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The South Dakota School of Mines and Technology would like to welcome you to Dunham Field at O’Harra Stadium. The football field and facilities has recently received quite a facelift with the addition of state-of-the art locker rooms, a prestige turf playing surface on the field, a high-tech scoreboard capable of giving in-game statistics and six luxury skyboxes perched over the grandstands enabling fans to watch the game from a whole new perspective. It is truly one of the best facilities in the Dakota Athletic Conference

HARDROCKER FOOTBALL 2011 PRESEASON FACTS General Information Name of School: South Dakota School of Mines Address: 501 East St. Joseph Street City/Zip: Rapid City, SD, 57701 Enrollment: 2100 Nickname: Hardrockers School Colors: Vegas Gold and Navy Blue Gymnasium: Goodell Gymnasium Affiliation: NCAA Div. II Conference: Unafilliated President: Robert A. Wharton, Ph.D. Alma Mater: Virginia Polytechnic Institute/ Humboldt State University Athletics Director: Dick Kaiser Alma Mater: University of Northern Colorado/ South Dakota State University Athletic Department Phone: 605-394-2351 Athletic Department Fax: 605-394-6950

Sports Information Office Sports Information Director: Brad Blume Alma Mater: South Dakota State, SID Office Phone: 605-394-2355 SID Fax: 605-394-6950 SID E-mail: bradley.blume@sdsmt.edu Athletics website: www.gorockers.com

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Dan Kratzer Alma Mater: B.S., Missouri Valley College M.S., Central Missouri State Record at SDM: 22-38 Football Office Phone: 605-394-2604 Email: daniel.kratzer@sdsmt.edu Assistants: Lonnie Messick, Dan Dieringer, Charlie Giangrosso, Greg Hodgin, Dustin Thomas, and Cody Hawley.

Team Information 2010 Overall Record: 7-3 2010 DAC Record: 6-2 Home/Away/ Neutral Records: 3-2/ 4-0/ 0-1

Media Information Newspapers Rapid City Journal P.O. Box 450 Rapid City, SD, 57709 Phone: 605-394-8430 Fax: 605-394-8463 sports@rapidcityjournal.com Radio KKLS (Tom Rudebusch) 660 Flormann Street Suite 160 Rapid City, SD, 57701

KOTA Radio (Steve Ammerman) P.O. Box 1760 Rapid City, SD, 57709 Phone: 605-342-2000 steve_ammerman@msn.com

Television KEVN TV (Jamie Zepp) P.O. Box 677 Rapid City, SD, 57709 Phone: 605-394-7777 Fax: 605-394-3652 E-mail: sports@blackhillsfox.com KNBN (Justin Wickersham) P.O. Box 9549 Rapid City, SD, 57709 Phone: 605-355-0024 sports@newscenter1.com KOTA TV (Vic Quick) P.O. Box 1760 Rapid City, SD, 57709 Phone: 605-342-2000 FAX: 605-721-5730 kotasports@kotasports.com

Facts South Dakota School of Mines and Technology has a proud heritage of excellence in preparing graduates to serve as leaders in the professions of engineering and science. There are 16 academic departments and more than 30 degree programs in engineering and science offered at the baccalaureate, masters, and doctoral levels. Our students, in combination with an exceptionally talented faculty and great support from the community, provide an exciting environment for education excellence. Award-winning undergraduate education is enhanced by graduate education and research and development in areas of critical need to the state, nation, and the international community. Facilities South Dakota School of Mines and Technology facilities include the Black Hills Business Development Center, the Darold D. King Physical Education Building, the Chemistry/Chemical Engineering Building, the Civil/Mechanical Engineering Building, the Computational Mechanics Laboratory, the Electrical Engineering/Physics Building, the McLaury Building, Devereaux Library, O’Harra Building, Mineral Industries Building, the Tech Development Laboratory, and Surbeck Center. New construction/renovations Tech Development Laboratory, ongoing, Chemical and Biological Engineering/Chemistry building (anticipated completion 2010), Surbeck Center renovation (anticipated completion August 2009), Paleontology Center (anticipated completion 2010), and Palmerton/Connolly Hall restorations (anticipated completion May 2010).

Tuition and Fees Fall 2012 Undergraduate SD $8,820 Tuition and Fees Room and Board $5,700 Books and Supplies* $1,960 Total Per Year $16,480 *Includes Tablet PC Program (assumes 30 credits per year) Student Demographics Fall 2011 Enrollment Status Full Time 1,567 77.1% Part Time 494 22.9%

Non SD $10,530 $5,700 $1,960 $18,190

MN $9,790 $5,700 $1,960 $17,450

Majors B.S. Chemical Engineering; Chemistry; Civil Engineering; Computer Engineering; Computer Science; Electrical Engineering; Environmental Engineering; Geological Engineering; Geology; Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management; Interdisciplinary Sciences:-Atmospheric Sciences, Pre-Professional Health Sciences,-Science, Technology, and Society Mathematics (Applied and Computational); Mechanical Engineering; Metallurgical Engineering; Mining Engineering; Physics. M.S. Atmospheric Sciences;Biomedical Engineering; Chemical Engineering; Civil Engineering; Construction Management; Electrical Engineering; Geology and Geological Engineering; Materials Engineering and Science; Mechanical Engineering; Paleontology; Physics; Robotics and Intelligent Autonomous Systems; Technology Management Ph.D.; Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences; Biomedical Engineering; Chemical and Biological Engineering; Geology and Geological Engineering; Materials Engineering and Science; Mechanical Engineering (pending); Nanoscience and Nanoengineering; Physics (pending).

Faculty and Staff, FY 2009 Faculty: 135 Staff*: 181 *Temporary employees included in this total Outreach The South Dakota School of Mines and Technology offers programs and activities that teach and entertain K-12 student and community members, including the APEX art Gallery, The Museum of Geology, Engineers Week, Math Contest, Cultural Expo, Design Fair, South Dakota GEAR UP Honors Program, South Dakota Space Grant Consortium, and many more. Classes and camps for K-12 students, teachers, alumni, and professionals are offered through the Office of Educational Programs and Professional Conferences. For more information, visit <http:/sdmines.sdsmt.edu/learn>.

Rapid City and the Black Hills South Dakota School of Mines and Technology is located in Rapid City, the stateâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s second-largest city. The city of 65,000 is the regional center for health care, shopping, banking, and other services, and is a major tourist destination because of its proximity to the Black Hills, Mount Rushmore, Crazy Horse Memorial, Badlands, and other attractions. There are caves, mountains, streams, and lakes, and a vast variety of rocks, minerals, wildlife, and plant life. FY09 Research Funding School of Mines faculty members and researchers received 92 awards totaling nearly $21 million during the 2009 fiscal year. The funding came from many different agencies, including the National Science Foundation, the State of South Dakota, NASA, the Department of Transportation, Army Research Laboratory, and many more.

Robert A. Wharton, SD School of Mines President Robert A. Wharton, Ph.D., became president of the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology on July 1, 2008. Previously, he served as provost and vice president for academic affairs at Idaho State University (ISU). Wharton was a tenured professor of biology at ISU and previously served as its chief research officer. His Ph.D. in botany is from Virginia Polytechnic Institute. He also holds a M.A. degree in biology and a B.A. in botany from Humboldt State University in California. Dr. Wharton is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, The Explorers Club, and the Royal Geographic Society. Wharton is a recipient of the United States Antarctic Service Medal and has served on the National Research Council's Polar Research Board.

Dick Kaiser, South Dakota School of Mines Athletics Director Dick Kaiser earned a bachelor's degree in physical education from the University of Northern Colorado, a master's in educational administration from South Dakota State University, and a doctorate of education in athletic leadership and administration from Brigham Young University. He completed his post-doctorate in health education and administration at Oregon State University. Before arriving at South Dakota Mines, Kaiser had served as the AD for Defiance College for 10 years. Before that, he served as AD at Olivet College, Western Oregon University and Willamette University. He has received a number of honors and awards from athletics organizations such as the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA), National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) and others. Kaiser is also responsible guiding the Hardrockers in the transition to NCAA Div. II status as well as fundraising for the effort and seeking conference affiliation. SD Mines has10 athletic programs within the department, competing in women's volleyball and men's football, as well as women's and men's teams in golf, cross country, track and field and basketball. Kaiser has two grown children, Cassie and Ryan; four grandchildren, Jack (age 5); twins Caden and Carson (age 2); and Lucy (age 1).

Lori Hodgin, SD Mines Program and Administrative Assistant Lori Hodgin has been the SD School of Mines administrative and program assistant for almost 20 years. Her duties have included: figuring out athletic eligibility each year, game-day administration (meaning hiring students to work at football and basketball games, volleyball matches and track meets. She is also involved in department purchasing and making sure that everything runs smooth in the athletic department on a day-today basis. Lori has lived in Rapid City most of her life, but was born in Los Angeles, Calif. She has a son Greg who is currently employed by the Hardrocker football program as an assistant coach. She is a huge animal lover, donating her time to the Humane Society and on occasion has adopted dogs from there as well.

Jen Ranum, South Dakota School of Mines Athletic Trainer and Compliance Officer Jennifer Ranum is starting her second year as the NCAA Div. II Compliance Officer at the School of Mines making sure that the Hardrockers are kept up to speed on all NCAA rules and regulations and helping student-athletes with eligibility and other questions. She will also be starting her fifth year as the volleyball athletic trainer for the Lady Hardrockers. She graduated in May of 2007 from National American University with degrees in Athletic Training and Applied Management. Jen became certified in September of 2007. She is a member of both the National Athletic Trainerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Association and the Mid America Athletic Trainerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Association since 2004. She has spent three years at the School of Mines doing outreach as a student athletic trainer and upon graduation was hired and is now in her third year as assistant athletic trainer.

Rick Lutes, South Dakota Mines Athletic Equipment Manager Rick Lutes embarks on his sixth year as the South Dakota School of Mines equipment manager. Among a multitude of duties for the Hardrockers, Rick works alongside coaches to coordinate each programsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; equipment needs for practices, games, meets or matches. His duties range from laundry of uniforms to inflating the game balls. Rick has been a multi-sports official for 30-plus years on the high school and college level having held a Masters Level rating with USA Track and Field. Rick has also enjoyed in the past officiating adapted athletics for high schools in Minnesota and the Courage Center of Golden Valley, Minn. Rick has held athletic and event management related positions in Minnesota and Texas Before the move to Rapid City Rick was the Director of Track and Field at the National Sports Center in Blaine, Minn. Rick and his family moved to Rapid City when his wife, Kathy, a pastor, accepted a call to a local Rapid City church. The Lutesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; are parents of two adult sons.

Scott Baird, South Dakota Mines Head Athletic Trainer Scott Baird is a 1997 graduate of Dakota Wesleyan University and is in his fifth year as head athletic trainer at South Dakota School of Mines and Technology. Before joining the School of Mines Athletic Department, he was an athletic trainer for the University of Wyoming where he covered both men's rugby and lacrosse. He brings much knowledge and experience to the School of Mines Sports Medicine Team. Scott has been married to Becky, a Physical Therapist in Rapid City, for 15 years and added two new little twin girls to their family Braedyn and Blakely.

South Dakota Mines Football Training Staff

The 2011 South Dakota School of Mines athletic Training Staff : Front row from the left are: Miho Soma, Shiosaku Tanka and Yoshikatso Abe. Back row from the left, are: Tanner Ozane (volunteer), Quadrell Coruthers, head trainer Scott Baird and Derek Lecy.

The Voices of the Hardrockers

Public Address Announcer Kevin Phillips has the longest running morning radio show in the Black Hills. Phillips has been announcing ball games since 1980 and has been on the radio since 1982. He's a member of the Rapid City Sports Hall Of Fame and a Black Hills Advertising Federation Silver Medal Winner, which is like the advertising Hall Of Fame. He can be heard on Magic 93.9 weekday mornings from 5:30-10am and on 97.5 The Hills from 2-5pm.

Tom Rudebusch and Ryan Cadwallader broadcast the Hardrocker football action every game at home and away on 97.5 FM the Hills and 920AM. The two have extensive knowledge and insight about the game of football. Tom Rudebusch has been the voice of the Hardrockers for over 30 years and Ryan is a former standout Hardrocker football player.

Dan Kratzer Head Coach Phone: (605) 394-2604 Email: Daniel.Kratzer@sdsmt.edu

Dan Kratzer will enter his seventh season as the Hardrocker head coach this fall. He was selected as head coach after five seasons as receivers coach and assistant head coach at Kent State University in Ohio. Kratzer spent six seasons as head coach at Lindenwood University in Missouri from 1995-2000, where he guided th e team to its first ever NAIA playoff game in 1998. He served as head coach at Hastings College in Nebraska, from 1990-1994, where he won conference championships in 1991 and 1992, and guided the team to three NAIA playoff appearances. He has had additional experience as an assistant at Miami (Ohio) in 1986, as the head coach at Ohio Northern University in 1984 and 1985, and as an assistant at Indiana University in 1983. A native of Lathrop, Missouri, Kratzer received a bachelorâ&#x20AC;&#x;s degree in physical education from Missouri Valley in 1971, and earned his masterâ&#x20AC;&#x;s degree in education from Central Missouri State University in 1976. He was selected in the 8th round of the 1972 NFL draft by the Cincinnati Bengals and moved to the Kansas City Chiefs in 1973. He served in 1982 as the administrative assistant for Coach Bill Walsh and the San Francisco 49ers summer camp. He and his wife Suzanne have two grown children, daughter Danielle and son Reggie, who played for his father at Lindenwood. They are proud grandparents of Danielle's daughter Reaghan.

Dan Dieringer

Offensive Coordinator / Offensive line Phone: (605) 394-2604 Email: Daniel.Dieringer@sdsmt.edu

In his third full year as Offensive Coordinator, Dieringer brings a wealth of knowledge to the „Rocker staff with 20 years of coaching experience at the college level. Dieringer has coached at NCAA Div. II, Div. III and NAIA levels as an offensive coordinator and offensive line coach. “It is a big plus for the SD Mines program and obviously a big help to me to have a fulltime offensive guy that has great experience,” said Hardrocker football coach Dan Kratzer. Dieringer also served under Kratzer during a very successful stint (1995-2000) at Lindenwood University in Kingshighway, Mo. It was there the two turned the Lions from a below .500 team to a program that is a perennial NAIA national contender. The duo took the Lions to their first ever NAIA playoff game in 1998.

Lonnie Messick

Special Teams Coordinator / Linebackers Phone: (605) 355-3025 Email: Lonnie.Messick@sdsmt.edu

Coach Messick has been on the Hardrocker coaching staff since 2005. He has played a crucial role in returning glory to the Hardrocker football program. A former Marine Colonel, Messick was a linebackers coach at Kent State in 2004 before being called back into duty to train a military unit in Belgium, Congo. After six months extended duty he came back to coaching as Special Teams Coordinator here at South Dakota Mines. Coach Kratzer says he is glad to have such an addition to his staff, and will bring the type of discipline, intensity and long-term commitment that the players here so deserve. Messick's coaching stops include Kent State, Hargrave Military Academy, Marine Military Academy, Naval Academy and Bowie State University. In addition, Messick has coached numerous interservice teams at U.S. Marine Corps bases, including Pearl Harbor, Hawaii (1977-79); Camp Pendelton, California (1981-82); and Parris Island, South Carolina (1983-84). He retired from the Marine Corps in 1997 as a Lieutenant Colonel following 28 years in the service. Messick graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 1969 with a bachelor's degree in education. He and his wife Virginia reside in Rapid City. Their family includes daughter Jessica and son Scott and his wife Deirdre and twins Jake and Matt, and daughter Caroline.

Charlie Giangrosso Defensive Coordinator/ Strength Coach/Defensive Backs Phone: (605) 394-2604 Email: mailto: charlie.giangrosso@sdsmt.edu

Giangrosso, originally from Wichita, Kan., has a wealth of knowledge about the game, bringing 20-plus years experience mostly coaching at the college level. Including in his duties at SD Mines, Giangrosso will be the defensive coordinator as well as doing some recruiting, with his area including: northern Wyoming, eastern Montana and western North Dakota. Being a veteran coach, Giangrosso will bring a few new wrinkles to an already solid Hardrocker defense. On the grand scale however he wants to keep things a little simpler, using the old philosophy of “you get out what you put in.” “I want these kids to come in and understand that if you play hard, you work hard and do things like that – you‟re successful,” Giangrosso said. “One of our (team) goals is to pay attention to details. Take care of the little things like work on your technique, work on your fundamentals and be very sound. That is my goal for these kids. I want them to be successful. Giangrosso has played high school and college football at the linebacker position. He has a wife (Patsy) and four boys (Eric, a sergeant in the army for 15 years, Patrick, an assistant wrestling coach at Missouri Valley College, Dominic, attending Missouri Valley College and Jacob, who is starting a career in the army).

Dustin Thomas Video Coordinator/ Strength Coach Phone: (605) 394-2604 Email: mailto: dustin.thomas@sdsmt.edu

Dustin Thomas grew up in Mountain View, Wyo. He joins the Hardrocker football program as the defensive line coach and video coordinator. He is a graduate of South Dakota School of Mines, earning a degree in Metallurgical Engineering. He is very familiar with the football team as he was a member of the Hardrocker program from 2000-2005. Dustin has been around athletics his whole life, but joining the coaching staff in 2008 was his first experience in that role. Dustin and his wife Amanda have a one-year-old boy Aden. "Both working and going to school at SD School of Mines have been great experiences. The people here are great, and the atmosphere is second to none," Thomas said. "Having the opportunity to be involved with the Hardrocker Football team and Hardrocker athletics, is a very rewarding, and I'm really looking forward to another successful season."

Greg Hodgin --- Running backs Coach Greg Hodgin is a native of Rapid City where he played football for the Rapid City Stevens Raiders, graduating in 1999. This will be Greg's second season coaching at the college level with the Hardrockers. Greg will be getting married to his fiancé Linda Lehman this coming June. "I am excited for the opportunity to help the Hardrockers in any way I can and I am glad to be here at South Dakota School of Mines." 

Adam Riggers --- Wide Receivers Coach Adam Riggers joins the „Rocker football team in charge of the wide receiving corps. Riggers comes to SD Mines from Boise State University where he was assisting the DFO and recruiting coordinator. Riggers has also been involved in a number of football camps teaching the fundamentals of the game, especially at the quarterback position. We are very fortunate to have Adam Riggers on our staff,” Kratzer said. "He was a quality quarterback at Mid American Nazarene, and had been helping with camps all summer at Boise State. Riggers graduated from Mid America Nazarene University in 2011 where he

played NAIA college football as a linebacker. He also is a talented quarterback as well.

Members of the 2011 Hardrocker coaching staff, front row, from the left are: Lonnie Messick (special team coordinator ,linebackers), Dan Dieringer (offensive coordinator, offensive line), head coach Dan Kratzer (quarterbacks, kickers), Gregg Hodgin (running backs) and Charlie Giangrosso (defensive coordinator, defensive backs). Back row, from the left are: Adam Riggers (wide receivers), Cody Hawley (student coach), Dustin Thomas (video coordinator, defensive line) and Taylor Beamer (student assistant).

SD Mines seniors, from the left, are: Anthony Renteria, Austin Norberg, Erik Yeash, Josh Sherman, Todd Sherman, Dustin Meneley, Ed Waliczek, Zach Grapentine, Colen Kling, Andy Smith, Ian Prichard, Jamie Dale and Nick Russell.

SD Mines juniors, front row, from the left are: Zach Looney, Tanner Ireland, Brock Blankenship, Dusty Daniels, Kolten Jelden, Bernis Berber and Jonathan Tristao. Back row, from the left are: Brian Freed, Andrew Isom, Andrew Munson, Marshall Davis and Jaryd Francis.

SD Mines sophomores, front row, from the left are: Daniel Crowser, Alan Xu, Austin Louchart, Shane Sweeney, Kyle Carey and Ian Foster. Middle row, from the left, are: Andrew Orchard, Seth Kijewski, Josh Schmidt, Lukas Van Laken, Joey Obendorfer, Chris Sawdy, Patrick Shaw, Kelby Wilkinson and Karch Foley. Back row, from the left, are: Taylor Dutcher, Emmonds Thomas III, Andrew Anthony, Ryan McCann, Taylor Farmer, Austin Adam, Josh Hastreiter, Houston Bashus, Josh Ziadat and Tim Lux.

SDM Freshmen, front row, from the left, are: Erik Snead, Jacob Hepp, John Scott, Pat Bloemen, Patrick Sweeney, Spencer Ford and Sam Hill. Second row, from the left, are: Taylor Heaps, Thomas Walter, Mitchell Syverson, Brandon Carda, Jeff Faulk, Joshua Clemens, David Cowan, Mason Martin, Chas Cimburek and Kyle Larson. Back row, from the left, are: Meekhiel Williams, Sam Cowen, Austin Daniels, Nick Thomas, Jacob Tebben, Brent Johnson, Will Williams, Brady Cabral, Tarrington Rivers, Gary Bolinger, Jake Daum and

Defensive Backs

Linebackers

Offensive Line

Quarterbacks

Special Teams

Runningbacks

Wide Receivers

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Number: 1 Class: Junior

Name: Bernis Berber Weight: 235

Hometown: Tempe, Arizona

Position: Wide Receiver Height: 6-5

Major: Industrial Engineering

Quote: “My favorite highlight from the 2010 season was caching the winning touchdown against Valley City when the game was on the line.”

Number: 2

Name: Kelby Wilkinson

Class: Sophomore

Weight: 170

Hometown: Laramie, Wyoming

Position: Free Safety Height: 6-0 Major: Civil Engineering

Quote: “I consider myself a competitive eater by Coach Dieringer always beats me!”

Number: 3 Class: Junior

Name: Kolten Jelden Weight: 165

Hometown: Eaton, Colorado

Position: Kicker/Punter Height: 6-2

Major: Mechanical Engineering

Quote: “I enjoy being on the South Dakota School of Mines football team and hope to contribute again this year.”

Number: 4 Class: Senior

Name: Jamie Dale

Position: Running Back

Weight: 170

Hometown: Alpine California

Height: 5-10

Major: Interdisciplinary Sciences

Quote: “I hope to break the South Dakota School of Mines school record for rushing in a career in my final year as a Hardrocker.”

Number: 5 Class: Junior

Name: Tanner Ireland Weight: 185

Hometown: Albuquerque, New Mexico

Position: Corner Back Height: 6-0

Major: Mechanical Engineering

Quote: “When I do pushups I don’t lift my body up. I push the world down.”

Number: 6 Class: Freshman

Name: Pat Bloemen Weight: 205

Hometown: Fort Collins, Colorado

Position: Quarterback Height: 6-4

Major: Interdisciplinary Sciences

Quote: “I’ve competed in football, basketball and track. I was a state track competitor for three years. I have a twin sister.”

Number: 7 Class: Junior

Name: Dusty Daniels

Position: Wide Receiver

Weight: 175

Hometown: Sheridan, Wyoming

Height: 6-0 Major: Civil Engineering

Quote: “I like to go fishing, camping and hiking.”

Number: 9 Class: Junior

Name: Marshall Davis Weight: 205

Hometown: Olathe, Kansas

Position: Wide Receiver Height: 6-2

Major: Environmental Engineering

Quote: “I played three sports in high school. I love fishing and hunting.”

Number: 10

Name: Ryan McCann

Class: Sophomore Hometown: Mesa, Arizona

Weight: 190

Position: Quarterback Height: 6-3

Major: Industrial Engineering

Quote: “I’m originally from New York. I am glad to be apart of the SD Mines Hardrockers.”

Number: 11 Class: Freshman

Name: Austin Daniels Weight: 230

Hometown: Sacramento, California

Position: Tight End Height: 6-2

Major: Mechanical Engineering

Quote: I’m good with voice impressions. My motto is ‘no easy rides’.”

Number: 12 Class: Sophomore

Name: Joey Obendorfer Weight: 170

Hometown: San Diego, California Quote:

Position: Wide Receiver Height: 6-2

Major: Environmental Engineering

The Hardrockers are going to have a great season this year.”

Number: 13 Class: Senior

Name: Ian Prichard Weight: 195

Hometown: Richland, Washington

Position: Strong Safety Height: 5-10

Major: Interdisciplinary Sciences

Quote: “I helped raise over $1,000 for Big Brothers, Big Sisters Bowl for Kids in 2010 with my teammates. Everyday is an opportunity to improve.”

Number: 14

Name: Josh Schmidt

Class: Sophomore

Position: Defensive Back

Weight: 185

Hometown: Gettysburg, South Dakota

Height: 5-11

Major: Mining Engineering

Quote: “I like to hike, play X-box and hang out with Houston Bashus and Andrew Munson.”

Number: 15

Name: Patrick Shaw

Class: Sophomore

Weight: 190

Hometown: Gilbert, Arizona Quote:

Position: Strong Safety Height: 5-11

Major: Civil Engineering

“I have a desire to be successful in anything I do.”

Number: 16 Class: Senior

Name: Nick Russell Weight: 235

Hometown: San Diego, California

Position: Quarterback Height: 5-10

Major: Interdisciplinary Sciences

Quote: “I play guitar and piano and I enjoy skateboarding on the beach and candle lite dinners.”

Number: 17

Name: Jonathan Tristao

Position: Full Back

Class: Junior

Weight: 235

Height: 6-2

Hometown: Hilmer, California

Major: Civil Engineering

Quote: The best highlight of 2010 was catching a touchdown pass during the BHSU game on a trick play.”

Number: 18 Class: Freshman

Name: Mitch Syverson

Position: Quarterback

Weight: 170

Hometown: Thermopolis, Wyoming

Height: 6-1

Major: Atmospheric Sciences

Quote: “I participate in a lot of sports. I am a tri-athlete and love football, basketball and track.

Number: 19

Name: Zach Grapentine

Class: Senior

Weight: 195

Hometown: Belle Fourche, South Dakota Quote:

Position: Linebacker Height: 6-2

Major: Civil Engineering

“I like to fish and bike around the the Black Hills.”

Number: 20

Name: Chris Sawdey

Class: Sophmore

Position: Running Back

Weight: 185

Hometown: Atlanta, Georgia

Height: 5-9

Major: Mining Engineering

Quote: “I love being in the outdoors and going fishing.”

Number: 21

Name: Houston Bashus

Class: Junior

Weight: 190

Hometown: Bismarck, North Dakota Quote:

Position: Defensive Back Height: 6-2

Major: Mining Engineering

“I have given tours at the zoo and I used to intern for Kiewit.”

Number: 22 Class: Senior

Name: Andy Smith Weight: 187

Hometown: Pierre, South Dakota

Position: Place Kicker Height: 6-2

Major: Electrical Engineering

Quote: “I hold every record for a kicker at SD Mines and am a two-time AFCA All-American. This is only my third year ever playing football.”

Number: 23

Name: Dustin Meneley

Position: Cornerback

Class: Senior

Weight: 190

Height: 5-11

Hometown: Naples, Florida

Major: Industrial Engineering

Quote: “I know how to fly. When I was a freshman, I intercepted a pass and returned in 100 yards for a touchdown.”

Number: 24 Class: Sophomore

Name: Lukas Van Laecken Weight: 190

Hometown: Letcher, South Dakota Quote:

Height: 6-1

Major: Mechanical Engineering

“I like to hunt and fish.”

Number: 25 Class: Freshman

Name: Nick Thomas Weight: 215

Hometown: Rockville, Maryland Quote:

Position: Running Back

Position: Defensive Back Height: 6-1

Major: Computer Engineering

I have been playing football since I was in fifth grade.”

Number: 26 Class: Senior

Name: Josh Sherman Weight: 185

Hometown: Coleman, South Dakota

Position: Defensive Back Height: 6-3

Major: Mechanical Engineering

Quote: “I’ve enjoyed being a Hardrocker since I was a freshman and hope to have a great final season.”

Number: 27 Class: Junior

Name: Brock Blankenship Weight: 215

Hometown: Kinnear, Wyoming

Position: Linebacker Height: 5-11

Major: Chemical Engineering

Quote: “I enjoy playing football at the South Dakota School of Mines and enjoy fishing and hunting.”

Number: 28 Class: Senior

Name: Ed Waliczek Weight: 210

Hometown: Chicago, Illinois

Position: Wide Receiver Height: 6-4

Major: Electrical Engineering

Quote: “Ive enjoyed my time with the SDM football team and look forward to the 2011 season.”

Number: 29

Name: Emmonds Thompson, III Position: Defensive Back

Class: Sophomore

Weight: 210

Hometown: Stockbridge, Georgia

Height: 6-4

Major: Industrial Engineering

Quote: I am glad to be a member of the Hardorcker football team.”

Number: 30

Name: Kyle Carey

Class: Sophomore

Weight: 175

Hometown: Sterling, Colorado Quote:

Position: Defensive Back Height: 6-2

Major: Civil Engineering

“I like fishing and playing football for SD Mines.”

Number: 31 Class: Freshman

Name: David Cowen Weight: 177

Hometown: Moore, Oklahoma

Position: Linebacker Height: 5-11

Major: Mechanical Engineering

Quote: “I plan to be successful in both academics at SD Mines and athletics for the Hardrocker football.”

Number: 32

Name: Jake Daum

Class: Freshman

Position: Running Back

Weight: 200

Hometown: Kimball, Nebraska

Height: 6-1

Major: Mining Engineering

Quote: “I was all-state, all-conference and all-district in football last year during high school.”

Number: 33

Name: Jeff Faulk

Class: Freshman

Weight: 215

Hometown: Eureka, California Quote:

Position: Running Back Height: 5-11

Major: Mining Engineering

I’m looking forward to college football and being a Hardrocker.”

Number: 34

Name: Sam Hill

Class: Freshman Hometown: Sandwich, Illinois

Position: Wide Receiver

Weight: 160

Height: 5-10

Major: Chemical Engineering

Quote: “I like to fish and camp and I want to help the SD Mines football team be successful.”

Number: 36

Name: Kyle Larson

Class: Freshman

Weight: 165

Hometown: Thermoplis, Wyoming Quote:

Position: Full Back Height: 5-11

Major: Civil Engineering

In high school, I went all the way to Switzerland to wrestle.”

Number: 37 Class: Senior

Name: Anthomy Renteria Weight: 160

Hometown: Gilbert, Arizona

Position: Running Back Height: 5-5

Major: Electrical Engineering

Quote: “I’ve had a great time being a Hardrocker and hope to have a great final year on the team.”

Number: 38 Class: Freshman

Name: Patrick Berke Weight: 200

Hometown: Lexington, Nebraska Quote:

Position: Running Back Height: 6-1

Major: Engineering

“My older brother Joe played football for South Dakota Mines.”

Number: 39

Name: Colen Kling

Class: Senior

Weight: 230

Hometown: Belle Fourche, South Dakota

Position: Linebacker Height: 6-1 Major: Physics

Quote: “I was able to be a member of the SD Mines football team at the same time as my brothers. I like to fish.”

Number: 40

Name: Tarringtion Rivers

Class: Freshman

Weight: 230

Hometown: Semour, Texas

Position: Running Back Height: 6-1

Major: Mechanical Engineering

Quote: “I was a first –team all-district in basketball, baseball and football as a senior.”

Number: 41

Name: Brent Johnson

Position: Linebacker

Weight: 220

Height: 6-1

Class: Freshman Hometown: Houston, Texas

Major: Geological Engineering

Quote: “I passed on an academic scholarship to OSU to come to South Dakota Mines. I play guitar and love all sports.”

Number: 42

Name: Erik Yeash

Class: Senior

Position: Linebacker

Weight: 185

Hometown: Louisville, Colorado

Height: 6-1

Major: Interdisciplinary Sciences

Quote: “My grandfather was the president for South Dakota Mines at one time.”

Number: 43

Name: Austin Norberg

Class: Senior

Weight: 240

Hometown: Gillette, Wyoming

Position: Defensive Lineman Height: 6-1 Major: Civil Engineering

Quote: “I ask not that you lighten my load, I ask only for the strength to carry it.”

Number: 44

Name: Ian Foster

Class: Sophomore Hometown: Denver, Colorado

Position: Linebacker

Weight: 215

Height: 6-1

Major: Chemical Engineering

Quote: “I love snowboarding and am happy to help the Hardrockers in any way I can.”

Number: 46

Name: John Scott

Class: Freshman

Position: Defensive Back

Weight: 180

Hometown: Loiusville, Colorado

Height: 5-10

Major: Interdisciplinary Sciences

Quote: “I love to go hunting and fishing.”

Number: 47

Name: Karch Foley

Class: Sophomore

Weight: 220

Hometown: Philip, South Dakota Quote:

Position: Linebacker

Major: Civil Engineering

“I like football, hunting, fishing and camping.”

Number: 48

Name: Erik Snead

Position: Linebacker

Class: Freshman

Weight: 175

Hometown: Eagle, Idaho

Major: Civil Engineering

Quote:

Height: 5-11

“I love to go hunting and fishing.”

Height: 5-10

Number: 49

chas

Name: Mason Martin Position: Defensive Back

Class: Freshman

Weight: 170

Hometown: Miles City, Montana Quote:

Class: Freshman

Name: Brandon Carda

Position: Linebacker

Weight: 220

Hometown: Huron, South Dakota

Height: 5-9

Major: Mechanical Engineering

“I like to hunt and fish and play baseball in the summer.”

Number: 51

Name: Chase Cimburek

Class: Freshman Hometown: Casper, Wyoming Quote:

Major: Civil Engineering

“I love to hunt and fish. My motto is ‘find strength in him’.”

Number: 50

Quote:

Height: 6-1

Position: Offensive Lineman

Weight: 250

Height: 6-2

Major: Geological Engineering

“I enjoy fishing and being outdoors.”

Number: 52

Name: Spencer Ford

Position: Defensive Line

Weight: 220

Height: 6-3

Class: Freshman Hometown: Eagle, Idaho Quote:

Major: Mechanical Engineering

“I like to hunt and fish.”

Number: 55

Name: Jacob Hepp

Class: Freshman

Position: Linebacker

Weight: 215

Hometown: Buffalo, Wyoming

Height: 6-0

Major: Engineering

Quote: “I like to hunt and fish and a recently shot a big whitetail. I was also all-state and all-conference in high school.”

Number: 56

Name: Seth Adams

Class: Junior

Weight: 215

Hometown: Douglas Wyoming Quote:

Position: Linebacker Height: 6-2

Major: Chemical Engineering

“I just got married to the girl of my dreams last summer.”

Number: 57

Name: Will Williams

Class: Freshman

Position: Offensive Lineman

Weight: 290

Hometown: Columbus, Utah

Height: 6-3

Major: Computer Sciences

Quote: “I grew up playing all sports, including baseball in high school and played football and was wrestler.”

Number: 59

Name: Brian Freed

Class: Junior

Position: Offensive Lineman

Weight: 300

Hometown: Staunton, Virginia

Height: 6-6 Major: Civil Engineering

Quote: “I was a NAIA National track qualifier in the discus last year and I consider myself a very good skier.”

Number: 61

Name: Austin Adam

Class: Sophomore Hometown: Olathe, Kansas

Weight: 235

Position: Defensive Lineman Height: 6-3

Major: Mechanical Engineering

Quote: “Day by day we get better and better until we can’t be beat until we won’t be beat.”

Number: 62

Name: Andrew Anthony

Class: Sophomore

Position: Offensive Lineman

Weight: 270

Hometown: La Cruces, New Mexico Quote:

Major: Mechanical Engineering

“I like to play sports and go out with friends

Number: 63

Name: Taylor Dutcher

Class: Sophomore

Position: Offensive Lineman

Weight: 230

Hometown: San Diego, California Quote:

Height: 6-2

Height: 6-2

Major: Mechanical Engineering

I have a black belt in jujitsu martial arts and I also wrestle.”

Number: 64 Class: Freshman

Name: Patrick Sweeney Weight: 270

Hometown: Indianapolis, Indiana

Position: Offensive Lineman Height: 6-4

Major: Engineering

Quote: “ I like football and am glad to be apart of the SD Mines Hardrockers this year.”

Number: 65

Name: Jacob Tebben

Class: Freshman

Position: Offensive Lineman

Weight: 250

Hometown: Redfield, South Dakota

Height: 6-2

Major: Mechanical Engineering

Quote: “I am excited to be on the Hardrocker roster and look forward to the 2011 season. I was an Eagle Scout and like to hunt.”

Number: 66

Name: Meekhiel Williams

Class: Freshman

Position: Offensive Lineman

Weight: 280

Hometown: Mission Bay, California

Height: 6-0

Major: Computer Engineering

Quote: “ I consider myself a hard worker and look forward to the challenges that college football may have in store.”

Number: 67 Class: Sophomore

Name: Brady Cabral

Position: Offensive Lineman

Weight: 300

Hometown: Prescott Valley, Arizona

Height: 6-3

Major: Electrical Engineering

Quote: “I can hold my breath for 42 seconds.”

Number: 70

Name: Darryl Birge

Class: Freshman

Weight: 275

Hometown: Matteson, Illinois Quote:

Position: Offensive Lineman Height: 6-4

Major: Industrial Engineering

“Always compete. Never accept defeat.”

Number: 71

Name: Samual Cowen

Class: Freshman

Position: Offensive Lineman

Weight: 290

Hometown: Ashland, Oregon

Height: 6-5

Major: Mechanical Engineering

Quote: “I placed third during the state wrestling tournament in 2010 and I was the Salutatorian in high school.”

Number: 72 Class: Sophomore

Name: John Ziadat

Position: Defensive Lineman

Weight: 190

Hometown: Onida, South Dakota Quote: “I love hunting and fishing.”

Height: 6-3

Major: Mechanical Engineering

Number: 73

Name: Taylor Farmer

Class: Sophomore

Position: Defensive Lineman

Weight: 225

Hometown: Cincinnati, Ohio

Height: 6-5

Major: Mining Engineering

Quote: “I like playing sports, enjoy outdoor activities and making money.”

Number: 74

Name: Zach Looney

Class: Junior

Weight: 273

Hometown: Gillette, Wyoming Quote:

Position: Offensive Lineman Height: 6-0 Major: Mining Engineering

“Ya, I’m awesome. I like hunting and fishing too.”

Number: 75 Class: Sophomore

Name: Austin Louchart Weight: 272

Position: Offensive Lineman Height: 6-3

Hometown: Lawrenceville, Georgia Major: Industrial Engineering Quote: “I’m glad to be here in South Dakota playing for the SD Mines Hardrockers.”

Number: 76

Name: Todd Sherman

Class: Senior

Position: Offensive Lineman

Weight: 260

Height: 6-5

Hometown: Winner, South Dakota

Major: Interdisciplinary Sciences

Quote: “I’ve had a lot of fun as a Hardrocker the past three years and hope the 2011 season is just the same.”

Number: 77

Name: Shane Sweeney

Class: Junior

Weight: 265

Hometown: Chino Hills, California Quote:

Position: Defensive Lineman Height: 6-2 Major: Interdisciplinary Sciences

“Heart for God. Long hair – don’t care.”

Number: 78

Name: Alan Xu

Class: Sophomore Hometown: Boise, Idaho

Position: Offensive Lineman

Weight: 310

Height: 6-4

Major: Chemical Engineering

Quote: “I am full Chinese. I had never played or started football until my senior year in high school. My parents are both from China.”

Number: 79

Name: Josh Hastreiter

Class: Sophomore

Position: Offensive Lineman

Weight: 315

Hometown: Lincoln, Nebraska

Height: 6-6

Major: Mining Engineering

Quote: “I played basketball and competed in shot put and discus in high school. I placed fifth in discus at state as a senior.”

Number: 80

Name: Joshua Clemens

Class: Freshman

Position: Wide Receiver

Weight: 185

Hometown: Northville, South Dakota

Height: 6-3

Major: Mechanical Engineering

Quote: “I’m excited to be apart of something new and I’m looking forward to the future.”

Number: 81

Name: Gary Bolinger

Class: Sophomore Hometown: Douglas, Wyoming Quote:

Weight: 215

Position: Tight End Height: 6-2

Major: Interdisciplinary Sciences

“I played in the Shine Bowl for the Wyoming All-Star team.”

Number: 83

Name: Jaryd Francis

Class: Junior

Position: Wide Receiver

Weight: 220

Hometown: Vail, Colorado

Height: 6-7

Major: Mining Engineering

Quote: “I origninally came to South Dakota Mines to play basketball.”

Number: 86

Name: Seth Kijewski

Class: Sophomore

Weight: 180

Hometown: Harpers Ferry, W. Virginia Quote:

Height: 6-0

Major: Mechanical Engineering

“I have a black belt in Kung Fu

Number: 87

Name: Andrew Orchard

Class: Sophomore Hometown: Dayton, Wyoming Quote:

Position: Wide Receiver

Weight: 170

Position: Wide Receiver Height: 5-10

Major: Chemical Engineering

“I love to mountain bike and have played guitar for 13 years.”

Number: 88

Name: Thomas Walter

Class: Junior

Weight: 165

Position: Wide Receiver Height: 6-1

Hometown: Bismarck, North Dakota

Major: Mining Engineering

Quote: “I love all sports and am a huge Green Bay Packers’ fan.”

Number: 89

Name: Andrew Isom

Class: Junior

Position: Defensive Line

Weight: 235

Hometown: Superior, Nebraska

Height: 6-3

Major: Chemical Engineering

Quote: “The highlight from last season for me was blocking Black Hills State’s field goal kick.”

Number: 90 Class: Sophomore

Name: Tim Lux

Position: Defensive Lineman

Weight: 235

Height: 6-1

Hometown: Port Washington, Wisconsin Major: Mechanical Engineering Quote: In high school I was first team all conference defensive tackle and second team all conference offensive guard.”

Number: 91

Name: Daniel Crowser

Class: Sophomore

Position: Defensive Line

Weight: 190

Hometown: Sturgis, South Dakota

Height: 6-0

Major: Civil Engineering

Quote: “I worked at Pizza Hut since I was 14. I also throw the shot put and discus in high school and will in college.”

Number: 92 Class: Freshman

Name: Justin Heap

Position: Punter

Weight: 170

Hometown: Rachester, Wyoming

Height: 6-2

Major: Mechanical Engineering

Quote: “I’m happy to be part of the team and hope to learn a lot from the Hardrockers.”

Number: 94 Class: Junior

Name: Andrew Munson Weight: 235

Hometown: Bismarck, North Dakota Quote:

“I enjoy the outdoors.”

Position: Wide Receiver Height: 6-2

Major: Interdisciplinary Sciences

2011 Hardrocker Football Schedule August 27 September 3 September 10 September 17 September 24 October 1 October 8 October 15 October 22 October 29 November 5 November 12

Jamestown College At Fort Lewis College At Colorado Mines Black Hills State Valley City State M-Day Week Open At Missouri S&T Minot State At University of Sioux Falls Dakota State Senior day At Dickinson State At Black Hills State

Home Durango, CO Golden, CO Home Home

1:00 PM 1:00 PM 12:00 PM 6:00 PM 5:00 PM

Rolla, MO Home Sioux Falls, SD Home

1:00 PM 1:00 PM 6:00 PM 1:00 PM

Dickinson, ND Spearfish, SD

1:30 PM 4:00 PM

SD School of Mines Final Hardrocker football stats as of Nov. 8th , 2010

No Player Name

|| Tackles || Sacks || Pass Def || Fumbles || Blkd|| GP || UT AT Total ForLoss || No/Yards || Int/Yds BrUp|| Rcv/Yds FF|| Kick||Saf

49 Luchini, Tim 30 Brill, Everett 42 Yeash, Eric 26 Sherman, Josh 14 Mellage, Dana 38 Lunzman, Tom 93 Kemnitz, Brian 96 Stangohr, Wyat 5 Ireland, Tanner 41 Berke, Joseph 23 Meneley, Dustin 94 Munson, Andrew 39 Kling, Colen 46 Shaw, Patrick 61 Adam, Austin 31 Brill, Donovan 27 Blankenship, Gregory 89 Isom, Andrew 13 Prichard, Ian 15 Roberts, Trevor 19 Grapentine, Zach 25 Wilkison, Kelby 40 Barth, Tyler 47 Foley, Karch 29 Thompson, III, Emmonds 4 Dale, Jamie 6 Sanchez, Joe 33 Bonner, Shelby 1 Berber, Bernis 91 Crowser, Daniel 83 Francis, Jaryd 11 Meixler, Jake 76 Sherman, Todd 28 Waliczek, Edward 34 Hasan, Ahman 3 Jelden, Kolten 74 Looney, Zach 36 Moheit, Trevor 32 Sawdey, Chris 35 Smith, Ryan 21 Bashus, Houston TM TEAM,

10 || 22 10 || 27 10 || 22 10 || 20 10 || 31 10 || 28 10 || 26 10 || 8 10 || 27 10 || 17 10 || 11 8 || 4 7 || 7 8 || 5 6 || 3 7 || 3 6 || 3 4 || 1 3 || 2 10 || 2 3 || 1 2 || 1 10 || 2 1 || 1 3 || 1 8 || 1 5 || 1 2 || 0 6 || 1 1 || 1 4 || 1 4 || 1 2 || 1 5 || 1 1 || 0 10 || 0 2 || 0 4 || 0 5 || 0 1 || 0 1 || 0 10 || 0

TOTALS

10 ||283498 781 96.0/410.0|| 32.0/233.0|| 11/85

63 51 52 44 29 32 31 45 23 32 14 11 6 8 10 6 5 7 3 3 4 4 1 2 2 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0

85 8.5/38.0 || 3.0/17.0 || 1/10 78 16.0/71.7 || 7.5/53.0 || 0/0 74 8.0/31.7 || 2.5/13.0 || 0/0 64 4.0/10.8 || 0.5/5.0 || 0/0 60 7.0/44.8 || 2.5/37.0 || 2/5 60 2.0/16.0 || 0.0/0.0 || 5/58 57 17.5/93.8 || 7.0/55.0 || 1/5 53 7.0/11.5 || 1.5/4.0 || 0/0 50 0.5/0.5 || 0.0/0.0 || 0/0 49 15.5/58.0 || 4.0/31.0 || 0/0 25 0.0/0.0 || 0.0/0.0 || 2/7 15 3.0/4.2 || 0.0/0.0 || 0/0 13 0.5/2.0 || 0.5/2.0 || 0/0 13 0.0/0.0 || 0.0/0.0 || 0/0 13 3.0/13.0 || 2.0/10.0 || 0/0 9 0.0/0.0 || 0.0/0.0 || 0/0 8 1.5/7.0 || 0.0/0.0 || 0/0 8 0.0/0.0 || 0.0/0.0 || 0/0 5 0.0/0.0 || 0.0/0.0 || 0/0 5 0.0/0.0 || 0.0/0.0 || 0/0 5 0.0/0.0 || 0.0/0.0 || 0/0 5 0.0/0.0 || 0.0/0.0 || 0/0 3 0.0/5.0 || 0.0/5.0 || 0/0 3 1.0/1.0 || 0.0/0.0 || 0/0 3 0.0/0.0 || 0.0/0.0 || 0/0 2 0.0/0.0 || 0.0/0.0 || 0/0 2 0.5/0.0 || 0.5/0.0 || 0/0 2 0.0/0.0 || 0.0/0.0 || 0/0 1 0.0/0.0 || 0.0/0.0 || 0/0 1 0.0/0.0 || 0.0/0.0 || 0/0 1 0.0/0.0 || 0.0/0.0 || 0/0 1 0.0/0.0 || 0.0/0.0 || 0/0 1 0.0/0.0 || 0.0/0.0 || 0/0 1 0.0/0.0 || 0.0/0.0 || 0/0 1 0.0/0.0 || 0.0/0.0 || 0/0 1 0.0/0.0 || 0.0/0.0 || 0/0 1 0.0/0.0 || 0.0/0.0 || 0/0 1 0.0/0.0 || 0.0/0.0 || 0/0 1 0.0/0.0 || 0.0/0.0 || 0/0 1 0.5/1.0 || 0.5/1.0 || 0/0 0 0.0/0.0 || 0.0/0.0 || 0/0 0 0.0/0.0 || 0.0/0.0 || 0/0

2 0 1 1 1 2 2 1 6 3 8 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

|| 0/0 || 0/0 || 1/0 || 1/45 || 1/19 || 1/54 || 0/0 || 0/0 || 0/0 || 1/0 || 0/0 || 0/0 || 0/0 || 0/0 || 0/0 || 0/0 || 0/0 || 0/0 || 1/0 || 0/0 || 0/0 || 1/0 || 0/0 || 0/0 || 0/0 || 0/0 || 0/0 || 0/0 || 0/0 || 0/0 || 0/0 || 0/0 || 0/0 || 0/0 || 0/0 || 0/0 || 0/0 || 0/0 || 0/0 || 0/0 || 0/0 || 0/0

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

|| || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || ||

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

|| || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || || ||

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

30 || 7/118 8.0|| 4 || 2

SD School of Mines Final Hardrocker football stats as of Nov. 8th , 2010 Date 08/28/10 09/04/10 09/18/10 09/25/10 10/02/10 10/09/10 10/16/10 10/23/10 10/31/10 11/07/10

Loc

Opponent

Score Overall RecordTime

a Montana Tech 13-6 W 1-0 h Colorado Mines 24-52 L 1-1 a Valley City State 24-21 W 2-1 a Dakota State 41-14 W 3-1, 2-0 h Mayville State 58-10 W 4-1 (3-0) h Jamestown College 31-7 W 5-1 a Minot State 10-6 W 6-1 (5-0 DAC) h Dickinson State 14-24 L 6-2 h Black Hills State 23-20 W 7-2 n Minot State 7-30 L 7-3 (6-2 DAC)

TEAM STATISTICS

SDT

Attend

6:00 pm 6:00 pm 1:00 pm 6:00 pm 1:00 pm 1:00 pm 1:30 pm 1:00 pm 1:00 pm 4:00 pm

500 1500 776 1500 0 0 0 0 0 0

OPP

SCORING 245 190 --Points Per Game 24.5 19.0 FIRST DOWNS 182 138 --Rushing 81 42 --Passing 90 85 --Penalty 11 11 NET RUSHING YARDAGE 1269 741 --Yards Gained Rushing 1758 1138 --Yards Lost Rushing 489 397 --Rushing Attempts 421 349 --Average Per Rush 3.0 2.1 --Average Per Game 126.9 74.1 --TDs Rushing 19 7 NET PASSING YARDAGE 2117 1949 --Att/Comp/Int 303/169/13303/156/11 --Average Per Pass 7.0 6.4 --Average Per Catch 12.5 12.5 --Average Per Game 211.7 194.9 --TDs Passing 10 15 TOTAL NET OFFENSE 3386 2690 --Total Plays 724 652 --Average Per Play 4.7 4.1 --Average Per Game 338.6 269.0 KICK RETURNS: NUMBER/YARDS 37/625 40/790 PUNTS RETURNS: NUMBER/YARDS 35/298 27/371 INTS RETURNS: NUMBER/YARDS 11/85 12/143 KICK RETURN AVERAGE 16.9 19.8 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 8.5 13.7 INT RETURN AVERAGE 7.7 11.9 FUMBLES/LOST 16/11 13/8 PUNTS/YARDS 59/2050 76/2765 --Average Per Punt 34.7 36.4 --Net Punt Average 28.5 32.5 PENALTIES/YARDS 66/557 64/667 --Average Per Game 55.7 66.7 TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME 27:47 28:42

3RD DOWN CONVERSIONS --3rd Down Pct. 4RD DOWN CONVERSIONS --4th Down Pct.

57/158 36.1% 12/17 70.6%

47/159 29.6% 14/22 63.6%

SCORE BY QUARTERS

1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT1 OT2 Total

South Dakota School of Mi Opponents

62 61 45 69

54 58 49 20

Rushing

G Att Gain Lost

Net

Dale, Jamie Meixler, Jake Van Lacken, Lukas Barth, Tyler Tristao, Jonathan Sawdey, Chris Sanchez, Joe Brill, Everett Roberts, Trevor Moheit, Trevor Berber, Bernis Renteria, Anthony Francis, Jaryd Waliczek, Edward Brill, Donovan TEAM, Jelden, Kolten Meneley, Dustin Looney, Zach Russell, Nick

8 4 7 10 3 5 5 10 10 4 6 7 4 5 7 10 10 10 2 10

Total

10 421 1758 489 1269

7 7

245 190

Avg TD Long Avg/G

186 1079 22 1057 5.7 5 54 1 53 10.6 33 102 18 84 2.5 42 122 18 104 2.5 1 19 0 19 19.0 6 24 0 24 4.0 11 33 12 21 1.9 16 42 0 42 2.6 3 35 0 35 11.7 6 20 7 13 2.2 1 19 0 19 19.0 21 63 44 19 0.9 1 5 0 5 5.0 1 4 0 4 4.0 2 4 0 4 2.0 5 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 0 0 0.0 3 2 11 -9 -3.0 1 0 35 -35 -35.0 76 131 321 -190 -2.5

8 0 2 0 0 0 1 5 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

74 30 12 16 19 17 8 14 19 12 19 11 5 4 2 0 0 2 0 11

132.1 13.3 12.0 10.4 6.3 4.8 4.2 4.2 3.5 3.3 3.2 2.7 1.3 0.8 0.6 0.0 0.0 -0.9 -17.5 -19.0

3.0 19

74

126.9

Passing

G Effic Att Cmp Int Pct

Russell, Nick Sanchez, Joe Roberts, Trevor TEAM,

10 112.2 277 5 152.6 22 10 313.9 3 10 0.0 1

154 11 0.56 1854 13 2 0.59 214 2 0 0.67 49 0 0 0.00 0

Total

10 116.8 303

169 13

Yds TD Long Avg/G 7 2 1 0

53 76 25 0

185.4 42.8 4.9 0.0

0.6 2117 10

76

211.7

Receiving

G No.

Yds

Avg TD

Ostheimer, Tony Barth, Tyler Roberts, Trevor Berber, Bernis Waliczek, Edward Dale, Jamie Van Lacken, Lukas Sawdey, Chris Tristao, Jonathan Francis, Jaryd Daniels, Dusty Brill, Donovan

9 10 10 6 5 8 7 5 3 4 2 7

685 289 341 258 84 81 72 35 34 18 86 65

15.6 7.6 15.5 15.2 7.6 9.0 14.4 7.0 8.5 4.5 43.0 32.5

44 38 22 17 11 9 5 5 4 4 2 2

3 0

0 1 1 4 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0

Long

Avg/G

50 31 53 41 21 35 31 16 25 8 76 49

76.1 28.9 34.1 43.0 16.8 10.1 10.3 7.0 11.3 4.5 43.0 9.3

Renteria, Anthony Meixler, Jake Yeash, Eric Obendorfer, Joey Moheit, Trevor

7 4 10 1 4

2 2 1 1 1

23 6 24 13 -1

11.5 3.0 24.0 13.0 -1.0

0 0 0 0 0

20 5 24 13 0

3.3 1.5 2.4 13.0 -0.3

Total

10 170

2113

12.4

10

76

211.3

Field Goals

FGM/FGA Pct

Smith, Andy

Scoring Smith, Andy Dale, Jamie Brill, Everett Berber, Bernis Van Lacken, Lukas Russell, Nick Barth, Tyler Renteria, Anthony Waliczek, Edward Sherman, Josh Tristao, Jonathan Roberts, Trevor Daniels, Dusty Sanchez, Joe TEAM, Total

11/1958% 0/0 3/5 6/7 1/4 1/3

TD

52/55 2

PATs FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Points

0 11/19 28/29 9 0/0 0/0 5 0/0 0/0 4 0/0 0/0 2 0/0 0/0 2 0/0 0/0 1 0/0 0/0 1 0/0 0/0 1 0/0 0/0 1 0/0 0/0 1 0/0 0/0 1 0/0 0/0 1 0/0 0/0 1 0/0 0/0 0 0/0 0/0

0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0

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

0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/1 0/0 0/0 0/0

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

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

61 54 30 24 12 12 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 4

30 11/19 28/29

0/0

0

0/1

0

2

245

Interceptions Lunzman, Tom Meneley, Dustin Mellage, Dana Luchini, Tim Kemnitz, Brian Total Punting

01- 20- 30- 40- 50LgM/LgABlk 19 29 39 49 99

No.

Yds

Avg

TD

Long

5 2 2 1 1

58 7 5 10 5

11.6 3.5 2.5 10.0 5.0

0 0 0 0 0

32 5 5 10 5

11

85

7.7

0

32

No.

Yds

Avg

Jelden, Kolten

59

2050

34.7

65

2

10

12

2

Total

59

2050

34.7

65

2

24

0

0

Punt Returns

Long TB FC I20

Blkd

No.

Yds

Avg

TD

Long

Meneley, Dustin Lunzman, Tom

22 13

176 122

8.0 9.4

0 0

21 21

Total

35

298

8.5

0

21

No.

Yds

Avg

TD

Long

Kick Returns

Meneley, Dustin Lunzman, Tom Dale, Jamie Davis, Marshall Ostheimer, Tony Sherman, Josh Barth, Tyler Sawdey, Chris Ireland, Tanner

20 6 4 2 1 1 1 1 1

360 52 72 45 62 15 9 5 5

18.0 8.7 18.0 22.5 62.0 15.0 9.0 5.0 5.0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

46 43 32 25 6 15 9 5 5

Total

37

625

16.9

0

46

All Purpose Yds

G Rush Rec PR KOR IR MR Tot Avg/G

Dale, Jamie Ostheimer, Tony Meneley, Dustin Barth, Tyler Roberts, Trevor Berber, Bernis Lunzman, Tom Van Lacken, Lukas Waliczek, Edward Daniels, Dusty Brill, Donovan Sawdey, Chris Meixler, Jake Tristao, Jonathan Davis, Marshall Renteria, Anthony Brill, Everett Yeash, Eric Francis, Jaryd Berke, Joseph Sanchez, Joe Sherman, Josh Obendorfer, Joey Moheit, Trevor Luchini, Tim Ireland, Tanner Kemnitz, Brian Mellage, Dana Looney, Zach Russell, Nick

8 1057 81 0 72 0 0 1210 151.3 9 0 685 0 62 0 0 747 83.0 10 -9 0 176 360 7 0 534 53.4 10 104 289 0 9 0 0 402 40.2 10 35 341 0 0 0 0 376 37.6 6 19 258 0 0 0 0 277 46.2 10 0 0 122 52 58 0 232 23.2 7 84 72 0 0 0 0 156 22.3 5 4 84 0 0 0 0 88 17.6 2 0 86 0 0 0 0 86 43.0 7 4 65 0 0 0 0 69 9.9 5 24 35 0 5 0 0 64 12.8 4 53 6 0 0 0 0 59 14.8 3 19 34 0 0 0 0 53 17.7 1 0 0 0 45 0 0 45 45.0 7 19 23 0 0 0 0 42 6.0 10 42 0 0 0 0 0 42 4.2 10 0 24 0 0 0 0 24 2.4 4 5 18 0 0 0 0 23 5.8 10 0 0 0 0 0 21 21 2.1 5 21 0 0 0 0 0 21 4.2 10 0 0 0 15 0 0 15 1.5 1 0 13 0 0 0 0 13 13.0 4 13 -1 0 0 0 0 12 3.0 10 0 0 0 0 10 0 10 1.0 10 0 0 0 5 0 0 5 0.5 10 0 0 0 0 5 0 5 0.5 10 0 0 0 0 5 0 5 0.5 2 -35 0 0 0 0 0 -35 -17.5 10 -190 0 0 0 0 0 -190 -19.0

Total

10 1269 2113 298 625 85 21 4390 439.0

Total Offensive Yds

G

Plays

Rush

Pass

Total

Avg/G

Russell, Nick Dale, Jamie Sanchez, Joe Barth, Tyler Roberts, Trevor Van Lacken, Lukas Meixler, Jake Brill, Everett

10 8 5 10 10 7 4 10

353 186 33 42 6 33 5 16

-190 1057 21 104 35 84 53 42

1854 0 214 0 49 0 0 0

1664 1057 235 104 84 84 53 42

166.4 132.1 47.0 10.4 8.4 12.0 13.3 4.2

Sawdey, Chris Berber, Bernis Tristao, Jonathan Renteria, Anthony Moheit, Trevor Francis, Jaryd Brill, Donovan Waliczek, Edward TEAM, Jelden, Kolten Meneley, Dustin Looney, Zach

5 6 3 7 4 4 7 5 10 10 10 2

6 1 1 21 6 1 2 1 6 1 3 1

24 19 19 19 13 5 4 4 0 0 -9 -35

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

24 19 19 19 13 5 4 4 0 0 -9 -35

4.8 3.2 6.3 2.7 3.3 1.3 0.6 0.8 0.0 0.0 -0.9 -17.5

Total

10

724

1269

2117

3386

338.6

Hardrocker Football Team Records

RECORD

YEAR

Plays Game-101 (vs. Colorado College)

1970

Seson-753

1970

Total Yards Game-620 (vs. Northwestern, IA)

1999

Season-3,760

1999

Rushing Yards Game-477 (vs. Dakota Wesleyan)

1983

Season-2,512

1970

Attempts-536

1983

Passing Yards Game-430 (vs. Northwestern, IA)

1999

Season-2665

1999

Passes Attempted Game-56 (vs. Northwestern, IA)

1999

Season-403

1999

First Downs Game-32 (vs. Northwestern, IA)

1999

Season-201

2009

Against-0 (vs. Huron College)

1982

Hardrocker Football Individual Records Points Scored Game-77 (vs. Trinity College)

1994

Season-321

2009

Fewest Points Allowed Game-0 (several times)

1980

Season-59 Pass Defense Season Average-72.7 yards

1978

Rushing Defense Game (-16 vs. Yankton)

1982

Season Average-91.0

1981

Total Defense Season Average-174.1

1980

Passes Intercepted Game-6 (vs. Dakota Wesleyan)

1970

-6 (vs. Chadron)

1988 1970

Season - 20 2008 Fumbles Recovered Game-6 (vs. Dakota Wesleyan)

1970

Season-22 (twice)

1976,1978

Hardrocker Football Individual Records Total Yards Mitch Olson vs. Si Tanka

Game

468 yards

2004

Season

2,585 yards Nick Wald

1999

Career

7,919 yards Nick Russell

2008-

Game

32

Nick Russell vs. BHSU

2008

Season

201

Nick Wald

1998

Career

637

Nick Wald

1998-2001

Longest Pass

92yds

P. Amman to Dan Howard

vs. Huron U

61%

Nick Russell

2009

Game

57

Nick Russell vs. Jamestown

2009

Season

401

Nick Wald

1999

Career

1,261

Nick Wald

1998-2001

Game

430

Nick Wald vs. Northwestern IA

1999

Season

2,665

Nick Wald

1999

Career

7,919

Nick Russell

2008-

Game

5 TDs

John Hortness vs. BHSU 1995

Season

18 TDs

Nick Wald

1999

Career

45 TDs

Nick Wald

1998-2001

12 rec.

Matt Fettig vs. Colorado 2001 Mines

12 rec.

Jason Beilstein vs. BHSU

2008

65 rec.

Tony Ostheimer

2009

Passes Completed

Passing Percentage Season Passes Attempted

Passing Yardage

Touchdown Passes

Passes Caught Game

Season

Hardrocker Football Individual Records Career

194 rec.

Matt Fettig

1998-2001

Game

212 yards

Ryan Cadwallader

1995

Season

1,182 yards Ryan Cadwallader

1998-2001

Career

2,365 yards Matt Fettig

1998-2001

Game

4 TDs

Ryan Cadwallader

1995

Season

13 TDs

Ryan Cadwallader

1995

Career

16 TDs

Gary Eschebaum

1969-1972

245 yards

Jim Guthrie vs. Dickinson

1977

245 yards

Kevin Ptak vs. DWU

1996

Pass Receiving Yards

Touchdown Catches

Rushing Yards Game

Season

1,314 yards Jim Guthrie

1977

Career

2,948 yards Mark Hoffman

1998-2001

4,642 yds

2008-

All Purpose Yards Career

Jamie Dale 2,765 rushing yards 69 receiving yards 622 kickoff return yards 127 punt return yards

Points Scored Game

30 points

Doug Beisner vs. BHSU 1981

30 points

Harry Perrigo

1917

Season

88 points

Jamie Dale

2008

Career

192 points

Jamie Dale

2008-

27.1 yards

Steve Butherus

1977

19.4 yards

Steve Butherus

1978

Kickoff Returns Avg. Season Punt Returns Avg. Season

Hardrocker Football Individual Records 98 yards

Bill Wailder vs. Dakota State

1952

Season

11

Andy Smith

2009

Career

25

Andy Smith

2008-

Longest

52 yards

Andy Smith vs. Minot State

2009

52 yards

Andy Smith vs.Dickinson State

2010

Longest Field Goals

Season Percentage 73%(11/15) Andy Smith

2009

Most Points Scored by Kicker Game

16

Andy Smith

2009

Season

65

Andy Smith

2009

Career

81

Andy Smith

2008-

Season

32

Andy Smith

2009

Career

67

Andy Smith

2008-

39.8

Drew Eickbush

2002

Game

4

Chuck Wait vs. USDS

1970

Season

7

Kyle Kurth

2005

Career

20

Tom Lunzman

2007-2010

Season

14

Jay Nopolo

2000

Career

30

Mike Zacher

1992-1995

Extra Points

Punting Season Avg. Pass Interceptions

QB Sacks

Hardrocker Football Coaching Records 341-420-35 All Time Program Record .428 Winning Percentage Records in format: Wins-Losses-Ties No Games played: 1896-1899, 1907, 1915, 1942-1945

Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005

Daniel Kratzer 22-38 .367 2005-present (5 year) Record 7-3 5-5 5-5 3-7 1-9 1-9

Darren Soucy 10-40 .200 2000-2004 (5 years)

Year 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000

Record 3-7 3-7 2-8 2-8 0-10

Ron Richards

Rick Fiala

2-18

7-23

.100

.233

1998-1999

1995-1997

(2 years) Year Record 1999 2-8 1998 0-10

(3 years) Year Record 1997 1-9 1996 1-9 1995 5-5

Erv Mondt

Gary Boner

11-34

92-73-7

.244

25-36-5

.555

1990-1994 (5 years)

.417

1971-1989 (19 years) *Conference Champions

Year 1994 1993 1992 *1991 1990

Dud King

Record 2-7 3-6 2-7 4-5 0-9

Year 1989 1988 1987 1986 *1985 *1984 1983 *1982 *1981 *1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 *1975 *1974 1973 1972 1971

Record 1-8 1-8 4-5 3-6 6-3 7-2 5-4 7-2 7-2 8-1 5-4-1 7-2-1 6-3 4-4-1 5-4 6-2-1 4-3-2 3-6 3-4-1

1963-1970 (8 years) Year *1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963

Record 5-4 3-6 4-3-1 3-4-1 4-4 3-5 1-5-2 2-5-1

Homer Englund

Jerry Welfl

Clare Ekeland

12-11

3-5

15-32-9

.522

.375

.348

1959-1960, 1962

1961

1952-1958

(3 years) Year Record 1959 3-4 1960 5-3 1962 4-4

(1 year) Year Record 1961 3-5

(8 years) Year Record 1958 1-4-3 1957 2-4-2 1956 0-7-1 1955 2-4-2 1954 4-4-0 1953 4-4-1 1952 2-5-0

Barney Lewellyn

Dave Strong Dan Lennon

22-13-4

4-2-1 2-6

.615

.643 .250

1947-1951

1941 1946

(5 years) Year 1951 1950 1949 1948 1947

Record 8-0 3-5 2-3-2 5-3-0 4-2-2

(1 year) (1 year) Year Record 1946 2-6

Year 1941

Record 4-2-1

Art Sullivan

Lem S. Herting

Ray D. Hahn

5-9-1

14-14-1

15-27

.367

.500

.357

1939-1940

1935-1938

1929-1934

(2 years) Year Record 1939 3-4 1940 2-5-1

(4 years) Year Record 1938 8-0 1937 5-3 1936 1-6-1 1935 0-5

(6 years) Year Record 1934 2-4 1933 4-3 1932 1-6 1931 2-5 1930 3-5 1929 3-4

Ollie Thomas

B.R. Schroeder

John Redmon

23-15-1

9-4-1

2-4-1

.603

.679

.357

1924-1928

1922-1923

1921

(5 years) Year Record 1928 3-5 1927 7-1 1926 4-1-1 1925 3-6 1924 6-2

(2 years) Year Record 1923 4-2 1922 5-2-1

(1 year) Year Record 1921 2-4-1

Fred Gushurst

Lt. K.M. Harkness

J.F. Dulebahn

10-5

1-0

2-3

.667

1.000

.400

1917, 1919-1920

1918

1916

(3 years) Year Record 1920 5-1 1919 2-1 1917 3-3

(1 year) Year Record 1918 1-0

(1 year) Year Record 1916 2-3

E.L. Allmendinger 4-1 .800 1914 (1 year) Year Record 1914 4-1

J.H. Winterringer 5-2 .714 1913 (1 year) Year Record 1913 5-2

Dr. G.C. Redfield 2-4 .333 1912 (1 year) Year Record 1912 2-4

Rev. Howard Fulweiler 1-3-2 .250 1911 (1 year) Year Record 1911 1-3-2

Joseph Power 2-2-1 .500 1910 (1 year) Year Record 1910 2-2-1

Rev. G.S. Keller 10-1 .909 1908-1909 (2 years) Year Record 1909 5-0 1908 5-1

T.R. Nelson 2-0-1 .833 1906 (1 year) Year Record 1906 2-0-1

Unknown 2-0 1.000 1905 (1 year) Year Record 1905 2-0

Hendrickson 2-0 1.000 1904 (1 year) Year Record 1904 2-0

Green 1-0 1.000 1903 (1 year) Year Record 1903 1-0

E.M. Stevens 5-2 .714 1900-1902 (3 years) Year Record 1902 2-2 1901 2-0 1900 1-1

R.F. Flinterman 0-1 0.000 1895 (1 year) Year Record 1885 0-1

All-Time vs. Record Opponent

Won Lost

Tied Last Year Played

Arkansas A&M Augustana Black Hills State Carroll College Chadron State Colorado College Colorado School of Mines Columbus Creighton Dakota State University Dakota Wesleyan Dickinson State Eastern Montana Ellendale Ft. Meade Ft. Russell Jamestown College Si Tanka University-Huron

2 2 59 0 24 0 0 5 1 48 31 8 2 2 4 1 3 30

1 5 54 1 44 2 10 3 2 28 20 32 0 0 0 0 14 39

0 0 11 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 0 0 0 0 1 4

1940 1953 2010 1985 1994 1970 2010 1928 1920 2010 1999 2010 1949 1946 1927 1928 2011 2004

Haskell Indian Nations University

3

1

0

2008

Concordia (St. Paul) University of Mary Mayville State Minot State Montana Tech Morningside Mount St. Charles Northern State Rapid City Business College Rapid City Indian School Rocky Mountain Regis University of Sioux Falls South Dakota State Northern Iowa South Dakota SD-Springfield Trinity College (ND) Valley City State Wayne State Western Union Westmar University Wisconsin-Whitewater

1 0 8 3 5 0 1 8 1 6 11 0 17 2 0 0 30 6 3 0 1 0 0

1 9 4 16 3 1 0 36 0 1 15 2 18 8 1 2 15 0 13 2 2 2 2

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

2000 2005 2010 2010 2010 1911 1920 1977 1913 1915 1991 1926 1999 1996 1972 1954 1983 2009 2010 1932 1924 1996 1999


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