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JARRED BATTLE

JUSTIN CARR

BRYCE WILOUGHBY

QB– Norfolk, VA

CB - Richmond, VA

LB - Waldorf, MD

W 18

T85

12 T

T 68

LE’MONT LEWIS

ALAN ANDERSON

COREY YOUNG

JORDAN SHEPHERD

TE - Newport News, VA

WR - Emporia, VA

WR - Virginia Beach, VA

OL - Atlanta, GA

D 98

L 46

L 54

DARELL YOUNG

GARY JONES, JR.

VICTOR KIDD

DL - Fort Lauderdale, FL

LB - Baltimore, MD

LB - District Heights, MD

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QUICK FACTS

QUICK FACTS Location………….………….….………….Ettrick, VA 23806 Founded……………………….……….……….March 6, 1882 Enrollment……………………….………………………….5,700 Nickname…………………….………………………...…Trojans School Colors……………….…..……………Orange & Blue Affiliation…………………………………….NCAA Division II Conference..……………………………………………….(CIAA) Stadium (Capacity)…........Rogers Stadium (13,500) Year Opened……………………..………………………….1950 Surface…………………………….………………Natural Grass President……………………….………….Dr. Keith T. Miller Alma Mater, Year………….……….Univ. of Arizona ‘76 Athletics Director………….…………...Mrs. Peggy Davis Alma Mater, Year………….……….. Howard Payne ‘85 Head Coach…………………………………..Andrew Faison Record……………………………………………54-47 (10 yrs) Faculty Representative……………...…Dr. Coray Davis Sports Information Director……………Jason Pompey Phone…………………………………………….804-524-5028 Cell………………………………………………...646-643-8510 E-Mail……………………………….…….jpompey@vsu.edu Press Box Phone……………………………..804-524-4886 Website………………….www.vsu.edu/pages/102.asp

HISTORY First Year of Football….….……………………………..1899 All-time Record……………………….……….…526-346-53 Last Post-Season Appearance.……………………...1988 Years in Post-Season….……………………………………….7 All-Time Bowl/Playoff Record…...…………………….3-4

2012 TEAM INFORMATION Basic Offense……………………………………………..Spread Basic Defense………………………………………………..3 / 4 Letterman Returning/Lost………………………… 44 / 32 Offense…………….……………………………….… 22 / 15 Defense…………..……………………………………20 / 14 Special Teams………………………………….……….2 / 3 Starters Returning/ Lost……….……………..………12 / 9 Offense…………………………………………………….5 / 7 Defense…………………………………………………...7 / 5 Special Teams…………………………………………..0 / 1

2012 INFORMATION Overall Record……………………………………………….5 - 5 Home/Road/Neutral…………………………..3-0/2-5/0-0 CIAA Record/Finish…………………………..…4-3/Second Home/Road………………………………………….…..3-0/2-5

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ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT STAFF Peggy Davis (Athletic Director)………………………………..………524-2650 John Wilson, Jr. (Assistant Athletic Director)…………………..524-5020 Deborah Mallory (Compliance Director)………………………….524-5571 Ivana Rich (SWA/ Volleyball Head Coach)…..………….……....524-5027 Jason Pompey (Sports Information Director)…………………..524-5028 Dr. Coray Davis (Faculty Athletic Representative)……..…….524-8989 Matt Williams (Head Athletic Trainer)……………………………..524-6798 Gabriel Washington (Administrative Assistant)…..…………..524-5030 Sharron Wright (Business Manager) ……………………………….524-5030 Lorraine D. Cone (Athletic Academic Advisor) ………...……..524-5791 Christine Bates & Keisha Shelton (Cheerleading Coach)….524-5783 Julia Walker( Title IX Coordinator, Human Resource)……...524-5090 Merrill Morgan (Baseball Head Coach)………………..…………..524-5816 Darryl Jacobs (Men’s Basketball Head Coach)…..……………..524-5029 James Hill, Jr. (Women Basketball Head Coach)……………….524-6817 Ronald Simms, Jr. (Bowling Head Coach)………………………….524-5031 Andrew Faison (Football Head Coach)……………………………..524-5600 Jeff Hamilton (Golf Head Coach)………………………………………524-5030 Torrie Lashley (Softball Head Coach)………………………………..524-5704 Gene Thompson (Men’s Tennis Head Coach)…………………...524-5725 Linda Person (Women’s Tennis Head Coach)…………………….524-5780 Jason-Lamont Jackson (Track/Cross-Country Head Coach).524-5392

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President

President Keith T. Miller The Board of Visitors made the selection on July 1, 2010, that Dr. Miller will replace President Eddie N. Moore, Jr., who retired in June 2010, after 17 years of successful service to Virginia State University. Dr. Miller began his academic career in 1987 at Fairleigh Dickinson University as an assistant professor in the Management and Marketing Department and as Director of the campus MBA program. In 1991, his last year there he also served as interim chair of the Management and Marketing Department. Dr. Miller moved to Quinnipiac College in Hamden, CT in 1991, where he spent three years as associate dean of the School of Business. He later became the Dean of the College of Business at Niagara University, a position he held from 1994 to 2001. During his tenure there, the university was granted accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). Additionally, enrollment increased by 20 percent. Dr. Miller was named provost and vice chancellor of the University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh, in 2001. While serving as chief academic officer, Dr. Miller restructured the academic affairs division to focus on faculty support, learning outcomes and curricular innovation, and helped to expand the opportunities available to students to participate in research activities with university faculty. Under Dr. Miller’s leadership, the University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh, developed and expanded its online programming in business, nursing, and social work; secured many external grants, entered into a number of articulation agreements with nearby two year colleges, and finalized new international collaborative agreements. During his tenure as President of Lock Haven University, it became the only public institution in the state to require laptop computers. In recent years there has been a 30 percent increase in student community service hours and a 50 percent increase in honors students. Foreign delegations have been sponsored from Hungary, Romania, Kenya, Taiwan, Australia, Mexico, China, and the Ukraine, among others. Lock Haven University is a wellrespected, student-centered, public university that currently has the largest enrollment in its history. Dr. Miller has won numerous awards as he has published or presented more than sixty papers primarily on business related topics. He has served on the editorial boards of various journals and speaks to community, civic and professional organizations regularly. He served for two years on the Board of Directors of the American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business (now named the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) (AACSB) and served four years on the executive board of the Middle Atlantic Association of Colleges of Business Administration. He was a member of the Oshkosh Chamber Development Corporation Board of Advisor and the Learning for Life Youth Program in Oshkosh. At Lock Haven University, Dr. Miller was appointed to and has served on the following boards: Clinton County Community Foundation, Pennsylvania Campus Compact (current chairman), the Center for Rural Pennsylvania, AASCU Committee on Policies and Purposes, Lock Haven Kiwanis, and the International Association of University Presidents (IAUP) United Nations Commission on Disarmament Education, Conflict Resolution and Peace. Additionally, Dr. Miller is the IAUP Representative to the United Nations. Through the years Dr. Miller has been active in faculty development, enrollment management, service learning, accreditation, small business development, and significant fundraising. Dr. Miller earned a Ph.D., Master of Public Administration, and Bachelor of Science degrees from the University of Arizona. Dr. Miller and his wife Nicolette have three children, Phillip who lives in Chicago, Kameron and Kyle.

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Media Information

Press Credentials Press credentials are issued to working media only. All requests for credentials should be made to the Sports Information Director, Jason Pompey, at least 24 hours in advance of game day. Credentials may be picked up at the Athletic Office on the Virginia State University Campus prior to game day. Credentials may also be picked up on game day at the “Media Entrance” on the north end (scoreboard end) of Rogers Stadium. Press Box Due to limited seating, only working media with proper credentials will be admitted to the press box during games. The press box is equipped with electrical outlets, telephone jacks and wireless internet. One telephone line will be provided upon completion of the game for use by media services and Sports Information staff. Jason Pompey’s cell phone number is 646-643-8510. Press Parking Press parking is available behind Rogers Stadium along Fourth Avenue. Parking spots will be designated for press parking. Radio/Television Broadcasts All requests for radio or television broadcasts of games must be arranged through the Sports Information Office at least one week in advance of game day. When more than one request is received for the same game, top priority will be given to television, then to the radio station that regularly broadcasts the visiting team’s games. All arrangements for telephone lines are the responsibility of the visiting radio station. Statistical Information Working media will be supplied press guides, line-up sheets and cumulative statistics, which will be distributed on press row prior to game time. Halftime or “quickie” statistics will be available at halftime. Final statistics will be distributed as quickly as possible after the conclusion of the game. Player and Coach Interviews Players and coaches will be available for interviews during the week by phone or in person. Interview times for players are dependent upon the players’ academic schedules. At the conclusion of each football game, players and coaches are available for interviews after a 10-minute “cooling off” period. Post-game interviews will be conducted on the field or outside the locker rooms in Rogers Stadium. Photo Credentials NCAA policy establishes that photographers on assignment, both print and television, will be afforded credentials. Admission to the game will be by media pass ONLY. Photographers are not permitted to shoot between the 25-yard lines and credentials must be displayed at all times. Photographers are not allowed in the team areas for any reason.

Sports Information Jason Pompey is the Sports Information Director at Virginia State University. Pompey has four years of previous sports information duties starting out as an undergraduate work-study student at Virginia Union University and as a graduate-assistant at Virginia State University. Pompey received his Bachelor’s degree in Marketing from Virginia Union University in 2009 and his Master’s degree in Sports Management from Virginia State University in 2010. Interning for previous sports information directors such as Jim Junot at Virginia State University as well as both Tiffany D. Sykes and Tamika Duck at Virginia Union University, Pompey has worked and learned various tasks in the sports information world. With a great background, Pompey has the drive and passion to continue the trend of young successful sports information directors in the CIAA conference. In addition to becoming the prime contact for VSU Sports Information, Pompey will be responsible for web content maintenance, publication of athletic newspapers, script for game summaries, pre and post game process, composing/editing player profiles, script for game day announcements, as well as calling and faxing facts and figures to media outlets. Pompey is a native of Queens, NY and now resides in Richmond, VA. http://www.vsu.edu/pages/102.asp

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OUTLOOK

Virginia State University’s football program is very excited about their chances in reaching this season’s CIAA championship game. The Trojans will return twelve starters from last season’s team that went 5-5 overall; 43 in CIAA conference play, placing second in the CIAA Northern Division. Tenth year head coach, Andrew Faison believes with a collective team effort, the Trojans can reach their ultimate goal. He will have five starters on the offensive side and seven starters on the defensive side of the ball returning. The key to the Trojans success in 2012 is replacing four leaders from a season ago; Coach Andrew Faison will need a collective effort from his team. 2011 All-CIAA second team offensive lineman, Francisco Clifford and Michael Griffin helped the Trojans’ offense rush for 1,602 total yards and 14 rushing touchdowns, both will be greatly missed. Furthermore, with the departure of last season’s CIAA conference leader in tackles (11.5), linebacker Jeremy Pruitt and All-CIAA first team kicker/punter William Rudd, the Trojans will turn to third year starting quarterback Jarred Battle for leadership. Battle has a career passing total of 3,525 yards in his tenure at the Land of Troy. Battle adds a wealth of knowledge and experience to the Trojans’ offensive scheme. He guided his team to a CIAA Northern Division crown back in 2010 and has won a total of 15 games in his career. Battle returns for his final run at the CIAA championship after throwing for 1,744 total yards along with eight touchdowns in 2011, ranking sixth in passing average per game (174.4). Battle will have the luxury of three veteran receivers returning to the Trojan huddle along with a solid offensive line this season. Coach Faison has high expectations that his team will improve this year on their production in the red zone. The Trojans ranked fifth in the CIAA conference in both red zone offense (73.10) and also in red zone defense (71.4). The Trojans’ defense will rely on athleticism and experience to stop opposing offenses. Anchoring the Trojans’ defense up front will be four year starter at nose tackle, Rashad Vesprey and three year starter at defensive tackle, Darell Young. Senior linebackers, Bryce Willoughby and Thomas Sykes will fill the void at the linebacker core. Willoughby returns as the team’s leading tackler from last season with 59 total tackles. The defensive secondary will feature senior corner, Justin Carr and junior corner, Sean Smith. Carr led the secondary a season ago with 49 tackles, while Smith led the Trojans with three interceptions. A key concern for the Trojans will be special teams. The loss of two year, All-CIAA first team kicker/punter William Rudd, will impact the kicking game. On the bright side, both the kick and punt return positions will be solidified with two speedy veterans. Juniors, Dion Futch and Sean Smith have two years of special teams experience and are quick and elusive. Smith ranked fifth in the CIAA conference averaging 9.1 punt return yards in 2011 and Futch led the Trojans with thirteen kick returns averaging 19.7 yards per game. The Trojans will host five home games this season compared to only having three home games the entire last season. The Trojans will kick off their 2012 season against the Spartans of Norfolk State University of the MEAC conference. Then, the Trojans will welcome West Liberty State University from the WVIAC conference for their home opener. The Trojans will hit the road for the next two weekends to face non-conference foe, Benedict College from the SIAC conference, before traveling to play CIAA Southern Divisional rival Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte, NC. VSU will play their home conference opener against Shaw University on Sept. 29th prior to hosting Elizabeth City State University in a nationally televised game on the Urban Sports Network live from Rogers Stadium on October 6th. On October 20th, “Homecoming 2012” the Trojans host the Lions of Lincoln University into Ettrick, VA. Next, the Trojans will play the Hawks of Chowan University on “Senior Day”. Virginia State closes the season with a road game against I-95 rival, Virginia Union University on Nov. 3rd in Richmond, VA.

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QUARTERBACKS   

Senior, Jarred Battle has 15 wins at the quarterback position for the Trojans. He has thrown for over 3,525 yards with 19 touchdowns. Battle threw for over 100 yards in 8 of 10 games in 2011.He also completed 15 or more pass attempts in 6 of 10 games a season ago. Last season, Jarred threw for a career-high 25 completions on 48 attempts for 282 total yards against Gardner-Webb.

RUNNING BACKS  

Junior, Kenay Hawks rushed for a season-high 25 yards against Bowie state and ran for a season-long 22 yards against Fayetteville State. Sophomore, Tyler Wilson returns as the top rusher for the Trojans with 225 rushing yards on 61 carries. Tyler collected 149 all-purpose yardage in an overtime thriller versus Bowie State.

Kenay Hawks

Jarred Battle WIDE RECEIVERS 

Junior, Dion Futch led the Trojans in receiving production in 2011. Futch caught a team-high 34 passes for 473 yards. Last season, he recorded a career-high 117 receiving yards and added 2 touchdowns in a win against Chowan. Senior, Corey Young has a total of 72 career receptions as a Trojan for 954 yards and 3 touchdowns. Corey caught a career-high 30 passes a season ago, including a 9 reception game against Johnson C. Smith. Red-shirt senior, Alan Anderson grabbed 28 passes in his first season. Alan caught 6 balls, three times last year and recorded a career-high 85 yards against Gardner-Webb.

Tyler Wilson

Dion Futch

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TIGHT END  

Trojans are looking for several big plays from three year starter at tight end.. Senior, Le’Mont Lewis brings stability at his position after starting the past three seasons at the tight end position for VSU. He is a hard worker on & off the field helping out on key blocks or even going out into the secondary and creating mismatches. Lewis caught 3 passes last season for 35 yards. (16 yards at Lincoln and 12 yards at Norfolk State, and 7 yards at Elizabeth City State )

Corey Young

OFFENSIVE LINE  

Le’Mont Lewis

Seniors, Kyle Catterton and Jordan Shepherd anchored an offensive line that helped the VSU offense rush for 840 total yards with 14 touchdowns. The Trojans rushed for a season-high four touchdowns in a win over Chowan.

Kyle Catterton

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Jordan Shepherd

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DEFENSIVE LINEMAN 

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The Trojans return all defensive lineman from last season’s team. Red-shirt sophomore, Ronald Lewis returns as the team leader with 35 total tackles from the defensive tackle position. Senior, Rashad Vesprey is the Trojan’s defensive captain. He has played in 27 games at VSU and has a total of 82 career tackles, with 7.5 tackles for a loss. Senior, Darell Young forced and also recovered a fumble versus Virginia Union last season. He has a total of 48 career tackles in 37 games played as a Trojan.

LINE BACKERS 

Senior, Bryce Willoughby returns as the team’s leading tackler from last season with 59 total tackles. He recorded double-digit tackles in two games last season; 10 tackles versus West Virginia State and 12 tackles against Elizabeth City State. Bryce has accumulated a total of 117 total tackles with 4 tackles for a loss. Senior, Thomas Sykes recorded his second interception of his career against Virginia Union last season. Thomas has a total of 75 career tackles, along with 12 tackles for a loss, and 2 interceptions.

Rashad Vesprey

Bryce Willoughby Darell Young Thomas Sykes

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SECONDARY 

Senior, Justin Carr was named CIAA Defensive Back of the Week after a great performance in a 35-20 win over Chowan. Justin recorded one interception and had eight tackles with two pass break ups and one tackle for a loss. Justin has played in 20 games in the past two seasons in the Trojans defensive secondary. He has a total of 73 career tackles, 2 interceptions, with 14 pass break ups and 16 pass deflections. Junior, Sean Smith intercepted two passes against Johnson C. Smith last season. He recorded 7 tackles in two games against West Virginia State and Elizabeth City State. Sean has a total of 53 tackles, with 4 interceptions, 8 pass break ups, and 12 pass deflections. Junior, Andre Rawls had 5 or more tackles in four games played in 2011. Andre had a season-high 10 tackles against Elizabeth City State.

Andre Rawls

SPECIAL TEAMS 

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Justin Carr

Sean Smith

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The loss of two year, All-CIAA first team kicker/ punter William Rudd, will impact the kicking game. On the bright side, both the kick and punt return positions will be solidified with two speedy veterans. Juniors, Dion Futch and Sean Smith have two years of special teams experience and are quick and elusive. Smith ranked fifth in the CIAA conference averaging 9.1 punt return yards in 2011 and Futch led the Trojans with thirteen kick returns averaging 19.7 yards per game.

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HEAD COACH

Andrew Faison VSU FOOTBALL HEAD COACH TENTH SEASON 54-47 RECORD Coach Andrew Faison is in his tenth season as the head football coach of the Virginia State University Trojans. Faison is the 22nd head coach at Virginia State and has compiled a 54-47 record through the 2011 season. A graduate of Virginia State University, Faison earned a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and has completed a Master’s Degree in guidance and counseling. He is an active member in the American Football Coaches Association, the CIAA Football Coaches Association and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. After taking over for Lou Anderson prior to the 2002 season, Faison has worked hard to take VSU football to the next level. In his inaugural season (2002), he guided the Trojans to a 7-3 record and second place in the Eastern Division of the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association. In 2011 the Trojans concluded with a 5-5 record. Virginia State’s football team topped all other football squads in the CIAA with a total team GPA of 2.8. The Trojans finished in second place in the CIAA Northern Division and showed balance in both athletics and academics with this achievement. Linebacker, Jeremy Pruitt led the CIAA in tackles per game recording 11.5 and kicker William Rudd ranked first in the CIAA, making 24 of 24 extra-point attempts for the Trojans in 2011. Both were named to the 2011 All-CIAA Football First team. Prior to the start of the 2010 football season, Coach Faison and his Trojans were predicted to finish eighth in the CIAA. Faison guided his team to an overall record of 8-3 and to the CIAA Football Championship. Led by the 2010 CIAA Special Teams Player of the Year, kicker Justin Parker, the Trojans finished first in the Northern Division and Coach Faison was named 2010 CIAA Coach of the Year. In 2009, Faison ended the season at 6-4 but guided his team to upset victories over the conference’s top three teams that entered post-season play. Although the Trojans dropped to 5-5 in 2003, Faison rebuilt VSU into a contender the next season. Under Faison’s guidance, VSU finished at 6-4 in both 2004 and 2005. Injuries to key players at crucial times took their toll on the Trojans in 2006 when VSU finished at 2-8, and it marked the first time a Faison-coached team finished with a losing record. Injuries again hit the Trojans in 2007, but Faison was able to work enough magic for the Trojans to finish with a 4-6 record. Having an impact on and off of the field, Faison has tremendous success coaching and graduating VSU student-athletes. During his tenure with the Trojans, Faison coached 2005 AFCA Coaches All-American Return Specialist, P.J. Berry and 2008 CIAA Rookie of the Year Taron Hampton. Before arriving at the Land of Troy, Faison served as defensive coordinator & recruiting coordinator at Winston-Salem State University (WSSU), where he helped guide the Rams to the CIAA Championship in 1999 and 2000 and CIAA Northern Division titles in 2000 and 2001. Prior to coaching at WSSU, Faison worked for Lou Anderson at VSU. As the defensive coordinator & recruiting coordinator for the Trojans, he helped guide VSU to the championship of the CIAA’s Northern Division in 1987 and 1988. Coach Andrew Faison played defensive back during his playing days at VSU, was voted team captain his senior year and earned Defensive Most Valuable Player honors for VSU’s football team in 1980 and was inducted into the VSU Athletic Hall of Fame in 1993. http://www.vsu.edu/pages/102.asp

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THE ANDREW FAISON PROFILE PERSONAL INFORMATION Wife: Sheryl Faison High School: Lake Taylor (‘76) Children: Andrew and Brittany Education: Virginia State University (‘81) Criminal Justice Virginia State University (‘86) Masters in Guidance & Counseling COACHING EXPERIENCE YEARS Positions 02-PRESENT Head Coach 95-02 Defensive Coordinator/Recruiting Coordinator 87-95 Defensive Coordinator/ Defensive Backs 86-87 Defensive Backs/Running Backs 83-86 Graduate Assistant/ Defensive Backs/ Defensive Backs

HEAD COACH YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORD YEAR SCHOOL 2002 Virginia State University 2003 Virginia State University 2004 Virginia State University 2005 Virginia State University 2006 Virginia State University 2007 Virginia State University 2008 Virginia State University 2009 Virginia State University 2010 Virginia State University 2011 Virginia State University

OVERALL 7-3 5-5 6-4 6-4 2-8 4-6 5-5 6-4 8-3 5-5

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CONFERENCE 4-3 3-4 4-3 5-2 2-5 3-4 4-3 4-3 5-2 4-3

School Virginia State University Winston-Salem State University Virginia State University Caroline County High School Virginia State University

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COACHING STAFF

COREY SULLIVAN Offensive Coordinator/ Wide receivers Alma Mater: Tennessee State, ‘02 4th season with VSU, 8th overall

ERRICK HARGROVE Defensive Coordinator Alma Mater: Winston Salem State, ‘02 10th season with VSU, 10th overall

MIKE ARTHUR LARRY BROOKS

Offensive Line/ Asst. Strength & Conditioning Coach/ Alma Mater: Glenville State, ‘03 7th season with VSU, 8th overall

Defensive Line Alma Mater: Virginia State, ‘71 5th season with VSU

Christopher Bates

THERON JONES

Running Backs/ Special Teams Alma Mater: Virginia State, ‘04 8th season with VSU

Outside Linebackers Alma Mater: Fayetteville State, ‘05 4th season with VSU

Antonio Hawkins Quarterbacks Alma Mater: Virginia State, ‘01 4th season with VSU

Ernest Gipson Errick Hargrove

Larry Brooks Michael Arthur

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Corey Sullivan Andrew Faison

Christopher Bates

Antonio Hawkins

Theron Jones

2012 2010 Football ROSTER OUTLOOK STUDENT-ATHLETES SIGNEES OPPONENTS GAME INDIVIDUAL DEFENSIVE OPPONENT Football REVIEWS STATISTICS STATISTICS STATISTICS 2012 TENTATIVE ROSTER 2010 Virginia Virginia State State University Football RED-ZONE COACHES & STAFF No. 3 5 8 10 12 13 14 15 16 18 22 25 26 27 29 30 31 32 33 34 36 40 41 44 45 46 47 51 53 54 60 68 71 72 74 77 79 81 85 86 87 90 91 92 93 98 99

Name Robert Peck Sean Smith Dion Futch Jarred Battle Corey Young Bryon Gourdine Kenay Hawks Malik White Steve Skinner Jr. Alan Anderson Aaron Clark Andre’ Rawls Devonte Piggott Markeee Brooks Perry Sutton Tyler Wilson Jacob Kellam Justin Carr Tyrell Smith Lamont Britt Andrew Faison, Jr. Darion Thomas Alejandro Diasgranados Alandus Beggs Brandon Robinson Gary Johnson, Jr. Devonte Hunt Bryce Willoughby Thomas Sykes Victor Kidd Elder Hudson Jordan Shepherd Rey Rijos Kyle Catterton Jalal Gee Sean Duggan Ronnie Ransome Thadtiguss Lewis Le’Mont Lewis Naseer Conway Edward Moon Bryant Frazier Rontrelle Knockett Darien Jones Ronald Lewis Darell Young Rashad Vesprey

Cl. R-Fr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. R-Fr. R-Fr. Sr. So. R-Jr. Sr. R-Fr. R-Fr. So. R-Fr. So. Sr. So. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. R-Fr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. R-Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. So. So. Sr. Sr.

Pos. RB DB WR QB WR LB RB QB WR WR RB DB DB WR DB RB WR DB DB RB LB DB P LB LB LB K LB LB LB OL OL OL OL OL OL OL WR TE OL TE LB DL DL DL DL DL

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

Wt. 180 170 170 195 185 210 170 200 180 180 189 190 170 180 175 220 180 180 175 185 215 175 190 205 225 225 150 225 230 225 270 280 330 270 290 280 280 190 230 235 210 270 260 255 270 240 300

Hometown/Previous School* Winchester, VA/Hanley High School Atlanta, GA/ Martin Luther King High School Hampton, VA/Hampton High School Norfolk, VA/Lake Taylor High School Virginia Beach, VA/Bayside High School Virginia Beach, VA/First Colonial High School Virginia Beach, VA/Princess Anne High School Bear, DE/Pencader Charter High School Suffolk, VA/Nansmond River High School Emporia, VA/Norfolk State University Raleigh, NC/St. Anne’s Belfield High School Franklin, VA/Southampton High School Woodbridge, VA/Gar-field High School Halifax, VA/Halifax County High School Rock Hill, SC/South Point High School Stafford, VA/ Colonial Forge High School Virginia Beach, VA/Norfolk State University Richmond, VA/Hermitage High School Richmond, VA/ Saint Augustine College Norfolk. VA/ UVA-Wise Chester, VA/L.C. Bird High School Virginia Beach, VA/Bayside High School Beltsville, MD/High Point High School Hampton, VA/ Phoebus High School Mechanicsville, VA/ Lee-Davis High School Baltimore, MD/ College of the Canyons CC Newport News, VA/West Virginia Wesleyan College Accokeek, MD/Hargrave Military Newport News, VA/Warwick High School District Heights, DC/Archbishop Carroll High School Norfolk, VA/Lake Taylor High School Atlanta, GA/ McNair High School Virginia Beach, VA/Bayside High School Waldorf, MD/North Point High School Richmond, VA/Feather River College Long Beach, CA/ Fullerton College Petersburg, VA/Petersburg High School Newport News, VA/Warwick High School Newport News, VA/Warwick High School Charlottesville, VA/Monticello High School Annapolis, MD/ Annapolis High School Richmond, VA/ Florida A& M Fort Barnwell, NC/Louisburg CC Raleigh, NC/Wakefield High School Virginia Beach, VA/Tidewater CC Ft. Lauderdale, FL/South Plantation High School Brooklyn, NY/Abraham Lincoln High School

2012 2010 Football ROSTER OUTLOOK STUDENT-ATHLETES SIGNEES OPPONENTS GAME INDIVIDUAL DEFENSIVE OPPONENT Football REVIEWS BREAKDOWN STATISTICS STATISTICS STATISTICS ROSTER BREAKDOWN 2010 Virginia Virginia State State University Football RED-ZONE COACHES & STAFF Virginia (32)

Maryland (5)

Alan Anderson…………………………...Emporia/Norfolk State Jarred Battle………………..…………….…..Norfolk/Lake Taylor Alandus Beggs……………………..…………..Hampton/Phoebus Lamont Britt………………………………...…..Norfolk/UVA-Wise Markee Brooks……………………………Halifax/Halifax County Justin Carr……………………………….…..Richmond/Hermitage Naseer Conway………...……...….Charlottesville/Monticello Andrew Faison…………...………………….Petersburg/L.C. Bird Bryant Frazier…………………………..Richmond/Florida A&M Dion Futch………………...…………………...Hampton/Hampton Jalal Gee…………….……….Richmond/Feather River College Jamal Gourdine……..………….Virginia Beach/First Colonial Kenay Hawks…………..……….Virginia Beach/Princess Anne Elder Hudson III.…….……………………….Norfolk/Lake Taylor Devonte Hunt....Newport News/West Virginia Wesleyan Darien Jones……………………………………..Raleigh/Wakefield Jacob Kellam………………...…..Virginia Beach/Norfolk State Le’Mont Lewis………………..……….Newport News/Warwick Ronald Lewis...Virginia Beach/Tidewater Comm. College Thaditguss Lewis………….………...Newport News/Warwick Robert Peck……………………………...Winchester, VA/Hanley DeVonte Piggott……………………...Newport News/Garfield Ronnie Ransome…………………………………..Ettrick/Matoaca Andre Rawls……………………………….Franklin/Southampton Rey Rijos…………...……………………...Virginia Beach/Bayside Brandon Robinson…………..…….Mechanicsville/Lee-Davis Steven Skinner Jr.………………….Suffolk/Nansemond River Tyrell Smith………….…..Richmond/Saint Augustine’s College Thomas Sykes………………………...Newport News/Warwick Darion Thomas……………………………………..Norfolk/Bayside Tyler Wilson……………………………...Stafford/Colonial Forge Corey Young………………………………Virginia Beach/Bayside

Kyle Catterton………….……...Waldorf/North Point Alejandro Diasgranados…….Beltsville/High Point Gary Johnson…..Baltimore/College of the Canyons Edward Moon…………….…….Annapolis/Annapolis Bryce Willoughby…...Waldorf/Hargrave Military

Georgia (2) Jordan Shepherd………………………Atlanta/McNair Sean Smith……………..Atlanta/Martin Luther King

North Carolina (2) Aaron Clark…..…….....Raleigh/St. Anne’s Belfield Rontrelle Knockett…......Fort Barnwell/Louisburg JC

California (2) Sean Duggan…......Long Beach/Fullerton College LaMonta Green...Los Angeles/El Camino Compton Center

South Carolina (1) Perry Sutton……………….…..Rock Hill/South Point

Florida (1) Darell Young…..Ft. Lauderdale/South Plantation

District of Columbia (1) Victor Kidd…….……District Heights/Archbishop Carroll

Delaware (1) Malik White………………….……….Bear/Pencader Charter

New York (1) Rashad Vesprey……..Brooklyn/Abraham Lincoln

Seniors (19) - Alan Anderson, Jarred Battle, Alandus Beggs, Justin Carr, Kyle Catterton, Jala Gee, Byron Gourdine, Gary Johnson, Jr., Victor Kidd, Rontrelle Knockett, Le’Mont Lewis, Jordan Shepherd, Perry Sutton, Thomas Sykes, Rashad Vesprey, Malik White, Bryce Willoughby, Corey Young, Darell Young Juniors (12) - Aaron Clark, Naseer Conway, Sean Duggan, Dion Futch, Lamonta Green, Kenay Hawks, Jacob Kellam, Thaditguss Lewis, Edward Moon, Andre Rawls, Steven Skinner Jr, Sean Smith Sophomores (10) - Alejandro Diasgrandos, Andrew Faison, Jr., Bryant Frazier, Devonte Hunt, Darion Jones, Ronald Lewis, Rey Rijos, Brandon Robinson, Tyrell Smith, Tyler Wilson Redshirt Freshmen (7) - Lamont Britt, Markee Brook, Elder Hudson, Robert Peck, Devonte Piggott, Ronnie Ransome, Darion Thomas

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2012 VSU Football

POSITION-BY-POSITION ROSTER

QUARTERBACKS No 10 19 15

Name Jarred Battle Lamont Green Malik White

Pos QB QB QB

Ht. 6-2 6-4 6-1

DEFENSIVE BACKS Wt. 185 200 200

Yr. Sr. R-Jr. Sr.

Ht. 6-0 5-8 5-9 5’11 6-0

Wt. 185 180 170 180 220

Yr. R-Fr. Jr. Jr. R-Fr. So.

Ht. 6-0 5-10 5-7 5-9 6-5 6-0 6-2

Wt. 180 180 170 180 190 185 185

Yr. Sr. R-Fr. Jr. R-Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr.

Ht. 6-4 6-3

Wt. 230 210

Yr. Sr. Jr.

RUNNING BACKS No 34 22 14 3 30

Name Lamont Britt Aaron Clark Kenay Hawks Robert Peck Tyler Wilson

Pos RB RB RB RB RB WIDE RECEIVERS

No 18 27 11 31 81 16 12

Name Allan Anderson Markee Brooks Dion Futch Jacob Kellam Thaditguss Lewis Steven Skinner Corey Young

Pos WR WR WR WR WR WR WR

TIGHT ENDS No Name 85 Le’Mont Lewis 87 Edward Moon

Pos TE TE

OFFENSIVE LINEMEN No 72 86 77 74 60 79 71 68

Name Kyle Catterton NaSeer Conway Sean Duggan Jala Gee Elder Hudson Ronnie Ransome Rey Rijos Jordan Shepherd

Pos OT OT OG OT OG C OG OG

Ht. 6-4 6-4 6-3 6-4 6-2 6-1 6-1 6-2

No 32 26 25 5 33 29 40

Name Justin Carr Devonte Piggott Andre’ Rawls Sean Smith Tyrell Smith Perry Sutton Darion Thomas

Pos CB CB S CB CB CB S

Ht. 5-11 5-10 5-11 5-9 5-10 5-10 6-0

Wt. 180 170 190 170 175 180 175

Yr. Sr. R-Fr. Jr. Jr. R-Fr. Sr. R-Fr.

Wt. 205 215 270 210 225 225 225 230 225

Yr. Sr. So. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr.

Wt. 255 260 270 300 240

Yr. So. Sr. So. Sr. Sr.

Wt. 190 150

Yr. So. So.

LINE BACKERS No 44 36 90 13 46 54 45 53 51

Name Alandus Beggs Andrew Faison Bryant Frazier Byron Gourdine Gary Johnson, Jr. Victor Kidd Brandon Robinson Thomas Sykes Bryce Willoughby

No 92 91 93 99 98

Name Darien Jones Rontrelle Knockett Ronald Lewis Rashad Vesprey Darell Young

Pos OLB ILB OLB OLB ILB OLB OLB OLB ILB

Ht. 6-0 5-11 6-1 6-1 5-11 6-0 6-0 6-2 6-1

DEFENSIVE LINEMEN Pos DT DT DT NG DT

Ht. 6-3 6-2 6-2 6-1 6-3

KICKERS/PUNTERS Wt. 270 235 280 290 270 280 330 280

Yr. Sr. R-Jr. Jr. Sr. R-Fr. R-Fr. So. Sr.

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No Name 41 Alejandro Disagranados 47 Devonte Hunt

Pos P K

Ht. 6-0 5-10

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Norfolk State

West Fayetteville LibertyState State

Game Game31 -- September September 18 3 -- Norfolk, Norfolk,VA VA

Game Game2 6- September - October 9 8- -Ettrick, Ettrick,VAVA

Location: …..………………..………………….…..Norfolk, VA Founded …………………………………………...………..1935 Enrollment………………………………………………....7,000 Conference………………………...……...………………MEAC Nickname ………………………………….……...…….Spartans Colors……………………………..……….……...Green & Gold Stadium ………………….…..….William “Dick” Price Stadium Head Coach………………………………………….Pete Adrian Record at Norfolk State ……..……………….43-36 ……..……………….28-28 (7 (5 seasons) Career Record……………………………..79-73-1 Record……………………………..64-65-1 (14 (12 seasons) Offensive Coordinator………...……………….Howard Coordinator………...…………….Kirk Mastromatteo Feggins Defensive Coordinator………………………..Mark DeBastiani Letterman Returning/Lost…………………...…………...44/19 Returning/Lost…………………...…………...45/16 Starters Returning/Lost…………………………………...13/11 Returning/Lost…………………………………...14/12 SID…………………………...……………………Matt Michalec SID office Phone/ Fax…………….757-823-2628/757-823-8218 SID Address……………………...…700 Park Ave, Norfolk, VA Athletic Website…………………..……………nsuspartans.com

Location: …..…………………………………West Liberty, WV Founded …………………………………………...………..1837 Enrollment…………………………………………………2,600 Conference…………………………………………..….WVIAC Nickname …………………………..……...…………...Broncos Colors………………….………………………...Black and Gold Stadium ……….….………………………………..Russek Field Head Coach……………………………………...Roger Waialae Record at West Liberty State…...………….…………….47-31 Career Record…………………………..…….47-31 (7 seasons) Offensive Coordinator…………………...…………...Gary Krol Defensive Coordinator………………...………..Jeff Monteroso Letterman Returning/Lost…………………………………….. Starters Returning/Lost………………………………………... SID…………..……………………………………...Matt Watson SID office Phone/ Fax……………………...304-336-8107/8304 SID Address.…………………….…Box 103 West Liberty, WV Athletic Website……...………..…….www.hilltoppers.com

2011 Results (9-3)

2012 Schedule

Virginia State West Virginia Howard Charleston Southern South Carolina State Delaware State Hampton Bethune-Cookman North Carolina A&T Savannah State Morgan State Old Dominion

9-1 Virginia State 9-8 Liberty 9-15 Howard 9-22 Ohio 9-29 South Carolina State 10-6 Delaware State 10-13 Hampton 10-20 Bethune-Cookman 10-27 North Carolina A&T 11-3 Savannah State 11-10 Morgan State

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Edinboro Univ. of PA Southern Conn. State WV Wesleyan Fairmont State Glenville State WV State Shepherd Univ. Charleston Seton Hill Concord North Carolina

9-1 Catawba 9-8 Virginia State 9-15 WV Wesleyan 9-22 Fairmont State 9-29 Glenville State 10-6 WV State 10-13 Shepherd 10-20 Univ. of Charleston 10-27 Seton Hill 11-3 Concord 11-10 Univ. of NC-Pembroke

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

37-3 12-55 23-9 33-3 17-14 38-21 34-24 6-14 14-10 45-3 47-14 18-35

2011 Team Stats Norfolk State Opponents

116 65 41 54

82 62

Team Statistics NSU First Downs 243 Rushing 1886 Average Per Rush 3.9 Comp-Att-Int 250-370-6 Average Per Game 236.6 Passing Yards 2,839 Total Offense 4,725 Yards/Play 5.7 Fumbles-Lost 27-10 Interception-Yds 10-102 Turnovers 16 Penalties-Yds 127-1028 Punt Returns-Yds 31-283 Kickoff Returns 39-703 Punting 61-2242 Field Goal Attempts 26-32 3rd-Down Conversions 66/179 4th-Down Conversions 4/11 Sacks 36-239 Touchdowns Scored 35 Red Zone Scores (37-44) 84% Time of Possession 31:27

L L L L L W L L L L L

14-30 19-27 8-43 12-41 14-41 28-20 24-50 24-35 22-26 29-32 10-31

2011 Team Stats 61 48

324 205

OPP 194 1179 2.6 185-365-10 177.5 2130 3309 4.5 17-9 6-103 19 86-766 28-273 62-1280 76-2983 8-16 54/180 11/31 15-123 26 (27-39) 69% 28:30

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West Liberty Opponents

49 72

36 113

Team Statistics West Liberty First Downs 193 Rushing 301-544 Average Per Rush 1.8 Comp-Att-Int 249-464-25 Average Per Game 250.0 Passing Yards 2750 Total Offense 3294 Yards/Play 5.9 Fumbles-Lost 36-15 Interception-Yds. 10-86 Turnovers 40 Penalties-Yds 89-790 Punt Returns-Yds 25-210 Kickoff Returns 68-1356 Punting 61-2290 Field goal Attempts 4-10 3rd-Down Conversions 40-156 4th-Down Conversions 9-32 Sacks 22-116 Touchdowns Scored 28 Red Zone Scores 17-29 Time of Possession/Game 28:54

37 91

82 100

204 376

OPP 189 425-1553 3.7 193-333-10 215.0 2365 3918 7.1 24-12 25-476 22 99-1012 35-429 38-749 48-1803 14-18 55-158 8-26 43-245 48 36-46 32:20

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Benedict Norfolk State

Johnson C. Smith Norfolk State

Game SC Game33- -September September1518- -Columbia, Norfolk, VA

Game 4 - September 22 - Charlotte, NC Game 3 - September 18 - Norfolk, VA

Location: …..………………..…………………….Columbia, SC Founded …………………………………………...………..1870 Enrollment………………………………………………....3,100 Conference………………………...……...………………..SIAC Nickname ………………………………….……………...Tigers Colors…..……………………..……….………….Purple & Gold Stadium ………………….…..…………….. Charlie W. Johnson Head Coach………………………………………James Woody Record at Benedict ……..…………………………..1-5 (1 year) Career Record………………………………………1-5 (1 year) Offensive Coordinator………...…………….… Terry Beauford Defensive Coordinator…………………………. Mike Wallace Letterman Returning……….………………...………………36 Starters Returning/Lost…………………………………….8/14 SID…………………………...……………….….Dennis Switzer SID office Phone/ Fax…………………………….803-705-4346 SID Address……………………...……………..1600 Harden St. Athletic Website………………www.benedictcollegetigers.com

Location: …..………………..…………………….Charlotte, NC Founded …………………………………………...………..1867 Enrollment………………………………………………....1,350 Conference………………………...……...……………….CIAA Nickname ………………………………….………Golden Bulls Colors……………………………..……….……….Navy & Gold Stadium ………………….…..…...Irwin Belk Complex Stadium Head Coach…………………………………...Steven B. Aycock Record at Johnson C. Smith ……..……………11-20 (4th year) Career Record………………………………….11-20 (4th year) Offensive Coordinator………...…………………...Steve Shipp Defensive Coordinator……………………………….Craig Cox Letterman Returning/Lost…………………...…………...21/32 Starters Returning/Lost…………………………………...14/12 SID…………………………...……………..……Lamont Hinson SID office Phone/ Fax…………….704-378-1118/704-330-1426 SID Address……………………...……..100 Beatties Ford Road Athletic Website……………………www.goldenbullsports.com

2011 Results (2-8)

2012 Schedule

Virginia Union L Bowie State L Shaw W Fort Valley State L Miles L Stillman L Clark-Atlanta W Morehouse L Albany State L Lane College L

9-1 Virginia Union 9-6 Bowie State 9-15 Virginia State 9-22 Fort Valley State 9-29 Miles 10-6 Stillman 10-13 Clark Atlanta 10-20 Morehouse 10-27 Albany State 11-3 Lane

0-27 14-31 23-17 23-40 14-20 0-44 10-7 31-37 13-37 13-19

2011 Results (6-5)

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West Virginia State W

9-1 West Virginia State 9-8 Tuskegee 9-15 Concordia 9-22 Virginia State 9-29 Lincoln 10-6 Winston-Salem 10-13 Fayetteville State 10-20 Shaw 10-27 St. Augustine’s 11-3 Livingstone

Brevard Virginia State Davidson

L W L Winston-Salem State L Shaw W Virginia Union W St. Augustine’s L Fayetteville State L Livingstone W Miles W

2011 Team Stats Benedict Opponents

10 55

28 122

57 43

Team Statistics BC First Downs 125 Rushing 919-1420 Average Per Rush 2.6 Comp-Att-Int 239-98-17 Average Per Game 122.6 Passing Yards 1226 Total Offense 590-2145 Yards/Play 5.1 Fumbles-Lost 35-20 Interception-Yds 15-263 Turnovers 29 Penalties-Yds 107-865 Punt Returns-Yds 14-169 Kickoff Returns 37-728 Punting 64-2382 Field Goal Attempts 4-7 3rd-Down Conversions 33-134 4th-Down Conversions 4-17 Sacks 18-149 Touchdowns Scored 19 Red Zone Scores 12-25 Time of Possession 29:25

46 53

141 279 OPP 279 1369-1660 3.4 269-126-15 179.6 1,796 668-3165 6.7 21-14 17-240 8 89-811 26-280 30-518 54-1941 9-15 33-135 9-18 37-205 36 28-36 31:54

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64-27 35-38 14-7 7-35 10-28 36-27 26-19 15-34 23-44 31-0 35-33

2011 Team Stats Johnson C. Smith Opponents

75 51

75 85 77 76

Team Statistics JCSU First Downs 206 Rushing 396-1,600 Average Per Rush 4.0 Comp-Att-Int 188-355-16 Average Per Game 207.4 Passing Yards 2,281 Total Offense 751-3,881 Yards/Play 5.2 Fumbles-Lost 16-9 Interception-Yds 13-233 Turnovers 29 Penalties-Yds 115-1061 Punt Returns-Yds 19-333 Kickoff Returns 41-738 Punting 55-2202 Field Goal Attempts 7-12 3rd-Down Conversions 58-154 4th-Down Conversions 7-19 Sacks 27-176 Touchdowns Scored 40 Red Zone Scores 31-42 Time of Possession 28:27

61 85

0 3

180 292

OPP 292 462-1859 4.0 173-331-13 202.0 2,222 793-4,081 5.1 17-11 16-209 8 100-914 19-225 50-1231 50-1873 9-16 51-159 19-37 25-135 38 27-43 31:29

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Elizabeth Shaw City State

Elizabeth City State

Game Game 5 7- -September October 1429- Ettrick, - Ettrick, VAVA

Game 76 -- October October14 6 - Ettrick, VA

Location: ....………………………………………..Raleigh , NC Founded …………………………………………...……….1865 Enrollment…………………………………………………2,711 Conference………………………………...………………CIAA Nickname ……………………………….……...………….Bears Colors………………………….………………...Garnet & White Stadium ………………….……………………...C.C. Spaulding Head Coach……………………………………... Robert Massey Record at Shaw …………..…………….………………..210-92 Career Record…………………………….221-108 (11 seasons) Offensive Coordinator……………………….…...Richard Gray Defensive Coordinator……………………...Markus McElveen Letterman Returning/Lost………………………………..37/17 Starters Returning/Lost…………………………………….16/6 SID……………………………………………..Sherri Fillingham SID office Phone/ Fax………………………252-335-3278/3627 SID Address………Vaughan Center 101 1702 Weeksville Road Athletic Website…………………………..www.shawbears.com

Location: ....………………………………….Elizabeth City, NC Founded …………………………………………...………..1891 Enrollment…………………………………………………3,042 Conference………………………………...………………CIAA Nickname ……………………………….……...………..Vikings Colors………………………….………………....Royal & White Stadium ………………….……………………………..Roebuck Head Coach……………………………………... Waverly Tillar Record at Elizabeth City …………..…………….……….35-39 Career Record…………………………..…….35-39 (7 seasons) Offensive Coordinator……………………………..Alvin Parker Defensive Coordinator…………………………..Marcus Hillard Letterman Returning/Lost………………………………..37/17 Starters Returning/Lost…………………………………….16/6 SID……………………………………………..……April Emory SID office Phone/ Fax………………………252-335-3278/3627 SID Address………Vaughan Center 101 1702 Weeksville Road Athletic Website…………………………www.ecsuvikings.com

2011 Results (3-7)

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2011 Results (8-3)

2012 Schedule

Stillman L 16-13 Delaware St. L 31-27 Benedict L 23-17 Elizabeth City St. L 28-21 Livingstone W 54-0 Johnson C. Smith L 36-27 Fayetteville State W 35-29 Chowan L 34-32 Winston-Salem State L 21-14 St. Augustine’s W 20-16

8-30 9-8 9-15 9-22 9-29 10-6 10-13 10-20 10-27 11-3

California L Winston-Salem State L Lincoln W Chowan W Bowie State W Virginia State W Virginia Union W Shaw W Fayetteville State W Livingstone W

9-1 9-8 9-15 9-22 9-29 10-6 10-13 10-20 10-27 11-3

Charleston Miles Stillman Chowan Virginia State Fayetteville State Livingstone Johnson C. Smith Winston-Salem State St. Augustine’s

2011 Team Stats Elizabeth City Opponents

74 61

84 58

Team Statistics ECSU First Downs 18.2 Rushing 78.3 Average Per Rush 4.5 Comp-Att-Int 265-145-10 Average Per Game 388.8 Passing Yards 231.6 Total Offense 695-3,888 Yards/Play 5.6 Fumbles-Lost 26-10 Interception-Yds 12-172 Turnovers 20 Penalties-Yds 87-857 Punt Returns-Yds 25-169 Kickoff Returns 35-707 Punting 46-1,544 Field Goal Attempts 7-17 3rd-Down Conversions 52-138 4th-Down Conversions 9-23 Sacks 31-187 Touchdowns Scored 39 Red Zone Scores 26-36 Time of Possession 30-13

88 34

44-0 38-18 39-14 26-9 23-12 28-7 43-41 28-21 42-21 49-7

Newberry Delta State Albany State Fayetteville State St. Augustine’s Virginia State Lincoln Chowan Virginia Union Bowie State

2011 Team Stats 45 59

291 212

OPP 19.1 82.9 3.5 290-136-12 313.1 255.3 677-3,131 4.6 29-16 10-236 28 70-656 11-131 50-790 64-2,094 3-7 44-144 11-20 13-80 30 22-36 29:47

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Elizabeth City Opponents

62 104 46 60

Team Statistics ECSU First Downs 234 Rushing 155-2,540 Average Per Rush 3.9 Comp-Att-Int 128-245-9 Average Per Game 211.7 Passing Yards 1,446 Total Offense 898-3,986 Yards/Play 5.9 Fumbles-Lost 28-10 Interception-Yds 15-292 Turnovers 20 Penalties-Yds 91-771 Punt Returns-Yds 26-151 Kickoff Returns 35-579 Punting 46-1,544 Field Goal Attempts 3-11 3rd-Down Conversions 81-194 4th-Down Conversions 18-37 Sacks 42-279 Touchdowns Scored 48 Red Zone Scores 38-45 Time of Possession 31:37

60 49

87 83

334 264

OPP 201 80-1,382 3.3 182-349-15 115.2 2,107 769-3,489 6.0 25-14 9-131 28 108-986 19-153 56-1310 64-2,094 4-9 56-165 7-22 21-119 36 29-42 28:04

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Elizabeth BowieCity State State

Lincoln (PA)

Game 7 - October 13 14 - Bowie, Ettrick,MD VA

Game 8 - October 20 23 - Ettrick, VA

Location: …...…………………………………...…..Bowie, MD Founded …………………………………………...………..1865 Enrollment…………………………………….…………...5,617 Conference………………………………...………………CIAA Nickname ……………………………….………..…….Bulldogs Colors………………………………..…….……...Black & Gold Stadium ………………….………………..….Bulldogs Stadium Head Coach…………………………………..….Damon Wilson Record at Bowie State …………….…..………16-15 (4 season) Career Record………………………..………...16-15 (4 season) Offensive Coordinator…………………………Jason Woodman Defensive Coordinator………………………….Antone’ Sewell Letterman Returning/Lost…………………….………… 41/31 Starters Returning/Lost..………………………..………… 15/6 SID………………………………………………….Greg Goings SID office Phone/ Fax…...………..301-860-3574/301-860-3585 SID Address………………..14000 Jericho Park Rd. Bowie, MD Athletic Website……………………………….bsubulldogs.com

Location: …..……………………………….…..West Grove, PA Founded …………………………………………...………..1854 Enrollment…………………………………………………2,649 Conference………………………………………………...CIAA Nickname …………………………..……...………………Lions Colors………………………….…………………Orange & Blue Stadium ………………….………………………………….N/A Head Coach……………………………………….O.J. Abanishe Record at Lincoln (PA)……………….………..7-32 (5 seasons) Career Record…………………………..……...7-32 (5 seasons) Offensive Coordinator………………………..…..L. Josh Kyner Defensive Coordinator………………………...….Herb Pickens Letterman Returning/Lost…………………...…………...36/14 Starters Returning/Lost……...……………………………16/12 SID………………………………………………...Brian Howard SID office Phone/ Fax………………………484-365-7461/8120 SID Address………………..…………….bhoward@lincoln.edu Athletic Website…..…………………………..www.lulions.com

2011 Results (4-6)

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2011 Results

Assumption Benedict Livingstone Virginia Union Virginia State Fairmount Lincoln Elizabeth City Shepherd Chowan

9-1 9-6 9-15 9-22 9-29 10-6 10-13 10-20 10-27 11-3

W W W L L L W L L L

28-7 31-14 41-14 29-32 21-28 20-49 22-10 12-23 17-38 35-38

Schedule Assumption Benedict Fairmont State St. Augustine’s Winston-Salem State Chowan Virginia State Virginia Union Lincoln Elizabeth City State

Cheyney Kentucky State Virginia Union Saint Augustine’s WV Wesleyan Chowan Bowie State Virginia State Lynchburg Elizabeth City

2011 Team Stats Bowie State Opponents

51 30

52 89

Team Statistics BS First Downs 230 Rushing 455-2,043 Average Per Rush 4.5 Comp-Att-Int 168-305-17 Average Per Game 182.4 Passing Yards 1,824 Total Offense 760-3,867 Yards/Play 6.0 Fumbles-Lost 16-9 Interception-Yds 13-145 Turnovers 20 Penalties-Yds 98-997 Punt Returns-Yds 26-236 Kickoff Returns 45-978 Punting 39-1,526 Field Goal Attempts 7-11 3rd-Down Conversions 56-149 4th-Down Conversions 12-31 Sacks 14-90 Touchdowns Scored 34 Red Zone Scores 26-43 Time of Possession 30-39

76 55

(2-8) L L W L L W L L L L

19-21 27-43 19-10 17-34 26-37 31-45 10-22 16-21 2-18 14-39

2012 Schedule 9-1 9-8 9-15 9-22 9-29 10-6 10-13 10-20 10-27 11-3

Cheyney Wofford Kentucky State Livingstone Johnson C. Smith Virginia Union Elizabeth City State Virginia State Bowie State Chowan

2011 Team Stats 77 0 256 72 7 253

Lincoln (PA) Opponents

OPP 165 389-1,344 3.5 125-240-13 152.0 1,520 629-2,864 6.3 37-17 17-291 28 80-692 11-148 43-777 41-1,556 4-7 48-126 8-20 21-126 35 23-30 29:20

Team Statistics LUP First Downs 157 Rushing 32-343 Average Per Rush 1.5 Att-Comp-Int 420-219-13 Average Per Game 243.8 Passing Yards 2,438 Total Offense 655-2,781 Yards/Play 5.8 Fumbles-Lost 15-9 Interceptions-Yds 7-178 Turnovers 39 Penalties 89-785 Punt Returns 14-61 Kickoff Returns 45-746 Punting 59-2,174 Field goal Attempts 5-6 3rd-Down Conversions 46-147 4th-Down Conversions 8-28 Sacks 42-275 Touchdowns Scored 25 Red Zone Scores 11-28 Time of Possession/Game 25:41

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38 70

40 73

48 45

50 72

181 260

OPP 184 99-1,517 3.2

229-123-7 146.3 1,463 698-2,980 6.4 19-6 13-182 27 89-894 19-266 30-594

54-2,088 6-13 50-151 11-26 36-227 35 28-38 34:17

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Chowan

Virginia Union

GameGame 4 - September 9 - October 2527- Murfreesboro, - Ettrick, VA NC

Game Game10 9 - October November 303-- Richmond, Richmond,VA VA

Location: …..……….……………….………. Murfreesboro,NC NC …..……….……………….……..Murfreesboro, Founded …………………………………………...………..1848 Enrollment…………...…………………………………….1,300 Enrollment..………...………………………………...……1,050 Conference………………………………………..……….CIAA Nickname …………………………..……...………….….Hawks Colors………………………….…………...……...Blue & White Stadium …………………………….……...….Garrison Stadium Head Coach…………………………………………...Tim Place Record at Chowan……………….………..….10-30 Chowan……………….………..…...4-16 (4 (2 seasons) Career Record…………………………..…….21-41 Record…………………………..…….15-27 (6 (4 seasons) Offensive Coordinator…………………………….....Mark Hall Defensive Coordinator………………...…...…….Brian Matesic Letterman Returning/Lost……………………………......33/25 Returning/Lost……………………………......36/25 Starters Returning/Lost…………………………………....14/8 Returning/Lost…………………………………...13/11 SID……………………………………………..…Meredith Long SID office Phone/ Fax………….....252-398-6468/252-398-1390 SID Address………..……1 University Place, Murfreesboro, NC Athletic Website…..………………..…….www.gocuhawks.com

2011 Results (3-7) Livingstone W UNC of Pembroke L Winston-Salem State L Virginia State L Virginia Union L Lincoln L Stillman L Shaw W Elizabeth City State L Bowie State W

43-7 38-49 24-55 20-35 29-43 15-31 21-24 34-32 9-26 38-35

Chowan Opponents

45 95

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2012 Schedule

2011 Results (5-5)

2012 Schedule

9-1 9-10 9-17 9-24 10-1 10-8 10-15 10-22 10-29 11-5

Fayetteville State W Virginia State L Johnson C. Smith L Elizabeth City State W Chowan W Bowie State W Lincoln L Winston-Salem State L Benedict W St. Augustine’s W

9-1 Benedict 9-8 Brevard 9-15 Fayetteville State 9-22 Winston-Salem State 9-29 Livingstone 10-6 Lincoln 10-13 Chowan 10-20 Bowie State 10-27 Elizabeth City State 11-3 Virginia State

Livingstone Virginia Military Institute Shorter Shaw Fayetteville State Bowie State Virginia Union Elizabeth City State Virginia State Lincoln

2011 Team Stats 81 69

Team Statistics CU First Downs 192 Rushing 54-838 Average Per Rush 2.4 Comp-Att-Int 370-191-18 Average Per Game 83.8 Passing Yards 2,419 Total Offense 713-3,257 Yards/Play 6.5 Fumbles-Lost 33-21 Interceptions-Yds 10-155 Turnovers 16 Penalties-Yds 92-879 Punt Returns-Yds 29-392 Kickoff Returns 48-1,180 Punting 57-2,204 Field goal Attempts 7-9 3rd-Down Conversions 45-146 4th-Down Conversions 9-24 Sacks 24-184 Touchdowns Scored 36 Red Zone Scores 29-39 Time of Possession/Game 29:01

81 89

17-14 39-14 26-19 43-41 43-29 32-29 19-10 67-16 27-0 12-0

2011 Team Stats 64 84

271 337

OPP 179 81-1,607 3.8 286-148-10 160.7 2,115 709-3,722 7.4 17-7 18-202 20 83-776 19-193 47-972 76-2,762 1-4 52-158 12-21 35-213 49 22-26 32:21

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Virginia Union Opponents

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Team Statistics VUU First Downs 169 Rushing 77-1,367 Average Per Rush 3.2 Comp-Att-Int 110-237-16 Average Per Game 161.6 Passing Yards 1,616 Total Offense 667-2,983 Yards/Play 6.8 Fumbles-Lost 14-11 Interception returns 11-79 Turnovers 28 Penalties 65-601 Punt Returns 15-201 Kickoff Returns 45-939 Punting 53-2093 Field Goal Attempts 3-6 Third-Down Conversions 44-136 Fourth-Down Conversions 13-29 Sacks 18-126 Touchdowns Scored 32 Red Zone Scores 24-33 Time of Possession 30:48

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19 21

231 266

OPP 166 79-1,348 3.5 134-265-11 176.8 1,768 645-3116 6.7 21-13 16-347 28 89-776 28-142 37-887 48-1687 6-11 50-133 7-26 18-143 37 30-36 29:00

2012 Football RED-ZONE GAME INDIVIDUAL DEFENSIVE OPPONENT Football REVIEWS STATISTICS STATISTICS STATISTICS GAME REVIEWS 2010 Virginia State University 2009 GAME REVIEWS VIRGINIA STATE 17, WEST VIRGINIA STATE 14 // 9.10.11

VIRGINIA STATE 3, NORFOLK STATE 37 // 9.3.11

The Trojans scored 14 points in the third quarter to take a come from behind lead and win the game 1714, against the (0-2) Yellow Jackets of West Virginia State University. Junior wide receiver, Corey Young caught a 28 yard TD pass to put VSU ahead.

Virginia State University fell 37-3 to Norfolk State University on Saturday Sept. 3 in Norfolk, VA. Senior running back, Antwain Lyde (Florence, SC) led VSU with 74 all purpose yards and senior kicker, William Rudd (Richmond, VA) scored the Trojans only points in the second quarter with a 43 yard field goal. The Trojans were outmatched both offensively and defensively against the Spartans as they were held to 161 total yards offensively, and gave up 438 yards, defensively. Senior linebacker, Jeremy Pruitt (Far Rockaway, NY) was making plays all over the field, recording a game-high 15 tackles to lead VSU. Senior defensive back, Howard Spencer (Richmond, VA) made 4 tackles but was most effective on special teams. Spencer returned 5 kickoffs for 111 yards and had his longest return of 57 yards in the second quarter as he set up kicker William Rudd for his 43 yard FG.

SCORING SUMMARY Norfolk State Virginia State

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NSU - R. Estep 39 yd FG … 06:32 1st qtr. NSU - R. Estep 25 yd FG … 11:13 2nd qtr. NSU - M. Brisco 9-yd run (Estep kick) … 5:48 2nd qtr. NSU - R. Volcin 46 int. return (Estep kick) … 1:05 2nd qtr. VSU - W. Rudd 43 yd FG … 0:34 2nd qtr. NSU - V. Hairston 23 yd pass from C. Walley (Estep kick) … 11:27 3rd qtr. NSU - R. Estep 36 yd FG … 12:33 4th qtr. NSU - X. Boyce 6 yd pass from C. Walley (Estep kick) … 05:48 4th qtr.

VSU’s offense woke up late but rallied in the second half to gain some yardage and several first downs to seal a 17-14 victory on the road against WVSU. The Trojans accumulated 277 of total offense (211 passing, 66 rushing) and had 14 first downs. Senior running back, Antwain Lyde rushed for a team high 80 yards and averaged 4 yards a carry. Lyde also caught 4 passes for 53 yards out of the Trojan backfield. Junior quarterback, Jarred Battle passed for 211 yards, completing 19 of 32 pass attempts. Senior linebacker, Jeremy Pruitt had a game-high 12 tackles and also secured a 17-14 victory with an interception late in the fourth quarter. The Yellow Jackets offense was storming down the field with 2:46 left in the game and the Trojan defense prevailed.

SCORING SUMMARY West Virginia State Virginia State

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VIRGINIA STATE

First Downs Rush Attempts/Net Rushing yards Passing C/A/I Net Passing yards Offensive Plays Total Offense Fumbles/Lost Penalties/Yards Punts/Average Third –Down Conversions Time of Possession

8 20-30 17-31-1 131 51 161 0-0 4-49 6/45.0 2 of 12 23:56

NORFOLK STATE 24 47-178 26-30-0 260 77 438 0-0 6-45 1/28.0 11 of 17 36:04

RUSHING (ATT-YARDS-TD) Virginia State - Lyde 11-35, Hawks 3-11, Futch 1-1, White 1-(-7), Battle 4-(-10) Norfolk State - Hedgeman 12-65, Walley 10-42, Maynes 10-33, Flores 7-17, Lewis 1-11, Brisco 3-7-1, Johnson 2-7, Team 2-(-4) PASSING (COMP-ATT-YARDS-TD) Virginia State - Battle 14-27-109, White 3-4-22 Norfolk State - Walley 25-29-255-2, Flores 1-1-5 RECEIVING (REC-YARDS-TD) Virginia State - Anderson 6-36, Lyde 5-39, Futch 3-26, Young 2-18, Lewis 1-12 Norfolk State - Garrett 7-74, Hairston 5-67-1, Hedgeman 4-39, Boyce 4-30-1, Hawkins 3-21, Holbrook 1-13, Maynes 1-11, Johnson 1-5 TACKLES Virginia State - Pruitt 15, Carr 10, Haney 7

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WVS - E. Kent 21 yd pass from R. Phillips (Wissler kick) … 14:48 2nd qtr. VSU - W. Rudd 36 yd FG … 11:42 2nd qtr. WVS - L. Phillips 6 yd pass from R. Phillips (Wissler kick) … 12:02 3rd qtr. VSU - S. Smith 29 yd int. return (Rudd kick)…7:40 3rd qtr. VSU - C. Young 28 yd pass from J. Battle (Rudd kick) … 0:45 3rd qtr.

TEAM STATISTICS TEAM STATISTICS

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First Downs Rush Attempts/Net Rushing yards Passing C/A/I Net Passing yards Offensive Plays Total Offense Fumbles/Lost Penalties/Yards Punts/Average Third –Down Conversions Time of Possession

WEST V. STATE VIRGINIA STATE 12 27-75 23-36-2 217 63 292 0-0 9-71 7/35.1 5 of 16 29:06

14 27-66 19-32-1 211 59 277 0-0 8-57 7/40.3 3 of 13 29:06

RUSHING (ATT-YARDS-TD) Virginia State - Lyde 20-80, Futch 1-1, Team 2-(-2), Battle 4-(-13) West Virginia State - R. Phillips 9-34, Mollett 4-18, Payne 4-13, L. Phillips 6-5, Shannon 1-4, Dooley 2-2, Team 1(-1) PASSING (COMP-ATT-YARDS-TD) Virginia State - Battle 19-32-211-1 West Virginia State - R. Phillips 23-36-217-2 RECEIVING (REC-YARDS-TD) Virginia State - Anderson 6-61, Lyde 4-53, Futch 4-40, Young 3-35, Holloman 2 -22 West Virginia State - Wheat 6-72, Johnson 5-20, Kent 4-59-1, L. Phillips 3-131, Jackson 2-47, Bennefie 1-4, Dooley 1-3, Payne 1-(-1) TACKLES Virginia State - Pruitt 12, Willoughby 10, Smith 7

2012 Football RED-ZONE GAME INDIVIDUAL DEFENSIVE OPPONENT Football REVIEWS STATISTICS STATISTICS STATISTICS GAME REVIEWS 2010 Virginia State University LINCOLN (MO) JOHNSON C. SMITH 6, VIRGINIA 14, VIRGINIA STATESTATE 38 // 7 9.12.09 // 9.17.11

VIRGINIA STATE 35, CHOWAN 20

Virginia State University’s football team fell to Johnson C. Smith University 14-7 in Charlotte, NC on Saturday, Sept. 17th. VSU’s offense had a season-high 395 total yards, but only scored one touchdown, and fumbled the ball in the final minute of the game leading to a Golden Bulls 94 yard TD score. Offensive miscues in potential scoring range led VSU to a 1-2 record and 0-1 CIAA conference record to start the 2011 football season. When the Trojans were in scoring range against the Golden Bulls the results were; one touchdown, three missed FGs attempts, one turn over on downs, and one key fumble lost. This was a crushing loss for Virginia State University as their defense held the Golden Bulls to 118 yards rushing and 191 yards passing. Red-shirt sophomore defensive back, Sean Smith played light outs for the VSU secondary picking off 2 passes. Senior linebacker, Jeremy Pruitt led his team with 5.5 total tackles. Senior defensive back, Howard Spencer had VSU’s only sack of the game and pitched in 3.5 tackles with one pass breakup.

SCORING SUMMARY Virginia State Johnson C. Smith

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JCSU - A. Capers 7 yd pass from K. Wallace (Rabb kick) … 8:09 2nd qtr. VSU - A. Lyde 3 yd run (Rudd kick) … 9:13 3rd qtr. JCSU - L. Harris 94 yd fumble recovery (Wright kick) … 00:57 4th qtr.

The Trojans downed Chowan, 35-20 in a season home opener at Rogers Stadium on Saturday, Sept 24th. The Trojans exploded for a season high 35 points finding the end zone 5 times racking up 373 total yards. Jarred Battle threw for 233 yards on 12 of 23 attempts. He scored twice for VSU, a 7 yard rushing touchdown in the third quarter and then a deep slant route hooking up with sophomore Dion Futch for an 86 yard score. Defensively, the Trojans picked off 2 interceptions and forced three fumbles. Senior linebacker, Jeremy Pruitt tied his seasonhigh in tackles with 15 (8 solo, 7 assist). Pruitt led a Trojan defense that held Chowan's offense to under 100 yards rushing. Pruitt forced a fumble and made one tackle for a 7 yard loss. Two other linebackers assisted Pruitt in several plays. Juniors, Bryce Willoughby and Alandus Beggs both finished with 6 tackles a piece.

SCORING SUMMARY Chowan Virginia State

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VIRGINIA STATE JOHNSON C. SMITH

First Downs Rush Attempts/Net Rushing yards Passing C/A/I Net Passing yards Offensive Plays Total Offense Fumbles/Lost Penalties/Yards Punts/Average Third –Down Conversions Time of Possession

17 40-138 21-40-1 257 80 395 1-1 8-80 5/45.6 8 of 21 33:44

14 30-118 19-31-2 191 61 309 0-0 9-83 7/31.0 5 of 14 26:16

RUSHING (ATT-YARDS-TD) Virginia State - Lyde 25-103-1, Hawks 5-18, Battle 7-15, Clark 2-2, Wilson 1-0 Johnson C. Smith - Wallace 18-77, Anderson 9-36, Hartley 2-6, Poole 1-(-1)) PASSING (COMP-ATT-YARDS-TD) Virginia State - Battle 21-40-257 Johnson C. Smith - K. Wallace 19-31-191 RECEIVING (REC-YARDS-TD) Virginia State - Young 9-84, Paulk 4-99, Futch 4-68, Lyde 3-(-3), Anderson 1-7 Johnson C. Smith - Anderson 5-38, Taylor 4-40, Capers 4-37-1, Mata 4-23, Poole 2-53 TACKLES Virginia State - Pruitt 7, Carr 5, Haney 6, Rawls 6

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VSU - K. Hawks 7 yd run (Rudd kick) … 11:22 1st qtr. CU - K. Hodrick 10 yd pass from C. Stover (Murphy kick)… 3:13 2nd qtr. VSU - T. Wilson 6 yd run (Rudd kick) … 11:30 3rd qtr. VSU - J. Battle 7yd run (Rudd kick) … 8:20 3rd qtr VSU - D. Futch 86 yd pass from J. Battle (Rudd kick) … 8:15 4th qtr. VSU - D. Futch 4 yd run ( Rudd Kick) … 5:13 4th qtr. CU - J. Williams 96 yd kickoff return (Murphy kick) … 5:00 4th qtr. CU - J. Williams 1 yd run (Murphy Kick failed) …00:47 4th qtr.

TEAM STATISTICS TEAM STATISTICS

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First Downs Rush Attempts/Net Rushing yards Passing C/A/I Net Passing yards Offensive Plays Total Offense Fumbles/Lost Penalties/Yards Punts/Average Third –Down Conversions Time of Possession

CHOWAN 19 31-72 22-40-2 283 71 355 2-2 12-132 6/38.3 7 of 14 28:51

VIRGINIA STATE 17 42-140 12-24-0 233 66 376 0-0 6-26 8/39.4 4 of 13 46:09

RUSHING (ATT-YARDS-TD) Virginia State - Wilson 21-82-1, Clark 5-20, Lyde 4-13, Battle 8-12-1, Hawks 210, Futch 1-4-1, White 1-(-1) Chowan - Ferns 4-22, Jr. Williams 8-20-1, Simpson 8-17, Stover 6-13, Smalls 50 PASSING (COMP-ATT-YARDS-TD) Virginia State - Battle 12-23-233-0 Chowan –Stover 14-25-132-1 RECEIVING (REC-YARDS-TD) Virginia State - Paulk 6-100, Futch 3-117-1, Young 2-8, Anderson 1-8 Chowan - Hodrick 7-103-1, Holland 4-66, Harris 4-24, Jr. Williams 353,Satterwhite 1-17, Ratliff 1-9, Podpora 1-6, Simpson 1-5 TACKLES Virginia State - Pruitt 15, Carr 8, Willoughby 6

2010 Virginia State State University Football REVIEWS 2010 Virginia 2012 Football GAME GAME INDIVIDUAL DEFENSIVE OPPONENT RED-ZONE Football REVIEWS STATISTICS STATISTICS STATISTICS GAME REVIEWS VIRGINIA STATE 28, BOWIE STATE 21

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VIRGINIA STATE 21, FAYETTEVILLE STATE 49 // 10.8.11

Virginia State’s football team won a 28-21 overtime thriller against Bowie State University on Saturday, Oct. 1st in Rogers Stadium. Junior quarterback, Jarred Battle threw a 21 yard TD pass to wide receiver Timothy Paulk (above) sending the game into overtime with 16 seconds left in the game. Battle rushed for a 2 yard score to win the game in overtime bringing the Trojans to a 3-2 overall record and 2-1 record in the CIAA conference. he Trojans won their first overtime game since 2007 and it was an exciting one for the home fans. Both teams played great defensively, but with three scores in the final three minutes of the game including overtime, Virginia State University came from behind and defeated Bowie State University in overtime thanks to their defense. VSU had 42 rushing attempts for 103 yards controlling the game, averaging 2.5 yards a carry. Freshman running back, Tyler Wilson controlled the game both rushing and receiving finishing with 149 all purpose yards. He had 27 carries for 68 yards and caught 6 passes for 81 yards to lead the team in both categories.

SCORING SUMMARY Virginia State Bowie State

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VSU - J. Battle 1 yd run (Rudd kick) … 13:26 2nd qtr. BSU - J. Proctor 1 yd run (Gagne kick) … 4:57 3rd qtr. BSU - T. Jones 3 yd run (Gagne kick) … 3:37 4th qtr. VSU - H. Spencer 88 yd kickoff return (Rudd kick) … 3:19 4th qtr. BSU - K. Brown 32 yd run (Gagne kick) … 00:58 4th qtr. VSU - T. Paulk 21 yd pass from J. Battle (Rudd kick) … 00:16 4th qtr. VSU - J. Battle 2 yd run (Rudd kick) … 15:00 OT

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rush Attempts/Net Rushing yards Passing C/A/I Net Passing yards Offensive Plays Total Offense Fumbles/Lost Penalties/Yards Punts/Average Third –Down Conversions Time of Possession

VIRGINIA STATE 16 42-103 15-26-3 187 68 290 0-0 8-77 4/45.5 4 of 14 30:06

BOWIE STATE 21 54-198 12-26-3 170 80 368 0-0 5-69 5/44.8 2 of 3 29:54

RUSHING (ATT-YARDS-TD) Virginia State - Wilson 27-68, Hawks 5-25, Futch 1-12, Battle 9-(-2)-2 Bowie State - Jones 16-64-1, Brown 8-64-1, Jefferson 9-40, Budd 7-38, Proctor 2-11, Johnson 10-4, Michael 2-(-23) PASSING (COMP-ATT-YARDS-TD) Virginia State - Battle 15-26-187-1 Bowie State - Johnson 8-17-118, Budd 4-9-52 RECEIVING (REC-YARDS-TD) Virginia State - Wilson 6-81, Futch 4-47, Paulk 2-28-1, Anderson 2-21, Young 1 -10 Bowie State - Proctor 4-84, James 4-49, Budd 3-37, Brown 1-0 TACKLES Virginia State - Pruitt 14, Haney 9, Willoughby 8, Vesprey 6

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Freshman running back, Tyler Wilson rushed for 75 yards and a touchdown, but Virginia State University fell to Fayetteville State University 49-21, in Fayetteville, NC on Saturday, Oct. 8th. The Trojans had 6 turnovers and allowed 49 unanswered points after leading 14-0 early in the ball game. The Trojan offense began the game with several long runs by freshman running back, Tyler Wilson. Wilson had 4 carries in the first quarter for 31 yards and scored one touchdown. Sophomore running back, Kenay Hawks also had a great start to the ballgame, scoring VSU’s first touchdown on a 22 yard score on VSU’s opening drive. Several key injuries to the Trojans defense in the first half gave the Broncos offense hope as they scored 21 quick points in the second quarter giving the Broncos the 21-14 lead at the half. The Broncos cleaned up their offense and played better defense than the Trojans and as a result extended their scoring to 49 straight points to win the game in a dominating fashion.

SCORING SUMMARY Fayetteville State Virginia State

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VSU - K. Hawks 22 yd run (Rudd kick) … 12:37 1st qtr. VSU - T. Wilson 6 yd run (Rudd kick)… 1:21 1st qtr. FSU - C. Bailey 2 yd run (Turner kick) … 8:34 2nd qtr. FSU - C. Bailey 15 yd run (Turner kick) … 3:40 2nd qtr FSU - C. Bailey 7 yd run (Turner kick) … 2:51 2nd qtr. FSU - A. Lyles 48 yd fumble recovery ( Turner kick) … 10:36 3rd qtr. FSU - A. Williams 3 yd run (Turner kick) … 7:33 3rd qtr. FSU - C. Hairston 55 yd run (Turner kick) …12:03 4th qtr. FSU - M. Esquivel 49 yd int. return (Turner kick) … 7:14 4th qtr. VSU - A. Lyde 6 yd pass from J. Battle (Rudd kick) … 3:26 4th qtr.

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rush Attempts/Net Rushing yards Passing C/A/I Net Passing yards Offensive Plays Total Offense Fumbles/Lost Penalties/Yards Punts/Average Third –Down Conversions Time of Possession

FAYETTEVILLE STATE 17 49-248 10-16-0 49 65 297 5-4 10-119 3/36.0 10 of 15 34:41

VIRGINIA STATE 19 25-114 19-36-3 170 61 284 3-3 7-62 5/35.0 3 of 12 25:19

RUSHING (ATT-YARDS-TD) Virginia State - Wilson 11-75-1, Battle 5-22, Hawks 2-22-1, Lyde 4-5, Futch 3-(10) Fayetteville State - Hairston 12-84, Williams 13-55-1, Concepcion 11-49, Bailey 7-44-3, Woods 4-19, Team 2-(-2) PASSING (COMP-ATT-YARDS-TD) Virginia State - Battle 19-36-170 Fayetteville State –Concepcion 10-16-49 RECEIVING (REC-YARDS-TD) Virginia State - Lyde 7-42-1, Paulk 6-46, Anderson 3-41, Futch 2-30, Lewis 111 Fayetteville State - Allen 4-26, Puge 3-2, Bailey 1-13, White 1-6,Crews 1-2 TACKLES Virginia State - Willoughby 9, Haney 6, Young 8

2010 Virginia State State University Football REVIEWS 2010 Virginia 2012 Football GAME GAME INDIVIDUAL DEFENSIVE OPPONENT RED-ZONE Football REVIEWS STATISTICS STATISTICS STATISTICS GAME REVIEWS ELIZABETH CITY STATE 28, VIRGINIA STATE 7 // 10.15.11 VSU's Alan Anderson caught a 3 yard touchdown pass from quarterback Jarred Battle to score the Trojans only points in a 28-7 loss to the Vikings of Elizabeth City State University at Roebuck Stadium on Saturday, Oct. 15th. The Vikings offense racked up 271 yards rushing and scored 4 touchdowns in a dominating fashion. Junior quarterback, Jarred Battle finished the game completing 15 of 26 pass attempts for a total of 95 yards. Battle completed passes to eight different Trojans. VSU’s offense had a hard time executing the way the team expected against the Vikings defense. The Trojan offense finished the game only gaining nine first downs and all nine came in the first half. In the second half, the Trojans went three and out, punting on all six possessions as they fail to pick up any first downs. For the second straight week, VSU was shut out for the final three quarters, not scoring any points after the first quarter.

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Senior, running back Antwain Lyde rushed for 129 total yards and scored 3 touchdowns in a 21-16 road victory for the Trojans of Virginia State University over the Lions of Lincoln University on Saturday, Oct 22 in West Grove, PA. The Trojans snapped a two game road losing streak and improved their overall record to 4-4 and 3-3 in the CIAA conference with a great victory over the Lions. VSU held the Lions to 51 total rushing yards but allowed 316 total passing yards. The Trojans committed no offensive turnovers, forced a fumble on defense, and also blocked an extra point attempt. After an early touchdown score by Lincoln’s offense, VSU’s Antwain Lyde broke out for a season long 48 yard touchdown score to tie the ball game up at 7-7. Lyde led the Trojans with 31 rushes for a total of 129 yards with 3 touchdowns. SCORING SUMMARY

SCORING SUMMARY Virginia State Elizabeth City State

VIRGINIA STATE 21, LINCOLN (Pa.) 16 // 10.22.11

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Virginia State Lincoln

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VSU - A. Anderson 3 yd pass from J. Battle (Rudd kick) … 3:09 1st qtr. ECSU - D. Barfield 1 yd run (Miller kick) … 12:01 2nd qtr. ECSU - D. McNeill 1 yd run (Miller kick) … 3:28 3rd qtr. ECSU - D. McNeil 2 yd run (Miller kick) … 9:07 4th qtr. ECSU - D. McNeil 2 yd run (Miller kick) … 3:41 4th qtr.

LU - G. Swain 65 yd pass from D. Cook (Jaski kick) … 14:18 1st qtr. VSU - A. Lyde 48 yd run (Rudd kick) … 10:39 1st qtr. LU - Jaski 25 yd FG … 4:45 1st qtr. VSU - A. Lyde 26 yd run (Rudd kick) … 11:44 2nd qtr. LU - M. Coston 29 yd pass from D. Cook (Jaski kick) … 12:29 4th qtr. VSU - A. Lyde 4 yd run (Rudd kick) … 9:39 4th qtr.

TEAM STATISTICS

TEAM STATISTICS

VIRGINIA STATE First Downs 9 Rush Attempts/Net Rushing yards 23-58 Passing C/A/I 15-26-1 Net Passing yards 95 Offensive Plays 49 Total Offense 153 Fumbles/Lost 2-1 Penalties/Yards 6-60 Punts/Average 6/41.3 Third –Down Conversions 4 of 13 Time of Possession 22:07

ELIZABETH CITY STATE 20 64-271 12-18-0 161 82 432 1-0 8-74 2/36.0 2 of 5 37:53

RUSHING (ATT-YARDS-TD) Virginia State - Lyde 17-64, Wilson 1-0, Battle 5-(-6) Elizabeth City State - McNeill 36-189-3, Swain 14-36, Ellegar 4-31, Barfield 514-1, Cook 1-13, Powell 2-(-2), Stanback 1-(-3), Rios 1-(-7) PASSING (COMP-ATT-YARDS-TD) Virginia State - Battle 15-26-95-1 Elizabeth City State - Powell 11-15-153, Strand 1-3-8 RECEIVING (REC-YARDS-TD) Virginia State - Paulk 3-30, Futch 3-27, T. Lewis 2-12, Anderson 2-1-1, Lewis 17, Lyde 1-3, Holloman 1-1 Elizabeth City State - Faulcon 4-58, Strickland 3-30, Langston 1-34, Riddick 119, Wiggins 1-10, Stanback 1-8, Swain 1-2 TACKLES Virginia State - Johnson 13, Willoughby 12, Young 8

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STATE First Downs Rush Attempts/Net Rushing yards Passing C/A/I Net Passing yards Offensive Plays Total Offense Fumbles/Lost Penalties/Yards Punts/Average Third –Down Conversions Time of Possession

LINCOLN (Pa.) 19 25-51 29-51-0 316 76 367 2-1 7-57 7/39.6 6 of 19 27:45

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VIRGINIA 13 40-107 12-18-0 112 58 219 1-0 7-75 9/42.6 4 of 14 32:15

RUSHING (ATT-YARDS-TD) Virginia State –Lyde 31-129-3, Hawks 5-9, Battle 4-(-31) Lincoln (Pa.) - Swain 13-55, Cook 9-3, Rutledge 1-2, Colton 1-(-1), Mitchell 1-(8) PASSING (COMP-ATT-YARDS-TD) Virginia State - Battle 12-18-112 Lincoln (Pa.) - Cook 29-51-316-2 RECEIVING (REC-YARDS-TD) Virginia State - Young 5-23, Futch 4-32, T. Lewis 2-41, L. Lewis 1-16 Lincoln (Pa.) - Juste-Jean 9-89, Swain 6-99-1, Davis 6-26, Coston 3-67-1, Mitchell 3-24, Wilson 2-11 TACKLES Virginia State - Johnson 7, Rawls 6, Armstead 6

2010 Virginia State University 2012 Football RED-ZONE GAME INDIVIDUAL DEFENSIVE OPPONENT Football REVIEWS STATISTICS STATISTICS STATISTICS GAME REVIEWS VIRGINIA UNION 14, VIRGINIA STATE 39 // 10.29.11

VIRGINIA STATE 13, GARDNER-WEBB 34 // 11.03.11

Senior running back, Antwain Lyde scored 2 early rushing touchdowns in a 39-14 win over rival Virginia Union University on Saturday, Oct. 29th in Rogers Stadium. Lyde led the Trojans with 26 rushes for 92 total yards.

VSU aired it out for a season high 282 passing yards in a 34-13 loss to the Bulldogs of Gardner-Webb University on Thursday, Nov. 3rd in Spangler Stadium. Junior quarterback, Jarred Battle completed 25 of 48 pass attempts and threw a 13 yard touchdown pass to senior wide receiver, Timothy Paulk. The Bulldogs rushed for 4 touchdowns and gained 296 total yards on the ground. VSU threw 3 interceptions and had a total of -3 rushing yards.

The Trojans offense scored 4 touchdowns, the defense returned a 57 yard interception for another score, and senior kicker, William Rudd nailed a 44 yard FG to seal a homecoming victory for VSU. The Trojans rushed for 109 total yards and passed for 88 yards. Defensively, VSU forced one fumble and picked off 3 passes. Senior linebacker, Jeremy Pruitt recorded 10 total tackles to lead VSU. The Trojans defense had 7 tackles for a loss, 5 quarterback hurries, and 2 sacks. Junior defensive tackle, Rontrelle Knockett and red-shirt freshman Andrew Faison, Jr. both recorded a sack. Twelve seniors were honored on Senior Day, as they played their final home game at Rogers Stadium.

SCORING SUMMARY

SCORING SUMMARY Virginia State Virginia Union

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The Trojans close out their 2011 season at 5-5 with a 34-13 loss to the Bulldogs of Gardner Webb University. They began and ended their season against two Division I schools and played 7 games on the road. This is the fourth consecutive season, the Trojans finished with five wins or more. VSU won all three home games and will finish the season ranked second in the CIAA Northern Division behind Elizabeth City State.

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VSU - A. Lyde 5 yd run (Rudd kick) … 11:56 1st qtr. VSU - A. Lyde 1 yd run (Rudd kick) … 6:39 1st qtr. VSU - H. Spencer 57 yd int. return (Rudd kick) … 1:31 1st qtr. VUU - T. Malone 3 yd run (Malone rush failed) … 9:54 2nd qtr. VSU - T. Lewis 10 yd pass from J. Battle (Rudd kick) … 6:47 2nd qtr. VSU - D. Futch 11 yd pass from J. Battle (Rudd kick) … 8:48 3rd qtr. VUU - R. Mack 44 yd pass from C. Hickman (Hickman pass failed) … 5:00 3rd qtr. VSU - W. Rudd 44 yd FG … 11:40 4th qtr. VUU - C. Clark safety … 2:31 4th qtr.

GWU - K. Little 9 yd run (Austin kick) … 00:51 1st qtr. GWU - C. Browning 1 yd run (Austin kick) … 9:16 2nd qtr. VSU - Rudd 25 yd FG … 4:33 2nd qtr. VSU - T. Paulk 13 yd pass from J. Battle (Rudd kick) … 7:19 3rd qtr. VSU - Rudd 26 yd FG… 00:50 3rd qtr. GWU - Austin 26 yd FG … 12:57 4th qtr. GWU - K. Little 72 yd run ( Austin kick) … 10:06 4th qtr. GWU - C. Browning 1 yd run (Austin kick)… 7:04 4th qtr. GWU - Austin 18 yd FG… 2:05 4th qtr.

TEAM STATISTICS

TEAM STATISTICS

VIRGINIA STATE First Downs 12 Rush Attempts/Net Rushing yards 46-109 Passing C/A/I 7-9-0 Net Passing yards 88 Offensive Plays 55 Total Offense 197 Fumbles/Lost 0-0 Penalties/Yards 9-80 Punts/Average 2/14.5 Third –Down Conversions 8 of 13 Time of Possession 31:18

VIRGINIA UNION 18 39-95 13-23-3 143 62 238 1-1 7-59 2/15.0 3 of 12 28:42

RUSHING (ATT-YARDS-TD) Virginia State - Lyde 26-92-2, Frazier 5-22, Hawks 8-17), Clark 2-0, Battle 1-(2), White 4-(-20) Virginia Union - Malone 19-57-1, Washington 11-35, Smith 3-13, Shepard 17, Winston 1-(-2), Hickman 4-(-15) PASSING (COMP-ATT-YARDS-TD) Virginia State - Battle 7-8-88-2 Virginia Union - Hickman 13-23-143-1 RECEIVING (REC-YARDS-TD) Virginia State - Futch 4-47-1, T. Lewis 2-28-1, Anderson 1-13 Virginia Union - Wintson 5-17, Whitaker 3-39, Harmon 2-31, Mack 1-44, Lago 1-8, Shepard 1-4 TACKLES Virginia State - Pruitt 14, Johnson 9, Carr 6

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STATE First Downs Rush Attempts/Net Rushing yards Passing C/A/I Net Passing yards Offensive Plays Total Offense Fumbles/Lost Penalties/Yards Punts/Average Third –Down Conversions Time of Possession

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21 50-296 13-21-0 147 71 443 1-0 5-35 5/42.0 4 of 16 34:14

16 17-(-25) 25-48-3 282 65 257 3-0 7-62 6/39.0 5 of 14 25:46

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RUSHING (ATT-YARDS-TD) Virginia State –Frazier 1-2, Hawks 1-1, Team 1-0, Lyde 10-(-3), Battle 4-(-25) Gardner-Webb - Littel 15-153-2, Rhodes 16-114, Clark 4-20, Hubbard 4-18, Jones 2-4, Browning 5-1-2, Beatty 2-(-3), Team 2-(-11) PASSING (COMP-ATT-YARDS-TD) Virginia State - Battle 25-48-282-1 Gardner-Webb - Browning 11-18-116-0 RECEIVING (REC-YARDS-TD) Virginia State - Paulk 7-44-1, Anderson 6-85, Young 6-78, Futch 3-39, T. Lewis 3-36 Gardner-Webb - Leslie 5-72, Rhodes 3-19, Schley 2-22, Perry 2-15, Pual 1-19 TACKLES Virginia State - Pruitt 14, Jones 7, Spencer 6

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2010 Virginia State University 2012 Football ALL-TIME Football LEADERSTROJAN ALL-CIAA SELCTIONS 2011: LB Jeremy Pruitt, PK/P William Rudd, OL Francisco Clifford, OL Michael Griffin 2010: K Justin Parker, OT Markus Copeland, DB Ian White, P William Rudd, DL Isiah Townsend, DB Alfred Ngauja, RB Kenay Hawks, LB Timothy Durant 2009: OT Markus Copeland, DL Brandon Fortune 2008: RB Taron Hampton, PK Justin Parker, DL Brandon Fortune, LB Isaac Mtichell 2007: WR Davian Richards 2005: OL Jermaine LaFate, KR PJ Berry, DB Peirre Lee 2003: QB Kevin Jones 2002: OL Coy Brown, QB Kevin Jones, DL Dwayne Wilson, DB Sean Wade, C Bish-Lar Penson 2000: TE Jerwade Lloyd, R Damon Thompson, PK Dewayne Wilson, DL Lamar Craft 1999: G Chaun Cooke, WR Damon Thompson, PR Damon Thompson 1998: QB Antonio Hawkins, WR Desmond Thornton, WR Damon Thompson, PR Damon Thompson, P Isaac Johnson 1997: WR Javelle Tillman, WR Desmond Thornton, T Glen Berkley, DB Telley Priester, DL Herb Howard 1996: WR Tony Lanier, PR Samuel Harrel, K Jermiah Sullivan, DB Telley Priester, DL Herbert Howard 1995: RB Robert Morgan, G Virgil Moore, DB Telley Priester, DL Kelvin Kinney 1994: DE Silas Demary 1993: OL Darrell Jackson, WR Derrick Miller, QB Gregory Clarke, DE James Watkins 1992: WR Remus James, LB Andre Brickhouse 1991: OL James Brown, PR Gary Martin 1990: OL James Brown, PR Gary Martin 1989: KR James Harrison, DL Walter Files, DL Brian Nunn, DB Edward Goode 1988: C Deandrea Neal, OL Darryl Brown, QB Rudy Elliot, RB Clifton Cooper, DL Walter Files, DL Brian Nunn, DB Anthony Burfoot, DB Bobby Sheperd, P Wilton Anderson 1987: WR Michael Davis, OL Darryl Brown, RB Daniel Boynton, DL Walter Files, DL Brian Nunn, 1986: RB Von Allen, DB Virnest Beale, PB Daniel Boynton 1985: DL Rudy Goodwine 1984: LB John Green, DB Mark Robinson 1983: Dl James Ward, DB Mark Robinson 1981: P Brad Johnson 1979: C Carter Burnette, DB Layard Banks 1978: C Charles Miles, LB Marshall Jones 1977: T Herbert Hines, G Julius Sims, RET Rufus Crawford, DT Chris Moore, LB Curtis Pleasants 1976: T Herbert hines, RB Rufus Crawford, DT Curtis Pleasants 1975: C Glenn Seasoms, De Linwood Robinson, 1974: DT Joseph Pearson 1973: E Walter Dunn, DT Joseph Pearson 1972: E William Chambers, T Robert Caul, SP Robert Chavis, DT Harold Hathaway, DE Michael Hayes, DB Ronald Harris 1971: TE Ronald Bullock, T Myron Mayers, SE William Chambers, QB Joe Winslow, DE William Harper, DT Ronald Davis, LB Thomas Overton, B Roddrick Jackson, B David Brooks 1970: DT Larry Brooks 1969: DT James Mitchell 1968: DT James Mitchell, 1967: C Dewey Helms, DT James Mitchell 1966: E Harry Sharper 1964: QB Edward Golder 1963: E Joseph Watkins 1961: C Robert McNeill 1960: QB Dewayne Jeter 1958: HB George Moody 1954: T Norman Day, C John Nash, QB Clinton Freeman 1953: G Charles Williams, QB Clinton Freeman 1952: F Floyd Keene, B Leo Miles, DT Sidney Carter, B Steve Ellerbe, B Wilbur Wilson 1951: F Floyd Keene, B Leo Miles 1947: E Walter Hurley, T Benjamin Whaley, B John Jones 1946: E Walter Hurley, T Benjamin Whaley 1945: E Francis jolly, G David Battle, B John Jones, B Charles Price 1944: G General Perry, T Benjamin Whaley, E Morris Taylor, B Leroy Porter 1943: G David battle, T Melvin Ferebee 1942: G Charles Williams, E Walter Hurley 1941: T Oscar Carter 1940: T Donald Harris 1939: E James Brewer, G Lawrence Bartee 1938: E James Brewer, G James Nelson, C George Lamb, E John Brewer, HB Henry Briscoe 1937: E James Brewer, G Claiborne Craddock, G Richard Dixon, HB Henry Briscoe 1936: G Claiborne Craddock, G Richard Dixon, HB Henry Briscoe 1935: G Claiborne Craddock 1932: E Theodore Boyd, C Roscoe Lewis, FB Earl Bounds 1931: E Cabell Scott, C Roscoe Lewis, QB L.M. Johnson, HB Red Dabney 1930: LG Basil Oliver, C Roscoe Lewis, QB L.M. Johnson, FB Earl Bounds 1929: RG basil Oliver, RT Albert Lee, QB L.M. Johnson, B Samuel Royall, FB Earl Bounds 1928: LE Milton Fowler, RT James Shelton, RE Richard Pegram, RH Red Dabney 1927: LE Milton Fowler, RT Tanner Slaughter 1926: RT Samuel Polk, FB Governor Brown 1925: RG Tanner Slaughter, Samuel Polk, RE Herbert Hoyle, QB Melvin Whedbee, FB Governor Brown 1924: QB Melvin Whedbee

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2012 Virginia State University Football Career Rushing Leaders—Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

George Leonard Robert Morgan Von Allen Clifton Cooper Antwain Lyde David Patterson George Moody Rufus Crawford Nick Fleming Danny Boynton

1976-79 1993-96 1983-86 1987-90 2009-11 1989-92 1956-58 1975-77 2006-08 1986-87

3,575 3,351 2,335 2,186 1,859 1,663 1,618 1,502 1,477 1,463

Single-Season Rushing Leaders—Yards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Taron Hampton Von Allen George Leonard George Leonard Robert Morgan Danny Boynton Robert Morgan George Leonard Rufus Crawford Travis Valentine

2008 1986 1977 1978 1994 1987 1995 1979 1976 2007

1,076 1,020 1,003 982 926 910 886 869 835 803

Career Rushing Leaders—Touchdowns 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Robert Morgan George Leonard David Patterson Von Allen Antwain Lyde Bernard Comer Danny Boynton Nick Fleming Samuel Harrell Rahoo Walker

1993-96 1976-79 1989-92 1983-86 2009-11 1998-02 1986-87 2006-08 1994-96 2009-10

41 33 20 20 16 15 14 14 14 13

Single-Season Rushing Leaders—Touchdowns 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Robert Morgan Robert Morgan George Leonard George Leonard Von Allen David Patterson Danny Boynton David Patterson Taron Hampton Rahoo Walker

1995 1994 1977 1978 1986 1990 1987 1991 2008 2009

18 14 12 12 10 10 9 9 7 7

Year-By-year Rushing Leaders Year 1948 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1965 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1983

Name Rush John James 42 Nathan Smith 72 George Moody 70 George Moody 130 George Moody 62 Sidney Swam 73 Sidney Swam 93 Ernest Turner 99 Milton Brown 28 Melvin Swann 48 Silas Musgrove 110 Mike Jacobs 101 Murrey Wood 83 Leroy Jones 152 Murrey Wood 104 Stewart Orange 52 Charles McDonald 129 Rufus Crawford 176 George Leonard 178 George Leonard 214 George Leonard 184 Keith Price 123 Bernie Jackson 108 Von Allen 157

Yds. 186 237 397 747 474 554 442 380 260 148 415 437 335 559 328 207 453 835 1003 982 869 491 398 537

TD — — — — — — — — — — — — 3 3 2 2 4 3 12 12 3 2 3 4

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TROJAN ALL-TIME RUSHING RECORDS Year 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Name Reginald Warfield Von Allen Von Allen Dan Boynton Clifton Cooper James Harrison Clifton Cooper David Patterson

Rush 97 91 174 168 97 133 127 141 Demetrius Simpson 82 Robert Morgan 102 Robert Morgan 205 Robert Morgan 219 Robert Morgan 160 Corey Cotman 129 Bernard Comer 54 Rashad Cook 76 Daniel Jenkins 70 Bernard Comer 63 Bernard Comer 152 Dennis Jones 73 Nick Fleming 145 Nick Fleming 125 Travis Valentine 92 Travis Valentine 121 Taron Hampton 188 Antwain Lyde 163 Antwain Lyde 130 Antwain Lyde 148

Yds. 332 455 1020 910 718 657 674 603 345 537 926 886 743 649 324 259 441 423 605 524 605 550 469 803 1076 666 684 571

TD 2 5 10 9 3 5 6 9 2 4 14 18 5 5 1 3 6 6 6 3 5 5 2 2 7 4 6 6

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TROJAN ALL-TIME PASSING RECORDS

Career Passing Leaders—Passing Yards

Year-By-Year Passing Leaders

1. Antonio Hawkins 2. Gregory Clark 3. Kevin Jones 4. Rodney Grainger 5. Michael Terry 6. Jarred Battle 7. Rudy Elliott 8. DeWayne Jeter 9. Leonard Johnson 10. Maurice Banks

Year 1948 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

1997-2000 1988-1993 2000-2003 1993-1996 2003-2007 2009-PRESENT 1986-1988 1957-1960 2008-2009 1975-1978

9,217 6,825 5,572 5,272 3,725 3,525 3,214 2,510 2.295 1,754

Single-Season Leaders—Passing Yards 1. Gregory Clark 2. Antonio Hawkins 3. Antonio Hawkins 4. Antonio Hawkins 5. Rodney Grainger 6. Kevin Jones 7. Kevin Jones 8. Gregory Clark 9. Jarred Battle 10. Rodney Grainger

1993 2000 1999 1998 1995 2003 2002 1990 2011 1994

3,437 2,613 2,580 2,474 2,300 2,222 1,884 1,805 1,744 1,693

Career Leaders—Pass Completions 1. Antonio Hawkins 2. Gregory Clark 3. Kevin Jones 4. Rodney Grainger 5. Jarred Battle 6. Michael Terry 7. Leonard Johnson 8. Rudy Elliot 9. DeWayne Jeter 10. Lawrence Sugg

1993-96 1990-93 2000-09 1993-96 2009-PRESENT 2004-07 2008-09 1986-88 2006-08 1966-69

651 462 418 309 302 290 210 197 159 138

Single-Season Leaders—Pass Completions 1. Gregory Clark 2. Antonio Hawkins 3. Antonio Hawkins 4. Antonio Hawkins 5. Rodney Grainger 6. Jarred Battle 7. Kevin Jones 8. Rodney Grainger 9. Kevin Jones 10. Kevin Jones

1993 1998 2000 1999 1995 2011 2003 1994 2002 2001

227 206 179 167 161 159 155 148 132 129

Career Leaders—Touchdown Passes 1. Antonio Hawkins 2. Gregory Clark 3. Michael Terry 4. Kevin Jones 5. Rodney Grainger 6. Rudy Elliot 7. Jarred Battle 8. DeWayne Jeter 9. Leonard Johnson 10. Joe Winslow Lamar Blizzard

1993-96 1990-93 2004-07 2000-09 1993-96 1986-88 2009-PRESENT 2006-08 2008-09 1969-71 2004-07

68 56 38 37 29 19 19 18 16 14 14

Single-Season Leaders— Touchdown Passes 1. Gregory Clark 2. Rodney Grainger 3. Kevin Jones 4. Antonio Hawkins 5. Antonio Hawkins 6. Antonio Hawkins 7. Antonio Hawkins 8. Michael Terry 9. Kevin Jones 10. Gregory Clark Michael Terry Michael Terry

1993 1995 2003 1998 1999 1997 2000 2007 2002 1990 2004 2005

38 20 19 18 17 17 16 13 12 11 11 11

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Name John James Calvin Marritt James Hoefer Dewayne Jeter Dewayne Jeter Dewayne Jeter Dewayne Jeter Harry Johnson Kenny Moore Edward Golder Edward Golder Lawrence Sugg Lawrence Sugg Joseph Crittendon Lawrence Sugg Joe Winslow Joe Winslow Cecil Collier Russell Seaton William Bradley Maurice Banks Maurice Banks Maurice Banks Tony Colden Alvin Hampton Allen Butler Alvin Hampton Allen Butler Sam Taylor Sam Taylor Rudy Elliot Rudy Elliot Rudy Elliot Terrell Smith Gregory Clark Gregory Clark LaRome Kenney Gregory Clark Rodney Grainger Rodney Grainger Damon McNair Antonio Hawkins Antonio Hawkins Antonio Hawkins Antonio Hawkins Kevin Jones Kevin Jones Kevin Jones Michael Terry Michael Terry Thomas Boyd Michael Terry Leonard Johnson Leonard Johnson Jarred Battle Jarred Battle

Comp 7 17 29 36 48 37 38 13 21 47 48 39 39 40 43 20 44 55 64 71 60 32 35 40 25 54 31 56 77 81 54 70 73 35 113 122 106 227 148 161 66 99 206 167 179 129 132 155 86 71 26 109 126 84 125 159

Att. 21 71 82 83 117 115 115 41 54 98 111 89 100 96 132 43 197 131 157 197 157 94 89 124 78 133 83 141 172 191 103 157 154 83 253 263 244 380 299 312 138 198 380 314 320 292 249 307 203 151 52 230 217 129 233 284

Yds 108 221 519 487 822 624 577 179 304 543 688 466 482 708 574 485 866 894 864 806 788 503 463 322 325 747 488 754 1120 1081 818 1279 1117 459 1805 1556 1367 3437 1693 2300 763 1550 2474 2580 2613 1368 1884 2222 1217 979 285 1278 1315 950 1583 1744

TD 2 3 4 4 4 7 3 1 1 3 6 2 1 5 4 6 6 9 6 2 5 3 2 9 4 4 1 4 4 6 5 6 8 1 11 7 10 38 9 20 6 17 18 17 16 6 12 19 11 11 3 13 8 8 10 8

2012 Virginia State University Football Career Leaders—Receiving Yards 1. Damon Thompson 2. Remus James 3. Floyd Lamer 4. Eric Plant 5. Jerome Jeter 6. Desmond Thornton 7. Gary Martin 8. Brian Berry 9. Michael Davis 10. Donald Wheeler

1997-00 1991-93 1994-96 2000-03 2003-07 1996-98 1988-94 2007-10 1985-87 1993-94

Year-By-Year Receiving Leaders 4,387 2,466 1,982 1,949 1,852 1,728 1,705 1,656 1,361 1,308

Single-Season Leaders— Receiving Yards 1. Damon Thompson 2. Damon Thompson 3. Remus James 4. Damon Thompson 5. Floyd Lamer 6. Jovelle Tillman 7. Derrick Miller 8. Donald Wheeler 9. Desmond Thornton 10. Gary Martin

1999 1998 1991 2000 1995 1997 1993 1993 1998 1990

1,517 1,330 1,190 1,103 914 880 872 858 825 808

Career Leaders—Receptions 1. Damon Thompson 2. Desmond Thorton 3. Remus James 4. Brian Berry 5. Floyd Lamer 6. Eric Plant 7. Jerome Jeter 8. Jerwade Lloyd Derrick Miller 10. Gary Martin

1997-00 1996-98 1991-93 2007-10 1994-96 2000-03 2003-07 1997-00 1992-93 1988-94

268 226 159 143 142 121 113 103 103 97

Single-Season Leaders— Receptions 1. Damon Thompson 2. Damon Thompson 3. Desmond Thornton 4. Brian Berry 5. Remus James 6. Damon Thompson 7. Floyd Lamer 8. Floyd Lamer 9. Remus James 10. Derrick Miller

1999 1998 1998 2008 1991 2000 1996 1995 1992 1993

90 88 79 71 69 65 58 56 55 53

Career Leaders—Touchdown Receptions 1. Damon Thompson 2. Remus James 3. Jovelle Tillman William Chambers 5. Davian Richards Floyd Lamer 7. Jerome Jeter 8. Jerwade Lloyd 9. Derrick Miller Donald Wheeler Eric Plant

1997-00 1991-93 1995-97 1970-72 2006-08 1994-96 2003-07 1997-00 1992-93 1993-94 2000-03

37 21 17 17 16 16 15 14 10 10 10

Single-Season Leaders— Touchdown Receptions 1. Damon Thompson 2. Jovelle Tillman 3. Damon Thompson 4. Derrick Miller 5. Remus James 6. Damon Thompson 7. Floyd Lamer 8. Davian Richards 9. William Chambers 10. Donald Wheeler

1998 1997 1999 1993 1993 2000 1995 2007 1972 1993

TROJAN ALL-TIME RECEIVING RECORDS

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Year 1948 1960 1961 1962 1963 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Name Rec. Francis Jolly 11 Sam Parham 11 Wilmer Parham 11 Joseph Watkins 4 Joseph Watkins 18 Harry Sharper 33 Harry Sharper 16 Garwin DeBerry 18 Ronald Bullock 17 Ronald Bullock 25 William Chambers 17 William Chambers 23 William Chambers 23 James Dugger 37 Kenneth Randolph 12 Walter Dunn 19 Ronald Robinson 32 Joe McDaniel 13 Joe McDaniel 15 Elton Pierce 11 Jerry Johnson 17 Elton Pierce 16 Jerry Johnson 26 Rolando Graham 18 Kim Pride 20 Kim Pride 31 Michael Davis 30 Von Allen 32 Gary Martin 17 Gary Martin 17 Gary Martin 43 Remus James 69 Remus James 55 Donald Wheeler 50 Donald Wheeler 38 Floyd Lamar 56 Floyd Lamar 58 Jovelle Tillman 51 Damon Thompson 88 Damon Thompson 90 Jerwade Lloyd 37 Eric Plant 29 Eric Plant 34 Eric Plant 38 PJ Berry 40 Antwun Williams 26 Davian Richards 51 Antoine Morton 16 Davian Richards 18 Corey Young 21 Brian Berry 37

Yds. 160 218 137 116 241 524 312 241 261 318 379 541 489 581 216 402 450 248 190 307 306 363 414 247 358 576 603 769 298 298 808 1190 698 858 450 914 770 880 1330 1517 575 387 604 730 568 439 575 790 210 349 503

TD 1 — — 1 1 5 1 — 1 1 6 3 8 5 1 3 1 2 — 2 2 2 — 1 — 2 4 2 2 — 5 6 5 7 3 9 6 12 13 10 2 1 3 6 7 1 6 2 2 2 2

2012 Virginia State University Football Career Leaders—Punt Return Yards 1. Damon Thompson 2. Rufus Crawford 3. Gary Martin 4. Derrick Miller 5. P.J. Berry 6. John Allen 7. Daniel Boyton 8. Darren Thornton 9. Kent Brown 10. Sean Smith

1997-2000 1988-1993 1987-1990 1991-1993 2003-2005 1970-1971 1986-1987 1992-1995 1982-1984 2009-PRESENT

Career Leaders—Kickoff Return Yards 1,153 636 579 562 505 466 405 343 228 185

1. Damon Thompson 2. Rufus Crawford 3. Daniel Boyton 4. P.J. Berry 5. Samuel Harrell 6. Remus James 7. Brian Berry 8. Devon Wiggins 9. Dion Futch 10. Anthony Whitaker

Single-Season Leaders— Punt Return Yards 1. Damon Thompson 2. Gary Martin 3. Murray Wood 4. Damon Thompson 5. Derrick Miller 6. John Allen 7. Damon Thompson 8. Derrick Miller 9. Rufus Crawford 10. Eric Banks

1999 1990 1972 2000 1992 1970 2000 1993 1975 1979

Name John Allen John Allen Murray Wood Leroy Jones Rufus Crawford Rufus Crawford Rufus Crawford Rufus Crawford Anthony Whitaker Eric Banks — Anthony Whitaker Kent Brown Kent Brown Kent Brown Daniel Boyton Daniel Boyton — Gary Martin Gary Martin Gary Martin A.J. Cook Derrick Miller Derrick Miller Darren Thornton Darren Thornton Samuel Harrell Damon Thompson Damon Thompson Damon Thompson Damon Thompson Daniel Jenkins Omar Philmore P.J. Berry P.J. Berry P.J. Berry Devon Wiggins Devon Wiggins Brian Berry Brian Berry Sean Smith Sean Smith

No 32 31 9 6 15 22 9 17 12 16 — 18 10 19 7 18 12 — 19 14 22 10 22 31 19 14 23 19 20 30 25 7 10 7 25 13 11 6 8 7 3 10

Yds. 285 181 300 15 109 251 135 141 85 237 —114 71 131 144 195 210 —166 111 302 49 290 272 187 156 196 178 292 410 273 47 32 187 163 155 69 51 38 62 98 91

1997-2000 1988-1993 1986-1987 2003-2007 2003-2007 1990-1994 2007-2011 2006-2007 2010-PRESENT 1977-19779

2,143 1,312 1,197 1,079 842 634 632 629 440 281

Single-Season Leaders— Kickoff Return Yards

410 302 300 292 290 285 273 272 251 237

1. Damon Thompson 2. Rufus Crawford 3. Rufus Crawford 4. Damon Thompson 5. Rufus Crawford 6. Samuel Harrell 7. P.J. Berry 8. Damon Thompson 9. Daniel Boyton 10. Devon Wiggins

Year-By-Year Punt Return Leaders Year 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

TROJAN ALL-TIME RETURN RECORDS

Avg. 8.9 5.9 30.0 2.5 7.1 11.4 15.0 8.3 7.1 14.8 —— 6.3 7.1 6.8 20.6 10.8 17.5 —— 8.7 7.9 13.7 4.9 13.2 8.8 9.8 11.1 8.5 9.4 14.6 13.7 10.9 6.7 3.2 26.7 6.5 11.9 6.2 8.5 4.8 8.9 32.6 9.1

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1998 1975 1974 2000 1976 1994 2005 1999 1987 2006

770 692 646 563 556 530 516 465 446 432

Year-By-Year Kickoff Return Leaders Year 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Name John Allen — Walter Dunn Robert Jones Rufus Crawford Rufus Crawford Rufus Crawford Rufus Crawford Anthony Whitaker James Scott — — Daniel Boyton Von Allen Andre Monroe Daniel Boyton Daniel Boyton Daniel Boyton — James Harrison Gary Martin Remus James Remus James Derrick Miller Sanuel Harrell Vern Presto Samuel Harrell Damon Thompson Damon Thompson Damon Thompson Damon Thompson Jabari Clark Bernard Comer P.J. Berry P.J. Berry P.J. Berry Devon Wiggins Devon Wiggins Brian Berry Brian Berry Dion Futch Dion Futch

No 6 — 11 8 23 29 25 18 9 7 — — 17 12 6 11 15 19 — 11 16 15 17 15 29 9 18 19 36 22 31 26 8 11 14 15 19 12 14 9 11 13

Yds. 103 — 150 194 646 692 556 403 281 112 ——278 270 150 243 230 446 —320 346 273 361 208 530 126 312 345 770 465 563 467 128 227 336 516 432 197 384 248 184 256

Avg. 12.1 —— 13.6 24.2 28.0 23.9 23.2 22.4 31.2 16.0 —— —— 16.3 22.5 25.0 22.5 15.3 23.5 —— 29.1 21.6 18.2 21.2 13.9 18.3 14 17.3 18.1 21.4 21.1 18.2 18.0 16.0 20.1 24.0 34.4 22.7 16.4 27.4 27.5 16.7 19.7

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VSU’S COACHES BY TENURE

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Student Coaches William Roberts & James Phillips Walker J. Bacon Gideon Smith Thomas Puryear Louis L. Watson Sam B. Taylor Otis E. Fin H.D. Martin T.D. Cook Harry R. Jefferson Sylvester R. “Sal” Hall William W. Lawson Walter Lovett William “Pete” Bennett John D. Marshall Tom Morris Al Tabor Claud Flythe* George Moody Lou Anderson

1902 1903-1915 1916-1917 1919 1920 1921-1923 1924 1925-1926 1927-1932 1933 1934-1948 1949-1953 1954-1969 1970-1972 1973 1974-1976 1977-1979 1980 1980 1981-1990 1990-2001

1 42 5 3 3 10 3 9 42 3 95 16 69 23 5 9 18 1 2 49 65

0 5 2 1 3 9 3 4 9 7 26 15 60 6 5 22 13 8 0 50 44

1 2 3 1 1 1 1 4 3 0 14 2 8 1 0 0 2 0 0 3 0

.750 .878 .500 .700 .500 .525 .500 .647 .806 .300 .758 .628 .504 .783 .500 .290 .576 .111 1.000 .500 .596

Andrew Faison

2002-Present

54

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TOTAL SINCE 1902 *Interim Head Coach

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Looking for a university where the faculty and staff work together to build a better world? Look no further than Virginia State University. A 2011 student population of over 5,600 enjoys personal attention by the faculty and staff not typically found at larger institutions. Since 2008, U.S. News & World Report has twice acknowledged VSU’s excellence by naming the University the top, public, master’s level HBCU in America. Virginia State University was founded in 1882 as the Virginia Normal and Collegiate Institute, making it the first fully state supported, four-year institution of higher learning for Blacks in America. Today, Virginia State University is one of Virginia’s two land-grant institutions. The campus sits atop a rolling landscape overlooking the Appomattox River in the Chesterfield County village of Ettrick. It is accessible by Interstates 95 and 85, which intersect in adjacent Petersburg, as well as U.S. Routes 1, 301 and 460. The University is centrally located about two hours away from Washington, DC to the north, the North Carolina Triangle area to the south, the Blue Ridge Mountains to the west and the Atlantic Ocean to the east. VSU students live and learn on a 236-acre main campus, with more than 50 buildings, including 16 dormitories and 17 classroom buildings, and a 416-acre agricultural research facility. Led by its13th President, Dr. Keith T. Miller, the University boasts healthy fiscal management and growth, with a 2010-11 operating budget of over $150 million. The University’s academic programs include the “Bridges to Baccalaureate” program for students transferring from two-year colleges who want to major in the sciences, the Honda Campus All-Star Challenge and the Ronald E. McNair Scholars Program for students planning to pursue doctoral degrees in their chosen field of study. Honors scholarships are also available to entering freshmen, including the Presidential and Provost Scholarships. In 2006, VSU inaugurated the Low Income Families With Talented Students (LIFTS) financial aid program, the first of its kind among HBCUs. LIFTS promises to meet 100 percent of a qualifying student’s financial need by providing 75 percent of a student’s need through scholarships and grants and limiting debt through student loans to 25 percent of VSU’s in-state cost of attendance over four years, regardless of state residency. Admissions and academic information is available at the University’s Web site, www.vsu.edu or by calling (800) 871-7611. Virginia State University offers 52 baccalaureate and master’s degree programs and a Certificate of Advanced Study within five schools: The School of Agriculture; The School of Business; The School of Engineering, Science and Technology; The School of Liberal Arts and Education; and The School of Graduate Studies, Research and Outreach. In 2008, Virginia State University began its first Ph.D. program, in Health Psychology, the only program of its type in Virginia. VSU offers a bachelor of individualized studies degree program, a non-traditional baccalaureate program primarily for working adults. Students can pursue the degree on a full-time or part-time basis. Through a challenging academic program, diverse student organizations and exciting extracurricular activities, Virginia State University encourages students to build a better world.

About Ettrick, VA In 1765, Neil Buchanan, a merchant from Scotland, established himself on a tract of land naming his plantation Ettrick Banks after Ettrick in County Selkirk in Scotland. Mr. Buchanan served on the first Committee of Safety for Chesterfield County during the American Revolution and in 1792 he was appointed a trustee by the great Commonwealth of Virginia to oversea the extension of navigation on the Appomattox River. The Buchanans added more land and by 1795 their farm had grown to 529 acres. Ettrick Banks was a tobacco plantation. Through their association with a Scottish trading concern, the Buchan-

ans lived a good life. After Neil Buchanan’s death One of the longstanding landmarks is Campbell's in 1797, the property was subdivided and sold. Bridge, first built around 1810, which has been reconstructed several times but retains its name From the Appomattox Indians to mill workers to and status as the only direct thoroughfare from college students, Ettrick has hosted vastly differ- the village into Petersburg. ent populations during the past 400 years. On April 2-3,1865 the most famous event to be The area has seen its share of historical events seen by the residents of this small mill village was through the years, including the journeys of Cap- the passing of the main bodies of two great artain Christopher Newport, prosperous cotton mies down the main road of Ettrick after crossing mills, a large Confederate hospital, and Virginia's Campbell’s Bridge from Petersburg under the first state supported black collage, founded in orders of Robert E. Lee. This was of course the 1882 as Virginia Normal and Collegiate Institute, march to Appomattox Court House. now Virginia State University.

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SEPTEMBER Saturday, September 1

Norfolk State University

6:00p.m.

(VIRGINIA LOTTERY LABOR DAY CLASSIC)

Saturday, September 8

West Liberty State University

1:30p.m.

(TAKE A KID TO THE GAME DAY)

Saturday, September 15

Benedict College

4:00p.m.

(PALMETTO CAPITAL CITY CLASSIC)

Saturday, September 22

Johnson C. Smith University*

2:00p.m.

Saturday, September 29

Shaw University*

6:00p.m.

(FACULTY & STAFF APPRECIATION DAY)

OCTOBER Saturday, October 6

Elizabeth City State University*

1:00p.m.

(TELEVISED GAME/MILITARY APPRECIATION DAY/THINK PINK)

Saturday, October 13

Bowie State University*

1:00p.m.

Saturday, October 20

Lincoln University *

1:30p.m.

(HOMECOMING)

Saturday, October 27

Chowan University*

1:30p.m.

(WARM HANDS, WARM HEARTS GAME)

NOVEMBER Saturday, November 3

Virginia Union University*

HOME GAMES LISTED IN BOLD *CIAA Conference Game

1:00p.m.

T 74

C 29

L 99

JALAL GEE

Perry Sutton

RASHAD VESPREY

OT - Richmond, VA

CB - Rock Hill, SC

DL - Brooklyn, NY

W 13

87 T

T72

JAMAL GOURDINE

EDWARD MOON

LB - Virginia Beach, VA

TE - Annapolis, MD

D 91

T15

KYLE CATTERTON

MALIK WHITE

OT - Waldorf, MD

QB - Bear, DE

L 44

L 53

RONTRELLE KNOCKETT

ALANDUS BEGGS

THOMAS SYKES

DL - Fort Barnwell, NC

LB - Hampton, VA

LB - Newport News, VA


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