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Hanover College FACTS Hanover College is a nationally ranked premier, private, liberal arts institution, overlooking the Ohio River. Location The town of Hanover is located in southeastern Indiana. Louisville is 45 miles away, Cincinnati, 70 miles, and Indianapolis, 95 miles. Campus Hanover College sits on 650 acres overlooking the Ohio River. There are 35 major buildings, characterized by Georgian architecture. Enrollment Hanover’s student body includes approximately 1,169 students and almost all live on campus. Faculty Ninety eight percent of Hanover’s faculty members hold doctorates or other terminal degrees. The student-faculty ratio is 11 to 1 and many faculty members reside on campus grounds, creating an academic community. Academic calendar Hanover operates on a 4-4-1 calendar. Students take four courses each during Fall and Winter Terms. May Term is devoted to a month of concentrated study on campus, internships, or off-campus programs. Areas of study Hanover offers 32 majors, including a designyour-own major, with core strengths in the sciences, education and business. More than one-third of our students go on to graduate and professional studies. Costs Direct student expenses for a year at Hanover, including tuition, room and board, are $41,450 for the 2013-2014 school year. The most current cost information is always available from the Office of Admission. Financial assistance Ninety six percent of Hanover’s students receive some form of financial assistance. College aid is available in the form of scholarships, grants, loans and campus employment. Hanover’s strong financial base supports its rank in the top 10 percent of the nation’s colleges on an endowment-per-student basis. Accreditation Hanover College is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools.

Post Office Box 108 Hanover, IN 47243 Phone: 812-866-6800 Fax: 812-866-6818 Web: hanover.edu/athletics facebook.com/hanoverpanthers twitter.com/hanoverpanthers For admissions information, please visit hanover.edu/admission

Hanover College 2013

Panther

FOOTBALL All Hanover College Athletics are proudly sponsored by:

Head Coach Steve Baudendistel

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Hanover Coaches Records

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Assistants 3 Administrative, Support Staff Hanover Panthers

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2012 Numerical Roster

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Season Preview

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Opponent Capsules

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Current Series Scores

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2012 Season Statistics

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Hanover Season Results

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Hanover in the Playoffs

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Hanover Individual Records

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Hanover Team Records

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Hanover MVPs & All-Americans

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New Outdoor Athletic Facilities

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Town Behind the Team

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Heartland Conference

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2013 Hanover College coaches Steve Baudendistel Head Coach The 2013 campaign marks Steve Baudendistel’s second as Hanover’s head coach. He guided the Panthers to a 6-4 record in his first season as a collegiate head coach, including a 6-2 mark and second-place finish in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference. A 2001 Hanover graduate, Baudendistel played wide receiver for the Panthers from 1997-2000 and served as an assistant on Hanover’s staff for nine seasons before taking reins of the program in February. Baudendistel guided the Panthers’ defensive backs for seven seasons, was linebackers coach for two seasons and worked as the program’s special teams coordinator for three seasons. He has coached two all-Americans, one conference most valuable player and a national interceptions leader.

In addition to his effort on the field, he also has served as Hanover’s recruiting coordinator for the past six seasons. His efforts have brought more than 200 athletes into the program in the last four years. Baudendistel, who earned a master’s degree in sports administration from Ball State University, returned to his alma mater after one season as receivers coach at Anderson University. Hanover posted a 37-7 record during Baudendistel’s playing career. The span included three Heartland Conference championships and three trips to the NCAA III national playoffs.

Hanover College coaches’ Records 2012-present Steve Baudendistel 2008- 2011: Joe Austin

6-4

1932-1942:

John Van Liew

17-22

1927-1931:

C.V. Money

8-23-5

174-89-2

1923-1926:

Orville Hall

12-20-2

1982-2007:

Wayne Perry

1977-1981:

Pete Compise

33-11-2

1921-1922:

R.J. Ferguson

4-9-1

1972-1976:

Rick Carter

36-11-0

1920:

Andy Norgen

0-5-1

1968-1971:

Jon Mayfield

16-20-0

1919:

Sylvester Paulus

0-6-1

1964-1967:

Wade Roby

12-24-1

1917-1918 Earl Miles

1-7-0

1963:

Carl Benhase

0-9-0

1915-1916:

G.L. Rider

2-9-0

1955-1962:

Leo Kelly

32-39-1

1912-1914:

A.S. Hotchkiss

6-10-0

1951-1954:

Raymond Struck

20-13-3

1911: Black

1-3-0

1949-1950:

Garland Frazier

10-6-2

1909-1910: E.L. Weber

3-7-0

1947-1948:

Jack Carl

13-3

1946:

Don Veller

4-3-0

No Games Played from 1943 to 1945

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40-46-2

1905-1908:

Jack L. Thompson

1899-1904: Marshall 1886-1898:

13- 8-3 11-16-4

Coaches Unknown 13-7-1

Ben Cullen

Pete Corrao

Cullen is in his second season at Hanover after two seasons as defensive coordinator and assistant head coach at Fort Lewis College (Colo.). He is a 1998 graduate of the University of Indianapolis and was a four-year starter for the Greyhounds.

A member of Hanover’s athletic hall of fame, Corrao was a four-year starter on the Panthers’ offensive line from 1972-75. He was an honorable mention all-American as a senior and a two-time all-conference selection. In the past, he has served as an assistant coach at the College of Holy Cross (Mass.), University of Dayton (Ohio) and Eastern Kentucky University.

Offensive Coordinator & Offensive Line Recruiting Area: Southern and Central Indiana

Prior to joining the staff at Fort Lewis, he was an assistant coach Marian University for three seasons and Anderson University for eight seasons. At Marian, Cullen helped launch the football program and worked as the Knights’ co-defensive coordinator and defensive line coach. He served as Anderson’s defensive coordinator for six seasons and also guided the Ravens’ defensive and offensive lines, defensive backs and linebackers.

Denny Dorrel

Defensive Coordinator & Defensive Line Recruiting Area: Southeastern Indiana, Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky A 2001 Hanover graduate, Dorrel is in his second season with the Panthers after serving four seasons as defensive coordinator at Marietta College (Ohio). Prior to his work with the Pioneers, he served two seasons as defensive coordinator and three seasons as defensive line coach at Thomas More College (Ky.). Dorrel was a four-year member of Hanover’s football team and earned all-Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference honors as a senior. He helped the Panthers post a 37-7 record from 1997-2000, including three HCAC championships and three trips to the NCAA III national playoffs.

Andre Nash

Quarterbacks Recruiting Area: Indianapolis, Louisville, and Dayton Nash is in his second season on the Panthers’ sidelines. A 2010 graduate of Muskingum University (Ohio), he comes to Hanover after two seasons as quarterbacks coach at his alma mater. He was a two-year starting quarterback for Muskingum and also worked two seasons as an assistant coach with the Muskies’ defensive backs and wide receivers.

Rashawn West

DEFENSIVE BACKS Recruiting Area: Northern Indiana, Kentucky and Florida West is in his second season with Hanover’s program after working three seasons leading the linebackers and defensive backs at Marietta College (Ohio). A 2008 graduate of Thomas More College (Ky.), he was a four-year starter in the Saints’ secondary and a three-time All-Presidents’ Athletic Conference selection.

Defensive Backs

Mike Dowell Running Backs

Dowell is in his fifth season with Hanover’s program. A veteran high school coach, Dowell served as head coach at nearby Madison High School from 2003-2006. In addition to his tenure at Madison, he previously worked as the offensive coordinator at Perry Meridian High School for two seasons and was defensive coordinator at Jennings County High School for one season. He also has worked on the offensive staffs at Franklin Central High School and Seeger High School.

Mike Foy Receivers

Foy has been a member of Hanover’s offensive staff since 1994. During his stint with the Panthers, he was instrumental in leading the squad to seven conference titles and six berths in the NCAA III national playoffs. Prior to becoming an assistant with Hanover’s program, Foy was a fouryear letterwinner as a blocking back at Anderson University. While at Anderson, Foy paved the way for two 1,000-yard rushers.

Bill Griffin Kickers

Griffin has been a fixture on the Hanover sidelines for the past 29 seasons. While covering numerous positions for the staff during his tenure, Griffin has been a part of eight conference championship squads, including seven national tournament appearances. He has continuously worked with the Panthers’ kicking game since the mid-1980s.

Andy Dalton Linebackers

Dalton is in his first season as an assistant coach with Hanover’s program after a stellar career as a linebacker for the Panthers from 2009-12. A four-time all-Heartland Conference selection, he led the team in tackles for three seasons and ranks fourth in school history with 423 stops.

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Administrative & Support Staff Sue DeWine President Dr. Sue DeWine became the 15th president of Hanover College, July 1, 2007. As the former provost of Marietta College (Ohio), DeWine has extensive experience as an administrator, fund-raiser and communication consultant. DeWine was a professor at Ohio University from 1985-2000 in organizational communication and research and consulting. She served as director of the School of Interpersonal Communication from 1988-2000. She received an award for scholarship, teaching and leadership and an award for dedication to excellence and acceptance of diversity, vision and forthrightness from the National Communication Association. She has served as a consultant to Fortune 500 companies, government, and educational institutions. A well-published author, she has written more than 60 communication-oriented books and articles. DeWine earned a doctorate in communication and counseling psychology from Indiana University in 1977. She received a master’s in rhetoric and public address from Miami University (Ohio) in 1967 and a bachelor’s degree in English and speech education from Miami in 1966.

Lynn Hall Athletic Director Lynn Hall is in her 15th year as Hanover’s director of athletics. Under her leadership, the Hanover’s athletic program has continued to thrive, with both the men’s and women’s programs winning Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference all-sports awards. A 1982 Hanover graduate, Hall was the head coach for the Panthers’ volleyball program from 1987 to 1998. She was able to build an outstanding volleyball tradition, win three conference championships and be named league coach of the year three times. She is a past member of the NCAA Division III National Volleyball Committee. In addition to her administrative work with athletics, she also serves as a faculty member in the exercise science department. Sports Information Carter Cloyd Press Box Phone: (812) 866-7347 Office Phone: (812) 866-7010 E-Mail: cloyd@hanover.edu Fax: (812) 866-7057 Athletic Trainer Tony Carlton, ATC Office Phone: (812) 866-7378 Fax: (812) 866-7380 E-Mail: carlton@hanover.edu

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Team Physician Dr. Peter Maiers II, Orthopedic Surgeon Methodist Sports Medicine, Indianapolis, Ind. Student Support Staff Coty Johnson, Jr. Matt Ryan, Sr. Lauren Striff, So.

2013 Hanover College PANTHERS

1 Vince Peiffer

2 Wes Rittman

3 Austin Pyles

4 Max Goodin

5 Erik Mann

6 Sam Louis

7 Dylan Dunlop

7 Layne Taylor

8 Derek Dozier

9 Riley Deckard

Jr. 6-2 224 LB Trafalgar, Ind. Indian Creek

Jr. 5-10 184 DB Curley Miami, Fla.

So. 6-2 209 QB Clarksville H.S. Clarksville, Ind.

Sr. 5-8 153 K/P Palmetto Miami, Fla.

Fr. 6-0 213 WR Pendleton County Falmouth, Ky.

Fr. 5-6 165 RB Silver Creek Sellersburg, Ind.

Jr. 5-11 160 DB Mooresville H.S. Mooresville, Ind.

So. 5-11 232 RB Eastern Louisville, Ky.

So. 5-11 153 K/P Atherton Louisville, Ky.

Fr. 5-10 194 LB Ritter Indianapolis, Ind.

10 Gunnar Ranard

11Tanner Parker

11Cody Hatfield

13 Josh Green

14 Adam Gutermuth

16 Dexter Britt

17 Trent Downs

17 Dontre Woodruff

18 Robert Klotz

19 Joey Monje

Fr. 5-10 187 QB Owen Valley Spencer, Ind.

Sr. 6-0 181 QB Male Louisville, Ky.

Jr. 511 181 QB Greencastle H.S. Greencastle, Ind.

S0. 5-9 191 QB Carroll County Carrollton, Ky.

Fr. 6-1 179 LB Harrison H.S. Harrison, Ohio

Fr. 5-9 185 WR North Hardin Radcliff, Ky.

Jr. 6-0 210 K/P Mentone Grammar Beaumaris, Australia

Sr. 5-10 191 WR Oak Hills Cincinnati, Ohio

Fr. 5-11 173 QB Whiteland H.S. Whiteland, Ind.

Fr. 5-8 155 DB Neah Bay H.S. Neah Bay, Wash.

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2013 Hanover College PANTHERS

20 Jared Richardson

21Riley Billieu

21Ricky Windell

22 Tomothy Sutton

23Corey Finch

24 Matt McConnell 25 C.J. Taylor

26 Nathan Freese

27 J.T. Silvers

29 Jamal Edwards

So. 5-9 165 DB North Miami Denver, Ind.

Sr. 5-10 180 DB Trinity Buckner, Ky.

Jr. 5-8 196 RB Lutheran Indianapolis, Ind.

30 Derrick Worden

31Eric O’Risky

Sr. 5-9 187 DB Lewis Cass Galveston, Ind.

34 Spencer Corrao Jr. 5-10 202 RB Providence Clarksville, Ind.

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Fr. 6-0 215 K/P Greensburg H.S. Greensburg, Ind.

Fr. 6-0 165 DB North Posey Evansville, Ind.

35 Justin Magaw

Jr. 5-10 202 LB King’s Academy West Palm Beach, Fla.

Fr. 6-1 179 WR Delphi Camden, Ind.

So. 5-11 181 DB Conner Senior Hebron, Ky.

32 Dillon Futrell Sr. 5-11 214 DL Trinity Louisville, Ky.

36 Colin Alexander Sr. 5-9 180 DB North Central Indianapolis, Ind.

Jr. 5-9 214 RB Valley Hopewell, N.J.

Fr. 6-2 177 WR Mount Vernon H.S. Mount Vernon, Ind.

33 C.D. Spight

Fr. 5-10 203 RB Clark Winchester, Ky.

37Jordan Willenborg Fr. 5-6 212 RB Holy Cross Louisville, Ky.

So. 5-9 204 RB Clarksville H.S. Clarksville, Ind.

Jr. 5-6 150 DB North Central Indianapolis, Ind.

Fryman33 Hunter Sinkhorn Fr. 5-8 180 DB Scott County Georgetown, Ky.

38 Justin Baldwin

Jr. 6-0 190 LB Jennings County North Vernon, Ind.

40 Ethan Waltz

41 Charles Snodgrass

42 Brandon Foster

43 Ryan Martin

44 John Holtkamp

45 Adam Mitchell

46 John Fawbush

47 Tucker Schultz

48 T.J. Gerking

49 Zach Burkhardt

Sr. 5-11 194 LB Indian Creek Trafalgar, Ind.

So. 5-6 197 LB Eastern Louisville, Ky.

50 R.J. Beitz

Sr. 5-11 239 OL Shelby County Simpsonville, Ky.

55 Quintin Stubbs-Lee Fr. 5-6 293 DL Brownsburg H.S. Brownsburg, Ind.

So. 5-10 197 LB Indian Creek Trafalgar, Ind.

Fr. 5-9 208 RB Trinity Louisville, Ky.

51 Kain Grose

Fr. 6-1 244 LB Hagerstown H.S. Hagerstown, Ind.

56 Ryan Hahn

Jr. 5-11 268 OL Highlands Fort Thomas, Ky.

Sr. 5-10 221 LB Gibson Southern Haubstadt, Ind.

Fr. 6-0 177 LB Culver H.S. Culver, Ind.

5 2 Zach Hart Fr. 6-2 222 LB Western Hills Waddy, Ky.

5 7 Morgan Morrison Fr. 5-8 186 LB Indian Creek Nineveh, Ind.

Fr. 5-9 226 LB Greensburg H.S Greensburg, Ind.

So. 5-10 203 LB Danville H.S. Danville, Ind.

53 Trent Taylor

Fr. 5-9 197 LB Trimble County Milton, Ky.

58 Trafton Holder Jr. 5-10 251 OL South Oldham Crestwood, Ky.

Jr. 5-11 236 DL Roncalli Indianapolis, Ind.

So. 5-8 206 LB Anderson H.S. Anderson, Ind.

54 Juan Sanchez

Fr. 5-9 215 LB Pendleton County Butler, Ky.

59 Nick Willson

Jr. 5-11 239 OL Macon County Lafayette, Tenn.

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2013 Hanover College PANTHERS

60 David McVey

61 Ethan Hopkins

62 Ethan Roell

64 Kyle Babb

65 Zac Newkirk

66 Dakotah Norman

67 Joe Sander

68 Jared Schall

69 Caleb Williams

70 Jake Fries

Jr. 6-3 256 OL Catholic Lexington, Ky.

Fr. 5-10 278 OL Batavia H.S. Batavia, Ohio

71 Jacob Porter Sr. 6-1 273 DL Lone Oak Paducah, Ky.

76 Tim McBride Jr. 6-6 323 OL Glen Este Cincinnati, Ohio

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Fr. 6-6 259 OL Lutheran Indianapolis, Ind.

Sr. 6-1 289 OL Cathedral Indianapolis, Ind.

72 Austin Duncan Jr. 6-5 300 OL Eastern Pekin, Ind.

77 Nick Wittrock Fr. 6-3 333 OL Oak Hills Cincinnati, Ohio

Fr. 5-10 259 OL Harrison H.S. Harrison, Ohio

So. 5-10 257 OL Speedway H.S. Speedway, Ind.

73 Graham Denning

Fr. 6-0 260 OL Perry Meridian Indianapolis, Ind.

78 Josh Pare

So. 5-11 320 DL Central Corydon, Ind.

So. 5-10 234 OL Pendleton Heights Pendleton, Ind.

Jr. 6-2 244 OL Forest Park Birdseye, Ind.

74 Kevin Schlenker Jr. 6-1 303 OL Anderson H.S. Anderson, Ind.

79 Chris Cummins Fr. 6-0 328 DL Alpena H.S. Alpena, Mich.

Fr. 5-11 291 OL Mooresville H.S. Mooresville, Ind.

Jr. 6-0 297 OL Ben Davis Indianapolis, Ind.

75 Austin Winchester Fr. 6-2 259 OL Whiteland Greenwood, Ind.

80 Austin Butler

Fr. 5-11 197 WR Cascade Clayton, Ind.

81 Luke Karnick

82 Shane Ploege

83 Austin Pfenninger

84 Alex Freeman

85 Chris Neidlinger

86 Derrick Harter

87 Chris Amstutz

88 Randy Koch

90 Wesley Hill

91 Adam Goepfrich

Jr. 6-6 210 TE Cathedral Indianapolis, Ind.

Fr. 5-10 173 WR North Harrison Georgetown, Ind.

92 Kevin Scholz

Fr. 5-10 165 LB Oak Hills Cincinnati, Ohio

Fr. 6-4 185 WR Greensburg H.S. Greensburg, Ind.

Fr. 6-1 179 WR Saint Xavier Louisville, Ky.

93 William Coy So. 6-0 238 DL Harrison Evansville, Ind.

Fr, 5-7 160 WR Carmel H.S. Carmel, Ind.

So. 5-11 162 WR East Central Saint Leon, Ind.

94 Tom Call

Sr. 6-0 215 DL Klein Oak Spring, Texas

Jr. 6-2 274 217 Garrard County Lancaster, Ky.

DL. 5-10 276 DL Tipton H.S. Tipton, Ind.

95 John Marvel

Fr. 5-8 255 DL Connersville H.S. Connersville, Ind.

Fr. 6-0 171 WR West Vigo West Terre Haute, Ind.

Fr. 5-11 166 K/P Jasper H.S. Jasper, Ind.

98 Ben Wheeler

Fr. 6-0 173 K/P Center Grove Greenwood, Ind.

99 Jake Stilwell

So. 5-10 233 DL Pendleton Heights Pendleton, Ind.

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2013 Hanover College FootbalL Roster 1 Vince Peiffer 2 Wes Rittman 3 Austin Pyles 4 Max Goodin 5 Erik Mann 6 Sam Louis 7 Dylan Dunlop 7 Layne Taylor 8 Derek Dozier 9 Riley Deckard 10 Gunnar Ranard 11 Tanner Parker 11 Cody Hatfield 13 Josh Green 14 Adam Gutermuth 16 Dexter Britt 17 Trent Downs 17 Dontre Woodruff 18 Robert Klotz 19 Joey Monge 20 Jared Richardson 21 Riley Billieu 21 Ricky Windell 22 Timothy Sutton 23 Corey Finch 24 Matt McConnell 25 C.J. Taylor 26 Nathan Freese 27 J.T. Silvers 29 Jamal Edwards 30 Derrick Worden 31 Eric O’Risky 32 Dillon Futrell 33 C.D. Spight 33 Hunter Fryman-Sinkhorn 34 Spencer Corrao 35 Justin Magaw 36 Colin Alexander 37 Jordan Willenborg 38 Justin Baldwin 40 Ethan Waltz 41 Charles Snodgrass 42 Brandon Foster 43 Ryan Martin 44 John Holtkamp 45 Adam Mitchell 46 John Fawbush 47 Tucker Schultz 48 T.J. Gerking 49 Zach Burkhardt

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6-2 6-2 6-0 5-11 5-11 5-10 5-8 5-6 5-11 5-10 5-10 5-11 6-1 6-0 5-11 6-0 5-9 5-9 5-10 5-8 5-9 6-0 6-1 5-9 5-9 5-10 5-8 5-11 6-2 5-6 5-9 6-0 5-11 5-10 5-8 5-10 5-10 5-9 5-6 6-0 5-11 5-10 5-10 5-9 5-11 5-6 5-9 6-0 5-10 5-8

224 209 213 160 153 184 153 165 232 194 187 181 179 210 173 181 191 185 191 155 165 215 179 214 204 180 196 181 177 150 187 165 214 203 180 202 202 180 212 190 194 197 221 226 236 197 208 177 203 206

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

LB Trafalgar, Ind. (Indian Creek) QB Clarksville, Ind. (H.S.) WR Falmouth, Ky. (Pendleton County) DB Mooresville, Ind. (H.S.) K/P Louisville, Ky. (Atherton) DB Miami, Fla. (Curley) K/P Miami, Fla. (Palmetto) RB Sellersburg, Ind. (Silver Creek) RB Louisville, Ky. (Eastern) LB Indianapolis, Ind. (Ritter) QB Spencer, Ind. (Owen Valley) QB Greencastle, Ind. (H.S.) LB Harrison, Ohio (H.S.) K/P Beaumaris, Australia (Mentone Grammar) QB Whiteland, Ind. (H.S.) QB Louisville, Ky. (Male) QB Carrollton, Ky. (Carroll County) WR Radcliff, Ky. (North Hardin) WR Cincinnati, Ohio (Oak Hills) DB Neah Bay, Wash. (H.S.) DB Denver, Ind. (North Miami) K/P Greensburg, Ind. (H.S.) WR Camden, Ind. (Delphi) RB Hopewell, N.J. (Valley) RB Clarksville, Ind. (H.S.) DB Buckner, Ky. (Trinity) RB Indianapolis, Ind. (Lutheran) DB Hebron, Ky. (Conner Senior) WR Mount Vernon, Ind. (H.S.) DB Indianapolis, Ind. (North Central) DB Galveston, Ind. (Lewis Cass) DB Evansville, Ind. (North Posey) DL Louisville, Ky. (Trinity) RB Winchester, Ky. (Clark) DB Georgetown, Ky. (Scott County) RB Clarksville, Ind. (Providence) LB West Palm Beach, Fla. (King’s Academy) DB Indianapolis, Ind. (North Central) RB Louisville, Ky. (Holy Cross) LB North Vernon, Ind. (Jennings County) LB Trafalgar, Ind. (Indian Creek) LB Trafalgar, Ind. (Indian Creek) LB Haubstadt, Ind. (Gibson Southern) LB Greensburg, Ind. (H.S.) DL Indianapolis, Ind. (Roncalli) LB Louisville, Ky. (Eastern) RB Louisville, Ky. (Trinity) LB Culver, Ind. (H.S.) LB Danville, Ind. (H.S.) LB Anderson, Ind. (H.S.)

50 R. J. Beitz 51 Kain Grose 52 Zach Hart 53 Trent Taylor 54 Juan Sanchez 55 Quintin Stubbs-Lee 56 Ryan Hahn 57 Morgan Morrison 58 Trafton Holder 59 Nick Willson 60 David McVey 61 Ethan Hopkins 62 Ethan Roell 64 Kyle Babb 65 Zac Newkirk 66 Dakotah Norman 67 Joe Sander 68 Jared Schall 69 Caleb Williams 70 Jake Fries 71 Jacob Porter 72 Austin Duncan 73 Graham Denning 74 Kevin Schlenker 75 Austin Winchester 76 Tim McBride 77 Nick Wittrock 78 Josh Pare 79 Chris Cummins 80 Austin Butler 81 Luke Karnick 82 Shane Ploeger 83 Austin Pfenninger 84 Alex Freeman 85 Chris Neidlinger 86 Derrick Harter 87 Chris Amstutz 88 Randy Koch 90 Wesley Hill 91 Adam Goepfrich 92 Kevin Scholz 93 William Coy 94 Tom Call 95 John Marvel 98 Ben Wheeler 99 Jake Stilwell

5-11 6-1 6-2 5-9 5-9 5-6 5-11 5-8 5-10 5-11 6-3 6-6 5-10 5-10 5-11 5-10 6-1 5-10 6-2 6-0 6-1 6-5 6-0 6-1 6-2 6-6 6-3 5-11 6-0 5-11 6-6 6-4 5-7 6-2 6-0 5-10 6-1 5-11 5-10 5-11 5-10 6-0 6-0 5-8 6-0 5-10

239 244 222 197 215 293 268 186 251 239 256 259 259 234 291 278 289 257 244 297 273 300 260 303 259 323 333 320 328 197 210 185 160 217 171 173 179 162 276 166 165 238 215 255 173 233

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

OL Simpsonville, Ky. (Shelby County) LB Hagerstown, Ind. (H.S.) LB Waddy, Ky. (Western Hills) LB Milton, Ky. (Trimble County) LB Butler, Ky. (Pendleton County) DL Brownsburg, Ind. (H.S.) OL Fort Thomas, Ky. (Highlands) LB Nineveh, Ind. (Indian Creek) OL Crestwood, Ky. (South Oldham) OL Lafayette, Tenn. (Macon County) OL Lexington, Ky. (Catholic) OL Indianapolis, Ind. (Lutheran) OL Harrison, Ohio (H.S.) OL Pendleton, Ind. (Pendleton Heights) OL Mooresville, Ind. (H.S.) OL Batavia, Ohio (H.S.) OL Indianapolis, Ind. (Cathedral) OL Speedway, Ind. (H.S.) OL Birdseye, Ind. (Forest Park) OL Indianapolis, Ind. (Ben Davis) DL Paducah, Ky. (Lone Oak) OL Pekin, Ind. (Eastern) OL Indianapolis, Ind. (Perry Meridian) OL Anderson, Ind. (H.S.) OL Greenwood, Ind. (Whiteland) OL Cincinnati, Ohio (Glen Este) OL Cincinnati, Ohio (Oak Hills) DL Corydon, Ind. (Central) DL Alpena, Mich. (H.S.) WR Clayton, Ind. (Cascade) TE Indianapolis, Ind. (Lutheran) WR Greensburg, Ind. (H.S.) WR Carmel, Ind. (H.S.) TE Lancaster, Ky. (Garrard County) WR West Terre Haute, Ind. (West Vigo) WR Georgetown, Ind. (North Harrison) WR Louisville, Ky. (St Xavier) WR Saint Leon, Ind. (East Central) DL Tipton, Ind. (H.S.) K/P Jasper, Ind. (H.S.) LB Cincinnati, Ohio (Oak Hills) DL Evansville, Ind. (Harrison) DL Spring, Texas (Klein Oak) DL Connersville, Ind. (H.S.) K/P Greenwood, Ind. (Center Grove) DL Pendleton, Ind. (Pendleton Heights)

Head Coach: Steve Baudendistel Defensive Coordinator: Denny Dorrel Offensive Coordinator: Ben Cullen Assistant Coaches: Pete Corrao (Defensive Backs), Andy Dalton (Linebackers), Mike Dowell (Running Backs), Mike Foy (Receivers), Bill Griffin (Kickers), Andre Nash (Quarterbacks) & Rashawn West (Defensive Backs)

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2013 Hanover College Season Preview Regeneration will be the challenge for Hanover College’s football squad as the Panthers look to remain among the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference’s top programs. Hanover has captured second place in the Heartland Conference standings for three consecutive seasons and seeks to improve on a 6-4 finish in 2012. Second-year head coach Steve Baudendistel’s squad returns 50 letterwinners and 19 starters from last season’s team, which posted six straight league wins midseason to finish with a 6-2 HCAC record. The Panthers, however, must replace sweeping losses to its receiving corps and key members of the defensive unit while battling through two daunting non-conference opponents and a competitive league slate. Senior quarterback Dexter Britt and junior running back Spencer Corrao will lead an offensive unit which returns seven starters, but must replace more than 60 percent of its yardage production. Britt, marking his third season as the Panthers’ starter, was a second-team allHeartland Conference selection last season after leading the HCAC in total offense with 282.4 yards per game. He also paced the conference’s quarterbacks with 260.4 passing yards per contest by completing 236-of-354 passes for 2,604 yards and a career-high 31 touchdowns. He amassed 2,824 total yards last season to boost his career total to 5,388 and enters the season nearly 2,500 yards from cracking the College’s top five.

Britt and Corrao will lead Hanover’s rushing attack, which averaged nearly 140 yards per contest last season, but the effort will benefit from the continued improvement from juniors Tim Sutton and C.J. Taylor. Corrao had a break-out season in 2012, earning first-team all-HCAC honors after pacing the Panthers’ backfield with 781 yards and eight touchdowns. Britt rushed 105 times for 220 yards and six touchdowns. Sutton gained 174 yards and averaged 5.4 yards per attempt last fall. Taylor posted 85 yards and a touchdown in limited action. The Panthers’ receiving corps must replace six of eight players who caught passes last season, accounting for nearly 90 percent of group’s yardage. The biggest challenge will be finding the hands to replace graduated all-American Daniel Passafiume, who received a diploma last spring. In addition to the degree, Passafiume left campus with Hanover’s career records for receptions (344), receiving yards (3,485) and receiving touchdowns (39). He was also the second-leading scorer in school history with 257 points. Corrao snagged 26 pass receptions for 230 yards and two scores last fall, but Sutton is the only other returning player who caught a pass last season. He had five receptions for 85 yards. The vacancies in the receiving corps have created opportunities for a large group of players to earn playing time. Senior Robert Klotz, junior Alex Freeman and classmate Tanner Parker, a converted quarterback,

headline the prospects, which also include junior Will Sweet and sophomore Randy Koch. All of these players are looking to catch their first collegiate pass. As the passing game seeks to maintain its level of production, the effort will be aided by a seasoned offensive line. The Panthers’ front five returns intact, led by secondteam all-Heartland Conference center Ryan Hahn, and also features returning reserves at each slot. A two-year starter at center, Hahn anchors a group which helped Hanover generate 412.4 yards per game last season, including 272.9 through the air. Hahn will be again flanked by three-year letterwinner Joe Sander and junior Trafton Holder, who filled the guard slots last season. Juniors Caleb Williams and Kevin Schlenker each logged extensive minutes at tackle the past two seasons, including 20 consecutive starts by Schlenker. Hanover’s defensive unit returns nine starters, but suffered key losses with the departure of four-time all-conference linebacker Andy Dalton (423 career tackles) and lineman Ajani Jones (58 tackles, nine sacks). The Panthers, however, return multiple productive veterans in the front, linebacking corps and secondary. Senior Brandon Foster and junior Justin Magaw will lead the attack from their linebacker positions.

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Gerking each tallied seven tackles during their first college season. Eight returning players give depth to the Panthers’ secondary, which is led by seniors Matt McConnell and Derrick Worden. McConnell had 61 tackles and three interceptions last season, while Worden posted 28 stops and an interception. Senior Colin Alexander, classmate Sam Louis and junior Jamal Edwards return to the defensive backfield. Alexander returns to safety, where he racked up 40 tackles and an interception in 2012. Louis notched 32 tackles with an interception. Edwards totaled 29 tackles and led Hanover with five pass deflections last fall. Hanover returns three starters in the trenches, including juniors Tom Call and John Holtkamp, along with sophomore Jake Stillwell.

Foster was a second-team all-HCAC selection last season and was third on the Panthers’ defense with 61 tackles. He had 7.5 tackles for loss, including one sack, and also blocked a point-after attempt. Magaw finished with 73 stops, including 8.5 tackles for loss, two interceptions and a pair of fumble recoveries. Junior Vince Peiffer is the front-runner for the third linebacker slot, but will be pushed for playing time by sophomores Zach Burkhardt and T.J. Gerking. Peiffer netted 27 tackles last season, including 3.5 tackles for loss. Burkhardt and

Call, a defensive end, earned honorable mention all-Heartland Conference honors last fall after notching 39 tackles with 8.5 tackles for loss and 2.5 sacks. He also forced one fumble. Junior Dillon Futrell and sophomore Charles Snodgrass will bid for the end slot opposite Call. Futrell registered nine stops and a sack in 2012, while Snodgrass saw limited action.

Caleb Williams, senior Dylan Dunlop and junior Josh Green provide experience for Hanover’s kicking game. Williams handled the bulk of the Panthers’ kick-off duties in 2012, averaging more than 56 yards per kick.

Stillwell and Holtkamp return to their positions along the interior.

Dunlop returns as the Panthers’ placekicker. He nailed his only field goal attempt last season and has connected on 15-20 in his career, including a 42-yarder as a sophomore.

Stillwell totaled 46 tackles, including 11.5 tackles for loss and 8.5 sacks in his first collegiate season. Holtkamp had 18 tackles, with a pair of tackles for loss, and also paced the Panthers’ linemen with three pass deflections.

Green, an Australian Rules Football and lacrosse player, averaged nearly 40 yards per punt in 2012 during his first season in American football. He had six boots of 50 yards or farther, with eight landing inside the 20-yard-line.

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2013 Hanover College Opponent Capsules Illinois College Community Day Sept. 7, Hanover, Ind. 1:30 p.m., L.S. Ayres Field Illinois College leads series 4-1 Last Meeting: Illinois College, 51-28 (2012) Location: Jacksonville, Illinois Founded: 1829 Enrollment: 950 President: Axel D. Steuer Athletic Director: Gale Vaughn Sports Information: Matt Wing Web Site: www.illinoiscollegeathletics.com Nickname Blueboys Colors: True Blue and White Stadium: England Stadium Capacity: 1,200 Playing Surface: Artificial Affiliation: NCAA Division III League: Midwest Conference 2012 Overall Record: 8-2 2012 Conference Record: 7-2 (3rd) Head Coach: Garrett Campbell Alma Mater: California State-Fullerton, 1998 Record at Illinois College: 31-20 (five seasons) Blueboys’ Schedule Sept. 2 @ Hanover Sept. 14 Grinnell Sept. 28 @ Ripon Oct. 5 @ Lawrence Oct. 12 Lake Forest Oct. 19 @ Beloit Oct. 26 Knox Nov. 2 Monmouth Nov. 9 @ Cornell (Iowa) Nov. 16 @ Carroll

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Wabash College Sept. 14 @ Crawfordsville, Ind. 1 p.m., Hollett Little Giant Stadium Wabash leads series 34-13 Last Meeting: Wabash, 33-12 (2012) Location: Crawfordsville, Ind. Founded: 1832 Enrollment: 875 (males only) President: Gregory Hess Athletic Director: Joseph Haklin Sports Information: Brent Harris Web Site: www.wabash.edu Nickname: Little Giants Colors: Scarlet and White Stadium: Hollett Little Giant Stadium Capacity: 5,000 Playing Surface: Field Turf Affiliation: NCAA Division III League: North Coast Athletic 2012 Overall Record: 8-2 2012 Conference Record: 5-2 (3rd) Head Coach: Eric Raeburn Alma Mater: Mount Union, 1991 Record at Wabash: 47-9 (five seasons)

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Little Giants’ Schedule Sept. 14 Hanover Sept. 21 Denison Sept. 28 @ Allegheny Oct. 5 @ Wooster Oct. 12 Ohio Wesleyan Oct. 19 Kenyon Oct. 26 @ Oberlin Nov. 2 Hiram Nov. 9 Wittenberg Nov. 16 @ DePauw

College of Mount St. Joseph Sept. 21 @ Delhi, Ohio 1:30 p.m., Schueler Field Hanover leads series 15-6 Last Meeting: Hanover, 28-24 (2012) Location: Cincinnati, Ohio Founded: 1920 Enrollment: 2,300 President: Anthony Aretz Athletic Director: Steve Radcliffe Sports Information: Dane Neumeister Web Site: www.msj.edu Nickname: Lions Colors: Blue & Gold Stadium: Schueler Field Capacity: 2,400 Playing Surface: Artificial Turf Affiliation: NCAA Division III League: Heartland Collegiate Athletic 2012 Overall Record: 4-6 2012 Conference Record: 3-5 (6th) Head Coach: Rod Huber Alma Mater: Cincinnati, 1989 Record at MSJ: 79-56 (13 seasons)

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Capacity: 2,000 Playing Surface: Natural Grass Affiliation: NCAA Division III League: Heartland Collegiate Athletic 2012 Overall Record: 5-5 2012 Conference Record: 5-3 (4th) Head Coach: Jeff Sokol Alma Mater: Kalamazoo, 1996 Record at Rose-Hulman: 10-10 (two seasons) Fightin’ Engineers’ Schedule Sept. 7 @ Kalamazoo Sept. 14 Centre Sept. 21 Defiance Sept. 28 @ Manchester Oct. 5 Hanover Oct. 12 @ Bluffton Oct. 26 Franklin Nov. 2 Mount St. Joseph Nov. 9 @ Anderson Nov. 16 @ Earlham

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Anderson University Faculty/Staff Appreciation Day Oct. 12, Hanover, Ind. 1:30 p.m., L.S. Ayres Field Hanover leads series 42-22 Last Meeting: Hanover 54-14 (2012)

Location: Anderson, Ind. Founded: 1917 Enrollment: 2,750 President: James Edwards Athletic Director: Marcie Taylor Sports Information: Justin Bates Web Site: www.anderson.edu Nickname: Ravens Colors: Black & Orange Stadium: Macholtz Stadium Capacity: 4,200 Playing Surface: Artificial Turf Lions’ Schedule Affiliation: NCAA Division III Sept. 7 @ Augustana (Ill.) 8 p.m. League: Heartland Collegiate Athletic Sept. 21 Hanover 1:30 p.m. 2012 Overall Record: 0-10 Sept. 28 Bluffton 1:30 p.m. 2012 Conference Record: 0-8 (9th) Oct. 5 @ Anderson 7 p.m. Head Coach: Bobby Ladner Oct. 12 @ Franklin 1:30 p.m. Alma Mater: Belhaven, 2003 Oct. 19 Defiance 1:30 p.m. Record at Anderson: 0-10 (one season) Oct. 26 @ Manchester 1:30 p.m. Nov. 2 @ Rose-Hulman 1:30 p.m. Nov. 9 Earlham 1:30 p.m. Ravens’ Schedule 7 p.m. Nov. 16 Thomas More 1 p.m. Sept. 7 @ Taylor (Ind.) Sep. 14 Grove City 1:30 p.m. Sep. 28 Defiance 2:30 p.m. Rose-Hulman Institute Oct. 5 Mount St. Joseph 7 p.m. Oct. 12 @ Hanover 1:30 p.m. of Technology Oct. 19 @ Franklin 1:30 p.m. Oct. 5 @ Terre Haute, Ind. Oct. 26 Earlham 1:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m., Cook Stadium Nov. 2 @ Bluffton 1:30 p.m. Hanover leads series 33-29-2 Nov. 9 Rose-Hulman 1:30 p.m. Last Meeting: Hanover, 33-27 OT (2012) Nov. 16 @ Manchester 1:30 p.m. Location: Terre Haute, Ind. Founded: 1874 Enrollment: 1,900 Interim President: Roberts Coons Athletic Director: Jeff Jenkins Sports Information: Kevin Lanke Web Site: www.rose-hulman.edu Nickname: Fightin’ Engineers Colors: Old Rose & White Stadium: Cook Stadium

Bluffton Homecoming Oct. 19, Hanover, Ind. 1:30 p.m., L.S. Ayres Field Hanover leads series 31-5 Last Meeting: Hanover 40-13 (2012) Location: Bluffton, Ohio Founded: 1899 Enrollment: 1,127 President: James Harder Athletic Director: Phill Talavina Sports Information: Bill Hanefeld, Jr. Web Site: www.bluffton.edu Nickname: Beavers Colors: Royal Purple & White Stadium: Salzman Stadium Capacity: 3,000 Playing Surface: Natural Grass Affiliation: NCAA Division III League: Heartland Collegiate Athletic 2012 Overall Record: 6-4 2012 Conference Record: 5-3 (4th) Head Coach: Tyson Veidt Alma Mater: Muskingum, 1996 Record at Bluffton: 16-34 (five seasons) Beavers’ Schedule Sept. 7 @ Ohio Wesleyan Sept. 14 Baldwin Wallace Sept. 21 Earlham Sept. 28 @ Mount St. Joseph Oct. 5 @ Manchester Oct. 12 Rose-Hulman Oct. 19 @ Hanover Nov. 2 Anderson Nov. 9 Franklin Nov. 16 @ Defiance

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Defiance College Oct. 26 @ Defiance, Ohio 1:30 p.m., Coressel Stadium Hanover leads series 21-12 Last Meeting: Hanover 47-14 (2012) Location: Defiance, Ohio Founded: 1850 Enrollment: 1,070 President: Mark Gordon Athletic Director: Jenni Morrison Sports Information: Ben Dishong Web Site: www.defiance.edu Nickname: Yellow Jackets Colors: Purple & Gold Stadium: Coressel Stadium Capacity: 4,000 Playing Surface: Natural Grass Affiliation: NCAA Division III League: Heartland Collegiate Athletic 2012 Overall Record: 2-8 2012 Conference Record: 2-6 (7th) Head Coach: Brian Sheehan Alma Mater: Marietta, 2003 Record at Defiance: 2-8 (one season)

Yellow Jackets’ Schedule Sept. 7 @ Albion Sept. 14 Adrian Sept. 21 @ Rose-Hulman Sep. 28 @ Anderson Oct. 5 Earlham Oct. 12 Manchester Oct. 19 @ Mount St. Joseph Oct. 26 Hanover Nov. 2 @ Franklin Nov. 16 Bluffton

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Earlham College Nov. 2 @ Richmond, Ind. 1:30 p.m., Beane Stadium Hanover leads series 40-14-2 Last Meeting: Hanover 55-10 (2012) Location: Richmond, Ind. Founded: 1847 Enrollment: 1,200 President: David Dawson Athletic Director: Mike Bergum Sports Information: Don Tincher Web Site: www.earlham.edu Nickname: Quakers Colors: Maroon & White Stadium: Beane Stadium Capacity: 3,000 Playing Surface: Natural Grass Affiliation: NCAA Division III League: Heartland Collegiate Athletic 2012 Overall Record: 1-9 2012 Conference Record: 1-7 (8th) Head Coach: Neil Kazmierczak Alma Mater: Michigan State, 1988 Record at Earlham: 1-9 (one season) Quakers’ Schedule Sept. 7 @ Denison Sept. 14 Kenyon Sept. 21 @ Bluffton Sept. 28 Franklin Oct. 5 @ Defiance Oct. 19 Manchester Oct. 26 @ Anderson Nov. 2 Hanover Nov. 9 @ Mount St. Joseph Nov. 16 Rose-Hulman

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Manchester University Hall of Fame Game Nov. 9, Hanover, Ind. 1:30 p.m., L.S. Ayres Field Hanover leads series 57-14 Last Meeting: Manchester, 35-34 (2012)

2012 Overall Record: 6-4 2012 Conference Record: 6-2 (2nd) Head Coach: Shannon Griffith Alma Mater: Ball State, 1991 Record at Manchester: 28-62 (nine seasons) Spartans’ Schedule Sept. 5 Trine Sept. 14 Kalamazoo Sept. 21 @ Franklin Sept. 28 Rose-Hulman Oct. 5 Bluffton Oct. 12 @ Defiance Oct. 19 @ Earlham Oct. 26 Mount St. Joseph Nov. 9 @ Hanover Nov. 16 Anderson

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Franklin College

Nov. 16, Hanover, Ind. Victory Bell Game Senior Day 1:30 p.m., L.S. Ayres Field Hanover leads series 42-37-3 Last Meeting: Franklin, 58-29 (2012) Location: Franklin, Indiana Founded: 1834 Enrollment: 1,014 President: James Moseley Athletic Director: Kerry Prather Sports Information: Dale Long Web Site: www.franklincollege.edu Nickname: Grizzlies Colors: Navy Blue & Old Gold Stadium: Faught Stadium Capacity: 2,000 Playing Surface: Astroturf Affiliation: NCAA Division III League: Heartland Collegiate Athletic 2012 Overall Record: 9-3 2012 Conference Record: 8-0 (1st) Head Coach: Mike Leonard Alma Mater: Hanover, 1984 Record at Franklin: 76-33 (10 seasons) Grizzlies’ Schedule Sep. 7 @ Mount Union Sep. 14 Butler Sep. 21 Manchester Sep. 28 @ Earlham Oct. 12 Mount St. Joseph Oct. 19 Anderson Oct. 26 @ Rose-Hulman Nov. 2 Defiance Nov. 9 @ Bluffton Nov. 16 @ Hanover

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Location: North Manchester, Ind. Founded: 1889 Enrollment: 1,223 President: Jo Young Switzer Athletic Director: Rick Espeset Sports Information: Mark Adkins Web Site: www.manchester.edu Nickname: Spartans Colors: Black & Old Gold Stadium: Burt Stadium Capacity: 4,500 Playing Surface: Natural Grass, Lighted Affiliation: NCAA Division III League: Heartland Collegiate Athletic

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2013 Hanover College CURRENT SERIES Scores Anderson Series: 42-22-0 1947: Hanover 26-7 1950: Anderson 34-7 1951: Hanover 35-0 1952: Hanover 25-0 1953: Hanover 26-0 1954: Hanover 20-7 1955: Hanover 32-6 1956: Hanover 48-27 1957: Anderson 29-20 1958: Hanover 14-12 1959: Anderson 26-7 1960: Hanover 14-7 1961: Anderson 26-13 1962: Anderson 21-7 1963: Anderson 38-12 1964: Hanover 20-18 1965: Anderson 21-12 1966: Hanover 14-0 1967: Hanover 33-22 1968: Anderson 21-19 1969: Anderson 43-22 1970: Anderson 34-8 1971: Anderson 29-6 1972: Anderson 29-0 1973: Hanover 24-14 1974: Hanover 76-0 1975: Hanover 76-6 1976: Hanover 62-14 1977: Hanover 24-13 1978: Hanover 12-10 1979: Hanover 26-0 1980: Hanover 28-13 1981: Anderson 28-23 1982: Anderson 14-3 1983: Anderson 14-10 1984: Hanover 25-24 1985: Hanover 31-27 1986: Hanover 41-6 1987: Hanover 38-7 1988: Anderson 56-42 1989: Hanover 40-24 1990: Anderson 30-12 1991: Anderson 36-26 1992: Hanover 38-19 1993: Anderson 28-21 1994: Hanover 37-9 1995: Hanover 41-35 1996: Hanover 34-17 1997: Hanover 21-0 1998: Hanover 58-20 1999: Hanover 31-12 2000: Hanover 48-26 2001: Anderson 51-27 2002: Hanover 41-23 2003: Hanover 48-19 2004: Hanover 21-0 2005: Hanover 35-28 2006: Hanover 27-3 2007: Anderson 37-27 2008: Anderson 56-12 2009: Hanover 51-13

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2010: Hanover 28- 23 2011: Hanover 37-14 2012: Hanover 40-13 Bluffton Series: 31-5-0 1972: Bluffton 17-14 1973: Hanover 31-13 1975: Hanover 21-7 1976: Hanover 13-7 1977: Hanover 52-6 1978: Hanover 31-0 1979: Hanover 21-0 1980: Hanover 24-0 1981: Hanover 31-7 1982: Hanover 62-17 1983: Hanover 35-10 1984: Hanover 44-7 1985: Bluffton 56-41 1986: Hanover 24-10 1987: Hanover 40-37 1988: Bluffton 40-21 1989: Hanover 31-21 1990: Bluffton 22-7 1991: Hanover 56-28 1992: Hanover 56-49 1993: Hanover 33-23 1998: Hanover 40-12 1999: Hanover 41-38 2000: Hanover 24-15 2001: Hanover 34-15 2002: Hanover 47-21 2003: Hanover 52-10 2004: Hanover 37-20 2005: Bluffton 33-19 2006: Hanover 7-6 2007: Hanover 24-21 2008: Hanover 42-19 2009: Hanover 52-19 2010: Hanover 27-20 2011: Hanover 42-7 2012: Hanover 40-13 Defiance Series: 21-12-0 1924: Hanover 21-6 1975: Hanover 27-0 1976: Hanover 24-3 1977: Defiance 30-0 1978: Defiance 24-12 1979: Hanover 24-17 1980: Hanover 27-14 1981: Hanover 51-26 1982: Hanover 7-6 1983: Hanover 17-16 1984: Hanover 45-42 1985: Hanover 35-24 1986: Hanover 47-7 1987: Hanover 44-20 1988: Hanover 51-10 1989: Hanover 27-0 1992: Defiance 35-14 1993: Defiance 46-29 1994: Defiance 35-24

1995: Hanover 38-20 2000: Defiance 13-7 (OT) 2001: Defiance 33-13 2002: Hanover 57-35 2003: Hanover 55-38 2004: Hanover 28-7 2005: Defiance 28-14 2006: Defiance 20-10 2007: Defiance 33-7 2008: Defiance 31-28 (OT) 2009: Hanover 30-27 2010: Defiance 24-10 2011: Hanover 37-12 2012: Hanover 47-14 Earlham Series: 40-14-2 1913: Hanover 6-2 1914: Earlham 34-7 1915: Earlham 15-6 1917: Earlham 18-7 1920: Earlham 28-3 1921: Earlham 14-7 1922: Hanover 19-6 1923: Hanover 40-0 1924: Hanover 22-0 1925: Earlham 28-0 1926: Hanover 6-0 1927: Earlham 13-0 1928: Earlham 18-7 1929: Hanover 7-0 1930: 7-7 Tie 1931: Earlham 13-0 1932: Hanover 12-0 1933: Hanover 40-6 1934: Hanover 27-0 1942: Hanover 51-19 1948: Hanover 55-0 1949: Hanover 20-0 1951: Hanover 21-13 1952: Hanover 18-14 1953: Hanover 27-14 1954: Hanover 26-20 1955: Earlham 26-16 1956: Hanover 67-13 1957: Hanover 47-3 1966: Hanover 45-25 1967: 14-14 Tie 1968: Hanover 21-17 1969: Earlham 32-6 1970: Earlham 12-7 1971: Earlham 6-0 1972: Hanover 26-9 1973: Hanover 24-0 1974: Hanover 46-13 1975: Hanover 70-6 1976: Hanover 48-0 1977: Hanover 49-7 1978: Hanover 31-26 1979: Hanover 49-13 1980: Hanover 42-6 1981: Hanover 47-7 1982: Hanover 42-0 1983: Earlham 35-16

1984: Hanover 14-0 1985: Hanover 51-36 1986: Hanover 42-14 1987: Hanover 35-14 1988: Hanover 48-23 1989: Hanover 20-6 2010: Hanover 51-23 2011: Hanover 62-0 2012: Hanover 55-10 Franklin Series: 42-37-3 1898: Hanover 18-11 1899: Franklin 17-0 1900: Hanover 16-6 1900: Tie 5-5 1901: Hanover 6-0 1901: Franklin 6-5 1902: Franklin 47-0 1903: Franklin 12-0 1906: Hanover 60-6 1908: Tie 5-5 1908: Hanover 17-6 1909: Hanover 31-5 1911: Franklin 15-0 1912: Franklin 28-3 1913: Franklin 6-0 1914: Hanover 14-13 1915: Franklin 74-0 1916: Franklin 72-7 1917: Franklin 21-3 1918: Franklin 14-6 1919: Franklin 76-0 1920: Franklin 34-0 1921: Franklin 7-0 1922: Tie 0-0 1923: Franklin 40-0 1937: Franklin 12-0 1938: Hanover 19-13 1939: Hanover 13-7 1940: Hanover 7-0 1941: Franklin 13-0 1942: Hanover 12-7 1946: Hanover 14-0 1947: Hanover 20-6 1948: Hanover 51-0 1949: Hanover 54-14 1950: Hanover 40-7 1951: Hanover 21-0 1952: Hanover 27-7 1953: Hanover 19-7 1954: Hanover 47-14 1955: Hanover 34-19 1956: Hanover 35-14 1957: Hanover 28-13 1958: Hanover 13-6 1959: Franklin 19-13 1960: Franklin 32-0 1961: Hanover 20-19 1962: Franklin 21-20 1963: Franklin 20-0 1964: Franklin 34-7 1965: Franklin 33-28 1966: Franklin 21-20

1967: Franklin 14-8 1968: Hanover 27-12 1969: Hanover 30-7 1970: Franklin 21-14 1971: Franklin 27-7 1988: Franklin 34-13 1989: Hanover 49-16 1990: Hanover 47-33 1991: Hanover 34-31 1992: Hanover 31-7 1993: Franklin 41-28 1994: Hanover 49-42 1995: Hanover 26-22 1996: Hanover 27-14 1997: Hanover 19-6 1998: Hanover 41-20 1999: Hanover 27-10 2000: Hanover 34-17 2001: Hanover 54-6 2002: Hanover 57-12 2003: Hanover 33-24 2004: Hanover 24-7 2005: Franklin 45-15 2006: Franklin 35-10 2007: Franklin 55-14 2008: Franklin 34-0 2009: Franklin 42-28 2010: Franklin 48-25 2011: Franklin: 40-15 2012: Franklin 58-29 Illinois College Series: 1-4 1939: Hanover 10-7 1940: Illinois College 24-20 1941: Illinois College 7-0 1942: Illinois College 19-6 2012: Illinois College 51-28 Manchester Series: 57-14-0 1939: Manchester 7-0 1940: Manchester 28-6 1941: Hanover 7-0 1942: Manchester 7-0 1946: Hanover 21-0 1947: Hanover 14-6 1948: Hanover 27-7 1949: Hanover 27-0 1950: Hanover 34-13 1951: Hanover 12-7 1952: Hanover 20-7 1953: Hanover 12-0 1954: Hanover 20-7 1955: Manchester 21-20 1956: Hanover 20-7 1957: Hanover 22-0 1958: Hanover 13-7 1959: Hanover 25-13 1960: Manchester 21-7 1961: Hanover 16-12 1962: Manchester 27-21 1963: Manchester 31-14 1964: Manchester 12-7

1965: Hanover 27-7 1966: Manchester 18-13 1967: Hanover 52-18 1968: Hanover 19-14 1969: Hanover 26-7 1970: Manchester 41-40 1971: Manchester 7-6 1972: Hanover 22-7 1973: Hanover 21-0 1974: Hanover 33-13 1975: Hanover 41-0 1976: Hanover 17-0 1977: Hanover 21-0 1978: Hanover 47-14 1979: Hanover 24-20 1980: Hanover 34-6 1981: Hanover 31-7 1982: Hanover 32-0 1983: Hanover 10-7 1984: Hanover 54-0 1985: Hanover 13-10 1986: Hanover 28-6 1987: Hanover 35-14 1988: Hanover 31-13 1989: Hanover 48-20 1990: Hanover 48-13 1991: Hanover 35-19 1992: Hanover 28-21 1993: Hanover 45-7 1994: Hanover 42-13 1995: Hanover 41-19 1996: Manchester 35-22 1997: Hanover 45-7 1998: Hanover 71-26 1999: Hanover 45-14 2000: Hanover 43-3 2001: Hanover 29-16 2002: Hanover 49-7 2003: Hanover 57-18 2004: Hanover 31-7 2005: Hanover 48-7 2006: Hanover 32-14 2007: Hanover 30-28 2008: Hanover 35-34 2009: Manchester 30-8 2010: Hanover 35-25 2011: Hanover 58-7 2012: Manchester 35-34 Mount St. Joseph Series: 15-6-0 1990: Hanover 32-14 1991: Hanover 37-12 1994: Hanover 42-35 1995: Hanover 44-33 1996: Hanover 27-9 1997: Hanover 25-21 1998: Hanover 37-14 1999: Hanover 29-25 2000: Hanover 55-12 2001: Hanover 36-14 2002: Hanover 49-14 2003: Hanover 26-24

2004: Mount St. Joe 29-10 2005: Hanover 41-35 (OT) 2006: Mount St. Joseph 24-0 2007: Mount St. Joseph 56-21 2008: Mount St. Joseph 37-19 2009: Mount St. Joseph 28-13 2010: Hanover 25-15 2011: Mount St. Joseph 41-23 2012: Hanover 28-24 Rose-Hulman Series: 33-29-2 1903: Rose-Poly 16-5 1910: Rose-Poly 33-0 1915: Rose-Poly 32-14 1916: Hanover 1-0 1917: Rose-Poly 51-0 1919: Rose-Poly 21-6 1921: Rose-Poly 49-17 1922: Rose-Poly 20-0 1923: Rose-Poly 7-0 1924: Rose-Poly 10-7 1926: Hanover 25-0 1927: Hanover 12-6 1928: Hanover 6-0 1929: Rose-Poly 19-7 1930: Rose-Poly 7-0 1931: Rose-Poly 13-0 1932: Rose-Poly 7-6 1933: Hanover 12-6 1939: Rose-Poly 18-6 1940: Rose-Poly 24-0 1942: Rose-Poly 61-2 1946: Hanover 7-0 1947: Hanover 23-7 1948: Hanover 46-0 1949: Hanover 62-0 1964: Hanover 42-0 1965: Rose-Poly 23-7 1968: Hanover 34-0 1969: Hanover 31-24 1970: Hanover 25-20 1971: Hanover 21-7 1972: Rose-Hulman 29-12 1973: Hanover 17-7 1974: Hanover 21-18 1975: Hanover 33-12 1976: Rose-Hulman 27-7 1977: Hanover 24-0 1978: Tie 0-0 1979: Rose-Hulman 19-11 1980: Hanover 20-13 1981: Tie 21-21 1982: Hanover 21-14 1983: Hanover 24-20 1984: Hanover 27-0 1985: Rose-Hulman 31-21 1986: Hanover 22-21 1987: Rose-Hulman 27-20 1988: Rose-Hulman 33-27 1989: Hanover 31-0 1990: Rose-Hulman 27-23 1991: Hanover 36-32

1992: Hanover 17-16 1993: Hanover 37-21 1994: Rose-Hulman 48-24 1995: Hanover 73-23 1996: Hanover 27-0 1997: Hanover 47-20 2006: Hanover 41-8 2007: Rose-Hulman 24-7 2008: Rose-Hulman 44-33 2009: Rose-Hulman 41-38 2010: Hanover 52-31 2011: Rose-Hulman 30-21 2012: Hanover 33-27 (OT) Wabash Series: 13-34 1886: Wabash 22-4 1887: Hanover 12-10 1901: Wabash 6-5 1903: Wabash 51-0 1904: Wabash 81-0 1909: Wabash 48-0 1916: Wabash 38-6 1922: Wabash 16-0 1923: Wabash 27-0 1924: Wabash 7-0 1925: Wabash 20-0 1933: Hanover 20-12 1934: Hanover 6-0 1937: Hanover 14-12 1938: Hanover 14-6 1939: Wabash 7-0 1940: Wabash 20-7 1941: Wabash 20-6 1950: Hanover 13-13 1951: Wabash 42-6 1952: Wabash 62-20 1953: Wabash 65-6 1958: Wabash 24-7 1959: Wabash 12-7 1960: Wabash 12-6 1961: Wabash 35-13 1962: Wabash 35-14 1963: Wabash 55-0 1964: Wabash 21-13 1965: Wabash 61- 7 1966: Wabash 35-19 1967: Hanover 17-16 1970: Wabash 53-19 1971: Wabash 13-7 1972: Hanover 29-22 1973: Wabash 10-0 1990: Hanover 50-6 1991: Wabash 26-14 1992: Wabash 38-33 1993: Wabash 55-21 1994: Hanover 39-27 1995: Hanover 41-21 1996: Wabash 37-17 1997: Hanover 10-7 1998: Wabash 28-21 1999: Hanover 28-18 2012: Wabash 33-12

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2012 Hanover College SEASON STATISTICS DATE OPPONENT W/L SCORE 09-01-12 @ Illinois College Loss 51-2 09-08-12 Wabash Loss 33-12 09-15-12* Mt. St. Joseph (Ohio) Win 28-24 09-29-12* Rose-Hulman Win OT 33-27 10-06-12* @ Anderson Win 54-14 10-13-12* @ Bluffton (Ohio) Win 40-13 10-20-12* Defiance (Ohio) Win 47-14 10-27-12* Earlham Win 55-10 11-03-12* @ Manchester Loss 35-34 11-10-12* @ Franklin Loss 58-29 * denotes conference game TEAM STATISTICS HANOVER OPP SCORING 360 279 Points Per Game 36.0 27.9 FIRST DOWNS 215 203 Rushing 72 90 Passing 121 100 Penalty 22 13 RUSHING YARDAGE 1395 1886 Yards gained rushing 1676 2257 Yards lost rushing 281 371 Rushing Attempts 322 463 Average Per Rush 4.3 4.1 Average Per Game 139.5 188.6 TDs Rushing 19 22 PASSING YARDAGE 2729 2112 382-249-16 319-171-12 Att-Comp-Int Average Per Pass 7.1 6.6 Average Per Catch 11.0 12.4 Average Per Game 272.9 211.2 TDs Passing 32 14 TOTAL OFFENSE 4124 3998 Total Plays 704 782 Average Per Play 5.9 5.1 Average Per Game 412.4 399.8 KICK RETURNS: #-YARDS 45-953 55-1158 PUNT RETURNS: #-YARDS 19-131 14-164 INT RETURNS: #-YARDS 12-178 16-255 KICK RETURN AVERAGE 21.2 21.1 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 6.9 11.7 INT RETURN AVERAGE 14.8 15.9 FUMBLES-LOST 19-10 13-7 PENALTIES-YARDS 58-539 75-716 Average Per Game 53.9 71.6 PUNTS-YARDS 53-1910 54-1953 Average Per Punt 36.0 36.2 Net punt average 32.0 32.4 TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME 27:30 32:30 3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 50/132 58/163 3rd-Down Pct 38% 36% 4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 7/16 14/34 4th-Down Pct 44% 41% SACKS BY-YARDS 31-175 27-168 MISC YARDS 57 0 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 53 37 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 1-1 8-12 ON-SIDE KICKS 0-0 0-0 38-44 86% 35-46 76% RED-ZONE SCORES RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS 37-44 84% 27-46 59% PAT-ATTEMPTS 33-48 69% 33-36 92% SCORE BY QUARTERS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total Hanover 62 118 88 86 6-360 Opponents 56 108 63 52 0-279

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PASSING GP Effic Cmp-Att-Int Pct Yds TD Lng Avg/G Britt, Dexter 10 148.88 236-354-15 66.7 2604 31 75 260.4 Parker, Tanner 7 54.17 9-23-1 39.1 65 0 18 9.3 Gibson, Shawn 10 308.50 4-4-0 100.0 60 1 34 6.0 Corrao, Spencer 10 0.00 0-1-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 Gibson, Shawn 7 0.00 0-1-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 Total 10 144.46 249-382-16 65.2 2729 32 75 272.9 Opponents 10 116.18 171-319-12 53.6 2112 14 75 211.2 RECEIVING GP No. Yds Avg TD Long Avg/G Passafiume, Daniel 10 90 915 10.2 12 48 91.5 Gibson, Shawn 10 41 495 12.1 2 40 49.5 Zeck, Colton 10 41 442 10.8 6 75 44.2 Eubanks, Dwayne 10 33 476 14.4 5 58 47.6 Corrao, Spencer 10 26 230 8.8 2 32 23.0 Noger, Jacob 7 11 114 10.4 4 29 16.3 Sutton, Timothy 10 5 43 8.6 0 26 4.3 Crapser, Vaughn 7 2 14 7.0 1 10 2.0 Total 10 249 2729 11.0 32 75 272.9 Opponents 10 171 2112 12.4 14 75 211.2 RUSHING GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G Corrao, Spencer 10 124 803 22 781 6.3 8 54 78.1 Britt, Dexter 10 105 434 214 220 2.1 6 26 22.0 Sutton, Timothy 10 32 184 10 174 5.4 0 27 17.4 Taylor, C.J. 5 17 87 2 85 5.0 1 18 17.0 Gibson, Shawn 10 4 35 0 35 8.8 0 20 3.5 Passafiume, Daniel 10 3 33 0 33 11.0 1 25 3.3 Zeck, Colton 10 11 29 3 26 2.4 3 9 2.6 Green, Josh 8 2 24 1 23 11.5 0 24 2.9 Parker, Tanner 7 13 39 17 22 1.7 0 12 3.1 Finch, Corey 4 1 7 0 7 7.0 0 7 1.8 Downs, Trent 2 1 1 0 1 1.0 0 1 0.5 Rittman, Wes 1 2 0 4 -4 -2.0 0 0 -4.0 TEAM 4 7 0 8 -8 -1.1 0 0 -2.0 Total 10 322 1676 281 1395 4.3 19 54 139.5 Opponents 10 463 2257 371 1886 4.1 22 72 188.6 SCORING TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Points Passafiume, Daniel 14 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 86 Corrao, Spencer 10 0-0 0-0 1-1 0 0-0 0 0 62 Zeck, Colton 9 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 54 Britt, Dexter 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1-2 0 0 36 Eubanks, Dwayne 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 30 Dunlop, Dylan 0 1-1 24-32 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 27 Noger, Jacob 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 26 Gibson, Shawn 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 Blankman, Chris 0 0-0 9-16 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 9 Crapser, Vaughn 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Magaw, Justin 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Taylor, C.J. 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Allgood, Jake 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1-1 0 0 0 Total 53 1-1 33-48 1-1 2 2-3 0 0 360 Opponents 37 8-12 33-36 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 279 FIELD GOALS FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk Dunlop, D. 1-1 100.0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 20 0

|--------------Tackles--------------| |-Sacks-| |---------Pass Def---------| |-----Fumbles---| Blkd DEFENSIVE LEADERS GP Solo Ast Total TFL/Yds No-Yds Int-Yds BrUp QBH Rcv-Yds FF Kick Saf 43 Dalton, Andy 10 61 55 116 8.5-36 2.0-19 1-0 4 1 3-0 2 . . 35 Magaw, Justin 10 37 36 73 8.5-27 0.5-7 2-65 1 . 2-0 . . . 42 Foster, Brandon 9 39 22 61 7.5-26 1.0-8 . 1 . . . 1 . 24 McConnell, Matt 10 35 26 61 0.5-0 . 3-51 4 . . . . . 95 Jones, Ajani 10 39 19 58 13.5-49 9.0-32 . 1 1 . 3 . . 99 Stilwell, Jake 10 24 22 46 11.5- 8.5-54 . . 1 . . . . 36 Alexander, Colin 10 24 16 40 . . 1-0 1 . . . . . 94 Call, Tom 10 23 16 39 8.5-34 2.5-19 . 1 1 . 1 . . 6 Louis, Sam 10 23 9 32 1.5-12 . 1-0 1 . 1-14 . 1 . 29 Edwards, Jamal 10 16 13 29 . . . 5 . . . . . 30 Worden, Derrick 9 18 10 28 . . 1-0 3 . . . . . 39 Peiffer, Vince 9 11 16 27 3.5-11 0.5-3 . . . . . . . 57 Gilb, Josh 7 17 8 25 9.5-37 3.0-11 . . . . . 1 . 27 Chisholm, Jason 9 14 6 20 . . . 2 . . . . . 40 Waltz, Ethan 8 5 15 20 1.5-4 0.5-2 1-22 . . . . . . 44 Holtkamp, John 9 12 6 18 2.0-4 0.5-1 . 3 . . . . . 45 Robertson, Brian 6 10 6 16 0.5-8 0.5-8 . . . . . . . 28 Fetner, Ty 9 9 5 14 . . . 1 . . . . . 71 Porter, Jacob 6 2 8 10 0.5-0 . . . . . . . . 8 Jenkins, Kris 8 8 2 10 . . 1-0 1 . . . . . 91 O’Dell, Kyle 6 6 4 10 4.0-15 1.0-8 . . . . . . . 32 Futrell, Dillon 8 4 5 9 1.0-5 1.0-5 . . . . . . . 49 Burkhardt, Zack 6 4 3 7 . . . . . . . . . 48 Gerking, T.J. 4 4 3 7 . . . . . . . . . 20 Richardson, Jared 1 3 1 4 . . . 1 . . . . . 56 Hahn, Ryan 6 3 . 3 . . . . . . . . . 25 Taylor, C.J. 5 2 1 3 0.5-2 . . . . . . . . 9 Eubanks, Dwayne 10 3 . 3 . . . . . . . . . 96 Taylor, Alex 3 . 2 2 0.5-0 . . . . . . . . 74 Schlenker, Kevin 5 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . . 38 Baldwin, Justin 1 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . . 65 Riley, Adam 2 . 2 2 0.5-3 0.5-3 . . . . . . . 17 Gibson, Shawn 10 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . . 16 Britt, Dexter 10 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 85 Noger, Jacob 7 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 67 Sander, Joe 4 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 26 Finch, Corey 4 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 93 Coy, William 1 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 13 Green, Josh 8 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 4G Goodin, Max 1 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 33 England, Michael 1 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 53 Wathen, Michael 1 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 34 Corrao, Spencer 10 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 4 Crapser, Vaughn 7 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . Total 10 469 341 810 84-338 31-175 12-178 31 4 7-14 6 3 . Opponents 10 420 248 668 59-239 27-168 16-255 32 2 10-11 13 3 . INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg TD Long McConnell, Matt 3 51 17.0 0 40 Magaw, Justin 2 65 32.5 1 65 Jenkins, Kris 1 0 0.0 0 0 Dalton, Andy 1 0 0.0 0 0 Freese, Nathan 1 40 40.0 0 40 Worden, Derrick 1 0 0.0 0 0 Waltz, Ethan 1 22 22.0 0 22 Alexander, Colin 1 0 0.0 0 0 Louis, Sam 1 0 0.0 0 0 Total 12 178 14.8 1 65 Opponents 16 255 15.9 1 63 FUMBLE RETURNS No. Yds Avg TD Long Louis, Sam 1 14 14.0 0 14 Magaw, Justin 1 0 0.0 0 0 Total 2 14 7.0 0 14 Opponents 1 11 11.0 0 11 PUNT RETURNS No. Yds Avg TD Long Zeck, Colton 13 78 6.0 0 21 Noger, Jacob 4 44 11.0 0 28 Passafiume, Daniel 1 9 9.0 0 9 Fetner, Ty 1 0 0.0 0 0 Total 19 131 6.9 0 28 Opponents 14 164 11.7 0 64

KICK RETURNS No. Yds Avg TD Long Passafiume, Daniel 15 382 25.5 1 89 Corrao, Spencer 13 324 24.9 0 80 Louis, Sam 4 94 23.5 0 35 Worden, Derrick 3 31 10.3 0 24 Eubanks, Dwayne 3 73 24.3 0 31 Crapser, Vaughn 3 11 3.7 0 6 Sutton, Timothy 1 0 0.0 0 0 Edwards, Jamal 1 7 7.0 0 7 Klotz, Robert 1 22 22.0 0 22 Gibson, Shawn 1 9 9.0 0 9 Total 45 953 21.2 1 89 Opponents 55 1158 21.1 0 57 PUNTING No. Yds Avg Long TB FC I20 Blkd Green, Josh 38 1488 39.2 66 2 4 8 0 Gibson, Shawn 12 322 26.8 34 0 2 1 0 Britt, Dexter 2 59 29.5 32 0 0 2 0 Zeck, Colton 1 41 41.0 41 0 0 0 0 Total 53 1910 36.0 66 2 6 11 0 Opponents 54 1953 36.2 59 3 12 9 0

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2013 Hanover College Season results 1886: 1-1 Hanover 11, Butler 2 Wabash 22, Hanover 4

1905: 1-1 - Jack Thompson Hanover 10, Columbus High School 0 Manual High School 6, Hanover 0

1887: 2-0 Hanover 12, Wabash 10 Hanover 10, Butler 8

1906: 5-1 - Jack Thompson Hanover 20, Salem High School 0 Columbus High School 6, Hanover 0 Hanover 18, Madison Commercial Club 0 Hanover 60, Franklin 6 Hanover 16, Lawrenceburg High School 0 Hanover 28, Madison High School 0

1889: 0-1 Butler 32, Hanover 0 1893: 0-1 Madison High School 8, Hanover 4 1894: 1-1 Hanover 24, Madison High School 0 Cincinnati 13, Hanover 12 1895: 2-0 Hanover 24, Madison Athletic Club 0 Hanover 12, Madison Athletic Club 4 1896: 0-2 Madison High School 10, Hanover 4 Manual High School 18, Hanover 0 1897: 4-0-1 Hanover 20, Carrollton High School 0 Hanover 14, New Castle Athletic Club 8 Hanover 10, Manual High School 4 Hanover 10, Madison Business College 4 Hanover 4, Madison Business College 4 1898: 3-1 Hanover 18, Franklin 11 Louisville Athletic Club 29, Hanover 0 Hanover 11, Madison Business 0 Hanover 29, Carrollton High School 0 1899: 3-3-1 - Coach Marshall Manual High School 27, Hanover 6 Franklin 17, Hanover 0 Hanover 17, Carrollton High School 0 Manual High School 16, Hanover 6 Hanover 35, Moore’s Hill College 0 Hanover 5, Borden Institute 5 Hanover 30, Madison Athletic Club 10 1900: 2-2-1 - Coach Marshall Hanover 16, Franklin 6 Hanover 5, Franklin 5 DePauw 47, Hanover 0 Hanover 61, Manual High School 0 Centre 26, Hanover 0 1901: 4-3-1 - Coach Marshall Hanover 6, Franklin 0 Wabash 6, Hanover 5 Franklin 6, Hanover 5 Cincinnati 10, Hanover 0 Hanover 0, Shortridge High School 0 Hanover 5, Madison Athletic Club 0 Hanover 21, Madison High School 0 Hanover 5, Charleston Athletic Club 0 1902: 0-2-1 - Coach Marshall Shortridge High School 12, Hanover 0 Franklin 47, Hanover 0 Hanover 6, Shortridge High School 6 1903: 0-4 - Coach Marshall Rose Polytechnic 16, Hanover 5 Cincinnati 28, Hanover 6 Wabash 51, Hanover 0 Franklin 12, Hanover 0 1904: 2-2 - Coach Marshall Hanover 35, Manual High School 0 Butler 17, Hanover 6 Wabash 81, Hanover 0 Hanover 65, Madison Athletic Club 0

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1907: 3-2-1 - Jack Thompson Centre 11, Hanover 0 Hanover 22, Butler 0 Hanover 44, North Vernon High School 0 Hanover 39, Lawrenceburg High School 0 Kentucky 40, Hanover 0 Hanover 6, University School 6 1908: 4-4-2 - Jack Thompson Hanover 0, Manual High School 0 Hanover 5, Franklin 5 Hanover 17, Franklin 6 Butler 18, Hanover 0 Butler 10, Hanover 0 Hanover 9, Cincinnati 5 Centre 24, Hanover 11 Hanover 6, Winona Technical 0 St. Mary’s 10, Hanover 4 Hanover 79, North Vernon High School 0 1909: 1-4 - E.L. Weber Cincinnati 6, Hanover 2 Butler 23, Hanover 5 Wabash 48, Hanover 0 Hanover 31, Franklin 5 St. Mary’s 6, Hanover 0 1910: 2-3 - E.L. Weber Hanover 27, Moore’s Hill 0 Butler 5, Hanover 3 Hanover 33, Louisville 0 Centre 33, Hanover 0 Rose Polytechnic 33, Hanover 0 1911: 1-3 - Coach Black Kentucky Military Institute 5, Hanover 0 Moore’s Hill 11, Hanover 2 Franklin 15, Hanover 0 Hanover 8, Indiana Dental College 5

1912: 0-5 - A.S. Hotchkiss Butler 54, Hanover 0 Kentucky 64, Hanover 0 Franklin 28, Hanover 3 Moore’s Hill 19, Hanover 0 Louisville 73, Hanover 0 1913: 4-2 - A.S. Hotchkiss Hanover 47, New Albany High School 0 Hanover 60, Kentucky Military Institute 0 Hanover 6, Earlham 2 Transylvania 13, Hanover 6 Hanover 45, Moore’s Hill 0 Franklin 6, Hanover 0 1914: 2-3 - A.S. Hotchkiss Hanover 7, Kentucky Military Institute 3 Transylvania 60, Hanover 0 Hanover 14, Franklin 13 Butler 17, Hanover 16 Earlham 34, Hanover 7 1915: 1-4 - G.L. Rider Hanover 68, Lawrenceburg High School 0 Earlham 15, Hanover 6 Franklin 74, Hanover 0 Butler 20, Hanover 7 Rose Polytechnic 32, Hanover 14 1916: 1-5 - G.L. Rider Transylvania 44, Hanover 7 Georgetown 73, Hanover 0 Wabash 38, Hanover 6 DePauw 63, Hanover 3 Franklin 72, Hanover 7 Hanover 1, Rose Polytechnic 0 1917: 1-4 - Earl Miles Rose Polytechnic 51, Hanover 0 Butler 25, Hanover 7 Franklin 21, Hanover 3 Earlham 18, Hanover 7 Hanover 27, Company B/334 Regiment 7 1918: 0-3 - Earl Miles St. Xavier 10, Hanover 7 Butler 32, Hanover 6 Franklin 14, Hanover 6 1919: 0-6-1 - Sylvester Paulus Hanover 0, Butler 0 Rose Polytechnic 21, Hanover 6 Georgetown 76, Hanover 0 Franklin 76, Hanover 0 Centre 95, Hanover 0 St. Xavier 67, Hanover 0 Valparaiso 54, Hanover 0 1920: 0-5-1 - Andy Norgen Butler 53, Hanover 7 Earlham 28, Hanover 3 Indiana State Normal 21, Hanover 7 Hanover 7, Kentucky Military Institute 7 Franklin 34, Hanover 0 St. Xavier 76, Hanover 0 1921: 1-6 - R.J. Ferguson Butler 122, Hanover 0 Earlham 14, Hanover 7 Franklin 7, Hanover 0 Louisville 19, Hanover 8 Rose Polytechnic 49, Hanover 17 St. Xavier 34, Hanover 0 Hanover 3, Dayton 0 1922: 3-3-1 - R.J. Ferguson Wabash 16, Hanover 0 Rose Polytechnic 20, Hanover 0 Hanover 0, Franklin 0 Hanover 19, Earlham 6 Hanover 66, Oakland City 0 Hanover 57, Huntington 0 DePauw 24, Hanover 0

1923: 2-6-1 - Orville Hall Butler 39, Hanover 0 Franklin 40, Hanover 0 Wabash 27, Hanover 0 Hanover 41, Oakland City 0 Hanover 40, Earlham 0 Indiana 32, Hanover 0 Rose Polytechnic 7, Hanover 0 Georgetown 20, Hanover 7 Hanover 0, DePauw 0 1924: 4-5 - Orville Hall Butler 21, Hanover 6 Hanover 21, Defiance 6 DePauw 27, Hanover 7 Wabash 7, Hanover 0 Hanover 22, Earlham 0 Hanover 38, Evansville 0 Hanover 32, Vincennes 0 Rose Polytechnic 10, Hanover 7 Georgetown 12, Hanover 0 1925: 2-6 - Orville Hall Wabash 20, Hanover 0 Cincinnati 12, Hanover 0 Earlham 28, Hanover 0 Hanover 6, Indiana Central 0 DePauw 14, Hanover 0 Hanover 87, St. Mary’s 0 Evansville 6, Hanover 0 Louisville 24, Hanover 0 1926: 4-3-1 - Orville Hall Butler 70, Hanover 0 DePauw 42, Hanover 0 Hanover 0, Oakland City 0 Hanover 6, Earlham 0 Hanover 8, Evansville 0 Hanover 14, Indiana Central 0 Ball State 13, Hanover 0 Hanover 25, Rose Polytechnic 0 1927: 1-6-1 - C.V. Money Evansville 13, Hanover 0 Miami 80, Hanover 0 Cincinnati 31, Hanover 7 Hanover 0, Oakland City 0 Indiana Central 7, Hanover 6 Earlham 13, Hanover 0 Ball State 12, Hanover 6 Hanover 12, Rose Polytechnic 6 1928: 3-4 - C.V. Money Cincinnati 20, Hanover 0 Earlham 18, Hanover 7 Oakland City 6, Hanover 0 Hanover 6, Rose Polytechnic 0 Hanover 18, Indiana Central 0 Hanover 30, Bethel 0 Ball State 6, Hanover 0

1929: 3-3 - C.V. Money Hanover 32, Lindsey Wilson 0 1st night football game in Indiana Hanover 6, Oakland City 0 Bethel 20, Hanover 0 Rose Polytechnic 19, Hanover 7 Hanover 7, Earlham 0 Wilmington 13, Hanover 0 1930: 1-3-2 - C.V. Money Hanover 37, Lindsey Wilson 0 Hanover 6, Oakland City 6 Rose Polytechnic 7, Hanover 0 Louisville 32 Hanover 12 Hanover 7, Earlham 7 Wilmington 14, Hanover 0 1931: 0-7-2 - C.V. Money Hanover 3, Louisville 3 Earlham 13, Hanover 0 Central Normal 14, Hanover 10 Dayton 39, Hanover 0 Rose Polytechnic 13, Hanover 0 Oakland City 13, Hanover 7 Evansville 21, Hanover 6 Hanover 0, Indiana Central 0 DePauw 62, Hanover 0 1932: 6-2-1 - John Van Liew Hanover 60, Cincinnati 51 Rose Polytechnic 7, Hanover 6 Hanover 0, Evansville 0 DePauw 13, Hanover 7 Hanover 26, Oakland City 0 Hanover 27, Central Normal 25 Hanover 12, Earlham 0 Hanover 26, Oakland City 0 Hanover 20, Eastern Illinois 0 1933: 6-2 - John Van Liew Hanover 12, Rose Polytechnic 6 Hanover 13, Oakland City 7 DePauw 12, Hanover 0 Miami 14, Hanover 0 Hanover 20, Ball State 0 Hanover 40, Earlham 6 Hanover 20, Wabash 12 Hanover 33, Eastern Illinois 0 1934: 7-2 - John Van Liew Hanover 6, Wabash 0 Miami 39, Hanover 6 DePauw 20, Hanover 0 Hanover 27, Earlham 0 Hanover 19, Ball State 6 Hanover 7, Louisville 6 Hanover 26, Evansville 0 Hanover 26, Georgetown 8 Hanover 13, Illinois Wesleyan 0

1935: 2-5-1 - John Van Liew Indiana State 14, Hanover 7 Butler 71, Hanover 7 DePauw 58, Hanover 6 Georgetown 55, Hanover 0 Hanover 20, Ball State 13 Hanover 25, Evansville 12 Hanover 6, Louisville 6 Illinois Wesleyan 19, Hanover 0 1936: 1-6 - John Van Liew Indiana State 6, Hanover 0 Louisville 12, Hanover 2 Transylvania 12, Hanover 0 Hanover 19, Valparaiso 18 Evansville 19, Hanover 0 Ball State 7, Hanover 0 Georgetown 13, Hanover 0 1937: 5-3 - John Van Liew Hanover 13, Louisville 7 Hanover 14, Wabash 12 Hanover 13, Indiana State 6 Ball State 12, Hanover 0 Hanover 19, Central Normal 7 Franklin 12, Hanover 0 Georgetown 31, Hanover 0 Hanover 6, Evansville 0 1938: 5-2 - John Van Liew Hanover 14, Wabash 6 Hanover 25, Central Normal 6 Hanover 12, Indiana State 6 Hanover 19, Franklin 13 Ball State 19, Hanover 0 Hanover 14, Louisville 13 Evansville 8, Hanover 0 1939: 4-4 - John Van Liew Hanover 7, DePauw 6 Hanover 10, Illinois College 7 Manchester 7, Hanover 0 Wabash 7, Hanover 0 Hanover 13, Franklin 7 Hanover 7, Evansville 6 Rose Polytechnic 18, Hanover 6 Louisville 20, Hanover 0 1940: 1-8 - John Van Liew Cincinnati 45, Hanover 0 DePauw 40, Hanover 6 Centre 35, Hanover 0 Illinois College 24, Hanover 20 Hanover 7, Franklin 0 Manchester 28, Hanover 6 Wabash 20, Hanover 7 Louisville 14, Hanover 13 Rose Polytechnic 24, Hanover 0

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1955: 5-4 (4-2 HCC, 2nd) - Leo Kelly Ball State 39, Hanover 0 Hanover 32, Anderson 6 Hanover 34, Franklin 19 Earlham 26, Hanover 16 Manchester 21, Hanover 20 Hanover 19, Indiana Central 13 Centre 27, Hanover 13 Hanover 38, Taylor 0 Hanover 20, Indiana State 6 1956: 8-1 (6-0 HCC, 1st) - Leo Kelly Ball State 12, Hanover 7 Hanover 20, Manchester 7 Hanover 39, Indiana Central 14 Hanover 26, Georgetown 0 Hanover 36, Taylor 20 Hanover 67, Earlham 13 Hanover 19, Centre 13 Hanover 48, Anderson 27 Hanover 35, Franklin 14 1941: 1-7 - John Van Liew Miami 53, Hanover 0 Illinois College 7, Hanover 0 DePauw 14, Hanover 0 Franklin 13, Hanover 0 Wabash 20, Hanover 6 Centre 51, Hanover 6 Louisville 21, Hanover 6 Hanover 7, Manchester 0 1942: 2-5 - John Van Liew Illinois College 19, Hanover 6 Manchester 7, Hanover 0 Hanover 12, Franklin 7 DePauw 53, Hanover 7 Centre 42, Hanover 12 Rose Polytechnic 61, Hanover 2 Hanover 51, Earlham 19 No games from 1943-45 due to World War II 1946: 4-3 - Don Veller Hanover 7, Rose Polytechnic 0 Hanover 14, Franklin 0 Hanover 21, Manchester 0 Hanover 27, Centre 20 Indiana Central 6, Hanover 0 Canterbury 7, Hanover 0 Georgetown 41, Hanover 7 1947: 7-1 (4-1 HCC, 2nd) - Jack Carl Hanover 44, Canterbury 12 Hanover 19, Georgetown 13 Hanover 26, Anderson 7 Hanover 14, Manchester 6 Hanover 20, Franklin 6 Hanover 14, Centre 7 Indiana Central 26, Hanover 14 Hanover 33, Rose Polytechnic 7 1948: 6-2 (6-0 HCC, 1st) - Jack Carl DePauw 20, Hanover 14 Hanover 55, Earlham 0 Hanover 34, Canterbury 6 Hanover 46, Rose Polytechnic 0 Hanover 27, Manchester 7 Hanover 40, Indiana Central 12 Hanover 51, Franklin 0 Centre 14, Hanover 0 1949: 8-1 (6-0 HCC, 1st) - Garland Frazier Hanover 42, Canterbury 0 Hanover 20, Earlham 0 Hanover 27, DePauw 7 Hanover 62, Rose Polytechnic 0 Hanover 27, Centre 6 Hanover 54, Franklin 14 Hanover 21, Indiana Central 6

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Hanover 27, Manchester 0 Burley Bowl - Johnson City, Tenn. Emory & Henry 32, Hanover 0 1950: 3-5-1 (3-2 HCC, 3rd) - Garland Frazier Southern Illinois 13, Hanover 7 DePauw 14, Hanover 13 Hanover 6, Indiana Central 0 Canterbury 21, Hanover 20 Centre 24, Hanover 14 Hanover 34, Manchester 13 Hanover 40, Franklin 7 Hanover 13, Wabash 13 Anderson 34, Hanover 7 1951: 6-3 (6-0 HCC, 1st) - Raymond Struck Western Illinois 26, Hanover 0 DePauw 14, Hanover 7 Hanover 21, Franklin 0 Hanover 21, Earlham 13 Hanover 12, Manchester 7 Hanover 20, Indiana Central 0 Hanover 14, Taylor 6 Wabash 42, Hanover 6 Hanover 35, Anderson 0 1952: 6-1-2 (6-0 HCC, 1st) - Raymond Struck Hanover 7, Ball State 7 Hanover 25, Anderson 0 Hanover 27, Franklin 7 Hanover 18, Earlham 14 Hanover 20, Manchester 7 Hanover 20, Indiana Central 0 Wabash 62, Hanover 20 Hanover 20, Taylor 0 Hanover 7, Indiana State 7 1953: 4-4-1 (4-2 HCC, 2nd) - Raymond Struck Hanover 13, Ball State 13 Hanover 26, Anderson 0 Hanover 19, Franklin 7 Hanover 27, Earlham 14 Hanover 12, Manchester 0 Indiana Central 18, Hanover 6 Wabash 65, Hanover 6 Taylor 7, Hanover 6 Indiana State 48, Hanover 13 1954: 4-5 (4-2 HCC, 2nd) - Raymond Struck Ball State 40, Hanover 6 Hanover 20, Anderson 7 Hanover 47, Franklin 14 Hanover 26, Earlham 20 Hanover 20, Manchester 7 Indiana Central 45, Hanover 19 Centre 21, Hanover 6 Taylor 20, Hanover 14 Indiana State 33, Hanover 19

1957: 8-1 (5-1 HCC, 1st) - Leo Kelly Hanover 34, Ball State 6 Hanover 22, Manchester 0 Hanover 52, Indiana Central 19 Hanover 21, Georgetown 0 Hanover 47, Earlham 3 Hanover 26, Centre 19 Anderson 29, Hanover 20 Hanover 28, Franklin 13 Hanover 26, Taylor 6 1958: 5-4 (5-0 HCC, 1st) - Leo Kelly Hanover 13, Manchester 7 Hanover 20, Indiana Central 0 Georgetown 33, Hanover 14 Hanover 40, Taylor 19 Wabash 24, Hanover 7 Centre 20, Hanover 13 Hanover 14, Anderson 12 Hanover 13, Franklin 6 Indiana State 19, Hanover 13 1959: 2-6-1 (2-3 HCC, 4th) - Leo Kelly Hanover 25, Manchester 13 Hanover 32, Indiana Central 26 Georgetown 20, Hanover 14 Taylor 20, Hanover 6 Wabash 12, Hanover 7 Hanover 14, Centre 14 Anderson 26, Hanover 7 Franklin 19, Hanover 13 Indiana State 19, Hanover 16 1960: 2-7 (2-3 HCC, 4th) - Leo Kelly Evansville 21, Hanover 0 Georgetown 19, Hanover 13 Franklin 32, Hanover 0 Hanover 14, Anderson 7 Wabash 12, Hanover 6 Centre 27, Hanover 6 Hanover 32, Taylor 6 Indiana Central 27, Hanover 13 Manchester 21, Hanover 7 1961: 3-6 (3-2 HCC, 3rd) - Leo Kelly Evansville 26, Hanover 0 Georgetown 18, Hanover 7 Hanover 20, Franklin 19 Anderson 26, Hanover 13 Wabash 35, Hanover 13 Centre 26, Hanover 12 Taylor 14, Hanover 7 Hanover 7, Indiana Central 6 Hanover 16, Manchester 12

1962: 0-9 (0-6 HCC, 6th) - Leo Kelly Georgetown 19, Hanover 12 Franklin 21, Hanover 20 Anderson 21, Hanover 7 Wabash 35, Hanover 14 Maryville 27, Hanover 6 Taylor 21, Hanover 12 Indiana Central 19, Hanover 14 Manchester 27, Hanover 21 Centre 14, Hanover 13

1969: 6-3- Jon Mayfield Hanover 29, Lake Forest 25 Hanover 30, Franklin 7 Anderson 43, Hanover 22 Hanover 26, Manchester 7 Hanover 31, Rose Polytechnic 24 Earlham 32, Hanover 6 Hanover 30, Taylor 21 Hanover 44, Indiana Central 37 Centre 28, Hanover 22

1963: 0-9 (0-5 HCC, 6th) - Carl Benhase Georgetown 33, Hanover 6 Franklin 20, Hanover 0 Anderson 38, Hanover 12 Wabash 55, Hanover 0 Maryville 19, Hanover 17 Taylor 68, Hanover 0 Indiana Central 20, Hanover 14 Manchester 31, Hanover 14 Centre 41, Hanover 20

1970: 2-7- Jon Mayfield Wabash 53, Hanover 19 Franklin 21, Hanover 14 Anderson 34, Hanover 8 Manchester 41, Hanover 40 Hanover 25, Rose-Hulman 20 Earlham 12, Hanover 7 Hanover 20, Taylor 14 Indiana Central 31, Hanover 14 Centre 21, Hanover 0

1964: 2-7 - Wade Roby Georgetown 41, Hanover 7 Hanover 20, Anderson 18 Indiana Central 20, Hanover 13 Manchester 12, Hanover 7 Centre 28, Hanover 0 Taylor 23, Hanover 7 Wabash 21, Hanover 13 Franklin 34, Hanover 7 Hanover 42, Rose Polytechnic 0

1971: 3-6- Jon Mayfield Wabash 13, Hanover 7 Franklin 27, Hanover 7 Anderson 29, Hanover 6 Manchester 7, Hanover 6 Hanover 21, Rose-Hulman 7 Earlham 6, Hanover 0 Hanover 9, Taylor 3 Indiana Central 7, Hanover 3 Hanover 13, Centre 0

1965: 1-8 - Wade Roby Georgetown 14, Hanover 0 Anderson 21, Hanover 12 Indiana Central 21, Hanover 13 Hanover 27, Manchester 7 Centre 33, Hanover 16 Taylor 20, Hanover 6 Wabash 61, Hanover 7 Franklin 33, Hanover 28 Rose Polytechnic 23, Hanover 7

1972: 4-5 (2-5 HBCC, 8th) - Rick Carter Hanover 29, Wabash 22 Bluffton 17, Hanover 14 Rose-Hulman 29, Hanover 12 Hanover 22, Manchester 7 Wilmington 15, Hanover 14 Hanover 26, Earlham 9 Anderson 29, Hanover 0 Taylor 24, Hanover 21 Hanover 20, Centre 8

1966: 4-5 (3-2 HCC, 2nd) - Wade Roby Georgetown 20, Hanover 14 Hanover 14, Anderson 0 Hanover 19, Indiana Central 0 Manchester 18, Hanover 13 Centre 13, Hanover 12 Hanover 21, Taylor 13 Wabash 35, Hanover 19 Franklin 21, Hanover 20 Hanover 45, Earlham 25

1973: 8-1 (6-1 HBCC, 1st) - Rick Carter Wabash 10, Hanover 0 Hanover 14, Findlay 12 Hanover 24, Anderson 14 Hanover 17, Rose-Hulman 7 Hanover 21, Manchester 0 Hanover 38, Centre 21 Hanover 24, Earlham 0 Hanover 31, Bluffton 13 Hanover 28, Taylor 14 1974: 9-1 (7-0 HBCC, 1st) - Rick Carter Hanover 81, Saint Ambrose 0 Hanover 32, Wilmington 7 Hanover 21, Rose-Hulman 18 Hanover 33, Manchester 13 Hanover 29, Findlay 15 Hanover 46, Earlham 13 Hanover 76, Anderson 0 Hanover 41, Taylor 15 Hanover 51, Centre 0 NAIA National Playoffs Missouri Valley 37, Hanover 29 1975: 9-1 (8-0 HBCC, 1st) - Rick Carter Hanover 21, Bluffton 7 Hanover 27, Defiance 0 Hanover 33, Rose-Hulman 12 Hanover 41, Manchester 0 Hanover 26, Findlay 0 Hanover 70, Earlham 6 Hanover 76, Anderson 6 Hanover 28, Taylor 0 Hanover 34, Wilmington 0 NAIA National Playoffs Texas Lutheran 32, Hanover 13 1976: 6-3 (6-2 HBCC, 1st) - Rick Carter Hanover 48, Earlham 0 Hanover 62, Anderson 14 Taylor 13, Hanover 12 Rose-Hulman 27, Hanover 7 Hanover 24, Defiance 3 Hanover 13, Bluffton 7 Hanover 23, Wilmington 3 Hanover 17, Manchester 0 Findlay 44, Hanover 6

1967: 5-4-1 - Wade Roby Northwestern Louisiana 49, Hanover 0 Hanover 33, Anderson 22 Hanover 27, Indiana Central 2 Hanover 52, Manchester 18 Centre 27, Hanover 19 Taylor 47, Hanover 6 Hanover 17, Wabash 16 Franklin 14, Hanover 8 Hanover 14, Earlham 14 Hanover 27, Hastings 17 1968: 5-4 (4-2 HCC, 2nd)- Jon Mayfield Hastings 41, Hanover 20 Hanover 27, Franklin 12 Anderson 21, Hanover 19 Hanover 19, Manchester 14 Hanover 34, Rose Polytechnic 0 Hanover 21, Earlham 17 Hanover 34, Taylor 14 Indiana Central 18, Hanover 13 Centre 43, Hanover 14

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2013 Hanover College Season results 1981: 5-3-1 (5-3 HBCC, 3rd) - Pete Compise Hanover 41, Taylor 31 Hanover 21, Rose-Hulman 21 Hanover 51, Defiance 26 Hanover 31, Bluffton 7 Wilmington 38, Hanover 8 Hanover 31, Manchester 7 Findlay 16, Hanover 9 Hanover 47, Earlham 7 Anderson 28, Hanover 23 1982: 7-2 (6-2 HBCC, 3rd) - Wayne Perry Hanover 21, Rose-Hulman 14 Hanover 7, Defiance 6 Hanover 62, Bluffton 17 Hanover 14, Wilmington 7 Hanover 32, Manchester 0 Findlay 31, Hanover 7 Hanover 42, Earlham 0 Anderson 14, Hanover 3 Hanover 24, Taylor 23 1983: 5-4 (3-4 HBCC, 5th) - Wayne Perry Hanover 24, Rose-Hulman 20 Hanover 17, Defiance 16 Hanover 35, Bluffton 10 Wilmington 31, Hanover 30 Hanover 10, Manchester 7 Findlay 28, Hanover 0 Earlham 35, Hanover 16 Anderson 14, Hanover 10 Hanover 35, Taylor 17 1984: 8-2-1 (4-1-1 HBCC, 2nd) - Wayne Perry Hanover 27, Rose-Hulman 0 Hanover 45, Defiance 42 Hanover 44, Bluffton 7 Hanover 29, Wilmington 29 Hanover 54, Manchester 0 Findlay 35, Hanover 29 Hanover 14, Earlham 0 Hanover 25, Anderson 24 Hanover 53, Union 0 NAIA National Playoffs Hanover 18, Findlay 17 Linfield 55, Hanover 14

1977: 7-2 (6-2 HBCC, 3rd) - Pete Compise Hanover 49, Earlham 7 Hanover 24, Anderson 13 Hanover 19, Taylor 3 Defiance 30, Hanover 0 Hanover 52, Bluffton 6 Wilmington 7, Hanover 3 Hanover 21, Manchester 0 Hanover 14, Findlay 7 Hanover 24, Rose-Hulman 0

1979: 7-2 (7-1 HBCC, 1st) - Pete Compise Hanover 26, Anderson 0 Hanover 26, Taylor 0 Rose-Hulman 19, Hanover 11 Hanover 24, Defiance 17 Hanover 21, Bluffton 0 Wilmington 22, Hanover 18 Hanover 24, Manchester 20 Hanover 31, Findlay 27 Hanover 49, Earlham 13

1978: 6-2-1 (6-2 HBCC, 2nd) - Pete Compise Hanover 12, Anderson 10 Hanover 31, Taylor 13 Hanover 0, Rose-Hulman 0 Defiance 24, Hanover 12 Hanover 31, Bluffton 0 Hanover 21, Wilmington 0 Hanover 47, Manchester 14 Findlay 30, Hanover 11 Hanover 31, Earlham 26

1980: 8-2 (7-1 HBCC, 1st) - Pete Compise Hanover 13, Taylor 0 Hanover 20, Rose-Hulman 13 Hanover 27, Defiance 14 Hanover 24, Bluffton 0 Wilmington 39, Hanover 20 Hanover 34, Manchester 6 Hanover 23, Findlay 14 Hanover 42, Earlham 6 Hanover 28, Anderson 13 NAIA National Playoffs Wilmington 56, Hanover 49

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1985: 5-4 (3-3 HBCC, 4th) - Wayne Perry Rose-Hulman 31, Hanover 21 Hanover 35, Defiance 24 Bluffton 56, Hanover 41 Wilmington 32, Hanover 25 Hanover 13, Manchester 10 Findlay 49, Hanover 9 Hanover 51, Earlham 36 Hanover 31, Anderson 27 Hanover 46, Kentucky Wesleyan 7 1986: 8-2 (independent) - Wayne Perry Hanover 22, Rose-Hulman 21 Hanover 42, Earlham 14 Georgetown 31, Hanover 18 Hanover 42, Union 0 Hanover 47, Defiance 7 Hanover 41, Anderson 6 Hanover 28, Manchester 6 Hanover 24, Bluffton 10 Hanover 28, Olivet Nazarene 13 NAIA National Playoffs Wisc-LaCrosse 35, Hanover 33 1987: 6-3 (independent) - Wayne Perry Rose-Hulman 27, Hanover 20 Hanover 35, Earlham 14 Georgetown 37, Hanover 14 Hanover 45, Union 21 Hanover 44, Defiance 20 Hanover 38, Anderson 7 Hanover 35, Manchester 14 Hanover 40, Bluffton 37 Taylor 42, Hanover 41

1988: 4-6 (independent) - Wayne Perry Rose-Hulman 33, Hanover 27 Hanover 48, Earlham 23 Georgetown 41, Hanover 13 Hanover 49, Campbellsville 12 Hanover 51, Defiance 10 Anderson 56, Hanover 42 Hanover 31, Manchester 13 Bluffton 40, Hanover 21 Franklin 34, Hanover 13 Taylor 38, Hanover 35

1994: 8-2 (5-1 ICAC, 1st) - Wayne Perry Hanover 44, Otterbein 19 Hanover 31, Centre 19 Defiance 35, Hanover 24 Hanover 42, Mount St. Joseph 35 Hanover 35, DePauw 10 Hanover 37, Anderson 9 Hanover 39, Wabash 27 Rose-Hulman 48, Hanover 24 Hanover 42, Manchester 13 Hanover 49, Franklin 42

1989: 9-1-1 (7-0 ICAC, 1st) - Wayne Perry Hanover 31, Rose-Hulman 0 Hanover 20, Earlham 6 Hanover 14, Georgetown 14 Hanover 36, Campbellsville 0 Hanover 27, Defiance 0 Hanover 40, Anderson 24 Hanover 48, Manchester 20 Hanover 31, Bluffton 21 Hanover 49, Franklin 16 Hanover 45, Taylor 17 NAIA National Playoffs Missouri Valley 48, Hanover 27

1995: 10-1 (6-0 ICAC, 1st) - Wayne Perry Hanover 24, Otterbein 7 Hanover 14, Centre 3 Hanover 38, Defiance 20 Hanover 44, Mount St. Joseph 33 Hanover 45, DePauw 25 Hanover 41, Anderson 35 Hanover 41, Wabash 21 Hanover 73, Rose-Hulman 23 Hanover 41, Manchester 19 Hanover 26, Franklin 22 NCAA National Playoffs Mount Union 52, Hanover 18

1990: 6-4 (4-3 ICAC, 3rd) - Wayne Perry Bluffton 22, Hanover 7 Hanover 32, Mount St. Joseph 14 Hanover 17, Georgetown 14 Anderson 30, Hanover 12 Hanover 50, Wabash 6 Rose-Hulman 27, Hanover 23 Hanover 17, Taylor 0 Hanover 48, Manchester 13 DePauw 37, Hanover 18 Hanover 47, Franklin 33

1996: 6-4 (3-3 ICAC, 3rd) - Wayne Perry Hanover 32, Otterbein 0 Hanover 23, North Central 14 Centre 14, Hanover 13 Hanover 27, Mount St. Joseph 9 Manchester 35, Hanover 22 DePauw 41, Hanover 34 Hanover 34, Anderson 17 Wabash 37, Hanover 17 Hanover 27, Rose-Hulman 0 Hanover 27, Franklin 14

1991: 7-3 (4-2 ICAC, 2nd) - Wayne Perry Hanover 56, Bluffton 28 Hanover 37, Mount St. Joseph 12 Georgetown 55, Hanover 46 Anderson 36, Hanover 26 Wabash 26, Hanover 14 Hanover 36, Rose-Hulman 32 Hanover 17, Taylor 8 Hanover 35, Manchester 19 Hanover 37, DePauw 31 Hanover 34, Franklin 31

1997: 10-1 (6-0 ICAC, 1st) - Wayne Perry Hanover 35, Otterbein 28 (OT) Hanover 24, North Central 7 Hanover 22, Centre 17 Hanover 25, Mount St. Joseph 21 Hanover 45, Manchester 7 Hanover 34, DePauw 7 Hanover 21, Anderson 0 Hanover 10, Wabash 7 Hanover 47, Rose-Hulman 20 Hanover 19, Franklin 6 NCAA National Playoffs John Carroll 30, Hanover 20

1992: 6-4 (4-2 ICAC, 2nd) - Wayne Perry Defiance 35, Hanover 14 Thomas More 42, Hanover 30 Hanover 56, Bluffton 49 DePauw 31, Hanover 15 Hanover 38, Anderson 19 Wabash 38, Hanover 33 Hanover 17, Rose-Hulman 16 Hanover 49, Taylor 21 Hanover 28, Manchester 21 Hanover 31, Franklin 7 1993: 3-7 (2-4 ICAC, 4th) - Wayne Perry Defiance 46, Hanover 29 Thomas More 36, Hanover 22 Hanover 33, Bluffton 23 DePauw 21, Hanover 14 Anderson 28, Hanover 21 Wabash 55, Hanover 21 Hanover 37, Rose-Hulman 21 Taylor 47, Hanover 45 Hanover 45, Manchester 7 Franklin 41, Hanover 28

Hanover in the Playoffs Hanover has made 12 appearances in the national playoffs. The Panthers are 2-12 in postseason games. The squad is 1-6 in NCAA Division III national playoff games.

NCAA Playoff Appearances 2003 54-32 loss at Baldwin-Wallace (Ohio) 2002 34-33 loss to Wittenberg (Ohio) 2000 20-3 win at Hope (Mich.)

32-21 loss at Wittenberg (Ohio)

1999 56-14 loss to Ohio Northern 1997 30-20 loss to John Carroll (Ohio) 1995 52-18 loss at Mount Union (Ohio)

NAIA Playoff Appearances 1989 48-27 loss at Missouri Valley 1986 35-33 loss to Wisconsin-LaCrosse 1984 18-17 win at Findlay (Ohio)

55-14 loss at Linfield (Ore.)

1980 56-49 loss at Wilmington (Ohio) 1975 32-13 loss at Texas Lutheran 1974 37-29 loss to Missouri Valley

1998: 9-1 (6-1 HCAC, 2nd) - Wayne Perry Hanover 29, Thomas More 28 Hanover 49, Eureka 7 Hanover 30, Washington & Jefferson 20 Hanover 40, Bluffton 12 Hanover 71, Manchester 26 Hanover 31, Wilmington 24 Hanover 37, Mount St. Joseph 14 Hanover 58, Anderson 20 Wabash 28, Hanover 21 Hanover 41, Franklin 20 1999: 10-1 (7-0 HCAC, 1st) - Wayne Perry Hanover, 45, Thomas More 19 Hanover 35, Eureka 17 Hanover 30, Washington & Jefferson 13 Hanover 41, Bluffton 38 Hanover 45, Manchester 14 Hanover 30, Wilmington 15 Hanover 29, Mount St. Joseph 25 Hanover 31, Anderson 12 Hanover 28, Wabash 18 Hanover 27, Franklin 10 NCAA National Playoffs Ohio Northern 56, Hanover 14

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2013 Hanover College Season results 2006: 4-6 (4-3 HCAC, 4th) - Wayne Perry Thomas More 25, Hanover 23 Butler 30, Hanover 20 Washington & Jefferson 35, Hanover 0 Hanover 41, Rose-Hulman 8 Mount St. Joseph 24, Hanover 0 Hanover 32, Manchester 14 Defiance 20, Hanover 10 Hanover 7, Bluffton 6 Hanover 27, Anderson 3 Franklin 35, Hanover 10 2007: 2-8 (2-5 HCAC, 6th) - Wayne Perry Thomas More 40, Hanover 24 Butler 44, Hanover 14 Washington & Jefferson 50, Hanover 14 Rose-Hulman 24, Hanover 7 Mount St. Joseph 56, Hanover 21 Hanover 30, Manchester 28 Defiance 33, Hanover 7 Hanover 24, Bluffton 21 Anderson 37, Hanover 27 Franklin 55, Hanover 14 2008: 2-7 (2-5 HCAC, 7th) – Joe Austin Centre 46, Hanover 22 Waynesburg 34, Hanover 32 Anderson 56, Hanover 12 Rose-Hulman 44, Hanover 33 Mount St. Joseph 37, Hanover 19 Hanover 35, Manchester 34 Defiance 31, Hanover 28 (OT) Hanover 42, Bluffton 19 Franklin 34, Hanover 0

2000: 8-4 (5-1 HCAC, 1st) - Wayne Perry Hanover 24, DePauw 21 Thomas More 38, Hanover 37 (OT) Washington & Jefferson 50, Hanover 32 Hanover 25, Alma 7 Defiance 13, Hanover 7 (OT) Hanover 24, Bluffton 15 Hanover 55, Mount St. Joseph 12 Hanover 48, Anderson 26 Hanover 43, Manchester 3 Hanover 34, Franklin 17 NCAA National Playoffs Hanover 20, Hope 3 Wittenberg 32, Hanover 21 2001: 5-5 (4-2 HCAC, 3rd) - Wayne Perry Hanover 30, DePauw 27 Thomas More 28, Hanover 21 Washington & Jefferson 35, Hanover 10 Alma 56, Hanover 14 Defiance 33, Hanover 13 Hanover 34, Bluffton 15 Hanover 36, Mount St. Joseph 14 Anderson 51, Hanover 27 Hanover 29, Manchester 16 Hanover 54, Franklin 6 2002: 10-1 (6-0 HCAC, 1st) - Wayne Perry Hanover 47, Urbana 14 Hanover 36, Thomas More 3 Hanover 31, DePauw 21 Hanover 49, Manchester 7 Hanover 57, Defiance 35 Hanover 47, Bluffton 21 Hanover 41, Anderson 23 Hanover 35, Washington & Jefferson 14 Hanover 49, Mount St. Joseph 14 Hanover 57, Franklin 12 NCAA National Playoffs Wittenberg 34, Hanover 33

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2003: 8-3 (6-0 HCAC, 1st) - Wayne Perry Hanover 34, Urbana 17 Hanover 33, Thomas More 30 (OT) DePauw 39, Hanover 20 Hanover 57, Manchester 18 Hanover 55, Defiance 38 Hanover 52, Bluffton 10 Hanover 48, Anderson 19 Washington & Jefferson 42, Hanover 28 Hanover 26, Mount St. Joseph 24 Hanover 33, Franklin 24 NCAA National Playoffs Baldwin-Wallace 54, Hanover 32

2009: 3-7 (3-4 HCAC, 5th) – Joe Austin Centre 34, Hanover 20 Waynesburg 49, Hanover 21 Butler 42, Hanover 21 Hanover 51, Anderson 13 Rose-Hulman 41, Hanover 38 Mount St. Joseph 28, Hanover 13 Manchester 30, Hanover 8 Hanover 30, Defiance 27 Hanover 52, Bluffton 19 Franklin 42, Hanover 28 2010: 7-3 (6-2 HCAC, 2nd) – Joe Austin Hanover 28, Centre 27 (OT) Thomas More 56, Hanover 12 Defiance 24, Hanover 10 Hanover 52, Rose-Hulman 31 Hanover 28, Anderson 23 Hanover 51, Earlham 23 Hanover 35, Manchester 25 Hanover 27, Bluffton 20 Hanover 25, Mount St. Joseph 15 Franklin 48, Hanover 25

2004: 6-4 (5-1 HCAC, 2nd) - Wayne Perry Thomas More 31, Hanover 30 Washington & Jefferson 27 Hanover 15 Bridgewater 72, Hanover 24 Hanover 34, Waynesburg 31 Mount St. Joseph 29, Hanover 10 Hanover 31, Manchester 7 Hanover 28, Defiance 7 Hanover 37, Bluffton 20 Hanover 21, Anderson 0 Hanover 24, Franklin 7

2011: 5-5 (5-3 HCAC, 2nd) – Joe Austin Centre 38, Hanover 21 Thomas More 44, Hanover 13 Hanover 37, Defiance 12 Rose-Hulman 30, Hanover 21 Hanover 37, Anderson 14 Hanover 62, Earlham 0 Hanover 58, Manchester 7 Hanover 42, Bluffton 7 Mount St. Joseph 41, Hanover 23 Franklin 40, Hanover 15

2005: 4-6 (3-3 HCAC, 3rd) - Wayne Perry Hanover 12, Thomas More 7 Washington & Jefferson 56, Hanover 20 Bridgewater 56, Hanover 42 Waynesburg 34, Hanover 17 Hanover 41, Mount St. Joseph 35 (OT) Hanover 48, Manchester 7 Defiance 28, Hanover 14 Bluffton 33, Hanover 19 Hanover 35, Anderson 28 Franklin 45, Hanover 15

2012: 6-4 (6-2 HCAC, 2nd) – Steve Baudendistel Illinois College 51, Hanover 28 Wabash 33, Hanover, 12 Hanover 28, Mount St. Joseph (Ohio) 24 Hanover 33, Rose-Hulman 27 (OT) Hanover 54, Anderson 14 Hanover 40, Bluffton (Ohio) 13 Hanover 47, Defiance (Ohio) 14 Hanover 55, Earlham 10 Manchester 35, Hanover 34 Franklin 58, Hanover 29

2013 Hanover College Records

INDIVIDUAL records Total Offense 1. 9,976, Jon Pinnick, 1983-86 2. 8,147, Eric Bruns, 1996-00 3. 8,134, Terry Peebles, 1992-95 4. 7,952, Brett Dietz, 2000-03 Passing Offense 1. 10,450, Jon Pinnick, 1983-86 2. 8,019, Eric Bruns, 1996-00 3. 7,606, Brett Dietz, 2000-03 4. 7,337, Terry Peebles, 1992-95 Rushing Offense 1. 3,022, Anthony Brantley, 1973-75, 1977 2. 2,517, Howard Treesh, 1947-49 3. 2,278, Nate Clemmons, 1972-754. 2,162, Bill Wilcox, 1996-00 Receiving Offense 1. 3,485, Daniel Passafiume, 2008-10, 2012 (344 catches) 2. 3,332, Mike Luker, 1985-88 (226) 2. 3,332, Brian Glesing, 1989-92 (206) 4. 3,005, Tarrik Wilson, 1996-99 (242) All-Purpose Offense 1. 5,892, Brian Glesing, 1989-92 2. 5,386, Daniel Passafiume, 2008-10, 2012 3. 4,448, Bill Wilcox, 1996-00 4. 4,235, Ben Fox, 1992-95 Scoring Offense 1. 294, Brian Glesing, 1989-92 2. 257, Daniel Passafiume, 2008-10, 2012 3. 254, Anthony Brantley, 1973-75, 1977 3. 254, Howard Treesh, 1947-49 3. 254, Bill Wilcox, 1996-00

Tackles 1. 526, Don Katzman, 1977-80 2. 457, Kevin O’Donohue, 1994-97 3. 456, Mark Deal, 1981-84 4. 423, Andy Dalton, 2009-12 Total Offense Career: 9,976, Jon Pinnick, 1983-86 Season: 4,443, Terry Peebles, 1995 Game: 595, Paul Gray vs. Georgetown, 1991 Passing Yards Career: 10,450, Jon Pinnick, 1983-86 Season: 4,031, Brett Dietz, 2003 Game: 630, Paul Gray vs. Georgetown, 1991 Play: 99 yards, Alex Kiel vs. Manchester, 2006 Passes Attempted Career: 1,356, Jon Pinnick, 1983-86 Season: 575, Brett Dietz, 2003 Game: 92, Paul Gray vs. Georgetown, 1991 Passes Completed Career: 835, Jon Pinnick, 1983-86 Season: 360, Brett Dietz, 2003 Game: 46, Brett Dietz, vs. BaldwinWallace, 2003 (46-78-4) Completion Percentage Career: 64.9, Chris Stormer, 1995-98 Season: 67.5, Chris Stormer, 1998 Game: 88.6, Chris Stormer vs. Manchester, 1997 (39-44)

Don Katzman, a 1981 graduate, was a firstteam all-American as a senior and earned honorable-mention all-American recognition as a junior and sophomore. Katzman finished his career as the leading tackler in school history, setting marks for most tackles in a game (33), season (190) and career (526).

Touchdown Passes Career: 98, Jon Pinnick, 1983-86 Season: 41, Terry Peebles, 1995 Game: 7, Paul Gray vs. Georgetown, 1991; Terry Peebles vs. DePauw & Rose-Hulman, 1995 Pass Receptions Career: 344, Daniel Passafiume, 2008-10, 2012 Season: 117, Tyler Thiems, 2008 Game: 25, Daniel Passafiume, vs. Franklin, 2009 Receiving Yards Career: 3,485, Daniel Passafiume, 2008-10, 2012 (344 catches) Season: 1,622, Mike Luker, 1988 Game: 262, Mike Luker vs Rose-Hulman, 1988 Play: 99 yards, Dustin Stewart vs. Manchester, 2006 Receiving Touchdowns Career: 39, Daniel Passafiume, 2008-10, 2012 Season: 16, Mike Luker, 1988 Game: 5, Tarrik Wilson vs. Manchester, 1998 Rushing Attempts Career: 527, Anthony Brantley, 1973-75, 1977 Season: 215, Rob Henkle, 1981 Game: 39, Walt Worley vs. Bluffton, 1979 Rushing Yards Career: 3,022, Anthony Brantley, 1973-75, 1977 Season: 1,383, Howard Treesh, 1948 Game: 279, Howard Treesh vs. Rose Poly, 1948 Play: 85, Adam Stevenson vs. Bluffton, 2003 Rushing Touchdowns Career: 41, Anthony Brantley, 1973-75, 1977 Season: 12, Anthony Brantley, 1973 Game: 6, Gene Hough, vs. St. Mary’s, 1925 Play: 85, Adam Stevenson vs. Bluffton, 2003 Kick Scoring Career: 166, Dan Farrington, 1991-94 Season: 80, Nathan Littlefield, 2003 (11 FGs) Game: 14, Drew Starck vs. Franklin, 2002 (3 FGs/5 PATs) Field Goal: 52 yards, Tom Harlan vs. Anderson, 1983, and Drew Starck vs. Franklin, 2002 Total Points Career: 294, Brian Glesing, 1989-92 Season: 110, Tarrik Wilson, 1998 Game: 54, Eugene Hough, vs St. Mary’s (Ky.), 1925 (8 TDs, 6 PATs) Tackles Career: 526, Don Katzman, 1977-80 Season: 190, Don Katzman, 1980 Game: 33, Don Katzman vs. Findlay, 1979 Interceptions Career: 16, Robb Heidenreich, 1982-1985 Season: Nine, Corry Stewart, 2009 Game: Three, Tim Henkle vs. Anderson, 1973; Andy Southworth vs. Mount St. Joseph, 1997; Josh Bowman vs. Mount St. Joseph, 2000; and Eric Kluft vs. Thomas More, 2002 For Touchdown: 85 yards, Andy Dalton, vs. Anderson, 2011

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2013 Hanover College Records Two-time Hanover most valuable player Daniel Passafiume is the school’s career receptions leader with 254 catches.In 2009 he also set a NCAA all-divisions single-game record with 25 receptions against Franklin College, breaking the mark held by NFL hall-offamer Jerry Rice.

Team records Best Regular Season Records 10-0 (outscored opponents 449-164), 2002 10-0 (outscored opponents 341-181), 1999 10-0 (outscored opponents 282-120), 1997 10-0 (outscored opponents 387-208), 1995 9-0 (outscored opponents 410- 81), 1974 9-0 (outscored opponents 356- 31), 1975 9-0-1 (outscored opponents 341-118), 1989 Worst Regular Season Records 0-9 (outscored by opponents, 204-119), 1962 0-9 (outscored by opponents, 325-83), 1963 Longest Winning Streak Regular Season: 28, last eight games of 1973, all of 1974 and 1975, first two games of 1976 All Games: 17, last eight games of 1973, first nine games of 1974 Consecutive Games Scoring: 216, three games in 1983, all games in 1984-2004 Consecutive Games Shut Out: Four, 1946 Consecutive Shutouts: Five, last game in 1940, first four games in 1941 Consecutive Winning Seasons: 15, 1973-87 Rushing Yards Season: 3,203, 1948 Game: 583, vs. Indiana Central, 1957 Passing Yards Season: 4,138, 2003 Game: 630, vs. Georgetown, 1991 Total Yards Season: 5,296 (4,138 pass/1,158 rush), 2003 Game: 910 (426 rush/484 pass) vs. Franklin, 1948

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Points Scored Season: 482, 2002 (11 games) Game: 87, vs. St. Mary’s (Ky.), 1925 Milestone Victories • 1st Win 11-2 vs. Butler, 1886 • 50th Win 27-7 vs. KMI, 1917 • 1st Night Game (Win) 32-0 vs. Lindsey-Wilson, 1929 • 100th Win 13-6 vs. Indiana State, 1937 • 150th Win 25-0 vs. Anderson, 1952 • 200th Win 27-7 vs. Manchester, 1965 • 250th Win 41-0 vs. Manchester, 1975 • 300th Win 42-0 vs. Earlham, 1982 • 1st NAIA Playoff Win 18-17 vs. Findlay, 1984 • 350th Win 17-0 vs. Taylor, 1990 • 400th Win 10-7 vs. Wabash, 1997 • 1st NCAA Playoff Win 20-3 vs. Hope, 2000 • 450th Win 48-19 vs. Anderson, 2003

MVPs 2012 Daniel Passafiume, WR 2011 Matt Robinette, TE 2010 Daniel Passafiume, WR 2009 Daniel Passafiume, WR 2008 Tyler Thiems, WR 2007 Corey Fogle, RB 2006 Jason Allen, LB 2005 Mike Russell, WB 2004 Adam Stevenson, RB 2003 Brett Dietz, QB 2002 Jeffrey Jourdan, WR 2001 Todd England, RB 2000 John Agan, WR 1999 Tarrik Wilson, WR 1998 Chris Stormer, QB 1997 Kevin O’ Donohue, LB 1996 Kevin O’ Donohue, LB

1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979

Terry Peebles, QB Terry Peebles, QB Damon Klesa, WR Brian Glesing, WR Paul Gray, QB Steve Kunselman, RB Gary Gabbard, QB Mike Luker, WR Bob Burkhart, QB Jon Pinnick, QB Jon Pinnick, QB Jon Pinnick, QB Mike Leonard, QB Brett Bardwell, QB Jeff Carter, WR Don Katzman, LB Cliff Hellyer, QB

1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962

Cliff Hellyer, QB Dan Allen, LB Steve Dosmann, DL Bruce Harbeson, QB Jim Spencer, OL Bill Mannan, DL Mike Paul, LB Bob Johnson, DL Jim Reed, RB Phil Winning, QB Phil Winning, QB Tom Spencer, LB Al Kolb, TE Al Kolb, TE Mike Groh, DB Frank Martin, RB Dick Beal, RB

1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947

Fred Vargo, QB Jerry Winger, DB Jim Albright, QB Denny Sylvester, RB John Dwenger, RB Bob Wright, RB Danny Kile, RB Dick Deardurff, RB Jack Haines, OL/LB Dick Casten, RB Gary Fox, QB Tom Houser, RB Warren Guthrie, LB Hank Treesh, RB Bill Klein, WR

All-Americans Hattie Meyer, RB/QB, 1946 (HM) William Klein, TE, 1947 (HM), 1948 (2nd), 1949 (HM) Jim Peterson, QB, 1947 (3rd), 1948 (1st), 1949 (1st)

Don Katzman, LB, 1978 (HM), 1979 (HM), 1980 (1st)

Brian Glesing, WR, 1990 (HM), 1991 (1st)

Jeff Carter, WR, 1979 (HM), 1980 (2nd), 1981 (1st)

Shannon Michael, P, 1990 (HM)

Walt Worley, RB, 1979 (2nd)

Hank Treesh, RB, 1948 (1st), 1949

Gary Cushing, RB, 1980 (HM)

Bob Wright, RB, 1956 (HM), 1957 (HM)

Jeff Walton, TE, 1980 (HM), 1981 (2nd)

Gary Vandergriff, RB, 1957 (1st)

John Case, OL, 1982 (HM)

Dick Johnston, OL, 1958 (HM)

Tom Harlan, K, 1982 (HM), 1983 (HM)

Joe Shires, WR, 1958 (HM)

Rob Henkle, RB, 1982 (HM)

Jack Mayfield, OL, 1958 (HM)

Andy Hodek, P, 1982 (2nd), 1983 (2nd)

Phil Smith, OL, 1959 (HM)

Ron Mueller, DB, 1982 (2nd)

Phil Winning, QB, 1969 (HM), 1970 (HM)

Chris Phelps, DL, 1982 (HM)

Bob Johnson, DL, 1971

Bryan Perry, WR, 1983 (2nd), 1984 (2nd)

Sam George, OL/DL, 1974 (HM)

Dan Abrell, WR, 1984 (HM), 1985 (HM)

Anthony Brantley, RB, 1975 (1st), 1977 (HM)

Mike Buchanan, OL, 1984 (HM)

Pete Corrao, OL, 1975 (HM)

Robb Heidenreich, DB, 1984 (HM)

Mike Chalk, DL, 1975 (HM) Gary Fricke, OL, 1975 (HM), 1976 (2nd) Bruce Harbeson, QB, 1975 (HM) Tim Henke, DB, 1975 (HM) Kelly Kerin, DL, 1975 (2nd) Gary Myers, WR, 1975 (HM) Brent Smith, LB, 1975 (HM) Dan Allen, LB, 1977 (HM) Gary Leonhardt, TE, 1977 (HM) Gary Wilson, DE, 1977 (HM), 1979 (HM) Cliff Hellyer, QB, 1978 (HM), 1979 (HM)

Mark Deal, LB, 1984 (HM) Dave Korengel, DL, 1984 (HM) Jon Pinnick, QB, 1984 (1st), 1985 (2nd), 1986 (1st) John Cravaack, DL, 1986 (HM), 1987 (HM)

Steve Kunselman, RB, 1990 (HM) Matt Woeste, LB, 1990 (HM) Paul Gray, QB, 1991 (1st) Derek Moyers, WR, 1991 (1st) Nick Roudebush, WR, 1994 (3rd) Ben Fox, WR, 1995 (1st) Kevin O’Donohue, LB, 1995 (HM), 1996 (1st), 1997 (1st) Terry Peebles, QB, 1995 (1st) Chris Stormer, QB, 1997 (2nd), 1998 (1st) Jason Welty, DL, 1998 (3rd), 1999 (1st) Tarrik Wilson, WR, 1998 (3rd), 1999 (3rd) Josh Bowman, DB, 1999 (HM) Scott Buening, DL, 1999 (HM) Andy Mitchell, WR, 1999 (HM) Thad Molnar, LB, 1999 (HM) Anthony Weigleb, OL, 1999 (1st) John Agan, WR, 2000 (2nd) Eric Bruns, QB, 2000 (3rd) Jeffrey Jourdan, WR, 2002 (2nd)

Brad Dreyer, OL, 1986 (2nd)

Josh Smith, OL, 2002

Phil Ochs, DB, 1986 (1st)

Corry Stewart, DB, 2009 (1st)

Bob Burkart, QB, 1987 (2nd)

Matt Money, OL, 2011 (2nd, HM)

Mike Luker, WR, 1987 (1st), 1988 (1st)

Matt Robinette, TE, 2011 (2nd)

Steve Hart, DB, 1988 (2nd)

Rory Mannering, DB, 2011 (HM)

Joel Benedetti, DB, 1989 (2nd)

Daniel Passafiume, WR, 2012, 2010

Steve Weber, OL, 1989 (HM)

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New Outdoor athletic facilities Completion Completion date: date: June 2014 June 2014 The new outdoor athletic complex will serve the following sports: • Baseball • Cross Country • Football • Men’s Golf • Women’s Golf • Men’s Lacrosse • Women’s Lacrosse • Men’s Soccer • Women’s Soccer • Softball • Men’s Tennis • Women’s Tennis • Track & Field

About 75 percent of all our student athletes, approximately 300 students, compete in outdoor sports. Hanover’s new outdoor athletic complex will give our teams access to locker rooms, training rooms and equipment rooms. Coaches, officials and fans will be able to enjoy a stadium press box with restrooms, a concession stand, locker rooms for coaches and officials, adequate facilities for visiting teams and a President’s Box.

“It’s exciting for everyone who cares about Panther athletics to anticipate the new and upgraded facilities for all outdoor sports that will take our programs to a new level.” Lynn Nichols Hall ’82, Director of Athletics

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Town Behind the TEAM Please support the businesses that support the Panthers! Hall’s Laundries, Inc PO Box 289 420 North Jefferson Street Madison, IN 47250 (812) 273-5900

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Heartland Conference The Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference is a union of 10 private small colleges and universities from Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky. Formed in 1997, the Heartland Conference is affiliated with the National Collegiate Athletic Association and participates at the Division III level, which offers no athletic scholarships. The league currently sponsors men’s championship in baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, soccer, tennis, indoor and outdoor track & field and wrestling. Championships are awarded in nine women’s sports, including: basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, indoor and outdoor track & field and volleyball. Five member schools were formerly affiliated with the Indiana Collegiate Athletic Conference and three schools were members of the Association of Mideast Colleges.

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Anderson University, Franklin College, Hanover, Manchester University and the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology were each charter members of the ICAC. Bluffton University, Defiance College and the College of Mount St. Joseph were each members of the AMC. Transylvania University, a former member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), officially joined the Heartland Conference in 2001. Earlham College, a former member of the North Coast Athletic Conference, joined the HCAC prior to the 2010-11 academic year.

Anderson University Location: Anderson, Ind. Enrollment: 2,750 www.anderson.edu

Franklin College Location: Franklin, Ind. Enrollment: 1,014 www.franklincollege.edu

Bluffton University Location: Bluffton, Ohio Enrollment: 1,127 www.bluffton.edu

Hanover College Location: Hanover, Ind. Enrollment: 1,000 www.hanover.edu

Defiance College Location: Defiance, Ohio Enrollment: 1,070 www.defiance.edu

Manchester University Location: North Manchester, Ind. Enrollment: 1,223 www.manchester.edu

Earlham College Location: Richmond, Ind. Enrollment: 1,200 www.earlham.edu

College of Mount St. Joseph Location: Cincinnati, Ohio Enrollment: 2,300 www.msj.edu

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Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Location: Terre Haute, Ind. Enrollment: 1,900 www.rose-hulman.edu Transylvania University Location: Lexington, Kentucky Enrollment: 1,100 www.transy.edu

www.heartlandconf.org

Hanover, WE’RE FOR YOU In the hills of Indiana, Where the broad Ohio flows, Stands a college old in story, In our hearts her mem’ry glows, Her devoted sons and daughters, Bring to her illustrious fame, And where e’er their footsteps wander, They will praise her name. Chorus Hanover drive on down the field, Hanover hit that line, Hanover on to victory, Roll up that score this time, Undaunted on high our colors fly, The cardinal and the blue, So we’ll fight, yes, we’ll fight, For the goal’s in sight, Here’s to Hanover, We’re For You!!!

Strength Training

Hanover College Facilities

2013 Hanover Schedule Sept. 7 Illinois College

1:30 P.M.

Community Day

Sept. 14

@ Wabash

Sept. 21

@ Mount St. Joseph (Ohio) * 1:30 P.M.

Oct. 5

@ Rose-Hulman *

Oct. 12 Anderson *

Faculty / Staff Day

Oct. 19

Bluffton (Ohio) *

1 P.M. 1:30 P.M. 1:30 P.M. 1:30 P.M.

Homecoming

Oct. 26

@ Defiance (Ohio) *

1:30 P.M.

Nov. 2

@ Earlham *

1:30 P.M.

Nov. 9

Manchester *

Hall Of Fame Game

Nov. 16

Franklin *

Senior Day / Victory Bell

1:30 P.M. 1:30 P.M.

Streaming live video of home games at hanover.edu/live

Hanover Coaches Show The Hanover College Coaches Show airs live from 7-8 p.m. each Wednesday on WIKI-95.3 FM and 953wiki.com. The program, hosted by Larry Duke, features 30 minutes with head football coach Steve Baudendistel. The second half of the show includes guests from the College’s active sports teams.

* denotes Heartland Conference games

hanover.edu/athletics 812.866.6800

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2013 Hanover College Football Media Guide