘11CC Chris Groth ‘12CC Nico Gutierrez ‘11CC Greg Guttas ‘13CC Craig Hamilton ‘11CC Dallas Hartman ‘13CC Ryan Haslett ‘12CC Bob Hauschildt ‘12CC Paul Havas ‘11CC Ian Hillman ‘13CC Vaughn Hodges ‘10CC Marc Holloway ‘11CC Peter Holst-Grubbe ‘12CC Kalasi Huggins ‘12CC Leon Ivery ‘11CC Derek Jancisin ‘10CC Anthony Johnson ‘13CC Taylor Joseph ‘10CC Shane Kelly ‘10CC Andrew Kennedy ‘11CC Dan Kerrigan ‘13CC

Bryan Kipp ‘11SEAS Austin Knowlin ‘10CC Antonio Knox, Jr. ‘10CC Alec Kosminskas ‘13CC Zack Kourouma ‘11CC Greg Lee ‘13CC Kevin Lenehan ‘12CC Nathan Lenz ‘11CC Will Lipovsky ‘10CC Rafael Lopez ‘12CC Mack Loughrey ‘10CC Devan Luster ‘13CC Anthony Maddox ‘12CC Joshua Martin ‘13SEAS Chase McCaleb ‘10SEAS Andrew McHugh ‘13CC Adam Mehrer ‘11CC Evan Miller ‘12CC Louis Miller ‘10CC Nick Mistretta ‘12CC Ross Morand ‘12CC Matt Moretto ‘11CC Jared Morine ‘10CC Mike Murphy ‘11CC Ryan Murphy ‘13CC Mark Muston ‘12SEAS Daniel Myers ‘11CC Millicent Olawale ‘10CC Calvin Otis ‘11CC Nico Papas ‘12CC Chris Paruch ‘12CC Will Patterson ‘13CC Dean Perfetti ‘13CC Price Pinkerton ‘13CC Clif Pope ‘11CC Ben Popeck ‘12CC Jason Pyles ‘10CC Ian Quirk ‘11CC Ray Rangel ‘10CC Prentis Robinson ‘11CC Cameron Ross ‘13CC Evan Sanford ‘10CC Neil Schuster ‘12CC John Seiler ‘10CC Shea Selsor ‘12CC Andy Shalbrack ‘10CC Robert Sigmon ‘13CC Tim Skalak ‘11CC Josh Smith ‘11CC Shad Sommers ‘13CC Mike Stephens ‘11CC Peter Stoll ‘10CC Matt Stotler ‘11CC Kyle Stupi ‘12CC Christopher Thomas ‘13CC Joshua Tobin ‘13CC Joseph Tyree ‘12CC Brandon Veldman ‘10CC Anthony Villamagna ‘13CC Eric Walker ‘13CC Mike Waller ‘13CC Scott Ward ‘13SEAS Andrew Weiss ‘13CC Kirk Weller ‘10CC Josh A. Williams ‘10CC Josh D. Williams ‘10CC Augie Williams ‘11CC Kurt Williams ‘12CC Michael Williamson ‘13CC 2010 Jeffrey Adams ‘12CC Oluwaseyi Adebayo ‘13CC

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Jerry Bell ‘12CC Sean Brackett ‘13CC Samuel Cecil ‘12CC David Chao ‘12CC Daniel Cohen ‘11CC Brandon Cole ‘11CC Carl Constant ‘11CC Ian Cummins ‘13CC Brian DeVeau ‘13CC Luke Eddy ‘14CC Tyler Feely ‘14CC Xander Frantz ‘13SEAS Owen Fraser ‘12CC Marcorus Garrett ‘14CC Nicholas Gerst ‘13CC Joe Ghergurovich ‘14CC Steven Grassa ‘13CC Alexander Gross ‘11CC Christopher Groth ‘12CC Nicholas Guttierez ‘11CC Gregory Guttas ‘13CC Craig Hamilton ‘11CC Ryan Haslett ‘12CC Robert Hauschildt ‘12CC Paul Havas ‘11CC Marc Holloway ‘11CC Kalasi Huggins ‘12CC Leon Ivery ‘11CC Andrew Kennedy ‘11CC Bryan Kipp ‘11SEAS Zachary Kourouma ‘11CC Gregory Lee ‘13CC Nathan Lenz ‘11CC Devan Luster ‘13CC Anthony Maddox ‘12CC Joshua Martin ‘13SEAS Andrew McHugh ‘13CC Adam Mehrer ‘11CC Evan Miller ‘12CC Nicholas Mistretta ‘12CC Ross Morand ‘12CC Matthew Moretto ‘11CC Michael Murphy ‘11CC Ryan Murphy ‘13CC Mark Muston ‘12SEAS Daniel Myers ‘11CC Zachary Olinger ‘14CC Calvin Otis ‘11CC Nicholas Papas ‘12CC Will Patterson ‘13CC Dean Perfetti ‘13CC Clifton Pope ‘11CC Benjamin Popeck ‘12CC Ian Quirk ‘11CC Joseph Raimondi ‘14SEAS Prentis Robinson ‘11CC Neil Schuster ‘12CC Robert Sigmon ‘13CC Timothy Skalak ‘11CC Joshua Smith ‘11CC Shadrach Sommers ‘13CC Michael Stephens ‘11CC Matthew Stotler ‘11CC Kyle Stupi ‘12CC Scott Ward ‘13SEAS August Williams ‘11CC Kurt Williams ‘12CC James Yukevich ‘14CC 2011 Jeffrey Adams ‘12CC Oluwaseyi Adebayo ‘13CC Jerry Bell ‘12CC

Matthew Bocci ‘13CC Sean Brackett ‘13CC James Burrell ‘13CC Malcolm Carson ‘13CC Marquel Carter ‘14CC David Chao ‘12CC Wells Childress ‘14CC Ian Cummins ‘13CC Paul Delaney ‘14CC Brian DeVeau ‘13CC Louis DiNovo ‘14CC Luke Eddy ‘14CC Tyler Feely ‘14CC Alec Fisher ‘14CC Xander Frantz ‘13SEAS Owen Fraser ‘12CC Hamilton Garner ‘14CC Marcorus Garrett ‘14CC Nicholas Gerst ‘13CC Steven Grassa ‘13CC Christopher Groth ‘12CC Gregory Guttas ‘13CC Ryan Haslett ‘12CC Robert Hauschildt ‘12CC Paul Havas ‘12CC Kalasi Huggins ‘12CC Gregory Lee ‘13CC Hunter Little ‘15CC Devan Luster ‘13CC Anthony Maddox ‘12CC Joshua Martin ‘13SEAS Zack McCown ‘14CC Evan Miller ‘12CC Jeremy Mingo ‘14CC Nicholas Mistretta ‘12CC Ross Morand ‘12CC Mick Murphy ‘12CC Ryan Murphy ‘13CC Connor Nelligan ‘15CC Zachary Olinger ‘14CC Nicholas Papas ‘12CC Will Patterson ‘13CC Dean Perfetti ‘13CC Ray Pesanello ‘15CC Benjamin Popeck ‘12CC Vincent Pugliese ‘15CC Cameron Ross ‘13CC Neil Schuster ‘12CC Robert Sigmon ‘13CC Dan Slivka ‘14CC Shadrach Sommers ‘13CC Mike Stephens ‘12CC Kyle Stupi ‘12CC Michael Waller ‘13CC Scott Ward ‘13SEAS Chad Washington ‘15CC Andrew Weiss ‘13CC Kurt Williams ‘12CC James Yukevich ‘14CC

Louis DiNovo ‘14CC Nick Durham ‘16CC Brian East ‘14CC Luke Eddy ‘14CC Tyler Feely ‘14CC Alec Fisher ‘14CC Ryan Flannery ‘15CC Hamilton Garner ‘14CC Marcorus Garrett ‘14CC Nicholas Gerst ‘13CC Steven Grassa ‘13CC Isaiah Gross ‘16CC Gregory Guttas ‘13CC Andrew Heinrich ‘13CC Scooter Hollis ‘16CC John Keefe ‘15CC Max Keefe ‘16CC Eric Kuklinski ‘16CC William Lawrence ‘16CC Gregory Lee ‘13CC Hunter Little ‘15CC Joshua Martin ‘13SEAS Kevin McCarthy ‘16CC Trevor McDonagh ‘16CC Zack McCown ‘14CC Nick Melka ‘15CC Jeremy Mingo ‘14CC Cameron Molina ‘16CC Ryan Murphy ‘13CC Connor Nelligan ‘15CC Zachary Olinger ‘14CC Niko Padilla ‘16CC Carey Parker ‘15CC Darin Patmon ‘16CC Will Patterson ‘13CC Dean Perfetti ‘13CC Ray Pesanello ‘15CC Kal Prince ‘15CC Vincent Pugliese ‘15CC Keith Ramljak ‘16CC Travis Reim ‘16CC Roy Schwartz ‘15CC Steven Silvio ‘15CC Mike Skalitzky ‘15CC Dan Slivka ‘14CC Shadrach Sommers ‘13CC Eric Stock ‘15CC Malcolm Thaxton ‘15CC Ryan Thomas ‘16CC Michael Waller ‘13CC Jake Wanamaker ‘15CC Scott Ward ‘13SEAS Chad Washington ‘15CC Andrew Weiss ‘13CC James Yukevich ‘14CC

2012 Toba Akinleye ‘16CC Joseph Andrada ‘14CC Jacob Ardron ‘16CC Trevor Bell ‘16CC Sean Brackett ‘13CC Matthew Cahal ‘16CC Marquel Carter ‘14CC Wells Childress ‘14CC Mark Cieslak ‘16CC Christopher Connors ‘16C Paul Delaney ‘14CC Brian DeVeau ‘13CC

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MEDIA RELATIONS Directions to Robert K. Kraft Field at Lawrence A. Wien Stadium

Sports Information/ Media Relations Staff

♦ From MANHATTAN — Henry Hudson Parkway (West Side Highway) north to Dyckman Street exit. Proceed east to Broadway (first major intersection). Left on Broadway, 20 blocks to 218th Street. Left at 218th. Baker Athletics Complex is immediately on the right. ♦ From WEST — Take George Washington Bridge and follow signs for Henry Hudson Parkway north/uptown (bear right on upper deck, bear left on lower deck). Then follow Manhattan directions above. ♦ From NORTH — Take Cross-Westchester Expressway (I-287) or Cross-County Parkway west to N.Y. Thruway (I-87) south (becomes Major Deegan Expressway in New York). Exit at West Fordham Road (207th Street) and turn right, going five blocks to Broadway. Make a right on Broadway and proceed to 218th Street. Left at 218th. Baker Athletics Complex is immediately on the right.

BROCK MALONE Associate Director

MIKE KOWALSKY Associate Director

♦ From NEW ENGLAND — Take I-95 to Cross Westchester Expressway (I-287) west. Then follow North directions above. ♦ From CENTRAL or EAST BRONX — Take Cross-Bronx Expressway (I95) to Major Deegan Expressway (I-87) north. Exit at Fordham Road (207th Street). Turn left at top of ramp, going five blocks to Broadway. Make a right on Broadway and proceed to 218th Street. Left at 218th. Baker Athletics Complex is immediately on the right. ♦ From LONG ISLAND — Take Long Island Expressway to Clearview Expressway north, or Northern State Parkway/Grand Central Parkway to Cross Island Parkway north, to Throggs Neck Bridge. Bear left after toll for Cross-Bronx Expressway (I-95). Then follow Bronx directions above. ♦ From SOUTH — Take New Jersey Turnpike north to Exit 18 (George Washington Bridge). Then follow West directions above. ♦ By SUBWAY — Take the No. 1 train (Broadway-Seventh Avenue IRT Local) north or south to 215th Street, then walk two blocks north to 218th Street.

Parking

Parking at field is extremely limited. On-site parking will be prioritized for 1) Electronic media with equipment 2) Print media 3) Photo. Note: Parking passes for visiting schools’ administrative personnel will be sent to opponents’ Athletics Directors at the beginning of the season.

Credentials

♦ Requests for credentials (press, radio, television, scouting) should be received by the Office of Sports Information/Media Relations at least 10 days prior to the game. ♦ Late requests will be handled according to space limitations. No credentials will be mailed later than the Monday before the game and late requests will be left at the Will-Call Window

Press Box

♦ Media will be seated on a space-available basis. Please note that some media seating is open-air on the roof of the press box.

Photographers

♦ A limited number of sideline photo passes will be issued to photographers. Credentialed photographers are required to stay out of the area between the 25-yard lines and must stay behind the boundary surrounding the field.

In-and Post-Game Procedures

♦ Full play-by-play, statistics and scoring summaries will be provided approximately 10 minutes following the conclusion of the game. Quarterly statistics and halftime summaries will be distributed during the game. ♦ The post-game Interview will take place in the second floor media room at Chrystie Field House (brick building behind press box).

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DARLENE CAMACHO Associate AD/ Football Contact

LAUREN BOOTS Assistant Director

SEAN ALSTON Assistant Director

(212 area code) Athletics Department.............................................854-2538 Sports Information/Media Relations......................854-2534 Football Contact...................................... Darlene Camacho 212-854-2535/dc2164@columbia.edu Sports Information Fax..........................................854-8168 Ticket Office...........................................................854-2546 Football Office..............................................854-7061/7062 Football Operations...............................................854-2439 Stadium Press Box................................................304-8023 Baker Athletics Complex...................942-0431 (equipment) 567-0404 (administrative office) 569-8528 (training room) Web Site................................................ gocolumbialions.com

Broadcasts Starting with the 2013 season, every Columbia football game can be seen or heard on the Columbia Athletics SideLION Pass on the Ivy League® Digital Network. The new platform will offer a user experience unlike any other to give fans an entirely new way to interact with the Lions. Catch all the action with Jerry Recco on play-by-play, with Sal Licata providing color commentary. Sign up today at ivyleaguedigitalnetwork.com

COLUMBIA IN THE NFL Rory Wilfork ‘97 linebacker, Arizona Cardinals (free agent)

Josh Martin ‘13 Defensive End josh martin ‘13 defensive end, kansas city chiefs (free agent)

Marcellus Wiley ‘97 defensive end, Buffalo Bills (second round) signed as free agent with San Diego Chargers in 2001; signed with the Dallas Cowboys in 2004; signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2005

Michael Quarshie ’05 defensive tackle, Oakland Raiders (signed out of NFL Europe) Steve Cargile ‘04 safety, Dallas Cowboys (free agent); signed with the Denver Broncos in 2006 Wade Fletcher ‘05 tight end, New York Giants (free agent) Jeff Otis ’05 quarterback, Arizona Cardinals (signed out of NFL Europe), signed with the Oakland Raiders in 2007

Venton Yablonski ‘48 fullback, Chicago Cardinals

Defensive Tackle

Paul Governali ‘43 quarterback, New York Giants (third round)

Doug Jackson ‘76 running back, Dallas Cowboys (free agent) taxi squad for Dallas Cowboys and New York Giants

JEFF ADAMS ‘12 OFFENSIVE LINE

Dan Upperco ’85 wide receiver, Oakland Raiders (free agent)

George Starke ‘71 tight end, Washington Redskins (11th round) switched to offensive tackle by Dallas Cowboys and put on taxi squad; also on Kansas City Chiefs’ taxi squad before being picked up the Redskins, for whom he was the starting offensive tackle for nine seasons; the “Head Hog”

John Witkowski ‘84 quarterback, Detroit Lions (sixth round) played one full season (1984), partly as a starter, and spent two more seasons on the taxi squad; later played one season with the Houston Oilers and London Monarchs (first year of World League)

Archie Roberts ’65 Quarterback Sid Luckman ‘39 quarterback, Pittsburgh Steelers (first round) promptly dealt to Chicago Bears after he was drafted John Siegal ‘39 wide receiver, Chicago Bears (fifth round) Ralph Hewitt ‘32 running back, New York Giants

Marcellus Wiley ’97 Defensive End Archie Roberts ‘65 quarterback, Cleveland Browns (free agent) played with Miami Dolphins John Witkowski ’84 Quarterback Bruce Stephens ‘78 running back, New York Jets (free agent) switched to wide receiver and played one season

Running Back

Bill Swiacki ‘48 receiver, New York Giants

Michael Quarshie ’05

Johnathan Reese ‘02 running back, New York Jets (free agent) Signed with Denver Broncos in 2004 and with Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2005

Johnathan Reese ’02

Bruce Gehrke ‘48 running back, New York Giants (fourth round)

John Chirico ‘87 fullback, New York Jets (free agent)

jeff adams ‘12 offensive line, dallas cowboys (free agent); signed to cincinnati bengals practice squad in 2012, currently with miami dolphins Craig Hormann ’08 quarterback, Cleveland Browns (free agent)

Columbia has had nine former players on NFL rosters within the last ten years.

Marty Domres ‘69 quarterback, San Diego Chargers (first round) also played for the Baltimore Colts, San Francisco 49ers and New York Jets Lou Kusserow ‘49 running back, Brooklyn Dodgers (fifth round)

Sid Luckman ’39 Quarterback

2013 SCHEDULE september 21 at fordham 28 monmouth

bronx, n.y. robert k. kraft field at wien stadium

1 p.m. 12:30 p.m.

october 5 at princeton * 12 lehigh 19 penn * (homecoming) 26 at dartmouth *

princeton, n.j. robert k. kraft field at wien stadium robert k. kraft field at wien stadium hanover, n.h.

1 p.m. 12 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m.

november 2 at yale * 9 harvard * 16 at cornell * 23 brown *

new haven, conn. robert k. kraft field at wien stadium ithaca, n.y. robert k. kraft field at wien stadium

12 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 12:30 p.m.

home games in columbia blue * - Ivy league game


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