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Benedictine College 2011-12 Athletic Department Directory

FAX: (913) 360-7799 (football) 367- 2564 (athletics) 360-7451 (SID)

Department Website: www.ravenathletics.com

Table of Contents

3-4 ... Benedictine College 6-8 ... Coaching Staff 9-12 ... Program History 13-16 ... Football Facilities 17-31 ... Player Profiles 33-48 ... Raven Supporters 49-56 ... Raven Records 57 ... All-Time Versus 58-61 ... Year-by-Year Results

Media Contacts

Atchison Daily Globe Logan Jackson, sports editor 913-367-0583 KAIR (93.7 FM) Tom Kautz 913-367-1470 KQTV - St. Joseph, Mo. Lance Snow, sports director 816-364-2222 St. Joseph News-Press Ross Martin, sports editor 816-271-8577 Kansas City Star Chris Fickett, college sports editor 816-234-4354 www.ravenathletics.com Josh Pound, SID 913-360-7634

2011 Raven Football Staff

Larry Wilcox Charlie Gartenmayer Dennis Murphy George Papageorgiou Jon Stammers Larry Harless Mike Kersley Fran Johnson Nic Stillwell Mike Kelly Will Finley

Head Coach Defensive Coordinator/ Secondary Wide Receivers Asst. Head Coach/Offensive Line Strength & Conditioning/ Def. Line Inside Linebackers Special Teams/Outside Linebackers Quarterbacks/Offensive Coordinator Runningbacks Offensive Line Grad. Assistant Coach Running Backs

Joe Arduini Scott Serrico Amanda Stadler Monica McDonald Mary Harrity Tyler Houser Mike Printy Andrew Eckert Keenan Martin Kelsey Martin Eddie Regan

Student Asst. Offensive Line Student Asst. Outside Linebackers Student Manager Student Manager Student Manager Student Manager Student Manager Film Crew Film Crew Film Crew Film Crew

Nick Pilla Scott Strenk Alex Johnson Trent Roberts Luke Hall

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Student Asst. Defensive Line Student Asst. Offensive Line Student Asst. Inside Linebackers Student Asst. Defensive Backs Student Asst. Wide Receivers

2011-2012 Raven Athletic Staff

Athletic Director Asst. Athletic Director Faculty Athletic Rep. Administrative Assistant Sports Information Director Sports Marketing & Promotions Dir. Men’s Soccer Women’s Soccer Volleyball Cross Country Men’s Basketball Assistant Men’s Basketball Women’s Basketball Assistant Women’s Basketball Wrestling Baseball Asst. Baseball/ Intramurals Director Track & Field Softball Dance Cheer Champions Of Character Coordinator Head Trainer Asst. Trainer Asst. Trainer

Charlie Gartenmayer Michael Faucett Dr. Eric Fox-Linton Martha Schuckenbrock Josh Pound Rob Lang Rob Herringer Lincoln Roblee Mary Lile Rex Lane Ryan Moody John Peer Chad Folsom Andi Wilder Cy Wainwrignt Doc Beeman Matt Duval Darin Schimtz Tim Crowley Stephanie Redd Missy Nigus Mary Flynn Patrick Hodapp Jarod Crowley Megan Callahan

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––– Benedictine College ––– Benedictine College was founded in 1858 as St. Benedict’s College in Atchison. In 1863, in the middle of the Civil War, seven Benedictine sisters arrived and founded an academy for young women. They went on to establish Mount St. Scholastica College. In 1971, Benedictine College was born when the Mount and St. Benedict’s merged to form what now has become one of the finest Catholic colleges in America. Today, Benedictine College is experiencing a renaissance. Enrollment is soaring, with new academic programs and facilities attracting large incoming freshman classes and record-setting attendance. At the core of this success are a thriving faith life, strong sense of community, and rigorous academic programs. Combining both new programs and facilities, the Mother Teresa Center for Nursing and Health Education signals the start of the new nursing program at Benedictine College. At the same time, remodeling in Westerman Hall to add a state-of-the-art engineering lab and a unique collaboration with the University of North Dakota, allows Benedictine students to earn degrees in Chemical, Civil, Electrical


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––– Benedictine College ––– and Mechanical Engineering. Benedictine College is still one of the few places students can major in Youth Ministry and the College Ministry program, recognized as one of the most vibrant in the country, continues to expand. In athletics, lights on the soccer field and Field Turf™ on both the football and soccer fields have improved those venues for varsity sports while allowing them to be used for intramurals, summer athletic camps, and club sports. U.S. News & World Report has named Benedictine College as one of America’s best colleges and the school is a bright star in the world of Catholic higher education, having been named one of the top Catholic Colleges in America by First Things magazine and the Newman Guide to Choosing a Catholic College. The School of Business continues to receive international attention with its graduate programs and the Journal of International Business. The Cray Center for Entrepreneurship was recently highlighted nationally for its creative approach to spreading entrepreneurship in the Heartland of America. Benedictine College’s campus in Florence, Italy, continues to grow in popularity, giving students the chance to spend an entire semester studying abroad. In addition to all of that, the Discovery Program continues to provide excellent research opportunities for students who wish to pursue projects outside the standard classroom curriculum. It is truly a great time to be at Benedictine College. Go Ravens!

MAJORS Accounting Art Art Education Astronomy Athletic Training Biochemistry Biology Chemistry Computer Science Criminology Economics Education: Elementary, Secondary & Special Engineering Physics English Finance Foreign Languages French History International Business International Studies Liberal Studies Management Marketing Mass Communications Mathematics Music Music Education Natural Science Nursing Philosophy Physical Education Physics Political Science Psychology Social Science Sociology Spanish Theatre Arts Theatre Arts Management Theology Youth Ministry Also Available in conjunction with the University of North Dakota Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Electrical Engineering Mechanical Engineering

Stephen D. Minnis

President

A St. Joseph, Missouri, native, Minnis graduated from Benedictine College in 1982. He obtained his Juris Doctorate degree from Washburn University in 1985 and Master’s of Business Administration degree in 1993. He went on to work successfully as a corporate lawyer. His wife Amy (Kohake)

Minnis graduated from Benedictine in 1984 and currently teaches in the Education Department at Benedictine College. The couple has three children, Matthew, Michael, and Molly. Minnis began his presidential duties Oct. 1, 2004.

Pre-Professional Dentistry Law Medical Technology Medicine Occupational Therapy Optometry Pharmacy Physical Therapy Graduate Programs Executive Masters in Business Administration (EMBA) Masters in Business Administration (MBA) Master of Arts in School Leadership (MASL)


––– 2011 Ravens Coaching Staff ––– Head Coach Larry Wilcox Since the fall of 1979, the Ravens have been guided by one of its own - head coach Larry Wilcox. During his tenure as head coach, the Ravens have compiled an overall record of 220-123. The season-ending win over Graceland University on Nov. 13 allowed Coach Wilcox to become the winningest four-year collegiate football coach in Kansas history. Coach Wilcox is one of only seven coaches in the history of the NAIA to achieve 200 career wins. With 220 heading into this season, he is only one of three active coaches in the NAIA with more than 200 wins and is fifth on the all-time NAIA wins list. He has been named Heart of America Athletic Conference Coach of the Year four times. The Ravens have earned five HAAC titles and qualified for the NAIA playoffs 11 times, which includes a run of nine straight seasons from 1995-2003. A 1972 graduate of Benedictine College and the Ravens football program, Coach Wilcox began his coaching career at his alma mater when his playing days ended serving as an assistant coach until called on to lead the Ravens. Just seven years after his graduation, Coach Wilcox was named the 13th coach in the history of the St. Benedict’s/ Benedictine College football program and is the program’s all-time win’s leader. Asst. Head Coach/ Offensive Line George Papageorgiou Offensive line coach George Papageorgiou has been with the Raven coaching staff for 12 years. Coach “Pops” will be coaching the offensive line for the sixth year after serving as the Ravens running backs coach. He has been a key recruiter of some of the Ravens top transfer athletes during his tenure as an assistant coach. One such success was running back John Willits, who led the NAIA in rushing during the 2004 season and is currently ranked 10th all-time on the Ravens rushing list. Defensive Coordinator/ Secondary Charlie Gartenmayer Since 1979, defensive coordinator Charlie Gartenmayer has served alongside Coach Wilcox. Four years ago, after retiring from many years of service to the Atchison public school system, Coach Gartenmayer was asked to take over as the school’s Athletic Director. His duties as Athletic Director in addition to his coaching responsibilities allowed him to become a full-time member of the Athletic Department staff. Before taking over as the AD, he was the Assistant Athletic Director for Student-Athlete Support Services after his retirement from USD 409 in the spring of 2007. A former Raven himself, Coach Gartenmayer was a key member of the Ravens 1974 squad that finished the season as the top-ranked defense in the NAIA Div. The 1974 Ravens

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defense surrendered just 164.7 yards per game that season. Along with his many years of dedication to the Raven football program, Coach Gartenmayer was also recognized in 2000 as the top assistant coach in the NAIA, earning the distinguished AFCA-NAIA Assistant Coach of the Year award. Wide Receivers Dennis Murphy Wide Receiver coach Dennis Murphy also began his run with the Ravens in 1979 with Coach Wilcox and Coach Gartenmayer. Coach Murphy became the second Raven assistant to earn the honor of being named an AFCA-NAIA Assistant Coach of the Year in 2008. Coach Murphy has coached several All-America receivers, most recently 2008 AFCA-NAIA AllAmerican Conor Walsh. For many years, Coach Murphy was a key coach in molding the Ravens of the future as he headed up the junior varsity program. Coach Murphy, like Coach Gartenmayer, also wears another hat for Benedictine College. When he’s not leading the Ravens receivers, Coach Murphy teaches in the HPER department at BC and is also one of the school’s five fully certified athletic trainers. Strength & Condition/Defensive Line Jon Stammers After spending 25 years on the Ravens coaching staff, Jon Stammers has also played a key role in the success of the Ravens. In charge of the Ravens strength & conditioning program, Coach Stammers is charged with keeping the Ravens in shape during the season and off-season workouts. After two years of coaching the Ravens outside linebackers, Coach Stammers is now charged with guiding the Raven defensive front as he will coach the defensive ends and nose guards. Those two positions will have a major impact in the success of the 2011 Ravens. Coach Stammers is also an instructor in Benedictine’s HPER department. Special Teams/Outside Linebackers Mike Kersley Coach Mike Kersley has become a true player’s coach while spending the past 17 seasons with the Ravens. Coach Kersley has taken great pride in producing some of the best tight ends and specialists in the HAAC over his time with BC. Under his watch Benedictine has produced some of the top kick returners and punt returners in the Heart of America Athletic Conference. This season, he will put his years of experience into coaching the Raven outside linebackers and will no doubt continue to help the Raven football program succeed.


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––– 2011 Ravens Coaching Staff –––

Inside Linebackers Larry Harless The “Dean” of the Ravens coaching staff, Larry Harless has spent over 40 years coaching football - the past 20 with the Ravens. Coach Harless is a straight-forward thinking football coach and is an example of what it takes to become a successful coach. His enthusiasm for the game of football is contagious to his fellow coaches who are around him on a daily basis. Quarterbacks/ Offensive Coordinator Fran Johnson Fran Johnson starts his fifth year as the quarterbacks coach and his second season as the Ravens offensive coordinator. Coach Johnson was a quarterback for the Ravens from 2001 to 2004 and under his guidance, recent graduating QB Ryan Kelly was able to surpass several records established by Coach Johnson. Before returning to campus full time, Coach Johnson spent several years playing indoor football, wrapping up his career with the Corpus Christi Sharks of the AF2 league.

Runningbacks Nic Stillwell Runningbacks coach Nic Stillwell returns for his fifth year with the Ravens. Coach Stillwell is a business teacher at Atchison High School and resides with his wife, Jodie, in Atchison. He played college football for Baker University from 2001-04 where he was named a NAIA-Daktronics Scholar Athlete. Along with coaching the running backs, Coach Stillwell is also involved in the production of the Raven game film, which the players and staff use each week in preparation for their weekly opponents. Additional Coaching Staff Mike Kelly, Assistant Coach Offensive Line Will Finley, Graduate Assistant Coach Runningbacks Joe Arduini - Student Asst. Offensive Line Nick Pilla - Student Asst. Defensive Line Scott Serrico - Student Asst. Outside Linebackers Alex Johnson - Student Asst. Inside Linebackers Luke Hall - Student Asst. Wide Receivers Trent Roberts - Student Asst. Defensive Backs Scott Strenk - Student Asst. Tight Ends


––– A Lasting Legacy ––– NAIA All-Time Wins 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Frosty Westering (Pacific Lutheran - Wash.) 256-81-7 34 yrs. Hank Biesiot (Dickinson State - N.D.) 251-95-1 35 yrs.* Kevin Donley (St. Francis - Ind.) 246-114-1 32 yrs.* John Gagliardi (Caroll - Mont./St. John’s - Minn.) 222-75-7 35 yrs. Larry Wilcox (Benedictine - Kan.) 220-123 31 yrs.*

NAIA Winningest Active Coaches 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

The Ravens coaching staff is rich in the tradition of Benedictine College football. No other staff of college coaches in the state of Kansas collectively has more wins than Coach Wilcox and his staff. The legacy of head coach Larry Wilcox and his dynamic duo of long-time assistant Charlie Gartenmayer and Dennis Murphy continues into its 32nd season this year. The atmosphere created by the coaching staff is second to none. While each coach may not be a “Raven” they all share the desire to add their knowledge to the Raven football family. Collectively, the Raven football coaching staff doesn’t coach for fame and fortune. They devote themselves to the Raven football program and the legacy of their football family as they each want to see every player succeed in the same small-college atmosphere that made them the men they are today.

Hank Biesiot (Dickinson State - N.D.) 251-95-1 35 yrs. Kevin Donley (St. Francis - Ind.) 246-114-1 32 yrs. Larry Wilcox (Benedictine - Kan.) 220-123 31 yrs. Jim Dennison (Walsh Ohio) 191-125-2 28 yrs. Mike Van Diest (Carroll - Mont.) 144-20-0 12 yrs. * Active Coaches


Raven Football History News & Notes

• St. Benedict’s founded by Benedictine Fathers in 1858 at Doniphan, Kansas. In 1859 the priests and their four students moved the school to its present Atchison location. • Fall of 1897: First football game, unofficial contest between St. Benedict’s and Midland College at a neutral site. • December 20, 1927: Student sponsored contest selects St. Benedict’s athletic mascot as the Raven, which had been known to be the companion of the college’s patron saint.

• First letterman’s club – The “B��� Club established 1927. • First athletic “All State” award winner – football player and 1934 first team center, Joe Casey.

• One of the longest winning streaks for St. Benedict’s football was 15 straight games from 1935-1936.

• Fall of 1938: SBC enters into first conference affiliation when they joined the Central Intercollegiate Conference. • 1940 – St. Benedict’s football program nationally recognized regarding the “academic thoroughness” of SBC. • Fall of 1940: In just its third year in the conference, the SBC Ravens post a 4-0 mark in the CIC to win the conference championship. • Fall of 1956: SBC earns another CIC championship and wins its first bowl game with a 14-13 win over Northeast Oklahoma in the Mineral Water Bowl. • Running back Jerry Muhlman leads all levels of college football in points scored during the 1957 season. Under the direction of head coach Ivan Schottel, Mohlman scores 18 TDs and converted 13 PATs to score 121 points. The Ravens went 7-1 during the season averaging 34.8 points per outing against the likes of Washburn, Pitt State, Emporia State and Fort Hays State. Mohlman averaged 13.4 points per outing. • Fall of 1973: After discontinuing football after the 1962 season, the Ravens return to varsity status with a record of 3-6 under head coach John Baricevic.

• October 13, 1934: St. Benedict’s College took on the University of Kansas in Lawrence. That season, the Ravens fell 34-12 That season, the Ravens went 6-1-1 and averaged 20.5 points per game while the Jayhawks went 3-4-3, surrendering just 4.8 points per game. • First undefeated season- 1936 squad coached by Larry “Moon” Mullins.

Also in 1976, in just its fourth season back after a 10-year absence, the Ravens earned a Boot Hill Bowl Championship (program below) under the guidence of head coach George Tardiff. Current head coach Larry Wilcox and defensive coordinator Charlie Gartemayer were both assistant coaches for the team.

• In 1974, the Benedictine’s defense become the top for NAIA (Division II), giving up a paltry 164.7 yards a game. On that squad, current BC defensive coordinator Charlie Gartenmayer made his mark as a captain and free safety. He finished the season fourth in total tackles while also handling the punt returning duties. That defensive team established over 20 all time records including a minus 27-yard rushing total against Culver-Stockton. • In 1976 Keith Hertling took his place as fifth in the nation for individual scoring with 12 touchdowns.

• In 1976 defensive end Jim Kassly was named “Small College Regional Player of the Week” for his outstanding play versus Friends University. • Fall of 1979: Larry Wilcox takes over as the head coach for his Ravens. • The 1982 season marked the first winning season under Coach Wilcox and the programs return to national recognition with a season-high ninth place ranking. The team finished with a 6-4 record. • In 1985 three Ravens were named to “All-American” teams: Offensive lineman Jeff Pirog, defensive back Derek Faulkner, and running back Jamie Mueller who had a 9.3 yd. average with 161 carries for 1,489 yards. Also that season, the Ravens went 10-0 during the regular season, averaging 46.6 points per game with their closest game coming against Southwest Baptist, 28-26. The team also finished the season ranked No. 2. BC hosted its first playoff game of the modern era in 1985 as well against Northwestern (Iowa).


Raven Football History News & Notes • In 1986 after finishing his Benedictine College career, Jamie Mueller is drafted by the NFL’s Buffalo Bills. Mueller went on to spend four years playing for the Bills. He remains one of the few “small college” players to play in the Super Bowl. • In 1991, the Ravens join the Heart of America Athletic Conference. In just their first year, the Ravens go 7-1 to finish as the league’s co-champion. Since joining the HAAC, the Ravens have helped elivate the league to one of the strongest in the nation with several teams consistently ranked in the NAIA top 25 throughout the season. The Ravens have earned four more HAAC Championships since joining the league, their most recent coming in 2000. • The Ravens Class of 2001 is one of the most highlighted groups of Ravens in the school’s history. As a group, they went 34-7 with their career’s topped off with a berth in the 2001 NAIA Final Four.

Ravens took part in the first-ever Victory Sports Network Senior Classic in Platte City, Mo. The event, sponored by the Victory Sports Network, featured Carlos Cuellar, Eddie Lamb, DJ Howell, Bill Pytel, Matt Jablonski, Siminoe “Nauvi” Lafo, Ben Ali, Mike Steen and Jon Jiminez. All nine Ravens contributed to the American team’s 16-6 win over the National squad. • In the final game of the 2007 season in Fayette, Mo., Ravens head coach Larry Wilcox guides his team to a 20-13 win over Central Methodist to become the fifth coach in the history of the NAIA to earn 200 career wins. The win was celebrated by the graduating Ravens and Coach Wilcox following the win. • Nov. 14, 2007, in honor of his 200th career win with the Ravens, Benedictine President Stephen D. Minnis announces Raven Stadium will officially be renamed Larry Wilcox Stadium. • Former Ravens center Truman Ashby earns his second straight AFCANAIA All-America first team selection. He also wrapped up his career as a Raven by being named the NAIA recipient of the Dave Rimington Award. The Rimington Trophy is awarded to the best center in NCAA Div. I while the Awards are given to all centers NCAA Div. I-A, NCAA Div. II, NAIA and NCAA Div. III • Sept. 13 2008. Raven Stadium officially becomes known as Larry Wilcox Stadium during pregame ceremony of the 2008 season opener.

• Jan. 6. 2007 former Ravens standout runningback Jamie Mueller is inducted into the NAIA Hall of Fame in a ceremony held in San Antonio, Texas. Mueller was joined by Coach Wilcox and a number of his teammates as he was recognized for his contributions to NAIA football. After leaving BC, Mueller went on to play several seasons in the NFL for the Buffalo Bills. •

In the spring of 2007, several former

• Former runningback Don Brown becomes the latest member of the Raven football program to be inducted into the Benedictine College Athletic Hall of Fame on Oct. 18. Brown is the Ravens all-time leading rusher. • Raven wide receiver Conor Walsh becomes the third straight AFCA-NAIA All-American for Benedictine earning a spot on the squad at the conclusion of the 2008 season. • Long-time Raven assistant coach Dennis Murphy becomes the second assistant coach under Coach Wilcox to

be named as the AFCA-NAIA Assistant Coach of the Year for his efforts during the 2008 season. • The Ravens made their eighth international trip in May of 2009, this time traveling to Paris, France. • The Ravens win their final two games of the 2010 season on Nov. 7 against Peru State University and Nov. 14 against Graceland University which moves head coach Larry Wilcox to No. 6 on the NAIA’s All-Time wins list. • Three career offensive records fell during the 2009 season as quarterback Ryan Kelly (Topeka, Kan.) moved to the top of the list in total offensive yards and total passing yards. Current Raven quarterback coach Fran Johnson had previously held both records since wrapping up his career in 2004. Receiver Conor Walsh (St. Louis, Mo.) capped off a outstanding Raven career and pushed himself to the top of the all-time receiving yards list with 2,584 breaking the record previous held by All-Amercan Cory Schrick since 2000. • The 2010 season marked the 40th anniversary of the return of football to Benedictine College under head coach John Baricevic. • In 2010, quarterback Ryan Kelly concluded his Raven career as the programs all-time offensive leader (8,764 yards) and all-time leading passer (606-1,069, 7,661 yards). Wide receiver Chris Langley, an Easton native, tied Raven All-American Conor Walsh for the single-season TD receptions record with 12 and also joined six former Ravens in the record books catching 10 passes in a single game. • With the Ravens season-ending win against Graceland, head coach Larry Wilcox earned his 220th career win and become the all-time winningest fouryear collegiate football coach in the history of the state of Kansas. The win pushed him past college football hall of famer and former Bethany (Kan.) head coach Ted Kessinger into fifth-place on the NAIA’s all-time wins list.


Don Brown (1990-93) 4,490 All-Time Leading Rusher

Jesse Carter (1997-00) 4,138 No. 2 All-Time Rusher

Keith Hertling (1975-78) 3,840 Single-Game Rush Attempts Leader

Steve Torline (1989-92) 2,301 Single-Season TD Leader

Jamie Mueller (1993-86) 4,038 NFL Draft Pick & NAIA Hall of Famer

Josh McAllister (1998-02) 2,744 Single-Season Points Leader

Jesse Thomas (2006-’08, ‘10) 2,134 Three-Time All-HAAC Selection

John Willits (2003-04) 1,623 2004 NAIA Leading Rusher


––– All-Time Coaching Records ––– Coach (Years) Record Larry Wilcox (1979 - Current) 220-123 Matt May (1977 - 1978) 10-10 George Tardiff (1974 - 1976) 15-15 John Baricevic (1970 – 1973) 9-20-1 Ivan Schottel (1953 - 1962) 52-36-2 Leo Deutsch (1950 - 1952) 13-13-1 Robert Walsh (1948 – 1949) 4-14 Marty Peters (1946-’47) 5-11-1 Rev. Michael Carroll (1942) 6-2 Marty Peters (1937 - 1941) 24-13-4 Larry “Moon” Mullins (1932 - 1936) 37-5-2 Robert Schmidt (1928 – 1931) 10-20-3 Larry Quigley (1922 - 1927) 22-20-5 Rev. Malachy Sullivan O.S.B.(1920 – 1921) 8-6 Totals: 435-308-19 Raven Coaches: Rev. Malachy Sullivan O.S.B. 1920 – 1921 Record 8-6 1920 4-2 1921 4-4

Robert Schmidt 1928 – 1931 Record 10-20-3 1928 4-3-1 1929 4-4 1930 1-7-1 1931 1-6-1 Larry “Moon” Mullins 1932 – 1936 Record 37-5-2 1932 6-2 1933 8-1 1934 7-1-1 1935 8-1 1936 8-0 Marty Peters 1937 – 1941 Record 24-13-4 1937 4-3-2 1938 4-2-1 1939 5-2 1940 6-4 1941 5-2-1 Rev. Michael Carroll 1942 Record 6-2 1942 6-2

Marty Peters 1946 – 1947 Record 5-11-1 1946 4-3-1 1947 1-8 Robert Walsh 1948 – 1949 Record 4-14 1948 0-9 1949 4-5 Leo Deutsch 1950 – 1952 Record 13-13-1 1950 4-4-1 1951 4-5 1952 5-4

1st coach Rev. Malachy Sullivan

Larry Quigley 1922 – 1927 Record 22-20-5 1922 4-4-1 1923 4-4 1924 5-2-1 1925 6-0-1 1926 1-6-1 1927 2-4-1

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Ivan Schottel 1953 – 1962 Record 52-36-2 1953 7-2 1954 2-5-1 1955 3-6 1956 7-3 1957 7-1 1958 10-1 1959 7-3 1960 7-1 1961 2-7 1962 0-7-1 John Baricevic 1970 – 1973 Record 9-20-1 1970 1-3-1 1971 2-6 1972 3-5 1973 3-6 George Tardiff 1974 – 1976 Record 15-15 1974 3-6 1975 5-5 1976 7-4

Larry “Moon” Mullins

Matt May 1977 – 1978 Record 10-10 1977 7-4 1978 3-6

Ivan Schottel

Larry Wilcox 1979 – Current Record 220-123 1979 2-8 1990 4-6 1980 3-7 1991 8-3 1981 4-6 1992 11-2 1982 6-4 1993 6-3 1983 6-4 1994 7-3 1984 6-4 1995 9-1 1985 10-1 1996 8-3 1986 7-3 1997 9-2 1987 4-7 1998 9-2 1988 7-3 1999 5-5 1989 6-4 2000 10-1

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

12-2 9-3 9-3 5-6 6-4 8-3 4-7 7-4 6-5 7-4


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––– Amino Center –––

Over the course of the last few year, the Amino Center complex has gone through some major renovations. Prior to the 2007 season, new offices were built by assistant coach Mike Kersley. The old two-room coaches offices were turned into a conference room with three additional office spaces added on. The upgrade to the coaches offices gives each coach his own space and creates a more welcoming environment to visitors and recruits. In 2004, two classrooms were added to give the Ravens large meeting rooms. The classrooms also gave the school two large lecture halls. The facility has housed the coaches offices, the Ravens football locker room and an outstanding weight room since it was initially completed. The upgrades over the past several years have allowed the program to showcase the best aspects of Benedictine College football.


––– Amino Center –––

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Amino Center Weight Room The Raven weight room features “state of the art” Hammer free weight equipment. This equipment allows the Raven staff to fully optimize their groundbased, close kinetic chain philosophy of strength and conditioning. The weight room also includes a complete double set of dumbbells ranging from 3 to 140 pounds; the dumbbells are used extensively in unilateral, stability, and core-strengthening exercises. Other training modalities available include a set of medicine balls and several physio balls for further functional training. Raven athletes are able to use the weight facility at their convenience consisting of two large rooms can be accessed from 6 am to 11 pm seven days a week. Raven football student-athletes are certainly proud of and grateful for such a fine facility.


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––– Amino Center –––

The Amino Center not only houses the Raven weight room and coaching offices but two large meeting rooms. When the meeting rooms are not being utilized by the football program, the double as two lecture halls that also allowed the school to expand its available class space. The hallway located outside of the meeting rooms has become a hall of honor for the program with a large display case and pictures of the Ravens HAAC Defensive and Offensive Players of the Year. Various pictures of the history of the program, including a picture of former Raven and NAIA Hall of Famer Jamie Mueller from his time with the Buffalo Bills are located in the hallway and along the outside walls of the meeting rooms.


––– Larry Wilcox Stadium –––

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The crowning jewel of the Raven football program is Larry Wilcox Stadium and the playing surface at the stadium. Upgraded to FieldTurf during the spring of 2008, Larry Wilcox Stadium has become known as one of the best home-field advantages in small-college football. The chair-back seats came to Benedictine from AtlantaFulton County Stadium, the former home of the Atlanta Braves. The stadium not only offers Raven fans a great view of the game from every seat, it also delivers a breathtaking view of the Abby, located on the southeast side of the field. The stadium was built with fans in mind. The seats face toward the east, which means that the fall sun will be either directly above the seats or behind the stadium during games. The stadium also offers a large concourse, rest rooms and a concession stand conveniently located at the top of the stadium so fans never miss a down of Raven football.


Player Profiles


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–––– 2011 Offense –––– Colton Johnston

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Xavier Cooper

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Kevon McGrew

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Sr. - WR Ht: 5’8 Wt: 169 Redding, Calif..

Fr. - RB Ht: 5-7 Wt: 166 Tucson, Ariz.

Jr. - RB Ht: 5-8 Wt: 160 St. Louis, Mo.

Javon Coleman

Dylan Hays

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Jr. - RB Ht: 5-10 Wt: 173 Manchester, Mo.

So. - WR Ht: 5-10 Wt: 162 Kansas City, Kan.

Jordan Jackson

Jordan Mellott

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Sr. - WR Ht: 6-0 Wt: 172 Atchison, Kan.

Lucas Guevara

Tim Spoerl

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So. - RB Ht: 5-8 Wt: 160 Gilbert, Ariz.

Jr. - WR Ht: 6-1 Wt: 194 Tulsa, Okla.

Josh Hoeft

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Bill Noonan

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Wyatt Jiru

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Sr. - QB Ht: 5-11 Wt: 207 Washington, Mo.

Jr. - QB Ht: 6-1 Wt: 213 Spring, Texas

Sr. - QB Ht: 6-3 Wt: 230 Granite Bay, Calif.


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–––– 2011 Offense –––– Connor Davis

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Austin Phelan

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Sr. - QB Ht: 6-7 Wt: 231 Katy, Texas

Chase Brunick

Daris Calhoon

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Jr. - WR Ht: 5-9 Wt: 143 Atchison, Kan.

Sr. - QB Ht: 6-5 Wt: 233 Goodyear, Ariz.

Phil Brotherton

Nick Farrar

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Sr. - WR Ht: 5-11 Wt: 198 St. Louis, Mo.

Jr. - WR Ht: 5-11 Wt: 178 Wichita, Kan.

Sean Romero

Jarod Bennett

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Jr. - FB Ht: 5-9 Wt: 184 Fort Collins, Colo.

Sr. - K Ht: 6-3 Wt: 165 Independence, Mo.

Donovan Templeton

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Taylor Muller

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Andrew Pucinski

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So. - RB Ht: 5-10 Wt: 184 Kansas City, Mo.

Sr. - FB Ht: 6-3 Wt: 260 San Diego, Calif.

Sr. - RB Ht: 5-11 Wt: 203 Chicago, Ill.


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–––– 2011 Offense –––– Mike Romero

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Zach Keenan

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Brad Lorang

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Jr. - K Ht: 6-0 Wt: 186 Alton, Ill.

Jr. - FB Ht: 6-1 Wt: 225 Jefferson City, Mo.

Cameron Fore

Jesse Tapia

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Sr. - FB Ht: 6-2 Wt: 218 Columbia, Mo.

Dan Mihelic

Ben Bach

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So. - RB Ht: 5-7 Wt: 199 Peoria, Ariz.

Jr. - FB Ht: 5-9 Wt: 272 Olathe, Kan.

Tom Murphy

Jack Loyd

50

51

#

#

So. - OL Ht: 6-2 Wt: 276 Grayslake, Ill.

So. - OL Ht: 6-0 Wt: 236 St. Charles, Mo.

Larry Haynie

52

Jared Baxter

53

Justin Esparza

54

#

#

#

Sr. - LS Ht: 6-2 Wt: 262 The Colony, Texas

So. - OL Ht: 6-0 Wt: 277 Omaha, Neb.

Jr. - OL Ht: 6-6 Wt: 309 Allen, Texas


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–––– 2011 Offense –––– Quint Myers

55

Aaron Kranz

56

Chris Ross

58

#

#

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Jr. - OL Ht: 6-2 Wt: 270 Mission, Kan.

Sr. - OL Ht: 6-1 Wt: 260 Kansas City, Mo.

Jr. - OL Ht: 6-3 Wt: 315 Garden Grove, Calif.

Matt Falke

Nick Brungardt

59

60

#

#

So. - OL Ht: 5-11 Wt: 279 Kansas City, Mo.

Jr. - OL Ht: 6-2 Wt: 271 Lansing, Kan.

Matt VanDyke

Victor Buitrago

62

63

Chris Walters

64

#

#

#

Sr. - OL Ht: 6-5 Wt: 243 Shawnee, Kan.

So. - OL Ht: 6-3 Wt: 314 Adkins, Texas

So. - OL Ht: 6-2 Wt: 297 St. Louis, Mo.


22

–––– 2011 Offense –––– Andrew Peters

65

#

Sr. - OL Ht: 6-5 Wt: 420 Niceville, Fla.

Josue Howerton Photo not available

66

Traven Medawar

67

#

#

Jr. - OL Ht: 6-5 Wt: 285 Peoria, Ariz.

Sr. - OL Ht: 6-7 Wt: 313 Hesperia, Calif.

Bubba Pearl

Jon Kowalczyk

68

69

#

#

Sr. - OL Ht: 6-1 Wt: 381 Parkville, Mo.

Jr. - OL Ht: 6-4 Wt: 284 Skokie, Ill.

Colin Chalk

Bryce Brookshire

70

71

#

#

Jr. - OL Ht: 6-3 Wt: 341 Washington, Mo.

So. - OL Ht: 6-3 Wt: 273 Gower, Mo.

Ruben Delgado

Ian Watters

73

#

72

#

Jr. - OL Ht: 6-4 Wt: 283 Los Angeles, Calif.

Sr. - OL Ht: 6-3 Wt: 277

Mammoth Lakes, Calif.

Eric Bossler

74

Ben Kozak

75

#

#

Sr. - OL Ht: 6-3 Wt: 296 O’Fallon, Ill.

So. - OL Ht: 6-2 Wt: 306 Leavenworth, Kan.


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–––– 2011 Offense –––– James Pivarnik

76

Frank Robles

77

Kolby Baker

78

#

#

#

Sr. - OL Ht: 6-2 Wt: 263 The Colony, Texas

Jr. - OL Ht: 6-3 Wt: 282 Westminster, Calif.

Jr. - OL Ht: 6-3 Wt: 324 Owensville, Mo.

Ravens Chain Gang

From left: Patrick Regan, Danny Wagner, Phil Intfen and Derrick Franklin have served on the Ravens sidelines for many years. They years of service range from the 40-plus years of Wagner to the near 10 years of Franklin. Their collective service to the Ravens football program is very valuable.

Press Box Crew

From left: Bill Roe, Charlie Carrigan and Marty Clements have served as the scoreboard and clock operators for Ravens football for many years. Their reliablity and professional approach to their jobs has allowed home football games at Raven Stadium to run smoothly.


24

–––– 2011 Offense –––– Ron Fontenot

79

Richie O’Donnell

80

Joe Luebbert

81

#

#

#

Sr. - OL Ht: 6-7 Wt: 334 Kenner, La.

So. - TE Ht: 6-3 Wt: 265 Basehor, Kan.

Jr. - WR Ht: 5-11 Wt: 180 Jefferson City, Mo.

Alex Boyd

Ryan Delich

82

83

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#

Jr. - TE Ht: 6-4 Wt: 242 Overland Park, Kan.

So. - TE Ht: 6-3 Wt: 227 Lansing, Kan.

Tim Reek

Darius Bolling

84

85

#

#

So. - WR Ht: 6-3 Wt: 237 Kansas City, Mo.

Sr. - WR Ht: 6-5 Wt: 207 Houston, Texas

Alex Kirkland

Geoff Akpom

86

87

#

#

Sr. - WR Ht: 6-2 Wt: 197 Shawnee, Kan.

Jr. - WR Ht: 6-4 Wt: 222 San Diego, Calif.

Tanner Cady

88

Rick Rineberg

89

#

#

So. - WR Ht: 6-3 Wt: 196 Rossville, Kan.

Jr. - WR Ht: 6-3 Wt: 213 Silver Lake, Kan.


25

–––– 2011 Defense –––– Lawrence Haynes

2

#

Sr. - CB Ht: 6-2 Wt: 177 Seaside, Calif.

Thomas Barron Photo not available

5

Tyler Savage

7

#

#

Jr. - DB Ht: 5-10 Wt: 185 Bakersfiled, Calif.

Jr.. - OLB Ht: 6-3 Wt: 231 Payson, Ariz.

Jordan Ancar

Luke O’Brien

9

11

#

#

Sr. - DE Ht: 6-2 Wt: 236 Port Sulphur, La.

Sr. - CB Ht: 6-0 Wt: 193 Saline, Mich.

Bill Ekiss

Colin McEntee

12

13

#

#

Jr. - CB Ht: 5-8 Wt: 177 St. Charles, Mo.

Sr. - OLB Ht: 5-11 Wt: 210 Albuquerque, N.M.

Matt Taylor

Brett McConniff

14

16

#

#

Jr. - S Ht: 6-2 Wt: 182 Overland Park, Kan.

Sr. - CB Ht: 5-10 Wt: 165 Overland Park, Kan.

Dylan McGuire

18

Joe Schultz

19

Chris Ekiss

21

#

#

#

Jr. - P Ht: 6-0 Wt: 182

Jr. - FS Ht: 5-10 Wt: 172 Prairie Village, Kan.

Jr. - CB Ht: 5-9 Wt: 177 St. Charles, Mo.

Colorado Springs, Colo.


26

–––– 2011 Defense –––– John O’Grady

24

Filip Sundgren

Ashton Stephens

25

26

#

#

#

Sr. - OLB Ht: 6-0 Wt: 221 Topeka, Kan.

Jr. - OLB Ht: 5-8 Wt: 233 Vittsjo, Sweden

Sr. - S Ht: 6-3 Wt: 201 Topeka, Kan.

Jake Lilly

Apollo McCullough

27

28

#

#

Jr. - OLB Ht: 6-1 Wt: 220 St. Joseph, Mo.

So.- OLB Ht: 5-10 Wt: 214 Olathe, Kan.

Alex Hibler

Nick Anderson

30

#

#

So. - OLB Ht: 6-4 Wt: 240 Odessa, Mo.

Sr. - ILB Ht: 6-3 Wt: 240 Winslow, Ariz.

Billy Hughes

Cameron Humphrey

31

32

#

Photo not available

Jr. - DE Ht: 6-4 Wt: 250 Chicago, Ill.

Dylan Meisenheimer

34

Anthony Brown

35

33

#

Jr. - DB Ht: 6-0 Wt: 210 Santa Barbara, Calif.

Chris James

36

#

#

#

Jr. - SS Ht: 5-11 Wt: 184 Oak Grove, Mo.

Jr. - CB Ht: 5-10 Wt: 203 St. Louis, Mo.

So. - ILB Ht: 6-2 Wt: 212 St. Joseph, Mo.


27

–––– 2011 Defense –––– Abdulah Sabir

37

Cole Patterson

38

Brandon Farnham

40

#

#

#

Jr. - DB Ht: 6-0 Wt: 210 Oakland, Calif.

Jr. - SS Ht: 6-2 Wt: 190 Independence, Mo.

Jr. - SS Ht: 6-2 Wt: 190 Gardner, Kan.

Mike Bechina

Patrick Finley

41

42

#

#

Sr. - OLB Ht: 6-2 Wt: 216 Pueblo, Colo.

So. - SS Ht: 6-0 Wt: 183 Manhattan, Ill.

Eric Lang

Ray Gragg

43

44

#

#

Sr. - ILB Ht: 6-0 Wt: 237 Rochelle, Ill.

Jr. - ILB Ht: 6-1 Wt: 229 Topeka, Kan.

Fredrick Smally

Michael Costleigh

45

46

#

#

Sr. - OLB Ht: 6-0 Wt: 195 Fairfield, Calif.

Jr. - OLB Ht: 6-2 Wt: 220 Valencia, Calif.

Andrew Jones

47

John May

48

Chris MacLean

49

#

#

#

Jr. - ILB Ht: 6-3 Wt: 200 Libertyville, Ill.

Jr. - ILB Ht: 6-2 Wt: 241 Morton Grove, Ill.

Sr. - ILB Ht: 6-0 Wt: 213 Scottsdale, Ariz.


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–––– 2011 Defense –––– RJ Nill

50

Andrew Leathers

51

Josh Montgomery

52

#

#

#

Sr. - OLB Ht: 6-3 Wt: 221 Kansas City, Kan.

Jr. - OLB Ht: 6-4 Wt: 221 Overland Park, Kan.

So. - ILB Ht: 5-11 Wt: 224 Coppel, Texas

Moses Kato

Tyler Lueckenhoff

53

55

#

#

Sr.. - ILB Ht: 6-2 Wt: 238 San Bruno, Calif.

Sr. - NT Ht: 6-1 Wt: 275 Jefferson City, Mo.

Kevin White

Pedrum Khodaie

57

#

#

So. - ILB Ht: 6-0 Wt: 213 Tampa, Fla.

Jr. - NT Ht: 6-1 Wt: 304 Albuquerque, N.M.

Nick Rudolph

Cole McVay

58

59

60

#

#

Sr. - OLB Ht: 6-3 Wt: 225 Overland Park, Kan.

Jr. - DE Ht: 6-0 Wt: 226 Topeka, Kan.

Chris Maggio

81

Marcus Thompson

83

#

#

Jr. - DE Ht: 6-4 Wt: 240 Leawood, Kan.

So. - OLB Ht: 6-2 Wt: 226 St. Louis, Mo.


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–––– 2011 Defense –––– Adam Kubena

85

Paul Larson

87

Daniel Bernacil

90

#

#

#

So. - NT Ht: 6-3 Wt: 265 East Bernard, Texas

So. - DE Ht: 6-2 Wt: 246 Overland Park, Kan.

So. - NT Ht: 6-1 Wt: 257 Livermore, Calif.

Curtis Bowling

Daniel Faulkner

Dillon Stoddard

91

92

93

#

#

#

So. - DE Ht: 6-3 Wt: 260 Kansas City, Mo.

So. - DE Ht: 6-5 Wt: 267 Omaha, Neb.

Sr. - DE Ht: 6-4 Wt: 243 Idaho Falls, Idaho

Jake Schwartz

Daniel McCoy

Slade Kenagy

94

95

95

#

#

#

So. - DE Ht: 6-3 Wt: 244 Hastings, Neb.

Jr. - NT Ht: 6-0 Wt: 259 Salinas, Calif.

So. - NT Ht: 6-3 Wt: 281 Princeton, Mo.

Sidney Shired


–––– 2011 Defense –––– Brady Jones

96

#

Sr. - DE Ht: 6-2 Wt: 224 Springfield, Mo.

Villi Namoa

97

#

Jr. - DE Ht: 6-3 Wt: 281 Honolulu, Hawaii

Kevin Pacholski

98

#

Sr. - DE Ht: 6-4 Wt: 268 Chicago, Ill.

Michael Johnson

99

#

Jr. - DT Ht: 6-0 Wt: 320 Edgewater, Fla.

Sidney Shired

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HAAC All-Conference 1992 First team Don Brown, TB Ken McGibney, LB Steve Torline, RB Mike Mossey, OL Joe Maguire, SS Chris Johnson, DT Second team John Angello, OL Greg Bower, LB Kenny Romp, FS Jeff Grada, DE Third team Frank Goa, LB Chris Tabor, QB Mark Gormley, K Dan Penka, OL David Sellinger, C Shawn Connor, NG

––– Raven Honors –––

Robert Dunham, OL Aaron Grant, WR Dan Kenney, FB Eric Pitts, FB John Barker, DE Jerome Morris, LB Dusty Muckenthaler, P *HAAC Off. Player of the Year

1996 First team Danny Neill, TE* Sean Sullivan, LB Shem Johnson, CB Dallas Patterson, OL Toriano Pride, TB Shem Johnson, RET Second team Kyle Krick, LB Toby Coons, C Eric Pitts, FB 1993 Dusty Muckenthaler, P First team Dan Ruch, PK Don Brown, TB John Barker, DE Mike Mossey, OL Third team Ken McGibney, NG Sam Ficarrotta, OL Kenny Romp, FS Dan Kenney, FB Shawn Connor, NG Wendell Snodgrass, SS Second team *HAAC Off. Player of the Dan Penka, OL Year Chris Johnson, DT Bill Nettles, P 1997 Dan Ruch, PK First Team Kenny Romp, RET Kyle Krick, LB Third team Mike Federico, DT Bill Utz, OL Shem Johnson, RET John Angello, OL Chad Beel, CB Bill Harbison, TE Dallas Patterson, OL Joe Maguire, SS Second team Chris Marcinowski, WR Toby Coons, C Eric Pitts, FB 1994 John Barker, DE First team Eric Intfen, DE Michael Spoehr, OL Troy Ochoa, LB Hulio Burton, CB Shem Johnson, CB Shawn Connor, NG Third team Second team Matt Walls, OL Bill Harbison, OL Bill Lindquist, QB Javier, Perez, W Mark Kellerman, FS Toriano Pride, TB Justin Arnoldi, P Dan Ruch, PK Dan VanAnne, QB 1998 Brian Banker, LB First team Third team Mike Federico, DT Hulio Burton, RET Shem Johnson, CB Charlie Scerbo, DE Matt Walls, OL Mark Brandenburg, SS Second Team Richard Rush, LB Jeremiah Richards, TE Travis Erickson, C Cory Schrick, WR Danny Neill, TE Jerry Kut, OL Bill Lindquist, QB 1995 Jesse Carter, TB First team Lance Hoover, LB Travis Erickson, C Shem Johnson, RET Paul Hernandez, OL Third team David Perez, OL Mark Wynn, OL Danny Neill, TE Justin Howe, DT Dan VanAnne, QB* Nick Puleo, LB Dan Ruch, PK Brandon Buckley, FS Toriano Pride, RET Curtis Coppinger, SS Chris Shanks, DT Brian Banker, LB 1999 Mark Brandenburg, SS First team Second team Matt Walls, OL Dallas Patterson, OL Steve Pickert, DL Tony Palmentere, TB Cory Schrick, WR Toriano Pride, TB Justin Arnoldi, P Shem Johnson, CB Second team Third team Jesse Carter, TB

Jerry Kut, OL Jeremiah Richards, TE Lance Hoover, LB Cory Schrick, SB Curtis Coppinger, DB Third team Koa Bailey, QB Craig Handke, RB 2000 First team Jesse Carter, RB Jeremiah Richards, TE Larry Nations, OL Cory Schrick, SB Curtis Coppinger DB Reggie Webb, DB Eugene Beard, DL Second Team Myles Bacon, QB Michael Watson, QB Azel Hardy, OL Brian Garner, WR Dave Fernandez, DL Cory Schrick, KR Third Team Kyle Kellner, OL Ben Walls, LB Guido Trinidad, LB Scott Ziller, DB 2001 First Team Tom Bear, TE Azel Hardy, OL Kyle Kellner, OL Eugene Beard, DL Eric Simonich, DL Reggie Webb, DB Josh McAlister, RB Guido Trinidad, LB Matt Fowler, WR Second Team Craig Thorpe, K Scott Ziller, DB Third Team Myles Bacon, QB Michael Watson, QB Dave Fernandez, DL Brad Hubbard, RB Atonio Lolesio, DL Kyle Schrick, DB Ben Walls, LB Jason Carlin, OL Willie Skaggs, OL

2002 First Team Josh McAlister, RB Guido Trinidad, LB* Matt Fowler, WR Ben Walls, LB Tony Lolesio, DL Second Team Jason Carlin, OL Austin Floersch, DL Willie Skaggs, OL Brock Schwartz, DB Javier Rodas, K Craig Johnson, KR Third Team Brad Hubbard, RB Craig Johnson, WR Michael Kelley, OL Phil Allred, DL Jason Johnson, TE CB White, DB *HAAC Def. Player of the Year

2003 First Team Richard Carlson, OL Phil Allred, LB Jason Johnson, TE Brock Schwartz, DB Don Drew, DL Byron Mitchell Hughey, DB Second Team Mike Kelley, OL Kyle Schrick, DB Third Team J.P. Price, OL Craig Johnson, WR Javier Rodas, PK Adam Hutzel, DL 2004 First team John Willits, RB* Cody Simon, OL Richard Carlson, OL Mike Weathersbee, TE Tony Lolesio, DL Second Team Ian Thatcher, FB JP Price, OL Matt Neirman, WR Adam Hutzell, DL Sean Manny, LB Dan Reynolds, DB Third Team Fran Johnson, QB Jason Tharp, OL Bill Schafer, PK Honorable Mention Brian DeBurr, DB Dominique Morning, DB OJ Simpson, WR *HAAC Off. Player of the Year 2005 First team Truman Ashby, OL JP Price, OL Tony Lolesio, DL* Second team Mike Steen, RB Sean Manny, SS Jeremiah Captain, DB Third Team Ian Thatcher, FB Jon Jiminez, OL Mike Biancuzzo, TE Bill Schafer, K Honoroable Mention Ernie TooToo, DE Eddie Lamb, LB Terrance Stitt, DT Victor Fields, LB Dominique Morning, DB *HAAC Def. Player of the Year 2006 First team Truman Ashby, OL DJ Howell, DL Dema Preobrazhesky, LB Drew Reno, DB Second team Jesse Thomas, RB Jon Jiminez, OL Ryan Parks, OL Mike Biancuzzo, TE Third team Victor Fields, LB Eddie Lamb, LB Jordan Banion, K

50 Damien Kennedy, DB Honorable Mention Adam Kenkel, LB Conor Waslh, WR Carlos Cuellar, PR 2007 First Team Truman Ashby, OL Jason Brown, TE Dema Preobrazhensky, OLB Second Team Chris Langley, WR Erskine Williams, DL Damien Kennedy, DB Third Team Ryan Parks, OL Adam Kenkel, OLB Honorable Mention Ed Avila, OL Conor Walsh, WR Jordan Banion, PK Dustin Ralls, DB 2008 First Team Alex Saporita, OL Conor Walsh, WR Erskine Williams, DT Robbie Schutlz, DE* Second Team Jordan Banion, PK Chris Kline, LB Drew Reno, DB Third Team Cody Jiru, OL Jon Lohman, LB Brian Lowry, P Jesse Thomas, RB Honorable Mention Andrew Egan, DT Ryan Kelly, QB Adam Kenkel, LB Chris Langley, WR Mike Long, DB *HAAC Def. Player of the Year 2009 First Team Conor Walsh, WR Alex Saporita, OL Kenji Hollaway, PR/KR Second Team DJ Matysek, RB Cody Jiru, OL Third Team Justin Wolinski, OL Chris Langley, WR Keith Starr, DE Chris Kline, ILB RJ Nill, LB Honorable Mention Ryan Kelly, QB Andrew Pucinski, RB Alex Vaca, PK Luke O’Brien, DB Dustin Ralls, DB


2010 First Team Chris Langley, WR Cody Jiru, OL Jesse Thomas, RB Second Team Jordan Ancar, DE Ryan Hurtado, OLB Luke O’Brien, CB Colton Johnson, KR DJ Matysek, ATH Third Team DJ Matysek, RB Walton “Bubba” Pearl, OL Ashton Stephens, S Honorable Mention Alex Boyd, TE Eric Bossler, OL Ron Fontenot, OL Ryan Kelly, QB Tyler Lueckenhoff, DL Kevin Pacholski, DL RJ Nill, OLB Dustin Ralls, CB Clint Hanf, S NAIA All-Americans 1976 Kerry Amsberg, Hon. Mention 1977 Cary Shaw, PK, First Team Keith Hertling, RB, Hon. Mention Pat George, DB, Hon. Mention 1978 Olaf Linman, OL, Hon. Mention 1982 John Ross, OL, Hon. Mention 1984 Tom Sak, OL, Hon. Mention 1985 Jeff Pirog, OL, First Team Derek Faulkner, SS, Hon. Mention Jamie Mueller, RB, Hon. Mention 1986 Jamie Mueller, FB, Second Team 1987 Larry Minner, DT, First Team Paul Howe, LB, Hon. Mention 1988 Marty Kobza, LB, Hon. Mention 1989 Marty Kobza, LB, First Team 1990 Scott Miller, FS, Second Team Dan Adelhardt, LB, Hon. Mention 1991 Sam Sitzman, LB, Second Team Ron Embry, CB, Honorable Mention 1992 Don Brown, TB, First Team Ken McGibney, LB, Second Team Mike Mossey, OL, Second Team Chris Johnson, DT, Hon. Mention Steve Torline, FB, Hon. Mention Joe Maguire, SS, Hon. Mention 1993 Don Brown, RB, First Team Mike Mossey, OL, Second Team Kenny Romp, FS, Hon. Mention

1994 Shawn Connor, NG, First Team 1995 Dan Ruch, PK, Second Team Travis Erickson, C, Hon. Mention Mark Brandenburg, SS, Hon. Mention David Perez, OL, Hon. Mention 1996 Danny Neill, TE, Second Team Sean Sullivan, LB, Second Team Shem Johnson, RET, Hon. Mention Mike Bigus, RET, Hon. Mention Dallas Patterson, OL, Hon. Mention 1997 Kyle Krick, LB, Hon. Mention Dallas Patterson, OL, Hon. Mention Chad Beel, DB, Hon. Mention 1998 Mike Federico, DT, First Team Shem Johnson, DB, First Team Matt Walls, OL, Hon. Mention 1999 Cory Schrick, RET, First Team Matt Walls, OL, Second Team 2000 Larry Nations, OL, First Team Cory Schrick, WR, Second Team Jesse Carter, RB, Third Team Jeremiah Richards, TE, Third Team 2001 Matt Fowler, WR, First Team Eric Simonich, DE, Second Team Guido Trinidad, LB, Hon. Mention

NAIAfootball.net, VSN, CollegeFanz All-Americans 2002 Guide Trinidad, LB, First Team Josh McAllister, RB, Hon. Mention Matt Fowler, WR, Hon. Mention Javier Rodas, PK, Hon. Mention 2003 Brock Schwartz, DB, Second Team Jason Johnson, TE, Third Team Phil Allred, LB, Third Team Richard Carlson, Hon. Mention Byron Mitchell Hughey, DB, Hon. Mention Fran Johnson, QB, Hon. Mention Kyle Schrick, DB, Hon. Mention 2004 John Willits, RB, First Team Cody Simon, OL, Second Team 2005 Tony Lolesio, DL, First Team 2006 Truman Ashby, OL, First Team 2007 Truman Ashby, OL, First Team 2008 Robbie Schultz, DE, First Team Conor Walsh, WR, Hon. Mention 2009 Conor Walsh, WR, Hon. Mention Kenji Hollaway, RT, Hon. Mention 2010 Chris Langley, WR, Hon. Mention NAIA Scholar Athletes 1984 James Morrow, LB

2002 Guido Trinidad, LB, First Team Javier Rodas, K, Second Team Matt Fowler, WR, Hon. Mention Josh McAlister, RB, Hon. Mention Atonio Lolesio, DL, Hon. Mention

1985 Kerry McDonald, DB

2003 Byron Mitchell Hughey, DB, First Team

1989 John Moshier, RB Gregg Shonka, DL 1990 Gregg Shonka, DL

2004 John Willits, RB, Second Team Cody Simon, OL, Second Team 2005 Atonio Lolesio, DL, Hon. Mention 2006 Truman Ashby, OL, First Team AFCA-NAIA 2007 Truman Ashby, OL, First Team AFCA-NAIA 2008 Conor Walsh, WR, First Team AFCA-NAIA

1986 Kerry McDonald, DB Paul Torline, RB

1992 Greg Bower, LB Steve Torline, FB 1993 Shawn Connor, DL 1994 Shawn Connor, DL David Perez, OL 1995 David Perez, OL Dan Van Anne, QB Dan Kenney, RB 1996 Dan Kenney, RB Eric Pitts, RB

1999 Kirk Duncan, DB Brent Thieman, DB Lance Hoover, LB 2000 Brent Thieman, DB Brett Herbers, QB Myles Bacon, QB Cory Schrick, DB 2001 Myles Bacon, QB 2002 Andrew Swafford, LB Tucker Porter, LB 2003 Tucker Porter, LB Matt Nierman, WR Luke Kuhns, OL 2004 Peter Bauer, DB Luke Krusemark, QB Justin Olberding, WR Luke Kuhns, OL Matt Nierman, WR Jason Tharp, OL 2005 Peter Bauer, DB Luke Krusemark, QB Justin Olberding, WR Dan Reynolds, DB 2006 Luke Krusemark, QB 2007 Dema Preobrazhensky, LB John Bergida, WR Guy Hudson, LB 2008 John Bergida, WR Joe Henson, LB Guy Hudson, LB Jake Mohr, WR John Weitlich, WR 2009 Frank Roberts, DB David Kramer, DE John Weitlich, WR Jake Mohr, WR Chris Kline, LB 2010 Frank Roberts, DB Michael Bechina, LB Carlos Pacheco, OL Chris Jones, OL


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Modern Career Football Records – Total Offense 1. Ryan Kelly, QB (2007-2010) 2. Fran Johnson, QB (2001-2004) 3. Bill Lindquist, QB (1995-98) 4. Paul Durkin, QB (1975-78) 5. Don Brown, RB (1990-93) 6. Keith Hertling, RB (1975-78) 7. Chris Tabor, QB (1989-92) 8. Jesse Carter, RB (1997-2000) 9. Jamie Mueller RB (1983-86) 10. Dan Van Anne, QB (1993-95) 11. Bill Arnold, QB (1986-89) 12. Jeff Pieper, QB (1982-85) 13. Terry Torline, QB (1979-82) 14. Jerry Rellihan, QB (1977-80) 15. Guy Manella, QB (1986-87) 16. Josh McAlister, RB (1998-2002) 17. Cory Schrick, WR (1997-2000) 18. Michael Watson, QB (2000-01) 19. Toriano Pride, RB (1993-96) 20. Steve Torline, RB (1989-92) 21. Conor Walsh, WR (2006-2009) 22. Chris Langley, WR (2007-2010) 23. Myles Bacon, QB (2000-01) 24. Jesse Thomas, RB (2006-08, 2010) 25. Eric Pitts, RB (1994-97) 26 Tom Bachkora, WR (1980-83) 27. John Willits, RB (2003-2004) 28. Koa Bailey, QB (1998-99) 29. Matt Fowler, WR (1998-2002) 30. Russell Hynes, WR (1977-80) Steve Buhler, QB (1981-84) Bill Riddick, RB (1979-82) 33. Dan Kenney, RB (1993-96) 34. Mike Steen, RB (2004-2006) 35. Rich Weiner, RB (1984-87) 36. Kevin Godar, WR (1982-85) 37. DJ Matysek, RB (2008-10) 38. Pete Smith, RB (1975-78) 39. Mike Hosty, WR (1977-79) 40. Tony Palmentere, RB (1994-95)

Benedictine College since 1973

Yards 8,764 6,021 5,971 5,402 4,948 4,826 4,809 4,412 4,221 4,002 3,967 3,902 3,726 3,673 3,120 3,055 2,920 2,886 2,800 2,655 2,584 2,048 2,424 2,390 2,217 2,140 2,102 1,988 1,875 1,825 1,825 1,825 1,813 1,697 1,544 1,519 1,471 1,423 1,404 1,386

Career Total Offense Leader Ryan Kelly Rushing 1. Don Brown, RB (1990-93) 2. Jesse Carter, RB (1997-2000) 3. Jamie Mueller, RB (1983-86) 4. Keith Hertling, RB (1975-78) 5. Josh McAlister, RB (1998-2002) 6. Toriano Pride, RB (1993-96) 7. Steve Torline, RB (1989-92) 8. Jesse Thomas, WR (2006-08, 2010) 9. Eric Pitts, RB (1994-97) 10. Bill Riddick, RB (1979-82) 11. John Willits, RB (2003-2004) 12 Mike Steen, RB (2004-2006) 13. Dan Kenney, RB (1993-96) 14. DJ Matysek, RB (2008-’10) 15. Jeff Pieper, QB (1982-85) 16 Rich Weiner, RB (1984-87) 17. Phil Toepper, RB (1981-84) 18. Tony Palmentere, RB (1994-95) 19. Dan Dayton, RB (1977-80) 20. Chris Tabor, QB (1989-92) 21. Pete Smith, RB (1975-78) 22. Craig Handke, FB (1996-99)

Att 714 755 523 775 554 409 492 434 406 300 337 273 329 299 287 235 271 200 270 421 220 224

Yds 4,490 4,138 4,038 3,840 2,744 2,464 2,301 2,134 2,109 1,674 1,623 1,604 1,492 1,466 1,444 1,351 1,297 1,200 1,187 1,176 1,113 1,062

Avg. 6.3 5.5 7.7 5.0 4.9 6.0 4.7 4.9 5.1 5.6 4.8 5.9 5.0 4.9 5.0 5.7 4.8 6.0 4.4 2.8 5.1 4.7

Career Rushing Leader Don Brown

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Passing 1. Ryan Kelly (2007-2010) 2. Fran Johnson (2001-04) 3. Paul Durkin (1976-78) 4. Bill Lindquist (1995-98) 5. Chris Tabor (1989-92) 6. Dan VanAnne (1993-95) 7. Jerry Rellihan (1977-80) 8. Bill Arnold (1986-89) 9. Terry Torline (1979-82) 10. Jeff Pieper (1982-85) 11. Michael Watson (00-01) 12. Guy Manella (1986-87) 13. Myles Bacon (2000-01) 14. Steve Buhler (1981-84)

C-A 606-1069 465-848 323-772 330-648 293-636 224-378 243-530 237-523 265-575 153-341 177-323 131-290 146-257 95-190

Pct 57% 55% 42% 51% 46% 59% 46% 45% 46% 45% 55% 45% 57% 50%

Receiving 1. Conor Walsh, WR (2006-2009) 2. Chris Langley, WR (2007-2010) 3. Cory Schrick, WR (1997-2000) 4. Tom Bachkora, WR (1980-83) 5. Matt Fowler, WR (1998-2002) 6. Russell Hynes, WR (1977-80) 7. Craig Johnson, WR (2000-2003) 8. Kevin Godar, WR (1982-85) 9. Matt Nierman, WR (2001-04) 10. Mike Hosty, WR (1977-79) 11. Javier Perez, WR (1991-94) 12. Danny Neill, TE (1993-96) 12. Mark DeGreeff, WR (1988-91) 14. Bob Brandt, TE (1973-76) 15. Sean Wright, WR (1985-88) 16. Pat George, WR (1977-78) 17. Sam Verslues, WR (1982-85) 18. Keith Hertling, RB (1975-78)

Rec 170 186 156 161 131 111 133 97 112 67 60 79 80 69 73 62 56 71

Yds 2,584 2,582 2,420 2,137 1,875 1,878 1,829 1,519 1,460 1,404 1,262 1,212 1,137 1,092 1,012 1,011 1,000 986

Yds 7,661 5,543 5,359 5,252 3,633 3,547 3,471 3,272 3,202 2,458 2,417 2,388 1,792 1,394 TD 29 33 19 13 15 16 9 8 10 15 10 8 4 15 5 17 10 4

Scoring TD FG PAT 1. Don Brown, RB (1990-93) 50 0 4 2. Jamie Mueller, RB (1983-86) 49 0 2 3. Jesse Carter, RB (1997-2000) 47 0 0 4. Dan Ruch, PK (1993-96) 0 26 142 5. Toriano Pride, RB (1993-96) 33 0 4 6. Chris Langley, WR (2008-10 33 0 1 7. Steve Torline, RB (1989-92) 33 0 0 8. Keith Hertling, RB (1975-78) 32 0 0 9. Jordan Banion, PK (2006-08) 32 85 10. Josh McAlister, RB (1998-2002) 30 0 0 11. Conor Walsh, WR (2006-2009) 29 12. Terry Armer, PK (1981-84) 0 29 95 13. Dan Kenney, RB (1993-96) 28 0 0 14. Cory Schrick, WR (1997-2000) 26 0 0 15. Carey Shaw, PK (1975-78) 0 19 97 16. Javier Rodas, PK (2002-2003) 0 30 63 17. Tim Parich, PK (1996-99) 0 19 90 18. Eric Pitts, RB (1994-97) 24 0 0 19. Keith Kenney, PK (1984-87) 0 7 119 20. DJ Matysek, RB (2008-2010) 23 21. Chris Tabor, QB (1989-92) 22 0 2 22. Rich Weiner, RB (1984-87) 21 0 4 23. Jesse Thomas, WR (2006-08) 21 24. John Willits, RB (2003-2004) 20 25. Jeff Pieper, QB (1982-85) 19 0 2 Tony Palmentere, RB (1994-95) 19 0 2 27. Jordan Banion, PK (2006-2008) 0 18 44 28. Pat George, WR (1977-80) 17 0 2 29. Bill Schafer, PK (2004-05) 0 15 44 30. Russell Hynes, WR (1977-80) 16 0 0 Terry Torline, QB (1979-82) 16 0 0 32. Craig Handke, FB (1996-99) 15 0 2 Matt Fowler, WR (1999-2002) 15 0 0 Guy Manella, QB (1986-87) 15 0 0 Bob Brandt, TE (1973-76) 15 0 0 Mike Hosty, WR (1977-79) 15 0 0

Career Receiving Leader Conor Walsh Pts 304 296 282 220 202 200 198 192 181 180 174 173 168 156 153 153 147 144 140 138 134 130 126 120 116 116 108 104 99 96 96 92 90 90 90 90

Former Quarterback Bill Linquist


––– Raven Records ––– Tackles 1. Paul Howe, LB (1984-87) 2. Curtis Coppinger, SS (1997-2000) 3. Guido Trinidad, LB (1999-2002) 4. Kyle Schrick, DB (2000-2003) 5. John Clark, LB (1974-77) 6. Ken McGibney, LB (1990-93) 7. Marty Kobza, LB (1986-89) 8. Ben Walls, LB (1998-2002) 9. Kyle Krick, LB (1996-97) 10. Jim Kassley, DE (1973-76) Kenny Romp, FS (1990-93) 12. Dan Adelhardt, LB (1986-90) 13. Bill Soldati, LB (1974-77) 14. Chris Kline, LB (2007-2009 Brock Schwartz, DB (2000-2003) 16. Kevin Tighe, LB (1980-83) Greg Bower, LB (1989-92) 18. Shawn Connor, NG (1990-94) Joe Maguire, SS (1990-93) 20. Tom Bigoness, CB (1974-77) 21. Brian Banker, LB (1992-95) 22. Larry Minner, DT (1984-87) 23. Scott Miller, FS (1987-90) 24. Shem Johnson, CB (1995-98) 25. Paul Krus, LB (1979-82) 26. Troy Ochoa, LB (1996-97) 27. Sam Sitzmann, LB (1988-91) 28. Doug Miller, DE (1986-89) 29. Mark Brandenburg, SS (1992-95) 30. Jeff Morgan. LB (1984-87) 31. John Dolan, LB (1977-80)

Total 457 373 340 339 334 313 306 299 296 286 286 282 272 262 262 259 259 257 257 255 247 236 235 224 223 220 219 216 214 212 210

NAIA All-American and

National Player of the Week Eric Simonich Interceptions Total 1. Scott Miller, FS (1987-90) 17 2. Steve Pearson, CB (1984-87) 16 Shem Johnson, CB (1995-98) 16 4. Byron Mitchell Hughey, DB (1999-2003) 15 5. Drew Reno, DB (2004-08) 12 Matt Flipovich, FS (1973-75) 12 7. Tom Latz, CB (1976-79) 9 Kevin Bachkora, SS (1977-80) 9 Kenny Romp, FS (1990-93) 9 Brock Schwartz, DB (2000-2003) 9 11. Mark Kellerman, FS (1994-97) 8 Dominique Morning, CB (2004-’05) 8 13. Mike Long, CB (2007-08) 7 Kerry McDonald, CB (1983-86) 7 Tom Bigoness, CB (1974-77) 7 Ken Hickey, FS (1981-84) 7 Terrell Thames, CB (1987-89) 7 Ron Embry, CB (1988-91) 7 Scott Ziller, DB (1998-01) 7 Kyle Schrick, DB (2000-2003) 7 Punt Returns No Yds Avg 1. Craig Johnson, WR (2000-2003) 87 893 10.3 2. Kenny Romp, FS (1990-93) 53 638 12.0 3. Shem Johnson, CB (1995-98) 61 553 9.1 4. Cory Schrick, WR (1997-2000) 36 525 14.6 5. Sam Verslues, WR (1982-85) 33 449 13.6 6. Maurie Maher, WR (1987-90) 49 445 9.1 7. Carlos Cuellar, RB (2005-2006) 56 432 7.7 8. Kenji Hollowary, WR (2008-2010) 35 408 11.7 Single Season Punt Return 9. Scott Miller, FS (1987-90) 43 282 6.6 10. Curt Marchand, WR (1985-87) 20 254 12.7 Leader Craig Johnson 11. Mike Reiker, FS (1977-81) 37 246 6.7

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Individual Offense POINTS: Game-30, Don Brown vs. Central Methodist (1993): SEASON-120, Steve Torline (1992), Josh McAlister (2001) TD’s: Game-5, Don Brown vs. Central Methodist (1992); SEASON: 20, Steve Torline (1992), Josh McAlister (2001) ATTEMPTS RUSHING: Game-44, Keith Hertling vs. Washburn University (1976); SEASON-337, John Willits (2004) YARDS GAINED RUSHING: Game-257, Jamie Mueller vs. Westmar College (1984); SEASON-1,975, Don Brown (1992) ATTEMPTS PASSING: Game-62, Jerry Rellihan vs. Missouri Valley (1980): SEASON-328, Ryan Kelly (2008)

COMPLETIONS: Game-27, Ryan Kelly vs. Peru State (2008); SEASON-200, Ryan Kelly (2008)

YARDS BY RECEIVER: Game-182, Mike Hosty vs. MidAmerica Nazarene (1979); SEASON-1,119, Matt Fowler (2001) TD RECEPTIONS: Game-3, Conor Walsh vs. CSC (2008), Chris Langley vs. Evangel (2007), Mike Hosty vs. MidAmerica Nazarene (1979), Russell Hynes vs. Dana College (1982); SEASON-12, Conor Walsh (2008), Chris Langley (2010) TOTAL OFFENSE: Game-429, Dan VanAnne vs. CulverStockton (1994); SEASON: 2,799, Ryan Kelly (2008) LONGEST RUSHING PLAY: 96, Chris Tabor vs. Minnesota Morris University (1991) LONGEST PASSING PLAY: 99, Paul Durkin to Mike Hosty vs, Colorado College (1978)

YARDS PASSING: Game-423, Dan VanAnne vs. Culver-Stockton (1994): SEASON-2,390, Ryan Kelly (2008)

Individual Defense MOST PASS INTERCEPTIONS: Game-3, Dan Reynolds vs. Baker University (2004), Scott Miller vs. Lincoln University (1988): SEASON-9, Shem Johnson (1995)

TD PASSES: Game-5, Dan VanAnne vs. Culver-Stockton (1994), SEASON-21, Ryan Kelly (2009)

LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURN: 100, John Clark vs. Evangel College (1977)

PASS RECEPTIONS: Game-10, Chris Langley vs. William Jewell College (2010), Brian Garner vs. Lindenwood (2000), Mike Hosty vs. Missouri Valley (1979), Tom Brotherton vs. Washburn University (1980), Tom Bachkora vs. Panhandle State University (1981), Kevin Godar vs. Baker University,1982, Sean Wright vs. Peru State College (1988); SEASON-73, Matt Fowler (2001)

LONGEST FUMBLE RETURN: 103, Guido Trinidad vs. Northwestern Oklahoma University (2002) Special Teams PUNTING AVERAGE: Game-46.7, Jerry Rellihan vs. Hastings College (1980); SEASON-40.1, Dusty Muckenthaler (1995) MOST EXTRA POINTS: Game-8, Cary Shaw (1976, 77), Keith Kenney (1985); SEASON-55, Keith Kenney (1985) MOST FIELD GOALS: Game-4, Jordan Banion vs. William Jewell College (2008); SEASON-16, Javier Rodas (2002) LONGEST PUNT: 80, Mark Gormley vs. Wayne State College (1990) LONGEST FIELD GOAL: 54, Cary Shaw vs. William Jewell College (1978) LONGEST PUNT RETURN: 90, Cory Schrick vs. Friends University (2000) LONGEST KICK-OFF RETURN: 100, Shem Johnson vs. Lindenwood (1996) MOST PUNT RETURNS: Game-6, Maurie Maher vs. William Jewell College (1988), Scott Miller vs. Concordia College (1989); SEASON-33, Craig Johnson (2001 & 2002) MOST PUNT RETURN YARDAGE: Game-126, Cory Schrick vs. Friends University (2000); SEASON-384, Craig Johnson (2002)

2001 First-team All-American and record holder Matt Fowler


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Team Offense POINTS: Game-64 vs. Iowa Wesleyan (1985); SEASON-488 (1985) ATTEMPTS RUSHING: Game-79 vs. Tarkio College (1989) SEASON-782 (1992) RUSHING YARDS: Game-503 vs. Central Methodist (1999); SEASON-4,112 (1985) ATTEMPTS PASSING: Game-62 vs. Missouri Valley (1980); SEASON-375 (2008) COMPLETIONS: Game-34 vs. Peru State (2008); SEASON-218 (2008) YARDS PASSING: Game-423 vs. Culver-Stockton (1994); SEASON-2,527 (2001) TD PASSES: Game-5 vs. MidAmerica Nazarene (1979), vs. Culver-Stockton (1994); SEASON-23 (2008)

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FIRST DOWNS: Game-32 vs. Lindenwood (2009); SEASON-257 (2001) Team Defense FEWEST POINTS YIELDED: Season-129 (1974) FEWEST TD’S YIELDED: Season-12 (2000) FEWEST YARDS RUSHING: Game-minus 58 vs. Graceland University (2000); SEASON-745 (2006) FEWEST PASS COMPLETIONS: Game-1 vs. Central Methodist (2000), vs. MNU (1981); SEASON-55 (1973) FEWEST PASSING YARDS: Game-2 vs. Central Methodist (2000); SEASON-468 (1974) FEWEST FIRST DOWNS: Game-5 vs. Tabor College (1974, 76); SEASON-93 (1974)

TOTAL PLAYS: Game-109 vs. Missouri Valley (1980); SEASON-998 (2001)

FEWEST YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE: Game-37 vs. Tabor College (1976); SEASON-1,464 (1974)

TOTAL OFFENSE: Game-639 vs. Central Methodist (1999) SEASON-5,541 (2001)

MOST PASS INTERCEPTIONS: Game-7 vs. Evangel College (1977); SEASON-25 (1977)

2010 Season Seniors


Austin College Avila College Baker Univeristy Bethany College Bethel College Buckner Trng. School Carroll College Central Missouri State Central Methodist Central Oklahoma Chillicothe Bus. Coll Concordia (Neb.) Concordia Teachers College of Emporia Colorado College Creighton Culver-Stockton Dana College Doane College Emporia State Evangel University Findlay (Ohio) Fort Hays State Friends University Graceland University Grand Island College Haskell Institute Hastings College Highland College Hillsdale College Iowa Wesleyan Jackson University Jamestown College John Carroll University

––– All-Time versus ... ––– 1-1-0 10-0-0 12-15-1 1-4-0 4-0-1 1-0-0 0-1-0 4-2-0 22-3-0 1-3-0 7-2-0 10-3-0 1-0-0 4-0-0 1-1-0 0-3-0 21-2-0 3-3-0 1-1-0 16-8-2 13-12-0 0-1-0 17-5-3 11-2-0 16-6-1 0-0-1 2-2-0 5-4-0 2-0-0 0-1-0 1-1-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 0-1-0

Kansas City Univ. K-State freshman KU KU “B” Kansas Wesleyan Kearney Teachers Kemper Military Academy Kirksville Osteopaths Lambuth University Lincoln University Lindenwood University Loras College (Dubuque) McPherson College Midland College MidAmerica Nazarene Minnesota-Morris Missouri Southern Missouri “B” Missouri Valley College Missouri Wesleyan Missouri Western Milwaukee Teachers Nebraska Wesleyan NE Oklahoma NE Illinois St. NE Missouri State NW Missouri State Northwestern Col.(Iowa) NW Oklahoma State Notre Dame “B” Oklahoma City Univ. Olathe School for Deaf Ottawa University Panhandle State

2-0-0 1-0-0 0-2-0 0-1-0 3-1-0 1-1-0 1-1-0 0-2-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 10-7-0 1-2-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 16-11-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 15-15-1 0-2-0 2-9-0 1-0-0 5-5-0 1-3-0 1-0-0 1-2-0 2-3-0 1-7-0 1-1-0 0-1-0 1-0-0 4-0-0 5-2-2 6-5-0

Peru State College Phillips University Pittsburg State Quincy College Rockhurst College St. Ambrose College St. Louis University St. Mary’s College St. Mary of the Plains St. Norbert’s College St. Viator’s College Sioux Falls University SE Missouri State SW Baptist College Southwestern College Springfield College SW Missouri State Sterling College Stll Osteopaths Tabor College Tarkio College Tarleton State Tri-State College Teikyo-Westmar Unv. Univ. of Ark.- Monticello Univ. of Neb. - Omaha Washburn University Wayne State College Wentworth Academy West Texas State Wichita State William Jewell College William Penn College

14-13-0 1-1-0 7-13-1 5-0-0 15-7-0 3-2-1 1-0-0 2-1-0 2-0-0 2-0-0 1-0-0 0-2-0 0-3-0 4-0-0 11-5-0 0-2-0 3-6-2 2-1-0 1-0-1 4-0-0 9-3-1 0-1-0 0-1-0 4-1-0 0-1-0 2-4-0 14-16-0 0-2-0 5-1-0 4-3-0 1-3-0 30-17-0 1-1-0


––– Season By Season Results ––– Rev. Malachy Sullivan (1920-’21)

1920 Missouri Wesleyan 35, SBC 0 SBC 14, Buckner Training 0 SBC 40, Olathe School of the Deaf 7 SBC 13, Washburn Freshmen 6 SBC 25, Kansas St. Freshmen 0 Graceland 7, SBC 6 Record – 4-2 Captain – James Baker 1921 Missouri Wesleyan 6, SBC 0 Ottawa 14, SBC 0 SBC 41, Olathe School of the Deaf 6 SBC 35, Rockhurst 0 SBC 21, Doane 0 Chillicothe Business 19, SBC 14 SBC 28, Graceland 0 Nebraska Wesleyan 14, SBC 12 Record – 4-4 Captain – Baker Larry Quigley (1922-’27)

1922 SBC 13, Olathe School of the Deaf 0 St. Mary’s 25, SBC 0 Pittsburg St. 28, SBC 0 Doane 9, SBC 0 SBC 34, Chillicothe Business 7 SBC 0, Still Osteopaths 0 Tarkio 8, SBC 6 SBC 21, Graceland 7 SBC 19, Wentworth Academy 13 Record – 4-4-1 Captain – Leo Sander 1923 SBC 52, Olathe Mutes 0 Chillicothe Business 7, SBC 0 SBC 18, Tarkio 7 SBC 34, Kansas City Univ. 0 Pittsburg St. 33, SBC 0 Wentworth Academy 15, SBC 0 Kansas Wesleyan 7, SBC 6 SBC 39, Still Osteopaths 0 Record – 4-4 Captain – Vincent Moroney 1924 SBC 7, Graceland 0 SBC 17, Chillicothe Business 3 SBC 32, Kansas City Univ. 0 SBC 27, Wentworth Academy 0 SBC0, Grand Island 0 Rockhurst 13, SBC 6 SBC 7, Highland College 6 Kirksville Osteopaths 7, SBC 3 Record – 5-2-1 Captain – Quigley 1925 SBC 6, Graceland 6 SBC 13, Chillicothe Business 0 SBC 32, Highland College 14 SBC 41, Wentworth Academy 7 SBC 3, Kemper Military Acad. 0 SBC 7, Jackson University 0 SBC 31, Rockhurst 6

Record – 6-0-1 Captain – J. Kenneth Spurlock 1926 SBC 7, Chillicothe Business 0 Kirksville Osteopaths 14, SBC 7 SBC 0, Baker 0 NW Missouri St. 27, SBC 0 Pittsburg St. 30, SBC 7 Kemper Military Acad. 7, SBC 0 Ottawa 14, SBC 0 Graceland 7, SBC 0 Record – 1-6-1 Captain - Bernard Moroney 1927 Pittsburg St. 19, SBC 0 Tarkio 7, SBC 0 Baker 59, SBC 0 SBC 6, Northwest Missouri St. 0 SBC 6, Ottawa 6 Sterling 13, SBC 0 SBC 6, Rockhurst 0 Record – 2-4-1 Captain – Moroney Robert Schmidt (1928-’31) 1928 Peru St. 6, SBC 0 Baker 19, SBC 0 SBC 6, Friends 0 SBC 12, McPherson 0 SBC 44, Bethel 0 Rockhurst 13, SBC 6 SBC 19, Ottawa 19 SBC 12, St. Mary’s 0 Record – 4-3-1 Captains – John Koerperich, Vincent Gorman 1929 Peru St. 25, SBC 0 Southwest Missouri St. 7, SBC 6 SBC 6, Tarkio 0 Rockhurst 7, SBC 0 Northwest Missouri St. 7, SBC 6 SBC 35, Bethel 7 SBC 6, Phillips 2 SBC 24, Midland 0 Record – 4-4 Captain – Gerald Murray 1930 Haskell Institute 7, SBC 6 Southwest Missouri St. 20, SBC 0 Rockhurst 26, SBC 0 Peru St. 26, SBC 8 Phillips 25, SBC 0 Kearney St. 12, SBC 0 SBC 39, Wentworth Military 14 Pittsburg St. 25, SBC SBC 12, Tarkio 12 Record – 1-7-1 Captain – Grant Ward 1931 SBC 12, Bethel 12 Southwest Missouri St. 22, SBC 12 Chillicothe Business 20, SBC 12 Nebraska-Omaha 27, SBC 6

SBC 6, Wentworth Military 0 Northwest Missouri St. 54, SBC 0 Tarkio 12, SBC 0 Rockhurst 7, SBC 0 Record – 1-6-1 Captain – Lawrence Johnson Larry “Moon” Mullins (1932-’36)

1932 SBC 12, McPherson 0 SBC 32, Central Missouri St. 19 SBC 12, Chillicothe Business 0 SBC 58, Bethel 0 SBC 12, Rockhurst 6 Nebraska-Omaha 6, SBC 0 Hastings 7, SBC 0 SBC 14, Tarkio 6 Record – 6-2 Captain – Cyril Kline 1933 Haskell Institute 25, SBC 0 SBC 37, Bethany 0 SBC 19, Ottawa 0 SBC 21, Central Missouri St. 6 SBC 36, Chillicothe Business 0 SBC 12, West Texas A & M 7 SBC 32, Rockhurst 13 SBC 33, Northwest Missouri St. 0 SBC 27, Tarkio 7 Record – 8-1 Captains – William O’Neal John Beattie 1934 SBC 18, Ottawa 0 SBC 38, Hastings 13 Kansas 34, SBC 12 SBC 26, College of Emporia 6 SBC 6, Fort Hays St. 6 SBC 37, Chillicothe Business 13 SBC 27, Rockhurst 6 SBC 19, West Texas A&M 14 SBC 18, Tarkio 0 Record – 7-1-1 Captain – Chester Nadolski 1935 SBC 19, Baker 0 Kansas 42, SBC 0 SBC 13, Washburn 6 SBC 7, College of Emporia 0 SBC 18, Fort Hays 0 SBC 21, West Texas A&M 7 SBC 26, St. Viator’s 9 SBC 25, Haskell Institute 14 SBC 19, Rockhurst 7 Record - 8-1 Captain – Joe Mermis 1936 SBC 31, Milwaukee St. Teachers 13 SBC 27, Emporia St. 7 SBC 25, Haskell Institute 0 SBC 27, Fort Hays St. 12 SBC 19, Hastings 12 SBC 32, Rockhurst 6 SBC 31, St. Mary’s 0 SBC 19, West Texas A&M 0

Record – 8-0 Captain – Leo Deutsch Marty Peters (1937-’41)

1937 Creighton 6, SBC 0 SBC 20, Emporia St. 20 SBC 19, Oklahoma City 7 SBC 26, Hastings 0 West Texas A&M 20, SBC 0 SBC 7, Fort Hays St. 7 John Carroll 7, SBC 0 SBC 13, Washburn 0 SBC 6, Rockhurst 2 Record – 4-3-2 Captain – Don Martin 1938 SBC 19, Fort Hays St. 14 SBC 19, Emporia St. 6 SBC 25, St. Norbert’s 6 SBC 0, St. Ambrose 0 Creighton 39, SBC 6 SBC 7, Rockhurst 0 West Texas A&M 28, SBC 0 Record – 4-2-1 Captain – Gus Milak 1939 SBC 12, Emporia St. 7 SBC 28, St. Norbert’s 6 SBC 13, Fort Hays St. 7 Washburn 20, SBC 14 Pittsburg St. 7, SBC 0 SBC 6, Rockhurst 2 SBC 33, Southwestern 13 Record – 5-2 (3-2) Captain – Joe Ziemba 1940 CIC Champions (4-0) SBC 20, Kansas Wesleyan 0 Wichita St. 33, SBC 0 SBC 6, Fort Hays St. 0 Notre Dame B 7, SBC 0 West Texas A&M 40, SBC 14 SBC 26, Pittsburg St. 14 SBC 19, Southwestern 13 SBC 13, Emporia St. 6 SBC 38, Rockhurst 19 Washburn 20, SBC 0 Record – 6-4 Captain – Nick Foran 1941 Creighton 13, SBC 7 SBC 6, Rockhurst 0 SBC 7, Wichita St. 0 Southwestern 13, SBC 0 SBC 7, Washburn 6 SBC 7, Pittsburg St. 0 SBC 7, Emporia St. 7 SBC 26, Fort Hays St. 7 Record – 5-2-1 (1-1)

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Rev. Michael Carroll (1942)

1942 SBC 12, Kearney St. 6 Wichita St. 18, SBC 6 SBC 13, Rockhurst 0 SBC 33, Fort Hays St. 0 SBC 34, Washburn 6 Pittsburg St. 6, SBC 0 SBC 20, Southwestern 7 SBC 33, Emporia St. 6 Record – 6-2 (4-1, 2nd) Captains – Lawrence A. Visnic Irvin H. Comp Marty Peters (1946-’47)

1946 Missouri B 30, SBC 6 SBC 18, College of Emporia 0 SBC 26, Rockhurst 7 SBC 14, Fort Hays St. 7 Washburn 27, SBC 6 SBC 7, Pittsburg St. 7 Southwestern 7, SBC 4 SBC 26, Emporia St. 14 Record – 4-3-1 (2-2-1) Captain – Jim Clements 1947 SBC 12, Bethel 0 Springfield 21, SBC 6 Central Oklahoma 45, SBC 0 Rockhurst 19, SBC 0 Fort Hays St. 27, SBC 7 Washburn 26, SBC 6 Pittsburg St. 19, SBC 6 Southwestern 24, SBC 0 Emporia St. 26, SBC 7 Record – 1-8 Captain – George Wendell Robert Walsh (1948-’49)

1948 Springfield 14, SBC 6 Central Oklahoma 40, SBC 0 Rockhurst 13, SBC 0 Fort Hays St. 40, SBC 0 Washburn 53, SBC 0 Pittsburg St. 28, SBC 0 Southwestern 24, SBC 6 Emporia St. 71, SBC 6 Loras 42, SBC 6 Record – 0-9 (0-5) 1949 SBC 39, Concordia 0 SBC 13, William Jewell 6 SBC 27, Rockhurst 13 Loras 33, SBC 6 Fort Hays St. 33, SBC 20 Washburn 21, SBC 6 Pittsburg St. 41, SBC 7 SBC 6, Southwestern 0 Emporia St. 24, SBC 0 Record – 4-5 (2-4) Captain – Charlie Benko Leo Deutsch (1950-’52)

1950 SBC 32, Sterling 7 SBC 19, William Jewell 14 SBC 19, Kansas Wesleyan 14

SBC 7, Fort Hays St. 7 Washburn 10, SBC 0 Pittsburg St. 7, SBC 6 SBC 26, Southwestern 6 Emporia St. 26, SBC 6 Central Missouri St. 20, SBC 6 Record – 4-4-1 1951 NE Missouri St. 20, SBC 12 SBC 20, Fort Hays St. 19 Central Missouri St. 33, SBC 21 SBC 33, Washburn 13 Pittsburg St. 25, SBC 6 William Jewell 19, SBC 0 SBC 12, Southwestern 6 Emporia St. 33, SBC 6 SBC 26, Quincy 24 Record – 4-5 1952 Southwest Missouri St. 6, SBC 0 SBC 33, Central Missouri St. 7 William Jewell 47, SBC 24 SBC 14, Fort Hays St. 2 Washburn 27, SBC 20 SBC 18, Pittsburg St. 13 SBC 19, Southwestern 0 Emporia St. 13, SBC 0 SBC 20, Quincy 7 Record – 5-4 Ivan Schottel (1953-’62)

1953 CIC Co-Champions SBC 14, SW Missouri St. 6 William Jewell 13, SBC 7 SBC 20, Fort Hays St. 8 Washburn 26, SBC 0 SBC 20, Quincy 6 SBC 13, Pittsburg St. 6 SBC 40, Southwestern 7 SBC 19, Emporia St. 7 SBC 12, Central Missouri St. 6 Record – 7-2 1954 NE Oklahoma 19, SBC 18 SBC 7, William Jewell 7 Pittsburg St. 14, SBC 7 Washburn 13, SBC 6 SBC 13, Southwestern 0 SBC 13, Fort Hays Sst. 12 Emporia St. 27, SBC 26 Kansas B 27, SBC 25 Record – 2-5-1 1955 Northestern Oklahoma 28, SBC 6 St. Ambrose 13, SBC 6 SBC 20, William Jewell 13 Pittsburg St. 38, SBC 7 Washburn 27, SBC 19 SBC 52, Southwestern 6 Fort Hays St. 27, SBC 7 SBC 20, Emporia St. 7 Missouri Valley 25, SBC 7 Record - 3-6 1956 CIC Champions Mineral Water Bowl Champions St. Ambrose 14, SBC 6 SBC 12, Northeast Missouri St. 6

William Jewell 13, SBC 6 SBC 26, Pittsburg St. 6 SBC 14, Washburn 13 Southwestern 15, SBC 0 SBC 46, Fort Hays St. 0 SBC 25, Emporia St. 14 SBC 21, Missouri Valley 14 Mineral Water Bowl at Excelsior Springs: SBC 14, NE Okla.13 Record – 7-3 1957 SBC 32, NE Missouri St. 13 SBC 34, William Jewell 6 Pittsburg St. 17, SBC 13 SBC 40, Washburn 13 SBC 52, Southwestern 0 SBC 38, Fort Hays St. 24 SBC 46, Emporia St. 13 SBC 23, St. Ambrose 13 Record – 7-1 1958 CIC Champions NAIA Playoffs SBC 25, SW Missouri St. 21 SBC 20, Hastings 14 SBC 27, St. Ambrose 7 SBC 34, Central Oklahoma 14 SBC 26, Pittsburg St. 19 SBC 33, Washburn 2 SBC 48, Southwestern 0 SBC 41, Fort Hays St. 0 SBC 28, Emporia St. 6 SBC 21, Willliam Jewell 20 NAIA Western Playoff at Talequah, OK NE Oklahoma 19. SBC 14 Record – 10-1 1959 CIC Champions Southwestern Missouri 19, SBC 6 Hastings 13, SBC 12 SBC 7, St. Ambrose 6 Central Oklahoma 8, SBC 0 SBC 13, Pittsburg St. 12 SBC 31, Washburn 0 SBC 21, Nebraska-Omaha 12 SBC 45, Fort Hays St. 27 SBC 22, Emporia St. 13 SBC 25, William Jewell 21 Record – 7-3 1960 CIC Champions SE Missouri St. 16, SBC 15 SBC 22, Southwest Missouri St. 0 SBC 41, Pittsburg St. 19 SBC 37, Washburn 14 SBC 33, Nebraska-Omaha 13 SBC 13, Fort Hays St. 21 SBC 13, Emporia St. 12 SBC 34, William Jewell 13 Record – 7-1 1961 Hillsdale 20, SBC 0 Southeast Missouri St. 14, SBC 0 Southwest Missouri St. 7 SBC 0 Pittsburg St. 26, SBC 0 SBC 25, Washburn 14 Nebraska-Omaha 33, SBC 14 Fort Hays St. 21, SBC 14

SBC 19, Emporia St. 0 William Jewell 34, SBC 14 Record – 2-7 1962 SE Missouri St. 33, SBC 13 SBC 13, SW Missouri St. 13 Pittsburg St. 34, SBC 14 Washburn 34, SBC14 Nebraska-Omaha 39, SBC 7 Fort Hays st. 21, SBC 0 Emporia St. 21, SBC 19 Williams Jewell 13, SBC 0 Record – 0-7-1 (Football discontinued) John Baricevic (1970-’73) 1970 (Club) Loyola (Calif.) 35, SBC 0 SBC 6, St. Mary’s B 6 St. Louis 41, SBC 0 Loyola (Ill.) 24, SBC 19 SBC 21, William Jewell 19 Record – 1-3-1 1971 (Club) Loyola (Calif.) 52, BC 0 Loyola (Ill.) 38, BC 20 St. Louis 17, BC 7 Loras 18, BC 0 Chicago 12, BC 0 BC 27, St. Mary’s (Texas) 0 Northwood (Texas) 33, BC 6 BC 7, Northeastern Illinois 6 Record – 2-6 1972 (Club) BC 15, St. Louis 0 Loras 38, BC 13 BC 10, St. Louis 6 Northeastern Illinois 40, BC 0 Arkansas-Monticello 60, BC 0 College of Emporia 37, BC 0 Culver-Stockton 23, BC 20 BC 30, Marquette 6 Record – 3-5

1973 - Varsity Status College of Emporia 6, BC 0 BC 7, Northeastern Illinois 0 Arkansas-Monticello 55, BC 0 Culver-Stockton 39, BC 6 BC 13, St. Louis 0 Missouri Western 42, BC 7 Peru St. 26, BC 0 BC 12, Loras 6 Loras 6, BC 0 Record – 3-6


George Tardiff (1974-’76)

1974 Baker 27, BC 7 Friends 27, BC 23 Culver-Stockton 18, BC 0 Peru St. 10, BC 7 Washburn 24, BC 12 BC 26, Missouri Western 16 BC 14, Tarkio 0 BC 13, Tabor 0 Nebraska Wesleyan 7, BC 3 Record – 3-6 1975 BC 7, Culver-Stockton 0 Washburn 24, BC 7 Hastings 40, BC 14 BC 7, Friends 0 BC 14, Baker 13 Peru St. 20, BC 14 Missouri Western 46, BC 13 BC 20, Tarkio 6 BC 24, Tabor 22 Nebraska Wesleyan 22, BC 14 Record – 5-5 1976 Boot Hill Bowl Champions William Penn 41, BC 0 BC 47, Culver-Stockton 10 BC 17, William Jewell 16 BC 31, Friends 7 BC 48, Peru St. 26 Missouri Western 32, BC 28 Austin 20, BC 7 BC 56, Tabor 0 Northwestern (Iowa) 28, BC 10 BC 21, Emporia St. 15 Boot Hill Bowl at Dodge City, KS BC 29, Washburn 14 Record – 7-4 Matt May (1977-’78)

1977 Boot Hill Bowl at Dodge City, KS Missouri Southern 37, BC 16 BC 29, William Penn 6 Missouri Valley 26, BC 23 BC 21, William Jewell 17 BC 38, Friends 0 Peru St. 14, BC 6 BC 34, Colorado College 33 BC 31, Austin 13 BC 56, Tabor 0 BC 53, Evangel 26 Boot Hill Bowl Missouri Western 35, BC 30 Record – 7-4 1978 Central Methodist 29, BC 12 BC 12, Emporia St. 7 BC 27, William Jewell 17 BC 41, Friends 6 Peru St. 19, BC 13 Colorado College 43, BC 35 Bethany 28, BC 26 Evangel 42, BC 25 Missouri Valley 28, BC 15 Record – 3-6

Larry Wilcox (1979-Current)

1979 BC 14, Central Methodist 0 Emporia St. 13, BC 3 William Jewell 32, BC 20 Friends 8, BC 7 Peru St. 13, BC 12 Evangel 34, BC 13 Bethany 31, BC 0 BC 18, Ottawa 17 MidAmerica Nazarene 45, BC 36 Missouri Valley 31, BC 15 Record – 2-8 1980 Washburn 29, BC 27 BC 9, Emporia St. 6 William Jewell 21, BC 14 Hastings 41, BC 7 Peru St. 31, BC 0 Panhandle St. 35, BC 14 BC 41, MidAmerica Nazarene 7 BC 49, Dana 28 Missouri Valley 44, BC 26 Bethany 23, BC 14 Record – 3-7 1981 BC 10, Washburn 7 Missouri Western 37, BC 16 William Jewell 42, BC 15 Peru St. 16, BC 15 Panhandle St. 23, BC 14 Bethany 10, BC 7 BC 31, MidAmerica Nazarene 0 BC 48, Dana 27 BC 32, Hastings 13 Concordia (Neb.) 33, BC 15 Record – 4-6 1982 BC 30, Missouri Western 10 BC 24, Washburn 10 BC 31, Nebraska Wesleyan 14 BC 49, Peru St. 14 Baker 28, BC 18 BC 27, Central Methodist 10 BC 35, MidAmerica Nazarene 7 Panhandle St. 14, BC 11 William Jewell 32, BC 27 Concordia (Neb.) 19, BC 16 Record – 6-4 Highest Ranking – No.9 1983 BC 39, St. Mary of the Plains 0 Washburn 35, BC 28 BC 49, Nebraska Wesleyan 40 BC 16, Peru St. 0 Baker 20, BC 15 BC 28, Central Methodist 22 MidAmerica Nazarene 13, BC 9 BC 31, Southwest Baptist 13 William Jewell 55, BC 25 BC 26, Concordia (Neb.) 13 Record – 6-4 Pre-season Ranking – No. 19 Highest Ranking – No. 14 1984 BC 31, St. Mary of the Plains 21 BC 34, Concordia (Neb.) 27 BC 24, MidAmerica Nazarene 7

Iowa Wesleyan 43, BC 28 Panhandle St. 23, BC 21 BC 49, Westmar 35 Evangel 10, BC 7 BC 54, Southwest Baptist 7 BC 30, Peru St. 0 Nebraska Wesleyan 21, BC 16 Record 6-4 Highest Ranking – No. 7 1985 NAIA Playoffs BC 52, MidAmerica Nazarene 18 BC 42, Concordia 28 BC 64, Iowa Wesleyan 0 BC 46, Panhandle St. 15 BC 56, Westmar 0 BC 42, Evangel 13 BC 28, Southwest Baptist 26 BC 49, Peru St. 17 BC 52, Nebraska Wesleyan 31 BC 35, William Jewell 17 NAIA Playoff at Atchison, KS Northwestern (IA) 32, BC 22 Record – 10-1 Highest Ranking – No. 2 Final Ranking – No. 2 1986 Sunflower Bowl BC 28, Concordia 17 BC 53, Central Methodist 26 BC 42, William Jewell 10 BC 42, Nebraska Wesleyan 38 Panhandle St. 27, BC 20 BC 45, Evangel 43 BC 39, Southwest Baptist 0 BC 44, Peru St. 32 Northwestern (IA) 27, BC 24 Sunflower Bowl at Winfield, KS Tarleton St. (TX) 40, BC 38 Record – 7-3 Pre-season Ranking – No. 6 Highest Ranking – No. 3 Final Ranking – No. 11 1987 BC 20, Missouri Valley 10 Missouri Western 41, BC 33 Central Methodist 9, BC 7 William Jewell 28, BC 25 Nebraska Wesleyan 21, BC 6 BC 20, Panhandle St. 3 Evangel 35, BC 26 Carroll (MT) 27, BC 20 BC 27, Peru St. 23 BC 27, Northwestern (IA) 8 Concordia (NE) 14, BC 7 Record – 4-7 Pre-season Ranking – No. 9 Highest Ranking – No. 7 1988 BC 40, Tarkio 22 Missouri Western 30, BC 7 Concordia (NE) 24, BC 22 BC 26, William Jewell 22 BC 31, Panhandle St. 20 Northwestern (IA) 42, BC 12 BC 34, Westmar 31 BC 24, Peru St. 21 BC 31, Lincoln 12 BC 23, Missouri Valley 16 Record – 7-3 (2-1)

1989 BC 37, Tarkio 17 Missouri Valley 45, BC 7 BC 27, Concordia (NE) 7 BC 23, William Jewell 3 Northwestern (IA) 14, BC 13 BC 49, Panhandle St. 14 BC 16, Concordia (WI) 15 Peru St. 33, BC 8 Wayne St. 21, BC 16 BC 27, Teikyo-Westmar 25 Record – 6-4 (1-2) Preseason Ranking – No. 21 Highest Ranking – No. 21 1990 Missouri Valley 36, BC 6 BC 25, Concordia (NE) 6 BC 34, William Jewell 33 Dana 20, BC 13 Northwestern (IA) 33, BC 27 BC 21, Panhandle St. 19 BC 29, Lindenwood 15 Peru St. 35, BC 13 Wayne St. 46, BC 13 Teikyo-Westmar 41, BC 7 Record – 4-6 (0-3) 1991 Steamboat Bowl Champions Dana 28, BC 17 BC 13, Missouri Valley 7 BC 49, Concordia (NE) 7 William Jewell 26, BC 7 BC 28, Northwestern (IA) 20 BC 19, Quincy 16 BC 36, Lindenwood 14 BC 53, Panhandle 26 BC 25, MidAmerica Nazarene 22 Minnesota-Morris 14, BC 13 @ Minneapolis Metrodome Classic VIII Steamboat Bowl at Waterloo, IA BC 18, Friends 13 Record – 8-3 Highest Ranking – No. 17 Final Ranking – No. 17 1992 HAAC Co-Champions (7-1) NAIA Semifinals BC 38, Quincy 13 BC 42, William Jewell 20 BC 26, Culver-Stockton 14 BC 35, Evangel 23 BC 51, Concordia (NE) 10 BC 43, MidAmerica Nazarene 6 BC 35, Missouri Valley 23 Baker 33, BC 20 BC 26, Graceland 13 BC 48, Central Methodist 10 NAIA First Round at Atchison, KS BC 17, Hastings 15 NAIA Quarters at Atchison, KS BC 21, Baker 14 NAIA Semifinals at Findlay, OH Findlay 27, BC 24 Record – 11-2 (7-1) Pre-Season ranking – No. 15 Highest Ranking – No. 5 Final Ranking – No. 10


1993 BC 54, Dana 14 BC 28, Willliam Jewell 21 BC 30, Culver-Stockton 17 Evangel 36, BC 13 BC 31, MidAmerica Nazarene 7 Missouri Valley 28, BC 26 BC 42, Baker 38 Graceland 45, BC 33 BC 56, Central Methodist 21 Record – 6-3 (5-3) 1994 Dana 28, No. 25 BC 27 BC 41, William Jewell 17 BC 42, Culver-Stockton 35 #7 Evangel 47, BC 21 BC 31, #22 Peru St. 28 BC 27, MidAmerica Nazarene 11 #25 BC 41, #8 Missouri Valley 11 #12 Baker, #16 BC 13 #22 BC 55, Graceland 17 #21 BC 33, Central Methodist 23 Record – 7-3 (6-2) Pre-Season Ranking – No. 25 Highest Ranking – No. 16 Final Ranking – No. 19 1995 HAAC Champions (9-0) BC 43, William Jewell 8 BC 56, Culver-Stockton 13 BC 34, Evangel 7 BC 27, Peru St. 17 BC 38, MidAmerica Nazarene 21 BC 41, Missouri Valley 35 BC 33, Baker 18 BC 56, Graceland 28 BC 43, Central Methodist 6 NAIA First Round at Atchison, KS Bethany 31 , BC 30 Record – 9-1 (9-0) 1996 #5 BC 24, Friends 14 #6 BC 24, William Jewell 17 # 4 BC 50, Culver-Stockton 9 #11 Evangel 22, #4 BC 6 #11 BC 49, Lindenwood 30 #11 BC 33, #17 MNU 20 #11 BC 24, Missouri Valley 8 Baker 28, #9 BC 27 #17 BC 49, #21 Graceland 28 #13 BC 52, Central Methodist 6 NAIA First Round Playoff #3 Lambuth (TN) 34, #14 BC 20 Highest Ranking – No. 4 Final Ranking – No. 14 Record - 8-3 (7-2) 1997 #14 BC 19, Friends 9 #16 BC 20, William Jewell 17 #13 BC 38, Culver-Stockton 17 #2 Evangel 31, #10 BC 14 #15 BC 40, Lindenwood 27 #13 BC 23, MNU 16 #11 BC 8, Missouri Valley 0 #12 BC 24, #22 Baker 14 #11 BC 41, Graceland 18 #10 BC 45, Central Methodist 14 NAIA First Round Playoff #6 Jamestown (ND) 55, #10 BC 30 Highest Ranking – No. 10

Final Ranking – No. 10 Record – 9-2 (8-1) 1998 #9 BC 37, Friends 21 #8 BC 13, William Jewell 10 #5 BC 36, Culver Stockton 13 #5 BC 21, #18 Evangel 19 #3 BC 40, #17 Lindenwood 38 #3 BC 13, #21 MidAmerica Naz. 6 #3 BC 39, #16 Missouri Valley 14 Baker 31, #3 BC 3 #8 BC 35, Graceland 0 #6 BC 37, Central Methodist 14 NAIA First Round Playoff #14 Tri-State (IN) 33, #5 BC 28 Highest Ranking – No. 3 Final Ranking – No. 5 Record – 9-2 (8-2) 1999 #3 BC 28, Friends 13 William Jewell 30, #5 BC 23 #12 BC 39, Culver-Stockton 13 #11 BC 34, Evangel 28 Lindenwood 17, #10 BC 14 #15 MidAmerica Nazarene 40, #21 BC 39 #13 Missouri Valley 52, BC 35 (OT) Baker 16, BC 12 BC 51, Graceland 35 BC 55, Central Methodist 10 Highest Ranking – No. 3 Record – 5-5 (4-5) 2000 BC 44, Friends 7 BC 32, William Jewell 13 BC 28, Culver- Stockton 10 BC 30, Evangel 7 BC 20, Lindenwood 17 BC 17, MNU 14 BC 17, Missouri Valley 13 BC 13, Baker 10 BC 34, Graceland 6 BC 27, Central Methodist 0 NAIA First Round Playoff Northwestern (IA) 27, BC 26 Final Ranking – No. 3 Record – 10-1 (10-0) 2001 BC 35, Graceland 14 BC 30, Kansas Wesleyan 14 BC 31, Avila 0 BC 40, William Jewell 14 BC 41, Missouri Valley 17 Evangel 28, BC 21 BC 41, Central Methodist 7 BC 37, Lindenwood 7 BC 24, MNU 10 BC 35, Culver-Stockton 14 BC 46, Baker 9 NAIA First Round Playoff BC 29, NW Oklahoma St. 27 NAIA Quarterfinal Playoff BC 34, Evangel 30 NAIA Semifinal Playoff Sioux Falls 40, BC 6 Highest Ranking – No. 3 Final Ranking – No. 4 Record – 12-2 (10-1) 2002 BC 41, Graceland 24 BC 31, Ottawa 15

BC 38, Avila 7 William Jewell 19, BC 9 BC 38, Missouri Valley 16 BC 20, Evangel 13 BC 24, Central Methodist 3 BC 23, Lindenwood 6 MNU 21, BC 17 BC 52, Culver-Stockton 31 BC 27, Baker 3 NAIA First Round Playoff Northwestern OK State 22, BC 7 Final Ranking – No. 12 Record – 9-3 (9-2) 2003 Missouri Western St 24, BC 3 BC 30, Graceland 0 BC 34, William Jewell 17 BC 24, Evangel 12 BC 17, Central Methodist 6 BC 36, Missouri Valley 7 MNU 35, BC 7 BC 17, Avila 7 BC 17, Baker 7 BC 40, Culver-Stockton 22 BC 31, Lindenwood 9 NAIA First Round Playoff Sioux Falls 24, BC 21 Final Ranking – No. 12 Record – 9-3 (9-2) 2004 Missouri Western 34, BC 14 Graceland 32, BC, 24 BC 31, William Jewell 15 Evangel 42, BC 35 BC 27, Central Methodist 20 Missouri Valley 31, BC 25 MNU 45, BC 17 BC 27, Avila 0 BC 40, Baker 28 BC 27, Culver-Stockton 3 Lindenwood 22, BC 17 Highest Ranking – No. 13 Record – 5-6 (5-5) 2005 BC 31, Baker 27 BC 23, Culver-Stockton 3 Lindenwood 34, BC 30 Graceland 31, BC 24 William Jewell 31, BC 24 BC 41, Evangel 14 BC 24, Central Methodist 17 BC 24, Missouri Valley 21 MNU 35, BC 14 BC 31, Avila 10 Highest Ranking - No. 13 Record - 6-4 (6-4) 2006 Baker 17, BC 13 BC 17, Culver-Stockton 3 BC 33, Lindenwood 10 BC 6, Sterling College 0 BC 28, Graceland 20 BC 21, William Jewell 13 Evangel 19, BC 17 BC 19, Cen. Methodist 10 Missouri Valley 24, BC 7 BC 28, MNU 21 BC 18, Avila 14 Highest Ranking - No. 13 Final Ranking - No. 18 Record 8-3 (7-3)

2007 Missouri Valley 33, BC 27 MNU 40, BC 37 BC 23, Avila 13 Baker 25, BC 20 BC 41, Culver-Stockton 0 Lindenwood 21, BC 16 BC 30, Peru State 28 Graceland 19, BC 17 William Jewell 19, BC 13 Evangel 34, BC 31 BC 20, Cen. Methodist 13 Highest Ranking: No. 19 Record 4-7 (3-7) 2008 Missouri Valley 26, BC 16 MNU 26, BC 23 BC 20, Avila 10 Baker 35, BC 24 BC 45, Culver-Stockton 20 Lindenwood 36, BC 33 BC 36, Peru State 13 BC 30, Graceland 7 BC 47, William Jewell 3 BC 14, Evangel 13 BC 32, Central Methodist 14 Record 7-4 (6-4) 2009 BC 24, William Jewell 7 BC 30, Evangel 13 Central Methodist 45, BC 26 Missouri Valley 21, BC 20 MNU 42, BC 30 BC 31, Avila 0 Baker 29, BC 21 BC 49, Culver-Stockton 7 Lindenwood 41, BC 31 BC 42, Peru State 34 BC 28, Graceland 16 Record 6-5 (5-5) 2010 BC 21, William Jewell 0 BC 38, Evangel 19 BC 28, Central Methodst 14 Missouri Valley 34, BC 21 MNU 23, BC 7 BC 47, Avila 7 Baker 20, BC 14 BC 45, Culver-Stockton 17 Lindenwood 40, BC 24 BC 28, Peru State 0 BC 24, Graceland 6 Highest Ranking - No. 16 Final Ranking - RV Record 7-4 (6-4)


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2011 Benedictine College Football Schedule Concordia (Neb.) University Sterling College Graceland University Peru State College Evangel University (Family Weekend) Central Methodist University Missouri Valley College MidAmerica Nazarene University Avila University (Homecoming Weekend) Baker University Culver-Stockton College (Senior Day)

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Junior Varsity Schedule Sept. 5 Kansas Wesleyan University Salina, Kan. Sept. 12 Ottawa University HOME Oct. 24 Kansas Wesleyan University HOME

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Freshman Schedule Sept. 18 Black & White Game HOME Oct. 2 Family Weekend Game HOME Nov. 6 Steak Bowl Game HOME

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