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Contents 2013 SIMPSON STORM 2 Season Outlook 4 Roster 6 Player Photos 12 Coaching Staff 14 Support Staff SIMPSON COLLEGE 16 Cowles/Carse Renovation 18 Simpson at a Glance 20 Facilities 22 Support HISTORY 24 Year-by-Year 26 Record Book 30 First Team All-IIAC 32 All-Americans/Major Awards CREDITS The 2013 Simpson Football Program is a production of the Simpson College Office of Marketing and Public Relations. Design, layout and copy courtesy of Simpson Athletic Communciations Director, Bryan Geelan. Ad layout by DesignInk by Edge in Indianola, Iowa. Action Photography courtesy of Luke Behaunek. Headshots and cover photos by Tim McConnell.

EXTRAS 33 Web Streaming 34 President Jay Simmons 34 Athletic Director Brian Niemuth 35 Administrators and Head Coaches 35 Fight Song 36 Sports Schedules

ON THE FRONT COVER Seniors Dillan Hamilton (left) and David Adams (right). ON THE BACK COVER From left to right, team captains Ted Haag, Clay Finley, Mike Kuhn and Taylor Nelson.

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Get to know sixth-year head coach Jim Glogowski and his staff.

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Learn about Simpson’s rich tradition of success, which includes 23 All-Americans.

Quick Facts General Name.........................................................................................................................Simpson College Location...................................................................................................................... Indianola, Iowa Founded..........................................................................................................................................1860 Enrollment.................................................................................................. approx. 1,485 full-time Nickname..................................................................................................................................... Storm School Colors..................................................................... Red (PMS 201) and Gold (PMS 124) Field Name........................................................................................................ Bill Buxton Stadium Capacity..........................................................................................................................................5,000 Surface.............................................................................................................. FieldTurf Revolution Affiliation.................................................................................................................NCAA Division III Conference.......................................................................... Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic (IIAC) President...................................................................................................................Dr. Jay Simmons Alma Mater, Year............................................................................Birmingham-Southern, 1985 Athletics Director.......................................................................................................Brian Niemuth Alma Mater, Year..................................................................................................Grand View, 1988 Athletic Dept. Phone...............................................................................................(515) 961-1495 History First Year of Football....................................................................................................................1893 Overall all-time record...................................................................................................462-501-35 NCAA Championship Appearances.............................................................................................. 6 Years.................................................................................................1988-89, 1991, 1996-97, 2003 All-time Bowl/Championship Record........................................... 2-8 (2-7 NCAA; 0-1 NAIA) Recent Appearance.......................................... 26-20 loss to St. Norbert in 2003 1st round Iowa Conference Championships...............................................................................................12 Years...........................................1923-25, 1931, 1933-34, 1949, 1969, 1988, 1991, 1996-97

Team Information 2012 Overall Record....................................................................................................................... 6-4 Home/Away.............................................................................................................................3-2 / 3-2 IIAC Record/Finish.............................................................................................................4-3 / t-2nd Final ranking last year (poll)......................................................................................................... NA Basic Offense.....................................................................................................................................Pro Basic Defense.................................................................................................................................... 4-3 Player Information Letterwinners Returning/Lost.............................................................................................33 / 29 Offensive Starters Returning........................................................................................................... 5 Defensive Starters Returning.......................................................................................................... 4 Specialists Returning.......................................................................................................................... 3 2013 Team Captains Clay Finley....................................................................................................................................Jr.., DE Ted Haag.........................................................................................................................................Sr, LB Mike Kuhn................................................................................................................................... Sr., WR Taylor Nelson..............................................................................................................................Sr., QB

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returns for his fifth year after missing all of 2012 due to injury. The 6-3, 240-pounder will provide solid blocking ability and another receiver for Nelson, as he enters the season with 25 career grabs. “I really like our backs,” Glogowski said. “Those kids have all played a lot of football for us, from Chia, to Calvert, to Kenny. McCulley and Bevins need to support the run game and be viable pass threats.” The offensive line will have to fill holes left by three starters from a year ago, but have a big, solid nucleus returning. Senior Patrick Thompson will lead the group after earning second team all-conference honors at right tackle a year ago. Junior Nathan Christian started all 10 games at left guard, helping the line allow a league-low 11 sacks in Iowa Conference play. “Up front we will be young, but athletic,” Glogowski said. “It is one of the biggest o-lines we have had and I expect them to improve over the course of the year.”

DEFENSE

Simpson returns four starters on defense, although that number isn’t an accurate portrayal of the amount of experience coming back.

The pendulum is swinging in the right direction for the Simpson Storm football team in 2013. After bursting on the scene with seven wins in Jim Glogowski’s first year as head coach in 2008, Simpson went 5-15 over the next two seasons. But the team gained momentum with a 5-5 mark in 2011 and went 6-4 a year ago, setting the stage for more optimism and higher standers in 2013. “It takes senior leadership,” Glogowski said of keeping the program moving in the right direction. “We need to lead by example and the program needs to grow. How we practice on a daily basis and how we prepare for each opponent will determine what happens on Saturday afternoon.” The team was close to breaking through last year, as three of the four losses came by a combined 16 points. Signature wins over Wartburg and Central provided optimism, but a big loss against Coe provided room for improvement. “[To get to the next level] we need to stay healthy, we need to take advantage of opportunities when they present themselves, we need to take it one week at a time and we need to have a few bounces go our way,” he said. The Storm return 33 letterwinners and 11 starters from last season’s squad that finished tied for second in the Iowa Conference with a 4-3 mark in league play.

OFFENSE

Offensive coordinator Joe Beschorner’s unit returns a number of key pieces from a group that put up more than 400 yards per game in 2012. Headlining the returners is First Team All-West Region performer and preseason All-American, Brad Vogel (pictured). The speedy Vogel is one of the most explosive players in the nation, averaging more than 220 all-purpose yards per game as a receiver, returner and running back in 2012. He led the Iowa Conference with 81 catches for 1,116 yards to go along with 10 touchdowns as a slot receiver

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and gained 165 yards on 12 carries out of the backfield. Seniors Mike Kuhn – a 2011 honorable mention all-conference pick – and Ryan Olson will assist Vogel with pass-catching duties. “I love our receiving corps,” Glogowski said. “Vogel is one of the top receivers in the league and Kuhn had a great summer, so we will rely a lot on him. There are also opportunities for guys who have been in the program to step up, as we certainly like to throw the ball around.” The man in charge of getting Vogel & Company the ball is three-year starter and second team all-conference quarterback, Taylor Nelson. The senior already owns school records for passing completions, pass attempts and total offense and looks to improve upon his 25-touchdown, 13-interception campaign a year ago. He threw for 3,030 yards and also proved to be a threat on the ground with 214 yards and six touchdowns. “Taylor will be a leader for us and needs to play like a four-year starter,” Glogowski said of his quarterback. The Storm have a deep stable of running backs with plenty of game experience, led by three-year starter, Michael Chia. A senior, Chia suffered a season-ending injury in week five last season, but is back in full swing this year. Junior Ethan Calvert led the team with 278 rushing yards a year ago, while junior Tyler Kenny provided 237 yards. When Simpson uses two backs, senior Jared Bevins is the incumbent at fullback. A solid blocking back, Bevins is also a capable pass catcher out of the backfield. Senior tight end Jake McCulley

“The perception is that we graduated everybody, and we did lost some quality seniors off the 2012 team,” Glogowski said of his defense. “But we also have 23 seniors this season and several on defense that played a lot last year.” The defensive line provided a big spark for the Storm in 2012, contributing 28.5 of the team’s 31 sacks. A key part of that was the play of junior end Johnnie Sims, who earned honorable mention all-conference honors after tying for the team lead with seven sacks. Senior David Adams is the top returner on the interior after tallying 4.5 sacks a year ago. Senior end Clay Finley, senior tackle Aaron Gaynor and junior tackle Alex Severn were all a part of the regular rotation and should help cause problems for opposing teams at the point of attack. “I really like our athleticism up front,” Glogowski said. “Finley and Sims are guys that really have good athleticism and should be solid for us. Adams is a big, strong tackle along with Severn. I expect those two to provide toughness in the middle.” The linebacking corps will have a different look after the departure of starters Mark Cronin and DJ Bennett. But junior Brandon Abernathy and senior Dillan Hamilton should fill the holes on the outside, joining senior middle linebacker, Ted Haag. The 6-0, 230-pound Haag is a veteran of Glogowski’s scheme and will provide leadership as one of the defensive team captains. “Haag is a fifth-year guy and really understands what’s expected of him,” Glogowski said. “Abernathy is poised to break out this fall and Hamilton has been patiently waiting for his opportunity and should not disappoint.” The secondary is an area of opportunity for Simpson in 2012 with open competition at almost all positions. Senior cornerback Corey Sterling has the most game experience after making six starts and 24 tackles in 2012 and senior Sean DeGoey is the lead candidate to step into one of the safety positions. DeGoey appeared in eight games and made 13 tackles a year ago.

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“How we practice on a daily basis and how we prepare for each opponent will determine what happens on Saturday afternoon.” - Head Coach, Jim Glogowski “In the back end we have several veterans that should step in for guys that graduated,” Glogowski said. “Sterling, DeGoey, and Russ Fairfield (Sr.) have played a lot of football here, while Cole Wigert (Sr.) and Reid Ryan (So.) have shown the ability to make plays.”

honors a year ago. A two-time, first team all-conference performer,Vogel returned 32 kicks for 818 yards – highlighted by a 93-yarder for a touchdown against Eureka – and 11 punts for 104 yards. A pair of kickers saw action for Simpson in 2012. Strong-footed junior Logan Klein led the Iowa Conference with 18 touchbacks and helped Simpson lead the league in kickoff coverage while averaging 41.1 yards per punt. He made 22 of 27 extra point attempts and went 3-for-7 in field goals. Senior Brian Schaaf got in on the placekicking action at the end of the season, making 8 of 9 extra points but going 0-for-3 in field goal attempts. “I feel good about both kickers we have back and Vogel has the ability to be a game-breaker in the return game,” Glogowski said.

PRESEASON COACHES’ POLL Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

School Coe (6) Wartburg Central (1) Dubuque Simpson (1) Buena Vista Loras Luther

Points 54 47 43 37 36 29 18 16

2012 Record 10-1, 7-0 IIAC 6-4, 4-3 IIAC 5-5, 4-3 IIAC 5-5, 4-3 IIAC 6-4, 4-3 IIAC 4-6, 4-3 IIAC 2-8, 1-6 IIAC 0-10, 0-7 IIAC

- (parenthesis) indicates number of first-place votes

SPECIAL TEAMS

The special teams unit is loaded with returners in 2013. The aforementioned Vogel is the team’s top returner, earning D3football.com First Team All-West Region

2013 SCHEDULE

IOWA WESLEYAN September 7 | 1 p.m.

AT GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS September 14 | 1 p.m.

UW-RIVER FALLS September 21 | 1 p.m.

AT WARTBURG October 5 | 1 p.m.

CENTRAL October 12 | 1 p.m.

Simpson kicks off the season by welcoming Iowa Wesleyan to Division III football. The Tigers – a provisional member of the Upper Midwest Athletic Conference – make the move from NAIA, where they went 3-8 a year ago.

The Storm travel to St. Peter in the hopes of avenging last year’s disappointing, turnover-riddled 35-26 loss at home. The Gusties finished 3-7 overall, 2-6 in the MIAC and have endured four straight losing seasons.

Taylor Nelson threw for 398 yards and Brad Vogel scored three touchdowns as Simpson won last year’s season-opener, 31-22 in Wisconsin. River Falls finished 2-8 last season and hasn’t had a winning season since 2000.

Simpson will have an extra week to prepare for Wartburg with the bye coming on Sept. 28. The Storm are coming off of backto-back wins over the Knights, including last year’s 20-19 thriller in Indianola. The Knights went 6-4 in 2012.

It’s homecoming weekend in Indianola as Simpson welcomes the Dutch to Buxton Stadium. Simpson ran for 152 yards and won last year’s matchup, 21-18 in Pella. Central finished the season 5-5.

AT LORAS October 19 | 1 p.m.

AT COE October 26 | 1 p.m.

DUBUQUE November 2 | 4 p.m.

BUENA VISTA November 9 | 1 p.m.

AT LUTHER November 16 | 12 p.m.

Tyler Kenny ran for 132 yards, Simpson ran for 193 as a team and the Storm handled Loras 28-7 at home in 2012. The Duhawks boast 11 returning starters looking to improve upon last year’s 2-8 finish.

Simpson was 5-1 and riding high before suffering a 47-7 homecoming loss to the eventual conference champion Kohawks last year. Coe returns seven starters led by preseason All-American, offensive lineman, Nathan Yelton.

Despite a record 40 completions by Taylor Nelson, Dubuque won a 45-40 shootout last season after building a 38-6 lead in the third quarter. The Spartans went 5-5 last year but must replace 2012 IIAC Offensive MVP, quarterback Wyatt Hanus.

Simpson recovered an onside kick in the final minute but just missed a field goal as time expired in a 29-27 loss in 2012. Brad Vogel set a school record with 20 catches in the loss. The Beavers went 4-6 overall and return 12 starters.

A blocked punt returned for a touchdown helped Simpson halt a three-game losing streak with a 21-10 win over the Norse in last year’s season finale, capping an 0-10 season for Luther. Firstyear head coach Aaron Hafner inherits nine starters in 2013.

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2013 SIMPSON STORM | ROSTER

2013 Roster No. Name Pos. 2 Brandon Abernathy LB 3 David Adams DL 65 Chuck Adolph OL 33 Cody Alexander CB 10 Tanner Augustine QB 76 Blake Beard OL 24 Jordan Beem RB 57 Daniel Beitelspacher LB 74 Blake Bergstrom OL 12 Dylan Berkey QB 34 Jared Bevins FB 3 Bryan Boesen QB 21 Tyger Bottenfield WR 60 Blade Bradley OL 58 Jon Burgardt LB 84 Matt Burrell WR 32 Ethan Calvert RB 94 Cody Carlson DE 7 Michael Chia RB 77 Nate Christian OL 80 Corbin Clark WR 4 Nate Connealy WR 36 Cole Cook LB 56 Casey Coy DE 71 Ross Dawson DT 17 Sean DeGoey S 97 Bailey Donovan DE 57 Sean Eikenberry OL 51 Grant Eller LB 18 Jake Esdohr K 35 Russ Fairfield S 6 Clay Finley DE 21 Julius Foster FB 99 Isaac Frazier DE 90 Aaron Gaynor DE 33 Joe Gilson RB/LB 15 Mitch Green QB 31 Jared Grove RB 52 Ted Haag LB 35 Token Hall WR 59 Brett Hall OL 73 Erik Hall OL 28 Dillan Hamilton LB 40 Andrew Harris DT 62 Kyle Highland OL 70 Dylan Hofstad OL 13 Walker Holland WR 54 Taylor Hunt OL 31 Mike Jachna LB 29 Collin Jacobs RB 22 Caleb Jans WR 43 Adrean Johnson S 83 Ethan Kain WR 43 Tyler Kenny RB 91 Craig Kimble DE 44 Logan Klein K 92 Tanner Klein DT 53 Sam Kline OL 98 Sawyer Kochel DE 48 Dylan Kromrie FB 10 Mike Kuhn WR

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No. Name 1 Brad Vogel 2 Brandon Abernathy 3 David Adams 3 Bryan Boesen 4 Nate Connealy 4 Devin Norman 5 Braedon Tovey 6 Clay Finley 6 Taylor Nelson 7 Michael Chia 7 Trevor McKee 8 Reid Ryan 8 Nate Vande Wall 9 Jake McCulley 9 Nathan Russell 10 Tanner Augustine 10 Mike Kuhn 11 Brian Schaaf 12 Dylan Berkey 12 Matt Pearson 13 Walker Holland 13 Gauge Pender 14 Rob Logsdon 15 Mitch Green 15 Ryan Olson 16 Bryant McWilliams 16 Tanner Potter 17 Sean DeGoey 18 Jake Esdohr 18 Ryan McCoy 19 Patrick Steffen 19 Tyler Reindl 20 Corey Sterling 21 Tyger Bottenfield 21 Julius Foster 22 Caleb Jans 22 Carter Stephens 24 Jordan Beem 24 Josh Wilson 25 Adrian Moran 25 Zach Nissen 26 Braxton Peats 26 Mark Waechter 27 Jake Schrodt 28 Dillan Hamilton 28 Justin Shepherd 29 Collin Jacobs 29 Cole Wigert 30 Brenden Moon 30 Zach Rathman 31 Jared Grove 31 Mike Jachna 32 Ethan Calvert 32 Levi Ryals 33 Cody Alexander 33 Joe Gilson 34 Jared Bevins 35 Russ Fairfield 35 Token Hall 36 Cole Cook 37 Abe Wolfe

Pos. WR LB DL QB WR WR QB DE QB RB S CB QB TE TE QB WR K QB CB WR K WR QB WR QB S S K LB CB CB CB WR FB WR S RB LB S LB CB LB S LB S RB CB FB CB RB LB RB S CB RB/LB FB S WR LB S

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

Wt. 165 210 245 165 175 165 200 215 180 185 200 170 180 240 205 195 190 170 180 160 175 190 170 180 220 180 165 190 190 195 170 175 175 165 225 160 200 180 205 185 180 180 205 175 210 180 160 185 190 155 180 208 210 170 155 225 225 190 165 185 175

Cl............................................ Hometown/High School Sr....................................................Donnellson, Iowa/Central Lee Jr...............................................................Indianola, Iowa/Indianola Sr..................................... Bermuda Dunes, Calif./Cathedral City So.......................................................................Boone, Iowa/Boone Jr.............................................Council Bluffs, Iowa/Lewis Central Fr........................................................Camanche, Iowa/Camanche So................................................ Cedar Rapids, Iowa/Washington Jr...........................................................Muscatine, Iowa/Muscatine Sr................................................... West Des Moines, Iowa/Valley Sr..............................................................Indianola, Iowa/Indianola Fr............................ Massena, Iowa/Cumberland-Anita-Massena So....................................................................Ankeny, Iowa/Ankeny Fr.....................................Prairie City, Iowa/Prairie City-Monroe Sr........................................... New Sharon, Iowa/North Mahaska Fr..................................................... Lynnville, Iowa/Lynnville-Sully Fr.............................................................. Parker, Colo./Ponderosa Sr...........................................................Des Moines, Iowa/Hoover Sr............................................................... Davenport, Iowa/North Jr...........................................................Colfax, Iowa/Colfax-Mingo Fr...........................................................Des Moines, Iowa/Hoover Jr......................................................Altoona, Iowa/Southeast Polk Fr........................................................ Burlington, Iowa/Burlington Jr................................................... Lawton, Iowa/Lawton-Bronson Fr........................................Grand Mound, Iowa/Central Clinton Sr.............................................................Elkhart, Iowa/North Polk So............................................................ Knoxville, Iowa/Knoxville Fr............................................................. Griswold, Iowa/Griswold Sr..........................................Pleasant Hill, Iowa/Des Moines East Fr................................. Coon Rapids, Iowa/Coon Rapids-Bayard Jr...............................................................Indianola, Iowa/Indianola Fr....................................................................Ankeny, Iowa/Ankeny Fr.............................................Prole, Iowa/Martensdale-St Marys Sr............................................................Kansas City, Mo./Park Hill Fr.........................................................Van Meter, Iowa/Van Meter So................... Kansas City, Mo./Lincoln College Prep Academy Fr........................................................................... Perry, Iowa/Perry So...................................................................Carlisle, Iowa/Carlisle Fr.....................................................Altoona, Iowa/Southeast Polk Fr..................................................... Le Grand, Iowa/East Marshall Jr................................................West Liberty, Iowa/West Liberty Fr........................................................Camanche, Iowa/Camanche So............................. Lakewood, Colo./Valor Chrisitan Academy Fr........................................................... Sigourney, Iowa/Sigourney Jr............................................. Prole, Iowa/Martensdale-St. Marys Sr....................................................................Walnut, Iowa/Walnut Fr.................................................Stanhope, Iowa/South Hamilton Fr.........................................................Clarksville, Iowa/Clarksville Sr.......................................................................Boone, Iowa/Boone Fr................................................... West Des Moines, Iowa/Valley Jr................................................... Lawton, Iowa/Lawton-Bronson So............................................. Adel, Iowa/Adel-DeSoto-Minburn Fr....................................................Burr Ridge, Ill./Hinsdale South Jr..................................................................... St. Charles, Iowa/I-35 So.................................................. What Cheer, Iowa /Tri County Fr..................................................... Melcher, Iowa/Melcher-Dallas Sr.....................................Prairie City, Iowa/Prairie City-Monroe Sr................................................................ Creston, Iowa/Creston Sr.................................................................. Atlantic, Iowa/Atlantic Fr..............................................................Chariton, Iowa/Chariton Fr...................................................................... Tipton, Iowa/Tipton So............................................... Stuart, Iowa/West Central Valley

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No. Name 39 Nick Wilkerson 40 Andrew Harris 41 Dylan Miller 42 Mark Milbrandt 42 Layton Nordmeyer 43 Adrean Johnson 43 Tyler Kenny 44 Logan Klein 44 Jake Stearns 45 Michael Pavon 46 Cody Pifer 47 Ryan Van Manen 48 Dylan Kromrie 48 Shane Venteicher 50 Corey Meyer 50 Alex Severn 51 Grant Eller 51 Patrick Thompson 52 Ted Haag 52 Matthew Thompson 53 Sam Kline 54 Taylor Hunt 54 Kris Rhode 56 Casey Coy 56 Jose Perez 57 Daniel Beitelspacher 57 Sean Eikenberry 58 Jon Burgardt 59 Brett Hall 60 Blade Bradley 62 Kyle Highland 65 Chuck Adolph 67 Rusty Sargent 69 Johnnie Sims 70 Dylan Hofstad 71 Ross Dawson 73 Erik Hall 74 Blake Bergstrom 76 Blake Beard 77 Nate Christian 80 Corbin Clark 81 Kenneth Wadle 82 Matt Pullen 83 Ethan Kain 84 Matt Burrell 85 Devan Quam 86 Spencer Scar 87 Triston Twedt 88 Matt Kurtz 89 Stephen McAtee 90 Aaron Gaynor 91 Craig Kimble 92 Tanner Klein 93 Bud Smith 94 Cody Carlson 95 Logan Van Veen 96 Ryan Wagers 97 Bailey Donovan 98 Sawyer Kochel 98 Joe Thomas 99 Isaac Frazier

Pos. RB DT LB LB TE S RB K TE LB LB DT FB LB OL DT LB OL LB OL OL OL LB DE LB LB OL LB OL OL OL OL OL DE OL DT OL OL OL OL WR WR TE WR WR WR WR WR TE TE DE DE DT DT DE DE DT DE DE DT DE

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

Wt. 210 210 205 205 195 185 160 185 210 210 190 240 235 200 265 235 210 280 225 265 265 245 220 190 185 200 255 210 235 290 280 250 235 225 265 220 225 255 270 290 175 155 190 175 185 177 210 175 200 235 230 190 250 225 205 185 240 225 195 250 210

Cl............................................ Hometown/High School So............................................................. Urbandale, Iowa/Hoover Jr.............................................................. Chicago, Ill./Morgan Park Fr............................................Council Bluffs, Iowa/Lewis Central Fr.............................................. Buffalo Center, Iowa/North Iowa Fr........................................................ Greene, Iowa/North Butler Fr................................................... Fort Dodge, Iowa/Fort Dodge Jr.................................................Schaller, Iowa/Schaller-Crestland Jr............................................................ Sigourney, Iowa/Sigourney Fr............................................................ Knoxville, Iowa/Knoxville So............................................. Pleasant Hill, Iowa/Southeast Polk So...........................................................Des Moines, Iowa/Hoover Sr................................................................ Newton, Iowa/Newton Fr............................................... Stuart, Iowa/West Central Valley So...................................................Glidden, Iowa/Glidden-Ralston So.................................................Iowa City, Iowa/Iowa City West Jr........................................................Council Bluffs, Iowa/Treynor Fr......................................................... Melbourne, Fla./Melbourne Sr........................................................................... Perry, Iowa/Perry Sr................................................................ Waukee, Iowa/Waukee So........................................................................... Perry, Iowa/Perry So................................................................ Omaha, Neb./Westside Jr................................... Anita, Iowa/Cumberland-Anita-Massena Fr..................................................................Spencer, Iowa/Spencer Jr........................................................ Jewell, Iowa/South Hamilton Fr.............................................................. Red Oak, Iowa/Red Oak Fr....................................................................... Akron, Iowa/Akron Sr.................................Des Moines, Iowa/Des Moines Christian Fr........................................................... Britt, Iowa/West Hancock Jr..................................................................Grinnell, Iowa/Grinnell So............................................................... Traer, Iowa/North Tama So................................................................Owasso, Okla./Owasso Fr....................................................................Iowa City, Iowa/West Fr................................................... Tucson, Ariz./Canyon Del Oro Jr............................................ New Sharon, Iowa/North Mahaska Jr....................................... Mount Pleasant, Iowa/Mount Pleasant Fr.........................................................Dallas, Iowa/Melcher-Dallas So.................................................Lincoln, Neb./Lincoln Southeast So....................................................................Ankeny, Iowa/Ankeny Fr..............................................................Indianola, Iowa/Indianola Jr....................................................Glidden, Iowa/Glidden-Ralston So...................................................................Carlisle, Iowa/Carlisle Fr..................................................... Melcher, Iowa/Melcher-Dallas Fr.........................................................Dubuque, Iowa/Hempstead Fr.....................................Prairie City, Iowa/Prairie City-Monroe Fr........................................................ Estherville, Iowa/Estherville Jr...................................................Hubbard, Iowa/South Hamilton Jr..........................................................Adair, Iowa/Nodaway Valley Fr.................................................Stanhope, Iowa/South Hamilton So....................................................Donnellson, Iowa/Central Lee Fr.................................................Clarion, Iowa/Clarion-Goldfield Sr............................................................. Des Moines, Iowa/North Fr.............................................................. Johnston, Iowa/Johnston Sr....................................................................... Tripoli, Iowa/Tripoli So.................................................... Runnells, Iowa/Southeast Polk Fr......................................... Grimes, Iowa/Des Moines Christian So...........................................Monroe, Iowa/Prairie City-Monroe Jr.............................................Redfield, Iowa/West Central Valley So..................................................................... Richland, Iowa/Pekin Fr.......................................................Des Moines, Iowa/Roosevelt Sr......................................................................Huxley, Iowa/Ballard Fr.....................................................................Marion, Iowa/Marion

No. Name 88 Matt Kurtz 14 Rob Logsdon 89 Stephen McAtee 18 Ryan McCoy 9 Jake McCulley 7 Trevor McKee 16 Bryant McWilliams 50 Corey Meyer 42 Mark Milbrandt 41 Dylan Miller 30 Brenden Moon 25 Adrian Moran 6 Taylor Nelson 25 Zach Nissen 42 Layton Nordmeyer 4 Devin Norman 15 Ryan Olson 45 Michael Pavon 12 Matt Pearson 26 Braxton Peats 13 Gauge Pender 56 Jose Perez 46 Cody Pifer 16 Tanner Potter 82 Matt Pullen 85 Devan Quam 30 Zach Rathman 19 Tyler Reindl 54 Kris Rhode 9 Nathan Russell 32 Levi Ryals 8 Reid Ryan 67 Rusty Sargent 86 Spencer Scar 11 Brian Schaaf 27 Jake Schrodt 50 Alex Severn 28 Justin Shepherd 69 Johnnie Sims 93 Bud Smith 44 Jake Stearns 19 Patrick Steffen 22 Carter Stephens 20 Corey Sterling 98 Joe Thomas 51 Patrick Thompson 52 Matthew Thompson 5 Braedon Tovey 87 Triston Twedt 47 Ryan Van Manen 95 Logan Van Veen 8 Nate Vande Wall 48 Shane Venteicher 1 Brad Vogel 81 Kenneth Wadle 26 Mark Waechter 96 Ryan Wagers 29 Cole Wigert 39 Nick Wilkerson 24 Josh Wilson 37 Abe Wolfe

Pos. TE WR TE LB TE S QB OL LB LB FB S QB LB TE WR WR LB CB CB K LB LB S TE WR CB CB LB TE S CB OL WR K S DT S DE DT TE CB S CB DT OL OL QB WR DT DE QB LB WR WR LB DT CB RB LB S

Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator: Jim Glogowski (sixth season) Assistant Coaches: Joe Beschorner (offensive coordinator/quarterbacks), Kevin Ferguson (offensive line), James Hoffman (wide receivers), Jeremy Kasper (special teams coordinator/defensive backs), Luke Bentley (running backs), Paul Davis (defensive line), Brad Green (punters/kickers), Tim Lone (linebackers), Jake Rissi (defense), Pete Traynor (tight ends)

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2013 SIMPSON STORM | RETURNING PLAYERS

Simpson Storm RETURNING PLAYER HEADSHOTS

2 BRANDON ABERNATHY LB | Jr. | Indianola, IA

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DYLAN BERKEY QB | Jr. | Colfax, IA

7 MICHAEL CHIA RB | Sr. | Indianola, IA

17 SEAN DEGOEY S | Sr. | Pleasant Hill, IA

6 CLAY FINLEY DE | Jr. | Muscatine, IA

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JARED BEVINS FB | Sr. | Creston, IA

77 NATE CHRISTIAN OL | Jr. | Glidden, IA

57 SEAN EIKENBERRY OL | Sr. | Des Moines, IA

21 JULIUS FOSTER FB | So. | Kansas City, MO

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JOE GILSON RB/LB | Sr. | Prairie City, IA

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JARED GROVE RB | So. | Adel, IA

3 BRYAN BOESEN QB | So. | Boone, IA

80 CORBIN CLARK WR | So. | Carlisle, IA

3 DAVID ADAMS DL | Sr. | Bermuda Dunes, CA

60 BLADE BRADLEY OL | So. | Traer, IA

4 NATE CONNEALY WR | Jr. | Council Bluffs, IA

74 BLAKE BERGSTROM OL | So. | Ankeny, IA

32 ETHAN CALVERT RB | Jr. | St. Charles, IA

56 CASEY COY DE | Jr. | Jewell, IA

35 RUSS FAIRFIELD S | Sr. | Atlantic, IA

90 AARON GAYNOR DL | Sr. | Des Moines, IA

52 TED HAAG LB | Sr. | Waukee, IA

BIO BLAST

Senior linebacker and team captain, Ted Haag, anchors the middle of the Storm defense. He is a threeyear letterwinner from Waukee, Iowa.

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59 BRETT HALL OL | Jr. | Grinnell, IA

40 ANDREW HARRIS DL | Jr. | Chicago, IL

13 WALKER HOLLAND WR | Jr. | Altoona, IA

44 LOGAN KLEIN K | Jr. | Sigourney, IA

9 JAKE McCULLEY TE | Sr. | New Sharon, IA

6 TAYLOR NELSON QB | Sr. | West Des Moines, IA

73 ERIK HALL OL | So. | Lincoln, NE

62 KYLE HIGHLAND OL | So. | Owasso, OK

54 TAYLOR HUNT OL | Jr. | Anita, IA

92 TANNER KLEIN DT | Sr. | Tripoli, IA

18 RYAN McCOY LB | Jr. | Indianola, IA

15 RYAN OLSON WR | Sr. | Elkhart, IA

28 DILLAN HAMILTON LB | Sr. | Walnut, IA

70 DYLAN HOFSTAD OL | Jr. | Mount Pleasant, IA

43 TYLER KENNY RB | Jr. | Schaller, IA

53 SAM KLINE OL | So. | Omaha, NE

16 BRYANT McWILLIAMS QB | So. | Knoxville, IA

45 MICHAEL PAVON LB | So. | Pleasant Hill, IA

BIO BLAST

Senior quarterback and team captain, Taylor Nelson, is a two-time, second team all-conference performer and holds Simpson’s career record for total offense.

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MIKE KUHN WR. | Sr. | Des Moines, IA

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ROB LOGSDON WR | Jr. | Lawton, IA

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COREY MEYER OL | So. | Iowa City, IA

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ADRIAN MORAN S | Jr. | West Liberty, IA

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BRAXTON PEATS DB | So. | Lakewood, Colo.

CODY PIFER LB | So. | Des Moines, IA

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85 DEVAN QUAM WR | Jr. | Hubbard, Iowa

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30 ZACH RATHMAN CB | Jr. | Lawton, IA

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Junior defensive end, Johnnie Sims, earned honorable mention all-conference honors after tying for the team lead with seven sacks in 2012.

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BRIAN SCHAAF K | Sr. | Davenport, IA

27 CARTER STEPHENS S | So. | Carlisle, IA

5 BRAEDON TOVEY QB | So. | Cedar Rapids, IA

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JAKE SCHRODT S | Jr. | Prole, IA

20 COREY STERLING CB | Sr. | Kansas City, MO

47 RYAN VAN MANEN DT | Sr. | Newton, IA

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RYAN WAGERS DT | Jr. | Redfield, IA

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COLE WIGERT CB | Sr. | Boone, IA

50 ALEX SEVERN DT | Jr. | Council Bluffs, IA

98 JOE THOMAS DT | Sr. | Huxley, IA

95 LOGAN VAN VEEN DE | So. | Monroe, IA

37 ABE WOLFE S | So. | Stuart, IA

LEVI RYALS S | So. | What Cheer, IA

69 JOHNNIE SIMS DE | Jr. | New Sharon, IA

REID RYAN CB | So. | Ankeny, IA

93 BUD SMITH DT | So. | Runnells, IA

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MATTHEW THOMPSON OL | So. | Perry, IA

PATRICK THOMPSON OL | Sr. | Perry, IA

48 SHANE VENTEICHER LB | So. | Glidden, IA

1 BRAD VOGEL WR | Sr. | Donnellson, IA

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CHUCK ADOLPH OL | Fr. | Iowa City, IA

76 BLAKE BEARD OL | Fr. | Indianola, IA

84 MATT BURRELL WR | Fr. | Estherville, IA

51 GRANT ELLER LB | Fr. | Melbourne, FL

31 MIKE JACHNA LB | Fr. | Burr Ridge, IL

91 CRAIG KIMBLE DE | Fr. | Johnston, IA

24 JORDAN BEEM RB | Fr. | Altoona, IA

94 CODY CARLSON DE | Fr. | Grimes, IA

18 JAKE ESDOHR K | Fr. | Coon Rapids, IA

29 COLLIN JACOBS RB | Fr. | Clarksville, IA

98 SAWYER KOCHEL DE | Fr. | Des Moines, IA

57 DANIEL BEITELSPACHER LB | Fr. | Akron, IA

36 COLE COOK LB | Fr. | Tipton, IA

99 ISAAC FRAZIER DE | Fr. | Marion, IA

22 CALEB JANS WR | Fr. | Perry, IA

48 DYLAN KROMRIE FB | Fr. | Stuart, IA

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CODY ALEXANDER CB | Fr. | Melcher, IA

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TANNER AUGUSTINE QB | Fr. | Parker, CO

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TYGER BOTTENFIELD WR | Fr. | Van Meter, IA

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JON BURGARDT LB | Fr. | Britt, IA

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ROSS DAWSON DT | Fr. | Dallas, IA

BAILEY DONOVAN DE | So. | Richland, IA

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MITCH GREEN QB | Fr. | Grand Mound, IA

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TOKEN HALL WR | Fr. | Chariton, IA

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ADREAN JOHNSON S | Fr. | Fort Dodge, IA

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ETHAN KAIN WR | Fr. | Prairie City, IA

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MATT KURTZ TE | So. | Donnellson, IA

STEPHEN McATEE TE | Fr. | Clarion, IA

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7 TREVOR McKEE S | Fr. | Massena, IA

42 MARK MILBRANDT LB | Fr. | Buffalo Center, IA

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LAYTON NORDMEYER TE | Fr. | Greene, IA

DEVIN NORMAN WR | Fr. | Camanche, IA

16 TANNER POTTER S | Fr. | Griswold, IA

67 RUSTY SARGENT OL | Fr. | Tucson, AZ

87 TRISTON TWEDT WR | Fr. | Stanhope, IA

82 MATT PULLEN TE | Fr. | Dubuque, IA

86 SPENCER SCAR WR | Jr. | Adair, IA

8 NATE VANDE WALL QB | Fr. | Prairie City, IA

24 JOSH WILSON LB | Fr. | Le Grand, IA

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41 DYLAN MILLER CB | Fr. | Council Bluffs, IA

12 MATT PEARSON CB | Fr. | Des Moines, IA

19 TYLER REINDL CB | Fr. | Prole, IA

28 JUSTIN SHEPHERD S | Fr. | Stanhope, IA

19 KENNETH WADLE WR | Fr. | Melcher, IA

30 BRENDEN MOON FB | Fr. | West Des Moines, IA

13 GAUGE PENDER K | Fr. | Burlington, IA

54 KRIS RHODE LB | Fr. | Spencer, IA

44 JAKE STEARNS TE | Fr. | Knoxville, IA

26 MARK WAECHTER LB | Fr. | Sigourney, IA

25 ZACH NISSEN LB | Fr. | Camanche, IA

56 JOSE PEREZ LB | Fr. | Red Oak, IA

9 NATHAN RUSSELL TE | Fr. | Lynnville, IA

11 PATRICK STEFFEN S | Fr. | Ankeny, IA

39 NICK WILKERSON RB | So. | Urbandale, IA

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GLOGOWSKI’S CREDENTIALS Alma Mater.......................University of South Dakota, 1997 Record at Simpson (seasons).................................... 23-27 (5) Career Record.......................................................................Same IIAC Record........................................................................... 18-21 Coaching Experience

Simpson (Head Coach).......................................... 2008-present USD (Defensive Coordinator)...................................... 2006-07 USD (Assistant Coach).................................................... 2004-05 Allegheny (Defensive Coordinator)............................ 2001-03 Clarion (Linebackers, Special Teams)........................... 2000-01 Allegheny (Linebackers, Special Teams).................. 1998-2000 Augustana, S.D. (Graduate Assistant)........................... 1997-98 USD (Student Assistant).........................................................1996

Playing Experience................................................ USD, 1992-95

GLOGOWSKI’S CAREER

Head Coach

Jim Glogowski

Year Record IIAC IIAC Finish 2008 7-3 5-3 t-3rd 2009 3-7 2-6 t-7th 2010 2-8 2-6 t-7th 2011 5-5 5-3 5th 2012 6-4 4-3 t-2nd

When Jim Glogowski came to Simpson in 2008, he brought a sense of excitement and enthusiasm to the school’s football program. Leading a passionate coaching staff, Glogowski has the pieces in place to bring the Storm back to prominence. Glogowski completed his fifth season as Simpson’s head coach in 2012, leading the Storm to a 6-4 record and a second-place finish in the Iowa Conference. The 31st head coach in program history, Glogowski owns an overall record of 23-27. In 2012 he added the role of defensive coordinator in addition to his head coaching duties. Glogowski and the Storm started the 2012 season 5-1, including wins over rivals Wartburg (20-19) and Central (21-18). Simpson suffered a three-game skid in the middle of the season, but closed the year with a win over Luther to give Simpson its best record since 2008 and finish in a tie for second in the Iowa Conference standings. Five players were named first team all-conference, wide receiver/returner Brad Vogel earned First Team All-West Region honors and linebacker Mark Cronin finished the season as an Academic All-American. After starting the 2011 season 0-3, the Storm won five of their last seven games. Included in the run was a thrilling 38-37 overtime win over then-No. 19 Wartburg in Waverly. Simpson made up a 17-point fourth-quarter deficit in the win, its first over Wartburg since 1997. In his debut season of 2008, Glogowski delivered the first winning season in four years, as the Storm posted a 7-3 record in finishing third in the conference. The seven wins marked the most by a Simpson first-year head coach since Lloyd Dean led Simpson to a 7-3 record in

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1931. Simpson posted the best total offense and total defense in the Iowa Conference in the process. Glogowski came to Simpson from the University of South Dakota, where he spent four seasons with the Coyotes. From 2006 to 2007, Glogowski served as the team’s defensive coordinator, guiding Division II’s fifth-best run defense in 2006. Prior to joining the South Dakota staff, Glogowski was the defensive coordinator and recruiting coordinator at Allegheny College (Pa.) from 2001-03. From 2000 to 2001, Glogowski was special teams coordinator and outside linebacker coach at Clarion University (Pa.). Prior to that he was special teams coordinator and inside linebacker coach at Allegheny from 1998-2000, a graduate assistant at Augustana College (S.D.) in 1997-98 and a student assistant at South Dakota in 1996. A four-year starter for the Coyotes at strong safety and linebacker, Glogowski earned Don Hansen Football Gazette All-America Honors in 1995 after a season in which he had 91 tackles, 21 tackles for loss, 5.5 quarterback sacks and an interception. He was also voted the North Central Conference Most Valuable Defensive Back in 1995. He earned All-Conference honors in 1995 and was honorable mention All-Conference in 1993 and 1994. Jim and his wife Kate, along with sons Jacob and Ben and daughter, Maddie, reside in Indianola.

Glogowski and son Ben celebrate a homecoming win over Cornell in 2011.

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Assistant Coaches

JOE BESCHORNER Offensive Coordinator Assistant Head Coach

A 2000 Simpson graduate, Joe Beschorner enters his sixth season as an assistant head coach and offensive coordinator for the Storm in 2013. In his first two seasons, Beschorner helped develop one of the top rushing offenses in the conference. In the last two seasons, Simpson has boasted a vaunted passing attack which has helped quarterback Taylor Nelson set numerous passing records. Joe and his wife Beth reside in Indianola with their four children: daughters Olivia, Shea and Piper and son, Mack.

KEVIN FERGUSON Offensive Line

The 2013 season marks Kevin Freguson’s 11th at his alma mater. For the first five seasons he coached linebackers and kickers, serving as the co-defensive coordinator in 2007. He began coaching the offensive line in 2008 as the men at the point of attack paved the way for one of the league’s top-two rushing attacks in 2008 and 2009. In 2012, Ferguson’s line allowed the fewest sacks in league play. Kevin and his wife, Beth, reside in Indianola with their son, Blake, and newborn daughter, Cara.

JAMES HOFFMAN Wide Receivers

The 2013 season marks Hoffman’s seventh on the Simpson staff and first as a full-time assistant. Hoffman has coached running backs and receivers in his time at Simpson and will focus on the receivers again in 2013. Hoffman coached a pair of all-conference receivers in 2012, as Taylor Rogers earned first team honors and Brad Vogel earned second team recognition. James resides in Des Moines with his wife, Kasey (a former Simpson softball player), and daughters Kameryn and Kourtney.

JEREMY KASPER Special Teams Defensive Backs

LUKE BENTLEY Running Backs

The 2013 season marks Jeremy Kasper’s second as Simpson’s special teams coordinator and defensive backs coach. Kasper’s first season with the Storm saw his special teams units lead the Iowa Conference in kickoff return average (24.8), punt return average (11.4) and kickoff coverage (41.1 net average). Kick returner Brad Vogel earned first team allregion honors in the process. Jeremy and his wife, Abigail, reside in Ankeny with their daughter, Kora.

The 2013 season marks Bentley’s third as an assistant on the Simpson football staff, where he coaches the running backs. Prior to joining the staff, Bentley began coaching in the Des Moines Public Schools. Most recently, Bentley coached running backs for the Des Moines Blaze semi-pro football team, which went 12-0 in 2011 and won a national championship. Luke resides in Pleasant Hill with his wife, Tania, and daughters Kayla and Abby.

PAUL DAVIS Defensive Line

The 2013 season marks Paul Davis’ 11th as the defensive line coach at Simpson. During his tenure, Davis has coached four All-Americans and in 2012 his defensive line recorded 28.5 of the team’s 31 sacks. An Iowa State graduate, Paul and his wife Susan have two sons, Tim and Kevin. Tim resides in Los Angeles while Kevin and his wife, Corinne live in Coralville, Iowa with their newborn daughter, Nora. Paul and Susan reside in Carlisle, Iowa.

BRAD GREEN Kickers/Punters

A former punter and kicker at Purdue University, Brad Green enters his second season coaching the kickers and punters for the Storm in 2013. Green is an experienced high school coach, spending time at Des Moines Christian, Woodward-Granger, Eastbrook in Marion, Ind. and Tipton in Tipton, Ind. Green currently works at Iowa Methodist Hospital and is a member of the Iowa Air National Guard. He and his wife, Jaci, reside in Indianola with their children Madi, Max, Josiah and Hattie.

TIM LONE Linebackers

The 2013 season marks Tim Lone’s second as an assistant coach for Simpson, where he will work with the defensive line. No stranger to Storm Football, Lone was a student coach for the Red and Gold from 2007 to 2009 and was a member of the team in 2006. The last two seasons he served as an offensive and defensive line coach at Dowling Catholic High School. Lone graduated from Simpson in 2010 with majors in journalism and mass communications. He and his wife, Megan, reside in Urbandale.

The 2013 season marks Jake Rissi’s third as an assistant defensive coach for the Storm. Rissi served as a student coach in 2011 and 2012 following his own playing career. Rissi was a three-year letterwinner for current head coach, Jim Glogowski, as a fullback, earning honorable mention all-conference honors following his junior season in 2009. JAKE RISSI Defense

PETE TRAYNOR Tight Ends

A former Green Bay Packer and Iowa Hawkeye standout, Pete Traynor enters his second season at Simpson in 2013, where he works with the tight ends. A 2003 graduate of the University of Iowa, Traynor was a three-year letterwinner for the Hawkeyes and was twice named to the Big 10 AllAcademic Team. After college, he spent seven years in the Arena circuit. In 2006, he signed with Green Bay and appeared in four games. Traynor coached at Iowa City High in 2004 and 2005.

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2013 SIMPSON STORM | SUPPORT STAFF

Football Athletic Trainers Back Row (from left): Mike Christoffersen (student), Nick Mergen (student), Jason Kyte (student), Jason Uhlenhake (Head Athletic Trainer), Mike Hadden (Program Director of Athletic Training) Front Row (from left): Jess Hawkins (student), Brooke Egeland (student), Allison Barloon (student), Kristen Watson (student), Alexa Rohach (student)

Strength and Conditioning Staff From Left: Justin Snyder (Head Strength and Conditioning Coach), Sean Maudlin (Asst. Strength and Conditioning Coach), Matt Hansen (Asst. Strength and Conditioning Coach)

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SIMPSON COLLEGE | COWLES/CARSE RENOVATION

FEATURES • 5,500-square-foot weight room • 4,500-square-foot aerobic/ cardiovascular space • Expanded wrestling room • 1,500-square-foot cheer, dance and multipurpose room • Renovated Hall of Fame Conference Room and display • Exercise Science/Athletic Training Lab • Additional Classroom Space • Academic Suite to foster faculty collaboration • Swim Ex rehabilitation and therapy pool • Aesthetically pleasing, modern design

WHY

Cowles/Carse Renovation Another exciting construction project is underway at Simpson College.

The Cowles/Carse Fitness Center Renovation began in early March and will create a first-class, comprehensive fitness complex. The $6 million project will allow Simpson to offer exceptional resources for students, faculty and staff in one central location. “One of the best parts of this project is that it will support our total education philosophy,” said John Sirianni, former athletic director who is currently involved in fundraising for the project. “It will greatly increase the opportunities for recreation, fitness, athletics and wellness for our campus community but it will also have a very positive impact on two of our most popular majors, Exercise Science and Athletic Training.” Indeed the renovation and expansion of classrooms is a primary focus including additional classrooms and an exercise science and athletic training lab and a SwimEx rehabilitation and therapy pool that will create handson experiences for Simpson students.

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In the 20,000-square-foot renovation, there will be a 4,500-square-foot aerobic and strength training room, a 1,500-square-foot dance studio and a 5,500-square foot-strength and conditioning facility. Expanded wrestling space will also be housed in the lower level of the building. Much of this renovation is possible in the current space because Simpson removed its swimming pool and repurposed that space for the fitness center. The college now partners with newly constructed Indianola YMCA to use its state-of-the-art swimming facility for the competitive program. The renovated fitness center will be connected to the brand new Kent Campus Center, giving students nearly 170,000 square feet of activity space right in the center of campus. Sirianni commented, “Having these high quality facilities in the heart of campus is a great benefit for our students. It will be a great enhancement for the Simpson Experience and just one more way we are helping our students achieve success.”

Promote Academic Excellence The facility will allow students to access a variety of necessary resources that support their academic journey, the facility will include additional classrooms, an exercise science and athletic training lab and an academic suite to provide better opportunities for collaboration. Enhance Recreation and Intramurals The project will enhance student interaction through recreation and intramurals through a 1,500-square-foot dance, cheer and multipurpose room and a 4,500-square-foot space designated for aerobic and strength machine equipment available to the Simpson community. Boost Recruitment and Retention An upgraded facility will help our studentathletes reach their full strength, speed, agility, quickness and competitive potential. It will also allow allow for the most efficient use of time and space in the education and evaluation of athletics. Furthermore, the Hall of Fame conference room will be a welcoming gathering area used for recruiting, reunions and meetings, all while overlooking the strength and fitness facilities as well as Buxton Stadium.

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AFFILIATION: United Methodist Church LOCATION: Residential campus located in Indianola, with campuses also in Ankeny and West Des Moines STUDENTS: Approximately 1,485 full-time undergraduate FACULTY: One professor for every 14 students FINANCIAL AID: 99 percent of full-time students receive financial assistance NATIONAL RECOGNITION: Because of our solid reputation, we are consistently ranked as a top college in the Midwest by U.S. News & World Report; ranked among the nation’s top 25 service minded colleges by Newsweek; recognized as one of the top 100 colleges in the nation for the percentage of students who study abroad by U.S. News & World Report CAMPUS: 85 acres in Indianola, Iowa; 34 major buildings including Blank Performing Arts Center ($6.2 million expansion and renovation in 2011) and the new Kent Campus Center ACADEMIC PROGRAMS: 82 undergraduate majors and minors CURRICULUM: “The Liberal Arts at Simpson College” integrates communication, thinking and reasoning skills into core courses and focuses on seven areas of engagement that are critical for tomorrow’s leaders GUARANTEED INTERNSHIPS: At Simpson, we believe internships give you a head start on the competition to a potential employer—that’s why we will guarantee an internship to every qualified student INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS: NCAA Division III men’s programs in baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, soccer, swimming & diving, tennis, track & field and wrestling; women’s programs in basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, swimming & diving, tennis, track & field and volleyball EXTRACURRICULAR PROGRAMS: More than 75 student clubs and organizations, covering such interest areas as academics, the arts, media, government, athletics, religion, service and cultural diversity

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FACILITIES We provide our student-athletes with excellent facilities to showcase their talents. The renovation of the Cowles/Carse Fitness Center – scheduled to be completed in 2014 – promises to enhance the student-athlete’s experience even more. The $6 million project will create a first-class, comprehensive fitness complex at the heart of campus including a dual-level weight room and cardiovascular space, an expanded wrestling room, additional classroom space and a Swim Ex rehabilitation and therapy pool.

Teams competing at Buxton Stadium do so on a state-of-the-art FieldTurf Revolution playing surface and an eight-lane, Beynon synthetic track installed in the summer of 2011. Tennis teams hold court at the recently updated Dick and Nancy Buxton Tennis Complex, the baseball team competes at scenic McBride Field and the softball squad has hosted numerous NCAA Regional Tournaments at Simpson Softball Complex. A multipurpose athletic and physical education facility, Cowles Fieldhouse is the primary indoor venue and sports a new, hardwood playing surface installed in 2012. The golf teams practice and compete at beautiful Indianola Country Club, the cross country teams call Pickard Park on Highway 92 East home and the swimming and diving teams begin their first season at the Indianola YMCA in 2013.

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REAL INJURIES. REAL ATHLETES. REAL RESULTS. Off the Sidelines. Back in the Game. General Orthopaedics Ian Lin, M.D. Thomas Dulaney, M.D. Barron Bremner, D.O. Wesley Smidt, M.D. Spine Surgery Lynn Nelson, M.D. David Hatfield, M.D. Foot and Ankle Surgery Jon Gehrke, M.D. Julie Grundberg, D.P.M. R.D. Lee Evans, D.P.M.

Hand, Elbow, and Microvascular Surgery Jeffrey Rodgers, M.D. Patricia Kallemeier, M.D. Melissa Young, M.D. John Gaffey, M.D.

Sports Medicine, Knee and Shoulder Surgery Stephen Taylor, M.D. Jeffrey Davick, M.D. Kary Schulte, M.D. Nicholas Honkamp, M.D. Matthew DeWall, M.D. *except shoulder Jason Sullivan, M.D.

Hip and Knee Surgery Patrick Sullivan, M.D. *also shoulder Pain Management Center Devon Goetz, M.D. Kenneth Pollack, M.D. David Vittetoe, M.D. Christopher Nelson, D.O. Administrator Matthew Weresh, M.D. Kevin DeRonde

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EXCEPTIONAL ACADEMICS As a student-athlete at Simpson, you’ll have the opportunity to succeed both on the field and in the classroom. Simpson’s visionary “Engaged Citizenship Curriculum” offers 82 majors, minors and programs and builds the skills employers are looking for in future employees. STUDENT-ATHLETE SUPPORT Strength & Conditioning Simpson’s strength and conditioning program will be an important element in your athletic experience at the college. Simpson’s certified strength and conditioning staff will work with you to build a fitness plan that can reduce the risk of injury and improve your athletic performance. Athletic Training The athletic training staff at Simpson realizes that in order to have a successful season, the top priority for parents and coaches is the athlete’s health. The four certified athletic trainers on staff and their 30 students provide quality healthcare to over 500 athletes. BUILDING LEADERSHIP SKILLS NCAA CHAMPS/Life Skills Simpson is one of only two Division III schools in Iowa to participate in the NCAA CHAMPS/Life Skills program. Some of the highlights of Simpson’s program include: • Academic assistance through study tables for firstyear students and tutors for individual subjects • Community service opportunities with the Special Olympics and other agencies that provide programming for students with special needs • Mentoring program that provides support for first-year students by pairing them with an upper-class student SAAC The Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC) is one way for you to get involved in athletics beyond your sports team. As a SAAC member, you’ll be a part of a leadership group that provides a voice for student-athletes at the college and within the NCAA.

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Coach Charles Cheney N/A Perry W. Jenkins J.M. Jackson N/A Hal McNeil Hal McNeil Paul Coldren John G. Griffith Graham Reid Graham Reid Graham Reid Graham Reid No Football No Football R.N. Post Carroll N. Kirk Carroll N. Kirk Harold J. Iddings Harold J. Iddings Harold J. Iddings Arthur Aston Archie “Bunt” Kirk Chester C. Dillon Chester C. Dillon Nile “Soup” Graves Nile “Soup” Graves Nile “Soup” Graves Cecil Cushman Cecil Cushman Noel Workman Noel Workman Noel Workman Harry Workman Harry Workman Harry Workman Harry Workman Harry Workman Lloyd Dean Lloyd Dean Lloyd Dean Lloyd Dean Frank Casey Frank Casey Frank Casey Frank Casey Frank Casey Bob Waldorf Bob Waldorf Frank Casey Frank Casey Frank Casey Frank Casey Frank Casey Frank Casey R.G. “Hap” Miller R.G. “Hap” Miller R.G. “Hap” Miller R.G. “Hap” Miller R.G. “Hap” Miller R.G. “Hap” Miller

Record 5-0-0 3-3-1 1-1-1 2-3-0 1-2-0 3-3-0 5-2-0 6-2-1 7-1-1 5-3-0 1-4-0 1-5-0 3-5-0 --5-1-0 5-2-0 4-3-0 0-5-0 1-2-0 4-2-0 2-4-1 2-6-0 2-3-0 0-5-1 4-3-0 3-3-1 0-6-0 2-5-0 4-3-1 *8-1-0 *8-0-1 *6-2-1 4-3-1 5-3-0 4-4-1 6-3-0 3-5-1 *7-3-0 5-4-1 *7-2-1 *3-5-2 1-8-0 3-6-0 0-9-0 1-8-0 1-8-0 1-7-1 3-5-1 4-3-0 1-3-0 3-1-2 2-5-0 3-5-1 3-4-2 2-7-0 *8-1-0 3-6-0 2-7-0 3-5-0 0-8-0

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Coach Years Seasons W-L-T Pct. Jim Williams 1987-2001 15 106-48-1 0.687 R.G. “Hap” Miller 1948-57 10 34-47-3 0.423 Jay Niemann 2002-07 6 32-29-0 0.525 John Sullivan 1966-70 5 30-11-3 0.716 Jim Glogowski 2008- 5 23-27-0 0.460 Noel Workman 1923-25 3 22-3-2 0.852 Lloyd Dean 1931-34 4 22-14-4 0.600 Harry Workman 1926-30 5 22-18-3 0.547 Frank Casey 1935-39; 42-47 11 22-60-5 0.282 Alex Glann 1980-84 5 17-28-0 0.378 Maury Waugh 1975-79 5 15-29-0 0.341 Ken Heizer 1962-65 4 14-22-0 0.389 Graham Reid 1902-05 4 10-17-0 0.370 Carroll N. Kirk 1909-10 2 9-5-0 0.643 Al Paone 1971-73 3 9-16-2 0.370 Hal McNeil 1898-99 2 8-5-0 0.615 John G. Griffith 1901 1 7-1-1 0.833 Nile “Soup” Graves 1918-20 3 7-12-1 0.375 Paul Coldren 1900 1 6-2-1 0.722 Cecil Cushman 1921-22 2 6-8-1 0.433 Charles Cheney 1893 1 5-0-0 1.000 R.N. Post 1908 1 5-1-0 0.833 Harold J. Iddings 1911-13 3 5-9-0 0.357 Bob Waldorf 1940-41 2 4-12-2 0.278 Lloyd Krumlauf 1985-86 2 4-14-0 0.222 E.G. Booth 1958-61 4 3-30-1 0.103 J.M. Jackson 1896 1 2-3-0 0.400 Arthur Aston 1914 1 2-4-1 0.357 Archie “Bunt” Kirk 1915 1 2-6-0 0.250 Chester C. Dillon 1916-17 2 2-8-1 0.227 Larry Johnson 1974 1 2-6-1 0.278 Perry W. Jenkins 1895 1 1-1-1 0.500

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HISTORY | RECORD BOOK

Record book RUSHING YARDS GAME 389 Ricky Gales, vs. St. John’s, 1989 361 Guy Leman, vs. Luther, 1998 276 Ricky Gales, vs. Upper Iowa, 1989 SEASON 2,035 Ricky Gales, 1989 1,788^ Guy Leman, 1998 1,448 Adam Reutzel, 2008 CAREER 3,858 Adam Reutzel, 2005-08 3,326 Ricky Gales, 1988-89 3,291 Guy Leman, 1995-98 RUSHING ATTEMPTS GAME 54^ Trent Nauholz, vs. Loras, 1992 51 Ricky Gales, vs. St. John’s, 1989 50 Trent Nauholz, vs. Buena Vista, 1993 SEASON 333 Guy Leman, 1998 297 Ricky Gales, 1989 256 Adam Reutzel, 2008 CAREER 842 Adam Reutzel, 2005-08 638 Trent Nauholz, 1989-93 638 Rex Van Buskirk, 1984-87 RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS GAME 7^ Guy Leman, vs. Luther, 1998 6 Guy Leman, vs. Dubuque, 1998 5 Cory Christensen, vs. Upper IA, 1997 5 Trent Nauholz, vs.William Penn, 1992 5 Trent Nauholz, vs.Wartburg, 1992 SEASON 31 Guy Leman, 1998 (33 total TDs ^) 26 Ricky Gales, 1989 25 Cory Christensen, 199 CAREER 49 Trent Nauholz, 1989-93 45 Guy Leman, 1995-98 (49 incl. playoffs) 44 Ricky Gales, 1988-89

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PASSING ATTEMPTS GAME 61 Taylor Nelson, at Dubuque, 2012 59 Taylor Nelson, at Wartburg, 2011 58 Jacob Johnson, vs.Wartburg, 2004 SEASON 413 Mike Donnenwerth, 2003 408 Taylor Nelson, 2012 381 Taylor Nelson, 2011 CAREER 1,031 Taylor Nelson, 2010-present 908 Mike Donnenwerth, 2000-03 741 Brad Jorgensen, 1994-97 PASSING TOUCHDOWNS GAME 6 Mike Donnenwerth, vs. Upper IA, 2003 5 Taylor Nelson, vs.Wartburg, 2011 5 Mike Donnenwerth, vs. Buena Vista, 2003 5 Mike Donnenwerth, vs. Upper IA, 2002 SEASON 32 Mike Donnenwerth, 2003 25 Taylor Nelson, 2012 22 Mike Donnenwerth, 2002 CAREER 66 Mike Donnenwerth, 2000-03 53 Taylor Nelson, 2010-present 41 Joe Blake Jr., 1987-90 (43 inc. playoffs) PASSING EFFICIENCY GAME (min. 10 attempts) 350.2 Mike Donnenwerth, vs. Dubuque, 2003 305.9 Brad Zelenovich, vs.William Penn, 2000 254.6 Tyson Unkrich, vs. Northwestern (Minn.), 2009 SEASON (min. 100 attempts) 203.4 Joe Blake, Jr. (93-144-3), 1989 (led DIII) 161.0 Mike Donnenwerth (158-258-5), 2002 153.1 Joe Blake, Jr. (114-192-5), 1990 CAREER 154.8 Joe Blake, Jr. 1987-90 144.1 Mike Donnenwerth, 2000-03 139.6 Brad Jorgensen, 1994-97 RECEIVING YARDS GAME 276 Jim Henderson, vs.Wartburg, 1966 248 Mike Tiedeman, vs. Upper IA, 2003 222 Dusty Kain, vs. Loras, 2003

SEASON PASSING YARDS 1,466 Dusty Kain, 2003 GAME 1,116 Brad Vogel, 2012 520 Charlie McCoy, vs. Des Moines U, 1926 1,079 Jesse Von Behren, 2002 516 Mike Donnenwerth, vs. Upper IA, 2003 441 Taylor Nelson, vs. Gust.Adolphus, 2012 CAREER SEASON 3,461 Mike Donnenwerth, 2003 3,030 Taylor Nelson, 2012 2,617 Taylor Nelson, 2011 CAREER 7,370 Mike Donnenwerth, 2000-03 6,948 Taylor Nelson, 2010-present 6,068 Brad Jorgensen, 1994-97 PASSING COMPLETIONS GAME 40^ Taylor Nelson, vs. Dubuque, 2012 39 Taylor Nelson, vs. Buena Vista, 2012 38 Taylor Nelson, vs.Wartburg, 2011 SEASON 252 Taylor Nelson, 2012 246 Taylor Nelson, 2011 245 Mike Donnenwerth, 2003 CAREER 627 Taylor Nelson, 2009-present 530 Mike Donnenwerth, 2000-03

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Dusty Kain, 2002-05 Jim Henderson, 1965-68 Taylor Rogers, 2009-12

RECEPTIONS GAME 20 Brad Vogel, vs. Buena Vista, 2012 17 Jim Henderson, vs.Wartburg, 1966 15 Dusty Kain, three times in 2003 SEASON 93 Dusty Kain, 2003 81 Brad Vogel, 2012 76 Dusty Kain, 2004 CAREER 233 Dusty Kain, 2002-05 196 Jim Henderson, 1965-68 184 Taylor Rogers, 2009-12 RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS GAME 4 Mike Tiedeman, vs Upper IA, 2003 3 10 times, recent: Brad Vogel, 2012

SEASON 14 Dusty Kain, 2003 13 Jesse Von Behren, 2002 11 Taylor Rogers, 2009 CAREER 31 Taylor Rogers, 2009-12 27 Dusty Kain, 2002-05 25 Jim Henderson, 1965-68 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS GAME 517 Mike Donnenwerth, vs. Upper IA, 2003 432 Taylor Nelson, vs.Wartburg, 2012 429 Taylor Nelson, vs. Cornell, 2011 SEASON 3,491 Mike Donnenwerth, 2003 3,244 Taylor Nelson, 2012 2,831 Taylor Nelson, 2011 CAREER 7,577 Taylor Nelson, 2010-present 7,307 Mike Donnenwerth, 2000-03 6,166 Brad Jorgensen, 1994-97 TOUCHDOWNS RESPONSIBLE FOR GAME 4 Mike Tiedeman, vs. Upper IA, 2003 4 Eric Hentges, vs.Washington (Mo.), 2003 3 17 times, recent:Vogel, Nelson in 2012 SEASON 33 Guy Leman, 1998 32 Mike Donnenwerth, 2003 31 Taylor Nelson, 2012 CAREER 74 Mike Donnenwerth, 2000-03 66 Taylor Nelson, 2010-present 52 Trent Nauholz, 1990-93 ALL PURPOSE YARDS GAME 434 Ricky Gales, vs. St. John’s, 1989 283 Brad Vogel, vs. Dubuque, 2012 278 Brad Vogel, vs. UW-River Falls, 2012 SEASON 2,406 Guy Leman, 1998 2,203 Brad Vogel, 2012 2,123 Ricky Gales, 1989 CAREER 4,523 Adam Reutzel, 2005-08 4,478 Brad Vogel, 2010-present 4,301 Guy Leman, 1995-98 POINTS SCORED GAME 42^ Guy Leman, vs. Luther, 1998 30 Cory Christensen, vs. Upper IA, 1997 30 Guy Leman, vs. Dubuque, 1998 30 Trent Nauholz, vs.William Penn, 1992 30 Trent Nauholz, vs.Wartburg, 1992 SEASON 198^ Guy Leman (33TD), 1998 156 Ricky Gales (26 TD), 1989 (led DIII) 150 Cory Christensen (25 TD), 1997

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PAT KICKS MADE GAME 10 Jeff Hayes, vs. Luther, 1998 10 Jeff Hayes, vs. Dubuque, 1998 10 Ned Greer, vs. Upper IA, 1989 SEASON 60 Jeff Hayes, 1997 54^ Jeff Hayes, 1998 49 Jeff Hayes, 1996 49 Ned Greer, 1989 CAREER 163 Jeff Hayes, 1996-98 120 Ned Greer,1989-91 116 Brett Majors, 1999-02 PAT KICKS ATTEMPTED GAME 11 Jeff Hayes, vs. Luther, 11/14/98 11 Jeff Hayes, vs.William Penn, 9/28/96 10 Brett Majors, vs. Loras, 2000 10 Ned Greer, vs. Upper Iowa, 1989 SEASON 69 Jeff Hayes, 1997 58 Jeff Hayes, 1998 51 Sean Smith, 2003 CAREER 173 Jeff Hayes, 1996-98 130 Ned Greer, 1989-91 128 Brett Majors, 1999-02 PAT KICK PERCENTAGE SEASON 100.0 Kevin Morgan (13-13), 2009 100.0 Ned Greer (43-43), 1990 100.0 Steve Glass (13-13), 1981 CAREER 94.7 Bill Nelson (54-57), 2004-07 94.2 Jeff Hayes (163-173), 1996-98 92.3 Ned Greer (120-130), 1989-91

FIELD GOALS MADE GAME 3 Bill Nelson, at Concordia (WI), 2006 2 22 times, recent: Logan Klein, 2012 SEASON 9 Bill Nelson, 2007 8 Bill Nelson, 2006 8 Brett Majors, 2000 8 Brett Majors, 1999 8 Rick Kavan, 1995 CAREER 26 Brett Majors, 1999-02 22 Bill Nelson, 2004-07 16 James Gale, 2008-11 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED GAME 4 Bill Nelson, at Luther, 2007 3 11 times, recent: James Gale, 2011

SEASON 18 Bill Nelson, 2007 14 Sean Smith, 2004 13 Bill Nelson, 2006 13 Brett Majors, 2001 13 Brett Majors, 1999 POINTS BY A KICKER SEASON CAREER 69 Jeff Hayes (60 PAT, 3FG), 1997 46 Brett Majors, 1999-02 67 Jeff Hayes (49 PAT, 6 FG), 1996 36 Bill Nelson, 2004-07 63 Rick Kavan (39 PAT, 8 FG), 1995 27 Sean Smith, 2003-05 CAREER 348 Moco Mercer, 1922-25 296 Trent Nauholz (49 TD, 1 PAT), 1989-93 294 Guy Leman (49 TD), 1995-98

CAREER 196 Jeff Hayes, 1996-98 194 Brett Majors, 1999-02

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HISTORY | RECORD BOOK

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE SEASON 100.0 Bill Nelson (5-5), 2005 87.5 James Gale (7-8), 2008 83.3 Ned Greer (5-6), 1990 CAREER 66.7 James Gale (16-24), 2008-11 65.0 Ned Greer (13-20), 1989-91 63.2 Rick Kavan (12-19), 1994-95 PUNT YARDS GAME 420 Mike Donnenwerth, at Wash. (Mo.), 2002 410 Cameron Oviatt, vs. St. Olaf, 2010 396 Bill Nelson, vs.Wartburg, 2007 SEASON 2,629 Bill Nelson, 2007 2,327 Mike Donnenwerth, 2002 2,262 Cameron Oviatt, 2010 CAREER 7,903 Mike Donnenwerth, 2000-03 6,859 Bill Nelson, 2004-07 5,621 Cameron Oviatt, 2008-11 PUNT ATTEMPTS GAME 11 Mike Donnenwerth, vs.Wartburg, 2001 10 Five times, recent: C. Oviatt, 2011 SEASON 68 Dan McCulley, 1993 66 Bill Nelson, 2007 61 Cameron Oviatt, 2010 CAREER 208 Mike Donnenwerth, 2000-03 177 Bill Nelson, 2004-07 159 Cameron Oviatt, 2008-11 YARDS PER PUNT GAME (min. 3 punts) 48.7 Mike Donnenwerth, vs. Upper IA, 2003 47.0 Adam Reutzel, vs. Luther, 2010 46.5 Mike Donnenwerth, vs. Coe, 2003 SEASON 41.31 Mike Donnenwerth, 2003 39.83 Bill Nelson (66-2629), 2007 39.44 Mike Donnenwerth (59-2327), 2002 CAREER 38.75 Bill Nelson, 2004-07 38.00 Mike Donnenwerth, 2000-03 36.84 Geoff Skinner, 2003-04 PUNT RETURN YARDS GAME 96 Trent Kain, vs. Dubuque, 2007 95 Collin Freeburg, vs.William Penn, 2000 79 Mike Tiedeman, vs. Cornell, 2003 SEASON 451 Brandon Endres, 1996 346 Jeff Hartung, 1991 344 Travis Young, 1989 CAREER 716 Travis Young, 1987-90 566 Brandon Endres, 1994-96 471 Collin Freeburg, 1998-01 PUNT RETURNS GAME 7 Trent Kain, vs. Dubuque, 2007 5 Four times, recent: Brad Vogel, 2010 SEASON 29 Brandon Endres, 1996 29 Jeff Hartung, 1991 28 Jay Hart, 1994 CAREER 54 Travis Young, 1987-90

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Jay Hart, 1994-95 Trent Kain, 2004-07 Collin Freeburg, 1998-01

PUNT RETURN TOUCHDOWNS SEASON 2 Brandon Endres, 1996; Jeff Hartung, 1991 CAREER 3 Brandon Endres, 1994-96 KICK RETURN YARDS GAME 177 Brad Vogel, at Coe, 2011 158 Brad Vogel, vs. St. Olaf, 2010 157 John Wolfe, vs. Coe, 2009 SEASON 818 Brad Vogel, 2012 736 John Wolfe, 2009 720 Brad Vogel, 2010 CAREER 2,155 Brad Vogel, 2010-present 817 Kyle Peterson, 2003-06 765 Jason Davis, 1993-95 KICK RETURNS GAME 6 multiple times SEASON 34 Brad Vogel, 2010 32 Brad Vogel, 2012 30 John Wolfe, 2009 CAREER 93 Brad Vogel, 2010-present 39 Kyle Peterson, 2000-02 37 Kyle Peterson, 2003-06 TOTAL TACKLES GAME 26^ Chris Kern, vs. Luther, 2004 25 Marc Ridout, vs. Central, 1992 24 Jeff Smith, vs. Luther, 1991 SEASON 145 Ray Cefalo, 1981 130 Jarod Young, 1995 123 Jarod Young, 1996 CAREER 349 Jarrod Young, 1993-96 268 Braden Everding , 2009-11 256 Tim Stover, 2005-08 TACKLES FOR LOSS GAME 8.0 Tyler Freeburg, at Coe, 2000 6.5 Ryan Hancock, vs. Loras, 1999 6.0 Three times, recent: Jason Ripke, 2005 SEASON 30.5 Jason Ripke, 2004 (led DIII) 22.5 Jason Ripke, 2005 22.0 Ryan Hancock, 1999 CAREER 70.5 Jason Ripke, 2002-05 37.5 Luke Stover, 2005-08 36.5 BJ Bengard, 2004-06 SACKS GAME 4.0 Four times, recent: Chris Kern, 2005 SEASON 19.0 Carlton Taver, 1981 15.5 Jason Ripke, 2004 13.0 Carlton Tarver, 1982 CAREER 44.0 Carlton Tarver, 1979-82 36.0 Jason Ripke, 2002-05 19.5 BJ Bengard, 2004-06

INTERCEPTIONS GAME 3 Kyle Westphal, vs. Upper IA, 2003 3 Chad Severin, vs. Loras, 2000 2 24 times, recent: Jeff Wilkins, 2007 SEASON 11 Greg Holland, 1979 (led DIII) 10 Kyle Westphal, 2003 10 Larry Allen, 1985 10 Phil Wooderson, 1969 CAREER 22 Greg Holland, 1979-82 19 Kyle Westphal, 2001-04 17 Larry Allen, 1983-85 PASSES BREAKUPS GAME 6 Kyle Westphal, vs.Washington (Mo.), 2002 6 Kenny Fry, vs. Buena Vista, 1997 6 Todd DeWoody, vs. Buena Vista, 1997 SEASON 22 Kyle Westphal, 2003 16 Kyle Westphal, 2004 13 Kyle Westphal, 2003 CAREER 53 Kyle Westphal, 2001-04 30 Nick McFall, 2003-06 18 Mark Cronin, 2009-12 FORCED FUMBLES SEASON 6 Kyle Westphal, 2003 6 Jason Anthony, 1994 5 Chip Brundage, 1998 CAREER 7 BJ Bengard, 2004-06 7 Kyle Westphal, 2001-04 6 Jason Ripke, 2002-05

SEASON 731 1991 FEWEST PASSING YARDS ALLOWED GAME 33 vs. Luther, 1967 SEASON 1,104 1991 FEWEST TOTAL YARDS ALLOWED GAME 10^ vs. Dubuque, 1991 (IIAC Record) SEASON 1,835 1991 FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED GAME 0 136 times, last vs. Eureka in 2012 SEASON 87 1991

LONGEST PLAYS

RUN FROM SCRIMMAGE 90 Ken Roundtree,TD, vs. St.Amrobrose, 1980 PASS COMPLETION 94 Blake, Jr. to Cooley,TD, vs. Luther, 1990 FIELD GOAL 52 Bill Nelson, vs. Cornell, 2007 PUNT 93^

Roger Thompson, vs. Upper Iowa, 1968

PUNT RETURN 88 Les Carter,TD, vs. Upper Iowa, 1966 KICK RETURN 95 Rex Gray,TD, vs. Luther, 1999 INTERCEPTION RETURN 99 Joe Beschorner,TD, vs.Augsburg, 1997

TEAM RECORDS RUSHING YARDS GAME 582 vs. Upper Iowa, 1989 SEASON 3,387^ 1997 PASSING YARDS GAME 586 vs. Upper Iowa, 2003 SEASON 3,540 2003 TOTAL OFFENSE GAME 788^ vs.William Penn, 1989 SEASON 5,666 1997 TEAM YARDS PER GAME SEASON 565.3^ 1997 (NCAA DIII Record) SCORING GAME 83 vs. Highland Park, 1898 SEASON 493^ 1997 FEWEST RUSHING YARDS ALLOWED GAME -74 vs. Dubuque, 2005

FUMBLE RETURN 98 Al Gavin,TD, vs. Drake, 1988 ^ IIAC Record

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First Team All-Iowa Conference Players 1922 Walter McCoy..............................RB Joseph Meek.....................................T Schultz...............................................G 1923 Joseph Meek....................................G Moco Mercer................................RB Schultz...............................................G 1924 Holliday..............................................T Walter McCoy..............................RB Moco Mercer................................RB 1925 Holliday..............................................T Walter Officer................................. E 1926 Holliday..............................................T Chick McCoy...............................QB 1927 Everett Garbett............................... E Chick McCoy...............................QB Olan Ruble.......................................G 1928 Paul Hogendorn...........................RB Ora Wilcox....................................RB

Joe Blake, Sr. led Simpson to an Iowa Conference Championship and an appearance in the Mineral Water Bowl in 1969. 1929 Thomas Anderson.......................... E Herman Clark.................................. E Robert Dain.....................................G Nicholas Fisher.............................RB 1930 Kink Richards.................................FB 1931 William Chumbly............................T Paul Eggers....................................... C Kink Richards.................................FB 1932 Liddicoat............................................ E 1933 Gerald Binkerd................................T John Carlson...................................FB Irwin Thompson..........................QB 1934 Raymond Anderson......................G Adolph Carson.............................RB 1936 Thomas Sharples............................. E 1942 Byer Farnham...................................B Robert Piffer....................................G 1947 Ken Tannatt....................................... E 1949 Bob Miller..........................................T John Mills.......................................QB Jim Wright.......................................FB 1950 Everett Hidlebaugh........................G 1951 Al Benson..........................................T Jim Mathews.....................................B 1952 Bob Moore.......................................T Ed Weeks...........................................B 1953 Jerry Howlett.................................. C 1954 Bob Klisares..................................... C 1955 Bob Klisares..................................... C 1956 Chuck Burnett..............................RB

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1957 1959 1962 1963 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1978 1979 1980 1981 1983 1984 1985 1987 1988 1989 1990

Martin Bell........................................G Al Haughey....................................... E Bill Hulen...........................................T Lou Bobinet.....................................G George Yaninger.............................G Glenn Kuehl...................................DE Al Paone George Yaniger Jim Henderson............................. OL Joe Blake, Sr...................................QB Don Federwitz............................ OL Jim Henderson............................. OL Jerry Lafferty................................. OL Gordon Weber.............................DL Jack Blake....................................... DB Don Federwitz............................ OL Jim Henderson............................. OL Jerry Lafferty................................. OL Joe Blake, Sr...................................QB Jake Brady.......................................... E Perry Hunter................................OT Jim Kelly..........................................DL Roger Overman.......................... OL Phil Wooderson........................... DB Joe Blake, Sr...................................QB Rich Clogg......................................DL Perry Hunter................................ OL Jim Swanson..................................... E Tom Simmons.............................. HB Dave Summy...................................LB Gary Baker.................................... DB Hugh Lickiss....................................LB Joe Coppola, Sr............................. DB Walt Kennedy...............................DL Ed Robinson...................................LB Jerry Mitchell................................ DB John Endres................................... OL Reggie Smalls................................ OL John Endres................................... OL Greg Holland................................ DB Jerry Floyd......................................DE Mike Templeman.........................WR Dave VanSickle............................. DB Larry Allen..................................... DB Bryan Jones.....................................LB Ray Cefalo.......................................LB Larry Allen..................................... DB Larry Allen..................................... DB John Amelse..................................... C Rex VanBuskirk.............................RB Pete Galanis.................................. OL Ricky Gales....................................RB Ian Grover..................................... OL Steve Hauser................................ DB Eric Luckstead................................LB Ryan Cooley.................................. TE Ricky Gales....................................RB Ian Grover..................................... OL Eric Luckstead................................LB Joe Blake, Jr....................................QB Ryan Cooley.................................. TE Matt Gavin......................................DE Mike Oberbroekling.................. OL

SIMPSON THREE-TIME FIRST TEAM ALL-IIAC SELECTIONS Holliday 1924, 1925, 1926.......................................... Offensive Tackle Jim Henderson 1966, 1967, 1968............................................. Offensive Line Joe Blake, Sr. 1967, 1969, 1970................................................ Quarterback Larry Allen 1983, 1984, 1985............................................Defensive Back Dusty Kain 2003, 2004, 2005............................................ Wide Receiver Jason Ripke 2003, 2004, 2005..............................................Defensive End 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996

Travis Young..................................WR Mike Becker.................................. OL Ned Greer........................................K Jeff Hartung................................... DB Marty James.................................. DB Matt Laughlin..................................LB Pat Norem.................................... OL Rob Sinclair....................................RB Jeff Smith..........................................LB Jason Anthony...............................DL Dan Caryl...................................... OL Chad Earwood............................ DB Marty James.................................. DB Jay Liston.........................................DE Trent Nauholz...............................RB Marc Ridout....................................LB Jack Bishop.................................... OL Chad Earwood............................ DB Duke Perfect....................................K Jason Anthony...............................DL Jack Bishop.................................... OL Brandon Endres..........................WR Scott Shaw.....................................DL Jason Wrzeski............................... OL Brandon Endres..........................WR Jeff Hayes...........................................K Garth House.................................DL Brad Jorgensen............................QB Ben Krambeck.............................. TE Jeremy Whalen..............................DL Chris Winey.................................. OL Jarod Young.....................................LB

1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Clint Head..................................... OL Guy Leman....................................RB Eric Short....................................... TE Jason Benson.................................DL Troy Clemen.................................RB Ryan Campbell............................. OL Jesse Von Behren........................WR Brandon Williams........................ OL Mike Donnenwerth...............QB/P Jason Schnell.................................. TE Jesse Von Behren........................WR Doug Dodds................................. OL Mike Donnenwerth...............QB/P Dusty Kain...................................WR Jason Ripke.....................................DL Kyle Westphal............................... DB Dusty Kain...................................WR Ross Parker................................... OL Jason Ripke.....................................DL Kyle Westphal............................... DB Dusty Kain...................................WR Chris Kern......................................LB Jason Ripke.....................................DL BJ Bengard......................................DL Dustin Schelling............................DL Trent Kain.....................................WR Bill Nelson......................................... P Adam Reutzel...............................RB Bill Carroll..................................... OL Adam Reutzel...............................RB Luke Stover....................................DL Tim Stover......................................LB

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Kenny Fry...................................... DB Zach George..................................LB Clint Head..................................... OL Brad Jorgensen............................QB Jeremy Richter............................WR Eric Short....................................... TE Brian Valenta................................. OL Jeremy Whalen..............................DL Scott Wheater............................. OL Chip Brundage..............................DL Kenny Fry...................................... DB Jeff Hayes...........................................K

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Taylor Rogers..............................WR Rory Hennessy............................ OL Brad Vogel................................KR/PR Mark Cronin...................................LB Danny Kelley................................ OL Taylor Rogers..............................WR Scott Vierow..................................DE Brad Vogel.......................................KR

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HISTORY | ALL-AMERICANS AND AWARD WINNERS

All-Americans and Award Winners

RICKY GALES

CLINT HEAD

GUY LEMAN

JASON RIPKE

ALL-AMERICANS

IIAC MVPs

Beginning with Tony Spencer in 1962, Simpson players have received 35 All-America awards from numerous outlets. Only Clint Head (1997, 1998), Guy Leman (1997, 1998), Mike Donnenwerth (2002, 2003), and Jason Ripke (2004, 2005) have earned All-America honors in multiple seasons. Ripke’s 2004 season saw him earn first team recognition from three different outlets after tallying a nation-leading 31 tackles for loss. The Storm boasted five All-Americans during its NCAA Semifinal run in 1997, the most by any team in the program’s history. Year

Player

Pos.

1962

Tony Spencer

NA

1963

George Yanger

NA

1983

Bryan Jones

LB

1989

Ricky Gales

RB

1992

Marty James

DB

1992

Trent Nauholz

RB

1993

Chad Earwood

DB

1996

Brent Parrott

DB

1996

Chris Winey

OL

1996

Jarod Young

LB

1997

Jeremy Whalen

DL

1997

Clint Head

OL

1997

Cory Christensen

RB

HM

1997

Kenny Fry

DB

HM

1997

Guy Leman

RB

1998

Clint Head

OL

1998

Guy Leman

RB

2002

Mike Donnenwerth

QB

2003

Mike Donnenwerth

QB

AFCA

FG

D3SID

2003

Kyle Westphal

2003

D3COM

NA 2 2

2 1 2

3 1 HM

1

2 2

HM 1

HM HM 3

1

*3

DB

1

1

2

Dusty Kain

WR

3

2

3

2004

Jason Ripke

DE

2005

Jason Ripke

2006

BJ Bengard

2006

Dustin Schelling

DE

3

2008 Luke Stover * selected as a quarterback and punter

DT

1

Year Player Pos. 1989 *Deric “Ricky” Gales................................................. RB 1996 Brad Jorgensen........................................................... QB 1997 Brad Jorgensen........................................................... QB 1998 Guy Leman................................................................... RB 2003 Mike Donnenwerth................................................QB/P * also named Small College Player of the Year

Only three coaches in Simpson’s 117 years of football have been named the Iowa Conference Coach of the Year. John Sullivan won Simpson’s first coach of the year in 1969, a year after the league began presenting the award. Simpson’s all-time wins leader Jim Williams won four times and Jay Niemann was Simpson’s last coach of the year after leading the Storm to the postseason in 2003.

HM 1

The highest honor bestowed upon an Iowa Conference Football Player is the that of league MVP. Four Simpson players have taken home the award, including three years in a row from 1996-98. Brad Jorgensen was the IIAC’s first back-to-back winner.

IIAC COACHES OF THE YEAR

3

3

1

1

DE

3

3

DT

2 3

Key to Abbreviations AFCA (American Football Coaches Association), FG (Don Hansen Football Gazette), D3SID (Division III Sports Information Directors), D3COM (d3football.com), NA (not available)

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MIKE DONNENWERTH

Year Coach Season Record 1969 John Sullivan.................................................................8-2 1988 Jim Williams..................................................................9-2 1991 Jim Williams............................................................... 10-1 1996 Jim Williams............................................................... 10-1 1997 *Jim Williams............................................................. 12-1 2003 Jay Niemann.................................................................9-2 * also named AFCA Region Coach of the Year

PLAYER OF THE YEAR FINALISTS (GAGLIARDI TROPHY)

Year Player Pos. 1998 Guy Leman................................................................... RB 2003 Mike Donnenwerth................................................... QB 2005 Dusty Kain.................................................................. WR

ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS Year Player Team 1998 Guy Leman......................................................First Team 2012 Mark Cronin..............................................Second Team

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EXTRAS | SIMPSON ADMINISTRATION

President

Jay Simmons Simpson College began its next generation of success when Jay Simmons took office in June 2013. He is the college’s 23rd president, succeeding the eight-year tenure of John Byrd. A native of Muscle Shoals, Ala., Simmons came to Simpson from Iowa Wesleyan College in Mount Pleasant. He impressed the Simpson community with his proven leadership capability, broad academic experience, fund-raising success, ability to face challenges, work ethic and open and collaborative management style. “Dr. Simmons will bring to Simpson College exactly the right set of skills necessary to build on the momentum created by John Byrd’s eight years of leader-

ship,” said Fred Hubbell, Chair of the Simpson Board of Trustees. “Simpson is in an enviable position of strength,” he added. “The addition of its leading edge curriculum, a near record enrollment and several major capital improvement projects provide an excellent platform for Dr. Simmons to put his experience and expertise to work on behalf of the entire campus and the extended Simpson family.”

Director of Athletics

Brian Niemuth A benchmark for success in the Simpson athletic department as the women’s basketball coach, Brian Niemuth added the role of athletic director when he graduated from the interim tag in July 2013. Simpson President Jay Simmons made the announcement following Niemuth’s five-month appointment as the interim athletic director. “This is one of my first acts as Simpson’s president, and I couldn’t be more excited about it,” Simmons said. “Brian Niemuth is the right person to build on Simpson’s tradition of athletic success and studentathlete development and to move us forward. He’ll do a great job. He already has.”

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Niemuth will continue to coach the women’s basketball team, as he has for the past 26 seasons. This past season was one of the most successful in school history, as the Storm reached the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Division III Women’s Basketball Championship. It was also a momentous season for Niemuth, who became the 20th coach in NCAA Division III history to reach 500 wins. He already was the most successful women’s basketball coach in Simpson College

Simmons holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from Birmingham-Southern College, where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa. He holds Master’s and Doctorate degrees in political science from the University of Alabama. He and his wife, Jenne’, have two children, Samantha, who works for a graphic design company in Indianola, and Madison, a high school sophomore. At Iowa Wesleyan College, Simmons helped restructure enrollment, advancement and the college’s educational programs. He also led the college’s transition from a member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) to Division III of the NCAA. In addition, he recently helped the college meet a $3 million annual matching grant challenge, brought in an endowed chair for a position in the business department, reduced the discount rate and increased the ACT average for incoming students. Before accepting the Iowa Wesleyan College position, Simmons served from 1997 to 2008 as vice president for academic affairs and dean at LaGrange College in Georgia. While there, he updated faculty governance, expanded curriculum and program activities and increased international programs. Simmons has also served at Cuyahoga Community College in Cleveland, where he was Dean of Liberal Arts, and at his alma mater, Birmingham-Southern College, where he was assistant to the dean and later assistant dean.

history, winning 11 Iowa Conference Championships and leading the team to 11 trips to the NCAA tournament. A seven-time Iowa Conference Coach of the Year, Niemuth hopes to build on the recent improvements made to the athletic department. “We have great momentum right now, and I want to help us grow the progress we’ve already made,” he said. Before arriving at Simpson, Niemuth served as an assistant basketball coach at Park College in Kansas City, Mo., for two years; one with the men’s team and one with the women’s team. He was an assistant coach at Dallas Center-Grimes (Iowa) High School. He also served as an assistant baseball coach for Simpson from 1991-97. Niemuth grew up in Kansas City, and was an allconference player and team co-captain at Park for two years. He also earned All-American honors in baseball for Park. He received his bachelor’s degree in 1988 from Grand View College in Des Moines and earned his master’s degree in sports management at Iowa State University during the summer of 1997. He is a member of Simpson’s faculty and teaches physical education classes. He and his wife, Beth, have a daughter, Brooke. They live in Altoona, Iowa.

EXTRAS | HEAD COACHES AND ADMINISTRATORS

Meet the Staff HEAD COACH AND ADMINISTRATOR HEADSHOTS BRIAN NIEMUTH Director of Athletics Women’s Basketball

BOB NUTGRASS Assistant AD | Compliance Professor of Physical Education

LANA SMITH Assistant AD | Volleyball Senior Women’s Administrator

BEN BLAKE Baseball

TOM CACCIA Swimming and Diving

LINDSAY CHASE Women’s Tennis

HENRY CHRISTOWSKI Softball

DAVE CLEVELAND Track & Field

TJ COX Men’s Tennis

TRICIA DAVIS Cheer

BRYAN GEELAN Athletics Communication Director

MIKE HADDEN Program Director of Athletic Training

NATE HANSEN Wrestling

RICK ISAACSON Men’s Soccer | Marketing

MEAGAN JACOBSON Dance

JASON MARVELLI Men’s Golf

HEATH MOENCK Cross Country

RYAN SANDER Women’s Soccer | Facilities

SIMPSON COLLEGE FIGHT SONG “MARCH ON SIMPSON”

HEATHER SHEFFER Women’s Golf

JUSTIN SNYDER Strength and Conditioning

March on Simpson March on Simpson March on Down the Field Spirits Unfailing Defense Unavailing For we will never yield Rah, Rah, Rah

JASON UHLENHAKE Head Athletic Trainer

CHARLES ZANDERS Men’s Basketball

March on Simpson March on Simpson ‘Till the game is won Fight Fight Fight With all your might For the Red and Gold

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EXTRAS | SPORTS SCHEDULES

Schedules

# at Cedar Rapids, Iowa $ at Grinnell, Iowa ! at Decorah, Iowa – hosted by Luther

FALL SPORTS, BASKETBALL AND WRESTLING

NON-CONF. MEN’S BASKETBALL

MEN’S SOCCER Aug 30 Sep 7 Sep 8 Sep 11 SEP 13 Sep 16 SEP 18 SEP 25 Sep 28 Oct 1 OCT 5 Oct 7 OCT 9 OCT 12 OCT 19 Oct 21 Oct 23 Oct 26 OCT 29

at Bethel................................................... 4:00 pm at Illinois Wesleyan................................ 7:00 pm at Millikin................................................. 2:00 pm at Nebraska Wesleyan.......................... 8:00 pm FONTBONNE....................................... 6:00 PM at Westminster....................................... 6:00 pm GRINNELL.............................................. 7:30 PM AIB............................................................ 7:00 PM at Central*.............................................. 3:30 pm at Loras*.................................................. 7:30 pm BUENA VISTA*...................................... 7:00 PM at Augustana (Ill.)................................... 4:30 pm CORNELL............................................... 7:00 PM LUTHER*................................................ 7:00 PM COE*........................................................ 3:00 PM at Upper Iowa........................................ 3:00 pm at Grand View......................................... 5:00 pm at Wartburg*........................................... 3:00 pm DUBUQUE*........................................... 7:00 PM

WOMEN’S SOCCER Aug 30 Aug 31 Sep 7 Sep 8 Sep 11 SEP 13 Sep 16 SEP 18 SEP 21 SEP 25 Sep 28 Oct 1 Oct 3 OCT 5 Oct 8 OCT 12 OCT 19 Oct 22 Oct 26 OCT 29

at Bethel................................................... 2:00 pm at Waldorf................................................ 3:00 pm vs Augustana Moorhead, MN..................... 2:00 pm vs St. Scholastica Moorhead, MN.............. 2:00 pm at Nebraska Wesleyan.......................... 6:00 pm FONTBONNE....................................... 4:00 PM at Westminster....................................... 4:00 pm GRAND VIEW....................................... 5:00 PM UW-STEVENS POINT......................... 5:00 PM ST. CATHERINE..................................... 5:00 PM at Central*.............................................. 1:00 pm at Loras*.................................................. 5:00 pm at AIB........................................................ 7:00 pm BUENA VISTA*...................................... 5:00 PM at St. Ambrose........................................ 3:30 pm LUTHER*................................................ 5:00 PM COE*........................................................ 1:00 PM at Grinnell............................................... 3:00 pm at Wartburg*........................................... 1:00 pm DUBUQUE*........................................... 4:30 PM

VOLLEYBALL Aug 30 Aug 30 Sep 1 SEP 4 Sep13 Sep 13 Sep 14 Sep 14 SEP 18 Sep 23 Sep 27 Sep 27 Sep 28 Sep 28 Oct 2 OCT 7 OCT 9 Oct 16 Oct 18

vs. Hunter1............................................... 3:00 pm vs. Brockport State1.............................. 5:00 pm vs. Ramapo1........................................... 10:00 am IOWA WESLEYAN................................ 7:00 PM vs. Augsburg2........................................... 5:00 pm vs. UW-River Falls2................................ 7:00 pm vs. Bethany Lutheran2.............................9:00 am at Gustavus Adolphus2.......................... 1:00 pm BUENA VISTA*...................................... 7:30 PM at Luther*................................................ 7:30 pm vs. Wisconsin Lutheran3........................ 4:00 pm vs. Marian (Wis.) 3.................................. 8:00 pm vs. Aurora3............................................. 12:00 pm vs. Concordia (Wis.) 3........................... 4:00 pm at Wartburg*........................................... 7:30 pm WILLIAM PENN.................................... 7:30 PM CENTRAL*............................................. 7:30 PM at Loras*.................................................. 7:30 pm vs. UW-La Crosse4................................ 5:00 pm

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Oct 18 Oct 23 Oct 25 Oct 25 Oct 26 Oct 26 OCT 30 Nov 1 Nov 1 Nov 2 Nov 2

at UW-Platteville.................................... 7:00 pm at Coe*.................................................... 7:30 pm vs. Wheaton5........................................... 4:00 pm vs. Carthage5........................................... 8:00 pm vs. William Penn5.................................. 10:00 am at Augustana (Ill.) 5............................... 12:00 pm DUBUQUE*........................................... 7:30 PM vs. Concordia (Wis.)6............................ 3:00 pm vs. North Park6....................................... 5:00 pm at Illinois Wesleyan6............................. 10:00 am vs. Monmouth (Ill.) 6............................ 12:00 pm

1 NYU Labor Day Invitational – New York, N.Y. (EST) 2 Gustavus Adolphus Invitational – St. Peter, Minn. 3 IIAC-NAC Tournament – Wisconsin Dells, Wis. 4 at Platteville, Wis. 5 Augustana Pumpkin Bash – Rock Island, Ill. 6 Illinois Wesleyan Tournament – Bloomington, Ill.

CROSS COUNTRY Sep 6 Sep 20 Oct 12 Oct 19 Nov 2 Nov 16 Nov 23

Augustana Twilight Meet...................... 8:00 pm Sioux Falls, S.D. Buena Vista Invitational......................... 5:30 pm Storm Lake, Iowa Lamb-Kohawk Invitational................. 11:00 am Cedar Rapids, Iowa Drews/Neubauer Invitational............ 10:30 am West Salem, Wis. Iowa Conference Championships.... 11:00 am Pella, Iowa Central Region Championships........ 11:00 am Northfield, Minn. National Championships.............................TBA Hanover, Ind.

WOMEN’S GOLF

Aug 30-31 Mt. Mercy Invitational Hunters Ridge - Marion, Iowa Sep 6-7 Central Invitational Bos Landen - Pella, Iowa SEP 16 SIMPSON INVITATIONAL Indianola Country Club - Indianola, Iowa Sep 20-21 Luther Invitational Oneota - Decorah, Iowa Sep 27-28 Iowa Conference Championships (1&2) Pheasant Ridge - Cedar Falls, Iowa Oct 4-5 Iowa Conference Championships (3&4) Elmcrest - Cedar Rapids, Iowa

WOMEN’S TENNIS Aug 29 Aug 31 Aug 31 SEP 5 Sep 7 Sep 7 Sep 14 Sep 14 SEP 21 Sep 24 SEP 28 SEP 28 OCT 1 Oct 4-5

at Buena Vista*........................................ 3:30 pm vs. St. Ambrose #.................................. 12:00 pm at Coe*.................................................... 3:00 pm GRACELAND........................................ 3:30 PM at Loras*...................................................9:00 am at Dubuque*........................................... 2:00 pm at Grinnell................................................9:00 am vs. Grand View $.................................. 12:00 pm MORNINGSIDE....................................9:00 AM at Central*.............................................. 3:30 pm WARTBURG*.........................................9:00 AM LUTHER*................................................ 2:00 PM CORNELL............................................... 3:30 PM IIAC Individual Championships !..........All Day

Nov 15 Nov 16 NOV 19 Nov 23 Nov 24 NOV 27 Dec 4 Dec 7 DEC 14 DEC 31 JAN 4

at Gustavus Adolphus........................... 7:00 pm at Augsburg............................................. 7:30 pm GRAND VIEW....................................... 7:00 PM at UW-Platteville...........................................TBA TBA.......................................................................... WILLIAM PENN.................................... 7:30 PM at AIB........................................................ 7:30 pm at Westminster (Mo.)............................ 3:00 pm GRINNELL.............................................. 2:00 PM NEBRASKA WESLEYAN..................... 2:00 PM AIB............................................................ 2:00 PM

NON-CONF.WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Nov 18 at AIB........................................................ 6:00 pm NOV 23 UW-EAU CLAIRE.................................. 3:00 PM NOV 26 IOWA WESLEYAN................................ 7:00 PM NOV 29 ILLINOIS TECH (SIMPSON CLASSIC)...... 7:00 PM NOV 30 GRAND VIEW (SIMPSON CLASSIC)........ 3:00 PM Dec 6-7 at Millikin Classic..........................................TBA Dec 14 at Mount Mercy............................................TBA DEC 17 ELMHURST............................................. 2:00 PM Dec 28-29 at Wisconsin Dells Classic..........................TBA

CONFERENCE BASKETBALL JAN 8 Jan 11 JAN 15 JAN 18 Jan 22 JAN 25 Jan 29 Feb 1 FEB 5 FEB 8 Feb 12 FEB 15 Feb 19 Feb 22

LORAS*................................................... 6:00 PM at Coe*.................................................... 2:00 pm BUENA VISTA*...................................... 6:00 PM LUTHER*................................................ 2:00 PM at Central*.............................................. 6:00 pm WARTBURG*......................................... 2:00 PM at Dubuque*........................................... 6:00 pm at Luther*................................................ 2:00 pm CENTRAL*............................................. 6:00 PM DUBUQUE*........................................... 2:00 PM at Wartburg*........................................... 6:00 pm COE*........................................................ 2:00 PM at Loras*.................................................. 6:00 pm at Buena Vista*........................................ 2:00 pm

- women play first, followed by men

WRESTLING

Nov 16 at Luther Open.......................... Decorah, Iowa Nov 20 at Wartburg*.................................Waverly, Iowa Nov 23 at Coe Invite.......................Cedar Rapids, Iowa Dec 5 vs. Augustana (IL)............................... Pella, Iowa Dec 5 vs. Knox............................................... Pella, Iowa DEC 7 SIMPSON INVITE.......... INDIANOLA, IOWA DEC 17 CORNELL....................... INDIANOLA, IOWA Jan 3 vs. Southern Maine.......... Williamstown, Mass. Jan 3 at Williams......................... Williamstown, Mass. Jan 4 at Williams Invite.............. Williamstown, Mass. Jan 11 at Central Open................................. Pella, Iowa Jan 18 at Midwest Duals......................... Kearney, Neb. Jan 21 at Buena Vista*....................... Storm Lake, Iowa Jan 25 at IIAC Duals*........................... Dubuque, Iowa FEB 1 DUBUQUE*................... INDIANOLA, IOWA Feb 6 at Central*.......................................... Pella, Iowa Feb 14 IIAC Dual Finals........................................... TBD Mar 1 Regional Championships......... Dubuque, Iowa Mar 14-15 NCAA Championships7..Cedar Rapids, Iowa * Iowa Conference event - Home events in CAPS - Schedules subject to change

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