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2014 Stetson Football GENERAL Name of School: .................... Stetson University City/Zip: .................................DeLand, FL 32723 Founded: ..................................................... 1883 Enrollment: ................................................. 3,961 Nickname: ................................................Hatters School Colors: ................. Hunter Green & White Home Field: ........ Spec Martin Memorial Stadium Capacity (Opened): ......................... 6,000 (1941) Surfaces: ....................................................Grass Affiliation: ........................ NCAA Division I (FCS) Conference: ................. Pioneer Football League President: ..............................Dr. Wendy B. Libby Alma Mater, Year: ........................... Cornell, 1972 Athletic Director: ..................................Jeff Altier Alma Mater, Year: .......................... Stetson, 1982 Athletic Dept. Phone: .................(386) 822-8100 Ticket Office Phone: ..................(386) 738-HATS HISTORY First Year of Football:.................................. 1901 All-Time Record:......................157-136-27 (.532) Program Discontinued: .............................. 1957 Return of Program:...................................... 2013 Bowls/last: ...............................1/1951 Tangerine Result:.................. Stetson 35, Arkansas State 20 ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS Director / Contact: ........................... Ricky Hazel Office Phone: ..............................(386) 822-8130 Cell Phone: ..................................(334) 372-7032 E-mail: ..................................jhazel@stetson.edu Assistant Director: ............................ Cris Belvin Office Phone: ..............................(386) 822-8937 Cell Phone: ..................................(918) 625-2152 E-mail: ................................ cbelvin@stetson.edu Assistant Director: ....................... Jamie Bataille Office Phone: ..............................(386) 822-8131 Cell Phone: ..................................(386) 748-4586 E-mail: ................................. jbataill@stetson.edu Fax: ..............................................(386) 822-7486 Press Box Phone: .......................(386) 736-7360 Mailing Address: .............421 N. Woodland Blvd. ............................................................... Unit 8359 .................................................DeLand, FL 32723 Overnight Address: ......... 308 E. University Ave. .................................................DeLand, FL 32723

COACHING STAFF Head Coach:................................. Roger Hughes Alma Mater, Year: ...............Doane College, 1982 Record at school (yrs):.............................2-9 (1) Career record (yrs): ........................... 49-61 (11) Office phone: .............................(386) 822-8147 Best time to reach: .........Mornings after practice Assistant Coaches:......................................Pos. Charles Huff (Presbyterian, 1985)..................... DL Matt Diniak (Grand Valley St., 1998)................ RB Tim Holt (S. Conn. St., 1995)............................OL Tim Keating (Bethany, 1975)........................... WR Jake Iodence (Chadron State, 2012)............... DB Jake Behrns (Wayne State, 2014).....................TE Brandon Wright (Newberry, 2005)..................... LB Brian Young (Georgia Southern, 1997)............ DC SUPPORT STAFF Director of Operations:..................Nolan Behrns Athletic Trainer:........................ Andrew Kovachy Athletic Trainer:........................... David Krazeise Equipment: ....................................Kevin Jurenko TEAM INFORMATION Overall 2013 record:.......................... 2-9 (1-7 PFL) Starters Returning/Lost:..................................23/2 Offense:...................................................... 11/1 Defense:.....................................................10/1 Specialists:..................................................2/0 Letter winners returning/lost:........................50/15 SCHEDULE Date...... Opponent................................Site......... Time 8-30...... Warner.............................Lakeland..........7 pm 9-6........ Florida Tech.......................DeLand..........7 pm 9-13...... Mercer................................DeLand..........6 pm 9-20...... B’ham-Southern.... Birmingham, AL..........1 pm 10-4...... Butler.................................DeLand..........6 pm 10-11..... San Diego..................... San Diego..........5 pm 10-18.... Jacksonville.......................DeLand..........6 pm 10-25.... Davidson.................. Davidson, NC..........1 pm 11-1....... Campbell............. Buies Creek, NC..........1 pm 11-8....... Marist (HC)........................DeLand..........3 pm 11-15..... Morehead State...... Morehead, KY..........1 pm 11-22..... Drake................................DeLand...........1 pm

MEDIA INFORMATION Website: ............................. www.gohatters.com Radio: .... WSBB AM 1230 (New Smyrna Beach) ..................................... WTJV AM 1490 (DeLand) ................. WYGM AM 740 “The Game” (Orlando) Internet Broadcast:......................... Hatter Vision Play-by-play Announcer: ............Matt Musgrove Color Analyst:.......................... Steve Ostermann

2014 Stetson Football No Name 1 Chris Atkins 2 Darius McGriff 3 Robbie Robertson 4 Chris Crawford 5 Ja’Vonta Swinton 5 Trezdun Jackson 6 A.J. Washington 7 Donald Payne 7 Chris Lykins 8 Eric Martin 9 Ryan Powers 10 Keegan Tanner 11 Dre Long 12 Blake Plattsmier 12 Jordan Acham 13 Jonathan Jerozal 13 Grant Amick 14 Kyle Edgar 15 James LaGamma 15 Ryan Tentler 16 Tristan Juarez 17 Spencer Whittaker 17 Dalton Thompson 18 Bo Farmer 18 Gaven DeFilippo 19 Devin Davis 20 Kimo Vereen 21 Calvin Armatas 21 Conrad Fonseca 22 Glenn Adesoji 22 Darian Wright 23 Jerami Singleton 24 Zach Dyer 25 Taylor Dunn 26 P.J. Franklin 27 Chase Coleman 28 Cole Mazza 29 Chance Jackson 30 Jason Willix 31 Joseph Morris 32 Zach Allen 33 Mike Yonker 34 Craig Carrington 35 Devyn Jessmer 36 Austin Bess 37 Devin Gilotte 37 Austin Waldron 38 Jackson Finfrock 39 Jake Paine 40 Adam Vinson 41 Delvin Riley 42 Bobby Jakubek 43 Marlin Hall 44 Jeb Boudreaux 45 Mason Johnson 46 Hunter Paulus 47 Alex Gonzales

Pos Ht Wt DB 5-9 176 WR 5-9 163 WR 5-9 182 WR 6-1 181 DB 5-11 170 DB 5-8 158 RB 5-7 206 DB 6-0 215 WR 6-1 166 DB 5-11 170 DB 5-11 191 WR 5-8 176 RB 5-10 164 QB 6-1 195 PK 5-11 201 QB 6-0 201 PK 6-0 200 RB 6-0 194 P 5-9 191 QB 5-11 184 DB 5-9 177 DB 5-9 164 QB 6-1 160 DB 5-11 180 QB 5-11 206 DB 6-1 183 RB 6-1 218 WR 5-9 181 DB 5-9 171 DB 5-1 197 WR 6-0 170 RB 5-11 189 DB 5-10 191 TE 6-3 215 RB 5-9 177 DB 5-8 184 RB 6-1 221 DB 5-10 174 RB 5-5 170 LB 5-11 214 DB 5-11 192 FB 5-11 233 RB 5-9 231 OLB 6-0 208 LB 5-11 189 RB 5-10 199 DB 5-9 187 DB 6-1 180 LB 5-11 200 LB 5-8 229 DB 6-2 200 DB 5-11 191 DB 6-1 198 DB 5-9 186 LB 6-1 225 FB 5-11 229 DB 5-10 199

2014 Stetson Numerical Roster

Yr Exp Hometown So. 1L Jacksonville, Fla. So. 1L Jacksonville, Fla. So. SQ Tampa, Fla. So. 1L Lauderdale Lakes, Fla. Fr. HS Deerfield Beach, Fla. So. SQ Midwest City, Okla. So. 1L Beech Island, SC So. 1L Fayetteville, Ga. Fr. RS Houston, Texas Fr. HS Orange Park, Fla. So. 1L Jupiter, Fla. So. 1L Wesley Chapel, Fla. So. 1L Concord, NC Sr. JC Carson City, Nev. Fr. HS Lake Worth, Fla. So. 1L Canyon Country, Cal. So. 1L Wilmette, Ill. So. SQ Cabot, Ark. So. 1L Weston, Fla. So. 1L Chicago, Ill. So. SQ San Diego, Cal. So. SQ Tarpon Springs, Fla. Fr. HS Shelbyville, Ky. So. 1L Bushnell, Fla. Fr. HS Tuscon, Ariz. Fr. HS Memphis, Tenn. Fr. HS Riverview, Fla. So. 1L Tampa, Fla. Fr. HS Savannah, Ga. So. 1L Memphis, Tenn. Fr. HS Tampa, Fla. So. 1L Clermont, Fla. So. 1L Tampa, Fla. So. 1L DeLand, Fla. So. SQ St. Petersburg, Fla. So. 1L Alpharetta, Ga. So. 1L Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. Fr. HS Smyrna, Ga. So. SQ Concord, NC So. SQ El Dorado, Ark. Fr. HS Aloha, Ore. So. 1L Cocoa Beach, Fla. Fr. HS Seffner, Fla. So. 1L Bushnell, Fla. Fr. HS Tallahassee, Fla. Fr. HS Lake Worth, Fla. So. SQ Middleburg, Fla. Fr. HS Upper Arlington, Ohio Sr. 1L Naples, Fla. So. 1L Safety Harbor, Fla. Fr. RS West Columbia, SC So. 1L Coconut Creek, Fla. So. SQ Sylvester, Ga. So. 1L Mobile, Ala. Fr. HS Gilbert, Ariz. Fr. HS Chester Springs, Pa. So. SQ Gainesville, Fla.

No Name Pos Ht Wt 48 Harold Antor RB 5-11 199 48 John Hester LB 6-1 224 49 Marquavein Copeland RB 5-10 166 50 Dearmis Jamison OLB 6-0 234 51 Dave Lazear LB 6-0 213 52 Nick Bialkowski LB 5-11 205 53 Ryan Gildea OLB 6-1 223 54 Ignacio Madrid LB 5-11 223 55 Fletcher Eldemire OL 6-5 255 56 Davion Belk DL 6-1 271 57 Cody Nulph OL 6-2 296 58 Dylan Wydronkowski LB 5-10 226 59 Cole Ripple LB 5-10 232 60 Patrick Fogarty OL 6-2 274 60 Curtis Young DE 6-2 215 61 Travis Keller OL 6-4 300 62 Blake Manning OL 6-4 312 63 Zach Zarecki OL 6-0 276 65 Tyler Magill OL 6-0 261 66 Jeff Fallabel DE 6-3 222 67 John Post OL 6-4 282 69 Sean Gannon OL 6-3 270 70 Trevor Guy OL 6-3 312 70 Chandler Steele DE 6-0 231 71 Matt Edwards OL 6-3 321 72 Jake Ohlwein DE 6-2 250 72 Griffin Vari OL 6-2 250 73 Jack Howerton OL 6-1 322 74 Charles Wallace OL 6-2 284 75 Jared Gleason OL 6-4 271 76 Mark Morrow OL 5-11 282 77 Matt Wawrzyniak OL 6-4 296 78 Gary Gotling LS 5-11 223 78 Tyler Cranker OL 6-4 280 79 Ethan Simpson LS 5-6 181 79 Stephen Benson DL 6-6 299 80 Ryan Selimos WR 6-0 179 81 Alex Valentin WR 6-1 174 82 Mitch Lane WR 6-0 198 83 Rob Coggin WR 6-3 215 84 Jonathan Strahl TE 5-11 210 85 Andrew Fuehrer WR 6-1 192 86 Kegan Moore WR 6-0 175 87 Brock Turner WR 6-2 188 88 Austin Marks TE 6-4 216 89 Austin Tyrrell TE 6-3 226 90 Eddie Curry DE 5-11 227 91 Dylan Truelove DL 6-1 266 92 Chris Micoff DE 6-5 274 93 Eddie White DT 6-0 298 94 Shayne White DE 6-0 263 95 Matt Mines DL 6-3 227 96 Andrew Green DL 6-1 252 97 Devon Jones-Stewart DL 6-2 196 98 Cory Staud DT 5-10 257 99 Eric Fogle P 6-2 204 99 Anthony Ryals DT 5-11 286

Yr Exp Hometown Fr. HS Nassau, Bahamas Fr. HS Valrico, Fla. Fr. HS Avon Park, Fla. So. SQ Decatur, Ga. So. 1L Newark, Del. Fr. HS Gilbert, Ariz. So. 1L Marietta, Ga. So. 1L San Leandro, Cal. Jr. 1L Longwood, Fla. So. 1L Chicago, Ill. Fr. HS Seffner, Fla. So. 1L Glenville, NY So. 1L Vero Beach, Fla. So. 1L Savannah, Ga. Fr. HS Cape Coral, Fla. Fr. HS St. Augustine, Fla. So. 1L Flowery Branch, Ga. Fr. HS Broken Arrow, Okla. So. 1L Tampa, Fla. Fr. HS Ellwood City, Pa. So. 1L Oro Valley, Ariz. So. 1L Lake Worth, Fla. So. SQ Clearwater, Fla. Fr. HS Woodstock, Ga. Fr. HS Cape Coral, Fla. So. SQ Debary, Fla. So. 1L Davidson, NC So. 1L Alexandria, Va. Fr. HS Robbinsville, NJ Fr. HS Tarpon Springs, Fla. So. SQ Davie, Fla. So. 1L Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. Fr. RS Winter Garden, Fla. Fr. HS Fultonville, NY So. SQ Ormond Beach, Fla. Jr. TR Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. So. SQ Plantation, Fla. So. SQ St. Petersburg, Fla. So. 1L DeLand, Fla. So. 1L Palm Harbor, Fla. So. 1L Port Orange, Fla. So. 1L Allentown, Pa. So. 1L Marietta, Ga. Fr. HS Boca Raton, Fla. So. 1L Nevada City, Cal. Fr. RS DeLand, Fla. Fr. HS Lauderhill, Fla. Fr. HS Gainesville, Ga. Fr. HS Milford, Mich. Fr. HS Savannah, Ga. So. 1L Beach Park, Ill. So. 1L Winter Park, Fla. So. 1L Temple Terrace, Fla. So. SQ Lake Mary, Fla. So. 1L Cibolo, Texas So. SQ Evans, Ga. Fr. HS Clermont, Fla.

2014 Stetson Football Hatters Coast to Coast

Pro-nun-see-aye-shun Guide Jordan Acham –ACK-em Glenn Adesoji – ADD-eh-SO-gee Grant Amick – A-mick Harold Antor – AN-TOR Calvin Armatas – ARM-ah-tus Davion Belk – DAY-vee-ON Nick Bialkowski – BYE-al-COW-ski Marquavain Copeland – mar-KAY-vee-an Gavin DeFilippo – DEE-phillip-OH Matt Diniak – den-EE-ACK Jeff Falabell – FALL-ah-bell Patrick Fogarty – FOE-garty Conrad Fonseca – phon-SAY-kah Andrew Fuehrer – Fewer Ryan Gildea – GILL-DAY Jake Iodence – EYE-oh-dense Bobby Jakubek – JACK-you-beck Dearmis Jamison – dee-AIR-ah-mus

Jonathan Jerozal – jer-OH-zal Tristan Juarez – whar-ez James LaGamma – la-GAMMA David Lazear – luh-ZEER Ignacio Madrid –IG-nah-see-oh Cole Mazza – MAH-ZA Darius McGriff – dar-EE-us Jake Ohlwein – ole-WINE Hunter Paulus – PAUL-us Blake Plattsmier – PLATTS-myer Ryan Selimos – sell-EE-mose Cory Staud – rhymes with odd Austin Tyrrell – Tare-all Alex Valentin – VAL-in-teen Griffin Vari – Vary Matt Wawrzyniak – WAR-zen-EE-ack Dylan Wydronkowski – WHY-dron-COW-ski Zach Zarecki – zar-ICK-ee

2014 Stetson Football Depth Charts OFFENSE

Pos. No. Name WR-X 4 Chris Crawford 86 Kegan Moore 80 Ryan Selimos 85 Andrew Fuehrer LT 72 Griffin Vari 74 Charles Wallace 70 Trevor Guy LG 60 Patrick Fogarty 69 Sean Gannon 65 Tyler Magill C 55 Fletcher Eldemire 73 Jack Howerton 57 Cody Nulph RG 62 Blake Manning 67 John Post 76 Mark Morrow RT 77 Matt Wawrzyniak 75 Jared Gleason 71 Matt Edwards TE 84 Jonathan Strahl 88 Austin Marks 89 Austin Tyrrell WR-Z 83 Rob Coggin 8 Darian Wright 21 Calvin Armatas 3 Robbie Robertson 2 Darius McGriff FB 33 Mike Yonker 34 Craig Carrington 20 Kimo Vereen TB 6 A.J. Washington 23 Jerami Singleton 11 Dre Long 28 Cole Mazza QB 15 Ryan Tentler 13 Jonathan Jerozal 12 Blake Plattsmier

SPECIALISTS

Pos. No. Name KO 13 Grant Amick 15 James LaGamma LKOR 4 Chris Crawford 8 Darian Wright RKOR 2 Darius McGriff 11 Dre Long PR 2 Darius McGriff 4 Chris Crawford 3 Robbie Robertson

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

Wt 181 175 179 192 250 284 312 274 270 261 255 322 275 312 282 282 296 271 321 210 216 226 215 170 181 182 163 233 231 218 206 189 164 221 184 201 195

Year/Exp So./1L So./1L So./SQ So./1L So./1L Fr./HS So./SQ So./1L So./1L So./1L Jr./1L So./1L Fr./HS So./1L So./1L So./SQ So./1L Fr./HS Fr./HS So./1L So./1L Fr./RS So./1L Fr./HS So./1L So./SQ So./1L So./1L Fr./HS Fr./HS So./1L So./1L So./1L So./1L So./1L So./1L Jr./JC

Ht 6-0 5-9 6-1 6-0 5-9 5-10 5-9 6-1 5-9

Wt 200 191 181 170 163 164 163 181 182

Year/Exp So./1L So./1L So./1L Fr./HS So./1L So./1L So./1L So./1L So./SQ

DEFENSE

Pos. No. Name Ht DE 56 Davion Belk 6-1 96 Andrew Green 6-1 94 Shayne White 6-0 NT 98 Cory Staud 5-10 99 Anthony Ryals 5-11 70 Chandler Steele 6-0 DE 95 Matt Mines 6-3 92 Devon Jones-Stewart 6-2 66 Jeff Fallabel 6-3 LB 90 Eddie Curry 5-11 39 Jake Paine 5-11 50 Dearmis Jamison 6-0 MLB 54 Ignacio Madrid 5-11 59 Cole Ripple 5-10 45 Mason Johnson 6-1 58 Dylan Wydronkowski 5-10 LB 51 David Lazear 6-0 40 Adam Vinson 5-8 35 Devyn Jessmer 6-0 31 Joseph Morris 5-11 CB 1 Chris Atkins 5-9 18 Bo Farmer 5-11 29 Chance Jackson 5-10 Dawg 22 Glenn Adesoji 5-11 42 Bobby Jakubek 5-11 41 Delvin Riley 6-2 FS 9 Ryan Powers 5-11 43 Marlin Hall 6-1 19 Devin Davis 6-1 Dawg 7 Donald Payne 6-0 36 Austin Bess 5-11 47 Alex Gonzales 5-10 44 Jeb Boudreaux 5-9 CB 27 Chase Coleman 5-8 8 Eric Martin 5-11 16 Tristan Juarez 5-9

SPECIALISTS

Pos. No. Name PUNT 15 James LaGamma 99 Eric Fogle LS 82 Mitch Lane 79 Ethan Simpson 64 Gary Gotling PAT/FG 7 Jordan Acham 13 Grant Amick 15 James LaGamma HOLD 9 Ryan Powers 80 Ryan Selimos

Ht 5-9 6-2 6-0 5-6 5-11 5-11 6-0 5-9 5-11 6-0

Wt 271 252 263 257 286 231 227 196 222 227 200 234 223 232 225 226 213 229 208 214 176 180 174 197 191 200 191 198 183 215 189 199 186 184 170 177

Year/Exp So./1L So./1L So./1L So./1L Fr./HS Fr./HS So./1L So./SQ Fr./HS Fr./HS Sr./1L So./1L So./1L So./1L Fr./HS So./1L So./1L So./1L So./1L So./SQ So./1L So./1L Fr./HS So./1L So./1L Fr./RS So./1L So./SQ Fr./HS So./1L Fr./HS So./SQ So./1L So./1L Fr./HS So./SQ

Wt 191 204 198 181 223 201 200 191 191 179

Year/Exp So./1L So./1L So./1L So./SQ Fr./RS Fr./HS So./1L So./1L So./1L So./SQ

2014 Stetson Football 2014 Opponent Information GAME 1 - August 30 - Lakeland, Fla.

2014 Warner Schedule

Opponent.......................................................................Warner University Nickname..............................................................................................Royals Colors..........................................................................................Navy & Gold Location...............................................................................Lake Wales, Fla. Affiliation..................................................... NAIA (The Sun Conference) Head Coach.................................................................Rod Shafer (Taylor) Def. Coordinator........................................................................ Bob Urwin Defensive Line.............. Norris Kennedy (Youngstown State, 2005) Defensive Backs.......Ronald Scarlett (Webber Internationa, 2012) Receivers/Special Teams....................... Chad Alexander (UCF, 2011) Offensive Line................................................. Ed Stults (Bluffton, 1980) Running Backs.............................................................................Jeff Weber Quarterbacks.................................................................. Billy Washington Linebackers...........................................................................Michael Styles

Date Opponent.......................................................Location 8/30 Stetson University...............................................Lakeland, Fla. 9/6 Webber International....................................Lake Wales, Fla. 9/13 Southeastern University...................................Lakeland, Fla. 9/20 University of Faith...........................................Lake Wales, Fla. 9/27 Ave Maria University........................................Ave Maria, Fla. 10/4 Point University................................................West Point, Ga. 10/11 Kentucky Wesleyan........................................Lake Wales, Fla. 10/18 Alderson-Broaddus...............................................Philippi, WV 10/25 Concordia College..............................................Lakeland, Fla. 11/8 Edward Waters College...............................Jacksonville, Fla. 11/15 Mercer University.................................................... Macon, Ga.

Opponent...................................................................................Florida Tech Nickname.........................................................................................Panthers Colors....................................................................................Crimson & Gray Location...............................................................................Melbourne, Fla. Affiliation........................................................................... NCAA Division II Head Coach.............................Steve Englehart (Indiana State, 1999) Off. Coordinator.....................Jayson Martin (Kentucky State, 2000) Receivers/TE....................................................Austin Silvoy (Troy, 2010) Offensive Line.........................................Mike Nahl (Whitworth, 2009) Run Game/TE/OL.................. Chad Raymond (Tarleton State, 2006) Defensive Coordinator.........................Willie Tillman (Purdue, 1997) Defensive Line...................................Rod Hardy (Indiana State, 2011) Defensive Backs...............................Ray Herring (Notre Dame, 2010) LB/Special Teams...........................Dan Sabock (Indiana State, 2011)

Date Opponent.......................................................Location 9/6 Stetson University................................................. DeLand, Fla. 9/13 Ave Maria University......................................Melbourne, Fla. 9/20 Tarleton State..................................................Arlington, Texas 9/27 Bethune-Cookman.................................Daytona Beach, Fla. 10/2 Delta State.........................................................Melbourne, Fla. 10/11 West Alabama.................................................. Livingston, Ala. 10/18 North Alabama................................................Melbourne, Fla. 10/25 Mississippi College.........................................Melbourne, Fla. 11/1 Shorter College.......................................................... Rome, Ga. 11/8 West Georgia...................................................... Carrollton, Ga. 11/15 Valdosta State...................................................Melbourne, Fla.

GAME 2 - Sept. 6 - Melbourne, Fla.

GAME 3 - Sept. 13 - DeLand, Fla.

2014 Florida Tech Schedule

2014 Mercer Schedule

Opponent.............................................................................................Mercer Nickname................................................................................................Bears Colors.................................................................................... Orange & Blakc Location....................................................................................... Macon, Ga. Affiliation.........................................NCAA FCS (Southern Conference) Head Coach..............................................Bobby Lamb (Furman, 1987) Asst. HC/DC/OLB........................... Mike Kolakowski (Ohio Northern) Offensive Line/OC..........................Casey Vogt (Slippery Rock, 2000) Special Teams/ILB..................................... Grant Cain (Catawba, 2003) Secondary/Special Teams......Mitch Doolittle (Presbyterian, 2007) Running Backs......................................Carter Barfield (Furman, 2006) Receivers............................................ Chino Fontenette (Tulane, 2003) Tight Ends.............................................Will Patterson (Rhoades, 2011) Defensive Line............................Kenny Baker (Gardner-Webb, 2008) Quarterbacks................................Trey Lamb (Tennessee Tech, 2012)

Date Opponent.......................................................Location 8/28 Reinhadt College..................................................... Macon, Ga. 9/6 Furman University.................................................. Macon, Ga. 9/13 Stetson University................................................. DeLand, Fla. 9/20 Ave Maria University.............................................. Macon, Ga. 9/27 Virginia Military Institute.................................Lexington, Va. 10/4 Samford University..................................... Birmingham, Ala. 10/11 Austin Peay State.................................................... Macon, Ga. 10/18 Western Carolina University................................ Macon, Ga. 10/25 UT-Chattanooga......................................Chattanooga, Tenn. 11/1 The Citadel................................................................ Macon, Ga. 11/15 Warner University................................................... Macon, Ga. 11/22 Wofford College............................................. Spartanburg, SC

Opponent............................................................. Birmingham-Southern Nickname.........................................................................................Panthers Colors......................................................................................... Black & Gold Location........................................................................... Birmingham, Ala. Affiliation............................................................................NAIA Division III Head Coach.....................Eddie Garfinkle (Jacksonville State, 1981) Off. Coordinator/QB.............................. Joe White (Springfield, 1984) H-Backs................................Jim Stomps (U.S. Sports Academy, 2010) Cornerbacks......................................... Carter Blount (Alabama, 2011) Receivers.....................................................Jake James (Alabama, 2011) Running Backs.......................................Gerald Gann (Alabama, 1965) Offensive Line........................................... Adam Hollifield (UAB, 2009) Safeties......................... Will Truelove (Birmingham-Southern, 2012)

Date Opponent.......................................................Location 9/6 LaGrange........................................................ Birmingham, Ala. 9/13 Huntingdon.................................................Montgomery, Ala. 9/20 Stetson............................................................ Birmingham, Ala. 9/27 Hendrix....................................................................Conway, Ark. 10/4 Sewanee......................................................... Birmingham, Ala. 10/11 Southeastern........................................................Lakeland, Fla. 10/18 Milsaps...................................................................Jackson, Miss. 11/1 Rhoades............................................................. Memphis, Tenn. 11/15 Centre.............................................................. Birmingham, Ala.

GAME 4 - Sept. 20 - Birmingham, Ala.

2014 Birmingham-Southern Schedule

2014 Stetson Football 2014 Opponent Information GAME 5 - October 4 - DeLand, Fla.

2014 Butler Schedule

Opponent........................................................................................Butler University Nickname....................................................................................................... Bulldogs Colors....................................................................................................... Blue & White Location..........................................................................................Indianapolis, Ind. Affiliation.................................................................. NCAA FCS (Pioneer League) Head Coach...................................................................Jeff Voris (DePauw, 1989) Assistant HC/Secondary.................................... Joe Cheshire (DePauw, 1999) DC/Linbebackers................................................... Tim Cooper (DePauw, 1997) OC/Offensive Line..................................................... Kyle Conner (Butler, 2001) Tight Ends................................................. Spencer Summerville (Butler, 2010) Receivers............................................................. Desmond Tardy (Purdue, 2008) Defensive Tackles......................................................... Lee Rose (Indiana, 2012) Defensive Ends.................................... Gerald Chatman (UW-Oshkosh, 2010) Running Backs.................................................Patrick Doherty (Franklin, 2012)

Date Opponent................................................................. Location 9/6 Wittenberg University............................................Springfield, Ohio 9/13 Youngstown State.................................................Youngstown, Ohio 9/20 Taylor College............................................................Indianapolis, Ind. 9/27 Jacksonville University...........................................Indianapolis, Ind. 10/4 Stetson University............................................................. DeLand, Fla. 10/11 Campbell University.................................................. Buies Creek, NC 10/18 University of San Diego.........................................Indianapolis, Ind. 10/25 Drake University......................................................Des Moines, Iowa 11/1 Morehead State........................................................Indianapolis, Ind. 11/8 Valparaiso University..................................................Valparaiso, Ind. 11/15 University of Dayton...............................................Indianapolis, Ind.

Opponent............................................................University of San Diego Nickname..............................................................................................Torero Colors.........................................................Columbia Blue, Navy & White Location................................................................................San Diego, Cal. Affiliation.................................................... NCAA FCS (Pioneer League) Head Coach.........................Dale Lindsey (Western Kentucky, 1964) Asst. HC/Special Teams/LB..............................Sam Anno (USC, 1987) Asst. HC/Off. Coord./QB...................Tanner Engstrand (SDSU, 2005) Defensive Backs........................................Bobby Jay (Redlands, 2009) Tight Ends/Special Teams.............. Ronnie Pentz (San Diego, 2008) Receivers.................................................Cory Martin (Kent State, 2011) Defensive Line................................Kenny Holmes (Miami, Fla., 1997) Running Backs....................................... Tyler Sutton (Redlands, 2009) Offensive Line.............................................Jim Jackson (Cornell, 2003) Defensive Coordinator.................................. Steve Irvin (UNLV, 1999) Defensive Backs..........................................................Garrett Robinson (

Date Opponent.......................................................Location 9/6 Western New Mexico......................................San Diego, Cal. 9/13 Jacksonville University................................Jacksonville, Fla. 9/20 Princeton University........................................San Diego, Cal. 9/27 Marist College............................................ Poughkeepsie, NY 10/11 Stetson University............................................San Diego, Cal. 10/18 Butler University.......................................... Indianapolis, Ind. 10/25 University of Dayton.......................................San Diego, Cal. 11/1 Drake University..........................................Des Moines, Iowa 11/8 Morehead State................................................San Diego, Cal. 11/15 Valparaiso University......................................San Diego, Cal. 11/22 Cal Poly................................................................San Diego, Cal.

GAME 6 - October 11 - San Diego, Calif.

GAME 7 - Oct. 18 - DeLand, Fla.

Opponent............................................................................Jacksonville University Nickname.......................................................................................................Dolphins Colors......................................................................................................Green & Gold Location........................................................................................... Jacksonville, Fla. Affiliation.................................................................. NCAA FCS (Pioneer League) Head Coach.................................................................Kerwin Bell (Florida, 1987) DC/Linebackers.........................................................Jerry Odom (Florida, 1990) Offensive Line.................................Andy McLeod (Western Kentucky, 1996) Running Backs...................................................................Kerry Webb (Florida, ?) Defensive Line.............................................. Ernie Logan (East Carolina, 2008) Defensive Backs....................................................... Jake Grande (Wilkes, 2007) Cornerbacks................................................ James Rowe (South Florida, 2009) Receivers..................................................................... Wayne Younger (FIU, 2011)

GAME 8 - October 25 - Davidson, NC

Opponent......................................................................................Davidson College Nickname........................................................................................................Wildcats Colors......................................................................................................... Red & Black Location.................................................................................................Davidson, NC Affiliation.................................................................. NCAA FCS (Pioneer League) Head Coach..........................................................Paul Nichols (Davidson, 2003) Defensive Coordinator/LB........................ Chad Creamer (Ohio State, 2008) Defensive Backs....................................................D.J. Wingate (Marshall, 2010) Running Backs...............................................Diauntae Morrow (Toledo, 2012) Receivers.................................................................... Dave Parrott (Capital, 2011) Defensive Line.........................Anthony Antonacci (Northern Illinois, 2009) Offensive Coordinator/QB........................Bush Hamdan (Boise State, 2008) Offensive Line/TE..........................................Derham Cato (Dartmouth, 2005)

2014 San Diego Schedule

2014 Jacksonville Schedule

Date Opponent.......................................................Location 8/30 Southeastern Louisiana................................. Hammond, La. 9/13 University of San Diego..............................Jacksonville, Fla. 9/20 University of Pennsylvania........................Jacksonville, Fla. 9/27 Butler University.......................................... Indianapolis, Ind. 10/4 Drake University............................................Jacksonville, Fla. 10/11 Morehead State................................................. Morehead, Ky. 10/18 Stetson University................................................. DeLand, Fla. 10/25 Limestone College..................................................Gaffney, SC 11/1 Marist College............................................ Poughkeepsie, NY 11/8 Davidson College................................................Davidson, NC 11/15 Campbell University.....................................Jacksonville, Fla.

2014 Davidson Schedule

Date Opponent.......................................................Location 8/30 College of Faith....................................................Davidson, NC 9/6 Catawba College.................................................Davidson, NC 9/13 Virginia Military Institute.................................Lexington, Va. 9/20 Morehead State...................................................Davidson, NC 9/27 Princeton College............................................... Princeton, NJ 10/4 Dayton University...............................................Davidson, NC 10/11 Drake University..........................................Des Moines, Iowa 10/18 Campbell University...................................... Buies Creek, NC 10/25 Stetson University...............................................Davidson, NC 11/8 Jacksonville University......................................Davidson, NC 11/15 Marist College............................................ Poughkeepsie, NY 11/22 Valparaiso University..................................... Valparaiso, Ind.

2014 Stetson Football 2014 Opponent Information GAME 9 - Nov. 1 - Buies Creek, NC

2014 Campbell Schedule

Opponent..................................................................................................... Campbell Nickname.......................................................................................................... Camels Colors.................................................................................................. Orange & Black Location............................................................................................ Buies Creek, NC Affiliation.................................................................. NCAA FCS (Pioneer League) Head Coach.......................................................... Mike Minter (Nebraska, 1997) Offensive Coordinator/QB................................. Landon Mariani (UNC, 2004) Defensive Coordinator................................................. Craig Cox (Livingstone) Offensive Line......................................Kevin Thompson (Savannah St., 1996) Receivers.....................................................................Adam Morris (Ithaca, 2007) Defensive Backs.....................................Bryant Foster (Gardner-Webb, 1999) Defensive Line............................... Damien Adams (Fayetteville State, 2003) Linebackers....................................Jonathan Hodges (Appalachian St., 2004) Running Backs....................................................D.J. Summers (Catawba, 1997) Defensive Assistant..................................Duncan McLaurin (Clemson, 2006) Safeties..................................................................Will Phillippi (Campbell, 2011)

Date Opponent.......................................................Location 8/28 UNC Charlotte................................................. Buies Creek, NC 9/6 Appalachian State.....................................................Boone, NC 9/11 Charleston Southern........................................Charleston, SC 9/27 Valparaiso University.................................... Buies Creek, NC 10/4 Morehead State................................................. Morehead, Ky. 10/11 Butler University............................................. Buies Creek, NC 10/18 Davidson College........................................... Buies Creek, NC 10/25 Marist College............................................ Poughkeepsie, NY 11/1 Stetson University.......................................... Buies Creek, NC 11/8 Missouri Baptist.............................................. Buies Creek, NC 11/15 Jacksonville University................................Jacksonville, Fla. 11/22 Dayton University............................................... Dayton, Ohio

Opponent............................................................................................................ Marist Nickname.....................................................................................................Red Foxes Colors........................................................................................................ Red & White Location........................................................................................Poughkeepsie, NY Affiliation.................................................................. NCAA FCS (Pioneer League) Head Coach...................................................................Jim Parady (Maine, 1983) Asso. HC/DC/LB...................................................... Scott Rumsey (Marist, 1991) Receivers/Special Teams..................Marc Bourque (Plymouth State, 1993) Off. Coord./Offensive Line....................................... Nate Fields (Marist, 2007) Safeties................................................ Clarence Johnson (West Chester, 1992) Kickers............................................................................... Tom Kelly (Marist, 1975) Cornerbacks...................................................................Larry Riley (Marist, 2002) Running Backs....................................................... Jake Dembow (Marist, 2009) Tight Ends...........................................................................................Pete Mahoney

Date Opponent.......................................................Location 8/30 Sacred Heart......................................................Fairfield, Conn. 9/6 Bucknell University................................... Poughkeepsie, NY 9/13 Georgetown University........................... Poughkeepsie, NY 9/20 Drake University..........................................Des Moines, Iowa 9/27 University of San Diego.......................... Poughkeepsie, NY 10/4 Valparaiso University..................................... Valparaiso, Ind. 10/11 University of Dayton................................ Poughkeepsie, NY 10/25 Campbell University................................. Poughkeepsie, NY 11/1 Jacksonville University............................ Poughkeepsie, NY 11/8 Stetson University................................................. DeLand, Fla. 11/15 Davidson College...................................... Poughkeepsie, NY

GAME 10 - Nov. 8 - DeLand, Fla.

GAME 11 - Nov. 15 - Morehead, Ky.

Opponent....................................................................Morehead State University Nickname............................................................................................................Eagles Colors......................................................................................................... Blue & Gold Location................................................................................................Morehead, KY Affiliation.................................................................. NCAA FCS (Pioneer League) Head Coach...................................................... Rob Tenyer (Olivet, Mich., 1995) OC/Quarterbacks................................Craig Mullins (Georgetown, Ky., 1991) DC/Linebackers......................................Phil Burnett (Northern Illinois, 1988) Defensive Line.......................................... Dontae Wright (Miami, Ohio, 2007) Offensive Line................................Patrick St. Louis (Missouri Western, 2008) Defensive Backs............................................. Rod West (Alabama State, 2009) Running Backs/Tight Ends..........................Brett Rude (Albion, Mich., 2010) Linebackers..................................................Casey Carlo (Northern Iowa, 1996) Slot Receivers............................................Zach Lewis (Morehead State, 2012) Receivers....................................................Sam Umberg (Valdosta State, 2013) Defensive Backs.............................Wes McDermott (Morehead State, 2010)

GAME 12 - Nov. 22 - DeLand, Fla.

Opponent........................................................................................Drake University Nickname....................................................................................................... Bulldogs Colors....................................................................................................... Blue & White Location.........................................................................................Des Moines, Iowa Affiliation.................................................................. NCAA FCS (Pioneer League) Head Coach.................................................................. Rick Fox (Wheaton, 1986) Offensive Coordinator............. Brad Pole (Rocky Mountain College, 1979) Defensive Coordinator...................................... Todd Stepsis (Ashland, 1999) Linebackers..............................................................Allen Smith (Wingate, 2005) Defensive Line....................................................Willie Cashmore (Drake, 2007) Defensive Line..............................................George Sypniewski (Drake, 1972) Running Backs..................................................... Bill Charles (Iowa State, 1962) Receivers.................................................................Munir Prince (Missouri, 2009) Receivers..........................................................................Jeff Martin (Drake, 1977) Offensive Line...........................................................Matt Purdom (Drake, 2013) Cornerbacks......................................Dominic Robinson (Florida State, 2008)

2014 Marist Schedule

2014 Morehead State Schedule

Date Opponent................................................................. Location 8/30 University of Richmond.............................................. Richmond, Va. 9/6 University of Pikeville.................................................. Morehead, Ky. 9/13 Eastern Kentucky........................................................... Richmond, Ky. 9/20 Davidson College............................................................Davidson, NC 10/4 Campbell University..................................................... Morehead, Ky. 10/11 Jacksonville University................................................ Morehead, Ky. 10/18 University of Dayton...................................................... Dayton, Ohio 10/25 Valparaiso University................................................... Morehead, Ky. 11/1 Butler University.......................................................Indianapolis, Ind. 11/8 University of San Diego...........................................San Diego, Calif. 11/15 Stetson University......................................................... Morehead, Ky. 11/22 UNC Charlotte..................................................................Charlotte, NC

2014 Drake Schedule

Date Opponent.......................................................Location 8/30 Grand View....................................................Des Moines, Iowa 9/6 Truman State................................................Des Moines, Iowa 9/13 Western Illinois....................................................... Macomb, Ill. 9/20 Marist College..............................................Des Moines, Iowa 10/4 Jacksonville University................................Jacksonville, Fla. 10/11 Davidson College........................................Des Moines, Iowa 10/18 Valparaiso University..................................... Valparaiso, Ind. 10/25 Butler University..........................................Des Moines, Iowa 11/1 University of San Diego............................Des Moines, Iowa 11/8 University of Dayton.......................................... Dayton, Ohio 11/22 Stetson University................................................. DeLand, Fla.

2014 Stetson Football 2014 Opponent Media Information Game 1 at Warner University

Game 7 Jacksonville University

Game 2 vs Florida Tech

Game 8 at Davidson College

Game 3 vs Mercer University

Game 9 at Campbell University

Primary Contact:........................................................................Kendal Sherrouse E-Mail Address:.............................................................................. sid@warner.edu Mobile Number:................................................................................ 863-860-4406 Twitter:...........................................................................................@FootballWarner Website:......................................................................................WarnerRoyals.com Primary Contact:.....................................................................................Ryan Jones E-Mail Address:................................................................................. jonesr@fit.edu Mobile Number:................................................................................ 321-674-8250 Twitter:................................................................@FLTechFootball, @FTPanthers Website:............................................................................. FloridaTechSports.com

Primary Contact:.................................................................................... Todd Vatter E-Mail Address:.................................................................................tvatter@ju.edu Mobile Number:................................................................................ 330-329-5248 Twitter:..................................................................................................@JU_Football Website:.......................................................................................... JUDolphins.com Primary Contact:........................................................................ Mark Brumbaugh E-Mail Address:.................................................mabrumbaugh@davidson.edu Mobile Number:................................................................................ 704-439-6123 Twitter:................................................@markbrumbaugh, @DavidsonWildcat Website:..............................................................................DavidsonWildcats.com

Primary Contact:...............................................................................Jordon Bruner E-Mail Address:................................................................ bruner_ja@mercer.edu Mobile Number:................................................................................ 419-615-3968 Twitter:...............................................................@jbruner_sid, @MercerFootball Website:.........................................................................................MercerBears.com

Primary Contact:.............................................................................. Jason Williams E-Mail Address:..............................................................jwilliams@campbell.edu Mobile Number:................................................................................ 910-228-6908 Twitter:................................................................................................ @GoCamelsFB Website:.............................................................................................GoCamels.com

Game 4 at Birmingham Southern

Game 10 vs Marist College

Game 5 vs Butler University

Game 11 at Morehead State University

Game 6 at University of San Diego

Game 12 vs Drake University

Primary Contact:.................................................................................. Sarah Erreca E-Mail Address:.............................................................................serreca@bsc.edu Mobile Number:................................................................................ 205-249-1184 Twitter:...................................................................................................... @bscsports Website:...............................................................................................BSCSports.net Primary Contact:..................................................................................Jim McGrath E-Mail Address:....................................................................jmcgrath@butler.edu Mobile Number:................................................................................ 317-491-5461 Twitter:..........................................................................................@ButlerUFootball Website:........................................................................................ ButlerSports.com Primary Contact:...................................................................................... Ted Gosen E-Mail Address:................................................................. tgosen@sandiego.edu Mobile Number:................................................................................ 619-260-4745 Twitter:....................................................................@USDToreros, @USDFootball Website:.......................................................................................... USDToreros.com

Primary Contact:.................................................................................. Mike Ferraro E-Mail Address:................................................... Michael.J.Ferraro@marist.edu Mobile Number:................................................................................ 914-456-3447 Twitter:............................................................................................@MaristAthletics Website:.........................................................................................GoRedFoxes.com Primary Contact:...............................................................................Matt Schabert E-Mail Address:.............................................m.schabert@moreheadstate.edu Mobile Number:................................................................................ 606-202-3575 Twitter:...............................................................................................@MSUAthletics Website:........................................................................................... MSUEagles.com Primary Contact:........................................................................................ Ty Patton E-Mail Address:.................................................................... ty.patton@drake.edu Mobile Number:................................................................................ 205-310-1271 Twitter:........................................................... @drakebulldogsfb, @DUBulldogs Website:.............................................................................. GoDrakeBulldogs.com

2014 Stetson Football 2014 Stetson Football Travel Information Warner University.................................... August 30 Method of Travel:................................................................ Charter buses Departure:...................................................... Saturday, August. 30, TBA Return:...................................................... Immediately following game

Birmingham-Southern................ September 18-21

Method of Travel:................................................................ Charter buses Departure:..............................Thursday, Sept. 18, 1:30 p.m. (Eastern) Overnight:...................................... Spring Hill Suites (Columbus, Ga.) Headquarters:......................................................Sheraton Birmingham Address:.................................2101 Richard Arrington Jr. Blvd., North .................................................................................Birmingham, AL 35203 Contact:.......................Matt Beard - matthew.beard@sheraton.com Phone:..................................................................................... 205-324-5000 Departure:.................................Saturday, Sept. 20, 4:45 pm (Central) Arrive in DeLand:...........................Sunday, Sept. 21, 2 a.m. (Eastern)

University of San Diego................... October 10-12

Method of Travel:......................................................Commercial Airline Flight Info:...............................Departure at 10 am on Friday, Oct. 10 Headquarters:.....................................................Marriott Mission Valley Address:............................ 8757 Rio San Diego Drive, San Diego, CA Contact:...................................................................................................... TBA Phone:..................................................................................... 619-692-3800 Departure:................................................................................................. TBA Arrive in DeLand:................................................... Sunday, Oct. 12, TBA

Davidson College.............................. October 23-26

Method of Travel:................................................................ Charter buses Departure:.................................................Thursday, Sept. 18, 1:30 p.m. Overnight:..................................Fairfield Inn & Suites (Columbia, SC) Headquarters:.......................................Charlotte Marriott City Center Address:..................................................................100 West Trade Street ......................................................................................Charlotte, NC 28202 Contact:.. Khadija de Lagarde - khadija.delagarde@marriott.com Phone:..................................................................................... 301-820-6136 Departure:................................................... Saturday, Oct. 25, 4:45 p.m. Arrive in DeLand:............................................... Sunday, Oct. 26, 2 a.m.

Campbell University........ October 30-November 2

Method of Travel:................................................................ Charter buses Departure:...................................................Thursday, Oct. 30, 1:30 p.m. Overnight:....................................... Courtyard Marriott (Florence, SC) Headquarters:...................................Raleigh Marriott Crabtree Valley Address:...................................................................... 4500 Marriott Drive ..........................................................................................Raleigh, NC 27612 Contact:.Kimberlee Hopkins - kimberlee.hopkins@marriott.com Phone:..................................................................................... 919-571-5305 Departure:.....................................................Saturday, Nov. 1, 4:45 p.m. Arrive in DeLand:................................................Sunday, Nov.. 2, 2 a.m.

Morehead State..................................November 15 Method of Travel:.................................................................Charter Flight Flight Info:......................................................Depart Saturday morning Departure:.........................................................Immediately after game Arrive in DeLand:................................................Saturday, Nov. 15, TBA

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oger Hughes led Stetson Football into its re-inauguration in 2013, 57 years after the Hatters last took to the gridiron, and continues to work tirelessly to build the program from the ground up. Hughes came to Stetson after 10 seasons as head coach at Princeton, where he won the 2006 Ivy League championship and was the only coach in the history of Ivy League football to improve his team’s win total by two games in three consecutive seasons. He is one of only five men to have served as head coach of Princeton football for at least a decade. That list includes a trio of College Football Hall of Famers: Bill Roper (1910-11, 1919-30), Charlie Caldwell (1945-56) and Dick Colman (1957-68). Hughes was an Eddie Robinson Award finalist for Coach of the Year honors in 2006, after leading a Princeton squad that was picked to finish sixth in the preseason media poll to a 9-1 record and the Ivy League title. The nine wins were the most at Princeton since the Colman-led 1964 team and the Ivy League title was the first for the Tigers in more than a decade. Even with an entirely new offensive line, his offense finished first in the Ivy League in both passing yards and total yards in 2006, and his senior quarterback, Jeff Terrell, became Princeton’s first Bushnell Cup winner (Ivy League Player of the Year) since 1995, when current Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett won the award. The 2006 Ivy League title followed a brilliant 2005 season, when the Tigers earned their first seven-win campaign since 1995. Hughes also had significant success helping his players move to the next level. In 2006 alone, four Tigers signed with NFL

teams. At Princeton, Hughes worked with the quarterbacks, as he does at Stetson, and his success is evident in the Tigers record books. Under his tutelage, three quarterbacks placed in the top six in all-time passing at Princeton. Hughes was named head coach at Princeton in January 2000, and he took a team starting 10 freshmen and sophomores to a 3-7 record in his first season. Along the way Princeton improved its Ivy League record by two games, to 3-4, and defeated a pair of 7-3 teams, Brown and Yale. Hughes coached 74 All-Ivy League players, including 24 first-team selections, and several All-America selections. He also coached nine District II Academic All-Americas, three Roper Trophy winners for the top senior male athlete at Princeton and two of the four winners of the 2000 National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete Award. During the 2002 season, running back Cameron Atkinson was one of 14 overall winners of the National Scholar-Athlete Scholarship, and he was the lone winner from the Ivy League. Hughes arrived at Princeton after eight years as offensive coordinator at Dartmouth, where he led an offense that propelled the Big Green to a 22-game winning streak and two Ivy League championships. While at Dartmouth, he helped develop Jay Fiedler into an NFL quarterback. Hughes helped the Big Green to Ivy League championships in 1992 and 1996. He coached players who set 14 of the top 15 school single-game passing and total

Year-By-Year Record

Season School Record Conf. Notes 2000 Princeton 3-7 3-4 2001 Princeton 3-6 3-4 2002 Princeton 6-4 4-3 2003 Princeton 2-8 2-5 2004 Princeton 5-5 3-4 2005 Princeton 7-3 5-2 2006 Princeton 9-1 6-1 Co-Champs 2007 Princeton 4-6 3-4 2008 Princeton 4-6 3-4 2009 Princeton 4-6 3-4 2013 Stetson 2-9 1-7 Total 11 years 49-61 35-42

Coaching Career

Years School 1983 Doane College 1984-85 Nebraska 1986-87 Doane College 1988 Wisc.-Whitewater 1989-91 Cameron 1992-99 Dartmouth 2000-09 Princeton 2010 Omaha (UFL) 2011- Stetson

Position Grad Assistant Grad Assistant Off. Coordinator Running Backs Off. Coordinator Off. Coordinator Head Coach Receivers Head Coach

vs. All Opponents Opponent Record B’ham So. 0-1 Brown 5-5 Butler 0-1 Campbell 0-1 Citadel 0-2 Colgate 2-7 Columbia 8-2 Cornell 6-4 Dartmouth 8-2 Davidson 1-0 Dayton 0-1

Opponent Record Florida Tech 0-1 Hampton 0-1 Harvard 2-8 Jacksonville 0-1 Lafayette 5-2 Lehigh 3-5 Marist 0-1 Mercer 0-1 Penn 2-8 San Diego 2-1 Warner 1-0 Yale 4-6

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yardage records, as well as four of the top five single-season totals. The 1996 team went 10-0, one of four teams in league history to do so. Born in Crawford, Nebraska, on September 4, 1960, Hughes played football (tight end) and golf at Doane College, graduating in 1982. He moved on to the University of Nebraska as a graduate assistant, helping coach the Cornhuskers to the 1984 Sugar Bowl and 1985 Fiesta Bowl while earning his Ph.D. in Exercise Physiology in 1987. His career then took him to the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, where

as running backs coach he helped his team to a conference championship and a berth in the NCAA Division III quarterfinals. His next stop was Cameron University in Lawton, Okla., where he spent three years as offensive coordinator and strength and conditioning coach. While at Cameron he also worked with the quarterbacks and the offensive line before leaving in 1992 to join John Lyons’ staff at Dartmouth. Hughes and his wife Laura have one daughter, Maddison, who is a freshman, and a member of the golf team at Doane College.

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olan Behrns joined Stetson as Director of Football Operations in August 2011. Behrns plans, coordinates and supervises all aspects of the administrative and operational activities of the football program, as well as any other duties assigned by Coach Hughes. Behrns got his start in football while an undergraduate at Nebraska-Omaha from 2007-10, serving as an offensive student assistant coach. He worked with the wide receivers and the defensive scout team as well as taking responsibility for all video operations and communications with UNO sports information. In the spring of 2010, Behrns also served as the tight ends coach for nearby Midland Lutheran College. Upon graduation from UNO in August 2010, he officially joined his alma mater as Director of Football Operations, coordinating recruiting, team travel, camps/clinics and life skills development among other duties for the Mavericks. When Nebraska-Omaha announced the decision to discontinue its football program in the spring of 2011, Behrns moved into the professional ranks as Assistant Director of Football Operations for the Omaha Nighthawks of the UFL. He assisted with team travel, housing, personnel transactions and other duties for Head Coach Jeff Jagodzinski’s squad.

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im Holt was named the Hatters offensive line coach on April 28, 2014. A native of Dighton, Mass., Holt has four years of coaching experience in the NFL, most recently with the Chicago Bears in 2012. He also spent three seasons as an assistant coach with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. As a player, Holt was a three-year letterman at Division II Southern Connecticut State University. He started his coaching career at his alma mater where he spent two seasons as a graduate assistant. Since leaving his alma mater, Holt has spent time coaching at Lehigh, Cornell, American International and Stonehill College. He also returned to his alma mater for four seasons from 2004-07, working with the offensive line before moving to coach the running backs. In 2009, Holt was hired as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers coaching intern, before becoming an offensive assistant, and then the assistant offensive line coach under then head coach Raheem Morris and offensive coordinator Greg Olsen in 2011. In his final two seasons with the Bucs, the team’s offensive line yielded 4.5 rushing yards per carry, seventh best in the NFL. Following his stint with the Bucs, Holt was hired by the Bears in 2012 to succeed Mike Tice, who was promoted to offensive coordinator, as offensive line coach under Lovie Smith. During his career Holt has worked with two Pro Bowl players, 21 All-Conference selections and three All-Americans. Holt is married and he and wife Bridget have four daughters – Madailein, Cailin, Aislinn and Tegwyn.

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fter more than two decades as a head coach, Tim Keating joined the Stetson football staff as receivers coach in 2012. Keating ended his almost two decade run as the most successful coach in McDaniel College history in 2011. His 11083-3 mark at the college is 50 wins better than the second most successful coach in school history. Keating’s teams won seven Centennial Conference titles during his career. The Green Terror ran off 33 straight conference wins en route to the handful of those championships. He also led the squad to five straight appearances in the NCAA playoffs between 1997 and 2001. For his efforts, Keating was named the Division III Coach of the Year by American Football Quarterly magazine following a 10-1 season in 1997. Prior to his stint at McDaniel, Keating orchestrated the turnaround of the Wesley College program in 1988. He inherited a club with a two-year mark of 0-17, then steadily improved the program to a 9-2 mark over five seasons. A native of Amherst, N.Y., Keating played football at Bethany College (W.Va.), where he picked up his 100th career win as a head coach in 2002. He graduated in 1975 with a degree in communications. Keating broke into the collegiate coaching ranks with a pair of two-year stints as an assistant at Georgetown (1978-79) and DePauw (1980-81). Keating followed DePauw coach Jerry Berndt to the University of Pennsylvania (198285), where he helped construct a dynasty that dominated the Ivy League. He then moved to Rice University for the 1986 and 1987 seasons. Keating and his wife, Claudia, have one son, Matt, who was a four-year attackman on the Green Terror lacrosse team while their daughter, Hillary, also earned a bachelors from McDaniel in 2009.

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harles Huff joined the Hatters coaching staff in July, 2014. Huff comes to Stetson from Northern Arizona University, where he coached defensive backs for three seasons. No stranger to Florida where he has extensive coaching experience, the Portal, Georgia, native played collegiately at Presbyterian College before a four-year NFL career that included two seasons with the San Francisco 49ers (1985-86) and two with the Atlanta Falcons (1987-88). He joined the 49ers the same season at Hall of Famer Jerry Rice, and played in the secondary alongside another Hall of Famer, Ronnie Lott. He started his coaching career in 1989 at his alma mater (1989-91) and has since made coaching stops at Murray State (1191-93),

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acob Behrns comes to Stetson from Wayne State College in Nebraska and will coach the Hatters’ tight ends. Behrns, who is the cousin of Director of Football Operations Nolan Behrns, holds degrees from both the Arizona Culinary Institute and Wayne State, where he earned a Bachelor’s in Sport Management in May. He started his career as a student coach at Nebraska-Omaha while also working as the team video coordinator. He worked as an assistant camp director at Wayne State before becoming tight ends coach there in 2011. He moved to coach running backs in 2013, all while serving as team video coordinator.

West Alabama (1993-94), Austin Peay State (1994-97), UCF (1997-2003), Norfolk State (2004), Florida A&M (2005-07), Miles College (2010) and Northern Arizona (2011-13). Throughout his career Huff has coached virtually every position on the defensive side of the ball. He will work with the defensive line for the Hatters. His recruiting ties in Florida are of specific strength. During his career, he recruited and coached defensive back and future NFL star Asante Samuel at Central Florida, as well as ends Elton Patterson (UCF), Reshard Jentry (UCF) and Anthony Hutch (Murray State) to All-America honors. Samuel and Patterson were both selected in the NFL Draft in 2003 in the fourth and seventh rounds, respectively. Samuel has been a three-time Pro Bowler and two-time Super Bowl champion during his career

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acob Iodence comes to Stetson from Northern Arizona and will work with the defensive backs. Iodence earned his Bachelor’s (2012) and Master’s (2014) degrees from Chadron State College in Nebraska. He started his college football career as a player at Iowa Central Community College before moving on to Chadron State. While working on his Master’s degree, Iodence was a graduate assistant coach, working with the running backs while serving as assistant video coordinator and football operations assistant. He moved on to Northern Arizona where he worked with the Lumberjacks’ quarterbacks and assisted with football operations.

and currently plays for the Philadelphia Eagles. As a collegiate player, Huff was a threetime All-American and all-conference selection at Presbyterian College. He holds school records for punt and kick return average and career interceptions (20). He graduated with a degree in history and education from Presbyterian in 1985. Huff and his wife Resa have three children - Daron, Trevin, Sharmar.

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randon Wright joined the Stetson staff as linebackers coach after spending the previous two seasons coaching defensive backs at Franklin College. He started his coaching career as an assistant coach at Ridge View High School in Columbia, S.C. Wright played for two years at Newberry College before suffering a career-ending shoulder injury. Afterward, he contributed to the football team with quality control responsibilities. He graduated from Newberry in 2005 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration and a minor in sociology. He then graduated from Strayer University with a master’s of business administration degree.

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rian Young joined the Stetson coaching staff from Cornell University in Ithaca, N.Y., in January 2012. He served as defensive backs coach for two seasons with the Big Red, but moved into the role of defensive coordinator for the Hatters. Young is a native of Savannah, Ga., and a product of Georgia Southern University where he played defensive back and earned a B.A. in Parks and Recreation Administration in 1997. He completed requirements for his Master’s Degree in Kinesiology from Georgia Southern in 2012. Young has a long and distinguished career as a football coach at multiple levels. He has coached professional players for several arena teams and also worked with the Buffalo Bills as a training camp assistant. He also had a successful tenure as a high school football and

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Matt Diniak joined the Stetson coaching staff on April 1, 2014. He will work with the Hatters’ running back. Diniak came to Stetson from St. Stephens Episcopal in Bradenton, Fla., where he served as offensive coordinator during the 2013 season. He previously served as an offensive quality control assistant at the University of South Florida during the 2012 season. A native of Gladstone, Michigan, Diniak played receiver and defensive back at Grand Valley State University where he played for current Notre Dame head ooach Brian Kelly. Following his collegiate playing career, he spent one season played in the Arena Football League for the Grand Rapids Rampage. He started his coaching career at his alma

basketball coach. Since 2005 he has primarily focused on coaching in the collegiate ranks. He spent five seasons on the coaching staff at Mississippi College, starting as secondary coach and special teams coordinator before adding the titles of recruiting coordinator and, finally, defensive coordinator. During his tenure at Mississippi College, which plays in NCAA Division III, he helped develop a pair of All-Conference defensive backs and also helped guide the team to a conference title.

He moved on to Cornell in 2010, helping the Big Red rank second in the Ivy League in pass defense that year and developing a pair of second team All-Conference performers over two seasons. Prior to his coaching career, Young spent the 2000 and 2001 seasons playing in arena football, first for the Bismarck (N.D.) Blaze and then for the Duluth (Minn.) Lumberjacks. His coaching career started with the Georgia Force of the Arena Football League and includes a tenure as a high school basketball coach where he led Savannah High School to a 32-2 record and a state runner-up finish.

mater in 2001, working as an assistant receivers coach on Kelly’s staff. He moved on from there to the University of South Florida in 2002 where he spent three seasons on Jim Leavitt’s staff as assistant defensive backs coach. He went to work for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers fo the 2005 season, working as an offensive scouting inter, a position he remained in until after the 2008 season.

Diniak returned to college coaching in 2008 at Assumption College in Massachusetts. During four seasons there he help multiple jobs, including quarterabcks coach, special teams coordinator and strength and conditioning coordinator. Diniak and his wife Angela have two children, Braylon (8) and Liliana (4).

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fter spending more than three years away from the state of Florida, Longwood native Brad Lokey has returned home to serve as the Director of Strength and Conditioning at Stetson University. A former member of the United States Marine Corps, Lokey will oversee the strength and conditioning program for all 19 of Stetson’s varsity sports. Lokey is a certified Strength and Conditioning Coach by the Collegiate Strength & Conditioning Coaches Association as well as by the National Strength & Condi-

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itch VanSumeren has served as a student assistant coach for both football and lacrosse for two seasons. He is studying sports business and will graduate in 2015. A native of Flushing, Mich., he graduated from Flushing HS in 2010. While in high school he was actively involved with the football team, student leadership organization, city youth council and the Mid-Michigan Rural Football League. Much of his previous coaching experience is in football. He was a head coach in the Mid-Michigan Rural Football League for two seasons (2009-10). During that time he compiled a 12-0 record and was the youngest coach in league history to win a championship. After arriving in DeLand in 2011, he accepted a job with St. Barnabas Episcopal School as an assistant football coach. The Crusaders went 8-0 and went on to win the Athens Athletic Conference title.

tioning Association. He is also certified as a personal trainer. Lokey comes to Stetson from Cumberland University in Tennessee where he was the Director of Strength & Conditioning. Before that, he spent six months working in the Georgia Tech Strength and Conditioning department – primarily working with the football, softball, swimming and diving and cheerleading squads for the Yellow Jackets. It was during his time at Georgia Tech when Lokey completed his practicum and internship hours to earn his certification as a strength and conditioning coach. He also spent time working with the football, men’s and women’s basketball and wrestling teams at UT-Chattanooga. Lokey was the first head Strength and Conditioning Coach and Fitness Center Manager at Webber International University in Babson Park, Fla., working in that position for two years. He was responsible for the 19-sport Warriors program, designing and implementing workout programs for all sports, implementing and analyzing results to test the effectiveness of the programs and creating a computer

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eyrick Lamb will transition to a role as a student assistant coach after injuries curtailed his playing career. A native of Mount Carmel, Pa., Lamb attended Mount Carmel Area High School where he finished his career with 3,650 yards rushing. He was a member of the 2009 and 2011 District 4AA Championship and 2010 2A Eastern Conference Championship teams and also competed in wrestling and track. He was a National Honor Society member and on the Distinguished Honor Roll as well as being a member of SADD, the Ski Club, the Art Club and the Chess Club. Full name is David Meyrick Lamb Jr. He was born on December 15, 1992, in Mount Carmel, Pa., to Tracy Berkoski and David Lamb. He has one brother, Travis Berkoski. Is a Sport Management major.

data base for workouts for student-athletes. Lokey was born in Shelbyville, Tenn., but grew up in Florida, graduating from Lyman High School in Longwood. He received his bachelor’s degree in Recreational Administration with minors in Biology and Coaching from Central Methodist University in Fayette, Mo., in December of 2006. He played football for four years at LHS and two years at CMU before spending four years of honorable military service in the Marine Corps prior to completing his scholastic-athletic endeavors. He earned a master’s degree in Business Administration and Sport Management from Webber International in 2009. Lokey is a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (CSCCa). Lokey possesses three credentials from the NSCA including; Registered Strength & Conditioning Coach (RSCC), Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and Personal Trainer (CPT). He is also Strength & Conditioning Coach Certified (SCCC) and is recognized as an approved mentor by the CSCCa.

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ustin Reynolds will transition to a role as a student assistant coach after injuries curtailed his playing career. A native of Winter Haven, he attended Lake Region High School in Eagle Lake, Fla. , where hlayed fullback and linebacker. He was a four-time honorable mention All-County selection and was named team Player of the Year in 2011. Received the Scholar-Athlete Award for football at his school as well as the FACA Academic Award. Full name is Justin Patric Reynolds. He was born on April 17, 1993, in Roswell, Ga., to June and Steve Reynolds. He has one brother, Stephen Jr., (39), and two sisters, Stephanie McNamara (41) and Brittni Reynolds (23). His father is a high school football coach. Has plans to serve in the Air Force after college. Is a Psychology major.

The 2014 Coaching Staff

Kevin Jurenko began as the Equipment Room Supervisor for Stetson Athletics in July of 2012. He is in charge of ordering, distributing, fitting, and maintaining all Stetson equipment throughout the season, specifically working with football, men’s and women’s soccer, and lacrosse. Jurenko also oversees the other two equipment managers in the department. He comes to Stetson following a five year stint at Tennessee State University as Head Equipment Manager. Before TSU, Jurenko served as head equipment manager at Sacred Heart University, and spent time working at both Marshall and Virginia. Before TSU, Jurenko served as head equipment manager at Sacred Heart University for two years, working with many teams including the Pioneers’ football program.

Jurenko has worked as a graduate assistant equipment manager with Marshall University from 2000-2001, and as an assistant with football at the University of Virginia during the 2003-04 season. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in secondary education from Marshall in 1999. While working as a student manager with the football program at Marshall, Jurenko was a

part of the Thundering Herd’s FCS National Championship and four Mid-American Conference Championships. Jurenko is a certified member of the Athletic Equipment Managers’ Association and a member of the American Football Coaches Association. He is married to the former Elizabeth Landrum of Palm Harbor, Fla. The couple has one daughter, Vivien.

The 2014 Coaching Staff

2014 Stetson Football Staff

Football Video Crew Football Trainers

L-R: Lauryn Hunter, Andrew Kovachy, David Krazeise

2014 Stetson Hatters Captains

L-R: Kim Charles, Jenni Hughes, Alex Sullivan, Andrew Robinson and Jacob Hellwig

L-R: Donald Payne, Ryan Powers, Ryan Tentler and Mike Yonker

The 2014 Stetson Hatters … Was named honorable mention All-County selection … Was a part of the team that won the 2010 D2-AA West Region Championship team ... Played in the AutoZone Liberty High School All-Star game ... Also competed as a long jumper and triple jumper in track ... Was a member of the National Honor Society and the National Spanish Club Honor Society ... Was involved with Bridge Builders. Personal: Full name is Glenn Adewale Adesoji ... Was born on September 12, 1994, in Queens, NY ... Parents are Remi and Gafar Adesoji … Has one sister, Shola (25) … Chose Stetson because of football, the academics, and the location … Is a Integrative Health Science major.

High School: Was a three-year letter winner for coach Rodney Harris at Palm Beach Central HS ... Handled punts, kickoff and placement kicks ... Also lettered in soccer, wrestling and track ... Averaged 40 yards per punt as a junior and senior ... Received a 4.5 star rating by Khol’s Kicking ... Set a school record with a 90 yard punt ... Helped his team to back-to-back District titles ... Attended the Ohio State kicking camp in 2012 ... Was an honor roll student and was involved in the Culinary Academy Theatre. Personal: Full name is Jordan Martin Acham ... Was born on January 25, 1996, in Boynton Beach ... Is the son of Wendy and Roger Acham ... Has one brother, Tyler ... Chose Stetson over Miami, FIT and Jacksonville ... Is a Business Administration major.

Freshman (2013): Saw action in nine games, starting eight ... Was credited with a total of 21 tackles, including 13 solo stops ... Had one TFL, which came against Campbell (11/2) ... Was credited with a fumble recovery at Jacksonville (11/16) ... Had an interception in the game at Butler (10/5) ... Was named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll. High School: Attended Christian Brothers High School in Memphis, TN … Played cornerback and safety … In his career, he had 90 tackles, 17 pass break-ups and three interceptions

Freshman (2013): Saw action in five varsity games, starting four, and one JV game ... Was credited with 18 kickoffs, averaging 53.4 yards per kick ... Was credited with one touchback and had one kickoff out of bounds.

High School: Was a three-year letter winner in both football and baseball at Century HS in Hollsboro, Ore. ... Played running back, receiver, linebacker and safety on the football team ... Was selected as an All-Conference player at both safety and running back ... Was also an All-Conference selection as an outfielder ... During his senior season he recorded 98 tackles, including 19 for loss, along with three sacks, to forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and two interceptions ... Helped team to a City Championship in 2012 ... Was a Student Government Director of Athletics ... Was a member of the National Honor Society and a Scholar-Athlete award winner ... Was the Jaguar Sportsmanship Award winner ... Was selected to the Homecoming Court all four years ... Served as a Special Olympics volunteer and worked with the Oregon Food Bank and the Salvation Army on food collection ... Chose Stetson over Western Oregon, Portland State, Northern Arizona and Montana. Personal: Full name is Zachry Benjamin Allen ... Was born on June 19, 1996, in Portland, Ore. ... Is the son of Kim and Ben Allen ... Has one brother, Elijah (11) ... His dad played college football at Portland State from 1988-91 ... Is a Business Administration major.

High School: Was a four-year letter winner on both the football and baseball teams at New Trier Township HS ... Played linebacker and running back in addition to serving as the kicker and punter ... Was a pitcher and third baseman on the baseball team ... Also played basketball for two years and played club soccer ... Helped team to conference titles in baseball and basketball as a freshman and baseball, basketball and football as a sophomore ... Helped his club soccer team to a league title in 2011, earning a berth in the state tournament ... Was the Nike Field Goal Winner and Event Champion in 2012 (Chris Sailer Kicking) ... Was also the Eastern Showcase Champion in 2012 (Kohl’s Kicking) ... Was a 5-Star Kicker with a National Ranking of 27 by Jamie Kohl Top 45 Kicking Prospect, Kohl’s ESPN National Ranking and Chris Sailer Kicking ... Was a National Punting Champion for Class of 2013 ... Was a Chris Sailer Kicking Top Kicker in America Qualifier and one of only nine sophomores in the nation to be invited to Kohl’s Underclassman Challenge in Orlando in 2011 ... Was ranked by Prep Baseball Report as the Top Illinois Prospect. Personal: Full name is Grant Michael Amick ... Was born on November 8, 1994, in Evanston, Ill. ... Is the son of Debbie and Dennis Amick ... Has one brother, Brett (26), and one sister, Ashley (29) ... His cousin, Mädchen Amick, is an actress with multiple TV and movie credits, including the series “Twin Peaks” as well as movies “Sleepwakers” and “Trapped in Paradise” ... His father played college football at the University of Iowa ... His brother played football and lacrosse at Carleton College ... His sister competed on the crew team at Georgetown and went on to medical school at the University of Michigan ... Chose Stetson over Colorado, Baylor, SMU, Georgetown, Iowa and Minnesota ... Is an Economics major.

The 2014 Stetson Hatters two years, he totaled 27 receptions for 464 yards … Competed in track and field as well as soccer. Personal: Full name is Calvin John Armatas ... Was born on January 10, 1994, in Tampa ... Is the son of John and Sezette Armatas and Caron Armatas ... Has two brothers, Mac (19) and Logan (16), and one sister, Isabella (6) … Chose Stetson because of its academics and the new program … Undecided on his major … Considers his father his greatest personal influence.

High School: Completed his prep career at St. Augustine’s College in Nassau, Bahamas, after playing for three years at the Darlington School in Rome, Ga., for coach Thomas Atha ... Played running back for one season after two years as a defensive end ... Was active in the band in high school, playing in the Stadium Band, Steel Drum Bank and Concert Band ... Competed as a sprinter on the track team for one year and also played soccer ... Helped his track team to a region title and competed in the sectionals ... Helped the football team to a state playoff appearance, earning second team All-State honors ... Prep highlight came against King’s Ridge when he rushed for 185 yards and three touchdowns against the top ranked defensive unit in Georgia. Personal: Full name is Harold Devaughn Antor ... Was born on April 9, 1994, in Langston, Okla. ... Is the son of Sabrina and Harold Antor ... His aunt, Weldene Vaneps, lives in Apopka ... Is a Finance major ... Chose Stetson because of the Roland George program.

Was selected as an honorable mention preseason All-American by USA Football.

Was selected as a preseason All-American (third team) by USA Football ... Was named to the preseason All-PFL team. Freshman (2013): Was selected as a second team All-PFL player at defensive back ... Was a starter in all 11 games for the Hatters ... Finished seventh on the team in total tackles with 39, including 26 solo stops ... Had a season-high nine total tackles against Birmingham-Southern (9/21) ... Led the PFL and ranked fourth in the nation in interceptions with six ... Recorded his first pick in the season-opener against Warner (8/31) ... Had a pick six in the game against Birmingham-Southern (9/21), returning the interception 48 yards ... Had single interceptions against Dayton (10/12) and Marist (10/26) ... Had a pair of picks against Jacksonville (11/16) ... Also had a fumble recovery against JU ... Finished the year with nine total pass breakups. High School: Went to Trinity Christian Academy for three years before finishing at The Potter’s House Christian Academy … Played corner back and receiver during his career … Was named defensive player of the week after having two interceptions and four tackles in one game … Was a member of the 2010 TCA state championship team and the 2011 PHCA state and national championship team.

Freshman (2013): Saw action in seven varsity games, starting one, and two JV games ... Had three receptions on the year for 14 yards ... Was credited with a tackle in the game against Campbell (11/2). High School: Attended Tampa Catholic High School … Played receiver for the Crusaders ... In

Personal: Full name is Christopher Marquis Atkins … Was born on August 2, 1994, in Jacksonville, Fla. … Parents are Johnetta and Rafael Atkins … Has two brothers, Rafael, Jr. (23) and Daryl Bouchee, and one sister, Johneshia Bouche (26) … Chose Stetson because of the opportunity to leave a legacy and because it is close to home … Is a Digital Arts major.

Freshman (2013): One of four team captains ... Saw action in all 11 games, 10 as a starter ... Was an honorable mention All-Pioneer Football League selection ... Finished fifth on the team with 58 total tackles, including 26 solo stops ... Had a season-high 11 tackles against Campbell (11/2) ... Was second on the team with 9.5 tackles for loss ... Had a season-high three TFL against Davidson (11/9) ... Had three sacks on the year ... Was credited with blocking a kick at Jacksonville (11/16) ... Was named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll. High School: Attended Whitney M. Young High School in Chicago … Played defensive end and tackle, as well as offensive tackle … Had 120 tackles and 12 sacks in his career … Team leader in sacks and tackles in 2011-12 … Named Most Valuable Defensive Lineman in 2010 and 2011 … Named 2011 ISHFCA All-State Academic Team for Class 7A ... Also played tennis in high school ... Was an honor roll student ... Served as a freshman mentor in the Youth Urban League Personal: Full name is Davion Lynn Belk ... Was born on July 14, 1994, in Chicago ... Parents are David Sauls and Vivian Belk … Has three brothers – Daniel Belk-Sauls (12), Kendred Belk (16) and Jermaine Belk (28) – and one sister, Davita Sauls (31) … Chose Stetson because of Athletics, Academics, and the Atmosphere … Is a Marketing major.

The 2014 Stetson Hatters sive MVP honors ... Finished his senior season with 128 tackles, including five for loss and one sack ... Chose Stetson over Florida Tech. Personal: Full name is Austin Deane Bess ... was born on April 29, 1996, in Tallahassee ... Is the son of Jami and Dwayne Robinson and Deane Bess ... Has two brothers, Dejay Robinson (14) and Devin Robinson (11), and one sister, Miracle Bess (19) ... His God-father is Mike Bloomgren, the assistat head football coach at Stanford ... Is a Computer Science.

Freshman (2013): Saw action in all 11 games as a reserve defensive back and special teams player ... Was credited with 15 tackles on the year ... Had a season-high four tackles twice -vs. Warner (8/31) and vs. Dayton (10/12) ... Was credited with a pair of forced fumbles -- one against Davidson (11/9) and one at Jacksonville (11/16) ... Was credited with one QB hurry ... Was named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll.

Prior to Stetson: Spent the 2011 season as a freshman at Lenoir-Rhyne University in Hickory, NC ... Earned recognition on the South Atlantic Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll ... Redshirted, did not play ... Transferred and enrolled at Stetson in January, 2013. High School: Played one season at Westminister Academy, and three at the Pine Crest School ... Played on both the offensive and defensive line ... Also lettered for two years in weight lifting ... Was a first team All-County selection by the Sun-Sentinel and a second team All-County pick by the Miami Herald ... Was a member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Full name is Stephen Michael Benson ... Was born on February 3, 1992, in Ft. Lauderdale ... Is the son of Diana and David Benson ... Has one brother, Stewart (18) and one sister, Camille (14) ... His father played collegiately at Lenoir-Rhyne ... Is a Business Management major ... Was attracted to Stetson by the small class sizes.

High School: Was a three-year letter winner for coach Jarrod Hickman at Florida HS in Tallahassee ... Played on both the defensive and offensive lines ... Was also a three-year letter winner on the wrestling team, earning second team All-Big Bend all three years ... Was an honorable mention All-Big Bend selection in football as a senior while earning team defen-

High School: Was a three-year letter winner at Williams Field HS ... Also lettered one year in track ... Helped team to a 43-9 record over four seasons ... Led his team, and was second in the state, in tackles as a junior with 98 ... Missed his entire senior season after suffering a preseason knee injury ... Was a high school teammate of fellow Stetson Hatter Mason Johnson ... Chose Stetson over Lehigh, Arizona State and Arizona. Personal: Full name is Nicholas James Bialkowski ... Was born on December 6, 1995, in South Field, Mich. ... Is the son of Sondra and Ron Bialkowski ... Has one brother, Brandon (23), and one sister, Lauren (21) ... His brother played quarterback at Lehigh University ... Is undecided on a major.

High School: Was a three-year letter winner as a member of the football team at St. Paul’s ... Was also a two-year letter winner on the basketball team ... Football team was 32-7 over his three seasons ... Was a Mobile Press-Register honorable mention All-District selection ... Recorded 127 tackles during his senior season, including six sacks ... Finished his career sixth in school history in career tackles ... Was an honor roll student and was named to the headmaster’s list. Personal: Full name is James Eldridge Boudreaux ... Was born on July 16, 1994, in Mobile, Ala. ... Is the son of April and Chris Boudreaux ... Has one brother, Christopher (22), who is on the football team at Wofford ... Chose Stetson over The Citadel ... Is a Sport Management major.

The 2014 Stetson Hatters Had 69 pass break-ups, 100 solo tackles, 99 assisted tackles, and four interceptions in his playing career … In a game in 2010, had game-winning interception with 20 seconds left … Set school record for pass break-ups in a season with 37 … First team All-Region by the coaches poll in 2010-2011/2011-2012 … First team All-North Fulton by The Neighbor Newspaper in 2010-2011/2011-2012 … First Team All-North Georgia by the coaches poll in 2011-2012 ... Also lettered in basketball ... Was a member of the National Honor Society

High School: Was a two-year letter winner as a running back and linebacker ... Was an honorable mention All-County selection ... As a senior, rushed for 505 yards on 94 carries and had nine receptions for 148 yards, scoring a total of six touchdowns ... Helped his team to a 6A state title in 2011. Personal: Full name is Craig Anthony Carrington ... Was born on February 5, 1996, in Tallahassee ... Is the son of Terry Carrington-Joseph and Michael Joseph ... Has one brother, Michael Joseph (12), and two sisters -- Nubia Joseph (14) and Sahara Joseph (5) ... Is a Business Administration major.

Freshman (2013): Saw action in all 11 games, nine as a starter ... Scored the first touchdown in the modern era of Stetson football in the opening game against Warner (8/31) on a seven-yard pass from Ryan Tentler ... Finished the year second on the team with 30 receptions and second with 335 receiving yards ... Led the team with four TD catches ... Set the tone for his season in the opener with six receptions for 85 yards and two scores ... Tied his season-high with six receptions against Campbell (11/2) ... Had a season-best 113 receiving yards against the Camels ... In addition to his six TD catches, he also had a two-point conversion reception at Butler (10/5) ... Was also credited with two tackles.

Freshman (2013): Saw action in 10 games, one as a starter ... Was credited with six total tackles fr the season ... Had a season-high two stops twice -- at Florida Tech (9/7) and vs. San Diego (9/28). High School: Attended Milton High School in Milton, Ga. … Played corner back and safety in high school, as well as return specialist …

High School: Went to East Lake High School in Tarpon Springs, Fla. … Played corner back and wide receiver for the Eagles … In 2012, he had more than 500 yards receiving and four touchdowns … Member of the 8A District Championship team in 2011 ... Also played soccer ... Was an honor roll student and a member of the National Honor Society.

Personal: Full name is Christian Chase Coleman ... Was born on March 31, 1994, in Atlanta ... Parents are Kim and Elisa Coleman … Has one sister, Stephanie Montelih-Schroeder (30), and one brother, Blake (16) … His father was formerly the VP of Public Relations for the Atlanta Hawks and is currently an assistant basketball coach at Emory University ... Two cousins, Steve and Bryan Prudholme, are music producers out of Malibu, Calif. … Cousin Ron Monteilh, played football for the University of Colorado … Father played football at Eastern Oregon State … Chose Stetson because it was a great fit academically and athletically … Is an International Business major.

Personal: Full name is Robert Christopher Coggin … Was born on March 24, 1994, in East Lake, Fla. … Parents are Laura and Chuck Coggin … Has one sister, Kate (19) and one brother, Charlie (25) … Father played football at Samford and Middle Tennesee and his uncle, Mark Saso, played basketball at the University of Florida … Chose Stetson because of football and the academics … Is a Sport Management major.

The 2014 Stetson Hatters

High School: Was a three-year letter winner as a running back and defensive back for coach Jason Holden at Lake Placid HS ... Also lettered for three years on the basketball team and for four years on the weightlifting team ... Was named teams’ 2011 defensive back of the year ... Received the coaches award in 2012 ... Was named most outstanding player in 2013 ... Twice won coaches award as a member of the basketball team ... Was active in the Student-Government Association, the National Honor Society and the Drum Line ... Chose Stetson over Memphis and UCF. Personal: Full name is Marquavein Dakahrae Copeland ... Was born on May 6, 1996, in Avon Park, Fla. ... Is the son of Donna and Robert Copeland ... Has a cousin, Bradley Battles, who played football at USF from 2010-13 ... Is a Biology major.

Freshman (2013): Saw action in all 11 games, nine as a starter ... Led the team with 33 total receptions ... Was third on the squad with 332 receiving yards ... Had five rush attempts for seven yards ... Led the team with 14 punt returns for 107 yards ... Best game came in the season finale at Mercer (11/23) when he had six receptions for 45 yards and his only touchdown. High School: Went to Pompano Beach High School for two years and Cardinal Gibbons High School for the last two … Played wide receiver in high school … In three years, collectively, he had 52 receptions for 699 yards and seven touchdowns … In a game against Miami Norland his senior season, he had eight catches for 198 yards … Was named BCAA All-County Second Team ... Also lettered in track and field. Personal: Full name is Christopher Maurice Crawford ... Was born on February 27, 1994, in Lauderdale Lakes ... Parents are James and Synithia Crawford … Has three sisters, Asia and Raven (Twins, 15) and Alexis (21) … Chose Stetson because how friendly the students were and the academic benefits of the university … Is an Accounting major … Considers Jerry Rice his greatest athletic influence.

High School: Was an outside linebacker and defensive end at St. Thomas Aquinas HS ... Was the recipient of the Presidential Award and was a member of the Principal’s Honor Roll ... Was active in the First Tee golf program as well as the Powerhouse student ministries ... Helped his team to a Class 7A state title in 2010 and 2012 ... Squad posted a 38-5 record over his last three seasons ... Was credited with 30 tackles, including five sacks, during his senior season. Personal: Full name is Edward Benjamin Curry ... Was born on August 9, 1995, in Lauderhill, Fla. ... Is the son of Cheryl Cox-Curry and Edward Curry, Sr. ... Has one brother, Evan ... His dad played college football at Morehead State University from 1971-74 and his mom ran track at Evangel University from 1984-87 ... Is an Integrative Health Science with an eye toward sports medicine.

High School: Was a four-year varsity letter winner for coach Doug Edick at Amsterdam HS ... Also lettered in track ... Team posted a 26-11 record over four seasons ... Was a three-time All-League and All-Area selection ... Was twice named third team All-State ... Was voted class treasurer.

High School: Was a four-year letter winner in football for coach Scott Vogel at Christian Brothers HS ... Also lettered in track for four years ... Played safety, corner, receiver ad tight end during his prep career ... Team posted a 33-13 record over his four seasons.

Personal: Was born on October 20, 1996, in Amsterdam, NY ... Is the son of Lori Insognia and Jim Cranker ... Has one brother, Jonathan Cranker (9), and three sisters -- Carolyn Cranker (11), Alexis Insognia (10) and Allison Cranker (7) ... Is a Business Administration major.

Personal: Full name is Devin Ledell Davis ... Was born on March 19, 1996, in Memphis, Tenn. ... Is the son of Nieka and Frizell Davis ... Has two brothers -- Aaron (16) and Jaden (11) ... His father played football at the University of Maine from 1990-94 and in the Arena Football League ... His

The 2014 Stetson Hatters God-brother, Earl Barron, has played professional basketball in Turkey, the Philippines, Italy, Puerto Rico and for several teams in the NBA, most recently the New York Knicks in 2013 ... His cousin, Charles Reid, Jr., played college football at Mississippi State (1979-83) and his uncle Fred Tillis played college football at Alcorn State (1974-78) ... Was a high school teammate of current Hatter Glenn Adesoji ... Is an Integrative Health Science major.

Prior to Stetson: Attended Jireh Prep in Charlotte, NC, for a year of post-graduate work. High School: Was a two-year letter winner at quarterback for coach Jay Campos at Sabino HS after lettering for two years at Amphi HS ... Also lettered in track as both a sprinter and thrower for four years ... Lettered in basketball for two years ... Led his team to a 10-1 record in 2013, losing in the state semifinals ... Squad was 11-2 in 2012 before also losing in state semis ... Overall in his career he led his team to a combined 38-8 record and three state playoff appearances ... In basketball, his team went 29-3 in the 2009-10 season, finishing as state runner-up ... Honors included being named Class 4A Division 2 Player of the Year, earning Player of the Week honors for that Division 10 times, being named All-City and NUC All-American ... Was rated as one of the top 10 quarterbacks in the west ... Competed in martial arts, twice earning world titles and winning eight national titles ... Best performance his senior season included 276 yards passing and 251 yards rushing with six touchdowns ... Posted a national top 10 in the shot in 2013 with a throw of 63.5 feet ... Chose Stetson over a host of schools, including Princeton, Cornell, Yale, Dayton, Butler, Northwestern and others ... Was a four-year honor roll student who graduated with a 4.2 GPA. Personal: Full name is Gaven Kaleb DeFilippo ... Was born on February 23, 1995, in Tuscon ... Is the son of Jean DeFilippo and Mark Nickel ... His cousin, John DeFilippo, is the quarterbacks coach for the Oakland Raiders ... He played QB at James Madison from 1996-2000 ... Another cousin, Gene DeFilippo, Jr., played at Springfield College from 1970-73 and recently retired as the Director of Athletics at Boston

College after having served in the same role at Villanova ... His great uncle, Gene DeFilippo, Sr., played college football at Holy Cross in 1946-47 ... Another great uncle, Lou DeFilippo, played at Fordham University before a career in the NFL for the New York Giants and Baltimore Colts from 1941-48 ... His cousin Lou DeFilippo, Jr., played at Purdue from 1962-65 ... Is a Business Management major.

Freshman (2013): Saw action in all 11 games as a reserve tight end ... Had one reception on the season, it went for a one-yard touchdown against Birmingham-Southern (9/21). High School: Attended DeLand High School … Played tight end for the Bulldogs … Lettered his final three years of high school … Was a member of the 2009 6A state runner-up team … Had two catches for 28 yards in 2011, but was primarily a blocker … Was a part of 33 wins in his career at DeLand High. Personal: Full name is Jacob Taylor Dunn … Was born on October 9, 1993, in DeLand … Parents are Debbie and Pete Dunn … Has one sister, Emily (19) … His father is the wellknown head baseball coach for the Stetson Hatters … His father played professional baseball in the Kansas City Royals system after playing at Stetson … Chose Stetson because of the location and opportunity … Is a Sport Management major with hopes of working for a Major League Baseball team.

Freshman (2013): Was a starter in all 11 games for the Hatters ... Ranked third on the team in total tackles with 61, including 40 solo stops ... Had a season-high 11 tackles at Butler (10/5) and had 10 stops at Marist (10/26) ... Recorded eight total tackles for loss to tie for third on the team ... Recorded a fumble recovery against Birmingham-Southern (9/21) ... Was credited with eight QB hurries to lead the team and had three pass breakups ... Was named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll. High School: Went to Tampa Catholic High School … Played safety, running back, and kicker … Member of the 2009 team that won the District and finished as Runner-Up in the state for 2A … Named All-Hillsborough County … His 2011 HSPD NFL 7-on-7 tournament team advanced to the national finals in Cleveland ... Also played soccer and participated in the 100 meter, 200 meter and pole vault in track and field. Personal: Full name is Zachary Oliver Dyer ... Was born on March 24, 1994, in Tampa ... Parents are Adina and Greg Dyer … Has two brothers, Garrett (23) and Derek (28), and one sister, Mackenzie (18) … Brother, Garrett, played lacrosse at FGCU ... His uncle, Wayne Peace, played football at Florida, and his cousin, Robby Shields, plays minor league baseball in the N.Y. Mets organization … Undecided on a major.

The 2014 Stetson Hatters High School: Attended Lake Brantley High School in Altamonte Springs, Fla. … Played offensive and defensive line for two years … Received the Coaches Award his freshman year and the Patriot Award his senior year … In his two years of football, the team made the playoffs … Lettered four years in track and field ... Received SAC All-Academic team honors ... Was a member of the National Honor Society, the French Honor Society ... Was on the student council and a member of Psi Eta.

Freshman (2013): Saw action in one varsity game and three junior varsity tilts ... Had three carries for seven yards in his only varsity action against Warner in the opener ... Was named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll.

High School: Was a four-year letter winner on the offensive line for North Fort Myers HS ... Was a first team All-Area and All-Distrit selection ... Was a Rotary All-Star as a senior ... Was an honor roll student.

High School: Spent his first three years of high school in Germany before finishing in Arkansas ... Saw action in his prep career as a running back, linebacker, defensive end, kicker and kick returner ... Also lettered for two years in soccer and competed in track ... Earned the US Army Reserve National Scholar/Athlete Award as a senior ... Was also a second team All-Conference pick as a senior ... Was named to the All-Europe All-Star team as a junior ... Was named first team All-Europe as a running back as a sophomore and junior ... Was the Offensive MVP of the 2010 Division II Championship game ... Was also named second team All Conference as a defensive lineman after his sophomore and junior seasons ... Was named Academic All-Conference four times ... As a senior in Arkansas, he rushed for 910 yards on 196 carries with 15 touchdowns ... As a junior, in Germany, he rushed for 1,242 yards and 20 touchdowns on just 115 carries, averaging almost 11 yards per carry ... Rushed for 907 yards and 11 touchdowns as a sophomore ... Was a member of the National Honor Society and the FBLA ... Was selected All-Conference in soccer as a senior ... Earned numerous academic awards and was involved in the Duke University Talent Identification Program ... Received the J. Ollie Edmunds Scholarship ... Is a certified US Soccer Federation referee and played for FC Bitburg ... Received the President’s Education Award for 2013 ... Graduated with high honors.

Personal: Full name is Matthew Tyler Edwards ... Was born on April 24, 1996, in Cape Coral ... Is the won of Teri and Matthew Edwards ... Has one brother, Nicholas (16) and three sisters -Brittany (24), Kaelee (21) and Samantha Hammond (27) ... Is a Sport Management major.

Personal: Full name is Kyle Jordan Edgar ... Was born on April 12, 1995, in Lakenheath, England ... Is the son of Connie and Robert Edgar ... Has one sister, Tristyn (15) ... His father is active duty service man in the US Air Force ... His cousin, Daniel Focht, played for the Phoenix Coyotes and Pittsburgh Penguins of the NHL ... Chose to attend Stetson even after being accepted into the US Air Force Academy ... Is a Political Science major.

Sophomore (2013): One of four team captains for the year ... Played in and started all 11 games at center ... Played a total of 747 offensive snaps during the year ... was credited with 38 total knockdown blocks to rank second on the team ... Had one reception on a trick play against Jacksonville (11/16), but was knocked out of bounds at the one-yard line after a oneyard gain ... Was credited with three tackles ... Graded at 89 percent for the year ... Was named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll. Freshman (2012): Helped to get the Stetson football program off the ground. 2011: Redshirted at Stetson ... Earned recognition on the Dean’s List ... Was heavily involved in hosting many of the players who were recruited to bring back the Stetson program.

Personal: Full name is Fletcher Harrison Eldemire ... Was born on July 13, 1992, in Altamonte Springs ... Parents are Jim and Kim Elsemire … Has two brothers, Max (29) and Casey (25) … His brother Casey played football at Lehigh University from 2007-11 … Chose Stetson because of the academic integrity of the university as well as getting the chance to play football … Said the people he would most like to meet are members of the 1957 Stetson football team ... Studying Pre-Med Biology with plans to attend medical school.

High School: Was a three-year letter winner for coach Don Phillips at Lincoln HS ... Played tight end, defensive end and linebacker ... Also lettered for two years on the basketball team ... Was a M.A.C. honorable mention selection as both a junior and senior ... Recorded 67 tackles as a senior after posting 57 as a junior ... Chose Stetson over Robert Morris and Coastal Carolina ... Was a member of the National Honor Society and was President of the German Club. Personal: Full name is Jeffrey Dean Fallabel ... Was born on August 5, 195, in Ellwood City, Pa. ... Is the son of Cherie Sullivan and Joseph Fallabel ... Has one brother, Joey (21), and two sisters, Jozie Fallabel (16) and Breonna Sullivan (10) ... Is undecided on a major.

The 2014 Stetson Hatters ... Chose Stetson because of the coaching staff, weather and academic reputation. Personal: Full name is Jackson Lee Finfrock ... Is the son of Susan Finfrock ... Was born on December 28, 1995, in Dayton, Ohio ... Has two brothers -- Anthony Campbell (27) and Nicholas Campbell (25) ... His brother, Anthony, played football at Holy Cross from 2006-10, helping team to a Patriot League title in 2010 ... Was named defensive Player of the Year as a senior ... His brother Nick played college football at Trinity College from 2009-13, eaning conference special teams player of the year honors as a senior while helping the team to a 51-game win streak ... Plans to major in Finance.

Freshman (2013): Saw action in all 11 games as a reserve defensive back ... Was credited with a total of seven tackles during the year ... Had a season-high three tackles at Marist (10/26). High School: Was a standout three-sport star at South Sumter High ... Was a four-year letter winner in football, playing quarterback and defensive back ... Was also a four-year letter winner in baseball, playing middle infield and outfield ... Also lettered for three years in basketball as a guard ... Helped South Sumter football to a pair of 4A District titles ... Was named the FACA District 8 Player of the Year in basketball ... Was a member of the National Honor Society and an honors graduate. Personal: Full name is James Oakley Farmer ... Was born on April 15, 1995, in Gainesville ... Is the son of Veronica and James Farmer ... Has one brother, Brandon (13), and one sister, Briana Woods (23) ... Is an Integrative Health Science major.

High School: Was a three-year letter winner for coach Mike Golden, playing receiver and free safety ... Was a first team All-Conference and second team All-District selection ... Was selected as a team captin ... Recorded 54 tackles as a senior, including six for loss with three sacks ... Had an interception and nine pass breakups ... Had 173 receiving yards and two touchdowns

Freshman (2013): Saw action in just one varsity game and three JV tilts ... Had three punts against Warner (8/31) in the season-opener, averaging 34.7 yards with a long of 43 ... Two of his three punts resulted in fair catches ... Was named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll.

Freshman (2013): Started all 11 games for the Hatters on the offensive line ... Played a total of 641 snaps on the year ... Led the team with a total of 40 knockdown blocks ... Graded at 91 percent for the year ... Suffered an injury in the season finale and missed spring practice after surgery. High School: Attended Benedictine Military School … Played offensive tackle and earned two letters … Named a team captain his senior year … Was the Terrence Hennesy Award Winner … First Team All-Region 3AAAAA … First Team All-Greater Savannah … Savannah QB Club Lineman of the Week ... Was an honor roll student as a senior ... Was a Captain in the high school JROTC program ... Was in the Spanish Club ... Was a BC Sports Camp counselor.

High School: Served as a punter, kicker and safety over five years playing at Augusta Christian School ... Also lettered for three years in baseball ... Was a 2011 All-Area selection as a punter, averaging 41.5 yards per punt ... Was also named the 2011 Independent School Punter of the Year ... Played in the SCISA North/South All-Star game ... Earned an award for best Hang time from the Ray Guy Atlanta Academy ... Took third place in the regional punt, pass and kick competition ... Was a 2012 All-Region selection in baseball and was selected to the SCISA North/South All-Star game ... Was named team MVP in baseball and owns the school record for doubles. Personal: Full name is Eric Thomas Fogle ... Was born on December 20, 1993, in Atlanta ... Is the son of Tom and Melea Fogle ... Is a Sport Management major.

Personal: Full name is Patrick Joseph Fogarty, Jr. ... Was born on July 27, 1994, in Savannah, Ga. ... Parents are Kim and Pat Fogarty, Sr. … Has one brother, Sean (18) … His mother played volleyball at Louisiana Tech and his cousin, Chase Roberts, is a freshmen on the Georgia Tech football team … Chose Stetson because of the chance to continue playing football and the chance at a great education … Is a Sport Management major. High School: Was a four-year letter winner for coach Danny Britt at Benedictine Military School in Savannah ... Also was a three-year letter winner on the basketball team and lettered one year in tennis ... Earned second team

The 2014 Stetson Hatters All-Region and honorable mention All-Area honors in football as a senior ... As a junior, recorded 35 tackles with three forced fumbles, two interception, two pass break up and a blocked kick ... As a senior had 54 tackles with three forced fumbles, an interception and three breakups ... Helped his team to a 13-1 record and a region title as a senior ... Was a teammate of Stetson teammate Patrick Fogarty ... Chose Stetson over Presbyterian, Birmingham Southern and Berry College ... Was a member of the National Honor Society and was selected to the GHSA All-Academic team.

Personal: Full name is Patrick James Franklin ... Was born on May 5, 1995, in St. Petersburg ... Is the son of Patricia Sawyer-Hampton and Dorian Hampton ... Chose Stetson over Georgetown, Duke, Florida Atlantic and Louisiana-Lafayette ... Is an Integrative Health Science major.

Personal: Full name is Conrad Clinton Fonseca III ... Was born on September 10, 1995, in Savannah, Ga. ... Is the son of Lucy and Clinton Fonseca ... Has one brother, Spencer (16) ... His grandfater, Conrad Clinton Fonseca, played college football at Tennessee-Chattanooga from 1956-59 ... Has a cousin, Stephen Shea, who was a pitcher at Furman in 2005-06 ... Is an Integrative Health Science major.

Freshman (2013): Saw action in all 11 games, six as a starter on the offensive line ... Played a total of 429 snaps on the year ... Was credited with 19 knockdown blocks ... Graded at 81 percent for the year ... Was credited with two tackles, both in the game at Butler (10/5) ... Was named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll. Freshman (2013): Saw action in five varsity games and all three JV tilts ... Did not record any statistics in varsity play ... Was named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll.

Freshman (2013): Saw action in the three junior varsity games. High School: Was a five-year letter winner in football at the Canterbury School where he played running back, defensive back, return specialist, receiver and linebacker ... Also lettered for four years in basketball and two years in track ... Helped the football team to district titles in 2009 and 2011 ... Basketball team was a two-time district runner up ... Was a two-time first team All-County selection ... Was named to the Pinellas County Southside All-Star team after finishing his senior season second in the county with 1,345 yards rushing ... Was twice named second team All-County in basketball ... Finished his prep career with 2,454 rushing yards and 37 touchdowns to go with 758 receiving yards and another 17 scores ... Finished with 285 total tackles in his career, including 173 solo stops ... Had 13 career interceptions ... Was the runner up in the Mayor’s Youth Showcase of Achievement in 2013 ... Was a member of the National Honor Society ... Was involved in SADD, the Pathfinders Mentoring Program, was a teen volunteer at Hospice of Florida Suncoast and a volunteer at ASAP.

High School: Was a four-year starter and letter winner in football, playing receiver for three years before moving to safety as a senior ... Also started for two years on the basketball team and two years as a high jumper on the track team ... Helped his team to Lehigh Valley Conference, PIAA District 11 and PIAA District 2-4-11 sub-regional titles his senior season ... Had five touchdown receptions and averaged 15 yards per catch as a senior ... Also had two interceptions, one of which he returned 79 yards for a touchdown ... Was selected as a McDonald’s All-Star as a receiver, holder and special teams player ... Was selected to the Lehigh Valley Conference All-Star team as a senior ... Was district champion in the high jump ... Was on this high honor roll ... Spent time volunteering with the Miracle League and Special Olympics.

High School: Attended Cardinal Newman High School in West Palm Beach … In his four years of football, he played left and right guard, center, defensive tackle, nose guard and outside linebacker and was a team captain … Was awarded the Father Farrell Award … Also played baseball and lacrosse ... Was a member of the National Honor Society and was actively involved with Habitat for Humanity. Personal: Full name is Sean Joseph Gannon ... Was born on January 26, 1994 in Wellington, Fla. ... Parents are Melissa and James Gannon … Has one brother, Jeremy (17) and one sister, Chloe (13) … Considers Jim Thorpe his greatest athletic influence … Is a Finance major.

Personal: Full name is Andrew Marcus Fuehrer ... Was born on March 25, 1995, in Allentown, Pa. ... Is the son of Lori and Mark Fuerher ... Has two sisters, Rachel (23) and Rebecca (15) ... His sister, Rachel, plays basketball and runs track at Elizabethtown College ... Chose Stetson over Colgate, Princeton, Millersville and Rhodes ... Is undecided on a major.

Freshman (2013): Saw action in nine games, one as a starter, at linebacker ... Was credited with 12 total tackles during the season ... Had two tackles for loss, including a sack, in the game at Florida Tech (9/7) ... Was also credited with one QB hurry and one pass breakup. High School: Was a four-year letter winner

The 2014 Stetson Hatters son of Pynie and Ty Gonzales ... Has one sister, Brook ... Chose Stetson over Navy and The Citadel ... Is undecided on a major.

as a linebacker at Lassiter HS ... Also lettered his freshman year as a third baseman on the baseball team ... Helped his team to a pair of regional titles, including an undefeated regular season as a senior ... Overall prep record over four years was 37-10 ... Was an honorable mention All-County selection as a senior ... Was credited with 156 solo tackles and 73 assists during his prep career ... Had seven career sacks, including five as a senior, and 19 career tackles for loss ... Forced five fumbles and recovered eight in his career. Personal: Full name is Ryan Thomas Gildea ... Was born on December 28, 1994, in Dunwoody, Ga. ... Is the son of Tana and Tom Gildea ... Has two brothers, Kory (17) and Jack (15), and one sister, Meaghan (21) ... Chose Stetson over Mercer, Presbyterian and Furman ... Is undecided on a major.

High School: Was a two-year varsity letter winner for coach Bob Hudson at East Lake HS ... Team posted a 24-3 record over his two seasons ... Also lettered on the track team for two years, competing in the shot ... Was a first team All-County pick, and an honorable mention All-Sun Coast pick, by the Tampa Bay Times ... Was also an honorable mention selection to the All-Tampa Bay Regional Elite team ... Was a 2013 regional qualifier in the shot ... Was a member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Full name is Jared Alexander Gleason ... Was born on October 31, 1995, in Dunedin ... Is the son of Andrea and Jim Gleason ... Has two brothers -- Thad (18) and Tucker (13) ... Has one sister, Alexandra (15) ... His father played college football at MIT from 1990-92 ... Plans to major in Finance.

Freshman (2013): Saw action in the three JV games during the year. High School: Was a four-year letter winner as a long snapper and offensive lineman at West Orange HS ... Was active in Habitat for Humanity and Upward Sports. Personal: Full name is Gary Hans Gotling ... Was born on May 3, 1995, in Winter Garden ... Is the son of Paula and Gary Gotling ... Has one sister, Savannah (18) ... Is a Business Management.

High School: Was a four-year football letter winner for coach Tom Able at Wellington HS ... Also earned two letters in wrestling and two in track & field ... Posted a 38-9 record as a wrestler, earning first team All-Conference and honorable mention All-County honors ... Was a district champion ... Was also All-Conference and All-County in track ... Earned All-Area honors in football from the Palm Beach Post ... Played running back, tight end, receiver and linebacker ... Was named to the honor roll all four years of high school. Personal: Full name is Devin R. Gillotte ... Is the son of Veronica and Adrian Gillotte ... Was born on March 17, 1995, in Middletown, Ohio ... Has one brother, Ashton (14), and one sister, Alexandra (18) ... Wants to follow in his fathers’ steps and become a police officer and, eventually, a forensic criminalist.

Freshman (2013): Saw action in three varsity and three JV games during the year ... Was credited with two total tackles. High School: Lettered for four years in both football and weightlifting and Gainesville HS ... Helped his team to a state runner-up finish in football ... Was named to the Class 6 A Super 11 in Central Florida ... Was also named one of the top six wrestlers in Class 6A. Personal: Full name is Alex Ty Gonzales ... Was born on June 22, 1995, in Columbia, SC ... Is the

Freshman (2013): Saw action in 10 games, one as a starter ... Finished the season with three tackles, including two solo. High School: Went to Tampa Bay Tech High School … Played defensive end and linebacker for the Titans … In his career he totaled 89 tackles, 12 sacks and 15 hurries … Had four sacks in one game his senior season … Helped his team to three 7A District Championships from 2009-11 ... Was an All-County selection ... Was selected as the defensive line MVP at the National underclassmen combine ... Was also the defensive line MVP at the Scout.com combine ... Team captain ... Was an honor roll student ... Was active in the FCA.

The 2014 Stetson Hatters Personal: Full name is Andrew Michael Green … Was born on September 6, 1993, in Lancaster, Texas … Parents are Angela and Aundre Green … Has one sister, Alicia Green … His father played basketball at Fisk … Chose Stetson because of academic reputation … Is a Business Management major.

receiver and long snapper ... Also lettered for four years as a starter in center field in baseball ... Was a second team All-Region pick as a freshman, and a first team All-Region as a sophomore, junior and senior ... Was also first team All-Area his last three years and All-Metro as a senior ... Was recognized as a National Scholar-Athlete and was the Worth County winner of the Wendy’s High School Heisman award ... Was active in the Beta Club and the FCA. Personal: Full name is Marlin Kendall Hall ... Was born on November 1, 1994, in Sylvester, Ga. ... Is the son of Tamatha and Curtis Hall ... Is a Physics major.

Moving from defensive line to offensive line for the 2014 season. Freshman (2013): Saw action in all 11 games, two as a starter at defensive tackle ... Was credited with nine total tackles, including 1.5 TFL ... Had a season-high three stops vs. Dayton (10/12) ... Was named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll.

Freshman (2013): Saw action in three junior varsity games ... Was named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll. High School: Was a four-year letter winner on the offensive line for Pinellas Park ... Helped his team to its first district title as a senior ... Graduated Summa Cum Laude ... Was able to complete an AA degree at St. Petersburg College while still in high school ... Spent time volunteering with Suncoast Hospice and with Teen Court. Personal: Full name is Trevor James Guy ... Was born on November 22, 1994, in Clearwater ... Is the son of Debbie and David Guy ... Has one brother, Spencer (14) ... Is a Psychology major.

Freshman (2013): Saw action in four varsity games and three JV games ... Was credited with three tackles, all against Dayton (10/12) and two for loss ... Was named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll. High School: Was a four-year letter winner in football, playing defensive back, linebacker,

High School: Was a four-year letter winner for coach John Booth and Bloomingdale HS ... Also lettered one year on the track team, throwing the shot ... Was an All-Western Conference selection as a senior in addition to being named to the East Hillsborough County All-Star team ... Was seleected as team MVP and Defensive MVP as a senior ... Was selected as a team captain for both his junior and senior seasons ... Was selected for the Scholar-Athlete Award by the National Football Foundation ... Was a member of the Honors Court and Fellowship oif Christian Athletes ... Recorded 130 tackles as a senior with 15 TFL, including 5.5 sacks ... Had 104 tackles as a junior with seven TFL and three sacks ... Finished his career with 348 tackles, 26 tackles for loss and 10.5 sacks ... Chose Stetson over VMI, The Citadel ad the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. Personal: Full name is John Michael Hester ... Was born on November 17, 1995, in Ft. Lewis, Wash. ... Is the son of Christine and Johnny Hester ... Has one brother, Joshua (16), and two sisters, Jessica (20) and Julianne (14) ... His uncle, Dan Lyle, played college football at VMI before becomming an international rugby star and a member of the U.S. National Team ... His sister, Jessica, is a swimmer at Marymount University ... Is a Sport Management major and plans to enter the Army as an Infantry Officer.

High School: Was a three-year letter winner, starting on both the offensive and defensive line, at Langley HS ... Helped his team earn a berth in the Northern Region playoffs all three years ... Was twice named to the VHSCA AllState team ... Was twice named to the Virginia Preps All-State team as an offensive lineman ... Was a two-time All-Metro selection by the Washington Post ... Was an All-Northern Region selection three times at guard and once as a defensive lineman ... Was named to the Roanoke Times Top 100 Seniors list ... Set several school records in weight lifting, including 500 pounds in the bench press, 675 in the squat and 325 in the clean ... Was selected as the Scholar Athlete of the Year by the Pigskin Club of Washington, DC ... Was a four-time winner of the Langley High Scholar-Athlete Award and the Langley High Academic Award. Personal: Full name is John Pope Howerton ... Was born on February 3, 1995, in Alexandria, Va. ... Is the son of Nancy and John Howerton ... Has one brother, Tyler (16) ... His father was an All-American and was selected to the Hall of Fame at Shepherd University ... His grandfather, Cig Howerton, was an All-American at Randolph-Macon College and is a member of the RMC Hall of Fame ... His other grandfather, Jim Ford, played at Notre Dame ... His uncle, Cal Howerton, also played at Randolph-Macon College ... Is undecided on a major.

The 2014 Stetson Hatters and Shauna Jones … Has one sister, Gracen (17) … Chose Stetson because of the opportunity to be a part of the resurrection of the Stetson football program … Intends to study Pre-Law.

including two against San Diego (9/28) ... Had his lone interception in the season opener against Warner (8/31) ... Was credited with one pass breakup ... Was named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll. High School: Attended Monarch High School in Coconut Creek, Fla. … Played safety and wide receiver for the Knights … Had 84 tackles in 2012, which led the team … Was named third team All-County in football and baseball … Was selected as a starter for the Broward County All-Star game ... Helped his baseball team to a district title ... Was named male athlete of the year at MHS ... Was a member of the Debate Club.

High School: Was a five-year letter winner as a corner back and safety at Campbell HS ... Also competed in track in the triple jump and 100 meter dash, and in basketball ... As a senior he recorded 72 tackles, including 50 solo stops ... He had two interceptions, forced and recovered a fumble and had 12 pass breakups ... Was an honor roll student. Personal: Full name is Chancellor Korleh Jackson ... Was born on November 22, 1995, in Smyrna Ga. ... Is the son of Christine Werah and Robert Jackson ... Has one brother, Chauncey Werah (17) ... Is a Communications and Media Studies major.

Freshman (2013): Saw action in three junior varsity games. High School: Went to Carl Albert High School in Midwest City, Okla. … Played wide receiver and defensive back … Led his team in tackles and pass break-ups in 2011-2012 … Named a Class 5A-1 All-District in 2012 by The Daily Oklahoman … Member of the 2009-2010 5A State Championship team ... Also lettered in track as a sprinter ... Was an honor roll student ... Served as an intern with the Rice Law Firm for two summers. Personal: Full name is Trezdun LaMont Jackson ... Was born on January 31, 1994, in Oklahoma City, Okla. … Parents are Craig Jackson

Freshman (2013): Saw action in all 11 games, starting one, as a backup safety ... Was credited with a total of 20 tackles ... Had a season-best four tackles twice -- at Jacksonville (11/16) and at Mercer (11/23) ... Had three tackles for loss,

Personal: Full name is Robert Bernard Jakubek … Was born on December 14, 1993, in Coconut Creek, Fla. … Parents are Mary Jane Ingram and Jake Jakubek … Has two brothers, Riley Ingram (10) and Rusty Ingram (11), and one sister, Jade Jakubek (12) … Chose Stetson because it was close to home, great academics and the coaching staff … Undecided on a major but wants to be either an athletic trainer or coach.

The 2014 Stetson Hatters 77 touchdowns, 472 rushing yards, and 18 rushing touchdowns … In a game against Hart (11/4/11), he was 17-23 passing with 279 yards and three touchdowns, as well as rushing seven times for 34 yards with two touchdowns … Set school career records in passing yards, passing touchdowns, and rushing touchdowns … Named 2011 All CIF First Team Quarterback … Named First Team All Foothill League QB in 2010 and 2011 … Was the 2011 Daily News All Area First Team Quarterback.

Freshman (2013): Saw action in three varsity games and three junior varsity games ... Was credited with a total of three tackles.

Personal: Full name is Jonathan Garfield Jerozal ... Was born on November 5, 1994, in Santa Clarita, Calif. ... Parents are Heidi and Raymond Jerozal … Chose Stetson because of the academics, the coaching staff, the location, and the athletics … Is a Sport Management major … Considers John Wooden to be his greatest athletic influence.

High School: Was a three-year letter winner in football, earning All-County honors as a senior ... Finished his senior season with 73 total tackles, including 58 solo stops ... Was an A/B Honor Roll student ... Served as vice-president of the FBLA.

High School: Spent two years at Williams Field HS and two years at Higley HS ... Was a twoyear letter winner in both football and basketball ... Was a second team All-Conference selection ... Was a high school teammate of fellow Stetson Hatters Nick Bialkowski. Personal: Full name is Mason Edward Johnson ... Was born on April 3, 1996, in Phoenix, Ariz. ... Is the son of Valery and Troy Johnson ... Has one sister, Sydney (13) ... Is a Political Science major.

Personal: Full name is Dearmis Quindell Jamison ... Was born on November 11, 1994, in Shreveport, La. ... Is the son of Constance Jamison and Dewey Gaither ... Has two brothers, Danzell (27) and Auderick (24), and one sister, Keyaiza Gaither (21) ... Chose Stetson over Marshall ... Is a Digital Arts major.

Freshman (2013): Saw action in six games during the season, starting three at linebacker ... Was credited with 13 total tackles during the year ... Had three QB hurries and one pass breakup. High School: Was a four-sport standout at South Sumter, earning multiple letters in football (4), basketball (1), weight lifting (3) and track (4) ... Helped his football team to a district title and a regional runner up finish ... Was selected as a Central Florida All-Star ... Captured the Turnover Trophy by creating seven turnovers as a senior ... Was an honors graduate and a member of the National Honor Society. Freshman (2013): Saw action in eight games as the backup quarterback ... Completed 39of-67 pass attempts for the year for 303 yards and one touchdown with six interceptions ... Rushed for 104 yards and a touchdown on 28 carries ... His rushing touchdown came against Dayton (10/12) ... Best game was at Butler (10/5) when he completed 11-of-15 passes for 104 yards and a touchdown while rushing for 36 yards on 10 carries. High School: Attended Canyon High School in Canyon Country, CA … He played quarterback for three years for the Cowboys … In his three years, he amassed 8,178 passing yards,

Personal: Full name is Devyn Phillip Jessmer ... Was born on December 21, 1994, in Bushnell ... Is the son of Shewanda Hall and Joan and Phillip Jessmer ... Has one brother, Jarvis Payne (14), and two sisters, Kylie (17) and Landree (3) ... Is an Integrative Health Science major andplans to go to Physical Therapy school.

Moving from defensive back to defensive end for the 2014 season. Freshman (2013): Saw action in three varsity and three junior varsity games ... Was credited with one tackle. High School: Was a four-year letter winner in football at Lake Mary, playing both receiver and outside linebacker ... Also letter for two season in basketball, earning team Defensive Player of the Year honors following his senior season ... Football team posted a 29-15 record over his four seasons and made one state playoff appearance and played in one bowl game ... Was rated as a two star athlete on Rivals.com and as the #255 receiver in the nation ... Was ranked as the #265 overall prospect in Florida and was named to the Super 60 watch list ... Recorded 50 tackles, including five sacks and 11 tackles for loss as a senior ... Set a school

The 2014 Stetson Hatters squat record at his position at 495 pounds ... Was teammates with fellow Hatter Bryne Jenkins ... Was a member of the Principal’s Honor Roll all four years of high school and was a member of The Order of Golden Fleece Society ... Served as a volunteer youth coach with the Lake Mary Football Association.

San Diego State ... Chose Stetson over Harvard, Cornell, Lehigh and others ... Is a Business Administration major.

Personal: Full name is Devon Amin Jones-Stewart ... Was born on February 22, 1994, in Orlando ... Is the son of Charida Babcock ... Has one brother, Elizah Stewart (2) ... Is the Godson of Terry Jackson, who played football at the University of Florida and with the San Francisco 49ers, and Merlakia Jones, who played basketball at the University of Florida and in the WNBA ... His cousin, Tom Hammonds, played basketball at Georgia Tech and in the NBA ... His grandfather, Michael Lee, was a track athlete at Florida State ... Plans to go to medical school after college so that he can become a team physician ... Is a Political Science major.

36.4 yard on five punts ... For the season he averaged 38.7 yards on 73 punts with a long punt of 70 yards at Florida Tech (9/7) ... He had a total of 21 punts that were fair caught, 18 that were downed inside the 20 with just two touchbacks and had eight punts of 50 yards or better ... Was 6-of-13 on te year on field goal attempts with a long kick of 40 yards twice ... Averaged 46.5 yards on his only two kickoffs ... Was 16-of-18 on PAT kicks for the year ... Was named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll. High School: Played at St. Thomas Aquinas High School … He saw time at punter, kicker, corner back, safety, and wide receiver … In 2011, he had a punt that went 79 yards … Member of the 2010 State and National Championship team that went 15-0 … Also played soccer ... Awarded second team Defense ... Was named to the Principal’s honor roll ... Played in high school with Major Wright, who currently plays for the Chicago Bears.

High School: Was a four-year letter winner in football for coach Darrel Sutherland ... Also lettered for three years in wrestling, three years in track and four years in weightlifiting ... Was an All-County selection as a senior ... Helped his football team to region titles in 2011 and 2013 ... Helped track team to state titles oin 2012 and 2013 ... Was an honor roll student.

Personal: Full name is James Richard LaGamma ... Was born on November 8, 1993, in Plantation ... Parents are Lori and Richard LaGamma … Has one brother, Dillon (16) … Chose Stetson because of the quality education, football and the campus life … Considers his parents his greatest influence ... Is an Accounting major.

Personal: Full name is Travis Daniel Keller ... Was born on September 8, 1995, in Harve de Grace, Maryland ... Is the son of Mary and Ronald Keller ...Has one brother, Brady (16), and one sister, Faith (13) ... Is a Business Administration major.

Freshman (2013): Saw action in one varsity game and three JV games ... Did not record any varsity statistics ... Was named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll. High School: Was a three-year letter winner in football, a four-year letter winner in track and also lettered for one year in basketball ... Helped his team to a pair of Eastern League titles ... Team posted a 32-7 record over his three seasons ... Was named to the San Diego Union-Tribune’s All Academic team three times ... Was a first team All-Eastern League selection as a senior ... Recorded 57 tackles during his senior season with five interceptions and nine pass breakups ... Scored eight touchdowns ... Was a first team All-Western League selection in track as a senior ... Was a Cum Laude graduate, a member of the Principal’s Honor Roll and recipient of the Scholar Athlete Award. Personal: Full name is Tristan Luke Juarez ... Was born on February 27, 1995, in San Diego, Cal. ... Is the son of Sonia Cano and Sebastian Juarez ... Has two sisters, Tiana Cano (14) and Alexis Serrano (6) ... His cousin, Shelby Murphy, plays soccer at Point Loma Nazarene University and on the Irish National Team ... His grandfather, Octavio Cano, played football at

Freshman (2013): Started all 11 games as the Hatter’s long snapper on punt and field goal/ PAT kicks ... Was credited with one tackle ... Was named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll.

Was selected as an honorable mention preseason All-American by USA Football. Freshman (2013): Started all 11 games as the Hatters’ punter and place kicker ... Was selected as an honorable mention All-Pioneer League player ... Was named co-PFL Special Teams Player of the Week following the Hatters’ opening win over Warner ... In that game he scored the Hatters first points in more than 50 years with a 34 yard field goal ... He also scored a touchdown on an eight-yard run on a fake field goal attempt ... He was a perfect 4-of-4 on PAT kicks in the gam and averaged

High School: Was a four-year letter winner for the Bulldogs at DeLand High where he played receiver and was the long snapper ... Helped his team to consecutive 8A District titles as a junior and senior ... Was an honorable mention All-Area selection by the Daytona Beach News-Journal ... Was a Magnum Cum Laude Honor Roll student. Personal: Full name is James Mitchell Lane ... Was born on April 1, 1995, in DeLand ... Is the son of Denise and James Lane ... Has two brothers, Jarrett (24) and Jacob (15), and one sister, Macy (9) ... Is an Integrative Health Science major ... Chose Stetson over Florida Atlantic.

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Freshman (2013): Started all 11 games for the Hatters at linebacker ... Finished the year fourth on the team in total tackles with 60 ... Tied for third on the squad with eight tackles for loss ... Was second on the team in sacks with four ... Was credited with a pair of QB hurries and one forced fumble ... Had a season-high 11 tackles in the season finale at Mercer (11/23) ... Was named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll. High School: Was a three-year letter winner, playing tight end and defensive end, at Salesianum School in Wilmington, Del. ... Helped his team to a state title in 2009 ... As a junior, recorded 37 total tackles, with 12 tackles for loss and nine sacks to go with a pair of interceptions ... Followed up as a senior with 32 tackles, 14 for loss with eight sacks, and three interceptions ... Was invited to play in the Blue/ Gold All-Star game, recording a pair of receptions for 62 yards and scoring on a five-yard run ... Also lettered in basketball ... Was named to both the Principal’s List and the Academic Honor Roll ... Was involved in the Delaware Foundation Reaching Citizens. Personal: Full name is David Scott Lazear, Jr. ... Was born on May 10, 1994, in New Brunswick, NJ ... Is the son of Dave and Theresa Lazear ... Has three brothers – John (17), Christoper (13) and Matthew (9) – and one sister, Brittany (21), who is a swimmer at the University of Delaware ... His father played basketball at Eastern Michigan (1980-84) ... Has an uncle, Brian Coffee, who played college football at Mount Union (1986-90) ... Is a double major in Economics and Chemistry and wants to go to medical school.

Freshman (2013): Saw action in 10 games, two as a starter at running back ... Had 64 carries on the season for 153 yards and one touchdown ... Had 11 receptions on the season for 50 yards ... Had six kickoff returns for 98 yards, averaging 16.3 yards per return ... Finished the season with 301 all-purpose yards. High School: Lettered in football for one year at Northwest Cabarrus High and his last two years at Hough High ... Was a first team All-Conference selection as a senior as well as a first team All-Lake Norman pick ... Was selected as a team captain ... Rushed for 2,707 yards in his prep career with 32 rushing touchdowns ... In just two years at Hough set school career records for rushing yards and touchdowns ... Also lettered in track and basketball ... Was an honor roll student and was selected as one of the Top 100 Black Men of Charlotte ... Spent time volunteering with the Second Harvest Food Bank. Personal: Full name is Dre’an Remeal Long ... Was born on October 26, 1995, in Muncie, Ind. ... Is the son of Dionne and Samuel Long ... Has one sister, Samone (16) ... His father played college basketball at Indiana-Purdue Ft. Wayne (IPFW) and Indiana Tech ... Chose Stetson over Ball State and Davidson ... Is an Integrative Health Science major.

High School: Was a four-sport athlete in high school ... Spent three years at Westside HS in Houston before completing his final year at H.M. King HS in Kingsville ... Served as a quarterback and receiver in football, earning four letters ... Earned three letters in baseball as a pitcher and outfielder ... Earned one letter in basketball and one in track where he competed in multiple events ... Was an All-District selection in baseball in 2010 and in football in 2012 ... Had 33 receptions for 674 yards and 12 touchdowns as a senior ... Was named to the Principal’s honor roll. Personal: Full name is Christopher Robert Lykins ... Was born on November 15, 1994, in Houston ... Is the son of Charity Lykins-Arguello and Abe Arguello ... Has one sister, Melanie (11) ... His uncle Huascar Barradas is a Latin Grammy nominee who lives in Caracas, Venezuela ... His father played college baseball at the University of Houston and was later on the coaching staff at UH ... He currently serves as the recruiting coordinator at Texas A&M University/Kingsville ... Chose Stetson over Texas A&M-Kingsville and UCF ... Is an Elementary Education major.

Freshman (2013): Saw action in 11 games, 10 as a starter at linebacker ... Tied for sixth on the team in total tackles with 39 ... Was credited with three tackles for loss, including one sack, Was also cred-

The 2014 Stetson Hatters High School: Was a four-year letter winner in both football and volleyball at Nevada Union ... Was named second team All-Sierra Foothill League as a senior ... Was a second team AllLeague pick in volleyball as a junior, first team as a senior ... Was selected to the Sacramento Area Optimist All-Star team as a senior ... Had 25 receptions for 395 yards and four touchdowns as a senior ... Also recorded 59 tackles, including three sacks, and an interception ... Was an Honor Roll student ... Received the Albert Ali Award as the Male Athlete of the Year at Nevada Union.

ited with one pass breakup ... Two best outings came in the final two games of the year when he had seven tackles at Jacksonville (11/16) and eight at Mercer (11/23), including a sack ... Was named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll. High School: Went to Bishop O’Dowd High School in Oakland, CA … Played linebacker, tight end, and offensive line … Had a combined 77 total tackles, three sacks, one fumble recovery and one safety … Member of 2010 and 2011 Hayward Area Athletic League Champions … First Team All-HAAL Offensive Line Right Guard in 2010 … 2011 All-HAAL Academic Team ... Was chosen to be a lifetime member of the California Scholarship Foundation ... Was an honor roll student ... Was named the outstanding junior male at Bishop O’Dowd ... Was a major of Filipino Club and the San Leandro Youth Advisory Commission ... Also lettered in track and field and baseball ... Personal: Full name is Ignacio R. Madrid IV ... Was born on February 26, 1994, in Oakland ... Parents are Gladys and Ignacio Madrid … Has one sister, Livia (14) … The opportunity to continue playing football, academics, and the coaches were central in his decision to choose Stetson … Is a Chemistry major and hopes to attend dental school.

Freshman (2013): Saw action in all 11 games, four as a starter on the offensive line ... Played a total of 438 snaps ... Was credited with 20 knock down blocks ... Graded at 80 percent for the season ... Was named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll. High School: Was a four-year letter winner on the football team and twice lettered on the track team in the shot ... Was an All-Region selection as both a junior and senior ... Was named to the Gainesville Times Elite 11 ... Participated in the Semper Fidelis Bowl combine ... Was an honor roll student and recipient of the Spartan Shield, signifying an exemplary student. Personal: Full name is Blake Hampton Manning ... Was born on May 13, 1995, in Orlando ... Is the son of Heather Nevius and Matt Manning ... Has one brother, Austin (15), and one sister, Brooke (17) ... Has two step-brothers, Charlie (16) and Taylor (16) ... Has an uncle, Bill Manning, who played college football at the Air Force Academy ... Is a Business Administration major.

High School: Played for two years at Oakleaf HS in Orange Park before finishing his last two years at First Coast High in Jacksonville ... Was named defensive back of the year at Oakleaf in 2011 ... Ranked in the top 10 in the conference in tackles in 2012 with 76 ... Helped his team to three consecutive 7A district titles ... Was an Honor Roll student. Personal: Full name is Eric DeWayne Martin ... Was born on July 10, 1996, in Jacksonville ... Is the son of Veronica and Fred Martin ... Has a brother, Fred Martin, Jr., and a sister Erica Martin ... Chose Stetson over Middle Tennessee, Wake Forest, Mercer and FAU ... Is a Business Administration major.

Freshman (2013): Saw action in five varsity games and two JV games ... Played a total of 69 snaps in varsity tilts ... Was credited with seven knock down blocks ... Graded at 73 percent for the season ... Was named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll. High School: Attended Tampa Catholic High School … Played offensive line for the Crusaders … Was a member of the 2B State-Runner Up team in 2009 … Was a part of 22 wins in his career … Awarded the 2012 Football Coaches Award … Played basketball for four years. Personal: Full name is Tyler James Magill ... Was born on October 31, 1993, in Tampa ... Parents are Lynn Edwards Magill and Clint Magill … Has one brother, Nathan (25), and one sister, Alyssa (19) … Chose Stetson because it close to home and he had the opportunity to be a part of the new program … Is a Sport Management major.

Personal: Full name is Austin Phillip Marks ... Was born on September 16, 1994, in Pleasanton, Cal. ... Is the son of Andrea and Troy Marks ... Has one sister, Sarah (17) ... Is an Integrative Health Science major ... Chose Stetson over Sacramento State and Humboldt State.

Freshman (2013): Saw action in eight varsty games, three as a starter at tight end, as well as three JV games ... Had five receptions on the year for 61 yards ... Scored his only touchdown in the win over Davidson (11/9).

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Freshman (2013): Saw action in eight games, two as a starter at full back ... Missed the final three games with an injury ... Finished the year with 47 yards rushing on 19 carries ... Had 11 receptions for 68 yards ... Was credited with two tackles. High School: Was a four-year letter winner at Ponte Vedra HS, primarily playing running back ... Also lettered in weight lifting as a sophomore and junior ... Helped his team to consecutive District titles in class 5A in 201112 ... Team advanced to the third round of the state playoffs in 2011, finishing with an 11-2 record ... Was a first team All-County selection as a sophomore rushing for 978 yards and 12 touchdowns ... Followed up with another first team All-County selection in 2011, as well as first team All-First Coast and second team All-State after rushing for 1,875 yards with 28 touchdowns ... That season included a 165 yard, four touchdown, effort against Bartram Trail which earned him Player of the Week honors from WJXT ... Closed his prep career in 2012 with 1,675 yards rushing and 25 touchdowns to earn first team All-County and AllFirst Coast and second team All-State honors ... Was selected as the 5A Disctrict MVP by the 5A coaches ... Had a 227 yard rushing performance with five touchdowns against Nease ... He set school records for career rushing yards (4,425) and touchdowns (65) in three seasons. Personal: Full name is Matthew Cole Mazza ... Was born on September 7, 1994, in Jacksonville ... Is the son of Kelli and Greg Mazza ... Has one brother, Clay (21) ... His dad played college football at East Carolina University ... His brother currently plays at Lenior Rhyne University ... Chose to play football at Stetson over schools such as Western Kentucky, Furman, Presbyterian, Elon, Georgia Southern and Appalachian State ... Is a Sport Management major.

Freshman (2013): Saw action in all 11 games, five as a starter at receiver ... Led the team with 382 receiving yards on 28 receptions ... Finished the season strong with 18 receptions for 280 yards over the final four games ... Lone TD catch came against Birmingham-Southern (9/21) ... Had two rush attempts for two yards ... Had 14 kickoff returns for 280 yards, averaging 20 yards per return ... Finished the season with 664 all-purpose yards to lead the team. High School: Attended Mandarin High School in Jacksonville, FL … Was a wide receiver and a return specialist in high school … In his playing career, he totaled 56 receptions for 736 yards and seven touchdowns … In 2011, he had a 95-yard kickoff return for a touchdown against Atlantic Coast … In a game against Creekside, he had seven catches for 175 yards and two touchdowns … Finished one reception shy of the single season record for the school … Offensive MVP in 2011 ... Played in the 2012 Florida Shrine Bown and the 2012 Florida/Georgia Border All-Star Game ... Also competed in track as a sprinter, helping his team to a conference title. Personal: Full name is Darius Addar McGriff ... Was born on April 28, 1994, in Jacksonville ... Parents are Tammy and Darick McGriff … Has one sister, Aramis (26) … Is a distant cousin of Fred McGriff, a former MLB player … Chose Stetson for its business program, the proximity to his hometown, the close-knit campus, and the new football program … Is a Business Administration major.

High School: Played for two seasons at Milford HS before playing his final two seasons at Detroit Catholic Central ... Was a three-year letter winner ... Also lettered for two seasons on the basketball team and one season on the track team ... Played on a basketball travel team. Personal: Full name is Christopher David Micoff ... Was born on October 14, 1996, in Saginaw, Mich. ... Is the son of Cynthia and David Micoff ... Has two brothers, Joshua (27) and Mathew (20), and two sisters, Callista (30) and Alexis (23) ... Is a Sport Management major.

Freshman (2013): Saw action in 10 games, four as a starter at defensive tackle ... Was credited with 17 tackles during the season ... Had a season-best five tackles in the opener against Warner (8/31) ... Was credited with 1.5 TFL ... Had one forced fumble, one QB hurry and one pass breakup. High School: Was a four-year letter winner at Edgewater High School in Orlando ... Helped his team to disctrict, regional and sectional titles in 2009 ... Was selected as an all-star after his senior year ... Was a member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Full name is Matthew Erickson Mines ... Was born on June 22, 1994, in Orlando ... Is the son of Evanne and John Mines ... Has one brother, Logan (21), who is an offensive lineman at Charleston Southern ... Is an Integrative Health Science major.

The 2014 Stetson Hatters High School: Went to El Dorado High School in El Dorado, Ark. … Played linebacker and defensive end in high school … In his career he accumulated 97 tackles, 14.5 sacks, seven forced fumbles, an interception and a fumble recovery … Was named All-Conference his senior season … Helped his team to the 6A state championship from 2009-2011 … Was a part of 37 wins in his career ... Was active in the FCA, Pride, the FBLA and was a Fire Marshall.

Freshman (2013): Saw action in all 11 games, two as a starter at receiver ... Finished the season with seven receptions or 69 yards ... Also had three kickoff returns or 23 yards ... Was credited with 10 total tackles on special teams.

Personal: Full name is Joseph Carlton Alexander Morris … Was born on December 20, 1993, in El Dorado, Ark. … Parents are Donnie Aaron and Josie Wyrick … Has one brother, Donnie, and four sisters, Jamilya Dartion, Donna Aaron, April Aaron and Shante Unice … His uncle, Rance Olison, played football at San Diego State before playing for the Kansas City Chiefs in the 1970s and coaching for the Dallas Cowboys in the 1990s … Chose Stetson because of football and the community … Is an International Business major.

High School: Went to Sprayberry High School in Marietta, Ga … Played Wide Receiver for four years … Made the first round of the 4A playoffs in the 2009-2010 season as well as the 2011-2012 season … Named Receiver of the Year and Scholar Athlete … Had 22 catches for 330 yards and three touchdowns as well as five rushes for 80 yards and a touchdown … Had a school record for longest reception at 79 yards ... Was an honors graduate. Personal: Full name is Kegan Devon Moore ... Was born on August 31, 1994, in Marietta, Ga. ... Parents are Lori and Marcus Moore … Has one sister, Kierston (20) … His dad played college football at Albany State (1988-92) … Also has three uncles who played college football – Eddie Moore (Memphis, 1986-90), Chris Moore (Bethune-Cookman) and Trenton Moore (Florida A&M) ... Chose Stetson because of the coaching staff and the location … Is a Marketing major.

Personal: Full name is Cody Alexander Nulph ... Was born on October 24, 1995, in Tampa ... Is the son of Vicki and Russ Nulph ... Has one brother, Kevin (25) ... Plans to major in Biology.

Freshman (2013): Saw action in three junior varsity games ... Was named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll. High School: Attended Western High School in Davie, Fla. … Played defensive line for two years and offensive line for the other two years … Named to the Broward County All-Star first team ... Was active in the ROTC in high school ... Was named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll. Personal: Full name is Mark Ansel Morrow … Was born on June 1, 1994, in Davie, Fla. … Parents are Lisa and Mark Morrow … His father played soccer at Christopher Newport University … Chose Stetson because of the coaching staff … Is a History major, and plans to enter the Army after graduation and then attend law school.

Freshman (2013): Did not see playing time while recovering from injury ... Was named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll.

High School: Was a four-year letter winner for coach John Kelly at Strawberry Crest ... As a senior was named first team All Western Conference and All-Eastern Hillsborough County ... Was selected as a team captain as a junior and senior ... Was a member of the National Honor Society, the Spanish National Honor Society, the Cultural Ambassadors Club and the Emergency Care Help Organization ... Chose Stetson over Florida, Vanderbilt and SMU ... Was a part of the International Baccalaureate Program.

Freshman (2013): Saw action in three junior varsity games. High School: Was a threed-sport standout at Father Lopez, letter for four years as a member of both the football and baseball teams ... Also lettered for three years on the basketball team ... Was a second team All-Area selection ... Was a National Merit Scholar and Honor Roll student. Personal: Full name is Jake William Ohlwein ... Was born on Jun 6, 1995, in Lake Forest, Ill. ... Is the son of Laura and Scott Ohlwein ... Has one brother, Nicholas (16), and one sister, Kate (20) ... His mother was a cross country runner at Marquette University ... Chose Stetson over Samford, Mars Hill and Rollins College ... Is a Finance major.

The 2014 Stetson Hatters All-County selection by the Chester County Daily News ... Was a second team all Southeastern Pa. pick by the Inquirer ... Was a second team All-City selection by the Philadelphia Daily News ... As a junior he led his team with 110 tackles ... Was also team leader with 105 tackles as a senior ... Rushed for 400 yards and seven touchdowns on just 56 carries as a senior ... Chose Stetson over Furman, Villanova, Temple and Coastal Carolina ... Received first honors as a senior. Personal: Full name is Hunter Docherty Paulus ... Was born on December 12, 1995, in Chester Springs, Pa. ... Is the son of Frederica and Thomas Paulus ... Has one sister, Alex (22) ... Is a Sport Management major. Sophomore (2013): Saw action in 10 games, three as a starter at linebacker ... Was credited with seven total tackles on the season.

Personal: Full name is Jacob Dillon Paine ... Was born on September 22, 1992, in Chesapeake, Va. ... Parents are Ramona and Gregory Paine … Has one sister, Amanda (23) … Father wrestled at George Mason University (1974-77) … Chose Stetson because of greater academic opportunity … Is a Physics major.

High School: Was a two-year letter winner, playing fullback and linebacker ... Helped team to a 14-7 record ... After his junior year he was named by the Philadelphia Inquirer as one of the top rising seniors in the area ... As a senior he was a team captain and co-MVP ... Was an

High School: Played safety and running back during four seasons at Landmark Christian ... Was also a three-year letter winner in baseball ... Helped both teams to state runner-up finishes during his career ... Was a three time first team All-Region defensive back and was twice named All-County ... Was a first team All-State selection as a senior and also earned a spot on the Metro Atlanta All-Star team ... As a senior he recorded 107 tackles with six interceptions, 16 pass breakups and two blocked punts ... Also ran for 350 yards and five touchdowns ... Was an honor roll student and recipient of the U.S. Army National Scholar Athlete Award. Personal: Was born on July 12, 1994, in Fayetteville, Ga. ... Is the son of Sylvia and Donald Payne, Sr. ... Has one brother, David (14) ... His father was an All-American defensive back at Morris Brown College in the 1970s and is in the Morris Brown Hall of Fame ... His uncle, Ezra Johnson, also was an All-American defensive end at Morris Brown and went on the play in the NFL for the Green Bay Packers, Indianapolis Colts and Houston Oilers over a 15-year career ... Johnson was a first round draft pick in 1977 and was a Pro Bowl selection in 1978 ... Is a Finance major

Prior to Stetson: Attended Webber International University in Babson Park, Fla., for one year … Won freshman football player academic award. High School: Attended Barron Collier High School in Naples, FL … Played linebacker during his time in high school… He was a part of the team that won the district 3A championship from 2008-10 … Named to the All-County All-Star team by the Rotary Club of Naples … Also played lacrosse and competed in the triple jump in track and field ... Was a member of the FCA.

a touchdown against Warner (8/31) and an interception return for a score against Birmingham-Southern (9/21) ... Was credited with three QB hurries.

Was selected as a preseason All-American (second team) by USA Football ... Was named to the preseason All-PFL team ... Was selected by his teammates as a captain for the 2014 season. Freshman (2013): Was one of four team captains for the Hatters ... Played in all 11 games, starting 10 ... Was named the 2013 Pioneer Football League Defensive Freshman of the Year and was a first team All-Conference selection ... Was selected as a finalist for the Jerry Rice Award which goes to the national Freshman of the Year ... Was named to the College Sports Journal Freshman All-America team ... Finished the season with a team-best 113 total tackles, including 71 solo stops ... Tied for the PFL lead in total tackles and led the league in solo tackles ... Ranked second in the PFL with 16 tackles for losses of 86 yards ... Tied for 16th in the PFL with 4.5 sacks ... Recorded two forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries ... Had two interceptions and was credited with 12 pass breakups, which was good for third in the PFL ... Was named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll ... Was named PFL Defensive Player of the Week after each of the Hatters first three games ... Was named The Sports Network’s National Freshman of the Week following his performance in the season-opener against Warner ... Recorded double-figure tackle totals in seven games, including four of the last five ... Had a season-high 15 tackles against Campbell (11/2) ... Had a fumble recovery for

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2013: Redshirted. Prior to Stetson: Spent two seasons at the College of San Mateo in San Mateo, Calif., after enrolling in January of 2011 ... Spent two seasons as a quarterback for the Bulldogs, posting a 15-7 record ... As a sophomore, he completed 58-of-112 attempts for 950 yards and seven touchdowns, with seven interceptions ... Also ran for a team best 547 yards on 109 carries for nine touchdowns ... Was selected as Most Valuable offensive player by his teammates ... Was selected as the offensive MVP of the Bothman Bulldog Bowl ... As a freshman in 2011, completed 22-of-59 pass attempts for 327 yards and one touchdown while rushing for 211 yards on 45 carries and scoring five times. High School: Was a two-year starter at quarterback for Carson High ... Led the Senators to a 9-3 record and Sierra League title as a senior ... That was the first winning season at Carson in eight years ... Was a second team All-League selection ... Was selected by his coaches as the most outstanding senior on the team ... Was a two-way starter, also playing outside linebacker ... Played one season of baseball. Personal: Full name is Blake Anthony Plattsmier ... Was born on October 25, 1991, in Reno, Nev. ... Is the son of Brandy and Mike Plattsmier ... Has two brothers, John Keever (32) and Chad Plattsmier (25) ... Chose Stetson over Western Illinois and the University of Nevada-Reno ... Is a Communication & Media Services major.

Freshman (2013): Saw action in six varsity games and three JV tilts ... Played a total of 60 snaps ... Recorded one knockdown block ... Graded at 73 percent for the season ... Was named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll. High School: Went to Ironwood Ridge High School in Tucson, Ariz. … Played offensive tackle for the Nighthawks … He was a member of the 2010 and 2011 Sonoran Regional Championship team … Won a total of 19 games in his two years of varsity football ... Also competed in the discus on the track team ... Was a nominee for the Casas Adobes Rotary Honor Club. Personal: Full name is John Albert Post … Was born on September 29, 1993, in West Icelip, N.Y. … Parents are Deborah and Ephraim Post … Has one brother, Richard (26) … Mother played volleyball at Indiana and was a swimmer at Florida State ... Father played basketball at City College of New York … Both grandfathers played college football ... Had a great uncle, Max Post, who played for the New York Giants and Brooklyn Dodgers football teams in the 30s … Lived in Bolivia for more than six years ... Enjoys playing the drums ... Is a Psychology major.

Was selected by his teammates as a team captain for the 2014 season. Freshman (2013): Started all 11 games for the Hatters at safety ... Finished second on the team with 82 total tackles, including 56 solo stops ... Was credited with three tackles for loss ... Had a pair of interceptions, one he returned 23 yards at Marist (10/26) ... Tied for second on the team with nine pass breakups ... Led the nation with six forced fumbles ... Was named Pioneer League co-Special Teams Player of the Week for his performance against Jacksonville (11/16) which included blocking a punt for a 28-yard touchdown ... He also had nine solo tackles and forced two fumbles in the game ... Had a season-high 10 tackles in the game against Birmingham-Southern (9/21) ... Had nine tackles in a game four times and eight tackles in a game two other times ... Was seleected by Phil Steele Publications as a third team Freshman All-American. High School: Played football and lacrosse at Jupiter Christian before spending a post-graduate year playing both sports at Proctor Academy in Andover, NH ... Helped Jupiter Christian to a pair of state titles (2009-10) ... Was a second team All-County and All-Area pick as a junior ... Earned first team All-County, All-Area and All-State as a senior, recording 121 tackles with two interceptions and nine pass breakups ... Earned first team All-New England in lacrosse and football as a post-graduate, earning Northern New England Player of the Year honors in lacrosee ... Was an All-American and first team All-State as a senior in lacrosse. Personal: Full name is Ryan Patrick Powers ... Was born on April 22, 1993, in Jupiter ... Is the son of Colleen and William Powers ... Has one brother, William, and one sister, Lindsey ... His brother is a senior running back at Princeton ... Is a General Business major.

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2013: Redshirted... Was named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll. High School: Was a three-year letter winner in both football and basketball at White Knoll HS ... Also lettered in basketball for one year ... Played safety, quarterback and receiver ... Helped his baseball team to a region title in 2011 ... Was twice selected as an All-Region player in football ... Was selected as one of the top 100 players in South Carolina by 24/7 Sports ... Recorded 65 tackles as a sophomore, 96 as a junior and 97 as a senior ... Was credited with 17 career pass breakups, four interceptions, four forced fumbles and four fumble recoveries ... Accounted for 11 touchdowns during his senior season ... On the diamond as a senior he batted better than .400 with six home runs ... Was the National Football Foundation Scholar Athlete of the Year in 2013 ... Was a member of the National Honor Society, the Honor Roll and was an Honors Graduate ... Was active on the Guidance Team, was a Peer Mediator and a Senior Leader. Personal: Full name is Delvin Keyon Riley ... Was born on January 8, 1995, in West Columbia, SC ... Is the son of Sheila and Kenneth Riley ... Has one brother, Justin (15) ... His father was a collegiate wrestler at South Carolina State and his cousin, De’Angelo Mack, played baseball at the University of South Carolina and was drafted by the New York Yankees ... Chose Stetson over Elon, Furman and Clemson ... Is a Mathematics major.

Freshman (2013): Saw action in 10 varsity games and two JV tilts ... Was credited with a total of five tackles ... Was named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll. High School: Was a three-year letter winner as a linebacker at Vero Beach ... Helped his team to a district title as a senior ... Was selected as a defensive captain for his last two years ... Was a 2011 Scripps Treasure Coast Honorable Mention All-Area pick and was named to the Scripps All-Area first team as a senior ... Recorded 114 total tackles during his junior season with 12 tackles for loss ... Recorded 92 tackles in nine games as a senior ... Had 11 tackles for loss and three sacks ... Was also a three-year letter winner on the track and field team as a thrower ... Won individual district titles twice in the discus while helping the team to titles the same years ... Was named the VBSHS Field Athlete of the Year as a junior ... Was an honors graduate. Personal: Full name is Cole James Ripple ... Was born on July 5, 1995, in Vero Beach ... Is the son of Jacqueline and James Ripple ... Has one brother, Luke (14) ... Chose Stetson over Georgia Southern, Mercer and Jacksonville ... Is a Business Administration major.

Freshman (2013): Saw action in three junior varsity games ... Was named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll. High School: Was a four-year letter winner at The Cambridge School where he played receiver, defensive back and return specialist ... Also lettered as a guard on the basketball team for four years and competed in the long jump, triple jump and 100 meters on the track team for three seasons ... Football team won Bay Conference title his final two seasons ... Basketball team won three district titles and advanced to regional semifinals three times ... As a senior he rushed for 876 yards on 106 carries with 10 touchdowns ... Also had 789 receiving yards on 51 receptions for seven more scores ... On defense he had 72 tackles, four interceptions, including one he returned for a touchdowns, and two forced fumbles ... As a junior he led all of Hillsborough County with 64 receptions for 903 yards ... He had 1,729 all-purpose yards with 13 touchdowns that year, including a school record 903 rushing yards ... Owns the school record with 17 career interceptions ... Earned All-County, All-Conference and All-State honors ... Served as vice president of his class all four years of high school ... Was an honor roll student ... Was a volunteer with Best Buddies in Tampa, working with special needs children. Personal: Full name is George S. Robertson ... Was born on February 11, 1995, in Tampa ... Is the son of Lisa and John Sierra and George Robertson ... His grandfather, George S. Robertson III, played college football at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point and was drafted by the Cleveland Browns ... Chose Stetson over Charleston Southern, UCF and Temple ... Is a General Business major.

The 2014 Stetson Hatters basketball and was a hurdler on the track team ... Was a member of the Environmental Club. Personal: Full name is Ryan Lewis Selimos … Was born on September 1, 1993, in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. … Parents are Gus and Michele Selimos … Has one brother, Matt (18) … Chose Stetson because of the Business program, it was close to home and the opportunity to play at the Division I level … Is an Accounting major.

High School: Was a three-year letter winner at Lake Minneola HS for coach Corey Brinson ... Also lettered in basketball, track and baseball ... Was a first team All-Conference selection as a senior ... Was named the top defensive lineman in the district and one of the top 10 defensive linemen in Florida ... Chose Stetson over Delaware State, Jacksonville, Liberty, Bethune-Cookman and Mount Union ... Played in the All-America Blue-Gray game and recorded a game-saving sack ... Graduated Cum Laude. Personal: Full name is Anthony Ryals Jr. ... Is te son of Eva and Anthony Ryals ... Was born on January 27, 1996, in Miami ... Has one brother, Amari (16), and one sister, Aniyah (9) ... Is undecided on his major.

Freshman (2013): Saw action in all 11 games, including one as a starter at running back ... Finished second on the team in rushing yards with 168 ... Best effort came against Davidson (11/9) when he rushed for 35 yards on 15 carries ... Had 12 receptions on the year for 81 yards ... Scored his only touchdown of the season on a 59-yard catch and run against Dayton (10/12). Freshman (2013): Saw action in three junior varsity games ... Was named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll. High School: Went to Mainland High School in Daytona Beach … Played fullback, defensive line, linebacker and was the long snapper … Member of the 2008 and 2009 District Championship teams … Awarded the 2010 Academic All-American Award … Also competed in the discuss and shot put events for track and field ... Was an Honor Roll student and was named to the Principal’s Hall of Fame ... Was a member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Full name is Ethan Matthew Simpson ... Was born on July 2, 1993, in Daytona Beach … Parents are Matthew and Lisa Simpson … Has two sisters, Ashley (19) and Allyson (10) … Chose Stetson because of the chance to play football and to receive a good education … Is a Sport Management major.

Freshman (2013): Missed the entire season with an injury ... Was named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll. High School: Went to Archbishop McCarthy High School for three years before transferring to North Broward High School for the final year … Played receiver … Totaled 44 receptions for 750 yards and eight touchdowns, as well as one punt return for a touchdown … Broke the school record for most touchdowns in one game (3), and tied the school record for touchdowns in a season (8) … Member of the North Broward Prep District Championship team in 2011, earing honorable mention All-County ... Also lettered in

High School: Attended to East Ridge High School … Played running back for the Knights … In his two years, he had 157 carries for 1,344 yards and 17 touchdowns as well as seven receptions for 220 yards and three touchdowns … Was named a Football National Underclassmen Top Prospect in 2012 … Was named the Running back MVP … Ranked #27 in the Super 60 by Orlando Sentinel ... Was co-sports editor of his high school paper. Personal: Full name is Jerami Trevaughn Singleton ... Was born on April 30, 1994, in Sarasota ... Parents are Jerami and Jacki Singleton … His uncle, Irvin Phillips, played for the Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers from 1982-84 … Chose Stetson because of the location and the chance to help build the new program …Is a Computer Science Technology major.

The 2014 Stetson Hatters Personal: Full name is Jonathan Louis Strahl ... April 8, 1993, in Flanders, NJ ... Parents are Mike and Laura Strahl … Has one brother, Mike Jr. (26) … Chose Stetson because of the education he would receive, the coaching staff, and the new program … Is a Sport Management major and plans to attend law school.

Freshman (2013): Saw action in six varsity games, one as a starter, as well as three JV tilts ... Was credited with four tackles on the year. High School: Was a three-year letter winner as a defensive tackle at Steele ... Also lettered one year in wrestling ... Helped his team to three appearances in the Texas 5A state playoffs, including a state title as a sophomore ... Team posted a 53-4 record over his four seasons ... Was named All-District by the Associated Press as a junior and senior ... Was an All-Area selection as a sophomore ... Recorded 68 tackles, including 12 for loss and three sacks, as a junior to go with 11 quarterback hurries ... Recorded 51 tackles, including 12 for loss and five sacks, as a senior ... Posted a school record in the squat at 595 pounds ... Has former prep teammates who are playing at Texas, Oklahoma, North Texas, Stephen F. Austin, Oklahoma State, Nebraska and others ... Was an honor roll student ... Was active in the FCA. Personal: Full name is Cory Ashtin Staud ... Was born on April 2, 1995, in San Antonio ... Is the son of Sara and Frank Staud and Bobbie Proto ... Has one brother, William Staud (21), and one sister, Lucy Proto (2) ... His father is an active duty member of the U.S. Air Force ... His cousin is General Chuck Yeager, who is famous for being the first person to break the sound barrier ... His step-mother, Sara Staud, played soccer at West Virginia University ... His grandfather, Pete Staud, was a Golden Gloves boxer ... Chose Stetson over Wofford, Holy Cross and others ... Is a Sport Management major.

High School: was a three-year letter winner at defensive end ... Also lettered for three years as a shot put and discus thrower ... As a senior was named team defensive MVP and defensive lineman of the year in addition to earning All-County and All-Region honors in football ... Was also the Cherokee County discus champion. Personal: Full name is Chandler Morgan Samuel Steele ... Was born on April 16, 1996, in St. Louis, Missouri ... Is the son of Sandra Williams and Marvin Steele ... Has one brother, Marvin Steele, Jr., and two sisters, Kandyce Kindell and Kelly Wheeler ... Is a Biology major.

Freshman (2013): Saw action in all 11 games, two as a starter at tight end ... Had four receptions on the season for 35 yards. High School: Went to Spruce Creek High School in Port Orange, FL … Played quarterback for the Hawks … In two years, he compiled 1,900 passing yards, 425 rushing yards and 17 total touchdowns … Went 14 consecutive games without throwing an interception … Was a member of the 2009 District Championship team ... Was named as a Scout.com Top QB ... Was MVP of the 1-on-1 Showcase Camp in Orlando in 2011 ... Was named as a senior to watch by both the Daytona Beach News Journal and the Orlando Sentinel ... Was a Latin Honor Roll student as well as an overall Honor Roll member ... Graduated cum laude.

High School: Competed at three different high schools ... Played at Coconut Creek as a freshman, Deerfield Beach HS as a sophomore and junior and Pope John Paul II as a senior ... Was a four-year letter winner in both football and basketball and a two-year letter winner in track ... Was named MVP of the basketball team as a senior in addition to being named Defensive Player of the Year in football ... Was selected first team All-Conference and All-County ... Was also a first team Academic All-Conference pick ... Was named the Boys & Girls Club Youth of the Year in 2012 ... Received the MLK Award and Pope John Paul Community Service Award ... As a senior he had 11 rush attempts for 75 yards and a touchdown to go with 34 receptions for 442 yards and four scores ... Was credited with 37 total tackles ... Had eight interceptions, a fumble recovery and two pass breakups ... Had 19 kickoff returns for 440 yards ... Chose Stetson over Valparaiso, Lafayette and others. Personal: Full name is Ja’Vonta Deshard Swinton ... Was born on October 17, 1995, in Deerfield Beach, Fla. ... Is the son of Rethema Williams and Eddie Swinton ... Is an Economics major.

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Freshman (2013): Saw action in six varsity games before his season was cut short by an injury ... Had three kickoff returns for 44 yards ... Was credited with four special teams tackles ... Was credited with a forced fumble against San Diego (9/28) ... Was credited with a blocked kick in the season-opener against Warner (8/31) ... Was named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll. High School: Played football at Wesley Chapel High School … Played quarterback, wide receiver, corner back, and safety … He broke the school record for passing yards in a single game with 270 in 2011, also leading the team in tackles … Played five games at quarterback in 2012, throwing for 488 yards before moving to receiver and punt returner, where he amassed eight touchdowns … Awarded the Wendy’s High School Heisman Award, Wesley Chapel Athlete of the Year, U.S. Army Athlete of the Year, Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce Athlete of the Year and Second Team All-North Sun Coast Football team … Member of the National Honor Society ... Played baseball for four years as well. Personal: Full name is Keegan Cole Tanner ... Was born on October 17, 1993, in Snellville, Ga. ... Parents are Kimberly and Teddy Tanner … Has two brothers, Ty (18) and Kaden (8) … His late grandfather, Chris Denney, played football for Georgia Tech from 1963-67 … Chose Stetson because of the community and the opportunities a Stetson education can provide him after college … Is an Integrative Health Science major.

Was selected by his teammates as a captain for the 2014 season. Freshman (2013): Was selected as one of four team captains ... Started all 11 games at quarterback ... Finished the season with 1,774 yards passing and a team-leading 375 yards rushing ... Completed 166-of-272 pass attempts for the season ... Posted a passing effeciency mark of 123.76 for the year ... Rushed for three touchdowns, including an 85-yard scoring run against Davidson (11/9) ... Had his best performance against the Wildcats, throwing for 296 yards and two touchdowns to go with 111 rushing yards and a score ... Was named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll. High School: Went to St. Patrick’s High School … Played quarterback for the Shamrocks … Had 8,234 career passing yards, 57 passing touchdowns, 1,380 rushing yards and 13 rushing touchdowns … Set records for passing yards, passing touchdowns, rushing yards by a quarterback, and rushing touchdowns by a quarterback … Was All-Area Honorable Mention and All-Conference two times … Received the Walter Payton Award and the Offensive MVP award ... Also lettered in wrestling ... Was an Academic All-State selection ... Was a member of the National Honor Society and the French National Honor Society.

High School: Was a four-year letter winner for in football while lettering twice in basketball and one time on the track team ... Played at Oldham County HS as a freshman before completing his prep career at Shelby County HS ... Helped his team to one district titla and one runner up finish ... Was an All-District selection as a junior and senior ... Was selected to the GLFCAA All-Star team and was MVP of the Border Bowl ... Threw for 1,650 yards while rushing for 700 as a senior ... Threw for 15 touchdown and ran for 11 ... Had 16 tackles and two interceptions on defense ... As a junior, he passed for 200 yards, had 300 yard receiving and 22 tackles ... Chose Stetson over Morehead State, Marist and other schools ... Was a KHSAA first team Academic All-State selection. Personal: Full name is Dalton Carter Thompson ... Was orn on October 1, 1995, in Louisville, Ky. ... Is the son of Dawn and Larry Thompson ... Has one brother, Dylan (20), and one sister, Hannah (17) ... Is a Chemistry major and plans to go to medical school.

Personal: Full name is Ryan Patrick Tentler ... Was born on May 31, 1994, in Chicago ... Is the son of Al Tentler … Has one sister, Melissa (22), and one brother, Albert (24) … Chose Stetson because of the people, environment, and the opportunity … Is a Sport Management major.

High School: Was a four-year letter winner for coach Bob Christmas at Gainesville HS ... Played on both the offensive and defensive line as well as at full back ... Also threw the shot and discus for two years on the track team ... Helped his team to a 28-17 record over four years, including a regional title and a state

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back, and linebacker in high school … Had two catches for 100 yards and two touchdowns against Clearwater, including a 84-yard touchdown … Won the Wendy’s High School Heisman Award and was an Honor Roll student ... Also lettered in basketball.

Personal: Full name is Dylan James Truelove ... Was born on September 30, 1995, in Gainesville, Ga. ... Is the son of Amy and Kyle Truelove ... Is the grandson of Buck and Peggy Truelove ... Has three sisters -- Ansley (21), Kaylie (14) and Victoria (12) ... Is undecided on a major.

Personal: Full name is Alexander Luis Valentin ... Was born on September 16, 1993, in St. Petersburg ... Parents are Cynthia and Angel Valentin … Has two brothers, Christian (15) and Nickolas (9) … Great uncle, Hank Mays, played running back at Marshall … Chose Stetson because of the academics, how close it was to home, the campus and the opportunity to play football … Is an Integrative Health Science major. 2013: Redshirted ... Was named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll.

Prior to Stetson: Spent the fall semester of 2013 as a student at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Connecticut. High School: Was a three-year letter winner for coach Matt Dillon at Pope John Paul II ... Also lettered for three years in basketball at track ... Was active with Top Soccer and was selected as the Buddy of the Year for the state of Florida ... Was a member of the National Honor Society and Leadership Council ... Helped his team to a 9-2 record as a senior ... Competed in track in the 200 meters, earning a District title ... In basketball, ranked as one of the top 20 scorers in Palm Beach County as a junior ... Was a Sun-Sentinel honorable mention All-County selection in football and track as a junior and senior ... Has 12 receptions for 212 yards and six scores as a senior. Personal: Full name is Brock Turner ... Was born on November 5, 1994, in Ft. Lauderdale ... Is the son of Chris and Greg Turner ... Has one sister, Lauren (15) ... Has an uncle, Paul Huber, who played football and baseball at the University of Minnesota ... His father ran track at Georgia Southwestern ... Another uncle, Jody Caldwell, played football at the University of Kentucky and Appalachian State ... Has a cousin, Stephen Huber, who plays baseball at Morningside College in Iowa, and other cousin, Mike Morrell, who played football at the Naval Academy ... Another cousin, Brett Morrell, competed in track at Duke ... Is a Marketing major.

High School: Was a four-year letter winner in football and two-year letter winner in track at DHS ... Played center, tight end and both offensive and defensive tackle ... Threw the discus and shot in track ... Was a first team All-Area selection by the Daytona Beach News-Journal ... Was also a team captain ... Was part of the most successful senior class in DeLand HS history (39-11) ... Received the Superintendent’s Diploma of Distinction ... Has done mission work all over the southeast and has done volunteer work with Habitat for Humanity, the Soup Kitchen, the Visitation House and more. Personal: Full name is Austin Frederick Tyrrell ... Was born on October 19, 1994, in St. Petersburg ... Is the son of Kristi and Mike Tyrrell ... Has one brother, Alec (21) ... His mom and his aunt, Kerry Nordman, both played volleyball at Stetson ... Chose Stetson over Jacksonville, Davidson, Campbell, Princeton and others ... Is undecided on a major.

Freshman (2013): Took over as a starter on the offensive line for the final five games of the year after having played in three JV games ... Played a total of 946 snaps ... Recorded 18 knockdown blocks ... Graded at a team-best 93 percent for the year ... Was named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll. High School: Was a three-year letter winner as an offensive lineman at Hough ... Was twice selected by his coaches as the team offensive line MVP. Personal: Full name is Griffin James Vari ... Was born on December 13, 1994, in Atlanta ... Is the son of Anne and Peter Vari ... Has one sister, Charlotte (22) ... His grandfather, Armand A. “Stitch” Vari played center at the University of Miami and is the Hurricanes’ Hall of Fame ... His father played at Ft. Lewis College in Colorado ... Is undecided on a major.

Freshman (2013): Saw action in three junior varsity games ... Was named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll. High School: Spent two years at Lakewood High School and two years at Dixie M. Hollins High School … Played receiver, defensive

The 2014 Stetson Hatters Was born on November 3, 1993, in Safety Harbor, Fla. … Parents are Jim and Elise Vinson … Has two brothers, Mitchell (29) and Michael (33), and three sisters – Jennifer (35), Kathy Richute (31) and Laura (28) … Has a cousin (Jeremy Mass) who played baseball at Penn and another cousin (Cody Maas) who plays baseball at Georgia State … Chose Stetson because of football and because it is close to home … Is a Sport Management major.

High School: Played running back and competed in track at Riverview HS ... Won regional and district titles in the shot ... Was also a district champion in the 4x100 ... Chose Stetson over USF and UCF. Personal: Full name is Jaylin Kimo Vereen ... Was born on September 20, 1995, in Honolulu, Hawaii ... Is the son of Samantha and James Vereen ... Has one brother, Jamin (21), and one sister, Jazlyn (16) ... Is a Finance major.

Freshman (2013): Saw action in eight games, three as a starter ... Was credited with 15 total tackles ... Had a season-high five tackles in two games ... Was credited with two tackles for loss ... Recorded an interception at Jacksonville (11/16) ... Had one pass breakup ... Was named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll. High School: Went to Countryside High School in Clearwater, Fla. … Played linebacker and fullback for the Cougars … In two years, he totaled 141 tackles, seven sacks, seven forced fumbles, one interception and one defensive touchdown … Was an All-County selection in 2011 and 2012 … Member of the team that won District Championships in 2010, 2011 and 2012 … Also played baseball in high school ... Was a member of the National Honor Society and graduated Summa Cum Laude. Personal: Full name is Adam Jared Vinson ...

Freshman (2013): Saw action in one varsity game and three JV tilts ... Did not record any varsity stats. High School: Was a three-year letter winner, playing quarterback, running back and linebacker ... As a sophomore was ranked as the No. 11 quarterback in northeast Florida ... As a senior he was the second ranked running back in the county ... Was an All-Conference selection in the St. Johns River Conference ... Threw for 1,350 yards and 14 touchdowns as a sphomore while rushing for 350 yards and 10 scores ... Spent the 2011 season primarily on defense, recording 52 tackles, including eight for loss, with five sacks ... Rushed for 670 yards and eight touchdowns as a senior while also recording 50 tackles, including 12 for loss with seven sacks ... Was Valedictorian of his graduating class ... Was a member of both the National Honor Society and Spanish Honor Society ... Served as a volunteer coach with the Special Olympics.

High School: Played at Rockdale County HS in Conyers, Ga., his freshman year before playing at The McCallie School in Chattanooga his final three years ... Played for coach Ralph Porter, lettering as both an offensive and defensive lineman ... Was a two-year starter on the offensive line for the Blue Tornado ... Played the left tackle position ... A consistent and reliable blocker ... Coaches say he possesses great feet and athleticism for his size ... Saw part-time action on the defensive line as a sophomore and junior ... Team compiled 5-6 record his junior year and 4-8 record in his last season in 2013 ... McCallie won first-round playoff games each year. Personal: Full name is Charles Anthony Wallace III ... Was born on October 13, 1995, in Charleston, SC ... Is the son of Dr. Charles A. Wallace II and Paryn Wallace ... Has two brothers -- Carson (16) and Caedan (14) ... His father played college football at The Citadel ... Has a cousin, Javon White, who plays running back at Villanova ... Is an Environmental Studies & Geography major with an eye toward law school.

Personal: Full name is Austin Taylor Waldron ... Was born on September 11, 1994, in Jacksonville ... Is the son of Jennifer and Robert Waldron ... Chose Stetson over Berry and Birmingham-Southern ... Is an Integrative Health Science major.

Freshman (2013): Missed much of the season with an injury ... Played in four of the last five games, including one as a starter ... Finished the year with 117 rushing yards on just 25 carries ... Had 62 yards on eight carries against Davidson (11/9) ... Had three receptions for three yards. High School: Was a four-year starter at run-

The 2014 Stetson Hatters Personal: Full name is Shayne Michael White ... Was born on April 6, 1995, in Honolulu, Hawaii ... Is the son of Zandra and Shayne White ... Has one brother, Shaun (14) ... Chose to attend Stetson over Butler and Minnesota ... Is a Sport Management major.

ning back at Silver Bluff High ... Also lettered for three years in basketball and two years in track ... Was a three-time All-Region and twotime All-Area pick at running back ... Earned the fastest man award at the NUC Combine ... As a junior, he rushed for 1,162 yards and 16 touchdowns ... Missed his entire senior season with an injury. Personal: Full name is Andre’ Lavon Washington, Jr. ... Was born on March 13, 1994, in Beech Island, SC ... Is the son of Karen and Andre’ Washington, Sr. ... Has one brother, Jamaal (13) ... Has an uncle, Tremayne Washington, who played football at Newberry College ... Is an International Business major.

High School: Spent two years at H.V. Jenkins HS before completing prep career at Bethesda Academy ... Was a two-year letter winner for coach Antwain Turner ... Was selected to the GISA All-Star team in addition to earning All-Region honors ... Was named on the Savannah Morning News’ top prospects ... Was credited with 63 tackles in his career with one sack ... Received awards for Math Excellence and English Excellence ... Was an honor roll student his last two years and was Valedictorian of his class ... Chose Stetson over Georgia Southern and Valdosta State.

Freshman (2013): Started all 11 games on the offensive line ... Played a total of 688 snaps ... Was credited with 30 knockdown blocks ... Graded at 86 percent for the year ... Was named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll.

Personal: Full name is Eddie Warren White III ... Is the son of Joyce and Eddie White ... Was born on July 5, 1996, in Savannah, Ga. ... Has one sister, Keiuna (26) ... Is a Computer Science major.

High School: Attended Ponte Vedra High School in Ponte Vedra, Fla. … Played offensive line for the Sharks … Member of the 2011 Class 5A District Championship team, the first team to do so at Ponte Vedra High School … Was an honorable mention All-County selection ... Voted team captain by coaches and teammates his senior season ... Worked more than 500 hours of community service, including time with the Senior Men’s Club as a Counselor at Camp “I Am Special”. Personal: Full name is Matthew Francis Wawrzyniak … Was born on July 13, 1994, in Jacksonville, Fla. … Parents are Ellen and Francis Wawrzyniak … Has one brother, Francis (17) and one sister, Jessica (24) … Chose Stetson because of Coach Hughes, the academics, the opportunity to play football and the location … Is an Accounting major.

Freshman (2013): Saw action in 10 games as a reserve defensive lineman ... Was credited with a total of six tackles. High School: Was a three-sport athlete at Warren Township, lettering in football, basketball and baseball ... Was an honorable mention All-Conference and All-County selection in football ... Recorded 25 tackles, including six sacks, as a senior ... Was a member of the National Society of High School Scholars ... Was twice named to the AP Scholar All-Academic team.

Freshman (2013): Saw action in three varsity and three JV games ... Was credited with one tackle on the year ... Was named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll. High School: Went to J.W. Mitchell High School in Trinity, Fla. … Played cornerback and quarterback for the Mustangs … On defense, he totaled 88 tackles, seven interceptions and two touchdowns, including the game winning touchdown on a interception in 2009 … In 2011, he had five passing touchdowns, five rushing touchdowns, 450 passing yards and 250 rushing yards … In a game against Gulf in 2011, he had three total touchdowns … Set the record for most interceptions in a career (7) ... Was also on the wrestling team ... Was a fouryear member of the honor roll and a member of the National Honor Society ... Was a member of the Interact Club, was Technology Student of the Year and was a part of the Wendy’s High School Heisman program. Personal: Full name is Spencer Colin Whittaker … Was born on November 16, 1993, in Tarpon Springs, Fla. … Parents are Dan and Janice Whittaker … Has one brother, Carson (22) … Chose Stetson because of the opportunity to start a legacy as the first football team at Stetson in 50 years … Is a Sport Management major and wants to be a sports attorney.

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Freshman (2013): Missed the entire season after suffering an injury during preseason camp ... Was named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll. High School: Spent two years at Concord High School and two years at Cannon School, both in Concord, NC … Played multiple positions on offense, defense, and special teams … On offense, he accumulated 419 receiving yards on 35 receptions with two touchdowns, and had 214 carries for 1,233 yards and 15 rushing touchdowns … On defense, he accumulated 150 tackles and 21 pass deflections with two interceptions … Voted 2011 NCISAA All-State Team as DB … Lost in State Semifinals as a senior … Broke the school record for most rushing touchdowns in a game with four in his junior season. Personal: Full name is Jason Ryan Willix ... Was born on March 30, 1994, in Concord, NC ... Parents are George and Sandy Willix … Has one brother, Sean (22) … Brother played quarterback at Mount Union University for two years before transferring to the University of Oregon where he hopes to walk-on as a wide receiver … Chose Stetson because of the academics, football, the location and the social life … Is a Sport Management major.

High School: Was a four-year letter winner for coach Alvin Davis at King High School where he played quarterback and receiver ... Also lettered on the basketball team for three years as a forward ... Competed for four years on the track team in the 200 meter dash, the 4x100 meter relay, the 4x400 meter relay and the 300 meter hurdles ... Was named to the Tampa Tribune Parade of Athletes in track and field as well as to the Hillsborough County All-Star team in football ... Finished his senior season having completed 30-of-78 passes for 589 yards while rushing for 278 yards on 65 carries with 12 total touchdowns ... As a sophomore and junior he combined for 27 receptions for 405 yards and two scores ... Chose Stetson over FAU, FIU and Morehouse ... Was a member of the National Honor Society as well as the Hilldborough Alliance of Black School Administrators Scholar ... Was a part of the King Advance Placement Scholars program.

Freshman (2013): Saw action in 10 games as a backup linebacker ... Was credited with 14 total tackles on the year, including one TFL ... Had a season-best seven tackles against Birmingham-Southern (9/21) ... Was also credited with two QB hurries ... Was named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll.

Personal: Full name is Darian Tamris Wright ... Was born on February 12, 1996, in Tampa ... Is the won of Irene Wright ... Has two brothers, Trey Thomas (34) and Jarrod Manning (27), and one sister, Courtney Wright (20) ... Is a Business Administration major and plans to pursue an MBA.

Personal: Full name is Dylan John Wydronkowski … Was born on April 14, 1994, in Schenectady, N.Y. … Parents are Kristen and Sean Wydronkowski … Has two sisters, Jenna (18) and Amri (2) … Chose Stetson because of weather and the opportunity to play Division I football … Is a Business Management major..

High School: Attended Scotia Glenville High School for a year before finishing at Burnt Hills-Ballston High School in Burnt Hills, N.Y. … Played linebacker for the Spartans … In his career he totaled 465 tackles, 13 forced fumbles, seven fumble recoveries, two interceptions and two touchdowns … Named a Class A first team All-NYS at linebacker his junior and senior years … Named Section 2 Defensive Player of the Year in Class A during his junior and senior years … Helped his team to the 2009 and 2011 state finals ... Also played baseball ... Was a member of the FBLA.

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Chosen by his teammates as a captain for the 2014 season ... Was named to the preseason All-America team for FCS as an honorable mention selection ... Was named to the Preseason All-PFL team for 2014. Freshman (2013): Saw action in all 11 games, six as a starter at fullback ... Had a total of 62 yards rushing on the year on just 17 carries ... Proved to be a strong receiver from the backfield with 18 catches or 308 yards ... Also stood out on special teams, making five tackles ... Was named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll ... Was an honorable mention All-PFL selection. High School: Attended Cocoa Beach High School … Played fullback, punter and outside linebacker … In three years as a fullback, he accumulated 133 carries for 679 yards and seven touchdowns …In three years as a linebacker, he had a total of 215 tackles … In his two years as a punter, he had 53 punts for a total of 1732 yards and had 14 land inside the 20 yard line … Named to the Brevard County All-Star Team in 2011 … Also played soccer, and competed in the shot put, discuss and 200 meters in track and field. Personal: Full name is Michael Lahmeyer Yonker ... Was born on September 15, 1993, in Naperville, Ill. ... Parents are Jennifer and Michael Yonker … Has one sister, Dominique Kidd (26) … His uncle, John Lahmeyer, played football at Ohio Wesleyan in 1984 … Chose Stetson because of the great academics and chance to be a part of the inaugural football team … Is an Elementary Education major.

High School: Was a three-year letter winner in football and track at Cape Coral HS ... Played football for coach Larry Gary ... Team posted a 19-12 record over three seasons ... Was twice selected as a Lee County All-Star and also twice earned the Seahawks Coaches Award ... As a senior, he recorded 96 tackles, including 17 sacks, and also knocked down six passes ... As a junior he recorded 108 tackles, including 15 sacks ... Graduated Suma Cum Laude. Personal: Full name is John Curtis Young ... Was born on January 15, 1996, in Cape Coral ... Is the son of Jennifer and Mark Korf ... Is a Biology major.

High School: Was a three-year letter winner for coach Steve Spavital at Broken Arrow ... Helped te team to 30-9 record over three seasons ... Team won a district title his junior year, finishing as state runner up ... Was named the Tulsa Workd’s preseason Offensive Lineman of the Year ... Was selected as All-Eastern Oklahoma as a junior and senior ... Was an All-District, All-Metro and honorable mention All-State pick as a senior ... Graded at better than 89 percent for his prep career ... Recorded 174 knockdown blocks ... Allowed just three sacks in three seasons, covering more than 700 pass attempts ... Was an Academic All-Conference selection ... Was named to the Honor Roll ... Chose Stetson over San Diego, Iowa State and Columbia. Personal: Full name is Zachary David Zarecki ... Was born on March 5, 1996, in Tulsa, Okla. ... Is the son of Becky and David Zarecki ... Has one brother, Zane (24), and one sister, Zoe (13) ... His father played football at the University of New Haven ... His mother played college basketball at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M ... Is a Business Administration major.

The 2014 Stetson Hatters Player Bio Index No. Name Pos. Page 12 Acham, Jordan PK 19 22 Adesoji, Glenn DB 19 32 Allen, Zach DB 19 13 Amick, Grant PK 19 48 Antor, Harold RB 20 21 Armatas, Calvin WR 20 1 Atkins, Chris DB 20 56 Belk, Davion DL 20 79 Benson, Stephen OL 20 36 Bess, Austin LB 21 52 Bialkowski, Nick LB 21 44 Boudreaux, Jeb DB 21 34 Carrington, Craig RB 22 83 Coggin, Rob WR 22 27 Coleman, Chase DB 22 49 Copeland, Marquavein RB 23 78 Cranker, Tyler OL 23 4 Crawford, Chris WR 23 90 Curry, Eddie DE 23 19 Davis, Devin DB 23 18 DeFilippo, Gaven QB 24 25 Dunn, Taylor TE 24 24 Dyer, Zach DB 24 14 Edgar, Kyle RB 25 71 Edwards, Matt OL 25 55 Eldemire, Fletcher OL 25 66 Fallabel, Jeff DE 25 18 Farmer, Bo DB 26 38 Finfrock, Jackson DB 26 60 Fogarty, Patrick OL 26 99 Fogle, Eric P 26 21 Fonseca, Conrad DB 26 26 Franklin, PJ RB 27 85 Fuehrer, Andrew WR 27 69 Gannon, Sean OL 27 53 Gildea, Ryan LB 27 37 Gillotte, Devin RB 28 75 Gleason, Jared OL 28 47 Gonzales, Alex DB 28 78 Gotling, Gary LS 28 96 Green, Andrew DL 28 70 Guy, Trevor OL 29 43 Hall, Marlin DB 29 48 Hester, John LB 29 73 Howerton, Jack OL 29 29 Jackson, Chance DB 30 5 Jackson, Trezdun DB 30 42 Jakubek, Bobby DB 30 50 Jamison, Dearmis LB 31 13 Jerozal, Jonathan QB 31 35 Jessmer, Devyn LB 31 45 Johnson, Mason LB 31 97 Jones-Stewart, Devon DL 31 16 Juarez, Tristan DB 32 61 Keller, Travis OL 32 15 LaGamma, James P 32 82 Lane, Mitch WR 32 51 Lazear, David LB 33

No. Name 11 Long, Dre 7 Lykins, Chris 54 Madrid, Ignacio 65 Magill, Tyler 62 Manning, Blake 88 Marks, Austin 8 Martin, Eric 28 Mazza, Cole 2 McGriff, Darius 92 Micoff, Chris 95 Mines, Matt 86 Moore, Kegan 31 Morris, Joseph 76 Morrow, Mark 57 Nulph, Cody 72 Ohlwein, Jake 39 Paine, Jake 46 Paulus, Hunter 7 Payne, Donald 12 Plattsmier, Blake 67 Post, John 9 Powers, Ryan 41 Riley, Delvin 59 Ripple, Cole 3 Robertson, Robbie 99 Ryals, Anthony 80 Selimos, Ryan 79 Simpson, Ethan

Pos. Page RB 33 WR 33 LB 33 OL 34 OL 34 TE 34 DB 34 RB 35 WR 35 DE 35 DL 35 WR 36 LB 36 OL 36 OL 36 DE 36 LB 37 RB 37 DB 37 QB 38 OL 38 DB 38 DB 39 LB 39 WR 39 DL 40 WR 40 LS 40

No. Name 23 Singleton, Jerami 98 Staud, Cory 70 Steele, Chandler 84 Strahl, Jonathan 5 Swinton, Ja’Vonta 10 Tanner, Keegan 15 Tentler, Ryan 17 Thompson, Dalton 91 Truelove, Dylan 87 Turner, Brock 89 Tyrrell, Austin 81 Valentin, Alex 72 Vari, Griffin 20 Vereen, Kimo 40 Vinson, Adam 37 Waldron, Austin 74 Wallace, Charles 6 Washington, A.J. 77 Wawrzyniak, Matt 93 White, Eddie 94 White, Shayne 17 Whittaker, Spencer 30 Willix, Jason 22 Wright, Darian 58 Wydronkowski, Dylan 33 Yonker, Mike 60 Young, Curtis 63 Zarecki, Zach

Pos. Page RB 40 DL 41 DE 41 TE 41 DB 41 WR 42 QB 42 QB 42 DL 42 WR 43 TE 43 WR 43 OL 43 RB 44 LB 44 DB 44 OL 44 RB 44 OL 45 DL 45 DE 45 DB 45 RB 46 WR 46 LB 46 RB 47 DE 47 OL 47

2014 Stetson Football 2013 STATISTICS TEAM STATISTICS...................STETSON........... OPP

SCORING..............................................195.................... 360 Points Per Game........................... 17.7....................32.7 FIRST DOWNS.....................................167.................... 220 Rushing...........................................74..................... 121 Passing...........................................79...................... 87 Penalty............................................14...................... 12 RUSHING YARDAGE...........................1226.................. 2535 Yards gained rushing.....................1597.................. 2819 Yards lost rushing...........................371.................... 284 Rushing Attempts...........................403.................... 461 Average Per Rush.......................... 3.0......................5.5 Average Per Game....................... 111.5..................230.5 TDs Rushing....................................8....................... 28 PASSING YARDAGE...........................2077.................. 2148 Comp-Att-Int.............................205-340-15........ 165-306-13 Average Per Pass.......................... 6.1......................7.0 Average Per Catch........................ 10.1....................13.0 Average Per Game....................... 188.8..................195.3 TDs Passing....................................13...................... 16 TOTAL OFFENSE................................3303.................. 4683 Total Plays......................................743.................... 767 Average Per Play........................... 4.4......................6.1 Average Per Game....................... 300.3..................425.7 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards.................. 51-969................33-717 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards................. 29-208................25-278 INT RETURNS: #-Yards..................... 13-152................15-203 KICK RETURN AVERAGE................... 19.0....................21.7 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE................... 7.2.....................11.1 INT RETURN AVERAGE...................... 11.7....................13.5 FUMBLES-LOST................................. 19-10...................15-8 PENALTIES-Yards.............................. 54-482................75-584 Average Per Game........................ 43.8....................53.1 PUNTS-Yards.................................... 77-2957..............53-1941 Average Per Punt.......................... 38.4....................36.6 Net punt average........................... 34.3....................31.6 KICKOFFS-Yards.............................. 41-2259..............66-3869 Average Per Kick........................... 55.1....................58.6 Net kick average........................... 34.6....................39.0 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game.......... 28:53................ 31:07 3RD-DOWN Conversions................... 45/171................45/148 3rd-Down Pct................................ 26%....................30% 4TH-DOWN Conversions.................... 16/26..................12/27 4th-Down Pct................................. 62%....................44% SACKS BY-Yards............................... 18-119................20-137 MISC YARDS..........................................0....................... 40 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED.....................25...................... 48 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS.................. 7-14....................8-13 ON-SIDE KICKS.................................... 0-0......................0-0 RED-ZONE SCORES.....................(20-30) 67%...... (26-37) 70% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS.........(14-30) 47%...... (19-37) 51% PAT-ATTEMPTS.............................(20-22) 91%...... (44-45) 98% ATTENDANCE....................................33125................ 23330 Games/Avg Per Game................ 6/5521................5/4666 SCORE BY QUARTERS Stetson Opponents

1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total 26 82 48 39 195 83 90 114 73 360

RUSHING GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Lg Avg/G Ryan Tentler 11 105 570 195 375 3.6 3 85 34.1 Jerami Singleton 11 69 209 41 168 2.4 0 14 15.3 Darius Chapes 11 51 171 17 154 3.0 1 19 14.0 Dre Long 10 64 189 36 153 2.4 1 16 15.3 AJ Washington 4 25 126 9 117 4.7 0 25 29.2 Jonathan Jerozal 8 28 126 22 104 3.7 1 22 13.0 Mike Yonker 11 17 66 4 62 3.6 0 12 5.6 Cole Mazza 8 19 49 2 47 2.5 0 10 5.9 Terrance Burt 8 9 44 0 44 4.9 1 8 5.5 James LaGamma 11 1 8 0 8 8.0 1 8 0.7 Kyle Edgar 1 3 8 1 7 2.3 0 5 7.0 Chris Crawford 11 5 25 18 7 1.4 0 21 0.6 Nick LaSala 11 1 4 0 4 4.0 0 4 0.4 Darius McGriff 11 2 2 0 2 1.0 0 2 0.2 Devon Garnett 11 1 0 7 -7 -7.0 0 0 -0.6 Team 11 3 0 19 -19 -6.3 0 0 -1.7 Total 11 403 1597 371 1226 3.0 8 85 111.5 Opponents 11 461 2819 284 2535 5.5 28 61 230.5 PASSING G Effic Cmp-Att-Int Pct Yds TD Lg Avg/G Ryan Tentler 11 123.76 166-272-9 61.0 1774 12 61 161.3 Jonathan Jerozal 8 83.21 39-67-6 58.2 303 1 29 37.9 Chris Crawford 11 0.00 0-1-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 Total 11 115.40 205-340-15 60.3 2077 13 61 188.8 Opponents 11 121.64 165-306-13 53.9 2148 16 77 195.3 RECEIVING G No. Yds Avg TD Long Avg/G Chris Crawford 11 33 332 10.1 1 40 30.2 Rob Coggin 11 30 335 11.2 4 61 30.5 Darius McGriff 11 28 382 13.6 1 47 34.7 Mike Yonker 11 18 308 17.1 0 58 28.0 Nick LaSala 11 13 96 7.4 1 15 8.7 Devon Garnett 11 13 81 6.2 2 11 7.4 Jerami Singleton 11 12 81 6.8 1 59 7.4 Cole Mazza 8 11 68 6.2 0 17 8.5 Dre Long 10 11 50 4.5 0 23 5.0 Darius Chapes 11 10 110 11.0 1 25 10.0 Kegan Moore 11 7 69 9.9 0 36 6.3 Austin Marks 8 5 61 12.2 1 22 7.6 Jonathan Strahl 11 4 35 8.8 0 14 3.2 Calvin Armatas 7 3 14 4.7 0 10 2.0 AJ Washington 4 3 3 1.0 0 6 0.8 Terrance Burt 8 2 41 20.5 0 41 5.1 Ian Leggett 3 1 9 9.0 0 9 3.0 Taylor Dunn 10 1 1 1.0 1 1 0.1 Fletcher Eldemire 11 0 1 0.0 0 0 0.1 Total 11 205 2077 10.1 13 61 188.8 Opponents 11 165 2148 13.0 16 77 195.3 INTERCEPTIONS Chris Atkins Ryan Powers Donald Payne Adam Vinson Glenn Adesoji Bobby Jakubek Total Opponents

No. Yds Avg TD Long 6 117 19.5 1 48 2 23 11.5 0 23 2 7 3.5 0 7 1 0 0.0 0 0 1 0 0.0 0 0 1 5 5.0 0 5 13 152 11.7 1 48 15 203 13.5 0 33

FUMBLE RETURNS No. Yds Avg TD Long Donald Payne 1 8 8.0 2 8 Total 1 8 8.0 2 8 Opponents 3 114 38.0 2 60 Returning Players in Italics

2014 Stetson Football 2013 STATISTICS PUNT RETURNS Chris Crawford Terrance Burt Ryan Powers Darius Chapes Keegan Tanner Total Opponents

No. Yds Avg TD Long 14 107 7.6 0 32 13 60 4.6 0 42 1 44 44.0 1 28 1 0 0.0 0 0 0 -3 0.0 0 0 29 208 7.2 1 42 25 278 11.1 0 42

KICK RETURNS Terrance Burt Darius McGriff Darius Chapes Dre Long Keegan Tanner Kegan Moore Total Opponents

No. Yds Avg TD Long 18 466 25.9 0 83 14 280 20.0 0 36 7 58 8.3 0 17 6 98 16.3 0 21 3 44 14.7 0 21 3 23 7.7 0 16 51 969 19.0 0 83 33 717 21.7 2 97

|---------- PATs ----------| SCORING TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Pts James LaGamma 1 6-13 16-18 0-1 0 0-0 0 0 40 Rob Coggin 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 26 Ryan Tentler 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-1 0 0 18 Devon Garnett 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 Daarius Chapes 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 Donald Payne 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 Ronak Patel 0 1-1 4-4 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 7 Nick LaSala 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Jerami Singleton 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Taylor Dunn 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Jonathan Jerozal 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1-1 0 0 6 Austin Marks 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Chris Crawford 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Ryan Powers 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Chris Atkins 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Dre Long 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Darius McGriff 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Terrance Burt 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Team 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 1 2 Total 25 7-14 20-22 0-1 1 1-2 0 1 195 Opponents 48 8-13 44-45 0-0 0 0-3 0 2 360 TOTAL OFFENSE Ryan Tentler Jonathan Jerozal Jerami Singleton Darius Chapes Dre Long AJ Washington Mike Yonker Cole Mazza Terrance Burt James LaGamma Kyle Edgar Chris Crawford Nick LaSala Darius McGriff Devon Garnett Team Total Opponents

G Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G 11 377 375 1774 2149 195.4 8 95 104 303 407 50.9 11 69 168 0 168 15.3 11 51 154 0 154 14.0 10 64 153 0 153 15.3 4 25 117 0 117 29.2 11 17 62 0 62 5.6 8 19 47 0 47 5.9 8 9 44 0 44 5.5 11 1 8 0 8 0.7 1 3 7 0 7 7.0 11 6 7 0 7 0.6 11 1 4 0 4 0.4 11 2 2 0 2 0.2 11 1 -7 0 -7 -0.6 11 3 -19 0 -19 -1.7 11 743 1226 2077 3303 300.3 11 767 2535 2148 4683 425.7

Returning Players in Italics

FIELD GOALS M-A Pct 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ Lg Blk James LaGamma 6-13 46.2 0-1 2-2 2-5 2-5 0-0 40 1 Ronak Patel 1-1 100.0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 20 0 FG SEQUENCE Stetson OPPONENTS Warner (34),44 (27) Florida Tech (25),(33) 49,(49),(40),40 Birmingham-Southern 30 29 San Diego - (22) Butler - (27) Dayton - Marist 40,36 38 Campbell (40) Davidson 19,(40),30,(25) Jacksonville 44,(20) (36),46 Mercer - (27),(27) Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made. PUNTING No. Yds Avg Long TB FC I20 Blkd James LaGamma 73 2825 38.7 70 2 21 18 1 Eric Fogle 3 104 34.7 43 0 2 0 0 Team 1 28 28.0 28 0 0 0 0 Total 77 2957 38.4 70 2 23 18 1 Opponents 53 1941 36.6 61 3 8 14 3 KICKOFFS No. Yds Ronak Patel 21 1205 Grant Amick 18 961 James LaGamma 2 93 Total 41 2259 Opponents 66 3869

Avg TB OB Retn Net YdLn 57.4 4 1 53.4 1 1 46.5 0 0 55.1 5 2 717 34.6 30 58.6 13 2 969 39.0 25

ALL PURPOSE G Rush Rec PR KOR IR Tot Avg/G Darius McGriff 11 2 382 0 280 0 664 60.4 Terrance Burt 8 44 41 60 466 0 611 76.4 Chris Crawford 11 7 332 107 0 0 446 40.5 Ryan Tentler 11 375 0 0 0 0 375 34.1 Mike Yonker 11 62 308 0 0 0 370 33.6 Rob Coggin 11 0 335 0 0 0 335 30.5 Darius Chapes 11 154 110 0 58 0 322 29.3 Dre Long 10 153 50 0 98 0 301 30.1 Jerami Singleton 11 168 81 0 0 0 249 22.6 AJ Washington 4 117 3 0 0 0 120 30.0 Chris Atkins 11 0 0 0 0 117 117 10.6 Cole Mazza 8 47 68 0 0 0 115 14.4 Jonathan Jerozal 8 104 0 0 0 0 104 13.0 Nick LaSala 11 4 96 0 0 0 100 9.1 Kegan Moore 11 0 69 0 23 0 92 8.4 Devon Garnett 11 -7 81 0 0 0 74 6.7 Ryan Powers 11 0 0 44 0 23 67 6.1 Austin Marks 8 0 61 0 0 0 61 7.6 Keegan Tanner 6 0 0 -3 44 0 41 6.8 Jonathan Strahl 11 0 35 0 0 0 35 3.2 Calvin Armatas 7 0 14 0 0 0 14 2.0 Ian Leggett 3 0 9 0 0 0 9 3.0 James LaGamma 11 8 0 0 0 0 8 0.7 Donald Payne 11 0 0 0 0 7 7 0.6 Kyle Edgar 1 7 0 0 0 0 7 7.0 Bobby Jakubek 11 0 0 0 0 5 5 0.5 Taylor Dunn 10 0 1 0 0 0 1 0.1 Fletcher Eldemire 11 0 1 0 0 0 1 0.1 Team 11 -19 0 0 0 0 -19 -1.7 Total 11 1226 2077 208 969 152 4632 421.1 Opponents 11 2535 2148 278 717 203 5881 534.6

2014 Stetson Football 2013 STATISTICS |------------Tackles--------------| |-Sacks-| |---Pass Def---| |--Fumbles--| Blkd DEFENSIVE LEADERS GP-GS Solo Ast Total TFL/Yds No-Yards Int-Yds BrUp QBH Rcv-Yds FF Kick Saf 7 Donald Payne 11-10 71 42 113 16.0-86 4.5-33 2-7 12 3 3-8 2 . . 9 Ryan Powers 11-11 56 26 82 3.0-6 . 2-23 9 1 . 6 1 . 24 Zach Dyer 11-11 40 21 61 8.0-20 . . 3 8 1-0 . . . 51 Dave Lazear 11-11 37 22 59 8.0-34 4.0-26 . . 2 . . . . 56 Davion Belk 11-10 26 32 58 9.5-37 3.0-22 . . . . . 1 . 54 Ignacio Madrid 11-10 22 17 39 3.0-14 1.0-8 . 1 . . . . . 1 Chris Atkins 11-11 26 13 39 0.5-1 0.5-1 6-117 9 . 1-0 . . . 64 Billy Walsh 11-10 14 15 29 4.5-4 1.0-1 . . . 1-0 . . . 22 Glenn Adesoji 9-8 13 8 21 1.0-1 . 1-0 . . 1-0 . . . 42 Bobby Jakubek 11-1 14 6 20 3.0-6 . 1-5 1 . . . . . 95 Matt Mines 10-4 7 9 16 1.5-2 . . 1 1 . . . . 40 Adam Vinson 8-3 9 6 15 2.0-3 . 1-0 1 . . . . . 44 Jeb Boudreaux 11-0 9 6 15 . . . . 1 . 2 . . 94 Morris Eguakun 10-5 5 10 15 1.0-9 1.0-9 . 1 . . . . . 99 Zack Boryla 9-3 5 9 14 1.5-5 1.0-4 . . . . . . . 58 Dylan Wydronkowski 10-0 7 7 14 1.0-3 . . . 2 . . . . 35 Devyn Jessmer 6-3 7 6 13 0.5-0 . . 1 3 . . . . 53 Ryan Gildea 9-1 7 5 12 2.0-14 1.0-8 . 1 1 . . . . 86 Kegan Moore 11-0 5 5 10 . . . . . . . . . 5 Jamari Haywood 10-0 6 4 10 . . . . . . . . . 79 Jack Howerton 11-2 5 4 9 1.5-2 . . . . . . . . 39 Jake Paine 9-3 4 3 7 . . . . . . . . . 18 Bo Farmer 11-0 7 . 7 . . . . . . . . . 27 Chase Coleman 10-2 2 4 6 . . . . . . . . . 70 Shayne White 10-0 3 3 6 . . . . . . . . . 33 Mike Yonker 11-8 4 1 5 . . . . . . . . . 59 Cole Ripple 10-0 3 2 5 0.5-1 . . . . . . . . 10 Keegan Tanner 6-0 3 1 4 . . . . . . 1 1 . 98 Cory Staud 7-0 2 2 4 0.5-0 . . . . . . . . 96 Andrew Green 9-1 2 1 3 . . . . . . . . . 50 Dearmis Jamison 3-0 1 2 3 . . . . . . . . . 43 Marlin Hall 4-0 3 . 3 2.0-3 . . . . . . . . 34 Andreis Norris 3-1 3 . 3 1.0-3 . . . . . . . . 55 Fletcher Eldemire 11-11 3 . 3 . . . . . . . . . 90 Dylan Rutledge 8-0 . 2 2 0.5-2 . . 1 . . . . . 49 Patrick Cone 2-0 2 . 2 1.0-7 1.0-7 . . . . . . . 28 Cole Mazza 8-2 1 1 2 . . . . . . . . . 68 Erick Trujillo 2-0 . 2 2 . . . . . . . . . 14 Sean Hensley 8-0 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . . 47 Alex Gonzales 3-0 1 1 2 . . . . . . . . . 3 Nick LaSala 11-1 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . . 69 Sean Gannon 11-7 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . . 83 Rob Coggin 11-8 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . . 16 Devon Garnett 11-3 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . . 29 Kyle Simmons 2-0 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 19 Devon Jones-Stewart 3-0 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 31 Mike Dougherty 5-0 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 17 Spencer Whittaker 3-0 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 91 Gian Colombo 1-0 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 8 Ian Leggett 3-0 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 21 Calvin Armatas 7-1 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 87 Mitch Lane 10-0 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 13 Jonathan Jerozal 8-0 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 78 Taylor Greene 1-0 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 15 Ryan Tentler 11-11 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 75 Ronak Patel 7-0 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . TM Team 11-0 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . 1 38 Darius Chapes 11-6 . . . . . . . . 1-0 . 1 . Total 11-0 455 302 757 73-263 18-119 13-152 41 22 8-8 11 4 1 Opponents 11-0 472 246 718 85.0-341 20-137 15-203 26 15 10-114 11 3 2 Returning Players in Italics

2014 Stetson Football 2013 GAME-BY-GAME |----RUSHING----| |---RECEIVING---| |---------PASSING----------| |---KICK RET---| |---PUNT RET--| tot Date Opponent No. Yds TD Lg No. Yds TD Lg Cmp-Att-Int Yds TD Lg No Yds TD Lg No Yds TD Lg off Aug 31 WARNER 40 167 1 30 19 179 2 32 19-28-0 179 2 32 1 22 0 22 3 5 0 7 346 Sep 07 at Florida Tech 31 71 0 14 19 117 1 22 19-34-0 117 1 22 4 116 0 83 4 59 0 42 188 Sep 21 B'HAM-SO. 31 114 1 21 29 278 2 40 29-42-5 278 2 40 4 104 0 39 2 2 0 2 392 Sep 28 SAN DIEGO 31 77 0 19 12 84 0 13 12-25-2 84 0 13 10 117 0 32 0 0 0 0 161 Oct 05 at Butler 42 149 1 57 13 113 1 29 13-24-3 113 1 29 6 95 0 22 6 35 0 24 262 Oct 12 DAYTON 30 95 1 14 15 213 2 59 15-30-2 213 2 59 7 151 0 36 3 48 0 32 308 Oct 26 at Marist 39 18 0 13 12 113 0 36 12-24-0 113 0 36 3 39 0 21 3 4 0 4 131 Nov 02 CAMPBELL 38 88 1 33 24 285 1 61 24-38-0 285 1 61 3 32 0 13 1 5 0 5 373 Nov 09 DAVIDSON 47 224 1 85 24 296 2 50 24-31-1 296 2 50 3 54 0 32 4 11 0 6 520 Nov 16 at Jacksonville 39 121 2 19 19 261 0 46 19-34-0 261 0 46 6 156 0 69 3 39 1 28 382 Nov 23 at Mercer 35 102 0 16 19 138 2 26 19-30-2 138 2 26 4 83 0 26 0 0 0 0 240 Totals 403 1226 8 85 205 2077 13 61 205-340-15 2077 13 61 51 969 0 83 29 208 1 42 3303 Opponent 461 2535 28 61 165 2148 16 77 165-306-13 2148 16 77 33 717 2 97 25 278 0 42 4683 Games played: 11 Avg per rush: 3.0 Avg per catch: 10.1 Pass efficiency: 115.40 Kick ret avg: 19.0 Punt ret avg: 7.2 All purpose avg/game: 421.1 Total offense avg/gm: 300.3 |---------TACKLES---------| SACKS |-FUMBLE-| Pass Blkd |----Kicks--XPTS---| Date Opponent Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds No-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds QBH Brk Kick Att-Mad Run Rcv Saf Pts Aug 31 WARNER 30 38 68 6.0-18 3.0-11 0 1-0 2-5 0 6 1 4-4 0 0 0 31 Sep 07 at Florida Tech 53 18 71 8.0-33 3.0-20 0 0-0 1-0 1 7 0 1-1 0 0 0 13 Sep 21 B'HAM-SO. 56 24 80 7.0-32 0.0-0 4 2-8 2-55 6 3 0 5-4 0 0 0 34 Sep 28 SAN DIEGO 50 12 62 7.0-29 2.0-19 1 1-0 1-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Oct 05 at Butler 48 30 78 7.0-21 0.0-0 0 0-0 1-0 0 5 1 1-1 0 1 0 15 Oct 12 DAYTON 42 26 68 7.0-11 0.0-0 0 0-0 1-20 4 2 0 3-2 0 0 0 20 Oct 26 at Marist 27 36 63 4.0-10 0.0-0 1 0-0 2-37 3 4 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 Nov 02 CAMPBELL 32 38 70 7.0-23 1.0-8 0 1-0 0-0 4 4 0 1-1 0 0 1 18 Nov 09 DAVIDSON 29 14 43 10.0-43 4.0-31 1 0-0 0-0 4 4 0 2-2 0 0 0 26 Nov 16 at Jacksonville 48 24 72 4.0-23 2.0-15 3 2-0 3-35 0 6 2 3-3 0 0 0 24 Nov 23 at Mercer 40 42 82 6.0-20 3.0-15 1 1-0 0-0 0 0 0 2-2 0 0 0 14 Totals 455 302 757 73.0-263 18.0-119 11 8-8 13-152 22 41 4 22-20 0 1 1 195 Opponent 472 246 718 85.0-341 20.0-137 11 10-114 15-203 15 26 3 45-44 0 0 2 360 Date Opponent Aug 31 WARNER Sep 07 at Florida Tech Sep 21 B'HAM-SO. Sep 28 SAN DIEGO Oct 05 at Butler Oct 12 DAYTON Oct 26 at Marist Nov 02 CAMPBELL Nov 09 DAVIDSON Nov 16 at Jacksonville Nov 23 at Mercer Totals Opponent

|----------------------PUNTING----------------------| |--FIELD GOALS--| No Yds Avg Long Blkd TB FC 50+ I20 Att-Made Lg Blkd 8 286 35.8 48 0 0 3 0 3 2-1 34 0 9 352 39.1 70 0 0 3 1 2 2-2 33 0 4 169 42.2 46 0 0 1 0 1 1-0 0 1 7 283 40.4 53 0 1 1 1 1 0-0 0 0 6 259 43.2 48 0 0 2 0 2 0-0 0 0 7 268 38.3 49 0 0 1 0 0 0-0 0 0 10 327 32.7 58 0 1 3 1 1 2-0 0 0 8 275 34.4 41 1 0 3 0 2 1-1 40 0 4 149 37.2 46 0 0 2 0 2 4-2 40 0 9 416 46.2 58 0 0 4 5 4 2-1 20 0 5 173 34.6 44 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 77 2957 38.4 70 1 2 23 8 18 14-7 40 1 53 1941 36.6 61 3 3 8 3 14 13-8 49 1

|-----------KICKOFFS-----------| No Yds Avg TB OB 5 285 57.0 1 0 3 166 55.3 0 0 5 337 67.4 0 0 1 65 65.0 0 0 5 266 53.2 0 0 4 238 59.5 1 0 1 65 65.0 1 0 3 185 61.7 1 1 6 272 45.3 0 1 5 240 48.0 1 0 3 140 46.7 0 0 41 2259 55.1 5 2 66 3869 58.6 13 2

2014 Stetson Football 2013 GAME-BY-GAME OPPONENTS |----RUSHING----| |---RECEIVING---| |---------PASSING----------| |---KICK RET---| |---PUNT RET--| tot Date Opponent No. Yds TD Lg No. Yds TD Lg Cmp-Att-Int Yds TD Lg No Yds TD Lg No Yds TD Lg off Aug 31 WARNER 39 83 0 12 10 110 0 42 10-29-2 110 0 42 4 56 0 26 1 10 0 10 193 Sep 07 at Florida Tech 42 206 1 32 23 235 1 34 23-40-1 235 1 34 3 63 0 33 2 22 0 29 441 Sep 21 B’HAM-SO. 45 266 4 61 19 221 2 49 19-33-2 221 2 49 5 100 0 40 1 0 0 0 487 Sep 28 SAN DIEGO 44 345 6 46 20 279 2 38 20-23-1 279 2 38 1 24 0 24 3 21 0 7 624 Oct 05 at Butler 48 240 3 51 15 133 1 25 15-29-1 133 1 25 5 89 0 27 1 3 0 3 373 Oct 12 DAYTON 51 261 6 61 9 171 1 77 9-18-1 171 1 77 3 82 0 35 5 99 0 36 432 Oct 26 at Marist 34 179 1 59 19 260 3 37 19-37-2 260 3 37 0 0 0 0 1 16 0 16 439 Nov 02 CAMPBELL 38 209 2 34 16 111 0 38 16-26-0 111 0 38 1 97 1 97 2 20 0 13 320 Nov 09 DAVIDSON 26 122 1 49 9 164 0 40 9-27-0 164 0 40 5 123 1 92 1 0 0 0 286 Nov 16 at Jacksonville 40 308 1 35 17 325 4 45 17-32-3 325 4 45 3 43 0 19 5 77 0 42 633 Nov 23 at Mercer 54 316 3 52 8 139 2 49 8-12-0 139 2 49 3 40 0 19 3 10 0 7 455 Opponent totals 461 2535 28 61 165 2148 16 77 165-306-13 2148 16 77 33 717 2 97 25 278 0 42 4683 Stetson 403 1226 8 85 205 2077 13 61 205-340-15 2077 13 61 51 969 0 83 29 208 1 42 3303 Games played: 11 Avg per rush: 5.5 Avg per catch: 13.0 Pass efficiency: 121.64 Kick ret avg: 21.7 Punt ret avg: 11.1 All purpose avg/game: 534.6 Total offense avg/gm: 425.7 |---------TACKLES---------| SACKS |-FUMBLE-| Pass Blkd |----Kicks--XPTS---| Date Opponent Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds No-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds QBH Brk Kick Att-Mad Run Rcv Saf Pts Aug 31 WARNER 40 34 74 7.0-14 0.0-0 1 1-0 0-0 4 2 0 0-0 0 0 0 3 Sep 07 at Florida Tech 45 12 57 7.0-21 0.0-0 3 1-0 0-0 0 4 0 2-2 0 0 0 20 Sep 21 B’HAM-SO. 55 10 65 5.0-31 1.0-20 1 1-27 5-40 1 1 2 7-7 0 0 0 49 Sep 28 SAN DIEGO 42 4 46 6.0-19 2.0-9 2 2-0 2-49 0 4 0 8-8 0 0 0 59 Oct 05 at Butler 36 38 74 10.0-28 3.0-11 2 1-27 3-62 0 0 0 4-4 0 0 2 35 Oct 12 DAYTON 38 18 56 4.0-11 1.0-4 1 1-0 2-42 1 2 0 7-7 0 0 0 49 Oct 26 at Marist 33 36 69 14.0-57 5.0-23 0 0-0 0-0 7 2 0 4-3 0 0 0 27 Nov 02 CAMPBELL 50 6 56 13.0-56 5.0-38 0 1-0 0-0 1 2 1 1-1 0 0 0 19 Nov 09 DAVIDSON 47 22 69 5.0-32 2.0-22 0 0-0 1-0 1 1 0 1-1 0 0 0 13 Nov 16 at Jacksonville 49 32 81 8.0-42 1.0-10 0 1-60 0-0 0 3 0 6-6 0 0 0 45 Nov 23 at Mercer 37 34 71 6.0-30 0.0-0 1 1-0 2-10 0 5 0 5-5 0 0 0 41 Opponent totals 472 246 718 85.0-341 20.0-137 11 10-114 15-203 15 26 3 45-44 0 0 2 360 Stetson 455 302 757 73.0-263 18.0-119 11 8-8 13-152 22 41 4 22-20 0 1 1 195 |----------------------PUNTING----------------------| |--FIELD GOALS--| Date Opponent No Yds Avg Long Blkd TB FC 50+ I20 Att-Made Lg Blkd Aug 31 WARNER 9 309 34.3 52 1 0 3 1 1 1-1 27 0 2 Sep 07 at Florida Tech 6 264 44.0 61 0 1 0 1 1 4-2 49 0 4 Sep 21 B’HAM-SO. 5 193 38.6 49 0 1 1 0 2 1-0 0 0 7 Sep 28 SAN DIEGO 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-1 22 0 10 Oct 05 at Butler 8 282 35.2 46 1 0 0 0 2 1-1 27 0 6 Oct 12 DAYTON 5 195 39.0 43 0 1 0 0 2 0-0 0 0 8 Oct 26 at Marist 4 162 40.5 45 0 0 0 0 2 1-0 0 0 5 Nov 02 CAMPBELL 5 197 39.4 55 0 0 3 1 1 0-0 0 0 5 Nov 09 DAVIDSON 7 234 33.4 40 0 0 0 0 2 0-0 0 0 3 Nov 16 at Jacksonville 3 77 25.7 41 1 0 0 0 0 2-1 36 1 8 Nov 23 at Mercer 1 28 28.0 28 0 0 1 0 1 2-2 27 0 8 Opponent totals 53 1941 36.6 61 3 3 8 3 14 13-8 49 1 66 Stetson 77 2957 38.4 70 1 2 23 8 18 14-7 40 1 41

|-----------KICKOFFS-----------| No Yds Avg TB OB 123 61.5 1 0 224 56.0 0 0 446 63.7 3 0 511 51.1 0 0 343 57.2 0 0 468 58.5 1 0 273 54.6 2 0 290 58.0 0 2 150 50.0 0 0 509 63.6 2 0 532 66.5 4 0 3869 58.6 13 2 2259 55.1 5 2

2014 Stetson Football MONEY PLAYS OVERALL OVERALL RUSHERS 1st TD No. Att RECEPTIONS 1st TD No. Rec Ryan Tentler 31 3 31 90 Darius McGriff 16 1 16 28 Jerami Singleton 10 0 10 69 Rob Coggin 13 4 14 30 Darius Chapes 6 1 7 51 Chris Crawford 11 1 11 33 AJ Washington 6 0 6 25 Mike Yonker 10 0 10 18 Jonathan Jerozal 5 1 6 23 Darius Chapes 5 1 5 10 Dre Long 4 1 5 64 Nick LaSala 4 1 5 13 Cole Mazza 5 0 5 19 Cole Mazza 4 0 4 11 Mike Yonker 4 0 4 17 Kegan Moore 4 0 4 7 James LaGamma 0 1 1 1 Devon Garnett 2 2 3 13 Chris Crawford 1 0 1 5 Austin Marks 2 1 3 5 Terrance Burt 1 1 1 9 Dre Long 3 0 3 11 Nick LaSala 1 0 1 1 Jonathan Strahl 2 0 2 4 TOTALS 74 8 78 383 Taylor Dunn 0 1 1 1 Terrance Burt 1 0 1 2 Jerami Singleton 1 1 1 12 Calvin Armatas 1 0 1 3 TOTALS 79 13 84 205 FIRST DOWN FIRST DOWN RUSHERS 1st TD No. Att RECEPTIONS 1st TD No. Rec Ryan Tentler 4 2 4 32 Darius McGriff 7 0 7 13 Jerami Singleton 2 0 2 37 Mike Yonker 7 0 7 8 Mike Yonker 2 0 2 8 Rob Coggin 5 1 5 10 Jonathan Jerozal 0 1 1 9 Chris Crawford 3 0 3 7 Darius Chapes 1 0 1 27 Austin Marks 1 1 2 3 Dre Long 1 0 1 35 Darius Chapes 2 1 2 5 AJ Washington 1 0 1 12 Terrance Burt 1 0 1 2 TOTALS 11 3 12 179 Nick LaSala 1 0 1 5 Kegan Moore 1 0 1 2 TOTALS 28 3 29 69

Drive Summary Obtained Kickoff Punt Field goal Fumble Interception Downs All drives

Own Opp # / Avg # / Avg 66 / 26.9 41 / 32.9 53 / 32.0 77 / 30.5 5 / 24.6 7 / 27.0 8 / 55.0 10 / 46.7 13 / 43.3 15 / 58.3 14 / 34.1 9 / 33.8 159 / 31.9 159 / 34.8

SECOND DOWN SECOND DOWN RUSHERS 1st TD No. Att RECEPTIONS 1st TD No. Rec Ryan Tentler 8 0 8 23 Chris Crawford 4 1 4 17 Darius Chapes 4 1 5 18 Cole Mazza 4 0 4 6 Jerami Singleton 4 0 4 24 Nick LaSala 2 1 3 5 Dre Long 3 1 4 22 Mike Yonker 3 0 3 7 AJ Washington 3 0 3 10 Darius McGriff 3 0 3 6 Jonathan Jerozal 3 0 3 7 Dre Long 2 0 2 8 Mike Yonker 2 0 2 8 Rob Coggin 2 0 2 8 Cole Mazza 2 0 2 7 Devon Garnett 1 2 2 6 Nick LaSala 1 0 1 1 Taylor Dunn 0 1 1 1 Terrance Burt 1 1 1 4 Darius Chapes 1 0 1 2 Chris Crawford 1 0 1 1 Jonathan Strahl 1 0 1 1 TOTALS 32 3 34 129 TOTALS 23 5 26 77 THIRD DOWN THIRD DOWN RUSHERS 1st TD No. Att RECEPTIONS 1st TD No. Rec Ryan Tentler 11 0 11 26 Rob Coggin 5 3 6 10 Cole Mazza 3 0 3 5 Chris Crawford 4 0 4 9 Jerami Singleton 2 0 2 6 Darius McGriff 4 1 4 7 Jonathan Jerozal 2 0 2 7 Kegan Moore 3 0 3 4 AJ Washington 1 0 1 2 Darius Chapes 2 0 2 3 TOTALS 19 0 19 61 Nick LaSala 1 0 1 3 Jonathan Strahl 1 0 1 1 Jerami Singleton 1 1 1 4 Devon Garnett 1 0 1 2 Calvin Armatas 1 0 1 2 Dre Long 1 0 1 3 Austin Marks 1 0 1 1 TOTALS 25 5 26 55 FOURTH DOWN FOURTH DOWN RUSHERS 1st TD No. Att RECEPTIONS 1st TD No. Rec Ryan Tentler 8 1 8 9 Darius McGriff 2 0 2 2 Jerami Singleton 2 0 2 2 Rob Coggin 1 0 1 2 AJ Washington 1 0 1 1 TOTALS 3 0 3 4 James LaGamma 0 1 1 1 Darius Chapes 1 0 1 1 TOTALS 12 2 13 14

2014 Stetson Football 2013 LONG PLAYS 20-YARD PLUS PLAYS Yards Type Player(s) Opponent *85 Rush Ryan Tentler Davidson 83 KR Terrance Burt Florida Tech *61 Pass Rob Coggin from Ryan Tentler Campbell *59 Pass Jerami Singleton from Ryan Tentler Dayton 58 Pass Mike Yonker from Ryan Tentler Dayton 57 Rush Ryan Tentler Butler 50 Pass Mike Yonker from Ryan Tentler Davidson *48 INT Chris Atkins BSC 47 Pass Darius McGriff from Ryan Tentler Davidson 46 Pass Mike Yonker from Ryan Tentler Jacksonville 44 Pass Mike Yonker from Ryan Tentler Jacksonville 43 Pass Darius McGriff from Ryan Tentler Jacksonville 42 PR Terrance Burt Florida Tech 41 Pass Terrance Burt from Ryan Tentler Davidson 40 Pass Chris Crawford from Ryan Tentler BSC 39 KR Terrance Burt BSC 36 KR Darius McGriff Dayton 36 Pass Kegan Moore from Ryan Tentler Marist 34 KR Darius McGriff Dayton *33 Rush Ryan Tentler Campbell 32 PR Chris Crawford Dayton 32 KR Terrance Burt Davidson *32 Pass Rob Coggin from Ryan Tentler Warner 32 KR Terrance Burt San Diego 30 Rush Ryan Tentler Warner 30 INT Chris Atkins Jacksonville 29 Pass Chris Crawford from Jonathan Jerozal Butler 29 Pass Darius McGriff from Ryan Tentler Jacksonville 27 Pass Rob Coggin from Ryan Tentler Campbell 27 Pass Darius McGriff from Ryan Tentler BSC 26 KR Darius McGriff Mercer 26 KR Terrance Burt BSC 26 Pass Darius McGriff from Ryan Tentler Mercer 25 Pass Darius Chapes from Ryan Tentler Jacksonville 25 Rush AJ Washington Davidson 25 KR Terrance Burt BSC 25 Pass Chris Crawford from Ryan Tentler Marist 24 PR Chris Crawford Butler 23 Pass Dre Long from Ryan Tentler Warner 23 INT Ryan Powers Marist 23 Pass Darius McGriff from Jonathan Jerozal Campbell 22 KR Darius McGriff Butler 22 Pass Austin Marks from Ryan Tentler Davidson 22 KR Terrance Burt Warner 22 Rush Jonathan Jerozal Butler *22 Pass Darius Chapes from Ryan Tentler Davidson 22 KR Darius McGriff Mercer 22 Pass Dre Long from Ryan Tentler Florida Tech 21 Pass Chris Crawford from Ryan Tentler BSC 21 KR Terrance Burt Jacksonville 21 Pass Darius McGriff from Ryan Tentler Marist 21 KR Keegan Tanner Florida Tech 21 KR Dre Long Marist *21 Pass Chris Crawford from Ryan Tentler Mercer 21 KR Darius McGriff Dayton 21 Pass Mike Yonker from Ryan Tentler Davidson 21 Rush Chris Crawford BSC 20 KR Darius McGriff Mercer 20 Pass Darius McGriff from Ryan Tentler Campbell 20 KR Terrance Burt Butler 20 KR Dre Long Dayton 20 Pass Darius McGriff from Ryan Tentler Mercer 20 INT Chris Atkins Dayton * touchdown scored on play

LONG PLAYS BY THE NUMBERS By Yards 100+ 90-99 80-89 70-79 60-69 50-59 40-49 30-39 20-29

No. TD 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 1 4 1 8 1 11 2 37 2

By Type No. TD Rushing 7 2 Passing 30 5 Punt returns 3 0 Kick returns 19 0 Interceptions 4 1 Fumble returns 0 0 Other 0 0 TOTAL 63 8

20-YARD PLUS BY PLAYER Player No. TD R P KR PR Darius McGriff 16 0 0 9 7 0 Terrance Burt 11 0 0 1 9 1 Chris Crawford 8 1 1 5 0 2 Mike Yonker 5 0 0 5 0 0 Ryan Tentler 4 2 4 0 0 0 Dre Long 4 0 0 2 2 0 Rob Coggin 3 2 0 3 0 0 Chris Atkins 3 1 0 0 0 0 Darius Chapes 2 1 0 2 0 0 Jerami Singleton 1 1 0 1 0 0 Keegan Tanner 1 0 0 0 1 0 Jonathan Jerozal 1 0 1 0 0 0 Austin Marks 1 0 0 1 0 0 Ryan Powers 1 0 0 0 0 0 AJ Washington 1 0 1 0 0 0 Kegan Moore 1 0 0 1 0 0 TOTAL 63 8 7 30 19 3

IR FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 0

LONGEST PLAYS OF THE YEAR Rushing 85 Ryan Tentler vs Davidson (11/9/2013) Rushing Touchdown 85 Ryan Tentler vs Davidson (11/9/2013) Passing 61 Rob Coggin from Ryan Tentler v s Campbell (11/2/2013) Passing Touchdown 61 Rob Coggin from Ryan Tentler v s Campbell (11/2/2013) Punt Return 42 Terrance Burt vs Florida Tech (9/7/2013) Kick Return 83 Terrance Burt vs Florida Tech (9/7/2013) Interception Return 48 Chris Atkins vs Birmingham-Southern (9/21/2013) Fumble Return 8 Donald Payne vs Birmingham-Southern (9/21/2013) Punt 70 James LaGamma vs Florida Tech (9/7/2013) Field Goal 40 James LaGamma vs Campbell (11/2/2013) 40 James LaGamma vs Davidson (11/9/2013)

2014 Stetson Football TACKLES BREAKDOWN Player Total Rush Pass Sack KO Punt Int Fumb FF Other Donald Payne 113 79 26 5 1 0 0 0 2 0 Ryan Powers 82 47 24 0 4 0 0 1 6 0 Zach Dyer 61 41 17 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 Dave Lazear 59 45 8 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 Davion Belk 58 49 6 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 Chris Atkins 39 15 23 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ignacio Madrid 39 34 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 Billy Walsh 29 28 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Glenn Adesoji 21 13 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Bobby Jakubek 20 11 4 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 Matt Mines 16 16 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Adam Vinson 15 11 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Morris Eguakun 15 14 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Jeb Boudreaux 15 6 3 0 3 1 0 0 2 0 Dylan Wydronkowski 14 14 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Zack Boryla 14 11 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Devyn Jessmer 13 6 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Ryan Gildea 12 7 3 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 Kegan Moore 10 0 0 0 3 6 1 0 0 0 Jamari Haywood 10 4 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 Jack Howerton 9 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Bo Farmer 7 2 2 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 Jake Paine 7 5 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Shayne White 6 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Chase Coleman 6 1 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Cole Ripple 5 2 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 Mike Yonker 5 0 0 0 0 4 1 0 0 0 Keegan Tanner 4 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 Cory Staud 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Player Total Rush Pass Sack KO Punt Int Fumb FF Other Fletcher Eldemire 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 Andreis Norris 3 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Andrew Green 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Dearmis Jamison 3 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Marlin Hall 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Patrick Cone 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Sean Hensley 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Nick LaSala 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 Sean Gannon 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 Alex Gonzales 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 Rob Coggin 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 Devon Garnett 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 Dylan Rutledge 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Erick Trujillo 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Cole Mazza 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 Mike Dougherty 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 Ryan Tentler 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Gian Colombo 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Jonathan Jerozal 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Ronak Patel 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Spencer Whittaker 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Taylor Greene 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Kyle Simmons 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Devon Jones-Stewart 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Calvin Armatas 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 Mitch Lane 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Ian Leggett 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 757 497 157 20 32 25 12 3 11 0

2014 Stetson Football SEASON HIGHS INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS Rushes 17 Yards Rushing 111 TD Rushes 1 Long Rush 85 Pass attempts 42 Pass completions 29 Yards Passing 296 TD Passes 2 Long Pass 61 Receptions 6 Yards Receiving 113 TD Receptions 2 Long Reception 61 Field Goals 2 Long Field Goal 40 Punts 10 Punting Avg 46.2 Long Punt 70 Punts inside 20 4 Long Punt Return 42 Long KO Return 83 Tackles 15 Sacks 2.5 Tackles For Loss 4.0 Interceptions 2

Ryan Tentler vs Davidson (Nov 09) Ryan Tentler vs Davidson (Nov 09) eight times Ryan Tentler at Jacksonville (Nov 16) Ryan Tentler vs Davidson (Nov 09) Ryan Tentler vs B'ham-So. (Sep 21) Ryan Tentler vs B'ham-So. (Sep 21) Ryan Tentler vs Davidson (Nov 09) Ryan Tentler (five times) Ryan Tentler vs Campbell (Nov 02) Rob Coggin vs Warner (Aug 31) Rob Coggin vs Campbell (Nov 02) Chris Crawford at Mercer (Nov 23) Rob Coggin vs Campbell (Nov 02) Rob Coggin vs Warner (Aug 31) Rob Coggin vs Campbell (Nov 02) James LaGamma at Fla. Tech (Sep 07) James LaGamma vs Davidson (Nov 09) James LaGamma vs Campbell (Nov 02) James LaGamma vs Davidson (Nov 09) James LaGamma at Marist (Oct 26) James LaGamma at Jacksonville (Nov 16) James LaGamma at Fla. Tech (Sep 07) James LaGamma at Jacksonville (Nov 16) Terrance Burt at Fla. Tech (Sep 07) Terrance Burt at Fla. Tech (Sep 07) Donald Payne vs Campbell (Nov 02) Donald Payne vs Davidson (Nov 09) Donald Payne vs Davidson (Nov 09) Chris Atkins at Jacksonville (Nov 16)

TEAM GAME HIGHS Rushes 47 Yards Rushing 224 Yards Per Rush 4.8 TD Rushes 2 Pass attempts 42 Pass completions 29 Yards Passing 296 Yards Per Pass 9.5 TD Passes 2 Total Plays 78 Total Offense 520 Yards Per Play 6.7 Points 34 Sacks By 4 First Downs 24 Penalties 9 Penalty Yards 80 Turnovers 6 Interceptions By 3 Punts 10 Punting Avg 46.2 Long Punt 70 Punts inside 20 4 Long Punt Return 42

vs Davidson (Nov 09) vs Davidson (Nov 09) vs Davidson (Nov 09) at Jacksonville (Nov 16) vs B'ham-So. (Sep 21) vs B'ham-So. (Sep 21) vs Davidson (Nov 09) vs Davidson (Nov 09) vs Warner (Aug 31) vs B'ham-So. (Sep 21) vs Dayton (Oct 12) vs Davidson (Nov 09) at Mercer (Nov 23) vs Davidson (Nov 09) vs Davidson (Nov 09) vs Davidson (Nov 09) vs B'ham-So. (Sep 21) vs Davidson (Nov 09) vs Davidson (Nov 09) vs Warner (Aug 31) vs Warner (Aug 31) vs B'ham-So. (Sep 21) at Jacksonville (Nov 16) at Marist (Oct 26) at Jacksonville (Nov 16) at Fla. Tech (Sep 07) at Jacksonville (Nov 16) at Fla. Tech (Sep 07)

OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

Rushes 28 JeTarii Donald, at Mercer (Nov 23) Yards Rushing 201 Issac Nichols, vs B'ham-So. (Sep 21) TD Rushes 3 Connor Kacsor, vs Dayton (Oct 12) Long Rush 61 Issac Nichols, vs B'ham-So. (Sep 21) Rob Washington, vs Dayton (Oct 12) Pass attempts 32 Tyson Beacham, vs B'ham-So. (Sep 21) Kade Bell, at Jacksonville (Nov 16) Pass completions 18 Tyson Beacham, vs B'ham-So. (Sep 21) Mason Mills, vs San Diego (Sep 28) Chuckie Looney, at Marist (Oct 26) Yards Passing 325 Kade Bell, at Jacksonville (Nov 16) TD Passes 4 Kade Bell, at Jacksonville (Nov 16) Long Pass 77 Will Bardo, vs Dayton (Oct 12) Receptions 10 Xavier Milton, at Fla. Tech (Sep 07) Yards Receiving 151 Xavier Milton, at Fla. Tech (Sep 07) TD Receptions 2 Brandon White, vs San Diego (Sep 28) Andrew Robustelli, at Jacksonville (Nov 16) Long Reception 77 Gary Hunter, vs Dayton (Oct 12) Field Goals 2 Brion Ashley, at Fla. Tech (Sep 07) Tyler Zielenske, at Mercer (Nov 23) Long Field Goal 49 Brion Ashley, at Fla. Tech (Sep 07) Punts 8 Connor Killeen, vs Warner (Aug 31) Punting Avg 44.0 Brion Ashley, at Fla. Tech (Sep 07) Long Punt 61 Brion Ashley, at Fla. Tech (Sep 07) Punts inside 20 2 Hagen Mancuso, vs B'ham-So. (Sep 21) Brian Akialis, at Butler (Oct 05) Kyle Pignatiello, vs Dayton (Oct 12) Mike Maccarone, at Marist (Oct 26) Long Punt Return 42 Adrian Riley, at Jacksonville (Nov 16) Long KO Return 97 Jonathon Rogers, vs Campbell (Nov 02) Tackles 11 Larry Faison, vs Warner (Aug 31) Tyler Ward, at Mercer (Nov 23) Sacks 2.5 Terrence Fede, at Marist (Oct 26) Tackles For Loss 4.0 Terrence Fede, at Marist (Oct 26) Interceptions 2 William Weller, vs B'ham-So. (Sep 21)

OPPONENT TEAM GAME HIGHS Rushes 54 Yards Rushing 345 Yards Per Rush 7.8 TD Rushes 6 Pass attempts 40 Pass completions 23 Yards Passing 325 Yards Per Pass 12.1 TD Passes 4 Total Plays 82 Total Offense 633 Yards Per Play 9.3 Points 59 Sacks By 5 First Downs 31 Penalties 11 Penalty Yards 85 Turnovers 5 Interceptions By 5 Punts 9 Punting Avg 44.0 Long Punt 61 Punts inside 20 2 Long Punt Return 42

at Mercer (Nov 23) vs San Diego (Sep 28) vs San Diego (Sep 28) vs San Diego (Sep 28) vs Dayton (Oct 12) at Fla. Tech (Sep 07) at Fla. Tech (Sep 07) at Jacksonville (Nov 16) vs San Diego (Sep 28) at Jacksonville (Nov 16) at Florida Tech (Sep 07) at Jacksonville (Nov 16) vs San Diego (Sep 28) vs San Diego (Sep 28) at Marist (Oct 26) vs Campbell (Nov 02) vs San Diego (Sep 28) at Florida Tech (Sep 07) at Butler (Oct 05) at Jacksonville (Nov 16) vs Birmingham-Southern (Sep 21) vs Warner (Aug 31) at Florida Tech (Sep 07) at Florida Tech (Sep 07) five times at Jacksonville (Nov 16)

2014 Stetson Football BY-QUARTER STATS 3rd-Down Conversions

Date Opponent Score Overall 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Aug 31 Warner W 31-3 5-16 31.2% 0-2 0.0% 3-6 50.0% 2-5 40.0% 0-3 0.0% Sep 07 at Florida Tech L 13-20 3-16 18.8% 1-3 33.3% 1-4 25.0% 1-5 20.0% 0-4 0.0% Sep 21 B'ham-Southern L 34-49 6-12 50.0% 1-2 50.0% 2-2 100.0% 1-4 25.0% 2-4 50.0% Sep 28 San Diego L 0-59 4-14 28.6% 1-5 20.0% 1-3 33.3% 0-3 0.0% 2-3 66.7% Oct 05 at Butler L 15-35 2-13 15.4% 0-4 0.0% 0-2 0.0% 2-3 66.7% 0-4 0.0% Oct 12 Dayton L 20-49 3-13 23.1% 1-6 16.7% 1-3 33.3% 0-2 0.0% 1-2 50.0% Oct 26 at Marist L 0-27 3-18 16.7% 2-7 28.6% 1-5 20.0% 0-2 0.0% 0-4 0.0% Nov 02 Campbell L 18-19 6-18 33.3% 2-4 50.0% 2-5 40.0% 0-3 0.0% 2-6 33.3% Nov 09 Davidson W 26-13 5-18 27.8% 1-5 20.0% 2-6 33.3% 1-3 33.3% 1-4 25.0% Nov 16 at Jacksonville L 24-45 5-18 27.8% 2-4 50.0% 1-5 20.0% 1-3 33.3% 1-6 16.7% Nov 23 at Mercer L 14-41 3-15 20.0% 0-2 0.0% 1-5 20.0% 1-4 25.0% 1-4 25.0% Stetson 45-171 26.3% 11-44 25.0% 15-46 32.6% 9-37 24.3% 10-44 22.7% Opponents 45-148 30.4% 11-37 29.7% 9-35 25.7% 13-34 38.2% 12-42 28.6%

4th-Down Conversions

Date Opponent Score Overall 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Aug 31 Warner W 31-3 1-1 100.0% 0-0 0.0% 1-1 100.0% 0-0 0.0% 0-0 0.0% Sep 07 at Florida Tech L 13-20 0-1 0.0% 0-0 0.0% 0-0 0.0% 0-0 0.0% 0-1 0.0% Sep 21 B'ham-Southern L 34-49 0-1 0.0% 0-0 0.0% 0-0 0.0% 0-0 0.0% 0-1 0.0% Sep 28 San Diego L 0-59 1-2 50.0% 0-1 0.0% 0-0 0.0% 0-0 0.0% 1-1 100.0% Oct 05 at Butler L 15-35 1-2 50.0% 0-0 0.0% 1-1 100.0% 0-0 0.0% 0-1 0.0% Oct 12 Dayton L 20-49 0-1 0.0% 0-0 0.0% 0-1 0.0% 0-0 0.0% 0-0 0.0% Oct 26 at Marist L 0-27 2-3 66.7% 1-2 50.0% 1-1 100.0% 0-0 0.0% 0-0 0.0% Nov 02 Campbell L 18-19 2-3 66.7% 0-1 0.0% 0-0 0.0% 0-0 0.0% 2-2 100.0% Nov 09 Davidson W 26-13 4-4 100.0% 1-1 100.0% 1-1 100.0% 1-1 100.0% 1-1 100.0% Nov 16 at Jacksonville L 24-45 1-2 50.0% 0-0 0.0% 0-0 0.0% 0-0 0.0% 1-2 50.0% Nov 23 at Mercer L 14-41 4-6 66.7% 1-1 100.0% 2-2 100.0% 0-0 0.0% 1-3 33.3% Stetson 16-26 61.5% 3-6 50.0% 6-7 85.7% 1-1 100.0% 6-12 50.0% Opponents 12-27 44.4% 2-5 40.0% 2-4 50.0% 2-3 66.7% 6-15 40.0%

Time of Possession

Date Opponent Score Overall 1st Qtr 2nd Qtr 3rd Qtr 4th Qtr Aug 31 Warner W 31-3 30:19 4:25 9:14 9:51 6:49 Sep 07 at Florida Tech L 13-20 23:46 7:06 6:15 6:02 4:23 Sep 21 B'ham-Southern L 34-49 26:19 6:22 7:15 6:57 5:45 Sep 28 San Diego L 0-59 25:34 7:52 7:27 4:17 5:58 Oct 05 at Butler L 15-35 26:24 6:48 8:21 6:11 5:04 Oct 12 Dayton L 20-49 25:47 9:43 7:21 3:06 5:37 Oct 26 at Marist L 0-27 28:42 9:26 9:39 3:03 6:34 Nov 02 Campbell L 18-19 32:49 9:26 7:11 7:59 8:13 Nov 09 Davidson W 26-13 38:08 7:54 10:22 9:17 10:35 Nov 16 at Jacksonville L 24-45 32:14 8:54 7:50 7:19 8:11 Nov 23 at Mercer L 14-41 27:38 6:12 8:58 5:38 6:50 Stetson Total 317:40 84:08 89:53 69:40 73:59 Avg. 28:52 7:38 8:10 6:20 6:43 Opponents Total 342:20 80:52 75:07 95:20 91:01 Avg. 31:07 7:21 6:49 8:40 8:16

2014 Stetson Football RED ZONE STATS Stetson Inside Opponent Red-Zone Times Times Total Rush Pass FGs Failed to score inside RZ Date Opponent Score In RZ Scored Pts TDs TDs TDs Made FGA Downs Int Fumb Half Game Aug 31 Warner W 31-3 3 3 17 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Sep 07 at Florida Tech L 13-20 3 3 13 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Sep 21 B'ham-Southern L 34-49 4 3 21 3 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 * Sep 28 San Diego L 0-59 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 * Oct 05 at Butler L 15-35 4 2 15 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 * Oct 12 Dayton L 20-49 2 2 14 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 * Oct 26 at Marist L 0-27 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 * Nov 02 Campbell L 18-19 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 * Nov 09 Davidson W 26-13 6 3 12 1 0 1 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 * Nov 16 at Jacksonville L 24-45 4 3 17 2 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 * Nov 23 at Mercer L 14-41 2 1 7 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 Totals 30 20 116 14 6 8 6 4 3 2 1 0 0 20 of 30 (66.7%)

Opponents Inside Stetson Red-Zone Times Times Total Rush Pass FGs Failed to score inside RZ Date Opponent Score In RZ Scored Pts TDs TDs TDs Made FGA Downs Int Fumb Half Game Aug 31 Warner W 31-3 2 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 Sep 07 at Florida Tech L 13-20 5 2 10 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 Sep 21 B'ham-Southern L 34-49 3 2 14 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 * Sep 28 San Diego L 0-59 7 5 31 4 2 2 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 * Oct 05 at Butler L 15-35 4 4 24 3 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 * Oct 12 Dayton L 20-49 5 4 28 4 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 * Oct 26 at Marist L 0-27 3 2 14 2 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 * Nov 02 Campbell L 18-19 3 2 13 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 * Nov 09 Davidson W 26-13 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 * Nov 16 at Jacksonville L 24-45 1 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 * Nov 23 at Mercer L 14-41 3 3 13 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 37 26 153 19 14 5 7 3 4 2 0 2 0 26 of 37 (70.3%)

Stetson Football Through The Years The first organized football game in the state of Florida was an intramural contest at Stetson University on Thanksgiving Day in 1894. One team, named after university president John Forbes and coached by C.B. Rosa, defeated the “Stetson” team, coached by Harvey MacQuiston of the English department. The field was created by removing some pine trees in the spot where the Cummings Gymnasium was later built. Due to the uneven ground, one team had to run uphill each quarter. The game attracted considerable attention and viewers came from as far as Daytona. After several games, local churchmen were shocked by the brutality of the game, which seemed antichristian. This led to a three-year suspension of football at Stetson. On Thanksgiving Day in 1901, football made its return. Stetson met the Florida Agricultural College on the State Fairgrounds in Jacksonville in what has been called Florida’s first bowl game. Stetson won the game 6-0. It is said that Stetson would have scored another touchdown except that a policeman on a horse got in the way. It is also said that Florida Agricultural College would have scored a touchdown had it not been for a tree stump at the edge of the playing field. In the early days, football aroused more interest than any other sport at Stetson, as it did at most universities. In 1903, although Stetson played just two games with a tie and a win, it was considered the state champions. Since the final game of the season was not played, George Wilson of the Florida Times-Union said that Stetson had not formally won the championship. Stetson claimed the state title in 1901, 1903, 1905, 1906, 1907, and 1909. In the spring of 1934 an effort was made to build a $40,000 football stadium on campus. The Civil Works Administra-

1906 State Championship Team.

Original 1884 Intramural “Forbes” team that played the “Stetson” team in the first organized football game in the state of Florida. Forbes team was coached by C.B. Rosa (Back Row Center).

tion (CWA) offered to put up $30,000 of the needed funds. It was assumed that $10,000 of the amount would be needed for materials and all the federal money for that purposed had already been apportioned to other projects on campus. Coach Herb McQuillan and John Stetson, Jr., worked diligently to get the stadium built. They made drawings that turned into blueprints yet it was not enough. It was hoped that the City of DeLand would eventually lease the stadium and help find a way to cover the $10,000, but money was hard to come by at that time and the project never came to fruition. Following the 1934 season, and after the failed attempt to get a football stadium built, long time head coach Herb McQuillan announced that he was leaving Stetson to accept a position at Texas A&M. What followed was the biggest coaching controversy in Stetson athletics history. Initially there were 49 applicants for the coaching vacancy. When it was made public that one of the applicants was football star Red Grange, the best known name in the sport at the time, the other 48 hopefuls faded away. At first it seemed that President Allen wanted Grange, yet when it became clear Grange would accept the position, Allen decided that his hiring would put too much stress on athletics, commercialize the University, and draw the school away from its intended purpose and mission. He feared it would impair the relationship between Stetson and the Baptist constituency. The uproar that followed included an unofficial poll by students who voted 100-1 in favor of hiring Grange. Lo-

1954 Coach McQuillan talks to his players in the locker room.

cals and alumni vigorously supported the students’ effort, yet President Allen stood firm and Red Grange never came to DeLand. The bad news was that Grange did not become Stetson’s next head coach. The good news was that Brady Cowell filled the opening. Cowell was one of the most beloved coaches ever to work at Stetson. He headed up the football program for nine seasons between 1935 and 1948. One of the biggest victories in program history came on Cowell’s watch in 1938. Stetson had played the University of Florida just eight times since 1912 and had fallen behind in enrollment, as well as in football. Stetson traveled to Gainesville, outplayed the Gators and brought home a 16-14 win.

Stetson Football Through The Years

Coach Warren C. Brady Cowell

When Stetson’s excited supporters returned to DeLand they went straight to President Allen’s home and awoke him so he could join in the celebration which he did going as far as lighting the celebratory bonfire. Following the Florida victory another movement started to build a football stadium in DeLand. This time the project was estimated at approximately $100,000. The City of DeLand was to contribute $26,000 and the 6,000 seat venue was to be completed in 1941. Late in the process however, President Allen announced that Stetson, for financial reasons, would cease to participate in intercollegiate sports. Due to finances, as well as World War II the football program was in hiatus from 1941 through 1945. After the war President Allen had football resumed at Stetson. The last notably successful season for the Stetson football team came in 1951. Head Coach Joe McMullen led the Hatters to an 8-1-2 overall record and a 35-20 victory over Arkansas State in the season-ending Tangerine Bowl. The only blemish on the record that season came at the hands of the Florida State Seminoles by a score of 13-10. The end of football at Stetson came to pass following the 1956 season. The times, as well as students at Stetson had changed. They were still interested in athletics, but not nearly as much as in years past. It was felt that football had to be given up. Most of the schools Stetson had played in the past had abandoned their football programs and the larger schools,

like Florida, had grown large and were too strong to compete against. In Stetson’s final season of 1956, other than homecoming, no more than 60 reserved seats were sold to the general public. In a January 22, 1957, meeting of trustees, the football program was terminated at Stetson. While Stetson did not play a football game after 1957, the talk of bringing football back to campus continued, virtually unabated over the years. The movement to bring football back to Stetson started almost before the decision to end the program was made. In August of 1957, Edward C. Furlong, who was chairman of the University athletic committee, came out in support of the return of football, perhaps as early as 1960. The thought was for Stetson to join with other like-minded institutions in the southeast to form a league based on the Ivy League, in which no players would receive athletic aid or scholarships. Then Stetson Director of Athletics, Dr. J. Ollie Edmunds, supported a planned Ivy League that he hoped would include Rollins, Jacksonville and a new University that was being built in Tampa (USF). The Stetson faculty was behind the effort to bring football back, but only if there were other “like-minded” schools in the state who shared that interest. The effort to bring football back continued in 1961 when the University faculty drafted letters to President John F. Kennedy, Oklahoma football coach Bud Wilkinson and A.L. Duer, who was Executive Secretary and Treasurer of the NAIA to enlist their support in bring football back to Stetson. The talk of returning to the football field continued at Stetson through the

President William Allen (1934-1947)

years, but it took more than half a century to bring the sport back. In the spring of 2011, 55 years after the Stetson Board of Trustees ended football, that same board voted to reinstate the sport as a member of the Pioneer Football League, restoring the once proud tradition that is Stetson Football. The University partnered with the City of DeLand to make improvements to Spec Martin Memorial Stadium so that it will serve as the home of Stetson Football. The University also invested more than $6 million to build a new Athletics Training Center on campus, which opened in August of 2012. The facility houses coaches offices, meeting space, locker rooms, an equipment room, a training room and a strength training facility. In addition to two football practice fields, the facility is the home base of operation for both the men’s and women’s soccer programs as well as the women’s lacrosse program, with a game field, and a practice field in addition to all of the other amenities.

1956 Team, the last to play football at Stetson.

Stetson Football Through The Years All-Time Season Results: 1901-1956, 2013 1901 (1-0-0) Coach C. Seaton Fleming Opponent Result Score Florida Agricultural College W 6-0 First game played on Nov. 22 in Jacksonville 1902 (2-1-1) Coach C. Seaton Fleming Opponent Result Score Florida Agricultural College T 0-0 Florida Agricultural College W 22-5 East Florida Seminary L 6-11 East Florida Seminary W 2-0 1903 (1-0-1) Coach C. Seaton Fleming Opponent Result Score Florida Agricultural College W 6-5 Florida State College T 5-5 1904 (2-2-0) Coach Litchfield Colton Opponent Result Score East Florida Seminary W 16-0 East Florida Seminary W 21-0 Jacksonville Light Infantry L 0-6 Florida State College L 6-18 1905 (4-0-1) Coach Litchfield Colton Opponent Result Score Rollins College W 28-0 Rollins College W 39-0 Jacksonville Light Infantry T 0-0 Jacksonville Light Infantry W 12-0 Tampa W 16-0 1906 (3-1-0) Coach Litchfield Colton Opponent Result Score Soldiers W 53-0 Rollins College W 15-0 Rollins College W 2-0 Savannah L 0-39 1907 (2-0-0) Coach Litchfield Colton Opponent Result Score Rollins College W 6-0 Rollins College W 4-0 1908 (0-1-1) Coach Litchfield Colton Opponent Result Score Florida L 5-6 Florida T 0-0 1909 (3-0-1) Coach Litchfield Colton Opponent Result Score Florida W 26-0 Olympics W 10-0 Olympics W 14-0 Florida T 5-5 1910 (3-0-0) Coach Litchfield Colton Opponent Result Score Columbia W 10-0 Olympics W 34-0 Orlando W 6-0 1911 (0-2-0) Coach Litchfield Colton Opponent Result Score Florida L 0-27 Orlando L 5-6 1912 (5-2-0) Coach Litchfield Colton Opponent Result Score Florida Southern W 71-0 College of Charleston W 87-0 R.M.I W 26-3 Mercer L 5-6 Florida L 7-23 Davidson W 21-6 Georgia Military Institute W 19-7

1913 (2-0-0) Coach Litchfield Colton Opponent Result Score Maryville W 13-3 Mercer W 13-6 1914 (1-4-0) Coach Litchfield Colton Opponent Result Score King College of Tennessee L 0-7 Florida Southern L 0-7 Georgia Military Institute W 6-0 Mercer L 0-47 Florida Southern L 0-21 1915 No Team 1916 (3-1-0) Coach Litchfield Colton Opponent Result Score Rollins College W 34-0 Rollins College W 48-0 Florida Southern W 8-6 Florida Southern L 7-13 1917 No Team because of WWI 1918 No Team because of WWI 1919 (4-4-0) Coach Litchfield Colton Opponent Result Score Florida Military Academy W 31-0 Winter Park W 12-0 Arcadia Flyers W 18-6 Florida Southern L 0-19 Rollins College W 32-0 Florida L 0-64 Florida Southern L 12-25 University of Havana L 0-6 1920 (2-4-0) Coach H. T. (Pug) Allen Opponent Result Score Jacksonville American Legion W 7-0 Florida Southern L 0-14 Florida Southern W 20-7 Mercer L 6-21 Florida L 0-26 Florida L 0-20 1921 (1-4-0) Coach H. T. (Pug) Allen Opponent Result Score Rollins College L 0-13 Mercer L 0-41 Oglethorpe L 0-41 Bartow Aviators L 0-19 Orlando American Legion W 25-0 1922 (4-2-0) Coach H. T. (Pug) Allen Opponent Result Score Florida Southern W 52-0 Palatka W 45-0 Fort Lauderdale W 53-0 Tampa Legion L 0-16 Florida Southern W 35-0 Rollins College L 0-25 1923 (5-2-0) Coach Herb McQuillan Opponent Result Score Springfield A.C. W 33-0 Florida Southern L 13-14 St. Augustine W 53-0 Florida Southern W 27-6 Florida L 0-26 Seabreeze W 44-0 Rollins College W 15-7

1924 (6-0-0) Coach Herb McQuillan Opponent Result Score Pensacola Flyers W 16-0 Piedmont W 43-0 Louisiana College W 32-0 Newberry W 26-2 Georgia Southern W 46-6 Cumberland W 32-13 1925 (6-2-1) Coach Herb McQuillan Opponent Result Score Camp Benning L 0-51 Palmer W 34-13 Norman W 16-0 Georgia A & M W 18-0 Spring Hill W 6-5 Carson-Newman T 0-0 Newberry L 0-20 Tennessee State W 10-0 Daytona A.C. W 26-0 1926 (5-1-1) Coach Herb McQuillan Opponent Result Score Citadel L 7-14 Tifton A & M W 63-0 Newberry W 18-0 Spring Hill T 0-0 Rollins College W 33-0 Florida Southern W 17-0 Maryville W 14-12 1927 (6-0-1) Coach Herb McQuillan Opponent Result Score Auburn W 6-0 Newberry W 24-0 Florida Southern T 6-6 Rollins College W 75-0 Louisiana Tech W 19-7 Miami W 36-0 Centre W 27-0 1928 (4-3-0) Coach Herb McQuillan Opponent Result Score Citadel L 0-39 Tampa Independents W 13-0 Rollins College W 19-6 Florida Southern L 0-13 Newberry W 19-0 Miami W 15-6 Samford L 6-8 1929 (5-1-0) Coach Herb McQuillan Opponent Result Score Norman Park W 12-0 Rollins College W 20-0 Florida Southern W 45-19 St. Petersburg Junior College W 19-0 Miami W 12-0 Samford L 13-14 1930 (5-3-0) Coach Herb McQuillan Opponent Result Score Citadel L 7-13 Norman Park Institute W 38-0 Millsaps W 13-0 Centenary L 0-9 St. Petersburg Junior College W 58-0 Mercer L 0-33 Florida Southern W 52-0 Miami W 19-0

Stetson Football Through The Years All-Time Season Results: 1901-1956, 2013 1931 (3-5-0) Coach Herb McQuillan Opponent Result Score Mercer L 7-28 Birmingham Southern L 0-19 Centenary L 0-27 Citadel L 0-6 Erskine W 19-7 Millsaps L 7-19 Florida Southern W 20-0 Georgia Southern W 27-0 1932 (3-1-1) Coach Herb McQuillan Opponent Result Score Middle Georgia T 0-0 Georgia State L 6-34 Oglethorpe W 13-0 Parris Island W 13-7 Lakeland W 7-0 1933 (4-1-1) Coach Herb McQuillan Opponent Result Score Middle Georgia W 7-6 Oglethorpe W 66-13 Bowden W 26-0 Florida Southern W 73-0 Tampa L 0-8 Miami T 0-0 1934 (1-4-1) Coach Herb McQuillan Opponent Result Score Georgia L 0-48 Murray State L 0-19 Mercer L 0-6 Miami T 6-6 Tampa W 21-7 Florida L 0-14 1935 (8-2-0) Coach Brady Cowell Opponent Result Score Florida L 0-34 Oglethorpe W 7-6 Samford L 0-32 Miami W 13-12 Erskine W 19-13 Tampa W 9-7 Murray State W 6-0 Georgia State W 9-6 Rollins College W 21-14 Florida Southern W 19-10 1936 (2-5-1) Coach Brady Cowell Opponent Result Score Georgia State W 12-0 Florida L 0-32 Tampa L 0-6 Erskine L 6-12 Miami L 6-20 Union T 7-7 Oglethorpe W 13-7 Rollins College L 0-13 1937 (5-4-0) Coach Brady Cowell Opponent Result Score Florida L 0-13 Georgia Southern W 24-0 Tampa W 18-12 Erskine L 13-14 Miami L 13-25 Lenior Rhyne W 20-6 Oglethorpe L 0-10 Mississippi College W 14-6 Rollins College W 15-12

1938 (6-2-1) Coach Brady Cowell Opponent Result Score Florida W 16-14 Rollins College L 0-18 Georgia Southern W 28-0 Wofford W 7-6 Erskine W 33-14 Tampa W 42-0 Oglethorpe W 13-7 Presbyterian L 6-7 Rollins College T 6-6 1939 (3-5-2) Coach Brady Cowell Opponent Result Score Florida L 0-21 Georgia Southern W 19-0 Rollins College L 7-27 Presbyterian T 12-12 Erskine W 14-7 Tampa T 0-0 Newberry L 0-20 Oglethorpe L 13-20 Wofford W 14-7 Rollins College L 17-27 1940 (2-5-1) Coach Brady Cowell Opponent Result Score Tampa L 0-6 Miami L 0-10 Rollins College L 12-25 Erskine W 19-13 Tampa W 19-13 Wofford T 7-7 Presbyterian L 0-6 Rollins College L 0-34 1941 No Team because of WWII 1942 No Team because of WWII 1943 No Team because of WWII 1944 No Team because of WWII 1945 No Team because of WWII 1946 (3-4-0) Coach Brady Cowell Opponent Result Score Troy W 15-12 Rollins College L 0-20 Presbyterian L 0-25 Mississippi College L 0-13 Erskine W 26-0 Rollins College L 0-19 Tampa W 20-0 1947 (2-6-1) Coach Brady Cowell Opponent Result Score Florida State W 14-0 Rhoades W 27-0 Milligan L 13-20 Jacksonville NAS L 0-23 Millsaps L 6-14 Rollins College L 6-27 Erskine L 0-27 Mississippi College T 6-6 Presbyterian L 0-7

1948 (2-7-0) Coach Brady Cowell Opponent Result Score at Mississippi College L 0-14 Rhoades W 18-0 at Milligan L 6-12 at Tampa L 13-24 Florida State L 7-18 Erskine L 0-14 at Presbyterian L 7-19 Millsaps W 12-6 at Rollins College L 0-22 1949 (4-5-2) Coach Bob Trocolor Opponent Result Score Saufley Field W 60-0 Millsaps W 16-6 Troy L 0-10 Milligan T 13-13 Tampa W 40-14 Florida State L 14-33 Erskine W 24-13 Presbyterian L 12-14 Mississippi College L 13-33 Rollins College L 14-19 1950 (8-2-0) Coach Joe McMullen Opponent Result Score Troy W 34-12 Wofford W 23-20 Jacksonville N.A.S. W 55-0 Milligan W 42-0 Tampa L 20-27 West Alabama W 28-26 Erskine W 43-7 Florida State L 7-27 Newberry W 7-0 Western Kentucky W 41-14 1951 (8-1-2) Coach Joe McMullen Opponent Result Score Patrick Field W 70-0 Jacksonville N.A.S. W 42-0 Furman W 21-20 Tampa T 14-14 Florida State L 10-13 Erskine W 54-0 Richmond W 19-14 Wofford T 7-7 West Alabama W 42-20 Eastern Kentucky W 26-14 Arkansas St. (Tangerine Bowl) W 35-20 1952 (3-4-3) Coach Jay Pattee Opponent Result Score Florida L 6-33 Louisiana-Monroe W 40-20 Furman W 25-14 Tampa T 6-6 Parris Island L 13-54 Florida State T 6-6 East Carolina T 19-19 Miami L 0-35 Troy W 32-14 Mississippi L 0-49

Stetson Football Through The Years 1953 (3-6-0) Coach Jay Pattee Opponent Result Score Auburn L 0-47 Western Kentucky W 18-7 Florida L 0-45 Tampa W 14-7 Wofford L 0-26 Morehead State W 41-0 Eastern Carolina L 6-40 Florida State L 6-13 Eastern Kentucky L 26-30 1954 (1-7-0) Coach Jay Pattee Opponent Result Score Davidson L 13-19 Troy W 18-14 SE Louisiana L 0-62 Tampa L 9-64 Wofford L 0-41 Presbyterian L 7-28 East Carolina L 7-26 Florida State L 6-47 1955 (2-4-2) Coach Herb McQuillan Opponent Result Score Louisiana-Monroe L 0-7 Wofford L 6-22 Troy W 7-0 Tampa L 13-40 Davidson L 13-25 Presbyterian T 6-6 Newberry T 12-12 Mississippi College W 25-0 1956 (2-6-1) Coach Herb McQuillan Opponent Result Score V.M.I. L 6-47 East Carolina T 7-7 Citadel L 6-40 Northwestern State (La.) L 7-13 Davidson L 7-43 Wofford L 20-47 Carson Newman W 20-0 Presbyterian L 12-33 University of Havana W 64-0 2013 (2-9) Coach Roger Hughes Date Opponent Result Score 8/31 Warner W 31-3 9/7 at Florida Tech L 13-20 9/21 Birmingham-Southern L 34-49 9/28 San Diego L 0-59 10/5 at Butler L 15-35 10/12 Dayton L 20-49 10/26 at Marist L 0-27 11/2 Campbell L 18-19 119 Davidson W 26-13 11/16 at Jacksonville L 24-45 11/23 at Mercer L 14-41

Year-By-Year Coaching Record Year Coach Games Record Pct. Note 1901 Seaton Fleming 1 1-0-0 1.000 State Champs 1902 Seaton Fleming 4 2-1-1 .500 1903 Seaton Fleming 2 1-0-1 .500 State Champs 1904 Litchfield Colton 4 2-2-0 .500 1905 Litchfield Colton 5 4-0-1 .800 State Champs 1906 Litchfield Colton 4 3-1-0 .750 1907 Litchfield Colton 2 2-0-0 1.000 State Champs 1908 Litchfield Colton 2 0-1-1 .000 1909 Litchfield Colton 4 3-0-1 .750 State Champs 1910 Litchfield Colton 3 3-0-0 1.000 1911 Litchfield Colton 2 0-2-0 .000 1912 Litchfield Colton 7 5-2-0 .714 1913 Litchfield Colton 2 2-0-0 1.000 1914 Litchfield Colton 5 1-4-0 .200 1916 Litchfield Colton 4 3-1-0 .750 1919 Litchfield Colton 8 4-4-0 .500 1920 Pug Allen 6 2-4-0 .333 1921 Pug Allen 5 1-4-0 .200 1922 Pug Allen 6 4-2-0 .667 1923 Herb McQuillan 7 5-2-0 .714 1924 Herb McQuillan 5 5-0-0 1.000 1925 Herb McQuillan 9 6-2-1 .667 1926 Herb McQuillan 7 5-1-1 .714 1927 Herb McQuillan 7 6-0-1 .857 1928 Herb McQuillan 7 4-3-0 .571 1929 Herb McQuillan 5 4-1-0 .800 1930 Herb McQuillan 8 5-3-0 .625 1931 Herb McQuillan 8 3-5-0 .375 1932 Herb McQuillan 5 3-2-0 .600 1933 Herb McQuillan 6 4-1-1 .667 1934 Herb McQuillan 6 1-4-1 .167 1935 Bradley Cowell 9 7-2-0 .778 1936 Bradley Cowell 8 2-5-1 .250 1937 Bradley Cowell 9 5-4-0 .556 1938 Bradley Cowell 9 6-2-1 .667 1939 Bradley Cowell 10 3-5-2 .300 1940 Bradley Cowell 8 2-5-1 .250 1946 Bradley Cowell 8 3-4-1 .375 1947 Bradley Cowell 9 2-6-1 .222 1948 Bradley Cowell 9 2-7-0 .222 Dixie Conference 1949 Bob Trocolor 10 3-5-2 .300 1950 Joe McMullen 10 8-2-0 .800 1951 Joe McMullen 10 7-1-2 .700 1952 Jay Pattee 10 3-4-3 .300 1953 Jay Pattee 9 3-6-0 .333 1954 Jay Pattee 8 1-7-0 .125 1955 Herb McQuillan 8 2-4-2 .250 1956 Herb McQuillan 9 2-6-1 .222 2013 Roger Hughes 11 2-9 .182 Total 320 157-136-27 .533

Stetson Football Through The Years All-Time Series Results Arcadia Flyers 1919 W 18-6 Arkansas State 1951 W 35-20 Auburn 1927 W 6-0 1953 L 47-0 Bartow Aviators 1921 L 19-0 Birmingham-Southern 1931 L 19-0 2013 L 49-34 Bowden 1933 W 26-0 Butler 2013 L 35-15 Campbell 2013 L 19-18 Camp Benning 1925 L 51-0 Carson-Newman 1925 T 0-0 1956 W 20-0 Centenary 1930 L 9-0 1931 L 27-0 Centre 1927 W 27-0 The Citadel 1926 L 14-7 1928 L 39-0 1930 L 13-7 1931 L 6-0 1956 L 40-6 College of Charleston 1912 W 87-0 Columbia 1910 W 10-0 Cumberland 1924 W 32-13 Davidson 1912 W 21-6 1954 L 19-13 1955 L 25-13 1956 L 43-7 2013 W 26-13 Dayton 2013 L 49-20 Daytona Athletic Club 1925 W 26-0 East Carolina 1952 T 19-19 1953 L 40-6

1954 L 26-7 1956 T 7-7 East Florida Seminary 1902 L 11-6 1902 W 2-0 1904 W 16-0 1904 W 21-0 Eastern Kentucky 1951 W 26-14 1953 L 30-26 Erskine 1931 W 19-7 1935 W 19-13 1936 L 12-6 1937 L 14-13 1938 W 33-14 1939 W 14-7 1940 W 19-13 1946 W 26-0 1947 L 27-0 1948 L 14-0 1949 W 24-13 1950 W 43-7 1951 W 54-0 University of Florida 1908 L 6-5 1908 T 0-0 1909 W 26-0 1909 T 5-5 1911 L 27-0 1912 L 23-7 1919 L 64-0 1920 L 26-0 1920 L 20-0 1923 L 26-0 1934 L 14-0 1935 L 34-0 1936 L 32-0 1937 L 13-0 1938 W 16-14 1939 L 21-0 1952 L 33-6 1953 L 45-0 Florida Agricultural College 1901 W 6-0 1902 T 0-0 1902 W 22-5 1903 W 6-5 Florida Military Academy 1919 W 31-0 Florida Southern 1912 W 71-0 1914 L 7-0 1914 L 21-0 1916 W 8-6 1916 L 13-7 1919 L 19-0 1919 L 25-12

1920 L 14-0 1920 W 20-7 1922 W 52-0 1922 W 35-0 1923 L 14-13 1923 W 27-6 1926 W 17-0 1927 T 6-6 1928 L 13-0 1929 W 45-19 1930 W 52-0 1931 W 20-0 1933 W 73-0 1935 W 19-0 Florida State 1903 T 5-5 1904 L 18-6 1947 W 14-0 1948 L 18-7 1949 L 33-14 1950 L 27-7 1951 L 13-10 1952 T 6-6 1953 L 13-6 1954 L 47-6 Florida Tech 2013 L 20-13 Fort Lauderdale 1922 W 53-0 Furman 1951 W 21-20 1952 W 25-14 University of Georgia 1934 L 48-0 Georgia A&M 1925 W 18-0 Georgia Military Institute 1912 W 19-7 1914 W 6-0 Georgia Southern 1924 W 46-6 1931 W 27-0 1937 W 24-0 1938 W 28-0 1939 W 19-0 Georgia State 1932 L 34-6 1935 W 9-6 1936 W 12-0 University of Havana 1919 L 6-0 1956 W 64-0 Jacksonville 2013 L 45-24 Jacksonville American Legion 1920 W 7-0

Jacksonville Light Infantry 1904 L 6-0 1905 T 0–0 1905 W 12-0 Jacksonville NAS 1947 L 23-0 1950 W 55-0 1951 W 42-0 King College (Tennessee) 1914 L 7-0 Lakeland 1932 W 7-0 Lenior-Rhyne 1937 W 20-6 Louisiana College 1924 W 32-0 Louisiana-Monroe 1952 W 40-20 1955 L 7-0 Louisiana Tech 1927 W 19-7 Marist 2013 L 27-0 Maryville 1913 W 13-3 1926 W 14-12 Mercer 1912 L 6-5 1913 W 13-6 1914 L 47-0 1920 L 21-6 1921 L 41-0 1930 L 33-0 1931 L 28-7 1934 L 6-0 2013 L 41-14 Miami 1927 W 36-0 1928 W 15-6 1929 W 12-0 1930 W 19-0 1933 T 0-0 1934 T 6-6 1935 W 13-12 1936 L 20-6 1937 L 25-13 1940 L 10-0 1952 L 35-0 Middle Georgia 1932 T 0-0 1933 W 7-6 Milligan 1947 L 20-13 1948 L 12-6 1949 T 13-13 1950 W 42-0

Stetson Football Through The Years All-Time Series Results Millsaps 1930 W 13-0 1931 L 19-7 1947 L 14-6 1948 W 12-6 1949 W 16-6 University of Mississippi 1952 L 49-0 Mississippi College 1937 W 14-6 1946 L 13-0 1947 T 6-6 1948 L 14-0 1949 L 33-13 1955 W 25-0 Morehead State 1953 W 41-0 Murray State 1934 L 19-0 1935 W 6-0 Newberry 1924 W 26-2 1925 L 20-0 1926 W 18-0 1927 W 24-0 1928 W 19-0 1939 L 20-0 1950 W 7-0 1955 T 12-12 Norman Park Institute 1925 W 16-0 1929 W 12-0 1930 W 38-0 Northwestern State (La.) 1956 L 13-7 Oglethorpe 1921 L 41-0 1932 W 13-0 1933 W 66-13 1935 W 7-6 1936 W 13-7 1937 L 10-0 1938 W 13-7 1939 L 20-13 Olympics 1909 W 10-0 1909 W 14-0 1910 W 34-0 Orlando 1910 W 6-0 1911 L 6-5 Orlando American Legion 1921 W 25-0 Palatka 1922 W 45-0

Palmer 1925 Parris Island 1932 1952 Patrick Field 1951 Pensacola Flyers 1924 Piedmont 1924 Presbyterian 1938 1939 1940 1946 1947 1948 1949 1954 1955 1956 R.M.I. 1912 Rhoades 1947 1948 Richmond 1951 Rollins College 1905 1905 1906 1906 1907 1907 1916 1916 1919 1921 1922 1923 1926 1927 1928 1929 1935 1936 1937 1938 1938 1939 1939 1940 1940 1946 1946 1947

W 34-13 W 13-7 L 54-13 W 70-0 W 16-0 W 43-0 L 7-6 T 12-12 L 6-0 L 25-0 L 7-0 L 19-7 L 14-12 L 28-7 T 6-6 L 33-12 W 26-3 W 27-0 W 18-0 W 19-14 W 28-0 W 39-0 W 15-0 W 2-0 W 6-0 W 4-0 W 34-0 W 48-0 W 32-0 L 13-0 L 25-0 W 15-7 W 33-0 W 75-0 W 19-6 W 20-0 W 21-14 L 13-0 W 15-12 L 18-0 T 6-6 L 27-7 L 27-17 L 25-15 L 34-0 L 20-0 L 19-0 L 27-6

1948 L 22-0 1949 L 19-14 Saint Augustine 1923 W 53-0 Saint Petersburg JC 1929 W 19-0 1930 W 58-0 Samford 1928 L 8-6 1929 L 14-13 1935 L 32-0 San Diego 2013 L 59-0 Saufley Field 1949 W 60-0 Savannah 1906 L 39-0 Seabreeze 1923 W 44-0 Southeastern Louisiana 1954 L 62-0 Springfield Athletic Club 1923 W 33-0 Soldiers 1906 W 53-0 Spring Hill 1925 W 6-5 1926 T 0-0 Tampa 1905 W 16-0 1933 L 8-0 1934 W 21-7 1935 W 9-7 1936 L 6-0 1937 W 18-12 1938 W 42-0 1939 T 0-0 1940 L 6-0 1940 W 19-13 1946 W 20-0 1948 L 24-13 1949 W 40-14 1950 L 27-20 1951 T 14-14

1952 T 6-6 1953 W 14-7 1954 L 64-9 1955 L 40-13 Tampa Independents 1928 W 13-0 Tampa Legion 1922 L 16-0 Tennessee State 1925 W 10-0 Tifton A&M 1926 W 63-0 Troy 1946 W 15-12 1949 L 10-0 1950 W 34-12 1952 W 32-14 1954 W 18-14 1955 W 7-0 Union 1936 T 7-7 VMI 1956 L 47-6 Warner 2013 W 31-3 West Alabama 1950 W 28-26 1951 W 42-20 Western Kentucky 1950 W 41-14 1953 W 18-7 Winter Park 1919 W 12-0 Wofford 1938 W 7-6 1939 W 14-7 1940 T 7-7 1950 W 23-20 1951 T 7-7 1953 L 26-0 1954 L 54-0 1955 L 22-6 1956 L 47-20

All-Time Coaching Records Coach Seaton Fleming Litchfield Colton Pug Allen Herb McQuillan Bradley Cowell Bob Trocolor Joe McMullen JayPattee Roger Hughes

Years / Seasons 1901-1903 / 3 1904-1919 / 13 1920-1922 / 3 1923-1934, 1955-1956 / 14 1935-1948 / 9 1949 / 1 1950-1951 / 2 1952-1954 / 3 2013- / 1

Record 4-1-2 32-17-3 7-10-0 55-44-8 32-40-7 3-5-2 15-3-2 7-17-3 2-9

Pct. .571 .615 .412 .567 .405 .300 .750 .259 .182

Stetson Football Through The Years All-Time Series Records Opponent Arcadia Flyers Arkansas State Auburn Bartow Aviators Birmingham Southern Bowden Butler Campbell Camp Benning Carson-Newman Centenary Centre The Citadel College of Charleston Columbia Cumberland Davidson Dayton Daytona Athletic Club East Carolina East Florida Seminary Eastern Kentucky Erskine Florida Florida Agricultural Florida Military Academy Florida Southern Florida State Florida Tech Fort Lauderdale Furman Georgia Georgia A&M Georgia Military Institute Georgia Southern Georgia State Havana Jacksonville Jacksonville Am. Legion Jacksonville Light Infantry Jacksonville NAS King College (Tenn.) Lakeland Lenior-Rhyne Louisiana College Louisiana-Monroe Louisiana Tech Marist Maryville Mercer

W-L 1-0 1-0 1-1 0-1 0-2 1-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-0-1 0-2 1-0 0-5 1-0 1-0 1-0 2-3 0-1 1-0 0-2-2 3-1 1-1 9-4 2-14-2 3-1 1-0 12-8-1 1-7-2 0-1 1-0 2-0 0-1 1-0 2-0 5-0 2-1 1-1 0-1 1-0 1-1-1 2-1 0-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 1-1 1-0 0-1 2-0 1-8

First Last 1919 1919 1951 1951 1927 1953 1921 1921 1931 2013 1933 1933 2013 2013 2013 2013 1925 1925 1925 1956 1930 1931 1927 1927 1926 1956 1912 1912 1910 1910 1924 1924 1912 2013 2013 2013 1925 1925 1952 1956 1902 1904 1951 1953 1931 1951 1908 1953 1901 1903 1919 1919 1912 1935 1903 1954 2013 2013 1922 1922 1951 1952 1934 1934 1925 1925 1912 1914 1924 1939 1932 1936 1919 1956 2013 2013 1920 1920 1904 1905 1947 1951 1914 1914 1932 1932 1937 1937 1924 1924 1952 1955 1927 1927 2013 2013 1913 1926 1912 2013

Opponent Miami Middle Georgia Milligan Millsaps Mississippi Mississippi College Morehead State Murray State Newberry Norman Park Institute Northwestern State (La.) Oglethorpe Olympics Orlando Orlando American Legion Palatka Palmer Parris Island Patrick Field Pensacola Flyers Piedmont Presbyterian R.M.I. Rhoades Richmond Rollins St. Augustine St. Petersburg JC Samford San Diego Saufley Field Savannah Seabreeze Southeastern Louisiana Springfield Athletic Club Soldiers Spring Hill Tampa Tampa Independents Tampa Legion Tennessee State Tifton A&M Troy Union VMI Warner West Alabama Western Kentucky Winter Park Wofford

W-L First Last 5-4-2 1927 1952 1-0-1 1932 1933 1-2-1 1947 1950 3-2 1930 1949 0-1 1952 1952 2-3-1 1937 1955 1-0 1953 1953 1-1 1934 1935 5-2-1 1924 1955 3-0 1925 1930 0-1 1956 1956 5-3 1921 1939 3-0 1909 1910 1-1 1910 1911 1-0 1921 1921 1-0 1922 1922 1-0 1925 1925 1-1 1932 1952 1-0 1951 1951 1-0 1924 1924 1-0 1924 1924 0-8-2 1938 1956 1-0 1912 1912 2-0 1947 1948 1-0 1951 1951 16-13-1 1905 1949 1-0 1923 1923 2-0 1929 1930 0-3 1928 1935 0-1 2013 2013 1-0 1949 1949 0-1 1906 1906 1-0 1923 1923 0-1 1954 1954 1-0 1923 1923 1-0 1906 1906 1-0-1 1925 1926 9-7-3 1905 1955 1-0 1928 1928 0-1 1922 1922 1-0 1925 1925 1-0 1926 1926 5-1 1946 1955 0-0-1 1936 1936 0-1 1956 1956 1-0 2013 2013 2-0 1950 1951 2-0 1950 1953 1-0 1919 1919 3-4-2 1938 1956

Stetson Football Through The Years


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