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2010 BIG SOUTH CONFERENCE FOOTBALL MEDIA GUIDE

BIG SOUTH CONFERENCE

TABLE OF CONTENTS

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GENERAL INFORMATION Big South Conference Directory .............................................................1 Media Information ...........................................................................2-3 Big South History and Overview.......................................................... 4-5 Big South Commissioner Kyle B. Kallander ................................................6 Big South Football History ....................................................................7 Big South Conference Hall of Fame ........................................................8

Founded..................................................................................... 1983 President.......................................... Dr. Nido Qubein, High Point University Vice President .................................... Penelope W. Kyle, Radford University Secretary ................................................. Dr. Anne Ponder, UNC Asheville Commissioner ...............................................................Kyle B. Kallander Associate Commissioner - Marketing ......................... James F. Companion, Jr. Associate Commissioner - Compliance...................................... Dawn Turner Assistant Commissioner - Public Relations ................................Mark Simpson Director of Marketing..............................................................Chad Cook Coordinator of New Media......................................................Mark Bryant Assistant Director of Public Relations ....................................... Nic Bowman Office Manager ................................................................ Nancy Perkins Marketing Assistant .............................................................. John Brown Public Relations Assistant...................................................Deandra Danch Compliance/Administrative Assistant ................................... Sherika McLean Coordinator of Football Officials .............................................Doug Rhoads

2010 FOOTBALL PREVIEW Preseason All-Conference Team, Preseason Poll....................................... 10 Notes and Information ................................................................... 11-12 Big South Players in the NFL ............................................................... 13 TEAM INFORMATION 2010 Composite Schedule .................................................................. 14 Non-Conference History, vs. 2010 Opponents .......................................... 15 Charleston Southern University ........................................................16-19 Coastal Carolina University............................................................. 20-23 Gardner-Webb University ................................................................24-27 Liberty University .........................................................................28-31 Presbyterian College .....................................................................32-35 Stony Brook University .................................................................. 36-39 Virginia Military Institute................................................................ 40-43

Member Institutions (10): Charleston Southern University, Coastal Carolina University, Gardner-Webb University, High Point University, Liberty University, Presbyterian College, Radford University, UNC Asheville, Virginia Military Institute, Winthrop University.

2009 YEAR-IN-REVIEW Standings/Results ............................................................................ 44 Players of the Week, All-Conference, Weekly Polls ................................... 45 National Honors .............................................................................. 46 Final Team Statistics -- Big South, NCAA ............................................ 47-48 Final Individual Statistics -- Big South, NCAA ....................................... 49-50

Associate Members: Stony Brook University (football), Bucknell University (women’s golf), College of the Holy Cross (women’s golf). Future Members: Campbell University (2011-12) Geographical Breakdown (3 states): North Carolina (3) - Gardner-Webb University, High Point University, UNC Asheville; South Carolina (4) - Charleston Southern University, Coastal Carolina University, Presbyterian College, Winthrop University; Virginia (3) - Liberty University, Radford University, Virginia Military Institute.

FOOTBALL HISTORY Year-by-Year Standings & Results.......................................................51-57 Big South Conference FCS Playoff History............................................... 58 Coaching History, Team-by-Team Annual Won-Loss Records ........................ 59 All-Time All-Conference Honors, All-Academic Teams ............................ 60-62 All-Time Players of the Week, Annual Award Winners ............................ 63-65 All-Time National Honors ............................................................... 66-69 All-Time Preseason All-Conference History.............................................. 70 Attendance Records, Winning Streaks, Final Poll Rankings .......................... 71

CREDITS The 2010 Big South Conference Football Media Guide was produced by the Big South Conference Public Relations Department. Copyright 2010, The Big South Conference. All Rights Reserved. Layout, Design, Writer and Editor: Mark Simpson. Cover Design and other design concepts: Nic Bowman. Assistance was provided by Mark Bryant and Deandra Danch. A special thanks to the Big South Conference Football Sports Information Directors and Assistant SIDs for providing material critical to this publication. Photos courtesy of Big South member institutions, Sideline Sports, Miami Dolphins, Jacksonville Jaguars, Cincinnati Bengals, San Diego Chargers and Seattle Seahawks. Information in this guide is accurate as of August 11, 2010.

FOOTBALL RECORDS Annual Statistical Leaders ...............................................................72-74 All-Time Longest Plays ...................................................................... 75 Individual Records -- Single-Game and Single-Season ............................. 76-82 Career Records ........................................................................... 83-86 Team Records -- Single-Game and Single-Season ...................................87-95

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MEDIA INFORMATION The 2010 Big South Conference Football Media Guide has been prepared to assist media members in their coverage of Big South Football. We trust many of your questions will be answered in the pages of this guide. However, should you need additional information or assistance, please feel free to contact MARK SIMPSON at 704-341-7990 (office), 704574-0023 (cell) or at marks@bigsouth.org. We appreciate your interest and coverage in Big South Conference Football, and look forward to working with you throughout the season. WEEKLY REPORTS • Every Monday by 5:00pm ET, the Big South Conference public relations office produces a weekly football report featuring updated standings, scores and notes from around the League. The report is available to the media via email distribution, as well as online in PDF format at BigSouthSports.com, under the “Weekly Reports” section on the football page. The Big South also issues a weekly “preview” release, detailing information on that week’s upcoming games. WEEKLY AWARDS • Each Monday during the season, the Big South selects an Offensive, Defensive and Special Teams Player of the Week, as well as a Freshman of the Week. The weekly awards are announced between 12:00-1:00pm on Mondays, in addition to being available with the full weekly report.

MARK SIMPSON Big South Conference Office: 704-341-7990 Cell: 704-574-0023 marks@bigsouth.org www.BigSouthSports.com Fax: 704-341-7991

BLAKE FREELAND Charleston Southern Office: 843-863-7687 Cell: 843-729-0483 bfreeland@csuniv.edu www.csusports.com Press Box: 843-863-7661

STATISTICS • Team and individual statistics for all games will be updated each Sunday morning during the season and will be available to the media online at BigSouthSports.com. WEEKLY TELECONFERENCE • The Big South Conference office conducts a weekly media teleconference involving each head coach Tuesday mornings during the season, beginning at 10:20am ET. Each coach will speak for 10 minutes in the following order: Steve Patton (GWU), Danny Rocco (LU), Sparky Woods (VMI), Chuck Priore (SBU), Jay Mills (CSU), David Bennett (CCU) and Harold Nichols (PC). The first call will be held Tuesday, Aug. 31 - entering Week One - through Tuesday, Nov. 23. Each call will be recorded and available for playback on the Conference’s website, BigSouthSports.com. To inquire about participation, contact Mark Simpson at 704-341-7990 or marks@bigsouth.org. MULTIMEDIA • Through a partnership with NeuLion, the Big South Conference maintains a progressive website, which contains all the latest information and statistics about the League’s members and its 18 Division I sports. The website can be accessed at www.BigSouthSports.com. The site also contains a special online Football Media Center, which features pertinent links to each school’s main football information. In addition, the Conference can be followed via Facebook and Twitter (see page 3 for more details on the League’s Social Media outlets). ELECTRONIC MAIL • The Big South Conference maintains an email database for its media members. If you would like to receive the weekly reports and other information via email, please send your name, email address and your media outlet to marks@bigsouth.org. Statistics will also be available via email upon request. CREDENTIALS • Credentials for regular-season games are the responsibility of the host institution, and such requests should be made through the respective Sports Information Director. PRESS BOX • The press box and the media workrooms at all Big South Conference football stadiums are designed to be designated work areas for media and statisticians. No cheering will be tolerated. The Big South Conference and its member institutions reserve the right to remove anyone from its press facilities. ANNUAL AWARDS • At the conclusion of the regular season, select media members will be invited to vote for the football All-Conference first and second teams, Offensive Player of the Year, Defensive Player of the Year, Freshman of the Year and Coach of the Year. Also selected at the end of the season will be the All-Academic team and ScholarAthlete of the Year, which is voted on by the Big South Sports Information Directors. CHAMPIONSHIP INFORMATION • The Big South Conference will declare the team with the best Conference won-loss record its 2010 champion. In the event of a tie, co-Champions will be declared. The Big South champion receives an automatic bid to the FCS playoffs, and if necessary, the League will utilize its tie-breaking procedure to determine the recipient of its automatic bid qualifier. SCHOOL-BY-SCHOOL MEDIA INFORMATION • Each school has its own policies and procedures regarding the media. Please contact the Conference office or the institution’s Football Contact (see right) if you have any questions regarding media procedures.

MIKE CAWOOD Coastal Carolina Office: 843-349-2822 Cell: 843-333-5730 cawood@coastal.edu www.GoCCUSports.com Press Box: 843-234-3404, 843-234-3405 MARC RABB Gardner-Webb Office: 704-406-4355 Cell: 704-974-3662 mrabb@gardner-webb.edu www.gwusports.com Press Box: 704-406-4345

TODD WETMORE Liberty Office: 434-582-2292 Cell: 434-841-8974 twetmore@liberty.edu www.LibertyFlames.com Press Box: 434-582-4628

BRENT HAGER Presbyterian College Office: 864-833-8252 Cell: 704-219-3790 bchager@presby.edu www.gobluehose.com Press Box: 864-833-8330

ADAM GUTES Stony Brook Office: 631-632-7125 Cell: 631-374-7538 agutes@notes.cc.sunysb.edu www.goseawolves.com Press Box: 631-632-4037

WADE BRANNER VMI Office: 540-464-7515 Cell: 540-319-1271 BrannerWH@vmi.edu www.vmikeydets.com Press Box: 540-463-6725

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MEDIA INFORMATION

Date Sept. 2

Game Presbyterian at Wake Forest

Time 6:30pm

Sept. 4

St. Francis (Pa.) at Liberty Coastal Carolina at West Virginia

Sept. 11

Presbyterian at Clemson

3:30pm

ESPN3.com

Oct. 2

Savannah State at Liberty

7:00pm

Flames Sports Network

Oct. 9

Charleston Southern at Liberty *

3:30pm

Flames Sports Network

Oct. 16

Stony Brook at Lafayette

1:00pm

Gardner-Webb at Charleston Southern * Liberty at VMI *

1:30pm 1:30pm

WBPH-TV 60 (Philadelphia), RCN Cable (Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Washington, DC); MASN (tape delay) ESPN3.com Flames Sports Network

12:00pm 3:30pm

Network/Affiliates ESPN3.com

The Big South Conference will have its largest football TV package ever in 2010, as a League-record eight Conference games will be televised this year. Overall, the Big South will appear on television during 10 of the 12 weeks this season, including the final three weeks of the Conference campaign.

Flames Sports Network BIG EAST Network (affils TBA)

Oct. 23

VMI at Charleston Southern * Stony Brook at Coastal Carolina *

11:30am 7:30pm

SportSouth MASN

Oct. 30

VMI at Army

12:00pm

CBS College Sports

Nov. 6

Stony Brook at Presbyterian * Coastal Carolina at VMI * Gardner-Webb at Liberty *

1:00pm 1:30pm 3:30pm

SportSouth ESPN3.com Flames Sports Network

Nov. 13

Liberty at Coastal Carolina *

1:00pm

ESPN3.com

Nov. 20

VMI at Gardner-Webb * Stony Brook at Liberty *

11:30am 3:30pm

SportSouth MASN

BigSouthSports.com is the official Internet home of the Big South Conference. The website boasts updated features and utilizes interactive technology to provide fans and media of Big South schools with the latest news and information. Fans and media can also view live game-day statistics, receive ENews updates, and subscribe for streaming audio and video coverage on the Big South Network. The Big South Network allows subscribers to view live and on-demand audio and video from numerous Big South events, games, highlights, press conferences and other exclusive features.

The Big South’s eight-game TV slate features three games on ESPN3.com, three games on SportSouth, and two on the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network (MASN). In addition, Big South members will appear on the BIG EAST Network and CBS College Sports this fall, while Liberty University’s Flames Sports Network will broadcast five games involving the Flames. Additional telecasts may be added to the overall schedule at a later date. The current TV schedule appears to the left, which is as of August 2, 2010.

desktop to stay on top of the latest Big South news, video and information. BigSouthSports.com also features a mobile store, allowing fans to subscribe for news alerts, delivered via premium SMS messaging. Downloadable products include video and audio clips and custom-branded wallpaper. The site also features a new online merchandise store. Live games on the Big South Network utilizes a three-camera production and now includes more user-friendly features, such as a new video portal for improved video streaming quality, replay and slow motion capability, as well as improved and enhanced graphics.

BigSouthSports.com is on the forefront of social networking, as the site features its own Twitter page, YouTube channel, Facebook presence and official blog to give Big South followers the most up-to-the-minute goings-on around the Big South Conference.

As part of efforts to enrich the Big South Network for all fans, the video portal now offers school-specific channels, allowing users to get their favorite team video content in one easy-to-find location.

The site also features the Big South Vortex, powered by VortexMe.com, which allows users to copy it to their website, blog, personal start page or computer

FOLLOW THE BIG SOUTH CONFERENCE AT.... Twitter:

www.twitter.com/bigsouthsports

Facebook:

www.facebook.com/bigsouthsports

YouTube:

www.youtube.com/bigsouthsports

SHOUT Blog: www.bigsouthshout.blogspot.com

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THIS IS THE BIG SOUTH CONFERENCE Since its founding in 1983, the Big South Conference has matured into a competitive leader in college athletics, actively pursuing excellence on the field of play and in the classroom. The League’s growing presence as an NCAA Division I athletic conference is evident by athletic accomplishments on the national stage, innovative marketing and media partnerships, increased television packages, and quality athletic competition while intentionally fostering the academic, personal, social, athletic and leadership development of each student-athlete. This has evolved into the Conference’s mission of “Developing Leaders Through Athletics.”

In the last 15 years alone, the Big South Conference has experienced monumental growth and success in nearly every sport. During this time, the Conference has had four individual National Champions, more than 220 All-Americans, has reached the “Sweet 16” in men’s soccer, women’s basketball and baseball, has received national Top 25 rankings in football, men’s soccer, men’s basketball, women’s basketball, baseball, men’s outdoor track & field, and men’s golf, had an individual selected to play in the NCAA Singles Championship five times in addition to the first men’s tennis doubles at-large selection, had the No. 1-ranked men’s golfer in the country, has had the nation’s top scoring men’s basketball team four consecutive years as well as the national men’s basketball scoring leader twice, received an at-large playoff berth in the Football Championship Subdivision in 2006, has had four NFL Draft picks, has had seven Olympians, had its first NBA player since the mid-90s, and had an institution finish fifth in the NCAA Men’s Golf Championships -- the Conference’s highest-ever team finish in an NCAA event.

The Big South Conference was formed on August 21, 1983, when Charleston Southern (then Baptist College) Athletic Director HOWARD BAGWELL and Augusta President GEORGE CHRISTENBERRY began recruiting members into the Big South, receiving initial commitments from Augusta, Charleston Southern, Campbell, Coastal Carolina and Winthrop. One month later, Dr. EDWARD M. SINGLETON was selected as the League’s first Commissioner and continued to solicit new members. His efforts led to the additions of Armstrong State, Radford and UNC Asheville, giving the Big South more than the required six members to constitute an official conference. The Big South’s first year of competition was in the Fall of 1984, and in September 1986, the Big South Conference was granted full-fledged NCAA Division I status.

In 2006-07, the Big South was the only Conference nationwide to have an at-large participant in the football playoffs (Coastal Carolina), a team in the Second Round of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament (Winthrop) and a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Baseball Regionals (Coastal Carolina). In fact, Coastal Carolina’s baseball program has been a No. 1 seed four out of the last six years -- including a national seed for the first time in 2010, while the Chanticleers’ FCS playoff berth in 2006 came in just the fifth-year of the Big South’s football existence. The 2009-10 season saw Liberty’s SAM CHELANGA win two NCAA National Championships (Cross Country, Outdoor Track 10,000-meter run), Coastal Carolina’s baseball team reached the Super Regionals for the second time in three years as well as being ranked No. 1 in the national RPI and as high as No. 3 in the national polls; and three women’s basketball teams reach the postseason for the first time in Conference history. Two former Big South student-athletes also reached national prominence last year. VMI’s REGGIE WILLIAMS reached the NBA with the Golden State Warriors, and Coastal Carolina’s DUSTIN JOHNSON captured his third PGA Tour win during his third year on the tour.

During its infancy and prior to securing automatic bids to NCAA Championships, the Big South made early strides in earning at-large berths in several national postseason events, including volleyball, women’s basketball and women’s golf. In 1989, GEORGE F. “BUDDY” SASSER replaced the retiring Dr. Singleton as Commissioner, and in 1990, the League received its first automatic bid -- receiving an automatic qualifier to the NCAA Baseball Championship. Under Sasser’s seven years of leadership, the Conference implemented its public relations and compliance programs, and introduced its first-ever men’s basketball television package, featuring the Big South competing among some of the finest teams in the nation. In August 1996, KYLE B. KALLANDER replaced Sasser as the League’s third Commissioner, and in his 14 years at the helm of the Big South, Kallander has been instrumental in aggressively promoting the Conference to new heights. The Conference has enjoyed record levels in marketing revenue during the past several years, he has brought television coverage to Big South women’s basketball, baseball and softball for the first time in Conference history, as well as increased national television exposure to the League as a whole through aggressive and unique television packages.

The Conference’s tagline, “Developing Leaders Through Athletics” was unveiled in 2008-09 in conjunction with the Conference’s 25th Anniversary. The League also honored its heritage by unveiling the Top 25 “Best of the Best” moments in League history from 19832008, with Liberty University’s 10-year women’s basketball championship run from 1996-2007 being crowned the No. 1 moment in the Big South’s first 25 years. The Conference’s on-field accomplishments have been duplicated in the classroom. Annually, more than 40 percent of Conference student-athletes are named to the Big South’s Presidential Honor Roll for maintaining a cumulative 3.0 grade-point average, and the League has had more than 95 Academic All-Americans in its 26 years of existence.

Under Kallander’s leadership, the Big South developed and initiated its first long-range strategic plan, re-affirming the League’s vision as a distinctive athletic Conference committed to the quality of institutional life through athletic competition. He also spearheaded the efforts to add football as a championship sport, which came to fruition in 2002, and has solidified Conference membership with the additions of High Point, Gardner-Webb and Presbyterian College, and in 2011-12, the return of charter member Campbell University. Kallander’s long range vision has also included technological advancements, as the Conference introduced its first live event video streaming in 2005 and has since expanded its video offerings to more than 700 events annually through a partnership with the member institutions, as well as the creation of several online and social media platforms.

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THE BIG SOUTH CONFERENCE FOOTPRINT Stony Brook University Stony Brook, N.Y.

Liberty University Lynchburg, Va.

Virginia Military Institute Lexington, Va.

High Point University High Point, N.C.

Radford University Radford, Va. UNC Asheville Asheville, N.C.

Big South Conference Office Charlotte, N.C. Winthrop University Rock Hill, S.C.

Gardner-Webb University Boiling Springs, N.C.

Coastal Carolina University Conway, S.C.

Presbyterian College Clinton, S.C.

Charleston Southern University Charleston, S.C.

Institutions listed in grey do not play football. Gardner-Webb University joined the Big South Conference full-time on July 1, 2008. Presbyterian College is transitioning to Division I and will become a full-fledged member in 2011-12. Stony Brook University joined the Big South as an associate football member in 2008. Charter member Campbell University will re-join the Big South Conference in 2011-12, pushing the membership to 11, an all-time high in League history. The Big South Conference office is headquartered on the south side of Charlotte, N.C. Originally located in Myrtle Beach, S.C., the office moved to Winthrop University in 1996 on an interim basis until the Charlotte location was ready in late 1997.

Approximate Mileage Between Institutions (Football members in bold italics)

CHARLESTON SOUTHERN

113

238

284

410

193

390

817

267

430

169

259

193

295

173

300

738

295

346

200

131

255

72

205

756

75

286

75

115

190

114

n/a

156

160

94

315

95

474

295

47

222

264

817

101

347

72

n/a

217

87

140

n/a

476

n/a

302

161

COASTAL CAROLINA

113

GARDNER-WEBB

238

259

High Point

284

193

131

LIBERTY

410

295

255

115

PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE

193

173

72

190

315

Radford

390

300

205

114

95

264

STONY BROOK

817

738

756

n/a

474

817

n/a

UNC Asheville

267

295

75

156

295

101

217

n/a

VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE

430

346

286

160

47

347

87

476

302

Winthrop

169

200

75

94

222

72

140

n/a

161

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BIG SOUTH COMMISSIONER KYLE B. KALLANDER Kyle B. Kallander is in his 15th year as Big South Conference Commissioner in 2010-11, a tenure that has seen year-to-year growth in marketing and television, an enhanced Internet presence as well as unparalleled success on the field and in the classroom. Kallander’s development of a long-term strategic plan, which allows the Big South to position itself as unique amongst its peers, has brought football to the Big South as the 18th Conference sport, solidified membership with the recent additions of High Point, VMI, Gardner-Webb and Presbyterian College -- as well as the return of charter member Campbell University in 2011, increased the League’s television exposure for several sports through strong partnerships with regional and national outlets, and spearheaded video streaming of Big South games and events on the League’s website, which began in 2005-06 and now features more than 700 events annually. Kallander has presided over some of the most pivotal events in the League’s entire history both athletically and academically. During his tenure, the Big South has reached the NCAA “Sweet 16” in men’s soccer, women’s basketball and baseball; has had four individual National Champions; had its first All-Americans in men’s and women’s cross country; has had an individual reach the round of 32 in the NCAA Men’s Singles Championship (Radford’s Martin Sayer), has started football and reached the FCS playoffs in five years; had its first-ever national finalist for NCAA Woman of the Year (Winthrop’s Janiva Willis); had members defeat the No. 1-ranked football and baseball team in the nation (Coastal Carolina football vs. James Madison, Winthrop and Coastal Carolina baseball vs. North Carolina, and VMI baseball vs. Virginia); had its first-ever NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament first round win (Winthrop); had its first-ever berth in the NCAA Baseball Super Regionals (Coastal Carolina); has placed two teams in the NCAA Baseball Regionals five times; has had a baseball team earn a No. 1 seed and host an NCAA Regional and Super Regional (Coastal Carolina); had its highest-ever team finish in an NCAA event (Coastal Carolina men’s golf, fifth in 2007); has had women’s basketball, men’s soccer, softball and baseball televised for the first time; has had a softball team reach the NCAA Regional Championship game twice (Winthrop and Radford); has participated and been successful in the ESPN BracketBusters men’s basketball event, and has utilized live video streaming of Conference events to elevate the League’s exposure to new audiences. The Conference has produced more All-Americans since Kallander took office, while increasing its share of Academic All-Americans and All-District selections. More than 40 percent of the League’s student-athletes have achieved at least a 3.0 grade point average the last six years, while several student-athletes have been recipients of NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships during his timeframe. Kallander has also successfully integrated the Conference’s profile with the member institutions’ general student body, notably through the development of the Big South Academic Consortium, which sponsors the annual Academic College Bowl among League members and the Big South Undergraduate Research Symposium. Furthermore, the Big South began offering one male and one female graduating student-athlete a Graduate Fellowship for postgraduate studies in 2006. Named the Big South’s third commissioner on June 24, 1996, Kallander formed the Big South Marketing Group (BSMG) upon his arrival in August 1996, a partnership with member institutions that enables the Conference to develop an integrated marketing strategy and offer comprehensive corporate partnership packages. More recently, the Big South Business Group (BSBG) was created, involving the Chief Financial Officers from each member institution. The BSBG explores ways that members can benefit through working together and with Conference corporate partners. Kallander has overseen a revision of the League’s governance structure and has been instrumental in securing record sponsorship revenues in the past decade, and has been innovative in developing and executing a

public relations plan for the Big South, which has resulted in increased exposure, both on a regional and national level. Nationally, Kallander has been heavily involved in several organizations and committees. He served on the NCAA/USOC Task Force, examining the decline of Olympic sports programs at the nation’s college and universities, chaired the NCAA Olympic Sports Liaison Committee, and served on the NCAA Committee on Women’s Athletics. He currently serves on the NCAA Division I Baseball Committee. As a testament to his leadership, Kallander continues to secure aggressive television packages through relationships with the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network (MASN), SportSouth and ESPN/ESPNU, as well as partnerships with FSN, Fox College Sports and CBS College Sports. Furthermore, the Big South Television Network (BSTN) was created by Kallander in 2001 to serve as a syndicate of Conference events to a regional group of TV stations and cable networks. The partnerships have brought the Big South new and enhanced television exposure for its member institutions and student-athletes. The Conference’s online broadband channel, the Big South Network, serves a world-wide audience. Kallander came to the Big South after serving as Southwest Conference Commissioner during the 1995-96 season. Under his guidance, the Southwest generated more than $22 million in revenue, an all-time record. Kallander was also directly responsible for negotiating and implementing television agreements with CBS, Raycom and Prime Sports Southwest for the 1995-96 football and basketball seasons. He successfully administered the league’s postseason basketball tournaments, which attracted its largest attendance since 1990, and also served as Tournament Director for the 1996 NCAA Men’s Basketball Midwest Region First and Second Round Games in Dallas. Kallander began his collegiate athletics career at his alma mater, the University of Washington, in 1985, where he spent seven years in the athletic department, serving as director of Advertising & Promotions, as well as the Director of Compliance. He joined the Southwest Conference in 1992 as Assistant Commissioner. Kallander received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Physical Education in 1980, and a Master of Science Degree in Kinesiology in 1982, from Washington. He is married to the former Lisa Dallosto and has two children, Stefan, 20, and Tristan, 17.

THE KALLANDER FILE Hometown:

Mercer Island, Wash.

Education:

B.A. in Physical Education, University of Washington, 1980 M.S. in Kinesiology, University of Washington, 1982

Previous Commissioner, Southwest Conference Employment: 1995-96 Date of Hire:

June 24, 1996

Big South Conference Milestones: • Formation of Big South Marketing Group and the Big South Business Group, resulting in record revenue for the Conference. • Addition of new members: High Point, VMI, Presbyterian College and Gardner-Webb, plus football-only member Stony Brook and return of charter member Campbell (2011). • Aggressive television packages, which include coverage by ESPN, ESPNU, FSN, MidAtlantic Sports Network (MASN), Comcast SportsNet, CBS College Sports and SportSouth, which have grown from year-to-year and now include football, men’s and women’s basketball, baseball, and softball. • Progressive approach to Internet presence, including the addition of live video streaming of Big South games and events on newly created online Big South Network, which totals more than 700 annually. • Formation of the Big South Television Network (BSTN), a regionalized network of television stations and cable systems. • Initiation on Strategic Planning process, allowing the League to position itself for future successes. • Addition of three new Championship sports: men’s and women’s indoor track & field in 1997 and football in 2002. • Creation and induction of the League’s first Hall of Fame class in 2003. • Enhancement of League championships. • Creation of Big South Academic Consortium of Big South Chief Academic Officers and Faculty Athletics Representatives to develop shared academic programs and resources among member institutions. • Creation of the Big South Sportsmanship program and Graduate Fellowship program.

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BIG SOUTH CONFERENCE FOOTBALL HISTORY The Big South Conference took a giant step in its young history in the Fall of 2002 when, for the first time in its 19-year history, the League crowned a football champion. Football had always been a long range goal of the Conference. In the early 1990s, football seemed on the horizon in the Big South, as Charleston Southern fielded its first team in 1991 and the Conference added Liberty as a new member, which was already playing on the gridiron. However, football never got off the ground in the early part of the decade as other issues came to the forefront, including the Big South’s emergence as a basketball conference. The League was awarded its first automatic bid to the NCAA men’s basketball championship in 1992 and football was put on the back burner while basketball began to flourish. The idea was revived in 1997 when Elon joined the Big South. That gave the Conference three full-time members with football programs -- half the number needed to be recognized as a Conference by the NCAA. Two years later on November 10, 1999, Coastal Carolina announced it would add football by the Fall of 2003. The wheels were set in motion to establish a Conference home for the League’s football-playing members. After attempts to form a joint football league with the Atlantic Sun Conference failed, the Big South began recruiting more members to join its fledgling football league. On May 23, 2001, the dream became a reality when the Big South’s Council of Chief Executive Officers voted unanimously to add football as the Conference’s 18th championship sport. It became the first sport added since 1997 when men’s and women’s indoor track were incorporated as championship sports. Shortly after the approval of football, the Big

South’s recruiting efforts paid off, as the addition of Gardner-Webb University as an associate football member was announced on June 20, 2001. There were hopes that with the addition of the Bulldogs, a four-team League could begin play later that Fall, with Coastal Carolina coming into the fold in the 2003 season. However, scheduling conflicts could not be worked out, so the Fall of 2002 was designated as the kick-off to Big South Football. The Big South continued to look for additional members, with a goal of eventually having seven or eight playing members. In December of 2001, one of the oldest programs in the state of Virginia, Virginia Military Institute, announced it would join the Big South in all sports in 2003 and maintain the Conference’s football membership at five following Elon’s departure. In 2006, the League moved one step closer to solidying its status as a viable football Conference. First, Coastal Carolina Athletic Director Warren Koegel was appointed to the FCS Football Selection Committee, the Big South’s first-ever representative on a national football committee. On April 6, the Big South added Presbyterian College as its sixth football member. PC, now in the final year of its transition to Division I, officially joined the Big South in all sports in 2008. On May 26, 2006, the Big South announced that associate football member GardnerWebb would join the Conference as full members on July 1, 2008, solidifying the Big South’s football make-up for years to come. With membership coming together, the Big South received a huge boost at the conclusion of the 2006 campaign. League champion Coastal Carolina became the first football member to advance to the postseason when the Chanticleers received an at-large berth in the NCAA Division I Football Cham-

pionship. The Big South took another step closer to becoming eligible for an automatic berth when on March 20, 2007, the Conference announced the addition of Stony Brook University as an associate football member beginning in 2008. All the building efforts came to fruition in the spring of 2008 when the NCAA announced the expansion of the FCS Playoffs from 16 to 20 teams beginning in 2010 and granting the Big South an automatic bid starting that year. The growth of Big South football has been exceptional since its inception just eight years ago. The Big South experienced its most successful campaign in 2006 with Coastal Carolina’s FCS playoff berth; two teams (Coastal Carolina and Charleston Southern) ranked in the national Top 25 in the same week for the first time; four appearances on the ESPN family of networks; and the first-ever NFL Draft pick and first finalist for the Walter Payton Award in Coastal Carolina’s Tyler Thigpen. In 2007, Liberty won its first-ever Big South football championship in record-breaking fashion two years after finishing 1-10 overall; Coastal’s Jerome Simpson (second round) and Gardner-Webb’s Brian Johnston (seventh round) were selected in the NFL Draft, and the League’s five football members combined to average a Big South-record 7,488 fans per game. The Big South produced another nationally-ranked program in 2008 in Liberty, as well as its fourth NFL draft pick in three years -- Liberty’s Rashad Jennings (seventh round). And last season, four players were named First-Team All-Americans, led by Flames’ kicker Matt Bevins being a consensus selection. With an automatic playoff berth officially awarded to its annual champion, the Big South is entering a new era in 2010 while continuing its ascension as a national competitor in FCS football.

MAY 23, 2001 – The Big South Conference announces that it will add football as its 18th championship sport, beginning with the 2002 season.

SEPT. 10, 2005 – Coastal Carolina upsets No. 1-ranked James Madison, 31-27. The Chanticleers, the first Conference member to play the current No. 1 team in the nation, are the second Big South football team to defeat a ranked team.

APRIL 29, 2007 – Coastal Carolina QB Tyler Thigpen becomes the first player in Big South football history to be selected in the NFL Draft when he is selected by the Minnesota Vikings in the seventh round with the 217th overall pick.

OCT. 30, 2005 – Former Liberty RB Sam Gado becomes the second Big South player to play in the NFL when he debuts with Green Bay. Gado later was named the NFL’s Rookie of the Month for November.

APRIL 25, 2008 – The NCAA Board approves the funding for the expansion of the FCS Championship to 20 teams beginning in 2010, assuring every Automatic Qualifier eligible conferences, including the Big South, will have access to the Championship.

OCT. 31, 2005 – Coastal Carolina cracks the Top 10 in three national polls, the Big South’s first-ever appearance in the top 10. Coastal is ranked 8th (ESPN/USA Today), 9th (The Sports Network) and 10th (Weekly Football Gazette).

APRIL 26-27, 2008 – The Big South has two players selected in the NFL Draft, a League first. Coastal Carolina wide receiver Jerome Simpson is selected by the Cincinnati Bengals in the second round with the 46th overall pick, while Gardner-Webb defensive end Brian Johnston is selected by the Kansas City Chiefs in the seventh round with the 210th overall pick.

JUNE 20, 2001 – Gardner-Webb University is added as an associate football member. DEC. 10, 2001 – Virginia Military Institute announces its plans to join the Big South Conference in all sports, beginning in 2003. AUG. 31, 2002 – The Big South officially kicks off its first football season with four members: Charleston Southern, Elon, GardnerWebb and Liberty. Gardner-Webb becomes the first squad to win a game in the Big South, defeating Morgan State 28-24 in the season opener. OCT. 5, 2002 – Gardner-Webb and Liberty meet in the inaugural Conference game in Lynchburg, Va., with the Bulldogs defeating the Flames, 31-21. NOV. 9, 2002 – Gardner-Webb wins the inaugural Big South football championship. MAY 2003 – The Big South signs its first TV agreement to televise Big South football on an annual basis. JULY 1, 2003 – Virginia Military Institute officially joins the Big South. Elon University departs for the Southern Conference. SEPT. 19, 2004 – Former Gardner-Webb standout Jim Maxwell makes his NFL debut with the New York Giants against the Washington Redskins, becoming the first Big South football player to play in the NFL. SEPT. 25, 2004 – Gardner-Webb defeats No. 25 Western Carolina in overtime, the Big South’s first-ever win over a ranked opponent. NOV. 20, 2004 – Coastal Carolina defeats Charleston Southern 52-28 to claim its first Big South football championship in just its second year of existence. The Chants finished the season with a 10-1 record and 4-0 mark in the Conference.

APRIL 6, 2006 - Presbyterian College announces its plan to transition to Division I and join the Big South Conference as full members in 2011-12. SEPT. 23, 2006 – For the first time in Big South football history, a Big South member appears on the ESPN family of networks when Gardner-Webb’s home game vs. Appalachian State is broadcast tape-delayed on ESPNU. The League will have two more broadcasts on ESPN properties during the regular-season (Liberty on ESPN360 and VMI on ESPN Classic).

AUG. 30, 2008 – A record seven former Big South football players made opening day NFL rosters in some capacity, including four players from Coastal Carolina’s 2006 playoff team – Jerome Simpson (Bengals), Quinton Teal (Panthers), Tyler Thigpen (Chiefs) and Mike Tolbert (Chargers). JAN. 24, 2009 – Liberty University running back Rashad Jennings becomes the first Big South player to play in the annual Senior Bowl, college football’s premier pre-draft event.

NOV. 6, 2006 – For the first time in its five-year football history, the Big South has two programs ranked in The Sports Network national Top 25 poll in the same week. Coastal Carolina (No. 16) and Charleston Southern (No. 24) are ranked by The Sports Network, considered the official national poll in FCS.

APRIL 26, 2009 – For the third consecutive year, the Big South has a player selected in the NFL Draft when Liberty’s Rashad Jennings is drafted in the seventh round (250th overall) by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the 2009 NFL Draft.

NOV. 19, 2006 – League champion Coastal Carolina becomes the first Big South member to receive a berth in the NCAA Division I Football Championship when the Chanticleers are selected to the 16-team field as an at-large participant. Coastal fell to eventual national champion Appalachian State in the first round, 45-28, in a nationally-televised game on ESPNU.

AUG. 26, 2009 – Six of the seven Big South football teams receive votes in The Sports Network Preseason Top 25 poll, a Conference record for most teams receiving Top 25 votes in the same poll at any time during the season. Liberty, Coastal Carolina, Charleston Southern, Stony Brook, Presbyterian College and Gardner-Webb each received at least one Top 25 vote.

MARCH 20, 2007 – The Big South adds Stony Brook University as an associate football member, effective in 2008.

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BIG SOUTH CONFERENCE HALL OF FAME BIG SOUTH CONFERENCE HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES 2003 CLASS (inaugural) Howard Bagwell ..........................Charleston Southern Director of Athletics (1965-00) Big South Conference co-Founder Wendell Carr ..............................Campbell Director of Athletics (1974-92) Dr. George A. Christenberry ...........Augusta State President (1970-86) Big South Conference Co-Founder/President (1983-86) Tony Dunkin ...............................Coastal Carolina men’s basketball player (1989-93) Ilona Fekete ...............................UNC Asheville volleyball player (1990-92) Michelle Hall ..............................Coastal Carolina softball player (1990-93) Stephanie Howard .......................Radford women’s basketball player (1986-89) Lisa Kemme ...............................Winthrop softball player (1988-91) George F. “Buddy” Sasser ..............Coastal Carolina Director of Athletics (1986-89, 1996-99) Big South Conference Commissioner (1989-96) Dr. Edward M. “Dick” Singleton .......Coastal Carolina Chancellor (1963-83) Big South Conference Commissioner (1983-89) Dante Washington........................Radford men’s soccer player (1988-92) 2004 CLASS Holly Bottar ...............................Coastal Carolina women’s basketball player (1988-91) Luis Lopez .................................Coastal Carolina baseball player (1991-94) Joe Spinks .................................Campbell men’s basketball player (1990-94) John Vrooman ............................Coastal Carolina baseball coach (1975-77, 1987-95)

The Big South Conference Hall of Fame was formed as part of the League’s 20th anniversary celebration in 2003-04. Each year the Conference will induct up to five (5) individuals into the Hall of Fame. The Conference Hall of Fame is housed at the League Office in Charlotte, N.C., and features historical timelines, images and artwork of the League’s accomplishments and achievements over the years, including All-Americans, Annual Champions and NCAA Tournament successes, as well as each enshrinee’s plaque. The inaugural class was inducted in May 2003 and consisted of 11 former student-athletes, coaches and administrators who were integral in the creation, development and early success of the Big South Conference. Inductees are enshrined as part of the League’s annual Spring Meetings in late May. The Big South Hall of Fame now boasts 41 members. The Hall of Fame did not induct a class in 2009 due to the League’s 25th Anniversary celebration during the 2008-09 campaign.

2005 CLASS Doug Day...................................Radford men’s basketball player (1989-93) Sara Graziano .............................Coastal Carolina softball player (1993-94) Michelle Minton...........................Coastal Carolina softball player (1990-94) Jim Settle ..................................Charleston Southern cross country and track coach (1965-92) Shannan Wilkey...........................Radford women’s basketball player (1990-94) 2006 CLASS Tammy Brown ............................Campbell women’s basketball player (1987-91) Charlene Curtis ...........................Radford women’s basketball coach (1984-90) Bryan Link .................................Winthrop baseball player (1992-95) Hans Olsen.................................Charleston Southern men’s tennis player/coach (1989-92, 1997-01) Chuck Taylor ..............................Radford Director of Athletics (1974-96) 2007 CLASS Dr. Donald Dedmon ......................Radford President (1972-94) Big South Conference President (1986-92) Robert Dowdell ...........................Coastal Carolina men’s basketball player (1987-91) Sherry Johnson ...........................Coastal Carolina softball player (1992-95) Horace Turbeville ........................Winthrop baseball coach (1978-91) Ryan Werner ..............................Liberty men’s track & field athlete (1992-96)

2007 Hall of Fame Class

2008 CLASS Peter Aluma ...............................Liberty men’s basketball player (1993-97) Jeff Greene ...............................Winthrop men’s track & field/cross country (1993-95) Tomas Malik ...............................Coastal Carolina men’s tennis player (1994-97) Janet Wooten .............................Campbell women’s golf (1991-94) Jill Young...................................UNC Asheville women’s soccer player (1993-96) 2010 CLASS Dr. Ron Bradley ...........................Radford men’s basketball coach (1991-02) Catherine Conder ........................Coastal Carolina women’s cross country runner (1994-97) Jim Gardas ................................Charleston Southern men’s golfer (1996-99) Guy Norcott ...............................Coastal Carolina men’s soccer player (1989-92) Kevin Pendley.............................Winthrop men’s golfer (1995-98) Josh Pittman ..............................UNC Asheville men’s basketball player (1994-98)

2008 Hall of Fame Class

2010 Hall of Fame Class

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2010 PRESEASON ALL-CONFERENCE HONORS 2010 PRESEASON PLAYERS OF THE YEAR

2010 BIG SOUTH PRESEASON POLL (as voted by Head Coaches and Media Panel)

PRESEASON OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

TEAM (first-place votes) POINTS 1. Liberty (13).........................................................103 2. Stony Brook (1) .....................................................81 3. Coastal Carolina....................................................68 4. Charleston Southern (1)........................................... 65 5. Gardner-Webb ......................................................54 6. VMI ................................................................... 31 7. Presbyterian College .............................................. 18

Mike Brown, Liberty QB, R-Jr. (Charlottesville, Va.)

* - Presbyterian College is not eligible for the regular-season championship until 2011 due to its transition to Division I.

PRESEASON DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Marty Patterson, Gardner-Webb LB, Sr. (Mt. Airy, Ga.)

2010 NCAA FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP SUBDIVISION INFORMATION PLAYOFF SELECTION SHOW Sunday, Nov. 21, 2010 - 11:00am (ESPN2)

2010 PRESEASON ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM OFFENSE QB Mike Brown, R-Jr., Liberty RB Edwin Gowins, Jr., Stony Brook RB Patrick Hall, Sr., Gardner-Webb WR Gerald Stevenson, Sr., Charleston Southern WR James Perry III, R-Jr., Gardner-Webb WR Chris Summers, R-Jr., Liberty TE David Duran, R-Jr., Coastal Carolina OL Corey O’Daniel, Sr., Gardner-Webb OL Paul Fenaroli, Sr., Stony Brook OL Alex Stadler, R-Sr., Liberty OL Jordan Lancaster, R-Sr., Charleston Southern OL Jamie Dunaway, Soph., Gardner-Webb

FIRST ROUND GAMES Saturday, Nov. 27, 2010 To be determined (on campus) SECOND ROUND GAMES Saturday, Dec. 4, 2010 To be determined (on campus) QUARTERFINALS Saturday, Dec. 11, 2010 To be determined (on campus) SEMIFINALS Friday-Saturday, Dec. 17-18, 2010 To be determined (on campus)

DEFENSE DL Joel Walton, Sr., Charleston Southern DL Asa Chapman, Jr., Liberty DL Josh Wine, Sr., VMI DL Quinton Davis, R-Soph., Coastal Carolina LB Marty Patterson, Sr., Gardner-Webb LB Jeffery Williams, Sr., Gardner-Webb LB Doncel Bolt, Sr., Liberty LB Emilio Calvin, R-Jr., VMI DB Josh Norman, Jr., Coastal Carolina DB Cedric McGowan, R-Sr., Gardner-Webb DB Brent Vinson, Soph., Liberty DB KaJuan Lee, R-Jr., Liberty (tie) DB Chris Kuzdale, Jr., Charleston Southern (tie)

CHAMPIONSHIP GAME Friday, Jan. 7, 2011 Pizza Hut Park Frisco, Texas

SPECIAL TEAMS PK Matt Bevins, Jr., Liberty P Marc Ray, R-Soph., VMI LS Daniel Bonifas, R-Sr., Coastal Carolina KR Tyson Petty, Sr., Gardner-Webb PR Gerald Stevenson, Sr., Charleston Southern

Pizza Hut Park - Frisco, Texas

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2010 BIG SOUTH FOOTBALL NOTES & INFORMATION THIS YEAR IS OUR YEAR -- BIG SOUTH TO ADVANCE TO FCS PLAYOFFS IN 2010 Beginning this season, the Big South Conference will receive an automatic bid to the FCS Playoffs for the first time in League history. The automatic playoff berth coincides with the NCAA’s expansion of the FCS Playoffs to 20 teams. LIBERTY PICKED TO WIN IT ALL IN 2010 For the fourth consecutive season, Liberty University has been tabbed as the favorite in the Big South Conference’s annual preseason football poll for the 2010 campaign, as voted by the League’s head coaches and media panel. The Flames, which have won or shared the Big South title each of the past three seasons, is the first team in League history to be chosen as the preseason favorite four-straight seasons. CLOSE ENCOUNTERS Eleven of the 21 League games played last season were decided by seven points-orless (5.5 point average) -- setting a Conference record. The old record was seven such games in 2005 and 2008, with the average margin of victory being 4.0 points in 2005 and 3.7 in 2008. LIBERTY’S BROWN TABBED PRESEASON OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Liberty redshirt-junior quarterback MIKE BROWN has been voted the Big South’s 2010 Preseason Offensive Player of the Year. Brown was the 2009 Big South Offensive Player of the Year -- becoming the first sophomore in Big South history to win the postseason award. He was named to College Sporting News’ Fabulous 50 All-America team, and started all 11 games a year ago with 10 at wide receiver and one at quarterback. Brown was second in the Big South with 11 touchdowns scored last season (nine rushing and two receiving), as well as second in the League with 60 receptions and third with 698 receiving yards. He also was third in the Conference in all-purpose yards per game (128.8) and second in all-purpose yards per game in Big South contests (119.7). He also rushed for 442 yards on 77 carries (5.7 average) and notched three multi-touchdown games in 2009. Brown is the third Liberty player to be voted Big South Preseason Offensive Player of the Year, joining DRE BARNES (2003, 2004) and RASHAD JENNINGS (2008). GARDNER-WEBB’S PATTERSON PICKED AS PRESEASON DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Gardner-Webb senior linebacker MARTY PATTERSON, who has already been named a 2010 preseason All-American by Phil Steele’s College Football Preview and The Sports Network, has been voted the 2010 Big South Preseason Defensive Player of the Year. Tabbed the 2010 Big South Defensive Player of the Year by Lindy’s College Football Magazine, Patterson stepped in during an injury-plagued 2009 season for the GWU linebacker corps and posted career-best totals with 110 tackles and 14.0 tackles-for-loss to lead the Big South. He had 60 percent of his tackles in Big South Conference games, including a season-high 15 stops vs. Liberty on Nov. 14. A two-time All-Big South selection, Patterson helped the GardnerWebb defense hold four opponents to less than 100 yards rushing in 2009 en route to the League’s top rushing defense. Patterson is the fifth Gardner-Webb player to earn the preseason defensive honor, joining MARIO WILLIAMS (2003, 2004), BRIAN JOHNSTON (2007), MARIO BROWN (2008) and JEFFERY WILLIAMS (2009). POINT OF ORDER VMI has scored a point in its last 60 games -- the longest run in the history of the program and the second-longest scoring streak in Big South history. The Big South record for most consecutive games scoring a point is 67, set by Coastal Carolina from Sept. 6, 2003 - Nov. 15, 2008. Liberty follows VMI, as the Flames’ current streak stands at 52 games, while Presbyterian College has not been shutout in its last 41 games. Gardner-Webb has not been blanked in 22 consecutive contests, followed by Stony Brook (16), Coastal Carolina (10) and Charleston Southern (8). FOUR PLAYERS RECEIVE PRESEASON HONORS FROM THE SPORTS NETWORK The Big South placed four players on The Sports Network’s preseason All-America team. Liberty junior kicker MATT BEVINS earned a spot on the First-Team, with Gardner-Webb senior offensive lineman COREY O’DANIEL garnering Second-Team honors. Gardner-Webb senior linebacker MARTY PATTERSON and Coastal Carolina junior defensive back JOSH NORMAN were named to the Third-Team. FB-YES The Big South will play a League-record 10 games against FBS opponents in 2010. The previous high was eight, just last year. Charleston Southern, Presbyterian College and VMI each will play two FBS foes this season. The Big South has come close to knocking off one of the big boys in recent seasons -- VMI lost to Army by five points last year (22-17), while Gardner-Webb fell to Georgia Tech by three points in 2008 (10-7) and Liberty was edged by Toledo by one point in 2007 (35-34).

RECOGNIZING GOOD WORK Charleston Southern senior offensive lineman JORDAN LANCASTER is among the 112 nominees for the annual Allstate AFCA Good Works Team. Lancaster has a number of honors on and off the field, earning the team’s most improved lineman award after 2009 spring drills. In three seasons with the Bucs, he has played in 29 games and started 26 of them, helping the offensive line finish last year tied for sixth in the nation in sacks allowed. Off the field, Lancaster leads a male athlete Bible study group, tutors elementary school children, and has volunteered four years at the “Closing the Gap in Healthcare” seminar on campus. He is a volunteer youth softball coach and works as a youth pastor intern, helping in the media department and in children’s church. Lancaster is a six-time CSU scholar-athlete and the winner of the CSU Football Total Athlete Award. The Allstate AFCA Good Works Team is widely recognized as the most prestigious community service award in college football. Lancaster is the second Big South football student-athlete to be nominated, as Coastal Carolina redshirt-senior DOMINIQUE DAVENPORT was the first to be nominated in 2008. HEIR APPARENT Stony Brook junior EDWIN GOWINS is the Big South’s active leading rusher with exactly 2,200 rushing yards. He is currently eighth in League history, and enters this season 1,433 yards away from the Big South career record of 3,633, which is held by former Liberty All-American and current Jacksonville Jaguar RASHAD JENNINGS. Gowins, whose nine career 100-yard rushing games is tied for fifth-most in Big South history, has gained his 2,200 rushing yards in 21 career games to rank second among active FCS players with 104.76 rushing yards per game. PICK SIX For the third time in Big South history, four teams won at least six games in the same season last year. Liberty led the 2009 campaign with eight wins, followed by six victories for Stony Brook, Charleston Southern and Gardner-Webb. The feat was first accomplished in 2003 (GWU, LU, VMI, CCU) and matched in 2006 (CCU, CSU, GWU, LU). SEVEN UP Liberty is 16-3 in Big South games since DANNY ROCCO became head coach in 2006, with the three losses by a combined eight points (2.7 average). The Flames’ last seven Big South losses (LU went 0-4 in 2005) have been by a combined 23 points total (3.3 per game average). TOUGH GO OF IT Presbyterian College played a full Division I FCS schedule in 2009, including a full Conference slate. PC’s five non-Conference opponents finished with a combined record of 34-21 last season ( =61.8 winning percentage), including two nine-win teams in Elon and Old Dominion -- giving PC arguably the toughest non-Conference schedule among the Big South members last year. BOTH ENDS OF THE SPECTRUM Liberty was the first Big South team to lead the Conference in scoring offense and scoring defense in the same season twice. The Flames paced the Big South members in 2009 with a national-best 36.4 points on offense, and 19.1 points allowed on defense -- their fourth consecutive League scoring defense title. Liberty first led the Big South in scoring offense and scoring defense in 2007. SEAWOLVES DOUSE THE FIRE Stony Brook ended Liberty’s Big South-record 16-game Conference win streak with its 36-33 victory over the Flames in the 2009 season finale to claim a share of the Big South football championship. The Seawolves are 8-3 in the Big South in their two seasons of associate membership. Stony Brook finished as the League runnerup in 2008 and were co-champions in 2009. HIGH RATE OF RETURN Charleston Southern senior GERALD STEVENSON looks to reclaim his Big South Conference career record for most combined kickoff/punt return yards before the 2010 season is complete. Stevenson ranks second all-time in League history in the category with 1,944 yards, trailing career leader TIM MAYPRAY’s total of 2,492. Stevenson first set the record in Week 2 of the 2009 season before Maypray emerged with the all-time mark. In addition, Stevenson is poised to surpass Maypray in several other categories this season, including kickoff returns, kickoff return yards and combined kickoff/punt returns.

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BIG SOUTH FOOTBALL NOTES & INFORMATION HIDE TIDE Charleston Southern carries a League-best four-game Conference win streak into this season, and scored 30 points in each of the four games -- a first in school history. The win streak is just one away from matching the school record of fivestraight Big South wins. RANKED AMONG THE NATION’S BEST Liberty kicker MATT BEVINS and Coastal Carolina defensive back JOSH NORMAN are among The Sports Network’s Top 10 FCS positional rankings. Bevins is ranked among the top 10 specialists, while Norman is rated one of the Top 10 defensive backs in the nation. BIG SOUTH CONTINUES NFL PRESENCE Buoyed by four NFL draft picks in a three-year span from 2007-09, the Big South Conference continues to produce and develop quality players for the next level. Nine former Big South players were on NFL Training Camp rosters at some point this summer, including rookies TREY JACOBS and CHRIS RICHARDS. Both were signed as undrafted free agents this past spring -- Jacobs (Liberty) by the Washington Redskins and Richards (Stony Brook) by the Seattle Seahawks. They join seven other Big South football players still active in the NFL (see page 13). HOME RUN Coastal Carolina concluded its 2009 home schedule with a perfect 5-0 record, its first undefeated home slate since 2005 and third overall (7-0 in 2004 and 5-0 in 2005). The Chanticleers are the first Big South team to post a perfect record at home three times since Big South football began in 2002. Meanwhile, Stony Brook went a perfect 4-0 at home last year, marking the first time in Big South history that two teams were undefeated at home in the same season. GO-GO-GOWINS Stony Brook junior RB EDWIN GOWINS’ nine rushing TDs in 2009 went for an average of 30.9 yards (39-27-44-32-14-17-52-11-42), and in his career, Gowins is averaging 33.6 yards per rushing touchdown (breakdown: 22 - 20 - 72 - 49 - 3 - 3 - 29 - 62 - 36 - 65 - 32 - 39 - 27 - 44 - 32 - 14 - 17 - 52 - 11 - 42). All but five of his 20 career scores have gone for at least 20 yards, with a career long of 72. Gowins rushed for 12 touchdowns in a nine-game stretch from Nov. 1, 2008 - Oct. 10, 2009, and ended the 2009 season with five TDs in his last two games. RUNNING IN THE HALL Gardner-Webb junior running back PATRICK HALL led the Big South last season with 12 touchdowns, becoming just the second Gardner-Webb player to lead the League in trips to the end zone. In 2005, DUVAUGHN FLAGLER was the Big South’s TD leader with 13. Hall has scored a touchdown in 13 of his 31 career games, with eight being multi-TD performances -- including five last season. His 22 career rushing touchdowns are tied for fourth-most in League history. EVEN STEVEN Charleston Southern senior WR GERALD STEVENSON ranks fourth all-time in Big South history with 3,984 career all-purpose yards. He enters the 2010 season needing 16 yards to become the fourth player in League history with 4,000 in a career, and 637 yards to move into second-place all-time. Stevenson is 2,145 yards away from TIM MAYPRAY’s Big South Conference record of 6,129 career all-purpose yards. Meanwhile, Stevenson, who had career-highs of 364 rushing yards, 55 receptions and 724 receiving yards in 2009, needs just 323 rushing yards to become the second player in League history with 1,000 career rushing and 1,000 career receiving yards. Stevenson is averaging 7.1 yards per rushing attempt in his career. THE LAST ONE STANDING Gardner-Webb is the only Big South member to have not allowed a kickoff return for a touchdown in a Big South Conference game, a span of 34 contests. Meanwhile, Coastal Carolina holds the Big South’s longest streak of not allowing a punt return touchdown in a Conference game at 31 games. The last time the Chanticleers allowed a punt return touchdown in a League game was in their first-ever Big South contest, Oct. 4, 2003 against Gardner-Webb. CROWD PLEASERS Liberty set the Big South single-season record for average attendance in 2009, as the Flames averaged 14,931 fans in six home games. The old record average was 14,190, set by Liberty in 2007. Last season, the Flames drew the largest home crowd in program and Big South Conference history in Week 2, as 16,112 fans witnessed the Flames’ 35-10 victory over North Carolina Central. In addition, the home finale crowd of 15,208 for the VMI game was the largest crowd for a Big South contest.

BUCKING THE TREND Charleston Southern averaged 163.5 rushing yards per game in 2009, its highest since averaging 179.8 yards in 2000. The Bucs rushed for 239 yards in the season finale win over Coastal Carolina, their most rushing yards ever in a Big South game. RUSHING UPDATE Below is a look at the Big South Conference’s active career 1,000-yard rushers and where they rank in League history. 9. 23. 27.

2,200 Edwin Gowins, Stony Brook (2008-) 1,218 Patrick Hall, Gardner-Webb (2007-) 1,107 Eric O’Neal, Coastal Carolina (2007-)

The following players are likely to join the club this season: Charleston Southern’s DeMARCUS MOON (907) and GERALD STEVENSON (677), Liberty’s MIKE BROWN (584), and Presbyterian College’s LANCE BYRD (700) and TRANDON DENDY (554). HIGH OCTANE Liberty scored a Big South-record 271 points during the 2009 Conference season, besting the previous mark of 191 points, which Liberty established in 2007 during a four-game Big South season. The 2009 Flames averaged 45.2 points in six League games, just below the Conference-game record scoring average of 47.8 set by the 2007 Flames. Liberty scored in 23 of 24 quarters against Big South opponents, including the last 17 in a row (LU failed to score in the third quarter at Charleston Southern). Meanwhile, Liberty shares the Big South record for most consecutive games scoring in double figures at 42, matching Coastal Carolina’s streak from Sept. 24, 2005 - Nov. 15, 2008. NOVEMBER SWEEPS Charleston Southern has won its last seven games played in the month of November, going 3-0 in 2009 and 4-0 in 2008. The Bucs are 13-3 ( =81.3 percent) in the month of November since 2005. Coastal Carolina is 16-6 ( =72.7) in its history during the final month of the season, while Liberty is 18-7 ( =72.0) since 2002. Stony Brook is 3-2 in November since joining the Big South in 2008. Coastal Carolina is the only Big South member to win a game in November every season since 2003. BENNETT TURNS 50 Since the Big South Conference began football in 2002, Coastal Carolina head coach DAVID BENNETT is the Big South’s all-time leader in coaching victories with 50. BIG MEN ON CAMPUS The Big South Conference football members have a total of 30 players on its collective rosters weighing at least 300 lbs. Stony Brook has the most with nine, followed by Liberty with seven. Coastal Carolina has five players at or above 300, while Charleston Southern has four 300-pound-plus players. VMI has three players weighing at least 300, with Gardner-Webb at two. Last season, the Big South had 40 players at the 300-pound threshold, and 28 in 2008. THE TALL AND SHORT OF IT The tallest football player in the Big South stands at 6-8, with two players sharing this distinction. The heaviest player is Liberty nose guard ASA CHAPMAN at 380. On the lighter side, the shortest player stands at 5-4 -- Charleston Southern defensive back SAVON SEWARD. Four players weigh the least at 150 pounds each. Below is a team-by-team look at all four categories: School CSU CCU GWU LU PC SBU VMI

Shortest DB Savon Seward (5-4) WR Adrian Sullivan (5-6) CB Ricky Rhodes (5-7) RB Jerry Brown (5-6) K Ed Loughlin (5-6) CB JaVahn Cruz (5-7) RB Gabe Itoka (5-6)

Tallest OL Joe Calderone (6-6) OL Bryan Brooks (6-6) OL Corey O’Daniel (6-7) OT Soeren Wendland (6-7) OL Hunter Haynes (6-6) OL Michael Bamiro (6-8) OL Andrew Marcotte (6-8)

School CSU CCU GWU LU PC SBU VMI

Lightest DB Kenny Johnson (150) WR Adrian Sullivan (150) P Bo Lindsey (150) K Ben Shipps (155) WR Thomas Ligon (160) CB JeVahn Cruz (150) CB Greg Walker (165) WR Alec Thompson (165)

Heaviest OL Joe Calderone (310) OL Seth Smalls (340) OL Corey O’Daniel (335) NG Asa Chapman (380) OL Grayson Sumner (299) OL Michael Bamiro (350) OL Andrew Marcotte (320)

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BIG SOUTH PLAYERS IN THE NFL Big South NFL Players Rodney Burgess, Coastal Carolina DOBSON COLLINS, Gardner-Webb Vicheal Foxx, VMI Tommy Fraser, Coastal Carolina Sam Gado, Liberty

Erick Harris, Liberty Trey Jacobs, Liberty RASHAD JENNINGS, Liberty Brian Johnston, Gardner-Webb Lawrence Lovell, Stony Brook Roger Mason, VMI Jim Maxwell, Gardner-Webb

RASHAD JENNINGS, Liberty 7th Round Draft Pick - 2009 Jacksonville Jaguars

Sean Mizzer, VMI Maurice Price, Charleston Southern

Vince Redd, Liberty CHRIS RICHARDS, Stony Brook Stephen Sene, Liberty MAURICE SIMPKINS, Coastal Carolina JEROME SIMPSON, Coastal Carolina QUINTON TEAL, Coastal Carolina

TYLER THIGPEN, Coastal Carolina

MIKE TOLBERT, Coastal Carolina Kyle Webber, Gardner-Webb Lauren Williams, Liberty Jonathan Wilson, VMI

Team, Years (how acquired) Detroit Lions, 2007 (signed as undrafted free agent) Philadelphia Eagles, 2009- (signed as free agent) San Francisco 49ers, 2009 (signed as undrafted free agent) Chicago Bears, 2006 (signed as undrafted free agent) New Orleans Saints, 2010 (mini-camp invitee) St. Louis Rams, 2008-09 (signed as free agent) Miami Dolphins, 2007 (claimed off waivers) Houston Texans, 2006-07 (traded from Green Bay) Green Bay Packers, 2005-06 (signed off Chiefs practice squad) Kansas City Chiefs, 2005 (signed as undrafted free agent) Philadelphia Eagles, 2007 (signed as free agent) Washington Redskins, 2010 (signed as undrafted free agent) Jacksonville Jaguars, 2009- (drafted 7th round, 250th overall) Miami Dolphins, 2009-10 (signed as free agent) Kansas City Chiefs, 2008 (drafted 7th round, 210th overall) Green Bay Packers, 2009 (mini-camp invitee) Cleveland Browns, 2006 (mini-camp invitee) Cincinnati Bengals, 2007-09 (signed as free agent) Miami Dolphins, 2006-07 (signed as free agent) San Francisco 49ers, 2005-06 (signed as free agent) New York Giants, 2004-05 (signed as undrafted free agent) Detroit Lions, 2007 (mini-camp invitee) Baltimore Ravens, 2009 (signed as free agent) San Francisco 49ers, 2009 (signed as free agent) New England Patriots, 2008 (signed as free agent) Kansas City Chiefs, 2007-08 (signed as undrafted free agent) Kansas City Chiefs, 2009 (acquired from waivers) New England Patriots, 2008-09 (signed as undrafted free agent) Seattle Seahawks, 2010- (signed as undrafted free agent) New England Patriots, 2008 (signed as free agent) St. Louis Rams, 2008 (signed as undrafted free agent) Green Bay Packers, 2010- (signed as free agent) Cincinnati Bengals, 2008- (drafted 2nd round, 46th overall) San Diego Chargers, 2010- (signed as free agent) Seattle Seahawks, 2010 (signed as free agent) Carolina Panthers, 2007-09 (signed as undrafted free agent) Miami Dolphins, 2009- (traded from Kansas City) Kansas City Chiefs, 2007-09 (signed as free agent after cut by Vikings) Minnesota Vikings, 2007 (drafted 7th round, 217th overall) San Diego Chargers, 2008- (signed as undrafted free agent) New York Giants, 2010 (mini-camp invitee) Oakland Raiders, 2007 (signed as free agent) Washington Redskins, 2007 (mini-camp invitee)

active players in bold italics

MIKE TOLBERT, Coastal Carolina Signed as Undrafted Free Agent - 2008 San Diego Chargers

JEROME SIMPSON, Coastal Carolina 2nd Round Draft Pick - 2008 Cincinnati Bengals TYLER THIGPEN, Coastal Carolina 7th Round Draft Pick - 2007 Minnesota Vikings

CHRIS RICHARDS, Stony Brook Signed as Undrafted Free Agent - 2010 Seattle Seahawks

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2010 BIG SOUTH FOOTBALL COMPOSITE SCHEDULE Thursday, Sept. 2 PRESBYTERIAN at Wake Forest (TV: ESPN3.com) .....................6:30pm Saturday, Sept. 4 St. Francis (Pa.) at LIBERTY (TV: Flames Sports Network) ........ 12:00pm North Greenville at CHARLESTON SOUTHERN.........................1:30pm Lock Haven at VMI...........................................................1:30pm COASTAL CAROLINA at West Virginia (TV: BIG EAST Network) .....3:30pm Brevard at GARDNER-WEBB ...............................................6:00pm STONY BROOK at South Florida ..........................................7:00pm Saturday, Sept. 11 GARDNER-WEBB at Akron................................................ 12:00pm Wofford at CHARLESTON SOUTHERN ...................................1:30pm PRESBYTERIAN at Clemson (TV: ESPN3.com) .........................3:30pm American International at STONY BROOK ..............................6:00pm COASTAL CAROLINA at Towson ...........................................7:00pm LIBERTY at Ball State .......................................................7:00pm VMI at William & Mary ......................................................7:00pm Saturday, Sept. 18 LIBERTY at Robert Morris ................................................ 12:00pm STONY BROOK at Brown ................................................. 12:30pm Mars Hill at CHARLESTON SOUTHERN ...................................1:30pm Georgia Southern at COASTAL CAROLINA ..............................6:00pm Western Carolina at GARDNER-WEBB....................................6:00pm PRESBYTERIAN at The Citadel ............................................7:00pm Saturday, Sept. 25 North Greenville at PRESBYTERIAN......................................1:30pm Delaware State at COASTAL CAROLINA .................................6:00pm LIBERTY at James Madison ................................................6:00pm Massachusetts at STONY BROOK .........................................6:00pm GARDNER-WEBB at Sam Houston State .................................7:00pm CHARLESTON SOUTHERN at Hawai’i ...................................11:35pm VMI at Virginia.................................................................... TBA

Saturday, Oct. 16 STONY BROOK at Lafayette (TV: Lafayette Sports Network) .......1:00pm GARDNER-WEBB at CHARLESTON SOUTHERN * (TV: ESPN3.com) .1:30pm LIBERTY at VMI * (TV: Flames Sports Network)........................1:30pm COASTAL CAROLINA at PRESBYTERIAN *................................2:00pm Saturday, Oct. 23 VMI at CHARLESTON SOUTHERN * (TV: SportSouth) ................11:30am PRESBYTERIAN at GARDNER-WEBB * ....................................1:30pm STONY BROOK at COASTAL CAROLINA * (TV: MASN) .................7:30pm Saturday, Oct. 30 VMI at Army (TV: CBS College Sports) ................................. 12:00pm COASTAL CAROLINA at GARDNER-WEBB * ..............................1:30pm LIBERTY at PRESBYTERIAN * ..............................................1:30pm CHARLESTON SOUTHERN at STONY BROOK * .........................3:00pm Saturday, Nov. 6 STONY BROOK at PRESBYTERIAN * (TV: SportSouth).................1:00pm COASTAL CAROLINA at VMI * (TV: ESPN3.com) ........................1:30pm GARDNER-WEBB at LIBERTY *.............................................3:30pm CHARLESTON SOUTHERN at Kentucky ...................................... TBA Saturday, Nov. 13 LIBERTY at COASTAL CAROLINA * (TV: ESPN3.com) ..................1:00pm GARDNER-WEBB at STONY BROOK * .....................................1:00pm PRESBYTERIAN at CHARLESTON SOUTHERN * .........................1:30pm VMI at Old Dominion ........................................................2:00pm Saturday, Nov. 20 VMI at GARDNER-WEBB * (TV: SportSouth) ............................11:30am CHARLESTON SOUTHERN at COASTAL CAROLINA *...................1:00pm Davidson at PRESBYTERIAN ...............................................1:00pm STONY BROOK at LIBERTY * (TV: MASN)................................3:30pm Saturday, Nov. 27 NCAA FCS Playoffs – First Round.............................................. TBA

Saturday, Oct. 2 COASTAL CAROLINA at Richmond........................................1:00pm PRESBYTERIAN at VMI * ....................................................1:30pm GARDNER-WEBB at Old Dominion ........................................6:00pm Savannah State at LIBERTY (TV: Flames Sports Network)...........7:00pm Saturday, Oct. 9 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN at LIBERTY * (TV: Flames Sports Network) 3:30pm VMI at STONY BROOK * .....................................................3:30pm

BIG SOUTH MEMBER IN ALL CAPS * - Big South Conference game All Times EST and subject to change due to television

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NON-CONFERENCE FOOTBALL HISTORY; 2010 OPPONENTS BIG SOUTH FCS DIVISION I OPPONENT HISTORY (2010 OPPONENTS IN BOLD) FCS OPPONENT Appalachian State Austin Peay Brown Chattanooga Colgate Davidson Delaware State East Tennessee State Eastern Kentucky Elon Florida Atlantic Florida International Furman Georgetown Georgia Southern Hampton Hofstra Howard Iona Jacksonville James Madison Lafayette Lehigh Maine Massachusetts Monmouth Montana State Morehead State Morgan State Norfolk State North Carolina A&T North Carolina Central North Dakota Northwestern State Old Dominion Presbyterian Richmond Robert Morris Sam Houston State Savannah State South Carolina State Southeastern Louisiana St. Francis (Pa.) Tennessee-Martin Tennessee Tech The Citadel Towson VMI Western Carolina William & Mary Winston-Salem State Wofford

CONFERENCE RECORD Southern 0-6 Pioneer/Ohio Valley 3-0 Ivy 1-1 Southern 3-2 Patriot 1-2 Pioneer 5-0 Mid-Eastern Athletic 1-1 Southern 1-2 Ohio Valley 0-1 Southern 3-5 FCS Independent 0-1 FCS Independent 3-0 Southern 1-6 Patriot 2-1 Southern 0-3 Mid-Eastern Athletic 0-2 Atlantic 10/Colonial 1-4 Mid-Eastern Athletic 0-2 FCS Independent 1-0 Pioneer 5-2 Atlantic 10/Colonial 1-8 Patriot 1-1 Patriot 0-3 Colonial 0-1 Colonial 0-1 Northeast 2-0 Big Sky 0-1 Pioneer 1-1 Mid-Eastern Athletic 2-0 Mid-Eastern Athletic 2-2 Mid-Eastern Athletic 2-1 FCS Reclassifying 3-0 FCS Reclassifying 0-1 Southland 0-1 FCS Independent 0-2 FCS Reclassifying 6-3 Atlantic 10/Colonial 0-6 Northeast 2-0 Southland 0-1 FCS Independent 14-0 Mid-Eastern Athletic 2-0 Southland 2-0 Northeast 2-0 Ohio Valley 1-2 Ohio Valley 1-3 Southern 1-9 Atlantic 10/Colonial 1-3 Southern 0-2 Southern 4-3 Atlantic 10/Colonial 0-10 FCS Reclassifying 2-0 Southern 1-11

Youngstown State

Gateway/Missouri Valley 1-3

SERIES BREAKDOWN Liberty (0-1), Coastal Carolina (0-2), Gardner-Webb (0-2), Presbyterian (0-1) VMI (1-0), Gardner-Webb (2-0) Stony Brook (1-1) Gardner-Webb (2-0), Liberty (1-1), Presbyterian (0-1) Stony Brook (1-1), Coastal Carolina (0-1) Coastal Carolina (2-0), VMI (3-0) Coastal Carolina (1-1) Gardner-Webb (1-0), Elon (0-1), Liberty (0-1) Liberty (0-1) Liberty (2-1), Coastal Carolina (1-1), Stony Brook (0-1), Presbyterian (0-2) Gardner-Webb (0-1) Gardner-Webb (2-0), Elon (1-0) Elon (0-1), Gardner-Webb (0-3), Coastal Carolina (1-1), Presbyterian (0-1) VMI (1-1), Charleston Southern (1-0) Gardner-Webb (0-1), Coastal Carolina (0-2) Gardner-Webb (0-2) Elon (0-1), Liberty (1-1), Stony Brook (0-2) Charleston Southern (0-2) Stony Brook (1-0) Charleston Southern (2-1), Coastal Carolina (1-1), Gardner-Webb (2-0) Charleston Southern (0-1), Liberty (0-2), VMI (0-4), Coastal Carolina (1-1) Liberty (1-1) Liberty (0-1), VMI (0-2) Stony Brook (0-1) Stony Brook (0-1) Coastal Carolina (2-0) Gardner-Webb (0-1) Coastal Carolina (1-1) Gardner-Webb (2-0) Liberty (1-1), VMI (1-1) Elon (0-1), Coastal Carolina (2-0) Presbyterian (1-0), Coastal Carolina (1-0), Liberty (1-0) Stony Brook (0-1) Elon (0-1) Presbyterian (0-1), VMI (0-1) Charleston Southern (2-0), Liberty (1-1, VMI (1-1), Coastal Carolina (1-1), Gardner-Webb (1-0) VMI (0-6) VMI (2-0) Gardner-Webb (0-1) Charleston Southern (6-0), Gardner-Webb (3-0), Coastal Carolina (4-0), Liberty (1-0) Coastal Carolina (2-0) Gardner-Webb (2-0) Liberty (1-0), VMI (1-0) Gardner-Webb (1-2) Gardner-Webb (1-2), VMI (0-1) Charleston Southern (1-4), VMI (0-4), Presbyterian (0-1) Liberty (0-2), Coastal Carolina (1-1) Charleston Southern (0-1), Liberty (0-1) Liberty (2-1), Gardner-Webb (2-1), Presbyterian (0-1) VMI (0-6), Liberty (0-4) Coastal Carolina (2-0) Elon (0-1), Gardner-Webb (0-4), VMI (0-2), Coastal Carolina (1-0), Charleston Southern (0-3), Presbyterian (0-1) Liberty (1-3)

Note: Opponents and Conferences are since Big South football began in 2002, and are listed based on membership afďŹ liation at time of competition

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CHARLESTON SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY BUCCANEERS 2010 SCHEDULE Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20

NORTH GREENVILLE ................ 1:30pm WOFFORD ............................. .............................1:30pm 1:30pm MARS HILL............................. .............................1:30pm 1:30pm at Hawai’i.............................11:30pm at Liberty * ............................ ............................3:30pm 3:30pm GARDNER-WEBB *.................... 1:30pm VMI * ................................... ...................................11:30am 11:30am at Stony Brook * ...................... ......................3:00pm 3:00pm at Kentucky ............................... TBA PRESBYTERIAN * ..................... 1:30pm at Coastal Carolina *................. .................1:00pm 1:00pm

2010 TEAM INFORMATION CSU leads series, 9-1 WOF leads series, 12-0 MHC leads, 2-0 UH leads series, 1-0 LU leads series, 15-2 GWU leads series, 7-3 CSU leads series, 5-4 series tied, 1-1 1st meeting PC leads series, 12-5 CCU leads series, 4-3

HOME GAME IN ALL CAPS * - Big South Conference game All Times EST and subject to change

BUCCANEER QUICK FACTS Location:................................................................... Charleston, S.C. Founded:................................................................................. 1964 Enrollment:..............................................................................3,287 Nickname: .......................................................................Buccaneers School Colors:.........................................................Navy Blue and Gold Stadium: ..............................................................CSU Stadium (4,000) Surface: ....................................................................... Natural Grass President:......................... Dr. Jairy C. Hunter, Jr. (Appalachian State, 1967) Athletics Director: ..................................... Hank Small (Gettysburg, 1969) Senior Woman Administrator: ................................Christie Faircloth-Dixon Faculty Athletics Representative:....................................... Todd Heldreth Athletic Dept. Phone: .......................................................843-863-7678 Ticket Office Phone:.........................................................843-863-7213 Website:...............................................................www.csusports.com

Primary Offense: Multiple; One Back Primary Defense: Multiple Pro Lettermen Returning: 31 12 Offense 16 Defense 3 Specialty Lettermen Lost: 19 9 Offense 9 Defense 1 Specialty Starters Returning: 18 2009 All-Conference Honors Offense (8) QB A.J. Toscano, 6-1, 211, R-Sr. RB DeMarcus Moon, 5-10, 197, Sr. WR Gerald Stevenson, 5-10, 165, Sr. ...................1st Team All-Big South WR Kwame Krakue, 5-10, 178, R-Sr....................2nd Team All-Big South WR Anthony Chalmers, 6-2, 185, Jr. OL B.J. Baker, 6-5, 305, R-Jr. OL Jordan Lancaster, 6-3, 297, R-Sr. OL Levi McFatter, 6-4, 287, R-Jr. Defense (7) DL Joel Walton, 6-1, 235, Sr.............................1st Team All-Big South DL Matt Woods, 6-3, 260, R-Jr. LB Fred Godfrey, 5-11, 225, R-Sr. LB David Jackson, 6-2, 226, R-Sr. LB Chris Patrick, 6-0, 218, R-Sr. DB Chris Kuzdale, 5-11, 184, Jr. ........................1st Team All-Big South DB Jacques Bazile, 5-9, 165, Sr.

BUCCANEER FOOTBALL FACTS First Year:.................................................................................1991 Overall All-Time Record: .....................................................74-132 (.359) Overall Big South Record: .................................................... 14-20 (.412) Big South Championships: ........................................................ 1 (2005) No. Years in Playoffs (Years):......................................................... none All-Time Playoff Record: ................................................................ n/a Last Postseason Appearance:.......................................................... n/a 2009 Overall Record: .....................................................................6-5 2009 Big South Record (Finish):..................................................4-2 (3rd) Final 2009 National Rankings: ....................................................... none Football Office Phone: ...................................................... 843-863-7119 Best Time To Reach Coach Jay Mills:.......................................Contact SID Football SID Contact: ......................................................Blake Freeland SID Office Phone:.............................................................843-863-7687 SID Cell Phone:............................................................... 843-729-0483 SID e-mail: ..........................................................bfreeland@csuniv.edu SID Fax:.........................................................................843-863-7676 Press Box Phone: ............................................................. 843-863-7661

Specialty (3) K John Paglia, 6-1, 197, Sr.............................2nd Team All-Big South P Andy Brown, 6-1, 181, Jr. RS Gerald Stevenson, 5-10, 165, Sr. Starters Lost: 10 Offense (4) RB Antwan Ivey TE Clayton Coffman OL J.W. Myers.............................................2nd Team All-Big South OL Jarrett Johns Defense (5) DL Ryan Ard DL Austin Bloedoorn LB Andrew McKain .......................................1st Team All-Big South DB Matt Bach DB Antwain Harvey Specialty (1) LS Andrew McKain .......................................1st Team All-Big South

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CHARLESTON SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY BUCCANEERS HEAD COACH JAY MILLS

JAY MILLS’ HEAD COACHING RECORD Year School 1993 Minnesota-Morris 1994 Minnesota-Morris 1995 Minnesota-Morris 2003 Charleston Southern 2004 Charleston Southern 2005 Charleston Southern 2006 Charleston Southern 2007 Charleston Southern 2008 Charleston Southern 2009 Charleston Southern Charleston Southern Total Career Total

8th season at Charleston Southern 40-38 (.513)

HOMETOWN: Urbandale, Iowa ALMA MATER (YEAR): Western Washington (1984) PLAYING CAREER: Quarterback at Illinois State (1980-81) COACHING CAREER: Charleston Southern - Head Coach .........................2003-present Harvard - Offensive Coordinator/QB.............................. 1996-02 Minnesota-Morris - Head Coach ....................................1993-95 Boise State - Assistant Coach .......................................1987-92 Notre Dame - Graduate/Volunteer Assistant ................... 1984-86 Western Washington - Assistant Head Coach ....................... 1983 Central Catholic HS - Offensive Coordinator ........................ 1982 COACHING & CAREER HIGHLIGHTS • Led CSU to school-record nine wins in 2006 • Buccaneers earned first national ranking during 2006 season, ranking as high as No. 16 by Weekly Football Gazette • CSU was ranked in all four national polls on Nov. 6, 2006 • Helped lead the Buccaneers to the nation’s second-longest winning streak at 14 games stretching over the 2005 and 2006 seasons • Big South Coach of the Year (2005) • Big South Football Co-Champions (2005) • Honored with the All-American Football Foundation’s Lifetime Achievement Award in 2002 • Under Mills’ tutelage, Harvard’s offense set several school records and ranked nationally among I-AA leaders • Helped Crimson Tide to 1997 Ivy League championship • Led Minnesota-Morris from NAIA status to NCAA Division II • Member of Boise State coaching staff that reached I-AA playoffs twice, including 1990 national semifinals • Boise State finished second nationally in total offense in 1987 • Member of Notre Dame staff under Lou Holtz in 1986 • Brother, Jeff, is the secondary/safeties coach at Washington ASSISTANT COACHES & SUPPORT STAFF Chuck Kelly (Louisiana Tech, 1979) - Offensive Coordinator/OL Thielen Smith (LSU, 1977) - Defensive Coordinator RaShan Frost (Auburn, 2000) - Defensive Line Gabe Giardina (Alabama, 2000) - Running Backs/Special Teams Dave Brunner (North Carolina State, 1977) - Wide Receivers Marcus Woodson (Mississippi, 2003) - Defensive Backs Patrick Nix (Auburn, 1995) - WRs/Passing Game Coord./Recruit Coord. Kirk Lax (Southern Illinois, 2010) - Assistant Coach - Defense David Padilla - Assistant Coach Beth Boyle - Administrative Assistant

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Overall 2-9 1-9 0-3 1-11 5-5 7-4 9-2 5-6 7-5 6-5 40-38 43-59

Big South

0-4 1-3 3-1 2-2 1-3 3-2 4-2 14-17


CHARLESTON SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY BUCCANEERS 2010 ALPHABETICAL ROSTER NO. NAME 10 Adams, Pat 97 Allen, Brennan 4 Allen, Teddy 7 Atkinson, Josh 98 Bailey, Kendricks 78 Baker, B.J. 13 Bazile, Jacques 85 Bowen, David 18 Brown, Andy 58 Brown, Antonio 89 Brown, Wes 6 Bryant, Calvin 44 Bryant, Keelyan 77 Calderone, Joe 38 Campbell, O’Brian 91 Carter, Jacque 8 Chalmers, Anthony 84 Cintron, Estevan 37 Cobell, Logan 22 Cravey, L.B. 62 Day, Cody 82 Deterlizzi, Mike 39 Dieudonne, Daniel 15 Dixon, Malcom 61 Edmonds, Jason 49 Epps, Frank 88 Fiegel, Greg 42 Freeman, Demaris 9 Fulford, Jordan 46 Godfrey, Fred 23 Hackworth, B.J. 17 Hardy, Matt 57 Hartung, Jeff 19 Hatcher, Derek 80 Hunt, William 45 Jackson, David 1 James, Charles 20 Johnson, Kenny 25 Johnston, Zach 72 Joseph, Coril 95 Kearse, Nate 60 Kemper, Nick

YR Fr. Fr. Fr. R-Sr. Fr. R-Jr. Sr. R-Jr. Jr. R-Sr. R-Sr. Fr. Fr. R-Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. R-Jr. R-Sr. R-Fr. R-Fr. Jr. Fr. R-Fr. Fr. R-Jr. Fr. R-Fr. R-Sr. R-Jr. Fr. Fr. R-Fr. R-Fr. R-Sr. R-So. So. Fr. R-Fr. R-So. R-So.

POS DB K/P RB TE DE/LS OL DB WR K/P DL DL LB RB OL DB DL WR WR LB DB OL TE DB QB DL DB WR DB DB LB RB DB OL QB DL LB DB DB DB DL OL OL

HT 6-0 6-1 5-11 6-5 6-2 6-5 5-9 6-4 6-1 6-1 6-4 5-11 5-9 6-6 6-0 6-3 6-2 5-9 5-11 6-0 6-5 6-2 6-3 6-1 6-4 5-9 5-9 6-1 5-9 5-11 6-0 5-11 6-3 6-1 6-4 6-2 5-10 5-6 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-2

WT 185 170 214 236 217 305 165 200 181 288 235 196 180 310 203 250 185 160 218 194 260 228 212 180 275 180 161 178 170 225 240 170 280 180 240 226 175 150 195 288 275 265

HOMETOWN / PREVIOUS SCHOOL Jacksonville, Fla. / E.D. White Catholic HS Dade City, Fla. / Pasco HS Avon Park, Fla. / Avon Park HS Hartsville, S.C. / Hartsville HS Jacksonville, Fla. / Jackson HS Moultrie, Ga. / Colquitt County HS Naples, Fla. / Naples HS Orlando, Fla. / Lake Highland Prep Port Orange, Fla. / Daytona Beach Mainland HS Perris, Calif. / San Jaciento JC Port Orange, Fla. / Spruce Creek HS Tifton, Ga. / Sandalwood HS St. Petersburg, Fla. / St. Petersburg Catholic Mishawaka, Ind. / Mishawaka HS Hollywood, Fla. / Ellsworth CC Jacksonville, Fla. / Fletcher HS Clinton, S.C. / Garden City CC Orange Park, Fla. / Orange Park HS Chesapeake, Va. / Great Bridge HS Chiefland, Fla. / Chiefland HS Gilbert, S.C. / Gilbert HS Tampa, Fla. / Freedom HS North Miami, Fla. / Mendocino College Tifton, Ga. / Tifton County HS Hopkins, S.C. / Lower Richland HS Lithonia, Ga. / Chamblee HS Pinellas Park, Fla. / St. Petersburg Catholic HS West Palm Beach, Fla. / Park Vista HS Ocala, Fla. / North Marion HS Charleston, S.C. / West Ashley HS Jacksonville, Fla. / Fletcher HS Jacksonville, Fla. / Trinity Christian Academy Orange Park, Fla. / Ridgeview HS Orange Park, Fla. / Ridgeview HS Greenville, S.C. / Southside HS North Charleston, S.C. / West Ashley HS Jacksonville, Fla. / Mandarin HS Palm Bay, Fla. / Bayside HS Covington, Ga. / East Side HS Tampa, Fla. / Freedom HS Longmeadow, Mass. / Longmeadow HS Winter Springs, Fla. / Lake Howell HS

NO. NAME 99 King, Delvon 14 Krakue, Kwame 24 Kuzdale, Chris 69 Lancaster, Jordan 53 Lee, C.J. 81 Lee, Deon 83 Leshin, Carson 31 Lewis, Steven 47 Lowrance, Isaac 28 Matthews, A.J. 73 McFatter, Levi 92 Middleton, Damon 76 Mines, Logan 26 Moon, DeMarcus 12 Mounce, Richard 43 Mullinax, C.J. 40 Murray, Lakeith 70 Nicholson, James 29 Nunley, James 94 Padilla, Angelo 30 Paglia, John 5 Patrick, Chris 86 Perera, Nathan 34 Pryor, Tyson 51 Reid, Courtney 65 Riley, Brent 32 Seward, Savon 48 Skelly, Kurt 41 Skersick, Skyler 64 Spears, Austin 54 Sterling, Cornelius 3 Stevenson, Gerald 36 Sweatt, Bradley 35 Theodore, Chris 16 Toscano, A.J. 11 Trudnowski, Andrew 33 Voce, Cory 27 Wald, Austin 93 Walton, Joel 75 Wharton, Kayson 90 Woods, Matt 87 Wynn, Darius

#3 GERALD STEVENSON Sr., WR 5-10, 165

YR So. R-Sr. Jr. R-Sr. R-Sr. Sr. Jr. R-Jr. Fr. Fr. R-Jr. Sr. Fr. Sr. So. So. Fr. R-So. Fr. R-Jr. Sr. R-Sr. Fr. R-Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. R-Jr. Fr. R-Fr. R-So. Sr. So. Fr. R-Sr. Sr. R-Fr. R-So. Sr. R-Jr. R-Jr. So.

POS DL WR DB OL LB WR TE DB DL DB OL DL OL RB QB WR DB OL WR DL K/P LB WR TE LB OL RB DB DL OL LB WR LB WR QB QB LB DB DL OL DL WR

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

WT 240 178 184 297 247 200 255 191 245 170 287 300 290 197 205 175 154 295 178 235 197 218 200 214 220 290 155 161 220 276 227 165 225 185 211 212 188 170 235 303 260 165

HOMETOWN / PREVIOUS SCHOOL Oakland, Calif. / Chabot College Orangeburg, S.C. / Orangeburg-Wilkinson HS Tampa, Fla. / Milford Academy Ocean Isle Beach, N.C. / West Brunswick HS Pinellas Park, Fla. / Florida Atlantic Greenville, S.C. / College of the Desert Littlerock, Calif. / Antelope Valley CC Aiken, S.C. / Midland Valley HS Inman, S.C. / Boiling Springs HS Winter Springs, Fla. / Winter Springs HS Lake City, Fla. / Columbia HS Santa Monica, Calif. / Santa Monica CC Winter Park, Fla. / Edgewater HS McDonough, Ga. / Luella HS Columbia, S.C. / Clemson Latta, S.C. / Dillon Christian HS Altamonte Springs, Fla. / Lyman HS Ponte Verde, Fla. / Nease HS Sacramento, Calif. / Woodcreek HS Jacksonville, Fla. / Jackson HS Ocala, Fla. / Trinity Catholic HS Clermont, Fla. / East Ridge HS Orlando, Fla. / Bishop Moore HS Windermere, Fla. / Olympia HS Cocoa Beach, Fla. / Space Coast HS Atlanta, Ga. / Lakeside-DeKalb HS Fort Myers, Fla. / Cypress Lake HS Old Town, Fla. / Lafayette County HS Orlando, Fla. / Boone HS Lake Mary, Fla. / Lake Mary HS Orlando, Fla. / Olympia HS Naples, Fla. / Naples HS Orlando, Fla. / Edgewater HS Daytona Beach, Fla. / Atlantic HS Pico Rivera, Calif. / Cerritos College Palos Verdes, Calif. / LA Harbor College Boynton Beach, Calif. / Park Vista HS Seneca, S.C. / Seneca HS Long Island, N.Y. / Arizona Western CC Fountain Inn, S.C. / Hillcrest HS Niceville, Fla. / Niceville HS Bitburg, Germany / Bitburg HS

#93 JOEL WALTON Sr., DL 6-1, 235

NOTES: Earned First-Team All-Conference honors in 2009 ... Ranked 22nd in the nation in all-purpose yards ... Second in the Big South averaging 7.0 yards per play, with 1,452 all-purpose yards, receiving yards, receiving yards per game and also for yards per rush (7.0) ... Third overall in the Big South with 55 receptions ... Had 149 receiving yards against Presbyterian College and also topped the century mark against North Greenville (114) ... Had 86 carries for 200 all-purpose yards against NGU without having the chance to return a kick ... Twice had more than 200 all-purpose yards, and topped the 150-mark five times ... Leading receiver and second-leading rusher for CSU, holding the top spot in both categories for the majority of the season.

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NOTES: First-team All-Big South selection in 2009 ... Led the team with six sacks, putting him second on the team in tacklesfor-loss ... Second in the Big South in sacks and led the League in forced fumbles with three ... Had a season-high five tackles against Presbyterian College and tallied at least a sack assist in seven of the final eight games of the season ... Had three quarterback hurries against Savannah State, and one in each of the final three games of the year.


CHARLESTON SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY BUCCANEERS 2009 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS RUSHING Antwan Ivey GERALD STEVENSON A.J. TOSCANO DeMARCUS MOON B.J. HACKWORTH PASSING A.J. TOSCANO ANDREW TRUDNOWSKI

GP 11 11 11 10 8

Att Gain Loss 115 519 29 52 389 25 82 387 62 67 327 5 31 160 4

2009 TEAM STATISTICS

Net Avg TD Long Avg/G 490 4.3 4 44 44.5 364 7.0 3 56 33.1 325 4.0 4 33 29.5 322 4.8 1 22 32.2 156 5.0 2 14 19.5

G EfямБc Cmp-Att-Int Pct Yds TD Lng Avg/G 11 120.24 179-308-12 58.1 2092 12 62 190.2 7 76.35 19-38-1 50.0 143 0 42 20.4

RECEIVING GERALD STEVENSON KWAME KRAKUE Antwan Ivey Alex Neal ANTHONY CHALMERS

G 11 11 11 11 9

No. 55 40 29 18 14

Yds 724 546 183 171 196

Avg 13.2 13.6 6.3 9.5 14.0

PUNT RETURNS Antwan Ivey Antwain Harvey

No. 12 3

Yds 114 24

Avg 9.5 8.0

TD 1 0

Long 50 11

INTERCEPTIONS CHRIS KUZDALE Antwain Harvey CHARLES JAMES

No. 3 2 2

Yds 8 103 79

Avg 2.7 51.5 39.5

TD 0 1 1

Long 8 100 51

KICK RETURNS GERALD STEVENSON DEON LEE

No. 19 10

Yds 364 284

Avg 19.2 28.4

TD 0 1

Long 32 89

SCORING JOHN PAGLIA GERALD STEVENSON Antwan Ivey A.J. TOSCANO KWAME KRAKUE

|------ PATs ------| TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Pts 0 16-22 28-30 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 76 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 36 5 0-0 0-0 0-1 0 0-0 0 0 30 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-1 0 0 24 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18

TOTAL OFFENSE A.J. TOSCANO Antwan Ivey GERALD STEVENSON DeMARCUS MOON B.J. HACKWORTH PUNTING ANDY BROWN

TD Long Avg/G 3 33 65.8 3 62 49.6 0 29 16.6 0 24 15.5 2 36 21.8

G 11 11 11 10 8

Plays 390 117 52 67 31

Rush 325 490 364 322 156

Pass 2092 0 0 0 0

No. 42

Yds 1492

Avg 35.5

Long 59

ALL PURPOSE GERALD STEVENSON Antwan Ivey KWAME KRAKUE DeMARCIS MOON A.J. TOSCANO

G 11 11 11 10 11

TACKLES Andrew McKain FRED GODFREY CHRIS KUZDALE CHRIS PATRICK JACQUES BAZILE

G 10 11 10 11 11

Rush 364 490 2 322 325 SOLO 40 20 34 18 29

Rec 724 183 546 65 26 AST 39 47 30 46 21

PR 0 114 3 0 0

Total 2417 490 364 322 156 TB 4

KOR 364 70 0 0 0

TOT 79 67 64 64 50

Avg/G 219.7 44.5 33.1 32.2 19.5 FC 10

I20 Blkd 10 0

IR Tot Avg/G 0 1452 132.0 0 857 77.9 0 551 50.1 0 387 38.7 0 351 31.9

TFL-YDS 4.5-8 3.5-6 1.5-9 10.0-28 1.5-4

CSU 268 24.4 226 103 110 13 1798 1968 170 390 4.6 163.5 14 2267 351-200-13 6.5 11.3 206.1 13 4065 741 5.5 369.5 48-905 16-154 12-280 18.9 9.6 23.3 21-9 71-635 57.7 43-1523 35.4 31.4 30:11 61/147 41% 8/13 62% 19-94 24 32 16-22 0-0 31-41 76% 22-41 54% 28-30 93% 16162 5/3232

SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Att-Comp-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-YARDS PUNT RETURNS: #-YARDS INT RETURNS: #-YARDS KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-YARDS Average Per Game PUNTS-YARDS Average Per Punt Net punt average TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME 3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 3rd-Down Pct 4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 4th-Down Pct SACKS BY-YARDS MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS PAT-ATTEMPTS ATTENDANCE Games/Avg Per Game SCORE BY QUARTERS Charleston Southern Opponents

SKS-YDS . . . 5.0-21 .

2010 returnees in ALL CAPS

Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

1st 52 83

3rd 59 60

4th 62 80

OT 3 0

2009 RESULTS (6-5, 4-2 Big South) at Florida (#1) L, 3-62 at #14 Wofford L, 14-42 at South Florida L, 0-59 NORTH GREENVILLE W, 34-0 SAVANNAH STATE W, 47-10 at Gardner-Webb * L, 20-27 #23 LIBERTY * L, 13-20 at VMI * W, 31-21 at Presbyterian * W, 46-32 STONY BROOK * (OT) W, 30-27 COASTAL CAROLINA * W, 30-23

* - Big South Conference game HOME GAME IN ALL CAPS

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2nd 92 100

OPP 323 29.4 215 115 84 16 2519 2716 197 438 5.8 229.0 29 1753 283-160-12 6.2 11.0 159.4 11 4272 721 5.9 388.4 49-1051 14-93 13-147 21.4 6.6 11.3 15-6 69-546 49.6 41-1523 37.1 31.9 29:40 62/146 42% 9/18 50% 9-50 77 42 10-15 0-2 35-44 80% 26-44 59% 39-41 95% 147524 6/24587 Total 268 323


COASTAL CAROLINA UNIVERSITY CHANTICLEERS 2010 SCHEDULE Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20

at West Virginia ....................... .......................3:30pm 3:30pm at Towson ..............................7:00pm GEORGIA SOUTHERN................ 6:00pm DELAWARE STATE.................... 6:00pm at Richmond ...........................1:00pm at Presbyterian * ..................... 2:00pm STONY BROOK * ....................... .......................7:30pm 7:30pm at Gardner-Webb *.................... ....................1:30pm 1:30pm at VMI *.................................. ..................................1:30pm 1:30pm LIBERTY *............................... ...............................1:00pm 1:00pm CHARLESTON SOUTHERN * ......... .........1:00pm 1:00pm

2010 TEAM INFORMATION 1st meeting series tied, 1-1 GSU leads series, 2-0 series tied, 1-1 1st meeting CCU leads series, 2-1 SBU leads series, 2-0 CCU leads series, 6-1 CCU leads series, 5-2 LU leads series, 4-3 CCU leads series, 4-3

HOME GAME IN ALL CAPS * - Big South Conference game All Times EST and subject to change

CHANTICLEER QUICK FACTS Location:....................................................................... Conway, S.C. Founded:..................................................................................1954 Enrollment:............................................................................. 8,300 Nickname: ......................................................................Chanticleers School Colors:.....................................................Teal, Bronze and Black Stadium: ...........................................................Brooks Stadium (9,122) Surface: ....................................................................... Natural Grass President:......................................Dr. David A. DeCenzo (Maryland, 1978) Athletics Director: ..................................Hunter Yurachek (Guilford, 1990) Senior Woman Administrator: ................................................Cari Rosiak Faculty Athletics Representative:...................................Sharon Thompson Athletic Dept. Phone: .......................................................843-349-2820 Ticket Office Phone:......................................................... 843-347-TIXX Website:........................................................... www.goccusports.com

Primary Offense: Spread Primary Defense: Multiple Lettermen Returning: 60 25 Offense 29 Defense 6 Specialty Lettermen Lost: 12 7 Offense 5 Defense 0 Specialty Starters Returning: 22 2009 All-Conference Honors Offense (7) QB Zach MacDowall, 6-1, 195, R-Sr. WR Brandon Whitley, 6-3, 200, R-Sr. WR Adrian Sullivan, 5-6, 150, R-Soph. TE David Duran, 6-5, 238, R-Jr. ........................1st Team All-Big South OL Seth Smalls, 6-4, 340, R-Sr. OL Tim Franklin, 6-5, 305, R-Jr. OL Bryan Brooks, 6-6, 290, R-Jr. Defense (9) DL Robert Balkunas, 6-1, 290, R-Sr. DL Dexter Holman, 6-3, 280, R-Jr. DL Chad McField, 6-1, 280, R-Jr. DL Quinton Davis, 6-2, 240, R-Soph. LB Desmond Steward, 5-11, 230, R-Jr. ...............2nd Team All-Big South LB Chris Walls, 6-2, 205, Sr. CB Josh Norman, 6-0, 190, Jr...........................1st Team All-Big South CB Marcus Lott, 6-1, 195, Jr. S Dominique Davenport, 5-11, 210, R-Sr.

CHANTICLEER FOOTBALL FACTS First Year:................................................................................ 2003 Overall All-Time Record: ......................................................50-29 (.633) Overall Big South Record: .................................................... 19-12 (.613) Big South Championships: ........................................ 3 (2004, 2005, 2006) No. Years in Playoffs (Years):..................................................... 1 (2006) All-Time Playoff Record: .................................................................0-1 Last Postseason Appearance:................................. 2006 NCAA First Round ............................................................ at Appalachian State (L, 28-45) 2009 Overall Record: .................................................................... 5-6 2009 Big South Record (Finish):............................................... 3-3 (T-4th) Final 2009 National Rankings: ....................................................... none Football Office Phone: ......................................................843-349-2818 Best Time To Reach Coach David Bennett: ...............................Contact SID Football SID Contact: ........................................................Mike Cawood SID Office Phone:.............................................................843-348-2822 SID Cell Phone:................................................................843-333-5730 SID e-mail: ...........................................................cawood@coastal.edu SID Fax:.........................................................................843-349-2819 Press Box Phone: ............................................... 843-234-3404, 349-6467

Specialty (6) K Justin Durham, 5-10, 160, R-Sr. P Ben Erdman, 6-2, 180, Sr. SS Danny Bonifas, 6-2, 225, R-Sr. LS Jamie Perkinson, 6-3, 230, Sr. RS Jake Owen, 5-11, 195, R-Soph. KO Zach McGehee, 6-1, 223, Soph. Starters Lost: 6 Offense (4) FB Tommy Fraser WR Paul Nicholas OL Ryan Boehm ..........................................2nd Team All-Big South OL James Sims Defense (2) DE Phillip Oboh............................................1st Team All-Big South CB Brandon Autry Specialty (0)

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COASTAL CAROLINA UNIVERSITY CHANTICLEERS HEAD COACH DAVID BENNETT

DAVID BENNETT’S HEAD COACHING RECORD

8th season at Coastal Carolina 50-29 (.633)

HOMETOWN: Cheraw, S.C. ALMA MATER (YEAR): Presbyterian College (1984) PLAYING CAREER: Quarterback at Presbyterian (1980-84) Quarterback at Cheraw HS (1976-79) COACHING CAREER: Coastal Carolina - Head Coach ..............................2002-present Catawba College - Head Coach.................................... 1995-01 Catawba College - Assistant Coach ............................... 1990-94 Newberry College - Assistant Coach.............................. 1988-89 Goose Creek (SC) HS - Offensive Coordinator ...................... 1987 Clemson - Graduate Assistant ..................................... 1985-86 Presbyterian - Student Assistant ...................................... 1984

Year School 1995 Catawba 1996 Catawba 1997 Catawba 1998 Catawba 1999 Catawba 2000 Catawba 2001 Catawba 2003 Coastal Carolina 2004 Coastal Carolina 2005 Coastal Carolina 2006 Coastal Carolina 2007 Coastal Carolina 2008 Coastal Carolina 2009 Coastal Carolina Coastal Carolina Total Career Total

COACHING & CAREER HIGHLIGHTS • Led Coastal to an at-large berth in football playoffs (2006) • Won 100th career game Oct. 27, 2007 vs. VMI • Three-time AFCA Region Coach of the Year (2000, 2001, 2004) • Big South Coach of the Year (2004) • Two-time Eddie Robinson Award Finalist (2004, 2006) • Sportexe Division I-AA Coach of the Year (2006) • Three-time Big South Football Champions (2004, 2005, 2006) • First Big South coach in League history to win/share three-straight Conference championships • Four-time SAC Champion (1996, 1999, 2000, 2001) • Four-time SAC Coach of the Year (1995, 1999, 2000, 2001) • AFCA Coach of the Year (1995) • Three NCAA Division II playoff appearances (1999, 2000, 2001) • Division II national semifinalist (2001) • Inducted into the Catawba College Hall of Fame in April 2010 ASSISTANT COACHES & SUPPORT STAFF Maurice Drayton (The Citadel, 1998) - Asst. Head Coach/ Special Teams Coordinator/Wide Receivers Kevin Brown (Catawba, 1998) - Offensive Coordinator/QBs Curtis Walker (Catawba, 1992) - Defensive Coordinator/LBs Gary Smallen (Furman, 1972) - Tight Ends/Recruiting Coordinator Grant Cain (Catawba, 2003) - Defensive Ends Mike Castellano (Catawba, 1997) - Cornerbacks Patrick Covington (Furman, 2006) - Offensive Line Keith James (Winston-Salem State, 1989) - Running Backs Jamel Smith (Virginia Tech, 2004) - Defensive Line Drew Watson (Newberry, 1989) - Safeties Brian Gabriel - Strength Coach Wilson Beaver - Equipment Manager Louis Francis - Video Coordinator Jeff Pounds - Football Athletic Trainer Jill Kingston - Administrative Assistant Lynn Mentzer - Team Assistant

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Overall 7-3 9-2 8-3 6-4 11-2 11-1 11-2 6-5 10-1 9-2 9-3 5-6 6-6 5-6 50-29 113-46

Big South

1-3 4-0 3-1 4-0 3-1 1-4 3-3 19-12


COASTAL CAROLINA UNIVERSITY CHANTICLEERS 2010 ALPHABETICAL ROSTER NO. NAME YR 39 Allen, Jeff Fr. 75 Ashley, Mo Fr. 56 Balkunas, Robert Sr. 67 Ballard, Shane Fr. 94 Barbaree, Brooks Jr. 82 Birch, Justin Jr. 65 Bonifas, Danny Sr. 89 Boswell, Jamaul Jr. 74 Brooks, Bryan Jr. 52 Brown, E.J. Sr. 45 Byrd, Morgan Fr. 50 Cain, Austin Fr. 72 Cheatwood, Jamey R-Fr. 7 Childers, Jamie Jr. 47 Clayton, Grant R-Fr. 88 Collins, Ben Sr. 9 Craig, Cody Fr. 4 Cunningham, Keon Sr. 36 Davenport, Dominique Sr. 8 Davis, Jamel So. 95 Davis, Quinton So. 64 Dees, Kaleb Fr. 59 Devlin, Jerran Jr. 18 Duran, David Jr. 14 Durham, Justin Sr. 44 Edwards, Moon Fr. 48 Elliman, Zack Fr. 23 Erdman, Ben Sr. 83 Floyd, Chris So. 76 Franklin, Tim Jr. 13 Frasier, Derrick Sr. 33 Frye, Anthony Sr. 2 Gause, Racheed R-Sr. 43 George, Philip Fr. 11 Hall, Logan R-Fr. 73 Hamilton, Chad Fr. 62 Hansen, Patrick Fr. 92 Harden, Jeremy Jr. 58 Harper, Kent Sr. 35 Harrison, Brian Jr. 91 Hartsfield, Johnnie So. 42 Hawkins, Corey Jr. 84 Hazel, Matt Fr. 31 Height, Jeremy So. 6 Henderson, Tre So. 78 Herring, Drew R-Fr. 3 Hillary, Aramis So. 53 Holman, Dexter Jr. 26 Houston, Johnnie R-Fr.

POS FB OL DT LS DT TE LS WR OL LB WR P OL QB K TE QB S S DE DE OL LB TE K/P DE WR P/K WR OL LB RB FB S QB OL OL DT DE LB DT DE WR RB CB OL QB DT CB

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

WT 245 300 290 215 265 235 225 210 290 215 185 185 310 225 170 235 205 200 210 210 240 295 215 240 160 240 180 180 180 305 210 215 260 195 195 290 265 275 210 205 260 225 180 200 185 320 210 280 200

HOMETOWN / PREVIOUS SCHOOL Morgantown, W. Va. / Morgantown HS Honea Path, S.C. / Belton-Honea Path HS Boca Raton, Fla. / Lackawanna (Pa.) JC Manning, S.C. / Manning HS Douglas, Ga. / Coffee County HS Summerville, S.C. / Newberry College Irmo, S.C. / Dutch Fork HS Hempstead, N.Y. / Hofstra North Charleston, S.C. / Stratford HS Goose Creek, S.C. / South Carolina State Myrtle Beach, S.C. / Myrtle Beach HS Harrison, Ga. / Kennesaw HS Boiling Springs, S.C. / Boiling Springs HS Mt. Pleasant, S.C. / Hargrave Military Academy Columbia, S.C. / Louisiana-Monroe Perry, Ga. / Houston County HS Moncks Corner, S.C. / Timberland HS Edgefield, S.C. / Strom Thurmond HS Bonaire, Ga. / Warner Robins HS Richmond, Va. / Hermitage HS Peachtree City, Ga. / McIntosh HS Laurens, S.C. / Laurens HS Georgetown, S.C. / Benedict College Marietta, Ga. / Michigan State Lexington, N.C. / North Davidson HS Pageland, S.C. / Chesterfield HS Socastee, S.C. / Socastee HS Cleveland, N.C. / West Rowan HS Greenwood, S.C. / Greenwood HS Prosperity, S.C. / Gilbert HS Orangeburg, S.C. / Orangeburg-Wilkinson HS Opelika, Ala. / Univ. of the Cumberlands Conway, S.C. / Conway HS Columbia, S.C. / Keenan HS Gray Court, S.C. / Laurens HS Charleston, S.C. / James Island HS Kingsport, Tenn. / Dobyns-Bennett HS Hamlet, N.C. / Richmond County HS York, S.C. / York HS Orangeburg, S.C. / Orangeburg-Wilkinson HS St. Petersburg, Fla. / Hofstra Blythewood, S.C. / Blythewood HS North Augusta, S.C. / North Augusta HS Townsend, Ga. / McIntosh County HS Martinez, Ga. / Evans HS Myrtle Beach, S.C. / Carolina Forest HS North Augusta, S.C. / South Carolina Kathleen, Ga. / Houston County HS Greenville, S.C. / Woodmont HS

NO. NAME 40 Jacobs, Andrae 46 Jenkins, B.J. 29 Johnson, Dontavious 90 Johnson, Matt 21 Jolly, Tarvorris 28 Jones, Aaron 1 Jones, Kenny 55 Kelley, A.J. 27 Kennedy, Sammie 49 Limoli, Mike 15 Long, Trae 19 Lott, Marcus 10 MacDowall, Zach 48 McCarthy, Tyler 30 McClure, Mike 57 McCollum, Adrian 93 McField, Chad 51 McGehee, Zach 32 McNeill, D.J. 79 Middleton, Will 28 Mitchell, Carlton 85 Morgan, Jonathan 87 Moses, Ronnie 24 Norman, Josh 22 O’Neal, Eric 99 Owens, Donnie 70 Page, Kenneth 63 Parsons, Andrew 54 Perkinson, Jamie 5 Presley, Chris 80 Rogers, Myron 96 Salley, Jeffrey 12 Sanders, Brian 61 Simpson, Steve 8 Small, Travis 68 Smalls, Seth 16 Steward, Desmond 81 Sullivan, Adrian 77 Taylor, Devin 51 Thomas, Chris 12 Thomason, Josh 38 Walls, Chris 17 Wesley, Akeem 34 Whitener, Marcus 98 Whiteside, Dominique 25 Whitley, Brandon 66 Williams, Pat 37 Williams, Pernell 86 Willis, Marquel

#18 DAVID DURAN Jr., TE 6-5, 240

YR So. Jr. So. So. Sr. Fr. Jr. So. R-Fr. R-Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. R-Fr. Fr. R-Fr. Jr. So. So. R-Fr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Sr. R-Fr. So. So. Sr. So. Jr. R-Fr. Sr. So. R-Fr. Sr. Jr. So. Fr. So. Jr. Sr. So. So. So. Sr. So. Fr. Sr.

POS LB DE CB DT CB RB WR DT WR FB WR CB QB CB LB DT DT K RB OL S WR WR CB RB DT OL OL LS WR TE DT S OL RB OL LB WR OL DE QB LB WR RB DE WR OL CB WR

HT 5-11 6-2 5-9 6-1 6-0 6-0 5-10 6-2 6-2 6-0 6-2 6-1 6-2 5-9 6-0 6-3 6-1 6-1 5-9 6-5 5-11 6-0 6-1 6-2 5-10 6-2 6-5 6-1 6-3 6-4 6-2 5-10 5-11 6-2 5-10 6-4 5-11 5-6 6-3 6-1 6-0 6-2 6-1 5-10 6-3 6-3 6-1 6-1 6-1

WT 245 235 170 270 185 235 180 235 190 240 205 195 200 180 195 245 280 220 190 250 205 205 185 190 200 285 285 275 230 180 225 265 195 265 190 340 230 150 275 200 195 205 215 200 255 200 275 185 195

HOMETOWN / PREVIOUS SCHOOL Tabor City, N.C. / South Columbus HS Darien, Ga. / McIntosh County HS West Palm Beach, Fla. / Hofstra Columbia, S.C. / Keenan HS Shelby, N.C. / North Carolina Grensboro, N.C. / Western Guilford HS Pembroke Pines, Fla. / Cardinal Gibbons HS Letohatchee, Ala. / Carver HS Moore, S.C. / Spartanburg Dorman HS Pittstown, N.J. / Albright College Clemmons, N.C. / West Forsyth HS Union, S.C. / Union HS Acworth, Ga. / Wake Forest Attleboro, Mass. / Attleboro HS Rock Hill, S.C. / Rock Hill HS Little Rock, S.C. / Dillon HS Medford, N.Y. / Patchogue-Medford HS Livingston, N.J. / Livingston HS Greensboro, N.C. / Page HS Acworth, Ga. / Kell HS Columbia, S.C. / Ridge View HS Chantilly, Va. / Chantilly HS Myrtle Beach, S.C. / Carolina Forest HS Greenwood, S.C. / Greenwood HS Kathleen, Ga. / Houston County HS Fayetteville, N.C. / Douglas Byrd HS Columbia, S.C. / Clemson Rockingham, N.C. / Richmond Senior HS Hartsville, S.C. / Hartsville HS Bamberg, S.C. / Bamberg-Ehrhardt HS Columbia, S.C. / Irmo HS Bamberg, S.C. / Bamberg-Ehrhardt HS High Point, N.C. / T.W. Andrews HS Greenwood, S.C. / Greenwood HS Cheraw, S.C. / Cheraw HS Moncks Corner, S.C. / Berkeley HS Douglasville, Ga. / Douglas County HS Charleston, S.C. / Bishop England HS Summerville, S.C. / Summerville HS Staten Island, N.Y. / Hofstra Helena, Ala. / Belhaven College Conway, S.C. / Conway HS Douglas, Ga. / Coffee County HS Jonesville, S.C. / Union County HS Hendersonville, N.C. / Hendersonville HS Augusta, Ga. / Glenn Hills HS Atlanta, Ga. / Westlake HS Douglas, Ga. / Coffee County HS Summerville, S.C. / The Citadel

#24 JOSH NORMAN Jr., CB 6-2, 190

NOTES: Tabbed First-Team All-Big South in 2009, leading the League’s tight ends in receiving yards ... Ranked second on the squad in receptions (19) and receiving yards (273) ... Had three catches for a team-high 82 yards in the win over Monmouth ... Hauled in six receptions for 88 yards and one score at Towson ... His 273 receiving yards in 2009 ranks second on the Coastal Carolina single-season receiving yards by a tight end.

NOTES: Named Third-Team All-American by the Associated Press in 2009, as well as First-Team All-Conference ... Shattered the League record with eight interceptions, which ranked second nationally … Overall, ranked third nationally in picks (0.73/gm) ... Also led the League with 15 pass breakups, ranking eighth nationally in passes defended (1.36/gm) ... Tied for 18th in the League among defensive backs and 40th overall in tackles ... Earned Big South Defensive Player of the Week and National Defensive Player of the Week from two publications after tying a Big South-record with three interceptions in the win over Gardner-Webb ... Had a season-high six tackles on three separate occasions (at Kent State, at Stony Brook, at Clemson) ... Had a pair of interceptions and five tackles at Towson ... Had five tackles, including a tackle-for-loss, at Liberty ... Also had five tackles and one forced fumble at Charleston Southern ... Picked off at least one pass in three of the last four games of the year ... Tied for third on Coastal’s career interceptions list with 10.

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COASTAL CAROLINA UNIVERSITY CHANTICLEERS 2009 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS RUSHING Tommy Fraser ERIC O’NEAL JEREMY HEIGHT JAMIE CHILDERS ZACH MacDOWALL PASSING ZACH MacDOWALL JAMIE CHILDERS

GP 11 8 8 9 11

Att Gain Loss 144 688 17 89 406 29 59 242 17 49 219 56 77 289 126

2009 TEAM STATISTICS

Net Avg TD Long Avg/G 671 4.7 4 39 61.0 377 4.2 2 24 47.1 225 3.8 0 18 28.1 163 3.3 3 18 18.1 163 2.1 3 24 14.8

G Effic Cmp-Att-Int Pct Yds TD Lng Avg/G 11 119.42 126-229-11 55.0 1664 9 55 151.3 9 92.78 27-53-6 50.9 289 3 38 32.1

RECEIVING BRANDON WHITLEY DAVID DURAN Paul Nicholas ERIC O’NEAL Tommy Fraser

G 11 11 11 8 11

No. 30 19 17 17 15

Yds 469 273 244 101 127

Avg 15.6 14.4 14.4 5.9 8.5

No. 10 4

Yds 64 21

Avg 6.4 5.2

TD 0 0

Long 15 8

INTERCEPTIONS No. JOSH NORMAN 8 DOMINIQUE DAVENPORT 3 MARCUS LOTT 2 E.J. BROWN 2

Yds 72 20 0 55

Avg 9.0 6.7 0.0 27.5

TD 0 0 0 0

Long 29 12 0 29

KICK RETURNS TRE HENDERSON Jake Owen

No. 24 10

Yds 445 217

Avg 18.5 21.7

TD 0 0

Long 35 49

SCORING JUSTIN DURHAM Tommy Graser BRANDON WHITLEY ZACH MacDOWALL JAMIE CHILDERS

|------ PATs ------| TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Pts 0 13-19 20-22 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 59 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 24 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 24 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1-2 0 0 18 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18

PUNT RETURNS Jake Owen JOSH NORMAN

TOTAL OFFENSE ZACH MacDOWALL Tommy Fraser JAMIE CHILDERS ERIC O’NEAL JEREMY HEIGHT PUNTING BEN ERDMAN

TD Long Avg/G 4 55 42.6 1 47 24.8 2 28 22.2 0 20 12.6 0 26 11.5

G 11 11 9 8 8

Plays 306 144 102 89 59

Rush 163 671 163 377 225

Pass 1664 0 289 0 0

No. 51

Yds 1689

Avg 33.1

Long 56

ALL PURPOSE Tommy Fraser ERIC O’NEAL BRANDON WHITLEY TRE HENDERSON JEREMY HEIGHT

G 11 8 11 11 8

TACKLES DESMOND STEWARD E.J. BROWN DOMINIQUE DAVENPORT Phillip Oboh DERRICK FRASIER

G 11 11 11 11 11

Rush 671 377 0 0 225 SOLO 22 25 40 21 22

Rec 127 101 469 0 35 AST 38 33 16 34 22

PR 0 0 0 0 0

Total 1827 671 452 377 225 TB 2

KOR 0 0 0 445 31

TOT 60 58 56 55 44

Avg/G 166.1 61.0 50.2 47.1 28.1 FC 7

IR 0 0 0 0 0

I20 Blkd 9 0 Tot Avg/G 798 72.5 478 59.8 469 42.6 445 40.5 291 36.4

TFL-YDS 4.5-8 3.5-30 2.5-15 9.0-40 3.5-15

CCU 205 18.6 210 98 93 19 1683 1983 300 461 3.7 153.0 12 1968 286-155-17 6.9 12.7 178.9 12 3651 747 4.9 331.9 47-847 14-85 21-212 18.0 6.1 10.1 18-10 73-667 60.6 51-1689 33.1 29.6 30:05 63/154 41% 8/14 57% 25-197 68 24 13-19 0-0 23-30 77% 14-30 47% 20-22 91% 31694 5/6339

SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Att-Comp-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-YARDS PUNT RETURNS: #-YARDS INT RETURNS: #-YARDS KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-YARDS Average Per Game PUNTS-YARDS Average Per Punt Net punt average TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME 3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 3rd-Down Pct 4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 4th-Down Pct SACKS BY-YARDS MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS PAT-ATTEMPTS ATTENDANCE Games/Avg Per Game

OPP 280 25.5 203 104 84 15 1946 2240 294 433 4.5 176.9 20 1766 263-149-21 6.7 11.9 160.5 15 3712 696 5.3 337.5 36-619 17-141 17-359 17.2 8.3 21.1 14-4 90-739 67.2 51-1964 38.5 36.1 29:55 52/142 37% 6/12 50% 22-136 60 36 9-12 2-2 32-39 82% 26-39 67% 33-36 92% 116186 6/19364

SCORE BY QUARTERS

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

OT

Total

Coastal Carolina Opponents

31 46

54 65

50 86

70 83

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205 280

SKS-YDS 0.5-2 3.0-30 . 6.5-37 1.0-9

2010 returnees in ALL CAPS

Sept. 3 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

2009 RESULTS (5-6, 3-3 Big South) at Kent State L, 0-18 MONMOUTH W, 24-17 at Towson L, 17-21 NORTH CAROLINA A&T W, 28-7 VMI * W, 20-6 at Liberty * L, 13-58 at Stony Brook * L, 10-16 at Clemson L, 3-49 GARDNER-WEBB * W, 26-21 PRESBYTERIAN * W, 41-37 at Charleston Southern * L, 23-30

* - Big South Conference game HOME GAME IN ALL CAPS

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GARDNER-WEBB UNIVERSITY RUNNIN’ BULLDOGS 2010 SCHEDULE Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20

BREVARD .............................. 6:00pm at Akron .............................. 12:00pm WESTERN CAROLINA ................ 6:00pm at Sam Houston State ................ ................7:00pm 7:00pm at Old Dominion...................... 6:00pm at Charleston Southern * ............ ............1:30pm 1:30pm PRESBYTERIAN * ...................... ......................1:30pm 1:30pm COASTAL CAROLINA * ................ ................1:30pm 1:30pm at Liberty * ............................. .............................3:30pm 3:30pm at Stony Brook * ....................... .......................1:00pm 1:00pm VMI * .................................... ....................................11:30am 11:30am

2010 TEAM INFORMATION 1st meeting 1st meeting series tied, 2-2 SHSU leads series, 1-0 1st meeting GWU leads series, 7-3 series tied, 16-16 CCU leads series, 6-1 GWU leads series, 8-7-1 series tied, 1-1 GWU leads series, 7-0

HOME GAME IN ALL CAPS * - Big South Conference game All Times EST and subject to change

RUNNIN’ BULLDOG QUICK FACTS Location:.............................................................. Boiling Springs, N.C. Founded:..................................................................................1905 Enrollment:............................................................................. 4,300 Nickname: .................................................................Runnin’ Bulldogs School Colors:............................................................Scarlet and Black Stadium: ........................................................Spangler Stadium (9,000) Surface: ....................................................................... Natural Grass President:............................................. Dr. Frank Bonner (Furman, 1969) Athletics Director: ............................... Chuck Burch (Gardner-Webb, 1979) Senior Woman Administrator: ..............................................Pam Scruggs Faculty Athletics Representative:............................................Chris Davis Athletic Dept. Phone: ......................................................704-406-4340 Ticket Office Phone:.........................................................704-406-3576 Website:..............................................................www.gwusports.com

Primary Offense: Spread Primary Defense: Multiple Lettermen Returning: 49 25 Offense 20 Defense 4 Specialty Lettermen Lost: 19 8 Offense 7 Defense 2 Specialty Starters Returning: 19 2009 All-Conference Honors Offense (8) RB Patrick Hall, 5-10, 217, Sr. ..........................2nd Team All-Big South WR James Perry III, 6-0, 182, R-Jr. .....................1st Team All-Big South WR Marquis Sanders, 5-11, 177, R-Jr. WR Tyson Petty, 5-11, 188, Sr. TE Josh Miller, 6-2, 242, Sr. OL Corey O’Daniel, 6-7, 335, Sr. ........................1st Team All-Big South OL C.J. Bryant, 6-1, 285, Sr. OL Jamie Dunaway, 6-4, 280, Soph. Defense (9) DL Jordan Woods, 6-3, 245, Jr. DL Nelson Rushing, 6-1, 321, Sr. LB Marty Patterson, 6-3, 226, Sr. ......................1st Team All-Big South LB Jeffery Williams, 6-0, 224, Sr. LB Dami Teniola, 5-11, 223, Sr. CB Cedric McGowan, 6-0, 195, R-Sr. CB Bryce Nixon, 6-0, 184, Sr. FS Keron Phelps, 6-2, 211, Jr. SS Lyndrez Leslie, 6-1, 203, Jr.

RUNNIN’ BULLDOG FOOTBALL FACTS First Year:.................................................................................1970 Overall All-Time Record: ................................................. 211-214-1 (.496) Overall Big South Record: ....................................................20-14 (.588) Big South Championships: ................................................ 2 (2002, 2003) No. Years in Playoffs (Years):.............................................................. 2 ....................................................................... 1987 NAIA, 1992 NAIA) All-Time Playoff Record: .................................................................4-2 Last Postseason Appearance:........................ 1992 NAIA Championship Bowl .................................................................. vs. Central State (L, 16-19) 2009 Overall Record: .....................................................................6-5 2009 Big South Record (Finish):............................................... 3-3 (T-4th) Final 2009 National Rankings: ....................................................... none Football Office Phone: .....................................................704-406-4344 Best Time To Reach Coach Steve Patton: ........................Weekday mornings Football SID Contact: ........................................................... Marc Rabb SID Office Phone:............................................................ 704-406-4355 SID Cell Phone:................................................................704-974-3662 SID e-mail: ....................................................mrabb@gardner-webb.edu SID Fax:........................................................................ 704-406-4739 Press Box Phone: .............................................................704-406-3576

Specialty (2) K Ryan Gates, 5-9, 182, Jr. ...........................2nd Team All-Big South P Graham Purvis, 5-11, 172, R-Jr. Starters Lost: 8 Offense (3) QB Stan Doolittle ..........................................1st Team All-Big South OL Kyle Webber ..........................................2nd Team All-Big South OL Marion Gramling Defense (3) DL Quinnon Isom.........................................2nd Team All-Big South LB Mario Brown ...........................................1st Team All-Big South DE Brian Lewis Specialty (2) KR David Montgomery ...................................1st Team All-Big South HLD Nick Melton

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GARDNER-WEBB UNIVERSITY RUNNIN’ BULLDOGS HEAD COACH STEVE PATTON

STEVE PATTON’S COLLEGIATE HEAD COACHING RECORD

14th season at Gardner-Webb 83-59 (.585)

HOMETOWN: Oneonta, Ala. ALMA MATER (YEAR): Furman (1977) PLAYING CAREER: Receiver and Defensive Back at Furman (1974-76) Receiver and Defensive Back at Oneonta HS (1969-71) COACHING CAREER: Gardner-Webb - Head Coach................................. 1997-present North Greenville - Head Coach .................................... 1995-96 AFL Charlotte Rage - Head Coach .................................... 1993 Mars Hill - Head Coach .............................................. 1985-87 AFA Carolina Storm - Head Coach..................................... 1982 AFAAlabama Magic - Head Coach ..................................... 1981 The Citadel - Assistant Coach.......................................... 1981 Wade Hampton HS - Assistant Coach................................. 1980 Broome HS - Assistant Coach .......................................... 1979 Furman - Graduate Assistant .......................................... 1978 Berea HS - Assistant Coach............................................. 1977

Year School 1985 Mars Hill 1986 Mars Hill 1987 Mars Hill 1995 North Greenville 1996 North Greenville 1997 Gardner-Webb 1998 Gardner-Webb 1999 Gardner-Webb 2000 Gardner-Webb 2001 Gardner-Webb 2002 Gardner-Webb 2003 Gardner-Webb 2004 Gardner-Webb 2005 Gardner-Webb 2006 Gardner-Webb 2007 Gardner-Webb 2008 Gardner-Webb 2009 Gardner-Webb Gardner-Webb Total Career Total

COACHING & CAREER HIGHLIGHTS • Notched his 100th college coaching win Oct. 20, 2007, vs. VMI • Two-time Big South Coach of the Year (2002, 2003) • Two-time Big South football champions (2002, 2003) • Directed GWU’s move to Division I-AA/FCS • Has coached 29 All-Americans while at Gardner-Webb • Won SAC-8 Conference crown with Mars Hill in 1985 • National Coach of the Year and SAC-8 Coach of the Year (1985) • Also coached in the professional ranks with the AFL (Charlotte Rage) and AFA (Alabama Magic, Carolina Storm) • Led Storm to 11-0 record and American Bowl National Championship, en route to AFA Coach of the Year • One-time scout for CFL’s Montreal Allouettes • Also lettered in track and tennis while at Furman and was a threetime Academic All-Conference First-Team selection in football ASSISTANT COACHES & SUPPORT STAFF Joe Pizzo (Mars Hill, 1986) - Offensive Coordinator/QBs John Windham (Vanderbilt, 1986) - Defensive Coordinator Travis Cunningham (Gardner-Webb, 2003) - Linebackers Bryant Foster (Gardner-Webb, 1999) - Secondary Bobby Godinez (San Jose State, 2006) - Defensive Line Chris Foster (Gardner-Webb, 2004) - Running Backs Ian Cooper (Rocky Mountain College, 1998) - Receivers Kris King (Gardner-Webb, 2007) - Offensive Line Kevin Jones - Football Athletic Trainer

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Overall 8-3 7-3-1 3-8 5-6 7-3 8-3 6-5 7-4 7-4 6-4 9-1 8-4 5-6 5-6 6-5 5-6 5-6 6-5 83-59 113-82-1

Big South

3-0 4-0 2-2 2-2 2-2 2-2 2-3 3-3 20-14


GARDNER-WEBB UNIVERSITY RUNNIN’ BULLDOGS 2010 ALPHABETICAL ROSTER NO. NAME 8 Beatty, Lucas 32 Blount, Juanne 56 Branch, Joe 12 Browning, Chandler 96 Bryan, Maurice 53 Bryant, C.J. 86 Cranfill, Seth 69 Davis, Mike 28 Davis, Sean 93 Dawes, Colin 79 Demilio, Steve 54 Dickson, Maurice 88 Dugas, James 91 Dula, Josh 67 Dunaway, Jamie 47 Elekan, Jaap -- Elmore, Kenneth 83 Gates, Ryan 37 Gianni, Olivas 92 Goods, Matt 10 Grissett, Keenan 40 Hall, Patrick 71 Harris, Jeff 48 Hoffner, Kyle 98 Hollingshed, Terry 77 Hough-Jenkins, Tyler 43 Hubbard, Sean 34 Huff, Michael 29 James, Chris 42 Johnson, Devin 50 Johnson, Matt 80 Jules, Richard -- Lancaster, Austin 45 Langston, Jonathan 82 Leslie, Lyndon 2 Leslie, Lyndrez 30 Lindsey, Bo 6 Little, Kenny 57 Manning, Don 78 Martin, Harrison 75 McConnell, David 27 McCoy, Marcus 20 McGowan, Cedric 34 McNeal, Jonathan 68 McQueen, Jacob 60 Millar, George

YR Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. R-So. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. R-So. Fr. Jr. R-So. So. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. Sr. Fr. R-Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. R-Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. R-Jr. Jr. So. R-So. Fr. R-So. Fr. R-So. R-Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

POS QB RB LB QB DL OL TE DE DB DL OL DL TE DE OL PK DB K DB DL DB RB OL TE DL OL LB RB DB LB LB WR LB LB WR DB P RB DE OL OL DB DB LB OL DL

HT 6-3 5-9 6-5 6-3 6-2 6-1 6-4 6-1 5-11 6-4 6-5 6-4 6-1 6-2 6-4 5-11 5-10 5-9 5-10 6-2 6-2 5-11 6-2 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-2 5-10 5-11 5-10 5-11 6-0 6-1 5-11 6-2 6-1 5-10 5-11 6-1 6-6 6-5 5-10 6-0 6-3 6-4 5-10

WT 206 185 210 229 260 285 210 267 163 270 279 260 224 242 280 195 165 182 185 265 210 217 275 244 290 255 200 178 210 213 215 175 210 214 202 203 150 215 244 280 260 190 195 225 260 255

HOMETOWN / PREVIOUS SCHOOL Charlotte, N.C. / Olympic HS Wingate, N.C. / Forest Hills HS Raleigh, N.C. / Fork Union Military Raleigh, N.C. / Broughton Monroe, N.C. / Sun Valley HS Greer, S.C. / Blue Ridge Sherrill’s Ford, N.C. / Bandys HS Greenville, S.C. / Greenville HS McDonough, Ga. / Luella Fuquay, N.C. / Fuquay-Varina Millersville, Md. / Milford (N.Y.) Academy Hillside, N.J. / Fork Union Military Sumter, S.C. / Crestwood HS Taylorsville, N.C. / Alexander Central Lyman, S.C. / Byrnes HS Hilversum, The Netherlands / Comenius College Charlotte, N.C. / Olympic HS Newnan, Ga. / East Coweta Ontario, Calif. / Upland HS East Orange, N.J. / Milford (N.Y.) Academy Hephzibah, Ga. / Cross Creek Gastonia, N.C. / Ashbrook HS Kernersville, N.C. / East Forsyth Sebring, Fla. / Sebring Norcross, Ga. / Norcross HS Charlotte, N.C. / Olympic HS Charlotte, N.C. / Olympic HS Charlotte, N.C. / Olympic HS Newnan, Ga. / Sandy Creek Charlotte, N.C. / East Mecklenburg HS Lilburn, Ga. / Parkview HS Seffner, Fla. / Armwood HS Wilmington, N.C. / New Hanover HS Loganville, Ga. / Grayson Lithonia, Ga. / Martin Luther King HS East Atlanta, Ga. / Martin Luther King HS Spartanburg, S.C. / Dorman Flanders, N.J. / Mount Olive Gaffney, S.C. / Gaffney Charlotte, N.C. / East Mecklenburg HS Gainesville, Ga. / Gainesville HS Charlotte, N.C. / Berry Academy Greer, S.C. / Greer Spartanburg, S.C. / Spartanburg HS Rock Hill, S.C. / South Pointe HS Vero Beach, Fla. / Vero Beach HS

NO. NAME 21 Miller, Josh 13 Nixon, Bryce 76 O’Daniel, Corey 41 Ohiaeri, Christian 84 Patmon, Jamal 39 Patterson, Marty 52 Pemasa, Preston 17 Perry III, James 11 Petty, Tyson 14 Phelps, Keron 24 Phillips, Corey 85 Purvis, Graham 16 Rhodes, Ricky 26 Rivers, Kenny 3 Rock, John 23 Rountree, Courtney 35 Rozmus, Michael 99 Rushing, Nelson 5 Sanders, Marquis 63 Sanders, Robby 59 Sargent, Austin 15 Schley, Trey 74 Shelton, Zach 94 Short, Evan 44 Smith, Hudson 89 Stein, Luke 95 Stone, Nick 87 Swinton, Deonte 90 Taylor, Dylan 51 Teniola, Dami 46 Thomas, Cejay 22 Thomas, Terrance 18 Trusler, Garrett -- Urtel, Tyler 72 Welch, Zach 38 Wilkins, Kelvin 81 Williams, Bradley -- Williams, Jaris 9 Williams, Jeffery 31 Williams, Keon 55 Wilson, Patrick 49 Wittenberger, Brian 19 Woods, Jordan 36 Woolford, Jonathan 1 Woolridge, Nino

#40 PATRICK HALL Sr., RB 5-11, 217

YR Sr. Sr. Sr. Fr. R-Sr. Sr. Fr. R-Jr. Sr. Jr. Fr. R-Jr. Jr. R-Jr. R-So. So. Fr. Sr. R-Jr. Fr. So. Fr. R-Fr. R-So. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. R-So. Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. R-Jr. Fr. R-Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. R-Jr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr.

POS TE DB OL WR WR LB DE WR WR DB DB P DB WR QB DB RB DL WR OL OL TE DE DL DE DL DE WR DL LB DB WR LB DE OL LB K OL LB DB OL LB DE WR RB

HT 6-2 6-0 6-7 6-2 6-6 6-3 6-2 6-0 5-11 6-1 5-11 5-11 5-7 6-3 6-3 6-1 5-9 6-1 5-11 6-0 6-3 6-3 6-1 6-4 6-1 6-2 6-2 6-1 6-0 5-11 5-9 5-11 6-2 6-0 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-0 6-0 6-0 6-4 6-2 6-3 6-0 5-11

WT 242 184 335 205 202 226 240 182 188 211 180 172 170 210 217 199 170 321 177 280 287 215 240 275 227 254 244 175 260 223 165 170 224 225 280 200 188 285 224 160 290 210 245 170 220

HOMETOWN / PREVIOUS SCHOOL Danville, Ky. / Boyle County Ellenwood, Ga. / Martin Luther King HS Louisville, Ky. / St. Xavier Benson, N.C. / West Johnston HS Greenville, Ga. / Greenville Mt. Airy, Ga. / Habersham Central Garden Grove, Calif. / Orange Lutheran HS Greensboro, N.C. / Dudley Gaffney, S.C. / Gaffney Lawndale, N.C. / Burns Lithonia, Ga. / Martin Luther King HS Shallotte, N.C. / West Brunswick Richmond, Ky. / Madison Central Mocksville, N.C. / Davie County Springboro, Ohio / Springboro Augusta, Ga. / Laney HS Jacksonville, Fla. / Mandarin Christian HS Peachland, N.C. / Anson County Mt. Holly, N.C. / East Gaston Orchard Park, N.Y. / Orchard Park HS Ninety Six, S.C. / Ninety Six Fort Myers, Fla. / South Fort Myers HS Marietta, Ga. / Marietta Hickory, N.C. / St. Stephens Aiken, S.C. / Aiken Ft. Thomas, Ky. / Highlands Durham, N.C. / Hillside Phenix City, Ala. / Central HS Spartanburg, S.C. / Spartanburg HS Stone Mountain, Ga. / Stephenson Duncan, S.C. / Byrnes HS Pageland, S.C. / Central HS Knoxville, Tenn. / Catholic Jacksonville, Fla. / Fletcher HS Greensboro, N.C. / Southern Guilford Spartanburg, S.C. / Spartanburg HS Greenville, S.C. / Greenville Kings Mountain, N.C. / Kings Mountain HS Frisco City, Ala. / Frisco City HS Charlotte, N.C. / Providence HS Tucker, Ga. / St. Pius X Gaithersburg, Md. / Damascus Charlotte, N.C. / West Charlotte Taylors, S.C. / Eastside HS Belton, S.C. / Belton Honea Path HS

#39 MARTY PATTERSON Sr., LB 6-3, 226

NOTES: 2010 Preseason All-Big South selection by Phil Steele’s College Football Preview ... 2009 Second-Team All-Big South honoree ... Led the Big South in total offensive touchdowns (12) and non-kick scoring (7.2 ppg) in 2009 ... Scored 12 touchdowns on the ground, including an impressive 10 in Conference play ... Had long scoring runs of 58, 66 and 49 yards last season … Had four multi-TD games against League foes, including three with a career-high 118 yards vs. Charleston Southern ... Had 114 yards and two scores at PC ... Also had a pair of scores at VMI and Coastal Carolina ... Ranked 3rd in the League with 5.5 yards per carry ... Gained 77.7 percent of his season rushing yards against Big South foes (466 yards, 10 TD) ... Has three career 100-yard games, all against Conference opponents … Had 98 yards on 12 carries vs. No. 16 Liberty ... Already ranks 4th in League history with 22 career rushing scores.

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NOTES: 2010 Big South Defensive Player of the Year by Lindy’s College Football Magazine ... 2010 Preseason All-Big South selection by Phil Steele’s College Football Preview ... Stepped in during an injuryplagued 2009 year for the GWU linebacker corps and posted career-best totals ... Led the Big South in total tackles (110), tackles per game (10.0) and tackles-for-loss (14.0) ... Had 60 percent of his tackles in Big South Conference games ... Had a seasonhigh 15 tackles at Buffalo and vs. No. 16 Liberty ... Had 14 stops and two TFL vs. Stony Brook ... Had nine tackles and a goal line interception at Presbyterian College ... Also had a TD-saving fumble recovery at Coastal Carolina, in addition to 12 tackles, a tackle-for-loss, and forced fumble against the Chanticleers ... Averaged 11.0 tackles per game in League play ... Helped GWU defense hold four opponents to less than 100 yards rushing as a team in 2009.


GARDNER-WEBB UNIVERSITY RUNNIN’ BULLDOGS 2009 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS RUSHING PATRICK HALL Stan Doolittle KENNY LITTLE David Montgomery Philip Peoples PASSING Stan Doolittle JOHN ROCK

GP 10 11 10 11 5

Att Gain Loss 108 618 19 107 447 138 59 299 5 33 227 12 51 210 21

2009 TEAM STATISTICS

Net Avg TD Long Avg/G 599 5.5 12 66 59.9 309 2.9 3 27 28.1 294 5.0 2 23 29.4 215 6.5 1 74 19.5 189 3.7 2 37 37.8

G Effic Cmp-Att-Int Pct Yds TD Lng Avg/G 11 124.44 215-347-5 62.0 2268 11 48 206.2 3 214.77 8-12-0 66.7 133 2 73 44.3

RECEIVING JAMES PERRY III MARQUIS SANDERS Nick Melton TYSON PETTY David Montgomery

G 11 10 11 11 11

No. 61 36 23 21 18

Yds 749 459 244 194 218

Avg 12.3 12.8 10.6 9.2 12.1

PUNT RETURNS TYSON PETTY JAMES PERRY III DEVIN JOHNSON

No. 8 6 1

Yds 25 30 23

Avg 3.1 5.0 23.0

TD 0 0 0

Long 16 13 0

INTERCEPTIONS Darren Rogers CHRIS JAMES BRYCE NIXON MARTY PATTERSON

No. 3 2 2 2

Yds 22 50 0 1

Avg 7.3 25.0 0.0 0.5

TD 0 1 0 0

Long 13 50 0 1

KICK RETURNS David Montgomery TYSON PETTY

No. 23 16

Yds 522 305

Avg 22.7 19.1

TD 1 0

Long 100 39

SCORING RYAN GATES PATRICK HALL David Montgomery JAMES PERRY III Stan Doolittle MARQUIS SANDERS

|------ PATs ------| TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Pts 0 13-16 38-38 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 77 12 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 72 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 36 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 24 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18

TOTAL OFFENSE Stan Doolittle PATRICK HALL KENNY LITTLE David Montgomery JOHN ROCK PUNTING GRAHAM PURVIS ALL PURPOSE David Montgomery JAMES PERRY III PATRICK HALL TYSON PETTY MARQUIS SANDERS TACKLES MARTY PATTERSON Mario Brown Darren Rogers BRYCE NIXON JEFFERY WILLIAMS

TD Long Avg/G 3 48 68.1 2 46 45.9 1 43 22.2 1 22 17.6 4 73 19.8

G 11 10 10 11 3

Plays 454 108 59 33 17

Rush 309 599 294 215 63

Pass 2268 0 0 0 133

No. 39

Yds 1443

Avg 37.0

Long 51

G 11 11 10 11 10 G 11 11 11 11 7

Rush 215 10 599 0 10 SOLO 64 46 30 38 25

Rec 218 749 22 194 459 AST 46 39 23 15 22

PR 0 30 0 25 0

Total 2577 599 294 215 196 TB 0

KOR 522 0 0 305 0

TOT 110 85 53 53 47

Avg/G 234.3 59.9 29.4 19.5 65.3 FC 9

IR 0 0 0 0 0

I20 Blkd 10 2 Tot Avg/G 955 86.8 789 71.7 621 62.1 524 47.6 469 46.9

TFL-YDS 14.0-51 7.0-23 2.0-19 1.5-3 5.0-9

GWU 305 27.7 224 90 118 16 1732 1977 245 402 4.3 157.5 23 2401 359-223-5 6.7 10.8 218.3 13 4133 761 5.4 375.7 49-1020 15-78 12-114 20.8 5.2 9.5 18-10 76-700 63.6 51-1808 35.5 30.6 29:28 70/158 44% 6/16 38% 25-142 73 38 13-16 1-1 32-35 91% 22-35 63% 38-38 100% 25771 5/5154

SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Att-Comp-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-YARDS PUNT RETURNS: #-YARDS INT RETURNS: #-YARDS KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-YARDS Average Per Game PUNTS-YARDS Average Per Punt Net punt average TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME 3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 3rd-Down Pct 4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 4th-Down Pct SACKS BY-YARDS MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS PAT-ATTEMPTS ATTENDANCE Games/Avg Per Game SCORE BY QUARTERS Gardner-Webb Opponents

SKS-YDS 5.0-26 1.0-4 . . 1.0-4

2010 returnees in ALL CAPS

Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

1st 68 71

3rd 58 64

4th 83 79

OT ---

2009 RESULTS (6-5, 3-3 Big South) MARS HILL W, 58-14 at Western Carolina W, 27-20 at North Carolina State L, 14-45 at VMI * W, 27-23 at Buffalo L, 3-40 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN * W, 27-20 SOUTHERN VIRGINIA W, 65-0 STONY BROOK * L, 14-24 at Coastal Carolina * L, 21-26 #16 LIBERTY * L, 28-51 at Presbyterian * W, 21-14

* - Big South Conference game HOME GAME IN ALL CAPS

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2nd 96 63

OPP 277 25.2 216 82 105 29 1402 1708 306 401 3.5 127.5 12 2411 349-188-12 6.9 12.8 219.2 20 3813 750 5.1 346.6 56-1009 23-226 5-30 18.0 9.8 6.0 20-13 62-559 50.8 48-1664 34.7 32.6 30:15 65/157 41% 16/23 70% 20-118 -20 35 11-14 0-1 33-39 85% 24-39 62% 30-33 91% 93134 6/15522 Total 305 277


LIBERTY UNIVERSITY FLAMES 2010 SCHEDULE Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20

ST. FRANCIS (Pa.) ^ ................. 12:00pm at Ball State ............................ ............................7:00pm 7:00pm at Robert Morris..................... 12:00pm at James Madison.................... 6:00pm SAVANNAH STATE ..................... .....................7:00pm 7:00pm CHARLESTON SOUTHERN * ......... .........3:30pm 3:30pm at VMI *.................................. ..................................1:30pm 1:30pm at Presbyterian * ...................... ......................1:30pm 1:30pm GARDNER-WEBB *..................... .....................3:30pm 3:30pm at Coastal Carolina *.................. ..................1:00pm 1:00pm STONY BROOK * ....................... .......................3:30pm 3:30pm

HOME GAME IN ALL CAPS * - Big South Conference game All Times EST and subject to change

2010 TEAM INFORMATION LU leads series, 1-0 1st meeting 1st meeting JMU leads series, 10-5 LU leads series, 1-0 LU leads series, 15-2 LU leads series, 6-3 PC leads series, 4-3 GWU leads series, 8-7-1 LU leads series, 4-3 series tied, 1-1

^ - at City Stadium - Lynchburg, Va.

FLAME QUICK FACTS Location:.....................................................................Lynchburg, Va. Founded:..................................................................................1971 Enrollment:.............................................................................11,928 Nickname: ............................................................................ Flames School Colors:........................................................Red, White and Blue Stadium: ....................................................... Williams Stadium (19,200) Surface: ............................................................................. FieldTurf Vice Chancellor and Acting Provost:........... Dr. Ron Godwin (Bob Jones, 1960) Athletics Director: ...................................Jeff Barber (East Carolina, 1981) Senior Woman Administrator: .......................................... Meredith Eaker Faculty Athletics Representative:........................................... Bill Gribbin Athletic Dept. Phone: .......................................................434-582-2100 Ticket Office Phone:.........................................................434-582-SEAT Website:..........................................................www.libertyflames.com

Primary Offense: Two-Back Set Primary Defense: 3-4 Lettermen Returning: 39 16 Offense 20 Defense 3 Specialty Lettermen Lost: 25 15 Offense 8 Defense 2 Specialty Starters Returning: 15 2009 All-Conference Honors Offense (5) QB/WR Mike Brown, 6-0, 205, R-Jr. ..............Offensive Player of the Year WR Chris Summers, 6-4, 190, R-Jr. ................2nd Team All-Big South RB B.J. Hayes, 5-9, 190, R-Jr. OL Alex Stadler, 6-2, 315, R-Sr. ....................2nd Team All-Big South OL Justin Vargas, 6-5, 300, R-Sr. Defense (6) DL Asa Chapman, 6-5, 380, Jr. ....................2nd Team All-Big South DL Daryl Robertson, 6-2, 290, R-Sr. LB Doncel Bolt, 6-3, 230, Sr........................2nd Team All-Big South LB Chad Brown, 6-2, 240, R-Sr. DB Donald Manns, 5-9, 185, R-Sr. DB Larry Claiborne, 6-0, 190, R-Jr. Specialty (4) K Matt Bevins, 6-2, 185, Jr. ........................1st Team All-Big South P Mike Larsson, 5-10, 175, Sr. ....................2nd Team All-Big South PK Ben Shipps, 6-1, 155, R-Jr. RS Mike Brown, 6-0, 205, R-Jr.

FLAME FOOTBALL FACTS First Year:.................................................................................1973 Overall All-Time Record: ................................................ 190-195-4 (.494) Overall Big South Record: .................................................... 23-11 (.676) Big South Championships: .........................................3 (2007, 2008, 2009) No. Years in Playoffs (Years):......................................................... none All-Time Playoff Record: ................................................................ n/a Last Postseason Appearance:.......................................................... n/a 2009 Overall Record: .....................................................................8-3 2009 Big South Record (Finish):................................................ 5-1 (T-1st) Final 2009 National Rankings: .................................21st - FCS Coaches Poll ............................................................ 22nd - The Sports Network Poll Football Office Phone: ......................................................434-582-2040 Best Time To Reach Coach Danny Rocco: ........................Weekday mornings Football SID Contact: ......................................................Todd Wetmore SID Office Phone:.............................................................434-582-2292 SID Cell Phone:................................................................434-841-8974 SID e-mail: .........................................................twetmore@liberty.edu SID Fax:.........................................................................434-582-2076 Press Box Phone: .............................................................434-582-4628

Starters Lost: 13 Offense (6) QB Tommy Beecher .................................2nd Team All-Big South FB Derek Bishop TE Will Quarles.......................................2nd Team All-Big South OL Josh Weaver .......................................1st Team All-Big South OL Bryan Mosier .......................................1st Team All-Big South OL Mario Cosby.......................................2nd Team All-Big South Defense (5) DL Trey Jacobs ........................................1st Team All-Big South LB Wes Cheek ........................................2nd Team All-Big South LB Ian Childress DB Chris Rocco .......................................2nd Team All-Big South DB Tim Torrence Specialty (2) RS Aaron Hewlett....................................2nd Team All-Big South LS Robby Cramer

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LIBERTY UNIVERSITY FLAMES HEAD COACH DANNY ROCCO

DANNY ROCCO’S HEAD COACHING RECORD Year School 2006 Liberty 2007 Liberty 2008 Liberty 2009 Liberty Career Total

5th season at Liberty 32-13 (.711)

HOMETOWN: Huntington, Pa. ALMA MATER (YEAR): Wake Forest (1984) PLAYING CAREER: Outside Linebacker at Wake Forest (1982-83) Linebacker at Penn State (1979-80) COACHING CAREER: Liberty - Head Coach..........................................2006-present Virginia - Associate Head Coach/LB .............................. 2002-05 Virginia - Assistant Head Coach/LB ............................... 2001-02 Virginia - Recruiting Coordinator .................................. 2001-02 New York Jets - Linebackers/Special Teams ........................2000 Maryland - Linebackers ............................................. 1998-99 Texas - Linebackers/Special Teams............................... 1994-97 Boston College - Defensive Line ....................................1991-93 Tulsa - Linebackers .................................................. 1988-90 Colorado - Linebackers.................................................. 1987 Wake Forest - Graduate Assistant/Defensive Line ............. 1984-86 COACHING & CAREER HIGHLIGHTS • Three-time Big South Football Champions (2007, 2008, 2009) • Led Liberty to its first Big South football championship in 2007 • First three-time Big South Coach of the Year (2006, 2007, 2008) in League history • Led Flames to five-game improvement in 2006 (third-best in NCAA) • Helped Virginia to back-to-back Continental Tire Bowl victories in 2002 and 2003 and MPC Computers Bowl appearance in 2005 • Virginia’s 2002 recruiting class ranked top 10 nationally • Helped Texas to three-straight conference championships an three-straight bowl appearances (Fiesta, Sugar and Sun) • Member of Boston College staff that appeared in Hall of Fame Bowl (1993) and Carquest Bowl (1994) • Played in 1979 Liberty Bowl with Penn State and 1983 Mirage Bowl with Wake Forest ASSISTANT COACHES & SUPPORT STAFF Pete Sundheim (Delaware, 1971) - Associate Head Coach/RBs Tom Clark (Maryland, 1986) - Defensive Coordinator/LBs Brandon Streeter (Clemson, 1999) - Offensive Coordinator/QBs Marshall Roberts (Rutgers, 1993) - Special Teams Coordinator/CBs Charlie Skalaski (Florida, 1978) - Recruiting Coordinator/WRs Wally Ake (William & Mary, 1972) - Secondary Levern Belin (Wake Forest, 1991) - Defensive Line H.T. Kinney (Wisconsin-Platteville, 1988) - Running Game Coord./TEs Blaine McCorkle (LSU, 2000) - Offensive Line Manny Rojas (Liberty, 2007) - Linebackers Mike Morris - Equipment Manager Chris Brown - Assistant Equipment Manager Danny Wenger - Video Coordinator Bev Cole - Administrative Assistant

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Overall 6-5 8-3 10-2 8-3 32-13

Big South 2-2 4-0 5-0 5-1 16-3


LIBERTY UNIVERSITY FLAMES 2010 ALPHABETICAL ROSTER NO. NAME YR 41 Adams, Terry R-Sr. 82 Apon, Brandon R-Fr. 45 Arelt, Brian R-Fr. 46 Bah, Francis R-Fr. 51 Bannon, Patrick Sr. 35 Baptiste, Matthew Fr. 25 Barnett, Chase R-Fr. 19 Bayoh, Sorie R-Fr. 49 Bevins, Matt Jr. 59 Bolt, Doncel Sr. 91 Bowman, Dylan Fr. 77 Boyd, Malcolm So. 12 Brennan, Tyler R-So. 20 Broggin, Danny R-Sr. 70 Brown, Aaron R-Jr. 95 Brown, Chad R-Sr. 43 Brown, Jerry R-Fr. 10 Brown, Mike R-Jr. 30 Cadet, Isaac R-Fr. 63 Camire, Matt R-Sr. 47 Carter John R-Fr. 98 Chapman, Asa Jr. 17 Claiborne, Larry R-Jr. 38 Coleman, Irwin R-Jr. 55 Connolly, Mike R-Jr. 5 Davis, Korrey R-So. 19 DeArmon, Kyle R-Sr. 43 Dial, Aaron R-Fr. 83 Duke, Zach R-Sr. 42 Dutra, Elliot R-Fr. 4 Eden, Jimmy R-So. 23 Edmond, D.J. R-Fr. 44 Fath, Eric R-Fr. 3 Fogg, Kevin So. 85 Francis, Brandon Fr. 99 Freeman, Cory R-Fr. 48 Gagliardi, Peter R-Fr. 2 Garner, Ervin R-Jr. 84 Gibson, Patrick R-Fr. 16 Glover, Jaquan Fr. 42 Gunn, Justin R-So. 27 Hagen, Jacob Fr. 73 Hanson, Mitch Fr. 26 Harvey, Donte’ R-Fr. 36 Hawkes, Pierre So. 7 Hayes, B.J. R-Jr. 37 Healey, Josh R-Fr. 11 Henderson, Gabe Fr. 29 Henderson, Jeffrey R-Jr. 72 Herring, Stan R-So. 86 Hicks, Bellmon Sr. 13 Hobby, Ron R-So. 24 Holloway, SirChauncey So. 18 Hudson, Brian R-Fr. 30 Hyland, Scott Fr.

POS DL TE LB TE DL LB RB DB K LB DL OL QB DB OL LB WR QB WR OL FB DL DB RB LB RB WR DB WR RB WR DB TE DB WR DL FB WR TE WR DL DB OL WR DB WR DB QB DB OL WR DB RB QB LB

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

WT 255 220 210 250 245 215 175 165 185 230 240 280 215 210 290 240 170 205 190 275 220 380 190 190 245 190 185 200 175 185 175 200 255 175 170 250 240 165 210 190 205 195 280 170 165 190 210 195 190 275 170 180 195 205 220

HOMETOWN / PREVIOUS SCHOOL Elkin, N.C. / Elkin HS Woodstock, Ga. / The King’s Academy Massillon, Ohio / Massillon HS Duisburg, Germany / Lise-Meitner Lexington, Va. / Rockbridge County HS Virginia Beach, Va. / Ocean Lakes HS Stafford, Va. / Brooke Point HS Miami, Fla. / Gulliver Prepatory Newport News, Va. / Warwick HS Long Beach, Calif. / Polytechnic HS (Cerritos) Ocean Isle Beach, N.C. / West Brunswick HS Spartanburg, S.C. / Dorman HS Anderson, S.C. / T.L Hanna HS Brookneal, Va. / William Campbell HS South Hill, Va. / Park View Senior HS Melbourne, Fla. / Eau Gallie HS Chester, Va. / Lloyd C. Bird HS Charlottesville, Va. / Monticello HS Detroit, Mich. / Livonia Franklin HS Midlothian, Va. / Manchester HS Manassas, Va. / Osbourn HS Orange, Va. / Orange Co. HS (Fork Union) Ringgold, Va. / GW Danville HS Owings Mills, Md. / Owings Mills HS Sarasota, Fla. / Cardinal Mooney HS Lynchburg, Va. / Heritage HS (Massachusetts) Clearwater, Fla. / Indian Rocks Christian HS Manassas, Va. / Stonewall Jackson HS Bargersville, Tenn. / Greenwood (Anderson) Greenwood, Ind. / Center Grove (Marion) Peachtree City, Ga. / Landmark Christian HS Spotsylvania, Pa. / Riverbend HS Quakertown, Pa. / Quakertown HS Raleigh, N.C. / Apex HS Herndon, Va. / Westville HS (Fork Union) Raeford, N.C. / Hoke County HS Miami, Fla. / Miami Sunset HS (Buffalo) Fairfax, Va. / Oakton HS (Virginia Tech) Virginia Beach, Va. / Great Bridge HS Virginia Beach, Va. / Bayside HS (Fork Union) Seattle, Wash. / Renton HS (Washington) Orange Park, Fla. / Orange Park HS Daleville, Va. / Lord Botetourt Roanoke, Va. / Salem HS Dinwiddie, Va. / Dinwiddie HS (N. Mexico Mil.) Valentines, Va. / Brunswick HS Virginia Beach, Va. / Atlantic Shores Garner, N.C. / Southeast Raleigh HS Garner, N.C. / Southeast Raleigh HS (N.C. Central) Woodstock, Ga. / Kell HS Woodbridge, Va. / Freedom HS Washington, D.C. / Gwynn Park HS (Pittsburgh) Seffner, Fla. / Armwood HS Stafford, Va. / Brooke Point HS Forest, Va. / Liberty Christian Academy

NO. NAME 92 Jackson, Hunter -- Jauch, Drew 34 Jenkins, Marques 9 Kelly, Pat 90 Kinkead, Jeremy 26 Kollock, Jason 47 Larsson, Mike 94 Latif, A.B. 28 Lee, KaJuan 60 Lewellyn, Bryant 6 Lillard, Cory 78 Lundy, Aaron 31 Manns, Donald 87 Marsh, Austin 57 Martin, Nick 32 Mayo, Chris 82 Medlin, Josh 26 Mickens, Ryan 74 Mondor, Andre 29 Nelson, Thomas 33 O’Donnell, Kyle 22 Poindexter, Julian 15 Pratt, Greg 56 Ray, Greg 16 Reese, Brian 40 Revell, Nathan 28 Rice, Desmond 96 Robertson, Daryl 22 Robinson, Brandon 58 Schuster, Greg 14 Scott, Kenny 89 Shaver, Tommy 39 Shipps, Ben 45 Sigmon, Nick 50 Smissen, Richard 97 Smith, Tim 21 Spann, Randy 62 Stadler, Alex -- Stokes, Matt 1 Summers, Chris 65 Tomlin, Mark 76 Vargas, Justin 93 Varol, Paco 8 Vinson, Brent 16 Ward, Demetrius 81 Washington, Keithen 68 Weatherington, Jay 22 Wells, Josh 79 Wendland, Soeren 75 White, Toney 54 Widener, Kevin 88 Wilkes, Steven 67 Williams, Jeremiah 80 Wrede, Matthias 64 Wright, Richard

#10 MIKE BROWN R-Jr., QB 6-0, 205

YR POS R-Fr. WR Fr. DB R-So. LB So. WR R-Fr. LB Fr. DB Jr. K/P R-Jr. DL R-Jr. DB R-So. DL R-Fr. DB R-So. OL R-Sr. DB R-So. WR R-Fr. LB R-Fr. DB Sr. WR Fr. RB Fr. OL R-So. DB R-Sr. LB R-Jr. WR R-Fr. WR Fr. OL Fr. QB R-Sr. FB Fr. RB R-Sr. DL Jr. DB R-So. DL Fr. DB R-Jr. TE R-Jr. K Fr. LB R-Fr. OL/LS R-Sr. DL Fr. DB R-Sr. OL Fr. DL R-Jr. WR R-Jr. OL R-Sr. OL R-Fr. DL So. DB So. LB R-So. WR So. OL R-Fr. RB R-Sr. OL R-Jr. OL Fr. OL R-So. TE R-So. OL R-Sr. TE R-Fr. OL

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

WT 210 180 235 200 220 220 175 265 185 290 205 305 185 185 225 205 180 230 330 205 240 185 160 300 220 235 185 290 165 300 165 255 155 240 230 285 205 315 250 190 270 300 250 195 235 170 295 190 290 285 270 280 285 280 275

HOMETOWN / PREVIOUS SCHOOL Sewell, N.J. / Washington TWP Waxhaw, N.C. / Parkwood HS Stafford, Va. / Hargrave Mil. Acad. (Ole Miss) New Orleans, La. / Liberty Christian Academy Vinton, Va. / William Byrd HS Milford, Va. / Milford HS Monroe, N.C. / Piedmont HS Chesterfield, Va. / Manchester (Virginia Tech) Newport News, Va. / Heritage HS Danbury, N.C. / North Stokes HS Remington, Va. / Liberty HS (Virginia) Chilhowie, Va. / Chilhowie HS Jacksonville, Fla. / The Bolles School Quarryville, Pa. / Solanco HS Apex, N.C. / Apex HS Neptune, N.J. / St. John Vianney (Fork Union) Thaxton, Va. / Staunton River (Emory & Henry) Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. / University Christian Tampa, Fla. / H.B. Plant HS Staunton, Va. / Robert E. Lee HS (Bridgton) York, Pa. / Dallastown Area HS Bedford, Va. / Liberty HS (Marshall) Naples, Fla. / Naples HS (Troy) Pearisburg, Va. / Giles HS Chambersburg, Pa. / Chambersburg HS Peekskill, N.Y. / Highlands Christian HS Forest, Va. / Liberty Christian Academy Bedford, Va. / Liberty HS (Virginia Tech) Waxhaw, N.C. / Charlotte Christian HS Waxhaw, N.C. / Charlotte Latin HS Appomattox, Va. / Appomattox HS Hot Springs, Va. / Bath County HS Venice, Fla. / Venice HS Roanoke, Va. / Northside HS Forest, Va. / Liberty Christian Academy High Point, N.C. / High Point Andrews HS Glen Burnie, Md. / Old Mill HS Bealeton, Va. / Liberty HS (Alabama) Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. / St. Thomas Aquinas HS Jacksonville, Fla. / Jean Ribault HS Amherst, Va. / Amherst (VMI) Jacksonville, Fla. / Trinity Christian HS Hamburg, Germany / Wirtschafts HS Charlotte, N.C. / Ardrey Kell HS (Fork Union) Hampton, Va. / Phoebus HS Manassas, Va. / Stonewall Jackson (Grambling) Woodbridge, Va. / Woodbridge HS Alexandria, Va. / Potomac HS (Virginia-Wise) Cuxhaven, Germany / Amandus-Abendroth Manassas Park, Va. / Manassas Park HS Lebanon, Va. / Lebanon HS Clifton Forge, Va. / Alleghany HS Buckingham, Va. / Buckingham County HS Langenhagen, Germany / Santa Barbara City Col. Nathalie, Va. / Halifax County HS

#93 DONCEL BOLT Sr., ILB 6-3, 230

NOTES: 2009 Big South Offensive Player of the Year ... Only sophomore in Big South history to receive the accolade ... FirstTeam All-Conference at wide receiver ... Named to the CSN Fabulous 50 All-America team ... … Ranked No. 37 nationally in receptions per game (5.45) ... Three-time Big South Offensive Player of the Week in 2009 -- the only player to earn the honor three times last season ... Started all 11 games with 10 at wide receiver and one at quarterback ... Finished the year with nine rushing touchdowns, which ranked tied for second in the Big South in rushing touchdowns ... Ranked third in the Big South in all-purpose yards per game and second in all-purpose yards per game in Conference-only contests (119.7) ... Was responsible for 15 total touchdowns ... Led Liberty to a road victory in his only start at QB, passing for 242 yards (29-of-36) and a touchdown against Lafayette.

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NOTES: 2010 team captain ... SecondTeam All-Big South in 2009 ... Played in all 11 contests with eight starts ... Ranked second on the team in total tackles ... Led the team and ranked fifth in the Big South in assisted tackles ... Had two doublefigure tackle games ... Second on the team in tackles-for-loss ... Had nine tackles, including a shared sack for three yards, and a quarterback hurry against North Carolina Central ... Led the Flames with 13 tackles against No. 6 James Madison, including a career-best nine assisted tackles, plus one TFL ... Made five stops and 1.5 tackles-for-loss against Coastal Carolina ... Posted 10 tackles, including nine assisted stops, against Charleston Southern ... Tied a season-high with four solo tackles against Presbyterian College ... Helped Liberty finish 2009 ranked No. 24 in scoring defense (19.1), No. 24 in fumbles recovered (12), No. 1 in turnover margin (1.91) and No. 9 in turnovers gained (29).


LIBERTY UNIVERSITY FLAMES 2009 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS RUSHING Aldreakis Allen MIKE BROWN SirCHAUNCEY HOLLOWAY B.J. HAYES Tommy Beecher PASSING Tommy Beecher MIKE BROWN TYLER BRENNAN

GP 11 11 8 7 10

Att Gain Loss 118 553 23 77 498 56 54 307 22 40 251 4 60 267 74

2009 TEAM STATISTICS

Net Avg TD Long Avg/G 530 4.5 9 42 48.2 442 5.7 9 70 40.2 285 5.3 7 42 35.6 247 6.2 2 74 35.3 193 3.2 2 31 19.3

G EfямБc Cmp-Att-Int Pct Yds TD Lng Avg/G 10 139.43 154-227-5 67.8 1700 9 80 170.0 11 142.75 48-68-0 70.6 427 4 47 38.8 5 116.56 9-15-0 60.0 101 0 25 20.2

RECEIVING MIKE BROWN CHRIS SUMMERS Freddie Brown Aldreakis Allen B.J. HAYES

G 11 11 11 11 7

No. 60 46 21 21 15

Yds 698 603 204 156 119

Avg 11.6 13.1 9.7 7.4 7.9

PUNT RETURNS MIKE BROWN Aaron Hewlett

No. 9 8

Yds 62 41

Avg 6.9 5.1

TD 0 0

Long 15 25

INTERCEPTIONS KaJUAN LEE Ian Childress Wes Cheek

No. 5 2 2

Yds 42 34 21

Avg 8.4 17.0 10.5

TD 0 1 0

Long 29 34 20

KICK RETURNS Aaron Hewlett MIKE BROWN DANNY BROGGIN

No. 11 10 9

Yds 337 215 204

Avg 30.6 21.5 22.7

TD 1 0 0

Long 80 45 40

SCORING MATT BEVINS MIKE BROWN Aldreakis Allen SirCHAUNCEY HOLLOWAY Will Quarles CHRIS SUMMERS

|------ PATs ------| TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Pts 0 22-26 41-42 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 107 11 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 66 9 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 54 7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 42 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 24 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 24

TOTAL OFFENSE Tommy Beecher MIKE BROWN Aldreakis Allen SirCHAUNCEY HOLLOWAY B.J. HAYES PUNTING MIKE LARSSON ALL PURPOSE MIKE BROWN Aldreakis Allen CHRIS SUMMERS Aaron Hewlett B.J. HAYES TACKLES Wes Cheek DONCEL BOLT Chris Rocco CHAD BROWN Ian Childress

TD Long Avg/G 2 80 63.5 4 47 54.8 0 25 18.5 0 19 14.2 0 26 17.0

G 10 11 11 8 7

Plays 287 145 118 54 40

Rush 193 442 530 285 247

Pass 1700 427 0 0 0

No. 40

Yds 1469

Avg 36.7

Long 71

G 11 11 11 11 7 G 11 11 11 11 11

Rush 442 530 4 112 247 SOLO 36 20 20 15 10

Rec 698 156 603 29 119 AST 36 42 37 36 36

PR 62 0 0 41 0

Total 1893 869 530 285 247 TB 2

KOR 215 92 0 337 0

TOT 72 62 57 51 46

Avg/G 189.3 79.0 48.2 35.6 35.3 FC 11

IR 0 0 0 0 0

I20 Blkd 18 1 Tot Avg/G 1417 128.8 778 70.7 607 55.2 519 47.2 366 52.3

TFL-YDS 2.0-15 6.0-15 . 2.5-8 3.0-11

LU 400 36.4 202 93 93 16 1937 2146 209 385 5.0 176.1 31 2228 310-211-5 7.2 10.6 202.5 13 4165 695 6.0 378.6 39-881 17-103 17-167 22.6 6.1 9.8 11-3 56-466 42.4 41-1479 36.1 34.0 30:24 60/141 43% 7/10 70% 15-103 9 48 22-26 0-1 47-51 92% 34-51 67% 46-47 98% 89587 6/14931

SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Att-Comp-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-YARDS PUNT RETURNS: #-YARDS INT RETURNS: #-YARDS KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-YARDS Average Per Game PUNTS-YARDS Average Per Punt Net punt average TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME 3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 3rd-Down Pct 4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 4th-Down Pct SACKS BY-YARDS MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS PAT-ATTEMPTS ATTENDANCE Games/Avg Per Game SCORE BY QUARTERS Liberty Opponents

SKS-YDS 1.5-15 2.0-11 . 0.5-2 0.5-5

2010 returnees in ALL CAPS

Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

1st 85 54

3rd 77 20

4th 134 70

OT ---

2009 RESULTS (8-3, 5-1 Big South) at West Virginia L, 20-33 NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL W, 35-10 at Lafayette W, 19-13 #6 JAMES MADISON L, 10-24 WEST VIRGINIA WESLEYAN W, 45-7 COASTAL CAROLINA * W, 58-13 at Charleston Southern * W, 20-13 PRESBYTERIAN * W, 55-19 VMI * W, 54-14 at Gardner-Webb * W, 51-28 at Stony Brook * L, 33-36

* - Big South Conference game HOME GAME IN ALL CAPS

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2nd 104 66

OPP 210 19.1 182 92 78 12 1666 1956 290 402 4.1 151.5 14 1888 271-160-17 7.0 11.8 171.6 10 3554 673 5.3 323.1 65-1469 13-44 5-45 22.6 3.4 9.0 21-12 73-581 52.8 51-1833 35.9 33.1 29:36 53/145 37% 10/19 53% 15-72 20 25 11-15 1-2 24-36 67% 15-36 42% 23-24 96% 79957 5/15991 Total 400 210


PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE BLUE HOSE 2010 SCHEDULE Sept. 2 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20

at Wake Forest ........................ ........................6:30pm 6:30pm at Clemson .............................3:30pm at The Citadel ......................... .........................7:00pm 7:00pm NORTH GREENVILLE ................. .................1:30pm 1:30pm at VMI *.................................. ..................................1:30pm 1:30pm COASTAL CAROLINA * ............... 2:00pm at Gardner-Webb *.................... ....................1:30pm 1:30pm LIBERTY *............................... ...............................1:30pm 1:30pm STONY BROOK * ....................... .......................1:00pm 1:00pm at Charleston Southern * ............ ............1:30pm 1:30pm DAVIDSON ..............................1:00pm

2010 TEAM INFORMATION WF leads series, 5-4-1 CLEM leads series, 32-2-4 CIT leads series, 49-11-1 PC leads series, 4-0 VMI leads series, 2-1 CCU leads series, 2-1 series tied, 16-16 PC leads series, 4-3 SBU leads series, 1-0 PC leads series, 12-5 DAV leads series, 14-12-2

HOME GAME IN ALL CAPS * - Big South Conference game All Times EST and subject to change

BLUE HOSE QUICK FACTS Location:........................................................................Clinton, S.C. Founded:................................................................................. 1880 Enrollment:..............................................................................1,200 Nickname: .........................................................................Blue Hose School Colors:.............................................................Garnet and Blue Stadium: ...............................................Bailey Memorial Stadium (6,500) Surface: ....................................................................... Natural Grass President:........................................ Dr. John V. Griffith (Dickinson, 1969) Athletics Director: ...........................Brian Brian Reese ((Grand Grand Valley State, 1986) Senior Woman Administrator: ...............................................Dee Nichols Faculty Athletics Representative:..................................... Dr. Craig Powell Athletic Dept. Phone: ...................................................... 864-833-8240 Ticket Office Phone:.........................................................864-833-8241 Website:............................................................ www.gobluehose.com

Primary Offense: Pro Style Primary Defense: 4-5-2 Lettermen Returning: 49 26 Offense 21 Defense 5 Specialty Lettermen Lost: 14 6 Offense 8 Defense 1 Specialty Starters Returning: 22 2009 All-Conference Honors Offense (9) QB Brandon Miley, 6-2, 225, R-Jr. RB Trandon Dendy, 5-9, 215, R-Sr. WR Patrick McKoy, 6-0, 175, Jr.........................2nd Team All-Big South WR Bruce Smith, 5-7, 161, Sr. TE Robert Bumgarner, 6-5, 241, R-Sr. OL Grayson Sumner, 6-2, 299, Sr. OL Jared Tavernier, 5-10, 264, Sr. OL Michael Butler, 6-3, 290, Sr. OL Max Travis, 6-3, 280, Jr. Defense (7) LE Derren Evans, 6-2, 235, Jr. RE Brian Leonardi, 6-3, 223, R-Sr. NG Darnell Epps, 6-1, 265, Sr. LB Derek Brown, 6-2, 229, Sr. CB Justin Bethel, 6-0, 185, Jr..........................2nd Team All-Big South CB Brian Wilson, 5-8, 175, Sr. FS Damon Lawrence, 5-10, 180, Jr.

BLUE HOSE FOOTBALL FACTS First Year:.................................................................................1913 Overall All-Time Record: ...............................................472-444-35 (.515) Overall Big South Record: ...................................................... 0-6 (.000) Big South Championships: ............................................................ none No. Years in Playoffs (Years):.............................................................. 4 .................................. (1960, 1979 NAIA, 1987 NAIA, 2005 NCAA Division II) All-Time Playoff Record: .................................................................2-4 Last Postseason Appearance:.................2005 NCAA Division II Second Round ............................................................. vs. Central Arkansas (L, 28-53) 2009 Overall Record: ................................................................... 0-11 2009 Big South Record (Finish):..................................................0-6 (7th) Final 2009 National Rankings: ....................................................... none Football Office Phone: ......................................................864-833-8247 Best Time To Reach Coach Harold Nichols: ...............................Contact SID Football SID Contact: ......................................................... Brent Hager SID Office Phone:............................................................ 864-833-8252 SID Cell Phone:................................................................704-219-3790 SID e-mail: ........................................................... bchager@presby.edu SID Fax:........................................................................ 864-833-8323 Press Box Phone: ............................................................ 864-938-4040

Specialty (4) K Aaron Mayes, 5-10, 170, Soph. P Patrick Morgano, 6-2, 205, Soph. KR Tyler Robbins, 6-1, 180, Sr. PR Mike Ruff, 5-8, 175, R-Soph. Starters Lost: 8 Offense (2) WR Matt Quinn OL Nic Lanzo Defense (4) NT Matt Freeman LB Stephen Thomas LB Connor Norman CB Bo Tribble Specialty (2) LS Matt Quinn ............................................2nd Team All-Big South HLD Parker Fleming

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PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE BLUE HOSE HEAD COACH HAROLD NICHOLS

HAROLD NICHOLS’ HEAD COACHING RECORD Year 2009

2nd season at Presbyterian College 0-11 (.000)

HOMETOWN: New Smyrna Beach, Fla. ALMA MATER (YEAR): Presbyterian College (1989) PLAYING CAREER: Quarterback at Presbyterian College (1985-89) Quarterback at New Smyrna Beach HS (1983-85) COACHING CAREER: Presbyterian College - Head Coach.........................2009-present Bucknell - Offensive Coordinator/QBs/Fullbacks ...............2008-09 Rhode Island - Associate Head Coach/Offensive Coord.......2000-07 Presbyterian College - Wide Receivers/Kickers/Specialists .. 1996-00 Georgia Southern - WRs/RBs/DEs/Kickers/Specialists .........1993-96 Presbyterian College - Quarterbacks/Running Backs ......... 1990-92 COACHING & CAREER HIGHLIGHTS • Rhode Island broke school rushing record every year in first four seasons with the program • 2003 squad rushed for A-10 record 4,003 yards to rank 2nd in FCS that season • Helped Georgia Southern to a 33-15 record and two NCAA quarterfinal playoff appearances (1993, 1995) during his tenure • Member of coaching staff that won 2003 SoCon title • Helped PC improve from 5-6 in 1997 to 8-3 and 7-4 the next two seasons ASSISTANT COACHES & SUPPORT STAFF Tom Evangelista (Vanderbilt, 1994) - Defensive Coordinator/ Doug Malone (Carson-Newman, 1982) - Offensive Coordinator/OL Matt Cain (Furman, 2004) - Quarterbacks Dave Dunagan (Presbyterian College, 2008) - Outside Linebackers Andrew Ford (Clemson, 1997) - Cornerbacks/Recruiting Coord. Klay Killingsworth (West Georgia, 1998) - Defensive Line Brandon Sarver (Georgia, 2003) - Tight Ends Roberto Pinilla (West Georgia, 1997) - Defensive Line Brian Rucker (Western Carolina, 2004) - Wide Receivers Nelson Jones - Director of Sports Medicine Jason Reed - Associate Head Athletic Trainer

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School Presbyterian College

Overall 0-11

Big South 0-6


PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE BLUE HOSE 2010 ALPHABETICAL ROSTER NO. NAME 43 Armstrong, Shawn 18 Bailey, Anderico 86 Bailey, Trent 48 Barnette, Stephen 26 Bethel, Justin 98 Boatwright, Xavier 51 Brown, Derek 84 Bumgarner, Robert 92 Burroughs, Iouli 33 Burton, Matthan 75 Butler, Michael 10 Byrd, Cedric 24 Byrd, Lance 11 Cannady, JL 55 Cole, Collin 59 Coleman, Lewis 83 Counts, Hunter 97 Davis, Brian 34 Dendy, Trandon 32 Devine, TJ 56 Epps, Darnell 99 Evans, Derren 61 Festa, James 69 Flanagan, Kevin 56 Fowler, Tim 74 Frankhouser, Murphy 8 Frost, Derek 63 Frye, Joe Ben 16 Gary, Myron 80 Gilkey, Joey 87 Gillespie, Justin -- Goodson, Teddy 79 Hall, Ryan 22 Hammond, Ellis 20 Harris, CeeJay 91 Hawkins, Connor 71 Haynes, Hunter 85 Houston, Zach 31 Hughes, Montel 50 Kaylor, Billy 39 King, Thomas 9 Lawrence, Damon 42 Leonardi, Brian 8 Lewis, Earnest 82 Ligon, Thomas -- Loughlin, Ed

YR So. So. R-Fr. R-Fr. Jr. R-So. Sr. R-Sr. R-So. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. R-So. Fr. Jr. R-Fr. Jr. R-Sr. R-So. Sr. Jr. R-Fr. R-Fr. R-Fr. Fr. So. R-So. R-Sr. Fr. R-So. Fr. R-So. R-Fr. Jr. R-So. R-Fr. Sr. Fr. R-Jr. R-Fr. Jr. R-Sr. Sr. R-So. R-Fr.

POS FB WR WR TE CB DL LB TE DE DB OL S RB QB OL LB WR DL RB FB DE DE OL OL OL OL WR OL QB TE WR LB OL QB LB DE OL TE LB OL WR CB DE OLB WR K

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

WT 210 175 190 230 185 240 229 241 220 190 290 175 185 195 295 220 161 275 215 215 265 235 275 285 270 280 185 240 223 240 180 220 258 175 225 240 280 238 187 279 180 180 223 190 160 180

HOMETOWN / PREVIOUS SCHOOL Sumter, S.C. / Sumter HS Covington, Ga. / Eastside HS Enoree, S.C. / Woodruff HS Greer, S.C. / Blue Ridge HS Blythewood, S.C. / Blythewood HS Manning, S.C. / Manning HS Ridgeway, S.C. / Blythewood HS Durham, S.C. / CE Jordan HS Irmo, S.C. / Dutch Fork HS Temple, Ga. / Temple HS Dacula, Ga. / Dacula HS Tyrone, Ga. / Sandy Creek HS Jacksonville, Fla. / Stanton College Prep Brandenburg, Ky. / Meade County HS Palm Harbor, Fla. / East Lake HS Saluda, S.C. / Saluda HS Lexington, S.C. / White Knoll HS Charlotte, N.C. / Providence Day School Laurens, S.C. / Laurens HS Sumter, S.C. / Sumter HS Sumter, S.C. / Crestwood HS Lawrenceville, Ga. / Wesleyan HS Greenwood, S.C. / Greenwood HS Charlotte, N.C. / Olympic HS (West Point) Aynor, S.C. / Conway HS Sylvania, Ga. / Screven County HS Columbia, S.C. / Richland Northeast HS Gaffney, S.C. / Gaffney HS New Ellenton, S.C. / Georgia Tech Woodstock, Ga. / Etowah HS Raleigh, N.C. / Chapel Hill HS Jacksonville, N.C. / White Oak HS Ladson, S.C. / Fort Dorchester HS Monks Corner, S.C. / St. Johns Christian Acad. Long Beach, Calif. / L.B. Wilson HS (Cerritos) Seneca, S.C. / Seneca HS Greenville, S.C. / Greenville HS Clover, S.C. / Clover HS North Augusta, S.C. / North Augusta HS Villa Rica, Ga. / Villa Rica HS Charleston, S.C. / Bishop England HS Jacksonville, Fla. / Bartram Trail HS Aiken, S.C. / Aiken HS Beech Island, S.C. / Silver Bluff HS Georgetown, S.C. / Waccamaw HS Newnan, Ga. / Heritage School

NO. NAME 25 Lynn, Isaiah 12 Marshall, Fred 45 Mayes, Aaron 1 McKoy, Patrick 77 Merritt, Evan 17 Miley, Brandon 89 Miller, Cam 94 Miller, Keyadd 15 Moreland, Seth 46 Morgano, Patrick 62 Newton, Andrew 88 Overholt, Derrick 23 Palmer, Greg 67 Phillips, Tyler 95 Polk, Josh 7 Pruitt, Jimmy 4 Ridenhour, Jabri 81 Robbins, Tyler 36 Roberts, James 57 Roper, Matthew 14 Ruff, Michael 49 Russell, J.J. -- Sharman, Kyle 64 Shepherd, Bryan 5 Singer, Ryan 13 Smith, Bruce 66 Sumner, Grayson 28 Swick, Drew 65 Tavernier, Jared 6 Terrell, Antarius 90 Thomas, Donovan 27 Thompson, Rossi 37 Tommie, Jeremy 76 Travis, Max 2 Valencia, Logan 93 Walker, Parrish 30 Watts, Jarrod 41 Wideman, Joe -- Willet, James 53 Williams, Andrew 19 Williams, Arthur 21 Williams, Mark 72 Williams, Stephon 3 Wilson, Brian 52 Wuellner, Nathaniel

YR Fr. Fr. So. Jr. R-So. R-Jr. Sr. R-Fr. R-Fr. So. R-Sr. R-So. R-Fr. R-Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Jr. R-Fr. R-So. So. Jr. R-Fr. Fr. Sr. Sr. R-So. Sr. So. Fr. R-Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. R-Jr. R-So. R-Jr. So. Fr. So. R-So. Sr. R-Jr.

POS LB DB K WR OL QB K DE RB K/P OL WR DB DB DE CB WR WR DB DL WR S DE DL QB WR OL DB OL CB DE CB K OL WR DL DB OLB LB OL WR CB OL CB OLB

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

WT 215 170 170 175 250 225 170 231 180 205 280 200 185 275 225 170 186 180 178 280 175 190 250 275 180 161 299 185 264 165 240 170 170 280 183 265 180 190 217 280 210 180 290 175 210

HOMETOWN / PREVIOUS SCHOOL Fort Lawn, S.C. / Great Falls HS Ocilla, Ga. / Irwin County HS Blythewood, S.C. / Blythewood HS Fayetteville, N.C. / Douglas Byrd HS Taylors, S.C. / Blue Ridge HS Wilmington, N.C. / JT Hoggard HS Lyman, S.C. / Byrnes HS Fort Mill, S.C. / Indian Land HS Conway, S.C. / Conway HS Greenville, S.C. / Wade Hampton HS Sautee, Ga. / White County HS Tryon, N.C. / Polk County HS Flowery Branch, Ga. / Flowery Branch HS Spartanburg, S.C. / Boiling Springs HS Lithonia, Ga. / Stephenson HS Orlando, Fla. / Edgewater HS Troy, N.C. / Western Guilford HS Homewood, Ala. / Homewood HS Dillon, S.C. / Dillon HS Raleigh, N.C. / Broughton HS Whitmire, S.C. / Whitmire HS Alpharetta, Ga. / Wesleyan HS Redondo Beach, Calif. / La Harbor Ellenwood, Ga. / Chamblee HS Dunedin, Fla. / Dunedin HS Shelby, N.C. / Crest HS Lexington, S.C. / Lexington HS Lawrenceville, Ga. / Collins Hill HS Anderson, S.C. / Belton-Honea Path HS Covington, Ga. / Eastside HS Watkinsville, Ga. / Oconee County HS Jacksonville, Fla. / Bishop-Kenny HS Greenwood, S.C. / Emerald HS Irmo, S.C. / Dutch Fork HS Chico, Calif. / Pleasant Valley HS Orlando, Fla. / Olympia HS Greer, S.C. / Riverside HS Belton, S.C. / Belton-Honea Path HS Greer, S.C. / Greer HS Townville, S.C. / Pendleton HS Baxley, Ga. / Appling County HS Lithia Springs, Ga. / Carver HS Belton, S.C. / Belton-Honea Path HS Sumter, S.C. / Sumter HS St. Augustine, Fla. / St. Augustine HS

#26 JUSTIN BETHEL Jr., CB 6-0, 185

#24 LANCE BYRD Soph., RB 5-8, 185 NOTES: Recorded 700 yards on the ground on 127 carries last season despite starting just three games ... Established a schoolrecord 274 rushing yards in his first career start, coming against Charleston Southern ... Had 286 all-purpose yards in that game ... Ran for 148 yards the next week at Coastal Carolina, tallying 194 all-purpose yards ... Three-time Big South Freshman of the Week ... Finished fourth in the Conference in rushing yards per game ... The only freshman in the Conference to finish in the top 10 for all-purpose yards ... Placed eighth in the League averaging 5.5 yards per rush ... Scored his first career touchdown against VMI ... Posted two against Charleston Southern ... Crossed the goal line against Gardner-Webb … Had at least 50 yards rushing six times last season.

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NOTES: Preseason Second-Team AllConference selection Phil Steele’s College Football Preview ... Second-Team All-Big South in 2009 ... Started all 11 games and led the team with 79 total tackles ... Finished third among defensive backs for tackles, averaging 7.2 per game (second in Conference only games –- 9.5) ... Seventh overall in the League for total tackles (fourth in Big South games) ... Led the team with three pass break-ups and three blocked kicks ... Tallied 10 tackles against Elon .. Recorded 13 stops, including 11 solo, and a blocked kick at Stony Brook ... Had a sack against The Citadel ... Totaled eight stops (seven solo) and had a pass break-up against VMI ... Had a gamehigh 11 tackles at Liberty ... Had a pass break-up and six tackles against Charleston Southern ... Posted eight tackles and two blocked kicks against Gardner-Webb.


PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE BLUE HOSE 2009 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS RUSHING LANCE BYRD TRANDON DENDY MICHAEL RUFF PASSING BRANDON MILEY Tim Webb Parker Fleming

GP 11 8 9

Att Gain Loss 127 718 18 133 596 42 9 130 0

2009 TEAM STATISTICS

Net Avg TD Long Avg/G 700 5.5 4 48 63.6 554 4.2 5 40 69.2 130 14.4 1 44 14.4

G EfямБc Cmp-Att-Int Pct Yds TD Lng Avg/G 11 109.10 151-276-16 54.7 1736 11 50 157.8 9 105.03 75-131-10 57.3 826 4 68 91.8 9 158.80 1-1-0 100.0 7 0 7 0.8

RECEIVING PATRICK McKOY Sean Adegbola ANDERICO BAILEY LANCE BYRD Matt Quinn

G 11 10 9 11 10

No. 47 28 27 22 20

Yds 615 602 207 158 300

Avg 13.1 21.5 7.7 7.2 15.0

PUNT RETURNS Bruce Smith

No. 4

Yds 12

Avg 3.0

TD 0

Long 81

INTERCEPTIONS DAMON LAWRENCE Bryce Smily Torrell Funderburk

No. 2 1 1

Yds 17 0 14

Avg 8.5 0.0 14.0

TD 0 0 0

Long 17 0 14

KICK RETURNS TYLER ROBBINS Bruce Smith MICHAEL RUFF

No. 27 25 12

Yds 558 436 235

Avg 20.7 17.4 19.6

TD 0 0 0

Long 51 32 30

SCORING AARON MAYES TRANDON DENDY Sean Adegbola PATRICK McKOY LANCE BYRD

TD 0 6 5 4 4

FGs 6-12 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

TOTAL OFFENSE BRANDON MILEY Tim Webb LANCE BYRD TRANDON DENDY PUNTING PATRICK MORGANO

TD Long Avg/G 4 44 55.9 5 68 60.2 0 21 23.0 0 18 14.4 1 50 30.0

|------ PATs ------| Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Pts 21-24 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 39 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 36 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 30 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 24 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 24

G 11 9 11 8

Plays 321 147 127 133

Rush -60 -61 700 554

Pass 1736 826 0 0

No. 47

Yds 1746

Avg 37.1

Long 55

ALL PURPOSE LANCE BYRD TRANDON DENDY TYLER ROBBINS PATRICK McKOY Sean Adegbola

G 11 8 9 11 10

TACKLES JUSTIN BETHEL DEREK BROWN Bo Tribble BRIAN LEONARDI Stephen Thomas

G 11 11 11 11 10

Rush 700 554 -2 0 0 SOLO 55 29 27 19 28

Rec 158 142 84 615 602 AST 24 31 26 32 18

PR 0 0 0 0 0

Total 1676 765 700 554 TB 3

KOR 0 0 558 0 0

TOT 79 60 53 51 46

Avg/G 152.4 85.0 63.6 69.2 FC 14

IR 0 0 0 0 0

I20 Blkd 9 0 Tot Avg/G 858 78.0 696 87.0 640 71.1 615 55.9 602 60.2

TFL-YDS 4.5-27 4.5-15 0.5-1 8.0-27 2.0-5

SKS-YDS 1.5-17 1.0-11 . 1.5-12 .

PC 214 19.5 220 74 121 25 1267 1573 306 338 3.7 115.2 12 2596 411-228-26 6.3 11.4 236.0 16 3863 749 5.2 351.2 71-1293 7-39 4-31 18.2 5.6 7.8 18-11 61-580 52.7 47-1746 37.1 33.8 28:41 61/158 39% 9/27 33% 14-99 -17 28 6-13 2-7 23-34 68% 17-34 50% 24-27 89% 13450 5/2690

SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Att-Comp-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-YARDS PUNT RETURNS: #-YARDS INT RETURNS: #-YARDS KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-YARDS Average Per Game PUNTS-YARDS Average Per Punt Net punt average TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME 3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 3rd-Down Pct 4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 4th-Down Pct SACKS BY-YARDS MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS PAT-ATTEMPTS ATTENDANCE Games/Avg Per Game SCORE BY QUARTERS Presbyterian College Opponents

2010 returnees in ALL CAPS

Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

1st 23 103

3rd 33 125

4th 93 98

OT ---

2009 RESULTS (0-11, 0-6 Big South) at Furman L, 21-45 #10 ELON L, 7-41 CHATTANOOGA L, 13-29 at The Citadel L, 21-46 at Stony Brook * L, 14-52 at Old Dominion L, 16-34 VMI * L, 20-31 at #23 Liberty * L, 19-55 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN * L, 32-46 at Coastal Carolina * L, 37-41 GARDNER-WEBB * L, 14-21

* - Big South Conference game HOME GAME IN ALL CAPS

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2nd 65 115

OPP 441 40.1 265 128 118 19 2648 2903 255 482 5.5 240.7 28 2607 295-189-4 8.8 13.8 237.0 29 5255 777 6.8 477.7 33-617 15-98 26-416 18.7 6.5 16.0 20-13 82-779 70.8 35-1221 34.9 32.1 31:14 69/135 51% 7/11 64% 30-186 0 60 11-16 0-0 51-61 84% 41-61 67% 48-57 84% 69423 6/11570 Total 214 441


STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY SEAWOLVES 2010 SCHEDULE Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20

at South Florida ....................... .......................7:00pm 7:00pm AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL ....... 6:00pm at Brown .............................. 12:30pm MASSACHUSETTS .................... 6:00pm VMI * ..................................... .....................................3:30pm 3:30pm at Lafayette............................ ............................1:00pm 1:00pm at Coastal Carolina *.................. ..................7:30pm 7:30pm CHARLESTON SOUTHERN * ......... .........3:00pm 3:00pm at Presbyterian * ...................... ......................1:00pm 1:00pm GARDNER-WEBB *..................... .....................1:00pm 1:00pm at Liberty * ............................. .............................3:30pm 3:30pm

2010 TEAM INFORMATION 1st meeting AI leads series, 2-1 series tied, 1-1 UMass leads series, 2-0 SBU leads series, 2-0 1st meeting SBU leads series, 2-0 series tied, 1-1 SBU leads series, 1-0 series tied, 1-1 series tied, 1-1

HOME GAME IN ALL CAPS * - Big South Conference game All Times EST and subject to change

SEAWOLF QUICK FACTS Location:...................................................................Stony Brook N.Y. Founded:..................................................................................1957 Enrollment:............................................................................ 24,692 Nickname: .........................................................................Seawolves School Colors:.........................................................Red, Blue and Grey Stadium: .......................................................... LaValle Stadium (8,136) Surface: ............................................................................. FieldTurf President:...................................Dr. Samuel L. Stanley, Jr. (Chicago, 1976) Athletics Director: ............................................ Jim Fiore (Hofstra, 1991) Senior Woman Administrator: .........................................Donna Woodruff Faculty Athletics Representative:...................................Dr. Randy Susman Athletic Dept. Phone: ....................................................... 631-632-7205 Ticket Office Phone:........................................................631-632-WOLF Website:............................................................ www.goseawolves.org

Primary Offense: Multiple Primary Defense: 4-3 Lettermen Returning: 26 12 Offense 12 Defense 2 Specialty Lettermen Lost: 27 15 Offense 12 Defense 0 Specialty Starters Returning: 13 2009 All-Conference Honors Offense (4) QB Michael Coulter, 6-1, 210, Jr. WR Jordan Gush, 6-0, 190, Soph. OL Paul Fenaroli, 6-3, 305, Sr. ..........................1st Team All-Big South OL Brian Crew, 6-4, 300, Sr. Defense (4) DL Ryan Haber, 6-1, 265, Jr. DL Michael Marino, 6-1, 290, Jr. LB Stephen Schwicke, 6-1, 240, Sr. FS Arin West, 6-0, 212, Sr. ..............................1st Team All-Big South Specialty (5) K Wesley Skiffington, 6-2, 215, Soph. P Drew Evangelista, 5-8, 170, Soph. HLD Michael Lepore, 6-0, 205, Sr. PR Jordan Gush, 6-0, 185, Soph. KR Donald Porter, 5-8, 175, Sr.

SEAWOLF FOOTBALL FACTS First Year:.................................................................................1984 Overall All-Time Record: ................................................. 127-132-2 (.460) Overall Big South Record: .......................................................8-3 (.727) Big South Championships: ........................................................ 1 (2009) No. Years in Playoffs (Years):......................................................... none All-Time Playoff Record: ................................................................ n/a Last Postseason Appearance:.......................................................... n/a 2009 Overall Record: .....................................................................6-5 2009 Big South Record (Finish):................................................ 5-1 (T-1st) Final 2009 National Rankings: .........................RV - The Sports Network Poll Football Office Phone: ......................................................631-632-4670 Best Time To Reach Coach Chuck Priore: .................................Contact SID Football SID Contact: ......................................................... Adam Gutes SID Office Phone:............................................................. 631-632-7125 SID Cell Phone:................................................................ 631-374-7538 SID e-mail: ................................................. agutes@notes.cc.sunysb.edu SID Fax:.........................................................................631-632-8841 Press Box Phone: .............................................................631-632-4037

Starters Lost: 15 Offense (7) RB Conte Cuttino .........................................1st Team All-Big South FB Melaquan Saffold WR Stephan Towns TE Chris Tyler OL Emmett Phillips OL Chris Pugliese OL Jefferson Santos Defense (7) DL Ryan Sollazzo DL Chris Perri.............................................2nd Team All-Big South LB Tyler Santucci ................................. Defensive Player of the Year LB Chevar Rankins CB Chris Richards ........................................2nd Team All-Big South CB Cory Giddings CB Benjamin Clements Specialty (1) LS Tyler Santucci

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STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY SEAWOLVES HEAD COACH CHUCK PRIORE

CHUCK PRIORE’S HEAD COACHING RECORD Year School 2000 Trinity College 2001 Trinity College 2002 Trinity College 2003 Trinity College 2004 Trinity College 2005 Trinity College 2006 Stony Brook 2007 Stony Brook 2008 Stony Brook 2009 Stony Brook Stony Brook Total Career Total

5th season at Stony Brook 22-22 (.500)

HOMETOWN: Long Beach, N.Y. ALMA MATER (YEAR): Albany (1982) PLAYING CAREER: Fullback at Albany (1978-81) COACHING CAREER: Stony Brook - Head Coach....................................2005-present Trinity College - Head Coach.......................................2000-05 Penn - Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line ....................1992-99 Union College - Offensive Coordinator/Strength Coach........1987-91 Albany - Running Backs/Strength Coach ......................... 1983-86 COACHING & CAREER HIGHLIGHTS • Led Stony Brook to share of Big South title in 2009, the program’s second season in the Conference. • Big South Coach of the Year in 2009 • Second head coach in Stony Brook football history • Led SBU to Northeast Conference runner-up finish in 2006 • Seawolves led NEC in passing offense in 2006 • Led Trinity College to four consecutive New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) titles • Also directed Trinity to 30-game winning streak from 2002-05 • Three-time NESCAC Coach of the Year • Named AFCA Division III Region I Coach of the Year in 2004 and 2005 • Trinity led the nation in total defense in 2005 • Helped Penn compile 52-27 record and three Ivy League titles • Coached future NFL players Miles Macik and Jim Finn while at Penn • Part of Union College staff that produced three undefeated seasons, three NCAA playoff appearances and a trip to the NCAA Division III Amos Alonza Staff Championship Bowl game in 1989 • Also served as head lacrosse coach at Union and Albany ASSISTANT COACHES & SUPPORT STAFF Jim Gush (Bucknell, 1981) - Assistant Head Coach of the Defense Jeff Behrman (John Carroll, 1995) - Offensive Coordinator/QBs Joe Tricario (Cortland State, 1983) - Linebackers/Special Teams Tony Thompson (Stony Brook, 1998) - Defensive Line Carlton Goff (Illinois College, 1995) - Wide Receivers Jon Woods (Union, 2004) - Offensive Line/Tight Ends Mark Murray (American International, 1982) - Offensive Line Tyler Santucci (Stony Brook, 2010) - Asst. Linebackers Patrick Hatch (Union, 2006) - Asst. Defensive Line Greg Toop (Southern Connecticut State, 1972) - Running Backs Michael Derice (Stony Brook, 2008) - Director of Football Operations David Van Dyke - Speed, Strength & Conditioning Coach Mary Tovornik - Athletic Trainer

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Overall 4-4 4-4 7-1 8-0 8-0 8-0 5-6 6-5 5-6 6-5 22-22 61-31

Big South

3-2 5-1 8-3


STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY SEAWOLVES 2010 ALPHABETICAL ROSTER NO. NAME 76 Acey, Matt 53 Allen, Luke 17 Andersen, Ryan 84 Arce, Brett 22 Armstrong, Sheldon 69 Michael Bamiro 38 Beddoe, Gary 8 Brevi, Matt 19 Burgwardt, Sean 56 Callahan, Casey 7 Campbell, Myles 92 Coats, Jonathan 97 Conti, Frank 10 Coulter, Michael 65 Crew, Brian 40 Cruikshank, Aswand 4 Cruz, JeVahn 70 Dattilo, Mario 44 Dudley, Jawara 31 Edafe, Peace 15 Essington, Kyle 27 Evangelista, Drew 63 Faiella, Joe 46 Faiella, Matt 89 Famulari, Kevin 75 Fenaroli, Paul 11 Fenelon, Chris 33 Francklin, Reginald 76 Gecewicz, Alex 50 Gibson, Josh 3 Glenn, Julian 23 Gowins, Edwin 25 Gush, Jordan 96 Haber, Ryan 12 Hall, Cameron 66 Hauter, Kevin 67 Hernandez, Scott 1 Hutchins, Al-Majid 57 Iorio, Nick 30 Jackolski, Brock 36 Johnson, Taj 90 Kirk, Roosevelt 93 Kirkpatrick, Joseph

YR Fr. Fr. Fr. So. So. R-Fr. R-Fr. Jr. R-Jr. R-Fr. R-Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. Fr. R-Jr. Fr. R-Fr. So. So. Jr. R-Fr. So. Sr. So. R-Fr. Fr. R-So. Sr. Jr. R-So. R-Jr. Jr. Fr. R-Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. R-Fr. Jr. Sr.

POS OL K QB TE DB OL FB WR DB LB WR DL DL QB OL FB CB OL LB DB QB K/P OL LB WR OL TE LB OL K/P LB RB WR DL WR DL OL DB LB RB DB DL DL

HT 6-5 6-3 6-4 6-4 6-0 6-8 6-0 6-2 5-8 5-11 5-11 6-4 6-1 6-1 6-4 6-0 5-7 6-4 6-0 5-11 6-2 5-8 6-5 6-3 5-11 6-3 6-2 6-0 6-3 5-11 6-1 5-11 6-0 6-1 6-4 6-2 6-6 6-0 6-3 5-10 5-10 6-3 6-1

WT 265 186 175 240 200 350 240 215 185 215 175 240 275 210 300 220 150 300 197 208 177 170 305 220 200 305 245 230 290 215 220 225 190 265 200 220 315 188 200 200 185 260 246

HOMETOWN / PREVIOUS SCHOOL Beaverton, Ore. / Southridge Port Jefferson, N.Y. / Port Jefferson Ronkonkoma, N.Y. / Connetquot Coalinga, Calif. / Coalinga (West Hills College) Carson, Calif. / Long Beach Poly (Utah State) Tobyhanna, Pa. / Pocono Mountain West Endicott, N.Y. / Union-Endicott Tampa, Fla. / Armwood (Ft. Hays State) Rocky Hill, Conn. / Rocky Hill Tampa, Fla. / Armwood Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. / John Muir Elmira Heights, N.Y. / Valley Forge Mil. College Lake Grove, N.Y. / Sachem North (Nassau CC) Yorba Linda, Calif. / El Dorado (Santa Ana Col.) Galt, Calif. / Galt (Sacramento City College) Silver Spring, Md. / Carson-Newman Wheatley Heights, N.Y. / Half Hollow Hills West Centereach, N.Y. / Centereach Roosevelt, N.Y. / Roosevelt Staten Island, N.Y. / Salisbury School Chino Hills, Calif. / Brea Olinda (Fullerton Col.) Cedar Grove, N.J. / Cedar Grove Freehold, N.J. / Freehold Township (Maryland) Freehold, N.J. / Freehold Township Stony Brook, N.Y. / Ward Melville Monroe, Conn. / Masuk Bellerose, N.Y. / St. Francis Prep Valley Stream, N.Y. / Holy Cross HS (Hofstra) Latham, N.Y. / Christian Brothers Academy Reisterstown, Md. / Franklin Uniondale, N.Y. / Holy Trinity (Maine) Bellport, N.Y. / Bellport (Bridgton Academy) Richardson, Texas / J.J. Pearce Lafayette Hill, Pa. / St. Joseph’s Prep Foothill Ranch, Calif. / Orange Coast College Moriches, N.Y. / William Floyd Arlington, Texas / Juan Seguin East Orange, N.J. / East Orange (Rutgers) Patchogue, N.Y. / Patchogue-Medford Shirley, N.Y. / William Floyd (Hofstra) Upland, Calif. / Upland Oakland, Calif. / Bishop O’Dowd (Laney Col.) Athens, Texas / Crossroads (Trinity Valley CC)

NO. NAME 32 Lawrence, Davon 82 Lepore, Michael 43 Mancini, Mike 51 Marino, Michael 94 Martinez, Elias 74 Mauler, Eric 5 Maysonet, Miguel 80 McAdoo, Bryant 81 McMillan, Chris 18 Mobley, Major 13 Moody, Nick 41 Moore, Cedrick 48 Nakwaasah, Grant 85 Nehls, Tanner 99 Nelson, Andrew 58 Netta, Nick 55 Nowak, Adam 28 Polo, Vincent 52 Poole, Armand 6 Porter, Donald 71 Precht, Cody 95 Probasco, Alex 24 Reyes, Dominick 87 Ricard, Christian 35 Richardson, Craig 9 Rousseau, Jonas 34 Schwicke, Stephen 83 Scorzelli, Shane 88 Shukri, David 54 Skiffington, Wesley 77 Solomon, Ian 37 Spinelli, Victor 26 Stringer, Corey 49 Trujillo, Andres 47 Tudor, Marlon 45 Tuiloma, Kenny 42 Valentine, A.J. 20 Vitale, Rich 79 Vournazos, Phillip 21 West, Arin 29 Wheeler, Devante 91 Zorbas, John 59 Zoroufie, Reza

#23 EDWIN GOWINS Jr., RB 5-11, 225

YR Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. R-Fr. R-So. So. Fr. R-Fr. R-Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. R-Fr. R-Fr. Sr. Sr. Fr. R-Fr. R-So. Fr. So. Sr. Sr. Fr. R-So. R-So. R-Fr. R-Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. So. R-Fr. So. Jr. Sr. Fr. R-So. R-Fr.

POS RB WR DB DL DL DL RB WR WR WR QB DB LB TE DL LB LB RB OL WR OL DL DB WR LB DL LB FB TE K/P OL QB DB LB DB LB DB LB OL DB CB DL K

HT 6-1 6-0 5-11 6-1 6-5 6-2 5-10 6-4 6-5 5-11 6-2 5-10 6-0 6-2 6-4 6-0 6-2 5-11 6-2 5-8 6-3 6-2 6-4 6-0 6-1 6-2 6-1 6-0 6-6 6-2 6-2 6-1 6-2 6-1 5-10 5-10 5-10 5-8 6-2 6-0 5-11 5-11 5-10

WT 186 205 200 290 265 275 205 185 190 175 188 195 215 230 300 220 240 185 285 175 285 250 205 190 235 230 240 225 250 215 320 200 195 220 190 230 178 180 305 212 180 240 214

HOMETOWN / PREVIOUS SCHOOL Central Islip, N.Y. / Sachem North Brick, N.J. / Brick (New Hampshire) Rocky Hill, Conn. / Rocky Hill Middle Island, N.Y. / Southern Connecticut Long Beach, Calif. / Millikan Edgewater, Md. / South River Riverhead, N.Y. / Riverhead (Hofstra) New York, N.Y. / Cardinal Hayes New York, N.Y. / Bishop Ford Mt. Laurel, N.J. / Cherokee Carrollton, Texas / Creekview Lakewood, Calif. / Lakewood (Santa Rosa JC) Richardson, Texas / Berkner Richmond, Texas / Travis Uniondale, N.Y. / Uniondale (Hofstra) Watchung, N.J. / Watchung (Northeastern) Philadelphia, Pa. / Father Judge Wantagh, N.Y. / Wantagh Grayson, Ga. / Grayson (Hofstra) Charles Town, W.Va. / Martinsburg Centerport, N.Y. / Harborfields Manhattan Beach, Calif. / Mira Costa Hesperia, Calif. / Hesperia Spencer, Mass. / David Prouty Revere, Mass. / (Bridgton Academy) Brooklyn, N.Y. / Tilden (Maine) East Patchogue, N.Y. / Bellport Bohemia, N.Y. / St. Anthony’s Lindenhurst, N.Y. / Lindenhurst Brandon, Fla. / Armwood New Rochelle, N.Y. / New Rochelle East Northport, N.Y. / Northport Warren, Ohio / Harding (Connecticut) Miami, Fla. / American South Ozone Park, N.Y. / Jamaica Long Beach, Calif. / Long Beach Poly Marlton, N.J. / Cherokee Higganum, Conn. / New London Buena Park, Calif. / Long Beach City College Toms River, N.J. / Toms River North Staten Island, N.Y. / Poly Prep Woodside, N.Y. / Bayside Brentwood, Tenn. / Antioch

#21 ARIN WEST Sr., DB 6-0, 212

NOTES: First-Team All-Big South selection in 2009 despite being slowed by injury most of the season ... Still led Stony Brook in rushing for a second-straight year ... Tops in the Big South in yards per game and yards per carry ... Had four 100-yard games ... Had at least 10 carries in every game ... Ran for 342 yards and five scores over the final two games of the 2009 campaign when he was finally healthy ... In Conference games, led the Big South in rushing yards, yards per carry and yards per game ... Fourth among active players nationally in yards per game ... Averaged 30.9 yards on his scoring runs last season … Fourth among runners with 100 carries in the nation in yards per carry … Named Big South Offensive Player of the Week after game against Liberty.

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NOTES: 2009 First-Team All-Big South honoree ... Set career-highs in every category for Stony Brook ... Two-time Big South Defensive Player of the Week ... Second on the team in tackles and sixth in the Big South ... Was second among defensive backs in tackles in the League ... Tied for second in the Conference in passes defended with nine ... Shared the team lead with three interceptions ... Returned one fumble for a touchdown at Gardner-Webb ... Led the Big South and tied for sixth in the nation with three fumble recoveries ... Reached 10-or-more tackles four times.


STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY SEAWOLVES 2009 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS RUSHING EDWIN GOWINS Conte Cuttino Eddie Mateo PASSING MICHAEL COULTER Dan Sweeney

GP 10 11 3

Att Gain Loss 145 959 69 177 836 36 26 155 1

2009 TEAM STATISTICS

Net Avg TD Long Avg/G 890 6.1 9 65 89.0 800 4.5 4 43 72.7 154 5.9 0 27 51.3

G EfямБc Cmp-Att-Int Pct Yds TD Lng Avg/G 11 127.43 153-279-10 54.8 2060 15 64 187.3 4 30.80 2-6-1 33.3 22 0 15 5.5

RECEIVING Stephan Towns JORDAN GUSH MATT BREVI DONALD PORTER MICHAEL LEPORE

G 11 10 11 11 11

No. 37 26 26 25 16

Yds 398 413 344 476 214

Avg 10.8 15.9 13.2 19.0 13.4

TD Long Avg/G 1 35 36.2 6 64 41.3 2 44 31.3 5 60 43.3 0 29 19.5

PUNT RETURNS JORDAN GUSH

No. 13

Yds 88

Avg 6.8

TD 0

Long 15

INTERCEPTIONS ARIN WEST Benjamin Clements Cory Giddings

No. 3 3 2

Yds 6 24 63

Avg 2.0 8.0 31.5

TD 0 0 1

Long 6 18 63

KICK RETURNS MATT BREVI DONALD PORTER

No. 27 13

Yds 557 241

Avg 20.6 18.5

TD 0 0

Long 53 37

SCORING WES SKIFFINGTON EDWIN GOWINS JORDAN GUSH DONALD PORTER Conte Cuttino

|------ PATs ------| TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Pts 0 15-17 26-30 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 71 9 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 54 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 36 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 1-1 0 0 32 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 30

TOTAL OFFENSE MICHAEL COULTER EDWIN GOWINS Conte Cuttino Eddie Mateo

G 11 10 11 3

Plays 305 145 178 26

Rush -32 890 800 154

Pass 2060 0 0 0

PUNTING DREW EVANGELISTA

No. 55

Yds 2016

Avg 36.7

Long 52

ALL PURPOSE Conte Cuttino MATT BREVI EDWIN GOWINS DONALD PORTER JORDAN GUSH

G 11 11 10 11 10

TACKLES Tyler Santucci ARIN WEST STEPHEN SCHWICKE Benjamin Clements DOMINICK REYES

G 11 11 10 11 11

Rush 800 6 890 10 0 SOLO 57 45 45 42 28

Rec 131 344 -1 476 413 AST 36 35 23 18 21

PR 0 0 0 0 88

Total 2028 890 800 154 TB 3

KOR 13 557 0 241 0

TOT 93 80 68 60 49

Avg/G 184.4 89.0 72.7 51.3 FC 10

IR 0 0 0 0 0

I20 Blkd 16 1 Tot Avg/G 944 85.8 907 82.5 889 88.9 727 66.1 501 50.1

TFL-YDS 14.0-57 0.5-1 7.5-22 . 0.5-2

SKS-YDS 3.0-27 . . . .

SBU 267 24.3 198 87 96 15 1804 2075 271 400 4.5 164.0 14 2141 293-158-12 7.3 13.6 194.6 16 3945 693 5.7 358.6 41-811 15-82 12-165 19.8 5.5 13.8 14-5 79-746 67.8 57-2046 35.9 32.1 31:05 59/148 40% 8/12 67% 12-79 0 32 15-17 0-1 31-35 89% 18-35 51% 26-30 87% 19208 4/4802

SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Att-Comp-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-YARDS PUNT RETURNS: #-YARDS INT RETURNS: #-YARDS KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-YARDS Average Per Game PUNTS-YARDS Average Per Punt Net punt average TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME 3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 3rd-Down Pct 4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 4th-Down Pct SACKS BY-YARDS MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS PAT-ATTEMPTS ATTENDANCE Games/Avg Per Game SCORE BY QUARTERS Stony Brook Opponents

Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

2010 returnees in ALL CAPS

1st 58 87

3rd 42 53

4th 83 53

2009 RESULTS (6-5, 5-1 Big South) at #24 Hofstra L, at Colgate L, BROWN W, at #15 Massachusetts L, PRESBYTERIAN * W, at North Dakota L, at VMI * W, COASTAL CAROLINA * W, at Gardner-Webb * W, at Charleston Southern * (OT) L, #16 LIBERTY * W,

* - Big South Conference game HOME GAME IN ALL CAPS

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2nd 84 60

OPP 256 23.3 197 81 97 19 1583 1816 233 384 4.1 143.9 17 2033 334-199-12 6.1 10.2 184.8 11 3616 718 5.0 328.7 50-944 23-159 12-201 18.9 6.9 16.8 17-14 51-461 41.9 46-1736 37.7 33.8 28:47 60/155 39% 8/17 47% 15-96 18 32 12-20 0-0 23-31 74% 16-31 52% 28-30 93% 50394 7/7199 OT 0 3

10-17 13-23 21-20 17-44 52-14 24-31 27-20 16-10 24-14 27-30 36-33

Total 267 256


VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE KEYDETS 2010 SCHEDULE Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20

LOCK HAVEN ...........................1:30pm at William & Mary..................... .....................7:00pm 7:00pm at Virginia .................................. TBA PRESBYTERIAN * ...................... ......................1:30pm 1:30pm at Stony Brook * ....................... .......................3:30pm 3:30pm LIBERTY *............................... ...............................1:30pm 1:30pm at Charleston Southern * ........... ...........11:30am 11:30am at Army ............................... 12:00pm COASTAL CAROLINA * ................ ................1:30pm 1:30pm at Old Dominion...................... 2:00pm at Gardner-Webb *................... ...................11:30am 11:30am

2010 TEAM INFORMATION VMI leads series, 1-0 WM leads series, 51-33-3 UVA leads series, 55-23-3 VMI leads series, 2-1 SBU leads series, 2-0 LU leads series, 6-3 CSU leads series, 5-4 ARMY leads series, 2-0 CCU leads series, 5-2 ODU leads series, 1-0 GWU leads series, 7-0

HOME GAME IN ALL CAPS * - Big South Conference game All Times EST and subject to change

KEYDET QUICK FACTS Location:..................................................................... Lexington, Va. Founded:..................................................................................1839 Enrollment:..............................................................................1,500 Nickname: ........................................................................... Keydets School Colors:.....................................................Red, White and Yellow Stadium: ............................ Foster Stadium/Alumni Memorial Field (10,000) Surface: .............................................................................Bermuda Superintendent: ............................ General J.H. Binford Peay III (VMI, 1962) Athletics Director: .............................................Donny White (VMI, 1965) Senior Woman Administrator: ............................................. Elizabeth Igo Faculty Athletics Representative:........................................Col. Tom Baur Athletic Dept. Phone: ...................................................... 540-464-7251 Ticket Office Phone:........................................................ 540-464-7266 Website:............................................................ www.vmikeydets.com

Primary Offense: Pro Primary Defense: 3-4 Lettermen Returning: 36 17 Offense 16 Defense 3 Specialty Lettermen Lost: 16 10 Offense 5 Defense 1 Specialty Starters Returning: 19 Offense (6) WR Mario Scott, 5-11, 175, Sr. WR Bryan Barnson, 5-11, 185, Sr. OL Aaron Blue, 6-2, 260, R-Jr. OL Rob Bailey, 6-4, 310, Jr. OL Bo Wren, 6-0, 275, Sr. OL Phillip Pickens, 6-1, 255, Soph.

Defense (10) DL Josh Wine, 6-0, 265, Sr. ............................2nd Team All-Big South DL Ben Brandt, 6-2, 250, R-Sr. DL Damiso Alexander, 6-3, 245, R-Sr. LB A.J. Gross, 5-10, 220, R-Jr. LB Eric Church, 6-3, 240, R-Jr. OLB Emilio Calvin, 6-3, 240, R-Jr........................2nd Team All-Big South OLB Kris Ware, 6-0, 225, R-Sr. DB Juan Thrasher, 5-10, 180, Jr. DB Greg Walker, 5-9, 165, Jr. DB Byron Allen, 5-11, 200, R-Jr. .......................2nd Team All-Big South

KEYDET FOOTBALL FACTS First Year:.................................................................................1891 Overall All-Time Record: .............................................. 454-624-42 (.427) Overall Big South Record: ......................................................6-25 (.194) Big South Championships: ............................................................ none No. Years in Playoffs (Years):......................................................... none All-Time Playoff Record: ................................................................ n/a Last Postseason Appearance:.......................................................... n/a 2009 Overall Record: .....................................................................2-9 2009 Big South Record (Finish):.................................................. 1-5 (6th) Final 2009 National Rankings: ....................................................... none Football Office Phone: ..................................................... 540-464-7264 Best Time To Reach Coach Sparky Woods:................ Weekdays, 2:30-3:00pm Football SID Contact: ...................................................... Wade Branner SID Office Phone:.............................................................540-464-7515 SID Cell Phone:................................................................ 540-319-1271 SID e-mail: ...........................................................brannerwh@vmi.edu SID Fax:........................................................................ 540-464-7583 Press Box Phone: ............................................................ 540-463-6920

2009 All-Conference Honors

Specialty (3) K Jeff Sexton, 6-0, 185, Soph. P Marc Ray, 6-1, 190, Sr. ...............................1st Team All-Big South KO Cameron Murray, 6-1, 200, Jr. Starters Lost: 6 Offense (5) QB Kyle Hughes SB Tim Maypray RB Howard Abegesah ...................................2nd Team All-Big South SB Zach Collins OL George Handler .......................................1st Team All-Big South Defense (1) DB Kyle Nikmard Specialty (1) RS Tim Maypray...........................................1st Team All-Big South

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VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE KEYDETS HEAD COACH SPARKY WOODS

SPARKY WOODS’ HEAD COACHING RECORD

3rd season at VMI 6-16 (.273)

HOMETOWN: Oneida, Tenn. ALMA MATER (YEAR): Carson-Newman (1976) PLAYING CAREER: Quarterback and Defensive Back at Carson-Newman (1973-76) COACHING CAREER: VMI - Head Coach ..............................................2008-present Alabama - Running Backs........................................... 2003-06 Mississippi State - Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks ...... 1999-02 Virginia - Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks ..................1997-98 Memphis - Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks ............... 1995-96 New York Jets - Offensive Assistant .................................. 1994 South Carolina - Head Coach .......................................1989-93 Appalachian State - Head Coach/Offensive Coord./QBs ...... 1983-88 Iowa State - Receivers .............................................. 1979-82 North Alabama - Defensive Backs..................................... 1978 Kansas - Assistant Coach................................................ 1977 Tennessee - Assistant Coach ........................................... 1976

Year School 1984 Appalachian State 1985 Appalachian State 1986 Appalachian State 1987 Appalachian State 1988 Appalachian State 1989 South Carolina 1990 South Carolina 1991 South Carolina 1992 South Carolina 1993 South Carolina 2008 VMI 2009 VMI VMI Total Career Total

COACHING & CAREER HIGHLIGHTS • In first season at VMI, led Keydets to most wins since 2003 • VMI set Big South single-season rushing record in 2008 (3,932 yards) and led the nation in rushing offense (357.5) • Guided Appalachian State to 38-19-2 record, two SoCon titles (1986, 1987) and two playoff appearances • Three-time SoCon Coach of the Year (1985-86-87) • Named Kodak Region II Coach of the Year in 1986 • Coached Alabama RB Kenneth Darby to consecutive 1,000-yard rushing seasons in 2004 and 2005 • Mentored Shaud Williams, who was a Doak Walker Award semifinalist in 2003 • The Tide led the SEC in rushing three-straight years (2003-04-05) • Tutored NFL QB Aaron Brooks while at Virginia • Coached Mississippi State’s all-time passing leader in Wayne Madkin and helped establish record-setting offenses for MSU • Member of Alabama staff that appeared in Cotton Bowl (2006) and Music City Bowl (2004) • Member of Mississippi State staff that appeared in Independence Bowl (2000) and Peach Bowl (1999) • Served on Virginia staff that appeared in 1998 Peach Bowl ASSISTANT COACHES & SUPPORT STAFF Matt Campbell (USC Beaufort, 2009) - Offensive Coordinator/OL A.J. Christoff (Idaho) - Defensive Coordinator/Secondary George Handler (VMI, 2010) - Tight Ends Greg Harris (VMI, 1997) - Outside Linebackers Winston October (Richmond, 1999) - Wide Receivers Greg Shockley (Virginia Tech, 1999) - Running Backs Paul Soltis (Youngstown State, 1990) - Linebackers Mayur Chaudhari (UC Davis, 2003) - Safeties Don Woods (Tennessee Tech, 1969) - Defensive Line Phil Sabatini - Strength Coach John Hoffman - Athletic Trainer

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Overall 4-7 8-3 9-2-1 11-3 6-4-1 6-4-1 6-5 3-6-2 5-6 4-7 4-7 2-9 6-16 68-63-5

Big South

1-4 1-5 2-9


VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE KEYDETS 2010 ALPHABETICAL ROSTER NO. NAME 84 Alexander, Damiso 56 Akers, James 22 Allen, Byron 17 Augustine, A.J. 78 Bailey, Rob 2 Barnson, Bryan 30 Blazevich, Parker 76 Blue, Aaron 73 Boatright, James 32 Bowers, Julian 51 Brandt, Ben 99 Calvin, Emilio 60 Cantelou, Parker 96 Chapman, Shawn 47 Church, Eric 68 Collins, Robert 65 Dodd, Brandon 36 Eberhardt, David 46 Embree, Andrew 89 Favaro, Josh 55 Garvin, Ty 11 Goode, J.O. 90 Goulden, Patrick 7 Gross, A.J. 4 Hairston, Tracy 86 Harper, Chris 77 Hite, Steven 59 Hornfeck, Mark 61 Hughes, Stuart 62 Irvine, Clark 6 Itoka, Gabe 13 Johnson, Michael 12 Jones, Cameron 95 Jones, Charlie 23 Jones, Chaz 82 Knapp, Cole 14 Kordenbrock, Eric 48 Kyle, Kevin 88 Lewis, Aaron 43 Looney, Adam 45 Lucas, Will 92 Lynch, Terrell 33 Maloney, Michael 75 Marcotte, Andrew 34 Marshall, Miguel

YR R-Sr. R-Fr. R-Jr. R-Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. R-Jr. R-Jr. R-Jr. R-Sr. R-Jr. Fr. So. R-Jr. R-Fr. Fr. R-Fr. Fr. R-Sr. Fr. R-Fr. R-Fr. R-Jr. R-Jr. R-Fr. R-Jr. R-Fr. R-Fr. R-Fr. Sr. So. R-Jr. So. R-Jr. R-Fr. Fr. R-Fr. R-So. Jr. Fr. R-So. Fr. Fr. Fr.

POS DE LB FS QB OL WR DB OL OL RB DE LB DL LB LB OL OL LB/K DE TE LB RB DE LB WR DE OL LB DL LS SB FS QB DE RB LB QB LB WR DB TE LB DL OL RB

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

WT 245 187 200 195 310 185 180 260 290 225 250 240 290 235 240 260 305 220 230 230 210 207 240 220 185 235 275 200 202 202 180 185 205 245 220 207 220 185 205 180 240 230 225 320 193

HOMETOWN / PREVIOUS SCHOOL Richmond, Va. / Hermitage Radford, Va. / Auburn Massaponax, Va. / Massaponax (FUMA) St. Petersburg, Fla. / Admiral Farragut Bonaire, Ga. / Warner Robins Chesapeake, Va. / West Branch Matthews, N.C. / Charlotte Christian Suwanee, Ga. / Peachtree Ridge Grayson, Ga. / Grayson Richmond, Va. / Clover Hill Forest, Va. / Jefferson Forest Woodbridge, Va. / Freedom Doltewah, Tenn. / Baylor School Cocoa, Fla. / Rockledge HS Louisa, Va. / Louisa County Roanoke, Va. / William Byrd Powhatan, Va. / Powhatan Chesapeake, Va. / Grassfield Fairfax, Va. / George C. Marshall Suwanee, Ga. / North Gwinnett Kingsport, Tenn. / Sullivan South Ridgefield, Conn. / Immaculate Laurel, Md. / DeMatha Catholic Waldorf, Md. / Westlake Martinsville, Va. / Martinsville Richmond, Va. / Douglas Freeman Smyrna, Ga. / Campbell Greensburg, Pa. / Greensburg Central Catholic Richmond, Va. / St. Christopher’s Roanoke, Va. / Hidden Valley Reston, Va. / South Lakes Glen Allen, Va. / Hermitage Austin, Texas / Stephen F. Austin Hampton, Va. / Phoebus HS Cleveland Heights, Ohio / Glenville Glen Allen, Va. / Deep Run Gibsonia, Pa. / Pine-Richland HS Chesterfield, Va. / Manchester Richmond, Va. / Meadowbrook Salem, Va. / Glenvar Hartsville, S.C. / Hartsville Richmond, Va. / Hermitage Yorktown, Va. / Grafton Williamsburg, Va. / Lafayette Woodbridge, Va. / Fork Union Military Acad.

NO. NAME 94 Mays, Conner -- Miles, Martinez 8 Morgan, Adam 39 Murray, Cameron 81 Nussman, Jared 28 Owens, Tyler 53 Patrick, Andrew 31 Phillips, Demetrius 71 Pickens, Phillip 69 Purington, Patrick 9 Rainey-Wiles, Michael 52 Ray, Alex 80 Ray, Marc 57 Reber, Weston 15 Rodgers, James 85 Ross, Stefawn 79 Sadowski, Nick 3 Scott, Mario 27 Sexton, Jeff 93 Sexton, Patrick 66 Smith, D’Angelo 91 Smith, Justin 16 Smith, Mike 54 Sneed, Josh 67 Snyder, James 72 Sorenson, Logan 41 Staib, Logan 70 Stradford, Dave 25 Talley, T.J. 44 Temoney, Hardy 83 Thompson, Alec 94 Thompson, Mario 24 Thrasher, Juan 40 Turner, David 29 Walker, Greg 18 Walter, Cameron 26 Ware, Kris 97 Washington, John 1 Watkins, Trae 98 White, Robbie 82 White, Trent 49 Williams, Richard 74 Williamson, Ike 50 Wine, Josh 63 Wren, Bo

#3 MARIO SCOTT Sr., WR 5-11, 175

YR Fr. Fr. R-Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. R-Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Sr. R-Jr. R-So. So. Fr. So. R-Fr. Sr. So. R-Fr. Jr. R-Fr. Fr. Jr. R-Fr. So. Fr. R-So. Jr. R-So. Fr. R-Fr. Jr. R-Fr. Jr. Fr. R-Sr. Fr. Jr. R-So. Fr. R-Fr. R-Fr. Sr. Sr.

POS TE RB QB P TE LB DL DB OL OL CB LB P LB WR WR OL WR K LB OL DL DB LB OL LS LB OL SB RB WR TE CB RB CB QB LB DE DB TE WR DB OL DT OL

HT 6-3 6-0 6-0 6-1 6-3 6-1 6-2 6-1 6-1 6-5 5-9 5-11 6-1 6-2 5-11 6-4 6-5 5-11 6-0 6-4 6-1 6-1 5-9 6-2 6-1 6-3 6-1 5-10 5-11 5-11 5-9 6-3 5-10 5-11 5-9 6-4 6-0 6-2 5-10 6-2 5-11 6-0 6-2 6-0 6-0

WT 234 198 200 200 225 210 265 208 255 295 172 225 190 220 180 215 245 175 185 205 255 240 168 240 270 255 210 285 205 205 165 235 180 195 165 218 225 240 190 220 200 180 255 265 275

HOMETOWN / PREVIOUS SCHOOL Bremen, Ga. / Bremen Norton, Va. / John I. Burton Sutherland, Va. / Dinwiddie Richmond, Va. / Deep Run HS Petersburg, Va. / Matoaca Douglasville, Ga. / Lithia Springs Norcross, Ga. / Wesleyan School Brown Summit, N.C. / NE Guilford Norcross, Ga. / Meadow Creek Powatan, Va. / William Byrd Pittsburgh, Pa. / North Hills Roanoke, Va. / Hidden Valley Greenville, Va. / Riverheads Huntersville, N.C. / Hopewell Midland, Va. / Liberty HS Bealeton, Va. / Liberty HS Virginia Beach, Va. / First Colonial Front Royal, Va. / Randolph-Macon Academy Memphis, Tenn. / Christian Brothers Virginia Beach, Va. / Tallwood Ellenwood, Ga. / Stockbridge Maryville, Tenn. / Maryville Mims, Fla. / Astronaut Lawrenceville, Ga. / Collins Hill Alpharetta, Ga. / Milton Suffolk, Va. / King’s Fork Midlothian, Va. / Monacan Fort Washington, Md. / Friendly South Hill, Va. / Parkview Wilmington, N.C. / Eugene Ashley HS Brookville, Va. / Forest Newport News, Va. / Menchville Carrollton, Texas / Creekview Roanoke, Va. / Hidden Valley Waldorf, Md. / Westlake Clifton, Va. / Centreville Chesapeake, Va. / Deep Creek Midland, Va. / Liberty HS Lynchburg, Va. / Virginia Episcopal Midlothian, Va. / Midlothian HS Douglasville, Va. / Chapel Hill Church Road, Va. / Dinwiddie Carrollton, Va. / Hampton Christian Fredericksburg, Va. / Massaponax Gainesville, Ga. / Gainesville

#50 JOSH WINE Sr., DT 6-0, 265

NOTES: Veteran receiver gives the Keydets another deep threat ... Along with Bryan Barnson, is the most experienced among returning receivers ... Is the leading returning receiver in catches and yardage from a year ago ... Should play a big part in the new offense and is a projected starter ... Caught three passes for 25 yards and a 25-yard touchdown pass in the final spring scrimmage ... Played all 11 games in 2009 with 10 starts ... Led the team in receptions and receiving yardage with 14 catches for 237 yards ... Tied for the team lead with three touchdown receptions ... Caught a season-high four passes and a touchdown against Richmond ... Followed with another touchdown reception the following week against Gardner-Webb where he also snared 51 yards in receiving ... Caught a 41-yard touchdown on the first series against Liberty and finished with two catches for a season-high 69 yards ... Caught a pass in eight of the last nine games, including the last five games of the year.

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NOTES: 2009 Second-Team All-Big South selection ... Helped VMI to its best run defense in 32 years (Keydets allowed 146.8 yards per game rushing) -– the best since 1977 -- and led the League in rushing defense in Conference games with 127.2 yards per game ... Led Big South down linemen in tackles with 63 (5.7 per game) and had four tackles-for-loss for minus-11 yards and 1.5 sacks for minus-4 yards ... Posted a career-high 10 tackles against Charleston Southern with a forced fumble ... Also logged eight-tackle games against James Madison and Stony Brook (five solos) and seven tackles at Army with 0.5 TFL for minus-3 yards ... Posted six-tackle games at No. 1 Richmond and against ODU with a tackle-for-loss for minus-5 yards ... Ranked 15th in the League in tackles per game.


VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE KEYDETS 2009 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS RUSHING Howard Abegesah Kyle Hughes Tim Maypray Zach Collins CAM JONES PASSING Kyle Hughes CAM JONES Tim Maypray

GP 11 11 11 11 7

Att Gain Loss 171 971 7 136 718 76 115 571 52 28 269 0 13 190 14

Net Avg TD Long Avg/G 964 5.6 6 46 87.6 642 4.7 7 66 58.4 519 4.5 6 30 47.2 269 9.6 1 71 24.5 176 13.5 0 69 25.1

G EfямБc Cmp-Att-Int Pct 11 107.12 47-99-8 47.5 7 89.27 4-11-0 36.4 11 58.48 2-5-0 40.0

RECEIVING MARIO SCOTT Tim Maypray BRYAN BARNSON MICHAEL RAINEY-WILES Justin Hickman

2009 TEAM STATISTICS

Yds TD Lng Avg/G 697 5 67 63.4 30 1 13 4.3 11 0 6 1.0

G 11 11 11 10 11

No. 14 12 11 4 3

Yds 237 152 183 72 25

Avg 16.9 12.7 16.6 18.0 8.3

PUNT RETURNS Tim Maypray Jafri Taylor GREG WALKER

No. 16 1 1

Yds 207 34 16

Avg 12.9 34.0 16.0

TD 1 0 0

Long 86 0 0

INTERCEPTIONS MICHAEL JOHNSON JOSH SNEED JUAN THRASHER Kyle Nikmard

No. 1 1 1 1

Yds 0 11 1 16

Avg 0.0 11.0 1.0 16.0

TD 0 0 0 0

Long 0 11 1 16

KICK RETURNS Tim Maypray MICHAEL RAINEY-WILES

No. 46 3

Yds 972 46

Avg 21.1 15.3

TD 0 0

Long 47 22

SCORING Tim Maypray Kyle Hughes Howard Abegesah JEFF SEXTON MARIO SCOTT

TD 10 7 6 0 3

|------ PATs ------| FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Pts 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 60 0-0 0-0 1-1 0 0-0 0 0 44 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 36 3-6 26-29 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 35 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18

TOTAL OFFENSE Kyle Hughes Howard Abegesah Tim Maypray Zach Collins CAM JONES PUNTING MARC RAY ALL PURPOSE Tim Maypray Howard Abegesah Kyle Hughes Zach Collins MARIO SCOTT TACKLES BYRON ALLEN A.J. GROSS EMILIO CALVIN JOSH WINE JUAN THRASHER

TD Long Avg/G 3 48 21.5 3 44 13.8 0 67 16.6 0 35 7.2 0 11 2.3

G 11 11 11 11 7

Plays 235 171 120 28 24

Rush 642 964 519 269 176

Pass 697 0 11 0 30

No. 41

Yds 1595

Avg 38.9

Long 56

G 11 11 11 11 11 G 10 11 11 11 11

Rush 519 964 642 269 1 SOLO 45 26 33 27 43

Rec 152 6 0 6 237 AST 48 50 33 36 19

PR 207 0 0 0 0

Total 1339 964 530 269 206 TB 1

KOR 972 0 0 0 0

TOT 93 76 66 63 62

Avg/G 121.7 87.6 48.2 24.5 29.4 FC 9

I20 Blkd 13 0

IR Tot Avg/G 0 1850 168.2 0 970 88.2 0 642 58.4 0 275 25.0 0 238 21.6

TFL-YDS 2.5-12 3.5-9 9.0-37 4.0-11 1.0-1

VMI 225 20.5 176 140 29 7 3044 3229 185 578 5.3 276.7 23 769 117-54-8 6.6 14.2 69.9 6 3813 695 5.5 346.6 56-1076 18-257 4-28 19.2 14.3 7.0 36-27 74-559 50.8 42-1595 38.0 32.4 28:45 55/149 37% 18/33 55% 18-111 0 31 3-6 0-0 22-36 61% 19-36 53% 26-29 90% 31391 5/6278

SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Att-Comp-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-YARDS PUNT RETURNS: #-YARDS INT RETURNS: #-YARDS KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-YARDS Average Per Game PUNTS-YARDS Average Per Punt Net punt average TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME 3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 3rd-Down Pct 4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 4th-Down Pct SACKS BY-YARDS MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS PAT-ATTEMPTS ATTENDANCE Games/Avg Per Game SCORE BY QUARTERS VMI Opponents

SKS-YDS . 1.0-5 3.0-23 1.5-4 .

2010 returnees in ALL CAPS

Sept. 5 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

1st 71 65

3rd 65 52

4th 51 111

OT ---

2009 RESULTS (2-9, 1-5 Big South) ROBERT MORRIS W, 14-13 at #6 James Madison L, 16-44 at #1 Richmond L, 28-38 GARDNER-WEBB * L, 23-27 at Coastal Carolina * L, 6-20 STONY BROOK * L, 20-27 at Presbyterian * W, 31-20 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN * L, 21-31 at #16 Liberty * L, 14-54 at Army L, 17-22 OLD DOMINION L, 35-42

* - Big South Conference game HOME GAME IN ALL CAPS

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2nd 38 110

OPP 338 30.7 229 91 129 9 1615 1915 300 417 3.9 146.8 20 2826 347-227-4 8.1 12.4 256.9 18 4441 764 5.8 403.7 42-781 25-216 8-86 18.6 8.6 10.8 16-12 64-565 51.4 42-1431 34.1 26.5 31:15 73/155 47% 7/17 41% 5-34 10 42 16-21 1-2 39-47 83% 30-47 64% 36-39 92% 80811 6/13468 Total 225 338


2009 YEAR-IN-REVIEW - STANDINGS & RESULTS Team x-Stony Brook x-Liberty Charleston Southern Coastal Carolina Gardner-Webb VMI Presbyterian **

W 5 5 4 3 3 1 0

BIG SOUTH L PCT PF 1 .833 182 1 .833 271 2 .667 170 3 .500 133 3 .500 138 5 .167 115 6 .000 136

PA 121 123 150 168 158 179 246

OVERALL W L PCT PF 6 5 .545 267 8 3 .727 400 6 5 .545 268 5 6 .455 205 6 5 .545 305 2 9 .182 225 0 11 .000 214

PA 256 210 323 280 277 338 441

Home 4-0 5-1 4-1 5-0 3-2 1-4 0-5

Road 2-5 3-2 2-4 0-6 3-3 1-5 0-6

Streak W1 L1 W4 L1 W1 L4 L14

x - Big South Co-Champions ** - Presbyterian College was not eligible for the Big South football championship

Offensive Player of the Year Mike Brown Liberty

Defensive Player of the Year Tyler Santucci Stony Brook

S5 S12 S19 S26 O3 O17 O24 O31 N7 N14 N21

CHARLESTON SOUTHERN (6-5, 4-2 Big South) at Florida (#1) at #14 Wofford at South Florida NORTH GREENVILLE SAVANNAH STATE at Gardner-Webb * #23 LIBERTY * at VMI * at Presbyterian * STONY BROOK * (OT) COASTAL CAROLINA *

S3 S12 S19 S26 O10 O17 O24 O31 N7 N14 N21

COASTAL CAROLINA (5-6, 3-3 Big South) at Kent State MONMOUTH at Towson NORTH CAROLINA A&T VMI * at Liberty * at Stony Brook * at Clemson GARDNER-WEBB * PRESBYTERIAN * at Charleston Southern *

L, 0-18 W, 24-17 L, 17-21 W, 28-7 W, 20-6 L, 13-58 L, 10-16 L, 3-49 W, 26-21 W, 41-37 L, 23-30

S5 S12 S19 O3 O10 O17 O24 O31 N7 N14 N21

GARDNER-WEBB (6-5, 3-3 Big South) MARS HILL at Western Carolina at North Carolina State at VMI * at Buffalo CHARLESTON SOUTHERN * SOUTHERN VIRGINIA STONY BROOK * at Coastal Carolina * #16 LIBERTY * at Presbyterian *

W, 58-14 W, 27-20 L, 14-45 W, 27-23 L, 3-40 W, 27-20 W, 65-0 L, 14-24 L, 21-26 L, 28-51 W, 21-14

L, 3-62 L, 14-42 L, 0-59 W, 34-0 W, 47-10 L, 20-27 L, 13-20 W, 31-21 W, 46-32 W, 30-27 W, 30-23

Stony Brook - 2009 Big South Co-Champions

Coach of the Year Chuck Priore Stony Brook

S5 S12 S19 S26 O3 O17 O24 O31 N7 N14 N21

LIBERTY (8-3, 5-1 Big South) at West Virginia NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL at Lafayette #6 JAMES MADISON WEST VIRGINIA WESLEYAN COASTAL CAROLINA * at Charleston Southern * PRESBYTERIAN * VMI * at Gardner-Webb * at Stony Brook *

S5 S12 S19 S26 O3 O10 O24 O31 N7 N14 N21

PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE (0-11, 0-6 Big South) at Furman #10 ELON CHATTANOOGA at The Citadel at Stony Brook * at Old Dominion VMI * at #23 Liberty * CHARLESTON SOUTHERN * at Coastal Carolina * GARDNER-WEBB *

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Freshman of the Year Matt Goods Gardner-Webb

L, 20-33 W, 35-10 W, 19-13 L, 10-24 W, 45-7 W, 58-13 W, 20-13 W, 55-19 W, 54-14 W, 51-28 L, 33-36

L, 21-45 L, 7-41 L, 13-29 L, 21-46 L, 14-52 L, 16-34 L, 20-31 L, 19-55 L, 32-46 L, 37-41 L, 14-21

Scholar-Athlete of the Year Mario Brown Gardner-Webb

S5 S12 S19 S26 O3 O10 O17 O24 O31 N14 N21

STONY BROOK (6-5, 5-1 Big South) at #24 Hofstra at Colgate BROWN at #15 Massachusetts PRESBYTERIAN * at North Dakota at VMI * COASTAL CAROLINA * at Gardner-Webb * at Charleston Southern * (OT) #16 LIBERTY *

L, L, W, L, W, L, W, W, W, L, W,

S5 S19 S26 O3 O10 O17 O24 O31 N7 N14 N21

VMI (2-9, 1-5 Big South) ROBERT MORRIS at #6 James Madison at #1 Richmond GARDNER-WEBB * at Coastal Carolina * STONY BROOK * at Presbyterian * CHARLESTON SOUTHERN * at #16 Liberty * at Army OLD DOMINION

W, 14-13 L, 16-44 L, 28-38 L, 23-27 L, 6-20 L, 20-27 W, 31-20 L, 21-31 L, 14-54 L, 17-22 L, 35-42

10-17 13-23 21-20 17-44 52-14 24-31 27-20 16-10 24-14 27-30 36-33


2009 YEAR-IN-REVIEW - WEEKLY HONORS, ALL-CONFERENCE, POLLS PLAYERS OF THE WEEK Sept. 7

OFF: Mike Brown, Liberty DEF: Eric Church, VMI ST: Ryan Gates, Gardner-Webb FR: Matthew Goods, Gardner-Webb

Sept. 14 OFF: Stan Doolittle, Gardner-Webb DEF: Marty Patterson, Gardner-Webb ST: Wesley Skiffington, Stony Brook FR: Aldreakis Allen, Liberty Sept. 21 OFF: Mike Brown, Liberty DEF: Arin West, Stony Brook ST: Matt Brevi, Stony Brook FR: Matthew Goods, Gardner-Webb Sept. 28 OFF: Kyle Hughes, VMI DEF: E.J. Brown, Coastal Carolina ST: Mike Larsson, Liberty FR: Kenny Tuiloma, Stony Brook Oct. 5

OFF: Stan Doolittle, Gardner-Webb DEF: Darren Rogers, Gardner-Webb ST: Wesley Skiffington, Stony Brook Tim Maypray, VMI FR: Matthew Goods, Gardner-Webb

ALL-CONFERENCE FIRST-TEAM OFFENSE QB RB RB WR WR WR TE OL OL OL OL OL

Stan Doolittle, Sr., Gardner-Webb Edwin Gowins, Soph., Stony Brook Conte Cuttino, Sr., Stony Brook Mike Brown, R-Soph., Liberty Gerald Stevenson, Jr., Charleston Southern James Perry III, R-Soph., Gardner-Webb David Duran, R-So., Coastal Carolina Bryan Mosier, R-Sr., Liberty Paul Fenaroli, Jr., Stony Brook Corey O’Daniel, Jr., Gardner-Webb George Handler, R-Sr., VMI Josh Weaver, R-Sr., Liberty

DL DL DL DL LB LB LB LB DB DB DB DB

Trey Jacobs, Sr., Liberty Phillip Oboh, Sr., Coastal Carolina Matt Goods, Fr., Gardner-Webb Joel Walton, Jr., Charleston Southern Tyler Santucci, Sr., Stony Brook Marty Patterson, Jr., Gardner-Webb Mario Brown, R-Sr., Gardner-Webb Andrew McKain, R-Sr., Charleston Southern Josh Norman, Soph., Coastal Carolina Arin West, Jr., Stony Brook KaJuan Lee, R-Soph., Liberty Chris Kuzdale, Soph., Charleston Southern

Matt Bevins, Soph., Liberty Marc Ray, R-Fr., VMI Andrew McKain, R-Sr., Charleston Southern David Montgomery, Sr., Gardner-Webb Tim Maypray, Sr., VMI

ALL-CONFERENCE SECOND-TEAM OFFENSE QB RB RB WR WR WR TE OL OL OL OL OL

Tommy Beecher, R-Sr., Liberty Howard Abegesah, Sr., VMI Patrick Hall, Jr., Gardner-Webb Chris Summers, R-Soph., Liberty Patrick McKoy, Soph., Presbyterian College Kwame Krakue, R-Jr., Charleston Southern Will Quarles, R-Sr., Liberty Ryan Boehm, R-Sr., Coastal Carolina Kyle Webber, Sr., Gardner-Webb J.W. Myers, R-Sr., Charleston Southern Mario Cosby, R-Sr., Liberty Alex Stadler, R-Jr., Liberty

DL DL DL DL LB LB LB LB DB DB DB DB

Josh Wine, Jr., VMI Quinnon Isom, R-Sr., Gardner-Webb Asa Chapman, Soph, Liberty Chris Perri, Sr., Stony Brook Doncel Bolt, Jr., Liberty Wes Cheek, Sr., Liberty Emilio Calvin, R-Soph., VMI Desmond Steward, R-Soph., Coastal Carolina Byron Allen, R-Soph., VMI Chris Rocco, Sr., Liberty Justin Bethel, Soph., Presbyterian College Chris Richards, Sr., Stony Brook

PK PK P LS KR PR

John Paglia, Jr., Charleston Southern (tie) Ryan Gates, Soph., Gardner-Webb (tie) Mike Larsson, Soph., Liberty Matt Quinn, Sr., Presbyterian College Aaron Hewlett, R-Sr., Liberty Antwan Ivey, Soph., Charleston Southern

DEFENSE

DEFENSE

SPECIAL TEAMS

SPECIAL TEAMS

Oct. 12

OFF: Zach MacDowall, Coastal Carolina DEF: Derrick Frasier, Coastal Carolina ST: Justin Durham, Coastal Carolina FR: Lance Byrd, Presbyterian

PK P LS KR PR

Oct. 19

OFF: Patrick Hall, Gardner-Webb Michael Coulter, Stony Brook DEF: Liberty Defense ST: Matt Bevins, Liberty FR: Aldreakis Allen, Liberty

Week of Preseason

CSU RV/--

CCU RV/--

GWU RV/--

LU RV/RV

PC RV/--

SBU RV/--

VMI --/--

Sept. 7

--/--

RV/--

RV/--

RV/24

--/--

RV/--

RV/--

Sept. 14

--/--

--/--

RV/RV

RV/24

--/--

--/--

--/--

Sept. 21

--/--

--/--

RV/--

25/24

--/--

--/--

--/--

Oct. 26

Nov. 2

Nov. 9

Nov. 16

Nov. 23

OFF: Howard Abegesah, VMI DEF: Emilio Calvin, VMI ST: Mike Larsson, Liberty FR: Brent Vinson, Liberty

Sept. 28

--/--

--/--

RV/RV

RV/RV

--/--

--/--

RV/--

OFF: Tommy Beecher, Liberty DEF: Arin West, Stony Brook ST: Antwan Ivey, Charleston Southern FR: SirChauncey Holloway, Liberty

Oct. 5

--/--

--/--

RV/RV

RV/RV

--/--

--/--

--/--

Oct. 12

RV/--

--/--

RV/--

RV/RV

--/--

--/--

--/--

Oct. 19

--/--

--/--

RV/--

23/RV

--/--

--/--

--/--

OFF: A.J. Toscano, Charleston Southern DEF: Josh Norman, Coastal Carolina ST: Matt Bevins, Liberty FR: Lance Byrd, Presbyterian

Oct. 26

--/--

--/--

RV/RV

23/24

--/--

--/--

--/--

Nov. 2

--/--

--/--

RV/--

16/17

--/--

RV/--

--/--

Nov. 9

--/--

--/--

--/--

16/16

--/--

RV/--

--/--

Nov. 16

RV/--

--/--

--/--

16/17

--/--

--/--

--/--

Nov. 23

--/--

--/--

--/--

22/22

--/--

RV/--

--/--

Final

--/--

--/--

--/--

22/21

--/--

RV/--

--/--

OFF: Mike Brown, Liberty DEF: Chris Kuzdale, Charleston Southern ST: John Paglia, Charleston Southern FR: Lance Byrd, Presbyterian OFF: Edwin Gowins, Stony Brook DEF: Matt Bach, Charleston Southern ST: John Paglia, Charleston Southern FR: Patrick Morgano, Presbyterian

The Sports Network poll is listed first, followed by the FCS Coaches Poll. RV - Received Votes

na - not available

Notes: Lindy’s College Football Preview ranked Coastal Carolina at No. 18 in its preseason rankings.

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2009 YEAR-IN-REVIEW - NATIONAL HONORS Howard Abegesah, VMI College Sporting News Preseason All-America (3rd Team) Ryan Ard, Charleston Southern National Football Foundation Honor Society Justin Bethel, Presbyterian College Columbia State All-State College Football Team Orangeburg (S.C.) Touchdown Club All-State Team Matt Bevins, Liberty The Sports Network All-America (1st Team) Walter Camp Foundation FCS All-America Team (1st Team) Associated Press All-America (1st Team) College Sporting News FCS Fabulous 50 All-America Team (1st Team) VaSID University Division All-State (1st Team Specialist) College Sporting News National All-Star, Oct. 12 (Special Teams) ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District (1st Team) Mario Brown, Gardner-Webb ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District (1st Team) The Sports Network Preseason All-America (2nd Team) College Sporting News Preseason All-America (Honorable Mention) Mike Brown, Liberty College Sporting News FCS Fabulous 50 All-America Team (1st Team) VaSID University Division All-State (1st Team Offense) The Sports Network National Offensive Player of the Week, Sept. 21 College Sporting News National All-Star, Sept. 21 (Offense) Conte Cuttino, Stony Brook College Sporting News Preseason All-America (Honorable Mention) Consensus Draft Services Preseason All-America (Honorable Mention) Paul Fenaroli, Stony Brook College Sporting News FCS Fabulous 50 All-America Team (Honorable Mention) Tommy Fraser, Coastal Carolina The Sports Network All-America (1st Team) College Sporting News FCS Fabulous 50 All-America Team (1st Team) Matt Freeman, Presbyterian College ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District (1st Team) National Football Foundation Honor Society Gardner-Webb FCS Athletic Directors Association Academic APR Award Winner Ryan Gates, Gardner-Webb Phil Steele’s College Football Preseason All-America (1st Team) College Sporting News Preseason All-America (Honorable Mention) Edwin Gowins, Stony Brook College Sporting News National All-Star, Nov. 23 (Offense) Phil Steele’s College Football Preseason All-America (2nd Team) Trey Jacobs, Liberty Signed as a free agent by Washington Redskins VaSID University Division All-State (2nd Team Defense) Tim Maypray, VMI Signed as a free agent by Montreal Allouettes (CFL) College Sporting News Preseason All-America (Honorable Mention) Consensus Draft Services Preseason All-America (Honorable Mention) Cedric McGowan, Gardner-Webb Consensus Draft Services Preseason All-America (Honorable Mention)

Andrew McKain, Charleston Southern Columbia State All-State College Football Team Orangeburg (S.C.) Touchdown Club All-State Team National Football Foundation Honor Society Bryan Mosier, Liberty VaSID University Division All-State (2nd Team Offense) J.W. Myers, Charleston Southern East Coast Bowl Participant Orangeburg (S.C.) Touchdown Club All-State Team Josh Norman, Coastal Carolina College Sporting News FCS Fabulous 50 All-America Team (1st Team) The Sports Network All-America (3rd Team) Columbia State All-State College Football Team Orangeburg (S.C.) Touchdown Club All-State Team The Sports Network National Defensive Player of the Week, Nov. 9 College Sporting News National All-Star, Nov. 9 (Defense) Phillip Oboh, Coastal Carolina Columbia State All-State College Football Team Orangeburg (S.C.) Touchdown Club All-State Team Lindy’s Preseason All-America (2nd Team) Chris Richards, Stony Brook Signed as a free agent by Seattle Seahawks Chris Rocco, Liberty ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-America (1st Team) ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District (1st Team) FCS Athletic Directors Association Academic All-Star Team Danny Rocco, Liberty Liberty Mutual National Coach of the Year Award (Finalist) Eddie Robinson National Coach of the Year Award (Finalist - 19th) Jeff Santos, Stony Brook National Football Foundation Honor Society Tyler Santucci, Stony Brook Associated Press All-America (2nd Team) Wesley Skiffington, Stony Brook College Sporting News National All-Star, Oct. 5 (Special Teams) Gerald Stevenson, Charleston Southern Columbia State All-State College Football Team Orangeburg (S.C.) Touchdown Club All-State Team College Sporting News Preseason All-America (3rd Team) Chris Tyler, Stony Brook National Football Foundation Honor Society Josh Weaver, Liberty VaSID University Division All-State (2nd Team Offense) Kyle Webber, Gardner-Webb New York Giants mini-camp invitee Jeffery Williams, Gardner-Webb The Sports Network Preseason All-America (1st Team) Sporting News Preseason All-America (1st Team) Lindy’s Preseason All-America (2nd Team) Phil Steele’s College Football Preseason All-America (2nd Team) Consensus Draft Services Preseason All-America (2nd Team) College Sporting News Preseason All-America (3rd Team) Preseason Buck Buchanan Award candidate

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2009 YEAR-IN-REVIEW - FINAL TEAM STATISTICS SCORING OFFENSE Liberty Gardner-Webb Charleston Southern Stony Brook VMI Presbyterian Coastal Carolina

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

TD 48 38 32 32 31 28 24

TOTAL OFFENSE Liberty Gardner-Webb Charleston Southern Stony Brook Presbyterian VMI Coastal Carolina

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

RUSH 1937 1732 1798 1804 1267 3044 1683

SCORING DEFENSE Liberty Stony Brook Gardner-Webb Coastal Carolina Charleston Southern VMI Presbyterian

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

TD 25 32 35 36 42 42 60

TOTAL DEFENSE Liberty Stony Brook Coastal Carolina Gardner-Webb Charleston Southern VMI Presbyterian

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

RUSH 1666 1583 1946 1402 2519 1615 2648

PASS 1888 2033 1766 2411 1753 2826 2607

PLYS 673 718 696 750 721 764 777

YARDS 3554 3616 3712 3813 4272 4441 5255

AVG/P 5.3 5.0 5.3 5.1 5.9 5.8 6.8

RUSHING OFFENSE VMI Liberty Stony Brook Charleston Southern Gardner-Webb Coastal Carolina Presbyterian

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

ATT 578 385 400 390 402 461 338

YDS 3044 1937 1804 1798 1732 1683 1267

AVG 5.3 5.0 4.5 4.6 4.3 3.7 3.7

TD 23 31 14 14 23 12 12

YDS/G 276.7 176.1 164.0 163.5 157.5 153.0 115.2

PASS EFFICIENCY Liberty Gardner-Webb Stony Brook Charleston Southern Coastal Carolina Presbyterian VMI

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

ATT 310 359 293 351 286 411 117

RUSHING DEFENSE Gardner-Webb Stony Brook VMI Liberty Coastal Carolina Charleston Southern Presbyterian

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

ATT 401 384 417 402 433 438 482

PASS DEF EFFICIENCY Charleston Southern Stony Brook Coastal Carolina Liberty Gardner-Webb VMI Presbyterian

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

ATT 283 334 263 271 349 347 295

PASSING OFFENSE Presbyterian Gardner-Webb Charleston Southern Liberty Stony Brook Coastal Carolina VMI

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

ATT 411 359 351 310 293 286 117

XP 46 38 28 26 26 24 20

2XP 0 0 0 2 1 1 1

PASS 2228 2401 2267 2141 2596 769 1968 XP 23 28 30 33 39 36 48

PLYS 695 761 741 693 749 695 747 2XP 1 0 1 0 1 1 0

CMP 211 223 158 200 155 228 54 YDS 1402 1583 1615 1666 1946 2519 2648

DXP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

AVG 3.5 4.1 3.9 4.1 4.5 5.8 5.5

INT 26 5 13 5 12 17 8

FG 22 13 16 15 3 6 13

YARDS 4165 4133 4065 3945 3863 3813 3651

PCT .681 .621 .539 .570 .542 .555 .462

CMP 160 199 149 160 188 227 189 CMP 228 223 200 211 158 155 54

DXP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PCT 12 12 21 17 12 4 4 PCT 55.5 62.1 57.0 68.1 53.9 54.2 46.2

FG 11 12 11 9 10 16 11

INT 5 5 12 13 17 26 8 TD 12 17 20 14 20 29 28 INT 56.5 59.6 56.7 59.0 53.9 65.4 64.1 YDS 2596 2401 2267 2228 2141 1968 769

SAF 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 AVG/P 6.0 5.4 5.5 5.7 5.2 5.5 4.9 SAF 1 0 1 2 0 0 0

YDS 2228 2401 2141 2267 1968 2596 769

PTS 400 305 268 267 225 214 205 TD 44 36 27 30 28 29 24 PTS 210 256 277 280 323 338 441 TD 24 28 35 32 40 38 57

TD 13 13 16 13 12 16 6

AVG 36.4 27.7 24.4 24.3 20.5 19.5 18.6

PASS DEFENSE Charleston Southern Coastal Carolina Liberty Stony Brook Gardner-Webb Presbyterian VMI

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

CMP 160 149 160 199 188 189 227

INT 12 21 17 12 12 4 4

YDS/G 378.6 375.7 369.5 358.6 351.2 346.6 331.9

FIELD GOALS Stony Brook Liberty Gardner-Webb Charleston Southern Coastal Carolina VMI Presbyterian

G MADE ATT 11 15 17 11 22 26 11 13 16 11 16 22 11 13 19 11 3 6 11 6 13

PCT .882 .846 .812 .727 .684 .500 .462

NET YARDS PER PUNT Liberty Presbyterian VMI Stony Brook Charleston Southern Gardner-Webb Coastal Carolina

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

PAT KICKING Gardner-Webb Liberty Charleston Southern Coastal Carolina VMI Presbyterian Stony Brook

G MADE ATT PCT 11 38 38 1.000 11 46 47 .979 11 28 30 .933 11 20 22 .909 11 26 29 .897 11 24 27 .889 11 26 30 .867

PUNT RETURN AVG VMI Charleston Southern Coastal Carolina Liberty Presbyterian Stony Brook Gardner-Webb

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

RET 18 16 14 17 7 15 15

YDS 257 154 85 103 39 82 78

TD 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

AVG 14.3 9.6 6.1 6.1 5.6 5.5 5.2

KICKOFF RETURNS Liberty Gardner-Webb Stony Brook VMI Charleston Southern Presbyterian Coastal Carolina

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

RET 39 49 41 56 48 71 47

YDS 881 1020 811 1076 905 1293 847

TD 1 1 0 0 1 0 0

AVG 22.6 20.8 19.8 19.2 18.9 18.2 18.0

INTERCEPTIONS Coastal Carolina Liberty Gardner-Webb Stony Brook Charleston Southern Presbyterian VMI

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

NO 21 17 12 12 12 4 4

YDS 212 167 114 165 280 31 28

TD 0 1 1 1 3 0 0

AVG 10.1 9.8 9.5 13.8 23.3 7.8 7.0

TURNOVER MARGIN Liberty Gardner-Webb Stony Brook Coastal Carolina Charleston Southern VMI Presbyterian

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

Gained FUM 12 13 14 4 6 12 13

INT 17 12 12 21 12 4 4

TOT 29 25 26 25 18 16 17

Lost FUM 3 10 5 10 9 27 11

FIRST DOWNS Charleston Southern Gardner-Webb Presbyterian Coastal Carolina Liberty Stony Brook VMI

G RUSH 11 103 11 90 11 74 11 98 11 93 11 87 11 140

PASS 110 118 121 93 93 96 29

AVG 19.1 23.3 25.2 25.5 29.4 30.7 40.1 YDS/G 323.1 328.7 337.5 346.6 388.4 403.7 477.7

EFFIC 139.0 127.5 125.1 116.0 114.0 108.7 104.6

YDS/G 127.5 143.9 146.8 151.5 176.9 229.0 240.7 YDS 1753 2033 1766 1888 2411 2826 2607

TD 11 11 15 10 20 18 29

EFFIC 112.9 114.4 115.9 117.2 123.9 148.6 168.0

AVG 6.3 6.7 6.5 7.2 7.3 6.9 6.6

TD 16 13 13 13 16 12 6

YDS/G 236.0 218.3 206.1 202.5 194.6 178.9 69.9

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ATT 283 263 271 334 349 295 347

NO YDS AVG/P 41 1479 36.1 47 1746 37.1 42 1595 38.0 57 2046 35.9 43 1523 35.4 51 1808 35.5 51 1689 33.1

PCT 56.5 56.7 59.0 59.6 53.9 64.1 65.4

YDS 1753 1766 1888 2033 2411 2607 2826

PR AVG 44 1.1 98 2.1 216 5.1 159 2.8 93 2.2 226 4.4 141 2.8

PEN TOTAL 13 226 16 224 25 220 19 210 16 202 15 198 7 176

INT 5 5 12 17 13 8 26

AVG 6.2 6.7 7.0 6.1 6.9 8.8 8.1

TD 11 15 10 11 20 29 18

YDS/G 159.4 160.5 171.6 184.8 219.2 237.0 256.9

TBK NET/P 2 34.0 3 33.8 1 32.4 3 32.1 4 31.4 1 30.6 2 29.6

TOT 8 15 17 27 22 35 37

MAR PER/G +21 1.91 +10 0.91 +9 0.82 -2 -0.18 -4 -0.36 -19 -1.73 -20 -1.82


2009 YEAR-IN-REVIEW - FINAL TEAM STATISTICS 3RD-DN CONVERSIONS Gardner-Webb Liberty Charleston Southern Coastal Carolina Stony Brook Presbyterian VMI

G CONV 11 70 11 60 11 61 11 63 11 59 11 61 11 55

ATT 158 141 147 154 148 158 149

PCT 44.3 42.6 41.5 40.9 39.9 38.6 36.9

PENALTIES Liberty VMI Presbyterian Charleston Southern Coastal Carolina Gardner-Webb Stony Brook

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

4TH-DN CONVERSIONS Liberty Stony Brook Charleston Southern Coastal Carolina VMI Gardner-Webb Presbyterian

G CONV 11 7 11 8 11 8 11 8 11 18 11 6 11 9

ATT 10 12 13 14 33 16 27

PCT 70.0 66.7 61.5 57.1 54.5 37.5 33.3

TIME OF POSSESSION Stony Brook Liberty Charleston Southern Coastal Carolina Gardner-Webb VMI Presbyterian

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

OPP 3RD-DN CONVERSIONS G CONV Liberty 11 53 Coastal Carolina 11 52 Stony Brook 11 60 Gardner-Webb 11 65 Charleston Southern 11 62 VMI 11 73 Presbyterian 11 69

ATT 145 142 155 157 146 155 135

PCT 36.6 36.6 38.7 41.4 42.5 47.1 51.1

RED ZONE OFFENSE Liberty Gardner-Webb Stony Brook Coastal Carolina Charleston Southern Presbyterian VMI

G RedZone PCT TDs R/P FG-AT Fum/Int/Downs/Other 11 47-51 92.2 34 27/7 13-15 0/0/1/1 11 32-35 91.4 22 15/7 10-12 1/0/0/0 11 31-35 88.6 18 8/10 13-14 0/1/1/1 11 23-30 76.7 14 11/3 9-10 2/2/1/1 11 31-41 75.6 22 13/9 9-12 0/3/2/2 11 23-34 67.6 17 9/8 6-9 0/5/3/0 11 22-36 61.1 19 16/3 3-5 7/1/4/0

OPP 4TH-DN CONVERSIONS G CONV VMI 11 7 Stony Brook 11 8 Coastal Carolina 11 6 Charleston Southern 11 9 Liberty 11 10 Presbyterian 11 7 Gardner-Webb 11 16

ATT 17 17 12 18 19 11 23

PCT 41.2 47.1 50.0 50.0 52.6 63.6 69.6

RED ZONE DEFENSE Liberty Stony Brook Charleston Southern Coastal Carolina VMI Presbyterian Gardner-Webb

G RedZone PCT TDs R/P 11 24-36 66.7 15 9/6 11 23-31 74.2 16 13/3 11 35-44 79.5 26 21/5 11 32-39 82.1 26 17/9 11 39-47 83.0 30 19/11 11 51-61 83.6 41 23/18 11 33-39 84.6 24 12/12

SACKS BY Coastal Carolina Gardner-Webb Charleston Southern VMI Liberty Presbyterian Stony Brook

YDS 197 142 94 111 103 99 79

KICKOFF COVERAGE Coastal Carolina Charleston Southern Liberty Gardner-Webb Stony Brook Presbyterian VMI

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

SKS 25 25 19 18 15 14 12

NO 56 74 61 71 73 76 79 TOTAL 341:57 334:28 332:04 330:58 324:09 316:13 315:29

NO 50 58 78 63 54 38 45

YDS 466 559 580 635 667 700 746

AVG/G 42.4 50.8 52.7 57.7 60.6 63.6 67.8

AVG/G 31:05 30:24 30:11 30:05 29:28 28:44 28:40

YDS 2840 3523 4742 3451 2998 2052 2452

AVG 56.8 60.7 60.8 54.8 55.5 54.0 54.5

FG-AT Fum/Int/Downs/Other 9-12 2/3/2/2 7-9 1/2/2/1 9-12 1/3/1/1 6-9 0/2/1/1 9-13 1/0/2/1 10-12 4/1/2/1 9-9 1/3/2/0

RETN 619 1051 1469 1009 944 617 781

TB NetAVG 8 41.2 7 40.2 12 38.9 2 38.1 1 37.7 1 37.2 0 37.1

FINAL 2009 NCAA TEAM STATISTICAL LEADERS (TOP 50) Rushing Offense 1. VMI ....................................................276.73 21. Liberty ...............................................176.09 29. Stony Brook ........................................164.00 30. Charleston Southern ...........................163.45 36. Gardner-Webb ....................................157.45 37. Coastal Carolina .................................153.00 Scoring Offense 1. Liberty ...............................................36.36 34. Gardner-Webb .....................................27.73 50. Charleston Southern ............................24.36

Pass Defense 14. Charleston Southern ...........................159.36 15. Coastal Carolina .................................160.55 26. Liberty ...............................................171.64 45. Stony Brook ........................................184.82

Pass Efficiency Defense 30. Charleston Southern ...........................112.88 37. Stony Brook ........................................114.41 45. Coastal Carolina .................................115.96 48. Liberty ...............................................117.15

Kickoff Returns 20. Liberty ................................................22.59 42. Gardner-Webb .....................................20.82

Net Punting 36. Liberty ................................................34.02

Passing Efficiency 23. Liberty ...............................................139.08 49. Gardner-Webb ....................................127.44

Passing Offense 36. Gardner-Webb ...................................218.27 46. Charleston Southern ..........................206.09 49. Liberty ..............................................202.55

Turnover Margin 1. Liberty .................................................+1.91 13. Gardner-Webb .....................................+0.91 18. Stony Brook .........................................+0.82

Scoring Defense 24. Liberty .................................................19.09

Rushing Defense 39. Gardner-Webb ....................................127.45

Punt Returns 11. VMI ......................................................14.28 31. Charleston Southern ..............................9.63

Total Offense 27. Liberty ..............................................378.64 29. Gardner-Webb ....................................375.73 34. Charleston Southern ...........................369.55 43. Stony Brook .......................................358.64

Total Defense 40. Liberty...............................................323.09 44. Stony Brook .......................................328.73

The NCAA does not list reclassifying teams in its overall statistics listings, therefore, Presbyterian College was not ranked in the NCAA statistics last season.

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2009 YEAR-IN-REVIEW - FINAL INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS TOTAL OFFENSE DOOLITTLE, Stan - GWU TOSCANO, A.J. - CSU BEECHER, Tommy - LIBERTY COULTER, Michael - SBU MacDOWALL, Zach - COASTAL MILEY, Brandon - PC HUGHES, Kyle - VMI GOWINS, Edwin - SBU ABEGESAH, Howard - VMI WEBB, Tim - PC

G 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 10 11 9

RUSH 309 325 193 -32 163 -60 642 890 964 -61

PASS 2268 2092 1700 2060 1664 1736 697 0 0 826

SCORING BEVINS, Matt - LIBERTY HALL, Patrick - GWU GATES, Ryan - GWU PAGLIA, John - CSU SKIFFINGTON, Wes - SBU BROWN, Mike - LIBERTY MAYPRAY, Tim - VMI GOWINS, Edwin - SBU DURHAM, Justin - COASTAL ALLEN, Aldreakis - LIBERTY

G 11 10 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 11

TD 0 12 0 0 0 11 10 9 0 9

SCORING (KICK) BEVINS, Matt - LIBERTY GATES, Ryan - GWU PAGLIA, John - CSU SKIFFINGTON, Wes - SBU DURHAM, Justin - COASTAL MAYES, Aaron - PC SEXTON, Jeff - VMI

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

PATs 41-42 38-38 28-30 26-30 20-22 21-24 26-29

ALL PURPOSE MAYPRAY, Tim - VMI STEVENSON, Gerald - CSU BROWN, Mike - LIBERTY GOWINS, Edwin - SBU ABEGESAH, Howard - VMI MONTGOMERY, David - GWU CUTTINO, Conte - SBU BREVI, Matt - SBU BYRD, Lance - PC IVEY, Antwan - CSU

G 11 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 11 11

RUSH 519 364 442 890 964 215 800 6 700 490

RCV 152 724 698 -1 6 218 131 344 158 183

PR 207 0 62 0 0 0 0 0 0 114

KR 972 364 215 0 0 522 13 557 0 70

YDS 1850 1452 1417 889 970 955 944 907 858 857

AVG/G 168.2 132.0 128.8 88.9 88.2 86.8 85.8 82.5 78.0 77.9

RUSHING YARDS ABEGESAH, Howard - VMI GOWINS, Edwin - SBU CUTTINO, Conte - SBU BYRD, Lance - PC FRASER, Tommy - COASTAL HUGHES, Kyle - VMI HALL, Patrick - GWU DENDY, Trandon - PC ALLEN, Aldreakis - LIBERTY MAYPRAY, Tim - VMI

G 11 10 11 11 11 11 10 8 11 11

ATT 171 145 177 127 144 136 108 133 118 115

YDS 964 890 800 700 671 642 599 554 530 519

ACG 5.6 6.1 4.5 5.5 4.7 4.7 5.5 4.2 4.5 4.5

TD 6 9 4 4 4 7 12 5 9 6

LONG 46 65 43 48 39 66 66 40 42 30

YDS/G 87.6 89.0 72.7 63.6 61.0 58.4 59.9 69.2 48.2 47.2

PASSING AVG/GAME DOOLITTLE, Stan - GWU TOSCANO, A.J. - CSU COULTER, Michael - SBU BEECHER, Tommy - LIBERTY MILEY, Brandon - PC MacDOWALL, Zach - COASTAL

G 11 11 11 10 11 11

ATT 347 308 279 227 276 229

CMP 215 179 153 154 151 126

INT 5 12 10 5 16 11

PCT 62.0 58.1 54.8 67.8 54.7 55.0

YDS 2268 2092 2060 1700 1736 1664

TD AVG/G 11 206.2 12 190.2 15 187.3 9 170.0 11 157.8 9 151.3

PASSING EFFICIENCY BEECHER, Tommy - LIBERTY COULTER, Michael - SBU DOOLITTLE, Stan - GWU TOSCANO, A.J. - CSU MacDOWALL, Zach - COASTAL MILEY, Brandon - PC

G 10 11 11 11 11 11

ATT 227 279 347 308 229 276

CMP 154 153 215 179 126 151

INT 5 10 5 12 11 16

PCT 67.8 54.8 62.0 58.1 55.0 54.7

YDS 1700 2060 2268 2092 1664 1736

TD 9 15 11 12 9 11

RECEPTIONS PERRY III, James - GWU BROWN, Mike - LIBERTY STEVENSON, Gerald - CSU MCKOY, Patrick - PC SUMMERS, Chris - LIBERTY KRAKUE, Kwame - CSU TOWNS, Stephan - SBU SANDERS, Marquis - GWU WHITLEY, Brandon - COASTAL IVEY, Antwan - CSU

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 11

REC 61 60 55 47 46 40 37 36 30 29

YDS 749 698 724 615 603 546 398 459 469 183

TD 3 2 3 4 4 3 1 2 4 0

XPT 41 0 38 28 26 0 0 0 20 0

PLAYS 454 390 287 305 306 321 235 145 171 147 FG 22 0 13 16 15 0 0 0 13 0

FGs 22-26 13-16 16-22 15-17 13-19 6-12 3-6

TOTAL 2577 2417 1893 2028 1827 1676 1339 890 964 765

YDS/G 234.3 219.7 189.3 184.4 166.1 152.4 121.7 89.0 87.6 85.0

RECEIVING YARDS PERRY III, James - GWU STEVENSON, Gerald - CSU BROWN, Mike - LIBERTY MCKOY, Patrick - PC SUMMERS, Chris - LIBERTY ADEGBOLA, Sean - PC KRAKUE, Kwame - CSU PORTER, Donald - SBU WHITLEY, Brandon - COASTAL SANDERS, Marquis - GWU

G 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 11 11 10

REC 61 55 60 47 46 28 40 25 30 36

PTS 107 72 77 76 71 66 60 54 59 54

PTS/G 9.7 7.2 7.0 6.9 6.5 6.0 5.5 5.4 5.4 4.9

PUNTING AVERAGE (min 3.6/g) RAY, Marc - VMI MORGANO, Patrick - PC PURVIS, Graham - GWU LARSSON, Mike - LIBERTY EVANGELISTA, Drew - SBU BROWN, Andy - CSU ERDMAN, Ben - COASTAL

G 10 11 9 11 11 10 11

NO 41 47 39 40 55 42 51

YDS 1595 1746 1443 1469 2016 1492 1689

LONG 56 55 51 71 52 59 56

AVG 38.9 37.1 37.0 36.7 36.7 35.5 33.1

FIELD GOALS BEVINS, Matt - LIBERTY PAGLIA, John - CSU SKIFFINGTON, Wes - SBU GATES, Ryan - GWU DURHAM, Justin - COASTAL MAYES, Aaron - PC SEXTON, Jeff - VMI

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

FG 22 16 15 13 13 6 3

FGA 26 22 17 16 19 12 6

PCT 84.6 72.7 88.2 81.2 68.4 50.0 50.0

FG/G 2.00 1.45 1.36 1.18 1.18 0.55 0.27

PAT KICKING PCT GATES, Ryan - GWU BEVINS, Matt - LIBERTY PAGLIA, John - CSU DURHAM, Justin - COASTAL SEXTON, Jeff - VMI MAYES, Aaron - PC SKIFFINGTON, Wes - SBU

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

MADE 38 41 28 20 26 21 26

ATT 38 42 30 22 29 24 30

PCT 100.0 97.6 93.3 90.9 89.7 87.5 86.7

PUNT RETURNS MAYPRAY, Tim - VMI GUSH, Jordan - SBU IVEY, Antwan - CSU OWEN, Jake - COASTAL BROWN, Mike - LIBERTY HEWLETT, Aaron - LIBERTY PETTY, Tyson - GWU PERRY III, James - GWU NORMAN, Josh - COASTAL SMITH, Bruce - PC

G 11 10 11 8 11 11 11 11 11 11

RET 16 13 12 10 9 8 8 6 4 4

YDS 207 88 114 64 62 41 25 30 21 12

TD 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

LONG 86 15 50 15 15 25 16 13 8 8

AVG 12.9 6.8 9.5 6.4 6.9 5.1 3.1 5.0 5.2 3.0

PUNT RETURN AVG (min. 1.2/g) MAYPRAY, Tim - VMI GUSH, Jordan - SBU

G 11 10

RET 16 13

YDS 207 88

TD 1 0

LONG 86 15

AVG 12.9 6.8

KICKOFF RETURNS MAYPRAY, Tim - VMI ROBBINS, Tyler - PC BREVI, Matt - SBU SMITH, Bruce - PC HENDERSON, Tre - COASTAL MONTGOMERY, David - GWU STEVENSON, Gerald - CSU PETTY, Tyson - GWU PORTER, Donald - SBU RUFF, Michael - PC

G 11 9 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 9

RET 46 27 27 25 24 23 19 16 13 12

YDS 972 558 557 436 445 522 364 305 241 235

TD 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

LONG 47 51 53 32 35 100 32 39 37 30

AVG 21.1 20.7 20.6 17.4 18.5 22.7 19.2 19.1 18.5 19.6

KICKOFF RETURN AVG (min. 1.2/g) G MONTGOMERY, David - GWU 11 MAYPRAY, Tim - VMI 11 ROBBINS, Tyler - PC 9 BREVI, Matt - SBU 11 RUFF, Michael - PC 9 STEVENSON, Gerald - CSU 11 PETTY, Tyson - GWU 11 HENDERSON, Tre - COASTAL 11 SMITH, Bruce - PC 11

RET 23 46 27 27 12 19 16 24 25

YDS 522 972 558 557 235 364 305 445 436

TD 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

LONG 100 47 51 53 30 32 39 35 32

AVG 22.7 21.1 20.7 20.6 19.6 19.2 19.1 18.5 17.4

2XP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PTS 107 77 76 71 59 39 35

PTS/G 9.7 7.0 6.9 6.5 5.4 3.5 3.2

LONG AVG/C 48 12.3 80 11.6 33 13.2 44 13.1 47 13.1 62 13.6 35 10.8 46 12.8 55 15.6 29 6.3

EFF 139.4 127.4 124.4 120.2 119.4 109.1

YDS/G 68.1 63.5 65.8 55.9 54.8 49.6 36.2 45.9 42.6 16.6

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YDS 749 724 698 615 603 602 546 476 469 459

TD 3 3 2 4 4 5 3 5 4 2

LONG AVG/C 48 12.3 33 13.2 80 11.6 44 13.1 47 13.1 68 21.5 62 13.6 60 19.0 55 15.6 46 12.8

YDS/G 68.1 65.8 63.5 55.9 54.8 60.2 49.6 43.3 42.6 45.9


2009 YEAR-IN-REVIEW - FINAL INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS TACKLES PER GAME PATTERSON, Marty - GWU ALLEN, Byron - VMI SANTUCCI, Tyler - SBU McKAIN, Andrew - CSU BROWN, Mario - GWU WEST, Arin - SBU BETHEL, Justin - PC GROSS, A.J. - VMI SCHWICKE, Stephen - SBU CHEEK, Wes - LIBERTY KUZDALE, Chris - CSU GODFREY, Fred - CSU CALVIN, Emilio - VMI PATRICK, Chris - CSU WINE, Josh - VMI THRASHER, Juan - VMI BOLT, Doncel - LIBERTY BROWN, Derek - PC CLEMENTS, Benjamin - SBU STEWARD, Desmond - COASTAL BROWN, E.J. - COASTAL ROCCO, Chris - LIBERTY DAVENPORT, Dominique - COASTAL OBOH, Phillip - COASTAL

G 11 10 11 10 11 11 11 11 10 11 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

POS LB DB LB LB LB DB CB LB LB LB DB LB LB LB DT CB LB LB DB LB LB DB SAF DE

SOLO 64 45 57 40 46 45 55 26 45 36 34 20 33 18 27 43 20 29 42 22 25 20 40 21

AST 46 48 36 39 39 35 24 50 23 36 30 47 33 46 36 19 42 31 18 38 33 37 16 34

TOTAL AVG/G SACKS 110 10.0 5.0 93 9.3 0.0 93 8.5 3.0 79 7.9 0.0 85 7.7 1.0 80 7.3 0.0 79 7.2 1.5 76 6.9 1.0 68 6.8 0.0 72 6.5 1.5 64 6.4 0.0 67 6.1 0.0 66 6.0 3.0 64 5.8 5.0 63 5.7 1.5 62 5.6 0.0 62 5.6 2.0 60 5.5 1.0 60 5.5 0.0 60 5.5 0.5 58 5.3 3.0 57 5.2 0.0 56 5.1 0.0 55 5.0 6.5

SACKS OBOH, Phillip - COASTAL WALTON, Joel - CSU PATTERSON, Marty - GWU PATRICK, Chris - CSU GOODS, Matthew - GWU EVANS, Derren - PC WARE, Kris - VMI BROWN, E.J. - COASTAL SANTUCCI, Tyler - SBU CALVIN, Emilio - VMI

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

POS DE DL LB LB DL DE LB LB LB LB

SOLO 6 5 5 4 3 3 3 2 3 3

AST 1 2 0 2 2 2 2 2 0 0

YDS 37 27 26 21 35 28 15 30 27 23

TOTAL AVG/G 6.5 0.59 6.0 0.55 5.0 0.45 5.0 0.45 4.0 0.36 4.0 0.36 4.0 0.36 3.0 0.27 3.0 0.27 3.0 0.27

TACKLES FOR LOSS SANTUCCI, Tyler - SBU PATTERSON, Marty - GWU GOODS, Matthew - GWU PATRICK, Chris - CSU CALVIN, Emilio - VMI OBOH, Phillip - COASTAL LEONARDI, Brian - PC SCHWICKE, Stephen - SBU DAVIS, Quinton - COASTAL BROWN, Mario - GWU

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 11

POS LB LB DL LB LB DE DE LB DE LB

SOLO 12 13 8 8 7 6 5 7 5 5

AST 4 2 5 4 4 6 6 1 4 4

YDS 57 51 49 28 37 40 27 22 26 23

TOTAL AVG/G 14.0 1.27 14.0 1.27 10.5 0.95 10.0 0.91 9.0 0.82 9.0 0.82 8.0 0.73 7.5 0.75 7.0 0.64 7.0 0.64

INTERCEPTIONS NORMAN, Josh - COASTAL LEE, Kajuan - LIBERTY KUZDALE, Chris - CSU CLEMENTS, Benjamin - SBU ROGERS, Darren - GWU DAVENPORT, Dominique - COASTAL WEST, Arin - SBU HARVEY, Antwain - CSU JAMES, Charles - CSU GIDDINGS, Cory - SBU

G 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 9 9 9

INT 8 5 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2

YDS 72 42 8 24 22 20 6 103 79 63

PASSES DEFENDED NORMAN, Josh - COASTAL KUZDALE, Chris - CSU WEST, Arin - SBU ROGERS, Darren - GWU HARVEY, Antwain - CSU LEE, Kajuan - LIBERTY RICHARDS, Chris - SBU LOTT, Marcus - COASTAL CLEMENTS, Benjamin - SBU GRANDISON, Jermaine - GWU

G 11 10 11 11 9 11 11 11 11 10

PBU 7 6 6 6 5 3 7 5 4 5

INT 8 3 3 3 2 5 1 2 3 1

FUMBLES FORCED WALTON, Joel - CSU SOLLAZZO, Ryan - SBU PATRICK, Chris - CSU SANTUCCI, Tyler - SBU BOWERS, Julian - VMI ADAMS, Terry - LIBERTY OBOH, Phillip - COASTAL HARPER, Kent - COASTAL LESLIE, Lyndrez - GWU DUFFEY, Chuck - LIBERTY

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 9 9 9

NUM 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1

AVG/G 0.27 0.18 0.18 0.18 0.18 0.18 0.18 0.11 0.11 0.11

FUMBLES RECOVERED WEST, Arin - SBU EPPS, Darnell - PC NORMAN, Connor - PC ROCCO, Chris - LIBERTY BOWERS, Julian - VMI LESLIE, Lyndrez - GWU WALKER, Greg - VMI WIDEMAN, Joe - PC RANKINS, Chevar - SBU SNEED, Josh - VMI

G 11 11 11 11 11 9 9 9 9 10

NUM 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1

AVG/G 0.27 0.18 0.18 0.18 0.18 0.11 0.11 0.11 0.11 0.10

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1

LONG 29 29 8 18 13 12 6 100 51 63

INT/G 0.73 0.45 0.30 0.27 0.27 0.27 0.27 0.22 0.22 0.22

TOTAL AVG/G 15 1.36 9 0.90 9 0.82 9 0.82 7 0.78 8 0.73 8 0.73 7 0.64 7 0.64 6 0.60

FINAL 2009 NCAA INDIVIDUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS (TOP 50) Field Goals Per Game 1. Matt Bevins, Liberty...............................2.00 10. John Paglia, Charleston Southern ...........1.45 16. Wesley Skiffington, Stony Brook ..............1.36 25. Justin Durham, Coastal Carolina .............1.18 25. Ryan Gates, Gardner-Webb .....................1.18 Scoring 3. Matt Bevins, Liberty ...............................9.73 35. Patrick Hall, Gardner-Webb ....................7.20 40. Ryan Gates, Gardner-Webb ....................7.00 41. John Paglia, Charleston Southern ...........6.91 50. Wesley Skiffington, Stony Brook .............6.45

Punt Return Average 11. Tim Maypray, VMI .................................12.94 35. Jordan Gush, Stony Brook ......................6.77

Receptions Per Game 35. James Perry III, Gardner-Webb ...............5.55 36. Mike Brown, Liberty ..............................5.45

Rushing 22. Edwin Gowins, Stony Brook ..................89.00 24. Howard Abegesah, VMI ........................87.64 39. Conte Cuttino, Stony Brook ..................72.73

Tackles For Loss Per Game 36. Tyler Santucci, Stony Brook ....................1.27 36. Marty Patterson, Gardner-Webb .............1.27

Passing Efficiency 26. Tommy Beecher, Liberty .....................139.43 44. Michael Coulter, Stony Brook ...............127.43 48. Stan Doolittle, Gardner-Webb .............124.44

Interceptions Per Game 3. Josh Norman, Coastal Carolina ...............0.73 19. Kajuan Lee, Liberty ...............................0.45

Total Offense 30. Stan Doolittle, Gardner-Webb .............234.27 36. A.J. Toscano, Charleston Southern ......219.73

All-Purpose Yards Per Game 6. Tim Maypray, VMI ...............................168.18 21. Gerald Stevenson, Charleston So..........132.00 25. Mike Brown, Liberty ...........................128.82

Tackles Per Game 30. Marty Patterson, Gardner-Webb .............9.73 38. Bryon Allen, VMI ..................................9.20

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Sacks Per Game 40. Phillip Oboh, Coastal Carolina ................0.59 Kickoff Return Average 44. David Montgomery, Gardner-Webb .......22.70

The NCAA does not list reclassifying teams in its overall statistics listings, therefore, Presbyterian College was not ranked in the NCAA statistics last season.


2002 STANDINGS & RESULTS CHARLESTON SOUTHERN (4-8, 0-3 Big South) A31 S7 S14 S21 S28 O12 O19 O26 N2 N9 N16 N21

VMI NORTH GREENVILLE at Presbyterian WEST VIRGINIA STATE at West Liberty State SAVANNAH STATE at Liberty * JACKSONVILLE at South Florida GARDNER-WEBB * ELON * at The Citadel

L, 24-27 W, 9-0 L, 6-26 W, 10-3 W, 28-26 W, 21-3 L, 17-31 L, 21-24 L, 6-56 L, 15-57 L, 13-21 L, 19-53

A31 S7 S14 S21 O5 O12 O26 N2 N9 N16

GARDNER-WEBB (9-1, 3-0 Big South) MORGAN STATE at #12 Georgia Southern EAST TENNESSEE STATE at Chattanooga at Liberty * ELON * at Florida International TENNESSEE-MARTIN at Charleston Southern * SAVANNAH STATE

W, 28-24 L, 0-56 W, 13-10 W, 26-24 W, 31-21 W, 38-27 W, 17-14 W, 24-0 W, 57-15 W, 44-13

S7 S14 S21 S28 O5 O12 O19 N2 N9 N16 N23

ELON (4-7, 2-1 Big South) FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL at #7 Furman JOHNSON C. SMITH at North Carolina A&T at #9 Northwestern State at Gardner-Webb * at East Tennessee State HOFSTRA LIBERTY * at Charleston Southern * #14 WOFFORD

W, 23-22 L, 7-57 W, 38-14 L, 20-34 L, 20-47 L, 27-38 L, 15-31 L, 13-27 W, 56-35 W, 21-13 L, 9-34

A31 S7 S21 S28 O5 O12 O19 O26 N2 N9 N23

LIBERTY (2-9, 1-2 Big South) WESTERN CAROLINA WEST LIBERTY STATE #4 APPALACHIAN STATE at Central Florida GARDNER-WEBB * at Akron CHARLESTON SOUTHERN * at VMI #17 EASTERN KENTUCKY (OT) at Elon * at Hofstra

L, 3-23 W, 35-6 L, 22-29 L, 17-48 L, 21-31 L, 21-49 W, 31-17 L, 14-38 L, 28-35 L, 35-56 L, 3-32

Team x-Gardner-Webb Elon Liberty Charleston Southern

W 3 2 1 0

BIG SOUTH L PCT PF PA 0 1.000 126 63 1 .667 104 86 2 .333 87 104 3 .000 45 109

W 9 4 2 4

OVERALL L PCT PF 1 .900 278 7 .364 249 9 .182 230 8 .333 189

PA 204 352 364 327

Home 5-0 3-2 2-4 2-4

Road 4-1 1-5 0-5 2-4

Streak W8 L1 L4 L6

x - Big South Champions

Offensive Player of the Year Jeremy Martin Gardner-Webb

Defensive Player of the Year Mario Williams Gardner-Webb

Coach of the Year Steve Patton Gardner-Webb

Freshman of the Year Keppy Baucom Gardner-Webb

Scholar-Athlete of the Year Andrew Harmon Gardner-Webb

Jeremy Martin and Mario Williams led Gardner-Webb to the ямБrst Big South title in 2002

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2003 STANDINGS & RESULTS A30 S6 S13 S20 S27 O11 O18 O25 N1 N8 N15 N22

CHARLESTON SOUTHERN (1-11, 0-4 Big South) at The Citadel at Wingate PRESBYTERIAN WEST VIRGINIA STATE TUSCULUM at VMI * at South Florida NORTH GREENVILLE LIBERTY * at Gardner-Webb * at James Madison COASTAL CAROLINA *

L, 10-64 L, 6-22 L, 14-17 W, 49-42 L, 7-58 L, 7-50 L, 7-55 L, 21-49 L, 6-17 L, 0-46 L, 7-45 L, 14-48

S6 S13 S20 S25 O4 O11 O25 N1 N8 N15 N22

COASTAL CAROLINA (6-5, 1-3 Big South) NEWBERRY MOREHEAD STATE at Jacksonville at North Greenville GARDNER-WEBB * CHARLESTON (WV) at Savannah State VMI * at Davidson at Liberty * at Charleston Southern *

W, 21-14 L, 6-31 L, 9-14 W, 49-39 L, 17-38 W, 47-0 W, 29-19 L, 10-19 W, 52-27 L, 21-38 W, 48-14

A30 S6 S13 S20 S27 O4 O11 O18 N1 N8 N15 N22

GARDNER-WEBB (8-4, 4-0 Big South) CLARK-ATLANTA at #15 Montana State WEBBER INTERNATIONAL CHATTANOOGA at #8 Furman at Coastal Carolina * LIBERTY * at VMI * at #17 Florida Atlantic CHARLESTON SOUTHERN * FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL (OT) at Western Carolina

W, 45-0 L, 3-38 W, 52-10 W, 23-13 L, 0-45 W, 38-17 W, 27-17 W, 37-25 L, 26-31 W, 46-0 W, 22-19 L, 16-39

A30 S6 S13 S20 S27 O4 O11 O18 N1 N8 N15 N22

LIBERTY (6-6, 3-1 Big South) at James Madison at Toledo at Bowling Green KENTUCKY WESLEYAN YOUNGSTOWN STATE VMI * at Gardner-Webb * at East Tennessee State at Charleston Southern * NORFOLK STATE COASTAL CAROLINA * HOFSTRA (OT)

L, 6-48 L, 3-49 L, 3-62 W, 47-7 L, 3-43 W, 31-28 L, 17-27 L, 23-33 W, 17-6 W, 69-21 W, 38-21 W, 49-42

Team x-Gardner-Webb Liberty VMI Coastal Carolina Charleston Southern

W 4 3 2 1 0

BIG SOUTH L PCT PF PA 0 1.000 148 59 1 .750 103 82 2 .500 122 85 3 .250 96 109 4 .000 27 161

W 8 6 6 6 1

OVERALL L PCT PF 4 .667 335 6 .500 306 6 .500 359 5 .545 309 11 .083 148

PA Home Road Neu Streak 254 6-0 2-4 0-0 L1 378 5-1 1-5 0-0 W4 257 4-2 2-3 0-1 L1 253 2-3 4-2 0-0 W1 513 1-5 0-6 0-0 L8

x - Big South Champions

Offensive Player of the Year Dre Barnes Liberty

Defensive Player of the Year Mario Williams Gardner-Webb

Freshman of the Year Jonna Lee Charleston Southern

Coach of the Year Steve Patton Gardner-Webb

Co-Scholar-Athlete of the Year Jim Maxwell Gardner-Webb

Co-Scholar-Athlete of the Year Matt Sharpe VMI

VMI (6-6, 2-2 Big South) A30 S6 S13 S20 S27 O4 O11 O18 O25 N1 N8 N15

at Navy at Davidson WILLIAM & MARY NORFOLK STATE GEORGETOWN at Liberty * CHARLESTON SOUTHERN * GARDNER-WEBB * at Richmond at Coastal Carolina * AUSTIN PEAY vs. The Citadel

L, 10-37 W, 31-9 L, 24-34 W, 34-9 W, 42-14 L, 28-31 W, 50-7 L, 25-37 L, 25-35 W, 19-10 W, 48-7 L, 23-27

Gardner-Webb - 2003 Big South Champions

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2004 STANDINGS & RESULTS CHARLESTON SOUTHERN (5-5, 1-3 Big South) S11 at Presbyterian L, 14-19 S18 at Jacksonville W, 38-3 S25 CHARLESTON (WV) W, 38-21 O2 VMI * W, 25-24 O9 at Howard L, 6-24 O23 NORTH GREENVILLE W, 55-6 O30 at Liberty * L, 6-34 N6 ALLEN W, 58-6 N13 GARDNER-WEBB * L, 0-18 N20 at #21 Coastal Carolina * L, 28-52 COASTAL CAROLINA (10-1, 4-0 Big South) S4 at Morehead State S11 DAVIDSON S18 at Newberry S25 NORTH GREENVILLE O9 CHARLESTON (WV) O16 at VMI * O23 LIBERTY * O30 at Gardner-Webb * N6 SAVANNAH STATE N13 JACKSONVILLE N20 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN *

W, 28-7 W, 31-24 L, 7-21 W, 58-7 W, 48-13 W, 21-14 W, 33-6 W, 31-19 W, 52-14 W, 48-23 W, 52-28

GARDNER-WEBB (5-6, 2-2 Big South) S4 at Tennessee Tech S11 at Morgan State S18 #4 FURMAN S25 #25 WESTERN CAROLINA (OT) O2 at Liberty * O9 at #25 Hampton O23 VMI * O30 COASTAL CAROLINA * N6 at #10 Wofford N13 at Charleston Southern * N20 SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA

L, 26-32 W, 56-49 L, 6-34 W, 26-20 L, 9-17 L, 25-48 W, 28-17 L, 19-31 L, 17-49 W, 18-0 W, 52-34

LIBERTY (6-5, 3-1 Big South) S4 WEST VIRGINIA TECH S11 at Kent State S18 #24 LEHIGH S25 at Youngstown State O2 GARDNER-WEBB * O9 #18 WILLIAM & MARY O23 at Coastal Carolina * O30 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN * N6 at VMI * N13 at Chattanooga N20 ELON

W, 55-17 L, 10-38 L, 16-38 L, 17-27 W, 17-9 L, 17-37 L, 6-33 W, 34-6 W, 38-17 W, 43-40 W, 27-17

Team x-Coastal Carolina Liberty Gardner-Webb Charleston Southern VMI

W 4 3 2 1 0

BIG SOUTH L PCT PF PA 0 1.000 137 67 1 .750 95 65 2 .500 74 65 3 .250 59 128 4 .000 72 112

W 10 6 5 5 0

OVERALL L PCT PF 1 .909 413 5 .545 280 6 .455 282 5 .500 268 11 .000 137

PA 176 275 335 212 327

at Ohio RICHMOND TENNESSEE TECH at William & Mary at Charleston Southern * at Georgetown COASTAL CAROLINA * at Gardner-Webb * at #9 James Madison LIBERTY * #10 WOFFORD

Road 3-1 2-3 2-4 1-4 0-6

Streak W8 W4 W2 L2 L11

x - Big South Champions

Offensive Player of the Year Patrick Hall Coastal Carolina

Defensive Player of the Year Harold Wells Gardner-Webb

Coach of the Year David Bennett Coastal Carolina

L, 14-42 L, 7-34 L, 10-16 L, 6-42 L, 24-25 L, 0-21 L, 14-21 L, 17-28 L, 10-41 L, 17-38 L, 18-19

Coastal Carolina - 2004 Big South Champions

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Freshman of the Year Jerome Simpson Coastal Carolina

Scholar-Athlete of the Year Adam DeGraffenreid Charleston Southern

VMI (0-11, 0-4 Big South) S4 S11 S18 S25 O2 O9 O16 O23 O30 N6 N20

Home 7-0 4-2 3-2 4-1 0-5


2005 STANDINGS & RESULTS CHARLESTON SOUTHERN (7-4, 3-1 Big South) S3 at The Citadel S10 PRESBYTERIAN S17 JACKSONVILLE S24 at North Greenville O1 HOWARD O8 at VMI * O15 WEST VIRGINIA WESLEYAN O22 SAVANNAH STATE N5 at Gardner-Webb * N12 LIBERTY * N19 #8 COASTAL CAROLINA * (2OT)

L, 14-28 L, 0-42 W, 16-10 W, 35-28 L, 22-27 L, 12-34 W, 63-42 W, 48-28 W, 38-7 W, 31-30 W, 34-27

Team x-Charleston Southern x-Coastal Carolina Gardner-Webb VMI Liberty

W 3 3 2 2 0

BIG SOUTH L PCT PF PA 1 .750 115 98 1 .750 126 100 2 .500 114 140 2 .500 110 112 4 .000 74 89

OVERALL W L PCT PF 7 4 .636 313 9 2 .818 338 5 6 .455 386 3 8 .273 230 1 10 .091 146

PA 303 220 367 319 348

Home 5-2 5-0 3-4 2-4 1-5

Road 2-2 4-2 2-2 1-4 0-5

Streak W5 L1 L1 L5 L10

x - Big South Co-Champions

COASTAL CAROLINA (9-2, 3-1 Big South) S3 S10 S17 S24 O1 O15 O22 O29 N5 N12 N19

at Elon #1 JAMES MADISON at Appalachian State DELAWARE STATE at #17 South Carolina State GARDNER-WEBB * (OT) at Liberty * (3OT) VMI * at Savannah State MANSFIELD at Charleston Southern * (2OT)

W, 17-10 W, 31-27 L, 3-30 W, 24-6 W, 24-23 W, 34-31 W, 27-21 W, 38-14 W, 42-16 W, 71-8 L, 27-34

Offensive Player of the Year Collin Drafts Charleston Southern

Defensive Player of the Year Jada Ross Charleston Southern

Freshman of the Year Zach Terrell Liberty

GARDNER-WEBB (5-6, 2-2 Big South) S3 S10 S24 O1 O8 O15 O22 O29 N5 N12 N19

UNION BELHAVEN TENNESSEE-MARTIN at #6 Furman #8 HAMPTON at #15 Coastal Carolina * (OT) at VMI * (3OT) LIBERTY * CHARLESTON SOUTHERN * at Savannah State WOFFORD

W, 65-12 W, 54-7 L, 28-31 L, 31-48 L, 21-52 L, 31-34 W, 55-52 W, 21-16 L, 7-38 W, 31-21 L, 42-56

LIBERTY (1-10, 0-4 Big South) S3 CONCORD S10 at Connecticut S17 YOUNGSTOWN STATE S24 at #16 William & Mary O1 VMI * O8 CHATTANOOGA O15 TOWSON O22 #14 COASTAL CAROLINA * (3OT) O29 at Gardner-Webb * N12 at Charleston Southern * N19 at Norfolk State

W, 17-6 L, 0-59 L, 0-42 L, 0-56 L, 7-10 L, 21-24 L, 17-38 L, 21-27 L, 16-21 L, 30-31 L, 17-34

VMI (3-8, 2-2 Big South) S3 DAVIDSON S10 #11 WILLIAM & MARY S17 at Duke S24 #10 LEHIGH O1 at Liberty * O8 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN * O15 at Wofford O22 GARDNER-WEBB * (3OT) O29 at #13 Coastal Carolina * N5 at #18 Richmond N19 THE CITADEL

W, 33-0 L, 7-41 L, 14-40 L, 26-28 W, 10-7 W, 34-12 L, 23-38 L, 52-55 L, 14-38 L, 3-38 L, 14-22

Coach of the Year Jay Mills Charleston Southern

Scholar-Athlete of the Year Adam DeGraffenreid Charleston Southern

Charleston Southern - 2005 Big South Co-Champions

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2006 STANDINGS & RESULTS S2 S9 S16 S30 O7 O14 O21 O28 N4 N11 N18

CHARLESTON SOUTHERN (9-2, 2-2 Big South) at Presbyterian at The Citadel (2OT) WINGATE NORTH GREENVILLE at Savannah State EDWARD WATERS VMI * GEORGETOWN GARDNER-WEBB * at Liberty * at #7 Coastal Carolina *

W, 21-13 W, 38-35 W, 20-17 W, 20-10 W, 38-13 W, 47-0 W, 27-22 W, 24-10 W, 28-14 L, 20-34 L, 17-31

Team x-Coastal Carolina Charleston Southern Gardner-Webb Liberty VMI

W 4 2 2 2 0

BIG SOUTH L PCT PF 0 1.000 142 2 .500 92 2 .500 100 2 .500 122 4 .000 112

PA 94 101 135 107 131

OVERALL W L PCT PF 9 3 .750 411 9 2 .818 300 6 5 .545 270 6 5 .545 259 1 10 .091 199

PA 297 199 329 172 433

Home 5-1 6-0 3-3 4-2 1-3

Road 4-2 3-2 3-2 2-3 0-7

Streak L1 L2 L3 W3 L10

x - Big South Champion

COASTAL CAROLINA (9-3, 4-0 Big South) S2 S9 S16 S23 S30 O7 O14 O28 N4 N11 N18 N25

ELON at Wofford at #17 Georgia Southern SOUTH CAROLINA STATE at Winston-Salem State #3 FURMAN at VMI * LIBERTY * SAVANNAH STATE at Gardner-Webb * #21 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN * at #1 Appalachian State $

L, 20-23 W, 41-38 L, 21-38 W, 33-14 W, 31-12 W, 29-27 W, 31-27 W, 28-26 W, 66-6 W, 52-24 W, 31-17 L, 28-45

S2 S9 S16 S23 S30 O14 O21 O28 N4 N11 N18

GARDNER-WEBB (6-5, 2-2 Big South) at Jacksonville TENNESSEE TECH at UT-Martin #2 APPALACHIAN STATE at Southeastern Louisiana GLENVILLE STATE at Liberty * VMI * at #18 Charleston Southern * #12 COASTAL CAROLINA * #20 WOFFORD

W, 49-14 W, 30-26 L, 9-35 L, 6-41 W, 28-21 W, 31-23 W, 27-24 W, 35-31 L, 14-28 L, 24-52 L, 17-34

A31 S9 S16 S23 S30 O14 O21 O28 N4 N11 N18

LIBERTY (6-5, 2-2 Big South) ST. PAUL’S GLENVILLE STATE at Towson at Savannah State at Wake Forest WILLIAM & MARY GARDNER-WEBB * at #17 Coastal Carolina * WESTERN CAROLINA #16 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN * at VMI *

W, 27-0 W, 31-7 L, 3-10 W, 28-0 L, 14-34 L, 13-14 L, 24-27 L, 26-28 W, 21-0 W, 34-20 W, 38-32

S2 S9 S16 S23 S30 O7 O14 O21 O28 N11 N18

VMI (1-10, 0-4 Big South) DAVIDSON at Norfolk State at #8 Richmond at William & Mary JAMES MADISON at Army #19 COASTAL CAROLINA * at #17 Charleston Southern * at Gardner-Webb * at The Citadel LIBERTY *

W, 20-19 L, 19-32 L, 7-58 L, 6-38 L, 7-45 L, 7-62 L, 27-31 L, 22-27 L, 31-35 L, 21-48 L, 32-38

Offensive Player of the Year Tyler Thigpen Coastal Carolina

Defensive Player of the Year Brian Johnston Gardner-Webb

Coach of the Year Danny Rocco Liberty

Scholar-Athlete of the Year Josh Hoke Coastal Carolina

Coastal Carolina - 2006 Big South Champions

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Freshman of the Year Tim Maypray VMI


2007 STANDINGS & RESULTS S1 S8 S15 S22 S29 O6 O20 O27 N3 N10 N17

CHARLESTON SOUTHERN (5-6, 1-3 Big South) at The Citadel at #12 Wofford JOHNSON C. SMITH at Hawaii (#18) at North Greenville SAVANNAH STATE LIBERTY * at Gardner-Webb * at VMI * PRESBYTERIAN COASTAL CAROLINA *

L, 14-35 L, 24-52 W, 44-20 L, 10-66 W, 46-33 W, 28-0 L, 10-50 L, 25-29 W, 37-28 W, 28-24 L, 2-41

S1 S8 S15 S22 O6 O13 O20 O27 N3 N10 N17

COASTAL CAROLINA (5-6, 3-1 Big South) at Delaware State WINSTON-SALEM STATE GEORGIA SOUTHERN at #8 James Madison at Furman CHOWAN PRESBYTERIAN (OT) VMI * at Liberty * GARDNER-WEBB * at Charleston Southern *

L, 18-23 W, 28-21 L, 34-42 L, 10-45 L, 17-27 W, 51-0 L, 34-41 W, 42-35 L, 24-37 W, 17-14 W, 41-2

Team x-Liberty Coastal Carolina Gardner-Webb Charleston Southern VMI

W 4 3 2 1 0

BIG SOUTH L PCT PF PA 0 1.000 191 68 1 .750 124 88 2 .500 79 95 3 .250 74 148 4 .000 119 188

W 8 5 5 5 2

OVERALL L PCT PF 3 .727 469 6 .455 316 6 .455 245 6 .455 268 9 .182 267

PA 245 287 278 378 461

Home 6-0 4-2 4-1 3-2 1-5

at Ohio JACKSONVILLE at Mississippi State AUSTIN PEAY at #5 Appalachian State at #8 Wofford at VMI * CHARLESTON SOUTHERN * SAVANNAH STATE at Coastal Carolina * LIBERTY *

L, 14-36 W, 27-6 L, 15-31 W, 20-13 L, 7-45 L, 17-52 W, 36-22 W, 29-25 W, 66-0 L, 14-17 L, 0-31

S1 S8 S15 S22 S29 O6 O20 O27 N3 N10 N17

LIBERTY (8-3, 4-0 Big South) TUSCULUM SHIPPENSBURG at William & Mary (2OT) at Elon ST. FRANCIS (Pa.) at Toledo at Charleston Southern * PRESBYTERIAN COASTAL CAROLINA * VMI * at Gardner-Webb *

W, 38-14 W, 35-14 L, 41-48 L, 14-42 W, 68-10 L, 34-35 W, 50-10 W, 48-14 W, 37-24 W, 73-34 W, 31-0

S1 S8 S15 S22 S29 O13 O20 O27 N3 N10 N17

VMI (2-9, 0-4 Big South) LOCK HAVEN WILLIAM & MARY at #7 James Madison at Lehigh at Robert Morris PRESBYTERIAN GARDNER-WEBB * at Coastal Carolina * CHARLESTON SOUTHERN * at Liberty * THE CITADEL

W, 20-0 L, 16-63 L, 17-45 L, 6-37 W, 40-13 L, 21-45 L, 22-36 L, 35-42 L, 28-37 L, 34-73 L, 28-70

Streak W5 W2 L2 L1 L6

x - Big South Champion

Offensive Player of the Year Rashad Jennings Liberty

Defensive Player of the Year Brian Johnston Gardner-Webb

Freshman of the Year Jeffery Williams Gardner-Webb

GARDNER-WEBB (5-6, 2-2 Big South) S1 S8 S22 S29 O6 O13 O20 O27 N3 N10 N17

Road 2-3 1-4 1-5 2-4 1-4

Coach of the Year Danny Rocco Liberty

Scholar-Athlete of the Year Nick Ellis Charleston Southern

Liberty - 2007 Big South Champions

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2008 STANDINGS & RESULTS Team x-Liberty Stony Brook Charleston Southern Gardner-Webb VMI Coastal Carolina Presbyterian **

W 5 3 3 2 1 1 --

BIG SOUTH L PCT PF 0 1.000 186 2 .600 121 2 .600 87 3 .400 106 4 .200 147 4 .200 105 -- ---

PA 74 136 93 126 163 160 --

W 10 5 7 5 4 6 4

OVERALL L PCT PF 2 .833 404 6 .455 274 5 .583 277 6 .455 267 7 .364 378 6 .500 267 8 .333 266

PA 224 289 268 261 369 289 416

Home 6-1 3-3 5-0 3-2 4-2 2-4 4-2

Road 4-1 4-6 2-5 2-4 0-5 4-2 0-6

Streak W3 W2 W4 L2 W1 L1 L3

x - Big South Champion ** - Presbyterian College was not eligible for the Big South football championship

Offensive Player of the Year Rashad Jennings Liberty

Defensive Player of the Year Jeffery Williams Gardner-Webb

A28 S6 S13 S27 O4 O11 O18 O25 N1 N8 N15 N22

CHARLESTON SOUTHERN (7-5, 3-2 Big South) at Miami (Fla.) at #13 Wofford at Miami (Ohio) NORTH GREENVILLE GARDNER-WEBB * at Savannah State at Stony Brook * at #20 Liberty * VMI * PRESBYTERIAN EDWARD WATERS at Coastal Carolina *

A30 S7 S13 S20 S27 O4 O11 O18 O25 N8 N15 N22

COASTAL CAROLINA (6-6, 1-4 Big South) at Penn State (#22) COLGATE at Monmouth TOWSON at North Carolina A&T #20 LIBERTY * at VMI * NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL STONY BROOK * at Gardner-Webb * at Presbyterian CHARLESTON SOUTHERN *

L, 10-66 L, 19-23 W, 26-7 W, 31-3 W, 20-7 L, 38-43 L, 20-47 W, 35-10 L, 24-28 W, 23-18 W, 21-13 L, 0-24

A28 S6 S13 S27 O4 O11 O18 O25 N1 N8 N15

GARDNER-WEBB (5-6, 2-3 Big South) at Tennessee Tech TUSCULUM at Austin Peay SAM HOUSTON STATE at Charleston Southern * at Georgia Tech PRESBYTERIAN VMI * at Stony Brook * COASTAL CAROLINA * at #22 Liberty *

L, 12-28 W, 31-12 W, 31-15 L, 33-49 L, 10-13 L, 7-10 W, 47-21 W, 34-27 W, 34-33 L, 18-23 L, 10-30

L, 7-52 L, 23-41 L, 27-38 W, 27-0 W, 13-10 W, 29-20 L, 19-20 L, 0-42 W, 31-21 W, 29-18 W, 48-6 W, 24-0

Liberty - 2008 Big South Champions

Coach of the Year Danny Rocco Liberty

A30 S6 S13 S27 O4 O11 O18 O25 N1 N8 N15 N22

LIBERTY (10-2, 5-0 Big South) NORTH GREENVILLE GLENVILLE STATE at Western Carolina at #23 Youngstown State at Coastal Carolina * STONY BROOK * LAFAYETTE CHARLESTON SOUTHERN * at Presbyterian at VMI * GARDNER-WEBB * #12 ELON

A30 S6 S13 S20 S27 O4 O11 O18 N1 N8 N15 N22

PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE (4-8) at #13 Wofford FAYETTEVILLE STATE at #18 Elon WESTERN CAROLINA at #3 Appalachian State NORTH GREENVILLE NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL at Gardner-Webb #17 LIBERTY at Charleston Southern COASTAL CAROLINA at VMI

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Freshman of the Year Edwin Gowins Stony Brook

W, 49-10 W, 44-27 W, 19-16 W, 31-28 W, 43-38 W, 33-0 L, 21-35 W, 42-0 L, 28-31 W, 38-26 W, 30-10 W, 26-3

L, W, L, L, L, W, W, L, W, L, L, L,

21-38 38-28 12-66 21-23 14-48 22-15 28-24 21-47 31-28 18-29 13-21 27-49

Scholar-Athlete of the Year Jacob Rochester VMI

A30 S6 S13 S20 S26 O11 O18 O25 N1 N8 N15

STONY BROOK (5-6, 3-2 Big South) COLGATE #17 ELON at Maine at Brown HOFSTRA at #15 Liberty * CHARLESTON SOUTHERN * at Coastal Carolina * GARDNER-WEBB * at Iona VMI *

W, 42-26 L, 20-30 L, 13-28 L, 7-17 L, 3-43 L, 0-33 W, 20-19 W, 28-24 L, 33-34 W, 68-9 W, 40-26

S6 S13 S20 S27 O4 O11 O25 N1 N8 N15 N22

VMI (4-7, 1-4 Big South) ST. FRANCIS (Pa.) at William & Mary CHOWAN at Ohio #6 RICHMOND COASTAL CAROLINA * at Gardner-Webb * at Charleston Southern * #25 LIBERTY * at Stony Brook * PRESBYTERIAN

W, 49-0 L, 17-52 W, 69-20 L, 31-51 L, 16-56 W, 47-20 L, 27-34 L, 21-31 L, 26-38 L, 26-40 W, 49-27


COASTAL CAROLINA - THE BIG SOUTH’S FIRST PLAYOFF TEAM The 2006 season set another new standard for the Big South Conference and the Coastal Carolina football program. However by the end, the Chanticleers had made more than just history in just their fourth year of play and the Conference’s fifth season of football. Ranked in the top 25 of all three major national polls, Coastal Carolina opened the season against Southern Conference foe Elon for the second straight year, though this time at home. The Chanticleers carried a 12-game home win streak into the contest but a slow start to the year ensued, as Coastal Carolina dropped the opener, 23-20 to the Phoenix. The second of three consecutive SoCon opponents was next, as Coastal Carolina made its first-ever trip to Spartanburg to take on Wofford. A big third quarter rally sparked the Chants and a touchdown in the final minute of play gave Coastal Carolina a dramatic 41-38 victory over the Terriers. Back on the road for the second straight week, Coastal Carolina traveled to No. 24 Georgia Southern for a televised night contest. The Eagles came into the contest off a loss and inspired by the passing of their former legendary coach Erk Russell, and handed the visiting Chanticleers the 3821 defeat. The Chants rebounded with solid performances in wins over in-state rival South Carolina State and at Winston-Salem State. The wins got Coastal Carolina back above .500 at 3-2, setting up another classic at Brooks Stadium. No. 3 Furman was next welcomed to Conway, and both teams arrived for a battle. The game went back and forth, with Furman taking the lead 27-21 on a fourth-quarter touchdown. However, the point after attempt was blocked and returned by the Chanticleers for two points to cut the margin to 27-23. Coastal Carolina then marched the football down the field for the game-winning score and held on for a 29-27 win. Moving back into the top 25, the Chanticleers had a pair of challenges to open Big South Conference play. A last minute drive gave Coastal Carolina a 31-27 win at VMI, followed by another fourth-quarter comeback in a 28-26 victory over Liberty. Coastal Carolina handled Savannah State for Homecoming to move to 7-2 on the year heading into the final two League contests. Gardner-Webb was next on the schedule, and the Chants were up to the task, handling the host Bulldogs for a 52-24 win on Big South TV. The “Battle of the Beach” wrapped up the regular season, as Charleston Southern looked to play the spoiler again for Coastal Carolina’s bid for the playoffs. However this time, the Chants made it count down the stretch, posting a 31- 17 win to run their record to 9-2. When the bids came out for the 16-team NCAA Division I Football Championship, Coastal Carolina and the Big South Conference heard their name called, making the Chanticleers the third-fastest team in FCS history to qualify for the playoffs. However, the challenge was daunting for the upstarts, as defending National Champion Appalachian State would play host to the No. 12-ranked Chants for the first round. Similar to their meeting in 2005, the Mountaineers jumped on top early in the first half to a 31-0 halftime lead. Coastal Carolina battled back and eventually scored more points than any ASU opponent in 2006, but fell short in a 45-28 loss. Coastal Carolina set 11 Big South Conference records during the 2006 season, and had 12 players earn All-Big South honors, including Offensive Player of the Year TYLER THIGPEN. The Chanticleers also had seven players honored on All-American squads, again led by Thigpen on the Associated Press’ First Team. Graduating 36 senior letterwinners, the final recognition came from the NFL, as Thigpen became the first player ever drafted from the Big South Conference. The 2006 Coastal Carolina Chanticleers produced three more NFL players in QUINTON TEAL (signed by Carolina in 2007), JEROME SIMPSON (drafted by Cincinnati in 2008) and MIKE TOLBERT (signed by San Diego in 2008). In addition, Coastal Carolina’s 2006 football season was voted one of the Big South Conference’s 25 “Best of the Best Moments” as part of the League’s 25th Anniversary celebration in 2008-09.

#12 COASTAL CAROLINA vs. #1 APPALACHIAN STATE NCAA Division I Playoffs First Round Nov. 25, 2006 Kidd Brewer Stadium - Boone, N.C. Attendance: 16,223 Score by Quarters Coastal Carolina Appalachian State

1 0 17

2 0 14

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 12:36 ASU Caldwell 13-yd pass from Edwards (Rauch kick) 7:26 ASU Rauch 33-yd field goal 4:42

ASU

2nd Quarter 12:24 ASU 0:15

ASU

3rd Quarter 11:50 CCU 4:52

CCU

1:27

ASU

4th Quarter 12:28 CCU 1:12

ASU

0:20

CCU

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Wilson 29-yd pass from Edwards (Rauch kick)

3 13 7

4 15 7

Score 28 45

CCU-ASU 0-7 7-80, 2:17 TOP 0-10 9-48, 2:56 TOP 0-17 3-43, 1:19 TOP

Richardson 6-yd run (Rauch kick) Courman 36-yd pass from Edwards (Rauch kick)

0-24 10-68, 4:04 TOP 0-31 5-66, 0:41 TOP

Thigpen 1-yd run (Hoke kick) Simpson 14-yd pass from Thigpen (Thigpen pass failed) Edwards 15-yd run (Rauch kick)

7-31 8-82, 2:58 TOP 13-31 7-77, 2:19 TOP 13-38 8-70, 3:11 TOP

Parks 9-yd pass from Thigpen (Hoke kick) Edwards 1-yd run (Rauch kick) Simpson 36-yd pass from Thigpen (Perkins rush)

20-38 11-80, 3:49 TOP 20-45 9-66, 5:23 TOP 28-45 5-71, 0:41 TOP


BIG SOUTH COACHING HISTORY/ANNUAL TEAM WON-LOSS RECORDS BIG SOUTH FOOTBALL COACHING HISTORY

BIG SOUTH FOOTBALL TEAM-BY-TEAM ANNUAL RECORDS

(Records listed are based on years as an ofďŹ cial Conference opponent only) COACH, SCHOOL YEARS BIG SOUTH (PCT) OVERALL (PCT) Steve Patton, Gardner-Webb 8 20-14 (.588) 49-39 (.557) David Bennett, Coastal Carolina 7 19-12 (.613) 50-29 (.633) Danny Rocco, Liberty 4 16-3 (.842) 32-13 (.711) Jay Mills, Charleston Southern 7 14-17 (.452) 40-38 (.513) Chuck Priore, Stony Brook 2 8-3 (.727) 11-11 (.500) Ken Karcher, Liberty 4 7-8 (.467) 15-30 (.333) Cal McCombs, VMI 3 4-8 (.333) 9-25 (.265) Al Seagraves, Elon 1 2-1 (.667) 4-7 (.364) Sparky Woods, VMI 2 2-9 (.182) 6-16 (.273) David Dowd, Charleston Southern 1 0-3 (.000) 4-8 (.333) Harold Nichols, Presbyterian 1 0-6 (.000) 0-11 (.000) Jim Reid, VMI 2 0-8 (.000) 3-19 (.136)

GARDNER-WEBB YEAR 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 TOTALS

Big South W L PCT 3 0 1.000 4 0 1.000 2 2 .500 2 2 .500 2 2 .500 2 2 .500 2 3 .400 3 3 .500 20 14 .588

YEAR 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 TOTALS

Big South W L PCT 1 2 .333 3 1 .750 3 1 .750 0 4 .000 2 2 .500 4 0 1.000 5 0 1.000 5 1 .833 23 11 .676

YEAR 2007 2008 2009 TOTALS

Big South W L PCT -- ---- --0 6 .000 0 6 .000

20032002200320062002-05 20082003-05 20082002 2002 2006-07

YEAR 2008 2009 TOTALS

Big South W L PCT 3 2 .600 5 1 .833 8 3 .727

YEAR 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 TOTALS

Big South W L PCT 2 2 .500 0 4 .000 2 2 .500 0 4 .000 0 4 .000 1 4 .200 1 5 .167 6 25 .194

BIG SOUTH FOOTBALL TEAM-BY-TEAM ANNUAL RECORDS CHARLESTON SOUTHERN

YEAR 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 TOTALS

Big South W L PCT 1 3 .250 4 0 1.000 3 1 .750 4 0 1.000 3 1 .750 1 4 .200 3 3 .500 19 12 .613

COACH Steve Patton Steve Patton Steve Patton Steve Patton Steve Patton Steve Patton Steve Patton Steve Patton

W 2 6 6 1 6 8 10 8 47

Overall L PCT 9 .182 6 .500 5 .545 10 .091 5 .545 3 .727 2 .833 3 .727 43 .522

COACH Ken Karcher Ken Karcher Ken Karcher Ken Karcher Danny Rocco Danny Rocco Danny Rocco Danny Rocco

PRESBYTERIAN

active coaches in bold italics

YEAR 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 TOTALS

Overall L PCT 1 .900 4 .667 6 .455 6 .455 5 .545 6 .455 6 .455 5 .545 39 .557

LIBERTY

OVERALL COACHING WINS 50 David Bennett, Coastal Carolina 49 Steven Patton, Gardner-Webb 40 Jay Mills, Charleston Southern 32 Danny Rocco, Liberty 15 Ken Karcher, Liberty 11 Chuck Priore, Stony Brook 9 Cal McCombs, VMI 6 Sparky Woods, VMI 4 Al Seagraves, Elon 4 David Dowd, Charleston Southern 3 Jim Reid, VMI

Big South W L PCT 0 3 .000 0 4 .000 1 3 .250 3 1 .750 2 2 .500 1 3 .250 3 2 .600 4 2 .667 14 20 .412

W 9 8 5 5 6 5 5 6 49

W 4 1 5 7 9 5 7 6 44

Overall L PCT 8 .333 11 .083 5 .500 4 .636 2 .818 6 .455 5 .583 5 .545 46 .489

COACH David Dowd Jay Mills Jay Mills Jay Mills Jay Mills Jay Mills Jay Mills Jay Mills

COASTAL CAROLINA W 6 10 9 9 5 6 5 50

Overall L PCT 5 .545 1 .909 2 .818 3 .750 6 .455 6 .500 6 .455 29 .633

COACH David Bennett David Bennett David Bennett David Bennett David Bennett David Bennett David Bennett

W 6 4 0 10

Overall L PCT 5 .545 8 .333 11 .000 24 .294

COACH Bobby Bentley Bobby Bentley Harold Nichols

STONY BROOK W 5 6 11

Overall L PCT 6 .455 5 .545 11 .500

COACH Chuck Priore Chuck Priore

VMI

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W 6 0 3 1 2 4 2 18

Overall L PCT 6 .500 11 .000 8 .273 10 .091 9 .182 7 .364 9 .182 60 .231

COACH Cal McCombs Cal McCombs Cal McCombs Jim Reid Jim Reid Sparky Woods Sparky Woods


ALL-TIME ALL-CONFERENCE TEAMS 2002 QB RB RB WR WR TE OG OG OT OT C

ALL-CONFERENCE FIRST-TEAM OFFENSE Jeremy Martin, Sr., Gardner-Webb Chris Foster, Jr., Gardner-Webb Dre Barnes, Soph., Liberty Aaron Dunklin, Jr., Charleston Southern William Andrews Jr., Jr., Gardner-Webb Jason Bright, Sr., Gardner-Webb Josh Rowan, Sr., Elon Jamie Pridgen, Jr., Gardner-Webb Ross Gravley, Sr., Elon Ryan Smith, Soph., Gardner-Webb Donovan Craft, Sr., Gardner-Webb

DL DL DL DL LB LB LB S S CB CB

DEFENSE John Amaro, Sr., Charleston Southern Wesley Wheeler, Jr., Elon Jason Threat, Jr., Gardner-Webb Aaron DeBerry, Jr., Liberty Mike Warren, R-Soph., Elon Jim Maxwell, Jr., Gardner-Webb Kendrick Howard, Jr., Liberty Mario Williams, Soph., Gardner-Webb Andre Jerry, Sr., Liberty Mike Washington, Sr., Charleston Southern Lamar Ingram, Sr., Gardner-Webb

K P RS

SPECIAL TEAMS Andrew Harmon, Jr., Gardner-Webb Graham Whitlock, Soph., Gardner-Webb Mike Washington, Sr., Charleston Southern

ALL-CONFERENCE SECOND-TEAM OFFENSE QB Darren Swiggert, Jr., Charleston Southern RB Martin Swindell, Sr., Elon RB Rashaud Palmer, Jr., Elon WR Arketa Banks, Sr., Elon WR Jahmelas Bryan, Jr., Gardner-Webb TE Phillip Johnson, Sr., Elon OG Bryce Gregory, R-Soph., Charleston Southern OG James Allen, Sr., Gardner-Webb OT Will Pulman, Jr., Charleston Southern OT Tate Campbell, Sr., Gardner-Webb C Brandon Mason, R-Soph., Elon

DL DL DL DL LB LB LB S S CB CB

DEFENSE Jonathan West, Jr., Charleston Southern Chris Bell, R-Soph., Elon Harold Wells, Soph., Gardner-Webb Gary Gamble, Sr., Gardner-Webb Bowe Butler, Soph., Charleston Southern Calvin Sutton, R-Soph., Elon Keppy Baucom, Fr., Gardner-Webb Nick Nester, Sr., Charleston Southern Vincent Graves, R-Soph., Elon Stephen McCoy, Jr., Elon Josh Hubbard, Fr., Gardner-Webb

K P RS

SPECIAL TEAMS Anthony Turowski, Soph., Elon Jay Kelley, Sr., Liberty Arketa Banks, Sr., Elon

2003 ALL-CONFERENCE FIRST-TEAM OFFENSE QB Nick Roberts, Soph., Gardner-Webb RB Dre Barnes, Jr., Liberty RB Sean Mizzer, Soph., VMI WR William Andrews, Jr., Sr., Gardner-Webb WR Aaron Dunklin, Sr., Charleston Southern WR Lauren Williams, R-Soph., Liberty TE Danny McCoy, Sr., Charleston Southern OL Jamie Pridgen, Sr., Gardner-Webb OL Ryan Smith, Jr., Gardner-Webb OL Sam Brown, Sr., VMI OL Tom Smith, Jr., Liberty OL Clarence Wright, Sr., Charleston Southern

DL DL DL DL LB LB LB LB DB DB DB DB

DEFENSE Aaron DeBerry, Sr., Liberty Vichael Foxx, Jr., VMI Jason Threat, Sr., Gardner-Webb Harold Wells, Jr., Gardner-Webb Jim Maxwell, Sr., Gardner-Webb Derik Screen, Sr., VMI Maurice Simpkins, Jr., Coastal Carolina Jonna Lee, Fr., Charleston Southern Mario Williams, Jr., Gardner-Webb Musa Sarki, Sr., VMI Aaron Sykes, Sr., Gardner-Webb C.J. Moore, R-Soph., Liberty

K P RS LS

SPECIAL TEAMS Matt Sharpe, Sr., VMI Graham Whitlock, Jr., Gardner-Webb Greg Williamson, Jr., Coastal Carolina Marlon Roman, Jr., Liberty

ALL-CONFERENCE SECOND-TEAM OFFENSE QB Jonathan Wilson, R-Fr., VMI RB Chris Foster, Sr., Gardner-Webb RB Aundres Perkins, Soph., Coastal Carolina WR Zohn Burden, Soph., VMI WR Darin Bradford, Sr., Gardner-Webb WR Austin Gaines, Fr., Gardner-Webb TE Stephen Knorr, Jr., Gardner-Webb OL Sean Boyle, Jr., Liberty OL Antwon Trice, R-Soph., Coastal Carolina OL Andy Sullivan, Soph., Gardner-Webb OL Bryce Gregory, Jr., Charleston Southern OL Nick Johnson, R-Jr., Coastal Carolina

2004 QB RB RB WR WR WR WR TE OL OL OL OL OL

ALL-CONFERENCE FIRST-TEAM OFFENSE Collin Drafts, Soph., Charleston Southern Patrick Hall, Jr., Coastal Carolina Sam Gado, Sr., Liberty Eddie Gadson, R-Fr., Charleston Southern Harry Seabrook, Sr., Charleston Southern Kory Alston, Soph., Gardner-Webb Zohn Burden, Jr., VMI Brandon Jeffcoat, Sr., Coastal Carolina Antwon Trice, R-Jr., Coastal Carolina Nick Johnson, Sr., Coastal Carolina Ryan Smith, Sr., Gardner-Webb Sean Boyle, Sr., Liberty Thomas Smith, Sr., Liberty

DL DL DL DL LB LB LB LB DB DB DB DB

DEFENSE Kelvin McIver, Jr., Coastal Carolina Harold Wells, Sr., Gardner-Webb Seth Reichert, Sr., Liberty Brandon Schweitzer, Jr., Gardner-Webb Maurice Simpkins, Jr., Coastal Carolina Keppy Baucom, Jr., Gardner-Webb Nick Vaughn, R-Sr., Liberty Justin Huggard, Jr., VMI Robert Mason, Jr., VMI Quinton Teal, Jr., Coastal Carolina Allen Davis, Sr., Gardner-Webb Mario Williams, Sr., Gardner-Webb

K P RS LS

SPECIAL TEAMS Josh Hoke, Soph., Coastal Carolina Graham Whitlock, Sr., Gardner-Webb Ralphell Goodson, Sr., Gardner-Webb Ross Booth, Sr., VMI

ALL-CONFERENCE SECOND-TEAM OFFENSE QB Nick Roberts, Jr., Gardner-Webb RB Dre Barnes, Sr., Liberty RB Sean Mizzer, Jr., VMI WR Jerome Simpson, Fr., Coastal Carolina WR Maurice Price, Fr., Charleston Southern WR Aaron Richardson, Soph., Gardner-Webb WR Vonzell Pittman, Soph., Gardner-Webb TE Stephan Knorr, Sr., Gardner-Webb OL Jonathan Parra, Sr., Charleston Southern OL Brad Poston, Soph., Coastal Carolina OL C.J. Brown, Jr., Gardner-Webb OL Markus Ferguson, R-Jr., Liberty OL Jeremy Ward, Jr., VMI

DL DL DL DL LB LB LB LB DB DB DB DB DB

DEFENSE Seth Reichart, Jr., Liberty Adrain Grady, Fr., Coastal Carolina Rayshun Crosby, Jr., Coastal Carolina Bryan Thornburg, Soph., Gardner-Webb Nick Vaughn, R-Jr., Liberty Keppy Baucom, Soph., Gardner-Webb Bowe Butler, Jr., Charleston Southern Tavoris Horton, Jr., Gardner-Webb Tim Smith, Sr., Charleston Southern Kijana Thomas, Jr., Charleston Southern Robert Mason, Soph., VMI Greg Williamson, Jr., Coastal Carolina Jensen Turner, Jr., Gardner-Webb

DL DL DL DL LB LB LB LB DB DB DB DB

DEFENSE Adam DeGraffenreid, Jr., Charleston So. Adrain Grady, Soph., Coastal Carolina Sam Harper, Soph., Coastal Carolina Bryan Thornburg, Sr., Gardner-Webb Bowe Butler, Sr., Charleston Southern Jada Ross, R-Fr., Charleston Southern Tavoris Horton, Sr., Gardner-Webb Todd Baldwin, Jr., VMI Tavares Shorter, Jr., Charleston Southern Greg Williamson, Sr., Coastal Carolina C.J. Moore, R-Jr., Liberty Erick Harris, Sr., Liberty

K P RS LS

SPECIAL TEAMS Hunter Smith, Fr., Gardner-Webb Adam Peters, Fr., VMI Kijana Thomas, Jr., Charleston Southern Sam Brown, Sr., VMI

K P RS LS

SPECIAL TEAMS Hunter Smith, Soph., Gardner-Webb Noah Crouch, R-Jr., Liberty David Parker, Soph., Coastal Carolina Jake Neal, Sr., Gardner-Webb

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ALL-TIME ALL-CONFERENCE TEAMS 2005 ALL-CONFERENCE FIRST-TEAM OFFENSE QB Collin Drafts, Jr., Charleston Southern RB Andre Copeland, R-Fr., Charleston Southern RB Jermaine Boston, Sr., Gardner-Webb RB Zach Terrell, Fr., Liberty WR Maurice Price, Soph., Charleston Southern WR Duvaughn Flagler, Soph., Gardner-Webb WR Zohn Burden, Sr., VMI TE Bryan Meers, Sr., Charleston Southern OL Antwon Trice, Sr., Coastal Carolina OL DeAndre Harrison, Sr., Charleston Southern OL Jeremy Ward, R-Sr., VMI OL Shawn Huntsinger, Sr., Charleston Southern OL Brad Poston, Jr., Coastal Carolina OL Demario Deese, Fr., Gardner-Webb DL DL DL DL LB LB LB LB DB DB DB DB

DEFENSE Kelvin McIver, Sr., Coastal Carolina Brian Johnston, Soph., Gardner-Webb Vicheal Foxx, R-Sr., VMI Jason Horn, Jr., Liberty Jada Ross, R-Soph., Charleston Southern Justin Huggard, Sr., VMI Maurice Simpkins, Sr., Coastal Carolina Jamar Leath, Jr., Coastal Carolina Quinton Teal, Sr., Coastal Carolina Robert Mason, Sr., VMI Tavares Shorter, R-Sr., Charleston Southern Daniel Cooke, Fr., Gardner-Webb

PK P LS RS

SPECIAL TEAMS Josh Hoke, Jr., Coastal Carolina Noah Crouch, R-Sr., Liberty Matt Skeen, Jr., Gardner-Webb Kory Alston, Jr., Gardner-Webb

ALL-CONFERENCE SECOND-TEAM OFFENSE QB Nick Roberts, Sr., Gardner-Webb RB Patrick Hall, Sr., Coastal Carolina RB Aundres Perkins, Jr., Coastal Carolina WR Jerome Simpson, Soph., Coastal Carolina WR Brandon Turner, Soph., Liberty WR Kory Alston, Jr., Gardner-Webb TE Chris Luck, R-Soph., Liberty OL Troy James, Soph., Charleston Southern OL Kris King, Jr., Gardner-Webb OL Andy Sullivan, Sr., Gardner-Webb OL Robbie Wright, Sr., Coastal Carolina OL Brian Kepple, Jr., Coastal Carolina DL DL DL DL LB LB LB LB DB DB DB DB

DEFENSE Adrain Grady, Jr., Coastal Carolina Adam DeGraffenreid, Sr., Charleston So. Brandon Schweitzer, Sr., Gardner-Webb Eric Hall, Jr., VMI Manny Rojas, R-Jr., Liberty Todd Baldwin, Sr., VMI Jonathan Little, Sr., Gardner-Webb Josh Mitchell, Soph., Charleston Southern Patrick Calvary, Fr., Liberty Sergio Geiger, Jr., Coastal Carolina C.J. Hirschman, Soph., Charleston Southern Xavier Wallace, Fr., Gardner-Webb

PK P LS LS RS

SPECIAL TEAMS Hunter Smith, Jr., Gardner-Webb Michael Hanna, Fr., Gardner-Webb Darius Jackson, R-Soph., Charleston Southern Zach St. Clair, Jr., Coastal Carolina Tavares Shorter, R-Sr., Charleston Southern

2006 ALL-CONFERENCE FIRST-TEAM OFFENSE QB Tyler Thigpen, Sr., Coastal Carolina RB Rashad Jennings, R-Soph., Liberty RB Sean Mizzer, R-Sr., VMI WR Maurice Price, Jr., Charleston Southern WR Jerome Simpson, Jr., Coastal Carolina WR Duvaughn Flagler, Jr., Gardner-Webb TE Rodney Burgess, Sr., Coastal Carolina OL Brad Poston, Sr., Coastal Carolina OL Brian Kepple, Sr., Coastal Carolina OL Demario Deese, Soph., Gardner-Webb OL Steve Sene, Sr., Liberty OL Kris King, Sr., Gardner-Webb

DL DL DL DL LB LB LB LB DB DB DB DB

DEFENSE Brian Johnston, Jr., Gardner-Webb Sam Harper, Sr., Coastal Carolina Dennis Justiniani, Jr., Charleston Southern Eric Hall, Sr., VMI Jada Ross, R-Jr., Charleston Southern Jamar Leath, Sr., Coastal Carolina Manny Rojas, R-Sr., Liberty Mario E. Brown, Soph., Gardner-Webb Quinton Teal, Sr., Coastal Carolina C.J. Hirschman, Jr., Charleston Southern Daniel Cooke, Soph., Gardner-Webb Jamaal Walton, Sr., VMI

PK P LS RS

SPECIAL TEAMS Hunter Smith, Sr., Gardner-Webb Michael Hanna, Soph., Gardner-Webb James Coble, Sr., Coastal Carolina Wynton Jackson, Jr., Liberty

2007 ALL-CONFERENCE FIRST-TEAM OFFENSE QB Brock Smith, Jr., Liberty RB Rashad Jennings, R-Jr., Liberty RB Mike Tolbert, Sr., Coastal Carolina WR Jerome Simpson, Sr., Coastal Carolina WR Duvaughn Flagler, Sr., Gardner-Webb WR Dee Brown, Jr., Charleston Southern TE Chris Luck, R-Sr., Liberty OL Stephen Sene, R-Sr., Liberty OL Eddie Pinigis, Sr., Liberty OL Marshall Ausberry, R-Sr., Liberty OL Demario Deese, Jr., Gardner-Webb OL Britt Leggett, R-Jr., Coastal Carolina

DL DL DL DL LB LB LB LB DB DB DB DB

DEFENSE Brian Johnston, Sr., Gardner-Webb Steve Ackley, Sr., Liberty Tommy Lloyd, R-Sr., VMI Adrain Grady, R-Sr., Coastal Carolina Jada Ross, R-Sr., Charleston Southern Vince Redd, R-Sr., Liberty Mario Brown, Jr., Gardner-Webb Stevie Ray Lloyd, Sr., Liberty Marrio Norman, R-Jr., Coastal Carolina Patrick Calvary, Jr., Liberty Brandon Autry, R-Soph., Coastal Carolina Cedric McGowan, Soph., Gardner-Webb

PK P LS KR PR

SPECIAL TEAMS Noah Greenbaum, Sr., Liberty Michael Hanna, Jr., Gardner-Webb Dan Pope, R-Jr., Liberty Tim Maypray, Jr., VMI Wynton Jackson, R-Sr., Liberty

ALL-CONFERENCE SECOND-TEAM OFFENSE QB Collin Drafts, Sr., Charleston Southern RB Zach Terrell, Soph., Liberty RB Aundres Perkins, Sr., Coastal Carolina WR Austin Gaines, Sr., Gardner-Webb WR Kory Alston, Sr., Gardner-Webb WR Brandon Turner, Jr., Liberty TE Chris Luck, Jr., Liberty OL Ricky Howell, Jr., Charleston Southern OL Robert Brown, Jr., VMI OL Ed Pinigis, Jr., Liberty OL Jarrett Winfrey, Sr., Liberty OL Alex Bragg, R-Soph., Charleston Southern

QB RB RB WR WR WR TE OL OL OL OL OL

DL DL DL DL LB LB LB LB DB DB DB DB

DEFENSE Thurston Lee, Sr., Gardner-Webb Steve Ackley, Jr., Liberty Jason Horn, Sr., Liberty Ronnie Mason, Soph., Coastal Carolina Stevie Ray Lloyd, Jr., Liberty Josh Mitchell, Jr., Charleston Southern Jonna Lee, Jr., Charleston Southern Mike Pavelko, Soph., Gardner-Webb Dewitt Myers, Sr., Coastal Carolina E.L. Estes, Jr., Liberty Ryan Greiser, Soph., Liberty Okeba Rollinson, R-Soph., Charleston So.

DL DL DL DL LB LB LB LB DB DB DB DB

DEFENSE Dennis Justiniani, Sr., Charleston Southern Colin Dugan, Jr., Liberty Phillip Oboh, Soph., Coastal Carolina Jacob Killeen, R-Jr., Charleston Southern Jeffery Williams, Fr., Gardner-Webb Anthony Steele, Sr., Coastal Carolina Nick Hursky, Jr., Liberty D.J. Rice, Jr., Coastal Carolina Whittmin Reese, Jr., Coastal Carolina Ryan Greiser, Jr., Liberty Daniel Cooke, Jr., Gardner-Webb Okeba Rollinson, R-Jr., Charleston Southern

PK P LS RS

SPECIAL TEAMS Barrett Way, Jr., VMI Adam Peters, Sr., VMI Matt Skeen, Sr., Gardner-Webb C.J. Hirschman, Jr., Charleston Southern

PK P LS KR PR

SPECIAL TEAMS Nick Ellis, Sr., Charleston Southern Zac Kolegue, Sr., Liberty Matt Hoisington, Sr., Charleston Southern Dominic Bolden, Jr., Liberty Dobson Collins, Jr., Gardner-Webb

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ALL-CONFERENCE SECOND-TEAM OFFENSE Kyle Hughes, Soph., VMI Zach Terrell, Jr., Liberty Howard Abegesah, Soph., VMI Wynton Jackson, R-Sr., Liberty Tim Maypray, Soph., VMI Dobson Collins, Jr., Gardner-Webb Ryan Ard, Jr., Charleston Southern Robert Brown, Sr., VMI Ricky Howell, Sr., Charleston Southern Ivan Anderson, Sr., Gardner-Webb Mike Godsil, Jr., Liberty Britt Stone, R-Jr., Liberty


ALL-TIME ALL-CONFERENCE TEAMS, ALL-ACADEMIC TEAMS 2008 ALL-CONFERENCE FIRST-TEAM OFFENSE QB Brock Smith, Sr., Liberty RB Rashad Jennings, R-Sr., Liberty RB Edwin Gowins, Fr., Stony Brook WR Dobson Collins, Sr., Gardner-Webb WR Dominic Bolden, Sr., Liberty WR Gerald Stevenson, Soph., Charleston So. TE Josh Miller, Soph., Gardner-Webb OL Mike Godsil, Sr., Liberty OL Demario Deese, Sr., Gardner-Webb OL Britt Leggett, R-Sr., Coastal Carolina OL Steve Council, Sr., Stony Brook OL Britt Stone, R-Sr., Liberty

2009 ALL-CONFERENCE FIRST-TEAM OFFENSE QB Stan Doolittle, Sr., Gardner-Webb RB Edwin Gowins, Soph., Stony Brook RB Conte Cuttino, Sr., Stony Brook WR Mike Brown, R-Soph., Liberty WR Gerald Stevenson, Jr., Charleston Southern WR James Perry III, R-Soph., Gardner-Webb TE David Duran, R-Soph., Coastal Carolina OL Bryan Mosier, R-Sr., Liberty OL Paul Fenaroli, Jr., Stony Brook OL Corey O’Daniel, Jr., Gardner-Webb OL George Handler, R-Sr., VMI OL Josh Weaver, R-Sr., Liberty

DL DL DL DL LB LB LB LB DB DB DB DB

DEFENSE Jake Killeen, R-Sr., Charleston Southern James Harris, Sr., Stony Brook Phillip Oboh, Jr., Coastal Carolina Adam McKinney, Sr., Presbyterian Jeffery Williams, Soph., Gardner-Webb Nick Hursky, Sr., Liberty Antwan Thomas, Sr., Presbyterian D.J. Rice, Sr., Coastal Carolina Daniel Cooke, Sr., Gardner-Webb Philip Ashley, Jr., Charleston Southern Kent Hicks, R-Sr., Liberty Cedric McGowan, Jr., Gardner-Webb

DL DL DL DL LB LB LB LB DB DB DB DB

DEFENSE Trey Jacobs, Sr., Liberty Phillip Oboh, Sr., Coastal Carolin Matt Goods, Fr., Gardner-Webb Joel Walton, Jr., Charleston Southern Tyler Santucci, Sr., Stony Brook Marty Patterson, Jr., Gardner-Webb Mario Brown, R-Sr., Gardner-Webb Andrew McKain, R-Sr., Charleston Southern Josh Norman, Soph., Coastal Carolina Arin West, Jr., Stony Brook KaJuan Lee, R-Soph., Liberty Chris Kuzdale, Soph., Charleston Southern

PK P LS KR PR

SPECIAL TEAMS Ryan Gates, Fr., Gardner-Webb Ben Erdman, Soph., Coastal Carolina Dan Pope, R-Sr., Liberty Gerald Stevenson, Soph., Charleston So. Dominic Bolden, Sr., Liberty

PK P LS KR PR

SPECIAL TEAMS Matt Bevins, Soph., Liberty Marc Ray, R-Fr., VMI Andrew McKain, R-Sr., Charleston Southern David Montgomery, Sr., Gardner-Webb Tim Maypray, Sr., VMI

QB RB RB WR WR WR TE OL OL OL OL OL

ALL-CONFERENCE SECOND-TEAM OFFENSE Tim Maypray, Jr., VMI Conte Cuttino, Jr., Stony Brook Howard Abegesah, Jr., VMI Jonathan Crawford, R-Sr., Liberty James Perry III, R-Fr., Gardner-Webb Brandon Clark, Sr., Presbyterian Corey Rasberry, R-Sr., Liberty Lawrence Lovell, Sr., Stony Brook Alex Bragg, R-Sr., Charleston Southern George Handler, R-Jr., VMI James Boatright, Soph., VMI Corey O’Daniel, Soph., Gardner-Webb

QB RB RB WR WR WR TE OL OL OL OL OL

ALL-CONFERENCE SECOND-TEAM OFFENSE Tommy Beecher, R-Sr., Liberty Howard Abegesah, Sr., VMI Patrick Hall, Jr., Gardner-Webb Chris Summers, R-Soph., Liberty Patrick McKoy, Soph., Presbyterian Kwame Krakue, R-Jr., Charleston Southern Will Quarles, R-Sr., Liberty Ryan Boehm, R-Sr., Coastal Carolina Kyle Webber, Sr., Gardner-Webb J.W. Myers, R-Sr., Charleston Southern Mario Cosby, R-Sr., Liberty Alex Stadler, R-Jr., Liberty

DL DL DL DL LB LB LB LB DB DB DB DB

PK P LS KR PR

DEFENSE Justin Witzmann, R-Sr., Charleston Southern Kevin Richard, R-Sr., Liberty Jordan Woods, Fr., Gardner-Webb Colin Dugan, Sr., Liberty Marty Patterson, Soph., Gardner-Webb Andrew McKain, R-Jr., Charleston Southern Tyler Santucci, Jr., Stony Brook A.J. Gross, R-Fr., VMI Ryan Greiser, Sr., Liberty Anthony McKnight, Sr., Presbyterian Pat Calvary, Sr., Liberty Chris Richards, Jr., Stony Brook SPECIAL TEAMS John Paglia, Soph., Charleston Southern Bryson Summers, Sr., Presbyterian Travis Ludden, Sr., VMI Dominic Bolden, Sr., Liberty Dobson Collins, Sr., Gardner-Webb

DL DL DL DL LB LB LB LB DB DB DB DB

DEFENSE Josh Wine, Jr., VMI Quinnon Isom, R-Sr., Gardner-Webb Asa Chapman, Soph., Liberty Chris Perri, Sr., Stony Brook Doncel Bolt, Jr., Liberty Wes Cheek, Sr., Liberty Emilio Calvin, R-Soph., VMI Desmond Steward, R-Soph., Coastal Carolina Byron Allen, R-Soph., VMI Chris Rocco, Sr., Liberty Justin Bethel, Soph., Presbyterian Chris Richards, Sr., Stony Brook

PK PK P LS KR PR

SPECIAL TEAMS John Paglia, Jr., Charleston Southern (tie) Ryan Gates, Soph., Gardner-Webb (tie) Mike Larsson, Soph., Liberty Matt Quinn, Sr., Presbyterian Aaron Hewlett, R-Sr., Liberty Antwan Ivey, Soph., Charleston Southern

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BIG SOUTH ALL-ACADEMIC TEAMS 2002 Zach Snyder, Charleston Southern Josh Rowan, Elon Andrew Harmon, Gardner-Webb Jay Cline, Liberty

2003 Zach Snyder, Charleston Southern Maurice Simpkins, Coastal Carolina Jim Maxwell, Gardner-Webb Jay Cline, Liberty Matt Sharpe, VMI

2004 Adam DeGraffenreid, Charleston Southern Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina Sam Gado, Liberty Alex Correll, VMI

2005 Adam DeGraffenreid, Charleston Southern Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina Hunter Smith, Gardner-Webb Brock Farrel, Liberty John Fox, VMI

2006 Nick Ellis, Charleston Southern Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina Hunter Smith, Gardner-Webb Ryan Greiser, Liberty Jacob Rochester, VMI

2007 Nick Ellis, Charleston Southern Whittmin Reese, Coastal Carolina Billy Luther, Gardner-Webb Ryan Greiser, Liberty Jacob Rochester, VMI Sherman Burnett, Presbyterian

2008 Justin Witzmann, Charleston Southern Derrick Frasier, Coastal Carolina Daniel Cooke, Gardner-Webb Ryan Greiser, Liberty Antwan Thomas, Presbyterian Jeff Santos, Stony Brook Jacob Rochester, VMI

2009 Andrew McKain, Charleston Southern Justin Durham, Coastal Carolina Mario Brown, Gardner-Webb Chris Rocco, Liberty Matt Freeman, Presbyterian Jeff Santos, Stony Brook George Handler, VMI


ALL-TIME PLAYERS OF THE WEEK 2002 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

2003 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

2004 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

Sept. 1

OFF: Jehmelas Bryan, Gardner-Webb DEF: Kendrick Howard, Liberty ST: Graham Whitlock, Gardner-Webb FR: Justin McAdoo, Gardner-Webb

Aug. 31 OFF: William Andrews, Jr., Gardner-Webb DEF: Jonathan Little, Gardner-Webb ST: Adrian Hall, VMI FR: Adam Peters, VMI

Sept. 6

Sept. 8

OFF: Dre Barnes, Liberty DEF: Calvin Sutton, Elon ST: Graham Whitlock, Gardner-Webb FR: Gemere Herman, Charleston So.

Sept. 7

Sept. 13 OFF: Kory Alston, Gardner-Webb DEF: Allen Davis, Gardner-Webb ST: Graham Whitlock, Gardner-Webb FR: Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina

Sept. 15 OFF: Jeremy Martin, Gardner-Webb DEF: Mario Williams, Gardner-Webb ST: Rashaud Palmer, Elon FR: Kyle Belkowski, Elon Sept. 22 OFF: Jeremy Martin, Gardner-Webb DEF: Mike Warren, Elon ST: Andrew Harmon, Gardner-Webb FR: Keppy Baucom, Gardner-Webb Sept. 29 OFF: C.W. Singletary, Elon DEF: William Haith, Liberty ST: Mike Washington, Charleston So. FR: Emerson Fazekas, Elon

Sept. 14 OFF: Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb DEF: Aaron Sykes, Gardner-Webb ST: Noah Crouch, Liberty FR: Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern Sept. 21 OFF: Aaron Dunklin, Charleston Southern DEF: Mario Williams, Gardner-Webb ST: Erick Harris, Liberty FR: Robert Adams, Charleston Southern Sept. 28 OFF: Aundres Perkins, Coastal Carolina DEF: Mario Williams, Gardner-Webb ST: Darnell Williams, Coastal Carolina FR: Demetrius Morant, Coastal Carolina Oct. 4

Oct. 6

OFF: Chris Foster, Gardner-Webb DEF: Kendrick Howard, Liberty ST: Arketa Banks, Elon FR: Justin McAdoo, Gardner-Webb Oct. 11

Oct. 13

OFF: Jeremy Martin, Gardner-Webb DEF: Bowe Butler, Charleston Southern ST: Lamar Ingram, Gardner-Webb FR: Keppy Baucom, Gardner-Webb

Oct. 20 OFF: Dre Barnes, Liberty DEF: Marcell Howard, Liberty ST: Adrian Hall, Liberty FR: Dwayne Ijames, Elon Oct. 27 OFF: George Pressley, Gardner-Webb DEF: Jason Threat, Gardner-Webb ST: Andrew Harmon, Gardner-Webb FR: Jonathan Hanberry, Liberty Nov. 3

Nov. 17 OFF: Jeremy Martin, Gardner-Webb DEF: Mario Williams, Gardner-Webb ST: Raschard Buie, Elon FR: Keppy Baucom, Gardner-Webb Nov. 28 OFF: Dre Barnes, Liberty DEF: Calvin Sutton, Elon ST: Anthony Turowski, Elon FR: David Holland, Liberty

OFF: Eugene Goodman, Liberty DEF: Michael Fox, VMI ST: Jake Neal, Gardner-Webb FR: Hunter Smith, Gardner-Webb OFF: William Andrews, Jr., Gardner-Webb DEF: Justin Huggard, VMI ST: Noah Crouch, Liberty FR: Jonna Lee, Charleston Southern

Oct. 18 OFF: Chris Foster, Gardner-Webb DEF: Jim Maxwell, Gardner-Webb ST: Matt Sharpe, VMI FR: Austin Gaines, Gardner-Webb Oct. 25 OFF: Aaron Dunklin, Charleston Southern DEF: Derick Screen, VMI ST: Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina FR: Jonna Lee, Charleston Southern Nov. 1

OFF: Dre Barnes, Liberty DEF: Maurice Simpkins, Coastal Carolina ST: Matt Sharpe, VMI FR: Hunter Smith, Gardner-Webb

Nov. 8

OFF: Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb DEF: Chris Green, Liberty ST: Greg Williamson, Coastal Carolina FR: Scott Kivosky, Liberty

OFF: Dre Barnes, Liberty DEF: Mario Williams, Gardner-Webb ST: Anthony Turowski, Elon FR: Jonathan Hanberry, Liberty

Nov. 10 OFF: Rashaud Palmer, Elon DEF: Mario Williams, Gardner-Webb ST: Arketa Banks, Elon FR: Josh Hubbard, Gardner-Webb

OFF: Sean Mizzer, VMI DEF: Maurice Simpkins, Coastal Carolina ST: Graham Whitlock, Gardner-Webb

Nov. 17 OFF: Eugene Goodman, Liberty DEF: Mario Williams, Gardner-Webb ST: Graham Whitlock, Gardner-Webb FR: Juwon Lawson, Charleston Southern Nov. 25 OFF: Eugene Goodman, Liberty DEF: Maurice Simpkins, Coastal Carolina ST: Noah Crouch, Liberty FR: Austin Gaines, Gardner-Webb

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OFF: Marcus Hamilton, Liberty DEF: Mario Williams, Gardner-Webb ST: Alonzia Phillips, Liberty FR: Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina

Sept. 20 OFF: Eddie Gadson, Coastal Carolina Eugene Goodman, Liberty DEF: Justin Huggard, VMI ST: Nick Ellis, Charleston Southern FR: C.J. Hirschman, Charleston Southern Sept. 27 OFF: Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb DEF: Mario Williams, Gardner-Webb ST: Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina FR: Brian Johnston, Gardner-Webb Oct. 5

OFF: Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern Sam Gado, Liberty DEF: Manny Rojas, Liberty ST: Noah Crouch, Liberty FR: Maurice Price, Charleston Southern

Oct. 11

OFF: Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina DEF: Harold Wells, Gardner-Webb ST: Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina FR: Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina

Oct. 18 OFF: Perry Parks, Coastal Carolina DEF: Robert Mason, VMI ST: Rob Williams, Coastal Carolina FR: Marrio Norman, Coastal Carolina Oct. 25 OFF: Collins Drafts, Charleston Southern DEF: Tavoris Horton, Gardner-Webb ST: Hunter Smith, Gardner-Webb FR: Mike Tolbert, Coastal Carolina Nov. 1

OFF: Dre Barnes, Liberty Patrick Hall, Coastal Carolina DEF: Harold Wells, Gardner-Webb ST: Rob Williams, Coastal Carolina FR: Ro-Derick Middleton, Coastal Carolina

Nov. 8

OFF: Sam Gado, Liberty DEF: Adam DeGraffenreid, Charleston So. ST: Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina FR: Barrett Way, VMI

Nov. 15 OFF: Patrick Hall, Coastal Carolina DEF: Harold Wells, Gardner-Webb ST: Erick Harris, Liberty FR: Alonzia Phillips, Liberty Nov. 22 OFF: Patrick Hall, Coastal Carolina DEF: Robert Mason, VMI ST: Jordan Alford, Liberty FR: Rent Sherrill, Gardner-Webb


ALL-TIME PLAYERS OF THE WEEK 2005 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK Sept. 5

OFF: Jonathan Wilson, VMI DEF: Jamar Leath, Coastal Carolina ST: Noah Crouch, Liberty FR: Rod Fluellen, Liberty

Sept. 12 OFF: Coastal Carolina offense DEF: Jamar Leath, Coastal Carolina ST: Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina FR: Zach Terrell, Liberty Sept. 19 OFF: Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern DEF: Justin Huggard, VMI ST: Noah Crouch, Liberty FR: Markus Murry, Charleston Southern Sept. 26 OFF: Robert Adams, Charleston Southern DEF: Robert Mason, VMI ST: Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina FR: Michael Hanna, Gardner-Webb Oct. 3

OFF: Jonathan Wilson, VMI Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina DEF: Justin Huggard, VMI ST: Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina FR: Warren Jennings, Coastal Carolina

2006 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK Sept. 4

OFF: Sean Mizzer, VMI DEF: Jamaal Walton, VMI ST: Wynton Jackson, Liberty FR: Brandon Jackson, Gardner-Webb

Sept. 11 OFF: Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern DEF: Okeba Rollinson, Charleston So. ST: Michael Hanna, Gardner-Webb FR: Stan Doolittle, Gardner-Webb Sept. 18 OFF: Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina DEF: Manny Rojas, Liberty ST: Ben Beasley, Liberty FR: Jamar Anderson, Coastal Carolina Sept. 25 OFF: Rashad Jennings, Liberty DEF: Quinton Teal, Coastal Carolina ST: Hunter Smith, Gardner-Webb FR: Chris Rocco, Liberty Oct. 2

OFF: Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina DEF: Mario E. Brown, Gardner-Webb ST: Michael Hanna, Gardner-Webb FR: David Montgomery, Gardner-Webb

Oct. 10 OFF: Zach Terrell, Liberty DEF: Todd Baldwin, VMI ST: Hunter Smith, Gardner-Webb FR: Zach Terrell, Liberty

Oct. 9

OFF: Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina DEF: Jamar Leath, Coastal Carolina ST: Sean Lundy, Coastal Carolina FR: Tim Maypray, VMI

Oct. 17

Oct. 16 OFF: Mike Tolbert, Coastal Carolina DEF: Mario E. Brown, Gardner-Webb ST: Nick Ellis, Charleston Southern FR: Tim Maypray, VMI

OFF: Andre Copeland, Charleston So. DEF: Jamar Leath, Coastal Carolina ST: Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina FR: Whittmin Reese, Coastal Carolina

Oct. 24 OFF: Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb DEF: Mike Pavelko, Gardner-Webb ST: Hunter Smith, Gardner-Webb Barrett Way, VMI FR: Patrick Calvary, Liberty Oct. 31

OFF: Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina DEF: Brian Johnston, Gardner-Webb ST: Noah Crouch, Liberty FR: Brock Smith, Liberty

Oct. 23 OFF: Devin Campbell, Gardner-Webb DEF: Jada Ross, Charleston Southern ST: Hunter Smith, Gardner-Webb FR: Christian Kelly, VMI Oct. 30 OFF: Devin Campbell, Gardner-Webb DEF: Quinton Teal, Coastal Carolina ST: Dominic Bolden, Liberty FR: David Montgomery, Gardner-Webb

OFF: Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern DEF: Charleston Southern defense ST: David Parker, Coastal Carolina FR: Daniel Cooke, Gardner-Webb

Nov. 14 OFF: Maurice Price, Charleston Southern DEF: Josh Mitchell, Charleston Southern ST: Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina FR: Brock Smith, Liberty Nov. 21 OFF: Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern Duvaughn Flagler, Gardner-Webb DEF: Jada Ross, Charleston Southern ST: Andre Manning, Gardner-Webb FR: Markus Murry, Charleston Southern

Sept. 3

OFF: Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern DEF: Jon Carmon, Charleston Southern ST: Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina FR: Tim Torrence, Liberty

OFF: Zach Terrell, Liberty DEF: Joe Taylor, VMI ST: Wynton Jackson, Liberty FR: Tyson Petty, Gardner-Webb

Sept. 10 OFF: William Richardson, Coastal Carolina DEF: Brian Johnston, Gardner-Webb ST: Wynton Jackson, Liberty FR: Eric O’Neal, Coastal Carolina Sept. 17 OFF: Rashad Jennings, Liberty DEF: Philip Ashley, Charleston Southern ST: Noah Greenbaum, Liberty FR: DeMarcus Moon, Charleston Southern Sept. 24 OFF: Stan Doolittle, Gardner-Webb DEF: Mario E. Brown, Gardner-Webb ST: Evan Kay, Gardner-Webb FR: Jeffery Williams, Gardner-Webb Oct. 1

OFF: Kyle Hughes, VMI DEF: Brian Johnston, Gardner-Webb ST: Wynton Jackson, Liberty FR: Bryan Barnson, VMI

Oct. 8

OFF: Rashad Jennings, Liberty DEF: Josh Warrior, Charleston Southern ST: Nick Ellis, Charleston Southern FR: Derrick Frasier, Coastal Carolina

Oct. 15 OFF: Tim Maypray, VMI DEF: Ro-Derick Middleton, Coastal Caro. ST: Jamar Anderson, Coastal Carolina FR: Jeffery Williams, Gardner-Webb Oct. 22 OFF: Rashad Jennings, Liberty DEF: Brian Johnston, Gardner-Webb ST: Noah Greenbaum, Liberty FR: Keon Cunningham, Coastal Carolina Oct. 29 OFF: Mike Tolbert, Coastal Carolina DEF: Brandon Autry, Coastal Carolina ST: Arthur Sitton, Coastal Carolina FR: Patrick Hall, Gardner-Webb Nov. 5

Nov. 6 Nov. 7

2007 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

OFF: Tim Maypray, VMI DEF: Vince Redd, Liberty ST: Gerald Stevenson, Charleston So. FR: Eric O’Neal, Coastal Carolina

Nov. 13 OFF: Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina DEF: Manny Rojas, Liberty ST: Wynton Jackson, Liberty FR: Dominique Davenport, Coastal Caro.

Nov. 12 OFF: Sidney Bryant, Charleston Southern Brock Smith, Liberty DEF: Santini Washington, Coastal Carolina ST: Liberty Special Teams FR: Gerald Stevenson, Charleston So.

Nov. 20 OFF: Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina DEF: Marrio Norman, Coastal Carolina ST: Dominic Bolden, Liberty FR: Kyle Hughes, VMI

Nov. 19 OFF: Rashad Jennings, Liberty DEF: Steven Ackley, Liberty ST: Tim Maypray, VMI FR: Jeffery Williams, Gardner-Webb

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ALL-TIME PLAYERS OF THE WEEK, ANNUAL AWARD WINNERS 2008 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK Sept. 1

Sept. 8

2009 PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

OFF: Conte Cuttino, Stony Brook DEF: Chris Richards, Stony Brook ST: Jonathan Crawford, Liberty FR: Edwin Gowins, Stony Brook

Sept. 7

OFF: Mike Brown, Liberty DEF: Eric Church, VMI ST: Ryan Gates, Gardner-Webb FR: Matthew Goods, Gardner-Webb

OFF: Tim Maypray, VMI DEF: Dominique Davenport, Coastal Caro. ST: Gerald Stevenson, Charleston So. FR: Edwin Gowins, Stony Brook

Sept. 14 OFF: Stan Doolittle, Gardner-Webb DEF: Marty Patterson, Gardner-Webb ST: Wesley Skiffington, Stony Brook FR: Aldreakis Allen, Liberty

Sept. 15 OFF: Zach MacDowall, Coastal Carolina DEF: Chad Brown, Liberty ST: Mike Larsson, Liberty FR: Chris Kuzdale, Charleston Southern

Sept. 21 OFF: Mike Brown, Liberty DEF: Arin West, Stony Brook ST: Matt Brevi, Stony Brook FR: Matthew Goods, Gardner-Webb

Sept. 22 OFF: Zach MacDowall, Coastal Carolina DEF: D.J. Rice, Coastal Carolina ST: Bryson Summers, Presbyterian FR: Greg Stevens, VMI

Sept. 28 OFF: Kyle Hughes, VMI DEF: E.J. Brown, Coastal Carolina ST: Mike Larsson, Liberty FR: Kenny Tuiloma, Stony Brook

Sept. 29 OFF: Rashad Jennings, Liberty DEF: Nick Hursky, Liberty ST: Ryan Gates, Gardner-Webb FR: Matt Bevins, Liberty

Oct. 5

Oct. 6

Oct. 13

OFF: Rashad Jennings, Liberty DEF: Kamalu Umu, Charleston Southern ST: Andy Brown, Charleston Southern FR: Matt Bevins, Liberty OFF: Tim Maypray, VMI DEF: A.J. Gross, VMI ST: Michael Hanna, Gardner-Webb FR: Matt Bevins, Liberty

Oct. 20 OFF: Philip Peoples, Gardner-Webb DEF: Jeffery Williams, Gardner-Webb ST: Luke Gaddis, Stony Brook FR: Edwin Gowins, Stony Brook Oct. 27 OFF: Devin Campbell, Gardner-Webb DEF: Jeffery Williams, Gardner-Webb ST: Cedric McGowan, Gardner-Webb FR: Ryan Gates, Gardner-Webb Nov. 3

OFF: Brandon Miley, Presbyterian DEF: Anthony McKnight, Presbyterian ST: Cam Miller, Presbyterian FR: Edwin Gowins, Stony Brook

Nov. 10 OFF: Edwin Gowins, Stony Brook DEF: Marcus Lott, Coastal Carolina ST: Ben Erdman, Coastal Carolina FR: Jordan Woods, Gardner-Webb Nov. 17 OFF: Edwin Gowins, Stony Brook DEF: Nick Hursky, Liberty ST: Ben Shipps, Liberty FR: Josh Norman, Coastal Carolina Nov. 24 OFF: Tim Maypray, VMI DEF: Nick Hursky, Liberty ST: Liberty Special Teams FR: Justin Bethel, Presbyterian

OFF: Stan Doolittle, Gardner-Webb DEF: Darren Rogers, Gardner-Webb ST: Wesley Skiffington, Stony Brook Tim Maypray, VMI FR: Matthew Goods, Gardner-Webb

Oct. 12

OFF: Zach MacDowall, Coastal Carolina DEF: Derrick Frasier, Coastal Carolina ST: Justin Durham, Coastal Carolina FR: Lance Byrd, Presbyterian

Oct. 19

OFF: Patrick Hall, Gardner-Webb Michael Coulter, Stony Brook DEF: Liberty Defense ST: Matt Bevins, Liberty FR: Aldreakis Allen, Liberty

BIG SOUTH ANNUAL AWARD WINNERS OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Jeremy Martin, Sr., QB, Gardner-Webb Dre Barnes, Jr., RB, Liberty Patrick Hall, Jr., RB, Coastal Carolina Collin Drafts, Jr., QB, Charleston Southern Tyler Thigpen, Sr., QB, Coastal Carolina Rashad Jennings, R-Jr., RB, Liberty Rashad Jennings, R-Sr., RB, Liberty Mike Brown, R-Soph., WR/QB, Liberty

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Mario Williams, Soph., FS, Gardner-Webb Mario Williams, Jr., FS, Gardner-Webb Harold Wells, Sr., DT, Gardner-Webb Jada Ross, R-Soph., LB, Charleston So. Brian Johnston, Jr., DE, Gardner-Webb Brian Johnston, Sr., DE, Gardner-Webb Jeffery Williams, Soph., LB, Gardner-Webb Tyler Santucci, Sr., LB, Stony Brook

FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Keppy Baucom, LB, Gardner-Webb Jonna Lee, LB, Charleston Southern Jerome Simpson, WR, Coastal Carolina Zach Terrell, RB, Liberty Tim Maypray, SB, VMI Jeffery Williams, LB, Gardner-Webb Edwin Gowins, RB, Stony Brook Matt Goods, DL, Gardner-Webb

COACH OF THE YEAR

Oct. 26 OFF: Howard Abegesah, VMI DEF: Emilio Calvin, VMI ST: Mike Larsson, Liberty FR: Brent Vinson, Liberty

2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Nov. 2

OFF: Tommy Beecher, Liberty DEF: Arin West, Stony Brook ST: Antwan Ivey, Charleston Southern FR: SirChauncey Holloway, Liberty

SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR

Nov. 9

OFF: A.J. Toscano, Charleston Southern DEF: Josh Norman, Coastal Carolina ST: Matt Bevins, Liberty FR: Lance Byrd, Presbyterian

Nov. 16 OFF: Mike Brown, Liberty DEF: Chris Kuzdale, Charleston Southern ST: John Paglia, Charleston Southern FR: Lance Byrd, Presbyterian Nov. 23 OFF: Edwin Gowins, Stony Brook DEF: Matt Bach, Charleston Southern ST: John Paglia, Charleston Southern FR: Patrick Morgano, Presbyterian

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2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Steve Patton, Gardner-Webb Steve Patton, Gardner-Webb David Bennett, Coastal Carolina Jay Mills, Charleston Southern Danny Rocco, Liberty Danny Rocco, Liberty Danny Rocco, Liberty Chuck Priore, Stony Brook

Andrew Harmon, K, Gardner-Webb Jim Maxwell, LB, Gardner-Webb Matt Sharpe, K, VMI Adam DeGraffenreid, DE, Charleston So. Adam DeGraffenreid, DE, Charleston So. Josh Hoke, K, Coastal Carolina Nick Ellis, K/P, Charleston Southern Jacob Rochester, LB, VMI Mario Brown, LB, Gardner-Webb

TEAM SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD 2006 2007 2008 2009

VMI VMI VMI VMI, Charleston Southern


ALL-TIME NATIONAL HONORS WEEKLY FOOTBALL GAZETTE

ALL-AMERICANS THE SPORTS NETWORK 2002 Mario Williams, Gardner-Webb 2003 Mario Williams, Gardner-Webb Graham Whitlock, Gardner-Webb 2004 Harold Wells, Gardner-Webb 2005 Justin Huggard, VMI 2006 Maurice Price, Charleston Southern Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina Brad Poston, Coastal Carolina 2007 Brian Johnston, Gardner-Webb Mike Tolbert, Coastal Carolina Marshall Ausberry, Liberty Dominic Bolden, Liberty Mario Brown, Gardner-Webb Patrick Calvary, Liberty Wynton Jackson, Liberty Rashad Jennings, Liberty Tim Maypray, VMI Cedric McGowan, Gardner-Webb Marrio Norman, Coastal Carolina Eddie Pinigis, Liberty Vince Redd, Liberty Jada Ross, Charleston Southern Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina 2008 Rashad Jennings, Liberty Dominic Bolden, Liberty Jeffery Williams, Gardner-Webb Dobson Collins, Gardner-Webb Mike Godsil, Liberty 2009 Tommy Fraser, Coastal Carolina Matt Bevins, Liberty

3rd Team 1st Team 3rd Team 1st Team 3rd Team 2nd Team 3rd Team 3rd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team HM HM HM HM HM HM HM HM HM HM HM HM HM 1st Team 3rd Team 3rd Team HM HM 1st Team 1st Team

2002 Jim Maxwell, Gardner-Webb Jeremy Martin, Gardner-Webb Jason Bright, Gardner-Webb Josh Rowan, Elon 2003 Graham Whitlock, Gardner-Webb Harold Wells, Gardner-Webb Mario Williams, Gardner-Webb 2004 Harold Wells, Gardner-Webb Allen Davis, Gardner-Webb Antwon Trice, Coastal Carolina Nick Johnson, Coastal Carolina 2005 Duvaughn Flagler, Gardner-Webb Maurice Price, Charleston Southern Robert Mason, VMI Quinton Teal, Coastal Carolina 2006 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina Maurice Price, Charleston Southern Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina Brad Poston, Coastal Carolina Brian Johnston, Gardner-Webb Quinton Teal, Coastal Carolina Brian Kepple, Coastal Carolina Mario E. Brown, Gardner-Webb Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern Rodney Burgess, Coastal Carolina Stephen Sene, Liberty Kris King, Gardner-Webb Wynton Jackson, Liberty Dennis Justiniani, Charleston Southern Eric Hall, VMI Jamar Leath, Coastal Carolina Jada Ross, Charleston Southern C.J. Hirschman, Charleston Southern

HM HM HM HM 1st Team 2nd Team 3rd Team 1st Team 2nd Team 3rd Team HM 3rd Team 3rd Team 3rd Team 3rd Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 3rd Team 3rd Team HM HM HM HM HM HM HM HM HM HM

COLLEGESPORTSREPORT.COM AMERICAN FOOTBALL COACHES ASSOCIATION 2004 2006 2007 2008

Harold Wells, Gardner-Webb Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina Brian Johnston, Gardner-Webb Demario Deese, Gardner-Webb

2003

Mario Williams, Gardner-Webb Graham Whitlock, Gardner-Webb Harold Wells, Gardner-Webb Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina Brad Poston, Coastal Carolina Brian Johnston, Gardner-Webb Quinton Teal, Coastal Carolina Maurice Price, Charleston Southern Brian Johnston, Gardner-Webb Rashad Jennings, Liberty Philip Ashley, Charleston Southern Jeffery Williams, Gardner-Webb Matt Bevins, Liberty Tyler Santucci, Stony Brook Josh Norman, Coastal Carolina

1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team

2003

Mario Williams, Gardner-Webb Graham Whitlock, Gardner-Webb

1st Team 2nd Team

2004 2006

2007 2008

2009

WALTER CAMP FOUNDATION 2007 Brian Johnston, Gardner-Webb 2008 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 2009 Matt Bevins, Liberty

1st Team 1st Team 1st Team

COLLEGE SPORTING NEWS FABULOUS 50 TEAM 2004 Harold Wells, Gardner-Webb 2006 Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina Maurice Price, Charleston Southern 2007 Brian Johnston, Gardner-Webb Dan Pope, Liberty 2008 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 1st Team Dan Pope, Liberty 1st Team Tim Maypray, VMI Positional HM Jeffery Williams, Gardner-Webb Positional HM 2009 Tommy Fraser, Coastal Carolina 1st Team Mike Brown, Liberty 1st Team Josh Norman, Coastal Carolina 1st Team Matt Bevins, Liberty 1st Team Paul Fenaroli, Stony Brook Positional HM

WALTER PAYTON AWARD 2006 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina (Finalist – 7th) 2007 Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina 2008 Rashad Jennings, Liberty (Finalist – 8th)

BUCK BUCHANAN AWARD 2004 2007 2008 2009

Mario Williams, Gardner-Webb Brian Johnston, Gardner-Webb (Finalist – 9th) Mario Brown, Gardner-Webb Jeffery Williams, Gardner-Webb

2004 2006 2008 2009

David Bennett, Coastal Carolina (Finalist – 8th) David Bennett, Coastal Carolina (Finalist – 9th) Danny Rocco, Liberty (Finalist – 15th) Danny Rocco, Liberty (Finalist – 19th)

EDDIE ROBINSON AWARD

TED HENDRICKS DEFENSIVE END OF THE YEAR WATCH LIST 2007 Brian Johnston, Gardner-Webb

LIBERTY MUTUAL COACH OF THE YEAR 2008 Danny Rocco, Liberty (Finalist) 2009 Danny Rocco, Liberty (Finalist)

NATIONAL PLAYERS OF THE WEEK THE SPORTS NETWORK

CSTV 2003

Graham Whitlock, Gardner-Webb

2nd Team

ASSOCIATED PRESS 2nd Team 2nd Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 3rd Team 1st Team 1st Team 3rd Team 3rd Team 1st Team 2nd Team 3rd Team

NATIONAL AWARD CANDIDATES

NATIONAL AWARD WINNERS AMERICAN FOOTBALL COACHES ASSOCIATION 2004 David Bennett, Coastal Carolina (Regional Coach of the Year)

COLLEGE SPORTING NEWS 2008 Edwin Gowins, Stony Brook (National Freshman of the Year)

WEEKLY FOOTBALL GAZETTE 2004 Harold Wells, Gardner-Webb (National Defensive Lineman of the Year) 2006 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina (National Offensive Back of the Year)

COLLEGESPORTSREPORT.COM 2005 Charleston Southern (I-AA Team of the Year) Antwon Trice, Coastal Carolina (All-Division I-AA Offensive Team - 3rd Team) Jada Ross, Charleston Southern (All-Division I-AA Defensive Team - 3rd Team)

SPORTEXE COACHES AWARD 2006 David Bennett, Coastal Carolina (Division I-AA Coach of the Year)

ALLSTATE AFCA GOOD WORKS TEAM NOMINEES 2008 Dominique Davenport, Coastal Carolina

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2004 Erick Harris, Liberty Nov. 15 (Special Teams Player of the Week) 2005 Jamar Leath, Coastal Carolina Sept. 12 (Defensive Player of the Week) 2006 Mario E. Brown, Gardner-Webb Oct. 2 (Defensive Player of the Week) Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina Oct. 9 (Offensive Player of the Week) Marrio Norman, Coastal Carolina Nov. 20 (Defensive Player of the Week) 2007 Brian Johnston, Gardner-Webb Oct. 1 (Defensive Player of the Week) 2008 Dominique Davenport, Coastal Carolina Sept. 8 (Defensive Player of the Week) Gerald Stevenson, Charleston Southern Sept. 8 (Special Teams Player of the Week) Rashad Jennings, Liberty Sept. 29 (Offensive Player of the Week) Edwin Gowins, Stony Brook Nov. 17 (Offensive Player of the Week) Tim Maypray, VMI Nov. 24 (Offensive Player of the Week) 2009 Mike Brown, Liberty Sept. 21 (Offensive Player of the Week) Josh Norman, Coastal Carolina Nov. 9 (Defensive Player of the Week)

COLLEGE SPORTING NEWS WEEKLY ALL-STAR 2004 Mario Williams, Gardner-Webb Sept. 5 (Defensive Player of the Week) Erick Harris, Liberty Nov. 15 (Special Teams Player of the Week) 2005 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina Sept. 12 (Offensive Player of the Week) 2006 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern Sept. 11 (Offensive Player of the Week) Nov. 6 (Offensive Player of the Week) Mario E. Brown, Gardner-Webb Oct. 2 (Defensive Player of the Week) Jada Ross, Charleston Southern Oct. 23 (Defensive Player of the Week) Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina Nov. 13 (Offensive Player of the Week)


ALL-TIME NATIONAL HONORS COLLEGE SPORTING NEWS (cont.) 2007 Dominic Bolden, Liberty Nov. 12 (Special Teams Player of the Week) 2008 Jeffery Williams, Gardner-Webb Oct. 20 (Defensive Player of the Week) Conte Cuttino, Stony Brook Nov. 17 (Co-Offensive Player of the Week) Edwin Gowins, Stony Brook Nov. 17 (Co-Offensive Player of the Week) 2009 Mike Brown, Liberty Sept. 21 (Offensive Player of the Week) Wes SkifďŹ ngton, Stony Brook Oct. 5 (Special Teams Player of the Week) Matt Bevins, Liberty Oct. 12 (Special Teams Player of the Week) Josh Norman, Coastal Carolina Nov. 9 (Defensive Player of the Week) Edwin Gowins, Stony Brook Nov. 23 (Offensive Player of the Week)

WEEKLY FOOTBALL GAZETTE 2002 Graham Whitlock, Gardner-Webb Sept. 10 (Special Teams Player of the Week) Ross Gravely, Elon Sept. 10 (Co-Offensive Lineman of the Week) Nov. 12 (Co-Offensive Lineman of the Week) Brandon Mason, Elon Sept. 24 (Co-Offensive Lineman of the Week) Jeremy Martin, Gardner-Webb Oct. 15 (Co-Offensive Player of the Week) Mario Williams, Gardner-Webb Nov. 5 (Co-Defensive Player of the Week) Anthony Turowski, Elon Nov. 5 (Tri-Special Teams Player of the Week) Josh Hubbard, Gardner-Webb Nov. 12 (Defensive Player of the Week) Josh Rowan, Elon Nov. 19 (Co-Offensive Lineman of the Week) 2003 Aaron Sykes, Gardner-Webb Sept. 16 (Co-Defensive Player of the Week) 2004 Justin Huggard, VMI Sept. 21 (Defensive Player of the Week) Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina Sept. 28 (Special Teams Player of the Week) Tavoris Horton, Gardner-Webb Oct. 25 (Defensive Player of the Week) Erick Harris, Liberty Nov. 15 (Special Teams Player of the Week) 2005 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina Sept. 25 (Special Teams Player of the Week) Oct. 16 (Special Teams Player of the Week) Robert Mason, VMI Sept. 25 (Defensive Player of the Week) Zach Terrell, Liberty Oct. 9 (Offensive Player of the Week) Andre Copeland, Charleston Southern Oct. 16 (Offensive Player of the Week) Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb Oct. 23 (Offensive Player of the Week) Mike Pavelko, Gardner-Webb Oct. 23 (Defensive Player of the Week) Barrett Way, VMI Oct. 23 (Special Teams Player of the Week) Demario Deese, Gardner-Webb Oct. 30 (Offensive Lineman of the Week) Brian Johnston, Gardner-Webb Oct. 30 (Defensive Player of the Week) 2006 Jamaal Walton, VMI Sept. 6 (Defensive Player of the Week) Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern Sept. 13 (Offensive Player of the Week) Nov. 8 (Offensive Player of the Week) Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina Sept. 13 (Offensive Player of the Week) Oct. 5 (Offensive Player of the Week) Nov. 16 (Offensive Player of the Week) Okeba Rollinson, Charleston Southern Sept. 13 (Defensive Player of the Week) Michael Hanna, Gardner-Webb Sept. 13 (Special Teams Player of the Week) Mario E. Brown, Gardner-Webb Oct. 5 (Defensive Player of the Week)

2006 Jamar Leath, Coastal Carolina Oct. 12 (Defensive Player of the Week) Jada Ross, Charleston Southern Oct. 26 (Defensive Player of the Week)

COLLEGESPORTSREPORT.COM 2004 Coastal Carolina Oct. 25 (National Team of the Week) 2005 Coastal Carolina Sept. 12 (National Team of the Week) Brian Johnston, Gardner-Webb Oct. 30 (Performer of the Week) Charleston Southern Nov. 5 (National Team of the Week) 2006 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina Sept. 11 (Performer of the Week) Nov. 6 (Performer of the Week) Mario E. Brown, Gardner-Webb Oct. 3 (Performer of the Week) Coastal Carolina Oct. 9 (National Team of the Week)

SME NETWORK WEEKLY ALL-STARS 2007 Wynton Jackson, Liberty (Sept. 11) Rashad Jennings, Liberty (Sept. 18) 2008 Stony Brook Week 1 (Offensive Line) Jacob Rochester, VMI Week 2 (Linebacker) Andy Brown, Charleston Southern Week 6 (Special Teams) A.J. Gross, VMI Week 7 (Linebacker) Matt Bevins, Liberty Week 13 (Special Teams)

ALL-REGION TEAM SELECTIONS VaSID (VIRGINIA ALL-STATE) 2002 Dre Barnes, Liberty 1st Team 2003 Thomas Smith, Liberty 1st Team Derik Screen, VMI 1st Team 2004 Robert Mason, VMI 1st Team 2005 Zohn Burden, VMI 1st Team Justin Huggard, VMI 1st Team Zach Terrell, Liberty 2nd Team Jeremy Ward, VMI 2nd Team Vicheal Foxx, VMI 2nd Team Jason Horn, Liberty 2nd Team 2006 Wynton Jackson, Liberty 1st Team Sean Mizzer, VMI 2nd Team Jarrett Winfrey, Liberty 2nd Team Stephen Sene, Liberty 2nd Team Eric Hall, Liberty 2nd Team E.L. Estes, Liberty 2nd Team Ryan Greiser, Liberty 2nd Team 2007 Marshall Ausberry, Liberty 1st Team Rashad Jennings, Liberty 1st Team Stephen Sene, Liberty 1st Team Patrick Calvary, Liberty 2nd Team Noah Greenbaum, Liberty 2nd Team Stevie Ray Lloyd, Liberty 2nd Team Tommy Lloyd, VMI 2nd Team Eddie Pinigis, Liberty 2nd Team Vince Redd, Liberty 2nd Team 2008 Nick Hursky, Liberty 1st Team Rashad Jennings, Liberty 1st Team Britt Stone, Liberty 1st Team Dominic Bolden, Liberty 1st (O) and 2nd Team (ST) Ryan Greiser, Liberty 2nd Team Mike Godsil, Liberty 2nd Team Kevin Richard, Liberty 2nd Team 2009 Mike Brown, Liberty 1st Team Matt Bevins, Liberty 1st Team Bryan Mosier, Liberty 2nd Team Josh Weaver, Liberty 2nd Team Trey Jacobs, Liberty 2nd Team

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VaSID ANNUAL AWARD WINNERS 2005 Zach Terrell, Liberty

Rookie of the Year

ORANGEBURG (S.C.) TOUCHDOWN CLUB ALL-STATE COLLEGE TEAM 2005 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina Maurice Simpkins, Coastal Carolina Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina Quinton Teal, Coastal Carolina 2006 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina Brad Poston, Coastal Carolina Jada Ross, Charleston Southern 2007 Marrio Norman, Coastal Carolina Jada Ross, Charleston Southern Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina 2008 Gerald Stevenson, Charleston Southern Britt Leggett, Coastal Carolina Adam McKinney, Presbyterian Phillip Oboh, Coastal Carolina Antwan Thomas, Presbyterian D.J. Rice, Coastal Carolina Philip Ashley, Charleston Southern Ben Erdman, Coastal Carolina 2009 Gerald Stevenson, Charleston Southern J.W. Myers, Charleston Southern Phillip Oboh, Coastal Carolina Andrew McKain, Charleston Southern Josh Norman, Coastal Carolina Justin Bethel, Presbyterian

COLUMBIA STATE ALL-SOUTH CAROLINA TEAM 2006 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina Rodney Burgess, Coastal Carolina Jada Ross, Charleston Southern Quinton Teal, Coastal Carolina C.J. Hirschman, Charleston Southern Maurice Price, Charleston Southern Brad Poston, Coastal Carolina Jamar Leath, Coastal Carolina 2009 Phillip Oboh, Coastal Carolina Andrew McKain, Charleston Southern Josh Norman, Coastal Carolina Justin Bethel, Presbyterian Gerald Stevenson, Charleston Southern

1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team

COLUMBIA STATE ALL-SOUTH CAROLINA PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2006 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina (offense)

COLUMBIA STATE FCS STATE COLLEGE ALL-DECADE FOOTBALL TEAM (2000-09) Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina Jada Ross, Charleston Southern Antwan Thomas, Presbyterian Quinton Teal, Coastal Carolina Gerald Stevenson, Charleston Southern

WEEKLY FOOTBALL GAZETTE 2002 Josh Rowan, Elon Mike Warren, Elon Dre Barnes, Liberty Kendrick Howard, Liberty 2003 William Andrews Jr., Gardner-Webb Matt Sharpe, VMI Harold Wells, Gardner-Webb Jim Maxwell, Gardner-Webb Mario Williams, Gardner-Webb Graham Whitlock, Gardner-Webb Ryan Smith, Gardner-Webb Jamie Pridgen, Gardner-Webb Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb Dre Barnes, Liberty

1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 3rd Team 3rd Team


ALL-TIME NATIONAL HONORS WEEKLY FOOTBALL GAZETTE (cont.) 2004 Allen Davis, Gardner-Webb 1st Team Kelvin McIver, Coastal Carolina 1st Team Antwon Trice, Coastal Carolina 1st Team Harold Wells, Gardner-Webb 1st Team Sean Boyle, Liberty 2nd Team Eddie Gadson, Charleston Southern 2nd Team Patrick Hall, Coastal Carolina 2nd Team Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina 2nd Team Nick Johnson, Coastal Carolina 2nd Team Robert Mason, VMI 2nd Team Brandon Schweitzer, Gardner-Webb 2nd Team Ryan Smith, Gardner-Webb 2nd Team Thomas Smith, Liberty 2nd Team Sam Gado, Liberty 3rd Team Justin Huggard, VMI 3rd Team Brandon Jeffcoat, Coastal Carolina 3rd Team Seth Reichert, Liberty 3rd Team Quinton Teal, Coastal Carolina 3rd Team 2005 Duvaughn Flagler, Gardner-Webb 1st Team Maurice Price, Charleston Southern 1st Team Antwon Trice, Coastal Carolina 1st Team Jada Ross, Charleston Southern 1st Team Robert Mason, VMI 1st Team Quinton Teal, Coastal Carolina 1st Team Vicheal Foxx, VMI 2nd Team Justin Huggard, VMI 2nd Team Maurice Simpkins, Coastal Carolina 2nd Team Tavares Shorter, Charleston Southern 2nd Team DeAndre Harrison, Charleston Southern 2nd Team Andre Copeland, Charleston Southern 3rd Team Zach Terrell, Liberty 3rd Team Bryan Meers, Charleston Southern 3rd Team Zohn Burden, VMI 3rd Team Demario Deese, Gardner-Webb 3rd Team Jeremy Ward, VMI 3rd Team Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina 3rd Team Jason Horn, Liberty 3rd Team 2006 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina 1st Team Maurice Price, Charleston Southern 1st Team Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina 1st Team Brad Poston, Coastal Carolina 1st Team Brian Kepple, Coastal Carolina 1st Team Kris King, Gardner-Webb 1st Team Brian Johnston, Gardner-Webb 1st Team Eric Hall, VMI 1st Team Mario E. Brown, Gardner-Webb 1st Team Quinton Teal, Coastal Carolina 1st Team Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 2nd Team Rodney Burgess, Coastal Carolina 2nd Team Stephen Sene, Liberty 2nd Team Wynton Jackson, Liberty 2nd Team, 3rd Team Dennis Justiniani, Charleston Southern 2nd Team Jamar Leath, Coastal Carolina 2nd Team Jada Ross, Charleston Southern 2nd Team C.J. Hirschman, Charleston Southern 2nd Team Rashad Jennings, Liberty 3rd Team Sean Mizzer, VMI 3rd Team Duvaughn Flagler, Gardner-Webb 3rd Team Demario Deese, Gardner-Webb 3rd Team Steve Ackley, Liberty 3rd Team Sam Harper, Coastal Carolina 3rd Team Stevie Ray Lloyd, Liberty 3rd Team Mike Pavelko, Gardner-Webb 3rd Team Manny Rojas, Liberty 3rd Team Daniel Cooke, Gardner-Webb 3rd Team Jamaal Walton, VMI 3rd Team Michael Hanna, Gardner-Webb 3rd Team Hunter Smith, Gardner-Webb HM Jason Horn, Liberty HM Thurston Lee, Gardner-Webb HM Ronnie Mason, Coastal Carolina HM

WEEKLY FOOTBALL GAZETTE REGIONAL AWARD WINNERS 2005 Quinton Teal, Coastal Carolina Southeast Region Defensive Back of the Year Maurice Price, Charleston Southern Southeast Region Offensive Receiver of the Year 2006 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina Central Region Offensive Back Player of the Year Maurice Price, Charleston Southern Central Region Offensive Receive of the Year Quinton Teal, Coastal Carolina Central Region Defensive Back Player of the Year Brian Johnston, Gardner-Webb Central Region Defensive Lineman of the Year

POSTSEASON ALL-STAR GAMES EAST COAST BOWL 2005 Vicheal Foxx, VMI 2006 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern Phil Jordan, Charleston Southern Drew Rucks, Charleston Southern 2007 Marcus Brown, VMI Rick Howell, Charleston Southern Tommy Lloyd, VMI Jada Ross, Charleston Southern 2008 Terrance Butler, Presbyterian Donald Fondren, Charleston Southern Lawrence Lovell, Stony Brook Josh Mitchell, Charleston Southern Tribble Reese, Charleston Southern Adam Soivilien, Stony Brook 2009 J.W. Myers, Charleston Southern

EAST-WEST SHRINE GAME 2008 Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina

FOOTBALL NETWORK I-AA ALL-STAR CLASSIC 2003

Jim Maxwell, Gardner-Webb Jamie Pridgen, Gardner-Webb Aaron DeBerry, Liberty

HULA BOWL 2008 Brian Johnston, Gardner-Webb Stephen Sene, Liberty Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina (invitee only)

MAGNOLIA GRID-IRON CLASSIC 2006 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina Quinton Teal, Coastal Carolina

NATIONAL ALL-STARS.COM BOWL GAME 2006 Hunter Smith, Gardner-Webb J.P. Weaver, Gardner-Webb

SENIOR BOWL 2009 Rashad Jennings, Liberty

TEXAS VS. THE NATION BOWL 2007 Maurice Price, Charleston Southern 2008 Vince Redd, Liberty 2009 Dobson Collins, Gardner-Webb

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP OF AMERICAN FOOTBALL 2007 Brad Poston, Coastal Carolina (Team USA) Kris King, Gardner-Webb (Team USA)

NATIONAL ACADEMIC HONORS CoSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS 2003 2004 2005 2006 2009

Matt Sharpe, VMI Jay Cline, Liberty Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina Chris Rocco, Liberty

2nd Team 2nd Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team

CoSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT 2002 Chris Foster, Gardner-Webb (1st Team) Josh Rowan, Elon (2nd Team) Jay Cline, Liberty (2nd Team) 2003 Chris Foster, Gardner-Webb Jay Cline, Liberty Sean Boyle, Liberty Matt Sharpe, VMI Jim Maxwell, Gardner-Webb 2004 Jay Cline, Liberty Sam Gado, Liberty Sean Boyle, Liberty Seth Reichert, Liberty 2005 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina Patrick Hall, Coastal Carolina 2006 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina Brad Poston, Coastal Carolina Jacob Rochester, VMI 2007 Nick Ellis, Charleston Southern Jacob Rochester, VMI 2008 Colin Dugan, Liberty Derrick Frasier, Coastal Carolina Ryan Greiser, Liberty Dan Pope, Liberty Kevin Richard, Liberty Jacob Rochester, VMI 2009 Matt Bevins, Liberty Chris Rocco, Liberty Mario Brown, Gardner-Webb Matt Freeman, Presbyterian

FCS ATHLETIC DIRECTORS ASSOCIATION SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 2004 Matt Sharpe, VMI 2006 Adam DeGraffenreid, Charleston Southern

FCS ATHLETIC DIRECTORS ASSOCIATION ACADEMIC ALL-STAR TEAM 2002 Brandon Mason, Elon Josh Rowan, Elon 2003 Matt Sharpe, VMI 2004 Adam DeGraffenreid, Charleston Southern Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina Sam Gado, Liberty Sean Boyle, Liberty 2005 Adam DeGraffenreid, Charleston Southern Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina 2006 Nick Ellis, Charleston Southern Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina Jacob Rochester, VMI Hunter Smith, Gardner-Webb 2007 Nick Ellis, Charleston Southern Jacob Rochester, VMI 2008 Jacob Rochester, VMI Justin Witzmann, Charleston Southern 2009 Chris Rocco, Liberty

FCS ATHLETIC DIRECTORS ASSOCIATION POSTGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP FINALISTS 2005 Adam DeGraffenreid, Charleston Southern 2006 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina 2008 Justin Witzmann, Charleston Southern

NCAA POSTGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS 2006 Anthony Franklin, Coastal Carolina

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ALL-TIME NATIONAL HONORS NATIONAL FOOTBALL FOUNDATION DRADDY TROPHY CANDIDATES 2007 Nick Ellis, Charleston Southern (Semifinalist) Ren McKinnon, Coastal Carolina (Semifinalist) 2008 Jacob Rochester, VMI (Semifinalist)

NATIONAL FOOTBALL FOUNDATION NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 2007 Brian Kepple, Coastal Carolina Anthony Franklin, Coastal Carolina Brad Poston, Coastal Carolina Jamar Leath, Coastal Carolina Sam Harper, Coastal Carolina Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina Rodney Burgess, Coastal Carolina Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina 2008 Nick Ellis, Charleston Southern C.J. Hirschman, Charleston Southern Ren McKinnon, Coastal Carolina 2009 Ryan Greiser, Liberty Mike Godsil, Liberty Jacob Rochester, VMI Justin Witzmann, Charleston Southern 2010 Ryan Ard, Charleston Southern Andrew McKain, Charleston Southern Matt Freeman, Presbyterian Jeff Santos, Stony Brook Chris Tyler, Stony Brook

VaSID ACADEMIC ALL-STATE TEAM 2004 2007 2008 2009

Matt Sharpe, VMI Jacob Rochester, VMI Jacob Rochester, VMI Jacob Rochester, VMI Ryan Greiser, Liberty

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PRESEASON ALL-CONFERENCE HISTORY ALL-TIME PRESEASON FOOTBALL POLLS 2002 1. 2. 3. 4.

Team (first-place votes) Points Gardner-Webb (5) ....................................... 28 Elon (3) .................................................... 24 Liberty......................................................14 Charleston Southern.....................................11

2003 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Team (first-place votes) Points Gardner-Webb (9) ....................................... 48 Liberty (1)................................................. 36 VMI ......................................................... 34 Charleston Southern.....................................17 Coastal Carolina ..........................................15

2004 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Team (first-place votes) Points Gardner-Webb (9) ....................................... 46 Liberty..................................................... 33 VMI ......................................................... 30 Coastal Carolina (1) ..................................... 28 Charleston Southern.....................................13

2005 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Team (first-place votes) Points Coastal Carolina (11) .................................... 73 Liberty (3) ................................................ 57 Gardner-Webb (2) ....................................... 56 VMI ......................................................... 29 Charleston Southern.................................... 25

2006 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Team (first-place votes) Points Coastal Carolina (15).................................... 90 Charleston Southern.....................................61 Gardner-Webb (1) ....................................... 59 Liberty (3) ................................................ 30 VMI ......................................................... 25

2007 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Team (first-place votes) Points Liberty (12) ............................................... 87 Coastal Carolina (7) ..................................... 79 Gardner-Webb (1) ....................................... 63 Charleston Southern.................................... 43 VMI ......................................................... 28

2008 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Team (first-place votes) Points Liberty (12) ............................................... 77 Coastal Carolina ......................................... 58 Gardner-Webb ........................................... 52 Stony Brook............................................... 38 Charleston Southern (1) ................................ 30 VMI ..........................................................18

2009 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Team (first-place votes) Points Liberty (10) ..............................................109 Stony Brook (4) .......................................... 87 Coastal Carolina (1) ..................................... 83 Gardner-Webb (1) ....................................... 77 Charleston Southern (1) ................................ 56 VMI ......................................................... 39 Presbyterian.............................................. 25

From 2002-04, head coaches and SIDs voted on the preseason poll. Beginning in 2005, a media panel joined the preseason voting. In 2008, the SIDs no longer voted on preseason or postseason honors.

ALL-TIME PRESEASON PLAYERS OF THE YEAR

2006 2007 2008 2009

Preseason Offensive Player of the Year Dre Barnes, Jr., RB, Liberty Dre Barnes, Sr., RB, Liberty Collin Drafts, Jr., QB, Charleston Southern Patrick Hall, Sr., RB, Coastal Carolina Collin Drafts, Sr., QB, Charleston Southern Jerome Simpson, Sr., WR, Coastal Carolina Rashad Jennings, R-Sr., RB, Liberty Tim Maypray, Sr., QB, VMI

2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Preseason Defensive Player of the Year Mario Williams, Jr., FS, Gardner-Webb Mario Williams, Sr., FS, Gardner-Webb Kelvin McIver, Sr., DL, Coastal Carolina Jada Ross, R-Jr., LB, Charleston Southern Brian Johnston, Sr., DE, Gardner-Webb Mario Brown, Sr., LB, Gardner-Webb Jeffery Williams, Jr., LB, Gardner-Webb

2003 2004 2005

ALL-TIME PRESEASON ALL-CONFERENCE TEAMS 2003 OFFENSE DEFENSE QB Darren Swiggett, CSU DL Johnathan West, CSU RB Chris Foster, GWU DL Jason Threat, GWU RB Dre Barnes, LU DL Aaron DeBerry, LU WR Don Phillips,CSU DL Vicheal Foxx, VMI WR William Andrews, GWU LB Jim Maxwell, GWU WR Darin Bradford, GWU LB Keppy Baucom, GWU WR Greg Carlson, VMI LB Kendrick Howard, LU TE Stephen Knorr, GWU LB Derrick Screen, VMI OL Bryce Gregory, CSU DB Kijana Thomas, CSU OL Jerry Gass, GWU DB Mario Williams, GWU OL Jamie Pridgen, GWU DB Jensen Turner, GWU OL Ryan Smith, GWU DB Musa Sarki,VMI OL Sam Brown, VMI SPECIAL TEAMS PK Matt Sharpe, VMI P Graham Whitlock, GWU LS Jake Neal, GWU RS Josh Hubbard, GWU LS Sam Brown, VMI 2004 OFFENSE DEFENSE QB Nick Roberts, GWU DL Adam DeGraffenreid, CSU RB Dre Barnes, LU DL Adrain Grady, CCU RB Sean Mizzer, VMI DL Harold Wells, GWU WR Austin Gaines, GWU DL Seth Reichert, LU WR Lauren Williams, LU LB Bowe Butler, CSU WR Zohn Burden, VMI LB Maurice Simpkins, CCU WR Gary Price, VMI LB Keppy Baucom, GWU TE Stephen Knorr, GWU LB Todd Baldwin, VMI OL Bryce Gregory, CSU DB Kijana Thomas, CSU OL Nick Johnson, CCU DB Mario Williams, GWU OL Ryan Smith, GWU DB C.J. Moore, LU OL Sean Boyle, LU DB Robert Mason, VMI OL Jeremy Ward, VMI SPECIAL TEAMS PK Hunter Smith, GWU P Graham Whitlock, GWU LS Jake Neal, GWU RS Kijana Thomas, CSU 2005 OFFENSE DEFENSE QB Collin Drafts, CSU DL Kelvin McIver, CCU RB Patrick Hall, CCU DL Brandon Schweitzer, GWU RB Sean Mizzer, VMI DL Vicheal Foxx,VMI WR Kory Alston, GWU DL Adam DeGraffenreid, CSU WR Zohn Burden, VMI LB Maurice Simpkins, CCU WR Jerome Simpson, CCU LB Keppy Baucom, GWU TE Bryan Meers, CSU LB Justin Huggard, VMI OL Antwon Trice, CCU LB Manny Rojas, LU OL Markus Ferguson, LU DB Robert Mason, VMI OL C.J. Brown, GWU DB Quinton Teal, CCU OL Kevin Inge, LU DB C.J. Moore, LU OL Jeremy Ward, VMI DB Tavares Shorter, CSU SPECIAL TEAMS PK Josh Hoke, CCU P Noah Crouch, LU LS Matt Skeen, GWU RS Sean Mizzer, VMI

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2006 OFFENSE DEFENSE QB Collin Drafts, CSU DL Brian Johnston, GWU RB Zach Terrell, LU DL Jason Horn, LU RB Aundres Perkins, CCU DL Adrain Grady, CCU WR Maurice Price, CSU DL Eric Hall, VMI WR Duvaughn Flagler, GWU LB Jada Ross, CSU WR Jerome Simpson, CCU LB Jamar Leath, CCU TE Chris Luck, LU LB Manny Rojas, LU OL Demario Deese, GWU LB J.P. Weaver, GWU OL Brad Poston, CCU DB Quinton Teal, CCU OL Brian Kepple, CCU DB Daniel Cooke, GWU OL Kris King, GWU DB Patrick Calvary, LU OL Ricky Howell, CSU DB C.J. Hirschman, CSU SPECIAL TEAMS PK Josh Hoke, CCU P Michael Hanna, GWU LS Matt Skeen, GWU RS Kory Alston, GWU 2007 OFFENSE DEFENSE QB Brock Smith, LU DL Brian Johnston, GWU RB Rashad Jennings, LU DL Dennis Justiniani, CSU RB Zach Terrell, LU DL Adrain Grady, CCU WR Jerome Simpson, CCU DL Steven Ackley, LU WR Duvaughn Flagler, GWU LB Mario Brown, GWU WR Brandon Turner, LU LB Jada Ross, CSU TE Chris Luck, LU LB Stevie Ray Lloyd, LU OL Stephen Sene, LU LB Mike Pavelko, GWU OL Demario Deese, GWU DB C.J. Hirschman, CSU OL Rick Howell, CSU DB Daniel Cooke, GWU OL Robert Brown, VMI DB Ryan Greiser, LU OL Eddie Pinigis, LU DB Okeba Rollinson, CSU SPECIAL TEAMS PK Nick Ellis, CSU P Michael Hanna, GWU LS David McCarthy, GWU RS Wynton Jackson, LU 2008 OFFENSE DEFENSE QB Brock Smith, LU DL Colin Dugan, LU RB Rashad Jennings, LU DL Phillip Oboh, CCU RB Conte Cuttino, SBU DL Adam Soivilien, SBU WR Dee Brown, CSU DL Jake Killeen, CSU WR Lynell Suggs, SBU LB Mario Brown, GWU WR Dobson Collins, GWU LB Nick Hursky, LU TE Scott Fambrough, CCU LB D.J. Rice, CCU OL Demario Deese, GWU LB Josh Mitchell, CSU OL Britt Leggett, CCU DB Marrio Norman, CCU OL Mike Godsil, LU DB Cedric McGowan, GWU OL Britt Stone, LU DB Daniel Cooke, GWU OL Alex Bragg, CSU DB Patrick Calvary, LU SPECIAL TEAMS PK Luke Gaddis, SBU P Michael Hanna, GWU LS Dan Pope, LU KR Tim Maypray, VMI PR Dobson Collins, GWU 2009 OFFENSE DEFENSE QB Tim Maypray, VMI DL Phillip Oboh, CCU QB Zach MacDowall, CCU DL Jordan Woods, GWU RB Edwin Gowins, SBU DL Trey Jacobs, LU RB Conte Cuttino, SBU DL Quinnon Isom, GWU WR Gerald Stevenson, CSU LB Jeffery Williams, GWU WR James Perry III, GWU LB Mario Brown, GWU WR Tyson Petty, GWU LB Tyler Santucci, SBU TE Josh Miller, GWU LB Andrew McKain, CSU OL Corey O’Daniel, GWU DB Cedric McGowan, GWU OL Josh Weaver, LU DB Chris Richards, SBU OL George Handler, VMI DB Chris Rocco, LU OL Bryan Mosier, LU DB Tim Torrence, LU OL Ryan Boehm, CCU SPECIAL TEAMS PK Ryan Gates, GWU P Ben Erdman, CCU LS Andrew McKain, CSU KR Gerald Stevenson, CSU PR Tim Maypray, VMI


BIG SOUTH ATTENDANCE HISTORY; WINNING STREAKS; FINAL POLLS BIG SOUTH FOOTBALL ATTENDANCE HISTORY

BIG SOUTH FOOTBALL WIN STREAKS

SINGLE-SEASON HOME ATTENDANCE (TOTAL) 92,026 Liberty 2008 (7 games) 89,587 Liberty 2009 (6 games) 85,140 Liberty 2007 (6 games) 66,765 Liberty 2006 (6 games) 50,784 Liberty 2004 (6 games) 48,805 Coastal Carolina 2006 (6 games) 45,096 Coastal Carolina 2007 (6 games) 43,500 Coastal Carolina 2004 (7 games) 42,594 Liberty 2002 (6 games) 41,201 VMI 2007 (6 games)

LONGEST WIN STREAK, OVERALL 14 Charleston Southern Oct, 15, 2005 – Nov. 4, 2006 11 Liberty Oct. 20, 2007 – Oct. 11, 2008 10 Coastal Carolina Sept. 25, 2004 – Sept. 10, 2005 9 Gardner-Webb Sept. 14, 2002 – August 30, 2003 8 Coastal Carolina Sept. 23, 2006 – Nov. 18, 2006 7 Coastal Carolina Sept. 24, 2005 – Nov. 12, 2005 6 Liberty Oct. 3, 2009 – Nov. 14, 2009 5 Liberty Nov. 1, 2003 – Sept. 4, 2004 5 Liberty Oct. 30, 2004 – Sept. 3, 2005 5 Liberty Nov. 4, 2006 – Sept. 8, 2007

AVERAGE HOME ATTENDANCE 14,931 Liberty 14,190 Liberty 13,147 Liberty 11,128 Liberty 8,464 Liberty 8,134 Coastal Carolina 7,732 VMI 7,516 Coastal Carolina 7,327 Coastal Carolina 7,099 Liberty

LONGEST WIN STREAK, SINGLE SEASON 9 Charleston Southern 2006 8 Coastal Carolina 2004 8 Coastal Carolina 2006 7 Coastal Carolina 2005 6 Liberty 2008 6 Liberty 2009 5 Charleston Southern 2005 5 Liberty 2007

2009 2007 2008 2006 2004 2006 2006 2007 2005 2002

COMBINED TOTAL HOME ATTENDANCE 260,998 2008 (7 teams) 227,263 2009 (7 teams) 209,668 2007 (5 teams) 191,476 2006 (5 teams) 157,465 2004 (5 teams) 141,981 2005 (5 teams) 140,593 2003 (5 teams) 101,185 2002 (4 teams)

(6 games) (6 games) (7 games) (6 games) (6 games) (6 games) (4 games) (6 games) (5 games) (6 games)

LONGEST CONFERENCE GAME WIN STREAK 16 Liberty Nov. 11, 2006 – Nov. 14, 2009 8 Coastal Carolina Nov. 22, 2003 – Oct. 29, 2005 7 Gardner-Webb Oct. 5, 2002 – Nov. 8, 2003 5 Charleston Southern Nov. 5, 2005 – Nov. 4, 2006 5 Coastal Carolina Oct. 14, 2006 – Oct. 27, 2007 5 Stony Brook Nov. 15, 2008 – Oct. 31, 2009

41 home dates 35 home dates 28 home dates 28 home dates 28 home dates 31 home dates 29 home dates 23 home dates

LONGEST HOME WIN STREAK 12 Coastal Carolina 12 Charleston Southern 11 Gardner-Webb 11 Liberty 7 Charleston Southern

COMBINED AVERAGE HOME ATTENDANCE 7,488 2007 (5 teams) 28 home dates 6,838 2006 (5 teams) 28 home dates 6,493 2009 (7 teams) 35 home dates 6,366 2008 (7 teams) 41 home dates 5,624 2004 (5 teams) 28 home dates 4,848 2003 (5 teams) 29 home dates 4,580 2005 (5 teams) 31 home dates 4,399 2002 (4 teams) 23 home dates

LONGEST ROAD WIN STREAK 5 Liberty 4 Gardner-Webb 4 Charleston Southern 3 several times

Sept. 11, 2004 – Nov. 12, 2005 Oct. 15, 2005 – Oct. 6, 2007 August 31, 2002 – Nov. 15, 2003 Nov. 4, 2006 – Oct. 11, 2008 Sept. 27, 2008 – Oct. 3, 2009

Oct. 20, 2007 – Oct. 4, 2008 Sept. 21, 2002 – Nov. 9, 2002 Nov. 5, 2005 – Oct. 7, 2006

BIG SOUTH FINAL NATIONAL POLL RANKINGS YEAR

CSU

CCU

GWU

LU

PC

SBU

2002

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22/24--/15

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VMI N/A

2003

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2006

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14/15/14/9

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The Sports Network ranking is listed first, followed by the Coaches poll, College Sporting News and Weekly Football Gazette Top 40. Notes: College Sporting News began publishing a final poll in 2004 … The Coaches poll has been conducted by ESPN/USA Today (2002-05), College Sporting News (2006) and FCS (2007-present) … Weekly Football Gazette discontinued its weekly FCS poll in 2007 RV- Received Votes

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ANNUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS INDIVIDUAL RUSHING YARDS 2002 Dre Barnes, Liberty 2003 Dre Barnes, Liberty 2004 Patrick Hall, Coastal Carolina 2005 Andre Copeland, Charleston Southern 2006 Sean Mizzer, VMI 2007 Howard Abegesah, VMI 2008 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 2009 Howard Abegesah, VMI

GP YARDS 11 1,304 12 1,347 11 1,107 11 721 11 1,022 11 1,121 11 1,500 11 964

RUSHING YARDS PER GAME 2002 Dre Barnes, Liberty 2003 Dre Barnes, Liberty 2004 Patrick Hall, Coastal Carolina 2005 Andre Copeland, Charleston Southern 2006 Sean Mizzer, VMI 2007 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 2008 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 2009 Edwin Gowins, Stony Brook

GP 11 12 11 11 11 11 11 10

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 2002 Rashaud Palmer, Elon 2003 Aundres Perkins, Coastal Carolina Eugene Goodman, Liberty 2004 Patrick Hall, Coastal Carolina 2005 Aundres Perkins, Coastal Carolina 2006 Zach Terrell, Liberty 2007 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 2008 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 2009 Patrick Hall, Gardner-Webb

GP 11 9 11 11 11 11 9 11 10

TD 9 14 14 13 12 13 15 17 12

PASS COMPLETIONS 2002 Jeremy Martin, Gardner-Webb 2003 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 2004 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 2005 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 2006 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 2007 Brock Smith, Liberty 2008 Tribble Reese, Charleston Southern 2009 Stan Doolittle, Gardner-Webb

GP 10 12 10 11 11 11 12 11

COMP 193 203 212 217 223 150 189 215

PASS COMPLETION PCT (min. 200 attempts) 2002 Jeremy Martin, Gardner-Webb 2003 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 2004 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 2005 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 2006 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 2007 Brock Smith, Liberty 2008 Brock Smith, Liberty 2009 Tommy Beecher, Liberty

GP 10 12 10 11 11 11 12 10

ATT 326 338 340 308 319 245 278 227

PASSING YARDAGE 2002 Jeremy Martin, Gardner-Webb 2003 Jonathan Wilson, VMI 2004 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 2005 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 2006 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina 2007 Brock Smith, Liberty 2008 Brock Smith, Liberty 2009 Stan Doolittle, Gardner-Webb

GP YARDS 10 2,166 12 2,260 10 2,532 11 2,594 12 3,296 11 2,226 12 2,620 11 2,268

PASSING YARDAGE PER GAME 2002 Jeremy Martin, Gardner-Webb 2003 Jonathan Wilson, VMI 2004 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 2005 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 2006 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina 2007 Brock Smith, Liberty 2008 Brock Smith, Liberty 2009 Stan Doolittle, Gardner-Webb

GP YARDS AVG/G 10 2,166 216.6 12 2,260 188.3 10 2,532 253.2 11 2,594 235.8 12 3,296 274.7 11 2,226 202.4 12 2,620 218.3 11 2,268 206.2

TOUCHDOWN PASSES 2002 Jeremy Martin, Gardner-Webb 2003 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 2004 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 2005 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 2006 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina 2007 Brock Smith, Liberty 2008 Tribble Reese, Charleston Southern 2009 Michael Coulter, Stony Brook

GP 10 12 10 11 12 11 12 11

ATT YARDS 221 1,304 229 1,347 155 1,107 158 721 209 1,022 191 1,113 263 1,500 145 890

TD 17 20 21 20 29 19 23 15

YPC 5.9 5.9 7.1 4.6 4.9 5.8 5.7 6.1

AVG/G 118.5 112.2 100.6 65.5 92.9 123.7 136.4 89.0

ATT 326 338 340 356 319 245 310 347 COMP 193 203 212 195 223 150 179 154

PCT 59.2 60.1 62.4 63.3 69.9 61.2 64.4 67.8

TD INT 17 4 20 12 21 8 16 16 21 14 19 7 19 6 9 5

PASSING EFFICIENCY 2002 Jeremy Martin, Gardner-Webb 2003 Jonathan Wilson, VMI 2004 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 2005 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 2006 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina 2007 Brock Smith, Liberty 2008 Brock Smith, Liberty 2009 Tommy Beecher, Liberty

GP 10 12 10 11 12 11 12 10

TOTAL OFFENSIVE YARDS 2002 Jeremy Martin, Gardner-Webb 2003 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 2004 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 2005 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 2006 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina 2007 Brock Smith, Liberty 2008 Brock Smith, Liberty 2009 Stan Doolittle, Gardner-Webb

GP 10 12 11 11 12 11 12 11

PLYS YARDS 440 2,527 475 2,585 469 2,773 478 2,772 452 3,952 277 2,265 316 2,707 454 2,577

TOTAL OFFENSE PER GAME 2002 Jeremy Martin, Gardner-Webb 2003 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 2004 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 2005 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 2006 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina 2007 Brock Smith, Liberty 2008 Brock Smith, Liberty 2009 Stan Doolittle, Gardner-Webb

GP 10 12 10 11 12 11 12 11

PLY YARDS 440 2,527 475 2,585 429 2,652 478 2,772 452 3,952 277 2,265 316 2,707 454 2,577

RECEPTIONS 2002 William Andrews, Jr., Gardner-Webb Aaron Dunklin, Charleston Southern 2003 Aaron Dunklin, Charleston Southern 2004 Eddie Gadson, Charleston Southern 2005 Maurice Price, Charleston Southern 2006 Maurice Price, Charleston Southern 2007 Dee Brown, Charleston Southern 2008 Dobson Collins, Gardner-Webb 2009 James Perry III, Gardner-Webb

GP 10 12 12 10 8 11 11 11 11

REC 45 45 79 69 72 103 69 76 61

RECEIVING YARDS 2002 Aaron Dunklin, Charleston Southern 2003 Aaron Dunklin, Charleston Southern 2004 Eddie Gadson, Charleston Southern 2005 Maurice Price, Charleston Southern 2006 Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina 2007 Dee Brown, Charleston Southern 2008 Dominic Bolden, Liberty 2009 James Perry III, Gardner-Webb

GP 12 12 10 8 12 11 12 11

REC YARDS 45 723 79 1,025 69 792 72 1,043 61 1,077 69 898 56 1,056 61 749

TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS 2002 William Andrews, Jr., Gardner-Webb 2003 William Andrews, Jr., Gardner-Webb 2004 Eddie Gadson, Charleston Southern 2005 Duvuaghn Flagler, Gardner-Webb 2006 Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina 2007 Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina 2008 Dobson Collins, Gardner-Webb 2009 Jordan Gush, Stony Brook

GP 10 12 10 11 12 11 11 10

TD 8 13 9 13 16 11 10 6

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS 2002 Dre Barnes, Liberty 2003 Sean Mizzer, VMI 2004 Sean Mizzer, VMI 2005 Duvaughn Flagler, Gardner-Webb 2006 Sean Mizzer, VMI 2007 Tim Maypray, VMI 2008 Gerald Stevenson, Charleston Southern 2009 Tim Maypray, VMI

GP 11 12 11 11 11 11 12 11

RUSH 1,304 1,244 729 26 1,022 391 298 519

INTERCEPTIONS 2002 Lamar Ingram, Gardner-Webb 2003 Musa Sarki, VMI 2004 Quinton Teal, Coastal Carolina 2005 Quinton Teal, Coastal Carolina 2006 Dewitt Myers, Coastal Carolina Jon Carmon, Charleston Southern Quinton Teal, Coastal Carolina 2007 Marrio Norman, Coastal Carolina 2008 Philip Ashley, Charleston Southern 2009 Josh Norman, Coastal Carolina

GP 9 12 11 11 10 11 12 8 12 11

INT 5 5 6 5 4 4 4 5 6 8

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EFFIC 129.8 128.9 140.6 135.6 167.4 157.4 161.8 139.4

AVG/G 252.7 215.4 265.2 252.0 329.3 205.9 225.6 234.3

RCV PR 169 0 248 0 169 77 826 0 121 12 615 80 551 60 152 207

KR 66 17 505 507 147 889 921 972

YDS 1,539 1,509 1,480 1,359 1,302 1,975 1,830 1,850


ANNUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS TOTAL TACKLES 2002 Mario Williams, Gardner-Webb 2003 Derik Screen, VMI 2004 Robert Mason, VMI 2005 Justin Huggard, VMI 2006 Jada Ross, Charleston Southern 2007 Jada Ross, Charleston Southern 2008 Jeffery Williams, Gardner-Webb 2009 Marty Patterson, Gardner-Webb

GP 10 12 11 11 11 11 11 11

TT 120 144 120 136 127 131 119 110

QUARTERBACK SACKS 2002 Aaron DeBerry, Liberty 2003 Vicheal Foxx, VMI 2004 Kelvin McIver, Coastal Carolina Harold Wells, Gardner-Webb 2005 Eric Hall, VMI Brian Johnston, Gardner-Webb 2006 Brian Johnston, Gardner-Webb 2007 Vince Redd, Liberty 2008 Adam McKinney, Presbyterian 2009 Phillip Oboh, Coastal Carolina

GP 11 12 11 11 11 11 11 11 12 11

SK 8.0 7.0 7.0 7.0 5.0 5.0 7.5 6.5 7.5 6.5

TACKLES FOR LOSS 2002 Mike Warren, Elon 2003 Vicheal Foxx, VMI 2004 Harold Wells, Gardner-Webb 2005 Jason Horn, Liberty 2006 Dennis Justiniani, Charleston Southern 2007 Brian Johnston, Gardner-Webb 2008 Antwan Thomas, Presbyterian 2009 Tyler Santucci, Stony Brook Marty Patterson, Gardner-Webb

GP 11 12 11 11 11 11 12 11 11

TFL 13.0 17.0 22.5 13.0 15.0 24.0 18.5 14.0 14.0

YDS 43 62 74 47 44 115 78 57 51

PUNT RETURN AVERAGE (min. 1.2 returns/pg) 2002 Mike Washington, Charleston Southern 2003 Adrian Hall, Liberty 2004 Allen Davis, Gardner-Webb 2005 Kory Alston, Gardner-Webb 2006 C.J. Hirschman, Charleston Southern 2007 Wynton Jackson, Liberty 2008 Dominic Bolden, Liberty 2009 Tim Maypray, VMI

GP 12 10 11 10 11 10 12 11

PR 20 18 14 15 19 17 17 16

YDS 208 169 141 247 258 227 308 207

TD 0 0 0 2 1 2 2 1

AVG 10.4 9.4 10.1 16.5 13.6 13.4 18.1 12.9

KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE (min. 1.2 returns/pg) 2002 Mike Washington, Charleston Southern 2003 Darnell Williams, Coastal Carolina 2004 Ralphel Goodson, Gardner-Webb 2005 Duvaughn Flagler, Gardner-Webb 2006 Duvaughn Flagler, Gardner-Webb 2007 Dominic Bolden, Liberty 2008 Gerald Stevenson, Charleston Southern 2009 David Montgomery, Gardner-Webb

GP 12 11 11 11 11 11 12 11

KR 33 21 23 20 19 21 37 23

YDS 831 519 518 507 412 671 921 522

TD 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

AVG 25.2 24.7 22.5 25.4 21.7 32.0 24.9 22.7

OVERALL SCORING 2002 Andrew Harmon, Gardner-Webb 2003 Matt Sharpe, VMI 2004 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina 2005 Duvaughn Flagler, Gardner-Webb Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina 2006 Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina 2007 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 2008 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 2009 Matt Bevins, Liberty

GP 10 12 11 11 11 12 9 11 11

TD 0 0 0 13 0 16 17 19 0

XPT 25 40 53 2 38 0 2 0 41

FG 11 17 10 0 14 0 0 0 22

PTS 58 91 83 80 80 96 104 114 107

KICK SCORING 2002 Andrew Harmon, Gardner-Webb 2003 Matt Sharpe, VMI 2004 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina 2005 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina 2006 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina 2007 Noah Greenbaum, Liberty 2008 Ryan Gates, Gardner-Webb 2009 Matt Bevins, Liberty

GP 10 12 11 11 12 11 11 11

PAT 25-28 40-42 53-54 38-38 49-50 56-59 27-39 41-42

FG 11-17 17-24 10-14 14-22 10-17 15-19 16-22 22-26

PTS 58 91 83 80 79 101 75 107

TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 2002 Rashaud Palmer, Elon 2003 Aundres Perkins, Coastal Carolina Eugene Goodman, Liberty 2004 Patrick Hall, Coastal Carolina 2005 Duvaughn Flagler, Gardner-Webb 2006 Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina 2007 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 2008 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 2009 Patrick Hall, Gardner-Webb

GP 11 9 11 11 11 12 9 11 11

TD 9 14 14 13 13 16 17 19 12

RUSH 9 14 14 13 0 0 15 17 12

PASS 0 0 0 0 13 16 2 2 0

FIELD GOALS MADE 2002 Andrew Harmon, Gardner-Webb 2003 Matt Sharpe, VMI 2004 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina 2005 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina 2006 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina Barrett Way, VMI 2007 Noah Greenbaum, Liberty 2008 Ryan Gates, Gardner-Webb 2009 Matt Bevins, Liberty

GP 10 12 11 11 12 11 11 11 11

FG 11 17 10 14 10 10 15 16 22

PUNTING AVERAGE (min. 3.6 punts per game) 2002 Adam Resnick, Charleston Southern 2003 Graham Whitlock, Gardner-Webb 2004 Graham Whitlock, Gardner-Webb 2005 Noah Crouch, Liberty 2006 Michael Hanna, Gardner-Webb 2007 Michael Hanna, Gardner-Webb 2008 Ben Erdman, Coastal Carolina 2009 Marc Ray, VMI

GP 11 12 11 11 11 11 12 10

NO YARDS 45 1,734 57 2,593 60 2,503 56 2,215 46 2,000 38 1,544 48 1,822 41 1,595

AVG 38.5 45.5 41.7 39.6 43.5 40.6 38.0 38.9

TEAM

RET 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SCORING OFFENSE 2002 Gardner-Webb 2003 VMI 2004 Coastal Carolina 2005 Gardner-Webb 2006 Coastal Carolina 2007 Liberty 2008 VMI 2009 Liberty

GP 10 12 11 11 12 11 11 11

TD 35 44 55 51 54 61 51 48

XP 26 40 53 48 49 56 48 46

2XP 3 1 0 1 2 1 0 0

DXP 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 0

FG 12 17 10 10 10 15 6 22

SAF 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0

PTS 278 359 413 386 411 469 378 400

SCORING DEFENSE 2002 Gardner-Webb 2003 Gardner-Webb 2004 Coastal Carolina 2005 Coastal Carolina 2006 Liberty 2007 Liberty 2008 Liberty 2009 Liberty

GP 10 12 11 11 11 11 12 11

TD 28 29 24 28 22 33 29 25

XP 23 27 19 23 19 27 25 23

2XP 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 1

DXP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

FG 3 17 3 9 7 6 7 11

SAF 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 1

PTS AVG 204 20.4 254 21.2 176 16.0 220 20.0 172 15.6 245 22.3 224 18.7 210 19.1

RUSHING OFFENSE 2002 Elon 2003 Liberty 2004 Coastal Carolina 2005 Coastal Carolina 2006 VMI 2007 VMI 2008 VMI 2009 VMI

GP 11 12 11 11 11 11 11 11

ATT YARDS 594 2,454 542 2,614 522 3,058 494 2,228 511 2,273 647 3,115 614 3,932 578 3,044

YPC 4.1 4.8 5.9 4.5 4.4 4.8 6.4 5.3

TD 25 26 40 28 16 23 37 23

AVG/G 223.1 217.8 278.0 202.5 206.6 283.2 357.5 276.7

RUSHING DEFENSE 2002 Elon 2003 Gardner-Webb 2004 Coastal Carolina 2005 Coastal Carolina 2006 Charleston Southern 2007 Liberty 2008 Gardner-Webb 2009 Gardner-Webb

GP 11 12 11 11 11 11 11 11

ATT YARDS 417 1,725 457 1,714 399 1,541 447 1,598 393 1,197 439 1,413 362 1,301 401 1,402

YPC 4.1 3.8 3.9 3.6 3.0 3.2 3.6 3.5

TD 20 14 9 19 12 15 14 12

AVG/G 156.8 142.8 140.1 145.3 108.8 128.5 118.3 127.5

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 2002 Elon 2003 Coastal Carolina 2004 Coastal Carolina 2005 Coastal Carolina 2006 Liberty Coastal Carolina 2007 Liberty 2008 VMI 2009 Liberty

GP 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

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TD 25 34 40 28 23 23 32 37 31

AVG 27.8 29.9 37.5 35.1 34.2 42.6 34.4 36.4


ANNUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS PASSING OFFENSE 2002 Gardner-Webb 2003 VMI 2004 Charleston Southern 2005 Gardner-Webb 2006 Coastal Carolina 2007 Charleston Southern 2008 Presbyterian 2009 Presbyterian

GP 10 12 10 11 12 11 12 11

ATT COMP 337 201 308 179 363 220 420 257 353 223 418 236 494 297 411 228

PCT YARDS 59.6 2,220 58.1 2,509 60.6 2,599 61.2 2,914 63.2 3,429 56.5 2,706 60.1 3,191 55.5 2,596

TD 17 15 22 24 30 21 17 16

INT AVG/G 4 222.0 8 209.1 10 259.9 20 264.9 11 285.8 24 246.0 18 265.9 26 236.0

PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 2002 Charleston Southern 2003 Coastal Carolina 2004 Liberty 2005 Gardner-Webb 2006 Charleston Southern 2007 Liberty 2008 Liberty 2009 VMI

GP 12 11 11 11 11 11 12 11

PR 24 27 20 21 21 29 23 18

YDS 267 296 239 365 291 413 336 257

TD 1 2 3 2 2 4 2 1

AVG 11.1 11.0 11.9 17.4 13.9 14.2 14.6 14.3

PASSING DEFENSE 2002 Gardner-Webb 2003 Charleston Southern 2004 Charleston Southern 2005 VMI 2006 Coastal Carolina 2007 Coastal Carolina 2008 Coastal Carolina 2009 Charleston Southern

GP 10 12 10 11 12 11 12 11

ATT COMP 211 110 293 157 240 142 283 174 277 146 218 118 336 188 283 160

PCT YARDS 52.1 1,488 53.6 2,120 59.2 1,318 61.5 1,942 52.7 1,836 54.1 1,555 56.0 2,247 56.5 1,753

TD 9 24 12 13 11 11 18 11

INT AVG/G 16 148.8 8 176.7 8 131.8 11 176.5 19 153.0 18 141.4 11 187.2 12 159.4

KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE 2002 Elon 2003 Coastal Carolina 2004 Coastal Carolina 2005 Gardner-Webb 2006 Liberty 2007 Liberty 2008 Gardner-Webb 2009 Liberty

GP 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

KR 52 43 29 34 32 41 48 39

YDS 990 883 629 791 818 970 1,090 881

TD 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 1

AVG 19.0 20.5 21.7 23.3 25.6 23.7 22.7 22.6

PASSING EFFICIENCY 2002 Gardner-Webb 2003 VMI 2004 Charleston Southern 2005 Charleston Southern 2006 Coastal Carolina 2007 Liberty 2008 VMI 2009 Liberty

GP 10 12 10 11 12 11 11 11

ATT COMP 337 201 308 179 363 220 363 221 353 223 263 163 86 36 310 211

PCT YARDS 59.6 2,220 58.1 2,509 60.6 2,599 60.9 2,666 63.2 3,429 62.0 2,351 41.9 853 68.1 2,228

TD 17 15 22 20 30 21 12 13

INT 4 8 10 10 11 7 5 5

EFF. 129.3 137.4 135.2 135.2 166.6 158.1 159.6 139.0

SACKS BY 2002 Charleston Southern 2003 Gardner-Webb 2004 Coastal Carolina 2005 Coastal Carolina 2006 Charleston Southern 2007 Coastal Carolina 2008 Presbyterian 2009 Coastal Carolina Gardner-Webb

GP 12 12 11 11 11 11 12 11 11

SK 31 29 24 23 25 27 24 25 25

YDS 171 144 154 159 148 172 159 197 142

PASS DEFENSE EFFICIENCY 2002 Gardner-Webb 2003 VMI 2004 Coastal Carolina 2005 Coastal Carolina 2006 Coastal Carolina 2007 Coastal Carolina 2008 Liberty 2009 Charleston Southern

GP 10 12 11 11 12 11 12 11

ATT COMP 211 110 351 176 359 159 333 195 277 146 218 118 387 226 283 160

PCT YARDS 52.1 1,488 50.1 2,234 44.3 1,909 58.6 2,114 52.7 1,836 54.1 1,555 58.4 2,505 56.5 1,753

TD 9 13 14 8 11 11 11 11

INT 16 17 27 17 19 18 12 12

EFF. 110.3 106.1 86.8 109.6 107.8 114.2 115.9 112.9

TOTAL OFFENSE 2002 Gardner-Webb 2003 VMI 2004 Coastal Carolina 2005 Gardner-Webb 2006 Coastal Carolina 2007 Liberty 2008 Liberty 2009 Liberty

GP RUSH 10 1929 12 2172 11 3058 11 1937 12 2188 11 2375 12 2562 11 1937

PASS 2220 2509 1325 2914 3429 2351 2798 2228

PLY YARDS YPP 738 4,149 5.6 791 4,681 5.9 724 4,383 6.1 870 4,851 5.6 787 5,617 7.1 694 4,726 6.8 786 5,360 6.8 695 4,165 6.0

TD YDS/G 33 414.9 41 390.1 51 398.5 48 441.0 53 468.1 53 429.6 48 446.7 44 378.6

INTERCEPTIONS 2002 Gardner-Webb Charleston Southern 2003 Coastal Carolina VMI 2004 Coastal Carolina 2005 Coastal Carolina 2006 Coastal Carolina 2007 Liberty Coastal Carolina 2008 Gardner-Webb Charleston Southern 2009 Coastal Carolina

GP 10 12 11 12 11 11 12 11 11 11 12 11

INT 16 16 17 17 27 17 19 18 18 13 13 21

YDS 141 142 162 229 380 114 132 288 175 111 165 212

TOTAL DEFENSE 2002 Gardner-Webb 2003 Gardner-Webb 2004 Coastal Carolina 2005 Coastal Carolina 2006 Liberty 2007 Gardner-Webb 2008 Liberty 2009 Liberty

GP RUSH 10 1936 12 1714 11 1541 11 1598 11 1433 11 1849 12 1511 11 1666

PASS 1488 2131 1909 2114 1940 1946 2505 1888

PLY YARDS YPP 629 3,424 5.4 802 3,845 4.8 758 3,450 4.6 780 3,712 4.8 665 3,373 5.1 796 3,795 4.8 799 4,016 5.0 673 3,554 5.3

TD YDS/G 27 342.4 23 320.4 23 313.6 27 337.5 21 306.6 31 345.0 28 334.7 24 323.1

NET PUNTING AVERAGE 2002 Elon 2003 Gardner-Webb 2004 Liberty 2005 Liberty 2006 Gardner-Webb 2007 Liberty 2008 Presbyterian 2009 Liberty

GP 11 12 11 11 11 11 12 11

NO YARDS 56 2,016 58 2,544 52 1,993 57 2,265 48 2,078 39 1,595 54 1,990 41 1,479

TOTAL TOUCHDOWNS 2002 Gardner-Webb 2003 Gardner-Webb 2004 Coastal Carolina 2005 Gardner-Webb 2006 Coastal Carolina 2007 Liberty 2008 VMI Liberty 2009 Liberty

GP RUSH 10 16 12 20 11 40 11 24 12 23 11 32 11 37 12 29 11 31

PASS 17 22 11 24 30 21 12 19 13

RET 2 0 4 3 1 8 2 3 4

TD 35 42 55 51 54 61 51 51 48

TURNOVER MARGIN 2002 Gardner-Webb 2003 Coastal Carolina 2004 Coastal Carolina 2005 Coastal Carolina 2006 Charleston Southern Liberty 2007 Coastal Carolina 2008 Liberty 2009 Liberty

GP 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 12 11

INT 16 17 27 17 18 8 18 12 17

TOT 27 34 38 26 26 14 32 23 29

FL 9 12 10 15 4 3 9 9 3

FR 11 17 11 9 8 6 14 11 12

INT TOT 4 13 10 22 6 16 7 22 16 20 5 8 8 17 6 15 5 8

MAR +14 +12 +22 +4 +6 +6 +15 +8 +21

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AVG 36.0 43.9 38.3 39.7 43.3 40.9 36.9 36.1

PR 124 353 208 139 311 123 23 44

AVG 2.2 6.1 4.0 2.4 6.5 3.2 1.4 1.1

NET 33.8 37.8 34.3 37.3 36.8 37.7 35.5 34.0


ALL-TIME LONGEST PLAYS LONGEST RUSH FROM SCRIMMAGE 86t Mike Tolbert, Coastal Carolina vs. VMI (10-27-07) 83t Michael Rainey-Wiles, VMI vs. Lock Haven (9-1-07) 82t Danny Broggin, Liberty vs. Coastal Carolina (10-17-09) 80t Rashaud Palmer, Elon vs. Liberty (11-9-02) 80t Mike Tolbert, Coastal Carolina at VMI (10-14-06) 80t Brandon Jackson, Gardner-Webb vs. Savannah State (11-3-07) 79t Sam Gado, Liberty vs. Gardner-Webb (10-2-04) 77t Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina vs. VMI (10-29-05) 76 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina at Gardner-Webb (11-11-06) 75t Zach Terrell, Liberty vs. St. Francis, Pa. (9-29-07)

LONGEST FIELD GOAL 53 Matt Sharpe, VMI at Coastal Carolina (11-1-03) 53 Barrett Way, VMI vs. Liberty (11-6-04) 51 Barrett Way, VMI vs. Gardner-Webb (10-22-05) 51 John Paglia, Charleston Southern vs. Stony Brook (11-14-09) 50 Hunter Smith, Gardner-Webb vs. Southeastern Louisiana (11-20-04) 50 Hunter Smith, Gardner-Webb vs. Hampton (10-8-05) 50 Matt Bevins, Liberty at Charleston Southern (10-24-09) 49 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina vs. Delaware State (9-24-05) 49 Ryan Gates, Gardner-Webb vs. Coastal Carolina (11-8-08) 49 Matt Bevins, Liberty at West Virginia (9-5-09)

LONGEST RUSH FROM SCRIMMAGE, QUARTERBACK 77t Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina vs. VMI (10-29-05) 76 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina at Gardner-Webb (11-11-06) 71t Kyle Hughes, VMI at Robert Morris (9-29-07) 70t Mike Brown, Liberty at Stony Brook (11-21-09) 69 Cam Jones, VMI vs. Old Dominion (11-21-09) 68 Cam Jones, VMI at Army (11-14-09) 66t Kyle Hughes, VMI at Richmond (9-26-09) 66t Kyle Hughes, VMI vs. Charleston Southern (10-31-09) 64t Tim Maypray, VMI at William & Mary (9-13-08) 60t Tim Maypray, VMI vs. Chowan (9-20-08) 60t Tim Maypray, VMI at Stony Brook (11-15-08) 60t Tim Maypray, VMI vs. Presbyterian (11-22-08)

LONGEST FIELD GOAL ATTEMPT 57 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina vs. Delaware State, 9-24-05 (no good) 55 Jay Kelley, Liberty vs. Western Carolina, 8-31-02 (no good) 55 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina vs. Charleston (WV), 10-9-04 (no good) 53 Matt Sharpe, VMI at Coastal Carolina, 11-1-03 (good) 53 Barrett Way, VMI vs. Liberty, 11-6-04 (good) 52 Matt Sharpe, VMI at Davidson, 9-6-03 (no good) 52 Scott Kiovsky, Liberty vs. Hofstra, 11-22-03 (no good) 51 Scott Kiovsky, Liberty at James Madison, 8-30-03 (no good) 51 Nick Ellis, Charleston Southern at The Citadel, 9-3-05 (no good) 51 Nick Ellis, Charleston Southern vs. Presbyterian, 9-10-05 (no good) 51 Barrett Way, VMI vs. Gardner-Webb, 10-22-05 (good) 51 Ryan Gates, Gardner-Webb at Charleston Southern, 10-4-08 (no good) 51 John Paglia, Charleston Southern vs. VMI, 11-1-08 (no good) 51 John Paglia, Charleston Southern vs. Stony Brook, 11-14-09 (good)

LONGEST PASS COMPLETION 90t Kyle Hughes to Zach Collins, VMI vs. Coastal Carolina (10-11-08) 87t Kyle Hughes to Tim Maypray, VMI vs. Charleston Southern (11-3-07) 86t Clint Chappell to Brad Moultrie, Charleston So. at Presbyterian (9-14-02) 86 Brock Smith to Brandon Turner, Liberty vs. Coastal Carolina (11-3-07) 84t Nick Roberts to Kory Alston, Gardner-Webb at Tennessee Tech (9-4-04) 81t Collin Drafts to Bryant Burch, Charleston So. vs. Gardner-Webb (11-4-06) 80t Tyler Thigpen to Santini Washington, Coastal Carolina at Wofford (9-9-06) 80t Collin Drafts to Maurice Price, Charleston Southern vs. VMI (10-21-06) 80t Tommy Beecher to Mike Brown, Liberty at Gardner-Webb (11-14-09) 76t Adrian Hall to Erick Harris, Liberty at Akron (10-12-02) LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURN 100t Antwain Harvey, Charleston Southern at Presbyterian (11-7-09) 94t Erick Harris, Liberty vs. Norfolk State (11-22-03) 90t Robert Mason, VMI vs. Lehigh (9-24-05) 75 Philip Ashley, Charleston Southern vs. North Greenville (9-27-08) 74 Quinton Teal, Coastal Carolina at Savannah State (11-5-05) 72t Daniel Cooke, Gardner-Webb vs. Presbyterian (10-18-08) 70t Justin Huggard, VMI vs. Charleston Southern (10-11-03) 67 Bo Tribble, Presbyterian vs. Fayetteville State (9-6-08) 65t William Haith, Liberty at VMI (10-26-02) 65t Mario Williams, Gardner-Webb at Tennessee Tech (9-4-04) LONGEST FUMBLE RETURN 99t Randall State, Liberty at Akron (10-12-02) 87t Bryant Youngblood, VMI at Liberty (11-10-07) 79t Vincent Graves, Elon vs. Johnson C. Smith (9-21-02) 77t Jada Ross, Charleston Southern at Gardner-Webb (10-27-07) 75t Bo Tribble, Presbyterian at Elon (9-13-08) 57 Calvin Sutton, Elon at East Tennessee State (10-19-02) 56 Joseph Kirkpatrick, Stony Brook at Charleston Southern (11-14-09) 53t Okeba Rollinson, Charleston Southern at VMI (11-3-07) 49t Lee Bishop, Liberty at Central Florida (9-28-02) 48 Brian Leonardi, Presbyterian vs. VMI (10-24-09)

LONGEST PUNT 73 Graham Whitlock, Gardner-Webb at Georgia Southern (9-7-02) 71 Graham Whitlock, Gardner-Webb at Liberty (10-5-02) 71 Mike Larsson, Liberty at Charleston Southern (10-24-09) 68 Jay Kelley, Liberty at Akron (10-12-02) 65 Graham Whitlock, Gardner-Webb vs. Chattanooga (9-20-03) 65 Graham Whitlock, Gardner-Webb at Wofford (11-6-04) 64 Graham Whitlock, Gardner-Webb at Montana State (9-6-03) 64 Michael Hanna, Gardner-Webb at Ohio (9-1-07) 63 Nik Zdral, Charleston Southern at Presbyterian (9-14-02) 63 Jay Kelley, Liberty vs. Gardner-Webb (10-5-22) 63 Nick Ellis, Charleston Southern at Gardner-Webb (11-5-05) 63 Patrick Sweeney, VMI at Stony Brook (11-15-08) LONGEST PUNT RETURN 88t Wynton Jackson, Liberty vs. Shippensburg (9-8-07) 87t Greg Williamson, Coastal Carolina at Davidson (11-8-03) 86t Tim Maypray, VMI vs. Gardner-Webb (10-3-09) 80t Kory Alston, Gardner-Webb at Jacksonville (9-2-06) 76t Kory Alston, Gardner-Webb vs. Charleston Southern (11-5-05) 74t Dominic Bolden, Liberty vs. Elon (11-22-08) 72t Dominic Bolden, Liberty vs. Glenville State (9-6-08) 65t Wynton Jackson, Liberty vs. Tusculum (9-1-07) 65t Jonathan Crawford, Liberty vs. VMI (11-10-07) 63t C.J. Hirschman, Charleston Southern at Liberty (11-11-06) LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN 100t David Montgomery, Gardner-Webb vs. Liberty (11-14-09) 99t Tim Maypray, VMI vs. The Citadel (11-17-07) 98t Mike Washington, Charleston Southern at South Florida (11-2-02) 97t Sam Gado, Liberty at Coastal Carolina (10-23-04) 97t Dominic Bolden, Liberty at VMI (11-18-06) 93t Dominic Bolden, Liberty at Coastal Carolina (10-28-06) 89 Kijana Thomas, Charleston Southern vs. Liberty (11-1-03) 89t Deon Lee, Charleston Southern vs. Stony Brook (11-14-09) 86 Mike Washington, Charleston Southern at West Liberty State (9-28-02) 86t Tim Maypray, VMI at James Madison (9-15-07)

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SINGLE-GAME INDIVIDUAL RECORDS OFFENSE POINTS SCORED (NON-KICKING) 24 Eugene Goodman, Liberty vs. VMI (10-4-03) 24 Aundres Perkins, Coastal Carolina vs. Charleston Southern (11-20-04) 24 Andre Copeland, Charleston Southern vs. West Virginia Wesleyan (10-15-05) 24 Maurice Price, Charleston Southern vs. Savannah State (10-22-05) 24 Tim Maypray, VMI vs. Presbyterian (11-22-08) 20 Rashad Jennings, Liberty at William & Mary (9-15-07) 20 Mike Tolbert, Coastal Carolina at Charleston Southern (11-17-07) TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 4 Eugene Goodman, Liberty vs. VMI (10-4-03) 4 Aundres Perkins, Coastal Carolina vs. Charleston Southern (11-20-04) 4 Andre Copeland, Charleston Southern vs. West Virginia Wesleyan (10-15-05) 4 Maurice Price, Charleston Southern vs. Savannah State (10-22-05) 4 Tim Maypray, VMI vs. Presbyterian (11-22-08) TOTAL OFFENSE 452 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern vs. Gardner-Webb (11-4-06) 428 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb vs. Tennessee-Martin (9-24-05) 425 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina at Gardner-Webb (11-11-06) 423 Eli Byrd, Charleston Southern at North Greenville (9-29-07) 409 Devin Campbell, Gardner-Webb vs. VMI (10-25-08) 400 Devin Campbell, Gardner-Webb at Stony Brook (11-1-08) 398 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern vs. Allen (11-6-04) 389 Sidney Bryant, Charleston Southern vs. Presbyterian (11-10-07) 386 Jeremy Martin, Gardner-Webb vs. Savannah State (11-16-02) 386 Zach MacDowall, Coastal Carolina vs. Stony Brook (10-25-08) RUSHING YARDS 278 Edwin Gowins, Stony Brook at Iona (11-8-08) 274 Lance Byrd, Presbyterian vs. Charleston Southern (11-7-09) 250 Edwin Gowins, Stony Brook vs. VMI (11-15-08) 245 Rashaud Palmer, Elon vs. Liberty (11-9-02) 244 Mike Tolbert, Coastal Carolina vs. VMI (10-27-07) 241 Zach Terrell, Liberty vs. Chattanooga (10-8-05) 235 Tim Maypray, VMI vs. Presbyterian (11-22-08) 233 Conte Cuttino, Stony Brook vs. VMI (11-15-08) 230 Dre Barnes, Liberty vs. Norfolk State (11-8-03) 226 Andre Copeland, Charleston Southern vs. West Virginia Wesleyan (10-15-05) RUSHING ATTEMPTS 40 Eugene Goodman, Liberty vs. Hofstra (11-22-03) 38 Dre Barnes, Liberty vs. Eastern Kentucky (11-2-02) 35 Rashad Jennings, Liberty at Coastal Carolina (10-4-08) 34 Aundres Perkins, Coastal Carolina at North Greenville (9-25-03) 33 Lance Byrd, Presbyterian vs. Charleston Southern (11-7-09) 32 Dre Barnes, Liberty vs. VMI (10-4-03) 32 Zach Terrell, Liberty vs. Chattanooga (10-8-05) 32 Nat Jackson, VMI vs. Gardner-Webb (10-22-05) 32 Rashad Jennings, Liberty at Presbyterian (11-1-08) 31 Eugene Goodman, Liberty vs. Coastal Carolina (11-15-03) YARDS PER RUSH (min. 10 attempts) 18.77 Mike Tolbert, Coastal Carolina vs. VMI, 10-27-07 (13 for 244) 15.31 Rashaud Palmer, Elon vs. Liberty, 11-9-02 (16 for 245) 14.63 Edwin Gowins, Stony Brook at Iona, 11-8-08 (19 for 278) 13.18 David Montgomery, Gardner-Webb vs. Jacksonville, 9-8-07 (11 for 145) 12.50 Edwin Gowins, Stony Brook vs. VMI, 11-15-08 (20 for 250) 12.33 Edwin Gowins, Stony Brook vs. Gardner-Webb, 11-1-08 (15 for 185) 12.25 Edwin Gowins, Stony Brook vs. Colgate, 8-30-08 (12 for 147) 12.06 Conte Cuttino, Stony Brook at Iona, 11-8-08 (17 for 205) 11.90 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina at Gardner-Webb, 11-11-06 (10 for 119) 11.82 Patrick Hall, Coastal Carolina at Davidson, 11-8-03 (17 for 201) RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 4 Eugene Goodman, Liberty vs. VMI (10-4-03) 4 Aundres Perkins, Coastal Carolina vs. Charleston Southern (11-20-04) 4 Andre Copeland, Charleston Southern vs. West Virginia Wesleyan (10-15-05) MOST RUSHING YARDS, QUARTERBACK 235 Tim Maypray, VMI vs. Presbyterian (11-22-08) 155 Tim Maypray, VMI vs. Coastal Carolina (10-11-08) 145 Tim Maypray, VMI at Gardner-Webb (10-25-08) 140 C.W. Singletary, Elon at North Carolina A&T (9-28-02) 137 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb vs. Tennessee-Martin (9-24-05) 136 Kyle Hughes, VMI at Robert Morris (9-29-07) 134 Tim Maypray, VMI at William & Mary (9-13-08) 133 Kyle Hughes, VMI at Richmond (9-26-09) 130 Tim Maypray, VMI at Ohio (9-27-08) 119 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina at Gardner-Webb (11-11-06)

MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS, QUARTERBACK 27 James Murdaugh, Elon vs. Hofstra (11-2-02) 26 C.W. Singletary, Elon at North Carolina A&T (9-28-02) 26 Tim Maypray, VMI at William & Mary (9-13-08) 25 Kyle Hughes, VMI vs. Gardner-Webb (10-20-07) 25 Tim Maypray, VMI at Gardner-Webb (10-25-08) 24 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern vs. Tusculum (9-27-03) 23 James Murdaugh, Elon vs. Liberty (11-9-02) 22 James Murdaugh, Elon at Charleston Southern (11-16-02) 22 Brock Farrel, Liberty vs. Coastal Carolina (10-22-05) 22 Tim Maypray, VMI vs. Coastal Carolina (10-11-08) 22 Kyle Hughes, VMI at Richmond (9-26-09) MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS, QUARTERBACK 3 James Murdaugh, Elon vs. Liberty (11-9-02) 3 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina vs. VMI (10-29-05) 3 Tim Maypray, VMI vs. Presbyterian (11-22-08) PASSING YARDS 419 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern vs. Allen (11-6-04) 406 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern vs. Gardner-Webb (11-4-06) 398 Eli Byrd, Charleston Southern at North Greenville (9-29-07) 396 Darren Swiggett, Charleston Southern at The Citadel (11-21-02) 394 Devin Campbell, Gardner-Webb at Stony Brook (11-1-08) 392 Devin Campbell, Gardner-Webb vs. VMI (10-25-08) 382 Sidney Bryant, Charleston Southern vs. Presbyterian (11-10-07) 382 Zach MacDowall, Coastal Carolina vs. Liberty (10-4-08) 372 Tim Webb, Presbyterian at Appalachian State (9-27-08) 351 Jeremy Martin, Gardner-Webb vs. Savannah State (11-16-02) 351 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina at Appalachian State (11-25-06) 351 Tim Webb, Presbyterian at Wofford (8-30-08) PASS COMPLETIONS 37 Tim Webb, Presbyterian at Wofford (8-30-08) 35 Tim Webb, Presbyterian at Appalachian State (9-27-08) 34 Eli Byrd, Charleston Southern at North Greenville (9-29-07) 34 Brandon Miley, Presbyterian at Gardner-Webb (10-18-08) 32 Stan Doolittle, Gardner-Webb at VMI (10-3-09) 31 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern vs. Gardner-Webb (11-4-06) 32 Devin Campbell, Gardner-Webb at Stony Brook (11-1-08) 32 Brandon Miley, Presbyterian at VMI (11-22-08) 30 Sidney Bryant, Charleston Southern vs. Presbyterian (11-10-07) 30 Tribble Reese, Charleston Southern at Wofford (9-6-08) PASSING ATTEMPTS 57 Tim Webb, Presbyterian at Appalachian State (9-27-08) 56 Tim Webb, Presbyterian at Wofford (8-30-08) 56 Brandon Miley, Presbyterian at VMI (11-22-08) 54 Eli Byrd, Charleston Southern at North Greenville (9-29-07) 51 Stan Doolittle, Gardner-Webb at VMI (10-3-09) 50 Darren Swiggett, Charleston Southern at The Citadel (11-21-02) 48 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern at Howard (10-9-04) 48 Sidney Bryant, Charleston Southern vs. Presbyterian (11-10-07) 48 Brandon Miley, Presbyterian at Gardner-Webb (10-18-08) 46 Eli Byrd, Charleston Southern at Wofford (9-8-07) 46 Tribble Reese, Charleston Southern at Wofford (9-6-08) PASS COMPLETION PERCENTAGE (15-19 completions) 88.2 Tommy Beecher, Liberty vs. Presbyterian, 10-31-09 (15-of-17) 83.3 Jonathan Wilson, VMI vs. Davidson, 9-3-05 (15-of-18) 81.8 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb vs. Webber International, 9-13-03 (18-of-22) 80.0 Tommy Beecher, Liberty at Charleston Southern, 10-24-09 (16-of-20) 79.2 A.J. Toscano, Charleston Southern at VMI, 10-31-09 (19-of-24) PASS COMPLETION PERCENTAGE (20-29 completions) 82.8 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern vs. Allen, 11-6-04 (24-of-29) 82.1 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern at Gardner-Webb, 11-5-05 (23-of-28) 81.5 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina at Gardner-Webb, 11-11-06 (22-of-27) 80.6 Mike Brown, Liberty at Lafayette, 9-19-09 (29-of-36) 80.0 A.J. Toscano, Charleston Southern vs. Savannah State, 10-3-09 (21-of-26) PASS COMPLETION PERCENTAGE (min. 30 completions) 75.6 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern vs. Gardner-Webb, 11-4-06 (31-of-41) 72.7 Devin Campbell, Gardner-Webb at Stony Brook, 11-1-08 (32-of-44) 70.8 Brandon Miley, Presbyterian at Gardner-Webb, 10-18-08 (34-of-48) 66.1 Tim Webb, Presbyterian at Wofford, 8-30-08 (37-of-56) 65.2 Tribble Reese, Charleston Southern at Wofford, 9-6-08 (30-of-46) TOUCHDOWN PASSES 5 Jeremy Martin, Gardner-Webb vs. Savannah State (11-16-02) 5 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern vs. North Greenville (10-23-04) 5 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern at The Citadel (9-9-06) 4 several tied with

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SINGLE-GAME INDIVIDUAL RECORDS INTERCEPTIONS THROWN 4 Darren Swiggett, Charleston Southern vs. Gardner-Webb (11-9-02) 4 Darren Swiggett, Charleston Southern at The Citadel (11-21-02) 4 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb vs. Florida International (11-15-03) 4 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb at Morgan State (9-11-04) 4 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern vs. VMI (10-21-06) 4 Tim Webb, Presbyterian at Appalachian State (9-27-08) 4 Brandon Miley, Presbyterian at Gardner-Webb (10-18-08) 4 Brandon Miley, Presbyterian at Old Dominion (10-10-09) 4 Tim Webb, Presbyterian vs. Charleston Southern (11-7-09) RECEPTIONS 14 Duvaughn Flagler, Gardner-Webb vs. Wofford (11-19-05) 14 Chris Summers, Liberty at Lafayette (9-19-09) 13 Eddie Gadson, Charleston Southern at Presbyterian (9-11-04) 13 Maurice Price, Charleston Southern vs. Liberty (11-12-05) 13 Maurice Price, Charleston Southern at Liberty (11-11-06) 13 Dee Brown, Charleston Southern at Wofford (9-8-07) 12 Wynton Jackson, Liberty vs. Youngstown State (9-17-05) 12 Maurice Price, Charleston Southern at The Citadel (9-9-06) 12 Maurice Price, Charleston Southern vs. VMI (10-21-06) 12 S.J. Worrell, Presbyterian at Wofford (8-30-08) 12 Terrance Butler, Presbyterian at Appalachian State (9-27-08)

TACKLES 25 24 22 20 20 20 19

Mario E. Brown, Gardner-Webb at Southeastern Louisiana, 9-30-06 (15 S, 10 A) Mike Pavelko, Gardner-Webb at VMI, 10-22-05 (8 S, 16 A) Mario Williams, Gardner-Webb vs. Savannah State, 11-16-02 (14 S, 8 A) Jada Ross, Charleston Southern vs. North Greenville, 9-30-06 (7 S, 13 A) Jada Ross, Charleston Southern vs. VMI, 10-21-06 (8 S, 12 A) Dominique Davenport, Coastal Carolina vs. Colgate, 9-7-08 (11 S, 9 A) several tied with

SACKS 4.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0

Aaron Deberry, Liberty at Charleston Southern (11-1-03) Vicheal Foxx, VMI at Liberty (10-4-03) Maurice Simpkins, Coastal Carolina at Charleston Southern (11-22-03) Damiso Alexander, VMI vs. Chowan (9-20-08) A.J. Gross, VMI vs. Coastal Carolina (10-11-08)

TACKLES FOR LOSS 5.0 Kendrick Howard, Liberty vs. Appalachian State, 9-21-02 (-4) 5.0 Maurice Simpkins, Coastal Carolina vs. Newberry, 9-6-03 (-7) 5.0 Aaron Deberry, Liberty at Charleston Southern, 11-1-03 (-28) 5.0 A.J. Gross, VMI vs. Coastal Carolina, 10-11-08 (-27) 4.5 Harold Wells, Gardner-Webb at Hampton, 10-9-04 (-17) 4.5 Okeba Rollinson, Charleston Southern at The Citadel, 9-9-06 (-26)

RECEIVING YARDS 210 Duvaughn Flagler, Gardner-Webb vs. Wofford (11-19-05) 209 Tim Maypray, VMI vs. Charleston Southern (11-3-07) 207 Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina at Georgia Southern (9-16-06) 198 Mike Brown, Liberty at Gardner-Webb (11-14-09) 189 Maurice Price, Charleston Southern vs. Howard (10-1-05) 179 Aaron Dunklin, Charleston Southern vs. North Greenville (10-25-03) 178 Brandon Turner, Liberty at Gardner-Webb (10-29-05) 177 Dee Brown, Charleston Southern at VMI (11-3-07) 171 Maurice Price, Charleston Southern vs. Liberty (11-12-05) 168 Erick Harris, Liberty at Akron (10-12-02)

FUMBLE RETURN YARDS 99 Randall State, Liberty at Akron (10-12-02) 87 Bryant Youngblood, VMI at Liberty (11-10-07) 79 Vincent Graves, Elon vs. Johnson C. Smith (9-21-02) 77 Jada Ross, Charleston Southern at Gardner-Webb (10-27-07) 75 Bo Tribble, Presbyterian at Elon (9-13-08) 57 Calvin Sutton, Elon at East Tennessee State (10-19-02) 56 Joseph Kirkpatrick, Stony Brook at Charleston Southern (11-14-09) 53 Okeba Rollinson, Charleston Southern at VMI (11-3-07) 49 Lee Bishop at Central Florida (9-28-02) 48 Brian Leonardi, Presbyterian vs. VMI (10-24-09)

TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS 4 Maurice Price, Charleston Southern vs. Savannah State (10-22-05) 3 William Andrews Jr., Gardner-Webb at VMI (10-18-03) 3 Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina vs. Charleston (WV) (10-9-04) 3 Duvaughn Flagler, Gardner-Webb vs. Wofford (11-19-05) 3 Gerald Stevenson, Charleston Southern at Stony Brook (10-18-08) 3 Dwayne Eley, Stony Brook at Coastal Carolina (10-25-08)

FUMBLE RETURN TOUCHDOWNS 1 24 times, last by Demetrius Ward, Liberty at Gardner-Webb (11-14-09)

AVERAGE YARDS PER CATCH (min. 5 receptions) 41.80 Tim Maypray, VMI vs. Charleston Southern, 11-3-07 (5 for 209) 33.60 Erick Harris, Liberty at Akron, 10-12-02 (5 for 168) 30.60 Arketa Banks, Elon at Northwestern State, 10-5-02 (5 for 153) 27.80 Aaron Dunklin, Charleston Southern vs. West Virginia State, 9-20-03 (5 for 139) 25.88 Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina at Georgia Southern, 9-16-06 (8 for 207)

DEFENSE INTERCEPTIONS 3 Christian Kelly, VMI at Charleston Southern (10-21-06) 3 Marrio Norman, Coastal Carolina vs. Presbyterian (10-20-07) 3 Josh Norman, Coastal Carolina vs. Gardner-Webb (11-7-09) 2 several tied with

SPECIAL TEAMS POINTS SCORED KICKING 17 Ryan Gates, Gardner-Webb vs. Southern Virginia, 10-24-09 (3 FG, 8 PAT) 16 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina vs. North Greenville, 9-25-04 (3 FG, 7 PAT) 16 Ryan Gates, Gardner-Webb vs. Mars Hill, 9-5-09 (3 FG, 7 PAT) 16 Wesley Skiffington, Stony Brook vs. Presbyterian, 10-3-09 (4 FG, 4 PAT) 16 Matt Bevins, Liberty vs. VMI, 11-7-09 (4 FG, 4 PAT) 15 Andrew Harmon, Gardner-Webb at Charleston Southern, 11-9-02 (3 FG, 6 PAT) 15 Scott Kiovsky, Liberty vs. Norfolk State, 11-8-03 (2 FG, 9 PAT) 15 Ryan Gates, Gardner-Webb vs. Sam Houston State, 9-27-08 (4 FG, 3 PAT) 15 Matt Bevins, Liberty at Gardner-Webb, 11-14-09 (3 FG, 6 PAT) 14 several tied with FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 5 Matt Sharpe, VMI vs. Charleston Southern (10-11-03) 5 Matt Sharpe, VMI at Coastal Carolina (11-1-03) 5 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina at Liberty (10-22-05) 5 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina vs. Elon (9-2-06) 5 Justin Durham, Coastal Carolina vs. Winston-Salem State (9-8-07)

INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS 123 Erick Harris, Liberty vs. Hofstra, 11-22-03 (2 returns) 100 Antwain Harvey, Charleston Southern at Presbyterian, 11-7-09 (1 return) 90 Justin Huggard, VMI vs. Charleston Southern, 10-11-03 (2 returns) 90 Robert Mason, VMI vs. Lehigh, 9-24-05 (1 return) 81 Philip Ashley, Charleston Southern vs. North Greenville, 9-27-08 (1 return) 74 Quinton Teal, Coastal Carolina at Savannah State, 11-5-05 (1 return) 72 Daniel Cooke, Gardner-Webb vs. Presbyterian, 10-18-08 (1 return) 67 Bo Tribble, Presbyterian vs. Fayetteville State, 9-6-08 (1 return) 65 William Haith, Liberty at VMI, 10-26-02 (1 return) 65 Mario Williams, Gardner-Webb at Tennessee Tech, 9-4-04 (1 return)

FIELD GOALS MADE 4 Matt Sharpe, VMI vs. Gardner-Webb (10-18-03) 4 Matt Sharpe, VMI at Coastal Carolina (11-1-03) 4 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina vs. Elon (9-2-06) 4 Nick Ellis, Charleston Southern vs. Savannah State (10-6-07) 4 Ryan Gates, Gardner-Webb vs. Sam Houston State (9-27-08) 4 Matt Bevins, Liberty vs. Elon (11-22-08) 4 Wesley Skiffington, Stony Brook vs. Presbyterian (10-3-09) 4 Matt Bevins, Liberty vs. VMI (11-7-09)

YARDS PER INTERCEPTION RETURN (min. 2 interceptions) 61.5 Erick Harris, Liberty vs. Hofstra, 11-22-03 (2 for 123) 45.0 Justin Huggard, VMI vs. Charleston Southern, 10-11-03 (2 for 90) 22.5 Nick Nester, Charleston Southern vs. West Virginia State, 9-21-02 (2 for 45) 18.0 Greg Williamson, Coastal Carolina vs. Liberty, 10-23-04 (2 for 36) 17.5 Allen Davis, Gardner-Webb vs. Furman, 9-18-04 (2 for 35)

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 4 attempts) 100.0 Matt Sharpe, VMI vs. Gardner-Webb, 10-18-03 (4-of-4) 100.0 Nick Ellis, Charleston Southern vs. Savannah State, 10-6-07 (4-of-4) 100.0 Ryan Gates, Gardner-Webb vs. Sam Houston State, 9-27-08 (4-of-4) 100.0 Matt Bevins, Liberty vs. Elon, 11-22-08 (4-of-4) 100.0 Wesley Skiffington, Stony Brook vs. Presbyterian, 10-3-09 (4-of-4) 100.0 Matt Bevins, Liberty vs. VMI, 11-7-09 (4-of-4)

INTERCEPTION RETURN TOUCHDOWNS 1 33 times, last by Matt Bach, Charleston Southern vs. Coastal Carolina (11-21-09)

MOST 40-PLUS YARD FIELD GOALS 3 Matt Bevins, Liberty vs. VMI, 11-7-09 (43, 42, 40) 3 John Paglia, Charleston Southern vs. Stony Brook, 11-14-09 (51, 46, 43)

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SINGLE-GAME INDIVIDUAL RECORDS PAT KICKS ATTEMPTED 10 Noah Greenbaum, Liberty vs. VMI (11-10-07) 10 Luke Gaddis, Stony Brook vs. Iona (11-8-08) 9 Scott Kiovsky, Liberty vs. Norfolk State (11-8-03) 9 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina vs. Mansfield (11-12-05) 9 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina vs. Savannah State (11-4-06) 9 Noah Greenbaum, Liberty vs. St. Francis, Pa. (9-29-07) 9 Taylor Ports, Gardner-Webb vs. Savannah State (11-3-07) 9 Greg Stevens, VMI vs. Chowan (9-20-08) PAT KICKS MADE 10 Noah Greenbaum, Liberty vs. VMI (11-10-07) 9 Scott Kiovsky, Liberty vs. Norfolk State (11-8-03) 9 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina vs. Mansfield (11-12-05) 9 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina vs. Savannah State (11-4-06) 9 Taylor Ports, Gardner-Webb vs. Savannah State (11-3-07) 9 Greg Stevens, VMI vs. Chowan (9-20-08) 8 Anthony Turowski, Elon vs. Liberty (11-9-02) 8 Hunter Smith, Gardner-Webb at Morgan State (9-11-04) 8 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina vs. Charleston Southern (11-20-04) 8 Nick Ellis, Charleston Southern vs. West Virginia Wesleyan (10-15-05) 8 Noah Greenbaum, Liberty vs. St. Francis, Pa. (9-29-07) 8 Luke Gaddis, Stony Brook at Iona (11-8-08) 8 Ryan Gates, Gardner-Webb vs. Southern Virginia (10-24-09) PAT KICK PERCENTAGE (min. 9 attempts) 100.0 Noah Greenbaum, Liberty vs. VMI, 11-10-07 (10-of-10) 100.0 Scott Kiovsky, Liberty vs. Norfolk State, 11-8-03 (9-of-9) 100.0 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina vs. Mansfield, 11-12-05 (9-of-9) 100.0 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina vs. Savannah State, 11-4-06 (9-of-9) 100.0 Taylor Ports, Gardner-Webb vs. Savannah State, 11-3-07 (9-of-9) 100.0 Greg Stevens, VMI vs. Chowan, 9-20-08 (9-of-9) PUNTS 12 11 10 10 10 9

Patrick Morgano, Presbyterian vs. Elon (9-12-09) Graham Whitlock, Gardner-Webb at Georgia Southern (9-7-02) Nick Ellis, Charleston Southern at The Citadel (8-30-03) Nick Ellis, Charleston Southern at The Citadel (9-1-07) Michael Hanna, Gardner-Webb at Georgia Tech (10-11-08) several tied with

PUNTING YARDS 458 Michael Hanna, Gardner-Webb at Georgia Tech, 10-11-08 (10 punts) 454 Graham Whitlock, Gardner-Webb at Georgia Southern, 9-7-02 (11 punts) 445 Graham Whitlock, Gardner-Webb at Montana State, 9-6-03 (9 punts) 438 Patrick Morgano, Presbyterian vs. Elon, 9-12-09 (12 punts) 382 Graham Whitlock, Gardner-Webb at Furman, 9-27-03 (8 punts) 375 Adam Peters, VMI at Navy, 8-30-03 (8 punts) 375 Nick Ellis, Charleston Southern at The Citadel, 9-1-07 (10 punts) 370 Graham Whitlock, Gardner-Webb vs. Furman, 9-18-04 (8 punts) 368 Jamal Purvis, Gardner-Webb at North Carolina State, 9-19-09 (9 punts) 357 Nick Ellis, Charleston Southern at Hawaii, 9-22-07 (9 punts) PUNTING AVERAGE (min. 3 punts) 52.8 Michael Hanna, Gardner-Webb vs. Tennessee Tech, 9-9-06 (5 for 264) 50.7 Graham Whitlock, Gardner-Webb vs. Chattanooga, 9-20-03 (3 for 152) 50.7 Michael Hanna, Gardner-Webb vs. Tennessee-Martin, 9-24-05 (3 for 152) 50.0 Marc Ray, VMI vs. Robert Morris, 9-5-09 (3 for 150) 49.4 Graham Whitlock, Gardner-Webb at Montana State, 9-6-03 (9 for 445) 49.2 Michael Hanna, Gardner-Webb vs. Glenville State, 10-14-06 (4 for 197) 48.3 Graham Whitlock, Gardner-Webb at Wofford, 11-6-04 (3 for 145) 48.2 Noah Crouch, Liberty vs. Hofstra, 11-22-03 (5 for 241) 47.8 Graham Whitlock, Gardner-Webb at Furman, 9-27-03 (8 for 382) 47.4 Graham Whitlock, Gardner-Webb vs. Florida International, 11-15-03 (5 for 237) PUNT RETURNS 6 John Puvogel, VMI vs. Austin Peay (11-8-03) 6 Wynton Jackson, Liberty vs. St. Paul’s (8-31-06) 6 Jamar Anderson, Coastal Carolina vs. Chowan (10-13-07) 5 several tied with PUNT RETURN YARDS 109 Erick Harris, Liberty at Chattanooga, 11-13-04 (2 returns) 96 John Puvogel, VMI vs. Austin Peay, 11-8-03 (6 returns) 92 Greg Williamson, Coastal Carolina at Davidson, 11-8-03 (2 returns) 88 Tavares Shorter, Charleston Southern at North Greenville, 9-24-05 (5 returns) 88 Wynton Jackson, Liberty vs. Shippensburg, 9-8-07 (3 returns) 86 Wynton Jackson, Liberty vs. St. Paul’s, 8-31-06 (6 returns) 86 Tim Maypray, VMI vs. Gardner-Webb, 10-3-09 (1 return) 82 Dominic Bolden, Liberty vs. Glenville State, 9-6-08 (2 returns) 80 Kory Alston, Gardner-Webb at Jacksonville, 9-2-06 (1 return) 79 Dominic Bolden, Liberty vs. Elon, 11-22-08 (2 returns)

PUNT RETURN AVERAGE (min. 2 returns) 54.5 Erick Harris, Liberty at Chattanooga, 11-13-04 (2 for 109) 46.0 Greg Williamson, Coastal Carolina at Davidson, 11-8-03 (2 for 92) 41.0 Dominic Bolden, Liberty vs. Glenville State, 9-6-08 (2 for 82) 39.5 Dominic Bolden, Liberty vs. Elon, 11-22-08 (2 for 79) 33.0 C.J. Hirschman, Charleston Southern at Liberty, 11-11-06 (2 for 66) 29.3 Wynton Jackson, Liberty vs. Shippensburg, 9-8-07 (3 for 88) 29.0 Andre Manning, Gardner-Webb vs. Wofford, 11-19-05 (2 for 58) 28.0 Jamar Anderson, Coastal Carolina at Charleston Southern, 11-17-07 (2 for 56) 25.5 Kory Alston, Gardner-Webb vs. Clark-Atlanta, 8-30-03 (2 for 51) 24.0 Don Phillips, Charleston Southern at Savannah State, 10-12-02 (2 for 48) PUNT RETURN TOUCHDOWNS 2 Greg Williamson, Coastal Carolina at Davidson (11-8-03) 2 Erick Harris, Liberty at Chattanooga (11-13-04) 1 several tied with KICKOFF RETURNS 9 Alexius Ferguson, Charleston Southern at Hawaii (9-22-07) 8 Mike Washington, Charleston Southern at South Florida (11-2-02) 8 Gerald Stevenson, Charleston Southern at Miami (Fla.) (8-28-08) 8 Matt Brevi, Stony Brook at Massachusetts (9-26-09) 7 several tied with KICKOFF RETURN YARDS 255 Gerald Stevenson, Charleston Southern at Wofford, 9-6-08 (7 returns) 204 Tim Maypray, VMI vs. The Citadel, 11-17-07 (7 returns) 198 Dominic Bolden, Liberty vs. VMI, 11-10-07 (3 returns) 187 Mike Washington, Charleston Southern at South Florida, 11-2-02 (8 returns) 179 Alexius Ferguson, Charleston Southern at Hawaii, 9-22-07 (9 returns) 169 Kijana Thomas, Charleston Southern vs. West Virginia State, 9-20-03 (5 returns) 166 Darnell Williams, Coastal Carolina at North Greenville, 9-25-03 (5 returns) 164 David Montgomery, Gardner-Webb vs. Liberty, 11-14-09 (4 returns) 149 Kijana Thomas, Charleston Southern vs. North Greenville, 10-25-03 (5 returns) 145 Tyson Petty, Gardner-Webb vs. Charleston Southern, 10-27-07 (6 returns) KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE (min. 2 returns) 66.0 Arthur Sitton, Coastal Carolina vs. VMI, 10-27-07 (2 for 132) 66.0 Dominic Bolden, Liberty vs. VMI, 11-10-07 (3 for 198) 57.5 Sam Gado, Liberty at Coastal Carolina, 10-23-04 (2 for 115) 55.0 Mike Washington, Charleston Southern at West Liberty State, 9-28-02 (2 for 110) 55.0 Aaron Hewlett, Liberty vs. VMI, 11-7-09 (2 for 110) 52.5 Tim Maypray, VMI at William & Mary, 9-15-07 (2 for 105) 51.5 Tavares Shorter, Charleston Southern vs. Savannah State, 10-22-05 (2 for 103) 47.3 Kijana Thomas, Charleston Southern vs. Liberty, 11-1-03 (3 for 142) 46.7 Matt Brevi, Stony Brook vs. Brown, 9-19-09 (3 for 140) 44.7 Deon Lee, Charleston Southern vs. Stony Brook, 11-14-09 (3 for 134) KICKOFF RETURN TOUCHDOWNS 1 14 times, last by Deon Lee, Charleston Southern vs. Stony Brook (11-14-09) and David Montgomery, Gardner-Webb vs. Liberty (11-14-09) DEFENSIVE EXTRA POINTS 1 8 times, last by Bryant Youngblood, VMI at Stony Brook (11-15-08)

MISCELLANEOUS ALL-PURPOSE YARDS 346 Tim Maypray, VMI vs. Charleston So., 11-3-07 (209 REC, 102 KR, 36 RUSH, -1 PR) 332 Tim Maypray, VMI vs. Presbyterian, 11-22-08 (235 RUSH, 97 REC) 302 Gerald Stevenson, Charleston So. at Wofford, 9-6-08 (255 KR, 33 REC, 14 RUSH) 286 Lance Byrd, Presbyterian vs. Charleston Southern, 11-7-09 (274 RUSH, 12 REC) 278 Edwin Gowins, Stony Brook at Iona, 11-8-08 (278 RUSH) 271 Mike Brown, Liberty at West Virginia, 9-5-09 (157 REC, 107 KR, 7 RUSH) 270 Sam Gado, Liberty vs. Gardner-Webb, 10-2-04 (219 RUSH, 51 KR) 267 Wynton Jackson, LU vs. St. Francis, Pa., 9-29-07 (115 REC, 83 KR, 60 PR, 9 RUSH) 266 Mike Tolbert, Coastal Carolina vs. VMI, 10-27-07 (244 RUSH, 22 REC) 265 Dominic Bolden, Liberty vs. Glenville State, 9-6-08 (88 REC, 87 KR, 82 PR, 8 RUSH) 265 Mike Brown, Liberty at Gardner-Webb, 11-14-09 (198 REC, 52 RUSH, 15 PR) 3 TEAMMATES WITH 100 RUSHING YARDS, SAME GAME VMI at Robert Morris (Abegesah – 157, Hughes – 136, Robinson – 100), 9-29-07 SBU at Iona (Gowins - 278, Cuttino - 205, Anderson 110), 11-8-08

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INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS OFFENSE RUSHING YARDS 1,500 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 1,347 Dre Barnes, Liberty 1,310 Edwin Gowins, Stony Brook 1,304 Dre Barnes, Liberty 1,266 Tim Maypray, VMI 1,244 Sean Mizzer, VMI 1,195 Conte Cuttino, Stony Brook 1,121 Howard Abegesah, VMI 1,113 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 1,107 Patrick Hall, Coastal Carolina

2008 2003 2008 2002 2008 2003 2008 2007 2007 2004

RUSHING ATTEMPTS 263 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 229 Dre Barnes, Liberty 223 Howard Abegesah, VMI 221 Dre Barnes, Liberty 209 Sean Mizzer, VMI 207 Sean Mizzer, VMI 199 Conte Cuttino, Stony Brook 195 Tim Maypray, VMI 191 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 179 Rashad Jennings, Liberty

2008 2003 2007 2002 2006 2003 2008 2008 2007 2006

RUSHING YARDS PER CARRY (min. 100 per season) 9.36 Edwin Gowins, Stony Brook 7.14 Patrick Hall, Coastal Carolina 7.00 Zach Terrell, Liberty 6.74 Mike Tolbert, Coastal Carolina 6.71 Dre Barnes, Liberty 6.57 Howard Abegesah, VMI 6.53 Sam Gado, Liberty 6.49 Tim Maypray, VMI 6.14 Edwin Gowins, Stony Brook 6.01 Sean Mizzer, VMI 6.01 Conte Cuttino, Stony Brook

2008 2004 2007 2007 2004 2008 2004 2008 2009 2003 2008

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 17 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 15 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 14 Aundres Perkins, Coastal Carolina 14 Eugene Goodman, Liberty 13 Patrick Hall, Coastal Carolina 13 Zach Terrell, Liberty 12 Aundres Perkins, Coastal Carolina 12 Aundres Perkins, Coastal Carolina 12 Tim Maypray, VMI 12 Patrick Hall, Gardner-Webb

2007 2007 2003 2003 2004 2006 2004 2005 2008 2009

RUSHING YARDS PER GAME (min. 75% of team’s games) 136.4 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 2008 123.7 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 2007 119.1 Edwin Gowins, Stony Brook 2008 118.5 Dre Barnes, Liberty 2002 115.1 Tim Maypray, VMI 2008 112.2 Dre Barnes, Liberty 2003 108.6 Conte Cuttino, Stony Brook 2008 103.7 Sean Mizzer, VMI 2003 101.9 Howard Abegesah, VMI 2007 100.6 Patrick Hall, Coastal Carolina 2004 200-YARD RUSHING GAMES 2 Dre Barnes, Liberty 2 Edwin Gowins, Stony Brook 2 Conte Cuttino, Stony Brook 100-YARD RUSHING GAMES 10 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 7 Dre Barnes, Liberty 7 Sean Mizzer, VMI 7 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 6 Dre Barnes, Liberty 6 Chris Foster, Gardner-Webb 6 Conte Cuttino, Stony Brook 6 Tim Maypray, VMI 5 five players tied with

2003 2008 2008

2008 2002 2003 2007 2003 2003 2008 2008

MULTI-RUSHING TOUCHDOWN GAMES 6 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 5 Aundres Perkins, Coastal Carolina 5 Patrick Hall, Coastal Carolina 5 Aundres Perkins, Coastal Carolina 5 Patrick Hall, Gardner-Webb

2007 2003 2004 2005 2009

3-TD RUSHING GAMES 3 Eugene Goodman, Liberty 2 Sam Gado, Liberty 2 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 2 Mike Tolbert, Coastal Carolina 2 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 2 Edwin Gowins, Stony Brook

2003 2004 2006 2007 2007 2008

4-TD RUSHING GAMES 1 Eugene Goodman, Liberty 1 Aundres Perkins, Coastal Carolina 1 Andre Copeland, Charleston Southern

2003 2004 2005

RUSHING YARDS, QUARTERBACK 1266 Tim Maypray, VMI 656 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina 642 Kyle Hughes, VMI 519 Tim Maypray, VMI 513 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 444 Kyle Hughes, VMI 437 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina 404 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 384 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 365 C.W. Singletary, Elon

2008 2006 2009 2009 2006 2007 2005 2005 2003 2002

RUSHING ATTEMPTS, QUARTERBACK 195 Tim Maypray, VMI 163 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 137 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 136 Kyle Hughes, VMI 131 Kyle Hughes, VMI 130 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 122 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 115 Tim Maypray, VMI 114 Jeremy Martin, Gardner-Webb 113 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina

2008 2003 2003 2009 2007 2006 2005 2009 2002 2006

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS, QUARTERBACK 12 Tim Maypray, VMI 9 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 7 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 7 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 7 Kyle Hughes, VMI 6 Jonathan Wilson, VMI 6 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 6 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 6 Tim Maypray, VMI 5 three players tied with

2008 2005 2003 2006 2009 2003 2004 2005 2009

PASS COMPLETIONS 223 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 217 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 215 Stan Doolittle, Gardner-Webb 217 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina 212 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 203 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 198 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 194 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 193 Jeremy Martin, Gardner-Webb 189 Tribble Reese, Charleston Southern

2006 2005 2009 2006 2004 2003 2004 2005 2002 2008

TOUCHDOWN PASSES 29 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina 23 Tribble Reese, Charleston Southern 21 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 21 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 20 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 20 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 19 Brock Smith, Liberty 19 Brock Smith, Liberty 17 Jeremy Martin, Gardner-Webb 16 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 16 Zach MacDowall, Coastal Carolina

2006 2008 2004 2006 2003 2005 2007 2008 2002 2005 2008

INTERCEPTIONS THROWN 17 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 17 Devin Campbell, Gardner-Webb 16 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 16 Brandon Miley, Presbyterian 14 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern

2004 2006 2005 2009 2006

LOWEST PERCENTAGE OF INT (min. 200 attempts) 1.23 Jeremy Martin, Gardner-Webb (4 on 326) 1.36 Devin Campbell, Gardner-Webb (3 on 220) 1.44 Stan Doolittle, Gardner-Webb (5 on 347) 2.16 Brock Smith, Liberty (6 on 278) 2.20 Tommy Beecher, Liberty (5 on 227) 2.34 Zach MacDowall, Coastal Caro. (6 on 256) 2.35 Collin Drafts, Charleston So. (8 on 340) 2.44 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina (6 on 246) 2.53 Collin Drafts, Charleston So. (9 on 356) 2.69 Tim Webb, Presbyterian (6 on 223)

2002 2008 2009 2008 2009 2008 2004 2005 2005 2008

COMPLETION PERCENTAGE (min. 200 attempts) 69.9 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 67.8 Tommy Beecher, Liberty 64.4 Brock Smith, Liberty 64.0 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina 63.2 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 62.4 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 62.4 Jonathan Wilson, VMI 62.0 Stan Doolittle, Gardner-Webb 61.3 Zach MacDowall, Coastal Carolina 61.2 Brock Smith, Liberty

2006 2009 2008 2006 2005 2004 2005 2009 2008 2007

2006 2008 2007 2006 2008 2004 2009 2005 2008 2002

PASSING YARDS 3,296 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina 2,665 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 2,620 Brock Smith, Liberty 2,594 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 2,532 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 2,410 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 2,268 Stan Doolittle, Gardner-Webb 2,260 Jonathan Wilson, VMI 2,226 Brock Smith, Liberty 2,215 Devin Campbell, Gardner-Webb

2006 2006 2008 2005 2004 2004 2009 2003 2007 2006

PASSING EFFICIENCY (min. 15 pass att. per game) 167.42 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina 161.79 Brock Smith, Liberty 157.42 Brock Smith, Liberty 153.03 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 144.99 Zach MacDowall, Coastal Carolina 140.58 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 139.43 Tommy Beecher, Liberty 135.64 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 133.07 Tribble Reese, Charleston Southern 129.80 Jeremy Martin, Gardner-Webb

PASS ATTEMPTS 360 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 356 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 347 Stan Doolittle, Gardner-Webb 340 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 339 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina 338 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 329 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 326 Jeremy Martin, Gardner-Webb 319 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 311 Devin Campbell, Gardner-Webb

2004 2005 2009 2004 2006 2003 2003 2002 2006 2006

PASSING YARDS PER GAME (min. 75% of team’s games) 274.7 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina 2006 253.2 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 2004 242.3 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 2006 235.8 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 2005 219.1 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 2004 218.3 Brock Smith, Liberty 2008 216.6 Jeremy Martin, Gardner-Webb 2002 206.2 Stan Doolittle, Gardner-Webb 2009 202.4 Brock Smith, Liberty 2007 201.4 Devin Campbell, Gardner-Webb 2006

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INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS 400-YARD PASSING GAMES 1 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 1 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern

2004 2006

300-YARD PASSING GAMES 5 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina 3 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 3 Devin Campbell, Gardner-Webb 3 Brandon Miley, Presbyterian 2 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 2 Zach MacDowall, Coastal Carolina 2 Tim Webb, Presbyterian 2 Michael Coulter, Stony Brook

2006 2004 2008 2008 2006 2008 2008 2009

5-TOUCHDOWN PASSING GAMES 1 Jeremy Martin, Gardner-Webb 1 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 1 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern

2002 2004 2006

4-TOUCHDOWN PASS GAMES 3 Tribble Reese, Charleston Southern 2 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 2 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 2 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 2 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina

2008 2003 2004 2006 2006

3-TOUCHDOWN PASS GAMES 6 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina 4 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 4 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 4 Brock Smith, Liberty 4 Tribble Reese, Charleston Southern TOTAL OFFENSE 3,952 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina 3,178 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 2,773 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 2,772 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 2,707 Brock Smith, Liberty 2,652 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 2,585 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 2,577 Stan Doolittle, Gardner-Webb 2,527 Jeremy Martin, Gardner-Webb 2,476 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb

2006 2003 2005 2007 2008

2006 2006 2004 2005 2008 2004 2003 2009 2002 2005

TOTAL OFFENSE PER GAME (min. 75% of team’s games) 329.3 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina 2006 288.9 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 2006 265.2 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 2004 252.7 Jeremy Martin, Gardner-Webb 2002 252.1 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 2004 252.0 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 2005 234.3 Stan Doolittle, Gardner-Webb 2009 225.6 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 2008 225.1 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 2005 219.7 A.J. Toscano, Charleston Southern 2009 TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS 492 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 478 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 475 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 469 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 454 Stan Doolittle, Gardner-Webb 452 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina 449 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 440 Jeremy Martin, Gardner-Webb 429 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 411 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb

2003 2005 2003 2004 2009 2006 2006 2002 2004 2005

400-YARD TOTAL OFFENSE GAMES 2 Devin Campbell, Gardner-Webb 1 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 1 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 1 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina 1 Eli Byrd, Charleston Southern

2008 2005 2006 2006 2007

300-YARD TOTAL OFFENSE GAMES 9 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina 6 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 3 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 3 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 3 Devin Campbell, Gardner-Webb

2006 2006 2004 2004 2008

RECEPTIONS 103 Maurice Price, Charleston Southern 79 Aaron Dunklin, Charleston Southern 76 William Andrews Jr., Gardner-Webb 76 Dobson Collins, Gardner-Webb 72 Maurice Price, Charleston Southern 69 Eddie Gadson, Charleston Southern 69 Dee Brown, Charleston Southern 64 Duvaughn Flagler, Gardner-Webb 62 Brandon Clark, Presbyterian 61 Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina 61 James Perry III, Gardner-Webb

2006 2003 2003 2008 2005 2004 2007 2006 2008 2006 2009

RECEIVING YARDS 1,077 Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina 1,056 Dominic Bolden, Liberty 1,043 Maurice Price, Charleston Southern 1,025 Aaron Dunklin, Charleston Southern 985 Maurice Price, Charleston Southern 975 William Andrews Jr., Gardner-Webb 937 Dobson Collins, Gardner-Webb 898 Dee Brown, Charleston Southern 826 Duvaughn Flagler, Gardner-Webb 792 Eddie Gadson, Charleston Southern

2006 2008 2005 2003 2006 2003 2008 2007 2005 2004

RECEIVING YARDS PER CATCH (35-59 receptions) 18.9 Dominic Bolden, Liberty 18.3 Kory Alston, Gardner-Webb 17.0 Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina 16.6 Zohn Burden, VMI 16.1 Aaron Dunklin, Charleston Southern

2008 2004 2007 2003 2002

RECEIVING YARDS PER CATCH (min. 60 receptions) 17.7 Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina 14.5 Maurice Price, Charleston Southern 13.0 Aaron Dunklin, Charleston Southern 13.0 Dee Brown, Charleston Southern 12.8 William Andrews Jr., Gardner-Webb

2006 2005 2003 2007 2003

TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS 16 Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina 13 William Andrews Jr., Gardner-Webb 13 Duvaughn Flagler, Gardner-Webb 11 Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina 10 Maurice Price, Charleston Southern 10 Dobson Collins, Gardner-Webb 9 Eddie Gadson, Charleston Southern 9 Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina 9 Dee Brown, Charleston Southern 9 Duvaughn Flagler, Gardner-Webb 9 Gerald Stevenson, Charleston Southern 9 Dominic Bolden, Liberty

2006 2003 2005 2007 2006 2008 2004 2005 2007 2007 2008 2008

RECEIVING YARDS PER GAME (min. 75% of team’s games) 89.8 Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina 2006 89.5 Maurice Price, Charleston Southern 2006 88.0 Dominic Bolden, Liberty 2008 85.4 Aaron Dunklin, Charleston Southern 2003 85.2 Dobson Collins, Gardner-Webb 2008 81.6 Dee Brown, Charleston Southern 2007 81.2 William Andrews Jr., Gardner-Webb 2003 79.2 Eddie Gadson, Charleston Southern 2004 75.1 Duvaughn Flagler, Gardner-Webb 2005 72.9 Harry Seabrook, Charleston Southern 2004 10-RECEPTION GAMES 5 Maurice Price, Charleston Southern 3 Eddie Gadson, Charleston Southern 3 Maurice Price, Charleston Southern 2 Zohn Burden, VMI 2 Mike Brown, Liberty

2006 2004 2005 2004 2009

200-YARD RECEIVING GAMES 1 Duvaughn Flagler, Gardner-Webb 1 Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina 1 Tim Maypray, VMI

2005 2006 2007

100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES 6 Maurice Price, Charleston Southern 5 Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina 4 Aaron Dunklin, Charleston Southern 4 Dominic Bolden, Liberty 4 Dobson Collins, Gardner-Webb

2005 2006 2003 2008 2008

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MULTI-RECEIVING TOUCHDOWN GAMES 5 Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina 4 William Andrews Jr., Gardner-Webb 4 Duvaughn Flagler, Gardner-Webb 3 several tied with

2006 2003 2005

4-TD RECEIVING GAMES 1 Maurice Price, Charleston Southern

2005

3-TD RECEIVING GAMES 1 William Andrews Jr., Gardner-Webb 1 Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina 1 Maurice Price, Charleston Southern 1 Duvaughn Flagler, Gardner-Webb 1 Gerald Stevenson, Charleston Southern 1 Dwayne Eley, Stony Brook

2003 2004 2005 2005 2008 2008

DEFENSE TOTAL TACKLES 144 Derik Screen, VMI 136 Justin Huggard, VMI 131 Jada Ross, Charleston Southern 128 Jada Ross, Charleston Southern 127 Jada Ross, Charleston Southern 120 Mario Williams, Gardner-Webb 120 Robert Mason, VMI 120 Jeffery Williams, Gardner-Webb 119 Todd Baldwin, VMI 119 Jeffery Williams, Gardner-Webb

2003 2005 2007 2005 2006 2002 2004 2007 2005 2008

SOLO TACKLES 70 Mario Williams, Gardner-Webb 69 Jim Maxwell, Gardner-Webb 66 Jonna Lee, Charleston Southern 66 Robert Mason, VMI 66 Antwan Thomas, Presbyterian 64 Derik Screen, VMI 64 Marty Patterson, Gardner-Webb 63 Mario Williams, Gardner-Webb 61 Jeffrey Williams, Gardner-Webb 58 Anthony McKnight, Presbyterian

2003 2003 2003 2004 2008 2003 2009 2002 2008 2008

ASSISTED TACKLES 86 Justin Huggard, VMI 80 Derik Screen, VMI 77 Jamar Leath, Coastal Carolina 76 Jada Ross, Charleston Southern 74 Jada Ross, Charleston Southern 73 Kendrick Howard, Liberty 72 Jada Ross, Charleston Southern 72 Todd Baldwin, VMI 71 Jeffrey Williams, Gardner-Webb 69 Jamar Leath, Coastal Carolina

2005 2003 2005 2006 2007 2002 2005 2005 2007 2006

TACKLES PER GAME 12.36 Justin Huggard, VMI (136 in 11) 12.00 Mario Williams, Gardner-Webb (120 in 10) 12.00 Derik Screen, VMI (144 in 12) 11.91 Jada Ross, Charleston Southern (131 in 11) 11.64 Jada Ross, Charleston Southern (128 in 11) 11.55 Jada Ross, Charleston Southern (127 in 11) 10.91 Robert Mason, VMI (120 in 11) 10.91 Jeffrey Williams, Gardner-Webb (120 in 11) 10.82 Todd Baldwin, VMI (119 in 11) 10.82 Jeffrey Williams, Gardner-Webb (119 in 11)

2005 2002 2003 2007 2005 2006 2004 2007 2005 2008

TACKLES FOR LOSS 24.0-115 Brian Johnston, Gardner-Webb 22.5-74 Harold Wells, Gardner-Webb 18.5-78 Antwan Thomas, Presbyterian 17.0-62 Vicheal Foxx, VMI 16.0-68 Aaron DeBerry, Liberty 16.0-63 Maurice Simpkins, Coastal Carolina 15.5-65 Seth Reichart, Liberty 15.0-44 Dennis Justiniani, Charleston Southern 14.5-53 A.J. Gross, VMI 14.0-53 Johnathan West, Charleston Southern 14.0-54 Tommy Lloyd, VMI 14.0-57 Tyler Santucci, Stony Brook 14.0-51 Marty Patterson, Gardner-Webb

2007 2004 2008 2003 2003 2003 2003 2006 2008 2003 2007 2009 2009


INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS QUARTERBACK SACKS 8.0-42 Aaron DeBerry, Liberty 7.5-47 Brian Johnston, Gardner-Webb 7.5-31 Adam McKinney, Presbyterian 7.0-38 Vicheal Foxx, VMI 7.0-53 Kelvin McIver, Coastal Carolina 7.0-38 Harold Wells, Gardner-Webb 6.5-47 Adrain Grady, Coastal Carolina 6.5-49 Vince Redd, Liberty 6.5-27 Jake Killeen, Charleston Southern 6.5-37 Phillip Oboh, Coastal Carolina

2002 2006 2008 2003 2004 2004 2003 2007 2008 2009

20-TACKLE GAMES 2 Jada Ross, Charleston Southern 1 Mario Williams, Gardner-Webb 1 Mike Pavelko, Gardner-Webb 1 Mario Brown, Gardner-Webb 1 Dominique Davenport, Coastal Carolina

2006 2002 2005 2006 2008

INTERCEPTIONS 8 Josh Norman, Coastal Carolina 6 Quinton Teal, Coastal Carolina 6 Philip Ashley, Charleston Southern 5 Mike Washington, Charleston Southern 5 Lamar Ingram, Gardner-Webb 5 Musa Sarki, VMI 5 Allen Davis, Gardner-Webb 5 Jensen Turner, Gardner-Webb 5 Quinton Teal, Coastal Carolina 5 Marrio Norman, Coastal Carolina 5 Kajuan Lee, Liberty

2009 2004 2008 2002 2002 2003 2004 2004 2005 2007 2009

OVERALL SCORING 114 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 107 Matt Bevins, Liberty 104 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 101 Noah Greenbaum, Liberty 96 Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina 91 Matt Sharpe, VMI 84 Aundres Perkins, Coastal Carolina 84 Eugene Goodman, Liberty 83 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina 80 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina 80 Duvaughn Flagler, Gardner-Webb

2008 2009 2007 2007 2006 2003 2003 2003 2004 2005 2005

INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS 168 Erick Harris, Liberty 117 Philip Ashley, Charleston Southern 103 Antwain Harvey, Charleston Southern 102 Allen Davis, Gardner-Webb 100 Patrick Calvary, Liberty 99 Jon Carmon, Charleston Southern 92 Greg Williamson, Coastal Carolina 90 William Haith, Liberty 90 Justin Huggard, VMI 90 Robert Mason, VMI

2003 2008 2009 2004 2007 2007 2004 2002 2003 2005

KICK SCORING 107 Matt Bevins, Liberty 101 Noah Greenbaum, Liberty 91 Matt Sharpe, VMI 83 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina 80 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina 79 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina 77 Ryan Gates, Gardner-Webb 76 John Paglia, Charleston Southern 75 Ryan Gates, Gardner-Webb 74 Hunter Smith, Gardner-Webb

2009 2007 2003 2004 2005 2006 2009 2009 2008 2005

TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 19 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 17 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 16 Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina 14 Aundres Perkins, Coastal Carolina 14 Eugene Goodman, Liberty 13 William Andrews Jr., Gardner-Webb 13 Patrick Hall, Coastal Carolina 13 Duvaughn Flagler, Gardner-Webb 13 Zach Terrell, Liberty 13 Dominic Bolden, Liberty 13 Tim Maypray, VMI

2008 2007 2006 2003 2003 2003 2004 2005 2006 2008 2008

MULTI-TOUCHDOWN GAMES 7 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 6 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 5 Aundres Perkins, Coastal Carolina 5 Patrick Hall, Coastal Carolina 5 Aundres Perkins, Coastal Carolina 5 Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina 5 Patrick Hall, Gardner-Webb

2008 2007 2003 2004 2005 2006 2009

INTERCEPTION RETURN TOUCHDOWNS 2 Erick Harris, Liberty 1 several tied with

2003

PASS BREAK-UPS 17 Allen Davis, Gardner-Webb 15 Mario Williams, Gardner-Webb 12 Quinton Teal, Coastal Carolina 12 Cedric McGowan, Gardner-Webb 10 Mike Washington, Charleston Southern 10 Jim Maxwell, Gardner-Webb 10 Tavoris Horton, Gardner-Webb 10 Jared Brodgen, Liberty 10 Patrick Calvary, Liberty 9 several tied with

2004 2003 2004 2007 2002 2003 2003 2004 2005

PASSES DEFENDED 22 Allen Davis, Gardner-Webb 18 Mario Williams, Gardner-Webb 18 Quinton Teal, Coastal Carolina 16 Aaron Sykes, Gardner-Webb 16 Cedric McGowan, Gardner-Webb 15 Mike Washington, Charleston Southern 15 Josh Norman, Coastal Carolina 13 Musa Sarki, VMI 13 Greg Williamson, Coastal Carolina 13 Quinton Teal, Coastal Carolina

2004 2003 2004 2003 2007 2002 2009 2003 2004 2006

FORCED FUMBLES 5 Mario Williams, Gardner-Webb 5 D.J. Rice, Coastal Carolina 4 Brian Johnston, Gardner-Webb

2003 2007 2005

FUMBLE RETURNS/RECOVERIES 5 J.P. Weaver, Gardner-Webb 4 Kendrick Howard, Liberty 4 Mario Williams, Gardner-Webb 4 Sam Harper, Coastal Carolina 4 Jonathan Little, Gardner-Webb

2005 2002 2003 2004 2005

FUMBLE RETURN YARDS 99 Randall State, Liberty 87 Bryant Youngblood, VMI 79 Vincent Graves, Elon 77 Jada Ross, Charleston Southern 75 Bo Tribble, Presbyterian 68 Calvin Sutton, Elon 56 Joseph Kirkpatrick, Stony Brook 53 Okeba Rollinson, Charleston Southern 49 Lee Bishop, Liberty 48 Brian Leonardi, Presbyterian

2002 2007 2002 2007 2008 2002 2009 2007 2002 2009

FUMBLE RETURN TOUCHDOWNS 1 several tied with

SCORING

4-TOUCHDOWN GAMES 1 Eugene Goodman, Liberty 1 Aundres Perkins, Coastal Carolina 1 Andre Copeland, Charleston Southern 1 Maurice Price, Charleston Southern 1 Tim Maypray, VMI

2003 2004 2005 2005 2008

3-TOUCHDOWN GAMES 3 Eugene Goodman, Liberty 3 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 2 Sam Gado, Liberty 2 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 2 Dominic Bolden, Liberty 2 Mike Tolbert, Coastal Carolina 2 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 2 Edwin Gowins, Stony Brook

2003 2007 2004 2006 2007 2007 2008 2008

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PATs 56-59 53-54 49-50 48-50 44-46 41-42 40-42 38-38 38-38 37-41

Noah Greenbaum, Liberty Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina Greg Stevens, VMI Hunter Smith, Gardner-Webb Matt Bevins, Liberty Matt Sharpe, VMI Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina Ryan Gates, Gardner-Webb Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina

2007 2004 2006 2008 2005 2009 2003 2005 2009 2003

FIELD GOALS 22-26 Matt Bevins, Liberty 17-24 Matt Sharpe, VMI 16-22 Ryan Gates, Gardner-Webb 16-22 John Paglia, Charleston Southern 15-17 Wes Skiffington, Stony Brook 15-19 Noah Greenbaum, Liberty 14-22 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina 13-16 Ryan Gates, Gardner-Webb 13-19 Justin Durham, Coastal Carolina 12-16 Matt Bevins, Liberty 12-17 Justin Durham, Coastal Carolina

2009 2003 2008 2009 2009 2007 2005 2009 2009 2008 2007

10-POINT KICKING GAMES 5 Noah Greenbaum, Liberty 4 Matt Sharpe, VMI 4 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina 4 Matt Bevins, Liberty 4 John Paglia, Charleston Southern 3 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina 3 Ryan Gates, Gardner-Webb

2007 2003 2004 2009 2009 2006 2008

SPECIAL TEAMS PAT PERCENTAGE (min. 25 made) 100.0 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina (38-38) 100.0 Ryan Gates, Gardner-Webb (38-38) 100.0 Taylor Ports, Gardner-Webb (28-28) 100.0 Hunter Smith, Gardner-Webb (26-26) 100.0 Jay Kelley, Liberty (25-25) 98.1 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina (53-54) 98.0 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina (49-50) 97.6 Matt Bevins, Liberty (41-42) 97.1 Scott Kiovsky, Liberty (33-34) 96.9 Zac Kolegue, Liberty (31-32)

2005 2009 2007 2006 2002 2004 2006 2009 2003 2004

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (10-15 made) 84.6 Barrett Way, VMI (11-13) 83.3 Barrett Way, VMI (10-12) 81.3 Ryan Gates, Gardner-Webb (13-16) 76.9 Hunter Smith, Gardner-Webb (10-13) 75.0 Matt Bevins, Liberty (12-16)

2005 2006 2009 2005 2008

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 15 made) 88.2 Wes Skiffington, Stony Brook (15-17) 84.6 Matt Bevins, Liberty (22-26) 78.9 Noah Greenbaum (15-19) 72.7 Ryan Gates, Gardner-Webb (16-22) 72.7 John Paglia, Charleston Southern (16-22)

2009 2009 2007 2008 2009

MOST 50-YARD FIELD GOALS 1 Matt Sharpe, VMI 1 Barrett Way, VMI 1 Hunter Smith, Gardner-Webb 1 Hunter Smith, Gardner-Webb 1 Barrett Way, VMI 1 John Paglia, Charleston Southern 1 Matt Bevins, Liberty

2003 2004 2004 2005 2005 2009 2009

MOST 40-YARD-PLUS FIELD GOALS 7 Matt Sharpe, VMI 7 Matt Bevins, Liberty 6 Ryan Gates, Gardner-Webb 6 John Paglia, Charleston Southern 4 Scott Kiovsky, Liberty 4 Hunter Smith, Gardner-Webb 4 Justin Durham, Coastal Carolina

2003 2009 2008 2009 2003 2006 2007


INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS PUNTS 65 64 60 57 57 56 55 55 55 54

Adam Peters, VMI Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina Graham Whitlock, Gardner-Webb Graham Whitlock, Gardner-Webb Nick Ellis, Charleston Southern Noah Crouch, Liberty Anthony Turowski, Elon Andy Brown, Charleston Southern Drew Evangelista, Stony Brook Adam Peters, VMI

2004 2003 2004 2003 2007 2005 2002 2008 2009 2005

PUNTING YARDS 2,593 Graham Whitlock, Gardner-Webb 2,508 Adam Peters, VMI 2,503 Graham Whitlock, Gardner-Webb 2,392 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina 2,215 Noah Crouch, Liberty 2,136 Adam Peters, VMI 2,105 Nick Ellis, Charleston Southern 2,068 Adam Peters, VMI 2,016 Drew Evangelista, Stony Brook 2,004 Anthony Turowski, Elon

2003 2004 2004 2003 2005 2006 2007 2005 2009 2002

PUNTING AVERAGE (min. 3.6 punts per game) 45.5 Graham Whitlock, Gardner-Webb 43.5 Michael Hanna, Gardner-Webb 41.7 Graham Whitlock, Gardner-Webb 40.6 Adam Peters, VMI 40.6 Michael Hanna, Gardner-Webb 40.3 Adam Peters, VMI 39.6 Noah Crouch, Liberty 39.5 Noah Crouch, Liberty 39.1 Michael Hanna, Gardner-Webb 38.9 Marc Ray, VMI

2003 2006 2004 2003 2007 2006 2005 2004 2005 2009

MOST PUNTS INSIDE THE 20-YARD LINE 19 Noah Crouch, Liberty 19 Andy Brown, Charleston Southern 18 Adam Peters, VMI 18 Mike Larsson, Liberty 16 Graham Whitlock, Gardner-Webb 16 Adam Peters, VMI 16 Michael Hanna, Gardner-Webb 16 Bryson Summers, Presbyterian 16 Drew Evangelista, Stony Brook

2005 2008 2004 2009 2003 2003 2007 2008 2009

PUNT RETURNS 26 Wynton Jackson, Liberty 23 Eddie Gadson, Charleston Southern 22 Josh Hubbard, Gardner-Webb 20 Mike Washington, Charleston Southern 19 Gary Price, VMI 19 David Parker, Coastal Carolina 19 C.J. Hirschman, Charleston Southern 19 Kory Alston, Gardner-Webb 18 Adrian Hall, Liberty 18 David Parker, Coastal Carolina

2006 2004 2003 2002 2003 2004 2006 2006 2003 2005

PUNT RETURN YARDS 308 Dominic Bolden, Liberty 298 Wynton Jackson, Liberty 258 C.J. Hirschman, Charleston Southern 247 Kory Alston, Gardner-Webb 227 Wynton Jackson, Liberty 208 Mike Washington, Charleston Southern 207 Tim Maypray, VMI 206 Greg Williamson, Coastal Carolina 186 Kory Alston, Gardner-Webb 176 David Parker, Coastal Carolina

2008 2006 2006 2005 2007 2002 2009 2003 2006 2005

PUNT RETURN AVERAGE (min. 1.2 returns per game) 18.1 Dominic Bolden, Liberty 2008 16.5 Kory Alston, Gardner-Webb 2005 13.6 C.J. Hirschman, Charleston Southern 2006 13.4 Wynton Jackson, Liberty 2007 12.9 Tim Maypray, VMI 2009 11.5 Wynton Jackson, Liberty 2006 10.4 Mike Washington, Charleston Southern 2002 10.2 Tavares Shorter, Charleston Southern 2005 10.1 Allen Davis, Gardner-Webb 2004 9.8 Kory Alston, Gardner-Webb 2006

PUNT RETURN TOUCHDOWNS 2 Greg Williamson, Coastal Carolina 2 Erick Harris, Liberty 2 Kory Alston, Gardner-Webb 2 Wynton Jackson, Liberty 2 Dominic Bolden, Liberty

2003 2004 2005 2007 2008

KICKOFF RETURNS 50 Kijana Thomas, Charleston Southern 46 Tim Maypray, VMI 37 Gerald Stevenson, Charleston Southern 35 Tim Maypray, VMI 35 Rajah Jenkins, VMI 33 Mike Washington, Charleston Southern 33 Adrian Hall, Liberty 28 Tyson Petty, Gardner-Webb 27 Adrian Hall, Liberty 27 Tyler Robbins, Presbyterian 27 Matt Brevi, Stony Brook

2003 2009 2008 2007 2008 2002 2002 2007 2003 2009 2009

KICKOFF RETURN YARDS 1,148 Kijana Thomas, Charleston Southern 972 Tim Maypray, VMI 921 Gerald Stevenson, Charleston Southern 889 Tim Maypray, VMI 831 Mike Washington, Charleston Southern 763 Rajah Jenkins, VMI 692 Adrian Hall, Liberty 671 Dominic Bolden, Liberty 586 Tyson Petty, Gardner-Webb 558 Tyler Robbins, Presbyterian

2003 2009 2008 2007 2002 2008 2002 2007 2007 2009

KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE (min. 1.2 returns per game) 32.0 Dominic Bolden, Liberty 2007 27.5 Arthur Sitton, Coastal Carolina 2007 26.4 Eric O’Neal, Coastal Carolina 2007 25.5 Titus Green, VMI 2003 25.4 Duvaughn Flagler, Gardner-Webb 2005 25.4 Tim Maypray, VMI 2007 25.2 Mike Washington, Charleston Southern 2002 24.9 Gerald Stevenson, Charleston Southern 2008 24.7 Darnell Williams, Coastal Carolina 2003 24.6 Brandon Jackson, Gardner-Webb 2008 24.6 Jonathan Crawford, Liberty 2008 KICKOFF RETURN TOUCHDOWNS 2 Dominic Bolden, Liberty 2 Tim Maypray, VMI 1 Mike Washington, Charleston Southern 1 Sam Gado, Liberty 1 Tavares Shorter, Charleston Southern 1 Wynton Jackson, Liberty 1 Arthur Sitton, Coastal Carolina 1 Dominic Bolden, Liberty 1 Jonathan Crawford, Liberty 1 Deon Lee, Charleston Southern 1 David Montgomery, Gardner-Webb 1 Aaron Hewlett, Liberty

2006 2007 2002 2004 2005 2006 2007 2007 2008 2009 2009 2009

COMBINED KICK RETURN TOUCHDOWNS 2 Greg Williamson, Coastal Carolina (2 PR) 2 Erick Harris, Liberty (2 PR) 2 Kory Alston, Gardner-Webb (2 PR) 2 Dominic Bolden, Liberty (2 KR) 2 Wynton Jackson, Liberty (2 PR) 2 Tim Maypray, VMI (2 KR) 2 Dominic Bolden, Liberty (2 PR)

2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2007 2008

COMBINED KICK RETURNS 62 Tim Maypray, VMI (46 KR, 16 PR) 58 Kijana Thomas, CSU (50 KR, 8 PR) 53 Mike Washington, CSU (33 KR, 20 PR) 49 Adrian Hall, Liberty (33 KR, 16 PR) 46 Tim Maypray, VMI (35 KR, 11 PR) 45 Adrian Hall, Liberty (27 KR, 18 PR) 45 Rajah Jenkins, VMI (35 KR, 10 PR) 43 Gerald Stevenson, CSU (37 KR, 6 PR) 40 Arketa Banks, Elon (24 KR, 16 PR) 38 Tavares Shorter, CSU (24 KR, 14 PR)

2009 2003 2002 2002 2007 2003 2008 2008 2002 2005

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COMBINED KICK RETURN YARDS 1179 Tim Maypray, VMI (972 KR, 207 PR) 1156 Kijana Thomas, CSU (1148 KR, 8 PR) 1039 Mike Washington, CSU (831 KR, 208 PR) 981 Gerald Stevenson, CSU (921 KR, 60 PR) 969 Tim Maypray, VMI (889 KR, 80 PR) 814 Rajah Jenkins, VMI (763 KR, 51 PR) 794 Adrian Hall, Liberty (692 KR, 102 PR) 696 Adrian Hall, Liberty (527 KR, 169 PR) 687 Tavares Shorter, CSU (544 KR, 143 PR 673 Dominic Bolden, Liberty (365 KR, 308 PR)

2009 2003 2002 2008 2007 2008 2002 2003 2005 2008

MISCELLANEOUS ALL-PURPOSE YARDS 1,975 Tim Maypray, VMI 1,850 Tim Maypray, VMI 1,830 Gerald Stevenson, Charleston Southern 1,814 Dominic Bolden, Liberty 1,690 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 1,539 Dre Barnes, Liberty 1,509 Sean Mizzer, VMI 1,480 Sean Mizzer, VMI 1,467 Conte Cuttino, Stony Brook 1,452 Gerald Stevenson, Charleston Southern

2007 2009 2008 2008 2008 2002 2003 2004 2008 2009

ALL-PURPOSE YDS PER GAME (min. 75% of team’s games) 179.5 Tim Maypray, VMI 2007 168.2 Tim Maypray, VMI 2009 154.3 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 2007 153.6 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 2008 152.5 Gerald Stevenson, Charleston Southern 2008 151.2 Dominic Bolden, Liberty 2008 140.6 Sam Gado, Liberty 2004 139.9 Dre Barnes, Liberty 2002 134.5 Sean Mizzer, VMI 2004 133.4 Conte Cuttino, Stony Brook 2008 300-YARD ALL-PURPOSE GAMES 1 Tim Maypray, VMI 1 Gerald Stevenson, Charleston Southern 1 Tim Maypray, VMI

2007 2008 2008

200-YARD ALL-PURPOSE GAMES 5 Tim Maypray, VMI 3 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 3 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 3 Tim Maypray, VMI 2 several tied with

2007 2007 2008 2009

BLOCKED KICKS 4 Chetyuane Reeder, Presbyterian 3 Jamaal Walton, VMI 3 Jada Ross, Charleston Southern 3 Justin Bethel, Presbyterian 2 several tied with

2008 2006 2007 2009


CAREER RECORDS OFFENSE RUSHING YARDS 3,633 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 3,409 Dre Barnes, Liberty 3,223 Sean Mizzer, VMI 2,860 Howard Abegesah, VMI 2,479 Zach Terrell, Liberty 2,456 Tim Maypray, VMI 2,343 Aundres Perkins, Coastal Carolina 2,214 Patrick Hall, Coastal Carolina 2,200 EDWIN GOWINS, Stony Brook 1,995 Conte Cuttino, Stony Brook

2006-08 2002-04 2003-06 2006-09 2005-08 2006-09 2003-06 2003-05 20082008-09

RUSHING ATTEMPTS 647 Sean Mizzer, VMI 633 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 563 Dre Barnes, Liberty 512 Howard Abegesah, VMI 504 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 473 Zach Terrell, Liberty 439 Jermaine Boston, Gardner-Webb 432 Aundres Perkins, Coastal Carolina 418 Tim Maypray, VMI 376 Conte Cuttino, Stony Brook

2003-06 2006-08 2002-04 2006-09 2003-06 2005-08 2002-05 2003-06 2006-09 2008-09

RUSHING YARDS PER CARRY (min. 200 attempts) 7.72 EDWIN GOWINS, Stony Brook 20086.22 Sam Gado, Liberty 2002-04 6.10 Patrick Hall, Coastal Carolina 2003-05 6.06 Dre Barnes, Liberty 2002-04 6.03 Mike Tolbert, Coastal Carolina 2004-07 5.88 Tim Maypray, VMI 2006-09 5.74 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 2006-08 5.59 Howard Abegesah, VMI 2006-09 5.53 Eugene Goodman, Liberty 2002-04 5.49 Chris Foster, Gardner-Webb 2002-03 RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 46 Aundres Perkins, Coastal Carolina 42 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 29 Zach Terrell, Liberty 22 Sean Mizzer, VMI 22 Tim Maypray, VMI 22 PATRICK HALL, Gardner-Webb 21 Mike Tolbert, Coastal Carolina 20 EDWIN GOWINS, Stony Brook 19 Eugene Goodman, Liberty 19 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb

2003-06 2006-08 2005-08 2003-06 2006-09 20072004-07 20082002-04 2002-05

RUSHING YARDS PER GAME (min. 20 games) 117.6 Dre Barnes, Liberty 117.2 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 104.8 EDWIN GOWINS, Stony Brook 90.7 Conte Cuttino, Stony Brook 87.1 Sean Mizzer, VMI 76.9 Eugene Goodman, Liberty 73.3 Howard Abegesah, VMI 70.7 Chris Foster, Gardner-Webb 67.1 Patrick Hall, Coastal Carolina 62.0 Zach Terrell, Liberty

2002-04 2006-08 20082008-09 2003-06 2002-04 2006-09 2002-03 2003-05 2005-08

200-YARD RUSHING GAMES 4 Dre Barnes, Liberty 2 EDWIN GOWINS, Stony Brook 2 Conte Cuttino, Stony Brook

2002-04 20082008-09

100-YARD RUSHING GAMES 22 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 17 Dre Barnes, Liberty 15 Sean Mizzer, VMI 13 Howard Abegesah, VMI 9 Chris Foster, Gardner-Webb 9 EDWIN GOWINS, Stony Brook 8 Eugene Goodman, Liberty 8 Zach Terrell, Liberty 7 Conte Cuttino, Stony Brook 6 three players tied with

2006-08 2002-04 2003-06 2006-09 2002-03 20082002-04 2005-08 2008-09

MULTI-RUSHING TOUCHDOWN GAMES 15 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 14 Aundres Perkins, Coastal Carolina 8 PATRICK HALL, Gardner-Webb 6 Patrick Hall, Coastal Carolina 6 Sean Mizzer, VMI 6 Mike Tolbert, Coastal Carolina 6 Zach Terrell, Liberty 6 EDWIN GOWINS, Stony Brook

2006-08 2003-06 20072003-05 2003-06 2004-07 2005-08 2008-

3-TD RUSHING GAMES 5 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 3 Eugene Goodman, Liberty 3 Mike Tolbert, Coastal Carolina 3 EDWIN GOWINS, Stony Brook 2 Sam Gado, Liberty 2 Aundres Perkins, Coastal Carolina 2 Howard Abegesah, VMI

2006-08 2002-04 2004-07 20082002-04 2003-06 2006-09

4-TD RUSHING GAMES 1 Eugene Goodman, Liberty 1 Aundres Perkins, Coastal Carolina 1 Andre Copeland, Charleston Southern

2002-04 2003-06 2005

RUSHING YARDS, QUARTERBACK 1,785 Tim Maypray, VMI 2006-09 1,638 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina 2003-06 1,286 Kyle Hughes, VMI 2006-09 1,182 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 2002-05 803 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 2003-06 493 Ren McKinnon, Coastal Carolina 2003-07 455 Stan Doolittle, Gardner-Webb 2006-09 401 ZACH MacDOWALL, Coastal Carolina 2008365 C.W. Singletary, Elon 2002 361 Jeremy Martin, Gardner-Webb 2002 RUSHING ATTEMPTS, QUARTERBACK 504 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 361 Kyle Hughes, VMI 354 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 345 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina 310 Tim Maypray, VMI 262 Jonathan Wilson, VMI 255 Stan Doolittle, Gardner-Webb 157 ZACH MacDOWALL, Coastal Carolina 145 Devin Campbell, Gardner-Webb 137 BRANDON MILEY, Presbyterian

2003-06 2006-09 2002-05 2003-06 2006-09 2003-06 2006-09 20082005-08 2008-

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS, QUARTERBACK 19 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 2002-05 18 Tim Maypray, VMI 2006-09 17 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 2003-06 14 Jonathan Wilson, VMI 2003-06 14 Kyle Hughes, VMI 2006-09 13 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina 2003-06 8 Ren McKinnon, Coastal Carolina 2003-07 8 ZACH MacDOWALL, Coastal Carolina 20087 BRANDON MILEY, Presbyterian 20084 ďŹ ve players tied with PASSING YARDS 9,768 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 7,036 Brock Smith, Liberty 6,690 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 6,598 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina 5,614 Devin Campbell, Gardner-Webb 5,190 Stan Doolittle, Gardner-Webb 5,096 Jonathan Wilson, VMI 3,728 ZACH MacDOWALL, Coastal Carolina 3,448 BRANDON MILEY, Presbyterian 2,643 Kyle Hughes, VMI

2003-06 2005-08 2002-05 2003-06 2005-08 2006-09 2003-06 200820082006-09

PASS ATTEMPTS 1,344 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 1,007 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 879 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina 821 Stan Doolittle, Gardner-Webb 806 Brock Smith, Liberty 749 Devin Campbell, Gardner-Webb 721 Jonathan Wilson, VMI 539 BRANDON MILEY, Presbyterian 485 ZACH MacDOWALL, Coastal Carolina 354 Tim Webb, Presbyterian

2003-06 2002-05 2003-06 2006-09 2005-08 2005-08 2003-06 200820082008-09

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PASS COMPLETIONS 833 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 597 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 506 Stan Doolittle, Gardner-Webb 486 Tyler Thigen, Coastal Carolina 484 Brock Smith, Liberty 440 Devin Campbell, Gardner-Webb 419 Jonathan Wilson, VMI 309 BRANDON MILEY, Presbyterian 283 ZACH MacDOWALL, Coastal Carolina 210 Tim Webb, Presbyterian

2003-06 2002-05 2006-09 2003-06 2005-08 2005-08 2003-06 200820082008-09

TOUCHDOWN PASSES 73 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 53 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina 50 Brock Smith, Liberty 48 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 39 Devin Campbell, Gardner-Webb 28 Jonathan Wilson, VMI 28 Stan Doolittle, Gardner-Webb 25 Kyle Hughes, VMI 25 ZACH MacDOWALL, Coastal Carolina 23 Tribble Reese, Charleston Southern

2003-06 2003-06 2005-08 2002-05 2005-08 2003-06 2006-09 2006-09 20082008

INTERCEPTIONS THROWN 45 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 44 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 29 Devin Campbell, Gardner-Webb 28 BRANDON MILEY, Presbyterian 25 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina

2002-05 2003-06 2005-08 20082003-06

LOWEST PERCENTAGE OF INT (min. 300 attempts) 1.23 Jeremy Martin, Gardner-Webb (4 on 326) 2002 2.68 Stan Doolittle, GWU (22 on 821) 2006-09 2.77 Jonathan Wilson, VMI (20 on 721) 2003-06 2.84 Tyler Thigpen, CCU (25 on 879) 2003-06 2.85 Brock Smith, Liberty (23 on 806) 2005-08 3.27 Collin Drafts, CSU (44 on 1344) 2003-06 3.51 ZACH MacDOWALL, CCU (17 on 485) 20083.74 William Richardson, CCU(16 on 321) 2005-08 3.87 Devin Campbell, GWU (29 on 749) 2005-08 3.87 Tribble Reese, CSU (12 on 310) 2008 COMPLETION PERCENTAGE (min. 300 attempts) 62.0 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 61.6 Stan Doolittle, Gardner-Webb 61.0 Tribble Reese, Charleston Southern 60.0 Brock Smith, Liberty 59.3 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 59.3 Tim Webb, Presbyterian 59.2 Jeremy Martin, Gardner-Webb 58.7 Devin Campbell, Gardner-Webb 58.4 ZACH MacDOWALL, Coastal Carolina 58.3 A.J. TOSCANO, Charleston Southern

2003-06 2006-09 2008 2005-08 2002-05 2008-09 2002 2005-08 20082008-

PASSING EFF. (min. 20 games, 15 pass att. per game) 148.14 Brock Smith, Liberty 2005-08 134.43 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 2003-06 132.63 ZACH MacDOWALL, Coastal Carolina 2008132.56 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina 2003-06 131.16 Devin Campbell, Gardner-Webb 2005-08 124.76 Jonathan Wilson, VMI 2003-06 121.87 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 2002-05 120.61 Stan Doolittle, Gardner-Webb 2006-09 112.36 BRANDON MILEY, Presbyterian 200890.20 Gus Condon, Liberty 2002-03 PASSING YARDS PER GAME (min. 20 games) 222.0 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 175.9 Brock Smith, Liberty 169.5 ZACH MacDOWALL, Coastal Carolina 167.3 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 165.1 Devin Campbell, Gardner-Webb 164.2 BRANDON MILEY, Presbyterian 160.9 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina 159.3 Jonathan Wilson, VMI 144.2 Stan Doolittle, Gardner-Webb 94.7 William Richardson, Coastal Carolina

2003-06 2005-08 20082002-05 2005-08 20082003-06 2003-06 2006-09 2005-08


CAREER RECORDS 400-YARD PASSING GAMES 2 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern

2003-06

300-YARD PASSING GAMES 6 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 2003-06 5 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina 2003-06 3 Devin Campbell, Gardner-Webb 2005-08 3 BRANDON MILEY, Presbyterian 20083 ZACH MacDOWALL, Coastal Carolina 20085-TOUCHDOWN PASSING GAMES 2 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 1 Jeremy Martin, Gardner-Webb 4-TOUCHDOWN PASS GAMES 6 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 3 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 3 Tribble Reese, Charleston Southern 2 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina

2003-06 2002

2003-06 2002-05 2008 2003-06

3-TOUCHDOWN PASS GAMES 9 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 9 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 8 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina 7 Brock Smith, Liberty 4 Devin Campbell, Gardner-Webb 4 Tribble Reese, Charleston Southern

2002-05 2003-06 2003-06 2005-08 2005-08 2008

TOTAL OFFENSE 10,571 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 8,236 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina 7,872 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 7,189 Brock Smith, Liberty 5,645 Stan Doolittle, Gardner-Webb 5,485 Devin Campbell, Gardner-Webb 5,286 Jonathan Wilson, VMI 4,129 ZACH MacDOWALL, Coastal Carolina 3,929 Kyle Hughes, VMI 3,633 Rashad Jennings, Liberty

2003-06 2003-06 2002-05 2005-08 2006-09 2005-08 2003-06 20082006-09 2006-08

TOTAL OFFENSE PER GAME (min. 20 games) 240.3 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 200.9 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina 196.8 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 187.7 Zach MacDowall, Coastal Carolina 175.9 Brock Smith, Liberty 168.6 Brandon Miley, Presbyterian 165.2 Jonathan Wilson, VMI 161.3 Devin Campbell, Gardner-Webb 156.8 Stan Doolittle, Gardner-Webb 118.8 Dre Barnes, Liberty

2003-06 2003-06 2002-05 20082005-08 20082003-06 2005-08 2006-09 2002-04

TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS 1,848 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 1,361 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 1,224 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina 1,076 Stan Doolittle, Gardner-Webb 983 Jonathan Wilson, VMI 921 Brock Smith, Liberty 894 Devin Campbell, Gardner-Webb 676 Kyle Hughes, VMI 676 Brandon Miley, Presbyterian 647 Sean Mizzer, VMI

2003-06 2002-05 2003-06 2006-09 2003-06 2005-08 2005-08 2006-09 20082003-06

400-YARD TOTAL OFFENSE GAMES 2 Devin Campbell, Gardner-Webb 1 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 1 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 1 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina 1 Eli Byrd, Charleston Southern

2005-08 2002-05 2003-06 2003-06 2006-07

300-YARD TOTAL OFFENSE GAMES 11 Collin Drafts, Charleston Southern 2003-06 10 Tyler Thigpen, Coastal Carolina 2003-06 6 Nick Roberts, Gardner-Webb 2002-05 4 Devin Campbell, Gardner-Webb 2005-08 3 Jonathan Wilson, VMI 2003-06 3 ZACH MacDOWALL, Coastal Carolina 2008-

RECEPTIONS 202 Maurice Price, Charleston Southern 188 Duvaughn Flagler, Gardner-Webb 161 Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina 151 Zohn Burden, VMI 143 Wynton Jackson, Liberty 143 Dobson Collins, Gardner-Webb 138 Brandon Turner, Liberty 127 Kory Alston, Gardner-Webb 127 Austin Gaines, Gardner-Webb 124 Aaron Dunklin, Charleston Southern RECEIVING YARDS 2,720 Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina 2,552 Duvaughn Flagler, Gardner-Webb 2,429 Maurice Price, Charleston Southern 1,936 Zohn Burden, VMI 1,923 Wynton Jackson, Liberty 1,886 Brandon Turner, Liberty 1,781 Dominic Bolden, Liberty 1,748 Aaron Dunklin, Charleston Southern 1,745 Dobson Collins, Gardner-Webb 1,743 Kory Alston, Gardner-Webb

2004-06 2004-07 2004-07 2003-05 2003-07 2005-08 2004-07 2003-06 2003-06 2002-03

2004-07 2004-07 2004-06 2003-05 2003-07 2004-07 2005-08 2002-03 2005-08 2003-06

RECEIVING YARDS PER CATCH (50-99 receptions) 18.4 Tim Maypray, VMI 2006-09 17.6 Lauren Williams, Liberty 2003-05 14.7 Aaron Richardson, Gardner-Webb 2003-05 14.6 Jonathan Crawford, Liberty 2004-08 14.1 Chris Noble, Coastal Carolina 2003-06 RECEIVING YARDS PER CATCH (min. 100 receptions) 17.3 Dominic Bolden, Liberty 2005-08 16.9 Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina 2004-07 14.7 Markus Murry, Charleston Southern 2005-08 14.1 Aaron Dunklin, Charleston Southern 2002-03 13.7 William Andrews Jr., Gardner-Webb 2002-03 13.7 Kory Alston, Gardner-Webb 2003-06 13.7 Brandon Turner, Liberty 2004-07 TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS 44 Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina 31 Duvaughn Flagler, Gardner-Webb 21 William Andrews Jr., Gardner-Webb 19 Maurice Price, Charleston Southern 17 Kory Alston, Gardner-Webb 16 Dominic Bolden, Liberty 14 Dobson Collins, Gardner-Webb 13 Tim Maypray, VMI 12 four players tied with

2004-07 2004-07 2002-03 2004-06 2003-06 2005-08 2005-08 2006-09

RECEIVING YARDS PER GAME (min. 20 games) 93.4 Maurice Price, Charleston Southern 75.5 William Andrews Jr., Gardner-Webb 72.8 Aaron Dunklin, Charleston Southern 67.1 JAMES PERRY III, Gardner-Webb 66.5 Eddie Gadson, Charleston Southern 60.8 Duvaughn Flagler, Gardner-Webb 60.4 Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina 56.9 Zohn Burden, VMI 46.4 Lauren Williams, Liberty 44.7 Kory Alston, Gardner-Webb 44.7 MIKE BROWN, Liberty

2004-06 2002-03 2002-03 20082003-04 2004-07 2004-07 2003-05 2003-05 2003-06 2008-

10-RECEPTION GAMES 8 Maurice Price, Charleston Southern 3 Eddie Gadson, Charleston Southern 3 Duvaughn Flagler, Gardner-Webb 2 Zohn Burden, VMI 2 Dobson Collins, Gardner-Webb 2 MIKE BROWN, Liberty

2004-06 2003-04 2004-07 2003-05 2005-08 2008-

200-YARD RECEIVING GAMES 1 Duvaughn Flagler, Gardner-Webb 1 Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina 1 Tim Maypray, VMI

2004-07 2004-07 2006-09

100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES 10 Maurice Price, Charleston Southern 7 Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina 7 Duvaughn Flagler, Gardner-Webb 6 Aaron Dunklin, Charleston Southern 6 Dobson Collins, Gardner-Webb

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MULTI-RECEIVING TOUCHDOWN GAMES 14 Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina 7 William Andrews Jr., Gardner-Webb 6 Kory Alston, Gardner-Webb 6 Duvaughn Flagler, Gardner-Webb 5 Maurice Price, Charleston Southern

2004-07 2002-03 2003-06 2004-07 2004-06

4-TD RECEIVING GAMES 1 Maurice Price, Charleston Southern

2004-06

3-TD RECEIVING GAMES 1 William Andrews Jr., Gardner-Webb 1 Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina 1 Maurice Price, Charleston Southern 1 Duvaughn Flagler, Gardner-Webb 1 GERALD STEVENSON, Charleston So. 1 Dwayne Eley, Stony Brook

2002-03 2004-07 2004-06 2004-07 20072008

DEFENSE TOTAL TACKLES 454 Jada Ross, Charleston Southern 364 Jamar Leath, Coastal Carolina 348 Manny Rojas, Liberty 313 Mario Brown, Gardner-Webb 308 Justin Huggard, VMI 308 Todd Baldwin, VMI 306 Keppy Baucom, Gardner-Webb 299 Mario Williams, Gardner-Webb 295 Jonna Lee, Charleston Southern 291 Robert Mason, VMI

2004-07 2003-06 2003-06 2005-09 2003-05 2003-05 2002-05 2002-04 2003-07 2003-05

SOLO TACKLES 195 Jada Ross, Charleston Southern 167 Mario Williams, Gardner-Webb 163 Daniel Cooke, Gardner-Webb 153 Mario Brown, Gardner-Webb 145 Jonna Lee, Charleston Southern 142 Robert Mason, VMI 140 Manny Rojas, Liberty 135 Justin Huggard, VMI 135 JEFFERY WILLIAMS, Gardner-Webb 134 Maurice Simpkins, Coastal Carolina 134 Rent Sherrill, Gardner-Webb

2004-07 2002-04 2005-08 2005-09 2003-07 2003-05 2003-06 2003-05 20072003-05 2004-07

ASSISTED TACKLES 259 Jada Ross, Charleston Southern 233 Jamar Leath, Coastal Carolina 208 Manny Rojas, Liberty 195 Keppy Baucom, Gardner-Webb 179 Todd Baldwin, VMI 177 Josh Mitchell, Charleston Southern 173 Justin Huggard, VMI 160 Mario Brown, Gardner-Webb 151 JEFFERY WILLIAMS, Gardner-Webb 150 Jonna Lee, Charleston Southern

2004-07 2003-06 2003-06 2002-05 2003-05 2004-08 2003-05 2005-09 20072003-07

TACKLES PER GAME (min. 200 tackles) 11.07 Mario Williams, Gardner-Webb 10.56 Jada Ross, Charleston Southern 9.86 JEFFERY WILLIAMS, Gardner-Webb 9.33 Todd Baldwin, VMI 9.06 Justin Huggard, VMI 8.82 Robert Mason, VMI 8.50 Nick Vaughn, Liberty 8.47 Jamar Leath, Coastal Carolina 8.24 Maurice Simpkins, Coastal Carolina 7.85 Keppy Baucom, Gardner-Webb

2002-04 2004-07 20072003-05 2003-05 2003-05 2002-04 2003-06 2003-05 2002-05

TACKLES FOR LOSS 53.5-257 Brian Johnston, Gardner-Webb 35.5-119 Jonna Lee, Charleston Southern 34.5-173 Adrain Grady, Coastal Carolina 34.0-146 Maurice Simpkins, Coastal Carolina 32.5-96 Jada Ross, Charleston Southern 31.5-111 Harold Wells, Gardner-Webb 30.0-103 Steve Ackley, Liberty 29.5-104 Seth Reichert, Liberty 29.5-136 Eric Hall, VMI 28.5- ďŹ ve players tied with

2004-07 2003-07 2003-07 2003-05 2004-07 2002-04 2004-07 2002-04 2003-06


CAREER RECORDS QUARTERBACK SACKS 20.5-140 Brian Johnston, Gardner-Webb 17.0-124 Adrain Grady, Coastal Carolina 16.5-97 Phillip Oboh, Coastal Carolina 14.0-83 Aaron DeBerry, Liberty 14.0-86 Maurice Simpkins, Coastal Carolina 13.0-69 Harold Wells, Gardner-Webb 12.5-92 Eric Hall, VMI 11.0-65 Bryan Thornburg, Gardner-Webb 11.0-48 Jake Killeen, Charleston Southern 10.0-54 Tavoris Horton, Gardner-Webb 10.0-48 DAMISO ALEXANDER, VMI

2004-07 2003-07 2006-09 2002-03 2003-05 2002-04 2003-06 2002-04 2007-08 2002-04 2007-

20-TACKLE GAMES 2 Jada Ross, Charleston Southern 2004-07 1 Mario Williams, Gardner-Webb 2002-04 1 Mike Pavelko, Gardner-Webb 2005-07 1 Mario Brown, Gardner-Webb 2005-09 1 DOMINIQUE DAVENPORT, Coastal Caro. 2006INTERCEPTIONS 17 Quinton Teal, Coastal Carolina 11 Phillip Ashley, Charleston Southern 11 Marrio Norman, Coastal Carolina 10 Dewitt Myers, Coastal Carolina 10 JOSH NORMAN, Coastal Carolina 8 Mario Williams, Gardner-Webb 8 Daniel Cooke, Gardner-Webb 8 Patrick Calvary, Liberty 8 CEDRIC McGOWAN, Gardner-Webb 7 four players tied with

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INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS 184 Erick Harris, Liberty 2002-04 170 Phillip Ashley, Charleston Southern 2006-08 152 Justin Huggard, VMI 2003-05 150 KEON CUNNINGHAM, Coastal Carolina 2007123 Jonathan Carmon, Charleston Southern 2004-07 117 Mario Williams, Gardner-Webb 2002-04 114 Patrick Calvary, Liberty 2005-08 112 Greg Williamson, Coastal Carolina 2003-04 103 ANTWAIN HARVEY, Charleston Southern 2009102 Allen Davis, Gardner-Webb 2004 INTERCEPTION RETURN TOUCHDOWNS 2 Mario Williams, Gardner-Webb 2 Erick Harris, Liberty 2 Cory Giddings, Stony Brook

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PASS BREAK-UPS 31 Quinton Teal, Coastal Carolina 30 Mario Williams, Gardner-Webb 24 Patrick Calvary, Liberty 23 Marrio Norman, Coastal Carolina 21 Daniel Cooke, Gardner-Webb 21 Cedric McGowan, Gardner-Webb 18 Rent Sherrill, Gardner-Webb 17 Allen Davis, Gardner-Webb 17 Robert Mason, VMI 16 Tavares Shorter, Charleston Southern

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PASSES DEFENDED 48 Quinton Teal, Coastal Carolina 38 Mario Williams, Gardner-Webb 34 Marrio Norman, Coastal Carolina 32 Patrick Calvary, Liberty 29 Daniel Cooke, Gardner-Webb 29 Cedric McGowan, Gardner-Webb 24 Dewitt Myers, Coastal Carolina 24 JOSH NORMAN, Coastal Carolina 23 Tavares Shorter, Charleston Southern 22 Allen Davis, Gardner-Webb 22 Rent Sherrill, Gardner-Webb

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FORCED FUMBLES 8 Mario Williams, Gardner-Webb 8 Brian Johnston, Gardner-Webb 7 Manny Rojas, Liberty

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FUMBLE RETURNS/RECOVERIES 7 Mario Williams, Gardner-Webb 7 Okeba Rollinson, Charleston Southern 5 four players tied with

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FUMBLE RETURN YARDS 99 Randall State, Liberty 87 Bryant Youngblood, VMI 79 Vincent Graves, Elon 77 Jada Ross, Charleston Southern 75 Bo Tribble, Presbyterian 68 Calvin Sutton, Elon 56 JOSEPH KIRKPATRICK, Stony Brook 53 Okeba Rollinson, Charleston Southern 49 Lee Bishop, Liberty 48 BRIAN LEONARDI, Presbyterian

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FUMBLE RETURN TOUCHDOWNS 1 several tied with

SCORING OVERALL SCORING 297 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina 286 Aundres Perkins, Coastal Carolina 278 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 264 Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina 228 Hunter Smith, Gardner-Webb 228 Tim Maypray, VMI 214 Nick Ellis, Charleston Southern 194 Duvaughn Flagler, Gardner-Webb 175 JUSTIN DURHAM, Coastal Carolina 174 Zach Terrell, Liberty

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NON-KICK SCORING 286 Aundres Perkins, Coastal Carolina 278 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 264 Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina 228 Tim Maypray, VMI 194 Duvaughn Flagler, Gardner-Webb 174 Zach Terrell, Liberty 150 Sean Mizzer, VMI 144 Dominic Bolden, Liberty 134 Mike Tolbert, Coastal Carolina 134 PATRICK HALL, Gardner-Webb

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KICK SCORING 297 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina 228 Hunter Smith, Gardner-Webb 214 Nick Ellis, Charleston Southern 175 JUSTIN DURHAM, Coastal Carolina 163 MATT BEVINS, Liberty 152 RYAN GATES, Gardner-Webb 142 Barrett Way, VMI 124 JOHN PAGLIA, Charleston Southern 119 Zac Kolegue, Liberty 101 Noah Greenbaum, Liberty

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TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 47 Aundres Perkins, Coastal Carolina 46 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 44 Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina 38 Tim Maypray, VMI 32 Duvaughn Flagler, Gardner-Webb 29 Zach Terrell, Liberty 25 Sean Mizzer, VMI 24 Dominic Bolden, Liberty 22 Sam Gado, Liberty 22 Mike Tolbert, Coastal Carolina 22 PATRICK HALL, Gardner-Webb

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MULTI-TOUCHDOWN GAMES 16 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 14 Aundres Perkins, Coastal Carolina 14 Jerome Simpson, Coastal Carolina 8 Sean Mizzer, VMI 8 Tim Maypray, VMI 8 PATRICK HALL, Gardner-Webb

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4-TOUCHDOWN GAMES 1 Eugene Goodman, Liberty 1 Aundres Perkins, Coastal Carolina 1 Andre Copeland, Charleston Southern 1 Maurice Price, Charleston Southern 1 Tim Maypray, VMI

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3-TOUCHDOWN GAMES 7 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 3 Eugene Goodman, Liberty 3 Aundres Perkins, Coastal Carolina 3 Mike Tolbert, Coastal Carolina 3 Dominic Bolden, Liberty 3 EDWIN GOWINS, Stony Brook 2 Sam Gado, Liberty 2 Howard Abegesah, VMI

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PATs 177-183 127-135 118-131 77-81 73-83 65-67 61-63 56-59 55-61 48-50

Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina Nick Ellis, Charleston Southern Hunter Smith, Gardner-Webb Zac Kolegue, Liberty JUSTIN DURHAM, Coastal Carolina RYAN GATES, Gardner-Webb MATT BEVINS, Liberty Noah Greenbaum, Liberty Barrett Way, VMI Greg Stevens, VMI

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FIELD GOALS 40-63 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina 37-52 Hunter Smith, Gardner-Webb 34-52 JUSTIN DURHAM, Coastal Carolina 34-42 MATT BEVINS, Liberty 29-37 Barrett Way, VMI 29-45 Nick Ellis, Charleston Southern 29-38 RYAN GATES, Gardner-Webb 26-36 JOHN PAGLIA, Charleston Southern 17-24 Matt Sharpe, VMI 15-19 Noah Greenbaum, Liberty 15-17 WES SKIFFINGTON, Stony Brook

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10-POINT KICKING GAMES 10 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina 6 MATT BEVINS, Liberty 5 Noah Greenbaum, Liberty 5 RYAN GATES, Gardner-Webb 5 JOHN PAGLIA, Charleston Southern 4 Matt Sharpe, VMI

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SPECIAL TEAMS PAT PERCENTAGE (min. 35 made) 100.0 Taylor Ports, Gardner-Webb (35-35) 97.0 RYAN GATES, Gardner-Webb (65-67) 96.8 MATT BEVINS, Liberty (61-63) 96.7 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina (177-183) 96.0 Greg Stevens, VMI (48-50) 95.2 Matt Sharpe, VMI (40-42) 95.1 Zac Kolegue, Liberty (77-81) 94.9 Noah Greenbaum, Liberty (56-59) 94.1 Nick Ellis, Charleston Southern (127-135) 90.2 Barrett Way, VMI (55-61)

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FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (15-24 made) 88.2 WES SKIFFINGTON, Stony Brook (15-17) 200978.9 Noah Greenbaum, Liberty (15-19) 2007 70.8 Matt Sharpe, VMI (17-24) 2003 FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 25 made) 81.0 MATT BEVINS, Liberty (34-42) 200878.4 Barrett Way, VMI (29-37) 2004-06 76.3 RYAN GATES, Gardner-Webb (29-38) 200872.2 JOHN PAGLIA, Charleston So. (26-36) 200771.2 Hunter Smith, Gardner-Webb (37-52) 2003-06 65.4 JUSTIN DURHAM, Coastal Caro. (34-52) 200764.4 Nick Ellis, Charleston Southern (29-45) 2003-07 63.5 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina (40-63) 2003-06 MOST 50-YARD FIELD GOALS 2 Barrett Way, VMI 2 Hunter Smith, Gardner-Webb 1 Matt Sharpe, VMI 1 JOHN PAGLIA, Charleston Southern 1 MATT BEVINS, Liberty

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CAREER RECORDS MOST 40-YARD-PLUS FIELD GOALS 13 Hunter Smith, Gardner-Webb 9 RYAN GATES, Gardner-Webb 9 MATT BEVINS, Liberty 8 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina 8 JOHN PAGLIA, Charleston Southern 7 Matt Sharpe, VMI 7 Barrett Way, VMI 7 Nick Ellis, Charleston Southern 6 JUSTIN DURHAM, Coastal Carolina 4 Scott Kiovsky, Liberty

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PUNTS 221 171 155 152 148 145 136 97 66 63

Adam Peters, VMI Michael Hanna, Gardner-Webb Noah Crouch, Liberty Graham Whitlock, Gardner-Webb Nick Ellis, Charleston Southern BEN ERDMAN, Coastal Carolina Rob Williams, Coastal Carolina ANDY BROWN, Charleston Southern Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina Hart Pearson, Charleston Southern

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PUNTING YARDS 8,700 Adam Peters, VMI 6,883 Michael Hanna, Gardner-Webb 6,476 Graham Whitlock, Gardner-Webb 6,075 Noah Crouch, Liberty 5,262 Nick Ellis, Charleston Southern 5,131 BEN ERDMAN, Coastal Carolina 4,686 Rob Williams, Coastal Carolina 3,489 ANDY BROWN, Charleston Southern 2,456 Josh Hoke, Coastal Carolina 2,360 Hart Pearson, Charleston Southern

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PUNTING AVERAGE (50-149 punts) 42.6 Graham Whitlock, Gardner-Webb 40.3 Michael Hanna, Gardner-Webb 39.4 Adam Peters, VMI 39.2 Noah Crouch, Liberty 37.5 Hart Pearson, Charleston Southern

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PUNTING AVERAGE (min. 150 punts) 42.6 Graham Whitlock, Gardner-Webb 40.3 Michael Hanna, Gardner-Webb 39.4 Adam Peters, VMI 39.2 Noah Crouch, Liberty

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MOST PUNTS INSIDE THE 20-YARD LINE 53 Adam Peters, VMI 49 Michael Hanna, Gardner-Webb 45 Noah Crouch, Liberty 40 Graham Whitlock, Gardner-Webb 36 BEN ERDMAN, Coastal Carolina 30 Rob Williams, Coastal Carolina 29 ANDY BROWN, Charleston Southern 28 Nick Ellis, Charleston Southern 24 MIKE LARSSON, Liberty

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PUNT RETURNS 43 Wynton Jackson, Liberty 42 David Parker, Coastal Carolina 36 Kory Alston, Gardner-Webb 34 Adrian Hall, Liberty 29 Tim Maypray, VMI 28 Gary Price, VMI 28 Dobson Collins, Gardner-Webb 27 Jared Brodgen, Liberty 26 C.J. Hirschman, Charleston Southern 23 Eddie Gadson, Charleston Southern

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PUNT RETURN YARDS 525 Wynton Jackson, Liberty 484 Kory Alston, Gardner-Webb 345 David Parker, Coastal Carolina 313 Tim Maypray, VMI 308 Dominic Bolden, Liberty 280 C.J. Hirschman, Charleston Southern 271 Adrian Hall, Liberty 249 Dobson Collins, Gardner-Webb 234 Greg Williamson, Coastal Carolina 220 Gary Price, VMI

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PUNT RETURN AVERAGE (min. 1.2 returns per game) 10.4 Mike Washington, Charleston Southern 2002 10.1 Allen Davis, Gardner-Webb 2004 8.9 Josh Hubbard, Gardner-Webb 2002-03 8.2 David Parker, Coastal Carolina 2003-05 7.9 Adrian Hall, Liberty 2002-04 7.7 Jared Brodgen, Liberty 2004-05 7.3 Eddie Gadson, Charleston Southern 2003-04 6.8 JORDAN GUSH, Stony Brook 20096.4 Travis Anderson, Gardner-Webb 2002 4.9 Arketa Banks, Elon 2002

COMBINED KICK RETURNS 127 Tim Maypray, VMI (98 KR, 29 PR) 2006-09 94 Adrian Hall, Liberty (60 KR, 34 PR) 2002-04 91 GERALD STEVENSON, CSU (80 KR, 11 PR) 200775 TYSON PETTY, GWU (66 KR, 9 PR) 200768 Wynton Jackson, Liberty (25 KR, 43 PR) 2003-07 67 Dominic Bolden, Liberty (49 KR, 18 PR) 2005-08 60 Kijana Thomas, CSU (51 KR, 9 PR) 2002-04 60 David Parker, CCU (18 KR, 42 PR) 2003-05 53 Mike Washington, CSU (33 KR, 20 PR) 2002 53 Sean Mizzer, VMI (37 KR, 16 PR) 2003-06

PUNT RETURN TOUCHDOWNS 3 Kory Alston, Gardner-Webb 2 Greg Williamson, Coastal Carolina 2 Erick Harris, Liberty 2 Wynton Jackson, Liberty 2 Dominic Bolden, Liberty

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KICKOFF RETURNS 98 Tim Maypray, VMI 80 GERALD STEVENSON, Charleston So. 66 TYSON PETTY, Gardner-Webb 60 Adrian Hall, Liberty 51 Kijana Thomas, Charleston Southern 51 Arthur Sitton, Coastal Carolina 50 TYLER ROBBINS, Presbyterian 49 Dominic Bolden, Liberty 48 Brandon Jackson, Gardner-Webb 46 Duvaughn Flagler, Gardner-Webb

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COMBINED KICK RETURN YARDS 2,492 Tim Maypray, VMI (2181 KR, 313 PR) 2006-09 1,944 GERALD STEVENSON, CSU (1836 KR, 108 PR) 20071,717 Dominic Bolden, LU (1409 KR, 308 PR) 2005-08 1,490 Adrian Hall, LU (1219 KR, 271 PR) 2002-04 1,430 TYSON PETTY, GWU (1396 KR, 34 PR) 20071,185 Kijana Thomas, CSU (1163 KR, 22 PR) 2002-04 1,129 Wynton Jackson, LU (604 KR, 525 PR) 2003-07 1,075 Brandon Jackson, GWU (1075 KR) 2006-09 1,051 Arthur Sitton, CCU (1051 KR) 2005-08 1,039 Mike Washington, CSU (831 KR, 208 PR) 2002

KICKOFF RETURN YARDS 2,181 Tim Maypray, VMI 1,836 GERALD STEVENSON, Charleston So. 1,409 Dominic Bolden, Liberty 1,396 TYSON PETTY, Gardner-Webb 1,219 Adrian Hall, Liberty 1,163 Kijana Thomas, Charleston Southern 1,075 Brandon Jackson, Gardner-Webb 1,051 Arthur Sitton, Coastal Carolina 1,030 TYLER ROBBINS, Presbyterian 1,022 Duvaughn Flagler, Gardner-Webb

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KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE (min. 1.2 returns per game) 25.2 Mike Washington, Charleston Southern 2002 24.3 Titus Green, VMI 2003-05 23.9 Michael Jefferson, Charleston Southern 200723.3 Darnell Williams, Coastal Carolina 2003-05 23.0 GERALD STEVENSON, Charleston So. 200722.8 Kijana Thomas, Charleston Southern 2002-04 22.5 Arketa Banks, Elon 2002 22.4 Brandon Jackson, Gardner-Webb 2006-09 22.3 Tim Maypray, VMI 2006-09 21.8 Rajah Jenkins, VMI 2008KICKOFF RETURN TOUCHDOWNS 3 Dominic Bolden, Liberty 2005-08 2 Tim Maypray, VMI 2006-09 1 Mike Washington, Charleston Southern 2002 1 Sam Gado, Liberty 2002-04 1 Tavares Shorter, Charleston Southern 2003-05 1 Arthur Sitton, Coastal Carolina 2005-08 1 Wynton Jackson, Liberty 2003-07 1 Jonathan Crawford, Liberty 2004-08 1 DEON LEE, Charleston Southern 20091 David Montgomery, Gardner-Webb 2006-09 1 Aaron Hewlett, Liberty 2008-09 COMBINED KICK RETURN TOUCHDOWNS 5 Dominic Bolden, Liberty (3 KR, 2 PR) 2005-08 3 Kory Alston, Gardner-Webb (3 PR) 2003-06 3 Wynton Jackson, Liberty (2 PR, 1 KR) 2003-07 3 Tim Maypray, VMI (2 KR, 1 PR) 2006-09 2 Greg Williamson, Coastal Carolina (2 PR) 2003-04 2 Erick Harris, Liberty (2 PR) 2002-04 2 Jonathan Crawford, Liberty (1 PR, 1 KR) 2004-08

MISCELLANEOUS ALL-PURPOSE YARDS 6,129 Tim Maypray, VMI 4,621 Sean Mizzer, VMI 4,155 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 3,984 Gerald Stevenson, Charleston Southern 3,782 Dre Barnes, Liberty 3,614 Duvaughn Flagler, Gardner-Webb 3,595 Dominic Bolden, Liberty 3,161 Wynton Jackson, Liberty 2,908 Howard Abegesah, VMI 2,854 Zach Terrell, Liberty

ALL-PURPOSE YDS PER GAME (min. 20 games) 142.5 Tim Maypray, VMI (6129 in 43) 2006-09 134.0 Rashad Jennings, Liberty (4155 in 31) 2006-08 130.4 Dre Barnes, Liberty (3782 in 29) 2002-04 124.9 Sean Mizzer, VMI (4621 in 37) 2003-06 117.2 GERALD STEVENSON, CSU (3984 in 34) 2007109.6 Conte Cuttino, Stony Brook (2411 in 22) 2008-09 104.7 EDWIN GOWINS, Stony Brook (2199 in 21)200893.7 Maurice Price, CSU (2436 in 26) 2004-06 86.0 Duvaughn Flagler, GWU (3614 in 42) 2004-07 82.7 Aaron Dunklin, CSU (1985 in 24) 2002-03 300-YARD ALL-PURPOSE GAMES 2 Tim Maypray, VMI 1 GERALD STEVENSON, Charleston So.

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200-YARD ALL-PURPOSE GAMES 10 Tim Maypray, VMI 6 Rashad Jennings, Liberty 5 Dre Barnes, Liberty 4 GERALD STEVENSON, Charleston So. 2 several tied with

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BLOCKED KICKS 5 Eric Hall, VMI 5 JUSTIN BETHEL, Presbyterian 4 Erick Harris, Liberty 4 Braden Cannon, Coastal Carolina 4 Jada Ross, Charleston Southern 4 Trey Jacobs, Liberty 3 Robert Mason, VMI 3 Jamaal Walton, VMI 3 Quinton Teal, Coastal Carolina 2 several tied with

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SINGLE-GAME TEAM RECORDS OFFENSE POINTS SCORED 73 Liberty vs. VMI (11-10-07) 71 Coastal Carolina vs. Mansfield, (11-12-05) 69 Liberty vs. Norfolk State (11-8-03) 69 VMI vs. Chowan (9-20-08) 68 Liberty vs. St. Francis, Pa. (9-29-07) 68 Stony Brook at Iona (11-8-08) 66 Coastal Carolina vs. Savannah State (11-4-06) 66 Gardner-Webb vs. Savannah State (11-3-07) 65 Gardner-Webb vs. Union College (9-3-05) 65 Gardner-Webb vs. Southern Virginia (9-24-09) TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 10 Coastal Carolina vs. Mansfield (11-12-05) 10 Liberty vs. VMI (11-10-07) 10 VMI vs. Chowan (9-20-08) 10 Stony Brook at Iona (11-8-08) 9 Liberty vs. Norfolk State (11-8-03) 9 Gardner-Webb vs. Union College (9-3-05) 9 Charleston Southern vs. West Virginia Wesleyan (10-15-05) 9 Coastal Carolina vs. Savannah State (11-4-06) 9 Liberty vs. St. Francis, Pa. (9-29-07) 9 Gardner-Webb vs. Savannah State (11-3-07) TOTAL OFFENSE 695 Charleston Southern vs. West Virginia Wesleyan, 10-15-05 (397 R, 298 P) 668 Stony Brook at Iona, 11-8-08 (635 R, 33 P) 659 VMI vs. Chowan, 9-20-08 (517 R, 142 P) 648 VMI vs. Presbyterian, 11-22-08 (497 R, 151 P) 641 Charleston Southern vs. Allen, 11-6-04 (222 R, 419 P) 638 Coastal Carolina at Gardner-Webb, 11-11-06 (332 R, 306 P) 633 Gardner-Webb vs. Southern Virginia, 10-24-09 (335 R, 298 P) 623 Stony Brook vs. Presbyterian, 10-3-09 (295 R, 328 P) 622 Stony Brook vs. VMI, 11-15-08 (447 R, 175 P) 607 Gardner-Webb vs. Savannah State, 11-3-07 (366 R, 241 P) TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS 99 Gardner-Webb at VMI, 10-22-05 (59 R, 40 P) 95 VMI vs. Gardner-Webb, 10-20-07 (70 R, 25 P) 93 Presbyterian at VMI, 11-22-08 (37 R, 56 P) 90 Charleston Southern at North Greenville, 9-29-07 (36 R, 54 P) 88 Gardner-Webb vs. Belhaven, 9-10-05 (49 R, 39 P) 88 Gardner-Webb at Furman, 10-1-05 (35 R, 53 P) 88 Coastal Carolina vs. Gardner-Webb, 11-7-09 (46 R, 42 P) 87 Gardner-Webb at Chattanooga, 9-21-02 (46 R, 41 P) 87 Gardner-Webb at Tennessee-Martin, 11-2-02 (44 R, 43 P) 87 Gardner-Webb vs. Wofford, 11-19-05 (39 R, 48 P) 87 Charleston Southern vs. Presbyterian, 11-10-07 (38 R, 49 P) TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS PER PLAY 10.45 VMI vs. Presbyterian, 11-22-08 (62 for 648) 9.91 Coastal Carolina at VMI, 10-14-06 (56 for 555) 9.65 Charleston Southern vs. West Virginia Wesleyan, 10-15-05 (72 for 695) 9.55 VMI vs. Chowan, 9-20-08 (69 for 659) 9.54 Stony Brook vs. Iona, 11-8-08 (70 for 668) 9.53 Liberty vs. St. Francis, Pa., 9-29-07 (62 for 591) 9.31 Gardner-Webb vs. Southern Virginia, 10-24-09 (68 for 633) 9.09 Liberty vs. Coastal Carolina, 11-3-07 (58 for 527) 8.95 Coastal Carolina at Wofford, 9-9-06 (57 for 510) 8.94 Coastal Carolina vs. Charleston (WV), 10-9-04 (66 for 590) RUSHING YARDS 635 Stony Brook at Iona (11-8-08) 517 VMI vs. Chowan (9-20-08) 497 VMI vs. Presbyterian (11-22-08) 490 Coastal Carolina vs. Chowan (10-13-07) 459 Liberty vs. Norfolk State (11-8-03) 447 Stony Brook vs. VMI (11-15-08) 443 VMI at Robert Morris (9-29-07) 424 Elon vs. Liberty (11-9-02) 424 VMI vs. Presbyterian (10-24-09) 422 VMI vs. Old Dominion (11-21-09)

RUSHING ATTEMPTS 72 Elon at Charleston Southern (11-16-02) 70 VMI vs. Gardner-Webb (10-20-07) 69 VMI at Presbyterian (10-24-09) 68 VMI vs. Liberty (11-18-06) 67 Coastal Carolina vs. Chowan (10-13-07) 66 Elon at North Carolina A&T (9-28-02) 66 Liberty vs. Hofstra (11-22-03) 66 VMI vs. Liberty (11-8-08) 65 Elon vs. Florida International (9-7-02) 65 Coastal Carolina at Charleston Southern (11-17-07) YARDS PER RUSH (min. 20 attempts) 11.79 Coastal Carolina at VMI, 10-14-06 (28 for 330) 10.08 Stony Brook at Iona, 11-8-08 (63 for 635) 9.23 VMI vs. Chowan, 9-20-08 (56 for 517) 9.04 VMI vs. Presbyterian, 11-22-08 (55 for 497) 8.97 Liberty at Savannah State, 9-23-06 (33 for 296) 8.82 Charleston Southern vs. West Virginia Wesleyan, 10-15-05 (45 for 397) 8.76 Stony Brook vs. VMI, 11-15-08 (51 for 447) 8.58 Coastal Carolina vs. Charleston (WV), 10-9-04 (45 for 386) 8.54 Coastal Carolina vs. VMI, 10-27-07 (37 for 316) 8.53 Coastal Carolina vs. North Greenville, 9-25-04 (45 for 384) RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 9 Stony Brook at Iona (11-8-08) 8 Liberty vs. Norfolk State (11-8-03) 7 Coastal Carolina vs. Charleston (WV) (10-11-03) 7 Coastal Carolina vs. Charleston Southern (11-20-04) 7 Charleston Southern vs. West Virginia Wesleyan (10-15-05) 7 Coastal Carolina vs. Mansfield (11-12-05) 7 VMI vs. Chowan (9-20-08) PASSING YARDS 431 Charleston Southern vs. North Greenville (10-25-03) 419 Charleston Southern vs. Allen (11-6-04) 407 Gardner-Webb vs. Union College (9-3-05) 406 Charleston Southern vs. Gardner-Webb (11-4-06) 398 Charleston Southern at North Greenville (9-29-07) 396 Charleston Southern at The Citadel (11-21-02) 394 Gardner-Webb vs. Wofford (11-19-05) 394 Gardner-Webb at Stony Brook (11-1-08) 392 Gardner-Webb vs. VMI (10-25-08) 382 Charleston Southern vs. Presbyterian (11-10-07) 382 Coastal Carolina vs. Liberty (10-4-08) 382 Presbyterian at Gardner-Webb (10-18-08) PASS COMPLETIONS 38 Presbyterian at Gardner-Webb (10-18-08) 37 Presbyterian at Wofford (8-30-08) 35 Gardner-Webb at Furman (10-1-05) 35 Presbyterian at Appalachian State (9-27-08) 34 Charleston Southern at North Greenville (9-29-07) 33 Gardner-Webb vs. Wofford (11-19-05) 32 Gardner-Webb at Stony Brook (11-1-08) 32 Presbyterian at VMI (11-22-08) 32 Gardner-Webb at VMI (10-3-09) 31 Charleston Southern vs. Gardner-Webb (11-4-06) 31 Charleston Southern at Wofford (9-8-07) PASSING ATTEMPTS 61 Presbyterian at Appalachian State (9-27-08) 56 Presbyterian at Wofford (8-30-08) 56 Presbyterian at VMI (11-22-08) 54 Charleston Southern at North Greenville (9-29-07) 53 Gardner-Webb at Furman (10-1-05) 52 Charleston Southern at Wofford (9-8-07) 52 Presbyterian at Gardner-Webb (10-18-08) 51 Charleston Southern at The Citadel (11-21-02) 51 Gardner-Webb at VMI (10-3-09) 49 three times PASS COMPLETION PERCENTAGE (min. 25 attempts) 81.5 Coastal Carolina at Gardner-Webb, 11-11-06 (22-of-27) 80.8 VMI vs. Georgetown, 9-27-03 (21-of-26) 80.6 Liberty at Lafayette, 9-19-09 (29-of-36) 80.0 Charleston Southern vs. Allen, 11-6-04 (24-of-30) 76.7 Charleston Southern at Gardner-Webb, 11-5-05 (23-of-30) 76.0 Liberty vs. Presbyterian, 10-27-07 (19-of-25) 76.0 Charleston Southern vs. VMI, 11-1-08 (19-of-25) 76.0 Charleston Southern vs. Savannah State, 10-3-09 (26-of-34) 76.0 Coastal Carolina vs. VMI, 10-10-09 (19-of-25) 76.0 Charleston Southern at VMI, 10-31-09 (19-of-25)

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SINGLE-GAME TEAM RECORDS TOUCHDOWN PASSES 6 Charleston Southern vs. North Greenville (10-23-04) 5 Liberty at Elon (11-9-02) 5 Gardner-Webb vs. Savannah State (11-16-02) 5 Gardner-Webb at VMI (10-18-03) 5 Gardner-Webb vs. Union College (9-3-05) 5 Charleston Southern at The Citadel (9-9-06) 5 Coastal Carolina vs. Savannah State (11-4-06) 5 Charleston Southern vs. Edward Waters (11-15-08) INTERCEPTIONS THROWN 5 Gardner-Webb vs. Coastal Carolina (11-11-06) 5 Charleston Southern at Wofford (9-8-07) 4 several tied with AVERAGE YARDS PER CATCH (min. 5 receptions) 29.5 Liberty vs. Appalachian State, 9-21-02 (6 for 177) 26.8 Liberty vs. Glenville State, 9-6-08 (8 for 214) 25.2 VMI vs. Presbyterian, 11-22-08 (6 for 151) 24.8 VMI at Norfolk State, 9-9-06 (6 for 149) 24.1 Liberty vs. Coastal Carolina, 11-3-07 (11 for 265) 23.7 VMI vs. Charleston Southern, 11-3-07 (11 for 261) 23.3 Coastal Carolina vs. Savannah State, 11-6-04 (6 for 140) 23.3 VMI vs. Coastal Carolina, 10-11-08 (9 for 210) 23.0 Elon at Northwestern State, 10-5-02 (9 for 207) 22.9 VMI at Coastal Carolina, 10-27-07 (10 for 229) FIRST DOWNS 39 Gardner-Webb vs. Belhaven (9-10-05) 32 Coastal Carolina vs. Liberty (10-4-08) 31 Charleston Southern vs. Allen (11-6-04) 31 Charleston Southern vs. West Virginia Wesleyan (10-15-05) 31 Coastal Carolina vs. Mansfield (11-12-05) 31 Presbyterian at VMI (11-22-08) 30 Gardner-Webb vs. Tennessee-Martin (11-2-02) 30 VMI vs. Austin Peay (11-8-03) 30 Gardner-Webb at VMI (10-22-05) 30 Charleston Southern vs. Savannah State (10-3-09) 30 Liberty vs. Coastal Carolina (10-17-09) 30 Coastal Carolina vs. Gardner-Webb (11-7-09) FIRST DOWNS RUSHING 26 Stony Brook at Iona (11-8-08) 23 Coastal Carolina vs. Chowan (10-13-07) 21 Coastal Carolina vs. Charleston Southern (11-20-04) 21 VMI vs. Gardner-Webb (10-20-07) 20 Elon at Charleston Southern (11-16-02) 20 Liberty vs. VMI (10-4-03) 20 VMI vs. Chowan (9-20-08) 20 VMI at Stony Brook (11-15-08) 19 eight times FIRST DOWNS PASSING 20 Coastal Carolina vs. Liberty (10-4-08) 19 Gardner-Webb at Furman (10-1-05) 19 Gardner-Webb vs. Wofford (11-19-05) 19 Charleston Southern at North Greenville (9-29-07) 19 Presbyterian at Gardner-Webb (10-18-08) 19 Gardner-Webb at Stony Brook (11-1-08) 18 Charleston Southern vs. Allen (11-6-04) 18 Gardner-Webb vs. VMI (10-25-08) 17 six times FIRST DOWNS BY PENALTY 6 Liberty vs. Eastern Kentucky (11-2-02) 6 Gardner-Webb vs. Appalachian State (9-23-06) 5 Charleston Southern vs. Tusculum (9-27-03) 5 VMI at William & Mary (9-25-04) 5 Charleston Southern at Howard (10-9-04) 5 Gardner-Webb vs. Southeastern Louisiana (11-20-04) 5 Charleston Southern vs. Liberty (11-12-05) 5 Liberty at Gardner-Webb (11-14-09)

DEFENSE FEWEST RUSHING YARDS ALLOWED -20 Liberty vs. Kentucky Wesleyan, 9-20-03 (31 attempts) -19 Charleston Southern vs. Edward Waters, 10-14-06 (18 attempts) -4 VMI vs. St. Francis, Pa., 9-6-08 (25 attempts) -1 Liberty at Charleston Southern, 11-1-03 (35 attempts) 0 Elon vs. Johnson C. Smith, 9-21-02 (31 attempts) 6 Gardner-Webb vs. Tusculum, 9-6-08 (13 attempts) 8 Coastal Carolina vs. Chowan, 10-13-07 (26 attempts) 12 Gardner-Webb vs. Jacksonville, 9-8-07 (32 attempts) 14 Gardner-Webb at Charleston Southern, 11-13-04 (28 attempts) 16 Liberty vs. St. Francis, Pa., 9-29-07 (22 attempts) 16 Liberty at Gardner-Webb, 11-17-07 (20 attempts) FEWEST TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS ALLOWED 56 Liberty vs. Kentucky Wesleyan, 9-20-03 (-20 R, 76 P) 57 Liberty vs. St. Paul’s, 8-13-06 (37 R, 20 P) 64 Charleston Southern vs. Edward Waters, 10-14-06 (-19 R, 83 P) 66 Charleston Southern vs. Savannah State, 10-6-07 (40 R, 26 P) 79 Gardner-Webb vs. Savannah State, 11-3-07 (22 R, 57 P) 87 Coastal Carolina vs. Chowan, 10-13-07 (8 R, 79 P) 90 Charleston Southern vs. North Greenville, 9-26-09 (50 R, 40 P) 91 Gardner-Webb vs. Southern Virginia, 10-24-09 (36 R, 55 P) 93 Coastal Carolina vs. Charleston (WV), 10-11-03 (64 R, 29 P) 120 Charleston Southern vs. North Greenville, 9-27-08 (32 R, 88 P) FEWEST PLAYS ALLOWED 40 Liberty vs. St. Paul’s, 8-31-06 (57 total yards) 40 Coastal Carolina vs. Monmouth, 9-12-09 (174 total yards) 42 Coastal Carolina vs. Liberty, 10-23-04 (143 total yards) 44 Elon at Charleston Southern, 11-16-02 (178 total yards) 44 Liberty vs. Youngstown State, 9-17-05 (366 total yards) 44 Charleston Southern at Savannah State, 10-7-06 (212 total yards) 44 VMI vs. Liberty, 11-18-06 (242 total yards) 45 Charleston Southern vs. Edward Waters, 10-14-06 (64 total yards) 45 VMI at Charleston Southern, 10-21-06 (279 total yards) 45 Coastal Carolina vs. Savannah State, 11-4-06 (146 total yards) 45 Gardner-Webb at Charleston Southern, 10-4-08 (203 total yards) INTERCEPTIONS 6 Coastal Carolina vs. Presbyterian (10-20-07) 5 Coastal Carolina vs. Savannah State (11-6-04) 5 Coastal Carolina at Gardner-Webb (11-11-06) 4 several times INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS 154 Liberty vs. Hofstra (11-22-03) 153 Charleston Southern at Presbyterian (11-7-09) 133 VMI vs. Lehigh (9-24-05) 112 Coastal Carolina vs. North Greenville (9-25-04) 96 Gardner-Webb vs. Presbyterian (10-18-08) 90 VMI vs. Charleston Southern (10-11-03) 82 Presbyterian vs. Fayetteville State (9-6-08) 81 Charleston Southern vs. North Greenville (9-27-08) 81 Stony Brook vs. Presbyterian (10-3-09) 77 Coastal Carolina at Savannah State (11-5-05) INTERCEPTION RETURN TOUCHDOWNS 1 33 times, last by Charleston Southern vs. Coastal Carolina (11-21-09) QUARTERBACK SACKS 8 Coastal Carolina at Davidson (11-8-03) 7 Charleston Southern at Savannah State (10-12-02) 7 Coastal Carolina at Jacksonville (9-20-03) 7 Liberty at Charleston Southern (11-1-03) 7 Coastal Carolina at Charleston Southern (11-22-03) 7 Gardner-Webb vs. Jacksonville (9-8-07) 7 Coastal Carolina at North Carolina A&T (9-27-08) FUMBLES RECOVERED 6 Liberty vs. VMI (11-7-09) 5 Liberty at Central Florida (9-28-02) 4 Elon vs. Johnson C. Smith (9-21-02) 4 Charleston Southern at Savannah State (10-12-02) 4 Liberty vs. VMI (11-10-07) 4 Stony Brook at Coastal Carolina (10-25-08) 4 Presbyterian vs. VMI (10-24-09) 4 Stony Brook at Gardner-Webb (10-31-09) 4 VMI at Army (11-14-09)

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SINGLE-GAME TEAM RECORDS SPECIAL TEAMS POINTS SCORED KICKING 18 Liberty vs. VMI, 11-7-09 (4 FG, 6 PAT) 17 Gardner-Webb vs. Southern Virginia, 10-24-09 (3 FG, 8 PAT) 16 Coastal Carolina vs. North Greenville, 9-25-04 (3 FG, 7 PAT) 16 Gardner-Webb vs. Mars Hill, 9-5-09 (3 FG, 7 PAT) 16 Stony Brook vs. Presbyterian, 10-3-09 (4 FG, 4 PAT) 16 Liberty vs. Coastal Carolina, 10-17-09 (3 FG, 7 PAT) 15 Gardner-Webb at Charleston Southern, 11-9-02 (3 FG, 6 PAT) 15 Liberty vs. Norfolk State, 11-8-03 (2 FG, 9 PAT) 15 Gardner-Webb vs. Sam Houston State, 9-27-08 (4 FG, 3 PAT) 15 Liberty at Gardner-Webb, 11-14-09 (3 FG, 6 PAT) FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS 5 VMI vs. Charleston Southern (10-11-03) 5 VMI at Coastal Carolina (11-1-03) 5 Coastal Carolina at Liberty (10-22-05) 5 Coastal Carolina vs. Elon (9-2-06) 5 Coastal Carolina vs. Winston-Salem State (9-8-07) FIELD GOALS MADE 4 VMI vs. Gardner-Webb (10-18-03) 4 VMI at Coastal Carolina (11-1-03) 4 Coastal Carolina vs. Elon (9-2-06) 4 Charleston Southern vs. Savannah State (10-6-07) 4 Gardner-Webb vs. Sam Houston State (9-27-08) 4 Liberty vs. Elon (11-22-08) 4 Stony Brook vs. Presbyterian (10-3-09) 4 Liberty vs. VMI (11-7-09) FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (min. 4 attempts) 100.0 VMI vs. Gardner-Webb, 10-18-03 (4-of-4) 100.0 Charleston Southern vs. Savannah State, 10-6-07 (4-of-4) 100.0 Gardner-Webb vs. Sam Houston State, 9-27-08 (4-of-4) 100.0 Liberty vs. Elon, 11-22-08 (4-of-4) 100.0 Stony Brook vs. Presbyterian, 10-3-09 (4-of-4) 100.0 Liberty vs. VMI, 11-7-09 (4-of-4) 80.0 VMI at Coastal Carolina, 11-1-03 (4-of-5) 80.0 Coastal Carolina vs. Elon, 9-2-06 (4-of-5) PAT KICKS ATTEMPTED 10 Liberty vs. VMI (11-10-07) 10 Stony Brook at Iona (11-8-08) 9 Liberty vs. Norfolk State (11-8-03) 9 Gardner-Webb vs. Union College (9-3-05) 9 Charleston Southern vs. West Virginia Wesleyan (10-15-05) 9 Coastal Carolina vs. Mansfield (11-12-05) 9 Coastal Carolina vs. Savannah State (11-4-06) 9 Liberty vs. St. Francis, Pa. (9-29-07) 9 Gardner-Webb vs. Savannah State (11-3-07) 9 VMI vs. Chowan (9-20-08) PAT KICKS MADE 10 Liberty vs. VMI (11-10-07) 9 Liberty vs. Norfolk State (11-8-03) 9 Charleston Southern vs. West Virginia Wesleyan (10-15-05) 9 Coastal Carolina vs. Mansfield (11-12-05) 9 Coastal Carolina vs. Savannah State (11-4-06) 9 Gardner-Webb vs. Savannah State (11-3-07) 9 VMI vs. Chowan (9-20-08) PAT KICKS PERCENTAGE (min. 9 attempts) 100.0 Liberty vs. VMI, 11-10-07 (10-of-10) 100.0 Liberty vs. Norfolk State, 11-8-03 (9-of-9) 100.0 Charleston Southern vs. West Virginia Wesleyan, 10-15-05 (9-of-9) 100.0 Coastal Carolina vs. Mansfield, 11-12-05 (9-of-9) 100.0 Coastal Carolina vs. Savannah State, 11-4-06 (9-of-9) 100.0 Gardner-Webb vs. Savannah State, 11-3-07 (9-of-9) 100.0 VMI vs. Chowan, 9-20-08 (9-of-9) PUNTS 12 12 11 10 10 10 10 10

Gardner-Webb at Georgia Southern (9-7-02) Presbyterian vs. Elon (9-12-09) Charleston Southern at The Citadel (9-1-07) Charleston Southern at The Citadel (8-30-03) Charleston Southern vs. Tusculum (9-27-03) Charleston Southern at South Florida (10-18-03) Gardner-Webb at Appalachian State (10-6-07) Gardner-Webb at Georgia Tech (10-11-08)

PUNTING YARDS 458 Gardner-Webb at Georgia Tech, 10-11-08 (10 punts) 454 Gardner-Webb at Georgia Southern, 9-7-02 (12 punts) 445 Gardner-Webb at Montana State, 9-6-03 (9 punts) 438 Presbyterian vs. Elon, 9-12-09 (12 punts) 400 Charleston Southern at The Citadel, 9-1-07 (11 punts) 382 Gardner-Webb at Furman, 9-27-03 (8 punts) 375 VMI at Navy, 8-30-03 (8 punts) 368 Gardner-Webb at North Carolina State, 9-19-09 (9 punts) 357 Charleston Southern at Hawaii, 9-22-07 (9 punts) 355 Stony Brook at Brown, 9-20-08 (9 punts) PUNTING AVERAGE (min. 3 punts) 52.8 Gardner-Webb vs. Tennessee Tech, 9-9-06 (5 for 264) 50.7 Gardner-Webb vs. Chattanooga, 9-20-03 (3 for 152) 50.7 Gardner-Webb vs. Tennessee-Martin, 9-24-05 (3 for 152) 50.0 VMI vs. Robert Morris, 9-5-09 (3 for 150) 49.4 Gardner-Webb at Montana State, 9-6-03 (9 for 445) 49.2 Gardner-Webb vs. Edward Waters, 10-14-06 (4 for 197) 48.3 Gardner-Webb at Wofford, 11-6-04 (3 for 145) 48.2 Liberty vs. Hofstra, 11-22-03 (5 for 241) 47.8 Gardner-Webb at Furman, 9-27-03 (8 for 382) 47.8 VMI vs. The Citadel, 11-15-03 (5 for 239) PUNT RETURNS 8 Coastal Carolina vs. Chowan (10-13-07) 7 Liberty vs. Kentucky Wesleyan (9-20-03) 6 VMI vs. Austin Peay (11-8-03) 6 Liberty vs. St. Paul’s (8-31-06) 6 Liberty vs. St. Francis, Pa. (9-29-07) PUNT RETURN YARDS 111 Coastal Carolina at Davidson (11-8-03) 109 Liberty at Chattanooga (11-13-04) 104 Gardner-Webb vs. Charleston Southern (11-5-05) 104 Coastal Carolina vs. Chowan (10-13-07) 102 VMI vs. Gardner-Webb (10-3-09) 98 Liberty vs. Glenville State (9-6-08) 96 VMI vs. Austin Peay (11-8-03) 88 Charleston Southern at North Greenville (9-24-05) 88 Liberty vs. Shippensburg (9-8-07) 86 Liberty vs. St. Paul’s (8-31-06) PUNT RETURN AVERAGE (min. 3 returns) 29.3 Liberty vs. Shippensburg, 9-8-07 (3 for 88) 27.8 Coastal Carolina at Davidson, 11-8-03 (4 for 111) 24.5 Liberty vs. Glenville State, 9-6-08 (4 for 98) 22.0 Gardner-Webb vs. Union College, 9-3-05 (3 for 66) 19.7 Liberty at Youngstown State, 9-27-08 (3 for 59) 18.7 VMI vs. Stony Brook, 10-17-09 (3 for 56) 18.5 Liberty vs. VMI, 11-10-07 (4 for 74) 18.3 Liberty vs. Gardner-Webb, 10-2-04 (4 for 73) 17.5 Charleston Southern at North Greenville, 9-24-05 (5 for 88) 17.3 Charleston Southern at Savannah State, 10-11-08 (3 for 52) PUNT RETURN TOUCHDOWNS 2 Coastal Carolina at Davidson (11-8-03) 2 Liberty at Chattanooga (11-13-04) 1 several times KICKOFF RETURNS 11 Charleston Southern vs. Gardner-Webb (11-9-02) 11 Presbyterian at Elon (9-13-08) 10 Charleston Southern at South Florida (11-2-02) 10 VMI at Army (10-7-06) 10 Charleston Southern at Hawaii (9-22-07) 10 VMI at Liberty (11-10-07) 10 Coastal Carolina at Penn State (8-30-08) 10 Presbyterian at Stony Brook (10-3-09) 10 Coastal Carolina at Liberty (10-17-09) KICKOFF RETURN YARDS 285 Gardner-Webb vs. Liberty (11-14-09) 255 Charleston Southern at Wofford (9-6-08) 248 Coastal Carolina at Liberty (10-17-09) 231 VMI vs. The Citadel (11-17-07) 216 Coastal Carolina vs. VMI (10-27-07) 213 Charleston Southern at South Florida (11-2-02) 213 Liberty vs. VMI (11-10-07) 211 VMI at Liberty (10-4-03) 205 Stony Brook at Presbyterian (10-3-09) 199 Charleston Southern at Hawaii (9-22-07)

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SINGLE-GAME TEAM RECORDS KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE (min. 3 returns) 47.3 Charleston Southern vs. Liberty, 11-1-03 (3 for 142) 41.7 Coastal Carolina vs. Jacksonville, 11-13-04 (3 for 125) 41.0 Liberty vs. VMI, 11-7-09 (3 for 123) 40.7 Liberty vs. North Greenville, 8-30-08 (3 for 122) 36.4 Charleston Southern at Wofford, 9-6-08 (7 for 255) 36.0 Coastal Carolina vs. VMI, 10-27-07 (6 for 216) 35.5 Liberty vs. VMI, 11-10-07 (6 for 213) 35.2 VMI at Liberty, 10-4-03 (6 for 211) 34.3 Charleston Southern vs. Gardner-Webb, 10-4-08 (3 for 103) 33.5 Liberty vs. Charleston Southern, 10-19-02 (4 for 134)

MOST COMBINED POINTS SCORED, BIG SOUTH GAME 107 Gardner-Webb (55) at VMI (52), 10-22-05 (three overtimes) 107 Liberty (73) vs. VMI (34), 11-10-07 91 Elon (56) vs. Liberty (35), 11-9-02 81 Liberty (43) at Coastal Carolina (38), 10-4-08 80 Coastal Carolina (52) vs. Charleston Southern (28), 11-20-04 79 Liberty (51) at Gardner-Webb (28), 11-14-09 78 Charleston Southern (46) at Presbyterian (32), 11-7-09 78 Coastal Carolina (41) vs. Presbyterian (37), 11-14-09 77 Coastal Carolina (42) vs. VMI (35), 10-27-07 76 Coastal Carolina (56) at Gardner-Webb (24), 11-11-06

KICKOFF RETURN TOUCHDOWNS 1 14 times, last by Charleston Southern vs. Stony Brook (11-14-09) and Gardner-Webb vs. Liberty (11-14-09)

LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY 66 Gardner-Webb vs. Savannah State, 11-3-07 (66-0) 65 Gardner-Webb vs. Southern Virginia, 10-24-09 (65-0) 63 Coastal Carolina vs. Mansfield, 11-12-05 (71-8) 60 Coastal Carolina vs. Savannah State, 11-4-06 (66-6) 59 Stony Brook at Iona, 11-8-08 (68-9) 58 Liberty vs. St. Francis, Pa., 9-29-07 (68-10) 53 Gardner-Webb vs. Union College, 9-3-05 (65-12) 52 Charleston Southern vs. Allen, 11-6-04 (58-6) 51 Coastal Carolina vs. North Greenville, 9-25-04 (58-7) 51 Coastal Carolina vs. Chowan, 10-13-07 (51-0)

DEFENSIVE EXTRA POINTS 1 VMI vs. The Citadel (11-15-03) 1 Liberty vs. Lehigh (9-18-04) 1 Liberty at Chattanooga (11-13-04) 1 VMI vs. Charleston Southern (10-8-05) 1 Coastal Carolina vs. Furman (10-7-06) 1 Charleston Southern vs. Coastal Carolina (11-17-07) 1 VMI vs. Coastal Carolina (10-11-08) 1 VMI at Stony Brook (11-15-08) BLOCKED FIELD GOALS RETURNED FOR TOUCHDOWN 1 VMI vs. Austin Peay, 11-8-03 (Robert Mason 69-yard return) 1 Liberty vs. Elon, 11-20-04 (Jordan Alford 59-yard return) 1 Charleston Southern vs. Johnson C. Smith, 9-15-07 (Philip Ashley 68-yard return) PUNT RETURN TOUCHDOWN, KICKOFF RETURN TOUCHDOWN, SAME GAME 1 Liberty vs. VMI, 11-10-07

MISCELLANEOUS MOST COMBINED TOTAL OFFENSE 1,164 Charleston Southern (695) vs. West Virginia Wesleyan (469), 10-15-05 1,138 VMI (648) vs. Presbyterian (490), 11-22-08 1,126 Presbyterian (429) at Appalachian State (697), 9-27-08 1,065 Gardner-Webb (455) at Furman (610), 10-1-05 1,065 Coastal Carolina (534) vs. Liberty (531), 10-4-08 1,060 Gardner-Webb (533) at VMI (527), 10-22-05 1,057 VMI (504) vs. Presbyterian (553), 10-13-07 1,051 Gardner-Webb (433) at Southeastern Louisiana (618), 11-20-04 1,048 Liberty (386) vs. Hofstra (662), 11-22-03 1,024 VMI (531) vs. Charleston Southern (493), 11-3-07 MOST COMBINED TOTAL OFFENSE, BIG SOUTH GAME 1,065 Coastal Carolina (534) vs. Liberty (531), 10-4-08 1,060 Gardner-Webb (533) at VMI (527), 10-22-05 1,024 VMI (531) vs. Charleston Southern (493), 11-3-07 1,015 Presbyterian (530) vs. Charleston Southern (485), 11-7-09 1,005 Stony Brook (525) vs. Gardner-Webb (480), 11-1-08 986 Stony Brook (622) vs. VMI (364), 11-15-08 975 Coastal Carolina (638) at Gardner-Webb (337), 11-11-06 958 VMI (525) at Coastal Carolina (433), 10-27-07 956 Presbyterian (487) at Coastal Carolina (469), 11-14-09 943 Coastal Carolina (555) at VMI (388), 10-14-06 MOST COMBINED POINTS SCORED 107 Gardner-Webb (55) at VMI (52), 10-22-05 (three overtimes) 107 Liberty (73) vs. VMI (34), 11-10-07 105 Gardner-Webb (56) at Morgan State (49), 9-11-04 105 Charleston Southern (63) vs. West Virginia Wesleyan (42), 10-15-05 98 Gardner-Webb (42) vs. Wofford (56), 11-19-05 98 VMI (28) vs. The Citadel (70), 11-17-07 91 Elon (56) vs. Liberty (35), 11-9-02 91 Charleston Southern (49) vs. West Virginia State (42), 9-20-03 91 Liberty (49) vs. Hofstra (42), 11-22-03 (one overtime) 90 Liberty (69) vs. Norfolk State (21), 11-8-03

LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY, BIG SOUTH GAME 46 Gardner-Webb vs. Charleston Southern, 11-8-03 (46-0) 45 Liberty vs. Coastal Carolina, 10-17-09 (58-13) 43 VMI vs. Charleston Southern, 10-11-03 (50-7) 42 Gardner-Webb at Charleston Southern, 11-9-02 (57-15) 42 Liberty vs. Charleston Southern, 10-25-08 (42-0) 40 Liberty at Charleston Southern, 10-20-07 (50-10) 40 Liberty vs. VMI, 11-7-09 (54-14) 39 Liberty at VMI, 11-10-07 (74-34) 39 Coastal Carolina at Charleston Southern, 11-17-07 (41-2) 38 Stony Brook vs. Presbyterian, 10-3-09 (52-14) MOST OVERTIME PERIODS 3 Gardner-Webb at VMI (10-22-05) 3 VMI vs. Gardner-Webb (10-22-05) 3 Coastal Carolina at Liberty (10-22-05) 3 Liberty vs. Coastal Carolina (10-22-05) PENALTIES 17 Stony Brook vs. Presbyterian (10-3-09) 16 Liberty vs. Charleston Southern (10-30-04) 16 Charleston Southern vs. Johnson C. Smith (9-15-07) 15 Coastal Carolina vs. Jacksonville (11-13-04) 14 Gardner-Webb at Charleston Southern (11-13-04) 14 Charleston Southern at Coastal Carolina (11-20-04) 14 Presbyterian at Coastal Carolina (11-14-09) PENALTY YARDS 163 Liberty vs. Charleston Southern (10-30-04) 161 Coastal Carolina vs. Jacksonville (11-13-04) 153 Stony Brook vs. Presbyterian (10-3-09) 151 Liberty vs. West Liberty State (9-7-02) 147 Gardner-Webb at Charleston Southern (11-13-04) 144 Coastal Carolina vs. Charleston (WV) (10-9-04) 143 Charleston Southern at The Citadel (9-1-07) 136 Liberty vs. North Greenville (8-30-08) 134 Charleston Southern vs. Johnson C. Smith (9-15-07) 130 Gardner-Webb vs. Western Carolina (9-25-04) LARGEST HOME CROWD (home team listed first) 16,112 Liberty vs. North Carolina Central, 9-12-09 15,631 Liberty vs. William & Mary, 10-14-06 15,532 Liberty vs. James Madison, 9-26-09 15,483 Liberty vs. Lafayette, 10-18-08 15,311 Liberty vs. North Greenville, 8-30-08 LARGEST HOME CROWD, BIG SOUTH GAME (home team listed first) 15,208 Liberty vs. VMI, 11-7-09 14,563 Liberty vs. Stony Brook, 10-11-08 14,411 Liberty vs. Coastal Carolina, 11-3-07 14,371 Liberty vs. Coastal Carolina, 10-17-09 14,365 Liberty vs. Charleston Southern, 10-25-08

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SEASON TEAM RECORDS OFFENSE POINTS SCORED 469 Liberty 413 Coastal Carolina 411 Coastal Carolina 404 Liberty 400 Liberty 386 Gardner-Webb 378 VMI 359 VMI 338 Coastal Carolina 335 Gardner-Webb

2007 2004 2006 2008 2009 2005 2008 2003 2005 2003

SCORING OFFENSE AVERAGE 42.6 Liberty 37.5 Coastal Carolina 36.4 Liberty 35.1 Gardner-Webb 34.4 VMI 34.2 Coastal Carolina 33.7 Liberty 30.7 Coastal Carolina 29.9 VMI 28.7 Coastal Carolina

2007 2004 2009 2005 2008 2006 2008 2005 2003 2007

TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 61 Liberty 55 Coastal Carolina 54 Coastal Carolina 51 Gardner-Webb 51 Liberty 51 VMI 48 Liberty 44 VMI 44 Gardner-Webb 42 Coastal Carolina 42 Coastal Carolina 42 Charleston Southern

2007 2004 2006 2005 2008 2008 2009 2003 2003 2003 2005 2005

TOTAL OFFENSE 5,617 Coastal Carolina 5,360 Liberty 4,851 Gardner-Webb 4,785 VMI 4,726 Liberty 4,681 VMI 4,438 Coastal Carolina 4,424 VMI 4,383 Coastal Carolina 4,379 Liberty

2006 2008 2005 2008 2007 2003 2008 2007 2004 2003

TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS PER GAME 468.1 Coastal Carolina 446.7 Liberty 441.0 Gardner-Webb 435.0 VMI 429.6 Liberty 414.9 Gardner-Webb 402.2 VMI 398.5 Coastal Carolina 393.0 Gardner-Webb 390.1 VMI

2006 2008 2005 2008 2007 2002 2007 2004 2008 2003

TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS PER PLAY 7.1 Coastal Carolina 6.8 Liberty 6.8 VMI 6.8 Liberty 6.1 Coastal Carolina 6.1 Stony Brook 6.0 Charleston Southern 6.0 Liberty 5.9 VMI 5.7 Stony Brook

2006 2006 2008 2008 2004 2008 2006 2009 2003 2009

TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS 870 Gardner-Webb 864 Gardner-Webb 850 Presbyterian 839 Liberty 827 Charleston Southern 806 Gardner-Webb 791 VMI 789 Gardner-Webb 788 VMI 788 Coastal Carolina

2005 2003 2008 2003 2003 2008 2003 2004 2007 2008

OFFENSIVE PLAYS PER GAME 79.1 Gardner-Webb 73.8 Gardner-Webb 73.3 Gardner-Webb 72.0 Gardner-Webb 72.0 Charleston Southern 71.7 Gardner-Webb 71.6 VMI 70.8 Presbyterian 70.1 Coastal Carolina 70.0 Charleston Southern

2005 2002 2008 2003 2004 2004 2007 2008 2007 2005

OFFENSIVE TOUCHDOWNS 53 Coastal Carolina 53 Liberty 51 Coastal Carolina 49 VMI 48 Gardner-Webb 48 Liberty 44 Liberty 42 Gardner-Webb 41 VMI 41 Coastal Carolina

2006 2007 2004 2008 2005 2008 2009 2003 2003 2005

RUSHING YARDS 3,932 VMI 3,115 VMI 3,058 Coastal Carolina 3,044 VMI 2,614 Liberty 2,562 Liberty 2,522 Stony Brook 2,454 Elon 2,375 Liberty 2,346 Coastal Carolina

2008 2007 2004 2009 2003 2008 2008 2002 2007 2003

RUSHING OFFENSE PER GAME 357.5 VMI 283.2 VMI 278.0 Coastal Carolina 276.7 VMI 229.3 Stony Brook 223.1 Elon 217.8 Liberty 215.9 Liberty 213.5 Liberty 213.3 Coastal Carolina

2008 2007 2004 2009 2008 2002 2003 2007 2008 2003

RUSHING ATTEMPTS 647 VMI 614 VMI 594 Elon 578 VMI 542 Liberty 522 Coastal Carolina 517 Coastal Carolina 511 VMI 500 Coastal Carolina 497 Gardner-Webb

2007 2008 2002 2009 2003 2004 2007 2006 2003 2003

RUSHING YARDS PER CARRY 6.4 VMI 6.0 Stony Brook 5.9 Coastal Carolina 5.5 Liberty 5.3 Liberty 5.3 VMI 5.0 Coastal Carolina 5.0 Liberty 4.9 Liberty 4.8 three teams

91

2008 2008 2004 2007 2008 2009 2006 2009 2004

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 40 Coastal Carolina 37 VMI 34 Coastal Carolina 32 Liberty 31 Liberty 29 Liberty 28 Coastal Carolina 26 Liberty 26 VMI 25 Elon

2004 2008 2003 2007 2009 2008 2005 2003 2003 2002

MOST GAMES WITH TEAMMATES RUSHING FOR 100 YARDS, SAME GAME 5 Liberty 4 Liberty 4 Stony Brook 2 VMI 2 VMI

2004 2003 2008 2008 2009

PASSING EFFICIENCY 166.6 Coastal Carolina 159.6 VMI 158.9 Liberty 158.1 Liberty 150.4 Charleston Southern 148.6 VMI 139.0 Liberty 137.4 VMI 135.2 Charleston Southern 135.2 Charleston Southern

2006 2008 2008 2007 2006 2007 2009 2003 2004 2005

PASSING YARDS 3429 Coastal Carolina 3191 Presbyterian 2914 Gardner-Webb 2863 Charleston Southern 2838 Gardner-Webb 2798 Liberty 2706 Charleston Southern 2666 Charleston Southern 2655 Gardner-Webb 2603 Gardner-Webb

2006 2008 2005 2006 2008 2008 2007 2005 2006 2004

PASSING OFFENSE PER GAME 285.8 Coastal Carolina 265.9 Presbyterian 264.9 Gardner-Webb 260.3 Charleston Southern 259.9 Charleston Southern 258.0 Gardner-Webb 246.0 Charleston Southern 242.4 Charleston Southern 241.4 Gardner-Webb 236.6 Gardner-Webb

2006 2008 2005 2006 2004 2008 2007 2005 2006 2004

PASS ATTEMPTS 494 Presbyterian 420 Gardner-Webb 419 Charleston Southern 418 Charleston Southern 397 Gardner-Webb 385 Gardner-Webb 380 Charleston Southern 378 Gardner-Webb 367 Gardner-Webb 363 three times PASS COMPLETIONS 297 Presbyterian 257 Gardner-Webb 246 Gardner-Webb 239 Charleston Southern 236 Charleston Southern 223 Coastal Carolina 221 Charleston Southern 220 Gardner-Webb 220 Charleston Southern 219 Charleston Southern

2008 2005 2003 2007 2008 2004 2002 2006 2003

2008 2005 2008 2006 2007 2006 2005 2003 2004 2003


SEASON TEAM RECORDS COMPLETION PERCENTAGE 68.7 Charleston Southern 64.2 Liberty 63.2 Coastal Carolina 62.0 VMI 62.0 Liberty 62.0 Gardner-Webb 61.2 Gardner-Webb 60.9 Charleston Southern 60.6 Charleston Southern 60.2 Charleston Southern

2006 2008 2006 2005 2007 2008 2005 2005 2004 2008

RUSHING FIRST DOWNS 180 VMI 163 VMI 140 VMI 138 Liberty 137 Elon 135 Coastal Carolina 128 Gardner-Webb 123 Liberty 121 Coastal Carolina 120 three times

PASSING YARDS PER COMPLETION 23.69 VMI 17.69 VMI 15.38 Coastal Carolina 15.30 VMI 15.06 Liberty 14.42 Liberty 14.42 Liberty 14.24 VMI 14.04 Elon 14.02 VMI

2008 2007 2006 2006 2002 2007 2008 2009 2002 2003

PASSING FIRST DOWNS 147 Gardner-Webb 144 Presbyterian 140 Coastal Carolina 139 Gardner-Webb 130 Gardner-Webb 125 Charleston Southern 121 Presbyterian 120 Liberty 120 Coastal Carolina 118 Gardner-Webb

2008 2008 2006 2005 2006 2005 2009 2008 2008 2009

PASS YARDS PER ATTEMPT 9.92 VMI 9.71 Coastal Carolina 9.28 VMI 9.26 Liberty 8.94 Liberty 8.23 Charleston Southern 8.15 VMI 7.81 VMI 7.42 Liberty 7.34 Charleston Southern 7.34 Coastal Carolina

2008 2006 2007 2008 2007 2006 2003 2006 2006 2005 2008

FIRST DOWNS BY PENALTY 25 Presbyterian 24 Coastal Carolina 23 Charleston Southern 23 Charleston Southern 23 Gardner-Webb 22 Charleston Southern 22 Coastal Carolina 21 Gardner-Webb 21 Charleston Southern 21 Liberty

2009 2004 2002 2004 2007 2003 2007 2004 2005 2007

THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 51.0 Liberty (78-153) 49.7 Gardner-Webb (73-147) 49.3 Charleston Southern (66-134) 49.0 Coastal Carolina (75-153) 47.5 Liberty (66-139)

2008 2002 2006 2006 2006

FOURTH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 73.3 VMI (11-15) 71.4 Liberty (5-7) 70.0 Liberty (7-10) 66.7 Liberty (6-9) 66.7 Stony Brook (8-12)

2008 2006 2009 2007 2009

RED ZONE OFFENSE 92.2 Liberty (47-51) 91.4 Gardner-Webb (32-35) 88.6 Stony Brook (31-35) 87.8 Gardner-Webb (43-49) 86.1 VMI (31-36)

2009 2009 2009 2005 2005

FEWEST SACKS ALLOWED 5 VMI 8 Liberty 8 Liberty 9 Charleston Southern 10 Coastal Carolina 10 Gardner-Webb

2009 2007 2008 2009 2004 2004

AVERAGE TIME OF POSSESSION 34:46 VMI 31:47 Gardner-Webb 31:42 Gardner-Webb 31:38 Liberty 31:34 Elon 31:32 Charleston Southern 31:05 Stony Brook 31:04 Coastal Carolina 31:02 Charleston Southern 30:57 Gardner-Webb

2007 2003 2002 2003 2002 2008 2009 2004 2004 2008

TOUCHDOWN PASSES 30 Coastal Carolina 26 Charleston Southern 24 Gardner-Webb 23 Charleston Southern 22 Gardner-Webb 22 Charleston Southern 21 Charleston Southern 21 Liberty 20 Charleston Southern 19 three times FEWEST INTERCEPTIONS THROWN 3 VMI 4 Gardner-Webb 5 Liberty 5 VMI 5 Liberty 5 Gardner-Webb 6 Coastal Carolina 6 Liberty MOST INTERCEPTIONS THROWN 26 Presbyterian 24 Charleston Southern 21 Charleston Southern 21 Gardner-Webb 20 Gardner-Webb FIRST DOWNS 273 Gardner-Webb 258 Liberty 256 Coastal Carolina 250 Gardner-Webb 243 Gardner-Webb 242 Coastal Carolina 237 Presbyterian 236 Gardner-Webb 233 VMI 230 Liberty

2006 2008 2005 2006 2003 2004 2007 2007 2005

2006 2002 2006 2008 2009 2009 2004 2008

2009 2007 2002 2006 2005

2005 2008 2006 2003 2002 2008 2008 2008 2003 2003

2008 2007 2009 2003 2002 2004 2003 2008 2005

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DEFENSE FEWEST POINTS SCORED 172 Liberty 176 Coastal Carolina 199 Charleston Southern 204 Gardner-Webb 210 Liberty 212 Charleston Southern 220 Coastal Carolina 224 Liberty 245 Liberty 253 Coastal Carolina

2006 2004 2006 2002 2009 2004 2005 2008 2007 2003

SCORING DEFENSE AVERAGE 15.6 Liberty 16.0 Coastal Carolina 18.1 Charleston Southern 18.7 Liberty 19.1 Liberty 20.0 Coastal Carolina 20.4 Gardner-Webb 21.2 Gardner-Webb 21.2 Charleston Southern 21.4 VMI

2006 2004 2006 2008 2009 2005 2002 2003 2004 2003

FEWEST TOUCHDOWNS ALLOWED 22 Liberty 24 Coastal Carolina 25 Liberty 26 Charleston Southern 28 Gardner-Webb 28 Charleston Southern 28 Coastal Carolina 28 Liberty 29 Gardner-Webb 30 Gardner-Webb

2006 2004 2009 2006 2002 2004 2005 2008 2003 2008

TOTAL DEFENSE 3,315 Charleston Southern 3,373 Liberty 3,424 Gardner-Webb 3,450 Coastal Carolina 3,554 Liberty 3,559 Coastal Carolina 3,616 Stony Brook 3,693 Charleston Southern 3,712 Coastal Carolina 3,712 Coastal Carolina

2004 2006 2002 2004 2009 2003 2009 2006 2005 2009

TOTAL DEFENSE PER GAME 306.6 Liberty 313.6 Coastal Carolina 320.4 Gardner-Webb 323.1 Liberty 323.5 Coastal Carolina 328.7 Stony Brook 331.5 Charleston Southern 334.7 Liberty 335.7 Charleston Southern 337.5 Coastal Carolina 337.5 Coastal Carolina

2006 2004 2003 2009 2003 2009 2004 2008 2006 2005 2009

FEWEST YARDS ALLOWED PER PLAY 4.6 Coastal Carolina 4.7 Coastal Carolina 4.8 Gardner-Webb 4.8 Coastal Carolina 4.8 Gardner-Webb 4.9 Charleston Southern 4.9 VMI 4.9 Liberty 5.0 Charleston Southern 5.0 Liberty 5.0 Stony Brook

2004 2003 2003 2005 2007 2002 2003 2007 2004 2008 2009


SEASON TEAM RECORDS FEWEST OFFENSIVE PLAYS ALLOWED 629 Gardner-Webb 659 Charleston Southern 660 VMI 665 Liberty 673 Liberty 683 VMI 689 Coastal Carolina 696 Gardner-Webb 696 Coastal Carolina 709 Elon

2002 2004 2007 2006 2009 2006 2007 2008 2009 2002

FEWEST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS ALLOWED 9 Coastal Carolina 12 Charleston Southern 12 Liberty 12 Gardner-Webb 14 Gardner-Webb 14 Gardner-Webb 14 Liberty 15 Coastal Carolina 15 Liberty 16 Gardner-Webb

2004 2006 2006 2009 2003 2008 2009 2003 2007 2007

FEWEST OFFENSIVE PLAYS ALLOWED PER GAME 60.0 VMI 60.5 Liberty 61.2 Liberty 62.1 VMI 62.6 Coastal Carolina 62.9 Gardner-Webb 63.3 Gardner-Webb 63.3 Coastal Carolina 63.6 Charleston Southern 63.9 Coastal Carolina

2007 2006 2009 2006 2007 2002 2008 2009 2008 2006

PASS EFFICIENCY DEFENSE 86.8 Coastal Carolina 106.1 VMI 106.3 Charleston Southern 107.7 Gardner-Webb 107.8 Coastal Carolina 109.6 Coastal Carolina 110.3 Gardner-Webb 110.6 Charleston Southern 111.8 Coastal Carolina 112.9 Charleston Southern

2004 2003 2004 2003 2006 2005 2002 2002 2003 2009

FEWEST OFFENSIVE TOUCHDOWNS ALLOWED 21 Liberty 23 Gardner-Webb 23 Coastal Carolina 24 Charleston Southern 24 Liberty 27 Gardner-Webb 27 Coastal Carolina 28 Charleston Southern 28 Liberty 28 Stony Brook

2006 2003 2004 2006 2009 2002 2005 2004 2008 2009

FEWEST PASSING YARDS ALLOWED 1,318 Charleston Southern 1,488 Gardner-Webb 1,555 Coastal Carolina 1,753 Charleston Southern 1,766 Coastal Carolina 1,836 Coastal Carolina 1,888 Liberty 1,909 Coastal Carolina 1,940 Liberty 1,942 VMI

FEWEST RUSHING YARDS ALLOWED 1,197 Charleston Southern 1,301 Gardner-Webb 1,402 Gardner-Webb 1,413 Liberty 1,433 Liberty 1,511 Liberty 1,541 Coastal Carolina 1,583 Stony Brook 1,598 Coastal Carolina 1,604 Coastal Carolina

2006 2008 2009 2007 2006 2008 2004 2009 2005 2003

RUSHING DEFENSE PER GAME 108.8 Charleston Southern 118.3 Gardner-Webb 125.9 Liberty 127.5 Gardner-Webb 128.5 Liberty 130.3 Liberty 140.1 Coastal Carolina 142.8 Gardner-Webb 143.9 Stony Brook 145.3 Coastal Carolina FEWEST RUSHING ATTEMPTS ALLOWED 362 Gardner-Webb 382 Liberty 384 Stony Brook 393 Charleston Southern 397 VMI 399 Coastal Carolina 401 Gardner-Webb 402 VMI 402 Liberty 412 two times LOWEST YARDS PER CARRY ALLOWED 3.0 Charleston Southern 3.2 Liberty 3.5 Coastal Carolina 3.5 Gardner-Webb 3.6 Coastal Carolina 3.6 Gardner-Webb 3.7 Gardner-Webb 3.7 Liberty 3.8 Gardner-Webb 3.8 Liberty

2006 2008 2008 2009 2007 2006 2004 2003 2009 2005

2008 2006 2009 2006 2006 2004 2009 2007 2009

2006 2007 2003 2009 2005 2008 2007 2008 2003 2006

2004 2002 2007 2009 2009 2006 2009 2004 2006 2005

PASSING DEFENSE PER GAME 131.8 Charleston Southern 141.4 Coastal Carolina 148.8 Gardner-Webb 153.0 Coastal Carolina 159.4 Charleston Southern 160.5 Coastal Carolina 171.6 Liberty 173.5 Coastal Carolina 176.4 two teams

2004 2007 2002 2006 2009 2009 2009 2004

FEWEST PASS ATTEMPTS ALLOWED 211 Gardner-Webb 218 Coastal Carolina 240 Charleston Southern 258 VMI 263 Coastal Carolina 268 VMI 271 Liberty 277 Coastal Carolina 283 VMI 283 two teams

2002 2007 2004 2007 2009 2004 2009 2006 2005

FEWEST PASS COMPLETIONS ALLOWED 110 Gardner-Webb 118 Coastal Carolina 142 Charleston Southern 146 Coastal Carolina 149 Coastal Carolina 157 Charleston Southern 158 Coastal Carolina 159 Coastal Carolina 160 two teams LOWEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE ALLOWED 44.3 Coastal Carolina 50.0 Charleston Southern 50.1 VMI 50.9 Charleston Southern 52.1 Gardner-Webb 52.3 Coastal Carolina 52.5 Gardner-Webb 52.7 Coastal Carolina 53.0 Gardner-Webb 53.6 Charleston Southern

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2002 2007 2004 2006 2009 2003 2003 2004

2004 2005 2003 2002 2002 2003 2003 2006 2004 2003

LOWEST PASSING YARDS ALLOWED PER COMPLETION 9.28 Charleston Southern 2004 10.22 Stony Brook 2009 10.84 Coastal Carolina 2005 10.96 Charleston Southern 2009 11.08 Liberty 2004 11.08 Liberty 2008 LOWEST PASSING YARDS ALLOWED PER ATTEMPT 5.32 Coastal Carolina 5.49 Charleston Southern 6.09 Stony Brook 6.18 Gardner-Webb 6.19 Charleston Southern

2004 2004 2009 2003 2009

FEWEST TOUCHDOWN PASSES ALLOWED 8 Charleston Southern 8 Coastal Carolina 9 Gardner-Webb 9 Gardner-Webb 9 Liberty 10 Liberty

2004 2005 2002 2003 2006 2009

INTERCEPTIONS 27 Coastal Carolina 21 Coastal Carolina 19 Coastal Carolina 18 Charleston Southern 18 Liberty 18 Coastal Carolina 17 Coastal Carolina 17 VMI 17 Gardner-Webb 17 Coastal Carolina 17 Liberty

2004 2009 2006 2006 2007 2007 2003 2003 2004 2005 2009

INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS 380 Coastal Carolina 313 Liberty 306 Gardner-Webb 288 Liberty 280 Charleston Southern 261 Charleston Southern 229 VMI 212 Coastal Carolina 194 Liberty 191 VMI

2004 2003 2004 2007 2009 2006 2003 2009 2002 2005

INTERCEPTION RETURN TOUCHDOWNS 3 Gardner-Webb 3 Liberty 3 Charleston Southern 2 Liberty 2 Coastal Carolina 2 Charleston Southern 2 Stony Brook

2004 2007 2009 2003 2004 2006 2008

FEWEST FIRST DOWNS ALLOWED 176 Charleston Southern 178 Liberty 180 Gardner-Webb 182 Coastal Carolina 182 Liberty

2004 2006 2002 2007 2009

FEWEST RUSHING FIRST DOWNS ALLOWED 75 Charleston Southern 76 Gardner-Webb 79 Liberty 81 Stony Brook 82 Gardner-Webb

2006 2008 2006 2009 2009

FEWEST PASSING FIRST DOWNS ALLOWED 57 Coastal Carolina 63 Gardner-Webb 63 Charleston Southern 78 Liberty 81 Charleston Southern 81 Coastal Carolina

2007 2002 2004 2009 2003 2004


SEASON TEAM RECORDS LOWEST THIRD-DOWN CONVERSION ALLOWED 28.2 Gardner-Webb (49-174) 33.3 Coastal Carolina (52-156) 33.3 Coastal Carolina (56-168) 34.9 Gardner-Webb (44-126) 36.0 VMI (68-189) 36.0 Liberty (49-136)

2003 2003 2005 2002 2003 2006

LOWEST FOURTH-DOWN CONVERSION ALLOWED 27.8 Charleston Southern (5-18) 29.4 Charleston Southern (5-17) 30.0 VMI (6-20) 30.8 Charleston Southern (8-26) 35.0 Liberty (7-20)

2004 2005 2008 2007 2004

RED ZONE DEFENSE 54.8 Gardner-Webb (17-31) 58.1 Gardner-Webb (25-43) 65.7 Charleston Southern (23-35) 66.7 Liberty (34-51) 66.7 Liberty (24-36)

2002 2003 2006 2002 2009

QUARTERBACK SACKS 31 Charleston Southern 29 Gardner-Webb 27 Coastal Carolina 27 Coastal Carolina 25 Elon 25 Charleston Southern 25 Coastal Carolina 25 Gardner-Webb 24 VMI 24 Coastal Carolina 24 Presbyterian

2002 2003 2003 2007 2002 2006 2009 2009 2003 2004 2008

TURNOVER MARGIN +22 Coastal Carolina +21 Liberty +15 Coastal Carolina +14 Gardner-Webb +14 Liberty +12 Coastal Carolina +10 Gardner-Webb +9 Stony Brook +8 Liberty +6 Charleston Southern +6 Liberty +6 Charleston Southern

2004 2009 2007 2002 2007 2003 2009 2009 2008 2006 2006 2008

FUMBLE RETURNS 5 Elon 4 Liberty 4 Liberty 3 Charleston Southern 3 Coastal Carolina 3 VMI 3 Gardner-Webb 3 Presbyterian

2002 2002 2003 2003 2003 2003 2006 2009

FUMBLE RETURN YARDS 192 Elon 169 Liberty 130 Charleston Southern 87 VMI 81 Presbyterian 76 Presbyterian 72 Stony Brook 69 Charleston Southern 58 VMI 54 Coastal Carolina

2002 2002 2007 2007 2008 2009 2009 2009 2003 2003

FUMBLE RETURN TOUCHDOWNS 3 Charleston Southern 2 Elon 2 Liberty 2 Liberty 2 Liberty 2 Coastal Carolina 2 Presbyterian 2 Liberty

2007 2002 2002 2003 2004 2004 2008 2009

SPECIAL TEAMS FIELD GOALS MADE 17 VMI 17 Liberty 16 Gardner-Webb 15 Liberty 14 Coastal Carolina 12 Gardner-Webb 12 Coastal Carolina 11 ďŹ ve teams tied with

2003 2008 2008 2007 2005 2002 2007

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 24 VMI 22 Coastal Carolina 22 Liberty 22 Gardner-Webb 22 Coastal Carolina 20 Liberty 19 Liberty 18 Gardner-Webb 18 Coastal Carolina 17 three teams tied with

2003 2005 2008 2008 2008 2003 2007 2002 2007

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE .846 VMI (11-13) .833 VMI (10-12) .818 Gardner-Webb (9-11) .789 Liberty (15-19) .773 Liberty (17-22) .769 Gardner-Webb (10-13) .733 Gardner-Webb (11-15) .727 Gardner-Webb (16-22) .714 Charleston Southern (10-14) .708 VMI (17-24)

2005 2006 2006 2007 2008 2005 2007 2008 2008 2003

PAT KICKS MADE 56 Liberty 53 Coastal Carolina 49 Coastal Carolina 48 Gardner-Webb 48 VMI 47 Liberty 40 VMI 38 Coastal Carolina 37 Coastal Carolina 36 Charleston Southern

2007 2004 2006 2005 2008 2008 2003 2005 2003 2005

PAT KICKS ATTEMPTED 59 Liberty 54 Coastal Carolina 50 Gardner-Webb 50 Coastal Carolina 50 VMI 50 Liberty 42 VMI 41 Coastal Carolina 39 Gardner-Webb 38 three teams tied with

2007 2004 2005 2006 2008 2008 2003 2003 2003

PAT KICKING PERCENTAGE 1.000 Coastal Carolina (38-38) 1.000 Gardner-Webb (33-33) 1.000 Liberty (30-30) 1.000 Gardner-Webb (28-28) 1.000 Liberty (18-18) 1.000 VMI (15-15)

2005 2006 2002 2007 2005 2004

PUNTS 85 69 68 66 61 59 58 58 58 57 57

2003 2003 2002 2004 2004 2005 2003 2007 2008 2003 2005

Charleston Southern Coastal Carolina Charleston Southern VMI Gardner-Webb VMI Gardner-Webb Charleston Southern Charleston Southern Liberty Liberty

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PUNTING YARDAGE 2,544 Gardner-Webb 2,536 Coastal Carolina 2,520 VMI 2,486 Gardner-Webb 2,464 Charleston Southern 2,404 Charleston Southern 2,265 Liberty 2,174 Liberty 2,165 VMI 2,147 VMI

2003 2003 2004 2004 2002 2003 2005 2003 2006 2005

PUNTING AVERAGE 43.9 Gardner-Webb 43.3 Gardner-Webb 40.9 Liberty 40.8 Gardner-Webb 39.7 VMI 39.7 Liberty 39.4 VMI 38.3 Gardner-Webb 38.3 Liberty 38.2 VMI

2003 2006 2007 2004 2003 2005 2006 2002 2004 2004

NET PUNTING AVERAGE 37.8 Gardner-Webb 37.3 Liberty 37.2 VMI 36.8 Gardner-Webb 36.4 Presbyterian 34.7 Liberty 34.3 Liberty 34.1 VMI 33.9 Stony Brook 33.8 Elon 33.8 Gardner-Webb

2003 2005 2003 2006 2008 2007 2004 2004 2008 2002 2004

PUNT RETURNS 34 VMI 31 Gardner-Webb 30 Liberty 29 Liberty 28 Liberty 27 Coastal Carolina 26 Coastal Carolina 26 Charleston Southern 26 Coastal Carolina 24 Charleston Southern

2003 2003 2003 2007 2006 2003 2004 2004 2005 2002

PUNT RETURN YARDS 413 Liberty 365 Gardner-Webb 336 Liberty 315 Liberty 305 Gardner-Webb 296 Coastal Carolina 294 VMI 291 Charleston Southern 267 Charleston Southern 259 Liberty

2007 2005 2008 2006 2003 2003 2003 2006 2002 2003

PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 17.4 Gardner-Webb 14.6 Liberty 14.2 Liberty 13.9 Charleston Southern 12.0 Coastal Carolina 11.9 Liberty 11.2 Liberty 11.1 Charleston Southern 11.0 Coastal Carolina 10.2 Presbyterian

2005 2008 2007 2006 2007 2004 2006 2002 2003 2008

PUNT RETURN TOUCHDOWNS 4 Liberty 3 Liberty 2 Coastal Carolina 2 Gardner-Webb 2 Charleston Southern 2 Liberty

2007 2004 2003 2005 2006 2008


SEASON TEAM RECORDS FEWEST PUNT RETURNS ALLOWED 11 Coastal Carolina 12 Gardner-Webb 12 Stony Brook 13 Coastal Carolina 16 Coastal Carolina 17 Liberty 17 Liberty 17 Presbyterian 17 VMI 19 Charleston Southern 19 Charleston Southern

2006 2008 2008 2007 2008 2007 2008 2008 2008 2004 2006

FEWEST PUNT RETURN YARDS ALLOWED 23 Presbyterian 85 Coastal Carolina 87 Gardner-Webb 94 Charleston Southern 107 Coastal Carolina 110 Stony Brook 115 VMI 123 Liberty 124 Elon 129 VMI

2008 2006 2008 2006 2004 2008 2008 2007 2002 2003

LOWEST OPPONENT PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 1.4 Presbyterian 2.1 Coastal Carolina 2.2 Elon 2.5 VMI 3.4 Coastal Carolina 3.8 Charleston Southern 4.0 Liberty 4.1 VMI 4.8 Charleston Southern 4.9 three teams tied with

2008 2004 2002 2003 2003 2004 2004 2004 2002

BLOCKED PUNTS 4 Coastal Carolina 4 Presbyterian 3 Gardner-Webb 2 Liberty 2 Liberty 2 VMI 2 Coastal Carolina

2004 2008 2003 2002 2004 2004 2006

KICKOFF RETURNS 69 Charleston Southern 63 Charleston Southern 62 VMI 60 Presbyterian 58 Charleston Southern 57 VMI 54 Liberty 52 Elon 52 Liberty 52 Coastal Carolina

2003 2007 2007 2008 2002 2008 2003 2002 2002 2008

KICKOFF RETURN YARDS 1,411 Charleston Southern 1,315 VMI 1,248 Charleston Southern 1,110 VMI 1,090 Gardner-Webb 1,085 Charleston Southern 1,067 Presbyterian 1,040 Coastal Carolina 1,040 Charleston Southern 1,021 Liberty

2003 2007 2007 2008 2008 2002 2008 2007 2008 2003

KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE 25.6 Liberty 23.7 Liberty 23.6 Coastal Carolina 23.3 Gardner-Webb 22.7 Gardner-Webb 22.6 Charleston Southern 22.1 Liberty 21.7 Coastal Carolina 21.2 VMI 20.5 Coastal Carolina

2006 2007 2007 2005 2008 2008 2008 2004 2007 2003

KICKOFF RETURN TOUCHDOWNS 3 Liberty 2 VMI 1 six teams tied with KICKOFF COVERAGE 15.8 Charleston Southern 15.9 Charleston Southern 17.4 Gardner-Webb 17.5 Liberty 18.2 Charleston Southern 18.2 Coastal Carolina 18.5 Gardner-Webb 18.7 Charleston Southern 19.0 Liberty 19.1 Liberty

2006 2007

2004 2003 2002 2004 2002 2007 2007 2008 2002 2008

MISCELLANEOUS LEAST PENALIZED 43 Coastal Carolina 49 VMI 61 Elon 61 Gardner-Webb 63 VMI 63 VMI 66 VMI 66 Charleston Southern 68 Charleston Southern 68 Gardner-Webb 68 Liberty

2003 2006 2002 2008 2007 2008 2004 2008 2003 2006 2008

MOST 30-POINT GAMES 10 Liberty 8 Coastal Carolina 8 Liberty 7 Gardner-Webb 7 Coastal Carolina 6 Charleston Southern 6 Gardner-Webb 5 Gardner-Webb 5 Liberty 5 VMI 5 Coastal Carolina 5 Coastal Carolina 5 VMI

2007 2004 2008 2005 2006 2005 2008 2003 2003 2003 2005 2007 2008

MOST 40-POINT GAMES 5 Coastal Carolina 5 Liberty 4 Coastal Carolina 4 Gardner-Webb 4 Liberty 4 VMI 3 Gardner-Webb 3 Liberty 3 VMI 3 Coastal Carolina 3 Coastal Carolina 3 Stony Brook

2004 2007 2003 2005 2008 2008 2003 2003 2003 2006 2007 2008

MOST 50-POINT GAMES 3 Coastal Carolina 3 Gardner-Webb 3 Liberty 2 Charleston Southern 2 Gardner-Webb 2 Coastal Carolina

2004 2005 2007 2004 2004 2006

MOST 30-POINT CONFERENCE GAMES 5 Liberty 4 Liberty 3 Gardner-Webb 3 Gardner-Webb 3 Coastal Carolina 3 Charleston Southern 3 Coastal Carolina

2008 2007 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

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MOST 40-POINT CONFERENCE GAMES 2 Coastal Carolina 2 Liberty 2 Liberty

2007 2007 2008

MOST 50-POINT CONFERENCE GAMES 2 Coastal Carolina 2 Liberty 1 Gardner-Webb 1 Elon 1 VMI 1 Coastal Carolina 1 Gardner-Webb 1 VMI 1 Coastal Carolina

2007 2007 2002 2002 2003 2004 2005 2005 2006

MOST GAMES HOLDING OPPONENT UNDER 10 POINTS 4 VMI 2003 4 Liberty 2006 3 Charleston Southern 2002 3 Charleston Southern 2004 3 Coastal Carolina 2004 3 Charleston Southern 2008 3 Coastal Carolina 2008 3 Liberty 2008 MOST SHUTOUTS 3 Liberty 2 Gardner-Webb 2 Charleston Southern 2 Liberty

2006 2003 2008 2008

MOST GAMES WITH A 100-YARD RUSHER 11 Liberty 9 Liberty 9 Liberty 9 VMI 7 Liberty 7 Liberty 7 VMI 7 Liberty

2008 2004 2007 2008 2002 2003 2003 2006

MOST 500-YARD TOTAL OFFENSE GAMES 5 Gardner-Webb 4 VMI 3 VMI 3 Coastal Carolina 3 Liberty 3 Stony Brook 3 VMI

2005 2007 2003 2006 2007 2008 2008

MOST 600-YARD TOTAL OFFENSE GAMES 2 Stony Brook 2 VMI 1 Charleston Southern 1 Charleston Southern 1 Coastal Carolina 1 Gardner-Webb

2008 2008 2004 2005 2006 2007

MOST GAMES HOLDING OPPONENTS UNDER 300 YARDS OF TOTAL OFFENSE 5 Gardner-Webb 2003 5 Charleston Southern 2004 5 Coastal Carolina 2004 5 Liberty 2006 5 Charleston Southern 2008 5 Coastal Carolina 2008 5 Gardner-Webb 2008 5 Liberty 2008 MOST GAMES HOLDING OPPONENTS UNDER 100 YARDS RUSHING 7 Gardner-Webb 2008 7 Liberty 2008 5 Liberty 2007 5 Charleston Southern 2008


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