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trust. faith. patience. In 2008, 111 ambitious young men were asked to look with their hearts and not their eyes. They were asked to commit their minds, bodies and souls to a concept called PACK FOOTBALL. On September 6, 2008, that group took to the field in front of 10,000 fans, hearts beating through their chests as the first step was taken down an improbable road. After graduation and atrition, 26 remained in 2011 as the initial group of 2008 freshmen accomplished something special – WINNING A CHAMPIONSHIP. Behind the rallying cry of ‘11 in ‘11’, the foundation of PACK FOOTBALL was solidified, transformed into a tall monument, shouting from the clouds:

The LEGACY of PACK FOOTBALL will not be entrusted to THE timid NOR THE weak! 2012 CSU-Pueblo Football Media Guide • 2

2012 CSU-Pueblo Football MEDIA GUIDE Quick Facts/Media Info

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Athletic Facilities Neta & Eddie DeRose ThunderBowl Strength Training Facility

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Coaching Staff Strength Coach Allen Hedrick CSU-Pueblo Coaching Staff Head Coach John Wristen Assistant Coaches

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Meet the Pack Numerical Roster Player Profiles – Seniors Player Profiles – Juniors Player Profiles – Sophomores Player Profiles – Freshmen

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2012 Opponents 2012 Opponent Quick Facts 2012 Opponent SID Contacts

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2011 Year-In-Review 2011 Statistics 2011 Starting Lineups 2011 RMAC Season-In-Review 2011 NCAA Division II Playoff Bracket

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RMAC History Past RMAC Champions RMAC Teams in Postseason RMAC Teams in AFCA Poll RMAC Annual Ind. Leaders CSU-Pueblo Record Book The Last Time CSU-Pueblo... Season/Home/RMAC Opener Records All-Time Records vs. Opponents All-Time Series vs. Opponents Year-by-Year Results Coaching Records/Annual Team Finishes & Records All-Time Letterwinners Team and Individual Records Top Ten Career Records Top Ten Season Records Individual Season Team Leaders CSU-Pueblo Honor Roll ThunderWolves in the Pros 2012 Schedule

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CSU-PUEBLO FOOTBALL QUICK FACTS UNIVERSITY

Location Pueblo, Colorado Founded 1933 Enrollment 5,200 President Dr. Lesley A. Di Mare Athletic Director Joe Folda Associate AD/SWA Niki Whitaker Nickname ThunderWolves Colors Blue, White and Red Affiliation NCAA Division II Conference Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Stadium Neta & Eddie DeRose ThunderBowl Capacity 6,500 Athletic Department Phone (719) 549-2711 Ticket Sales Contact Ben LoCascio Ticket Office Phone (719) 549-2050

MEDIA RELATIONS

Asst. A.D./Media Relations Anthony Sandstrom Office Phone (719) 549-2022 Fax (719) 549-2570 Press Box Phone (719) 549-2351 E-mail Anthony.Sandstrom@colostate-pueblo.edu Website www.GoThunderWolves.com SID Mailing Address 2200 Bonforte Blvd. Pueblo, CO 81001

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach John Wristen Alma Mater CSU-Pueblo (1984) CSUP Record 31-13 (fifth year) Career Record 31-13 (four seasons) Office Phone (719) 549-2075 Coordinators Chris Symington, Hunter Hughes Assistants Mike Babcock, Donnell Leomiti, Steve Sewell, Paul Creighton, Bernard Jackson, Craig Ward, Carl Fetters, Samuel Sewell, Roxy Burriss, Dale Cresswell, Jake Novotny, Mark Haering

FOOTBALL INFO 2011 Overall Record 2011 RMAC Record First Year of Football All-time record

Credits

11-1 9-0 (RMAC Champions) 1938 225-204-15 (.524)

CSU-Pueblo Football Media Guide and Cover design and layout by Anthony Sandstrom and assistant Garrett Finke. Photos supplied by Bill Sabo, Pro Action Foto.

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NETA & EDDIE DERose Thunderbowl Colorado State University-Pueblo’s Neta and Eddie DeRose ThunderBowl is one the premier institutions in all of NCAA Division II. The ThunderBowl is unique in that it was built completely with external funds raised by “Friends of Football”, a collection of Pueblo community members and University alums, totalling over $13 million and allowing for the return of football, wrestling and women’s track and field to CSU-Pueblo in 2008. The ThunderBowl features 6,500 seats, a synthetic turf field, a ten-lane all-weather track, throwing, jumping and pole vault areas, as well as a 27,000-square-foot field house, which includes a 4,300-square-foot strength and conditioning complex for all 16 of CSU-Pueblo’s intercollegiate athletics programs, team meeting areas, student-athlete study-areas and lounges, and track and football coaches’ offices. A facility respected nationally by CSU-Pueblo’s peers as well as the NCAA, it had the distinction of hosting two NCAA Championship events in 2011-12 – an NCAA Division II Second Round Playoff Game as well as the 2012 NCAA Division II Outdoor Track and Field Championships. It will also be the site for the 2013 Division II Outdoor Track and Field Championships.

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STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING FACILITIES CSU-Pueblo boasts two outstanding strength and conditioning facilities on campus at CSU-Pueblo dedicated to training athletes. Together they represent some of the most outstanding strength and conditioning facilities in all of Division II athletics.

Strength & Conditioning Facilities at the Neta and Eddie DeRose ThunderBowl The strength and conditioning facility in the field house is 4,309 square feet in size. Included in this facility are 12 state of the art multi-station platforms where you can perform all of the Olympic style exercises, squats, bench press, incline press, pull-downs and pull-ups all on the same station. There are also multiple sets of dumbbells ranging from 5-120 lbs and adjustable free standing benches that can adjust from decline to flat to incline allowing performance of a wide variety of dumbbell exercises. Water filled kegs and tractor tires are also available in the facility to allow performance of implement based exercises. There are sets of various height plyometric boxes and a large selection of medicine balls to provide the opportunity to perform a variety of plyometric drills. In addition, there is also a leg press, leg extension and leg curl machine in the facility, primarily meant to be used by injured athletes who cannot adhere to the normal training protocol. There is also aerobic exercise equipment available in this facility.

Strength Training Facilities at Massari Arena The newly updated strength and conditioning facility in Massari Gymnasium is 1,839 square feet in size. This facility has a large variety of free weight (squat racks, bench press and incline press benches, dumbbells ranging from 2lbs to 100 lbs) and machine based resistance training equipment along with a variety of aerobic exercise equipment.

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STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING STAFF STRENGTH & CONDITIONING COACH

ALLEN HEDRICK 4TH SEASON • CAL ST.-CHICO (‘89)

If you ask CSU-Pueblo head football coach, John Wristen, one of the main reasons the CSU-Pueblo football program was able to rise from a lowly upstart to the No. 1 team in the nation had less to do with coaching and more to do with the players’ dedication to the stellar, world-class strength and conditioning program laid out by former U.S. Olympic Training Center and Air Force Academy strength and conditioning coach, Allen Hedrick. Hedrick heads a program that is beyond reproach – not only in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, but all of NCAA Division II. Named the first ever Head Strength and Conditioning Coach at CSU-Pueblo in 2009, Hedrick boasts a wealth of experience that CSU-Pueblo student-athletes soak up like a sponge. A former strength and conditioning coach at the United States Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs for three years, Hedrick spent 12 years at the United States Air Force Academy – three as an assistant strength and conditioning coach before moving into the head strength coach role, a position he held for nine years. At the Air Force Academy, he was personally responsible for the strength and conditioning programs for football and volleyball while overseeing the en- CERTIFICATIONS & MEMBERSHIPS Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist of Distinction (CSCS*D) tire strength and conditioning program. Fellow of the National Strength and Conditioning Association (FSNCA) Most recently, Hedrick was at the National Strength and Conditioning As- Registered Strength and Conditioning Coach (RSCC) sociation headquarters in Colorado Springs, where he first served as the Head PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Strength and Conditioning Coach, then into the education department as the 1989-91 Cal St.-Fresno (Graduate Assistant Coach) 1991-94 U.S. Olympic Training Center (Str./Cond. Coordinator) NSCA Education Coordinator until 2009. 1994-96 Air Force Academy (Assistant Coach) During his career Hedrick has worked with a variety of athletes, from el- 1996-07 Air Force Academy (Head Coach) ementary school age athletes to athletes at the professional and Olympic level, 2007-08 Nat’l Strength/Conditioning Association (Head Coach) including athletes who have medaled in the Olympic games (Bonnie Blair, speed 2008-09 Nat’l Strength/Conditioning Association (Ed. Coordinator) 2009- CSU-Pueblo (Head Coach) skating and Matt Ghaffari, Greco-Roman Wrestling). A frequent writer, Hedrick has been published over 100 times in a variety of PROFESSIONAL HONORS 2003 NSCA Collegiate Strength & Conditioning Coach of the Year publications on a variety of topics related to strength and conditioning and has published a book on strength and conditioning for football along with numer- ASSISTANTS ous DVD’s on a variety of topics related to strength and conditioning. In addition, Hedrick has spoken at numerous conferences and clinics, both nationally and internationally, including Guatemala, Japan, Australia, and China. In 2003 Hedrick was selected by his peers as the National Strength and Conditioning Association’s Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coach of the Year. Hedrick, a graduate of Cal State-Chico in 1989 who earned his Master’s from Cal State-Fresno, is a Certified Strength and Contioning Specialist of Distinction (CSCS*D) a Fellow of the National Strength and Conditioning Association (FNSCA) and a Registered Strength and Conditioning Coach (RSCC). He and his wife Stephanie reside in Pueblo and have two children, Lindsey and Brandon. Tony Harrison is entering his fourth season as CSUIn addition to coaching Hedrick, also competes in the sport of weightlift- Pueblo’s assistant strength and conditioning coach. ing and finished third at the National Masters Weightlifting Championships in A 2007 graduate of CSU-Pueblo, Harrison is a certi2009. fied strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS).

THE HEDRICK FILE

TONY HARRISON ASST. S/C COACH 4TH SEASON CSU-PUEBLO (‘07)

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CSU-PUEBLO COACHING STAFF • 36 Championship Rings • Three National Coaches of the Year on one staff* • Four coaches with NFL experience** There are very few Division II programs that can make such claims.

CHAMPIONSHIP RINGS AS A PLAYER (11) Year 1981 1984 1986 1987 1989 1993 1994 1995 1997 1997 1998

Team Oklahoma Oklahoma Denver Broncos (NFL) Denver Broncos (NFL) Denver Broncos (NFL) Colorado Colorado Colorado UCLA UCLA UCLA

Championship Sun Bowl Big 8 AFC AFC AFC Aloha Bowl Fiesta Bowl Cotton Bowl PAC-10 Cotton Bowl PAC-10

Recipient Sewell Sewell Sewell Sewell Sewell Leomiti Leomiti Leomiti Babcock Babcock Babcock

• The experience at all levels by the coaching staff at Colorado State University– Pueblo is what separates the ThunderWolves from other Division II programs. Pack coaches have Division I experience, experience as NFL players, past national CHAMPIONSHIP RINGS AS A COACH* (25) championship and bowl rings, and more. Year Team Championship Recipient 1990 Colorado National Champs Wristen • CSU-Pueblo coaches have a combined 51 years of NCAA Division I coaching Big 8 Wristen experience, with head coach John Wristen (18 years) and offensive line coordina- 1990 Colorado 1990 Colorado Orange Bowl Wristen tor Chris Symington (17 years) logging the most. 1991 Colorado Big 8 Wristen • In addition to the one CSU-Pueblo coach with a Division I national champion1995 Northwestern Big 10 Wristen 1996 Northwestern Big 10 Wristen ship ring (John Wristen was a graduate assistant on Colorado’s 1990 national Insight.com Bowl Wristen championship team), CSU-Pueblo coaches collectively own 36 rings, including 10 1999 Colorado 2001 Colorado Big XII Wristen rings from Division I bowl wins, the three AFC Championship rings owned by Steve 2002 UCLA Las Vegas Bowl Babcock Sewell, and nine rings from Division I conference championships (not to mention 2004 Colorado Houston Bowl Hughes 2004 Colorado Houston Bowl Wristen their 2011 RMAC Championship rings). * John Wristen (2011 Division II Coach of the Year), Hunter Hughes (2011 Coordinator of the Year), Allen Hedrick (2003 Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coach of the Year). ** Steve Sewell, Denver Broncos (1985-1992); John Wristen, Denver Broncos (1984); Chris Symington, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1988); Craig Ward, Michigan Panthers, USFL (1983).

2007 Univ. of San Diego Pioneer League (I-AA) Babcock * 13 current members of the CSU-Pueblo coaching staff received 2011 RMAC Championship rings.

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HEAD COACH

JOHN WRISTEN

5TH SEASON • SOUTHERN COLORADO (‘84)

John Wristen, 2011 National Coach of the Year by American Football Monthly magazine, has just completed his fourth season as the head football coach at Colorado State University-Pueblo and sixth year as an employee of the University. In his time, he has dramatically elevated the football program from upstarts to legitimate national power in just four seasons. A former all-conference quarterback at CSU-Pueblo from 1980-83, Wristen faced the monumental task of forging a football program from the ground up when he accepted the job in July 2007. He arrived at CSU-Pueblo with no coaching staff and no players, given the job of building CSU-Pueblo’s first football team since 1984 in just a 365-day window. Unbelievably, it only took three years to turn the team into Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference champions, rising all the way to a national number-one ranking and the nation’s top seed in the 2011 NCAA Division II Playoffs. For his efforts, in addition to his national coach of the year distinction, he was one of five national finalists for the Liberty Mutual Division II Coach of the Year award as well as the Regional Coach of the Year by the American Football Coaches’ Association and Don Hansen’s Football Gazette, Colorado Coach of the Year by the National Football Foundation, and Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Coach of the Year. CSU-Pueblo’s rise to national prominence began in his first full season as head coach, leading the Pack to a 4-6 record in 2008, recording the fourth-best record in NCAA Division II history for a startup program in its first season of competition. He upped the ante with a 7-4 record in 2009, including a big road win over defending-RMAC Champion, Chadron State, and halting the Eagles’ 28-game RMAC winning streak. The seven wins marks the third-most wins in NCAA Division II history for a startup program in its second season. The ThunderWolves’ 11-10 mark over its first two seasons of competition is also the third-best record among NCAA Division II startup programs. In 2010, the Pack turned in an even more impressive campaign, going 9-2 and finishing just a game out of an RMAC Championship and a national playoff berth.

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Wristen returned to Pueblo after coaching the previous 17 years in the NCAA Division I ranks at the University of Colo- PERSONAL rado, Northwestern University, and, most Born: April 15, 1962 in Denver, Colo. recently, UCLA. He was chosen from an High School: Pueblo South High School (Pueblo, Colo.), 1980 College: application pool of more than 100 football Colorado State University-Pueblo (Pueblo, Colo.), 1984 – B.A. in physicial education coaches. Adams State College (Alamosa, Colo.), 1987 - M.A. in special education During the 2006 season, Wristen served Athletic Experience: in football, basketball and track at Pueblo South High School. as the special teams and tight ends coach at Lettered Played quarterback at CSU-Pueblo from 1980-83. UCLA. He coached all-American tight end Family: Fiancée Rochelle Kelly DeVargas; Children JoVanna, Bailey and C.T. Justin Medlock and worked closely with the COACHING EXPERIENCE offensive coordinator in play calling. 1984 CSU-Pueblo Graduate Assistant Weslaco (TX) High School Assistant Coach Prior to UCLA, he served his second of 1985 Rocky Ford (CO) High School Head Coach two stints at CU from 1999-2006. He helped 1986-87 1988-89 Fort Lewis (CO) College Offensive Coordinator guide the Buffaloes to four Big 12 North Di- 1990-91 Colorado Graduate Assistant (QBs & RBs) vision Championships and the 2001 Big 12 1991-99 Northwestern (IL) Running Backs Coach Colorado Tight Ends Coach Title. He coached the tight ends, kickoff and 1999-05 California-Los Angeles Tight Ends Coach punt teams, and was given the additional 2006 2007- CSU-Pueblo Head Coach responsibility of recruiting coordinator in HEAD COACH RECORD 2003. He coached three all-Americans and Year School Record (Conf.) Conf. Finish Notes helped develop and implement the West CSU-Pueblo (Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference – NCAA Division II) Coast Offense at CU. 2008 CSU-Pueblo 4-6 (3-6) 6th/10 1st year of program 2009 CSU-Pueblo 7-4 (6-3) 3rd/10 From 1991-1999, Wristen served as 2010 CSU-Pueblo 9-2 (7-2) 3rd/10 Tied school win record the running back, kickoff return and punt 2011 CSU-Pueblo 11-1 (11-0) 1st/10 NCAA Division II Playoffs team coach at Northwestern University. The  Ranked #1 in nation at end of regular season; Final ranking of #9 Second conference championship in school history (1980) Wildcats won back-to-back Big 10 Titles in  TOTALS 31-13 (.705) – Highest Win% in CSUP history 1995 and 1996 during Wristen’s tenure, and HEAD COACHING HONORS he coached Heisman Trophy finalist DarAmerican Football Monthly Division II National Coach of the Year nell Autry. Northwestern, who played in the 2011 Finalist - Liberty Mutual Division II National Coach of the Year Rose Bowl for the first time since 1949 dur- American Football Coaches’ Association Super Region 3 Coach of the Year ing Wristen’s time, received the 1997 NCAA Don Hansen’s Football Gazette Super Region 3 Coach of the Year Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Coach of the Year Graduation Award for graduating 100 per- National Football Foundation, Colorado Chapter Coach of the Year cent of its undergraduate student-athletes. Wristen’s career in Division I football started in 1990 as a graduate assistant at CU, working with the quarterbacks and running backs and helping the Buffaloes to the 1990 National Championship. He also served as the offensive coordinator at Fort Lewis College, head football and girls basketball coach at Rocky Ford (Colo.) High School, and assistant football coach at Weslaco (Texas) High School. As the starting quarterback at then-University of Southern Colorado, Wristen was an honorable mention All-American quarterback, guiding USC to its only NAIA National Playoff appearance in 1983. He graduated as USC’s all-time leader in passing yards (3,283) and touchdown passes (26). In 1982, Wristen led the NAIA in passing efficiency with a 182.5 rating as a junior. After graduating with an education degree, Wristen signed a free agent contract with the Denver Broncos. After being released from the Broncos, he worked toward a Master of Arts degree from Adams State College, which he received in 1988. John is engaged to Rochelle Kelly DeVargas and they have four children: Bailey, C.T., JoVanna and Dex.

THE WRISTEN FILE

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WRISTEN’S COACHING LEGACY When John Wristen was hired in July 2007 to direct the rebirth of football at Colorado State University-Pueblo, he expected immediate success. After all, success was something Wristen was used to. In his 17 seasons as a Division I assistant at Colorado, Northwestern and UCLA, Wristen was part of three Big XII Division Championship squads, four conference championship teams, and one national champion (1990 at Colorado). But none of those squads, not even the “worst to first” Big Ten Championship team at Northwestern in 1995, was more impressive than what Wristen was able to direct as the head coach at CSU-Pueblo in 2011. With a core of 20-plus players that were on the roster during the ThunderWolves’ inaugural season in 2008, Wristen helped guide that group of 2011 seniors to an 11-0 regular season record, a #1 national ranking and the top seed in the NCAA Division II National Playoffs. In just his fourth season on the job, the ThunderWolves had completed the finest season not just in school history, but in Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference history. Not bad for a program that started with a press conference in July 2007, where Wristen was tasked to hire a staff and recruit a program from scratch in just over 365 days (the team’s first game would take place in September 2008). The ThunderWolves had no benefit of a club team to work from – it had to rely solely on good coaching hires and a hopefully good eye for spotting Division II talent. Today, Wristen’s legacy in the CSU-Pueblo annals is secure. As if is mantle of the finest quarterback in school history wasn’t enough (His 1982 season broke a then national record for quarterback rating that is still in the top 10 in the Division II record books), he has the highest winning percentage in school history. Also, in just his fifth season, he is already the second-most senior coach in the conference and his career winning percentage is far and away tops among current Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference coaches.

WRISTEN’S ASSISTANT & HEAD COACHING RECORD

Year School Overall W-L Conf. W-L (Place/Conf.) Notes 1988 Fort Lewis 1-8 0-5 (6th/RMAC) 1989 Fort Lewis 1-9 1-6 (T5th/RMAC) 1990 Colorado 11-1-1 7-0 (1st/Big 8) Big 8 Champions/1990 National Champions (Orange Bowl, W) 1991 Colorado 8-3-1 6-0-1 (T1st/Big 8) Big 8 Co-Champions (Blockbuster Bowl, L) 1992 Northwestern 3-8 3-5 (9th/Big 10) 1993 Northwestern 2-9 0-8 (10th/Big 10) 1994 Northwestern 3-7-1 2-6 (10th/Big 10) 1995 Northwestern 10-2 8-0 (1st/Big 10) Big 10 Champions (Rose Bowl, L) 1996 Northwestern 9-3 7-1 (T1st/Big 10) Big 10 Co-Champions (Florida Citrus Bowl, L) 1997 Northwestern 5-7 3-5 (8th/Big 10) 1998 Northwestern 3-9 0-8 (11th/Big 10) 1999 Colorado 7-5 5-3 (3rd/Big XII North) (Insight.com Bowl, W) 2000 Colorado 3-8 3-5 (4th/Big XII North) 2001 Colorado 10-3 7-1 (1st/Big XII North) Big XII Champions/Big XII North Champions (Fiesta Bowl, L) 2002 Colorado 9-5 7-1 (1st/Big XII North) Big XII North Champions (Alamo Bowl, L) 2003 Colorado 5-7 3-5 (T4th/Big XII North) 2004 Colorado 8-5 4-4 (T1st/Big XII North) Big XII North Co-Champions (Houston Bowl, W) 2005 Colorado 7-5 5-3 (1st/Big XII North) Big XII North Champions (Champs Sports Bowl, L) 2006 UCLA 7-6 5-4 (4th/Pac-10) (Emerald Bowl, L) 2007 CSU-Pueblo Did not play (Startup Program) 2008 CSU-Pueblo 4-6 3-6 (T6th/RMAC) First season of competition since 1984 2009 CSU-Pueblo 7-4 6-3 (T3rd/RMAC) 2010 CSU-Pueblo 9-2 7-2 (T3rd/RMAC) 2011 CSU-Pueblo 11-1 11-0 (1st/RMAC) RMAC Champions/2nd rd. D-II playoffs (L, Minn.-Duluth) Italics denote season as assistant coach. BOLD denotes season as head coach.

CSU-PUEBLO COACHING HISTORY

Years Coach Overall W-L Win Pct. 1938-40 Dale Rea 6-9-3 .400 1941 Jack Johnson 0-6 .000 1942 Dan Lawrence 1-4 .200 1943-45 No team (World War II) 1946-51 Maurice “Red” Elder 25-25-3 .500 1952-55 Harry Simmons 16-17-2 .485 1956-73 Joe Prater 85-84-4 .503 33-31-2 (.515) JuCo era (1956-62); 52-53-2 (.495) 4-yr. era 1974-83 Mike Friedman 60-38-2 .608 1984 Gary Richardson 2-8 .200 1985-07 No collegiate team 2008- John Wristen 31-13 .705

ACTIVE RMAC COACHES (WIN. PCT.) Coach/School (Conf. Titles) Years Overall W-L Win Pct. John Wristen/CSU-Pueblo (1) 4 31-13 .705 Bob Stitt/Colorado Mines (2) 12 84-52 .618 Jay Long/Chadron State 3 15-15 .500 Marty Heaton/Adams State 4 21-23 .477 Adam Clark/Western New Mexico 2 9-13 .409 Cesar Rivas-Sandoval/Fort Lewis 2 6-15 .286 Eric Young/N.M. Highlands 2 5-17 .227 Jas Bains/Western State 1 1-10 .091 Russ Martin/Colorado Mesa 0 0-0 .000 John Reiners/Black Hills State 0 0-0 .000

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ASSISTANT COACHING STAFF HUNTER HUGHES

DEF. COORDINATOR 5TH SEASON MIDDLE TENN. ST. (‘91)

Hunter Hughes is entering his fifth season as CSU-Pueblo’s

defensive coordinator. One of the most decorated Division II coordinators in the nation, Hughes was the recipient of the FootballScoop.com Division II Coordinator of the Year award, due in large part to the performance of CSU-Pueblo’s punishing defense during its 11-0 regular season. The ThunderWolves allowed a national-best 10.33 points per game and intercepted the ball 26 times, also best in the country. The performance of the 2011 team under Hughes’ leadership was certainly not an anomaly - in the ThunderWolves’ four years of existence as a program, the team finished in the top 25 nationally in points allowed three times (including a finish of 9th in the nation in 2010). Arguably, Hughes’ best single season performance as a coach was in 2008, when the squad allowed the 37th-least point in the nation despite having one of the country’s most anemic offenses during the program’s first season of competition. Hughes rose through the ranks as a coaching assistant with two of the most prestigious Division I football programs in the country - University of Colorado and the University of Tennessee. With the University of Colorado, Hughes was a defensive graduate assistant from 2003-2006, assisting in coaching various defensive positions as well as assisting in recruiting prospective CU students east of the Mississippi River. With the University of Tennessee, Hughes also served as a defensive graduate assistant, focusing chiefly on linebackers and defensive backs. Hughes received his Master’s in physical education and sport management from Middle Tennessee State University in 2001. He and his wife, Stephanie, an assistant coach for the CSU-Pueblo softball team, live in Pueblo.

CSU-PUEBLO DEFENSIVE RANKINGS UNDER HUGHES

RMAC Rankings (Rank/Teams) Nat’l Rankings (Rank/Teams) Year Scoring Defense Total Yds. Turnover Ratio Scoring Defense Total Yds. Turnover Ratio 2008 4th/10 7th/10 1st/10 37th/148 84th/148 25th/148 2009 3rd/10 2nd/10 1st/10 24th/148 34th/148 8th/148 2010 1st/10 3rd/10 1st/10 9th/151 60th/151 4th/151 2011 1st/10 1st/10 1st/10 1st/152 11th/152 3rd/152

CHRIS SYMINGTON

OFF. LINE COORDINATOR 4TH SEASON COLORADO (‘88)

Chris Symington is entering his fourth season as CSU-Pueblo’s offensive line coach and run game coordinator. Under Symington’s direction, CSU-Pueblo’s offensive line has established itself as one of the top units in the country. In 2011, two ThunderWolf offensive linemen (Ryan Jensen and J.T. Haddan) were named All-American while a third (Jonathan Jones) earned All-Super Region honors during the ThunderWolves’ 11-0 RMAC Championship season. Upon his arrival to the program in 2009, he directed the nation’s most improved running game, turning a unit that ranked in the bottom 10 nationally in rushing yards in 2008 into the nation’s 14th-best running attack in 2009. Amazing, the Pack running game accomplished this with two sophomores in the backfield and all true or redshirt freshmen on the offensive line. His unit followed it up with a repeat performance in 2010, ranked 16th in the nation and helping elevate Jesse Lewis as a Harlon Hill Award finalist. In 2011, the ThunderWolves’ line enabled Lewis to get a repeat Harlon Hill Award finalist honor as well as an RMAC Freshman of the Year nod for tailback J.B. Mathews. Symington brought 25 years of experience as a player and coach to the ThunderWolves, much of it at the Division-I level. He had served as the offensive line coach at Eastern Michigan from 20032008, helping the Eagles’ offense to record the most total yards in school history in 2008 and put up some of the most prolific rushing yardage numbers in the history of the program. (Continued on next page)

RUSHING/SACK RANKINGS UNDER SYMINGTON*

Conference Rankings (Rank/Teams) Nat’l Rankings (Rank/Teams) Year Team (Record/Conf.) Rushing Yds. Sacks Allowed Rushing Yds. Sacks Allowed 1999 Western Ky. (6-5 - Ohio Vly. (I-AA)) N/A N/A 7th/122 N/A 2000 Tennessee St. (3-8 - Ohio Vly. (I-AA)) 6th/8 N/A 82nd/122 N/A 2001 Tennessee St. (8-3 - Ohio Vly. (I-AA)) 5th/7 N/A 53rd/123 N/A 2002 Tennessee St. (2-10 - Ohio Vly. (I-AA)) 7th/7 N/A 69th/123 N/A 2003 Eastern Michigan (3-9 MAC) 11th/14 N/A 97th/117 N/A 2004 Eastern Michigan (4-7 MAC) 4th/14 N/A 47th/117 N/A 2005 Eastern Michigan (4-7 MAC) 8th/12 2nd/12 85th/117 25th/117 2006 Eastern Michigan (1-11 MAC) 8th/12 6th/12 98th/119 73rd/119 2007 Eastern Michigan (4-8 MAC) 4th/13 2nd/13 54th/119 24th/119 2008 Eastern Michigan (3-9 MAC) 5th/13 6th/13 57th/119 T40th/119 2009 CSU-Pueblo (7-4 RMAC) 2nd/10 4th/10 14th/148 63rd/148 2010 CSU-Pueblo (9-2 RMAC) 2nd/10 4th/10 16th/151 59th/151 2011 CSU-Pueblo (11-1 RMAC) 2nd/10 4th/10 45th/152 83rd/152 * NCAA statistical rankings only available from 1999 to present. All posts listed above, Symington served as offensive line coach. He was also the offensive line coach at Vanderbilt from 1990 to 1994, offensive coordinator at Northwood (MI) in 1995 and 1996, and Western Kentucky from 1996 to 1999.

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CHRIS SYMINGTON (Continued) Prior to his time at Eastern Michigan, Symington had held offensive line coaching posts at numerous universities, including Tennessee State (2000-03), Western Kentucky (1996-99), and Vanderbilt (1990-94). From 1995-96, Symington was the offensive coordinator at the Division-II level with Northwood (Mich.) University. An offensive lineman at the University of Colorado from 198488, Symington was named the Freedom Bowl Most Valuable Player in 1985, was the team’s offensive player of the year in 1987, and was an all-Big 8 honorable mention selection. Prior to obtaining his first coaching position as a graduate assistant at CU alongside current CSU-Pueblo head coach Wristen, Symington signed a free agent contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 1988. Symington and his wife, Marti, have six children: Adam, Jessica, Blair, Jackson, Mary Grace and Stuart, as well as four grandchildren.

donnell leomiti

def. backs coach/ recruiting coord. 5TH SEASON COLORADO (‘88)

Donnell Leomiti is entering his fifth season as CSU-Pueblo’s defensive backs coach and recruiting coordinator. Leomiti has coached up an incredibly efficient defensive backfield in his first four seasons with the Pack, coaching two AllAmericans (Mark Sterling and Stephan Dickens in 2011), and three All-Region selections (Sterling, Dickens, and Grant Crunkleton in 2010) and a total of 10 All-RMAC selections in four seasons. In 2011, Leomiti’s defensive backfield was the best in the nation, ranking first in interceptions and turnover ratio as the CSUPueblo defense held opponents to the third-lowest points per game figure in the country. Prior to arriving at CSU-Pueblo, Leomiti had been the defensive technical intern at CU in 2005 and 2006. At CU, his responsibilities included working with the secondary as well as on-campus recruiting. Leomiti arrived at CU after serving as a high school assistant coach from 1999-2004. He spent 1999 and 2000 at Denver North High School, and then followed that up with a four-year stint as linebackers coach at Boulder High School. As a CU player, Leomiti was a member of many great teams in the mid-1990s. Starting out as a receiver at CU, he saw action in 11 games, including the Fiesta Bowl, as a true freshman in 1992. He moved to safety the following year, starting at strong safety as a junior and senior. He had 159 career tackles, including 98 as a

senior (the third most on the team), along with three interceptions, three fumble recoveries and seven pass deflections. Two of his biggest plays came his junior year (1994): he returned an interception for a touchdown at Missouri and had a key fumble recovery in the fourth quarter at Michigan, a big play in the game now referred to as both “The Miracle in Michigan” and “The Catch.” Born in Santa Ana, Calif., he graduated from Leone High School in Pavaiai, American Samoa, in 1992 where he lettered in football, basketball and baseball. He was a two-time Ashaa League most valuable player on offense, earning the honor his junior and senior years. He is married to former CSU-Pueblo All-American cross country athlete, Lauren Dunsmoor. The couple has four children: Donnell Jr., Siliaga, Malekai and Kai’ani.

CSU-PUEBLO PASS DEFENSE RANKINGS UNDER LEOMITI

RMAC Rankings (Rank/Teams) Nat’l Rankings (Rank/Teams) Year Pass Effic. Def. Interceptions Turnover Ratio Pass Effic. Def. Interceptions Turnover Ratio 2008 4th/10 3rd/10 1st/10 38th/148 T39th/148 25th/148 2009 1st/10 1st/10 1st/10 17th/148 T8th/148 8th/148 2010 4th/10 1st/10 1st/10 44th/151 3rd/151 4th/151 2011 2nd/10 1st/10 1st/10 4th/152 1st/152 3rd/152

mike babcock

quarterbacks coach/ pass game coord. 5TH SEASON ucla (‘02)

Mike Babcock is entering his fifth season as an assistant coach with the ThunderWolves and his fourth as the team’s pass game coordinator and quarterbacks coach. After serving as tight ends coach for one season, Babcock undertook the Pack’s quarterbacks, and watched as Pack quarterbacks shattered most school passing records on an annual basis. In 2010, he helped direct a ThunderWolves offense that averaged 36.7 points per game, 13th most in the nation. In 2011, during an 11-0 season, CSU-Pueblo averaged 33.0 points per game. Babcock, who played linebacker for the Bruins at UCLA from 1997-99, was on two Pac-10 championship teams, and played in the 1998 Cotton Bowl and 1999 Rose Bowl. He received his Bachelor’s in sociology from UCLA in 2002 before earning his Master’s in education in 2004, also from UCLA. He was the tight ends coach at the University of San Diego in 2007, and was a graduate assistant at UCLA from 2000-04. From 2005-06, he was the offensive quality control intern at the University of Colorado. Babcock and his wife, Kimberly, have a son, Tyler. The family resides in Pueblo.

CSU-PUEBLO PASS OFFENSE RANKINGS UNDER BABCOCK

RMAC Rankings (Rank/Teams) Nat’l Rankings (Rank/Teams) Year Pass Offense Pass Efficiency Scoring Off. Pass Offense Pass Efficiency Scoring Off. 2009 10th/10 4th/10 5th/10 105th/148 80th/148 64th/148 2010 8th/10 5th/10 1st/10 106th/151 75th/151 13th/151 2011 8th/10 1st/10 2nd/10 106th/152 36th/152 33rd/152

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STEVE SEWELL

RUNNING BACKS COACH 5TH SEASON OKLAHOMA (‘86)

Steve Sewell is entering his fifth season as CSU-Pueblo’s running backs coach. In his first four seasons as the Pack’s running backs coach, he coached a group of backs that finished the season ranked in the national top 20 statistically twice. He helped guide a turnaround from 2008 to 2009, as a unit that was ranked in the bottom 10 nationally turned it around to be the 14th-best rushing unit in the nation. He also tutored tailback Jesse Lewis, who set most CSU-Pueblo rushing records from 2008 to 2011, earning an All-American honor in 2010 and being named a finalist for the Harlon Hill Award (Division II’s equivalent of the Heisman Trophy) in 2010 and 2011. Sewell is famously known to Denver Broncos fans in southern Colorado, having played for the Broncos from 1985 to 1992, including the Broncos’ Super Bowl seasons of 1986, 1987 and 1989. Since retiring in 1993, Sewell, a resident of Aurora, Colo., had slowly warmed up to coaching as his day job, having most recently been an assistant coach with the Grandview High School football team in Centennial, Colo. Sewell, who had been the team’s offensive coordinator the past two seasons, was instrumental in Grandview’s 5A Colorado State Championship title in 2007. During Grandview’s state championship run, the Grandview offense was nearly unstoppable, averaging 332 yards of offense per game, including an average of 237 rushing yards per game. The state’s leading individual runner, Bo Bolen, tutored under Sewell, en route to 2,291 rushing yards and 28 touchdowns. In Sewell’s four seasons with the team, Grandview made the 5A state playoffs three of those four seasons, including a berth in the state semifinal in 2005. As a player with the Broncos, Sewell had learned from some of the best, including current and former NFL head coaches Mike Shanahan (Washington Redskins) and Chan Gailey (Buffalo Bills), Dan Reeves (Broncos), Wade Phillips (Dallas Cowboys), and Mike Nolan (49ers). As a player at the University of Oklahoma, Sewell was coached by Barry Switzer and current University of Texas head coach, Mack Brown, each of which won national championships at

the collegiate level. Sewell also played alongside current Houston Texans head coach, Gary Kubiak, who was a backup quarterback for the Broncos during Sewell’s time with the team. Sewell received his bachelor’s degree in Organizational Communication from the University of Oklahoma in 1986. A California-native, Sewell graduated from Riordan High School in San Francisco in 1981. He is the father of three children: Samuel, Caleb and Calah.

PAUL CREIGHTON

DEFENSIVE LINE COACH 2ND SEASON COLORADO (‘06)

Paul Creighton is entering his second season as the defensive line coach at Colorado State University-Pueblo. In his first season helming the CSU-Pueblo defensive line, the ThunderWolves promptly put together its best season in school history in terms of team defense. The unit led the nation in scoring offense (leading to a national coordinator of the year honors for defensive coordinator Hunter Hughes) and on the defensive line, senior Grant Jansen was named All-American. Creighton came to CSU-Pueblo after serving as the defensive graduate assistant at the University of Colorado during the 2009 and 2010 seasons. Creighton returned to his alma mater of Colorado after a stint at Auburn University where he was the graduate assistant strength and conditioning coach for two years, working with some athletes that went on to win the 2010 NCAA FBS National Championship. Originally a walk-on at Colorado where he earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology in 2006, he was placed on scholarship after just one semester. He ultimately played in 47 games at CU at tight end, fullback and special teams, seeing action in two bowl games. A Tecumseh, Neb.-native, he graduated from Niwot High School in Niwot, Colo. in 2002. He is married to the former Kathleen Almon.

CSU-PUEBLO DEFENSE RANKINGS UNDER CREIGHTON

RMAC Rankings (Rank/Teams) Nat’l Rankings (Rank/Teams) Year Rush Defense Sacks Tkl. for Loss Rush Defense Sacks Tkl. for Loss 2011 1st/10 4th/10 6th/10 4th/152 T43rd/152 T53rd/152

CSU-PUEBLO RUSHING RANKINGS UNDER SEWELL Year Team (Record/Conf.) 2008 CSU-Pueblo (4-6 RMAC) 2009 CSU-Pueblo (7-4 RMAC) 2010 CSU-Pueblo (9-2 RMAC) 2011 CSU-Pueblo (11-1 RMAC)

Conference Rankings (Rank/Teams) Nat’l Rankings (Rank/Teams) Rushing Yds. Total Offense Rushing Yds. Total Offense 9th/10 10th/10 139th/148 143rd/148 2nd/10 3rd/10 14th/148 48th/148 2nd/10 4th/10 16th/151 55th/151 2nd/10 6th/10 45th/152 80th/152

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BERNARD JACKSON

WIDE RECEIVERS COACH 2ND SEASON CSU-PUEBLO (‘11)

Bernard Jackson, former CSUPueblo wide receiver, is entering his second season as the ThunderWolves’ wide receivers coach. In his first season as the Pack’s receiving coach, CSU-Pueblo turned in its best season since the football program’s rebirth in 2008 in terms of receiving yardage, averaging 181.7 receiving yards per game. Also for the first time since the rebirth of the program, a CSU-Pueblo receiver garnered all-conference honors as both Paul Browning and Josh Sandoval earned All-RMAC distinction. As a player for the ThunderWolves in 2010, Jackson led the ThunderWolves in receiving with 34 receptions for 453 yards, logging 721 all purpose yards during the season. His success came after a four-year hiatus from the game, last hitting the field as the starting quarterback at the University of Colorado in 2006. A native of Corona, Calif., Jackson also received the ThunderWolves’ Fellowship of Christian Athletes Integrity Award in 2011. He is the father of one son, Jayden, and resides in Pueblo.

CSU-PUEBLO RECEIVING RANKINGS UNDER JACKSON

RMAC Rankings (Rank/Teams) Nat’l Rankings (Rank/Teams) Year Receiving Yards Total Offense Scoring Off. Receiving Yards Total Offense Scoring Off. 2011 8th/10 6th/10 2nd/10 106th/152 80th/152 33rd/152

CRAIG WARD

WIDE RECEIVERS COACH 2ND SEASON CSU-PUEBLO (‘12)

Craig Ward is entering his fifth season as an assistant defensive line coach at CSU-Pueblo. In his time at CSU-Pueblo, the ThunderWolves have morphed into the top defensive unit in the nation and have two All-Americans on the defensive line (Chase Vaughn in 2008, Grant Jansen in 2011) to its credit. A former all-conference linebacker at then-University of Southern Colorado from 1979-82, Ward boasts a 100-tackle season to his credit during his collegiate days. He also played for one season in the USFL with the Michigan Panthers in 1983. Ward, a 2012 graduate of CSU-Pueblo, and his wife, Annette, have eight children: Shawana, Millie, Anna, D.J., Kimmy, Josh, Patrick and Anthony.

CARL FETTERS

LINEBACKERS COACH 3RD SEASON ADAMS STATE (‘64)

Carl Fetters, longtime high school football coach well-known in the Pikes Peak area, enters his third season as outside linebackers coach with the ThunderWolves. On the Pack staff since 2010, two ThunderWolf outside backers (Jason Campbell and Louie Lozano) have earned All-RMAC honors under his tutelage. A former All-American at Adams State, Fetters made his name as a coach helming Cheyenne Mountain High School’s squad from 1969 to 1997. He received his Master’s from Adams State College.

SAMUEL SEWELL

TIGHT ENDS COACH 2ND SEASON NORTHERN COLO. (‘11)

Former University of Northern Colorado tight end Samuel Sewell is entering his second season as the ThunderWolves’ tight ends coach. In his first season helming the Pack’s tight ends unit, starting tight end Koby Wittek became the program’s first ever All-American tight end. Additionally, Pack tight ends accounted for nearly a quarter of all passes caught in 2011. As a tight end at Northern Colorado, Sewell played in nearly every game during his four seasons with the Bears, seeing action in 42 out of 44 games from 2007-10. Son of CSU-Pueblo assistant coach and former Denver Bronco, Steve Sewell, the Aurora, Colo. native resides in Pueblo.

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VOLUNTEER COACHES & SUPPORT STAFF DALE CRESSWELL

MARK HAERING

LINEBACKERS COACH 5TH SEASON SOUTHERN COLO. (‘85)

DEF. QUALITY CONTROL 1ST SEASON BOSTON UNIV. (‘92)

ROXY BURRIS

J.T. HADDAN

JAKE NOVOTNY

BILL SABO

ASST. OFF. LINE COACH 5TH SEASON SOUTHERN COLO. (‘69)

DEF. GRAD ASSISTANT 1ST SEASON

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STUDENT ASST. 1ST SEASON

VOLUNTEER ASST. ATHLETICS PHOTOGRAPHER 4th SEASON

2012 NUMERICAL ROSTER No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 61 62 65 66

Name Kieren Duncan C.J. Roberts Darius Allen Stephan Dickens Jarrod Lacy Nick Henderson Buster Thede Josh Bredl Brandon Kliesen Brode McDonald Josh Sandoval Mark Sterling Greg O’Donnell M Dick Ross Dausin Troy Graham Deontrae Cooper Aaron Rosipajla Efrain Hernandez-Cosyleon Matt Tucker Marcial Williamson Ryan Corpening Franex Dort J.B. Mathews Cedric Harris Jorden St. Louis Ronell McNeal Mannie Rathell Chris Ashe Cameron McDondle Marcus Cyrus Giovanni Rider Justin LaBorde Jason Campbell Coleman MacArthur Matt Biery Alex Fenlon Paul Dickens Justin Jackson Ben Estica Kevin Cuff Taylor Young Tyler Hamlin Joe Rosenbrock Louis Fisher A.J. Homan Beldy Nseka Ryan Merrill Trent Thompson Jake Ludwick Evan Ruppert Jonathan Jones Daniel McQueen Taylor Kelly Corey Orth Trace Gray Spencer Duckworth Tuff Gibson Ben Jackson R.J. Trione Matt Sokhy Casey Giles Ryan Jensen

Cl.-Exp. Fr.-HS So.-1L So.-1L Jr.-2L So.-1L Jr.-2L Sr.-1L So.-1L Jr.-2L RFr.-RS Jr.-2L Sr.-3L RFr.-RS RFr.-TR Sr.-2L Sr.-2L So.-1L Fr.-HS RFr.-RS Jr.-TR Sr.-3L Fr.-HS Sr.-1L So.-1L Fr.-HS RFr.-RS RFr.-RS Jr.-JC RFr.-RS Fr.-HS So.-HS Sr.-3L RFr.-RS Sr.-3L Jr.-JC RFr.-RS RFr.-RS Sr.-VR Sr.-1L RFr.-RS RFr.-RS So.-TR Sr.-3L RFr.-RS So.-VR Jr.-TR Sr.-3L Fr.-HS So.-1L Fr.-HS So.-1L Sr.-3L Fr.-HS Jr.-2L Sr.-1L Fr.-HS Fr.-HS RFr.-RS Jr.-2L Sr.-3L Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Sr.-3L

Pos. WR CB DE CB S S LB DE P QB WR CB K QB QB QB WR QB K DB WR RB CB TB DB DB CB DB TB RB DB FB DE LB FB S FB RB TB LB/DE LB LB TE LB TE OLB LB LB TE LS LB C LB OT DE DE DE LB OG OG C OG OT

Ht. 5-10 6-0 6-2 5-11 5-11 5-10 6-0 6-7 5-10 6-0 6-0 5-11 6-0 6’0” 6-6 6-4 6-1 6-0 5-10 6-1 6-0 5-8 5-11 5-11 6-0 5-9 6-0 6-0 6-1 5-6 5-8 6-0 5-11 6-0 6-1 6-2 6-0 5-11 5-9 6-1 6-0 6-1 6-2 5-11 6-2 5-11 6-0 6-1 6-3 6-2 6-0 5-8 6-0 6-5 6-5 6-3 6-1 6-0 6-1 5-10 6-3 6-3 6-5

Wt. 152 180 218 173 196 185 213 250 210 200 191 185 169 205 223 224 180 185 194 195 190 172 173 191 146 179 170 180 205 202 172 213 235 225 232 185 223 210 213 205 222 205 207 210 215 183 201 199 226 204 213 215 223 265 256 227 201 210 261 263 256 250 311

Hometown/Previous School (High School) Goodyear, Ariz. (Millennium HS) Boynton Beach, Fla. (Santaluces Comm. HS) Pueblo, Colo. (Pueblo East HS) Aurora, Colo. (Cherokee Trail HS) Boynton Beach, Fla. (Santaluces Comm. HS) Berthoud, Colo (Berthoud HS) Arvada, Colo./Western N.M. (Pomona HS) Thornton, Colo. (Horizon HS) Pueblo, Colo. (Pueblo South HS) Fort Collins, Colo. (Rocky Mountain HS) Pueblo, Colo. (Pueblo East HS) Colorado Springs, Colo (Sierra HS) Monument, Colo. (St. Mary’s HS) Fort Collins, Colo./New Mexico (Poudre HS) San Antonio, Tex./Butler County (KS) C.C. (Warren HS) Chandler, Ariz./No. Arizona (Basha HS) Riverside, Calif. (Citrus Hill HS) Castle Rock, Colo. (Douglas County HS) Pueblo, Colo. (Centennial HS) Aurora, Colo./Arizona State (Grandview HS) Lakewood, Wash. (Lakes HS) Lenoir, N.C. (West Caldwell HS) Lake Worth, Fla./Mt. San Jacinto (CA) J.C. (Santaluces Comm. HS) Aurora, Colo. (Rangeview HS) Denton, Tex. (Billy Ryan HS) Lantana, Fla. (Santaluces Comm. HS) Aurora, Colo. (Prairie View HS) Lake Worth, Fla./Mt. San Jacinto (CA) C.C. (Santaluces Comm. HS) Colorado Springs, Colo. (Widefield HS) Littleton, Colo. (Columbine HS) Pueblo West, Colo. (Pueblo West HS) Pueblo, Colo. (Pueblo County HS) Pueblo West, Colo. (Pueblo West HS) Kailua, Hawaii (Kamehameha HS) Buckeye, Ariz./Allan Hancock (CA) (Buckeye Union HS) Kiowa, Colo. (Elizabeth HS) Woodland Park, Colo. (Woodland Park HS) Albuquerque, N.M./Western N.M. (West Mesa HS) Pueblo West, Colo./Garden City (KS) C.C. (Pueblo West HS) Palm Beach, Fla. (Santaluces Comm. HS) San Diego, Calif. (Torrey Pines HS) Colorado Springs, Colo./Northern Colo. (Colorado Springs Christian HS) Louisville, Colo. (Monarch HS) Brush, Colo. (Brush HS) Broomfield, Colo. (Broomfield HS) Lexington, Neb./Nebraska-Omaha (Lexington HS) Aurora, Colo. (Cherokee Trail HS) Scottsdale, Ariz. (Saguaro HS) Pueblo, Colo. (Pueblo Central HS) Castle Rock, Colo. (Castle View HS) Colo. Springs, Colo. (Cheyenne Mountain HS) Houston, Tex. (Westfield HS) Denver, Colo. (J.K. Mullen HS) Ojai, Calif. (Nordhoff HS) Buena Vista, Colo./Wyoming/Eastern Arizona (Buena Vista HS) Longmont, Colo. (Silver Creek HS) Gilbert, Ariz. (Gilbert HS) Merino, Colo. (Merino HS) Brighton, Colo (Brighton HS) Wheat Ridge, Colo. (Wheat Ridge HS) Gilbert, Ariz. (Campo Verde HS) Aurora, Colo. (Rangeview HS) Fort Morgan, Colo. (Fort Morgan HS)

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67 68 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 99

Trevon Lewis Drew Swartz Chris Warren Scotland Coyle Gary Dixon Matt Parrish Austin Payne Devon Hutchins Brandon DeJesus Bryce Givens Zack Martinez Aaron Bruchhauser Brandon Mosley Paul Browning Roger Pfannenschmid Brock Campbell Treyben Letlow Ryan Weissmann Khalyph Smith Russell Carrell Jarred Radebaugh Rod Smith, Jr. Chance Rodriguez Joe Shultz Tony Campton Corbin Feenstra Joe Gonzales Matt Woolem Josh Croy Morgan Fox Austin Warren

Fr.-HS Jr.-2L Sr.-3L So.-1L RFr.-RS Fr.-HS So.-1L Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Sr.-TR RFr.-RS Fr.-HS Fr.-HS So.-1L Sr.-3L So.-TR RFr.-RS Jr.-TR Fr.-HS Fr.-HS RFr.-RS Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Fr.-HS RFr.-RS Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Fr.-HS Fr.-HS RFr.-RS

OL OG G/C C OT OL OT LT OG OT OT TE TE WR TE WR TE WR WR TE WR WR DE DE NG NG DL NG DE DE NG

6-2 6-4 6-0 6-2 6-1 6-5 6-5 6-3 6-2 6-6 6-6 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-3 5-9 6-5 6-2 5-10 6-0 5-11 6-0 6-2 6-2 6-0 6-2 6-0 5-11 6-1 6-3 6-1

255 307 268 254 251 300 265 286 234 284 270 203 210 220 255 180 214 182 173 236 186 185 256 221 274 234 214 257 216 221 274

Colorado Springs, Colo. (Wasson HS) Gilbert, Ariz (Gilbert HS) Walnut, Calif. (Walnut HS) Longmont, Colo. (Longmont HS) Fontana, Calif. (Summit HS) Yucaipa, Calif. (Yuycaipa HS) Pueblo West, Colo. (Pueblo West HS) Tracy, Calif. (Merrill F. West HS) Pueblo, Colo. (Pueblo East HS) Castle Rock, Colo./Colorado (Douglas County HS) Redlands, Calif. (Redlands East Valley HS) Litchfield Park, Ariz. (Millennium HS) Fontana, Calif. (Summit HS) Widefield, Colo. (Widefield HS) Pueblo, Colo. (Centennial HS) Meeker, Colo./Northern Colo. (Meeker HS) Hayden, Colo. (Hayden HS) Loveland, Colo./Louisiana College (Loveland HS) Austin, Tex. (Round Rock HS) Nacogdoches, Tex. (Garrison HS) Thornton, Colo. (Northglenn HS) Aurora, Colo. (Cherry Creek HS) Watkins, Colo. (Bennett HS) Gilbert, Ariz. (Gilbert HS) Littleton, Colo. (Columbine HS) Superior, Colo. (Monarch HS) Brighton, Colo. (Horizon HS) Arvada, Colo. (Pomona HS) Littleton, Colo. (Columbine HS) Fountain, Colo. (Fountain-Fort Carson HS) Lubbock, Tex. (Monterey HS)

REDSHIRTS/SCOUT TEAM MEMBERS No. Name

Cl.-Exp. Pos.

Ht.

Wt.

Hometown/Previous School(s)

Francisco Andrade Fr.-HS P 6-2 200 Pueblo West, Colo. (Pueblo West HS) Alex Beardsley Fr.-HS S 5-10 150 Sterling, Colo. (Sterling HS) Kyle Bowers Fr.-HS TE 6-2 205 Thornton, Colo. (Skyview HS) Connor Braatz Fr.-HS TE 6-5 205 Hailey, Idaho (Wood River HS) Seth Brown Fr.-HS DB 5-11 185 Colorado Springs, Colo. (Palmer HS) Darian Craig So.-TR RB 5-10 210 Mobile, Ala./Northern Colo. (Davidson HS) Landon Cunning Fr.-HS OL 6-2 275 Brighton, Colo. (Prairie View HS) Dalton Davis Fr.-HS OL 6-2 240 Littleton, Colo. (ThunderRidge HS) Fradlet Dort Fr.-HS RB 5-7 159 Lake Worth, Fla. (Santaluces Comm. HS) Sebastian Dyke Fr.-HS OT 6-2 265 Henderson, Colo. (Prairie View HS) Shane Ellington Fr.-HS DL 6-0 215 Lafayette, Colo. (Centaurus HS) Caleb Flack Fr.-HS QB 6-1 197 Littleton, Colo. (D’Evelyn HS) Keenan Garland Fr.-HS WR 5-8 165 Chandler, Ariz. (Basha HS) Nate Germano Fr.-HS DB 5-8 167 Colorado Springs, Colo. (St. Mary’s HS) De’Aundray Gooden Fr.-HS LB 5-10 197 Orange Park, Fla. (Fleming Island HS) Jervoise Hollins Jr.-2L NG 6-1 260 Aurora, Colo. (Overland HS) Jalen Hughes Fr.-HS WR 5-8 163 Aurora, Colo. (Overland HS) Joe Jackson RFr.-TR LB 5-11 230 Brighton, Colo./Adams St. (Brighton HS) Branson Jennings Fr.-HS QB 6-2 225 Lamar, Colo. (Lamar HS) Devante Johnson Fr.-HS RB 5-6 163 Colorado Springs, Colo. (Mesa Ridge HS) Josh Johnson Fr.-HS WR 6-2 183 Colorado Springs, Colo. (Vista Ridge HS) Joseph Jones Fr.-HS DB 5-11 185 Fountain, Colo. (Fountain-Fort Carson HS) Mac McClung Fr.-HS OL 6-2 229 Gilcrest, Colo. (Valley HS) Cameron McDondle Fr.-HS RB 5-6 202 Littleton, Colo. (Columbine HS) Robert Milus Fr.-HS CB 5-11 183 Chandler, Ariz. (Hamilton HS) Louie Neil Fr.-HS WR 6-2 191 Woodland Park, Colo. (Woodland Park HS) Eric Nieschburg Fr.-HS RB 5-10 185 Lamar, Colo. (Lamar HS) Eric Patterson Fr.-HS QB 5-10 175 Grants Pass, Ore. (Paradise HS) Quintin Riley Fr.-HS LB 6-2 211 Colorado Springs, Colo. (Vista Ridge HS) Jacob Schade Jr.-VR WR 6-1 183 Monument, Colo./Western State (CO) (Lewis-Palmer HS)

No. Name

Cl.-Exp. Pos.

Ht.

Wt.

Hometown/Previous School(s)

Jeff Scharlau Fr.-HS OL 6-5 292 Thornton, Colo. (Legacy HS) Sam Singleton Fr.-HS LB 5-11 231 Denver, Colo. (Mullen HS) Dennis Smatana Fr.-HS DE 6-3 240 Albuquerque, N.M. (Menaul School) Riley Smith Jr.-TR WR 5-8 186 Pueblo, Colo./Northern Colo. (Pueblo South HS) Ricky Stinnett Fr.-HS FB 6-0 210 Fort Collins, Colo. (Poudre HS) Tyrell Strickland RFr.-RS CB 6-1 180 Fort Worth, Tex. (Richland HS) LaRon Tarkington Fr.-HS DB 5-9 190 Phoenix, Ariz. (Chandler HS) Patrick Thompson Fr.-HS RB 5-6 171 Tracy, Calif. (West HS) Trent Tosetti Fr.-HS FB 5-9 202 Evergreen, Colo. (Evergreen HS) Desmond Turner-Gonzales RFr.-RS DB 5-10 191 Denver, Colo. (Gateway HS) Tim Vega Fr.-HS WR 5-7 140 Denver, Colo. (John F. Kennedy HS) Kurtis Walls Fr.-HS QB 6-2 206 Laveen, Ariz. (Betty Fairfax HS) Maleaque Washington Fr.-HS WR 6-0 184 Centennial, Colo. (Eaglecrest HS) Riley White RFr.-RS S 6-1 205 Castle Rock, Colo. (Douglas County HS) EXPERIENCE KEY: #L= Number of seasons lettered. TR=Transfer from 4-year school. JC=Transfer from junior college. VR=varsity reserve (did not play). HS=High school

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CSU-PUEBLO SENIOR PROFILES JASON CAMPBELL

ROSS DAUSIN

senior • LB • 6’1” • 225 kailua, Hawaii kamehameha HS

CAREER HONORS

CAREER HONORS

• 2011 Don Hansen’s Football Gazette All-Super Region 3 (3rd team) • 2011 All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (2nd team)

• 2011 Don Hansen’s Football Gazette All-Super Region 3 (3rd team) • 2011 All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (2nd team) • 2011 National Football Foundation All-Colorado (2nd team)

CAREER STATISTICS G Tkl UA 2008 Redshirt 2009 5 3 5 2010 11 24 26 2011 11 18 16 TOT 27 45 47

A

TFL/Yds PD FF

8 0.0-0 1 50 11.0/42 1 34 6.5/16 1 92 17.5/58 3

senior • Qb • 6’5” • 230 san antonio, texas warren hs butler county (kan.) C.C.

0 0 0 0

FR Blk 1 1 0 2

0 0 0 0

Sacks/Yds

Int

0/0 5.0/32 2.0/6 7.0/38

1 1 0 2

CAREER STATISTICS

Yds TD 0 2 0 2

0 0 0 0

Lg 0 2 0 2

G Att Cmp Int Yds 2008* Redshirt 2009* 11 279 131 15 2087 2010 11 239 135 6 1674 2011 11 236 143 4 1868 TOT 22 475 278 10 3542 * At Butler County (Kan.) Community College

TD

Lg

Pct

Avg/P

Avg/G

Effic

Rush

TotOff

18 12 16 28

78 63 75 75

47.0 56.5 60.6 58.5

7.8 7.0 7.9 7.5

189.7 152.2 169.8 161.0

120.3 126.9 146.1 136.4

-186 -10 124 114

1901 1664 1992 3656

STATISTICAL HONORS & RECORDS

• Single Game School Records:

Most Passes Completed (23), vs. Nebraska-Kearney, Oct. 16, 2010

• Single Season School Records:

Most Total Offense (2011), 1,992 yards Most Passing Yardage (2011), 1,868 yards Most Touchdown Passes (2011), 16 Highest Percentage of Passes Completed (2011), 60.6%

• Career School Records:

Most Passing Yardage (3,542) Most Passes Attempted (475) Most Touchdown Passes (28) Lowest Percentage of Passes Had Intercepted (2.1%, 10 of 475)

Paul dickens

senior • rB • 6’0” • 210 albuquerque, n.m. west mesa hs western n.m.

career statistics

ROSS DAUSIN

G Rush Yards Avg. TD Lg Rec Yards Avg. TD Lg K-Ret P-Ret AllPur TotOff 2007* DNP 2008-11 DNP * At Western N.M.

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CSU-PUEBLO SENIOR PROFILES Franex dort

troy graham

senior • cB • 5’11” • 176 Lake Worth, Fla. Santaluces hs Mt. San Jacinto (CA) J.C.

Career Defensive Statistics 2009* 2010* 2011 TOT

G Tkl UA - 4 4 - 0 0 9 13 7 9 13 7

A 0 0 6 6

TFL/Yds 1.0/11 0.0/0 0.0/0 0.0/0

PD 0 0 2 2

FF 0 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0 0

Blk 0 0 0 0

Sacks/Yds 0.0/0 0.0/0 0.0/0 0.0/0

Int 0 0 0 0

Yds TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lg 0 0 0 0

Career offensive Statistics G Rush Yards Avg. 2009* - 155 781 5.0 2010* - 212 1261 5.9 2011 9 0 0 0.0 TOT 9 0 0 0.0 * At Mt. San Jacinto (CA) J.C.

TD 6 14 0 0

Lg 38 66 0 0

Rec Yards 3 18 11 36 0 0 0 0

Avg. 6.0 3.3 0.0 0.0

TD 0 0 0 0

Lg K-Ret P-Ret AllPur TotOff 10 0 0 0 868 11 0 0 0 1292 0 147 15 162 0 0 147 15 162 0

senior • Qb • 6’5” • 220 chandler, ariz. basha hs northern arizona

CAREER HONORS

• Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Academic Honor Roll

CAREER STATISTICS G Att Cmp Int 2008* Redshirt 2009 3 3 0 0 2010 1 2 1 0 2011 6 23 12 1 TOT 10 28 13 1 * At Northern Arizona

Yds

TD

Lg

Pct

Avg/P

Avg/G

Effic

Rush

0 12 167 179

0 0 0 0

0 12 36 36

0.0 50.0 52.2 46.4

0.0 6.0 7.3 6.4

0.0 12.0 27.8 17.9

0.0 100.4 104.5 93.0

-7 0 -7 -14

TotOff -7 12 160 165

tyler hamlin

BRYCE GIVENS

senior • te • 6’2” • 215 Louisville, Colo. monarch hs

senior • OT • 6’6” • 284 CASTLE ROCK, COLO. DOUGLAS COUNTY hs COLORADO UNIVERSITY

Career Statistics CAREER HONORS

• 2009 Yahoo! Sports Freshman All-Big 12 (First-team) • 2009 FoxSports.com Preseason Redshirt Freshman All-America

G Rush Yards Avg. 2008 Redshirt 2009 10 0 0 0.0 2010 7 0 0 0.0 2011 11 0 0 0.0 TOT 28 0 0 0.0

TD Lg 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

Rec Yards Avg. TD Lg K-Ret P-Ret AllPur TotOff 3 0 4 7

64 0 26 90

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21.3 0.0 6.5 12.9

0 35 0 0 1 10 1 45

22 10 0 32

0 0 0 0

86 10 26 122

0 0 0 0

CSU-PUEBLO SENIOR PROFILES jUSTIN Jackson

Jonathan Jones

senior • tb • 5’8” • 220 pueblo west, cOLO. pueblo west hs Garden City (KS) C.C.

CAREER HONORS

career statistics G Rush Yards Avg. TD Lg 2008* Stats N/A 2009* Stats N/A 2010* Stats N/A 2011 3 8 33 4.1 0 17 * At Garden City (KS) C.C.

senior • C • 5’8” • 225 Houston, Texas Westfield hs

Rec Yards Avg. TD Lg K-Ret P-Ret AllPur TotOff

0

0

0.0

0

0

0

0

33

33

Ryan Jensen

• 2011 Don Hansen’s Football Gazette All-Super Region 3 (3rd team) • 2011 National Football Foundation All-Colorado (2nd team) • 2011 All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (1st team)

TEAM OFFENSIVE LINE STATISTICS 2009 2010 2011

Team Rush/Gm. 2479/11 2326/11 2244/12

RMAC Rank 2 2 2

Nat’l Rank Sacks Allowed/Gm. RMAC Rank Natl’ Rank 14 19/11 4 63 16 19/11 4 59 45 23/12 5 83

beldy nseka

senior • ot • 6’4” • 290 fort morgan, cOLO. fort morgan hs

senior • lb • 6’1” • 216 Aurora, Colo. cherokee trail hs

CAREER HONORS • • • • • • •

2011 Don Hansen’s Football Gazette All-American (2nd team) 2011 Don Hansen’s Football Gazette All-Super Region 3 (1st team) 2011 National Football Foundation All-Colorado (1st team) 2011 All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (1st team) 2011 Gene Upshaw Award (Best Div. II Lineman) (Nominee) 2010 All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (2nd team) 2010 National Football Foundation All-Colorado (2nd team)

TEAM OFFENSIVE LINE STATISTICS 2009 2010 2011

Team Rush/Gm. 2479/11 2326/11 2244/12

RMAC Rank 2 2 2

cAREER sTATISTICS G Tkl UA 2008 Redshirt 2009 9 9 4 2010 10 70 27 2011 11 18 9 TOT 30 97 40

A

TFL/Yds PD FF

FR Blk

5 43 9 57

1.0/7 6.0/22 2.0/7 9.0/36

0 0 0 0

0 1 1 2

0 0 0 0

Nat’l Rank Sacks Allowed/Gm. RMAC Rank Natl’ Rank 14 19/11 4 63 16 19/11 4 59 45 23/12 5 83

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0 0 0 0

Sacks/Yds

Int

0.0/0 3.0/18 1.0/5 4.0/23

0 0 0 0

Yds TD 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

Lg 0 0 0 0

CSU-PUEBLO SENIOR PROFILES Corey orth

senior • de • 6’5” • 255 buena vista, Colo. buena vista hs wyoming/eastern arizona

cAREER sTATISTICS G Tkl UA 2008* Redshirt 2009* - 5 2 2010** - 33 24 2011 11 44 15 TOT 11 44 15 * At Wyoming ** At Eastern Arizona

A

TFL/Yds PD FF

FR Blk

3 9 29 29

0.0/0 N/A 9.5/51 9.5/51

1 0 0 0

0 N/A 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 3 3

Sacks/Yds

Int

0.0/00 0.0/0 7.0/46 7.0/46

0 0 0 0

Yds TD 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

Lg 0 0 0 0

giovanni rider senior • fb • 6’1” • 220 Pueblo, Colo. pueblo county hs

Career Statistics G Rush Yards Avg. 2008 Redshirt 2009 1 1 5 5.0 2010 9 9 41 4.6 2011 10 4 15 3.8 TOT 20 14 61 4.4

TD Lg

0 5 1 11 1 7 2 11

Rec Yards Avg. TD Lg K-Ret P-Ret AllPur TotOff 0 0 1 1

0 0 7 7

0.0 0.0 7.0 7.0

0 0 0 0

0 0 7 7

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

5 41 42 88

5 41 15 61

Roger Pfannenschmid

senior • te • 6’3” • 250 Pueblo, Colo. centennial hs

Career Statistics G Rush Yards Avg. 2008 Redshirt 2009 1 0 0 0.0 2010 11 0 0 0.0 2011 11 0 0 0.0 TOT 23 0 0 0.0

TD Lg

Rec Yards Avg. TD Lg K-Ret P-Ret AllPur TotOff

0 0 0 0

1 5 5.0 10 212 21.2 15 118 7.9 26 335 12.9

0 0 0 0

0 5 2 42 3 22 5 42

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

5 212 118 335

0 0 0 0

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CSU-PUEBLO SENIOR PROFILES Mark Sterling

R.J. Trione

senior • cb • 6’0” • 190 colorado springs, Colo. sierra hs

CAREER HONORS • • • • •

TEAM OFFENSIVE LINE STATISTICS

2011 Don Hansen’s Football Gazette All-American (1st team) 2011 Don Hansen’s Football Gazette All-Super Region 3 (1st team) 2011 Daktronics All-Super Region 3 (2nd team) 2011 National Football Foundation All-Colorado (1st team) 2011 All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (2nd team)

cAREER sTATISTICS G Tkl UA A TFL/Yds PD 2008 9 14 12 2 0.0/0 1 2009 Redshirt 2010 11 2 0 2 0.0/0 2 2011 11 43 27 16 2.0/7 13 TOT 31 59 39 20 2.0/7 16

FF 0

FR Blk 0 0

0 0 0

2 1 3

0 0 0

senior • og • 5’11” • 255 Wheat ridge, colo. wheat ridge hs

Team Rush/Gm. RMAC Rank Nat’l Rank Sacks Allowed/Gm. RMAC Rank Natl’ Rank 2008 Redshirt 2009 2479/11 2 14 19/11 4 63 2010 Did not play (injured) 2011 2244/12 2 45 23/12 5 83

Sacks/Yds 0.0/0

Int 0

Yds TD 0 0

Lg 0

0.0/0 0.0/0 0.0/0

1 5 6

97 16 113

97 9 97

1 0 1

Chris warren senior • g/c • 6’2” • 272 walnut, Calif. Walnut hs

Buster Thede

senior • lb • 6’0” • 210 Arvada, Colo. Pomona hs Western New Mexico

MARCIAL WILLIAMSON senior • WR • 6’0” • 190 LakeWOOD, WASH. LAKES hs

cAREER sTATISTICS G Tkl UA 2008* - 65 42 2009* - 53 22 2010 DNP 2011 11 32 13 TOT 11 32 13 * At Western New Mexico

A TFL/Yds PD FF 23 9.5/37 0 1 31 6.0/18 2 0

FR Blk 0 0 1 0

19 19

0 0

3.0/12 1 3.0/12 1

0 0

0 0

Sacks/Yds 1.0/8 0.5/6

Int 0 1

1.5/10 1.5/10

0 0

Yds TD 0 0 49 0 0 0

0 0

Lg 0 49 0 0

Career offensive Statistics G Rush Yards Avg. 2008 4 0 0 0.0 2009 10 0 0 0.0 2010 Did not play 2011 11 0 0 0.0 TOT 25 0 0 0.0

TD Lg 0 0 0 0

Rec Yards Avg. TD Lg K-Ret P-Ret AllPur TotOff 3 22 7.3 0 13 0 0 22 0 9 103 11.4 0 27 8 0 111 0

0 0

11 162 14.7 1 64 23 287 12.5 1 64

0 0

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0 8

0 0

162 295

0 0

CSU-PUEBLO JUNIOR PROFILES Stephan Dickens

A.J. Homan

Junior • cb • 5’8” • 160 Aurora, Colo. cherokee trail hs

Junior • olb • 6’0” • 190 Lexington, Neb. lexington hs Nebraska-Omaha

CAREER HONORS • • • • •

BeN Jackson

2011 ‘Beyond Sports’ College Network All-American (Honorable Mention) 2011 Don Hansen’s Football Gazette All-Super Region 3 (2nd team) 2011 National Football Foundation All-Colorado (1st team) 2011 All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (1st team) RMAC/Rawlings Defensive Player of the Week (Oct. 24, 2012)

cAREER sTATISTICS 2010 2011 TOT

G 6 11 17

Tkl UA 23 12 57 35 80 47

A TFL/Yds PD 11 1.0/4 5 22 4.0/22 7 33 5.0/26 12

FF 1 1 2

FR 0 1 1

Blk 0 0 0

Sacks/Yds 0.0/0 1.5/17 1.5/17

Int 1 4 5

Yds TD 0 0 101 2 101 2

junior • og • 6’2” • 275 brighton, colo. brighton hs

Lg 0 57 57

Nick Henderson Junior • s • 5’10” • 185 berthoud, Colo. berthoud hs

TEAM OFFENSIVE LINE STATISTICS Team Rush/Gm. 2009 2010 2326/11 2011 2244/12

RMAC Rank Redshirt 2 2

Nat’l Rank Sacks Allowed/Gm. RMAC Rank Natl’ Rank 16 45

19/11 23/12

4 5

59 83

Taylor Kelly

junior • ot • 6’5” • 260 ojai, calif. nordhoff hs

cAREER sTATISTICS G Tkl UA 2009 Redshirt 2010 9 12 9 2011 11 11 8 TOT 20 23 17

A 3 3 6

TFL/Yds PD FF 0.0/0 0.0/0 0.0/0

0 0 0

0 0 0

FR Blk 0 0 0

1 0 1

Sacks/Yds

Int

0.0/0 0.0/0 0.0/0

0 0 0

Yds TD 0 0 0

0 0 0

Lg 0 0 0

CAREER HONORS

• 2011 Academic All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (2nd team)

TEAM OFFENSIVE LINE STATISTICS Team Rush/Gm. 2009 2010 2326/11 2011 2244/12

RMAC Rank Redshirt 2 2

Nat’l Rank Sacks Allowed/Gm. RMAC Rank Natl’ Rank 16 45

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19/11 23/12

4 5

59 83

CSU-PUEBLO JUNIOR PROFILES

MANNIE RATHELL

Brandon kliesen

junior • DB • 6’0” • 173 FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. SANTALUCES COMMUNITY hs Mt. SAN JACINTO (cA) J.C.

Junior • p • 5’10” • 210 pueblo, Colo. pueblo south hs

CAREER HONORS

CAREER STATISTICS

• 2011 Don Hansen’s Football Gazette All-Super Region 3 (2nd team) • 2011 All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (2nd team) • 2011 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Academic Honor Roll

CAREER STATISTICS G FGA FGM Lg 2009 Redshirt 2010 11 0 0 0 2011 11 0 0 0 TOT 22 0 0 0

Pct. 0.0 0.0 0.0

Punts Yards 50 46 96

2158 1977 4135

Lg Avg. 59 43.2 64 43.0 64 43.1

G Tkl UA A TFL/Yds PD FF 2009* 10 59 32 27 3.0/6 3 1 2010* 9 47 25 22 1.0/3 5 0 * At Mt. San Jacinto Junior College

PAT FG Pts Avg/G 0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

FR Blk 0 0 0 0

Sacks/Yds 0.0/0 0.0/0

Int 3 3

Yds TD 39 0 40 0

Lg 39 31

Josh Sandoval

0.0 0.0 0.0

junior • wr • 6’1” • 180 Pueblo, Colo. Pueblo East hs

coleman mcarthur

junior • Fb • 6’1” • 219 buckeye, ariz. buckeye union hs Allan Hancock College (CA) CAREER HONORS

Career Statistics G Rush Yards Avg. TD Lg 2010* N/A 2011* 6 8 28 3.5 0 6 * At Allan Hancock College (CA)

Rec Yards Avg. TD Lg K-Ret P-Ret AllPur TotOff 5

66

13.2 1 21

0

0

94

28

• • • • • • • •

2011 “Beyond Sports” College Network All-American (PR) (Honorable Mention) 2011 Daktronics All-Super Region 3 (PR) (1st team) 2011 All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (PR) (1st team) 2011 All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (WR) (3rd team) 2011 National Football Foundation All-Colorado (PR) (2nd team) RMAC Special Teams Player of the Week (Sept. 26, 2011) RMAC Special Teams Player of the Week (Oct. 31, 2011) “Beyond Sports” College Network National Special Teams Player of the Week (Oct. 31,2011)

Career Statistics 2010 2011 TOT

G Rush Yards Avg. TD 10 0 0 0.0 0 11 0 0 0.0 0 22 0 0 0.0 0

Lg 0 0 0

Rec Yards 27 284 29 356 56 640

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Avg. 10.5 12.3 11.4

TD 2 1 3

Lg K-Ret P-Ret AllPur TotOff 30 0 174 458 0 41 0 608 964 0 41 0 782 1422 0

CSU-PUEBLO JUNIOR PROFILES Jacob Schade

MATT TUCKER

junior • wr • 6’1” • 170 monument, Colo. lewis-palmer hs western state (co)

Drew Swartz

junior • g • 6’4” • 300 Gilbert, Ariz. Gilbert hs

junior • DB • 6’1” • 195 AURORA, Colo. GRANDVIEW hs ARIZONA STATE

FOOTBALL - DEFENSE G Tkl UA 2010* 2 2 0 2011* 13 11 9 *At Arizona State (FBS)

A 2 2

TFL/Yds PD FF 0.0/0 0 0 0.5/1 0 0

FR Blk 0 0 0 0

Sacks/Yds 0.0/0 0.0/0

Int 0 0

Yds TD 0 0 0 0

Lg 0 0

Ryan Weissmann

junior • wr • 6’2” • 175 loveland, Colo. loveland hs Louisiana college

CAREER HONORS

• 2010 All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (2nd team) • 2010 National Football Foundation All-Colorado (2nd team)

TEAM OFFENSIVE LINE STATISTICS Team Rush/Gm. 2009 2479/11 2010 2326/11 2011

RMAC Rank Nat’l Rank Sacks Allowed/Gm. RMAC Rank Natl’ Rank 2 14 19/11 4 63 2 16 19/11 4 59 DNP

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CSU-PUEBLO SOPHOMORE PROFILES darius allen

sophomore • de • 6’0” • 200 pueblo, colo. pueblo east hs

G Tkl UA 9 11 3

A 8

sophomore • wr • 6’3” • 217 widefield, colo. widefield hs

CAREER HONORS

cAREER sTATISTICS 2011

paul browning

TFL/Yds PD FF 2.5/8 0 0

FR Blk 0 0

Sacks/Yds 0.5/2

Int 0

Yds TD 0 0

Lg 0

Josh Bredl

sophomore • de • 6’7” • 258 thornton, colo. horizon hs

• 2011 All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (3rd team)

Career Statistics G Rush Yards Avg. TD Lg 2010 Redshirt 2011 11 0 0 0.0 0 0 TOT 11 0 0 0.0 0 0

Rec Yards Avg. TD Lg K-Ret P-Ret AllPur TotOff 21 208 21 208

9.9 9.9

4 28 4 28

0 0

0 0

208 208

0 0

brock campbell

sophomore • wr • 5’10” • 170 meeker, colo. meeker hs northern colorado

Career Statistics G Rush Yards Avg. 2009 Redshirt 2010 9 0 0 0.0 2011 Injury Redshirt TOT 9 0 0 0.0

TD Lg 0 0

0 0

Rec Yards Avg. TD Lg K-Ret P-Ret AllPur TotOff 3 3

19 19

6.3 6.3

0 11 0 11

0 0

0 0

19 19

0 0

deontrae cooper sophomore • wr • 6’2” • 180 riverside, calif. citrus hill hs

PAUL BROWNING

Career Statistics G Rush Yards Avg. TD Lg 2010 Redshirt 2011 10 1 9 9.0 0 9

Rec Yards Avg. TD Lg K-Ret P-Ret AllPur TotOff 10 206 20.6 1 58

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0

0

215

9

CSU-PUEBLO SOPHOMORE PROFILES j.b. mathews

scotland coyle

sophomore • tb • 6’0” • 188 aurora, colo. rangeview hs

sophomore • c • 6’2” • 255 longmont, colo. longmont hs

CAREER HONORS

TEAM OFFENSIVE LINE STATISTICS Team Rush/Gm. 2010 2011 2244/12

RMAC Rank Redshirt 2

Nat’l Rank Sacks Allowed/Gm. RMAC Rank Natl’ Rank 45

23/12

5

83

LOUIS FISHER

sophomore • TE • 6’2” • 215 BROOMFIELD, colo. BROOMFIELD hs

• • • •

2011 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Offensive Freshman of the Year 2011 All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (2nd team) Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 10, 2011) Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 31, 2011)

Career Statistics 2011

G Rush Yards Avg. TD Lg 9 112 657 5.9 9 42

Rec Yards Avg. TD Lg K-Ret P-Ret AllPur TotOff 11 208 18.9 1 75 62 0 927 657

Austin Payne

sophomore • ot • 6’6” • 270 pueblo west, colo. pueblo west hs

Jarrod lacy

sophomore • s • 5’10” • 190 boynton beach, fla. Santaluces Community HS

cAREER sTATISTICS G Tkl UA A 2010 Redshirt 2011 11 11 9 2

TFL/Yds PD FF 0.0/0

3

0

FR Blk 0

0

Sacks/Yds

Int

0.0/0

1

Yds TD 0

0

TEAM OFFENSIVE LINE STATISTICS Team Rush/Gm. 2010 2011 2244/12

RMAC Rank Redshirt 2

Nat’l Rank Sacks Allowed/Gm. RMAC Rank Natl’ Rank 45

23/12

5

83

Lg 0

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CSU-PUEBLO SOPHOMORE PROFILES C.J. Roberts

sophomore • cb • 6’0” • 180 boynton beach, fla. Santaluces Community HS

cAREER sTATISTICS G Tkl UA A 2010 Redshirt 2011 11 38 32 6

TFL/Yds PD FF 1.0/2

9

0

FR Blk 0

0

Sacks/Yds

Int

Yds TD

Lg

0.0/0

2

94

48

1

trent thompson

sophomore • te • 6’4” • 230 pueblo, colo. pueblo central hs

Career Statistics G Rush Yards Avg. TD Lg 2010 Redshirt 2011 7 1 3 3.0 0 3

evan ruppert

G Tkl UA A 2010 Redshirt 2011 8 10 7 3

TFL/Yds PD FF 0.0/0

0

0

FR Blk 0

0

Sacks/Yds

Int

0.0/0

0

Yds TD 0

0

Lg 0

2

13

6.5

1

8

0

0

16

3

TAYLOR YOUNG

sophomore • lb • 6’0” • 230 colorado springs, colo. cheyenne mountain HS

cAREER sTATISTICS

Rec Yards Avg. TD Lg K-Ret P-Ret AllPur TotOff

sophomore • LB • 6’1” • 205 COLORADO SPRINGS, colo. COLO. SPGS. CHRISTIAN HS NORTHERN COLORADO

cAREER sTATISTICS G Tkl UA 2011* 5 9 4 * At Northern Colorado

A 5

TFL/Yds PD FF 0/0 0 0

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FR Blk 0 0

Sacks/Yds 0/0

Int 0

Yds TD 0 0

Lg 0

REDSHIRT & TRUE FRESHMEN

chris

ashe

#29 • TAILBACK • R-FR. COLO. SPRINGS, COLO. WIDEFIELD HS

ryan

corpening

#22 • tailback • fr. lenoir, n.c. west caldwell hs

fradlet

dort

#38 • tailback • fr. lake worth, fla. santaluces comm. hs

morgan

fox

#97 • def. end • fr. fountain, colo. fountain-ft. carson hs

kyle

BOWERS

seth

aaron

#80 • TIGHt end • fr. thornton, colo. skyview hs

brown

#29 • def. back • fr. colo. springs, colo. palmer hs

bruchhauser

josh

kevin

marcus

croy

#96 • def. end • fr. littleton, colo. columbine hs

spencer

duckworth #57 • def. end • fr. gilbert, ariz. gilbert HS

nate

germano

#33 • fullback • fr. colo. springs, colo. st. mary’s hs

cuff

#79 • TIGHT END • fr. litchfield park, ariz. millennium hs

cyrus

tony

campton

#92 • NOSE GUARD • r-fr. littleton, colo. columbine hs

brandon

dejesus

russell

carrell

#87 • tight end • fr. nacogdoches, texas garrison hs

gary

dixon

#41 • linebacker • r-fr. #31 • cornerback • soph. #76 • off. lineman • fr. #72 • off. lineman • r-fr. san diego, calif. pueblo west, colo. pueblo, colo. fontana, calif. torrey pines hs pueblo west hs pueblo east hs summit hs

kieren

duncan

ben

estica

alex

fenlon

#1 • wide receiver • fr. #40 • linebacker • r-fr. #37 • fullback • r-fr. goodyear, ariz. palm beach, fla. woodland park, colo. millennium hs santaluces comm. hs woodland park hs

tuff

gibson

casey

giles

joe

gonzales

#58 • linebacker • r-fr. #65 • off. lineman • fr. #94 • def. lineman • fr. brighton, colo. merino, colo. aurora, colo. horizon hs merino hs rangeview hs

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caleb

flack

#10 • quarterback • fr. littleton, colo. d’evelyn hs

trace

gray

#56 • def. end • fr. longmont, colo. silver creek hs

REDSHIRT & TRUE FRESHMEN

cedric

harris

#25 • def. back • fr. denton, tex. billy ryan hs

josh

johnson

#84 • wide receiver • fr. colo. springs, colo. vista ridge hs

brode

mcdonald

efrain

hernandezcosyleon #27 • kicker • r-fr. pueblo, colo. centennial hs

justin

laborde

#33 • DEF. END • r-fr. pueblo west, colo. pueblo west hs

cameron

mcdondle

#10 • quarterback • r-fr. fort collins, colo. rocky mountain hs

#30 • tailback • fr. littleton, colo. columbine hs

brandon

louie

mosley

#80 • tight end • fr. fontana, calif. summit hs

neil

jalen

devon

hughes

hutchins

treyben

trevon

joe

jackson

#85 • wide receiver • fr. #75 • off. lineman • fr. #60 • linebacker • r-fr. aurora, colo. tracy, calif. brighton, colo. overland hs merrill f. west hs brighton hs/adams st.

letlow

#84 • tight end • r-fr. hayden, colo. hayden hs

ronell

mcneal

#19 • cornerback • r-fr. aurora, colo. prairie view hs

matt

parrish

lewis

jake

devante

johnson

#23 • tailback • fr. colo. springs, colo. mesa ridge hs

zack

ludwick

martinez

ryan

robert

#53 • LINEBACKER • fr. denver, colo. mullen hs

#48 • linebacker • fr. scottsdale, ariz. saguaro hs

#31 • cornerback • fr. chandler, ariz. hamilton hs

jarred

quintin

#67 • off. lineman • fr. #50 • long snapper • fr. #78 • off. lineman • r-fr. colo. springs, colo. castle rock, colo. redlands, calif. wasson hs castle view hs redlands east valley hs

daniel

mcqueen

radebaugh

#30 • wide receiver • fr. #73 • off. lineman • fr. #88 • wide receiver • r-fr. woodland park, colo. yucaipa, calif. thornton, colo. woodland park hs yucaipa hs northglenn hs

merrill

Riley

#30 • linebacker • fr. colo. springs, colo. vista ridge hs

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milus

chance

rodriguez

#90 • def. end • fr. watkins, colo. bennett hs

REDSHIRT & TRUE FRESHMEN

joe

rosenbrock

#44 • linebacker • r-fr. brush, colo. brush hs

matt

sokhy

#62 • CENTER • fr. gilbert, ariz. campo verde hs

aaron

joe

rosipalja

#18 • quarterback • fr. castle rock, colo. douglas county hs

#91 • def. end • fr. gilbert, ariz. gilbert hs

Laron

jorden

st. louis

shultz

#26 • def. back • r-fr. lantana, fla. santaluces comm. hs

tarkington #25 • def. back • fr. phoenix, ariz. chandler hs

NOT PICTURED

austin

warren

KYLE BARNHART MATT BIERY CONNOR BRAATZ LANDON CUNNING DALTON DAVIS M DICK SEBASTIAN DYKE CORBIN FEENSTRA DE’AUNDRAY GOODEN

sam

singleton

#36 • linebacker • fr. denver, colo. mullen hs

patrick

thompson

#28 • def. back • fr. tracy, calif. merrill f. west hs

khalyph

smith

rod

smith, JR.

#86 • wide receiver • fr. #89 • wide receiver • fr. austin, texas aurora, colo. round rock hs cherry creek hs

desmond

turner-gonzales #27 • def. back • r-fr. denver, colo. gateway hs

kurtis

#14 • quarterback • fr. laveen, ariz. betty fairfax hs

D.J. HARRIS BRANSON JENNINGS ZACH LANGKILDE ERIC NIESCHBURG ERIC PATTERSON DENNIS SMATANA RICKY STINNETT TYRELL STRICKLAND MALEAQUE WASHINGTON

#99 • NOSE GUARD • r-fr. lubbock, texas monterey hs

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2012 OPPONENTS

West TEXAS A&M northwestern western new BUFFALOES oklahoma state mexico university rangers mustangs AUG. 30, 6 p.m. AT CSU-PUEBLO sept. 8, 6 p.m. sept. 15, 1 p.m. Neta & Eddie DeRose ThunderBowl

adams state university Grizzlies sept. 22, 6 p.m.

Ranger Field

Ben Altamirano Memorial Stadium

Neta & Eddie DeRose Thunderbowl

School Western New Mexico University Location Silver City, N.M. Nickname Mustangs School Colors Purple and Vegas Gold Stadium Ben Altamirano Memorial Stadium Stadium Capacity 3,000 Affiliation NCAA Division II Conference Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference 2011 Record 5-6 (4-5 RMAC) Head Coach Adam Clark Record at NWOSU 5-6 (2nd year)

School Adams State University Location Alamosa, Colo. Nickname Grizzlies School Colors Green and White Stadium Rex Field Stadium Capacity 6,000 Affiliation NCAA Division II Conference Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference 2011 Record 6-5 (4-5 RMAC) Head Coach Marty Heaton Record at ASU 16-17 (4th year)

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School West Texas A&M University Location Canyon, Texas Nickname Buffaloes School Colors Maroon and White Stadium Kimbrough Memorial Stadium Capacity 20,000 Affiliation NCAA Division II Conference Lone Star Conference 2011 Record 8-3 (6-2 LSC) Head Coach Don Carthel Record at WTAMU 67-19 (7th year)

AT Alva, okla. QUICK FACTS

2012 SCHEDULE

School Northwestern Oklahoma State Location Alva, Okla. Nickname Rangers School Colors Red and Black Stadium Ranger Field Stadium Capacity 6,000 Affiliation NCAA Division II Conference Great American Conference 2011 Record 4-6 (3-2 CSFL) Head Coach Alan Hall Record at NWOSU 0-0 (1st year)

2011 RESULTS

Aug. 30 at Ouachita Baptist* 6 p.m. SEP. 8 CSU-PUEBLO 6 P.M. Sep. 15 at Truman State 6 p.m. Sep. 22 at Texas-San Antonio 12 p.m. Sep. 29 at Arkansas Tech* 5 p.m. Oct. 6 at East Central* 3 p.m. OCT. 13 SOUTHEASTERN OKLAHOMA 2 P.M. OCT. 20 OKLAHOMA PANHANDLE 7 P.M. OCT. 27 AIR FORCE (JV) 4 P.M. NOV. 3 SOUTHERN NAZARENE* 1 P.M. Nov. 10 at Arkansas-Monticello* 2 p.m.

Aug. 30 at CSU-Pueblo 7 p.m. SEP. 8 WESTERN ST. 6 P.M. Sep. 15 vs TX A&M-Kingsville* 8 p.m. Sep. 22 at Incarnate Word* 7 p.m. SEP. 29 TARLETON ST.* 6 P.M. Oct. 6 at Angelo State* 6 p.m. OCT. 13 ABILENE CHRISTIAN* 6 P.M. Oct. 20 at Eastern N.M.* 7 p.m. Oct. 27 at West Georgia 1 p.m. NOV. 3 MIDWESTERN ST.* 6 P.M. Nov. 10 at TX A&M Commerce* 2 p.m. SEP. 1 CSU-PUEBLO L, 24-26 Sep. 17 vs TX A&M-Kingsville* W, 42-21 SEP. 24 INCARNATE WORD* W, 52-7 Oct. 1 at Tarleton State* W, 44-13 OCT. 8 ANGELO ST.* W, 19-7 Oct. 15 at Abilene Christian* L, 18-28 OCT. 22 EASTERN N.M.* W, 52-21 OCT. 29 CENTRAL WASH. W, 49-35 Nov. 5 at Midwestern St.* L, 21-35 NOV. 12 TX A&M COMMERCE* W, 49-0 2011 LOWER KANZA BOWL (TOPEKA) Nov. 27 vs Central Mo. W, 26-7

2012 SCHEDULE

2011 RESULTS

SEP. 1 S.WESTERN OKLAHOMA ST. L, 28-31 Sep. 10 at CSU-Pueblo L, 0-41 Sep. 17 at University of S. Dakota L, 10-48 Sep. 24 at Texas College* W, 44-7 OCT. 1 MISSOURI U. S&T* W, 22-17 OCT. 8 SOUTHERN NAZARENE* W, 28-17 Oct. 15 at Bacone* L, 28-35 OCT. 22 LANGSTON* L, 39-42 OCT. 29 S.WESTERN ASSEMBLIES OF GOD* W, 62-39 Nov. 5 at Okla. Panhandle* L, 35-41

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2012 SCHEDULE

Sep. 1 at Sul Ross State 12 p.m. Sep. 8 at U. of San Diego 7 p.m. SEP. 15 CSU-PUEBLO* 12 P.M. SEP. 22 FORT LEWIS* 12 P.M. Sep. 29 at Colorado Mines* 12 p.m. OCT. 6 COLORADO MESA* 1:30 P.M. Oct. 13 at Western State* 1 p.m. OCT. 20 ADAMS STATE* 12 P.M. Oct. 27 at Chadron State* 1:30 p.m. NOV. 3 BLACK HILLS STATE* 12 P.M. Nov. 10 at N.M. Highlands* 12 p.m.

2011 RESULTS

SEP. 3 SUL ROSS STATE W, 35-28 Sep. 10 at U. of San Diego L, 10-30 Sep. 17 at Fort Lewis* W, 26-17 SEP. 24 COLORADO MINES* L, 21-27 (OT) Oct. 1 at Colorado Mesa* W, 33-21 OCT. 8 WESTERN STATE* W, 31-10 Oct. 15 at Adams State* L, 40-44 OCT. 22 CHADRON STATE* L, 13-21 Oct. 29 at Nebraska-Kearney* L, 14-27 NOV. 5 N.M. HIGHLANDS* W, 25-18 Nov. 12 at CSU-Pueblo* L, 7-48

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2012 SCHEDULE

SEP. 1 DIXIE STATE 7 P.M. Sep. 8 at Wayland Baptist 1 p.m. Sep. 15 at Western State* 1 p.m. Sep. 22 at CSU-Pueblo* 6 p.m. SEP. 29 CHADRON STATE* 1 P.M. Oct. 6 at Black Hills State* 1 p.m. OCT. 13 N.M. HIGHLANDS* 1 P.M. Oct. 20 at Western N.M.* 12 p.m. OCT. 27 FORT LEWIS* 1 P.M. Nov. 3 at Colorado Mines* 12 p.m. NOV. 10 COLORADO MESA* 1 P.M.

2011 RESULTS

Sep. 3 at Dixie State W, 24-14 Sep. 10 at Black Hills State W, 35-14 SEP. 17 CSU-PUEBLO* L, 11-20 Sep. 24 at Chadron State* L, 13-14 OCT. 1 NEBRASKA-KEARNEY* L, 14-37 Oct. 8 at N.M. Highlands* W, 30-24 (OT) OCT. 15 WESTERN N.M.* L, 44-40 Oct. 22 at Fort Lewis* W, 46-0 OCT. 29 COLORADO MINES* L, 16-27 Nov. 5 at COLORADO MESA* L, 13-20 NOV. 12 WESTERN STATE* W, 49-10

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2012 OPPONENTS

FORT LEWIS COLLEGE SKYHAWKS SEPT. 29, 1 p.m.

chadron state college eagles oct. 6, 2 p.m.

COLORADO SCHOOL OF MINES OREDIGGERS OCt. 13, 12 p.m.

black hills state university yellow jackets oct. 20, 6 p.m.

Ray Dennison Memorial Field

Neta & Eddie DeRose Thunderbowl

Campbell Field

Neta & Eddie DeRose Thunderbowl

School Fort Lewis College Location Durango, Colo. Nickname Skyhawks School Colors Navy, Light Blue & Gold Stadium Ray Dennison Memorial Field Stadium Capacity 4,000 Affiliation NCAA Division II Conference Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference 2011 Record 3-8 (2-7 RMAC) Head Coach Cesar Rivas-Sandoval Record at FLC 6-15 (3rd year)

School Chadron State College Location Chadron, Neb. Nickname Eagles School Colors Cardinal and White Stadium Elliot Field at Don Beebe Stadium Stadium Capacity 3,800 Affiliation NCAA Division II Conference Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference 2011 Record 6-5 (6-3 RMAC) Head Coach Jay Long Record at CSC 0-0 (1st year)

School Colorado School of Mines Location Golden, Colo. Nickname Orediggers School Colors Silver and Blue Stadium Campbell Field Stadium Capacity 4,000 Affiliation NCAA Division II Conference Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference 2011 Record 8-3 (6-3 RMAC) Head Coach Bob Stitt Record at CSM 84-52 (13th year)

School Black Hills State University Location Spearfish, S.D. Nickname Yellow Jackets School Colors Green & Gold Stadium Lyle Hare Stadium Stadium Capacity 4,200 Affiliation NCAA Division II Conference Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference 2011 Record 3-7 Head Coach John Reiners Record at BHSU 0-0 (1st year)

AT DURANGO, COLO. QUICK FACTS

2012 SCHEDULE

Sep. 1 vs Cole College (exh.) 7 p.m. SEP. 8 N.M. HIGHLANDS* 1 P.M. Sep. 15 at Northern Arizona 5 p.m. Sep. 22 at WESTERN N.M.* TBA SEP. 29 CSU-PUEBLO* 1 P.M. OCT. 6 COLORADO MINES* 1 P.M. OCT. 13 COLORADO MESA* 6 P.M. OCT. 20 WESTERN STATE* 1 P.M. Oct. 27 at Adams State* 1 p.m. NOV. 3 CHADRON STATE* 1 P.M. Nov. 10 at Black Hills State* 1 p.m.

2011 RESULTS

SEP. 3 S. DAKOTA MINES W, 48-30 Sep. 10 at Northern Arizona L, 13-58 SEP. 17 WESTERN N.M.* L, 17-26 Sep. 24 at CSU-Pueblo* L, 0-47 OCT. 1 COLORADO MINES* L, 11-38 OCT. 8 COLORADO MESA* L, 3-22 Oct. 15 at Western State* W, 27-10 OCT. 22 ADAMS STATE* L, 0-46 Oct. 29 at Chadron State* L, 21-45 NOV. 5 NEBRASKA-KEARNEY* L, 7-54 Nov. 12 at N.M. Highlands* W, 6-3

AT csu-pueblo QUICK FACTS

2012 SCHEDULE

Aug. 30 at Montana State 7 p.m. Sep. 8 at Angelo State 1 p.m. Sep. 15 at Colorado Mesa* 1 p.m. SEP. 22 WESTERN STATE* 12 P.M. Sep. 29 at Adams State* 1 p.m. Oct. 6 at CSU-Pueblo* 2 p.m. OCT. 13 BLACK HILLS STATE* 12 P.M. Oct. 20 at N.M. Highlands* TBA OCT. 27 WESTERN N.M.* 1:30 P.M. Nov. 3 at Fort Lewis* 1 p.m. NOV. 10 COLORADO MINES* 12 P.M.

2011 RESULTS

Sep. 1 at University of Mary L, 24-31 SEP. 10 ANGELO STATE L, 42-49 Sep. 17 at Western State* W, 15-7 SEP. 24 ADAMS STATE* W, 14-13 Oct. 1 at CSU-Pueblo* L, 28-38 Oct. 8 at Nebraska-Kearney* L, 13-20 OCT. 15 N.M. HIGHLANDS* W, 42-14 Oct. 22 at Western N.M.* W, 21-13 OCT. 29 FORT LEWIS* W, 45-21 Nov. 5 at Colorado Mines* L, 24-31 NOV. 12 COLORADO MESA* W, 24-17 (OT)

AT GOLDEN, COLO. QUICK FACTS

2012 SCHEDULE

SEP. 1 WILLIAM JEWELL 12 P.M. Sep. 8 at S.D. MINES 6 p.m. SEP. 15 BLACK HILLS STATE* 12 P.M. Sep. 22 at N.M. Highlands* 1 p.m. SEP. 29 WESTERN N.M.* 12 P.M. Oct. 6 at Fort Lewis* 12 p.m. OCT. 13 CSU-PUEBLO* 12 P.M. OCT. 20 COLORADO MESA* 12 P.M. Oct. 27 at Western State* 1 p.m. NOV. 3 ADAMS STATE* 12 P.M. Nov. 10 at Chadron State* 12 p.m.

2011 RESULTS

Sep. 3 at William Jewell W, 33-0 SEP. 10 S.D. MINES & TECH. W, 55-7 SEP. 17 N.M. HIGHLANDS* L, 34-40 Sep. 24 at Western N.M.* W, 27-21 (OT) OCT. 1 FORT LEWIS* W, 38-11 Oct. 6 at CSU-Pueblo* L, 6-23 Oct. 15 at Colorado Mesa* W, 28-20 OCT. 22 WESTERN STATE* W, 48-33 Oct. 29 at Adams State* W, 27-16 NOV. 5 CHADRON STATE* W, 31-24 Nov. 12 at Nebraska-Kearney* L, 7-48

AT pueblo, colo. QUICK FACTS

2012 SCHEDULE

Sep. 8 at Idaho State 4 p.m. Sep. 15 at Colorado Mines* 12 p.m. SEP. 22 COLORADO MESA* 1 P.M. Sep. 29 at Western State* 1 p.m. OCT. 6 ADAMS STATE* 1 P.M. Oct. 13 at Chadron State* 1 p.m. Oct. 20 at CSU-Pueblo* 6 p.m. OCT. 27 N.M. HIGHLANDS* 1 P.M. Nov. 3 at Western N.M.* 1 p.m. NOV. 10 FORT LEWIS* 1 P.M. NOV. 17 S.D. MINES 1 P.M.

2011 RESULTS

AUG. 27 GRAND VIEW L, 48-14 Sep. 3 at Wis.-Stout L, 19-7 SEP. 10 ADAMS STATE L, 35-14 Sep. 17 at S.D. Mines W, 37-21 Sep. 24 at North Dakota L, 53-19 Oct. 1 at Minot State L, 20-16 Oct. 15 at Sioux Falls L, 44-20 Oct. 27 at Central Oklahoma L, 30-17 NOV. 5 MINOT STATE W, 10-7 NOV. 12 S.D. MINES W, 48-21

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2012 OPPONENTS

CSU-PUEBLO OPPONENT SID CONTACTS WEST TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY Brent Seals Email: bseals@wtamu.edu Office: (806) 651-4442 Website: www.gobuffsgo.com

NORTHWESTERN OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY

COLORADO MESA UNIVERSITY MAVERICKS OCT. 27, 6 p.m.

new mexico highlands cowboys nov. 3, 2 p.m.

western state colorado university mountaineers nov. 10, 1 p.m.

Stocker Stadium

Neta & Eddie DeRose Thunderbowl

Mountaineer Bowl

School Colorado Mesa University Location Grand Junction, Colo. Nickname Mavericks School Colors Maroon & White Stadium Stocker Stadium Stadium Capacity 8,000 Affiliation NCAA Division II Conference Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference 2011 Record 4-7 (3-6 RMAC) Head Coach Russ Martin Record at CMU 0-0 (1st year)

School New Mexico Highlands University Location Las Vegas, N.M. Nickname Cowboys School Colors Purple & White Stadium Perkins Stadium Stadium Capacity 4,000 Affiliation NCAA Division II Conference Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference 2011 Record 4-7 (2-7 RMAC) Head Coach Eric Young Record at NMHU 4-7 (2nd year)

AT GRAND JUNCTION, COLO. QUICK FACTS

2012 SCHEDULE

Aug. 30 at Humboldt State 7 p.m. Sep. 8 at Northern Colorado 1:35 P.M. SEP. 15 CHADRON STATE* 1 P.M. Sep. 22 at Black Hills State* 1 p.m. SEP. 29 N.M. HIGHLANDS* 6 P.M. Oct. 6 at Western N.M.* 1:30 p.m. OCT. 13 FORT LEWIS* 6 P.M. Oct. 20 at Colorado Mines* 12 p.m. OCT. 27 CSU-PUEBLO* 6 P.M. NOV. 3 WESTERN STATE* 1 P.M. Nov. 10 at Adams State* 1 p.m.

2011 RESULTS

SEP. 1 HUMBOLDT STATE L, 3-29 Sep. 10 at Dixie State W, 52-30 SEP. 17 NEBRASKA-KEARNEY* L, 10-52 Sep. 24 at N.M. Highlands* L, 38-41 OCT. 1 WESTERN N.M.* L, 21-33 Oct. 8 at Fort Lewis* W, 22-3 OCT. 15 COLORADO MINES* L, 20-28 Oct. 22 at CSU-Pueblo* L, 7-27 Oct. 29 at Western State* W, 23-20 NOV. 5 ADAMS STATE* W, 20-13 Nov. 12 at Chadron State* L, 17-24 (OT)

AT csu-pueblo QUICK FACTS

2012 SCHEDULE

SEP. 1 EASTERN N.M. Sep. 8 at Fort Lewis* Sep. 15 at Southern Utah SEP. 22 COLORADO MINES* Sep. 29 at Colorado Mesa* OCT. 6 WESTERN STATE* Oct. 13 at Adams State* OCT. 20 CHADRON STATE* Oct. 27 at Black Hills State* Nov. 3 at CSU-Pueblo* NOV. 10 WESTERN N.M.*

AT gunnison, COLO. QUICK FACTS

School Western State Colorado University Location Gunnison, Colo. Nickname Mountaineers School Colors Crimson & Slate Stadium Mountaineer Bowl Stadium Capacity 4,000 Affiliation NCAA Division II Conference Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference 2011 Record 1-10 (1-8 RMAC) Head Coach Jas Bains Record at WSCU 1-10 (2nd year)

2012 SCHEDULE

6 P.M. TBA TBA 1 P.M. 1 p.m. 1 P.M. TBA TBA 1 p.m. 2 p.m. TBA

Sep. 1 at Angelo State 1 p.m. Sep. 8 at West Texas A&M 5 p.m. SEP. 15 ADAMS STATE* 1 P.M. Sep. 22 at Chadron State* 12 p.m. SEP. 29 BLACK HILLS STATE* 1 P.M. Oct. 6 at N.M. Highlands* 1 p.m. OCT. 13 WESTERN N.M.* 1 P.M. Oct. 20 at Fort Lewis* 1 p.m. OCT. 27 COLORADO MINES* 1 p.m. Nov. 3 at Colorado Mesa* 1 p.m. NOV. 10 CSU-PUEBLO* 1 p.m.

Sep. 3 at Eastern N.M. W, 43-36 (OT) SEP. 10 OKLA. PANHANDLE L, 42-49 Sep. 17 at Colorado Mines* W, 40-34 SEP. 24 MESA STATE* W, 41-38 Oct. 1 at Western State* L, 14-15 OCT. 8 ADAMS STATE* L, 24-30 (OT) Oct. 15 at Chadron State* L, 14-42 OCT. 22 NEBRASKA-KEARNEY* L, 14-38 OCT. 29 CSU-PUEBLO* L, 0-37 Nov. 5 at Western N.M.* L, 18-25 NOV. 12 FORT LEWIS* L, 3-6

SEP. 3 ANGELO STATE L, 12-35 Sep. 10 at Idaho State L, 7-44 SEP. 17 CHADRON STATE* L, 7-15 Sep. 24 at Nebraska-Kearney* L, 14-55 OCT. 1 N.M. HIGHLANDS* W, 15-14 Oct. 8 at Western N.M.* L, 10-31 OCT. 15 FORT LEWIS* L, 10-27 Oct. 22 at Colorado Mines* L, 33-48 OCT. 29 COLORADO MESA* L, 20-23 Nov. 5 at CSU-Pueblo* L, 3-41 Nov. 12 at Adams State* L, 10-49

2011 RESULTS

2011 RESULTS

Alan Scarabello Email: ajscarabello@nwosu.edu Office: (580) 327-8639 Website: www.riderangersride.com

WESTERN NEW MEXICO UNIV. Brian Kortz Email: kortzb@wnmu.edu Office: (575) 538-6214 Website: WNMUMustangs.com

ADAMS STATE UNIVERSITY Scott Kretzmann Email: stkretzmann@adams.edu Office: (719) 587-7825 Website: www.ASCGrizzlies.com

FORT LEWIS COLLEGE

Chris Aaland Email: aaland_c@fortlewis.edu Office: (970) 247-7381 Website: www.GoSkyhawks.com

CHADRON STATE COLLEGE Alex Helmbrecht Email: ahelmbrecht@csc.edu Office: (308) 432-6212 Website: www.csc.edu/athletics

COLORADO SCHOOL OF MINES

Colin Bonnicksen Email: cbonnick@mines.edu Office: (303) 273-3095 Website: www.CSMOrediggers.com

BLACK HILLS STATE UNIVERSITY

Rob Johnson (Student Asst.) Email: Robert.Johnson@YellowJackets.BHSU.edu Office: (605) 642-6832 Website: www.BHSUAthletics.com

COLORADO MESA UNIVERSITY Tish Elliott Email: telliott@mesastate.edu Office: (970) 248-1143 Website: www.MesaMavs.com

NEW MEXICO HIGHLANDS UNIVERSITY Gavino Archuleta Email: gjarchuleta@nmhu.edu Office: (505) 426-2017 Website: www.NMHUCowboys.com

WESTERN ST. COLORADO UNIV. Jared Verner Email: jverner@western.edu Office: (970) 943-2831 Website: www.WSCAthletics.com

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2011 SEASON-IN-REVIEW

Note: Statistics do not include 1 post-season game(s).

RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE DATE Sep 01, 2011 Sep 10, 2011 * Sep 17, 2011 * Sep 24, 2011 * Oct 1, 2011 * Oct 06, 2011 * 10/15/2011 * Oct 22, 2011 * Oct 29, 2011 * Nov 05, 2011 * Nov 12, 2011 Nov 26, 2011

OVERALL 11-1-0 9-0-0 2-1-0

HOME 6-1-0 5-0-0 1-1-0

OPPONENT at #19 West Texas A&M NW OKLAHOMA STATE at Adams State FORT LEWIS at Chadron State COLORADO MINES at #4 Nebraska-Kearney COLORADO MESA at New Mexico Highlands WESTERN STATE WESTERN NEW MEXICO #9 MINNESOTA-DULUTH

AWAY 5-0-0 4-0-0 1-0-0

NEUTRAL 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

W/L SCORE W 26-24 W 41-0 W 20-11 W 47-0 W 38-28 W 23-6 W 27-14 W 27-7 W 37-0 W 41-3 W 48-7 L 21-24

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Att-Comp-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards PUNTS-AVG TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 3RD-DOWN Conversions 4TH-DOWN Conversions

CSUP 206 100 81 25 2153 477 4.5 195.7 21 2047 264-157-5 7.8 13.0 186.1 17 4200 5.7 381.8 17-311 41-637 25-379 19-12 81-766 46-43.0 31:50 52/152 7/12

RUSHING Jesse Lewis J.B. Mathews Jamaal Johnson Ross Dausin Marquis McNeal Jonathan Gaye Justin Jackson Donovan Bowens Jared Sperber Giovanni Rider Jon Kuzava Deontrae Cooper Marcial Williamson Trent Thompson Kyle Major Troy Graham TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

GP 11 9 10 11 11 2 3 9 11 10 3 10 11 7 11 6 10 11 11

Att 167 112 74 64 14 5 8 8 1 4 2 1 0 1 1 2 13 477 341

Gain Loss Net Avg 898 49 849 5.1 675 18 657 5.9 359 27 332 4.5 269 145 124 1.9 49 0 49 3.5 34 0 34 6.8 33 0 33 4.1 33 1 32 4.0 18 0 18 18.0 15 0 15 3.8 14 0 14 7.0 9 0 9 9.0 7 0 7 0.0 3 0 3 3.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 7 -7 -3.5 0 16 -16 -1.2 2416 263 2153 4.5 1193 321 872 2.6

PASSING Ross Dausin Troy Graham Jon Kuzava Jamaal Johnson Total.......... Opponents......

G 11 6 3 10 11 11

Effic 146.06 104.47 41.80 463.60 142.06 94.62

Cmp-Att-Int 143-236-4 12-23-1 1-4-0 1-1-0 157-264-5 246-420-25

RECEIVING G Josh Sandoval 11 Paul Browning 11 Koby Wittek 9 Roger Pfannenschmid 11 Jared Sperber 11 J.B. Mathews 9 Marcial Williamson 11 Deontrae Cooper 10 Jamaal Johnson 10 Jesse Lewis 11 Da’Quan Cartwright 9 Tyler Hamlin 11 Hawken Albus 4 Trent Thompson 7 Marquis McNeal 11 Jon Kuzava 3 Giovanni Rider 10 Total.......... 11 Opponents...... 11

ATTEND 7953 6807 3584 6707 4316 9445 5896 6737 875 6456 6212 11130

OPP 184 54 115 15 872 341 2.6 79.3 9 2280 420-246-25 5.4 9.3 207.3 3 3152 4.1 286.5 42-1015 17-157 5-12 22-7 73-694 74-37.2 28:10 52/172 11/24

Pct 60.6 52.2 25.0 100.0 59.5 58.6

FIELD GOALS Kyle Major

No. 29 21 15 15 12 11 11 10 9 6 6 4 2 2 2 1 1 157 246

Yds 356 208 130 118 255 208 162 206 180 105 43 26 15 13 7 8 7 2047 2280

Avg 12.3 9.9 8.7 7.9 21.2 18.9 14.7 20.6 20.0 17.5 7.2 6.5 7.5 6.5 3.5 8.0 7.0 13.0 9.3

TD 1 4 1 3 1 1 1 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 17 3

Long 41 28 20 22 48 75 64 58 41 70 16 10 8 8 5 8 7 75 71

Avg/G 32.4 18.9 14.4 10.7 23.2 23.1 14.7 20.6 18.0 9.5 4.8 2.4 3.8 1.9 0.6 2.7 0.7 186.1 207.3

FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg 22-29 75.9 0-0 6-6 5-6 8-10 3-7 52

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FG SEQUENCE CSU-Pueblo OPPONENTS West Texas A&M (52),(38),(40),(40) (23),41 NW Oklahoma State (32),(51) 32 Adams State 61,(25),(44) 27,(21) Fort Lewis (29),(41),(36),(38) 35 Chadron State (50),51 Colorado Mines 37,(29) Nebraska-Kearney (22),(41) 39 Colorado Mesa 40,(42),(26) 44 New Mexico Highlands 50,53 Western State (22),(40),44 (52) Western New Mexico (46),(39) Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

TD 8 9 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 9

Long 87 42 43 22 10 11 17 9 18 7 12 9 0 3 0 0 0 87 45

Avg/G 77.2 73.0 33.2 11.3 4.5 17.0 11.0 3.6 1.6 1.5 4.7 0.9 0.6 0.4 0.0 -1.2 -1.6 195.7 79.3

Yds 1868 167 8 4 2047 2280

TD 16 0 0 1 17 3

Lng 75 36 8 4 75 71

|------ PATs ------| SCORING TD FGs Kick Kyle Major 0 22-29 43-44 J.B. Mathews 10 0-0 0-0 Jesse Lewis 8 0-0 0-0 Paul Browning 4 0-0 0-0 Ross Dausin 3 0-0 0-0 Roger Pfannenschmid 3 0-0 0-0 Josh Sandoval 3 0-0 0-0 Stephan Dickens 2 0-0 0-0 Jamaal Johnson 2 0-0 0-0 Koby Wittek 1 0-0 0-0 Marcial Williamson 1 0-0 0-0 C.J. Roberts 1 0-0 0-0 Giovanni Rider 1 0-0 0-0 Da’Quan Cartwright 1 0-0 0-0 Tyler Hamlin 1 0-0 0-0 Deontrae Cooper 1 0-0 0-0 Jared Sperber 1 0-0 0-0 Anthony Marshall 1 0-0 0-0 TEAM 0 0-0 0-0 Total.......... 44 22-29 43-44 Opponents...... 13 3-9 11-11

Avg/G 169.8 27.8 2.7 0.4 186.1 207.3

Rush Rcv Pass DXP 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 1-2 0 0-0 0

SCORE BY QUARTERS CSU-Pueblo Opponents

1st 75 27

2nd 137 31

3rd 69 20

INTERCEPTIONS Mark Sterling Jon Bailey Stephan Dickens Lee Meisner Josh Costa C.J. Roberts Damon Schiele Louie Lozano Jarrod Lacy Total.......... Opponents......

No. 5 4 4 4 3 2 1 1 1 25 5

Yds 16 25 101 76 52 94 20 -5 0 379 12

Avg 3.2 6.2 25.2 19.0 17.3 47.0 20.0 -5.0 0.0 15.2 2.4

TD 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0

PUNTING Brandon Kliesen Total.......... Opponents......

No. Yds Avg Long 46 1977 43.0 64 46 1977 43.0 64 74 2750 37.2 64

Saf Points 0 109 0 60 0 48 0 24 0 18 0 18 0 18 0 12 0 12 0 6 0 6 0 6 0 6 0 6 0 6 0 6 0 6 0 6 1 2 1 375 0 100

4th Total 94 375 22 100 Long 9 21 57 38 39 48 20 0 0 57 9 TB 8 8 6

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FC 5 5 3

I20 15 15 9

Blkd 0 0 2

2011 STATISTICS (CON’T) PUNT RETURNS No. Josh Sandoval 35 Franex Dort 4 Da’Quan Cartwright 1 Anthony Marshall 1 Total.......... 41 Opponents...... 17

Yds 608 15 -2 16 637 157

Avg 17.4 3.8 -2.0 16.0 15.5 9.2

TD 2 0 0 1 3 0

Long 83 9 0 0 83 30

KICK RETURNS Franex Dort J.B. Mathews Jamaal Johnson Giovanni Rider Justin Herrera Total.......... Opponents......

No. Yds 6 147 4 62 4 82 2 20 1 0 17 311 42 1015

Avg 24.5 15.5 20.5 10.0 0.0 18.3 24.2

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Long 27 29 35 11 0 35 100

TOTAL OFFENSE Ross Dausin Jesse Lewis J.B. Mathews Jamaal Johnson Troy Graham Marquis McNeal Jonathan Gaye Justin Jackson Donovan Bowens Jon Kuzava Jared Sperber Giovanni Rider Deontrae Cooper Marcial Williamson Trent Thompson TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

G 11 11 9 10 6 11 2 3 9 3 11 10 10 11 7 10 11 11

Rush 124 849 657 332 -7 49 34 33 32 14 18 15 9 7 3 -16 2153 872

Pass 1868 0 0 4 167 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 2047 2280

Plays 300 167 112 75 25 14 5 8 8 6 1 4 1 0 1 13 741 761

Total Avg/G 1992 181.1 849 77.2 657 73.0 336 33.6 160 26.7 49 4.5 34 17.0 33 11.0 32 3.6 22 7.3 18 1.6 15 1.5 9 0.9 7 0.6 3 0.4 -16 -1.6 4200 381.8 3152 286.5

Tackles DEFENSIVE LEADERS GP Solo Ast Total TFL/Yds 36 Lee Meisner 11 29 58 87 4.0-9 22 Damon Schiele 10 21 45 66 3.0-4 4 Stephan Dickens 11 35 22 57 4.0-22 2 Grant Jansen 11 19 34 53 12.0-56 38 Louie Lozano 11 19 33 52 7.0-11 55 Corey Orth 11 15 29 44 9.5-51 12 Mark Sterling 11 27 16 43 2.0-7 18 Jon Bailey 11 20 21 41 . 20 C.J. Roberts 11 32 6 38 1.0-2 7 Jervoise Hollins 11 15 20 35 7.0-15 34 Jason Campbell 11 18 16 34 6.5-16 26 Josh Costa 11 18 16 34 2.5-18 91 Josh Mack 11 8 24 32 6.5-23 30 Buster Thede 11 13 19 32 3.0-12 47 Beldy Nseka 11 9 9 18 2.0-7 46 Dyrell Hallcy 9 6 7 13 0.5-6 23 Franex Dort 9 7 6 13 . 31 Kyle McCall 11 5 7 12 2.0-7 97 Justin Herrera 10 2 9 11 1.0-1 35 Jarrod Lacy 11 9 2 11 . 50 Dexter Scott 9 4 7 11 1.0-2 6 Nick Henderson 11 8 3 11 . 3 Darius Allen 9 3 8 11 2.5-8 51 Evan Ruppert 8 7 3 10 . 32 Giovanni Rider 10 3 5 8 . 41 Adrian Marquez 8 4 4 8 1.5-2 94 Anthony Marshall 8 . 5 5 . 27 Donovan Bowens 9 1 3 4 0.5-1 TM TEAM 10 4 . 4 . 13 Jared Sperber 11 4 . 4 . 81 Paul Browning 11 2 1 3 . 21 Marcial Williamson 11 1 1 2 . 49 Trent Thompson 7 2 . 2 . 14 Jamaal Johnson 10 1 1 2 . 24 J.B. Mathews 9 2 . 2 . 43 Tyler Hamlin 11 1 1 2 . 17 Deontrae Cooper 10 1 . 1 . 96 Josh Mitchell 3 . 1 1 . 93 Emmanuel Tottress 2 1 . 1 . 80 Koby Wittek 9 1 . 1 . 16 Troy Graham 6 . 1 1 . 60 J.T. Haddan 11 . 1 1 . 66 Ryan Jensen 10 . 1 1 . 25 J. Owens 1 . 1 1 . 42 Joe Campton 11 1 . 1 . 10 Kyle Major 11 . 1 1 . 9 Brandon Kliesen 11 . 1 1 . 45 Louis Fisher 2 . . . . Total.......... 11 378 448 826 79-280 Opponents...... 11 357 564 921 64.0-230

ALL PURPOSE Josh Sandoval Jesse Lewis J.B. Mathews Jamaal Johnson Jared Sperber Deontrae Cooper Paul Browning Marcial Williamson Franex Dort Koby Wittek Ross Dausin Roger Pfannenschmid Stephan Dickens C.J. Roberts Lee Meisner Marquis McNeal Josh Costa Giovanni Rider Da’Quan Cartwright Jonathan Gaye Justin Jackson Donovan Bowens Tyler Hamlin Jon Bailey Jon Kuzava Damon Schiele Trent Thompson Mark Sterling Anthony Marshall Hawken Albus Louie Lozano Troy Graham TEAM Total.......... Opponents...... Sacks No-Yards Int-Yds 1.0-2 4-76 . 1-20 1.5-17 4-101 5.5-40 . . 1--5 7.0-46 . . 5-16 . 4-25 . 2-94 2.0-4 . 2.0-6 . 1.0-14 3-52 2.5-12 . 1.5-10 . 1.0-5 . . . . . 1.0-5 . . . . 1-0 0.5-1 . . . 0.5-2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27-164 25-379 18-120 5-12

Pass BrUp QBH 2 . 1 . 3 . 2 3 4 . . 2 8 . 3 . 7 . . 1 1 . 1 . 1 1 1 . 1 . 1 . 2 . 1 1 . . 2 . 2 . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . 44 9 34 7

G Rush Rec PR 11 0 356 608 11 849 105 0 9 657 208 0 10 332 180 0 11 18 255 0 10 9 206 0 11 0 208 0 11 7 162 0 9 0 0 15 9 0 130 0 11 124 0 0 11 0 118 0 11 0 0 0 11 0 0 0 11 0 0 0 11 49 7 0 11 0 0 0 10 15 7 0 9 0 43 -2 2 34 0 0 3 33 0 0 9 32 0 0 11 0 26 0 11 0 0 0 3 14 8 0 10 0 0 0 7 3 13 0 11 0 0 0 8 0 0 16 4 0 15 0 11 0 0 0 6 -7 0 0 10 -16 0 0 11 2153 2047 637 11 872 2280 157 Fumbles Blacks Rcv-Yds FF Kick . . . 1-0 . . 1-0 1 . . 2 . 1-0 1 2 . . 3 1-0 . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . 1-0 1 . . 1 . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . 1-0 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-0 8 7 12-34 16 3

Note: Statistics do not include 1 post-season game(s). KOR IR Tot Avg/G 0 0 964 87.6 0 0 954 86.7 62 0 927 103.0 82 0 594 59.4 0 0 273 24.8 0 0 215 21.5 0 0 208 18.9 0 0 169 15.4 147 0 162 18.0 0 0 130 14.4 0 0 124 11.3 0 0 118 10.7 0 101 101 9.2 0 94 94 8.5 0 76 76 6.9 0 0 56 5.1 0 52 52 4.7 20 0 42 4.2 0 0 41 4.6 0 0 34 17.0 0 0 33 11.0 0 0 32 3.6 0 0 26 2.4 0 25 25 2.3 0 0 22 7.3 0 20 20 2.0 0 0 16 2.3 0 16 16 1.5 0 0 16 2.0 0 0 15 3.8 0 -5 -5 -0.5 0 0 -7 -1.2 0 0 -16 -1.6 311 379 5527 502.5 1015 12 4336 394.2

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2011 STARTING LINEUPS OFFENSIVE STARTERS

WIDE RECEIVER Paul Browning

TIGHT END Koby Wittek

LEFT TACKLE Ryan Jensen

LEFT GUARD J.T. Haddan

CENTER Jonathan Jones

RIGHT GUARD R.J. Trione

TAILBACK Jesse Lewis

RIGHT TACKLE Taylor Kelly

WIDE RECEIVER Jared Sperber

FULLBACK Marquise McNeal QUARTERBACK Ross Dausin

Opponent (Date) West Texas A&M (Sep. 1) NW Oklahoma St. (Sep. 10) Adams State (Sep. 17) Fort Lewis (Sep. 24) Chadron State (Oct. 1) Colorado Mines (Oct. 6) Nebraska-Kearney (Oct. 15) Colorado Mesa (Oct. 22) N.M. Highlands (Oct. 29) Western State (Nov. 5) Western New Mexico (Nov. 12) Minnesota-Duluth (Nov. 26)

QB TB FB Dausin Lewis McNeal Dausin Lewis McNeal Dausin Lewis Sandoval (WR) Dausin Lewis Pfannenschmid (TE) Dausin Lewis McNeal Dausin Lewis McNeal Dausin Lewis Pfannenschmid (TE) Dausin Lewis McNeal Dausin Lewis Johnson (TB) Dausin Johnson Pfannenschmid (TE) Dausin Lewis McNeal Dausin Lewis McNeal

WR Browning Browning Browning Browning Browning Browning Browning Browning Browning Browning Browning Browning

WR TE Sperber Wittek Sperber Wittek Sperber Wittek Sperber Wittek Sperber Thompson Sperber Wittek Sperber Wittek Sperber Pfannenschmid Sperber Pfannenschmid Sperber Wittek Sperber Wittek Sperber Wittek

LT Jensen Jensen Jensen Jensen Jensen Jensen Jensen Jensen Jensen Payne Jensen Jensen

LG Haddan Haddan Haddan Haddan Haddan Haddan Haddan Haddan Haddan Haddan Haddan Haddan

C Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones Jones

RG Trione Trione Trione Trione Trione Trione Trione Trione Trione Trione Trione Trione

RT Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly Kelly

DEFENSIVE STARTERS LEFT DEF. END Corey Orth

RIGHT DEF. END Grant Jansen

NOSE GUARD Josh Mack

LEFT CORNER Stephan Dickens

Opponent (Date) West Texas A&M (Sep. 1) NW Oklahoma St. (Sep. 10) Adams State (Sep. 17) Fort Lewis (Sep. 24) Chadron State (Oct. 1) Colorado Mines (Oct. 6) Nebraska-Kearney (Oct. 15) Colorado Mesa (Oct. 22) N.M. Highlands (Oct. 29) Western State (Nov. 5) Western New Mexico (Nov. 12) Minnesota-Duluth (Nov. 26)

RIGHT OLB Jason Campbell

LEFT OLB Louie Lozano

FREE SAFETY Jon Bailey LDE Orth Orth Orth Orth Orth Orth Orth Orth Orth Orth Orth Orth

NG Hollins Hollins Hollins Hollins Hollins Mack Mack Mack Mack Mack Mack Mack

RIGHT CORNER Mark Sterling

LEFT ILB Lee Meisner RDE LOLB Jansen Nseka Jansen Lozano Jansen Lozano Jansen Lozano Jansen Lozano Jansen Lozano Jansen Lozano Jansen Lozano Jansen Lozano Jansen Lozano Jansen McCall Jansen Lozano

LILB Meisner Meisner Meisner Meisner Meisner Meisner Meisner Meisner Meisner Meisner Meisner Meisner

RIGHT ILB Damon Schiele RILB ROLB Schiele Campbell Schiele Campbell Schiele Campbell Schiele Campbell Schiele Campbell Schiele Campbell Schiele Campbell Thede Campbell Schiele Campbell Schiele Campbell Schiele Marquez Schiele Campbell

STRONG SAFETY Josh Costa LCB Dickens Dickens Dickens Dickens Dickens Dickens Dickens Dickens Dickens Dickens Dickens Dickens

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RCB Sterling Sterling Sterling Sterling Sterling Sterling Sterling Sterling Sterling Sterling Sterling Sterling

FS Bailey Bailey Lacy Bailey Bailey Bailey Bailey Bailey Bailey Bailey Bailey Bailey

SS Costa Costa Costa Costa Costa Costa Costa Costa Costa Costa Costa Costa

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RMAC Football  Final  December 19, 2011 2011 SEASON-IN-REVIEW 2011 RMAC FOOTBALL STANDINGS

Isu ^* CSU-Pueblo ^ Nebraska-Kearney Colorado Mines Chadron State Adams State Western New Mexico Colorado Mesa New Mexico Highlands Fort Lewis Western State

RMAC W-L P. 9-0 1.000 8-1 0.889 6-3 0.667 6-3 0.667 4-5 0.444 4-5 0.444 3-6 0.333 2-7 0.222 2-7 0.222 1-8 0.111

F 34.2 38.0 28.9 25.1 26.2 23.3 19.8 18.7 10.2 13.6

Opp 8.4 14.9 25.9 19.3 21.3 25.9 26.8 29.4 32.3 33.7

Ov W-L P. 11-1 0.917 10-2 0.833 8-3 0.727 6-5 0.545 6-5 0.545 5-6 0.455 4-7 0.364 4-7 0.364 3-8 0.273 1-10 0.091

F 33.0 39.5 31.6 26.5 26.8 23.2 21.2 24.6 13.9 12.8

Opp 10.3 16.8 21.8 23.1 20.0 26.5 27.3 28.6 34.5 34.7

^- Qualied for NCAA Tournament *- RMAC Regular Season Champion

2011ALL-RMAC TEAMS PLAYER/COACH OF THE YEAR RMAC Offensive Player of the Year: Jake Spitzlberger, Neb-Kearney RMAC Defensive Player Daktronic of the Year: Lee Meisner, CSU-Pueblo 2011 RMAC Special Teams Player of the Year: Kyle Major, CSU-Pueblo RMAC Offensive Freshman of the Year: J.B. Mathews, CSU-Pueblo All-America RMAC Defensive Freshman of the Year: Jordan Price, Colo. Mesa

SECOND Team - DEfense DE Alex Paicurich S r.,Neb-Kearney (Westminster, Colo., Standley Lake HS) DE Devin Howard Jr.,New Mexico Highlands (Yreka, Calif.) 2011 Daktronic DT Josh Mack Sr.,CSU-Pueblo (Pueblo, Colo., Northern Colorado) DT Jan Karlos Medina Jr.,Chadron State (San Juan, Puerto#3 Rico, Des Moines East) Ser Region ILB Jacob Cross Sr.,Western New Mexico (Bakersfield, Calif., Bakersfield JC)

RMAC Coach of the Year: John Wristen, CSU-Pueblo

ILB Kellen Werner So.,Nebraska-Kearney (Grand Island, Neb., Grand Island HS) OLB Alex Vigil Jr.,Colorado Mines (Arvada, Colo., Faith Christian HS) Fs T Offs OLB Jason Campbell J r.,CSU-Pueblo (Kailua, Hawaii, Kamehameha HS) Sandoval, CSU-Pueblo CBJosh Bernard Williams Jr.,Western New Mexico (Orlando, Fla. Winter Park HS) CBKyle Mark Sterling CSU-Pueblo Jr.,CSU-Pueblo (Colo. Springs, Colo., Sierra HS) Major, S Jon Bailey Sr.,CSU-Pueblo (Fort Morgan, Colo., Fort Morgan HS) Goodin, (Nanakuli, Nebraska-Kearney S Stephen Josh Costa Sr.,CSU-Pueblo Hawaii, Kamehameha-Kapalama HS)

WR Dustin Bolt

SECOND Team - SPECIAL TEAMS

Fs T Ds FirstWright, Team - Offense Connor Mesa Colo./Bear Creek HS) QB Jake Spitzlberger Sr.,Colorado Neb.-Kearney (Lakewood, RB Jesse Lewis Sr., CSU-Pueblo (Loveland, Colo., Loveland HS) Arthur Hobbs, Nebraska-Kearney RB Terjean Saffold Sr., Adams State (Stockton, Calif., Laney JC) Taylor Accardi, Colorado Mines WR Tommy Flanagan Jr., Neb-Kearney (Lakewood, Colo. South Dakota) Sr.,Adams State (Alamosa, Colo., Alamosa HS)

WR Markis Sumpter Jr.,Western N.M. (Oceanside, Calif., Fallbrook Union HS) S T OffSr.,CSU-Pueblo s TE Koby Wittek (Golden, Colo., Golden HS) Stephen Nebraska-Kearney OL Tim Hiett Goodin, Sr.,Chadron State (Arvada, Colo., Arvada West HS) OL Ryan Jensen Jr.,CSU-Pueblo (Fort Morgan, Colo., Fort Morgan HS) Kyle Major, CSU-Pueblo

OL Stephen Goodin Sr.,Nebraska-Kearney Hastings, Neb. Hastings HS OL JT Haddan Jr.,CSU-Pueblo (Craig, Colo. Moffat County HS) OL JonathanT Jones Ds Jr.,CSU-Pueblo (Houston, Texas, Westfield HS) S

Jordan Campbell, Highalnds First TeamN.M. - DEfense DE Connor Wright Sr.,Colorado Mesa (Wheat Ridge, Colo., Wheat Ridge HS) Lee Meisner, CSU-Pueblo

DE Grant Jansen Sr.,CSU-Pueblo (Colo. Springs, Colo., Pine Creek HS) DT Dereck Johns Sr.,Adams State (Phoenix, Ariz., Glendale CC) DT Justin Thiel Jr.,Neb.-Kearney (Hastings, Neb., Neb.-Omaha) ILB Lee Meisner Sr.,CSU-Pueblo (Sterling, Colo., Sterling HS) ILB Rocco DeLorenzo Sr.,Adams State (Arvada, Colo., Arvada West HS) OLB Jordan Campbell Jr.,N. M. Highlands (Corona, Calif.) OLB Kevin Lindholm Jr.,Chadron State (Eads, Colo., Eads HS) CB Arthur Hobbs Sr.,Nebraska-Kearney (San Diego, Calif., Grossmont College) CB Stephan Dickens S o.,CSU-Pueblo (Aurora, Colo., Cherokee Trail HS) S Sam Kuck Jr.,Nebraska-Kearney (Central City, Neb., Central City HS) S James Ackel Jr.,Adams State (Riverside, Calif. Arlington HS)

First Team - SPECIAL TEAMS

K Kyle Major Sr.,CSU-Pueblo (Littleton, Colo., Heritage HS) P Taylor Acciardi Jr.,Colorado Mines (Littleton, Colo., Dakota Ridge HS) KR Trent deBraga Jr.,Colorado Mesa (Fallon, Nev. Churchill County HS) PR Josh Sandoval So.,CSU-Pueblo (Pueblo, Colo., Pueblo East HS)

SECOND Team - OFfense

QB Ross Dausin Jr.,CSU-Pueblo (San Antonio, Texas, Butler CC) RB Dan Palmer Jr.,Colorado Mines (Greeley, Colo., University HS) RB J.B. Mathews Fr.,CSU-Pueblo (Aurora, Colo., Rangeview HS) WR Delton Prescott Jr.,Sr.,Adams State (Phoenix, Ariz., Glendale CC) WR Diamond Gillis Fr.,Colorado Mines (Aurora, Colo., Cherokee Trail HS) WR Kevon Williams Jr.,N.M. Highlands (Houston, Texas, Westbury HS) TE Jeremy Sondrup Sr.,Chadron State (Pleasant Grove, Utah, Snow JC) OL Sean McGowan Sr.,Chadron State (Lakewood, Colo., Lakewood HS) OL Trevor Stapp Jr.,Colorado Mesa (Chandler, Ariz., Corona Del Sol HS) OL Andy Keirns Sr.,Nebraska-Kearney (Loveland, Colo., Loveland HS) OL Kevin Ashak Jr.,Adams State (Mesa, Ariz., Desert Ridge HS) OL Matt Anderson Sr.,Nebraska-Kearney (Prescott, Ariz., Scottsdale CC)

Jake Spitzlberger, Nebraska-Kearney

K Lloyd Tucker Sr.,Western State (Carbondale, Colo., Colorado Mountain College) T P Fs Brandon Kliesen Ds So.,CSU-Pueblo (Pueblo, Colo., Pueblo South HS) KRRocco Abdul Kanneh Jr.,NewAdams Mexico Highlands DeLorenzo, State(Woodbridge, Va.) PR Scott Kellogg Jr.,Adams State (Littleton, Colo., Chatfield HS)

Connor Wright, Colorado Mesa

THIRD TeamColorado - Offense Taylor Accardi, Mines

QB Clay Garcia Sr.,Colorado Mines (Alamosa, Colo., Alamosa HS) Meisner, CSU-Pueblo RB*-Lee Glen Clinton So.,Chadron State (Cody, Wyo., Cody HS) RBArthur Rustin Dring Sr.,Nebraska-Kearney (Kearney, Neb., Kearney HS) Hobbs, Nebraska-Kearney WR Josh Sandoval So.,CSU-Pueblo (Pueblo, Colo., Pueblo East HS) Campbell, New(Widefield, MexicoColo., Highlands WRJordan Paul Browning Fr.,CSU-Pueblo Widefield HS) WR Nathan Ross So.,Chadron State (San Diego, Calif., Mount Carmel HS) WR Eli Hammond Sr.,Nebraska-Kearney (Colo. Springs, Colo., Lewis-Palmer HS) S T Offs TE David Pawelek Jr.,Colorado Mines (Smithson Valley, Texas, Smithson Valley HS) Haddan, CSU-Pueblo OLJ.T. Sosaia Vaitai Sr.,Western N.M. (Waianae, Hawaii, Eastern Arizona College) OL Iain Smith Jr.,Colorado Mines (Centennial, Colo., Arapahoe HS) OL Jake Blackburn Sr.,Chadron State (Cody, Wyo., Cody HS) Ds OLS Joey OliverT Sr.,Adams State (Wittmann,, Ariz., Phoenix JC) OLMark Nate Behrends Jr.,Colorado Mines (Parker, Colo., Ponderosa HS) Sterling, CSU-Pueblo

Kellen Werner, Nebraska-Kearney THIRD Team - DEfense

DE Dex Schwieger Jr.,Nebraska-Kearney (Aurora, Neb., Nebraska-Omaha) DE Keifer Burke Jr.,Chadron State (Brady, Neb., University of Nebraska) - Defensive Player theHighlands Year (Immokalee, Fla.) DT* John Paul Jr.,Newof Mexico DT Lane Stuht So.,Western State (Loveland, Colo., Loveland HS) ILB James Belville Sr.,Chadron State (Valentine, Neb., Valentine HS) ILB Cordelle Nugent Sr.,New Mexico Highlands (Victorville, Calif.) OLB Louie Lozano So.,CSU-Pueblo (Whittier, Calif., La Serna HS) OLB Chad Benkelman Sr.,Colorado Mesa (Elbert, Colo., Elbert HS) OLB Dashaun Briggs Jr.,Western N.M. (Phoenix, Ariz., Glendale CC) CB Fabrice Nolen Sr.,Adams State (Gilbert, Ariz., Mesquite HS) CB Abdul Kanneh Jr.,N.M. Highlands (Woodbridge, Va.) S Trent deBraga Jr.,Colorado Mesa (Fallon, Nev., Churchill County HS) S Phil Rivera Jr.,Chadron State (Apple Valley, Calif., Apple Valley HS)

THIRD Team - SPECIAL TEAMS

K Alex Ferdinand Fr.,Chadron State (Rapid City, S.D., Rapid City Stevens HS) P Michael Brady So.,Colorado Mesa (Highlands Ranch, Colo., Highlands Ranch HS) KR Scott Kellogg Jr.,Adams State (Littleton, Colo., Chatfi eld HS) PR Matt Berry So.,Nebraska-Kearney (McCook, Neb., McCook HS)

AFCA DIVISION II 2011 Caital One Academic All-America FINAL COACHES’ POLL

Rank School (First Pl. Votes) 1. Pittsburg St. (Kan.) (29) 2. Fs T Wayne St. (Mich.) Colorado School of Mines 3. Clay Garcia, Winston-Salem St. (N.C.) Chadron State 4. Sean McGowan, Delta St. (Miss.) deBraga,Missouri Colorado 5. TrentNorthwest St. Mesa CSU-Pueblo 6. Lee Meisner, Minnesota-Duluth Atherton,St. Fort Lewis 7. FrankMidwestern 8. New Haven (Conn.) 9. Academic Colorado St.-Pueblo Player of the Year: 10. Clay Garcia, Nebraska-Kearney Colorado Mines 11. Washburn (Kan.) 12. North Greenville (S.C.) 13. Kutztown (Pa.) 2011 Caital One 14. North Alabama 15. California (Pa.) All-Ditrict Academic 16. Abilene Christian (Texas) 17. Fs St. Cloud State (Minn.) T 18. QB Clay Missouri Western St. Garcia, Colorado Mines 19. OL Matt MarsMankoff Hill (N.C.), Colorado Mesa 20. OL Sean Humboldt St. (Calif.) McGowan, Chadron State 21. DB Trent Bloomsburg (Pa.)Colorado Mesa deBraga, 22. Shepherd (W.Va.) LB Lee Meisner, CSU-Pueblo 23. West Alabama P Frank Atherton, Fort Lewis 24. West Virginia Wesleyan 25. West Texas A&M Others Receiving Votes: Grand Valley St. (Mich.), 33; Central Missouri, 24; Saginaw Valley St. (Mich.), 22; 2011 Region Fie Albany St. (Ga.), 20;AFCA Minnesota St.-Mankato, 20; East Region Coach of the Year Central (Okla.), 19; Colorado School of Mines, 12; Concord (W.Va.), 12; Elizabeth City St. (N.C.), 10; MorehouseJohn (Ga.),Wristen, 7; Hillsdale (Mich.), 4; Lenoir-Rhyne (N.C.), CSU-Pueblo 4; Slippery Rock (Pa.), 4; North Carolina-Pembroke, 2; Valdosta St. (Ga.), 1.

RMAC SCHOOLS 2011 Diiion IIIN Coordinator of the Year AFCA POLL

November 14 Hunter Hughes, 1. CSU-Pueblo 4. Nebraska-Kearney RV. Colorado Mines November 7 2. CSU-Pueblo 5. Nebraska-Kearney 20. Colorado Mines October 31 4. CSU-Pueblo 8. Nebraska-Kearney 23. Colorado Mines October 24 7. CSU-Pueblo 10. Nebraska-Kearney 25. Colorado Mines RV. Adams State October 17 8. CSU-Pueblo 13. Nebraska-Kearney RV. Colorado Mines October 10 4. Nebraska-Kearney 11. CSU-Pueblo RV. Colorado Mines

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CSU-Pueblo 4. Nebraska-Kearney

11. CSU-Pueblo RV. Colorado Mines September 26 7. Nebraska-Kearney 14. CSU-Pueblo RV. Colorado Mines RV. New Mexico Highlands September 19 7. Nebraska-Kearney 14. CSU-Pueblo RV. Colorado Mines RV. New Mexico Highlands September 12 11. Nebraska-Kearney 18. CSU-Pueblo 20. Colorado Mines RV. Adams State September 5 13. Nebraska-Kearney 21. CSU-Pueblo 24. Colorado Mines August 15/Preseason 16. Nebraska-Kearney RV. Colorado Mines RV. CSU-Pueblo RV. Chadron State

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PAST RMAC CHAMPIONS

2011 RMAC CHAMPIONS – CSU-PUEBLO All-Time RMAC Champions (1909-Present) 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980

CSU-Pueblo Colorado Mines & Nebraska-Kearney Nebraska-Kearney Chadron State Chadron State Chadron State Nebraska-Kearney Colorado Mines Mesa State Chadron State & Nebraska-Kearney Chadron State Mesa State Chadron State & N.M. Highlands Chadron State & Western State Western State Chadron State Fort Hays State & Western State Western State Fort Hays State Western State Western State Mesa State Adams State Mesa State Mesa State Mesa State Mesa State Fort Lewis Mesa State Mesa State N.M. Highlands Adams State & Southern Colorado

1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947 1946 1945 1943 1942

Western State Western State Western State Western State Western State Western State Western State Adams State Northern Colorado Pittsburg State Northern Colorado Adams State Adams State Western State Western State Western State Western State Adams State Adams State Adams State Idaho State Colorado College & Colorado Mines Idaho State Montana State Idaho State Montana State Idaho State Idaho State Colorado Mines Colorado College Colorado College Northern Colorado Montana State Montana State Colorado College No League Colorado Mines

1941 1940 1939 1938 1937 1936 1935 1934 1933 1932 1931 1930 1929 1928 1927 1926 1925 1924 1923 1922 1921 1920 1919 1918 1917 1916 1915 1914 1913 1912 1911 1910 1909

CHAMPIONSHIPS BY SCHOOL Colorado College Colorado College Colorado Mines Montana State Colorado Utah State Colorado Colorado Utah Utah Utah Utah Utah Utah Colorado State Utah Colorado State Colorado Colorado Utah Colorado Colorado State Colorado College Colorado Mines Denver Colorado State Colorado State Colorado Mines Colorado Colorado Mines Colorado Colorado College & Colorado Colorado & Denver

(Current members only)

Western State (17 championships) Last title: 1998

Colorado Mines (16 championships) Last title: 2010

Colorado Mesa (9 championships) Last title: 2003

Chadron State (8 championships) Last title: 2008

Adams State (8 championships) Last title: 1989

CSU-Pueblo (2 championships) Last title: 2011

N.M. Highlands (2 championships) Last title: 1999

Fort Lewis (1 championships) Last title: 1984

Note: Western New Mexico & Black Hills State have never won an RMAC Championship.

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RMAC TEAMS IN THE POSTSEASON NCAA DIVISION II PLAYOFF GAMES Year 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992

Winning Team Minnesota-Duluth Wayne State (Mich.) Grand Valley State Minnesota-Duluth Nebraska-Kearney Western Washington Minnesota-Duluth Chadron State Western Oregon Northwest Mo. State Chadron State Abilene Christian Northwest Mo. State Chadron State Fort Lewis Pittsburg State Colorado Mines Central Oklahoma Texas A&M-Kingsville  Tarleton State Mesa State UC-Davis UC-Davis Central Oklahoma Angelo State Central Oklahoma Texas A&M-Kingsville Texas A&M-Kingsville Cal-Davis Texas A&I

Score 24 38 35 42 35 25 20 23 26 26 76 56 28 43 24 70 52 20 58 28 40 62 48 21 46 23 59 43 37 22

Losing Team CSU-Pueblo Nebraska-Kearney Colorado Mines Nebraska-Kearney Saginaw Valley (Mich.) Colorado Mines Chadron State Wayne State (Neb.) Colorado Mines Chadron State Abilene Christian Mesa State Chadron State West Texas A&M Dixie State Colorado Mines Midwestern State Mesa State Nebraska-Kearney Chadron State Northeastern Okla. Mesa State Chadron  Chadron State Western State Chadron State Fort Hays State Western State Fort Hays State Western State

NAIA NATIONAL PLAYOFFS Year 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1983 1982 1979 1978 1976 1969 1967 1966

Winning Team Western State Central State, OH Mesa State Central State, OH Dickinson State, ND Mesa State Central State, OH Adams State Emporia State, KS Moorhead State, MN Adams State Adams State Adams State Carson-Newman, TN Mesa State Mesa State Carson-Newman, TN Hillsdale, MI Mesa State Hillsdale, MI Mesa State Mesa State Carson-Newman, TN Mesa State Central State, OK Mesa State Central State, OK Texas A&I Western State Angelo State Texas A&I Texas A&I Eastern Washington Waynesburg, PA

Score 38 20 37 48 28 10 38 30 51 26 14 38 13 56 49 38 21 27 39 24 35 34 36 43 61 18 14 38 21 35 56 28 28 30

Losing Team Carson-Newman, TN Western State W. New Mexico Fort Hays State Chadron State Central Arkansas Mesa State Northwestern Okla. Adams State Mesa State Emporia State, KS Southeastern Okla. Pittsburg State, KS Adams State Southwest State, MN Southern Oregon Mesa State Mesa State Western Oregon Mesa State Eastern New Mexico Central Arkansas Mesa State Moorhead State Southern Colorado Hillsdale, MI Mesa State Western State Central Arkansas Western State Western State N.M. Highlands N.M. Highlands N.M. Highlands

NCAA DIVISION II PLAYOFF RECORDS: RMAC TEAMS Team Home W-L Road/Neutral W-L Chadron State 3-2 0-5 Colorado Mesa 0-1 1-2 Colorado Mines 1-0 0-4* Fort Lewis 0-0 1-0** CSU-Pueblo 0-1 0-0 Western State 0-0 0-3 PAST RMAC MEMBERS Nebraska-Kearney 1-2 0-1 Fort Hays State 0-0 0-2 * Includes 0-2 record in Dixie Rotary Bowl ** Includes 1-0 record in Dixie Rotary Bowl

Total 3-7 1-3 1-5 1-0 0-1 0-3 1-3 0-2

Score 21 26 13 7 20 10 10 17 12 13 73 (3OT) 12 21 17 14 35 33 15 40 24 21 18 10 19 12 21 28 7 34 13

Round Second Round Second Round First Round Second Round First Round Dixie Rotary Bowl Second Round First Round Dixie Rotary Bowl Quarterfinals Second Round First Round Quarterfinals Second Round Dixie Rotary Bowl Second Round First Round First Round First Round First Round First Round Quarterfinals First Round First Round First Round First Round First Round First Round Quarterfinals Quarterfinals

Site Pueblo, Colo. Kearney, Neb. Allendale, Mich. Duluth, Minn. Kearney, Neb. St. George, Utah Duluth, Minn. Chadron, Neb. St. George, Utah Chadron, Neb. Chadron, Neb. Abilene, Texas Maryville, Mo. Chadron, Neb. St. George, Utah Pittsburg, Kan. Golden, Colo. Grand Junction, Colo. Kearney, Neb. Chadron, Neb. Tahlequah, Okla. Davis, Calif. Davis, Calif. Edmond, Okla. San Angelo, Texas Edmond, OK Kingsville, Texas Kingsville, Texas Davis, Calif. Kingsville, Texas

Score 21 13 30 (OT)  10 3 7 16 22 44 16 10 7 10 21 7 7 7 17 32 21 (OT) 9 17 28 20 20 9 11 14 17 3 14 23 14 27

Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Quarterfinals Quarterfinals First Round Semifinals Championship Quarterfinals Semifinals First Round First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Championship First Round Quarterfinals Semifinals Quarterfinals Quarterfinals Semifinals Quarterfinals Semifinals Championship Quarterfinals Quarterfinals Semfinals Championship Quarterfinals Quarterfinals Semimfinals Semifinals Semifinals Semifinals Semifinals

Site Gunnison, Colo. Wilbuforce, Ohio Grand Junction, Colo. Hays, Kan. Dickinson, N.D. Conway, Ark. Grand Junc., Colo. Alamosa, Colo. Alamosa, Colo. Moorhead, Minn. Emporia, Kan. Durant, Okla. Alamosa, Colo. Jefferson Cy, Tenn. Marshall, Minn. Grand Junc., Colo. Jefferson Cy, Tenn. Grand Junction, Colo. Grand Junction, Colo. Grand Junction, Colo. Grand Junction, Colo. Grand Junction, Colo. Grand Junction, Colo. Grand Junction, Colo. Pueblo, Colo. Grand Junction, Colo. Edmund, Okla. Kingsville, Texas Conway, Ark. Angelo, Texas Kingsville, Texas Kingsville, Texas Las Vegas, N.M. Albuquerque, N.M.

NAIA PLAYOFF RECORDS: RMAC TEAMS Team Home W-L Western State 1-0 Colorado Mesa 7-4 Chadron State 0-0 Adams State 2-1 N.M. Highlands 0-1 CSU-Pueblo 0-1 Western New Mexico 0-0 PAST RMAC MEMBERS Fort Hays State 0-1

Road/Neutral W-L 1-4 2-3 0-1 2-1 0-2 0-0 0-1

Total 2-4 9-6 0-1 4-2 0-3 0-1 0-1

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Since the American Football Coaches’ Association (AFCA) began releasing a Division II poll in 2000, five RMAC teams have appeared at least once in the poll (CSU-Pueblo, Chadron State, Colorado Mesa, Colorado Mines and former RMAC member, Nebraska-Kearney). APPEARANCES IN AFCA POLL Chadron State (85) Nebraska-Kearney (53) Colorado Mesa (21) Colorado Mines (21) CSU-Pueblo (13) TOP TEN RANKINGS SINCE 2000 & HIGH RANKING Chadron State (33 – High ranking of #2 in 2007) Nebraska-Kearney (15 – High ranking of #4 in 2011) CSU-Pueblo (6 – High ranking of #1 in 2011) Colorado Mines (3 – High ranking of #5 in 2004) Colorado Mesa (1 – High ranking of #10 in 2003) MOST POLL APPEARANCES IN A SINGLE SEASON 14 – Chadron State (2007), Nebraska-Kearney (2002) 13 – Chadron State (2001, 2002, 2008), NebraskaKearney (2010, 2011) 12 – Chadron State (2003), CSU-Pueblo (2011) 10 – Chadron State (2006) 8 – Colorado Mesa (2003, 2007), Colorado Mines (2004) 7 – Nebraska-Kearney (2009), Colorado Mines (2010) RMAC TEAMS IN PRESEASON RANKINGS 2000 – Nebraska-Kearney (25) 2001 – Chadron State (17), Colorado Mesa (18) 2002 – Chadron State (14), Nebraska-Kearney (25) 2003 – Chadron State (15), Nebraska-Kearney (20) 2004 – Colorado Mesa (12) 2005 – Colorado Mines (T14) 2006 – None ranked 2007 – Chadron State (5) 2008 – Chadron State (9), Colorado Mesa (23) 2009 – None ranked 2010 – Nebraska-Kearney (13) 2011 – Nebraska-Kearney (16) RMAC TEAMS IN FINAL RANKINGS 2000 – Colorado Mesa (13), Chadron State (17) 2001 – Chadron State (7) 2002 – Nebraska-Kearney (12), Chadron State (20) 2003 – Colorado Mesa (14), Chadron State (23) 2004 – Colorado Mines (8) 2005 – Nebraska-Kearney (24) 2006 – Chadron State (5) 2007 – Chadron State (5), Colorado Mesa (19) 2008 – Chadron State (9) 2009 – Nebraska-Kearney (8) 2010 – Colorado Mines (19), Nebraska-Kearney (23) 2011 – CSU-Pueblo (9), Nebraska-Kearney (10)

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RMAC ANNUAL LEADERS (since ‘72) RECEIVING LEADERS Year    Leader

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2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972

84.4 124.2 110.8 99.6 111.9 68.6 113.3 105.8 148.2 115.8 106.8 113.6 94.1 127.9 114.9 126.9 171.9 91.1 119.2 133.1 103.9 60.2 70.6 91.1 114.5 96.6 117.5 79.5 84.2 91.7 62.2 96 91.2 98.9 119.2 73.6 99.8 112.2 76 63.2

Dustin Bolt, Adams State Justin Johnson, Fort Lewis Adam Saur, Colorado Mines John Means, Western N.M. Rod Windsor, Western N.M. Eddie Abreu, N.M. Highlands Richie Ross, Neb.-Kearney Jonny Chan, Colorado Mines Richie Ross, Neb.-Kearney Chris Brewer, Fort Lewis Brian Sump, Colorado Mines Trevor Weston, Neb.-Kearney Trevor Weston, Neb.-Kearney John South, Adams State Jamar Nailor, N.M. Highlands Xavier Brown, Fort Hays State Chris Perry, Adams State Keylie Martin, N.M. Highlands Rus Bailey, N.M. Highlands Johnny Cox, Fort Lewis Tyrone Johnson, Western State Dale Kopec, Fort Lewis Robert Woodruff, Western State Alfonso Garcia, Fort Lewis Anthony Edwards, N.M. Highlands Mike Williams, N.M. Highlands Anthony Edwards, N.M. Highlands Donnie Holmes, Mesa State Steve Haase, Western State John Trahan, Southern Colorado John Wright, Fort Lewis Mark Holland, SUSC Corey Tolle, Southern Colorado Lamont Winston, West. Rex Macey, West. Mike Silva, West. Craig Caldwell, West. Craig Caldwell, West. Rex Macey, West. Bill Cappela, Adams State

SCORING LEADERS

1981 Kevin Stephens, Western N.M. 1980 Dave Mollica, SUSC 1979 Chuck Van Allen, Colorado Mines 1978 Walt Sturkey, WC 1977 Walt Sturkey, WC 1976 Ron Trujillo, Fort Lewis 1975 John Chisholm, Fort Lewis 1974 Jerry Dyer, SUSC 1973 Randy Beckstead, WC 1972 Mike Busby, Western State

RUSHING LEADERS

COREY TOLLE

1979 RMAC Receiving Leader 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972

Thad Variance, N.M. Highlands Conan Smith, N.M. Highlands Jamar Nailor, N.M. Highlands Chris Perry, Adams State Tim Thenell, Western State Rus Bailey, N.M. Highlands David McCartney, Chadron State Reggie Alexander, Western State Brian Barton, Mesa State Wes Polk, Adams State Michael Vaughn, Mesa State Anthony Edwards, N.M. Highlands Tracy Bennett, Mesa State Ronell Brown, N.M. Highlands Howard Roberts, Mesa State Herman Heard, Southern Colorado Russ Hodgson, Mesa State Dino Jones, N.M. Highlands Ron Linsacum, Western State Chuck Van Allen, Colorado Mines Charlie Thompson, Western State Rex Macey, West. Mike Makings, Western State Ray Overstreet, Adams State Wolfgang Taylor, Western State Wolfgang Taylor, Western State Jim Arcieri, Western State

PASSING LEADERS

KYLE MAJOR

2010 RMAC Scoring Leader Year    Leader 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999

Dan Palmer, Colorado Mines Kyle Major, CSU-Pueblo Jordan Alegria, Nebraska-Kearney Travis Atter, Chadron State Danny Woodhead, Chadron State Danny Woodhead, Chadron State Danny Woodhead, Chadron State Danny Woodhead, Chadron State Jessup Pfeifer, Neb.-Kearney Chris Brewer, Fort Lewis Brian Sump, Colorado Mines Austin Forster, Chadron State Volker Olbrich, Neb.-Kearney

Points 114 96 104 100 138 228 126 162 85 118 104 98 84

169.6 180 154.9 198.6 229.4 221.5 196.4 219.5 148.3 133.1

128 110 110 130 89 74 154 90 90 121 126 74 93 96 72 86 80 66 84 80 84 80 96 102 41 51 84

Year    Leader

Avg.

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982

283.9 338.8 321.0 226.3 243.9 191 281.8 357.4 324.5 373.5 307.3 264.5 316.7 291.3 254.9 288.5 287.1 297.8 273.5 298.3 348.4 257.3 250 294.1 379.7 303.8 310.5 171.8 201 169.8

Clay Garcia, Colorado Mines Clay Garcia, Colorado Mines David Pesek, Colorado Mines Joe McLain, Chadron State David Pesek, Colorado Mines Alex Aispuro, N.M. Highlands M. Goldenstein, Neb.-Kearney Chad Friehauf, Colorado Mines Pat Korth, Neb.-Kearney Andrew Webb, Fort Lewis Nate Jackson, Colorado Mines Justin Coleman, Neb.-Kearney Justin Coleman, Neb.-Kearney Brad Norris, Adams State Justin Coleman, Neb.-Kearney Jamie Sander, N.M. Highlands Shawn Behr, Fort Hays State Jermaine Whitaker, N.M. Highlands Jermaine Whitaker, N.M. Highlands Thad Trujillo, Fort Lewis Jayson Merrill, Western State Bobby Saiz, Adams State Bobby Saiz, Adams State Bobby Saiz, Adams State Brian Ainsworth, N.M. Highlands Brian Ainsworth, N.M. Highlands Brian Ainsworth, N.M. Highlands Kevin Sherman, Fort Lewis Andy Lowry, Western State John Wristen, Southern Colorado

JESSE LEWIS

2010 RMAC Rushing Leader Year    Leader

Avg.

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972

92.4 139.1 137.3 145.5 145.2 228 126 184 154.3 145.5 110.1 101.2 84.1 128.4 145.4 121.5 129.1 131.2 148.6 147.4 124.4 127.9 138.4 135.8 164.4 147 112.9 128.6 110.6 120.8 111.2 100.1 114.1 104.4 89.5 107.6 110.5 101.1 114 107.7

Dan Palmer, Colorado Mines Jesse Lewis, CSU-Pueblo Rustin Dring, Nebraska-Kearney Bobby Coy, Mesa State Danny Woodhead, Chadron State Danny Woodhead, Chadron State Danny Woodhead, Chadron State Danny Woodhead, Chadron State C. Bouknight, Western State Mike Miller, Neb.-Kearney Mike Miller, Neb.-Kearney Austin Forster, Chadron State Zach Mader, Neb.-Kearney Thad Variance, N.M. Highlands Conan Smith, N.M. Highlands Emmett Pride, Fort Hays State Murray Dillon, Western State Corey Campbell, Chadron State Thelbert Withers, N.M. Highlands Thelbert Withers, N.M. Highlands Brian Barton, Mesa State Marlo Johnson, Mesa State Michael Vaughn, Mesa State Michael Vaughn, Mesa State Michael Vaughn, Mesa State Lonnie Williams, Mesa State Bob Dyer, Southern Utah Bill Stone, Adams State Russ Hodgson, Mesa State Scott Stamper, Fort Lewis Dino Jones, N.M. Highlands Wayne McGinn, Adams State Charlie Thompson, Western State Winfred Anderson, Southern Utah St. Wayne McGinn, Adams State Phil Wicks, Western State Ray Overstreet, Adams State Jim Arcieri, Western State Charles Coleman, Western N.M. Steve Clodfelter, Southern Utah State

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THE LAST TIME CSU-PUEBLO HAD... PASSING

SPECIAL TEAMS

20 completions – (23) Ross Dausin vs. Nebraska-Kearney, 10/16/2010 30 or more completions – Never 40 attempts – (41) Ross Dausin vs. Nebraska-Kearney, 10/16/2010 50 ore more attempts – Never 300 yards – (304) Ross Dausin vs. Northwestern Oklahoma State, 9/4/2010 400 or more yards – Never Pass over 80 yards – (96) Colin Clancy to Jesse Lewis at Northwestern Oklahoma State, 9/5/2009 4 touchdowns – (4) John Wristen, vs. Western State, 10/22/1983 5 or more touchdowns – Never

Field goal of 50 yards – (51) Kyle Major vs. Chadron State, 10/1/2011 Kickoff return of 80 yards – (97) Marquise Enoch vs. Adams State, 9/18/2010 Blocked a PAT – Sam Collins, vs. Colorado Mines, 10/9/2010 Blocked a Field Goal – Corey Orth, vs. Nebraska-Kearney, 10/18/2011 Blocked a Punt – Anthony Marshall, vs. Fort Lewis, 9/24/2011 Kickoff Return for a Touchdown – (97) Marquise Enoch vs. Adams State, 9/18/2010 Did Not Punt – Not available Punt Return for a TD – Josh Sandoval (83 yards), vs. New Mexico Highlands, 10/30/2011 Three Field Goals in a Game – (4) Kyle Major vs. Fort Lewis, 9/24/2011 Punt for 60 yards – (63) Brandon Kliesen, vs. Colorado Mines, 10/6/2011 Punt for 70 yards – (70) Pat Rollison vs. Adams State, 10/12/1966

It’s been nearly 30 years since a ThunderWolf quarterback has tossed four tochdowns in one game. It was last done in 1983 by current head coach, John Wristen, who held most CSUPueblo passing records upon his graduation in 1983.

last time a csup opponent had:

PASSING 30 completions – (32) Clay Garcia, vs. Colorado Mines, 10/6/2011 40 completions – (45) J.J. Harp, Eastern New Mexico, 8/29/2009 40 attempts – (48) David Ingram, Western New Mexico, 11/12/2011 60 attempts – (61) Clay Garcia, Colorado Mines, 10/9/2010 70 attempts – (78) J.J. Harp, Eastern New Mexico, 8/29/2009 5 touchdowns – (8) Kevin Kott, Eastern New Mexico, 10/6/1984 Pass for 80 yards – (85) Scott Loveland to Adrian Andrews, Central Missouri, 9/3/1983 300 yards – (300) Clay Garcia, Colorado Mines, 10/6/2011 400 yards – (410) Jake Spitzelberger, Nebraska-Kearney, 10/16/2010 500 yards – (513) J.J. Harp, Eastern New Mexico, 8/29/2009

RECEIVING

RECEIVING 100 yards – (110) J.B. Mathews, vs. Colorado Mines, 10/6/2011 150 yards – (207) John Trahan, vs. Mesa State, 9/18/1982 200 yards – (207) John Trahan, vs. Mesa State, 9/18/1982 Reception over 80 yards – (96) Colin Clancy to Jesse Lewis at Northwestern Oklahoma State, 9/5/2009 10 receptions – (12) John Trahan, vs. Mesa State, 9/18/1982 3 Receiving Touchdowns – (3) Roy Thomas, vs. Southern Utah, 10/2/1982

100 yards – (120) Matt Brown, Colorado Mines, 10/6/2011 150 yards – (151) Brittan Golden, West Texas A&M, 9/1/2011 200 yards – (282) Kyle Kaiser, Nebraska-Kearney, 10/16/2010 Reception over 80 yards – (85) Adrian Andrews from Scott Loveland, Central Missouri, 9/3/1983 10 receptions – (10) Matt Brown, Colorado Mines, 10/6/2011 3 Receiving Touchdowns – (3) Kyle Kaiser, Nebraska-Kearney, 10/16/2010

RUSHING

RUSHING 100 yards – (114) Jesse Lewis, vs. Western New Mexico, 11/12/2011 200 yards – (239) Jesse Lewis at Western State, 11/6/2010 300 yards – (304) Frank Hester, vs. Emporia State, 10/16/1965 Two players over 100 yards – Jesse Lewis (123) and J.B. Mathews (116) vs. Colorado Mines, 10/6/2011 Rush of 75 yards – (87) Jesse Lewis vs. Western New Mexico, 11/12/2011 3 rushing touchdowns in one game – (3) J.B. Mathews, vs. New Mexico Highlands, 10/30/2011 4 rushing touchdowns in one game – (4) Joe Pannunzio, vs. Western New Mexico, 10/11/1980

DEFENSE

100 yards – (116) Khiry Robinson, West Texas A&M, 9/1/2011 200 yards – (237) Bobby Coy, Mesa State, 10/11/2008 300 yards – (332) Tom Evans, Fort Hays State, 10/31/1970 Rush of 75 yards – (98) Rustin Dring, Nebraska-Kearney, 10/4/2008 3 rushing touchdowns in one game – Ed Goodlow, Central State, 9/8/1984

DEFENSE Interception Return for a TD – Randy Preston (100 yards), Central State, 11/13/1982 Fumble Return for a TD – Rocco DeLorenzen (6 yards), Adams State, 11/8/2008 Scored a safety – Team, Adams State, 11/8/2008

Interception Return for a TD – C.J. Roberts (48 yards), vs. Western New Mexico, 11/12/2011 Fumble Return for a TD – Corey Orth (0 yards), vs. Minnesota-Duluth, 11/26/2011 3 Interceptions in one game – (3) Dale Cephers, Oklahoma Panhandle State, 11/15/1980 3 Sacks in one game – (4.5) Chase Vaughn vs. Oklahoma Panhandle State, 9/6/2008 Scored a safety – Team Safety, vs. New Mexico Highlands, 10/30/2011 In CSU-Pueblo’s first game since its revival as a program on September 6, 2008, Chase Vaughn (20) opened with a 4.5 sack game, which set a Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference single game record until it was broken in 2011.

SPECIAL TEAMS Field goal of 50 yards – Never Kickoff return of 80 yards – (100) Jordan Price, Colorado Mesa, 10/22/2011 Blocked a PAT – Texavier Henry, Eastern New Mexico, 8/29/2009 Blocked a Field Goal – Tau Ho Ching, Chadron State, 10/1/2011 Blocked a Punt – Shane Carraher, Nebraska-Kearney, 10/3/2009 Kickoff Return for a Touchdown – (100) Jordan Price, Colorado Mesa, 10/22/2011 Punt Return for a TD – Mike Scialla, Colorado Mines, 10/27/1984 Three Field Goals in a Game – (3) Kevin Berg, Chadron State, 10/2/2010 Four Field Goals in a Game – (4) Jared Keating, Mesa State, 10/11/2008 Punt for 60 yards – (60) Greg Rivara, New Mexico Highlands, 10/17/2009

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ALL-TIME RECORDS SEASON OPENERS Year 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943-45 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955

Score/Opponent CSUP 0, Colorado Mines JV 0 Colorado JV 26, CSUP 7 CSUP 19, Colorado College JV 6 Colorado Mines JV 27, CSUP 0 Trinidad State (Colo.) 31, CSUP 0 No Team New Mexico Highlands 6, CSUP 0 New Mexico Military Inst. 26, CSUP 6 CSUP 14, New Mexico Military Inst. 12 CSUP 20, Garden City (Kan.) 0 Garden City (Kan.) 25, CSUP 0 Garden City (Kan.) 33, CSUP 20 CSUP 32, Trinidad State (Colo.) 0 CSUP 19, Colorado College JV 6 CSUP 31, Otero (Colo.) 7 CSUP 20, Otero (Colo.) 0

CSUP Record (0-0-1) (0-1-1) (1-1-1) (1-2-1) (1-3-1) (1-4-1) (1-5-1) (2-5-1) (3-5-1) (3-6-1) (3-7-1) (4-7-1) (5-7-1) (6-7-1) (7-7-1)

1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972

CSUP 33, McCook (Neb.) 12 CSUP 12, Western Nebraska 0 CSUP 26, Western Nebraska 7 CSUP 27, Western Nebraska 25 CSUP 34, Western Nebraska 0 CSUP 24, Western Nebraska 6 CSUP 21, Northwest (Wyo.) 7 Emporia State (Kan.) 21,@CSUP 20 @CSUP 34, Western New Mexico 7 CSUP 20, @Western New Mexico 13 @CSUP 15, Okla Panhandle St 9 @Okla Panhandle St 21, CSUP 13 @CSUP 10, Pittsburg State (Kan.) 7 @Pittsburg State (Kan.) 21, CSUP 17 CSUP 21, @Fort Lewis 7 CSUP 38, @Fort Lewis 0 Western State 35, @CSUP 13

1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981

Western State 35, CSUP 13 Adams State 8, CSUP 7 CSUP 24, Western State 7 CSUP 17, Adams State 8 Western State 17, CSUP 6 CSUP 42, Fort Hays St (Kan.) 14 CSUP 24, Colorado Mines 14 CSUP 41, Mexico Ministry of Ed. 7 CSUP 27, Mesa State 7 CSUP 36, East Central (Okla.) 14

(8-7-1) (9-7-1) (10-7-1) (11-7-1) (12-7-1) (13-7-1) (14-7-1) (14-8-1) (15-8-1) (16-8-1) (17-8-1) (17-9-1) (18-9-1) (18-10-1) (19-10-1) (20-10-1) (20-11-1)

1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985-2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

CSUP 30, @Fort Lewis 17 @CSUP 24, Western State 7 @Western State 17, CSUP 6 Western State 17, @CSUP6 @CSUP 42, Fort Hays St (Kan.) 14 CSUP 29, @Fort Hays St (Kan.) 6 @CSUP 41, Mexico Ministry of Ed. 7 CSUP 33, @Mexico Ministry of Ed. 0 @CSUP 36, East Central (Okla.) 14 @CSUP 24, Carroll (Mont.) 21 Central Missouri 34, @CSUP 9 Central Oklahoma 48, @CSUP 7 No Team @CSUP 24, Okla Panhandle St 13 @CSUP 28, Eastern New Mexico 23 CSUP 26, @Okla Panhandle St. 14 CSUP 26, @West Texas A&M 24

(6-2-2) (6-3-2) (7-3-2) (8-3-2) (8-4-2) (9-4-2) (10-4-2) (11-4-2) (12-4-2) (13-4-2)

1982 1983 1984 1985-2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

CSUP 24, Carroll (Mont.) 21 Central Missouri 34, CSUP 9 Central Oklahoma 48, CSUP 7 No Team CSUP 24, Okla Panhandle St 13 CSUP 28, Eastern New Mexico 23 CSUP 55, Northwestern Okla. St. 13 CSUP 41, Northwestern Okla. St. 0

(21-11-1) (22-11-1) (22-12-1) (22-13-1) (23-13-1) (24-13-1) (25-13-1) (26-13-1) (27-13-1) (28-13-1) (28-14-1) (28-15-1) (29-15-1) (30-15-1) (31-15-1) (32-15-1) Year

HOME OPENERS (since 1963) Score/Opponent 1963 Emporia State (Kan.) 21,CSUP 20 1964 CSUP 34, Western New Mexico 7 1965 CSUP 0, Northern Colorado 0 1966 CSUP 15, Okla Panhandle St 9 1967 CSUP 7, Northern Colorado 0 1968 CSUP 10, Pittsburg State (Kan.) 7 1969 CSUP 21, Washburn (Kan.) 20 1970 CSUP 24, Western State 12 1971 CSUP 34, Adams State 27

CSUP Record (0-1) (1-1) (1-1-1) (2-1-1) (2-1-2) (3-1-2) (4-1-2) (5-1-2) (6-1-2)

ROCKY MOUNTAIN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE OPENERS*

Year Score/Opponent CSUP Record 1978 @CSUP 24, Colorado Mines 14 1969 @Pittsburg State (Kan.) 21, CSUP 17 (0-1) 1979 CSUP 48, @Mesa State 10 1970 @CSUP 20, Emporia State (Kan.) 14 (1-1) 1980 @CSUP 27, Mesa State 7 1971 CSUP 30, @Emporia State (Kan.) 9 (2-1) 1981 Mesa State 20, @CSUP 14 1972-75 in Great Plains Athletic Conference 1982 @Mesa State 14, CSUP 13 1976 Western State 17, @CSUP 6 (2-2) 1983 CSUP 21, @New Mexico Highlands 14 1977 @Colorado Mines 13, CSUP 10 (2-3) 1984 @CSUP 27, New Mexico Highlands 13 * CSU-Pueblo played football in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference during the following years: 1969-71; 1976-84; and 2008-Present

(3-3) (4-3) (5-3) (5-4) (5-5) (6-5) (7-5)

(14-4-2) (14-5-2) (14-6-2) (15-6-2) (16-6-2) (17-6-2) (18-6-2)

1985-2007 No team 2008 CSUP 37, @Fort Lewis 7 2009 @CSUP 38, Fort Lewis 0 2010 @CSUP 27, Adams State 10 2011 CSUP 20, @Adams State 11

(8-5) (9-5) (10-5) (11-5)

HOMECOMING (homecoming records only exist since 1963) Year 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971

Score/Opponent Washburn (Kan.) 7, CSUP 0 CSUP 39, Fort Lewis 6 CSUP 26, Emporia State (Kan.) 13 CSUP 25, Fort Lewis 7 Adams State 17, CSUP 13 CSUP 20, Fort Hays State (Kan.) 14 CSUP 10, Emporia State (Kan.) 9 Pittsburg State (Kan.) 34, CSUP 9 Nebraska-Omaha 19, CSUP 6

CSUP Record (0-1) (1-1) (2-1) (3-1) (3-2) (4-2) (5-2) (5-3) (5-4)

1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981

ALL-TIME RECORD Vs. OPPONENTS Team Adams State Adams State (JV) Air Force Prep Black Hills State (S.D.) Cameron (Okla.) Carroll (Mont.) Central Missouri Chadron State Coffeyville Community College (Kan.) Colorado (JV) Colorado College (JV) Colorado Mesa Colorado School of Mines Colorado School of Mines (JV) Colorado State (JV) Dodge City Community College (Kan.) Eastern Arizona Junior College East Central (Okla.)

W L 16 10 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 2 1 0 2 0 2 2 3 11 17 12 8 1 1 0 1 2 4 1 1 1 0

T 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 1 0 0 0 0

CSUP 25, Pittsburg State (Kan.) 3 CSUP 32, Nebraska-Omaha 28 CSUP 50, Emporia State (Kan.) 13 CSUP 20, Washburn (Kan.) 6 CSUP 16, Adams State 10 CSUP 44, New Mexico Highlands 6 CSUP 16, Adams State 13 CSUP 47, New Mexico Highlands 18 CSUP 20, Adams State 18 Western State 21, CSUP 7

(6-4) (7-4) (8-4) (9-4) (10-4) (11-4) (12-4) (13-4) (14-4) (14-5)

Eastern New Mexico 3 6 Emporia State (Kan.) 9 4 Fort Hays State (Kan.) 9 6 Fort Lewis 31 15 Garden City Community College (Kan.) 4 3 Idaho 0 1 Lamar Community College (Kan.) 6 2 McCook Community College (Neb.) 2 7 Mexico Ministry of Education 2 0 Minnesota-Duluth 0 1 New Mexico Military Institute 1 3 Northeastern Junior College (Colo.) 9 4 Northwest College (Wyo.) 2 0 Northwestern Oklahoma St. 1 3 Nebraska-Kearney 0 3 Nebraska-Omaha 1 3 New Mexico (JV) 0 2 New Mexico Highlands 11 5 Northern Colorado 0 11

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

1982 CSUP 36, Southern Utah 22 1983 CSUP 44, Western State 27 1984 Southern Utah 17, CSUP 13 1985-2007 No Team 2008 CSUP 21, New Mexico Highlands 14 2009 CSUP 38, Western State 27 2010 CSUP 33, Chadron State 30 (3OT) 2011 CSUP 47, Fort Lewis 0

Northern Colorado (JV) Oklahoma Panhandle State Otero Junior College (Colo.) Pittsburg State (Kan.) South Dakota-Springfield Southern Utah St. Mary’s of the Plains (Kan.) Trinidad State Junior College (Colo.) UNLV Washburn (Kan.) Weber State (Utah) West Texas A&M Western Nebraska Community Coll. Western New Mexico 12 0 Western State Westminster (Utah) Wyoming (Freshmen)

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(15-5) (16-5) (16-6) (17-6) (18-6) (19-6) (20-6)

3 6 10 2 1 3 2 4 0 7 0 1 12

2 2 8 7 0 6 0 17 1 4 2 0 1 6

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

9 9 0 1 1 0 0 1 0

ALL-TIME SERIES Vs. OPPONENTS Adams State (16-10-2) 1938 N T 1939 N L 11/02/1940 N W 10/11/1941 A T 11/13/1965 H L 11/12/1966 A L 11/11/1967 H L 11/16/1968 A L 11/15/1969 H W 09/26/1970 A W 09/25/1971 H W 09/23/1972 A W 09/22/1973 H L 09/21/1974 A L 09/20/1975 H W 10/16/1976 A W 10/22/1977 A W 10/21/1978 H W 10/27/1979 A W 10/25/1980 H W 11/07/1981 H L 11/06/1982 A W 11/12/1983 H W 11/10/1984 A L 11/8/2008 H L 11/7/2009 A W 9/18/2010 H W 9/17/2011 A W

7-7 12-26 20-6 0-0 16-22 0-16 13-27 0-31 12-10 20-17 34-27 37-28 7-8 7-27 17-8 16-10 34-7 16-13 20-18 20-18 10-19 33-24 51-28 25-51 8-16 41-7 27-10 20-11

Cameron (OK) (0-2) 11/01/1975 11/20/1976

H A

L L

9/04/1982

H W

09/03/1983

H

L

9-34

12/04/1982 09/08/1984

H H

L L

20-61 7-48

9/20/2008 9/19/2009 10/2/2010 10/1/2011

H L 0-32 A W 28-17 H W 33-30 OT A W 38-28

1939 11/16/1940 10/17/1941 11/07/1942 1946 1947 1948 1949 11/11/1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957

N L N T A L H L N L N T N T N W A W N L N L N L N L N W N L H T

Carroll (MT) (1-0)

7-35 7-31

24-21

Central Missouri (0-1) Central Oklahoma (0-2) Chadron State (3-1)

Colo. Mesa (12-17-5)

7-24 14-14 0-52 6-25 6-7 0-0 0-0 33-7 18-13 13-47 6-40 7-28 0-22 33-14 12-20 7-7

1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 11/13/1976 11/19/1977 11/18/1978 09/22/1979 09/20/1980 09/19/1981 09/18/1982 09/24/1983 09/22/1984 10/11/2008 10/10/2009 10/23/2010 10/22/2011

N N N N N H A H A H H H H A A H A H

L L W W L W L W W W L L T W L L W W

6-19 13-21 21-14 21-0 0-14 20-6 7-16 49-19 48-10 27-7 14-20 13-14 14-14 6-38 3-26 13-21 26-14 27-7

11/21/1964 11/20/1965 11/19/1966 11/18/1967 11/23/1968 11/22/1969 11/21/1970 11/20/1971 09/18/1976 09/24/1977 09/23/1978 09/29/1979 09/27/1980 10/24/1981 10/23/1982 10/29/1983 10/27/1984 9/27/2008 9/26/2009 10/9/2010 10/6/2011

A H A H A H H A A A H A H H A H A A H A H

W 28-9 W 24-12 L 20-21 W 46-33 L 21-45 W 14-6 W 21-12 W 30-18 W 21-18 L 10-13 W 24-14 L 14-15 W 27-19 W 28-27 W 16-10 W 14-9 L 9-42 L 14-21 OT L 7-31 L 16-19 W 23-6

09/12/1981

H W

36-14

1938 1939 09/30/1972 09/29/1973 09/28/1974 09/27/1975 11/06/1976 10/03/1981 10/06/1984 8/29/2009

N. N. H A. H A. H H A. H

L L W L L L T W L W

12-20 0-33 35-7 15-43 21-29 16-28 17-17 20-17 13-70 28-23

1963 10/17/1964 10/16/1965 10/15/1966 10/14/1967 10/12/1968 10/11/1969 10/10/1970

H A H A H A H H

L W W W W L W W

20-21 27-7 26-13 22-0 34-6 17-20 10-9 20-14

Colorado Mines (13-8)

East Central (OK) (1-0) Eastern N.M. (3-6-1)

Emporia State (9-4)

10/09/1971 10/14/1972 10/13/1973 10/26/1974 10/25/1975

A W H L A L H W A W

30-9 10-24 12-45 50-13 34-20

1963 10/31/1964 10/30/1965 10/28/1967 10/26/1968 10/25/1969 10/31/1970 10/30/1971 11/04/1972 11/03/1973 11/16/1974 11/15/1975 10/02/1976 09/17/1977 09/16/1978

A H A A H A H A H A H H H H A

L W W L W W L L W L L W W W W

14-18 34-19 24-14 0-14 20-14 43-8 21-42 7-10 34-9 7-42 13-28 31-27 31-21 42-14 29-6

1938 1939 10/26/1940 11/20/1941 10/24/1942 1946 1947 1948 1949 11/04/1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1963 10/24/1964 10/23/1965 10/22/1966 10/21/1967 11/08/1969 09/12/1970 09/11/1971 11/19/1972 09/08/1973 11/23/1974 09/25/1976 10/01/1977 09/30/1978 10/06/1979 10/04/1980 09/26/1981

N N N A A N N H N A N N N N N N N N N N N N H A H A H A H A N H A H A H A H A A

W W L L W W W L L L L L W W L W L L W W W W W W W W W L W W W W W W L L W W W L

19-6 20-6 7-21 0-32 13-0 12-6 13-6 0-7 13-20 6-13 6-13 19-39 14-6 31-26 20-26 19-9 6-19 6-25 60-0 25-6 53-14 14-0 28-6 7-0 39-6 57-27 25-7 6-22 31-0 21-7 38-0 39-26 30-17 13-12 9-17 27-34 20-17 26-22 45-14 0-3

Fort Hays State (9-6)

Fort Lewis (32-15)

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09/25/1982 10/01/1983 09/29/1984 9/13/2008 9/12/2009 9/25/2010 9/24/2011

H A H A H A H

W W L W W W W

09/10/1983

A

L

28-43

11/26/2011

H

L

21-24

10/03/1970 10/02/1971 9/5/2009 9/4/2010 9/10/2011

A L H L A L H W H W

21-27 7-50 28-34 55-13 41-0

10/4/2008 10/3/2009 10/16/2010 10/15/2011

H L A L H L A W

10-41 12-44 24-38 27-14

10/17/1970 10/16/1971 10/21/1972 10/20/1973

A L H L A L H W

15-44 9-16 3-14 32-28

1946 N L 11/06/1965 A W 11/05/1966 H L 11/04/1967 H L 11/09/1968 H L 10/15/1977 H W 10/14/1978 A W 10/20/1979 H W 10/18/1980 A W 11/14/1981 A L 11/13/1982 H W 09/17/1983 A W 09/15/1984 H W 10/18/2008 H W 10/17/2009 A W 10/30/2010 H W 10/29/2011 A W

0-6 10-7 13-47 6-70 10-48 42-6 29-22 47-18 24-21 13-33 33-13 21-14 27-13 21-14 35-7 66-0 37-0

11/07/1964 09/25/1965 09/24/1966 09/24/1967 11/02/1968 11/01/1969 11/07/1970 11/07/1971 11/11/1972 11/10/1973 10/05/1974 10/04/1975 10/09/1976

8-21 0-0 13-29 7-7 8-52 20-41 10-27 14-17 0-3 7-24 14-48 21-24 7-3

Idaho (0-1)

49-30 10-6 10-38 37-7 38-0 49-14 47-0

MINNESOTA-DULUTH (0-1) Northwestern Oklahoma State (2-3)

Nebraska-Kearney (1-3)

Nebraska-Omaha (1-3)

N.M. Highlands (12-5)

Northern ColO. (0-11-2) A H A H A H A H A H A H A

L T L T L L L L L L L L L

Oklahoma Panhandle State (6-2) 09/19/1964 09/18/1965 09/17/1966 09/16/1967 11/17/1979 11/15/1980 9/6/2008 8/28/2010

H A H A A H H a

L W W L W W W W

7-19 10-0 15-9 13-21 24-9 45-25 24-13 26-14

1963 09/21/1968 09/20/1969 10/24/1970 10/23/1971 10/28/1972 10/27/1973 11/09/1974 11/08/1975

A L H W A L H L A L H W A L H L A L

0-46 10-7 17-21 9-34 24-26 25-3 17-20 20-31 7-26

09/11/1982

H W

45-3

10/23/1976 11/05/1977 11/04/1978

A W H L* A L

32-9 24-0 21-22

Pittsburg State (2-7)

South DakotaSpringfield (1-0)

Southern Utah (3-6)

11/10/1979 H W 30-13 11/08/1980 A L 15-49 10/10/1981 A L 12-27 10/09/1982 H W 36-22 10/15/1983 A L 21-32 10/13/1984 H L 13-17 * Forfeited due to ineligible players

St. Mary’s of the Plains (KS) (2-0) 1963 09/26/1964

A W H W

28-7 41-0

10/19/1968

A

L

1963 10/10/1964 10/09/1965 10/08/1966 10/07/1967 09/28/1968 09/27/1969 10/07/1972 10/06/1973 10/19/1974 10/18/1975

H A H A H A H A H A H

L L W L W W W W W L W

0-7 7-12 45-14 13-21 20-0 10-7 21-20 13-0 28-7 14-19 20-8

1963 10/03/1964

H A

L L

14-28 14-19

Nevada-Las Vegas (0-1) 21-25

Washburn (KS) (7-4)

Weber State (UT) (0-2)

WEST TEXAS A&M (1-0) 9/1/2011

A W

26-24

09/12/1964 09/11/1965 10/01/1966 09/30/1967 10/05/1968 10/04/1969 10/30/1976 10/08/1977 10/07/1978 10/13/1979 10/11/1980 10/31/1981 10/30/1982 11/05/1983 11/03/1984 11/1/2008 10/31/2009 11/13/2010 11/12/2011

H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H

W W L L W W W L W L W W W W L L W W W

34-7 20-13 0-24 3-21 21-7 23-6 33-27 10-17 36-10 14-17 39-7 24-0 50-0 24-14 7-34 14-24 48-3 45-17 48-7

09/17/1970 09/18/1971 09/14/1972 09/15/1973 09/12/1974

H W A L H L A L H W

24-12 7-10 13-35 21-41 24-7

Western N.M. (13-6)

09/13/1975 A L 6-17 09/11/1976 H L 6-17 10/29/1977 H L* 14-10 10/28/1978 A L 43-51 11/03/1979 H W 34-28 11/01/1980 A W 27-10 10/17/1981 H L 7-21 10/16/1982 A W 28-7 10/22/1983 H W 44-27 10/20/1984 A L 10-46 10/25/2008 A W 20-17 10/24/2009 H W 38-27 11/6/2010 A W 37-3 11/5/2011 H W 41-3 *Forfeited due to ineligible players

Westminster (UT) (1-1)

11/12/1977 A L* 34-22 11/11/1978 H W 38-27 * Forfeited due to ineligible players

Western State (10-9)

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS COACH DR. DALE REA 1938-40 The first coach in CSUP history, he started the athletic program at then-Pueblo Junior College, coaching the football and basketball teams. He went on to become the president of Fort Lewis College and was an inaugural inductee to the CSU-Pueblo Athletics Hall of Fame in 1938.

1938 (1-3-2 overall; 1-2 conf.) Coach: Dr. Dale Rea 1938 vs Colorado Mines JV T 0-0 1938 vs Colorado College JV L 0-15 1938 vs Adams State T 7-7 * 1938 vs Eastern New Mexico L 12-20 * 1938 vs Fort Lewis W 19-6 * 1938 vs Trinidad State (Colo.) L 7-12 1939 (2-4 overall; 2-1 conf.) Coach: Dr. Dale Rea 1939 vs Colorado JV L 7-26 1939 vs Adams State L 12-26 1939 vs Mesa State L 7-24 * 1939 vs Eastern New Mexico L 0-33 * 1939 vs Trinidad State JC W 20-6 * 1939 vs Fort Lewis W 20-6 1940 (3-2-1 overall; 0-2 conf.) Coach: Dr. Dale Rea 10/05/1940 vs Colorado College JV W 19-6 10/18/1940 vs Colorado Mines JV W 20-19 * 10/26/1940 vs Fort Lewis L 7-21 11/02/1940 vs Adams State W 20-6 * 11/11/1940 vs Trinidad State (Colo.) L 6-39 11/16/1940 vs Mesa State T 14-14

COACH JACK JOHNSON 1941 Coach Johnson helmed the PJC team for one year upon the departure of Coach Rea, who left to fight in World War II. Johnson is the only CSU-Pueblo football coach to not earn a single win.

1941 (0-6-1 overall; 0-2 conf.) Coach: Jack Johnson 10/04/1941 COLORADO MINES JV L 10/11/1941 at Adams State T 10/17/1941 at Mesa State L 10/25/1941 at Colorado College JV L 11/01/1941 NORTHERN COLO JV L * 11/15/1941 TRINIDAD ST (COLO.) L * 11/20/1941 at Fort Lewis L

0-27 0-0 0-52 6-19 0-26 0-18 0-32

COACH DAN LAWRENCE 1942 Like his predecessor, Lawrence also helmed the PJC team for just one year. Lawrence mustered one win in the first season to take place during World War II. The program would go on haitus for the duration of the war after 1942 1942 (1-4 overall; 1-2 conf.) Coach: Dan Lawrence * 10/10/1942 at Trinidad State (Colo.) L 0-31 * 10/17/1942 OTERO (COLO.) L 0-13 * 10/24/1942 at Fort Lewis W 13-0 11/07/1942 MESA STATE L 6-25 11/14/1942 at Otero (Colo.) L 6-40

MAURICE “RED” ELDER 1946-51 A former All-American at Kansas State University who was actually drafted by the Washington Redskins in 1937, “Red” Elder led the football team to its best seasons. Today, he still has the third-highest winning percentage in school history. Like trivia? Elder’s grandson is former NFL quarterback, Jeff Garcia.

1946 (5-4 overall; 2-2 conf.) Coach: Maurice “Red” Elder 1946 vs N.M. Highlands L 0-6 1946 vs Garden City (Kan.) W 24-0 * 1946 vs Mesa State L 6-7 1946 vs Colorado State JV L 6-25 * 1946 vs Trinidad State (Colo.) L 13-32 * 1946 vs Fort Lewis W 12-6 * 1946 vs Otero (Colo.) W 27-0 1946 vs Northeastern (Colo.) W 19-0 1946 vs Dodge City (Kan.) W 54-6 1947 (3-3-1 overall; 3-1-1 conf.) Coach: Maurice “Red” Elder 1947 at NM Military Institute L 6-26 * 1947 vs Lamar (Colo.) W 39-0 * 1947 TRINIDAD ST (COLO.) L 6-18 * 1947 vs Fort Lewis W 13-6 * 1947 vs Mesa State T 0-0 * 1947 OTERO (COLO.) W 46-21 1947 at Dodge City (Kan.) L 0-12

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS (CON’T) 1948 (7-1-1 overall; 4-1-1 conf.) Coach: Maurice “Red” Elder 1948 vs NM Military Institute W 14-12 1948 at Garden City (Kan.) W 7-6 * 1948 vs Mesa State T 0-0 * 1948 at Lamar (Colo.) W 19-7 1948 DODGE CITY (KAN.) W 13-0 * 1948 vs Otero (Colo.) W 32-0 * 1948 vs Northeastern (Colo.) W 46-0 * 1948 FORT LEWIS L 0-7 * 1948 vs Trinidad State (Colo.) W 23-13 1949 (5-3-1 overall; 2-2-1 conf.) Coach: Maurice “Red” Elder 1949 GARDEN CITY (KAN.) W 20-0 1949 at Northeastern (Colo.) W 22-12 * 1949 LAMAR (COLO.) L 7-21 1949 at Dodge City (Kan.) L 7-13 1949 vs Western Nebraska W 41-17 * 1949 vs Otero (Colo.) W 41-0 * 1949 vs Mesa State W 33-7 * 1949 vs Fort Lewis L 13-20 * 1949 vs Trinidad State (Colo.) T 6-6 1950 (4-6 overall; 3-2 conf.) Coach: Maurice “Red” Elder 09/22/1950 at Garden City (Kan.) L 0-25 09/30/1950 COFFEYVILLE (KAN.) L 6-48 * 10/07/1950 at Lamar (Colo.) W 32-7 10/13/1950 DODGE CITY (KAN.) L 6-13 10/21/1950 at Western Nebraska W 18-12 * 10/27/1950 OTERO (COLO.) W 21-19 * 11/04/1950 at Fort Lewis L 6-13 * 11/11/1950 at Mesa State W 18-13 11/18/1950 COLORADO JV L 7-43 * 11/23/1950 at Trinidad State (Colo.) L 13-26 1951 (1-8 overall; 1-5 conf.) Coach: Maurice “Red” Elder 1951 vs Garden City (Kan.) L 20-33 1951 vs Coffeyville (Kan.) L 7-42 * 1951 vs Lamar (Colo.) W 30-20 * 1951 vs Northeastern (Colo.) L 6-13 * 1951 vs Otero (Colo.) L 19-26 * 1951 vs Fort Lewis L 6-13 * 1951 vs Mesa State L 13-47 1951 vs Dodge City (Kan.) L 25-54 * 1951 vs Trinidad State (Colo.) L 25-34

HARRY SIMMONS 1952-55 Known as “The Chief”, Simmons is immortalized as the longtime CSU-Pueblo basketball coach. But he helmed the football program for four years, as well, winning games at about a 50 percent clip.

1952 (2-6-1 overall; 2-4 conf.) Coach: Harry Simmons * 1952 vs Trinidad State (Colo.) W 32-0 * 1952 vs Fort Lewis L 19-39 * 1952 vs Northeastern (Colo.) L 12-21 * 1952 vs Mesa State L 6-40 * 1952 vs Otero (Colo.) W 14-7 1952 vs Dodge City (Kan.) L 0-42 * 1952 vs Lamar (Colo.) L 6-14 1952 vs Western Nebraska L 13-29 1952 vs McCook (Neb.) T 6-6 1953 (6-3 overall; 5-3 conf.) Coach: Harry Simmons 1953 vs Colorado College JV W 19-6 * 1953 vs Mesa State L 7-28 * 1953 vs McCook (Neb.) L 6-34 * 1953 vs Otero (Colo.) W 50-14 * 1953 vs Fort Lewis W 14-6 * 1953 vs Lamar (Colo.) W 48-6 * 1953 vs Northeastern (Colo.) W 7-0 * 1953 vs Western Nebraska W 25-7 * 1953 vs Trinidad State (Colo.) L 6-40 1954 (5-4 overall; 5-3 conf.) Coach: Harry Simmons * 1954 vs Otero (Colo.) W 31-7 * 1954 vs Mesa State L 0-22 * 1954 vs Fort Lewis W 31-26 * 1954 vs McCook (Neb.) L 6-31 * 1954 vs Northeastern (Colo.) W 34-13 * 1954 vs Western Nebraska W 31-14 1954 vs New Mexico JV L 12-19 * 1954 vs Lamar (Colo.) W 32-19 * 1954 vs Trinidad State (Colo.) L 0-64 1955 (3-4-1 overall; 3-3-1 conf.) Coach: Harry Simmons * 1955 vs Otero (Colo.) W 20-0 * 1955 vs Mesa State W 33-14 1955 vs New Mexico JV L 14-32 * 1955 vs Fort Lewis L 20-26 * 1955 vs Northeastern (Colo.) T 6-6 * 1955 vs Western Nebraska W 27-13 * 1955 vs McCook (Neb.) L 21-46 * 1955 vs Trinidad State (Colo.) L 6-59

JOE PRATER 1956-73 One of the longest-tenured coaches of any sport in CSU-Pueblo history, Prater led CSU-Pueblo for 17 years, leading the football program during the school’s transition to a four-year college in 1963. His 85 career wins are the most of any coach in school history. 1956 (4-6 overall; 3-2 conf.) Coach: Joe Prater * 1956 vs McCook (Neb.) * 1956 vs Mesa State 1956 vs NM Military Institute * 1956 vs Western Nebraska * 1956 vs Otero (Colo.) * 1956 vs Northeastern (Colo.) * 1956 vs Fort Lewis * 1956 vs Trinidad State (Colo.)

W 33-12 L 12-20 L 7-33 W 26-0 W 18-13 W 14-0 W 19-9 L 7-19

1957 (4-5-1 overall; 3-3-1 conf.) Coach: Joe Prater * 1957 vs Western Nebraska W 12-0 * 1957 vs McCook (Neb.) L 13-27 * 1957 MESA STATE T 7-7 1957 vs NM Military Institute L 0-9 1957 vs Eastern Arizona W 21-7 * 1957 vs Fort Lewis L 6-19 * 1957 at Otero (Colo.) L 0-9 * 1957 vs Northeastern (Colo.) W 14-6 * 1957 vs Trinidad State (Colo.) W 26-6 1957 vs Colorado College JV L 6-21 1958 (3-6 overall; 2-5 conf.) Coach: Joe Prater * 1958 vs Western Nebraska W 26-7 * 1958 vs McCook (Neb.) L 0-7 * 1958 vs Mesa State L 6-19 1958 GARDEN CITY (KAN.) W 38-13 1958 vs Eastern Arizona L 20-27 * 1958 vs Fort Lewis L 6-25 * 1958 vs Otero (Colo.) L 6-13 * 1958 vs Northeastern (Colo.) W 31-0 * 1958 vs Trinidad State (Colo.) L 6-15 1959 (4-4-1 overall; 2-3-1 conf.) Coach: Joe Prater * 1959 vs Western Nebraska W 27-25 * 1959 vs McCook (Neb.) T 6-6 * 1959 vs Mesa State L 13-21 1959 vs Garden City (Kan.) L 14-19 1959 vs Northern Colorado JV W 27-13 * 1959 vs Fort Lewis W 60-0 1959 vs Northwest (Wyo.) W 14-6 * 1959 vs Otero (Colo.) L 7-14 * 1959 vs Trinidad State (Colo.) L 7-32

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1960 (6-4 overall; 4-3 conf.) Coach: Joe Prater * 1960 vs Western Nebraska W 34-0 * 1960 vs McCook (Neb.) W 19-12 1960 vs Northwest (Wyo.) W 39-0 * 1960 vs Fort Lewis W 25-6 * 1960 vs Mesa State W 21-14 * 1960 vs Otero (Colo.) L 3-9 * 1960 vs Northeastern (Colo.) L 14-27 1960 vs Adams State JV W 40-7 1960 vs Northern Colorado JV L 7-14 * 1960 vs Trinidad State (Colo.) L 0-19 1961 (4-6 overall; 3-4 conf.) Coach: Joe Prater * 1961 vs Western Nebraska W 24-6 * 1961 vs McCook (Neb.) L 12-13 * 1961 vs Fort Lewis W 53-14 * 1961 vs Trinidad State (Colo.) L 0-49 * 1961 vs Mesa State W 21-0 * 1961 vs Otero (Colo.) L 13-20 * 1961 vs Northeastern (Colo.) L 0-46 1961 vs Adams State JV L 20-21 1961 vs Northern Colorado JV W 34-6 1961 vs Wyoming Freshmen L 6-34 1962 (7-3 overall; 3-3 conf.) Coach: Joe Prater 1962 vs Northwest (Wyo.) W 21-7 1962 vs Air Force Prep W 14-13 * 1962 vs McCook (Neb.) L 0-13 * 1962 vs Fort Lewis W 14-0 * 1962 vs Trinidad State (Colo.) L 6-26 * 1962 vs Western Nebraska W 7-0 * 1962 vs Mesa State L 0-14 * 1962 vs Northeastern (Colo.) W 27-20 1962 vs Adams State JV W 27-0 1962 vs Northern Colorado JV W 30-6

four-year era

In 1963, Pueblo Junior College became Southern Colorado State College, and its athletic programs began competing against other four-year schools for the first time. Though the football program’s success as a junior college was admittedly mediocre, the program would be far more successful as a four-year program. 1963 (3-5 overall; No conf. affiliation) Coach: Joe Prater 1963 EMPORIA STATE L 20-21 1963 at St. Mary’s of the Plains W 28-7 1963 WEBER STATE L 14-28 1963 at Pittsburg State L 0-46 1963 WASHBURN L 0-7 1963 FORT LEWIS W 28-6 1963 at Fort Hays State L 14-18 1963 at Fort Lewis W 7-0 Home: 1-3 Away: 2-2

1964 (6-4 overall; No conf. affiliation) Coach: Joe Prater 09/12/1964 WESTERN NM W 34-7 09/19/1964 OKLA PANHANDLE ST L 7-19 09/26/1964 ST. MARY’S (Kan.) W 41-0 10/03/1964 at Weber State L 14-19 10/10/1964 at Washburn L 7-12 10/17/1964 at Emporia State W 27-7 10/24/1964 FORT LEWIS W 39-6 10/31/1964 FORT HAYS STATE W 34-19 11/07/1964 at Northern Colorado L 8-21 11/21/1964 at Colorado Mines W 28-9 Home: 4-1 Away: 2-3

1969 (7-2 overall; 3-2 RMAC) Coach: Joe Prater * 09/20/1969 at Pittsburg State L 17-21 * 09/27/1969 WASHBURN W 21-20 10/04/1969 at Western N.M. W 23-6 * 10/11/1969 EMPORIA STATE W 10-9 * 10/25/1969 at Fort Hays State W 43-8 * 11/01/1969 NORTHERN COLO. L 20-41 11/08/1969 FORT LEWIS W 31-0 11/15/1969 ADAMS STATE W 12-10 11/22/1969 COLORADO MINES W 14-6 * Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference game Home: 5-1 Away: 2-1

1965 (8-1-1 overall; No conf. affiliation) Coach: Joe Prater 09/11/1965 at Western New Mexico W 20-13 09/18/1965 at Okla. Panhandle W 10-0 09/25/1965 NORTHERN COLO. T 0-0 10/09/1965 WASHBURN W 45-14 10/16/1965 EMPORIA STATE W 26-13 10/23/1965 at Fort Lewis W 57-27 10/30/1965 at Fort Hays State W 24-14 11/06/1965 at N.M. Highlands W 10-7 11/13/1965 ADAMS STATE L 16-2 11/20/1965 COLORADO MINES W 24-12 Home: 3-1-1 Away: 5-0

1970 (5-5 overall; 1-4 RMAC) Coach: Joe Prater 09/12/1970 at Fort Lewis W 21-7 09/17/1970 WESTERN STATE W 24-12 09/26/1970 at Adams State W 20-17 10/03/1970 at Northwestern Okla. L 21-27 * 10/10/1970 EMPORIA STATE W 20-14 * 10/17/1970 at Nebraska-Omaha L 15-44 * 10/24/1970 PITTSBURG STATE L 9-34 * 10/31/1970 FORT HAYS STATE L 21-42 * 11/07/1970 at Northern Colo. L 10-27 11/21/1970 COLORADO MINES W 21-12 * Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference game Home: 3-2 Away: 2-3

1966 (3-6 overall; No conf. affiliation) Coach: Joe Prater 09/17/1966 OKLA. PANHANDLE W 15-9 09/24/1966 at Northern Colo. L 13-29 10/01/1966 WESTERN N.M. L 0-24 10/08/1966 at Washburn L 13-21 10/15/1966 at Emporia State W 22-0 10/22/1966 FORT LEWIS W 25-7 11/05/1966 N.M. HIGHLANDS L 13-47 11/12/1966 at Adams State L 0-16 11/19/1966 at Colorado Mines L 20-21 Home: 2-2 Away: 1-4 1967 (3-6-1 overall; No conf. affiliation) Coach: Joe Prater 09/16/1967 at Okla. Panhandle L 13-21 09/24/1967 NORTHERN COLO. T 7-7 09/30/1967 at Western N.M. L 3-21 10/07/1967 WASHBURN W 20-0 10/14/1967 EMPORIA STATE W 34-6 10/21/1967 at Fort Lewis L 6-22 10/28/1967 at Fort Hays State L 0-14 11/04/1967 N.M. HIGHLANDS L 6-70 11/11/1967 ADAMS STATE L 13-27 11/18/1967 COLORADO MINES W 46-33 Home: 3-2-1 Away: 0-4 1968 (4-6 overall; No conf. affiliation) Coach: Joe Prater 09/21/1968 PITTSBURG STATE W 10-7 09/28/1968 at Washburn W 10-7 10/05/1968 WESTERN N.M. W 21-7 10/12/1968 at Emporia State L 17-20 10/19/1968 at UNLV L 21-25 10/26/1968 FORT HAYS STATE W 20-14 11/02/1968 at Northern Colo. L 8-52 11/09/1968 N.M. HIGHLANDS L 10-48 11/16/1968 at Adams State L 0-31 11/23/1968 at Colorado Mines L 21-45 Home: 3-1 Away: 1-5

1971 (4-6 overall; 1-4 RMAC) Coach: Joe Prater 09/11/1971 vs Fort Lewis W 38-0 3000 09/18/1971 at Western State L 7-10 1500 09/25/1971 ADAMS STATE W 34-27 5500 10/02/1971 NORTHWESTERN OKLA. L 7-50 2000 * 10/09/1971 at Emporia State W 30-9 5500 * 10/16/1971 NEBRASKA-OMAHA L 9-16 3200 * 10/23/1971 at Pittsburg State L 24-26 10000 * 10/30/1971 at Fort Hays State L 7-10 2000 * 11/07/1971 NORTHERN COLO. L 14-17 2000 11/20/1971 at Colorado Mines W 30-18 860 * Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference game Home: 1-3 Away: 2-3

1972 (6-4 overall; 3-3 GPAC) Coach: Joe Prater 09/14/1972 WESTERN STATE L 13-35 3100 09/23/1972 at Adams State W 37-28 2600 09/30/1972 EASTERN NEW MEXICO W 35-7 600 * 10/07/1972 at Washburn W 13-0 5000 * 10/14/1972 EMPORIA STATE L 10-24 4200 * 10/21/1972 at Nebraska-Omaha L 3-14 2600 * 10/28/1972 PITTSBURG STATE W 25-3 700 * 11/04/1972 FORT HAYS STATE W 34-9 300 * 11/11/1972 at Northern Colo. L 0-3 6352 11/19/1972 FORT LEWIS W 39-26 650 * Great Plains Athletic Conference game Home: 4-2 Away: 2-2 1973 (3-7 overall; 1-4 GPAC) Coach: Joe Prater 09/08/1973 at Fort Lewis W 30-17 3000 09/15/1973 at Western State L 21-41 2500 09/22/1973 ADAMS STATE L 7-8 3500 09/29/1973 at Eastern New Mexico L 15-43 3000 * 10/06/1973 WASHBURN W 28-7 1500 * 10/13/1973 at Emporia State L 12-45 8000 10/20/1973 NEBRASKA-OMAHA W 32-28 3500 * 10/27/1973 at Pittsburg State L 17-20 2000 * 11/03/1973 at Fort Hays State L 7-42 3000 * 11/10/1973 NORTHERN COLO. L 7-24 1500 * Great Plains Athletic Conference game Home: 2-2 Away: 1-5

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MIKE FRIEDMAN 1974-83 The most successful coach in CSU-Pueblo history, Friedman’s squads became the first to garner national rankings and a national playoff berth (in 1982). Friedman’s legacy as a great coach was tarnished, however, by his ability to follow the rules, as evidenced by his use of an ineligible player in 1977 and the reason behind his dismissal in 1983 – doctoring game tape that was sent to an opponent. 1974 (3-6 overall; 1-4 GPAC) Coach: Mike Friedman 09/12/1974 WESTERN STATE W 24-7 09/21/1974 at Adams State L 7-27 09/28/1974 EASTERN NEW MEXICO L 21-29 * 10/05/1974 at Northern Colo. L 14-48 * 10/19/1974 at Washburn L 14-19 * 10/26/1974 EMPORIA STATE W 50-13 * 11/09/1974 PITTSBURG STATE L 20-31 * 11/16/1974 FORT HAYS STATE L 13-28 11/23/1974 FORT LEWIS W 13-12 * Great Plains Athletic Conference game Home: 3-3 Away: 0-3 1975 (4-5 overall; 3-2 GPAC) Coach: Mike Friedman 09/13/1975 at Western State L 6-17 09/20/1975 ADAMS STATE W 17-8 09/27/1975 at Eastern New Mexico L 16-28 * 10/04/1975 NORTHERN COLO. L 21-24 * 10/18/1975 WASHBURN W 20-8 * 10/25/1975 at Emporia State W 34-20 11/01/1975 CAMERON L 7-35 * 11/08/1975 at Pittsburg State L 7-26 * 11/15/1975 FORT HAYS STATE W 31-27 * Great Plains Athletic Conference game Home: 3-2 Away: 1-3 1976 (6-4-1 overall; 3-2 RMAC) Coach: Mike Friedman * 09/11/1976 WESTERN STATE L 6-17 3900 * 09/18/1976 at Colorado Mines W 21-18 2372 * 09/25/1976 at Fort Lewis L 9-17 1500 10/02/1976 FORT HAYS STATE W 31-21 3054 10/09/1976 at Northern Colo. L 7-38 6200 * 10/16/1976 at Adams State W 16-10 3200 * 10/23/1976 at Southern Utah W 32-9 563 * 10/30/1976 WESTERN N.M. W 33-27 950 11/06/1976 EASTERN NEW MEXICO T 17-17 2500 * 11/13/1976 MESA STATE W 20-6 750 11/20/1976 at Cameron L 7-31 1000 * Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference game Home: 3-1-1 Away: 3-3 1977 (3-7 overall; 2-7 RMAC) Coach: Mike Friedman 09/17/1977 FORT HAYS STATE W 42-14 2832 * 09/24/1977 at Colorado Mines L 10-13 2000 * 10/01/1977 FORT LEWIS L 27-34 5800 * 10/08/1977 at Western N.M. L 10-17 1800 * 10/15/1977 N.M. HIGHLANDS W 42-6 2000 * 10/22/1977 at Adams State W 34-7 6586 * 10/29/1977 WESTERN STATE L^ 14-10 4000 * 11/05/1977 SOUTHERN UTAH L^ 24-0 1100 * 11/12/1977 at Westminster L^ 34-22 1000 * 11/19/1977 at Mesa State L 7-16 3000 * Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference game ^ Game forfeited due to use of ineligible player Home: 2-3 Away: 1-4

1978 (8-2 overall; 0-0 RMAC^) Coach: Mike Friedman 09/16/1978 at Fort Hays State W 29-6 5363 09/23/1978 COLORADO MINES W 24-14 2048 09/30/1978 at Fort Lewis W 20-17 3000 10/07/1978 WESTERN N.M. W 36-10 5368 10/14/1978 at N.M. Highlands W 29-22 1500 10/21/1978 ADAMS STATE W 16-13 2162 10/28/1978 at Western State L 43-51 3846 11/04/1978 at Southern Utah L 21-22 2016 11/11/1978 WESTMINSTER W 38-27 1015 11/18/1978 MESA STATE W 49-19 1222 * Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference game ^ Not eligible for RMAC Championship due to violations Home: 5-0 Away: 3-2 1979 (8-2 overall; 6-2 RMAC) Coach: Mike Friedman 09/15/1979 MEXICO MINISTRY OF ED W 41-7 3432 * 09/22/1979 at Mesa State W 48-10 3000 * 09/29/1979 at Colorado Mines L 14-15 1321 * 10/06/1979 FORT LEWIS W 26-22 2556 * 10/13/1979 at Western N.M. L 14-17 948 * 10/20/1979 N.M. HIGHLANDS W 47-18 2073 * 10/27/1979 at Adams State W 20-18 3607 * 11/03/1979 WESTERN STATE W 34-28 5775 * 11/10/1979 SOUTHERN UTAH W 30-13 2020 11/17/1979 at Okla. Panhandle W 24-9 1290 * Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference game Home: 5-0 Away: 3-2 1980 (9-1 overall; 7-1 RMAC) Coach: Mike Friedman 09/13/1980 at Mexico Ministry of Ed. W 33-0 1750 * 09/20/1980 MESA STATE W 27-7 6201 * 09/27/1980 COLORADO MINES W 27-19 5982 * 10/04/1980 at Fort Lewis W 45-14 2247 * 10/11/1980 WESTERN N.M. W 39-7 4664 * 10/18/1980 at N.M. Highlands W 24-21 2174 * 10/25/1980 ADAMS STATE W 20-18 9147 * 11/01/1980 at Western State W 27-10 4100 * 11/08/1980 at Southern Utah L 15-49 2448 11/15/1980 OKLA. PANHANDLE W 45-25 1536 * Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference game Home: 5-0 Away: 4-1 1981 (4-6 overall; 2-6 RMAC) Coach: Mike Friedman 09/12/1981 EAST CENTRAL W 36-14 * 09/19/1981 MESA STATE L 14-20 * 09/26/1981 at Fort Lewis L 0-3 10/03/1981 EASTERN NEW MEXICO W 20-17 * 10/10/1981 at Southern Utah L 12-27 * 10/17/1981 WESTERN STATE L 7-21 * 10/24/1981 COLORADO MINES W 28-27 * 10/31/1981 at Western N.M. W 24-0 * 11/07/1981 ADAMS STATE L 10-19 * 11/14/1981 at N.M. Highlands L 13-33 * Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference game Home: 3-3 Away: 1-3 1982 (9-2 overall; 6-2 RMAC) Coach: Mike Friedman 09/04/1982 CARROLL (MONT.) W 24-21 2614 09/11/1982 S.D.-SPRINGFIELD W 45-3 3866 * 09/18/1982 MESA STATE L 13-14 3500 * 09/25/1982 FORT LEWIS W 49-30 5917 * 10/09/1982 SOUTHERN UTAH W 36-22 3717 * 10/16/1982 at Western State W 28-7 1867 * 10/23/1982 at Colorado Mines W 16-10 3546 * 10/30/1982 WESTERN N.M. W 50-0 4084 * 11/06/1982 at Adams State W 33-24 4200 * 11/13/1982 N.M. HIGHLANDS W 33-13 4169 ^ 12/04/1982 CENTRAL OKLAHOMA L 20-61 7442 ^ NAIA Quarterfinals, Pueblo, Colo. * Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference game Home: 6-2 Away: 3-0

1983 (6-3-1 overall; 6-1-1 RMAC) Coach: Mike Friedman 09/03/1983 CENTRAL MISSOURI L 9-34 5679 09/10/1983 at Idaho L 28-43 12500 * 09/17/1983 at N.M. Highlands W 21-14 1004 * 09/24/1983 MESA STATE T 14-14 7224 * 10/01/1983 at Fort Lewis W 10-6 1201 * 10/15/1983 at Southern Utah L 21-32 1681 * 10/22/1983 WESTERN STATE W 44-27 4822 * 10/29/1983 COLORADO MINES W 14-9 3152 * 11/05/1983 at Western N.M. W 24-14 654 * 11/12/1983 ADAMS STATE W 51-28 4123 * Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference game Home: 3-1-1 Away: 3-2 GARY RICHARDSON 1984 Richardson was dealt the harshest hand of any coach in CSUPueblo history – having to direct a lame duck program. The one-time CSU-Pueblo assistant coach inherited a depleted team and a program due to be on the chopping block for a campus-wide cost-cutting initiative that claimed football, baseball, and gymnastics programs. 1984 (2-8 overall; 2-6 RMAC) Coach: Gary Richardson 09/08/1984 CENTRAL OKLAHOMA L 7-48 * 09/15/1984 N.M. HIGHLANDS W 27-13 * 09/22/1984 at Mesa State W^ 6-38 * 09/29/1984 FORT LEWIS L 10-38 10/06/1984 at Eastern N.M. L 13-70 * 10/13/1984 SOUTHERN UTAH L 13-17 * 10/20/1984 at Western State L 10-46 * 10/27/1984 at Colorado Mines L 9-42 * 11/03/1984 WESTERN N.M. L 7-34 * 11/10/1984 at Adams State L 25-51 ^ Game forfeited to USC by Mesa State * Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference game Home: 1-4 Away: 1-4

JOHN WRISTEN 2007-PRESENT John Wristen, a former all-conference quarterback at CSUPueblo from 1980-83, was hired as CSU-Pueblo’s head football coach in July 2007. He was tasked with building a team from the ground up in just 365 days, with the first game taking place in September 2008. Working out of an office located in the attic of the CSU-Pueblo Library while the Neta and Eddie DeRose ThunderBowl was being built, the former assistant at Northwestern, UCLA and Colorado hired a worldclass coaching staff and recruited players that would become RMAC champions just four years later 2008 (4-6 overall; 3-6 RMAC) Coach: John Wristen 9/6/2008 OKLA. PANHANDLE ST. W 24-13 9897 * 9/13/2008 at Fort Lewis College W 37-7 789 * 9/20/2008 CHADRON STATE L 0-32 7722 * 9/27/2008 at Colorado Mines L (OT) 14-21 1246 * 10/4/2008 NEBRASKA-KEARNEY L 10-41 6920 * 10/11/2008 at Mesa State College L 3-26 1412 * 10/18/2008 N.M. HIGHLANDS W 21-14 7383 * 10/25/2008 at Western State W 20-17 895 * 11/1/2008 at Western N.M. L 14-24 476 * 11/8/2008 ADAMS STATE L 8-16 7341 * Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference game Home: 2-3 Away: 2-3

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2009 (7-4 overall; 6-3 RMAC) Coach: John Wristen 8/29/2009 EASTERN NEW MEXICO W 28-23 8112 9/5/2009 at NW Oklahoma St. L 28-34 3721 * 9/12/2009 FORT LEWIS W 38-0 6280 * 9/19/2009 at Chadron State W 28-17 1100 * 9/26/2009 COLORADO MINES L 7-31 6010 * 10/3/2009 at Nebraska-Kearney L 12-44 2434 * 10/10/2009 MESA STATE L 13-21 4998 * 10/17/2009 at New Mexico Highlands W 35-7 1200 * 10/24/2009 WESTERN STATE W 38-27 6741 * 10/31/2009 WESTERN NEW MEXICO W 48-3 5010 * 11/7/2009 at Adams State W 41-7 2085 * Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference game Home: 4-2 Away: 3-2

2010 (9-2 overall; 7-2 RMAC) Coach: John Wristen 8/28/2010 at Oklahoma Panhandle St. W 26-14 2500 9/4/2010 NORTHWEST. OKLA. ST. W 55-10 6723 * 9/18/2010 at ADAMS STATE W 27-10 6068 * 9/25/2010 at Fort Lewis W 49-14 1335 * 10/2/2010 CHADRON STATE W (OT) 33-30 6431 * 10/9/2010 at Colorado Mines L 16-19 3216 * 10/16/2010 NEBRASKA-KEARNEY L 24-38 5905 * 10/23/2010 at Mesa State W 26-14 529 * 10/30/2010 N.M. HIGHLANDS W 66-0 5268 * 11/6/2010 at Western State W 37-3 440 * 11/13/2010 at Western New Mexico W 45-17 652 * Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference game Home: 4-1 Away: 5-1

2011 (11-1 overall; 9-0 RMAC) Coach: John Wristen 9/1/2011 at West Texas A&M W 26-24 7953 9/10/2011 NORTHWEST OKLA. ST. W 41-0 6807 * 9/17/2011 at Adams State W 20-11 3584 * 9/24/2011 FORT LEWIS W 47-0 6707 * 10/1/2011 at Chadron State W 38-28 4316 * 10/6/2011 COLORADO MINES W 23-6 9445 * 10/15/2011 at Nebraska-Kearney W 27-14 5896 * 10/22/2011 COLORADO MESA W 27-7 6737 * 10/29/2011 at New Mexico Highlands W 37-0 875 * 11/5/2011 WESTERN STATE W 41-3 6456 * 11/12/2011 WESTERN N.M. W 48-7 6212 ! 11/26/2011 MINNESOTA-DULUTH L 21-24 11,130 * Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference game ! – NCAA Division II Playoffs, Second Round (Pueblo, CO) Home: 6-1 Away: 5-0

ALL-TIME RECORD 225-204-15 (.524)

ALL-TIME RECORD (4-YEAR ERA) 144-112-4 (.562)

NATIONAL PLAYOFF APPEARANCES 1982 – NAIA Quarterfinalists (Lost to Central Okla.) 2011 – NCAA D-II Second Round (Lost to Minnesota-Duluth) Overall Playoff Record: 0-2 (.000)

CSU-PUEBLO COACHING RECORDS – YEAR-BY-YEAR YEAR COACH OVERALL JUNIOR COLLEGE ERA 1938 Dale Rea 1-3-2 1939 Dale Rea 2-4-0 1940 Dale Rea 3-2-1 1941 Jack Johnson 0-6-1 1942 Dan Lawrence 1-4 1943-45 No team - World War II 1946 Maurice “Red” Elder 5-4 1947 Maurice “Red” Elder 3-3-1 1948 Maurice “Red” Elder 7-1-1 1949 Maurice “Red” Elder 5-3-1 1950 Maurice “Red” Elder 4-6 1951 Maurice “Red” Elder 1-8 1952 Harry Simmons 2-6-1 1953 Harry Simmons 6-3 1954 Harry Simmons 5-4 1955 Harry Simmons 3-4-1 1956 Joe Prater 5-3 1957 Joe Prater 4-5-1 1958 Joe Prater 3-6 1959 Joe Prater 4-4-1 1960 Joe Prater 6-4 1961 Joe Prater 4-6 1962 Joe Prater 7-3 FOUR-YEAR COLLEGE ERA (MEMBER OF NAIA) 1963 Joe Prater 3-5-0 1964 Joe Prater 6-4-0 1965 Joe Prater 8-1-1 1966 Joe Prater 3-7-0 1967 Joe Prater 3-6-1 1968 Joe Prater 4-6-0 MEMBER OF NCAA COLLEGE DIVISION (DIVISION II) 1969 Joe Prater 7-2-0 1970 Joe Prater 5-5-0 1971 Joe Prater 4-6-0 1972 Joe Prater 6-4-0 1973 Joe Prater 3-7-0 1974 Mike Friedman 3-6-0 1975 Mike Friedman 4-5-0 MEMBER OF NAIA 1976 Mike Friedman 6-4-1 1977 Mike Friedman 3-7-0 1978 Mike Friedman 8-2-0 1979 Mike Friedman 8-2-0 1980 Mike Friedman 9-1-0 1981 Mike Friedman 4-6-0 1982 Mike Friedman 9-2-0 1983 Mike Friedman 6-3-1 1984 Gary Richardson 2-8-0 1985-2007 Football Program Disbanded MEMBER OF NCAA DIVISION II 2008 John Wristen 4-6-0 2009 John Wristen 7-4-0 2010 John Wristen 9-2-0 2011 John Wristen 11-1-0

CONFERENCE 1-2 2-1 0-2 0-2 1-2

NOTES First year as collegiate program

3-1-1 4-1-1 2-2-1 3-2 1-5 2-4 5-3 5-3 3-3-1 5-2 3-3-1 2-5 2-3-1 4-3 3-4 3-3 None None None None None None

First year as four-year college

3-2-0 1-4-0 1-4-0 3-3-0 1-4-0 1-4-0 3-2-0

First year in RMAC (Plains Division)

5-2-0 2-7-0 None 6-2-0 7-1-0 2-6-0 7-1-0 6-1-1 2-6-0

Rejoined Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Forfeited three wins due to ineligible player Not eligible for RMAC Championship Finished season ranked 14th in NAIA RMAC Co-Champions Finished season ranked 9th in NAIA

3-6-0 6-3-0 7-2-0 9-0

Ranked 10th in NCAA Division II Attendance Ranked 16th in NCAA Division II Attendance Ranked 17th in NCAA Division II Attendance RMAC Champions Ranked No. 1 in the nation at end of reg. season Top seed in NCAA Division II Playoffs Finished season ranked 9th in NCAA Division II

DALE REA

Pueblo Junior College Head Coach, 1938-40

First year in Great Plains Athletic Conference

NAIA National Playoffs Finished season ranked 5th in NAIA

JOE PRATER

Pueblo Junior College/Southern Colorado State College Head Coach, 1956-73

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS A

Abeyta, Timothy 1978Abrams, Mike 1968Ackinsanya, Daveon 2008-09-10 Adams, Michael 1981 Agnetta, Jim 1967 Agyei, Augustine 2009 Akins, James 1976-78-79-80 Alberton, Bill 1942 Albo, Ron 1982 Albus, Hawken 2011 Aleman, Keno 1968 Allen, Dale 1955 Allen, Darius 2011 Allen, Frederick 1978 Allen, Jeff 1979 Allesandro, Martin 1949 Allison, Dave 1981 Allison, Jack 1948 Alvarado, Jose 1948 Alvarado, Louie 1954 Amberg, Jack 1981-82 Anastos, Mike 1981 Anderson, Don 1956 Anderson, Paul 1983 Anderson, R. 1953-54 Anderson, Sheldon 1979-8081-83 Andrews, Robert 1948-49 Andrus, Lynn 1952 Apodaca, Del 1956 Apodoca, Mike 1955 Aquino, Jon 1971 Aquino, Jon 1971 Arburn, Don 1948 Archibeque, Andre 1975-7677-78 Ardavin, Gonzalo 1983 Ardrey, Ted 1981 Aring, Kevin 1983 Aring, Kris 1981-82-83 Armijo, Sam 1978 Arnold, Mike 1963 Ash, Jack 1938 Ashby, Rick 1971-72-73 Atkins, James 1978-79-80 Atkinson, Gary 1976 Axe, Glenn 1958

B Bacho, Joe 1973-74 Bahi, Steve 1981 Bailey, Bob 1972 Bailey, Brad 1981-82 Bailey, Darryl 1982 Bailey, Harold 1962 Bailey, Herb 1939 Bailey, Jon 2008-09-10-11 Baker, Billy 1977-78-79-80 Baker, Don 1948 Baker, James 1952-53 Baker, Terry 1983-84 Baldwin, J 1940-41 Ballas, Jim 1963 Banks, Clyde 1980 Banks, Mike 1976 Banks, Milt 1961-62-63-64 Banning, Barry 1983-84 Barajas, Vincent 1981 Barber, Bill 1964 Barck, Chris 1973 Barnes, Dan 1972-73 Barnes, Isaac 1966-67 Barnes, Steve 1978 Barney, Craig 1977-78-79-80 Barron, Milton 1974 Barry, Mike 1957 Bates, Jerry 1962 Bauer, Hank 1957-58 Bauer, Ken 1961 Bauer, Rusty 1977 Bauer, Terry 1976

RAY BROWN 1974-76 Baylor, John 1982 Beachum, Larry 1974 Beaman 1947 Beamon, Bill 1968 Beauprez, Ken 1959 Beauvais, Jack 1954-55 Beauvais, Mix 1954 Beeler, Jack 1967 Bell, Gordon 1957-58 Bell, Jeff 1981-82-83 Bell, Vince 1974-75 Beller, Larry 1969-70 Benassi, Greg 1971 Bennet, Meredith 1979 Bennett, Brian 1983 Bennett, Dennis 1963 Bergamo, Frank 1979 Bergeron, Mark 1963-64 Bernitt, Tim 1980 Berry 1947 Berry, Bob 1961-62-63-64 Berumen, F. 1953 Bidwell, Gary 1981 Biggins, Marty 1976 Bisetti, Ed 1961-62-63 Bishop, Del 1971-72-73 Biskup, Brad 1982 Blajeski, David 1976 Blanc, Jim 1953-54 Blanke, Scott 1981 Blaser, Bob 1974-75 Blazina, Milt 1958 Bludworth 1947 Bobley, Russel 1978 Boccaccio, Jeff 1983 Boggs, Bill 1963 Bohlen, Greg 1980-81 Bollacker, Dave 1970 Bonner, Woodie 1982 Booth, Alvin 1974 Borema, Kim 1981 Bortz, Norman 1981 Bosse, Greg 1981 Boudreau, Ron 1961 Bowen, Jeff 1981 Bowens, Donovan 2011 Bowman, Mark 1978 Boyce, Bob 1966 Boysen, Greg 1975-76 Bradford, Jack 1955-56 Bradley, Bill 1967 Bradley, Bob 1960 Bradley, Pat 1966 Braly, Mark 1959 Branson, John 1968-69

Brasselero, Russ 1955 Bravdica, Steve 1957 Braziel, Newton 1970-71-72 Brazil, Bob 1956-57 Bredl, Josh 2010 Bridges, Richard 1984 Broadhead, Bob 1942 Brobst, Dick 1966-67 Brookfield, Bill 1955 Brooks, Al 1967-68-69 Brown, B. 1953 Brown, Chris 2008-09-10 Brown, Darren 2008 Brown, Perry 1978 Brown, Ray 1974-75-76 Brown, Tom 1952 Browning, Mark 1979 Browning, Paul 2011 Brozovich, Mark 1981 Bryan, Don 1949 Bryant, Bobby 1975-76-78 Bryant, Paul 197 Bryant, Steve 1981 Brynjulson, Kirk 1972-73-74-75 Bubnich, Bob 1961 Buck, Gordon 1955 Buderus, Mike 1973 Bueltell, Derek 1981 Buff, Haskell 1983 Buku, Mike 1939-40-41 Burgess, Kevin 1982 Burick, Bob 1956 Burke, Pat 1979 Burtenshaw, Art 1975-76 Burtis, Wally 1955 Burton, Wendell 1976-77-78-79 Busch, Robert 1958-59 Busia, Bob 1961-63-64 Butkovich, Nick 1949 Butler 1947 Butler, John 1966

C Cain, Jim 1962-63-64-65 Califano, John 1949-50-51 Call, Mitch 1976 Campbell, Jason 2009-10-11 Campbell, John 1975 Campbell, Todd 1981 Campton, Joe 2008-09-10-11 Cannon, Mark 1980-81-82 Cantrell, G 1940-41 Capana, Ralph 1954-55 Cara, Gene 1950-51

Carara, Richard 1957 Carara, Warren 1955 Caravajal, Steve 1978 Cardinal, Bob 1957 Carey, Cal 1981 Carlson, Carl 1954 Carlson, Jim 1938 Carlson, Rod 1977-78-79-80 Carpenter, Ken 1980 Carter, Bill 1959-60 Carter, Bob 1965 Carter, Bruce 1983-84 Carter, Dan 1982 Carter, Mark 1978 Carter, Mark 1978 Cartwright, Da’Quan 2008-0910-11 Cartwright, John 2008 Casack, Larry 1950-51 Case, Bob 1973 Casen, John 1949 Casey, Phillip 1950-51 Caslavka, Lee 1975 Cassidy, Paul 1970-71-72-73 Cassidy, Paul 1970-71-72-73 Castro, Steve 1984 Caughran, Dan1979-80 Cavey, Cal 1982-83 Cavey, Todd 1983 Cebulski, B 1940-41 Centa, J 1940-41 Cephers, Dale 1978-79-80-81 Cerjanic, Earl 1939-40-41 Cervi, Jim 1980 Chamberlain, John 1949 Chamberlain, Leroy 1982 Chamberlain, Rich 1980-81-82 Chambers, Bill 1950-51 Chambers, L 1940-41 Chantala, Troy 1979 Chapman, Randy 1980 Chase, Robert 1966 Chavez, Bob 1952 Chavez, Nathan 1976 Chavez, Peter 1979 Chavez, Steve 1966-67 Cheeks, Calvin 1980 Chesire, Pat 1979 Childress, Frank 1958 Cholas, Dan 1964-65 Chorak, Mike 1958-59 Christensen, Grey 1960-61 Christy, Chris 1979 Ciavonne, Mike 1939 Clady, Chris 2009 Clancy, Colin 2009 Clay, Sam 1962-63-64-65 Clementi, Mark 1976 Clute, Brian 1983 Clute, Ed 1957 Cobloga, Ben 1938 Cohen, Morrie 1957-58 Colbert, John 1982 Colby, Larry 1961 Cole, Matt 2008-09 Coleman, Don 1949 Colgan, Jim 1980 Colglazier, Sid 1958 Collins, Al 1959-60 Collins, Marty 1960-61-64-65 Collins, Orris 1954 Collins, Sam 2010 Colnar, Jeff 1978 Conner, Larry 1975-76 Connors, Dan 1970-71-72-73 Conrad, Bill1976 Cook, Greg 1967 Cooper, Doyle 1967-68-69 Cooper, Deontrae 2011 Cooper, Reggie 1982-83 Copeland, Lorenzo 1978 Coppersmith, Scott 1980-81 Cordova, Joe 1958-59 Cordova, Ken 1980-81 Corsentino, Jerry 1980

KIRK BRYNJULSON 1972-75 Costa, Josh 2009-10-11 Courtney, Howard 1938 Cowan, Paul 1966-67 Cowan, Robin 1973 Coyle, Scotland 2011 Cozzolino, Brent 1984 Craddock, Jack 1949-50-51 Craighead, Joe 1939 Crall, Bernard 1978 Crank, Gerald 1942 Cresswell, Dale 1981-82-83-84 Crews, Micah 2008-09 Cronin, Mike 1969 Crowell, Bill 1963 Crowleu, Phil 1981 Crowley, Dave 1975-76 Crunkleton, Grant 2009-10 Crusick, Nick 1949-50-51 Cruz, Felix 1957 Cruz, Robert 1982 Cuellar, Nelson 1981 Cullen, Jack 1961-62-63 Cure, Ed 1969-70 Currier, P. 1953 Curry, Ed 1959 Curtis, Dale 1980

D D’Errico, Len 1964 Dail, Lee 1942 Daldegan, Mark 1982-83 Daniels, Elimu 1979 Datz, Jack 1954-55 Dausin, Ross 2010-11 David, King 1956 David, Richard 1960 Davidson, Harlan 1962 Davis, Jim 1947-48 Davis, John 1983 Davis, Maynard 1975 Davis, Richard 1982 Davis, Scott 1983 Davoli, Phil 1967-68-69 Dawidczik, Greg 1972 Day, Lloyd 1982 Day,Bob 1952 Dazzio, Sam 1956-57 DeAndrea, James 1979 DeBay, Randy 1979 Deheart, Mal 1947-48 Del Pizzo, Allan 1973 DeLeon, Doroteo 1948 DeLeon, S. 1953-54 DeLuca, Charles 1952

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Denardo, John 1947-48 Deneice 1947 Denny, Steve 1973 DeRose, Dan 1981-82-83 DeRose, Eddie 1953 DeRose, Mark 1981-82 Deverich, Mike 1950-51 Dewhurst, Mark 1979 DeWitt, Bill 1952 DeYong, Donnie 1981 Diaz, Spike 1958-59 Dickens, Stephan 2010-11 Dickerson, Bill 1965 Dickerson, Larry 1957-58 Dickerson, Layton 2008 Diephenbrock, Rick 1967 DiGiallonardo, Yom 1981 DiPalma, F 1940-41 DiRubio, Dick 1958-59 Dixon, Gene 1971 Doll, Bill 1982 Donachie, Dave 1958 Donaldson, Ray 1962 Donlay, Jerry 1972 Dorenkamp, Andrew 1979 Dorenkamp, Phillip 1976 Dorrance, Mike 1979 Dorsey, Bob 1942 Dort, Franex 2011 Douglas, Terry 1975 Dowd, Tom 1979-80 Doyle, E.J. 1964-65-66 Dreitz, Randy 1981-82-83-84 Drell, Dave 1958 Dreutzer, Keith 1957 Drummond, Dale 1947 Ducic, John 1973-74 Ducy, Kevin 1978 Dudley, Virgil 1942 Dudrick, Dick 1954 Dulin, Tony 1983 Dumas, Rick 1975-76-77 Dunaway, Dan 1972 Duncan, Casey 1982 Dunlap, J. 1940-41-42 Dupuch, George 1978 Dutkovich, Vic 1960-61 Dwidczik, Greg 1973

E Eaker, Gary 1971-72 Eason, Ron 1959-60 Easton, Kevin 1975 Easton, Michael 1981

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Eddy, Randy 1962-63-64-65 Eder, Lonnie 1979 Eklund, Matt 1975-76-77-78 Eldridge, Clarence 1938 Elich, Voyd 1938 Elizondo, Scott 1980-81-82-83 Elizondo, Selestino 1952-53 Elliott, Dick 1962 Ellis, Daniel 1978 Elm, Mike 1974-75-76-77 Emory, John 1963 England, Jeff 1981-82-83-84 Englehardt, Warren 1962 Enoch, Marquise 2009-10 Enzminger, Kurt 1969-70-71 Erchul, Scott 1980 Erickson, Hans 1952 Erickson, Ken 1979-80 Esinhart, Les 1964 Eskew, Terry 1976 Esquillin, David 1980 Evans, Dave 1976-77-78 Evans, Scott 1981 Evans, Tom 1979 Even, Anthony 1984 Everett, Jim 1960 Ezyk, Steve 1973-74

F Falk, Rod 1975-76-77-78 Fasula, Charles 1955 Faust, Ed 1983 Feely, Bill 1975-76-77 Ferguson, Joe 1939 Fern, Mark 1981 Ferrara, Tony 1976 Fields, Marcus 1980 Fillmon, Rick 1981 Finley, Steve 1970-71 Firth, Dave 1938 Fisher, Joe 1982 Fisher, Louis 2011 Fitzgerald, Bill 1966-67 Fitzsimmons, Craig 1979-80 Fix, Kelly 1980 Flanigann, J 1940-42 Fleischauer, Norm 1974-75 Flenoy, Anthony 1976-77-78 Flood, Frank 1948 Flood, Jim 1955 Flores, Louis 1979-80-82 Flower, Steve 1978 Foleu, Jeff 1983 Foster, Chet 1962-63-64-65 Fraize, Jerry 1976 Franek, Ken 1982 Franier, Mike 1982 Fraser, John 1956 Frasier, Cliff 1969-70 Frazier R. 1952 Frazier, Jim 1951 Frazier, Tim 1950 Freeman, Ray 1983 Freeman, Ron 1966-67-68-69 Fritschen, Tom 1983 Frohlick, Bob 1958-59 Fuhs, Vic 1974-75-76 Fuller, Bob 1948 Fuller, George 1982 Fuller, Jim 1961-62 Fuller, Ken 1980 Fulmer, Jeff 1981 Funderburk, Steve 1975 Funk, Roger 1976

G Gaines, Ken 1981 Gainey, Derek 2010 Gaisson, Tom 1966 Gaiter, Vince 1981 Gallas, Scott 1977-78-79-80 Gallegos, Frank 1967

AARON HERNANDEZ 2008-10 Gallegos, Tom 1981 Garbaz, Joe 1973 Garcia, Sam 1980 Gard, Steve 1975 Garner, Greg 1983-84 Garner, Keith 1976 Garner, Keith 1982 Gavin, Sean 2008 Gaye, Jonathan 2010-11 Gebhart, Rich 1975 Geiser, Jim 1957 Genova 1947 Gentry, Lany 1973 Gerbaz, Greg 1980-81-82 Gerken, E 1940-41 Germany, Norwood 1975 Gettler, Mack 1957 Giarratano, Dick 1958-59 Giasson, Tim 1964-66 Giasson, Tom 1963-64 Gieck, Sam 1967 Gillogy, Ray 1952 Gilmore, Demetrius 2008-09 Giovacchini, Mel 1959-60 Girouard, Bob 1967-68-69 Gladden, Roland 1962 Glanigan, J. 1941 Gloyd, Randy 1973 Gobin, Brian 1980 Godinez, Dan 1964-65-66-67 Goering, Jerry 1957 Golden, Pete 1957-58 Golletti, Victor 1952 Gomez, George 1961 Gomez, Ray 1965-66-67-68 Gonzales, Fred 1968-69 Gonzales, Kasey 2008 Gonzales, Mike 1981 Goodhue, Bob 1970 Gorham, Darrell 1980 Gorham, John 1981 Goronto, Gary 1978 Gottbehuet, Mark 1973 Gottula, Ernie 1939 Gowell, L. 1952 Gower, Bill 1977-78-79-80 Goyer, Joe 2008 Grabowski, Ron 1976 Gradishar, Mark 1980-81 Gradishar, Tony 1981-82-83-84 Graham, Bill 1960

Graham, Troy 2009-10-11 Grant, Bob 1952 Grant, Frank 1968-69-70-71 Grant, Larry 1949 Grant, T. 1953-54 Grantham, Dick 1955 Gray, Bill 1959-60 Gray, Brandon 2008 Greco, Art 1961 Greco, J. 1953 Green, Bud 1948-49 Green, David 1983 Green, Richard, 1961 Green, Troy 1956 Greene, Dennis 1971 Greenwood, Rich 1967-68-69 Grenfell, Matt 1972-73-74-75 Griebel, Mike 1978 Griffin, Dan 1963 Griffin, Lance 1981-82 Griffin, William 1982 Griffith, A. 1953 Grigg 1947 Grimes, Jim 1981-82 Grove, Carl 1948-49 Groves, Greg 1975 Guardamondo, Charles 1959 Gucciione, Pete 1979 Guilder, Dick 1959-60 Guillen, H. 1953 Guinane, Tom 1974-75-76 Gulley, Jeff 1979 Gurovich, George 1948 Guthrie, Darrell 1956 Gutierrez, Caesar 1959-60

H Haddan, J.T. 2009-10-11 Haliburton, Ron 1962-63-64-65 Hall, Clem 1981-82 Hall, Garles 1975 Hall, J. Newell 1938-39 Hallcy, Dyrell 2010-11 Hamlin, Dennis 1979 Hamlin, Tyler 2009-10-11 Hammons, Rich 1975 Hampton, Lonnie 1982-83 Hanenberg, Peter 1981 Hanley, Tom 1962

Hardcastle, Larry 1960 Hareze, Bill 1938 Harkness, Henry 1976 Harmon, Ray 1976 Harr 1947 Harris, Dominique 2009-10 Harris, Wayne 1971-72-73-74 Harrison, Drayton 1980 Hartshorn, Pat 1979 Harvey, Fred 1982 Harvey, Wayne 1979 Hastings, Henry 1963 Hatch, Bob 1959 Hatler, Brian 1984 Hayes, Gregory 1978 Hayes, Ted 1978 Hayner, Ron 1975 Haynie, Tom 1984 Headley, Ray 1968-69-70 Headricks, Calvin 1963 Heard, Herman 1982-83 Heath 1947 Heath, Dick 1956 Hebiesen, Lee 1976-77 Hedrick, Calvin 1963 Heister, Ken 1980 Heitman, Scott 1980-81-82-83 Helein, Al 1962-64-65-66 Hellard, John 1961-62 Helsop, John 1980 Henderson, Nick 2010-11 Henderson, William 1978 Hendricks, Calvin 1979-80 Hendron, Rich 1960 Henley, Ed 1949 Henry, David 1976-77 Henry, William 1978 Herberger, Bob 1978 Herberger, Robert 1978 Hernandez, Aaron 2008-09-10 Herold, Frank 1952 Herrera, Justin 2009-10-11 Herrin, Ed 1957 Herzberger, J. 1953 Heslop, John 1979 Hess 1947 Hesser, Jim 1982-83 Hester, Frank 1964-65-66-67 Hiatt, Hal 1982 Hickman, Tom 1960Hicks, Ben 2010 Hicks, Sean 1979Hildenbrand, Chuck 1983 Hill, Gary 1975 Hill, George 1958 Hill, Mark 1973-74-75-76 Hill, Steve 1981-82 Hiner, Russ 1975 Hitchcock, Jack 1957 Hodge, Blanch 1975 Hoffman, Dick 1942 Hogg, Dale 1960-6 Holden, Jim 1975 Holland, Pat 1976-77-78 Hollingsworth, Allen 1984 Hollins, Jervoise 2010-11 Holmes, Jay 1981 Holtor, Mark 1979 Hoppmann, Ron 1956-57 Hornbaker, Ron 1976 Horner, Bill 1942 Hoskins, Sam 1962 Hottman, Bill 1959-60 Housh, Mike 1974-75-76-77 Houston, Woody 1960-61 Hoy, Bill 1949 Hren, Mike 1979 Hren, Steve 1982 Huber, Henry 1971-72 Huff, Dick 1970-71-72 Hughes, Lowell 1938 Hughes, Rich 1957 Hummitzsch, Jerry 1959 Hunholtz, Milton 1983 Hunter, Craig 1978-79-80-81

Hurst, Royal 1974-75 Hutcherson, Charles 1948

I Isenhart, Les 1958-59

J Jacketta, Ed 1962 Jackson, Ben 2010-11 Jackson, Bernard 2010 Jackson, Eric 1984 Jackson, Gordon 1982 Jackson, Justin 2011 Jackson, Tony 1984 James, Carl 1963 James, Tahir 2010 Jansen, Grant 2008-09-10-11 Jarvis, Bob 1957 Jay, Gary 1982 Jefferson, Mike 1969-70 Jefferson, Myron 1984 Jehorek, Ed 1978 Jenkins, Dennis 1960 Jenks, Chris 1984 Jensen, Ryan 2009-10-11 Jochem, Greg 1978 Johannes, Steve 1978-79 Johnson, Bill 1966-67 Johnson, Calvin 1976 Johnson, Cletis 1979 Johnson, Dickie 1975-76-77-78 Johnson, Gary 1967 Johnson, Gary 1980 Johnson, Greg 1974 Johnson, Jamaal 2008-09-10-11 Johnson, Mitch 1974-75-76-77 Johnson, Sid 1942 Johnston, Bill 1956-58 Jones, Curt 1978-79 Jones, Dick 1951 Jones, Dick 1961 Jones, Jack 1949-50 Jones, Jonathan 2009-10-11 Jones, Kurt 1980-81 Jones, Tim 1972-73 Jordan, D. 1953-54 Jordan, Steve 2008 Jorgenson, Mark 1980-81 Jorgesen, DeLynn 1955 Jorse, Bobby 1981 Jost, Jack 1958 Justin, Ayrius 2008-09

K Kallinger, John 1965-66 Kane, Terry 1947-48 Kasel, Richard 1949 Kashinskie, Tony 1975 Kasimatis, John 1948-49 Kaufman, Tom 1960 Keating, Bob 1949 Keator, L 1940-41 Keck, Ron 1981 Keefe, Michael 1981-82 Keeler, Jack 1954 Keiley, Randy 1974-75 Keisling, Mark 1969-70 Kelley, Richard 1975 Kelly, Ivan 1950-51 Kelly, Jim 1976 Kelly, Lee 1980-81-82-83 Kelly, Taylor 2010-11 Kelson, Jerry 1956-57 Kemp, John 1981 Kemp, Vic 1960-61 Kenebrew, Clyde 1973-74-75-76 Kennedy, Collon 1970-71-72 Kennedy, Jim 1960 Kereford, Owen 1982 Kerrigan, Tim 1982-83-84 Kimble, Kenneth 1978

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King, Tony 1980-81 Kirchenschlager, Roger 1979 Kirgan, Jim 1967 Kjeldguard, Ty 197Klein, Doug 1976 Klein, Jack 1957-58 Kliesen, Brandon 2010-11 Kliesen, Wade 1982 Klikus, J.J. 1967-68-69-70 Knight, Dan 1976 Knox, Wayne 1980-81 Kochevar, Bernie 1949 Kochevar, M 1940-41 Koenig, Mark 1978 Koester, Dean 1974-75-76-77 Konstanzer, Paul 1975 Korber, John 1947-48 Kozacek, Gary 1980 Kratovl, Steven 1981 Kravig, Harold 1942 Krofchik, Paul 1962 Kryzanowski, Ken 1982 Kuzava, Jon 2011

L

Lacy, Jarrod 2011 Ladd, Marion 1947-48 Lallis, Everett 1966-67 Lamar, Kyle 2008 Lamberth, Lon 1979 Lane, B 1940-41 LaPorte, Joe 1959 Large, Jim 1956-57-58 Larson, Joe 1963 Lavoie, Larry 1958 Lawson, Phil 1965 Lee, Monte 1974-75 Lee, Ricky 1982 Leffett, Billy 1979 Leib, Dan 1980 Leigh, Russ 1972 Lenz, Dan 1978-79-80-82 Lerma, Ernie 1961 Lester, Dave 1984 Lester, Robert 1952 Lewis, Bill 1963 Lewis, Bob 1961 Lewis, Jesse 2008-09-10-11 Lewis, Lawrence 1982 Lindsay, Ralph 1938-39 Lines, Jeff 1982 Little, Brian 1978-79 Loew, Jack 1978 Loflin, Jim 1957 London, Willie 1962-63-64-65 Lontine, Tom 1981-82-83 Loos, Barry 1969-70 Lott, Austen 2010 Love, Charlie 1973-74 Lozano, Louie 2010-11 Lucero, Ed 1981-83-84 Lucero, Leo 1954 Ludlow, Jack 1954 Lueck, Kevin 1982-83-84 Luppino, Dom 1966-67-68 Lus, Randall 1976 Lusk, Quizzy 1964-65-66-67 Lutz, Jack 1958-59 Luxa, Russ 1981 Luzak, James 1967 Lyles, Mike 1978

M Macaluso, Marco 2008-09 MacGlanahan, Frank 1952 Mack, Josh 2009-11 Madson, Jeff 1976 Magda, John 1958 Magino, Fred 1938 Mahler, John 1949-50-51 Major, Kyle 2008-09-10-11 Mangino, Ricky 1978-79

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Manguso, Tony 1960-61 Manuel, Kenneth 1962-63 Manzanares, Ed 1960 Marccovechio, Charles 1954-55 Marchbanks, Larry 1979 Marcontonio, John 1981 Marino, Frank 1968 Marino, Paul 1980-81 Marion, Tim 1982 Markt, Steve 1972 Marquez, Adrian 2008-09-10-11 Marquez, Robert 1978-79 Marr, Gary 1957 Marshall, Anthony 2011 Martin, Beau 2010 Martin, Jeff 1978 Martin, Kris 1975 Martin, Tom 1961-62-63-64 Martinez, Alolph 1954 Martinez, Ernie 1974-75-76-77 Martinez, George 1978 Martinez, Joe 1956-57 Martinez, Leonard 1983 Martinez, Paul 1979 Martinez, Rich 1965-66-67 Martinez, Tom 1976 Martinez, Tom 1983-84 Martin-Proctor, Garrett 200809-10 Marvin, Larry 1976-77-78-79 Mason, Doug 1973-74-75-76 Mason, Joseph 1982 Massullo, David 2008-09 Masterson, Hank 1948 Matese, Mark 1982-83-84 Matheson, Don 1950-51 Matthews, J.B. 2011 Matthews, Kevin 1983 Maurer, John 1970-71-72 Maxey, Larry 1980 Maxwell, Mike 1961-62-63 May, Bruce 1980-81-82-83 Mazzone, Bob 1967 McBride, Joe 1970 McCall, Kyle 2008-09-10-11 McCall, Mick 1975-76-77-78 McCall, Mike 1961-62 McCann, Tom 1979 McCarty, Jim 1961 McCash, Justin 2010 McCellan, Bill 1939 McCloskey, Paul 1983 McClure, Michael 1981 McConnell, Casey 2008 McCraith, Larry 1957 McDade, Tom 1964-65 McDonald, Byron 1975 McDonnell, Sam 1948 McGee, Dick 1939 McGee, Terry 1963 McGill, Jim 1960-61 McGraw, Mike 1960-63 McIntosh, B 1940-41 McIntyre, Chuck 1961-62-63-64 McKay, David 1965 McMahan, Jack 1966 McMinimee, Dan 1982-83-84 McNair, Ricky 1980-81-82-83 McNeal, Marquis 2011 McOsker, Kevin 1983 McQuarrie, Cliff 1949-50-51 McSweeny, John 1959-60 McWilliams, Jerry 2008-09 Meade, Mike 1963 Meek, David 1982 Mehle, Gary 1972-73 Meintz, Tim 1980 Meisner, Lee 2008-09-10-11 Mencin, Joe 1939 Mendoza, Ray 1957-58 Menger, Bob 1942 Menum, Joseph 1938 Merio, Bob 1976 Mesar, Don 1938 Meyer, Jack 1947-48

Meyers, Bill 1952-53 Meyers, J. 1941 Meyers, Mike 1959 Middleton, Ben 1982 Middleton, Gurt 1982 Mihalek, Scott 1981 Miles, Carl 1948-49 Miles, Ray 1952 Milich, M 1940-41 Milkulka, Bob 1960-61 Miller, Craig 1978-79 Miller, Darryl 1972-73 Miller, Reid 1958-59 Miller, Ron 1959 Milne, Bill 1938 Mingus, Dave 1970 Minton, Tate 2008 Mitchell, Clint 1980 Mitchell, Garth 1981 Mitchell, Josh 2011 Mitchell, Tom 1947-48 Molzan, Bill 1979-80 Monoco, Ed 1948 Monroe, Art 1974 Monroe, Tom 1973 Montelongo, Darryl 2008-10 Montelongo, Tom 1960 Montgomery, Ron 1957 Montoya, Don 1965-67-68 Mooney, Mike 1965-67-68 Moore, Alvin 1976 Moore, Bob 1951 Moore, John 1971 Moore, Larry 1978 Moore, Lloyd 1975-76-77-78 Moore, Robert 1949-50 Moran, Dick 1952-53 More, Harold 1959 Moreno, Jim 1975 Morenzo, Jim 1961 Morey, Tom 1952 Morgan 1947 Morgan, Curt 1982 Morgan, Dennis 1965 Morgan, Kelly 1982 Morone, Paul 1953 Morse, Randy 1978 Morton, Stephen 1979 Mucci, Louis 1981 Mulay, Jim 1980 Munoz, Zak 2009 Murphy, Bob 1967-68-69-70 Murphy, Leo 1939 Murray, Walter 1976 Musso, Carl 1942 Musso, John 1980-81 Myers, J 1940

N Nails, Frank 1957 Nash, Frank 1982-83-84 Nauslar, Dennis 1969-70-71 Nauslar, Kevin 1975-76-77 Nauslar, Tim 1972-73-74 Navarro, Richard 1958 Naylor, Rich 1980 Neal, Dennis 1976-77-78 Neal, Jack 1978 Neibiger, Gary 1968 Neil, Archie 1974-75-76-77 Neinhuser, Greg 1980-81 Nelson, Bob 1942 Nelson, Denny 1958 Nelson, Jim 1972-73 Nelson, Michael 1979-80 Nelson, Mike 1979 Newberry, Randy 1978 Niccoli, Troy 1981 Nicholas, George 1957 Nicholson, Greg 1957 Nienhuser, Gregory 1979 Nieto, Joe 1976 Nisson, David 1980 Nogare, Art 1953

Nseka, Beldy 2009-10-11

O O’Brien, Joe 1973-74 O’Connor, Frank 1981-82-83-84 O’Dell, Steve 1975-76 O’Hanlan, Mike 1982 O’Keefe, Joe 1960-61-64 O’Neal, Bill 1958 O’Neil, Pat 1962-63 Oakley, C.J. 2008 Oatis, Don 1948 Odell, Steve 1974-75-76-77 Offdenkamp, G 1940-41 Olander, Larry 1976 Oliver, Warren 1949 Orlich, G. 1953 Orth, Corey 2011 Oschner, Mark 1967 Ossolinski, Bill 1959-60 Osterman, Jeff 1982-83-84 Otten, Brad 1975 Otteson, Jack 1982 Owens, Eddie 1962-63-64-65 Owens, Jonathan 2011

P Pace, Leonard 1955 Pachak, Bill 1942 Pacheco, Dave 1965 Pacheco, Gus 1964 Pagano, Sam 1955-56 Page, Jerome 2008-09 Palizzi 1947 Palumbo, Joseph 1982 Paluzzi, Phil 1982 Paluzzio, Phil 1979 Pannunzio, Joe 1957 Pannunzio, Joe 1979-80-81 Pannunzio, Nick 1982-83-84 Pannunzio, Tom 1960-61 Papasedero, Vinny 2008 Parrish, Bob 1966-67-68-69 Parsons, Jack 1948 Passarelli, Tony 1982 Paterson, Jeff 1982 Patrick, Neil 1983-84 Patrone, Dave 1973-74-75 Patterson, B. 1952 Patterson, Bill 1972 Patterson, Bob 1948 Patterson, Jeff 1982-83 Patterson, Sedric 2008-09 Paulson, Gary 1967 Pavlik, Ricky 1980 Payne, Austin 2011 Peelman, Dan 1973 Peerman, Mike 1975-76 Pellant, Mark 1978 Pena, Mark 1980-81-82-83 Pendleton, Ed 1948-49 Penn 1947 Pennetta, Mike 1981 Pepper, Hardy 1960 Peralta, Larry 1963 Perea Rich 1979-80-81-82 Perez, Gus 1961-63-64 Perez, Phillip 1981 Perkins, Chuck 1970-71 Perkins, Mal 1964 Perkins, Ray 1938 Perrian, Angelo 1975 Perse, Dick 1947-48 Peterson, D. 1953 Peterson, Ed 1957 Peterson, Mark 1968-69-70 Peterson, Mike 1970 Peterson, Roy 1970 Peterson, Tom 1978 Petterson, Mark 1968-69 Petty, Bob 1968 Pezolt, L. 1953

Pfannenschmid, Roger 2009-10-11 Phebus, Hal 1959 Phelan, Tom 1976 Pineda, Joe 1978 Pittenger, Rick 1979-80 Pizzo, Allan Del 1973 Plese 1947 Pobst 1947 Pollard, Ron 1980 Pollock, Mark 1978 Pomelo, Pete 1949-50-51 Porter, Jack 1962-63 Potestio, James 1952-53 Poundstone, Donald 1978 Pratts, Tony 1979-80-81 Pratz, Tony 1979-80 Presley, Bob 1961 Pretzel, Tom 1968 Pretzl, Tom 1968 Pride, James 1980 Priestly, Jeff 1976 Printers, Glen 1973-74 Pryor, Gil 1963 Pullara, Joe 2009 Pullaro, Sam 1952 Pusedo, Ray 1956

Q Qualantone, Nick 1982 Quinlan, Brad 1980-81 Quinlan, Brian 1980-81 Quintana, Victor 2008

R Rader, Robert 1982 Radiff, Dan 1973 Rakestraw,Art 1964 Ramirez, Greg 1956 Ramos, Frank 1962 Randolph, Bill 1952 Randolph, C. 1953-54 Randolph, Dan 1950-51-52 Ratliff, Floyd 1938-39 Redden, Darrell 1980 Redding, Roger 1971 Redmon, Edgar 1965 Redmon, Willie 1965-65-66-67 Redmond, Kevin 1978 Redwine, Ron 1965 Reece, Jarrell 2009 Reed, Dave 1960-61-64-65 Rees, Jon 1978-79-80-81 Reeves, D 1940-41 Reeves, Rene 1984 Reitz, Richard 1978 Remmo, Alex 2010 Repice, James 1982 Reppa, Mike 1972-73 Reyes, Curtis 1980 Reynolds, Vic 1981-82 Ribens, Fred 1938 Richards, Larry 1963-64 Richardson, Mac 1978 Richmond, Sutton 2009 Richwine, Ron 1965 Rider, Giovanni 2009-10-11 Riggins, Steve 1983 Rigsby, Kelly 1975 Rios, Alex 2010 Rivas, John 1952-53 Rivera, Frank 1975 Roarke, Lemon 1938 Robbins, Pete 1974 Roberson, Leamon 1971-72 Roberts, C.J. 2011 Roberts, Johnny 1962 Robertson, Andy 1964-65-66 Robertson, D 1940-41 Robertson, Ken 1984 Robinson, Allen 1982 Robinson, Darryl 1979 Robinson, Ron 1972-73

DAMON SCHIELE 2009-11 Rodriguez, Charles 1959-60 Rodriguez, Drew 2010 Rodriguez, Fred 1960 Rodriguez, John 1958 Rodriguez, Juan 1967-68 Rodriquez, Joe 1952 Rodriquiz, Joe 1955 Rogers, Bill 1962 Roitz, Alex 1964-66 Roldan, Charles 1959 Rollison, Pat 1965 Romero, Frank 1958-59 Romero, Mike 1957-58 Rosalani, Dennis 1963 Rosen, Irving 1939-40-41 Rosolini, Dennis 1962-63-64 Ross, Harold 1963 Rossow, Timothy 1979 Rotunno, Tim 1968 Rowley, Scott 1979 Rulon, Tom 1979 Rumsey, Charles 1975-76-77-78 Runco, Phil 1979-80 Ruppert, Evan 2011 Rush, Craig 2009 Russel, Rod 1979 Ryder, Dave 1981

S Sabo, Andy 1971-72-73 Sabye, Nick 2008-09-10-11 Safonous, Rich 1977-78-79 Salazar, David 1979 Salazar, Jerry 1981 Salazar, Josh 2010 Salimeno, John 1964 Sampson, Jim 1973-74 Sanders, Don 1978-80 Sandos, Dan 1976 Sandoval, Josh 2010-11 Sansome, Bob 1957-58 Santos, Joe 1956 Sarno, Tony 1962-63-64-65 Sartoris, Larry 1967-68-69 Satterfield, Dustin 1973 Saunders, Earl 1956-57 Saylor, Les 1976-77-78 Saylor, Leslie 1976-78 Schanze, George 1983-84 Schiechl, Bob 1963

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Schiele, Damon 2009-10-11 Schlagbaum, Brad 1982 Schlagel, Mike 1980 Schleis, Doug 1978-79 Schlichting, Phil 1983-84 Schmaltz, Richard 1953-54 Schmidli, Don 1947 Schnorr, Chuck 1971-73 Schoen, Scott 1971 Scholl, Shawn 1982-83 Schultz, Scott 1980 Scott, Carl 1978-79-81 Scott, D 1940-41 Scott, Dexter 2010-11 Scranton, Mike 1984 Scribner, Jeff 1976 Scweer, Gary 1959 Sebastyn, Bill 1974 Seder, Bill 1959 Seidl, Carl 1967 Seigman, Dave 1980 Selak, Jim 1965 Sergent, Fletcher 2008 Service, Scott 1979 Shaddy, Dave 1978-79-80 Shain, Mark 1979 Shank, J. 1953 Shank, P. 1953 Shappell, Steve 1979 Shea, Leslie 1976 Shelly, Don 1950-51 Sheppard, Kenneth 1976 Shevock, Brian 1980 Shineovich, George 1954 Shineovich, George 1979-80 Shisler, Lou 1962-64 Shrader, Bill 1965-66-67-68 Shrock, Richard 1956-57 Sidner, Morgan 1978 Siegman, Dave 1981 Silva, Paul 1979 Simmons, Bobby Joe 1971-72 Simmons, Ronald 1982 Simonson, Bob 1975 Simonton, Donald 1979 Sims, Bill 1949-50-51 Singer, Bill 1949 Siter, Mike 1978 Skrivfvars, Charles 1952 Skube, Henry 1938 Skube, John 1954

ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Slanovich, Gus 1956 Slattery, Joe 1979-80 Smart, Doug 1983 Smelek, Ray 1952 Smith, B. 1940-41-42 Smith, Belton 1961-63 Smith, Bill 1969-70 Smith, Grant 1975 Smith, Greg 1969 Smith, Kenneth 1982 Smith, Loren 1978 Smith, Mike 1976-78 Smith, Rod 1970-71 Smith, Todd 1978 Smith, Walt 1968-69-70-71 Smith, Wendell 1981-82-84 Sneed, Randy 1979 Snipes, Brian 1982 Snyder, Paul 1976 Solano, Nate 1973 Solomon, Mike 1979 Solono, William 1976 Sondburg, Carl 1983 Soole, Trevor 2008 Spence, Shawn 1983 Spencer, Bill 1959-60 Spencer, Steve 1979 Sperber, Jared 2010-11 Spoerke, Glen 1964 Spradley, Dale 1952 Stabe, Allen 1980-81-82-84 Stanton 1947 Stanton, Bob 1952 Starzynski, John 1960-61 Stauss, Dan 1979-80-81-82 Stecklein, Bob 1959-60 Stecklein, Dick 1965 Steed, Mike 1975 Steinkke, Steve 1976 Stephenson, Joe 1976 Sterling, Mark 2008-10-11 Stevens, Bart 1978-79-80 Stevens, Kevin 1981-82 Stewart, Jack 1939

Stiles, P.R. 1963-64-65-66 Stilson, Denny 1953-54 Stilson, Ralph 1952 Stines, Ken 1942 Stirgus, Willie 1971 Stoeber, Dan 1975-78-79 Stovall, Steve 1942 Strickland, Ewall 1976 Strickland, Steve 1979-80 Strouse, Chris 1982-83 Stute, Royce 1965-66 Sublett, Barry 1980-81 Summers 1947 Sutherland, Stephen 1981 Swain, Lester 1956 Swan, Bill 1956 Swann, Bob 1954 Swanson, William 1980 Swartz, Drew 2009-10 Swint, Vince 1976

T Tafoya, Dave 1954-55 Taibi, Joe 1981-83-84 Taibi, Sam 2008 Tapia, Gene 1980-81-82-83 Tatham, Glen 1964 Taylor, Gene 1967-68-69 Taylor, Harold 1965 Taylor, Larry 1956-60 Tedesco, Rich 1982 Tedford, Herb 1983-84 Tedrow, Dave 1961 Temple, David 1949-50-51 Terrones, Orlando 1980 Terry, Allan 1968 Tetrault, Tony 1982-83 Thede, Buster 2011 Theotokatoc, George 1949 Thill, Paul 1983 Thomas, Emil 1954-55 Thomas, Floyd 1982 Thomas, Mike 1968

Thomas, Mike 1979-80-81 Thomas, Roy 1979-80-81-82 Thompson, Charlie 1976 Thompson, Randy 1960 Thompson, Trent 2011 Thorson, Eric 1978 Tierney, Steve 1968 Tilford, Kyle 2008-09 Timm, Craig 1978-79-80 Tindall, Terry 1963 Tisone, Joe 1978 Toles, Wardell 1962 Tolle, Corey 1977-78-79-80 Tollefson, Ron 1960-61 Tondera, John 1983-84 Torbet, B 1940-41 Tornes, Randy 1980 Torrez, Dan 1979 Tottress, Emanuel 2011 Tracy, Scott 1978 Trahan, John 1981-82-83-84 Trejo, Phillip 1982 Trimble, W. 1953 Trinidad, Reuben 1959 Trione, R.J. 2009-11 Trujillo, Gilbert 1954 Trujillo, Jim 1976 Trujillo, John 1954 Trujillo, John 1958-59 Trujillo, Sebastian 2010 Tubaugh, Larry 1960 Tuiasosopo, Tim 2008 Turnbull, Joe 1981 Turnbull, Mike 1981-82 Turner, Markus 2008-09

U Ultes, Mark 1978

V Valdez, Ed 1968 Valdez, Harvey 1978

Valdez, James 1984 Valenta, John 1949 Valentine, Bob 1959 Valentine, Vince 1978-79 Van Matre, Wes 1982 VanZant, Emery 1965 Vaughn, Bob 1954 Vaughn, Chase 2008-09 Vaughns, Roy 1984 Veasley, Brock 2008 Vendetta, Jim 1957 Venturo, Mark 1975 Verdugo, Rudy 1979 Verhagen, David 1980-81 Vicars, James 2010-11 Vicars, Jon 2009-10 Vigil, David 1979 Vigil, Joe 2008-09 Vinci, Dick 1950-51 Vines, Michael 1976-78 Vivoda, Mark 1955 Vivoda, Rich 1960 Vizyak, Joe 1968-69 Voloshin, C. 1953

W Wachsmann, Bob 1978 Waddell, John 1981-82-83-84 Wadsworth, Darwin 1949-50-51 Walbye, George 1950-51 Walden, Dwight 1978 Walker, Allan 1954 Wallerius, David 1980-81 Wallick, Drake 1976 Wallin, Scott 1981 Ward, Craig 1979-80-81-82 Ward, Larry 1959-60 Warmack, Russell 1950 Warren, Chris 2009-10-11 Washington, Bobby 2008-09 Waters, Bill 1956 Waters, Dwight 1948 Waters, Mike 1971-72-73

Watkins, Ed 1974-75 Watson, Mike 1976-77-78 Watson, Mike 1982-83-84 Watt, Paul 1978 Watts, Milton 1979 Weaver, Mike 1984 Weaver, Tom 1983 Webb, Bryan 1981-82-83 Webb, Willie 1979 Webster, Alan 1971-72-73-74 Weeks, Cris 2008 Weidermen, Dwane 1963 Weimer, Bryan 1981 Wells, Don 1976 West, Tom 1971-73 Whatley, James 1981 Whealton, Anthony 1982 Wheeler, Gene 1982-83 White, Greg 1966 White, Gregg 1962 Whitehead, Ken 1978-79-80-81 Whitwell, Bill 1965 Wichman, Bob 1968 Wichman, Rudy 1966-67-68 Wiley, Jim 1983-84 Wilhite, Keith 1972 Williams, Benny 1970-71-72-73 Williams, Brandon 2008-09 Williams, Denzel 2009-10 Williams, Frank 1957 Williams, Glenn1979 Williams, John 1956-57 Williams, Leroy 1983 Williams, Ralph 1959-60 Williams, Ray 1962-63-64-65 Williams, Scott 1978 Williams, Tim 1982 Williamson, Kelly 1961 Williamson, Marcial 2008-09-11 Wilson 1947 Wilson, George 1947-48 Wilson, Keith 1983 Wilson, Rick 1981-82-84 Wilson, Spencer 1981

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Winters, Gary 1963-64-66 Winters, Ron 1965-66 Wisner, Newell 1957 Wissing, Joe 1978-79-80-81 Wissing, John 1979-80-81 Wittek, Koby 2008-09-10-11 Wofford, Joe 1983 Wold, Harold 1939-41 Wood, Johnny 2009 Woods, Brian 1980 Woods, Jerome 1955-56 Woods, P 1940-41 Woods, Tom 1976 Woods, Walter 1976 Wotipa, James 1964-65-66 Wotipka, Jim 1964-65-66 Wright, Oren 1962 Wright, Robert 1982 Wright, Roger 1981-82-83-84 Wright, Tom 1982 Wright, Tony 1978-79 Wristen, John 1980-81-82-83

Y Yaklich, John 1948-49 Yong, Joe 1982 Yonker, Larry 1970-72 Yonker, Rich 1972-73-74-75 Young, Bill 1963 Young, D. 1953 Young, Jim 1958-59 Young, Matt 1968-69

Z Zabukovic, Frank 1957-58 Zebroski, Darvin 1978 Zeinemann, David 1957-58 Zitek, Mike 1978-79-80 Zorich 1947 Zwiers, Doug 1982-83

FOOTBALL RECORD BOOK TEAM RECORDS

First Downs

MOST FIRST DOWNS

Game

27 – vs. Emporia State, 1966

Season

24 – 1984 LOWEST PASS INTERCEPTION PCT.

Season

1.9% – 2011

Total Offense

Season

Most yards gained

Rushing

620 – Western New Mexico, 2009

208 – 2010 MOST RUSHES

Game

92 – vs. Fort Lewis, 1978

Season

607 – 1978 MOST RUSHING YARDS

Game

481 – vs. Westminster, 1977

Season

3,096 – 1978 MOST AVERAGE YARDS PER RUSH

Season

5.65 – 2010

Passing MOST PASS ATTEMPTS

Game

48 – vs. Northern Colorado, 1971

Season

318 – 1984 MOST PASS COMPLETIONS

Game

26 – vs. Nebraska-Kearney, 2010

Season

158 – 2010 HIGHEST PCT. OF PASSES COMPLETED

Season

59.5% – 2011 MOST PASSING YARDS

Game

319 – vs. Chadron State, Sep. 19, 2009

Season

2,323 – 1982 MOST PASS INTERCEPTIONS

Game

6 – vs. Panhandle State, 1964

Game

Season

4,362 – 1982 Most PLAYS

Game

101 – vs. Fort Lewis, 1978

Season

774 – 1971 Most yards gained PER PLAY

Season

6.1 – 2010

Scoring

MOST POINTS SCORED

Game

66 – vs. New Mexico Highlands, 2010

Season

404 – 2010 (11 games) MOST TOUCHDOWNS SCORED

Game

9 – vs. New Mexico Highlands, 2010

Season

51 – 2010 (11 games) MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS

Game

8 – vs. New Mexico Highlands, 2010

Season

31 – 2010 (11 games) MOST PASSING TOUCHDOWNS

Game

5 – vs. Western New Mexico, 1982; Fort Hays State, 1969

Season

21 – 1982 (11 games) MOST POINTS SCORED, BOTH TEAMS 94 – vs. Western State, 1978 (L, 43-51)

MOST POINTS SCORED IN A LOSS 43 – vs. Western State, 1978 (L, 43-51) LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY 66 – New Mexico Highlands, 2010 (W, 66-0) MOST POINTS SCORED, 1ST QUARTER 30 – Western New Mexico, 1980 MOST POINTS SCORED, 2ND QUARTER 29 – Fort Lewis, 1982 MOST POINTS SCORED, 3RD QUARTER 26 – Fort Lewis, 1972 MOST POINTS SCORED, 4TH QUARTER 23 – New Mexico Highlands, 2011 MOST POINTS SCORED, 1ST HALF 49 – Mesa State, 1978 MOST POINTS SCORED, 2ND HALF 35 – New Mexico Highlands, 2010

Interceptions most interceptions

Game

5 – Eastern New Mexico, Aug. 29, 2009; New Mexico Highlands, 1977; Fort Hays State, 1977; Cameron, 1975; Washburn, 1972

Season

26 – 1982 INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDAGE

Game

145 – Colorado Mines, 1967

Season

455 – 2010 AVERAGE YARDS GAINED PER INTERCEPTION RETURN

Season

24.66 – 1968

Punting

MOST PUNTS

Game

12 – Adams State, 1969; Northern Colorado, 1967

Season

86 – 1972 MOST PUNT YARDAGE

Game

553 – Adams State, 1968

Season

3,273 – 1972 MOST YARDS PER PUNT

Season

43.6 – 2010

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Total Offense MOST YARDS GAINED

Game

317 – Colin Clancy, Sept. 19, 2009, at Chadron State

Season

1,992 – Ross Dausin, 2011

Career

4,429 – Mick McCall, 1975-78 MOST YARDS GAINED BY A FRESHMAN

Season

657 – J.B. Mathews, 2011 MOST YARDS GAINED PER PLAY

Career

727 – Bill Gower, 197780 MOST YARDS GAINED

Game

304 – Frank Hester, Emporia State, 1965

Season

1,391 – Jesse Lewis, 2010

Career

3,562 – Bill Gower, 1977-80 MOST YARDS GAINED BY A FRESHMAN

Season

657 – J.B. Mathews, 2011 MOST SEASONS GAINING 1,000 YARDS OR MORE 3 – Bill Gower, 1978-80 MOST YARDS GAINED PER RUSH

Season

7.92 – Frank Hester, 1965

Career

6.73 – Chet Foster, 196365 MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS

Game

7.90 – Jesse Lewis, 2010

4 – Joe Pannunzio, Fort Lewis, 1980; Bill Gower, Western New Mexico, 1980; Frank Hester, Emporia State, 1965.

Career

Season

Season

6.96 – Bart Stevens, 1977-80 MOST TOUCHDOWNS RESPONSIBLE FOR (TDs scored and passed for)

Game

6 – Joe Pannunzio, Fort Lewis, 1980

Season

21 – Joe Pannunzio, 1980

Career

46 – Mick McCall, 197578

Rushing

MOST RUSHES

Game

38 – Bill Gower, Fort Lewis, 1978

Season

226 – Bill Gower, 1978

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14 – Jesse Lewis, 2010

Career

32 – Jessie Lewis, 200811 MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS BY A FRESHMAN 10 – J.B. Mathews, 2011 MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS BY A QUARTERBACK 11 – Joe Pannunzio, 1980 LONGEST RUSHING PLAY 95 – Frank Hester, Emporia State, Oct. 16, 1965

FOOTBALL RECORD BOOK Passing

HIGHEST PASSING EFFICIENCY

Season

182.6 – John Wristen (121 attempts, 68 completions, 2 interceptions, 1,358 yards, 13 TD passes)

Career

154.8 – John Wristen (346 attempts, 192 completions, 9 interceptions, 3,283 yards, 26 TD passes) MOST PASSES ATTEMPTED

Game

46 – Kurt Emzinger, Northern Colorado, 1971

Season

274 – Kurt Emzinger, 1971

Career

2.1% – Ross Dausin, 2010-Present (10 of 475) MOST YARDS GAINED

Game

309 – Colin Clancy, Northwest Oklahoma State, Sep. 5, 2009

Season

1,868 – Ross Dausin, 2011

Career

3,542 – Ross Dausin, 2010-Present MOST YARDS GAINED BY A FRESHMAN 497 – Joe Vigil, 2008 MOST YARDS GAINED PER ATTEMPT

Season

Career

11.22 – John Wristen, 1982 (121 for 1,358)

Game

9.49 – John Wristen, 1980-83 (346 for 3,283) MOST YARDS GAINED PER COMPLETION

475 – Ross Dausin, 2010-Present MOST PASSES COMPLETED 23 – Ross Dausin, vs. Nebraska-Kearney, 2010

Season

146 – Colin Clancy, 2009

Career

278 – Ross Dausin, 2010-Present HIGHEST PCT. OF PASSES COMPLETED

Season

60.6% – Ross Dausin, 2011 (143 of 236)

Career

55.5% – John Wristen, 1980-83 (192 of 346) MOST PASSES HAD INTERCEPTED

Game

6 – Bob Berry, Panhandle State, 1964

Season

14 – Joe Pannunzio, 1981

Career

27 – Mike Mooney, 1965, 1967-68 LOWEST PCT. OF PASSES HAD INTERCEPTED

Season

1.65% – John Wristen, 1983 (2 of 121)

Career

Season

22.59 – Dan McMinimee, 1982 (27 for 610)

Career

19.11 – Bart Stevens, 1977-80 (124 for 2,469) MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES

Game

4 – John Wristen, Western State, 1983; Dan McMinimee, Western New Mexico, 1982

Season

16 – Ross Dausin, 2011

Career

28 – Ross Dausin, 2010-Present MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES BY A FRESHMAN

Game

4 – Dan McMinimee, Western New Mexico, 1982

Season

7 – Dan McMinimee, 1982 LONGEST COMPLETION 99 – Nick Pannunzio to Herman Heard, vs. Adams State, Nov. 6, 1982 (NCAA D-II Record)

Receiving

MOST PASSES CAUGHT

Game

12 – John Trahan, Mesa State, 1982

Season

54 – Frank Grant, 1971

Career

127 – John Trahan, 198184 MOST PASSES CAUGHT BY A TIGHT END

Season

33 – John Rees, 1981

Career

57 – John Rees, 1978-81 MOST PASSES CAUGHT BY A RUNNING BACK

Season

41 – Roy Thomas, 1981

Career

86 – Roy Thomas, 197982 MOST YARDS GAINED

Game

207 – John Trahan, Mesa State, 1982

Season

994 – John Trahan, 1982

Career

2,251 – John Trahan, 1981-84 MOST YARDS GAINED BY A TIGHT END

Season

410 – John Rees, 1981

Career

797 – John Rees, 1978-81 MOST YARDS GAINED BY A RUNNING BACK

Season

583 – Herman Heard, 1983

Career

1,581 – Roy Thomas, 1979-82 MOST YARDS GAINED PER RECEPTION

Season

29.46 – Clyde Kenebrew, 1976

Career

25.60 – Corey Tolle, 1978-80

MOST YARDS GAINED PER RECEPTION BY A RUNNING BACK

Season

19.8 – Jesse Lewis, 2009

Career

19.2 – Herman Heard, 1982-83 MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES CAUGHT

Game

3 – Roy Thomas, Southern Utah, 1982; Anthony Flenoy, Western State, 1978; Clyde Kenebrew, E. New Mexico, 1974

Season

11 – John Trahan, 1982; Corey Tolle, 1979

Career

18 – Corey Tolle, 1978-80 LONGEST RECEPTION 99 – Herman Heard, from Nick Pannunzio vs. Adams State, Nov. 6, 1982 (NCAA D-II Record)

Punt Returns

MOST PUNT RETURNS

Game

6 – Marquise Enoch, vs. Northwestern Oklahoma State, 2010

Season

35 – Josh Sandoval, 2011

Career

50 – Dickie Johnson, 1975-78 MOST YARDS ON PUNT RETURNS

Game

MOST TOUCHDOWNS SCORED ON PUNT RETURNS

Game

1 – Held by numerous players

Season

2 – Josh Sandoval, 2011

Career

2 – Josh Sandoval, 2010-Present LONGEST PUNT RETURN 94 – Isaac Barnes, Washburn, Oct. 7, 1967

Kickoff Returns MOST KICKOFF RETURNS

Game

7 – Augustine Agyei, 2009, Nebraska-Kearney

Season

25 – Augustine Agyei, 2009

Career

53 – Dickie Johnson, 1975-78 MOST YARDS ON KICKOFF RETURNS

Game

190 – Bryan Webb, Colorado Mines, 1981

Season

653 – Augustine Agyei, 2009

Career

1,278 – Dickie Johnson, 1975-78 MOST YARDS PER KICKOFF RETURN

139 – Josh Sandoval, vs. Fort Lewis, Sept. 24, 2011

Season

Season

Career

608 – Josh Sandoval, 2011

Career

782 – Josh Sandoval, 2010-11 MOST YARDS PER PUNT RETURN

Season

29.3 – Isaac Barnes, 1967

Career

23.09– Isaac Barnes, 1966-67

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44.6 – Glen Printers, 1974 34.0 – Glen Printers, 1973-74 (NCAA D-II Record) MOST TOUCHDOWNS ON KICKOFF RETURNs

Season

2 – Glen Printers, 1973 LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN 100 – Glen Printers, Pittsburg State, Oct. 27, 1973; Bryan Webb, Western State, Oct. 22, 1983.

FOOTBALL RECORD BOOK All-Purpose Yards MOST YARDS GAINED

Game

304 – Frank Hester, Emporia State, 1965

Season

1,594 – Herman Heard, 1983

Career

4,272 – Jessie Lewis, 2008-11 MOST YARDS GAINED BY A FRESHMAN

Season

927 – J.B. Mathews, 2011

Scoring

MOST POINTS SCORED

Game

24 – Roy Thomas, Southern Utah, 1982; Bill Gower, Western New Mexico, 1980; Joe Pannunzio, Fort Lewis, 1980; Frank Hester, Emporia State, 1965.

Season

109 – Kyle Major, 2011

Career

308 – Kyle Major, 200811 MOST POINTS SCORED BY A FRESHMAN

Season

41 – Kyle Major, 2008 MOST POINTS SCORED BY A QUARTERBACK

Season

72 – Mick McCall, 1978

Career

158 – Mick McCall, 1975-78 MOST TOUCHDOWNS SCORED

Game

4 – Roy Thomas, Southern Utah, 1982; Bill Gower, Western New Mexico,

1980; Joe Pannunzio, Fort Lewis, 1980; Frank Hester, Emporia State, 1965.

Season

14 – Jesse Lewis, 2010; Herman Heard, 1983; Herman Heard, 1982

Career

35 – Jesse Lewis, 2008-11 MOST TOUCHDOWNS SCORED BY A FRESHMAN

Season

10 – J.B. Mathews, 2011 MOST TOUCHDOWNS SCORED BY A QUARTERBACK

Season

12 – Mick McCall, 1978

Career

26 – Mick McCall, 1975-78 MOST POINTS SCORED BY KICKING GAME

Season

109 – Kyle Major, 2011

Career

308 – Kyle Major, 200811

Kicking

Longest FIELD GOAL MADE 55 – Mitch Johnson, Adams State, Sept. 20, 1975 MOST FIELD GOALS

Season

22 – Kyle Major, 2011

Career

54 – Kyle Major, 2008-11 LONGEST PUNT 70 – Pat Rollison, Adams State, Oct. 12, 1966

TACKLES (1964-84)

(Note: Tackles marks are only since 1970, and fumble recovery marks have only been kept since roughly 1977. Sack statistics have only been kept since 2008).

TOTAL TACKLES

Season

177 – Norm Fleischauer, 1974 (Is currently higher than the NCAA D-II single season mark. Official NCAA records only include tackle marks since 2000)

Career

415 – Dan DeRose, 198183 SOLO TACKLES

Season

98 – Norm Fleischauer, 1974

Career

191 – Collon Kennedy, 1970-72 ASSISTED TACKLES

Season

91 – Dan DeRose, 1983

Career

255 – Dan DeRose, 198183

CURRENT DEFENSE RECORDS

(Note: The records below include official tackle records recognized by the NCAA [since 2008], sack records [also since 2008] and available interception and fumble records.

TOTAL TACKLES

Game

17 – Lee Meisner, vs. Chadron State, Oct. 2, 2010

Season

124 – Lee Meisner, 2010

Career

338 – Lee Meisner, 200811 SOLO TACKLES

Season

50 – Lee Meisner, 2010

Career

141 – Lee Meisner, 200811 ASSISTED TACKLES

Season

74 – Lee Meisner, 2010

Career

197 – Lee Meisner, 200811 TACKLES FOR LOSS

Game

5.0 – Chase Vaughn, vs. Oklahoma Panhandle State, Sep. 6, 2008; Grant Jansen, vs. New Mexico Highlands

Season

14.5 – Grant Jansen, 2010

Career

40.5 – Grant Jansen, 2008-11 SACKS

Game

4.5 – Chase Vaughn, vs. Oklahoma Panhandle State, Sept. 6, 2008

Season

10.5 – Chase Vaughn, 2008

Career

21.0 – Grant Jansen, 2008-11 FUMBLE RECOVERIES

Season

5 – Rich Perea, 1981

Career

10 – Rich Perea, 1979-82

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LONGEST FUMBLE RETURN 69 – Dan DeRose, vs. New Mexico Highlands, Sept. 17, 1983 MOST PASSES INTERCEPTED

Game

3 – Dale Cephers, Panhandle St., 1980; Mark Keisling, Washburn, 1969; Al Helein, Emporia State, 1965.

Season

7 – Dickie Johnson, 1978; Steve Chavez, 1967

Career

14 – Billy Baker, 1977-80 MOST YARDS ON INTERCEPTION RETURNS

Game

100 – Keno Aleman, Emporia State, 1968

Season

158 – Glen Printers, 1973

Career

197 – Steve Chavez, 1966-67 MOST YARDS PER INTERCEPTION RETURN

Season

39.5 – Glen Printers, 1973

Career

36.8 – Glen Printers, 1973-74 LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURN 100 – Keno Aleman, Emporia State, Oct. 12, 1968 (NCAA D-II Record)

FOOTBALL RECORD BOOK top ten career records

TOTAL OFFENSE PER GAME (Min. 2 seasons played) Player

Years Games Plays Rush Pass Total YPG

ROSS DAUSIN John Wristen Bart Stevens Mick McCall Joe Pannunzio

2010- 1980-83 1977-80 1975-78 1978-81

22 22 18 37 25

586 504 374 814 570

114 -139 97 1687 278

3542 3283 2469 2742 2703

3656 3144 2566 4429 2981

166.2 142.9 142.6 119.7 119.2

Matt Young Bill Gower Herman Heard Jesse Lewis Kurt Enzminger

1968-69 1977-80 1982-83 2008-11 1969-71

19 40 21 42 29

351 727 299 564 560

1752 0 3562 0 1794 0 3482 0 4 2332

1752 3562 1794 3482 2336

92.2 89.1 85.4 82.9 80.6

Years Games Plays Rush Pass Total YPG

Mick McCall ROSS DAUSIN Bill Gower Jesse Lewis John Wristen

1975-78 2010- 1977-80 2008-11 1980-83

37 22 40 42 22

814 586 727 564 504

1687 2742 4429 114 3542 3656 3562 0 3562 3482 0 3482 -139 3283 3144

119.7 166.2 89.1 82.9 142.9

Joe Pannunzio Bart Stevens Frank Hester Kurt Enzminger Ray Brown

1978-81 1977-80 1964-67 1969-71 1974-76

25 18 40 29 28

570 374 513 560 433

278 2703 2981 97 2469 2566 2528 0 2528 4 2332 2336 2053 0 2053

119.2 142.6 63.2 80.6 73.3

RUSHING YARDS PER GAME (Min. 2 seasons played) Player

Years Games Att. Yards YPG

Matt Young Bill Gower Herman Heard Jesse Lewis Ray Brown

1968-69 1977-80 1982-83 2008-11 1974-76

19 40 21 42 28

351 727 299 564 433

1752 3562 1794 3482 2053

92.2 89.1 85.4 82.9 73.3

John Moore Frank Hester Al Brooks Jeff Patterson Jamaal Johnson

1970-71 1964-67 1967-69 1982-83 2008-11

20 40 27 21 40

318 513 407 240 311

1284 2528 1596 1151 1851

64.2 63.2 59.1 54.8 46.3

Years Games Att. Yards YPG

Bill Gower Jesse Lewis Frank Hester Ray Brown Jamaal Johnson

1977-80 2008-11 1964-67 1974-76 2008-11

40 42 40 28 40

727 564 513 433 311

3562 3482 2528 2053 1851

89.1 82.9 63.2 73.3 46.3

Herman Heard Wayne Harris Matt Young Mick McCall Al Brooks

1982-83 1971-74 1968-69 1975-78 1967-69

21 39 19 37 27

299 427 351 407 407

1794 1762 1752 1687 1596

85.4 45.2 92.2 45.6 59.1

Years Games Att. Comp. Yds YPG

ROSS DAUSIN John Wristen Bart Stevens Joe Pannunzio Nick Pannunzio

2010- 1980-83 1977-80 1978-81 1982-84

22 22 18 25 11

475 346 271 387 202

278 192 124 178 80

3542 3283 2469 2703 1011

161.0 149.2 137.2 108.1 91.9

Dan McMinimee Bob Berry Jim Nelson Kurt Enzminger Mick McCall

1982-84 1963-64 1972-73 1969-71 1975-78

14 18 20 29 37

222 258 335 462 407

78 123 129 190 150

1236 1477 1628 2332 2742

88.3 82.1 81.4 80.4 74.1

TOTAL PASSING YARDS

Years Games Att. Comp. Yds YPG

ROSS DAUSIN John Wristen Mick McCall Joe Pannunzio Bart Stevens

2010- 1980-83 1975-78 1978-81 1977-80

22 22 37 25 18

475 346 407 387 271

278 192 150 178 124

3542 3283 2742 2703 2469

161.0 149.2 74.1 108.1 137.2

Kurt Enzminger Colin Clancy Jim Nelson Bob Berry Mike Mooney

1969-71 2009 1972-73 1963-64 1965-68

29 11 20 18 24

462 270 335 258 237

190 148 129 123 96

2332 1711 1628 1477 1461

80.4 155.5 81.4 82.1 60.9

RECEPTIONS PER GAME (Min. 2 seasons played) Player

Years Games Rec. Yards RPG

John Trahan Corey Tolle Frank Grant JOSH SANDOVAL Clyde Kenebrew

1981-84 1979-80 1969-71 2010- 1974-76

32 20 29 21 28

127 66 94 56 70

2251 1708 1504 640 1332

4.0 3.3 3.2 2.7 2.5

Demetrius Gilmore Bob Murphy Dan Connors Herman Heard Rudy Wichmann

2008-09 1969-70 1970-73 1982-83 1967-67

20 19 40 21 20

49 44 92 47 43

503 612 1317 901 657

2.5 2.3 2.3 2.2 2.2

RECEPTIONS Player

TOTAL RUSHING YARDS Player

Player

Player

TOTAL OFFENSE Player

PASSING YARDS PER GAME (Min. 2 seasons played)

Years Games Rec. Yards RPG

John Trahan Frank Grant Dan Connors Roy Thomas Clyde Kenebrew

1981-84 1969-71 1970-73 1979-82 1974-76

32 29 40 39 28

127 94 92 72 70

2251 1504 1317 1167 1332

4.0 3.2 2.3 1.8 2.5

Corey Tolle Randy Eddy John Rees Tony Gradishar JOSH SANDOVAL

1979-80 1963-66 1979-81 1982-84 2010-

20 38 30 31 21

66 62 59 58 56

1708 848 797 766 640

3.3 1.6 2.0 1.9 2.7

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FOOTBALL RECORD BOOK top ten career records RECEIVING Yards PER GAME (Min. 2 seasons played) Player

Years Games Rec. Yards YPG

Corey Tolle John Trahan Frank Grant Clyde Kenebrew Herman Heard

1979-80 1981-84 1969-71 1974-76 1982-83

1708 2251 1504 1332 901

85.4 70.3 51.9 47.6 42.9

Anthony Flenoy 1977-78 20 39 733 Dan Connors 1970-73 40 92 1317 Rudy Wichmann 1967-67 20 43 657 Bob Murphy 1969-70 19 44 612 JOSH SANDOVAL 2010- 21 56 640

36.7 32.9 32.9 32.2 30.5

RECEIVING YARDS Player

20 32 29 28 21

66 127 94 70 47

70.3 85.4 51.9 47.6 32.9 29.9 42.9 22.3 26.6 24.7

POINTS SCORED PER GAME (Min. 2 seasons played) Player

Year

G

Herman Heard Kyle Major Corey Tolle Matt Young Jesse Lewis

1982-83 2008-11 1979-80 1968-69 2008-11

21 43 20 19 42

Kurt Enzminger Dan Cholas Bill Gower Frank Hester Mick McCall

1969-71 1964-65 1977-80 1964-67 1975-78

29 20 40 40 37

TD

2 146 0 0 0

0 54 0 0 0

170 308 108 96 210

3 15 29 28 26

66 5 6 0 0

19 0 0 0 0

141 95 180 168 156

TOTAL POINTS SCORED Player

Kyle Major Jesse Lewis Bill Gower Herman Heard Frank Hester

Years

G

2008-11 2008-11 1977-80 1982-83 1964-67

43 42 40 21 40

Mick McCall 1975-78 Mitch Johnson 1974-77 Kurt Enzminger 1969-71 Sheldon Anderson 1979-83 Jamaal Johnson 2008-11

37 38 29 40 40

XP FG Pts.

28 0 18 16 35

TD

Player

Years Att. Comp Int. Comp % Yards TD Rating

John Wristen ROSS DAUSIN Bart Stevens Joe Pannunzio Royal Hurst

1980-83 2010- 1977-80 1978-81 1974-75

346 475 271 387 114

192 278 124 178 52

9 10 19 25 16

55.5 58.5 45.7 46.0 45.6

3283 3542 2469 2703 777

26 28 22 22 10

154.8 136.4 135.1 110.5 103.7

Barry Loos Mick McCall Bob Berry Joe Vigil Kurt Enzminger

1969-70 1975-78 1963-64 2007-09 1969-70

144 65 407 150 258 123 104 58 462 190

8 28 19 6 22

45.1 36.9 47.7 55.8 41.1

822 9 2742 21 1477 10 497 2 2332 20

102.6 96.7 93.8 90.7 88.3

ALL PURPOSE YARDS Player

Years Games Rec. Yards YPG

John Trahan 1981-84 32 127 2251 Corey Tolle 1979-80 20 66 1708 Frank Grant 1969-71 29 94 1504 Clyde Kenebrew 1974-76 28 70 1332 Dan Connors 1970-73 40 92 1317 Roy Thomas 1979-82 39 72 1167 Herman Heard 1982-83 21 47 901 Randy Eddy 1963-66 38 62 848 John Rees 1979-81 30 59 797 Tony Gradishar 1982-84 31 58 766

PASSING EFFICIENCY (Min. 2 seasons played)

PPG 8.1 7.2 5.4 5.1 5.0 4.9 4.8 4.5 4.2 4.2

Years G Rush Rec Int. PR KR Yards YPG

Jesse Lewis 2008-11 Bill Gower 1977-80 Roy Thomas 1979-82 Frank Hester 1964-67 Herman Heard 1982-83

42 40 39 40 21

3482 3562 1444 2528 1794

542 148 1450 304 901

Willie Redmon 1965-67 John Trahan 1981-84 Frank Grant 1969-71 Jamaal Johnson 2008-11 Corey Tolle 1979-80

30 32 29 40 20

593 0 47 1851 38

562 40 100 1168 2463 82.1 2251 0 13 90 2354 73.6 1544 123 34 561 2309 79.6 253 0 0 82 2186 54.7 1717 0 140 235 2130 106.5

XP FG Pts.

146 0 6 2 0

54 0 0 0 0

308 210 180 170 168

26 0 3 0 19

0 85 66 89 0

0 21 19 17 0

156 148 141 140 114

PPG 7.2 5.0 4.5 8.1 4.2 4.2 3.9 4.9 3.5 2.8

0 0 33 0 0

248 0 96 99 0

4272 101.7 3710 92.8 3023 77.5 2931 73.3 2695 128.3

ALL PURPOSE YARDS PER GAME (Min. 2 seasons played) Player

Years G Rush Rec Int. PR KR Yards YPG

Herman Heard 1982-83 Corey Tolle 1979-80 Matt Young 1968-69 Jesse Lewis 2008-11 Bill Gower 1977-80

21 20 19 42 40

1794 38 1752 3482 3562

901 1717 267 542 148

Willie Redmon Frank Grant Roy Thomas Ray Brown John Trahan

30 29 39 28 32

593 47 1444 2053 0

562 40 100 1168 2463 1544 123 34 561 2309 1450 0 33 96 3023 73 0 0 0 2126 2251 0 13 90 2354

1965-67 1969-71 1979-82 1974-76 1981-84

INTERCEPTIONS Player

0 35 29 28 28

0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0

0 0 2695 128.3 140 235 2130 106.5 0 0 2019 106.3 0 248 4272 101.7 0 0 3710 92.8 82.1 79.6 77.5 75.9 73.6

Years Ints. Yards

Billy Baker Dickie Johnson Steve Chavez Chris Brown Bryan Webb

1977-80 1975-78 1966-67 2008-10 1981-83

15 12 10 10 10

105 148 197 132 105

Mark Keisling John Maurer Ken Whitehead Lee Meisner Alan Webster Rich Yonker Josh Costa Dan Barnes Jon Bailey

1969-70 10 1970-72 10 1978-81 9 2008-11 8 1971-74 8 1973-75 8 2008-11 8 1972-73 8 2008-11 8

98 94 103 138 126 125 93 82 69

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FOOTBALL RECORD BOOK top ten career records

TACKLES* (1964-84) Player

Dan DeRose Collon Kennedy Dale Cephers Dale Cresswell Rich Perea

Years Solo Assist Tackles

1981-83 1970-72 1978-81 1982-84 1979-82

160 191 109 149 112

255 173 212 171 195

415 364 321 320 307

Norm Fleischauer 1974-75 147 157 304 Dave Evans 1976-79 99 201 300 Mike Housh 1974-77 86 178 264 Paul Cassidy 1970-73 132 122 254 Lloyd Moore 1975-78 98 155 253 * Official NCAA Tackle rankings do not include seasons concluded prior to 2000.

TACKLES (2008-PRESENT) Player

Lee Meisner Grant Jansen Damon Schiele Jon Bailey Chase Vaughn

SACKS* Player

Grant Jansen Chase Vaughn Jerry McWilliams Lee Meisner Beau Martin * Sack statistics were not kept until 2008

TACKLES FOR LOSS* Player

KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE (Min. 1.2 Ret./Gm. & 10 GP) Player

Glen Printers Augustine Agyei Bryan Webb Willie Redmon Marquise Enoch

Years No. Yards TD

1973-74 2009 1981-83 1965-67 2009-10

25 27 39 47 26

851 696 1001 1168 628

2 1 2 3 1

KICKOFF RETURN YARDAGE Player

Dickie Johnson Willie Redmon Alan Webster Bryan Webb Glen Printers

Years No. Yards TD

1975-78 1965-67 1971-74 1981-83 1973-74

53 47 42 39 25

1278 1168 1056 1001 851

3 3 2 2 2

Avg. 34.0 25.8 25.7 24.9 24.2

Avg. 24.1 24.9 25.1 25.7 34.0

PUNT RETURN AVERAGE (Min. 1.2 Ret./Gm. & 10 GP)

Years Solo Assist Tackles

2008-11 2008-11 2009-11 2008-11 2008-09

141 65 62 77 65

197 102 99 72 65

338 167 161 149 130

Years Sacks Yds. Lost

2008-11 2008-09 2008-09 2008-11 2010

21.0 15.5 9.5 7.5 7.5

98 112 69 43 42

Player

JOSH SANDOVAL Markus Turner Glen Printers Dickie Johnson

Grant Jansen 2008-11 40.5 Chase Vaughn 2008-09 26.0 Lee Meisner 2008-11 26.0 Jerry McWilliams 2008-09 19.5 Jason Campbell 2009- 17.5 * Official NCAA Tackles for Loss statistics were not kept until 2008

158 162 90 86 58

2010- 2008-09 1973-74 1975-78

49 26 24 50

782 308 272 450

2 1 1 1

PUNT RETURN Yardage Player

JOSH SANDOVAL Alan Webster Dickie Johnson Markus Turner Glen Printers

Years No. Yards TD

2010- 1971-74 1975-78 2008-09 1973-74

49 45 50 26 24

782 470 450 308 272

2 1 1 1 1

PUNTING AVERAGE (Minimum 100 punts) Player

Years Tck. Yds. Lost

Years No. Yards TD

Mike Mooney Rich Perea Charles Rumsey John Maurer

Years No. Yards Blk

1965-68 1979-82 1975-78 1970-72

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172 203 177 212

6832 7786 6638 7718

4 2 2 2

Avg. 16.0 11.8 11.3 9.0

Avg. 16.0 10.4 9.0 11.8 11.3

Avg. 39.7 38.4 37.5 36.4

FOOTBALL RECORD BOOK RECEIVING YARDS

SINGLE SEASON TOP TEN

TOTAL OFFENSE Player

Ross Dausin Colin Clancy John Wristen Mick McCall Bart Stevens Ross Dausin Mick McCall Joe Pannunzio Jesse Lewis John Wristen

Year Games Plays Rush Pass Total YPG 2011 2009 1983 1977 1979

11 11 10 10 10

300 338 294 267 223

124 153 -78 815 171

1868 1711 1841 900 1508

1992 1864 1763 1715 1679

181.1 169.5 176.3 171.5 167.9

2010 1978 1981 2010 1982

11 10 10 10 8

286 246 334 176 171

-10 655 36 1391 -17

1674 879 1461 0 1358

1664 1534 1497 1391 1341

151.3 153.4 149.7 139.1 167.6

TOTAL RUSHING YARDS Player

Year Games Att. Yards YPG

Jesse Lewis Bill Gower Jesse Lewis Bill Gower Bill Gower Herman Heard Matt Young Frank Hester Jamaal Johnson Jesse Lewis

2010 1979 2009 1980 1978

10 10 11 10 10

176 214 165 210 226

1391 1103 1064 1058 1013

139.1 110.3 96.7 105.8 101.3

1983 1969 1965 2009 2011

10 9 10 11 11

160 200 120 129 167

1011 995 950 906 849

101.1 105.5 95.0 82.3 77.2

TOTAL PASSING YARDS Player

Ross Dausin John Wristen Colin Clancy Ross Dausin Bart Stevens Joe Pannunzio John Wristen Kurt Enzminger Jim Nelson Joe Pannunzio

RECEPTIONS Player

Frank Grant Dan Connors John Trahan John Trahan Roy Thomas Corey Tolle John Trahan John Rees Herman Heard Augustine Agyei

Year Games Att. Comp. Yds YPG 2011 1983 2009 2010 1979

11 10 11 11 10

236 203 270 239 142

143 115 148 135 74

1868 1841 1711 1674 1508

169.8 184.1 155.5 152.2 150.8

1981 1982 1971 1973 1980

10 8 10 10 10

242 121 274 174 108

110 68 115 71 47

1461 1358 1355 996 973

146.1 169.8 135.5 99.6 97.3

Year Games Rec. Yards RPG 1971 1972 1982 1983 1981

10 10 11 10 10

54 45 45 44 41

760 570 994 722 433

5.4 4.5 4.1 4.4 4.1

1979 1984 1981 1983 2009

10 10 10 10 11

37 37 35 34 34

912 528 410 583 547

3.7 3.7 3.5 3.4 3.1

Player

Year Games Rec. Yards YPG 1982 1979 1980 1971 1983

11 10 10 10 10

45 37 29 54 44

994 912 796 760 722

90.4 91.2 79.6 76.0 72.2

Anthony Flenoy Frank Grant Herman Heard Dan Connors Augustine Agyei

1978 1970 1983 1972 2009

10 10 10 10 11

28 32 34 45 34

616 613 583 570 547

61.6 61.3 58.3 57.0 49.7

XP FG Pts.

PPG

John Trahan Corey Tolle Corey Tolle Frank Grant John Trahan

TOTAL POINTS SCORED Player

Year 2011 2010 1983 2010 1982

11 11 10 10 11

G

TD

Mick McCall Jesse Lewis Joe Pannunzio Bill Gower Corey Tolle

1978 2009 1980 1980 1979

10 11 10 10 10

11 12 11 11 11

Kyle Major Kyle Major Herman Heard Jesse Lewis Herman Heard

0 0 14 14 14

43 48 2 0 0

22 16 0 0 0

109 96 86 84 84

6 0 2 2 0

0 0 0 0 0

72 72 68 68 66

9.9 8.7 8.6 8.4 7.6 7.2 6.5 6.8 6.8 6.6

PASSING EFFICIENCY Player

Year Att. Comp Int. Comp% Yards TD Rating 1982 1979 1978 2011 1983

121 68 142 74 98 50 236 143 203 115

2 11 3 4 7

56.2 52.1 51.0 60.6 56.7

1358 1508 879 1868 1841

13 14 9 16 12

182.6 158.4 150.5 146.1 145.4

Joe Pannunzio Ross Dausin Colin Clancy Barry Loos Bobby Washington

1980 2010 2009 1969 2008

108 48 239 135 148 270 88 42 161 72

9 6 8 6 3

44.4 56.5 54.8 47.7 44.7

973 10 1674 12 1711 14 560 7 906 2

134.0 126.9 119.2 113.8 104.7

John Wristen Bart Stevens Mick McCall Ross Dausin John Wristen

ALL PURPOSE YARDS Player

Year G Rush Rec Int. PR KR Yards YPG 1983 2010 2009 2009 1969

10 10 11 11 9

1011 1391 1064 17 995

583 62 318 547 140

0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 1 0

0 0 0 696 0

1594 1453 1382 1261 1135

159.4 145.3 125.6 114.6 126.1

Bill Gower Bill Gower Herman Heard Corey Tolle Bill Gower

1979 1980 1982 1979 1978

10 10 11 10 10

1103 24 1058 45 783 318 15 912 1013 72

0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 51 0

0 0 0 113 0

1127 1103 1101 1091 1085

112.7 110.3 100.1 109.1 108.5

Herman Heard Jesse Lewis Jesse Lewis Augustine Agyei Matt Young

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FOOTBALL RECORD BOOK SACKS*

SINGLE SEASON TOP TEN

INTERCEPTIONS Player

Year Ints. Yards

Steve Chavez Dickie Johnson Billy Baker Jeff Bell Bryan Webb Mark Keisling

TACKLES* (1964-84) Player

Norm Fleischauer Dan DeRose Dale Cresswell Collon Kennedy Dan DeRose

Player

1967 1978 1980 1982 1983 1969

7 6 6 6 6 6

126 83 39 47 22 16

1974 1983 1984 1972 1981

98 66 64 78 40

79 91 78 58 90

177 157 142 136 130

Dan DeRose 1982 54 74 128 Norm Fleischauer 1975 49 78 127 Collon Kennedy 1970 54 68 122 Dave Evans 1976 38 76 114 Bob Busia 1963 N/A N/A 114 * Official NCAA Tackle rankings do not include seasons concluded prior to 2000.

TACKLES* (2008-PRESENT) Player

Lee Meisner Lee Meisner Lee Meisner Beldy Nseka Chase Vaughn

Year Solo Assist Tackles 2010 2009 2011 2010 2009

50 45 29 27 37

74 45 58 43 33

124 90 87 70 70

2008 2010 2011 2010 2008 2011

10.5 7.5 7.0 7.0 6.0 5.5

73 42 46 28 25 40

KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE (Min. 1.2 Ret./Gm) Player

Year Solo Assist Tackles

Year Sacks Yds. Lost

Chase Vaughn Beau Martin Corey Orth Grant Jansen Grant Jansen Grant Jansen * Sack statistics were not kept until 2008

Glen Printers Willie Redmon Alan Webster Dickie Johnson Bryan Webb

Year No. Yards TD 1973 1967 1972 1978 1981

20 14 16 16 16

628 400 449 443 422

2 0 2 2 0

PUNT RETURN AVERAGE (Min. 1.2 Ret./Gm.) Player

Josh Sandoval Keno Aleman Scott Heitman Markus Turner Dickie Johnson

PUNTING AVERAGE Player

Brandon Kliesen Brandon Kliesen Mike Mooney Rich Perea Charles Rumsey Rich Perea

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Avg. 31.4 28.6 28.0 27.7 26.4

Year No. Yards TD

Avg.

Year No. Yards Blk

Avg.

2011 1968 1983 2008 1976

2010 2011 1968 1980 1976 1979

35 11 13 18 13

50 46 55 42 58 29

608 177 183 234 165

2158 1977 2345 1765 2351 1159

2 1 0 1 0

0 0 3 0 0 1

55.3 16.1 14.1 13.0 12.7

43.2 43.0 42.6 42.0 40.5 40.0

FOOTBALL RECORD BOOK INDIVIDUAL SEASON LEADERS

TOTAL OFFENSE Year Player 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 2008 2009 2010 2011

Plays Rush Pass Total YPG

Bob Berry (QB) Bob Berry (QB) Frank Hester (RB) Frank Hester (RB) Mike Mooney (QB) Al Brooks (RB) Matthew Young (RB) John Moore (RB) Kurt Enzminger (QB) Russ Leigh (QB) Jim Nelson (QB) Ray Brown (RB) Ray Brown (RB) Mick McCall (QB) Mick McCall (QB) Mick McCall (QB) Bart Stevens (QB) Joe Pannunzio (QB) Joe Pannunzio (QB) John Wristen (QB) John Wristen (QB) Nick Pannunzio (QB) Bobby Washinton (QB) Colin Clancy (QB) Ross Dausin (QB) Ross Dausin (QB)

143 165 121 175 179 165 203 178 305 152 220 134 125 225 267 246 223 199 334 171 294 230 219 338 286 300

RUSHING YARDS Year Player 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 2008 2009 2010 2011

Chet Foster Chet Foster Frank Hester Frank Hester Frank Hester Al Brooks Matthew Young John Moore John Moore Wayne Harris Benny Williams Ray Brown Ray Brown Ray Brown Mick McCall (QB) Bill Gower Bill Gower Bill Gower Roy Thomas Jeff Patterson Herman Heard Jason Johnson Brandon Gray Jesse Lewis Jesse Lewis Jesse Lewis

-38 -53 950 707 -172 832 995 769 -40 231 -119 693 550 248 815 655 171 265 36 -17 -78 275 3 153 -10 124

689 788 0 4 785 0 0 0 1355 315 996 0 0 580 900 879 1508 973 1461 1358 1841 724 906 1711 1674 1868

651 735 950 711 613 832 995 769 1315 546 877 693 550 828 1715 1534 1679 1238 1497 1341 1763 999 909 1864 1664 1992

81.4 73.5 95.0 71.1 61.3 83.2 110.6 76.9 131.5 54.6 87.7 77.0 78.6 75.3 171.5 153.4 167.9 123.8 149.7 167.6 176.3 99.9 129.9 169.5 151.3 181.1

PASSING YARDS Year Player 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 2008 2009 2010 2011

Bob Berry Bob Berry Chet Foster Tom Giasson Mike Mooney Ed Valdez Barry Loos Kurt Enzminger Kurt Enzminger Jim Nelson Jim Nelson Royal Hurst Mick McCall Mick McCall Mick McCall Mick McCall Bart Stevens Joe Pannunzio Joe Pannunzio John Wristen John Wristen Nick Pannunzio Bobby Washington Colin Clancy Ross Dausin Ross Dausin

Att. Comp. Int. Comp% Yds 123 135 78 95 125 132 88 102 274 161 174 69 53 123 133 98 142 108 242 121 203 174 161 270 239 236

RECEIVING YARDS Year Player

Att Yards Avg. TD

67 75 120 172 133 165 200 178 140 113 179 134 125 174 134 226 214 210 144 168 160 93 110 165 176 167

430 561 950 707 439 832 995 769 515 393 627 693 550 837 815 1013 1103 1058 575 818 1011 356 401 1064 1391 849

6.5 7.5 7.9 4.1 3.3 5.0 5.0 4.3 3.7 3.4 3.5 5.2 4.4 4.7 6.1 4.5 5.2 5.0 4.0 4.9 6.3 3.8 3.6 6.4 7.9 5.1

5 10 10 5 6 6 9 4 4 4 5 4 6 7 10 8 10 10 2 10 8 2 2 9 14 8

1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 2008 2009 2010 2011

Tony Sarno Randy Eddy Ron Halliburton Dick Brobst Rudy Wichmann Rudy Wichmann Bob Murphy Frank Grant Frank Grant Dan Connors Dan Connors Clyde Kenebrew Clyde Kenebrew Clyde Kenebrew Greg Groves Anthony Flenoy Corey Tolle Corey Tolle Roy Thomas John Trahan John Trahan John Trahan Aromous Robinson Augustine Agyei Bernard Jackson Josh Sandoval

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57 66 30 39 52 52 42 47 115 58 71 31 20 34 46 50 74 48 110 68 115 69 72 148 135 143

9 10 6 6 12 12 6 5 10 5 13 6 5 10 10 3 11 9 14 2 7 9 3 8 6 4

46.3 48.9 38.4 41.0 41.6 41.6 47.7 38.8 41.9 36.0 40.8 44.9 37.7 27.6 34.6 51.0 52.1 44.4 45.5 56.2 56.7 39.7 44.7 54.8 56.5 60.6

689 788 346 544 785 785 560 678 1355 632 996 434 383 580 900 879 1508 973 1461 1358 1841 724 906 1711 1674 1868

No. Yards Avg. TD 20 30 11 18 20 23 23 32 54 45 28 22 18 13 13 28 37 29 41 45 44 37 22 34 32 29

286 432 200 229 343 314 270 613 760 570 523 402 318 383 395 616 912 796 443 994 722 528 250 547 453 356

14.3 14.4 18.1 12.7 17.2 13.7 11.7 19.1 14.1 12.7 18.7 18.3 17.7 29.5 30.4 22.0 24.6 27.4 10.8 22.1 16.4 14.3 11.4 16.1 14.2 12.3

N/A 6 2 1 2 1 6 6 6 4 4 9 1 5 1 7 11 7 3 11 3 2 2 7 3 1

TD 4 6 4 6 6 6 7 8 9 5 6 5 1 7 4 9 14 10 12 13 12 4 8 14 12 16

FOOTBALL RECORD BOOK INDIVIDUAL SEASON LEADERS

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS Year Player 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 2008 2009 2010 2011

Chet Foster Randy Eddy Frank Hester Willie Redmon Willie Redmon Matthew Young Matthew Young Frank Grant Frank Grant Dan Connors Glen Printers Ray Brown Ray Brown Ray Brown Mick McCall Bill Gower Bill Gower Bill Gower Roy Thomas Herman Heard Herman Heard John Trahan Markus Turner Jesse Lewis Jesse Lewis Josh Sandoval

Rush Rec 430 210 950 333 92 757 995 0 50 0 0 693 550 810 815 1013 1103 1058 575 783 1011 0 36 1064 1391 0

0 432 82 139 237 127 140 613 760 570 0 4 30 39 0 72 24 45 443 318 583 528 179 318 62 356

Int. PR

0 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 158 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 85 0 0 9 0 0 163 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 234 0 0 608

KR Yards

0 0 0 368 400 0 0 198 0 0 628 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 187 0 0 0

430 642 1032 840 822 884 1135 820 810 570 949 697 580 849 815 1085 1127 1103 1018 1101 1594 528 636 1382 1453 964

SCORING Year Player 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1981 1982 1983 1984 2008 2009 2010 2011

N/A Chet Foster Frank Hester Frank Hester Frank Hester Matthew Young Matthew Young Kurt Enzminger Kurt Enzminger Del Bishop Del Bishop Clyde Kenebrew Ray Brown/Royal Hurst Mitch Johnson Mick McCall Mick McCall Corey Tolle Roy Thomas Herman Heard Herman Heard Matt Scranton Kyle Major Jesse Lewis Kyle Major Kyle Major

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TD XP

FG

Pts.

10 10 6 6 7 9 1 1 0 0 9 6 0 10 10 11 5 14 14 0 0 12 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 3 8 9 6 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 8 0 16 22

60 60 36 36 42 54 38 53 46 34 54 36 51 60 72 66 30 84 86 28 41 72 96 109

0 0 0 0 0 0 23 23 19 16 0 0 24 0 3 0 0 0 1 10 17 0 48 43

CSU-PUEBLO HONOR ROLL NAT’l COACH OF THE YEAR

2011 John Wristen (American Football Monthly) Hunter Hughes (FootballScoop.com Division II Coordinator of the Year)

REGION COACH OF THE YEAR

2011 John Wristen (AFCA) John Wristen (Don Hansen’s Football Gazette)

RMAC COACH OF THE YEAR 2011 John Wristen

NAT’L FOOTBALL FOUNDATION COACH OF THE YEAR 2011 John Wristen

LIBERTY MUTUAL NAT’L COACH OF THE YEAR FINALIST 2011 John Wristen

REGION PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2011 Lee Meisner (Daktronics – Defense)

RMAC PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2011 Lee Meisner (Defense) Kyle Major (Special Teams)

RMAC ACADEMIC PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2011 Lee Meisner

NAT’L FOOTBALL FOUNDATION PLAYER OF THE YEAR

2011

Lee Meisner, LB (1st – Don Hansen’s Football Gazette); (2nd – Daktronics); (2nd – D2Football.com); (3rd – AP Little All-America) Kyle Major, PK (2nd – Daktronics); (3rd – AP Little All-America); (3rd – ‘Beyond Sports’ College Network); (3rd – Don Hansen’s Football Gazette); (HM – D2Football.com) Mark Sterling, CB (1st – Don Hansen’s Football Gazette) Ryan Jensen, OT (2nd – Don Hansen’s Football Gazette) J.T. Haddan, OG (3rd – Don Hansen’s Football Gazette) Grant Jansen, DE (3rd – ‘Beyond Sports’ College Network) Koby Wittek, TE (HM – ‘Beyond Sports’ College Network) Stephan Dickens, CB (HM – ‘Beyond Sports’ College Network) Josh Sandoval, PR (HM – ‘Beyond Sports’ College Network)

ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA 1972 1973 1980 1983 2011

Collon Kennedy (second team) Jim Nelson (second team) Bill Gower (second team) Dan DeRose (first team) Lee Meisner (first team)

NAT’L FOOTBALL FOUNDATION SCHOLAR-ATHLETE 1983 Dan DeRose 2011 Lee Meisner (semifinalist)

HARLON HILL AWARD RMAC FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR REGIONAL FINALIST 2008 Grant Jansen, DL (Defense) (D-II PLAYER OF THE YEAR) 2010 Beau Martin, DL (Defense) 2011 Lee Meisner (Defense)

2011 J.B. Mathews, RB (Offense)

NJCAA ALL-AMERICANS 1957 1958 1960 1962

Joe Martines, Back (HM) Gordon Bell, TE (HM) Larry Tubaugh, OG (1st) John Hellard, TE (1st) Milton Banks, FB (HM)

ALL-AMERICANS 1965 1966 1969 1971 1974 1975 1979 1980 1982 2008 2010

Dave Reid, OL (HM) Sam Clay (HM) Jim Cain (HM) Greg Smith, OL Frank Grant, WR Glen Printers, DB/KR (AP) Kirk Brynjulson, LB (2nd) Bill Gower, RB (HM) Scott Gallas, OL (2nd) John Trahan, WR Jeff England, OL Chase Vaughn, DL (HM – Don Hansen’s Football Gazette) Jesse Lewis, RB (3rd – AP Little All-America); (3rd – Don Hansen’s Football Gazette)

2010 Jesse Lewis, RB 2011 Jesse Lewis, RB

ALL-REGION 2008 2010 2011

Chase Vaughn, DL (2nd – Don Hansen’s Football Gazette) Jesse Lewis, RB (1st – Don Hansen’s Football Gazette) (2nd – Daktronics) Lee Meisner, LB (1st – Daktronics) Grant Crunkleton, CB (1st – Daktronics) Lee Meisner, LB (1st –Daktronics); (1st – Don Hansen’s Football Gazette) Kyle Major, PK (1st – Daktronics); (1st – Don Hansen’s Football Gazette) Josh Sandoval, PR (1st – Daktronics) J.T. Haddan, OG (2nd – Daktronics); (1st – Don Hansen’s Football Gazette) Mark Sterling, CB (2nd – Daktronics); (1st – Don Hansen’s Football Gazette) Marquis McNeal, FB (1st – Don Hansen’s Football Gazette) Koby Wittek, TE (1st – Don Hansen’s Football Gazette) Ryan Jensen, OT (1st – Don Hansen’s Football Gazette)

Grant Jansen, DE (1st – Don Hansen’s Football Gazette) Josh Mack, DT (1st – Don Hansen’s Football Gazette) Brandon Kliesen, P (2nd – Don Hansen’s Football Gazette) Jesse Lewis, RB (2nd – Don Hansen’s Football Gazette) Stephan Dickens, CB (2nd – Don Hansen’s Football Gazette) Ross Dausin, QB (3rd – Don Hansen’s Football Gazette) Jason Campbell, LB (3rd – Don Hansen’s Football Gazette) Jonathan Jones, C (3rd – Don Hansen’s Football Gazette) Jon Bailey, S (3rd – Don Hansen’s Football Gazette)

CoSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT 2011 2010

Lee Meisner (first team) Lee Meisner (first team) Grant Jansen (second team) J.T. Haddan (third team)

CACTUS BOWL INVITE (D-II ALL-STAR GAME) 2009 Chase Vaughn, LB

NAT’L FOOTBALL FOUNDATION ALL-COLORADO 2008 2009 2010 2011

Chase Vaughn, DL (first team) Jesse Lewis, RB (first team) Chase Vaughn, LB (first team) Jamaal Johnson, RB (second team) J.T. Haddan, OG (second team) Jesse Lewis, RB (first team) Kyle Major, K (first team) Lee Meisner, LB (first team) Jamaal Johnson, RB (second team) Drew Swartz, OL (second team) Ryan Jensen, OL (second team) Damon Schiele, LB (second team) Jason Campbell, LB (second team) Grant Crunkleton, CB (second team) Grant Jansen, DL (second team) Ryan Jensen, OL (first team) J.T. Haddan, OL (first team) Lee Meisner, LB (first team) Stephan Dickens, DB (first team) Mark Sterling, DB (first team) Grant Jansen, DL (first team) Kyle Major, ST (first team) Jesse Lewis, RB (second team) Jonathan Jones, OL (second team) Corey Orth, DL (second team) Jon Bailey, DB (second team) Josh Sandoval, ST (second team)

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CSU-PUEBLO HONOR ROLL ALL-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE 1969 1970 1971 1976 1977 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983

Matthew Young, RB (1st) Gene Taylor, OG (1st) Frank Grant, SE (1st) Frank Grant, SE (1st) Scott Schoen, OT (1st) Kurt Enziminger, QB (1st) Collon Kennedy, LB (1st) Ray Brown, FB (1st) Archie Neil, DE (1st) Charles Rumsey, P (1st) Mitch Johnson, K (1st) Steve O’Dell, DL (2nd) Dean Koester, OT (1st) Bobbie Bryant, LB (1st) Mike Housh, DT (1st) Archie Neil, DE (1st) Mick McCall, QB (2nd) Mike Elm, DB (2nd) Bill Gower, FB (1st) Corey Tolle, SE (1st) Scott Gallas, C (1st) Rod Carlson, OG (1st) James Atkins, DT (1st) Wendell Burton, DE (1st) Rich Safonous, OG (2nd) Dale Cephers, LB (2nd) Billy Baker, DB (2nd) Corey Tolle, WR (1st) Rod Carlson, OG (1st) Scott Galas, c (1st) Bill Gower, RB (1st) John Wissing, DT (1st) Dale Cephers, LB (1st) Billy Baker, DB (1st) Roy Thomas, RB (2nd) Rich Perea, P (2nd) Dave Shaddy, DB (2nd) Sheldon Anderson, PK (HM) James Atkins, DT (HM) Joe Pannunzio, QB (HM) John Rees, WR (HM) Bart Stevens, QB (HM) John Rees, TE (1st) John Wristen, QB (1st) John Trahan, WR (1st) Jeff England, OL (1st) Craig Ward, DL (1st) Mark DeRose, LB (1st) Louis Florez, OL (2nd) Herman Heard, RB (2nd) Rich Perea, DL (2nd) Jeff Bell, DB (2nd) Tony Gradishar, TE (HM) Roy Thomas, WR (HM) Gene Tapia, OL (HM) Dan Stauss, OL (HM) Jeff Paterson, RB (HM) Dan DeRose, LB (HM) Dale Cresswell, LB (HM) John Trahan, WR (1st) Gene Tapia, OL (1st) Herman Heard, RB (1st) Dan DeRose, LB (1st) Bryan Webb, DB (1st)

1984 2008 2009 2010 2011

John Wristen, QB (2nd) Jeff Osterman, DL (2nd) Joe Taibi, DL (2nd) Tony Gradishar, TE (HM) Randy Drietz, OL (HM) Jeff England, OL (HM) Jeff Paterson, RB (HM) Scott Heitman, KR (HM) Greg Garner, DL (HM) Dale Cresswell, LB (HM) Scott Heitman, DB (HM) Lonnie Hampton, DB (HM) Scott Elizondo, DB (HM) John Trahan, WR (1st) Jeff Osterman, DL (2nd) Dale Cresswell, LB (2nd) Tony Gradishar, (HM) Frank O’Connor, (HM) Greg Garner, (HM) Chase Vaughn, DE (1st) Markus Turner, PR (2nd) Jerome Page, DB (3rd) Jesse Lewis, RB (1st) Chase Vaughn, LB (1st) Jerry McWilliams, DL (2nd) Lee Meisner, LB (3rd) Chris Brown, CB (3rd) Augustine Agyei, KR (3rd) Jamaal Johnson, RB (3rd) Lee Meisner, LB (1st) Jesse Lewis, RB (1st) Koby Wittek, TE (2nd) Ryan Jensen, OL (2nd) Drew Swartz, OL (2nd) Beau Martin, DE (2nd) Jason Campbell, OLB (2nd) Grant Crunkleton, CB (2nd) Jon Bailey, S (2nd) Kyle Major, K (2nd) Bernard Jackson, WR (3rd) J.T. Haddan, OL (3rd) Chris Brown, CB (3rd) Josh Costa, S (3rd) Jesse Lewis, RB (1st) Koby Wittek, TE (1st) Ryan Jensen, OL (1st) Grant Jansen, DE (1st) Lee Meisner, LB (1st) Stephan Dickens, CB (1st) Kyle Major, K (1st) Josh Sandoval, PR (1st) Ross Dausin, QB (2nd) J.B. Mathews, RB (2nd) Josh Mack, DT (2nd) Jason Campbell, LB (2nd) Mark Sterling, CB (2nd) Jon Bailey, S (2nd) Josh Costa, S (2nd) Brandon Kliesen, P (2nd) Josh Sandoval, WR (3rd) Paul Browning, WR (3rd) Louie Lozano, LB (3rd)

1973 1974 1975

Bobby Joe Simmons, LB (1st) Dan Connors, SE (1st) Mike Reppa, OT (1st) Glen Printers, DB (1st) Glen Printers, DB (1st) Norm Fleischauer, LB (1st) Kirk Brjnjulson, DE (1st) Clyde Kenebrew, SE (1st) Ray Brown, FB (1st) Tom Guinane, LB (1st) Doug Mason, DB (1st)

ACADEMIC ALL-RMAC 2009 2010 2011

Lee Meisner, LB (1st) Nick Sabye, OL (2nd) Grant Jansen, DL (2nd) Jon Bailey, DB (2nd) Jerry McWilliams, DL (honor roll) Roger Pfannenschmid, TE (honor roll) J.T. Haddan, OG (honor roll) J.T. Haddan, OG (1st) Grant Jansen, DE (1st) Lee Meisner, LB (1st) Jon Bailey, DB (1st) Roger Pfannenschmid, TE (2nd) Drew Swartz, OL (2nd) Taylor Kelly, OL (2nd) Troy Graham, QB (honor roll) Sebastian Trujillo, QB (honor roll) Josh Salazar, RB (honor roll) Nick Sabye, OL (honor roll) Ben Hicks, DL (honor roll) Sutton Richmond, LB (honor roll) Alex Rios, LB (honor roll) Brandon Kliesen, P (honor roll) J.T. Haddan, OL (1st) Grant Jansen, DL (1st) Lee Meisner, LB (1st) Jon Bailey, DB (1st) Jared Sperber, WR (2nd) Taylor Kelly, OL (2nd) Josh Costa, DB (2nd) Jon Kuzava, QB (Honor Roll) Scotland Coyle, OL (Honor Roll) Austin Payne, OL (Honor Roll) R.J. Trione, OL (Honor Roll) Nick Sabye, OL (Honor Roll) Drew Swartz, OL (Honor Roll) Ethan Ward, DL (Honor Roll) Louis Fisher, LB (Honor Roll) Brandon Kliesen (Honor Roll)

DRAFTED BY NFL TEAM 1973 Frank Grant (Washington) 1974 Glen Printers (San Diego) 1984 Herman Heard (Kansas City)

DRAFTED BY USFL TEAM 1984 Jeff England (Oklahoma Outlaws)

ALL-GREAT PLAINS ATHLETIC CONFERENCE 1972 Henry Huber, OG (1st) Collon Kennedy, LB (1st)

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THUNDERWOLVES IN THE PROS LEE MEISNER

FULLBACK • ATLANTA FALCONS (NFL)

• Signed to Free Agent Contract in 2012 (will take part in Falcons’ 2012 training camp) • First CSU-Pueblo player to get training camp invite since Herman Heard (1989, KC) • All-American Linebacker at CSU-Pueblo (2011) • Academic All-American (2011) • 2011 RMAC Defensive Player of the Year • 2011 Regional Defensive Player of the Year

CHASE VAUGHN

LINEBACKER • CALGARY STAMPEDERS (CFL)

• Signed to Free Agent Contract in 2012 • First CSU-Pueblo alum to play in the CFL since Herman Heard (1991) • All-American Defensive End at CSU-Pueblo (2008) • Two-time first-team All-RMAC selection

Former NFL Players NFL STRIKE PLAYERS 1973-78: Frank Grant CSU-Pueblo Receiver (1968-71) • Drafted by Washington Redskins in 1972 (13th round). Played with Washington from 1973-78 and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 1978. Earned Second-Team All-NFC honors from the UPI in 1976.

1984-89: Herman Heard CSU-Pueblo Running Back (1982-83) • Drafted by Kansas City Chiefs in 1984 (3rd round). Played with Kansas City from 1984-89. Started 49 games over six seasons, playing in one playoff game (1986). Played with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the CFL in 1991

In 1987, the National Football League’s players’ strike created opportunities for over 500 pro hopefuls. Three CSU-Pueblo alums played during the strike N.Y. Giants: Dan DeRose (@ CSUP 1981-83) – Giants’ Defensive Captain N.Y. Giants: Joe Taibi (@ CSUP 1982-84) Kansas City: John Trahan (@ CSUP 1981-84)

NON-NFL PRO-PLAYERS 1983: 1991-93:

Mark DeRose (@CSUP 1981-82) (USFL – Denver Gold) Craig Ward (@CSUP 1979-82) (USFL – Michigan Panthers) Myron Jefferson (@CSUP 1984)

NFL CAMP INVITEES

The following players were invited to an NFL/pro training camp. This list may be incomplete. Updates are recommended and encouraged. 1966 1966 1970 1974 1975 1976 1978 1979 1981 1983 1984 2010

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Dan Cholas (Denver) Marty Collins (Saskatchewan – CFL) Jim Cain (N.Y. Jets) Mike Reppa (Kansas City) Glen Printers (Dallas) Alan Webster (Kansas City) Del Bishop (Seattle) Mitch Johnson (Denver) Mick McCall (Detroit) Scott Gallas (Houston Oilers) Bill Gower (Philadelphia) Dan DeRose (Denver) Rich Perea (Denver) Jeff England (Dallas; Drafted by USFL) Jeff Patterson (Denver) John Wristen (Denver) Augustine Agyei (Cincinnati - Mini-camp)

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