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Bemidji State Football Quick Facts University Information

Location: Bemidji, Minn. (15,000) Founded: 1919 Enrollment: 5,020 Conference: Northern Sun Intercollegiate Website: www.northernsun.org Affiliation: NCAA Division II Nickname: Beavers School Colors: Green & White PMS Color: Green (PMS 3305) Home Field: Chet Anderson Stadium Surface (capacity): Natural Grass (3,500) President: Dr. Richard Hanson Athletics Director: Dr. Rick Goeb Head Trainer: Bill Crews Assistant Trainer: Corinne Dauksavage Assistant Trainer: Travis Shock Trainer Phone: (218) 755-2769 Equipment Manager: TBA Equipment Phone: (218) 755-3292 Compliance/SWA: Sarah Levesque Athletics Secretary: Debbie Slough Athletics Phone: (218) 255-2941 Athletics Fax: (218) 755-3898

Team Information

2010 Season Outlook 1 2-4 4-5 5

Quick Facts & Table of Contents Season Outlook: Offense Season Outlook: Defense Season Outlook: Special Teams / Schedule

Bemidji State Coaching Staff 6-8 9 10 11 12 13

Head Coach Jeff Tesch Associate Head Coach Rich Jahner Assistant Coach Brent Bolte Gordie Haug / Karson Pike Eric Medberry / Neil Linhart Ken Traxler / Adrian Dunn / Support Staff

2010 Bemidji State Beavers

14-15 Alphabetical / Numerical Rosters 16-23 Student-Athlete Bios - Key Returning Players 24 Roster Breakdowns 25 Preseason Depth Chart

Opponents

26-29 2010 Opponents 26 Non-Conference Opponent 26-29 NSIC Opponents 29 NSIC Sports Information Directory 30 2010 Opponent Schedule Grid 30 2010 NSIC Composite Schedule

2009 Season in Review

31-34 Game Recaps 34 NSIC Players of the Week 35-38 Final BSU Statistics 39 Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference 40-41 All-NSIC Teams / Awards 42-43 NSIC Statistical Leaders

BSU History and Records

44 The Last Time... 45 Individual Records: Passing 46 Individual Records: Total Offense 47 Individual Records: Rushing 48 Individual Records: Tackles / Sacks 49 Individual Records: Receiving 50 Individual Records: Returns (INT/punts/kickoffs) 51 Individual Records: Scoring / Kicking / Punting 52 Team Records 53 Team Year-by-Year Offensive Stats (since 1971) 54 Individual Awards 55-58 All-Time Results 59 Chet Anderson Stadium 60 Bemidji State Football Traditions 61 Battle for the Axe

This is Bemidji State 62 63 64 65 66 67 68

Welcome to Bemidji Bemidji State University BSU Athletics Facilities NCAA Rules Compliance / Media Information BSU Media Outlets Administration Department of Athletics Staff Directory

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2010

2009 Record: 8-3 NSIC Record: 7-3 / 4-2 (t-3th / t-3 North Div.) Starters Returning: 21 (11 O / 9 D / 1 ST) Starters Lost: 3 (0 O / 3 D / 0 ST) Letterwinners Returning: 46 (23 O /21 D / 2 ST) Letterwinners Lost: 12 (3 O /9 D/ 0 ST)

Program History

First Year of Football: 1926 All-Time Record: 308-394-24 (.441) NSIC Titles: 5 (1947-50-57-59-2006) Years in Post-Season Play: 1 (2006) Mineral Water Bowl L, 35-27 (Pittsburg St.)

Coaching Staff

Head Coach Jeff Tesch Alma Mater Moorhead State ‘78 Office Phone: (218) 755-2772 e-mail jtesch@bemidjistate.edu Record at BSU: 91-60 (14th season) Career Record: 91-60 (14th season) Assistants: Rich Jahner Ass’t HC/Co-DC/S Brent Bolte Co-DC/LB Eric Medberry OC/QB Dr. Ken Traxler OL Neil Linhart WR Gordie Houg II RB Adrian Dunn DL Karson Pike CB

Athletic Media Relations

Director: Brad Folkestad (Bemidji State ‘01) Office: (218) 755-4603 Home: (218) 444-7450 Cell: (218) 308-1115 e-mail: bfolkestad@bemidjistate.edu Assistant: Dax Larson (Minnesota State ‘07) Office: (218) 755-2763 Cell: (612) 718-0729 e-mail: dlarson@bemidjistate.edu SID Fax: (218) 755-3898 Football Press Box: (218) 755-3705 Web site: www.bsubeavers.com Mailing Address: Bemidji State University #29 1500 Birchmont Drive NE Bemidji, MN 56601

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2008 season outlook

Derek Edholm, Senior, Quarterback

Dustin Kroeplin, Sophomore, Running back

Andrew Schultz, Senior, Wide Receiver

The 2010 Season

back for his senior year the Beaver coaching staff is excited to see more. “Derek is a good football player,” Tesch said. “He’s been in a lot of big games, tough losses and blowouts. He’s an experienced quarterback and those guys are worth their weight in gold. We look for a banner year from him.” As a redshirt freshman, Lance Rongstad proved he belongs on a football field, racking up 574 yards on the ground in just nine games (63.8 yds/g). He also was 16-for-28 in the air with 198 yards and a touchdown. He had one game over 100 yards rushing and posted the longest running play of the season at 52 yards. For his exceptional play on the gridiron and on the basketball court, Rongstad was named BSU’s Male Newcomer of the Year. “Everybody knows the ability Lance Rongstad has as a pure athlete,” Tesch said. “Lance is a winner, we have to have both those guys (Rongstad and Edholm) on the field, which means Lance might be playing some other positions too.” With two all-conference quality players behind center, BSU will have options, but decisions at the position. “It’s hard to take a first-team all-conference player out of the game, but we can’t have Lance sitting on the bench either. It’s a nice problem to have. We have to get two good players on the field,” Tesch added.

the Beavers with power in the backfield. Last season, the redshirt freshman led the team in rushing with 952 yards and 10 touchdowns. He was forced into an every-down back position after Brandon Miles was injured in the preseason. Miles is now back with something to prove after totaling 379 yards and 11 touchdowns in 2008. “Miles is building and getting a little more strength in his knee and as the year goes it’s only going to get better,” Tesch said. “He’s different than Kroeplin in that he makes you miss, where as Kroeplin is a straight-ahead banger. Dustin is a durable kid but has some speed too. His strength is running over guys but he has breakaway speed that some don’t realize.” Adding to the mix are University of North Dakota transfer Steven Battle and sophomore Brad Hemling, who totaled 80 yards on 25 carries with one score. “Battle played in big games at UND and we’re excited about what he adds to the program,” Tesch said. “Hemling had a great spring and is in the fold too.”

Returning 19 starters from last season’s squad that posted an 8-3 overall record, the expectations are high in Paul Bunyan Land. The Bemidji State football team welcomes back 10 all-conference athletes, led by first-team picks and senior captains quarterback Derek Edholm and defensive end Jordan Lardinois. Roaming the sidelines for his 15th season, head coach Jeff Tesch is coming off his fifth eight-plus win season and 11th winning campaign. With quality starters coming back to the gridiron, Tesch is just as excited about the depth the 2010 team has. “There’s an awful a lot of experience coming back,” Tesch said. “We have a little more depth than we’ve ever had, which is something we always lack in our program. That depth will help through the long run and in fourth quarters against some of the teams we lost to last year.” Last season’s squad, that went 7-3 in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference and 4-2 in the North Division, saw a group with highlyexplosive offense talent and stingy ‘Gang Green’ defense. This season the Beavers’ eyes are wide and their mouths are salivating for more. A strong starting core, followed by depth and veteran coaching is the formula for success for this BSU squad that expects to make some noise in the conference, region and earn a berth to the NCAA playoffs. “This is a group that is on a mission to erase those close games last year and take it one step further. All that experience leads to the possibility of a good year,” Tesch said.

Offense Quarterback

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Front Runners

Derek Edholm Lance Rongstad

Running Back

Accurate. Tough. Smart. Versatile. These four words describe both returning quarterbacks for the Beavers in 2010. First Team All-NSIC pick Derek Edholm finished the 2009 campaign as the top signal caller in the NSIC in efficiency (160.6). He completed 130-of-213 passes attempts for 1,662 yards and 25 touchdowns. On the ground, Edholm was third on the team in rushing with 343 yards and eight scores. His complete offensive display was one of the best in BSU history by a quarterback and coming

2

Quarterbacks at a glance Sr. So.

6-1 6-3

201 205

Running back is another position where the coaching staff has options. Not only do they have options, but different-styles of backs that can cross-up any defense. “It’s the first time we’ve had a little depth in three-four years,” Tesch said. “ The good news is that they are all quality guys that can help. We don’t have to bang a guy for 10 straight carries, now we can put a fresh look out there.” The return of downhill runner Dustin Kroeplin, an all-conference honorable mention, provides

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Running backs at a glance Front Runner

Dustin Kroeplin

Contenders

Brandon Miles Steven Battle Brad Hemling

Receivers

So.

5-11

218

Jr. Sr. So.

5-10 5-9 5-11

195 226 206

Running with the theme of 2010, the wide receiver core that is returning is an experienced crew and is deep, while also welcoming back some injured players. Leading the receiving corps this season will be Second Team All-NSIC senior Andrew Schultz. Last season, Schultz emerged as the Beavers go-to wide-out, adding 258 yards with four touchdowns, ranking second and third on the team, respectively. “Andrew Schultz is a good leader and caught a lot of balls for us last season,” Tesch said. “He is a great blocker and has been in close games. The staff is looking to him to have a great senior year.”


Bemidji State Football 2008 season outlook

Brian Leonhardt, Sophomore, Tight End

Cory Immerman, Junior, Center

The Bemidji State Offensive Line

When looking for a quick strike or a deep ball down field, Cameron Abram was the No. 1 target in 2009. His 14 receptions ranked sixth on the team last season, but his 384 total yards, 27.4 yards per catch and 38.4 yards per game was far and away the tops on the squad. The coaching staff will be looking for more from Abram in his junior season. “We moved Abram out wide to be the deep threat and he really came on in the last half of the year and caught some long balls,” Tesch said. “Also, he’s a quick exciting runner if we can get him the ball with the screen plays.” Also in the mix in 2010 are playmakers like junior Jody Henningson and sophomores Justin Lee and Christian Metz. Henningson was second on the team in receiving touchdowns with five and third in receptions with 19, tallying 240 yards. Playing in just six games due to injury, Lee racked-up 160 yards. Metz was a consistent receiver, playing in all 11 games and bringing down two touchdowns with 131 yards. “We are also excited about a young player, Averey Duncan,” Tesch said. “He is a deep, athletic kid that can help us out on an already talented group of wide receivers.”

ago. We are going to have to throw the ball to him more. He’s got great hands, is a heck of a blocker and a kid we have to utilize.” Troy Dale will also see time at tight end for BSU this season. As a redshirt freshman, Dale saw action in seven games in 2009. “We are learning what Troy is capable of doing and maybe we will use him in some two-tight end sets,” Tesch said.

none of those big gains and huge plays would happen without the offensive line. In 2010, the Beavers return their entire offensive line. An Oline that protected a first team all-conference quarterback, opened holes for an all-conference running back and paved the way for eight 100plus running days by three different players. “The good news is every one of our starters are back and with a ton of experience, which is what that position is all about,” Tesch said. “Those game battles and being in the trenches are worth it. Also, we have two or three extra guys that will be able to help out and rotate in there.” Second Team All-NSIC member junior Cory Immerman will center the line, a player Tesch says is a solid center that the staff can count on to make good decisions. Also a second-team all-conference selection, junior Davis Mickelson returns to the grind after starting all 11 games for BSU last season. Sophomore Alonzo Melton proved his worth last season by also starting every contest for the Beavers. Junior Jordan Anderson’s season was cut short by injury last year after five games, but he is back and healthy. Another player that proved himself in his first season in the green and white was now-sophomore Brett DeLange, who started nine games, playing in 10. Also contributing last season were senior Chris Parrish (played 10/started six) and junior Steve Pappas (played and started three). Redshirt freshmen Bryce Nelson and Jordan Oin are up-and-coming players for the O-Line and will likely see some snaps in a back-up roll this season.

Receivers at a glance Front Runners

Andrew Schultz Cameron Abram Jody Henningson Chris Metz

Contender

Justin Lee

Tight End

Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr.

6-2 5-9 5-11 5-11

198 198 197 172

So

5-8

187

The emergence of Brian Leonhardt at the tight end position was an extremely important piece to the offensive puzzle last season. He led the team in receptions with 24, scoring a teambest seven receiving touchdowns and piling-up 256 yards, en route to earning a spot as an honorable mention on the all-conference team. Now a sophomore, expectations for the young 6-5, 255 pounder are high. “We’re excited about Brian,” Tesch said. “He’s bigger, stronger, faster than he was a year

Tight Ends at a glance Front Runners

Brian Leonhardt Troy Dale

So. So.

6-5 6-0

255 251

Fullback

Junior Nate Solors will again be called upon to fill the fullback spot. In 2009 he played in seven games, getting four carries before an injury ended his season early. “We had a nice player in Nate Solors last year, but then he broke his hand three-fourths through the year and that limited us,” Tesch said. “Now he’s back and healthy. He is a good, solid fullback, those guys are hard to come by.” The coaching staff hopes to have some depth at the position with redshirt freshman Brent Kondziolka getting his first action as a collegiate football player. “We’re excited about Kondziolka’s future. He’s an excellent blocker,” Tesch said. “We haven’t had that quality back-up in the program in the past.”

Fullbacks at a glance Front Runner Nate Solors

Contender

Brent Kondziolka

Offensive Line at a glance

Jr.

5-8

288

Fr-RS

6-0

219

Offensive Line

Quarterbacks, running backs and wide receivers typically get the glory when posting huge numbers or scoring the winning touchdown, but

2010

Front Runners

Davis Mickelson Brett DeLange Cory Immerman Jordan Anderson Alonzo Melton

Contenders

Steve Pappas Chris Parrish

Jr. So. Jr. Jr. So.

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

290 300 285 313 297

Jr. Sr.

6-3 6-0

299 338

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2008 season outlook

Jordan Lardinois, Senior, Defensive End

Dusty Sluzewicz, Junior, Safety

Defense

Linebackers

Defensive Line

The Beavers lose a first team all-conference tackle in Bryan Wick, but no worries, it returns a 2009 first team pick and a 2008 second team selection to the D-ends. Senior Jordan Lardinois is primed for another stellar season after posting 33 tackles (18 solo), which included 12.5 tackles for loss and 4.5 sacks, while adding a team-best two fumble recoveries, earning first team all-conference honors last season. A 2008 second team all-conference member, Rob Wills is bigger and stronger for his senior season after collecting 44 tackles (19 solo), including 3.5 sacks, while adding two interceptions. Junior Josh Beste will fill-in to that defensive end reserve role after playing in nine games last season. “We’ve got two all-conference defensive ends coming back in Lardinois and Wills, two quality starters at that position,” Tesch said. “We lost Bryan Wick at the defensive tackle position, probably the key spot in a 3-4 front, so we have a few guys battling for that spot. We will need to find the gamers at that position and see who can stay healthy.” At the tackle position, a group of guys will be fighting to prove they are the gamer the staff is looking for. Leading the way is sophomore Jake Zimmerman who played in 10 games, totaling 11 tackles (eight solo) last season, including 1.5 tackles for loss. Sophomore Papapa NicholasSilvira has moved from the offensive side of the ball to help out at the tackle spot. Freshman redshirt Matt Shaver and junior transfer Nick Mesarie will also be fighting for time.

Defensive Line at a glance Front Runners

Jordan Lardinois Sr. Jake Zimmerman So. Rob Wills Sr.

Contender

Josh Beste Jr. Papapa Nicholas-Silvira So.

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6-3 6-4 6-3

253 277 262

6-1 6-3

275 323

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Despite losing just the 19th All-America selection to sport the green and white, Jake Anderson, Tesch is still very optimistic about the linebacker position in 2010. “As much as we will miss All-America Jake Anderson for his leadership, we’ve got a heck of a core returning and some depth,” Tesch said. “It all starts with Andrew Eagan, who I think will have a great year,” Tesch said. Eagan is a two-time all-conference player and the senior looks to make it a three-time honor after posting 68 tackles (24 solo), including 3.5 for loss, while adding an interception and fumble recovery in 2009. Another inside linebacker looking to make an impact is sophomore Cory Crosby. He finished fourth on the squad in tackles with 52 (22 solo). Junior Alex Mock returns to the line-up after missing the final six games due to injury. He started four games, totaling 13 tackles (four solo), one for loss. Sophomore Jason Bromm returns after playing seven games in his maiden season at BSU, making seven tackles. “I think a guy that is really going to blossom this year is Cory Crosby,” Tesch said. “He’s fast, strong, and there game-in and game-out. He’s going to have a super year. Mock is just a solid football player and Jason Bromm adds the depth.” “We have depth at a lot of positions this season, but I think our outside linebackers are as deep of a position we have right now.” Leading the way at the outside-back position are sophomore George Percak-Dennet and juniors Luke Knutson and Blake Sczepanski. Percak-Dennet was sixth on the squad in tackles (44), but third in tackles for loss with 7.0, including three sacks. Knutson closed last season with 23 tackles (10 solo), including three for loss. Playing in his first season with BSU, Sczepanski played in 10 games, tallying seven tackles. Adding good, quality depth to the outside linebacker position will be sophomore Dan Christensen (nine games – seven tackles), and freshmen redshirts Ryan Olds and Buckley Wright.

Jesse Sundby, Junior, Kicker/Punter

Linebackers at a glance Front Runners

Andrew Eagan Sr. Cory Crosby So. George Percak-Dennett Jr. Blake Sczepanski Jr.

Contenders

Luke Knutson Alex Mock Jason Bromm Dan Christensen

Jr. Jr. So. So.

222 234 238 230

6-0 5-10 6-0 6-1

206 213 214 223

Defensive Backs

The defensive back position is one spot in the Beaver line-up that is up in the air. The Beavers lost first team all-conference and third team all-region player Tiger Ellison who totaled 29 tackles and tied for the team-high with three interceptions. Returning to a starting role will be junior Sid Johnson. He proved he can play the position last season, making 23 tackles (17 solo), with an interception. Looking to become a regular starter for BSU next season is sophomore Charles Hrdlicka. He played in all 11 games in 2009, starting four, while recording 28 tackles (11 solo) and adding one interception. Also in the mix will be senior Anthony Ragsdale (nine games, 17 tackles, one pick) and freshman redshirt Chris Bellinger. “Sid showed us he is a good, quality player last season,” Tesch said. “Charlie had some growing pains in his first season, but performed well. The staff is really excited about Bellinger. He has already been standing out in fall practice, making plays. He is a fast, strong and aggressive player and we’re excited about his future.”

Defensive backs at a glance Front Runners

Sid Johnson Charles Hrdlicka

Contenders

Sr. So.

Anthony Ragsdale Sr. Chris Bellinger Fr.-RS.

2010

6-3 6-0 6-2 6-0

5-7 5-9

170 179

5-10 5-9

184 186


Bemidji State Football

2008 season outlook

2010 Bemidji State Football Schedule Date Opponent Time

Series Last Meeting

Aug. 26 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13

BSU, 10-1 Augie, 3-1 SMSU, 20-19-1 UMD, 38-10-1 BSU, 2-0 BSU, 6-5 MSUM, 43-30-3 Tied, 2-2 Tied, 16-16-1 SCSU, 34-16-3 BSU, 16-1

at Minot (N.D.) Statea • Augustanab • at SW Minnesota State • at Minnesota Duluth* • Upper Iowac • at Concordia-St. Paul • at MSU Moorhead*d • U-Mary*e • Northern State* • at St. Cloud State* • at Minnesota, Crookston*fg

7:00 1:00 6:00 6:00 1:00 6:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00

p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m.

Aug. 27, 2009 in Bemidji, Minn. (W, 42-20) Sept. 9, 1989 (L, 50-6) Oct. 27, 2007 in Marshall, Minn. (W, 28-14) Oct. 24, 2009 in Duluth, Minn. (L, 35-34) Nov. 9, 2007 in Minneapolis, Minn. (W, 56-28) Nov. 7, 2009 in St. Paul (W, 35-20) Sept. 19, 2009 in Bemidji, Minn. (W, 38-13) Oct. 31, 2009 in Bismark, N.D. (W, 21-7) Sept. 26, 2009 in Aberdeen, S.D. (W, 42-20) Oct. 3, 2009 in Bemidji, Minn. (L, 38-27) Oct. 17, 2009 in Crookston, Minn. (W, 45-6)

bold= home game at BSU’s Chet Anderson Stadium / • - Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference game / * NSIC North Division game a- Beaver Bash / b- Shrine Game / c- Homecoming / d- Battle for the Axe / e-Lions’ Game / f- Hubcap Game / g- Senior Day

Safeties

Like a song playing on repeat, the safety position is also returning its starters from last season and will have depth. Junior Brody Scheff had a breakout season for BSU last year, earning all-conference honorable mention status after leading the squad in tackles with 75, including a team-high 36 solo. His three interceptions is the most by a returner. He also had seven pass deflections, four pass break-ups, a forced fumble and recovered fumble. His partner in crime is junior Dusty Sluzewicz. With 10 pass deflections and nine passes broken-up, Sluzewicz led the team in both categories. He added 45 tackles (28 solo), including 3.5 tackles for loss, adding an interception. “Last year Brody emerged as a guy that has played as good of football at the safety position since we’ve been here,” Tesch said. “He’s smart, makes a lot of great checks and calls. We’re just very happy to have the two safeties we have.” The Beavers also return senior Aaron Roland and junior Jake Schmidt who combined for 31 tackles last season. Also in the fold will be senior transfer Jasmine Watkins. “We can play a nickel package, a dime package and really do things with the depth, something we’ve never had the opportunity to do in the past,” Tesch said.

Safeties at a glance Front Runners

Dusty Sluzewicz Brody Scheff

Contenders

Jake Schmidt Aaron Roland Jasmine Watkins

Special Teams

Jr. Jr.

5-10 6-0

221 209

Jr. Sr. Sr.

6-0 6-0 6-2

193 190 210

BSU returns the core of its special teams unit as well, welcoming back Second Team All-NSIC punter/kicker Jessie Sundby, long snapper Lardinois, punt returner Schultz, kick returner Metz and coverage player Roland. “Roland is one of our premier special teams

guys, who I think is the best special teams player in the league,” Tesch said. “He was just unbelievable on coverage.” Sundby finished the season with 40 punts, logging 1,466 yards and averaging 36.7 yards per punt, with 13 punts falling inside the 20 and recording one touchback. He was 40-for-50 on point after attempts and was 4-for-6 in field goals. Schultz returned 18 punts, totaling 134 yards (7.4 yds/return) and Metz returned 16 kick-offs, piling up 304 yards (19.0 yds/return).Battling with Sundby at the punting/kicking game are freshmen high schoolers Chais Wakefield and Zach Pulkinen. Also available on the return team are Hrdlicka, Rongstad and J. Lee. “Every year you want to make a point of doing well on special teams and I think we can improve there,” Tesch said. “We’re excited about the depth. The hard thing about special teams is that if you play your back-ups and redshirts you could lose quality, if you play your starters they can get tired. This season we have a nice mix of talented back-ups, more than we’ve ever had, and those guys are going be able to get out there fresh and fly around, giving our starters a rest.”

Special Teams at a glance Depth Chart

P/K Jesse Sundby Jr. H Andrew Schultz Sr. Beau Wakefield So. LS Jordan Lardinois Sr. KR Christian Metz So. Charles Hrdlicka So. PR Andrew Schultz Sr. Lance Rongstad So.

5-8 6-2 5-9 6-3 5-11 5-9 6-2 6-3

219 198 173 253 172 179 198 205

game against MSU will open the season in Minot, N.D. on Aug. 26. BSU then begins its home and conference season Sept. 11 against 2009 Mineral Water Bowl participant Augustana College. The game will also serve as the annual Shrine Game. The Beavers then hit the road to open its conference road season against Southwest Minnesota State University Sept. 18, followed by the NSIC North Division opener at University of Minnesota Duluth, who are the reigning NSIC Champions and have participated in the last two NCAA postseason playoffs, Sept. 25. Both road contests will begin at 6 p.m. BSU returns home Oct. 2 for a homecoming match-up against Upper Iowa University. Two road contests follow with Concordia University, St. Paul (Oct. 9) and the Battle for the Axe game against Minnesota State University Moorhead (Oct. 16). The Beavers are home Oct. 23 and Oct. 30 for their first and only back-to-back home games of the season, hosting NSIC North foes University of Mary and Northern State University. The contest against the Marauders will serve as the Lions’ Vision Awareness Game. A tough road trip to St. Cloud State University Nov. 6 closes the conference road season. SCSU was one of just three teams to beat the Beavers in 2009. The regular season ends with BSU hosting University of Minnesota, Crookston on Nov. 13. The game against the Golden Eagles will be senior day and the Battle for the Hubcap. “We play at UMD and SCSU, teams that beat us at home last year, now we have to beat them on the road and they are going to be good, quality programs,” Tesch said. “Those types of games are going to determine how we do all season, to have a chance at the big picture we’ll have to take at least one of those games.”

Schedule

The grind of the NSIC schedule is something that Bemidji State has to deal with every season, but the goal is still the same. “We have to battle at home and handle the road games,” Tesch said. For the 12th time Bemidji State will play Minot State University in the ‘Beaver Bash’. The

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By the Numbers

Jeff Tesch vs... Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Concordia-St. Paul Mary (N.D.) Minnesota, Crookston MSU Moorhead Northern State (S.D.) Southwest Minnesota State St. Cloud State (new member) Upper Iowa Wayne State (Neb.) Winona State Minnesota Duluth Minnesota State (new member) Minnesota-Morris (former member) TOTAL

Jeff Tesch vs... Non-Conference Opponents Chadron (Neb.) State Mary (N.D.) Mayville (N.D.) State Minnesota, Crookston Minnesota Duluth Minnesota State Minot (N.D.) State Pittsburg (Kan.) State St. John’s (Minn.) St. Thomas (Minn.) Southwest Minnesota State Wis.-River Falls Wis.-Stout Wis.-Stevens Point TOTAL

6-5 2-1 11-0 10-4 10-4 10-2 0-2 2-0 7-4 2-10 2-8 0-2 6-1 68-43

0-2 0-1 1-0 0-1 0-2 3-1 10-1 0-1 1-1 4-0 1-0 3-1 0-2 0-3 22-15

Milestone Victories

1 Minn.-Morris 19-15 10/19/96 10 Southwest State 28-18 11/7/98 25 Minn.-Morris 70-0 10/28/00 a ot 47-46 9/29/01 30 Northern State 50 Wis.-River Falls 58-14 9/18/04 b 28-20 10/16/04 53 Minn., Crookston 60 Minn., Crookston 40-14 10/15/05 70 Concordia-St. Paul 27-7 11/4/06 80 Northern State 31-20 9/27/08 90 University of Mary 21-7 10/31/09 a- fastest BSU head coach to 30 wins b- BSU career record

Games Coached

1 St. John’s (Minn.) 25 Winona State 50 Minn.-Morris 75 Minnesota State 100 Concordia-St. Paul 112a Mary 125 Wayne State 150 University of Mary a- BSU career record

2-20 19-38 70-0 12-10 48-55ot 21-27 21-24 21-7

9/7/96 10/3/98 10/28/00 8/28/03 9/24/05 10/7/06 10/13/07 10/31/09

Jeff Tesch I Head Coach u u u u u

Moorhead State (Minn.) ‘78 15th season at Bemidji State 91-60 (.603) overall record BSU career leader in coaching victories 1998 & 2006 NSIC Coach of the Year

It begins in early October with the turning of the fall leaves. Students, proud alumni and families from surrounding communities file into a small, picturesque stadium by the lake with fevered expectations for the battles to come. Through the autumn combat, those watchful souls have been blessed to witness an unprecedented era of success. All-America honorees. School records falling by the wayside with an almost dazzling regularity. A stadium where victories occurred with the frequency of a bigfoot sighting just a few short years ago now hosts men with annual dreams of championship and glory. It’s an era of success and excitement that once might have seemed akin to the Christmas fantasies of youth. But under the masterful guidance of 15th-year head coach Jeff Tesch, the Bemidji State football program has undergone a remarkable metamorphosis and gone from annual doormat to title contender. Tesch has posted a 91-60 record at BSU and led the Beavers to a school-record streak of 10 consecutive winning seasons stretching from 1998-2007. During that historic streak his teams posted four of the six eight-win seasons for a program now in its 84th season of competition. He is the only coach in Bemidji State history to oversee back-to-back eight-win seasons, and his 2000 and 2006 teams set matching school records of nine wins. Tesch’s success at BSU has been remarkable. Upon being named BSU’s 15th field general in May 1996, he inherited a program which had won just 16 games in its previous eight seasons, suffering losing streaks of nine, 11 and 18 games in that time. Today, his 91 wins represent nearly 30 percent of the program’s all-time victories. He has averaged six wins a season at a program which in 70 years prior to his arrival averaged barely three victories each fall. In fact, Tesch’s 91 wins in 14 years are more than the number of victories garnered by the Bemidji State program in the 29 full seasons prior to his arrival — 81.

By the Numbers

Seasons Coached 14 Games Coached 151 Career Record 91-60 NSIC Record 68-43 Non-Conference Record 22-15 Home Record 48-20 Winning Seasons 11 Eight-Win Seasons 5 Highest NSIC finish 1st (2006) NSIC Coach of the Year 1998, 2006 First-Team All-NSIC Players 43 Total All-NSIC Selections 143 NSIC Offensive Player of the Year 1 NSIC Defensive Players of the Year 1 NSIC Glen Galligan Award winners 2 All-Region Selections 22 All-America Selections 7 Academic All-District V Selections 5 Academic All-America Selections 1 NFF Hampshire Honor Society Selections 4

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Tesch has further cemented his legendary status by becoming Bemidji State’s all-time leader in coaching victories. He posted his 53rd win at BSU with a 28-20 victory over Minnesota Crookston on Oct. 16, 2004, moving him past H. “Jolly” Erickson, who won 52 games during a 17-year career at BSU from 1938-54. Tesch’s growing list of achievements at Bemidji State has him among the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference’s coaching deans as well. Now entering his 15th season at the Bemidji State helm, Tesch and Winona State’s Tom Sawyer who enters his 15th year with the Warriors are the longest tenured coaches in the NSIC.

Growing Pains

Tesch’s rebuilding efforts came about slowly, as BSU finished 2-8 in each of his first two seasons. His inaugural 1996 squad closed out an eight-game losing skid dating back to the 1995 season before Tesch picked up his first win as a head coach in a 19-15 win against Minn.-Morris. The Beavers would later close 1996 with a 28-14 win over Southwest State in the Metrodome Classic, BSU’s first win in the ‘Dome since downing Augsburg, 23-7, in 1983. That victory capped a 2-8 campaign and helped set the table for the turnaround to come. BSU built upon the momentum of its seasonending win in 1996, picking up a 25-21 win over St. John’s (Minn.) in its 1997 opener. That win, highlighted by “The Catch” – a 47-yard Hail Mary from Pat O’Connor to Ty Houglum as time expired – gave the Beavers back-to-back wins for just the second time in the 1990s and marked the team’s first win in a season opener since 1990. BSU would later pick up a 25-22 home win over NSIC rival Northern State before dropping its final two contests to finish the 1997 season at 2-8.

BSU Turns the Corner

Tesch’s resurrection of the BSU program began in earnest in 1998, as he led it to a 6-4 overall record and a third-place finish in the NSIC. BSU won three consecutive games after a season-opening loss, marking just the team’s second three-game winning streak since 1985. The Beavers later posted a 48-13 over Minn.-Morris and a 48-18 win over Minn.-Duluth to mark their first 40-point scoring contests since 1991. BSU’s six wins not only helped elevate Tesch to NSIC Coach of the Year honors, they marked the most wins for the program since John Peterson’s 1986 squad finished 6-4-1. BSU finished 4-2 against the NSIC, marking the first time since Peterson’s 1984 team (4-2) the Beavers won as many as four league games.

The Arrival

The Beavers opened strong in 1999, serving notice that the successes of 1998 would not be a one-season flash-in-the-pan. BSU won its first three games, its best start since also opening 3-0 in 1985, en route to what would become just the second eight-win season in school history. BSU set a school record in 1999 with three 50-point scoring games. The first of BSU’s three halfcentury efforts came in a 52-38 win over Wayne State, BSU’s first 50-point game since 1986. BSU would top the 50-point barrier twice more in ‘99 with a 54-7 win over Concordia-St. Paul and a 53-20 win over Minn.-

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Bemidji State Football Morris. Then in 2000, a record-setting offense helped propel BSU to arguably the finest single-season performance in school history. Tesch’s 2000 squad became just the third team in school history - and first since 1944 - to open a season 4-0. The hot start propelled the Beavers to a school-record nine-win season, breaking the previous mark of eight wins set in 1984 and equalled in 1999. Behind first-team All-NSIC and honorable mention All-America running back Eddie Acosta and honorable mention all-league quarterback Geoff Martinson, the BSU offense established 10 school season records and set its single-game scoring mark in a 70-0 blitzkrieg over Minn.-Morris. The 70-point effort tied for the fifth-highest scoring performance in all of Division II and joined with an historic 65-63, quadrupleovertime Homecoming win over Southwest State, BSU joined Northwest Missouri State as the only Division II programs to top 65 points twice in 2000. BSU also closed strong, becoming one of just six teams in school history, and first in 36 years, to finish with three consecutive wins. BSU’s achievements did not go unnoticed on the national scene. The Beavers finished ninth in the NCAA Midwest Regional Poll, used to select participants in the 16-team Division II national playoffs, and were 28th in the final AFCA Coaches Poll.

Championship Expectations

The 2000 season set the stage for a 21st century Bemidji State program which has established itself as a legitimate annual contender for the NSIC title, a crown the Beavers have not worn since 1959. BSU’s breakout 2000 season sent it into 2001 as a favorite for the NSIC championship, and with expectations also came national attention. The Beavers were ranked 23rd in Lindy’s pre-season Division II national poll, and running back Eddie Acosta was named NSIC Pre-Season Offensive Player of the Year. While the 2001 edition of the Beavers may not have lived up to the pre-season expectations, BSU finished 7-4 and led the NSIC in both total offense and passing offense. Along the way, BSU shattered 16 team single-season records while 13 individual season records and more than two dozen career marks fell by the wayside. When it was all said and done, BSU had seven players named First-Team All-NSIC—the largest group in school history and equal to BSU’s total of First-Team All-NSIC players in 1999 and 2000. Acosta was named NSIC Offensive Player of the Year, and Jason Leden earned a school-record fifth All-NSIC honor. An 0-3 start and a season-ending injury to Acosta, a consensus pre-season All-America pick, derailed BSU’s plans for the 2002 season early on, but Tesch rallied the troops with perhaps his finest coaching job since coming to Bemidji. No longer chasing conference titles or post-season glory, BSU instead looked inward and chose to play for the pride of the program. The Beavers rallied to go 6-2 in their final eight games and finished the season with sole possession of fourth place in the NSIC. WR Ryan Welle was named First-Team AllNSIC, leading BSU’s largest group of All-Conference selections since 1998, and also earned a spot on an All-Midwest Region team. LB Jon Aamot earned second-team league honors and was named to two post-season All-Midwest Region teams. BSU opened the 2003 season 2-0, including a season-opening win over Minn. State-Mankato which marked its first victory over a North Central Confer-

ence opponent since 1976. But three losses in four games again would make the team’s quest for an NSIC championship an uphill battle. The Beavers rebounded and won four times in their final five starts. BSU’s late-season surge also included a thrilling 48-42 win at Northern State which saw BSU rally from a 21-point first- Tesch quarter deficit. BSU had three First-Team All-NSIC picks in 2003, most since 2001, and in total had nine players named to the All-Conference team. Tesch’s successes at Bemidji State continued in 2004, as he led the team to the third eight-win season under his watch and the fourth in school history. BSU tied for second in the NSIC standings, its highest finish since 2000, and went into the final weekend of the season in position to earn the first post-season berth in school history. BSU grabbed national attention by scoring 40 or more points in each of its first five games, running its streak of 40-point scoring games to seven dating back to the 2003 season. The Beaver offense was back in form, breaking school season records for scoring (422), rushing yardage (2,519) and rushing touchdowns (33) while becoming just the second team in school history to average better than 440 yards of offense per game. At season’s end, nine Beavers earned All-NSIC honors, OT Blaine Thomas was named All-Northwest Region and WR/KR Michael Nordyke received an invitation to a free-agent minicamp tryout with the Minnesota Vikings. The Beavers erupted to a 3-0 start in 2005, highlighted by a 42-17 win at Minot State which saw quarterback Nathan Sannes set a school record with six touchdown passes and a 28-23 home victory over Minnesota State. In Week 4, BSU set a school record for combined points scored in regulation (96) in a 55-48 single-overtime loss at Concordia-St. Paul, and from that point forward injuries to key players on both sides of the ball would hamper BSU’s efforts the remainder of the season. That loss and a setback at Winona State two weeks later left the Beavers at 1-2 in NSIC play and out of title contention. However, the Beaver rallied to win their next three starts following the loss to Winona State, including a 45-33 win over Northern State and the program’s school-record sixth consecutive victory over MSU-Moorhead in the “Battle for the Axe” rivalry series. Tesch led the Beavers to a 9-3 finish in 2006, extending his school-record streak of consecutive winning seasons to nine, en route to the school’s first outright conference title and first in more than 40 years. He also led the team to its first ever post season appearance as the Beavers drew Pittsburg State in the Mineral Water Bowl. For his successes, Tesch was voted as the 2006 NSIC Coach of the Year while a school-record 16 players earned some form of AllNSIC honor. John Keaveny and Justin Guy paced a

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Coaching Profile As an Assistant Coach 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995

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As a Head Coach

1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

NSIC Fin Bemidji State 2-8 1-5 6th Bemidji State 2-8 1-5 t6th Bemidji State 6-4 4-2 3rd Bemidji State 8-3 6-2 t2nd Bemidji State 9-2 6-2 2nd Bemidji State 7-4 5-4 4th Bemidji State 6-5 6-3 4th Bemidji State 7-4 5-3 4th Bemidji State 8-3 5-2 t3rd Bemidji State 7-3 4-3 t4th Bemidji State 9-3 8-0 1st Bemidji State 7-4 6-3 4th Bemidji State 5-6 4-6 t8/t3 Bemidji State 8-3 7-3 t3/3rd Total 91-60 .603 vs NSIC 68-43 .604

BSU Records Seasons Coached 17 14 10 7 7

H.J. Erickson.......................1938-’54 Jeff Tesch....................... 1996-pres. C.A. Anderson..... 1955-’60/1962-’65 John Peterson.....................1982-’88 Kris Diaz..............................1989-’95

Games Coached 151 111 82 73 68

Jeff Tesch....................... 1996-pres. H.J. Erickson.......................1938-’54 C.A. Anderson..... 1955-’60/1962-’65 John Peterson.....................1982-’88 Kris Diaz..............................1989-’95

Coaching Victories 91 53 43 30 15

Jeff Tesch....................... 1996-pres. H.J. Erickson.......................1938-’54 C.A. Anderson..... 1955-’60/1962-’65 John Peterson.....................1982-’88 James Malmquist................1969-’73

Winning Percentage .603 .555 .491 .432 .363

Jeff Tesch....................... 1996-pres. C.A. Anderson..... 1955-’60/1962-’65 H.J. Erickson.......................1938-’54 John Peterson.....................1982-’88 James Malmquist................1969-’73

Conference Victories 68 25 25 13

Jeff Tesch....................... 1996-pres. H.J. Erickson.......................1938-’54 C.A. Anderson..... 1955-’60/1962-’65 John Peterson.....................1982-’88

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group of five first-team selections as the offensive linemates also garnered all-region accolades. The Beavers posted a 7-4 record after the championship season, finishing fourth in the NSIC with a 6-3 mark. BSU had 11 players appear on an all-conference team, led by the NSIC Defensive Player of the Year, Zach Stafford. Kicker/punter Paul Potemra and kick returner/wide receiver Anthony Schreiber were second-team all-Northwest Region, while Schreiber was invited to Minnesota Vikings mini-camp. BSU posted a 5-6 record in 2008, but continued its strong tradition of protecting home field by posting a 4-1 record. Ten Beavers were named to the all-conference squad, while Terrell Phelps picked-up first-team honors, en route to being named all-region in two different publications, including first-time laurels from Daktronics, Inc. He also was named an honorable mention All-America selection, becoming the 19th BSU football player to be honored as an All-America. The 2009 season marked the fifth time under Tesch the Beavers surpassed the eight-win plateau. BSU posted a 7-3 record in NSIC play, finishing third. BSU played four nationally-ranked opponents, going 2-2 while losing a heartbreaker to then-No. 7 and defending national champion Minnesota Duluth 35-34 at Chet Anderson Stadium. The Beavers were the least-penalized team, while leading the conference in time of possession. Thirteen student-athletes were named to the all-conference teams, including a group of five players earning first-team nods. Jake Anderson highlighted the first-team selections and went on to earn All-America honors from both Don Hansen’s Football Gazette and Daktronics, Inc. He became the 19th All-America from Bemidji Stat and fifth under Tesch.

There, he assumed assistant head coaching duties in 1995. The Fighting Sioux captured at least a share of the North Central Conference championship three consecutive seasons before Tesch’s departure in 1996. In addition to coaching duties, Tesch helped the Sioux achieve a 92 percent graduation rate while serving as academic advisor. Prior to his UND appointment, Tesch spent one year as an assistant at Montana State, followed by a two-year stint as offensive coordinator at Central Missouri State. A graduate of Moorhead State (Minn.) University who was a free-agent signee with the Atlanta Falcons, Tesch was inducted into the MSU Hall of Fame in the spring of 1998. In 1977, Tesch was the NCAA Division II receiving champion and still holds Dragon single-game and single-season records for receptions. In 27 years of coaching, Tesch has produced 15 All-America selections and five NFL draft picks. Tesch is active with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) , serving as a faculty advisor at Bemidji State Jeff and his wife Susan have two children — daughter Tara and son Vincent.

Chart-Topping Career

Tesch’s 14-year run at Bemidji State has him at or near the top in nearly every category for coaching achievement. Despite a slow start, victories have come quickly. He won 30 games at BSU in 57 career starts, reaching the plateau two games faster than Chet Anderson (59), and he won his 40th game in year six. The other men to reach that plateau at BSU did so in careers of 10 and 17 years. And when Tesch became BSU’s all-time winningest head coach in 2004, his ninth year at the helm, he reached the 53-win plateau eight years faster than Erickson. In addition, Tesch’s 2006 squad established a school single-season record for conference wins with just the sixth perfect season in NSIC history at 8-0. His 1999, 2000 and 2002 teams held the previous program mark as each piled up six wins. Prior to Tesch’s arrival, no BSU team had ever won more than five conference games. In 2002, Tesch toppled two significant coaching milestones at Bemidji State, becoming just the third BSU mentor to win 40 career games and becoming the program’s all-time leader in victories over conference opponents.

Prior to Bemidji State

Before being named Bemidji State’s 15th head coach, Tesch spent 11 years as an assistant for annual NCAA Division II playoff contender North Dakota.

Memorable Victories in the Tesch Era Oct. 19, 1996.................................... def. Minn.-Morris, 19-15 Jeff Tesch’s first win as BSU head coach. Nov. 13, 1996.......................... def. SW Minnesota St., 28-14 BSU snaps a nine-game Metrodome losing streak in the NSIC Metrodome Classic. Sept. 6, 1997........................................ def. St. John’s, 25-21 47-yard Hail Mary caps 13-point fourth quarter comeback in Tesch’s first non-conference win. Oct. 31, 1998.................................... def. Minn. Duluth, 48-18 BSU posts first win over Bulldogs since 1977. Sept. 23, 2000...................................def. Northern St., 39-38 BSU starts 4-0 for first time since 1944. Oct. 7, 2000.................... def. SW Minnesota St., 65-63 (4OT) BSU outlasts the Mustangs in a four-overtime Homecoming classic. SMSU set NCAA record (since broken) for points scored by a losing team.

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Oct. 28, 2000...................................... def. Minn.-Morris, 70-0 BSU sets school record for points scored, touchdowns scored and margin of victory. Sept. 29, 2001.......................def Northern State, 47-46 (2OT) BSU rallies from a 26-6 halftime deficit to help Tesch become the fastest BSU coach to win 30 games. Nov. 3, 2001........................................ def. Minn.-Morris, 69-6 Win is 250th in school history, and BSU ties school record with 10 TDs scored. Oct. 15, 2002.................................def. Northern State, 28-21 Ryan McCrady’s 80-yard INT return gives BSU a homecoming win and earns Tesch his 25th win against conference foes to tie the school record. Oct. 25, 2003..................................def Northern State, 48-42 BSU rallies from 21-0 first-quarter deficit and wins despite being outgained by 222 yards.

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Oct. 30, 2004..................................def MSU-Moorhead, 42-0 Tesch orchestrates a blowout of his Alma mater to retain Battle Axe for fifth consecutive season and put himself in sole possession of first place on BSU’s all-time coaching victories list. Oct. 15, 2005............................. def. Minn., Crookston, 40-14 Bemidji State rolls up 603 yards of total offense, including 358 rushing yards, as Tesch posts his 60th career victory. Oct. 29, 2005...............................def. MSU-Moorhead, 27-13 BSU posts its record sixth consecutive victory over its arch rivals in the Battle for the Axe series, and posted its seventh win in the last eight meetings with the Dragons. Nov. 10, 2006.......................................def. Upper Iowa 44-20 BSU claims the first outright NSIC title in school history. The win also solidifies the school’s first trip to the post season earning a berth into the Mineral Water Bowl. Nov. 8, 2008............................. def. Concordia-St. Paul 24-12 Win is 300th in school history, George Kadlec grabs two TD passes to set school record for career TD receptions (26).


Bemidji State Football Rich Jahner I Associate Head Coach

BSU Defense 2009

u Defensive Coordinator / Safeties u Minot (N.D.) State 1986 u 15th season at Bemidji State An original member of Jeff Tesch’s coaching staff, Rich Jahner enters his 15th season as Bemidji State’s defensive coordinator and recruiting coordinator and his eighth season with the title of Associate Head Coach. Jahner’s defense has produced two All-America picks in the last two seasons in Jake Anderson (LB, 2009) and Terrell Phelps (CB, 2008), while placing five players on the allconference first team in the same amount of time. Under Jahner’s watch, the BSU defense has consistently ranked among the NSIC elite units, while making regular appearances in the NCAA rankings and establishing programhighs. In past four seasons, BSU has proven it is one of the best defenses in the nation, especially against the run. The banner defensive seasons in the entire existence of the program came in 2006 and 2007. En route to its first conference championship in over 40 years, the 2006 edition of the BSU Gang Green led the nation in defense against the run allowing just over 50 yards per contest, establishing a BSU record, including holding the then-No. 18 Winona State Warriors to an unbelievable -37 yards rushing. Seven times it held its opponents to less than 25 yards on the ground giving up its only individual 100-yard game to Germane Race of Pittsburgh State in the 2006 Mineral Water Bowl. The 2006 edition was also ranked top 20 in four other national categories, sacks (3rd, 3.3 s/g), interceptions (8th, 22), total defense Jahner (16th, 251 yds/g) and turnovers (19th, 20). In 2007, the Beavers led the NSIC against the run for the second consecutive season, allowing an average of just over 70 yards per game. Five times BSU held opponents to less than 40 yards on the ground. The Beavers finished second in the NSIC giving up just over 300 yards of total offense per game while opponents scored just 17.2 points per contest against Jahner’s stingy defense--a BSU Tesch-Era record and a mark that sat 12th in the nation. The 2009 squad finished second in the NSIC and seventh in the nation in rush defense, allowing 81 yards per game. The defense held its opponent under 70 yards four times, including a shut-down performance against MSU Moorhead that saw the Dragons go backwards on the ground with -11 yards rushing. BSU was also ranked 14th in the nation in total defense, allowing 277 yards per contest. Six BSU defenders earned All-NSIC honors in 2009, giving BSU a total of 59 All-NSIC picks on defense under Jahner. Fourty-four of those picks have come in the last eight years. The Beavers paced the NSIC in 2005 piling up 13 fumble recoveries and finished third in the league with 27 total takeaways while the crew limited two opponents to less than 200 yards of total offense. In 2004, Jahner’s Gang Green defense assembled its best season, statistically, in nearly 20 years. BSU finished second in the NSIC, allowing just 22.0 points per game -- the lowest by a BSU defense since 1986. BSU also led the NSIC in takeaways with 32, and in league games only led the conference in scoring defense (18.4), takeaways (21) and turnover margin (+1.14). The Beavers closed the 2004 season with back-to-back shutouts, blanking MSU-Moorhead and Wayne State to record the program’s first consecutive shutouts since 1985. In 2003, the Beavers finished third in the NSIC (all games) in total defense and scoring defense, placing five defenders on the All-NSIC squad. The 2002 Beaver defense led the NSIC (league games only) in both passing defense (165.4 yards per game) and pass efficiency defense (108.1). The squad held Wayne State to just 147 total yards in a 38-2 victory, and shut out Southwest State, 37-0. In 2001, LB Pat Engleright and DE Wallie Kuchinski earned First-Team All-NSIC honors to mark the first time since 1998 two BSU defenders were named to the first team. BSU’s defense was particularly fierce down the stretch in 2001, recording 38 tackles-for-loss and 13 sacks in the final four games while holding opponents to 17.5 points per game - seven points per game under its season average. Six of BSU’s 12 interceptions came in its final four games. Jahner’s defense opened the 2000 campaign with a 25-0 win over Minot State, marking the first shutout pitched by the BSU defenders since a 51-0 win over Mt. Senario (Wis.) in 1986. The Beavers then posted a second shutout in their recordshattering 70-0 win over UM-Morris, marking the first time the BSU defense had posted two shutouts in the same season since ‘85, when it posted three. It also marked BSU’s first shutout of a conference foe since ‘85, when it shut out Southwest St., 32-0. Jahner’s attack defense recorded 44 sacks in 1998, while the 1996 Beaver defense ranked nationally in turnovers, forcing 20 fumbles and 14 interceptions while scoring four defensive touchdowns. A member of the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA), Jahner brings 16 years experience as a specialist in molding defensive units at the collegiate level. He was selected to coach in the 1996 National Collegiate All-Star Game in Louisville, Ky. and in 2008, he was honored by being nominated for the AFCA National Assistant Coach of the Year award. In addition to his coaching duties at Bemidji State Jahner has been active in coaching clinics and football camps around the region. He has presented at the American Football Monthly (AFM University) Clinic, the Nike Coach of the Year Clinic and the Minnesota Football Coaches Association Clinic while he has been involved in the University of Minnesota Football Coaching Clinic, the University of Nebraska Camp in and the North Dakota State University Football Camp in the last four years. Jahner has also been active in the All Pro Dad program founding a chapter in the Bemidji area. Prior to his appointment at Bemidji State, Jahner coached the linebackers and defensive backs at Lindenwood (Mo.) following a stint as the defensive coordinator for Valley City (N.D.) State. His first college coaching assignment came in 1990 when he worked with the defensive line at Central Missouri State. Jahner, his wife Sheri and daughter Maris reside in Bemidji. His son Trace is a sophomore at Minot State University and is a member of the MSU football team.

At-a-Glance

Coaching Profile

Born

Jan. 4, 1965

...as an assistant coach

Birthplace

Regent, N.D.

Year

School

Position

High School

New England St. Mary’s (N.D.)

1987

Surrey H.S.

Def. Coordinator

College

Minot (N.D.) State ‘86 B.S., math-computer science Central Missouri State ‘92 M.S., physical education-exercise science

Family

wife Sheri son Trace(19); daughter Maris (16)

2008

• CB Terrell Phelps earns All-NSIC First Team nod en route to being tabbed allregion by Daktronics and Don Hansen. • Phelps totals 19 passes defended (5 INT) to break BSU single-seaosn record and top NSIC charts. • LB Jake Anderson and DE Rob Wills earn Second-Team All-NSIC laurels; LBs Andrew Eagan and Luke Knutson and DB Jason Kunz placed on HM team.

2007

• Led NSIC in rushing yards allowed (71.7). • Held opponents to a meager 17.2 points per game--besting a Tesch era record (2006). • Was second in the NSIC in redzone defense allowing opponents to score just over 60 percent of the time. • DT Zach Stafford was named NSIC Defensive Player of the Year. • Seth Iverson, Zach Christ and Stafford were named First-team All-NSIC while Terrell Phelps and Jeremiah Johnson earned a second-team nods and Robert Molstad was a HM pick.

2006

• Led nation in rushing yards allowed (51.9). • Ranked 10th in total defense (250.8). • Held seven opponents to fewer than 25 yards rushing. • Led the NSIC in sacks (3.33/gm). • DE Robert Molstad led a crew of five BSU defenders selected Second-Team All-NSIC, which included: LBs Zach Christ and Matt Heber, CB Willy Plancher and S Jeremiah Johnson. Zach Stafford earned first-team honors while LB Ben Barrato was an HM pick.

2005

1988-89 Washburn H.S.

Def. Coordinator

1990-92 Central Missouri St.

Defensive Line

1992-93 Valley City State

Def. Coordinator

1994-95 Lindenwood (Mo.)

LB / Secondary

1996-p

Def. Coordinator

Bemidji State

• LB Jake Anderson earned All-America status from Daktronics (2nd team) and Don Hansen’s Football Gazette (3rd team) to become BSU’s 19th All-America selection. • Anderson led the NSIC in sacks (10.5), guiding the BSU defensive unit that finished 14th in the nation in total defense. • Anderson and CB Tiger Ellison earned All-NSIC First Team laurels and Ellison was on the Don Hansen’s Football Gazette AllSuper Region Three Third Team. • Finished 7th in the nation in rushing defense (81.18 yds/g). • DE Jordan Lardinois and DT Brian Wick were also honored as All-NSIC First Team; LB Andrew Eagan was named to the second team and S Brody Scheff was placed on HM team.

2010

• Tied for NSIC lead with 13 fumble recoveries; 3rd in the league with 27 takeaways. • Held Minnesota State to 182 total yards. • Held MSU-Moorhead to 197 total yards. • DE James Midboe named NSIC PreSeason Defensive Player of the Year, later named First-Team All-NSIC.

2004

• Second in NSIC in scoring defense

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BSU Defense (22.0); lowest scoring average allowed by a BSU defense since 1986 (16.6); seventh consecutive season allowing less than 25 points per game. • Led NSIC with 32 takeaways. • Led NSIC (league games only) in takeaways (21) and turnover margin (+1.14). • Second in NSIC (league games only) in rush defense (139.4) and pass efficiency defense (101.8). • Set school record with 2 fumble-return TDs. • Finished the season with back-to-back shutouts vs Minn.-Crookston & Wayne St. • CB Torry Joubert named First-Team All-NSIC; DT Gabe Rodriquez, LB Mitch Feierabend named Second-Team; S Jeremiah Johnson named HM.

2003

• Third in NSIC in total defense (338.2). • Third in NSIC in scoring defense (24.6). • Forced 7 turnovers in win at Northern St. • Defense went 7 consecutive quarters without allowing a TD; snapped in Chadron State game. • S Marty Humeniuk named First-Team AllNSIC; LB Jon Aamot, DE Ben Jacobson, DE Adam Couglin named Second-Team; S Kurtis Woodard honorable mention. • Humeniuk leads NSIC in tackles (10.8), Torry Joubert ties for league lead in interceptions (0.45).

2002

• Led NSIC (league games only) in pass defense (165.4 ypg) and passer rating against (108.1). • LB Jon Aamot and S Marty Humeniuk named Second-Team All-NSIC; three defenders named HM All-NSIC. • Shut out SW Minn. State (W, 37-0) and allowed no points to Wayne State (W, 38-2). • Held Wayne State to just 147 yards of offense.

2001

• LB Pat Engleright, DE Wallie Kuchinski named First-Team All-NSIC • Allowed just 13 points, recorded 23 tackles for loss and 10 sacks in season’s final two games. • Two games with seven or more sacks - 7.5 sacks at Northern State, 7 sacks vs UM-Crookston.

2000

• Defeated Minot State, 25-0, for defense’s first shutout since 1986. Recorded a second shutout, 70-0 over UM-Morris, to mark first time since 1985 BSU had recorded two or more shutouts in the same season. • Allowed 20 or fewer points in six of 11 games, most since doing so in seven games in 1986. • LB Pat Engleright and DE Wes Ehlers named Honorable Mention All-NSIC.

Brent Bolte I Co-Defensive Coordinator u Co-Defensive Coordinator u Cornell College (Iowa) ‘98 u 11th season at Bemidji State Brent Bolte enters his 11th season on the Bemidji State coaching staff and his eighth as a full-time assistant coach. Bolte spent the 2002 season as an adjunct coach overseeing linebackers, and the previous two seasons was in charge of BSU’s receiving corps. Bolte received his promotion to full-time assistant coach in August, 2003 and was named Co-Defensive Coordinator in 2005. Since being named Co-Defensive Coordinator, the Beavers have proven they are one of the best in the nation, finishing in the top seven in the NCAA rankings in rush defense three times, including leading the country in 2006. The 2009 edition was ranked 14th in the nation in total defense (277 yds allowed/g), while the 2006 squad was ranked 16th in the same category. During his eight years as linebacker coach, Bolte developed a First- or Second-Team All-NSIC selection each year. He upped the anti in 2009 when when Jake Anderson earned First-Team All-NSIC accolades, followed by first-team all-region honors that led to a spot on two different All-America teams (Daktronics and Don Hansen’s Football Gazette). The heart and soul Bolte of the BSU defensive unit for the past two seasons, Anderson paced the team in tackles for loss and sacks, leading the NSIC in sacks in 2009. Anderson is just the most recent example of the type of player Bolte has consistently turned out. He’s also helped mold the careers of players like Zach Christ, a 2006 and 2007 All-NSIC pick who finished his career ranked eighth on the BSU assisted tackles list with 168 while piling up 241 career stops and Jon Aamot, who was named Second-Team All-NSIC in 2003. He finished as BSU’s career leader in solo tackles (157) and finished second in total tackles (362). In 2002, Bolte helped continue BSU’s tradition of strong play at the linebacker position. Aamot finished second in the NSIC in tackles per game and became BSU’s most-decorated player in 2002. He was named Second-Team All-NSIC, Second-Team All-Region by Daktronics, Inc. and Third-Team All-Region by Don Hansen’s Gazette. His 115 total tackles and 52 solo tackles were among the 10-best single-season efforts on record at BSU. Bolte spent the 2000 and 2001 seasons as BSU’s wide receivers coach, where he helped develop one of the NSIC’s best receiving corps. He coached a First-Team All-NSIC pick during both of his seasons at the position; Jason Leden in 2000 and Ryan Welle in 2001. Under Bolte’s tutelage, Leden left BSU as the program’s career leader in catches, receiving yards and receiving touchdowns (records since tied or broken), and in 2001 Welle set a school single-season record for receiving yardage. Before joining the BSU staff, Bolte spent 1999 coaching wide receivers and quarterbacks at Loras College in Dubuque, Iowa. Bolte started and lettered four years as a linebacker at Cornell College in Mt. Vernon, Iowa. He helped the program capture the 1995 Midwest Athletics Conference championship and the 1996 Southern Division crown. He received All-MAC honors and left as the school’s career leader in tackles (since broken). He graduated in 1998 with a double major in psychology and physical education. Bolte and his wife Kim have a son, Caden and daughter, Beth. They reside in Bemidji.

BSU Position Players Under Bolte...

2009 / Linebackers - Jake Anderson leads team in TFL (15.0) and led the NSIC in sacks (10.5). He was first-team all-conference, first-team all-region and second and third-team All-America. Andrew Eagan was named Second-Team All-NSIC. 2008 / Linebackers - Jake Anderson leads team in tackles (70), TFL (11.5), sacks (4.5) and INTs (3). Anderson along with Luke Knutson and Andrew Eagan named All-NSIC. 2007 / Linebackers - Zach Christ finishes second on the team with 78 tackles and earns an First-Team All-NSIC nod. 2006 / Linebackers - Zach Christ and Matt Heber named Second-Team All-NSIC...Christ led the Beavers with 85 total tackles and ranked third on the team with 6.0 sacks...Heber tied for second in the NSIC with four interceptions, equalled a BSU singleseason record returning two interceptions for touchdowns and recorded 50 tackles with 13 coming for a loss. 2004 / Linebackers - Mitch Feierabend named Second-Team All-NSIC, finishes third on team with 61 tackles, fourth with 6.5 tackles-for-loss... Ben Barrato finishes second on team with 84 tackles (23 solo) in first season as a starter. 2003 / Linebackers - Jon Aamot named Second-Team All-NSIC, finishes career as BSU’s all-time leader in solo tackles (157), second on the career tackles chart (362) and sixth in career tackles-for-loss (27.5)... Junior Mitch Feierabend emerges as an every-down linebacker, finishing third on team with 67 tackles and fifth on team with 7.5 tackles-for-loss.

1999

• DE Jay Hanson, LB Terrance Wilcox, DB Rob Sutera named Second-Team All-NSIC; DB Ryan Fritts named Honorable Mention.

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At-a-Glance

Coaching Profile

Born

July 7, 1977

...as an assistant coach

Birthplace

Waterloo, Iowa

Year

School

High School

Tripoli (Iowa) HS

1999

Loras College

WR / QB

College

Cornell College ‘98 B.S. psychology/physical education

2000-p

Bemidji State

WR / LB / Asst DC

Family

wife Kim son Caden; daughter Beth

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Gordon Haug II I Assistant Coach u Running Backs u Bemidji State 2009 u Fourth season at Bemidji State Gordie Haug begins his fourth season as a part of the BSU coaching staff and his second as a graduate assistant coach. After working two seasons as a student assistant for linebackers, his primary responsibility as graduate assistant is overseeing the Beavers’ running backs and assist in strength and conditioning. In his first season as running back coach, Haug guided freshman Dustin Kroeplin to the top-half of the conference in rushing and a spot on the honorable mention all-conference squad. The hard-nosed back led the team in rushing yards per game (86.5) and rushing touchdowns (10). .Haug began his association with the Bemidji State football program in the fall of 2005 as a student-athlete. After two seasons as a linebacker, he hung up his cleats and made a move to the sidelines as a student-assistant coach. Since 2007, he’s been involved with coaching on defense, special teams and recruiting. .In addition to his role on the BSU football coaching staff, Haug has been an advocate for healthy living both within the campus community and in the surrounding area. He served as the Chapter Coordinator for the NCAA CHOICES Program at BSU during the 2008-09 academic year and has been a Diabetes Educator at the Leech Lake Diabetes Center. Haug, a Crookston, Minn. native, is a 2005 graduate of Crookston High School.

2009

The Haug File

Born: .................................. Jan. 10, 1987 Birthplace: ........................... Denver, Colo. High School: . ....... Crookston High School College: Bemidji State 2009 B.S. community health/exercise science

Coaching History 2007 2008 2009 2010

Bemidji State.........................LB Bemidji State.........................LB Bemidji State........................ RB Bemidji State........................ RB

2008

• BSU offense finished season second to only 2008 NCAA Division II champion Minnesota Duluth in pass efficiency at 133.2 (224-359-8. • Its eight INTs was fewest in NSIC. • Averaging 224.5 passing yards per game, BSU ranked fifth in the NSIC. • George Kadlec’s 14 TD receptions led league. • QB Derek Edholm and OL Nathan Mahlik earn Second-Team All-NSIC nods, while WRs George Kadlec and Andrew Schultz are named HM.

2007

Karson Pike I Assistant Coach u Cornerbacks u St. Cloud State 2010 u First season at Bemidji State Karson Pike joins the Bemidji State coaching staff as a first year graduate assistant, primarily working with the cornerbacks. Pike arrives at BSU after spending the last three seasons on the Central Lakes College (Brainerd, Minn.) staff, coaching the quarterbacks and wide receivers. During his tenure at CLC he helped lead the squad to the state championship title, a Graphic Edge Bowl berth and two championship game appearances, posting an overall record of 24-9. CLC also boasted the league’s top passing attack behind the two-time All-America Mike Beehler (2007 and 2008). Prior to coaching at CLC, Pike was the starting quarterback for the Raiders, guiding them to the first winning season in seven years. A 2010 graduate of St. Cloud State University, Pike earned a bachelors degree in health and physical education. Pike, originally from Golden, Colo, was a letter winner in football and basketball for the Demons at Golden High School.

• QB Derek Edholm was named to the All-NISC First Team, posting a 160.61 passing efficiency mark that ranked first in the conference, eighth in the nation and sits second on BSU’s single season chart. • Led the conference in time of possession (33:48 min/g) and third down conversions (50%). • C Cory Immerman, OT Davis Mickelson and WR Andrew Schultz were named Second-Team All-NSIC; RB Dustin Kroeplin and TE Brian Leonhardt were placed on the HM squad.

The Pike File

Born: ............................... March 22, 1986 Birthplace: ........................... Denver, Colo. High School: . ....... Golden High School College: St. Cloud State ‘10 B.S. health and physical education

Coaching History 2007 2008 2009 2010

Central Lakes College... QB/WR Central Lakes College... QB/WR Central Lakes College... QB/WR Bemidji State........................ DB

• BSU’s 32.4 points per game ranks it second in the NSIC in scoring. • The Beavers’ red zone offense delivered on 36 of 43 trips (83.7%). • Cory Wardrope leads the NSIC in passing efficiency (143.9). • Anthony Schreiber becomes BSU’s leader in career receptions (196) and yardage (2,677). • Justin Guy, John Keaveny earn Firstteam All-NSIC nods while Chase Pearson is selected Second-Team All-NSIC.

2006

• BSU offense led NSIC scoring 29.1 points per outing. • Despite starting just six contests--posting a 5-1 record--QB Cory Wardrope’s 11 TD passes ties him for 12th on BSU’s single-season list and he finished in the top-15 at the school in completions (96) and yardage (1,187). • RBs Eurise Watson (723) and James Moore (491) each finished among the NSIC’s top ten ground-gainers. • BSU has six offensive players picked to the all-conference team. OL Justin Guy and John Keavney led the way as each went on to earn all-region accolades.

2005

• Tied school record with five games scoring 40 or more points. • Set team single-season records for pass attempts (323), passing yards per game (268.0) and receptions per game (18.70); tied school record with 27 TD passes. • School-record eighth consecutive season with 2,000 or more yards passing and

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BSU Offense 5,000 all-purpose yards. • Seventh consecutive season with 20 or more passing touchdowns, 60 or more touchdowns responsible for, 40 or more touchdowns scored and 300 or more points scored. • QB Nathan Sannes set BSU season marks for pass attempts (320), completions (186), touchdowns (27), passing yards per game (264.3), total offense (2,869), and total offense per game (286.9), while tying the school record with 30 touchdowns responsible for. • Sannes set BSU career records for completions (368), consecutive games with a touchdown pass (21) and total offense (5,782) and tied the school record with 51 passing TDs. • BSU running backs Alvaro Carvajal (2nd) and Tyler Olson (HM) named All-NSIC.

2004

• School-record five games scoring 40+ points. • Set school records in rushing yards (2,519), rushing TDss (33), points scored (442) and plays from scrimmage (802). • School-record seventh consecutive season with 40 or more TDs scored (58) and 20 or more passing TDs (22). • School-record sixth consecutive campaign with 2,000 or more yards passing (2,367). • RB Tyler Olson sets BSU freshman records for rushing touchdowns (16) and scoring (98). • WR Michael Nordyke ties school record with 10 receiving touchdowns, earns AllNSIC honors at three different positions.

2003

• BSU sets team single-season record with 322 passing attempts and posts secondhighest team single-season completion total (176). • RB Eddie Acosta finished his career as the 10th-leading rusher in NCAA Division II history with 5,766 yards. Acosta sets school season record with 297 rushing attempts.

2002

• School-record fourth consecutive season with 300+ points scored, 1,800+ rushing yards, 20+ passing TDs and 4,000+ yards of offense. • 28-21 win over Northern State capped a school-record streak of 12 consecutive games with 20 or more points scored.

2001

• Set school single-season records in 22 offensive categories including rushing yards (2,257), rushing TDs (30), passing yards (2,864), passing TDs (27), total offense (5,181) and points scored (415). • RB Eddie Acosta named NSIC Offensive MVP, earns three All-Region and All-America honors as NSIC’s most-decorated player.

2000

• BSU offense ranks 18th nationally (416.7 yds/gm).

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Eric Medberry I Assistant Coach The Medberry File

Born: .................................. Oct. 15, 1977 Birthplace: .....................West Union, Iowa High School: . .......West Central (Maynard) College: Cornell (Iowa) 2000 B.S. English/secondary education Bemidji State 2007 M.S. sports studies

Coaching History 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Bemidji State........................ RB Bemidji State........................ RB Colorado College....................S Bemidji State........................QB Bemidji State..................OC/QB Bemidji State..................OC/QB Bemidji State..................OC/QB Bemidji State..................OC/QB

u Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks u Cornell College (Iowa) 2000 u Seventh season at Bemidji State Eric Medberry begins his seventh season and second stint at BSU. Medberry, a graduate assistant coach from 2003-2004, returned to Jeff Tesch’s staff in 2006 after spending one year at Colorado College. Medberry, who coaches the Beavers’ quarterbacks and has a voice when it comes to BSU’s play calling, spent the 2003 and 2004 seasons at Bemidji State mentoring the program’s running backs. At Colorado College, Medberry oversaw the Tiger safeties and was special-teams coordinator. As a player, Medberry was a two-year letterwinner at defensive back for Cornell (Iowa) and was special teams captain in 1998. An accomplished high school assistant coach before jumping into the collegiate ranks in 2003, Medberry helped direct Thomas Jefferson High in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, to a conference title and a perfect 9-0 record in 2000 as offensive line and defensive backs coach. He also helped Lisbon (Iowa) High to a state quarterfinal appearance in 2002.

BSU Position Players Under Medberry

2009 / Quarterbacks - Derek Edholm was named to the All-NSIC First Team, posting a 160.61 passing efficiency mark that ranked first in the conference, eighth in the nation and sits second on BSU’s single season chart. He added 33 touchdowns (25 in the air and eight on the ground). 2008 / Quarterbacks - Derek Edholm, in his first season as a starter, set school mark for completions in a season (193), while leading the NSIC and posting the Beavers’ best completion percentage of all-time at 65.2 (193-296). Edholm finished the season with 2,136 passing yards to slide into seventh on the BSU single-season passing yardage list, while his 17 TD passes was good for ninth. 2006 / Quarterbacks - Cory Wardrope steps under center for the opening snap after six games and leads BSU on a five-game winning streak. He finished the season with 1,187 yards on 96 of 153 while throwing 11 touchdowns and just three interceptions. Completing nearly 68 percent of his passes, he led the NSIC in pass efficiency (162.7). 2004 / Running Backs - Tyler Olson set BSU freshman records for rushing yardage (1,234), rushing touchdowns (15), total touchdowns (16) and points scored (98). 2003 / Running Backs - Senior Eddie Acosta sets school single-season record with 297 rushing attempts, named HonorableMention All-NSIC... Finished his career as the 10th-leading rusher in NCAA history with 5,766 yards and remains BSU’s all-time leader in 12 offensive categories.

Neil Linhart I Assistant Coach u Wide Receivers u Millikin University (Ill.) 2007 u Second season at Bemidji State

The Linhart File

Born: .................................... Jan. 4, 1985 Birthplace: .............................. Mokena, Ill. High School: . .................Lincoln Way East College: Millikin University ‘07 B.S. exercise science with sports management emphasis

Neil Linhart begins his second season on the Bemidji State coaching staff with the primary responsibility to oversee the wide receivers. In his first season, Linhart guided SecondTeam All-NSIC pick Andrew Schultz, who led the squad in receiving yards with 258, while adding four touchdowns. Coaching History Linhart came to BSU after a two-year Eureka College (Ill.).............. WR stint on the Eureka College (Ill.) coaching staff. He began his time 2007 2008 Eureka College (Ill.).....Off. Cord. at Eureka as wide receiver coach in 2007 before being promoted to Bemidji State....................... WR the offensive coordinator post in 2008. Under Linhart’s direction, 2009 Bemidji State....................... WR Eureka climbed to 23rd nationally in rushing yards per game, while 2010 it occupied the 48th spot in total yards per contest and set a school record for points per game. A four-year letter winner at wide receiver, Linhart graduated from Millikin University in the spring of 2007 with a Bachelor of Science degree in exercise science with a sports management emphasis. A native of Frankfort, Ill., he was a football and baseball letterwinner at Lincoln-Way East High School.

2010


Bemidji State Football Ken Traxler I Assistant Coach u Offensive Line u Minnesota Morris 1989 u 13th season at Bemidji State

Dr. Ken Traxler is in his 13th year on the BSU coaching staff, and his eighth as an assistant coach after spending the previous three campaigns as a volunteer assistant. Traxler helped BSU produce an AllConference performer at defensive tackle from 2002-2005. Then when taking over coaching duties for the linebackers, guided two second-team performers in 2006, into first-team players in 2007. Now in his third season overseeing the offensive linemen, Traxler has coached three players to all-conference status. In 2009, the Beavers had three different players contribute to eight 100plus yard games, while the O-line protected a first team allconference quarterback. .Traxler brings a 14-year coaching resume to the Bemidji staff, including stints as a defensive coach at the University of Minnesota, Morris and at Gustavus Adolphus College. .Traxler played linebacker at the University of Minnesota Morris, where he received his bachelor’s degree in chemistry in 1989. He earned a doctorate in chemistry from the University of Denver in 1994. .In addition to his coaching duties, Traxler is a professor and chair in the BSU Department of Chemistry, which he joined in 1997.

Training Staff

The Traxler File

Born: ...................................July 31, 1966 Birthplace: ........................LeCenter, Minn. High School: . .............................LeCenter College: Minnesota Morris 1989 B.A. chemistry Denver 1994 PhD chemistry

Corinne Dauksavage

Coaching History 1988 1989 1994 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Minnesota Morris.......... DL / LB Minnesota Morris.......... DL / LB Gustavus Adolphus...............DL Bemidji State.................DL / DT Bemidji State.................DL / DT Bemidji State.................DL / DT Bemidji State.........................DT Bemidji State.........................DT Bemidji State.........................DT Bemidji State.........................DT Bemidji State.........................DT Bemidji State.........................LB Bemidji State.........................LB Bemidji State........................ OL Bemidji State........................ OL Bemidji State........................ OL

Adrian Dunn I Assistant Coach u Defensive Line u Bemidji State 2009 u Second season at Bemidji State

Bekah Hessinger

Kassi Nordmeyer

The Dunn File

Born: ...................................Sept. 4, 1986 Birthplace: .................... Healdsburg, Calif. High School: . ..... Healdsburg High School College: Bemidji State 2009 B.S. physical education/coaching

A familiar face to the BSU football program, Adrian Dunn joined the coaching staff for the 2009 season after anchoring the defensive line from 2006-2007. As a graduate assistant coach, Dunn works primarily with the Beavers’ Coaching History defensive line. 2009 Bemidji State.........................DL In his first season on the coaching side, 2010 Bemidji State.........................DL Dunn guided two First-Team All-NSIC players in Jordan Lardinois and Bryan Wick. With 12.5 tackles for a loss, Lardinois ranked second on the team and tied for third in the NSIC. After the strong senior season, Wick continued his playing career to the professional ranks with the Green Bay Blizzard of the Indoor Football League (IFL). Before joining the staff, Dunn taught at the Bemidji Middle School and coached the varsity and junior varsity boy’s basketball teams. An outstanding student-athlete, Dunn transferred to Bemidji State after a junior college career at Mendocino Junior College where he was a two-time All-Bay Valley selection and earned All-State Northern Region California accolades. On the Beavers’ defensive line, Dunn piled up 42 tackles, 8.5 tackles for loss and 3.0 quarterback sacks in two years, while helping BSU to its first NSIC title in 40 years and Mineral Water Bowl appearance in 2006. Dunn graduated from Bemidji State University in 2009 with a degree in physical education health and sport. A native of Healdsburg, Calif., Dunn graduated from Healdsburg High School in 2004, where he was a standout in both football and basketball.

2010

Video Coordinators

Cory Knapp

Shaun Howard

Faculty Representative

Doug Leif

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2010 Numerical Roster No Name Pos Exp 1 Jasmine Watkins S Sr-TR 2 Lance Rongstad QB So-1L 3 Brandon Miles RB Jr-2L 4 Adam Berg WR Sr-3L 4a Chais Wakefield K/P Fr-HS 5 Dusty Sluzewicz S Jr-2L 6 Sid Johnson CB Sr-3L 7 Justin Lee WR So-1L 8 Derek Edholm QB Sr-3L 9 Andrew Schultz WR Sr-3L 10 Jody Henningson WR Jr-2L 11 Cameron Abram WR Jr-2L 12 Christian Metz WR So-1L 12a Sam King QB Fr-HS 13 Alex Lepp WR Fr-HS 14 Beau Wakefield WR So-1L 15 Luke Knutson OLB Jr-2L 16 Larry Miller QB Fr-RS 17 Jake Schmidt S Jr-2L 18 Alex Hass QB Fr-RS 19 Dan Christensen OLB So-1L 20 Blake Sczepanski LB Jr-1L 21 Charles Hrdlicka CB So-1L 22 Averey Duncan WR Fr-RS 23 Pat Cotter DB Fr-HS 23a Tyler Jones RB Fr-HS 24 Anthony Hermes WR Fr-RS 24a Todd Kallroos DB Fr-HS 25 Brad Hemling RB So-1L 25a Marcus Miranda RB Fr-HS 26 Anthony Ragsdale S Sr-1L 26a Scott Christensen DB Fr-HS 27 Aaron Roland S Sr-3L 28 Steven Battle RB Sr-TR 28a Jared Flaata RB Fr-HS 29 Chris Bellinger CB Fr-RS 30 Brent Kondziolka RB Fr-RS 31 Nate Solors RB Jr-2L 32 Brody Scheff S Jr-2L 33 Jake Kelly S So-1L 33a Zach Tidd WR Fr-HS 34 George Percak-Dennet LB Jr-2L 34a Luke Gerding DB Fr-HS 35 Alex Mock LB Jr-2L 37 Zach Pulkinen K Fr-HS 37a Sean Franks TE Fr-HS 38 Troy Dale TE So-1L 39 Jesse Sundby K/P Jr-2L 41 Isaac Carlson S Fr-RS 42 Jason Bromm LB So-1L 42a Shain Powers DB Fr-HS 43 Dustin Kroeplin RB So-1L 44 Evan Olson LB Fr-HS 45 Cory Crosby ILB So-1L 46 Andrew Eagan ILB Sr-3L

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2010 Alphabetical Roster No. 67 11 51 73 52 79 28 29 4 96 78 42 58 41 19 26a 62 23 45 38 63 61 22 46 8 74 28a 37a 80 34a 18 25 10 24 86 21 48a 65 83 6 23a 24a 33 72 99 12a 15 30 43 93 97 7 88 13 53 57 50 12

NAME Tyler Abrahamson Cameron Abram David Ackerman Jordan Anderson Kyle Asmus Aaron Bartholomew Steven Battle Chris Bellinger Adam Berg Josh Beste Alex Boelter Jason Bromm BJ Bueckers Isaac Carlson Dan Christensen Scott Christensen Matt Coen-Tuff Pat Cotter Cory Crosby Troy Dale Brett DeLange Dustin Dowd Averey Duncan Andrew Eagan Derek Edholm Jared Erickson Jared Flaata Sean Franks Matt Gandrud Luke Gerding Alex Hass Brad Hemling Jody Henningson Anthony Hermes Charles Hermes Charles Hrdlicka Joe Hurlbut Cory Immerman Mike Jensen Sid Johnson Tyler Jones Todd Kallroos Jake Kelly Kevin Kepler Dan Kiebler Sam King Luke Knutson Brent Kondziolka Dustin Kroeplin Jordan Lardinois Garrett Lee Justin Lee Brian Leonhardt Alex Lepp Alexander Lutton Nick Mesarie Alonzo Melton Christian Metz

2010

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

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

WT 307 198 196 313 213 268 226 186 193 275 352 214 235 200 223 181 278 172 234 251 300 303 200 222 201 263 181 203 208 164 187 206 197 198 194 179 235 285 217 170 174 170 194 212 246 182 206 219 218 253 248 197 255 150 311 277 297 182

YR/ELIG Fr-RS Jr-2L Fr-HS Jr-2L Fr-HS Fr-HS Sr-TR Fr-RS Sr-3L Jr-2L Fr-HS So-1L Fr-HS Fr-RS So-1L Fr-HS Fr-HS Fr-HS So-1L So-1L So-1L Fr-HS Fr-RS Sr-3L Sr-3L Fr-RS Fr-HS Fr-HS So-1L Fr-HS Fr-RS So-1L Jr-2L Fr-RS Fr-RS So-1L Fr-HS Jr-2L Fr-HS Sr-3L Fr-HS Fr-HS So-1L Fr-HS Fr-HS Fr-HS Jr-2L Fr-RS So-1L Sr-3L So-1L So-1L So-1L Fr-HS Fr-RS Jr-TR So-1L So-1L

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Bemidji State Football 2010 Alphabetical Roster No. 68 3 16 25a 35 81 55 77 60 64 49 44 66 71 94 34 84 76 69 89 42a 37 26 82 54 27 2 32 17 9 20 95 5 31 39 85 98 33a 56 14 4a 1 59 90 47 48 92

NAME Davis Mickelson Brandon Miles Larry Miller Marcus Miranda Alex Mock Dennis Natke Bryce Nelson Papapa Nicholas-Silvira Aaron Odland Jordan Oien Ryan Olds Evan Olson Steve Pappas Chris Parrish Wayne Paulus George Percak-Dennett Blayze Peterson Dylan Peterson Wakely Pister James Plain Shain Powers Zach Pulkinen Anthony Ragsdale J.J. Reinke Jared Roelofs Aaron Roland Lance Rongstad Brody Scheff Jake Schmidt Andrew Schultz Blake Sczepanski Matthew Shaver Dusty Sluzewicz Nate Solors Jesse Sundby Myles Swenson Bryan Syrstad Zach Tidd Matt Volkman Beau Wakefield Chais Wakefield Jasmine Watkins Ryan Wiener Rob Wills Buckley Wright Gary Young Jake Zimmerman

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

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

WT 290 195 182 209 213 170 278 323 318 312 221 210 299 338 251 238 189 329 207 191 184 184 184 220 229 190 205 209 193 198 230 293 221 228 219 197 257 175 274 173 150 210 247 262 220 242 277

YR/ELIG Jr-2L Jr-2L Fr-RS Fr-HS Jr-2L Fr-HS Fr-RS So-1L Fr-HS Fr-RS Fr-RS Fr-HS Jr-2L Sr-3L Fr-HS Jr-2L Fr-RS Fr-HS Fr-HS Fr-RS Fr-HS Fr-HS Sr-1L Fr-HS Fr-HS Sr-3L So.-1L Jr-2L Jr-2L Sr-3L Jr-1L Fr-RS Jr-2L Jr-2L Jr-2L Fr-RS So-1L Fr-HS Fr-HS So-1L Fr-HS Sr-TR Fr-TR Sr-3L Fr-RS Fr-RS So-1L

HOMETOWN (PREVIOUS SCHOOL) Elbow Lake, Minn. (Ashby HS) Kenai, Alaska (Kenai HS) Dallas, Texas (Duncanville HS) Aurora, Minn. (Mesabi East HS) Williston, N.D. (Williston HS) North Branch, Mich. (North Branch HS) Inver Grove Heights, Minn. (Simley HS) Kenai, Alaska (Oregon State) Roseville, Minn. (Concordia Academy) Clearbrook, Minn. (Clearbrook-Gonvick HS) Hibbing, Minn. (Hibbing HS) Bemidji, Minn. (Bemidji HS) Appleton, Wis. (Appleton East HS) Grand Forks, N.D. (Central HS) Belgium, Wis. (Cedar Grove-Belgium HS) Wasilla, Alaska (Wasilla HS) Owatonna, Minn. (Owatonna HS) Hillman, Minn. (Pierz HS) Velva, N.D. (Velva HS) Wyoming, Minn. (Forest Lake HS) Grand Rapids, Minn. (Grand Rapids HS) Caldwell, Idaho Bremerton, Wash. (Chabot (Calif.) College) New Prague, Minn. (New Prague HS) Glyndon, Minn. Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton HS) Wahpeton, N.D. (Wahpeton HS) Eleva, Wis. (Eleva-Strum Central HS) Waconia, Minn. (Waconia HS) Frederic, Wis. (Frederic HS) Grand Forks, N.D. (Central HS) Stephen, Minn. (North Dakota State) St. Cloud, Minn. (Apollo HS) Homer Glen, Ill. (Lockport HS) Elk River, Minn. (Elk River HS) Argyle, Minn. (Stephen-Argyle Central HS) Milaca, Minn. (Milaca HS) Thompson, N.D. (Thompson HS) Verona, Wis. (Verona HS) Waupaca, Wis. (Waupaca HS) Buttemut, Wis. (Park Falls HS) Butternut, Wis. (Park Falls HS) Louisville, Ky. Bowlus, Minn. Roseville, Minn. (Roseville Area HS) Sioux City, Iowa (Bishop Heelan Catholic HS) Crete, Ill. (Crete-Monee HS) Bruce, Wis. (Bruce HS)

Pronunciation Guide Josh BESTE BJ BUECKERS Jared FLAATA Matt GANDRUD Anthony Hermes Charles HERMES Charles HRDLICKA

BEST-ee beckers flat-AH GAND-rude HURMS HURMS Herd-LICH-ka

Todd KALLROOS Luke KNUTSON Brent KONDZIOLKA Jordan LARDINOIS Brian LEONHARDT Jordan OIEN

kal-roos kah-NOOT-son kond-z-oh-ka LAR-din-oy lee-ON-hart OH-in

Steve PAPPAS George Percak-DennetT

Wakely PISTER Jared Roelofs Blake Sczepanski Dusty SLUZEWICZ

POP-us PUR-sak DEN-it PEA-ster ROLL-offs SHA-pan-ski SLOOZ-which

2010

2010 NumericaL Roster 47 Buckley Wright 48 Gary Young 48a Joe Hurlbut 49 Ryan Olds 50 Alonzo Melton 51 David Ackerman 52 Kyle Asmus 53 Alexander Lutton 54 Jared Roelofs 55 Bryce Nelson 56 Matt Volkman 57 Nick Mesarie 58 BJ Bueckers 59 Ryan Wiener 60 Aaron Odland 61 Dustin Dowd 62 Matt Coen-Tuff 63 Brett DeLange 64 Jordan Oien 65 Cory Immerman 66 Steve Pappas 67 Tyler Abrahamson 68 Davis Mickelson 69 Wakely Pister 71 Chris Parrish 72 Kevin Kepler 73 Jordan Anderson 74 Jared Erickson 76 Dylan Peterson 77 Papapa Nicholas-Silvira 78 Alex Boelter 79 Aaron Bartholomew 80 Matt Gandrud 81 Dennis Natke 82 J.J. Reinke 83 Mike Jensen 84 Blayze Peterson 85 Myles Swenson 86 Charles Hermes 88 Brian Leonhardt 89 James Plain 90 Rob Wills 92 Jake Zimmerman 93 Jordan Lardinois 94 Wayne Paulus 95 Matthew Shaver 96 Josh Beste 97 Garrett Lee 98 Bryan Syrstad 99 Dan Kiebler

LB DL TE LB OL LB LB OL DE OL DL DL LB LB OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL DL DL DL OL OL OL DL OL OL WR WR DL DL WR WR WR TE WR DE DL DE DL DL DL DL DL DL

BEAVER FOOTbALL

Fr-RS Fr-RS Fr-HS Fr-RS So-1L Fr-HS Fr-HS Fr-RS Fr-HS Fr-RS Fr-HS Jr-TR Fr-HS Fr-TR Fr-HS Fr-HS Fr-HS So-1L Fr-RS Jr-2L Jr-2L Fr-RS Jr-2L Fr-HS Sr-3L Fr-HS Jr-2L Fr-RS Fr-HS So-1L Fr-HS Fr-HS So-1L Fr-HS Fr-HS Fr-HS Fr-RS Fr-RS Fr-RS So-1L Fr-RS Sr-3L So-1L Sr-3L Fr-HS Fr-RS Jr-2L So-1L So-1L Fr-HS

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Abram: Receiving Stats

Cameron Abram Wide Receiver Junior I 5-9 I 198

Year G No. 2007 Redshirt 2008 9 24 2009 10 14 Career 19 38

11

Brooklyn Park, Minn. Osseo High School

YDS 163 384 547

1 3 4

16 82 82

YDS

AVG

TD

LONG

127 0 127

6.7 0.0 6.7

1 0 1

30 0 30

YDS

AVG

TD

LONG

150 17 167

21.4 8.5 18.6

0 0 0

39 17 39

Year G RUSH 2007 Redshirt 2008 9 19 2009 0 0 Career 9 19

2008 (Fr): Hit the field for nine games as a freshman... Pulled in 24 receptions for a total of 163 yards and a touchdown... Carried the ball 19 times for 127 yards and a touchdown... Led the team in rushing averaging 6.7 yards per carry... Averaged 21.4 yards on seven kick returns to pace the Beavers special teams unit... His 39-yard return versus Minnesota State (9/6/08) stood as the team’s longest of 2008. Burst onto the scene recording a season-high seven catches at Minot State (8/28/08) in his first collegiate game... Grabbed his first career touchdown reception and connected with George Kadlec for a 40-yard touchdown strike on his only pass attempt of the season versus Minnesota State (9/6/08)... Made a 2008-best seven rushing attempts for 54 yards, which included a carer-high 30-yard scamper, and his first rushing touchdown at St. Cloud State (10/4/08)... Was injured at Winona State (9/20/08).

Newfolden, Minn. Marshall County Central H.S.

Prior to BSU: Two-time all-conference selection in football and basketball at Osseo High School... Coached by Derrin Lamker. Personal: Cameron Luis Abram... Born May 22, 1988... Son of Latrice Abram... Lists business as a major field of study. Career Highs: Receptions: 7 at Minot State (8/28/08); Reception Yards: 97 vs. Minnesota Duluth (10/24/09); Long Reception: 82 at U-Mary (10/31/09); Receiving Touchdowns: 1 four times; Rushing Yards: 54 at St. Cloud State (10/4/08); Long Rush: 30 at St. Cloud State (10/4/08); Rushing Touchdowns: 1 at St. Cloud State (10/4/08).

16

BEAVER FOOTbALL

LONG

6.8 27.4 14.4

Abram: Rushing Stats

2007 (RS): Sat out entire season as a red shirt.

TD

Steven Battle Running Back

2009 (So): Started 10 games for the Beavers.... Was tops among his teammates with 384 receiving yards... Exhibited a knack for making the big play anytime he touched the ball...Found the end zone three times on 14 catches... Also saw time as a part of BSU’s special teams unit as a return threat. Caught two passes for 46 yards, which included a 38-yard reception, in the season opener versus Minot State (8/27/09)... Pulled in three passes for 51 yards, which included a 30-yard catch and run versus, MSU Moorhead (9/19/09)... Scored a touchdown in each of the last three games of the season... Hauled in a 57-yard pass in the loss to St. Cloud State (10/3/09)... Was on the receiving end of a season-high four passes, 97 yards, including a 64-yard catch and a touchdown when defending national champion Minnesota Duluth came to town (10/24/09)... Recorded a team-long, 82-yard touchdown reception at U-Mary (10/31/09)... Grabbed his third touchdown of the season on a 30-yard strike in the finale at Concordia-St. Paul (11/7/09).

Abram: Kick Return Stats

Year G RUSH 2007 Redshirt 2008 9 7 2009 10 2 Career 19 9

AVG

Senior I 5-9 I 226

28

Grand Forks, N.D. Univ. of North Dakota

Prior to BSU: Played three seasons at NCAA Division I University of North Dakota. In 21 games played he totaled 299 yards on 60 attempts for an average of 4.9 yards per carry... Rushed for 80 yards and a touchdown on 19 attempts versus Winona State Nov. 17, 2007 to lead UND to a 44-2 victory over the Warriors in the first round of the NCAA Playoffs. A 2005 graduate of Amesbury High School... Lettered three times in football and was named team’s most valuable player as a senior... Earned all-league honors... Also lettered once in basketball and track and field. Personal: Born Aug. 1, 1987... Is the son of Earl Battle and Jeani Driscoll.

Jordan Anderson Offensive Line Junior I 6-2 I 313

73

2009 (So): Held down the starting right guard duties for the first six games of the season... Saw his 2009 campaign come to an abrupt end due to injury at Northern State (9/26/09). Was a leader for a young, maturing offensive line that set the tone for an offensive unit that ranked fourth in the NSIC in scoring, averaging 33.5 points per contest, was fourth in rushing offensive gaining 189.4 yards per game and led the league in third down conversions, converting 79-of-158 (50 percent)... The BSU offensive unit led the NSIC in time of possession dominating the line of scrimmage for nearly 34:00 per game... They cleared room for eight 100-yard rushing games, including six by Dustin Kroeplin, a redshirt freshman that came just 48 yards shy of clearing the 1,000-yard plateau... The line also protected quarterback Derek Edholm who lead the league in pass efficiency completing over 61 percent of his passes, for nearly 1,700 yards, while throwing 25 touchdowns. 2008 (Fr): Appeared in 11 games as a freshman, starting on the Beavers’ offensive line at right guard. Was part of a offensive front that paved the way for the BSU rushing attack to gain nearly 100-yards per game in 2008... The unit protected Derek Edholm, who posted a BSU single-season best 65.2 completion percentage and set a BSU mark with 193 completions... The young offensive line matured together down the stretch blocking for a ground game that posted over 150 yards in three of the last four games as the Beavers closed out the season winning three of their last four. Personal: Jordan Kevin Anderson... Born April 16, 1990.. Son of Marc and Gloria Osowski... Is a math education major with an emphasis in coaching.

2010

Career Highs: Rushing Attempts: 19 vs. Winona State (11/17/07; Rushing Yards: 80 vs. Winona State (11/17/07); Long Rush: 32 vs. Sioux Falls (10/17/09); Rushing Touchdowns: 1 vs. Winona State (11/17/07.

Adam Berg Wide Receiver Senior I 6-2 I 193

4

Cambridge, Minn. Cambridge-Isanti H.S.

2009 (Jr): Played in 11 games for the 2009 Beavers and made one start at wide receiver... Collected 11 receptions for 127 yards and a touchdown...Also saw time on the Beavers’ special teams unit... His 11.8 yards per catch average was good for fourth on the team. Pulled in his first catch of the season at Minnesota State (9/5/09)... Posted a season-high three receptions for 35 yards versus St. Cloud State (10/3/09)... Grabbed two passes for 38 yards, which included a season-long 25 yard reception, with a touchdown at Minnesota, Crookston (10/17/09)... Got is only start of the season versus Wayne State (10/10/09). 2008 (So): Made starts in all 11 of the Beavers’ contests in 2008... Finished third on the team in both receptions (24) and receiving yardage (287). Opened the season with a career-high five catches at Minot State (8/28/08)... Matched his career mark versus Minnesota, Crookston (10/18/08) posting a career-best 54 yards, while hauling in his only touchdown reception of the season. 2007 (Fr): Saw time at the receiver position in four games as a freshman... Caught three passes for an average of 9.0 yards per catch... Was on the receiving end of his first career touchdown in front of a regional television audience Oct. 20 when the Beavers played Winona State on Fox Sports Net North... Grabbed a career-best two catches in a 47-9 victory over Minnesota, Crookston (9/22)... Also spent time on the special teams unit fielding one kick return for seven yards.


Bemidji State Football 2006 (RS): Sat out the entire season as a redshirt. Prior to BSU: Was a three-sport athlete at Cambridge-Isanti High School... Earned letters in football, basketball and track an field... Set the CIHS singleseason record with 41 receptions as a senior... Was a member of the a 2005 team that went 10-2, won a section championship and earned a state tournament berth.

Beste: Defensive Stats Year G UT-AT-TT 2007 Redshirt 2008 6 3-3-6 2009 9 0-6-6 Career 15 3-9-12

Personal: Adam Scott Berg... Born April 25, 1988... Son of Larry and Ann Anderson... Majoring in criminal justice. Career Highs: Receptions: 5 at Minot State (8/28/08) and vs. Minnesota, Crooskton (10/18/08); Reception Yards: 54 vs. Minnesota, Crookston (10/18/08); Long Reception: 29 vs. Minnesota State (9/6/08); Touchdowns: 1 at Winona State (10/20/07), vs. Minnesota, Crookston (10/18/08) and (10/17/09).

Berg: Receiving Stats

Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 Career

G No. Redshirt 4 3 11 29 11 11 26 43

YDS

AVG

TD

LONG

27 287 127 441

9.0 9.9 11.5 10.3

1 1 1 3

12 29 25 29

Josh Beste Defensive Line Junior I 6-1 I 275

96

East Grand Forks, Minn. East Grand Forks H.S.

2009 (So): Logged time in nine games as a reserve defensive end in 2009... Totaled six tackles. Posted an assisted tackle at Minnesota State (9/5/09)... Piled up a season-best two stops versus Winona State (9/12/09)... Registered a stop versus St. Cloud State (10/3/09)... Finished the season with a tackle in the final two games of the season... Was an Academic All-NSIC selection. 2008 (Fr): Saw time in six games as a redshirt fresh man in 2008... Posted six tackles (three solo)... Made a career-high three tackles (1 solo), which included a tackle for loss of yards in a loss to Minnesota State. 2007 (RS): Sat out entire 2006 season as a redshirt. Prior to BSU: Three-year letterwinner in football, basketball and track... Helped lead East Grand Forks to the 2004 State 8AAA state championship after an undefeated 14-0 season... Won 2005 Hardest Worker award... Captained team in 2006; led conference with 102 tackles en route to All-Conference and AllConference Top Linebacker honors... 2004 True Team state track participant... Helped lead East Grand Forks to section runner-up finish in basketball as team captain in 2006; earned all-conference honors. Personal: Born April 4, 1989 in Grand Forks, N.D... Is a business administration major. Career Highs: Tackles: 3 vs. Minnesota State (9/6/08); Solo Tackles: 1, three times; Assisted Tackles: 2 vs. Minnesota State (9/6/08); Sacks: none; TFL: 1.0 vs. Minnesota State (9/6/08); Interceptions: none; Fumbles: none.

TFL

SK

1.0-1 0.0-0 1.0-1

0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

INT PBU 0-0 0-0 0-0

0 0 0

Jason Bromm

49

Linebacker

Sophomore I 6-0 I 216 South Barrington, Ill. Barrington H.S.

Prior to BSU: A two-sport athlete at Amos Alonzo Stagg High School, Christensen a four-year letter winner in both football and track and field... As a senior linebacker, he paced the team in tackles and interceptions for touchdowns while finished the season second on the team in kick-return yards, forced fumbles and tackles for loss en route to an all-conference selection... Christensen is also a decorated track prep... He earned all-conference honors four times while was selected all-section in his last three seasons as a 110-meter and 300-meter hurdler and on the 4x100-meter relay team... In the classroom, he is a member of the Amos Alonzo Honor Roll, is a Scholar Athlete and is a four-time academic letter winner. Personal: Daniel Patrick Christensen…Born November 6, 1989…Son of Patrick and Linda Christensen… Undecided on an academic major.

2009 (Fr.): Played in seven games, totaling seven tackles (2 solo)… Made his collegiate debut versus MSU Moorhead (9/12/09)... Recorded his first tackle at Northern State (9/26/09)... Posted a career-high three at Minnesota, Crookston (10/17)… Added one blocked kick with the special teams unit.

Career Highs: Tackles: 3 at Northern State (9/26/09); Solo Tackles: 2 at Northern State (9/26/09; Assisted Tackles: 1, three times; Sacks: 1 at Northern State (9/26/09; TFL: 1 at Northern State (9/26/09; Interceptions: none; Fumbles: none.

Prior to BSU: A four-year letter winner at Barrington High School... Started at linebacker in each of his final two seasons... Captained the team in 2008... Led BHS in interceptions as a senior, which included a game-winning pick in the second game of the season... Was selected player of the week on two occasions also earned Illinois Player of the Week accolades... Was an all-conference pick and was named to the all-area team... Paced the team in sacks as a junior... Named the defensive player of the year of his sophomore team... Earned a spot on the varsity playoff roster... Captained a freshman squad that posted an unblemished record in 2005... Also earned two lacrosse letters as a prep... His father Tom Bromm played football at University of Iowa.

Christensen: Defensive Stats

Year G UT-AT-TT TFL SK 2008 Redshirt 2009 9 4-3-7 1.0-14 1.0-14 9 4-3-7 1.0-14 1.0-14 Career

Bromm: Defensive Stats Year 2009 Career

G 7 7

UT-AT-TT 2-5-7 2-5-7

TFL 0.0-0 0.0-0

SK 0.0-0 0.0-0

INT PBU 0-0 0 0-0 0

0-0 0-0

0 0

Cory Crosby Linebacker

Sophomore I 6-0 I 234

45

Cold Spring, Minn. Racori H.S.

Personal: Jason Joseph Bromm…Born March 23, 1991…Son of Tom and Patti Bromm…Proposed business major. Career Highs: Tackles: 3 at Minnesota, Crookston (10/17/09); Solo Tackles: 1, two times; Assisted Tackles: 2, two times; Sacks: none; TFL: none; Interceptions: none; Fumbles: none.

INT PBU

2009 (Fr): Saw action in each of the Beavers’ 11 games and found a place in the starting line up in the last six of his freshman season... Blocked a punt in a 24-19 victory over Winona Sate (9/12/09)... Was third on the team with eight tackles (three solo) in BSU’s 2009 Homecoming game (10/3/09)... Dropped the Concordia University signal-caller eight yards behind the line of scrimmage for his first collegiate sack and recorded a hurry (11/7/09)... Settled into the linebacker corps nicely finishing the season with at least five tackles in six of the Beavers’ last seven contests. 2008 (RS): Sat out entire season as a redshirt. Prior to BSU: A two-time all-section pick at Rocori High School... He started two seasons, while lettering in football three times... As a senior, Crosby was selected as the Spartans’ Defensive Lineman of the Year and its Defensive MVP... He was also rewarded by being named to the All-Central Lakes Conference football team.

Dan Christensen Linebacker

Sophomore I 6-1 I 223

19

Chicago, Ill. Amos Alonzo Stagg H.S.

2009 (Fr.): Saw time in nine games at the linebacker position… Tallied seven tackles (four solo), adding one sack that resulted in a 14 yard loss… Posted a career-high three tackles (two solo) against Northern State (9/26), where he picked-up his one sack. 2008 (RS): Sat out entire 2008 season as a redshirt.

Personal: Born in St. Cloud, Minn. March 29, 1990... Son of Paul and Mary Crosby... Is working on majors in chemistry and Physics with a minor in mathematics. Career Highs: Tackles: 8 vs. St. Cloud State (10/3//09); Solo Tackles: 4 at U-Mary (10/31/09); Assisted Tackles: 5 vs. St. Cloud State (10/3//09); Sacks: 1.0 at Concordia-

2010

BEAVER FOOTbALL

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St. Paul (11/7/09); TFL: 1.0, three times; Interceptions: none; Fumbles: none.

Crosby: Defensive Stats Year 2008

2009 Career

G

UT-AT-TT

Offensive Line TFL

SK

22-30-52 3.0-11 22-30-52 3.0-11

1.0-8 1.0-8

11 11

0-0 0-0

38

Sophomore I 6-0 I 251

Portland, N.D. May-Port-CG H.S.

2009 (Fr): Opened the season as a reserve defensive lineman... Saw action in the first three games of the season on the defensive side of the ball before making the shift to fullback in October... Was in the offensive backfield for four games down the stretch... Paved the way for starting running back Dustin Kroeplin to post 100-yards in three of the final four contests... Was a weapon in the passing attack out of the backfield catching five passes for 57 yards and a touchdown... Registered his first collegiate touchdown on a 14-yard reception in a victory over U-Mary (10/31/09). 2008 (RS): Sat out entire season as a redshirt. Prior to BSU: Captained the football and basketball teams at May-Port CG High School... Recorded a career-high 105 tackles as a senior while he anchored an offensive line that produced two 1,000-yard rushers during his four-year prep football career... A twotime all-state selection at linebacker was invited to participate in the North Dakota Shrine game in 2007... The three-sport standout helped his basketball team to a pair of state tournament appearances, while he qualifying for the state track and field meet in two events. Personal: The son of Terry and Stephanie Dale... Born Dec. 4, 1989 in Mayville, N.D. Career Highs: Receptions: 2 at U-Mary (10/31/09) and vs. Wayne State (10/10/09); Reception Yards: 32 vs. Wayne State (10/10/09); Long Reception: 26 vs. Wayne State (10/10/09); Receiving Touchdowns: 1 at UMary (10/31/09); Rushing Yards: 1 at Minnesota, Crookston (10/17/09); Long Rush: 1 at Minnesota, Crookston (10/17/09); Rushing Touchdowns: none.

Dale: Rushing Stats G

RUSH

YDS

AVG

TD

LONG

2 2

1 1

0.5 0.5

0 0

1 1

Dale: Receiving Stats

Year G 2008 Redshirt 2009 7 Career 7

18

2009 (Fr.): Played in 10 games, starting the final nine games of the season on the offensive line. Was key to a maturing offensive line that set the tone for an offensive unit that ranked fourth in the NSIC in scoring, averaging 33.5 points per contest, was fourth in rushing offensive gaining 189.4 yards per game and led the league in third down conversions, converting 79-of-158 (50 percent)... The BSU offensive unit led the NSIC in time of possession dominating the line of scrimmage for nearly 34:00 per game... They cleared room for eight 100-yard rushing games, including six by Dustin Kroeplin, a redshirt freshman that came just 48 yards shy of clearing the 1,000-yard plateau... The line also protected quarterback Derek Edholm who lead the league in pass efficiency completing over 61 percent of his passes, for nearly 1,700 yards, while throwing 25 touchdowns. 2008 (RS): Sat out entire 2008 season as a redshirt. Prior to BSU: DeLange, a 2007 Illinois High School Football Coaches Association Honorable Mention AllState pick, earned a pair of football letters at Plainfield Central High School... The anchor of the PCHS offensive line as a senior, he garnered four Southwest Prairie Conference Player of the week awards on his way to his second all-conference selection... Recognized with the Jeff Hiller Award as Plainfield Central’s Outstanding Lineman at the completion of his prep career, also earned a spot on the 2007 Joliet Herald All-Area Second Team and the 2007 Plainfield Enterprise All-District First Team... DeLange wrapped up his career owning single-season and career knockdown blocks marks with 36 and 61 respectively... Also active in power lifting, he was the 2007 Plainfield District 202 bench press and overall champion while he holds the PCHS bench press mark at 395 pounds. Personal: Brett M. DeLange…Born April 13, 1990… Son of Mike and Bonnie DeLange…A sports management major.

Andrew Eagan Linebacker

Senior I 6-3 I 222

46

Sauk Village, Ill. Marian Catholic High

Redshirt 7 7

63

Plainfield, Ill. Plainfield Central H.S.

0 0

Troy Dale

2009 Career

Senior I 6-1 I 278

INT PBU

Redshirt

Tight End

Year 2008

Brett DeLange

REC

YDS

AVG

TD

LONG

5 5

57 57

11.4 11.4

1 1

26 26

BEAVER FOOTbALL

2009 (Jr): A leader in the middle of the ‘Gang Green’ defense, Eagan totaled 68 tackles (22 solo) to rank third among his teammates... He added 3.5 tackles for loss, a fumble recovery, an interception and a pass break up... Started each of BSU’s 11 games...Totaled at least nine tackles on five occasions in 2009... Earned Second-Team All-NSIC laurels at the conclusion of the season. Collected nine tackles, which included a seasonhigh five solo stops, at Minnesota State (9/5/09)... Also scooped up a fumble in the game... Posted nine tackles, with two solo stops and a tackle for loss versus Winona State (9/12/09)... Registered a season-best 10 total tackles, which include 1.5 tackles

2010

for loss and a pass break up versus St. Cloud State (10/3/09)... Grabbed his second collegiate interception to go along with five tackles, (three solo) at Minnesota, Crookston (10/17/09)... Capped the season with matching nine-tackle performances at U-Mary (10/31/09) and Concordia-St. Paul (11/7/09). 2008 (So): Heard his named called as a part of the starting defense 10 times as a sophomore... Finished second on the team in tackles (68), solo stops (32) and assisted tackles (38), while netting 7.5 tackles for loss (-27 yards) and 2.0 sacks to end up third on the team... His 6.8 tackles per game slotted him among the league’s top 20... Was one of just four sophomore defenders in the NSIC North Division to garner allconference accolades in 2008. Posted 10 stops, with a career-high eight solo tackles at MSU-Moorhead (9/20/08)... Got to the quarterback for his first two collegiate sacks versus Northern State (9/27/08) and Concordia-St. Paul (11/8/08). 2007 (Fr): Racked up 40 tackles in 10 games for the Beavers as a rookie... Tied for eighth on the team in tackles while his 22 solo tackles was good for sixth on the team... Started in the middle of the Beavers’ defense on five occasions... Led the Beavers with a career-high 11 tackles (seven solo) at U-Mary (10/6)... Tied for seventh, on the team and third among linebackers with 5.0 tackles for a loss... Picked off his first collegiate pass in a victory over Minot State (9/8). 2006 (So): Sat out entire 2006 campaign as a redshirt. Prior to BSU: Was a four-year starter at Marian Catholic High School... Led the team in tackles as a freshman, sophomore and senior... Posted a career-best 163 tackles in his final prep season. Personal: Andrew Martin Eagan... Born Dec. 19, 1987... Son of Chris Eagan and Lauren Abatzis... Has chosen criminal justice as a major field of study. Career Highs: Tackles: 11 at U-Mary (10/6/07); Solo Tackles: 8 at MSU-Moorhead (9/20/08); Assisted Tackles: 7 three times; Sacks: 1 vs. Northern State (9/27/08) and vs. Concordia-St. Paul (11/1/08); TFL: 3.0 at MSUMoorhead (9/27/08); Interceptions: 1 vs. Minot State (9/8/07) and at Minnesota, Crookston (10/17/09); Fumbles: 1 at Minnesota State (9/5/09).

Eagan: Defensive Stats

Year G UT-AT-TT TFL SK 2006 Redshirt 2007 10 22-18-40 5.0-25 0.0-0 2008 10 32-36-68 7.5-27 2.0-17 2009 11 24-44-68 3.5-5 0.0-0 Career 31 78-98-176 5.5-22 0.0-0

INT PBU 1-0 0-0 1-7 2-7

1 0 3 4

Derek Edholm Quarterback

Senior I 6-1 I 201

8

Anoka, Minn. Anoka High

2009 (Jr): Edholm completed one of the finest seasons by a BSU quarterback in the program’s 84-year history and became the first Beaver signal caller to pull first-team all-conference honors since Geoff Mar-


Bemidji State Football tinson was named to the squad in 2001.. The junior started each of the Beavers’ 11 games and finished the season having a hand in 33 of the Beavers’ 49 offensive touchdowns... He completed 130-of-213 pass attempts for 1,662 yards and 25 touchdowns... He was third on the team in rushing for 343 yards and eight touchdowns on 123 attempts... His 25 TD passes matched Martinson for third on BSU’s singleseason touchdown passes list, while his 61-percent pass completion rate ranks third on the teams single-season charts and his 160.61 passing efficiency is second only to Martinson’s 2001 mark (165.4)... Edholm threw for a personal-best five touchdowns twice in 2009 (10/24/09 and 10/31/09), ran for three TDs (9/5/09) and rolled up 391 yards through the air versus University of Minnesota Duluth (10/31/09). 2008 (So): Earned the starting quarterback role and made starts in 10 games as a sophomore... Completed the season as Bemidji State’s single-season record holder for completions (193) and completion percentage (65.2)... Passed for 2,136 yards on 193 of 296 with five interceptions... His 17 touchdown passes stand as the Beavers’ ninth-best single-season total of all time... Rushed for 195 yards, with a touchdown, to rank third on the team. Completed a career-best 33 passes on 45 attempts for his first collegiate 300-yard game (319) in a season-opening victory at Minot State (8/28/08)... Connected with George Kadlec for a 36-yard touchdown pass--the first of young QBs career, in the same game... Finished the 2008 season passing for more than 250 yards and leading the Beavers to wins in three of their last four games.... Recorded his first three-TD game versus Minnesota State (10/18/08)... Followed that up with consecutive three-TD outings at nationally-ranked Minnesota Duluth (10/25/08) and versus U-Mary (11/1/08)... Posted a career-long completion in the same game when he connected with Kadlec for an 85-yard touchdown strike... Gained a career-high 66 yards on the ground, which included a 50-yard scamper, at St. Cloud State (10/4/08). 2007 (Fr): Made appearances in five games in a backup role... Stepped into the starting line-up for his first collegiate start at SW Minnesota State (10/27)... Was 11-of-25 for 93 yards with two interceptions for a win in his debut... Also added 41 yards on nine carries. 2006 (RS): Sat out entire 2006 season as a redshirt. Prior to BSU: Garnered seven letters as a three-sport participant at Anoka High School... Started two seasons under center for the Tornadoes... Led AHS to a 7-1 record and a North Suburban Conference runnerup finish as a junior... Directed the team to a Section 7AAAAA championship in 2005 en route to a trip to the state tournament. Personal: Derek Thomas Edholm... Born April 19, 1988... Son of Tom and Sharon Edholm... Is undecided on his major. Career Highs: Completions: 33 at Minot State (8/28/08); Pass Attempts: 45 at Minot State (8/28/08); Passing Yards: 391 vs. Minnesota Duluth (10/24/09)); Long Completion: 85 vs. U-Mary (11/1/08); Passing Touchdowns: 5 at Minnesota, Crookston (10/17/09) and vs. Minnesota Duluth (10/24/09); Interceptions: 2 at SW Minnesota State (10/27/07) and vs. Minnesota State (9/6/08); Rushing Yards: 116 at Minnesota State (9/5/09); Long Rush: 50 at St. Cloud State (10/4/08).

Edholm: Passing Stats

Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 Career

G C-ATT-INT Redshirt 5 13-32-4 10 193-296-5 11 130-213-5 26 336-541-14

YDS

PCT

TD AVG/G

106 2,136 1,662 3,904

40.6 65.2 61.0 62.1

0 17 25 42

21.2 213.6 151.1 150.2

YDS

AVG

TD

LONG

34 195 522 751

3.1 1.7 2.8 3.0

0 1 8 9

14 50 27 50

Edholm: Rushing Stats

Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 Career

G RUSH Redshirt 5 11 10 113 11 123 26 247

Brad Hemling Running Back

Sophomore I 5-11 I 195

25

Richland Center, Wis. Richland Center H.S.

2009 (Fr.): Carried the ball 25 times, playing in nine games as a back-up running back… Totaled 80 yards, posting a career-high 38 against Minnesota, Crookston (10/17/09)… Also scored his first touchdown in the green and white against the Golden Eagles on a two-yard plunge into the end zone… Added three tackles, two coming against MSU Moorhead (9/19/09). 2008 (RS): Sat out entire 2008 season as a redshirt. Personal: Brad Hemling…Born August 31, 1989… Son of Ralphy and Stacie Hemling…Undecided on an academic major. Career Highs: Attempts: 12 at Minnesota, Crookston (10/17/09); Rushing Yards: 12 at Minnesota, Crookston (10/17/09); Long Rush: 10 at Northern State (9/26/09); Touchdowns: 1 at Minnesota, Crookston (10/17/09).

Hemling: Receiving Stats

Year G ATT 2008 Redshirt 2009 9 25 Career 9 25

YDS

AVG

TD

LONG

80 80

3.2 3.2

1 1

10 10

for 30 yards and his first collegiate touchdown versus St. Cloud State (10/3/09)... Pulled in another touchdown the following weekend as the Beavers defeated Wayne State (926/09)... Recorded two receptions for 39 yards in a thriller against Minnesota Duluth (10/24/09), which included a 32-yard “Hail Mary” touchdown reception as time expired to bring the Beavers within a point of the defending national champions... Matched a season-high reception total with four in the season finale (11/7/09)... Also set a career mark pulling in two touchdown receptions at Concordia-St. Paul (11/7/09). 2008 (Fr): Was one of two true freshman to see significant time in 2008... Played in each of the Beavers’ 11 games, starting at one of the wide receiver positions on five occasions... Finished fourth on the team with 24 catches for 225 yards... Paced the BSU special teams unit with 12 kickoff returns for 226 yards. Grabbed his first collegiate pass at Minot State (8/28/08)... Racked up career-highs at Minnesota Duluth (10/25/08) with six catches and 53 yards. Prior to BSU: Played quarterback, wide receiver, defensive back, punter and kicker at Kaneland High School... Completed 216-of-388 pass attempts for 2,714 yards and 21 touchdowns in 2007... Posted nearly 100 yards per game on the ground netting 890 yards with eight touchdowns in nine games... His 3,604 yards of total offense and 29 touchdowns was tops in the Chicagoland... Also averaged 38.5 yards per punt, made three-of-four field goal attempts and successfully converted 30-of-31 point after attempts... Earned Rivals.com High School National Player of the Week after a game in which he passed for 412 yards, rushed for 145 more, accounted for four touchdowns and kicked the game-winning field goal... For his efforts he gained all-conference accolades as a quarterback and punter while he was selected as the Western Sun Conference Offensive MVP... Was also named all-state in 2007 by the Illinois High School Coaches’ Association... The team captain and four-year letter winner was a four-time recipient of the Western Sun Conference Prep Player of the Week Award and was named as the Walter Payton Roundhouse High School Player of the Year as a senior. Personal: Jody Arthur Henningson... Born Aug. 26, 1990... Is the son of Jody Henningson and Mary Lynn Brubaker... Is undecided on a major field of study. Career Highs: Receptions: 6 at Minnesota Duluth (10/25/08); Reception Yards: 75 at Concordia-St. Paul (11/7/09); Long Reception: 33 at Concordia-St. Paul (11/7/09); Touchdowns: 2 at Concordia-St. Paul (11/7/09); Long Kick Returns: 31 at St. Cloud State (10/4/08).

Jody Henningson Wide Receiver Junior I 5-11 I 197

Henningson: Receiving Stats

Year 2008 2009 Career

10

North Aurora, Ill. Kaneland High

G 11 11 22

REC 26 19 45

YDS 225 240 465

AVG 8.7 12.6 10.3

Henningson: Kick Return Stats

2009 (So): Was a big-play receiver for the Beavers in 2009... Finished third among his BSU receiving counterparts with 19 receptions... His 12.6 yards per catch placed him second on the team, while his five receiving touchdowns trailed only tight end and leading receiver Brian Leonhardt. Grabbed a season-high four passes versus Minnesota State (9/5/09)... Pulled in three catches

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Year G 2008 11 2009 11 Career 11

No. 12 0 12

YDS 226 0 226

AVG 18.8 0.0 18.8

TD 0 5 5

LONG 30 33 33

TD LONG 0 31 0 0 0 31

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Charles Hrdlicka

Cory Immerman

21

Defensive Back

Sophomore I 5-9 I 175

Center

Junior I 6-0 I 285

Wolf Lake, Minn. Mehahga High School

Becker, Minn. Becker High School

2009 (Fr): Made an immediate impact on the Beavers playing in all 11 games as a freshman... Finished in the top 10 on the team in total tackles with 28, which included a solo tackle and a tackle for loss... Added an interception and three passes broken up making four spot starts in the BSU secondary. Opened the season and his BSU career with three tackles, including a solo stop versus Minot State (8/28/10)... Made four stops with a tackle for loss and a pass break up at Minnesota State (9/5/09)... Posted a career-high nine tackles, which includes three solo stops, against MSU Moorhead (9/19/09)... Netted four tackles and a pass break up versus St. Cloud State (10/3/09)... Recorded a tackle and grabbed his first collegiate interception at Minnesota, Crookston (10/17/09). 2008 (RS): Sat out entire 2008 campaign as a redshirt. Prior to BSU: Recorded a career total of 3,567 rushing yards scoring 37 touchdowns in his four-year career at Menahga High School... Owns MHS singlegame records for 314 rushing yards and touchdowns (5) while his 1,701 on the ground and 19 TD’s as a senior stand as the school’s top single-season marks... Was named All-Prairie North Conference in his final two prep campaigns capping each season as the Prairie North Offensive MVP... Hrdlicka was a fivetime letter winner on the track. Personal: Born Feb. 16, 1989 in Breckenridge, Minn... Son of Bobbie and Wayne Hrdlicka... Is a physical education major. Career Highs: Tackles: 9 vs. MSU Moorhead (9/19/09); Solo Tackles: 3 vs. MSU Moorhead (9/19/09); TFL: 0.5 at Minnesota State (9/5/09): Assists: 6 vs. MSU Moorhead (9/19/09); Interceptions: 1 at Minnesota, Crookston (10/17/09); PBU: 1 at Minnesota State (9/5/09)) and vs. St. Cloud State (10/3/09).

Hrdlicka: Defensive Stats Year G UT-AT-TT 2008 Redshirt 2009 11 11-17-28 Career 11 11-17-28

TFL

0.5-1 0.5-1

Hrdlicka: Kick Return Stats

Year G No. 2008 Redshirt 2009 11 11 Career 11 11

YDS 154 154

65

SK

INT

PBU

0.0-0 1-22 0.0-0 1-22

2 2

AVG 14.0 14.0

2009 (So): Started 10 games at center despite battling injuries down the stretch... Earned SecondTeam All-NSIC honors. Serverd as the leader to a maturing offensive line that set the tone for an offensive unit that ranked fourth in the NSIC in scoring, averaging 33.5 points per contest, was fourth in rushing offensive gaining 189.4 yards per game and led the league in third down conversions, converting 79-of-158 (50 percent)... The BSU offensive unit led the NSIC in time of possession dominating the line of scrimmage for nearly 34:00 per game... They cleared room for eight 100-yard rushing games, including six by Dustin Kroeplin, a redshirt freshman that came just 48 yards shy of clearing the 1,000-yard plateau... The line also protected quarterback Derek Edholm who lead the league in pass efficiency completing over 61 percent of his passes, for nearly 1,700 yards, while throwing 25 touchdowns. 2008 (Fr): Anchored the BSU offensive line as its center in all 11 contests. Was part of a offensive front that paved the way for the BSU rushing attack to average nearly 100-yards per game in 2008... The unit protected Derek Edholm, who completed a BSU single-season best 65.2-percent of his pass attempts, setting a BSU mark with 193 completions... The young offensive line matured together down the stretch blocking for a ground game that posted over 150 yards in three of the last four games as the Beavers closed out the season winning three of four. 2007 (RS): Sat out entire season as a redshirt. Prior to BSU: Three-time letterwinner in football and wrestling for Becker... Helped lead BHS to a 26-2 record during junior and senior seasons, including a 14-0 campaign and state Class 3A championship in 2005... Second-team all-conference in 2005... Allconference, Mississippi 8 Conference Lineman of the Year, St. Cloud Times All-Area Team in 2006... Coached by Dwight Lundeen. Personal: Cory Michael Immerman... Born July 12, 1989... Son of Marty and June Immerman... Is a math education major at Bemidji State.

Sid Johnson

TD LONG 0 0

25 25

Defensive Back Senior I 5-7 I 170

6

Fairbanks, Alaska Lathrop High School

2009 (Jr): Was a regular in the BSU secondary in 2009 playing in nine games, starting on six occasions... Finished the season with 23 tackles, including 17 solo stops... Broke up two passes and intercepted another. Posted matching four-tackle efforts versus Minnesota, Crookston (10/17/09) and Minnesota Duluth (10/24/09)... Added a pass break up versus the Bull-

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dogs... Established a career-high five tackles, including a pair of solo stops, at U-Mary (10/31/09)... Also nabbed his first collegiate interception and returned it 32 yards in the game. 2008 (So): Recorded 17 tackles (seven solo) in 10 games and one start in the BSU secondary as a sophomore... Also spent time on the Beavers’ kick return squad. Posted three assisted tackles at Winona State (9/13/08)... Recorded a pass break up at St. Cloud State (10/4/08)... Covered a loose ball at Wayne State (10/11/08). 2007 (Fr): Saw time in six games in the BSU secondary... Recorded six tackles (two solo)... Broke up one pass. 2006 (RS): Sat out 2006 season as a redshirt. Prior to BSU: Was a three-year starter at Lathrop High School... Garnered first-team all-conference and all-state and accolades as a running back in 2005... A defensive first-team all-conference pick in 2004... Also participated in track an field and wrestling as a prep. Personal: Sidney Artez Johnson... Born April 27, 1988... Son of Jeff and Tiffanni Sharnbroich... Is a mass communication major at BSU. Career Highs: Tackles: 5 at U-Mary (10/31/09); Solo Tackles: 3, three times; Assists: 3 at Winona State (9/13/08); Interceptions: 1 at U-Mary (10/31/09); PBU: 1, four times.

Johnson: Defensive Stats Year G UT-AT-TT 2006 Redshirt 2007 6 2-4-6 2008 10 7-10-17 2009 9 17-6-23 Career 19 26-20-46

TFL

0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

SK

INT

PBU

0.0-0 0-0 0.0-0 0-0 0.0-0 1-32 0.0-0 1-32

1 0 5 6

Luke Knutson Linebacker

Junior I 6-0 I 206

15

Bagley, Minn. Bagley H.S.

2009 (So): Was a key reserve for the 2009 linebacker corps... Played in 10 games... Totaled 23 tackles, which included 10 solo stops... Also piled up three tackles for loss and forced a fumble. Made his 2009 debut recording a season-high five tackles (1 solo) agasint Minot State (8/27/09)... Posted four assisted tackles at Minnesota State (9/5/09)... Made a solo tackle and forced a fumble versus St. Cloud State (10/3/09)... Finished the season with a pair of tackles in each of the Beavers’ last two contests. 2008 (Fr): Was a regular in the BSU secondary in 2008 seeing time in all 11 games and sliding into the starting line up as a linebacker for the final four games... An Honorable Mention All-NSIC pick, Knutson was one of only three rookies hailing from the NSIC North to be honored... Finished his first collegiate season with 39 tackles (17 solo)... His 8.0 tackles for loss (-41 yards) ranked second among his


Bemidji State Football defensive teammates, while his 3.0 sacks was good for third... The hard-hitting linebacker forced a pair of fumbles and accounted for the Beavers’ only safety of the season. Posted his first tackle in the green and white at Minot State (8/28/08)... Set a career standard with four solo tackles, which included three tackles for loss (-20), a sack, two forced fumbles and a safety at Wayne State (10/11/08)... Posted a season-high 12 tackles (three solo) and nine assisted tackles versus Minnesota, Crookston (10/18/08). 2007 (RS): Sat out entire season as a redshirt. Prior to BSU: Four-time letterwinner in football and basketball; also lettered in track at Bagley High School... Three-time all-conference selection; North Star Conference MVP and All-Section 8AA selection in 2006... Honorable-mention all-state at both linebacker and wide receiver... Coached by Chuck Anderson. Personal: Luke Ethan Knutson... Born March 27, 1989... Son of Terry and Terri Knutson... Is undecided on a major field of study. Career Highs: Tackles: 12 vs. Minnesota, Crookston (10/18/08); Solo Tackles: 4 at Wayne State (10/11/08); Assists: 9 vs. Minnesota, Crookston (10/18/08); Sacks: 1.0 at Wayne State (10/11/08) and vs. Concordia-St. Paul (11/1/08); TFL: 3.0 at Wayne State (10/11/08); Interceptions: none; PBU: none.

Knutson: Defensive Stats

Year G UT-AT-TT TFL 2007 Redshirt 2008 11 17-22-39 8.0-41 2009 10 10-13-23 3.0-11 Career 21 27-35-62 11.0-52

SK

INT

PBU

3.0-25 0.0-0 3.0-25

0.0 0-0 0-0

2 0 2

Dustin Kroeplin Running Back

Sophomore I 5-11 I 218

43

Withee, Wis. Owen-Withee High School

2009 (Fr): Burst onto the scene in 2009 to gain AllNSIC Honorable Mention honors as a freshman... Led the Beavers’ rushing attack gaining 952 yards and 10 touchdowns on 200 carries... Appeared in all 11 games as the Beavers’ starting running back... Was also a favorite target of BSU signal callers hauling in 15 passes for 163 yards and two touchdowns. Rushed for 108 yards and a pair of touchdowns on 23 carries in his collegiate debut (8/27/09)... Found the end zone again versus Winona State (9/12/09)... Carried the ball 14 times for 98 yards, which included a season-high 27-yard scamper and a score versus MSU Moorhead (9/19/09)... Posted his second 100-yard rushing game of 2009 with 112 yards and two touchdowns on 18 attempts at Northern State (9/26/09)... Caught four passes for 51 yards, which included his first touchdown reception as a Beaver, versus St. Cloud State (10/3/09)... Carried the ball a season-high 28 times for 100 yards and a trip to the end zone versus Wayne State (10/10/09)... Again broke the 100-yard threshold at Minnesota, Crookston (10/17/09) with 127 yards and a TD on 22

attempts... Registered the Beavers’ best single game receiving total versus Minnesota Duluth (10/24/09) catching seven passes for 98 yards, which included a 56-yard touchdown catch and run... Finished the season with a pair of 100-yard efforts gaining 105 at U-Mary (10/31/09) and a career-best 142 at Concordia-St. Paul (11/7/09). 2008 (RS): Sat out entire 2008 season as a redshirt. Prior to BSU: Rushed for 4,804 yards and 55 touchdowns on 608 carries for Owen-Withee High School to cap his career as the school’s all-time rushing leader... As a senior led OWHS to a 12-1 mark and a spot in the state semifinal game... Carried the ball 294 times as a senior piling up 2,686 yards and 31 touchdowns... He also anchored the team’s defense as a linebacker... Was named all-conference as a running back and linebacker in 2007 while pulling down Small Cloverbelt Offensive and Defensive Player of the Year honors... In addition the Owen-Withee Team MVP was selected all-region and all-state on both sides of the line of scrimmage. Personal: Born Oct. 4, 1989 in Killeen, Tex... Is a business administration major with an emphasis in business management. Career Highs: Rushing Attempts: 28 vs. Wayne State (10/10/09); Rushing Yards: 142 at Concordia-St. Paul (11/7/09); Long Rush: 27 vs. MSU Moorhead (9/19/09); Rushing Touchdowns: 2 vs. Minot State (8/27/09) and at Northern State (9/26/09); Receptions: 7 vs. Minnesota Duluth (10/24/09); Reception Yards: 98 vs. Minnesota Duluth (10/24/09); Long Reception: 56 vs. Minnesota Duluth (10/24/09); Touchdown Receptions: 1 vs. St. Cloud State (10/3/09) and vs. Minnesota Duluth (10/24/09).

Kroeplin: Rushing Stats Rec G 2008 Redshirt 2009 11 Career 11

Att

Yds

Avg.

TD

Lg

200 200

952 952

4.8 4.8

10 10

27 27

Kroeplin: Receiving Stats Rec G 2008 Redshirt 2009 11 Career 11

Rec.

Yds

Avg.

TD

Lg

15 15

163 163

10.9 10.9

2 2

56 56

recovered a fumble in the game and returned it six yards... Matched a season-high five tackles versus Wayne State (10/10/09)... Posted two tackles for loss in the game... Recorded a pair of quarterback sacks in the season finale at Concordia-St. Paul (11/7/09), one of which gave the Beavers two points as a safety. 2008 (So): Started 10 games at defensive end, while he saw action in all 11 contest of his sophomore campaign as the team’s long snapper... Completed the season with 35 tackles (15 solo) to rank 12th on the team, but second among linemen... His 6.0 tackles for loss (-16) was good for fourth on the team... Pouncing on a pair of fumbles, he matched Dusty Sluzewicz for the team lead... Lardinois also added a sack and a pass break up. Collected a fumble recovery in the 2008 opener at Minot State (8/28/08)...Equalled a career-high with six tackles (three solo) at Winona State (9/13/08)... Posted his first collegiate quarterback sack versus Northern State (9/27/08)... Scooped up his second loose ball of the season at Wayne State (10/11/08). 2007 (Fr): Saw time in all of the Beaver’s 11 games as a freshman... Captured primary long-snapper responsibilities from day one and was a key to Paul Potemra’s conference-leading and all-region season... Collected 12 tackles (five solo)... Netted a career-high six tackles (one solo) at Minnesota, Crookston (9/22), Posted 1.5 tackles for a loss of two yards. 2006 (RS): Sat out entire 2006 season as a redshirt. Prior to BSU: Helped Notre Dame Academy to a 33-5 overall record, which included a 2003 undefeated state championship season... Earned all-conference and all-area honors as a tight end... Also participated in track and field. Personal: Jordan Robert Lardinois... Born March 10. 1987... Son of Randall and Catherine Lardinois... His brother Joe played NCAA Division I football at North Dakota State... Jordan is a criminal justice major at BSU. Career Highs: Tackles: 6 at Minnesota, Crooskton (9/22/07) and at Winona State (9/13/08); Solo Tackles: 4 vs. MSU Moorhead (9/19/09); Assists: 4 vs. Minnesota, Crookston (10/18/08) and vs. Minnesota Duluth (10/24/09); Sacks: 2.0 vs. MSU Moorhead (9/19/09); TFL: 2.0 vs. MSU Moorhead (9/19/09); PBU: 1 vs. Concordia-St. Paul (1/11/08) and at U-Mary (10/31/09); Fumbles: 1 at Minot State (8/28/08) and at Wayne State (Neb.) (10/11/08).

Jordan Lardinois Defensive Line Senior I 6-3 I 253

Lardinois: Defensive Stats

Year G UT-AT-TT TFL 2006 Redshirt 2007 11 5-7-12 1.5-2 2008 11 15-20-35 6.0-16 2009 11 18-15-33 12.5-47 Career 33 38-42-80 20.0-65

93

New Franklin, Wis. Notre Dame Academy

SK

FR

PBU

0.0-0 1.0-2 4.5-24 5.5-26

0-0 2-0 2-6 4-6

0 1 2 3

2009 (Jr): Played in 11 games for BSU as a junior garnering First-Team All-NSIC honors... Posted 33 tackles, including 18 solo stops... Was second on the team with 12.5 tackles for loss... His 4.5 quarterback sacks ranked second on the team while his two fumble recoveries led all BSU defenders. Started the season slow recording six tackles in the first three games, but exploded for a season-high five (four solo), including four tackles for loss and a pair of sacks versus MSU Moorhead (9/19/09)... Also

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Justin Lee Wide Receiver

Sophomore I 5-8 I 197

7

Elgin, Ill. Central High School

2009 (Fr): Played in six games before seeing his season cut short due to injury... Carried the ball 17 times for 108 yards and a touchdown, while grabbing 15 catches for 160 yards... On special teams, he also returned five kick offs for an average of 21 yards per kick. Hauled in a season-best four catches for 26 yards at Minnesota State (9/5/09)... Also carried the ball a 2009-high six times for 19 yards... Totaled 49 yards, including a season-long 25-yard scamper and a touchdown on four carries versus MSU Moorhead (9/19/09)... Grabbed a season-long 54-yard reception at Northern State (9/26/09) as a part of a twocatch, 64-yard receiving game. 2008 (RS): Suffered an injury during fall drills and missed the season as an injury redshirt. 2007 (RS): Sat out entire season as a redshirt. Prior to BSU: Lettered in football and track at Elgin Central... Earned four All-Area Player of the Year laurels... Was a unanimous All-Big Northern Conference selection... Earned honorable mention all-state honors... Also a three-time state qualifier sprinter in track. Personal: Born Dec. 12, 1988 in Elgin, Ill... Plans to study chemistry Career Highs: Rushing Attempts: 6 at Minnesota State (9/5/09); Rushing Yards: 49 vs. MSU Moorhead (9/19/09; Long Rush: 25 vs. MSU Moorhead (9/19/09); Rushing Touchdowns: 1 vs. MSU Moorhead (9/19/09); Receptions: 4 at Minnesota State (9/5/090); Receiving Yards: 64 at Northern State (9/26/09); Long Reception: 54 at Northern State (9/26/09); Receiving Touchdowns: none.

Lee: Rushing Stats

Year G RUSH YDS 2007 Redshirt 2008 Redshirt-injury 2009 6 17 108 Career 6 17 108

Lee: Receiving Stats

Year G REC YDS 2008 Redshirt 2009 Redshirt-injury 2009 6 15 160 Career 6 15 160

AVG

TD

LONG

6.4 6.4

1 1

25 25

Tight End

AVG

10.7 10.7

TD

LONG

0 0

54 54

88

Blaine, Minn. Blaine HIgh School

2009 (Fr): Leonhardt’s combination of size, speed and soft hands gave the Beavers a weapon at the

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2008 (RS): Sat out entire season as a redshirt. Prior to BSU: A three-sport athlete at Spring Lake Park High School, Leonhardt excelled in football, wrestling and track and field... He captained the Panthers’ football team as a senior... Was a two-time all-conference pick and was named to the academic all-conference team... On the mat, Leonhardt served as the Panthers’ wrestling captain for two seasons... He was named all-conference on two occasions and earned all-state accolades placing fifth in 2007... Leonhardt was an all-conference thrower for the Panthers’ track and field team... A conference champion in the shot put, he captured section titles in both the shot put and discus en route to all-state honors in both. Career Highs: Receptions: 7 vs. Minnesota Duluth (10/24/09); Receiving Yards: 82 at Minnesota, Crookston (10/17/09); Long Reception: 25 at Minnesota, Crookston (10/17/09); Receiving Touchdowns: 3 at Minnesota, Crookston (10/17/09).

Leonhardt: Receiving Stats

Year G Rec. 2008 Redshirt 2009 11 24 Career 11 24

Yds

Avg.

TD

Lg

254 254

10.6 10.6

7 7

25 25

Alonzo Melton Offensive Line

BRIAN LEONHARDT Sophomore I 6-5 I 255

tight end position like they haven’t had for quite some time... Was named All-NSIC Honorable Mention... Led all BSU receivers with 24 receptions and seven touchdown catches in 2009... Posted 254 receiving yards to rank third on the team... Also on the BSU track and field team as a thrower... Placed third at the NSIC Indoor Championships with a mark of 5301.50 followed by a fourth-place finish at the outdoor championship registering a toss of 50-10.75. Made his debut in the green and white versus Minot State (8/27/09)... Hauled in a two-yard touchdown pass in the game... Caught two passes for nine yards and a touchdown at Northern State (9/26/09)... The touchdown sparked a streak of four games in which he hauled in six TD passes... Recorded careerhighs for receiving yards (82) and touchdowns (3) at Minnesota, Crookston (10/17/09)... Caught a careerbest seven passes for 64 yards agasint Minnesota Duluth (10/24/09).

BEAVER FOOTbALL

Sophomore I 6-4 I 297

50

Minneapolis, Minn. Patrick Henry HIgh School

2009 (Fr): Made an immediate impact as a freshman starting at right tackle in all 11 of the Beavers’ 2009 contests. Was a constant on a maturing offensive line that set the tone for an offensive unit that ranked fourth in the NSIC in scoring, averaging 33.5 points per contest, was fourth in rushing offensive gaining 189.4 yards per game and led the league in third down conversions, converting 79-of-158 (50 percent)... The BSU offensive unit led the NSIC in time of possession dominating the line of scrimmage for nearly 34:00 per game... They cleared room for eight 100-yard rushing games, including six by Dustin Kroeplin, a redshirt freshman that came just 48 yards shy of clearing the

2010

1,000-yard plateau... The line also protected quarterback Derek Edholm who lead the league in pass efficiency completing over 61 percent of his passes, for nearly 1,700 yards, while throwing 25 touchdowns. 2008 (RS): Sat out entire season as a redshirt. Prior to BSU: Captained the Patriots from his defensive lineman position in 2007... Garnered First Team All-Minneapolis City Conference honors. Personal: Born April 10, 1990 in Minneapolis, Minn... Is majoring in sport management and business administration.

Was part of a offensive that paved the way for the BSU rushing attack to average nearly 100-yards per game in 2008... The unit protected Derek Edholm, Wide Reciever who posted a BSU single-season best 65.2 compleSophomore I 5-11 I 182 tion perce

CHristian Metz

12

Cambridge, Minn. Cambridge-Isanti HIgh School

2009 (Fr): A true freshman, Metz saw time in each of the Beavers 11 games in 2009... Used talents to bolster the BSU run, pass and kick return attack... Carried the ball 11 times for 34 yards... Hauled in 11 receptions for 131 yards and a pair of touchdowns... Also served a the Beavers’ primary kick return threat fielding 16 kick offs and returning them for an average of 19 yards per kick. Was on the receiving end of a pass in his collegiate debut (8/27/09)... Fielded a season-high four kick offs at Minnesota State (9/5/09)... Rattled off a season-long 47-yard kick off return versus St. Cloud State (10/3/09)... Gained 12 yards on six carries debuting versus Wayne State (10/10/09)... Hauled in two passes for 40 yards and his first collegiate touchdown at Minnesota, Crookston (10/17/09)... Caught a touchdown pass the following week as one of two receptions versus Minnesota Duluth (10/24/09)... Carried the ball four times gianing 17 yards, including a season-best eight-yard scamper, at U-Mary (10/31/09)... Also caught two passes for 42 yards, including a 2009-best 31-yard reception. Prior to BSU: An 11-time letter winner at CambridgeIsanti High School... A three-sport standout... Started three years on both offense and defense for the Bluejackets... A three-time All-Mississippi 8 Conference selection... Picked to the Section 7AAAAA team in 2007 and 2008... Recognized as a member of the all-state honorable mention team as a senior... Voted Mississippi 8 Most Valuable Defensive Back in 2007 and followed that with the league’s most valuable receiver award in 2008... A three-year starter on the CIHS basketball team... Was a member of the Bluejackets’ 2008 Minnesota State Tournament squad... Named most valuable track and field athlete in 2007 and 2008... Was a Minnesota State Meet qualifier in the long jump... Four-time football academic all-conference pick... Earned academic all-conference honors three times in both basketball and track and field. Personal: Christian James Metz... Son of James and Deb Metz...Born Sept. 19, 1990 in Cambridge, Minn... Has selected exercise science as a major field of study. Career Highs: Rushing Attempts: 5 vs. Wayne State (10/10/09); Rushing Yards: 17 at U-Mary (10/31/09); Long Rush: 8 at U-Mary (10/31/09); Rushing Touchdowns: none; Receptions: 2, five times; Receiving Yards: 42 at U-Mary (10/31/09); Long Reception: 31


Bemidji State Football at U-Mary (10/31/09); Receiving Touchdowns: 1 at Minnesota, Crookston (10/17/09) and vs. Minnesota Duluth (10/24/09).

Metz: Receiving Stats Year G 2008 Redshirt 2009 11 Career 11

Yds

Avg.

TD

Lg

11 11

127 127

11.5 11.5

1 1

25 25

Metz: Rushing Stats Year G RUSH 2008 Redshirt 2009 11 11 Career 11 11

YDS

AVG

TD

LONG

34 34

3.1 3.1

0 0

8 8

Davis Mickelson Offensive Line Junior I 6-5 I 290

Running Back

Junior I 5-10 I 195

Rec.

68

Elbow Lake, Minn. Ashby High School

2009 (So): Anchored the left side of the BSU offensive line making starts at left tackle in all 11 contests... Was named Second-Team All-NSIC. Filled a role on a maturing offensive line that set the tone for an offensive unit that ranked fourth in the NSIC in scoring, averaging 33.5 points per contest, was fourth in rushing offensive gaining 189.4 yards per game and led the league in third down conversions, converting 79-of-158 (50 percent)... The BSU offensive unit led the NSIC in time of possession dominating the line of scrimmage for nearly 34:00 per game... They cleared room for eight 100-yard rushing games, including six by Dustin Kroeplin, a redshirt freshman that came just 48 yards shy of clearing the 1,000-yard plateau... The line also protected quarterback Derek Edholm who lead the league in pass efficiency completing over 61 percent of his passes, for nearly 1,700 yards, while throwing 25 touchdowns. 2008 (Fr): Solidified the BSU offensive line making 11 consecutive starts at the left tackle spot. Was part of a offensive that paved the way for the BSU rushing attack to average nearly 100-yards per game in 2008... The unit protected Derek Edholm, who posted a BSU single-season best 65.2 completion percentage, setting a BSU mark with 193 completions... The young offensive line matured together down the stretch blocking for a ground game that posted over 150 yards in three of the last four games as the Beavers closed out the season winning three of their last four. 2007 (RS): Sat out entire season as a redshirt. Prior to BSU: Earned honorable-mention all-conference honors in football, basketball and baseball during his prep career... Coached by Joey Anderson. Personal: Davis James Mickelson... Son of Vincent and Karla Mickelson... Born June 1, 1989... Is a criminal justice major.

Miles: Receiving Stats

Brandon Miles

Year G Rec. 2006 Redshirt 2007 7 6 2008 11 11 2009 Injury Redshirt Career 18 17

3

Kenai, Alaska Kenai Central High School

Yds

Avg.

TD

Lg

102 105

17.0 9.5

0 1

31 28

207

12.1

1

31

2009 (Jr): Sat out entire season after suffering a knee injury. 2008 (So): Was a regular in the BSU backfield, seeing time in all 11 games, while getting the starting nod on nine occasions... Finished as the team’s leading ground-gainer with 379 yards on 98 carries... Paced the team with five rushing touchdowns... Was BSU’s biggest pass-catching threat out of the backfield pulling in 11 receptions for 105 yards and a touchdown... Also spent time on the Beavers’ special teams unit returning a team-leading 12 kickoffs for 223 yards. Carried the ball a season-high 16 times at Minot state (8/28/08)... His two touchdown plunges in the season-opener stands as his career-best... Piled up a season-high 93 yards and a touchdown on 10 carries and caught two passes for 34 yards and a score versus Minnesota, Crookston (10/18/08)... Scampered for a career-long, 42-yard carry at Minnesota, Crookston (10/18/08). 2007 (Fr): Saved his best for last playing seven games as a rookie and worked his way in to the starting running back spot for the Beavers last two games of the season... Finished third on the team with 421 rushing yards... Carried the ball 106 times for an average of 4.0 yards per attempt... His 60.1 yards per game was tops among BSU ground-gainers... Ran for a career-high 133 yards on 30 carries in a victory over SW Minnesota State (10/27)... Fell just four yards short of breaking the 100-yard plateau in each of BSU final two games of the season... Recorded his first collegiate touchdown on a plunge from three yards out versus Concordia-St. Paul (11/3)... Grabbed six receptions out of the backfield for an average of 17.0 yards per catch to finish second on the team only to George Kadlec... Logged one catch for a career-high 31 yards at Minnesota, Crookston (9/22). 2006 (RS): Sat out entire season as a redshirt. Prior to BSU: A three-sport athlete at Kenai Central High School, Miles participated in track and field and basketball in addition to his time on the gridiron... Was a member of four consecutive state championship football teams as a prep... Earned first-team allstate honors as a senior running back. Personal: Brandon James Miles... Born March 2, 1988... Son of Lisa Miles... Has selected business administration as a major field of study. Career Highs: Rushing Yards: 133 at SW Minnesota State (10/27/07); Carries: 30 at SW Minnesota State (10/27/07); Long Rush: 42 vs. Minnesota, Crookston (10/18/08); Receptions: 4 vs. Northern State (9/27/08); Long Reception: 31 yards at Minnesota, Crooskton (9/22/07); Touchdowns: 2 at Minot State (8/28/08).

Miles: Rushing Stats Year G Att 2006 Redshirt 2007 7 106 2008 11 98 2009 Injury Redshirt Career 18 204

Yds

Avg.

TD

Lg

421 379

4.0 3.9

2 5

19 42

800

3.9

7

42

Alex Mock Linebacker

Junior I 5-10 I 213

35

Williston, N.D. Williston High Schol

2009 (So): Played in six games, starting four at linebacker, before having his season end prematurely due to injury... Collected 13 tackles, with four coming as solo stops along with two tackles for loss and a pass break up. Posted a pair of solo tackles in the 2009 opener versus Minot State (8/27/09)... Added three tackles, including a solo stop and a tackle for loss versus Minnesota State (9/5/09)... Netted a career-high eight tackles (one solo) versus MSU Moorhead (9/19/09)... Also defended a pass in the game... In addition, spent time on the Beavers’ special teams unit returning one kick for 13 yards at Minnesota State (9/35/09). 2008 (Fr): Saw time in 11 games as a reserve linebacker during the 2008 campaign... Started two of the final three games of the season... Finished with 17 tackles (10 solo) 2.0 tackles for loss (-13) and ranked fourth on the team with 1.5 sacks... Wore No. 51 during his freshman season. Recorded his first collegiate tackle in his first career appearance Aug. 28 at Minot State... Posted a sack at Wayne State (10/11/08)... Collected season-highs of seven tackles, three solo stops and four assisted tackles versus Minnesota, Crookston (10/18/08). Prior to BSU: A graduate of Williston High School, Mock was a three-sport standout lettering in Football, track and field and basketball... Helped WHS to a 6-5 record and a playoff berth as a senior... Played both offense and defense, gaining over 1,500 yards out of the backfield, while posting 86 tackles, three fumbled recoveries and an interception. Personal: Alex Martin Mock... Born July 23, 1988 in Sidney, Mont.... Son of Martin and Patty Mock... Is an education major. Career Highs: Tackles: 8 vs. MSU Moorhead (9/19/09); Solo Tackles: 3 vs. Minnesota., Crookston (10/18/08); Assists: 7 vs. MSU Moorhead (9/19/09); Sacks: 1.0 at Wayne State (10/11/08); TFL: 1.0 at Wayne State (10/11/08); INT: none; PBU: none.

2010

Mock: Defensive Stats Year 2008 2009 Career

G 11 5 16

UT-AT-TT TFL 10-7-17 2.0-13 5-4-9 1.0-1 15-11-26 3.0-14

SK 1.5-9 0.0-0 1.5-9

INT PBU 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0

BEAVER FOOTbALL

23


a ground game that posted over 150 yards in three of the last four games as the Beavers closed out the season winning three of four.

Papapa Nicholas-Silvira Offensive Line

Sophomore I 6-3 I 323

77

Prior to BSU: Earned two letters in football at Appleton East... Helped Appleton East post 295 yards rushing against Oshkosh North as a senior... Twotime letterwinner and state qualifier in power lifting... Coached by Pat Schwanke

Kenai, Alaska Oregon State Univ.

2009 (Fr): Saw action in four games as a freshman. Played a reserve role on a maturing offensive line that set the tone for an offensive unit that ranked fourth in the NSIC in scoring, averaging 33.5 points per contest, was fourth in rushing offensive gaining 189.4 yards per game and led the league in third down conversions, converting 79-of-158 (50 percent)... The BSU offensive unit led the NSIC in time of possession dominating the line of scrimmage for nearly 34:00 per game... They cleared room for eight 100-yard rushing games, including six by Dustin Kroeplin, a redshirt freshman that came just 48 yards shy of clearing the 1,000-yard plateau... The line also protected quarterback Derek Edholm who lead the league in pass efficiency completing over 61 percent of his passes, for nearly 1,700 yards, while throwing 25 touchdowns. Prior to BSU: Comes to Bemidji State after sitting out of the 2007 season as a redshirt at Oregon State University... Earned all-state and all-Northern Lights Conference accolades in 2004, 2005 and 2006... Is a two-time all-state lineman of the year... Started on four Alaska state high school championship teams... Was also a state champion in the shot put and garnered all-region honors in 2005 and 2006... Was a high school teammate of current BSU running back Brandon Miles.

Steve Pappas Offensive Line Junior I 6-3 I 299

66

Appleton, Wis. Appleton East H.S.

2009 (So): Saw time in three games starting at left guard at Minnesota, Crookston (10/17/09). Filled role on a young, maturing offensive line that set the tone for an offensive unit that ranked fourth in the NSIC in scoring, averaging 33.5 points per contest, was fourth in rushing offensive gaining 189.4 yards per game and led the league in third down conversions, converting 79-of-158 (50 percent)... The BSU offensive unit led the NSIC in time of possession dominating the line of scrimmage for nearly 34:00 per game... They cleared room for eight 100-yard rushing games, including six by Dustin Kroeplin, a redshirt freshman that came just 48 yards shy of clearing the 1,000-yard plateau... The line also protected quarterback Derek Edholm who lead the league in pass efficiency completing over 61 percent of his passes, for nearly 1,700 yards, while throwing 25 touchdowns. 2008 (Fr): Played in six games as a reserve lineman in 2008. Was part of a offensive front that paved the way for the BSU rushing attack to average nearly 100-yards per game in 2008... The unit protected Derek Edholm, who completed a BSU single-season best 65.2-percent of his pas attempts, setting a BSU mark with 193 completions... The young offensive line matured together down the stretch blocking for

24

BEAVER FOOTbALL

Personal: Steven Daniel Pappas... Born May 23, 1989... Son of Mike and Julie Pappas... Is undecided on a major field of study.

Chris Parrish Offensive Line Senior I 6-0 I 338

71

Grand Forks, N.D. Central High School.

2009 (Jr): Made appearances in 10 games, starting the final six of the season at right guard, as a junior. Played an important role on a maturing offensive line that set the tone for an offensive unit that ranked fourth in the NSIC in scoring, averaging 33.5 points per contest, was fourth in rushing offensive gaining 189.4 yards per game and led the league in third down conversions, converting 79-of-158 (50 percent)... The BSU offensive unit led the NSIC in time of possession dominating the line of scrimmage for nearly 34:00 per game... They cleared room for eight 100-yard rushing games, including six by Dustin Kroeplin, a redshirt freshman that came just 48 yards shy of clearing the 1,000-yard plateau... The line also protected quarterback Derek Edholm who lead the league in pass efficiency completing over 61 percent of his passes, for nearly 1,700 yards, while throwing 25 touchdowns. 2008 (So): Played in seven games as a reserve lineman in 2008. Was part of a offensive front that paved the way for the BSU rushing attack to average nearly 100-yards per game in 2008... The unit protected Derek Edholm, who completed a BSU single-season best 65.2-percent of his pas attempts, setting a BSU mark with 193 completions... The young offensive line matured together down the stretch blocking for a ground game that posted over 150 yards in three of the last four games as the Beavers closed out the season winning three of four. 2007 (Fr): Did not appear in any games. Personal: Born Oct. 28, 1987... Chris Duane Parrish is the son of Deb Parrish.

George Percak-Dennett Linebacker

Junior I 6-2 I 238

34

Wasilla, Alaska Wasilla High School

2009 (So): Found himself in the linebacker rotation early as a sophomore... Played in 10 games making two starts for the Beavers... Ranked sixth on the team with 44 total tackles, which included 13 solo tackles... He added 7.0 tackles for loss, 3.0 quarterback sacks and a pass break up... Was a member of the

2010

NSIC All-Academic Team. Broke the steal on the 2009 camapign with four tackles (one solo) versus Minot State (8/27/09)... Posted five tackles, including two solo stops, 1.5 tackles for loss and a sack against Winona State (9/12/09)... Registered four stops with a sack and pass break up in his first start of 2009... Piled up a season-high seven tackles, including three solo, versus St. Cloud State (10/3/09)... Established new career-highs with 2.5 tackles for loss and 1.5 sacks in the game... Matched a 2009-best seven stops (threesolo) at U-Mary (10/31/09)... Did not play in the season finale. 2008 (Fr): Made an appearance in all 11 contests and started six as a redshirt freshman... Totaled 38 tackles (21 solo), 4.0 tackles for loss (-6) 1.5 sacks and a quarterback hurry in 2008... Was seventh on the team with 21 solo tackles... Finished fifth among his peers with 4.0 tackles for loss. Posted his first collegiate tackle in the 2008 home-opener versus Minnesota State (9/6/08)... Piled up a career-high 10 tackles at MSU-Moorhead (9/20/08)... Registered his first sack during a six-tackle outing versus Northern State (9/27/08)... Netted a season-high seven assisted tackles versus Minnesota, Crookston (10/18/08). 2007 (RS): Sat out entire season as a redshirt. Prior to BSU: Earned three letters in football and two in soccer at Colony... Was named first-team all-conference and all-state at both defensive end and tight end in 2006; was named the 2006 Gatorade Player of the Year for Alaska and was the Alaska 4A Defensive Player of the Year... Set a state record with a 38yard field goal in the championship game of the state playoffs... Finished senior campaign with 95 tackles, including 26 tackles-for-loss and 14 sacks... Forced three fumbles with two interceptions and six passes defended... Coached by Jamie Mayo. Personal: George Windsor Percak-Dennett... Born Sept. 27, 1988... Son of Scott Dennett and Mary Percak-Dennett... Is majoring in education while at Bemidji State. Career Highs: Tackles: 10 at MSU-Moorhead (9/20/08); Solo Tackles: 7 at MSU-Moorhead (9/20/08); Assists: 7 vs. Minnesota, Crooskton (10/18/08); Sacks: 1.5 vs. St. Cloud State (10/3/09); TFL: 2.5 vs. St. Cloud State (10/3/09); INT: none; PBU: 1 vs. MSU Moorhead (9/19/09); Fumbles: none.

Percak-Dennett: Defensive Stats Year G UT-AT-TT TFL 2007 Redshirt 2008 11 21-17-38 4.0-6 2009 10 13-31-44 7.0-32 Career 21 34-48-82 11.0-38

SK

1.5-3 3.0-23 7.0-29

INT PBU 0-0 0-0 0-0

0 1 1

Anthony Ragsdale Defensive Back Senior I 5-10 I 184

26

Bremerton, Wash. Chabot (Calif.) College

2009 (Jr): Played in nine games as a junior college transfer... Earned starts at the cornerback position


Bemidji State Football three times. Made his BSU debut in the season-opener versus Minot State (8/27/09)... Recorded a pair of tackle assists and returned his first NCAA Division II interception 66 yards for a touchdown... Posted a careerhigh six tackles, which included four solo stops and a tackle for loss, versus Winona State (9/12/09)... Registered four tackles, three solo, and a pass break up versus MSU Moorhead (9/19/09). Prior to BSU: Joined the BSU secondary after a twoyear junior college career at Chabot College... Led the Gladiators with four interceptions, which included an 82-yard interception returned for a touchdown... Was named pre-season all-conference... At Bremerton High School, was a two-way player starting at both running back and cornerback... Was selected for allconference and second-team all-state accolades as a senior... An accomplished prep track athlete, placed third in the 400-meter dash at the Washington State High School Meet... Was also a high school basketball player at Bremerton High where he was teammates with Marvin Williams who went on to start at North Carolina and now with the Atlanta Hawks. Personal: Anthony Gene Ragsdale... The only roster player hailing from the state of Washington, was born in Long Beach, Calif... Is the son of Nikki Bradford and Anthony Ragsdale Sr... Is a sports management major at BSU... Is the proud father of Amir Ragsdale. Career Highs: Tackles: 6 vs. Winona State (9/12/09); Solo Tackles: 4 vs. Winona State (9/12/09); Assisted Tackles: 2 vs. Minot State (8/27/09) and vs. Winona State (9/12/09); Interceptions: 1 vs. Minot State (8/27/09); Int. Return Yards: 66 vs. Minot State (8/27/09); Defensive TD: 1 vs. Minot State (8/27/09).

Ragsdale: Defensive Stats Year 2009 Career

G 9 9

UT-AT-TT 10-7-17 10-7-17

TFL 1.0-2 1.0-2

SK INT 0.0-0 1-66 0.0-0 1-66

PBU 2 2

Aaron Roland Safety

Senior I 6-0 I 190

27

Wahpeton, N.D. Wahpeton High School

2009 (Jr): In nine games as a reserve defensive back and special teams weapon, Roland totaled 14 tackles, ten of which were solo stops, a tackle for loss, a pass break up and a blocked kick--the sixth of his career. Matched a career-high fourth tackles and posting a quartet of solo stops versus MSU Moorhead (9/19/09)... Posted a solo tackle and a pass break up at Northern State (9/26/09)... Registered two tackles with a tackle for loss at Minnesota, Crookston (10/17/09)... Netted three tackles, including a pair of solo stops in the 2009 season finale at Concordia-St. Paul (11/7/09). 2008 (So): Saw time in all 11 games of 2008 as a defensive reserve and special teams ace... Finished the season with 14 tackles (six solo) and a pass break up... Blocked five kicks (2 FG, 2 PAT, 1 punt) Collected a season-high four tackles (two solo) in the 2008 home-opener versus Minnesota State (9/6/08)... Was named NSIC Special Teams Player

of the Week for the same game after setting a new school mark with two blocked field goal attempts... Registered a tackle and a blocked PAT at MSU-Moorhead (9/20/08)... Got a hand on a punt versus Minnesota, Crookston (10/18/08)... Capped the season with a tackle, a pass break up and a blocked PAT versus Concordia-St. Paul (11/8/08).

yard touchdown run... Was also 2-for-4 passing for 21 yards completing his first collegiate touchdown pass... Was hindered late in the season by an ankle injury... Was also a vital member of the BSU men’s basketball team in 2009-10... Averaged 12.7 points and 4.6 rebounds en route to being named the Bemidji State athletic department’s 2009-10 Male Newcomer of the Year.

2007 (Fr): Totaled five tackles (one solo) in three games as a reserve defensive back.

2008 (RS): Sat out entire season as a redshirt.

2006 (RS): Sat out entire season as a redshirt. Prior to BSU: Helped lead Wahpeton to a 5-5 record... Returned two interceptions for touchdown as a senior; also holds school record with 94-yard kickoff return for touchdown... North Dakota Shrine Bowl participant... All-Conference track performer who qualified for state championships in 100-, 200and 400-meter dashes, the 4x200-meter relay and the long jump. Personal: Aaron Davis Roland... Born May 10, 1987 in Breckenridge, Minn.... Son of Harvey and Sandi Roland. Career Highs: Tackles: 4 vs. Minnesota State (9/6/08) and MSUMoorhead (9/19/09); Solo Tackles: 4 vs. MSU-Moorhead (9/19/09); Assisted Tackles: 3 vs. Northern State (9/27/08); INT: none; PBU: 1 vs. Concordia-St. Paul (11/8/08) and at Northern State (9/26/09).

Roland: Defensive Stats Year G UT-AT-TT 2006 Redshirt 2007 6 1-4-5 2008 11 6-8-14 2009 9 10-4-14 Career 26 17-16-33

TFL

SK

0.0-0 0.0-0 0.5-2 0.5-2

0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

INT PBU 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

0 1 1 2

Prior to BSU: The starting quarterback for the undefeated 2007 state championship football team, Rongstad led ESCHS to a 26-2 record and two trips to the state championship game... He was a 2007 Allstate honorable mention selection in the gridiron... Is a four-sport standout at Eleva-Strum Central owning three letters in football and basketball and four in both golf and baseball... A First Team All-State D4 pick on the basketball court he led the Cardinals to back-to-back trips to the state tournament... Rongstad also participated on multiple state tournament boy’s golf teams. Personal: The son of Marla and Eric Severson and Kevin and Jackie Rongstad...Born March 15, 1990 in Eau Claire, Wis...Majoring in biology...Enjoys golf, video games and sporting events as interests...Father, Kevin, played basketball at Stout for two years. Career Highs: Passing Attempts: 6 vs. Wayne State (10/10/09); Passing Yards: 88 at Northern State (9/26/09; Long Pass: 54 at Northern State (9/26/09); Touchdown Passes: 1 vs. St. Cloud State (10/3/09); Rushing Attempts: 16 vs. Wayne State (10/10/09); Rushing Yards: 105 vs. St. Cloud State (910/3/09); Long Rush: 52 vs. MSU-Moorhead (9/19/09); Rushing Touchdowns: 1, three times; Receptions: 1 vs. MSU-Moorhead (9/19/09) and vs. Minnesota, Crookston (10/17/09); Receiving Yards: 21 vs. MSUMoorhead (9/19/09); Long Reception: 21 vs. MSUMoorhead (9/19/09); Receiving Touchdowns: none.

Rongstad: Passing Stats

Lance Rongstad Quarterback

Sophomore I 6-3 I 205

Year G C-ATT-INT 2008 Redshirt 2009 9 12-28-1 Career 9 12-28-1

2

Eleva, Wis. Eleva-Strum Central H. S.

YDS

PCT

198 198

57.1 57.1

Rongstad: Rushing Stats

2009 (Fr): One of the most versatile players on the BSU roster, Rongstad was among the team-leaders in passing, rushing and receiving in nine games played as an impact freshman... Was second on the team in rushing gaining 574 yards on 87 carries... His 6.6 yards per carry was tops among his teammates... Rongstad also passed for 22 yards per game, completing 16-of-28 pass attempts for 198 yards and a touchdown, while throwing just one interception... He may not have been a top receiving target, but he made the most of it when he got the opportunity. His 14.5 yards per catch was good for second on the team. Made his collegiate debut in the season opener versus Minot State (8/27/09)... Carried the ball four times for 47 yards including a 46-yard scoring scamper... Found the end zone again versus MSU Moorhead (9/19/09) logging a team season-long 52-yard carry... Was a perfect 5-for-5 passing for 88 yards, including a career-long 54-yard pass, at Northern State (9/26/09)... Recorded his finest game as a freshman versus St. Cloud State (10/3/09)... He rushed for a career-high 105 yards on 12 attempts and a 47-

Rec G 2008 Redshirt 2009 9 Career 9

1 1

22.0 22.0

Att

Yds

Avg.

TD

Lg

87 97

547 547

6.6 6.6

3 3

52 52

Rongstad: Receiving Stats Rec G 2008 Redshirt 2009 9 Career 9

TD AVG/G

Att

Yds

Avg.

TD

Lg

2 97

29 547

14.5 14.5

0 0

21 21

Jake Schmidt Safety

Junior I 6-0 I 183

17

Frederic, Wis. Frederic High School

2009 (So): Participated in all 11 games in 2009 as a

2010

BEAVER FOOTbALL

25


reserve in the defensive secondary... Totaled 17 tackles, which included eight solo stops... Was named to the Academic All-NSIC squad. Opened the season with a pair of solo tackles versus Minot State (8/27/09)... Again recorded two solo stops at Northern State (9/26/09)... Established new career-bests for total and solo tackles posting six tackles on three solo stops at Minnesota, Crookston (10/17/09)... Registered a pass break up at U-Mary (10/31/09). 2008 (Fr): Saw time in 10 contests as a reserve safety... Posted seven tackles (two solo). Made his collegiate debut at Minot State (8/28/08)... Registered his inaugural collegiate stop in a Homecoming victory over Northern State (9/27/08)... Set career marks with two tackles, both solo, at St. Cloud State (10/4/08). 2007 (RS): Sat out entire season as a redshirt. Prior to BSU: Won nine letters in a variety of sports at Frederic... Helped lead FHS to four consecutive playoff berths and a combined record of 32-12 during his career... Coached by Ken Belanger. Personal: Jacob Todd Schmidt... Born April 21, 1989 in Cumberland, Wis... Son of Todd and Sharon Schmidt... Is studying political science. Career Highs: Tackles: 6 at Minnesota, Crookston (10/17/09); Solo Tackles: 3 at Minnesota, Crookston (10/17/09); Assisted Tackles: 3 at Minnesota, Crookston (10/17/09); Interceptions: none; PBU: 1 at U-Mary (10/31/09).

Schmidt: Defensive Stats Year G UT-AT-TT 2007 Redshirt 2008 10 2-5-7 2009 11 8-9-17 Career 21 10-14-24

TFL

SK

0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

(10/24/09)... Intercepted his third pass of the season and returned it a career-best 52 yards at ConcordiaSt. Paul (11/7/09). 2008 (Fr): Recorded a solo tackle at Minnesota, Crookston (9/18/08) in four appearances as a reserve defensive back. 2007 (RS): Sat out entire season as a redshirt. Prior to BSU: Was a two-sport letterwinner at Waconia High School... In addition to leading the Wildcats on the football field, he also played baseball as a prep, where he helped guide his team to the Minnesota State Baseball Tournament. Personal: Born Jan. 5, 1989 in Maryland... Son of Greg and Sandy Scheff... Is a business administration major with minors in finance and management... Has made the Dean’s List each semester he has been enrolled at BSU. Career Highs: Tackles: 14 vs. St. Cloud State (10/3/09); Solo Tackles: 6 at Minnesota State (9/5/09); Assisted Tackles: 9 vs. St. Cloud State (10/3/09); Interceptions: 1, four times; PBU: 3 vs. Minot State (8/27/09); Fumble: 1 at Minnesota State (9/5/09).

Scheff: Defensive Stats Year G UT-AT-TT 2007 Redshirt 2008 4 1-0-1 2009 11 36-39-75 Career 15 37-39-76

INT PBU 0-0 0-0 0-0

TFL

SK

0.0-0 1.0-1 1.0-1

0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

INT PBU 1-0 3-61 4-61

0 4 4

Andrew Schultz Wide Receiver

0 1 1

Senior I 6-2 I 198

9

Grand Forks, N.D. Central High School

Brody Scheff Safety

Junior I 6-0 I 209

32

Waconia, Minn. Waconia High School

2009 (So): Stepped on the field for each of the Beavers’ 11 games in 2009, including 10 starts at safety... Led the team with 75 total tackles... Posted a BSU-best 36 solo tackles... Ranked among the top 20 in the conference averaging nearly seven tackles per game... Recorded a team-leading three interceptions... Was second among his teammates with seven passes defended, while adding a forced fumble and fumble recovery... Earned a spot on the NSIC All-Academic Team. Opened the season with five tackles and a career-high three pass break ups versus Minot State (8/27/09)... Posted one of three games with at least 10 stops at Minnesota State netting 10 tackles, which included six solo stops... Also forced a fumble and recovered a loose ball in the game... Registered a career-high 14 tackles with a season-best five solo stops and a sack versus St. Cloud State (10/3/09)... Picked off his first collegiate pass in the game... Netted 11 tackles (four solo) versus Minnesota Duluth

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2009 (Jr): The junior captain garnered Second-Team All-NSIC laurels following a season in which he saw time in all 11 games and ranked second among his teammates with 23 receptions for 258 yards and third with four touchdown catches... Hauled in a pass in all but one game in 2009... Grabbed a touchdown catch in three consecutive contests stretching from 9/12/09 to 9/26/09... Also served as the team’s primary punt return specialist racking up 134 return yards on 18 attempts. Opened a string of three straight games with touchdown catches versus Winona State (9/12/09)... Fielded a 2009-best four punts at Northern State (9/26/09) and racked up 54 return yards including a season-long 20-yard run back... Grabbed a seasonhigh eight receptions for 86 yards and his fourth touchdown of the season versus Minnesota Duluth (10/24/09)... Recorded a career-high 32-yard catchand-run in the game. 2008 (So): Was a constant among the Beavers’ receiving corps making 11 starts as a sophomore... Finished as the team’s second-leading target with 48 catches for 482 yards and a pair of touchdowns... Handled the bulk of the punt return duties racking up 137 yards on 15 returns... His 9.1 yards per return was good for fifth in the NSIC... Was selected for Honorable Mention All-NSIC honors.

2010

Opened the season with six catches at Minot State (98/28/08)... Posted career-bests with nine receptions and 120 yards receiving at Winona State (9/13/08)... Reeled in seven passes at Wayne State (10/11/08)... Caught touchdown passes in back-toback games at Minnesota Duluth (910/25/08) and versus U-Mary (11/1/08)... Posted a career-high 24yard punt return versus U-Mary (11/108). 2007 (Fr): Saw time in eight games making a start on eight occasions... Registered 17 catches to rank second on the team... His three touchdowns tied him for third among receivers... Grabbed a career-high four passes for 53 yards in a victory over Minot State (9/8)... Made his first collegiate trip into the end zone scoring the Beavers only touchdown in a 10-7, heartbreaking loss at U-Mary (10/6)... Posted four tackles (three solo) as a part of BSU’s special teams unit. 2006 (RS): Sat out entire season as a redshirt. Prior to BSU: A three-sport standout at Grand Forks Central High School, Schultz participated in track and field, football and basketball... He was selected Central’s Offensive MVP as well as first-team all-state as a senior wide receiver... Totaled 59 receptions, eight receiving touchdowns, and 15 total touchdowns for the 2005 AAA state championship team. Personal: Andrew John Schultz... Born Feb. 6, 1988... Son of Terry and Bonnie Schultz... Is undecided on a major field of study. Career Highs: Receptions: 9 at Winona State (9/13/08); Yards: 120 at Winona State (9/13/08); Long Reception: 32 vs. Minnesota Duluth (10/24/09); Touchdowns: 1, nine times); Punt Ret: 54 yards at Northern State (9/26/09); Ret. Touchdowns: none.

Schultz: Receiving Stats

Year G No. 2006 Redshirt 2007 10 17 2008 11 48 2009 11 23 Career 32 88

YDS

AVG

167 482 258 907

9.8 10.0 11.2 10.3

Schultz: Punt Return Stats

Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 Career

G No. Redshirt 10 1 11 15 11 18 32 34

YDS

AVG

-7 137 134 264

-7.0 9.1 7.4 7.8

TD LONG 3 2 4 9

17 28 32 32

TD LONG 0 0 0 0

-7 24 20 24

Blake Sczepanski Linebacker

Junior I 6-0 I 230

20

Stephen, Minn. North Dakota State

2009 (So.-TR): Played in 10 games on both sides of the ball…Posted seven tackles (one solo), with a career-high three against Minnesota Duluth (10/24/09)… On offense, carried the ball six times. Prior to BSU: Transferred from North Dakota State University…Played in eight games in 2008, making 12 tackles (four solo), including 1.5 for loss…Sat


Bemidji State Football out the 2007 season as a redshirt. HIGH SCHOOL: Named to the Associated Press all-state and earned Minnesota Vikings all-state honors...Rushed for over 4600 yards during his high school football career... Part of head coach Mark Kroulik’s successful Storm program...Helped lead the Stephen-Argyle to a 13-0 record and a fourth straight state 9-man title in 2006... Rushed 231 times for 1,734 yards and 27 touchdowns ...Also caught 14 passes for 168 yards ... Personal: Blake Sczepanski…Born March 3, 1989... Son of William and Becki Sczepanski...Undecided on a major…High school teammates with Beaver kicker/ punter Jesse Sundby. Career Highs: Tackles: 3 vs. Minnesota Duluth (10/24/09); Solo Tackles: 1 vs. Winona State (9/12/09); Assisted Tackles: 3 vs. Minnesota Duluth (10/24/09); Sacks: none; TFL: none; INT: none; PBU: none.

Sczepanski: Defensive Stats

Year 2009 Career

G UT-AT-TT 10 1-6-7 10 1-6-7

TFL 0.0-0 0.0-0

SK 0.0-0 0.0-0

INT PBU 0-0 0 0-0 0

Dusty Sluzewicz Safety

Junior I 5-10 I 221

5

Homer Glenn, Ill. Lockport High School

2009 (So): Made 11 starts in the ‘Gang Green’ defensive secondary... Has not missed a game in two seasons on the BSU roster... Ranked fifth on the team with 45 total tackles, while his 28 solo stops trailed only fellow safety Brody Scheff... Netted a careerhigh 3.5 quarterback sacks, posted an interception and led the team with 10 defended passes... Was selected to the NSIC All-Academic squad. Recorded a season-high seven tackles, which included five solo stops and a tackle for loss, at Northern State (9/26/09)... Posted his only interception of the season versus Minnesota Duluth (10/24/09)... Capped his junior campaign with a season-best six solo tackles, matching his season-high total tackle output with seven. 2008 (Fr): Started all 11 games at safety... Ranked fourth on the team with 63 tackles (30 solo)... Added 1.0 tackle for loss (-10), an interception and five broken up passes... His two fumble recoveries were good enough to garner him a share the team lead with Jake Anderson... Wore No. 18 as a freshman. Posted six tackles (two solo) in his collegiate debut at Minot State (8/28/08)... Picked off a pass versus Minnesota State (9/6/08)... Racked up a seasonhigh six assisted tackles as a part of a nine-tackle outing with a fumble recovery versus Northern State (9/27/08)... Set a career-mark of 10 tackles (six solo) at Minnesota Duluth (10/25/08)... Posted a fumble recovery and two pass break ups in addition to five tackles (four solo) versus U-Mary (11/1/08). 2007 (Fr): Sat out entire season as a redshirt. Prior to BSU: Earned four letters in football, three in baseball and two in track at Lockport High... Earned first-team all-conference and all-area honors as a se-

nior; recorded 58 tackles, 19 passes defended and three interceptions; also had 30 receptions for 360 yards and four touchdowns... Helped lead Lockport to 2003 state championship. Personal: Dusty James Sluzewicz... Born July 8, 1989... Son of Jerry and Kris Sluzewicz... Is undecided on a major field of study. Career Highs: Tackles: 10 at Minnesota Duluth (10/25/08); Solo Tackles: 6 at Minnesota Duluth (10/25/08) and at Concordia-St. Paul (11/7/09); Assisted Tackles: 6 vs. Northern State (9/27/08); Interceptions: 1 vs. Minnesota State (9/6/08); PBU: 2 vs. U-Mary (11/1/08); Fumbles: 1 vs. Northern State (9/27/08) and vs. UMary (11/1/08).

Sluzewicz: Defensive Stats Year G UT-AT-TT TFL 2007 Redshirt 2008 11 30-33-63 1.0-1 2009 11 28-17-45 3.5-12 Career 22 58-50-108 4.5-13

SK

INT

PBU

0.0-0 1.0-17 0.0-0 1-21 0.0-0 2-38

6 9 15

Jesse Sundby

Kicker / Punter Junior I 5-8 I 219

39

Made Collegiate debut Sept. 6 versus Minnesota State with a 34-yard punt... Booted a seasonhigh nine punts, including a career-long 49-yarder at MSU-Moorhead (9/20/08)... Missed his only field goal attempt (36 yards) in the same game... Averaged a season-best 41.2 yards on five punts and was a perfect three-for-three on PAT attempts at Minnesota Duluth (10/25/08). Prior to BSU: Helped lead Stephen-Argyle to a 54-0 record and four consecutive state championships during his high school career... Ranks second all-time in Minnesota high school history with 151 successful point after touchdown kicks... Holds school record for longest field goal at 46 yards... 2006 Section 8 Special Teams Player of the Year... Also lettered in track, golf and basketball... Coached by Mark Kroulik... Cousin of former BSU running back Tyler Olson. Personal: Jesse Lynn Sundby... Born May 26, 1988 in Grand Forks, N.D... Son of Lynn and Pam Sundby... Is a business administration major at Bemidji State. Career Highs: Points: 10 at Minnesota State (9/5/09); Field Goals: 2 at Minnesota State (9/5/09); Long Field Goal: 34 yards at Minnesota State (9/5/09) and vs. MSU-Moorhead (9/19/09); Punts: 9 at MSU-Moorhead (9/20/08); Long Punt: 61 vs. MSU-Moorhead (9/19/09); PAT: 6 at Northern State (9/26/09); PAT Attempts: 6, three times.

Sundby: Kicking Stats

Argyle, Minn. Stephen-Argyle Central High

2009 (So): Took over the punting and place-kicking duties on a full-time basis seeing action in all 11 2009 contests... Earned Second-Team All-NSIC laurels as a punter and earned a spot on the Academic AllNSIC team.. His 52 points scored, or 4.7 points per game, placed him fifth among his NSIC kicking counterparts... He finished the 2009 campaign making 40 point after attempts on 50 tries and converting 4-of-6 field goal tries... He averaged 53.4 yards per kickoff, posting a touchback in the final game of the season (11/7/09)... In addition he booted 40 punts for an average of 36.7 yards per punt to seat himself sixth in the NSIC... He recorded a touchback, forced six fair catches and pinned his opponents inside their own 20 yard line on 13 occasions...Successfully booted 38 punts before having one blocked at Concordia-St. Paul in the season finale (11/7/09). Assembled a streak of 21 consecutive extra PATs converted stretching from 8/28/09 to 10/3/09... Was 2-for-3 in field goal attempts at Minnesota State (9/5/09), kicking a career-long 34-yard field goal in overtime... Established a new career single-game high six PATs in a 6-for-6 effort at Northern State (9/26/09)... Booted a 34-yard field goal versus MSUMoorhead (9/19/09) to match a career mark set two weeks earlier... Was tabbed NSIC Special Teams Player of the Week for his efforts... Posted a pair of 50-plus yard punts in the same game, including a career-best 61-yard bomb to put the Dragons on their own 15 yard line. 2008 (Fr): Shared the kicking and punting duties with all-region kicker Paul Potemra as a freshman... Saw time in six games... Finished the season six-for-six on point after attempts... Totaled 23 punts for an average of 35.7 per kick... He placed five punts inside his opponents’ 20 yardline and had a touchback... Also handled kickoff duties with an average of 53.2 yards per kick.

Year Pts FG-A 2007 Redshirt 2008 6 0-1 2009 52 4-6 Career 58 4-7

Lg

PAT

KO

TB

Avg

6-6 34 40-50 34 46-56

14 57 71

0 1 1

53.2 53.4 53.3

Sundby: Punting Stats

Year 2007 2008 2009 Career

No Yds Avg Lg Blk TB FC I20 +50 Redshirt 23 821 35.7 49 0 1 3 5 0 40 1,466 36.7 61 1 1 6 13 2 63 2,287 36.3 61 1 2 9 18 2

Rob WIlls Defensive Line Senior I 6-3 I 263

90

Roseville, Minn. Roseville Area High School

2009 (Jr): Not only saw time in each of BSU’s 11 games as a junior, he also found himself in the starting line-up flanking the defensive line 11 times... Recorded 44 tackles, which included 19 solo stops, to pace all BSU defensive linemen and rank seventh among his teammates... His 7.0 tackles for loss and 3.5 quarterback sacks were good for third on the team... He picked off a career-high two interceptions to rank second on the BSU roster and returned one 15 yards for the first touchdown of his collegiate career (9/5/09). Opened the season matching a career-high with four solo tackles versus Minot State (8/27/09)... Registered his first collegiate interception at Minnesota State (9/5/09)... Piled up 1.5 sacks versus St. Cloud State (10/3/09) to match a career-best.

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2008 (So): Burst onto the scene to rank seventh on the team and lead all lineman with 52 tackles (17 solo)... His 7.5 tackles for loss (-18) was good for third on the team, while his 4.0 sacks was second to only Jake Anderson... Saw time in all 11 games for the Beavers and stepped into the starting line up for the final 10 games of the season after Kyle McMartin went down with an injury... Was named Second-Team All-NSIC at the conclusion of the season. Posted a career-high nine tackles (two solo) in his first collegiate start versus Minnesota State (9/6/08)... Piled up a season-high four solo stops, 1.5 sacks and forced a fumble versus Northern State (9/27/08)... Registered 1.5 sacks in an eight-tackle (two solo) performance versus Minnesota, Crookston (10/18/08)... Set a career-high with two pass break ups versus U-Mary (11/1/08)... Made six stops, including a sack in the same game... Capped the season with eight tackles (two solo) versus Concordia-St. Paul. 2007 (Fr): Appeared in three games as a reserve defensive lineman... Posted one tackle... Wore No. 86 as a freshman.

Prior to BSU: A three-sport standout at Bruce High School, Zimmerman finished his prep career as one of the most prolific tacklers in school history... He collected 155 tackles as a junior to set a new school mark for a single-season total while his also set the school’s single-game mark for stops registering 29 in a contest... He has twice been named All-Small Lakeland Conference on defense while he earned all-area and Honorable Mention All-Northwestern as a senior... In addition to his four varsity football letters, he has also been a regular on the wrestling and track and field teams. Zimmerman is a member of the Bruce High School Honor Roll. Personal: Jacob Andrew Zimmerman…Born March 30, 1990…Son of Eddie and Michele Zimmerman… Undecided academic major. Career Highs: Tackles: 3 vs. Minot State (8/27/09); Solo Tackles: 2 at U-Mary (10/31/09); Assisted Tackles: 2 vs. Minot State (8/27/09); Sacks: none; TFL: 1.5 vs. Minot State (8/27/09); INT: none; PBU: 1 at Northern State (9/26/09).

Year G UT-AT-TT 2008 Redshirt 2009 10 8-3-11 Career 10 8-3-11

Personal: Robert Charles Wills... Born July 11, 1987 in St. Paul, Minn... Son of Robert Wills and Beth Fobbe-Wills... Is majoring in business administration.

Other Key Returning Players

Career Highs: Tackles: 9 vs. Minnesota State (9/6/08); Solo Tackles: 4 vs. Northern State (9/27/08) and vs. Minot State (8/27/09); Assisted Tackles: 7 vs. Minnesota State (9/6/08); Sacks: 1.5, three times; TFL: 3.0 vs. Northern State (9/27/08); INT: 1 at Minnesota State (9/5/09) and at Northern State (9/26/09); Int. Return: 25 yards at Northern State (9/26/09); PBU: 2, five times; Defensive TDs: 1 at Minnesota State (9/5/09).

TFL

SK

TFL

SK

1.5-6 1.5-6

0.0-0 0.0-0

Matt Gandrud Wide Reciever

Sophomore I 6-2 I 208

80

Bryan Syrstad Defensive Line

Sophomore I 6-1 I 257

0 3 2 5

Jake Kelly Safety

Sophomore I 5-10 I 194

98

Thompson, N.D. Thompson H.S.

Beau Wakefield

14

INT PBU 0-0 0-0

0 0

Butternut, Wis. Park Falls H.S.

Transfers

Nick Mesarie Defensive Line Junior I 5-11 I 277

57

Redwood City, Calif. College of San Mateo

Elk River, Minn. Elk River H.S.

INT PBU

0.0-0 0.0-0 0-0 7.5-18 4.0-7 0-0 7.0-40 3.5-30 2-40 14.5-58 7.5-37 2-40

31

Elk River, Minn. Elk River H.S.

Sophomore I 5-9 I 206

Zimmerman: Defensive Stats

Prior to BSU: Posted 19 receptions for 221 yards and six touchdowns, added 36 tackles, two fumble recoveries and five sacks as a senior en route to AllSuburban East Conference honors... Two receptions for 24 yards and one touchdown, eight tackles, two sacks vs Woodbury (10/14/2005)... Roseville finished 2-6, 1-6 in the Suburban East... Coached by Chris Simdorn.

Year G UT-AT-TT 2006 Redshirt 2007 3 1-0-1 2008 11 17-35-52 2009 11 19-25-44 Career 25 37-60-97

Junior I 5-8 I 228

Wide Receiver

2006 (RS): Sat out entire season as a redshirt.

Wills: Defensive Stats

Nate Solors Running Back

33

Jasmine Watkins Safety

Senior I 6-2 I 210

1

Louisville, Ky.

Alpharetta, Ga. Chattahoochee H.S.

Jake Zimmerman Defensive Line

Sophomore I 6-4 I 277

92

GarreTt Lee Defensive Line

Bruce, Wis. Bruce H.S.

Sophomore I 6-3 I 248

2009 (Fr.): Lined up on the defensive line in 10 games…Totaled 11 tackles, with eight counting as solo efforts…Had 1.5 tackles for loss, all against Minot State (8/27/09), counting for six yards of lost yardage. 2008 (RS): Sat out entire 2008 season as a redshirt.

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Otsego, Minn. Rogers H.S.

97

Ryan Wiener Linebacker

Freshman I 6-0 I 247

Bowlus, Minn.

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Bemidji State Football breakdown by state

breakdown by CLass Senior (12)

Battle, Berg, Eagan, Edholm, Johnson, Lardinois, Parrish, Ragsdale, Roland, Schultz, Watkins, Wills.

Junior (18)

Abram, Anderson, Beste, Henningson, Immerman, Knutson, Mesarie, Mickelson, Miles, Mock, Pappas, Percak-Dennet, Schmidt, Scheff, Sczepanski, Sluzewicz, Solors, Sundby.

Sophomore (20)

Bromm, D. Christensen, Crosby, Dale, DeLange, Gandrud, Hemling, Hrdlicka, Kelly, Kroeplin, G. Lee, J. Lee, Leonhardt, Metz, Melton, NicholasSilvira, Rongstad, Syrstad, B. Wakefield, Zimmerman.

Redshirt Freshman (20)

Abrahamson, Bellinger, Carlson, Duncan, Erickson, Hass, A. Hermes, C. Hermes, Kondziolka, Lutton, L. Miller, Nelson, Oien, Olds, B. Peterson, Plain, Shaver, Swenson, Wright, Young.

Alaska (5)

Johnson, Lutton, Miles, Nicholas-Silvira, Percak-Dennett.

California (1) Mesarie.

Georgia (3)

Freshman (35)

Ackerman, Asmus, Bartholomew, Boelter, Bueckers, S. Christensen, CoenTuff, Cotter, Dowd, Flaata, Franks, Gerding, Hurlbut, Jensen, Jones, Kallroos, Kepler, Kiebler, King, Lepp, Mesarie, Miranda, Natke, Odland, Olson, Paulus, D. Peterson, Pister, Powers, Pulkinen, Reinke, Roelofs, Tidd, Volkman, C. Wakefield.

Bellinger. S. Christensen, Kelly.

Idaho (1) Pulkinen.

Illinois (10)

Quarterback (5)

Edholm, Hass, King, L. Miller, Rongstad.

Bromm, D. Christensen, DeLange, Eagan, Henningson, Kiebler, Kondziolka, J. Lee, Sluzewicz, Young.

Runningback (9)

Iowa (1)

Wide Receiver (17)

Wright.

Kentucky (1) Watkins.

Michigan (1) Natke.

Minnesota (57)

Abrahamson, Abram, Ackerman, Anderson, Asmus, Bartholomew, Battle, Berg, Beste, Boelter, Bueckers, Carlson, Cotter, Crosby, Dowd, Duncan, Edholm, Erickson, Flaata, Franks, Gandrud, Gerding, Hass, A. Hermes, C. Hermes, Hrdlicka, Hurlbut, Immerman, Jones, Kallroos, Kepler, Knutson, G. Lee, Leonhardt, Melton, Metz, Mickelson, Miranda, Nelson, Odland, Oien, Olds, Olson, B. Peterson, D. Peterson, Plain, Powers, Reinke, Roelofs, Scheff, Sczepanski, Shaver, Solors, Sundby, Swenson, Wiener, Wills.

North Dakota (9)

Coen-Tuff, Dale, King, Mock, Parrish, Pister, Roland, Schultz, Syrstad.

Texas (1) Miller.

Washington (1)

Battle, Flaata, Hemling, Jones, Kondziolka, Kroeplin, Miles, Miranda, Solors. Abram, Berg, Duncan, Gandrud, Henningson, A. Hermes, C. Hermes, J. Lee, Lepp, Metz, Natke, B. Peterson, Plain, Schultz, Swenson, Tidd, B. Wakefield.

Tight End (4)

Dale, Franks, Hurlbut, Leonhardt.

Offensive Line (18)

Abrahamson, Anderson, Bartholomew, Boelter, Coen-Tuff, DeLange, Dowd, Erickson, Immerman, Lutton, Melton, Mickelson, Nelson, Odland, Oien, Pappas, Parrish, D. Peterson.

Defensive Line (18)

Beste, Jensen, Kepler, Kiebler, Lardinois, G. Lee, Mesarie, Nicholas-Silvira, Paulus, Pister, Reinke, Roelofs, Shaver, Syrstad, Volkman, Wills, Young, Zimmerman.

Linebacker (15)

Ackerman, Asmus, Bromm, Bueckers, D. Christensen, Crosby, Eagan, Knutson, Mock, Olds, Olson, Percak-Dennett, Sczepanski, Wiener, Wright.

Defensive Back (16)

Ragsdale.

Bellinger, Carlson, S. Christensen, Cotter, Gerding, Hrdlicka, Johnson, Kallroos, Kelly, Powers, Ragsdale, Roland, Scheff, Schmidt, Sluzewicz, Watkins

Wisconsin (14)

Kicker/Punter (3)

Hemling, Jensen, Kroeplin, Lardinois, Lepp, Pappas, Paulus, Rongstad, Schmidt, Tidd, Volkman B. Wakefield, C. Wakefield, Zimmerman

Pulkinen, Sundby, C. Wakefield

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Offense LT 68 Davis Mickelson Jr-2L / 6-5 / 290 64 Jordan Oien Fr-RS / 6-3 / 312 XWR 11 Cameron Abram Jr-2L / 5-9 / 198 4 Adam Berg Sr-3L / 6-2 / 193

LG 63 Brett DeLange So-1L / 6-1 / 300 71 Chris Parrish Sr-3L / 6-0 / 338 JWR 12 Christian Metz So-1L / 5-11 / 172 7 Justin Lee So-1L / 5-8 / 197 JACK (FB) 31 Nate Solors Jr-2L / 5-8 / 228

30 Brent Kondziolka Fr-RS / 6-0 / 219

C 65 Cory Immerman Jr-3L / 6-0 / 285 63 Brett DeLange So-1L / 6-1 / 300 QB 8 Derek Edholm Sr-3L / 6-1 / 201 2 Lance Rongstad So-1L / 6-3 / 205 RB 43 Dustin Kroeplin So-1L / 5-11 / 218 28 Steven Battle Sr-TR / 5-9 / 226 3 Brandon Miles Jr-2L / 5-10 / 195 25 Brad Hemling So-1L / 5-11 /206

RG 73 Jordan Anderson Jr-2L / 6-2 / 313 66 Steve Pappas Jr-2L / 6-3 / 299 YWR 10 Jody Henningson Jr-2L / 5-11 / 197 14 Beau Wakefield So-1L / 5-9 / 173 TE 88 Brian Leonhardt So-1L / 6-5 / 255

RT 50 Alonzo Melton So-1L / 6-4 / 297 67 Tyler Abrahamson Fr-RS / 6-6 / 307 ZWR 9 Andrew Schultz Sr-3L / 6-2 / 198 80 Matt Gandrud So-1L / 6-2 / 208

38 Troy Dale So-1L / 6-0 / 251

Defense

Sam LB 34 George Percak-Dennet Jr-2L / 6-2 / 238 19 Dan Christensen So / 6-1 / 223 Fox CB 6 Sid Johnson Sr-3L / 5-7 / 170 26 Anthony Ragsdale Sr-1L / 5-10 / 184

DE 93 Jordan Lardnois Sr-3L / 6-3 / 253 97 Garrett Lee So-1L / 6-3 / 248 Mike LB 46 Andrew Eagan Sr-3L / 6-3 / 222 35 Alex Mock Jr-2L / 5-10 / 213 Falcon S 5 Dusty Sluzewicz Jr-1L / 5-10 / 221 17 Jake Schmidt Jr-2L / 6-0 / 193

NT 92 Jake Zimmerman So-1L / 6-4 / 277 77 Papapa Nicholas-Silvira So-1L / 6-3 / 323 Will LB 45 Cory Crosby So-1L / 6-0 / 234 42 Jason Bromm So-1L / 6-0 / 214 Hawk S 32 Brody Scheff Jr-2L / 6-0 / 209 1 Jasmine Watkins Sr-TR / 6-2 / 210

DE 90 Rob Wills Sr-3L / 6-3 / 262 96 Josh Beste Jr-2L / 6-1 / 275 Buck LB 20 Blake Sczepanski Jr-1L / 6-0 / 230 15 Luke Knutson Jr-2L / 6-0/ 206 Bullet CB 21 Charles Hrdlicka So-1L / 5-9 / 179 29 Chris Bellinger Fr-RS / 5-9 / 186

P 39 Jesse Sundby Jr-2L / 5-8 / 219 4 Chais Wakefield Fr-HS / 5-7 / 150 KR 12 Christian Metz So-1L / 5-11 / 172

PK 39 Jesse Sundby Jr-2L / 5-8 / 219 4 Chais Wakefield Fr-HS / 5-7 / 150 PR 9 Andrew Schultz Sr-3L / 6-2 / 198

LS 93 Jordan Lardnois Sr-3L / 6-3 / 253 80 Matt Gandrud So-1L / 6-2 / 208

Specialists H 9 Andrew Schultz Sr-3L / 6-2 / 198 14 Beau Wakefield So-1L / 5-9 / 173

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Minot State

Augustana

Game 1: Aug. 26, 2010 // Minot, N.D. (7:00 p.m.) 12th meeting: BSU leads, 10-1 2009: W, 47-20; Bemidji, Minn.

Game 2: Sept. 11, 2010 // Bemidji, Minn. (1:00 p.m.) Fifth meeting: Augie leads 3-1 Last Meeting (1989): L, 50-6

Southwest Minnesota State

Game 3: Sept. 18, 2010 // Marshall, Minn. (6:00 p.m.) 41st meeting: SMSU leads 20-19-1 Last Meeting (2007): W, 28-14; Marshall, Minn.

Schlafke

Rudolph

Lester

Aldrich

Clark

Sauter

Ratekin

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Name:....................................................Minot State University Location:.................................................................Minot, N.D. Founded/Enrollment:............................................ 1913 (3,642) Affiliation/Conference:........... NAIA Division I/ Dakota Athletic Nickname/School Colors:.................... Beavers/ Green & Red Home Field (Surface/Capacity):........................Herb Parker Stadium . .......................................................................................... (Grass/4,500) President: ........................................................Dr. David Fuller Athletic Director:................................................. Rick Hedberg Athletic Phone: ................................................(701) 858-3041

Name: . ..................................................... Augustana College Location:........................................................ Sioux Falls, S.D. Founded/Enrollment:...........................................1800 (1,8,00) Affiliation/Conference:....................... NCAA Division II / NSIC Nickname / School Colors:.................. Vikings / Navy & Gold Home Field (Surface Capacity):................ Kirkeby-Over Stadium .............................................................................(Field Turf/6,000) President: ...............................................................Rob Oliver Athletic Director:....................................................... Bill Gross Athletic Phone: ............................................... (605) 274-4335

Name:......................... Southwest Minnesota State University Location:.......................................................... Marshall, Minn. Founded (Enrollment):..........................................1967 (3,200) Affiliation/Conference:....................... NCAA Division II / NSIC Nickname / Colors:.............Mustangs / Brown & Vegas Gold Home Field:..................Regional Event Center (artificial; 3,000) President:................................................... Dr. David Danahar Athletic Director:...........................................Chris Hmielewski Athletic Phone/Fax: . .......... (507) 537-7271 / (507) 537-6578

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The Beavers

The Vikings

Director: . ......................................................... Michael Linnell SID Phone:.......................................................(701) 858-3681 SID Fax: . .........................................................(701) 858-3136 SID e-mail:....................................michael.linnell@minotstateu Football Press Box: . .......................................(701) 858-3219 Web site:...............................................www.msubeavers.com

2009 record:............................................... 8-3 / 7-1 DAC (1st Starters Returning / Lost:................................................17 / 9 Letterwinners returning / Lost:......................................31 / 16

Assistant Director / Football Contact: .......... Tim Gerszewski SID Phone: ..................................................... (605) 274-4335 SID e-mail:..................................... tim.gerszewski@augie.edu SID Fax: . ........................................................ (605) 274-5298 Football Press Box: . ..................................... (605) 367-7610 Web site:.....................................................www.goaugie.com

First Year of Football / Overall Record:.................. 1920 / N/A 2009 record:.8-4 / 7-3 NSIC (t-3rd overall/t-2nd NSIC South) Letterwinners Returning / Lost:.................................... 48 / 13 Starters Returning / Lost................................................ 15 / 8

Coaching Staff

Coaching Staff

Head Coach:.......................• Paul Rudolph (Minot State ‘88) Record at MSU:......................................... 20-11 (Fourth year) Career Record:..............................................63-58 (13th year) Career vs BSU:....................................................................0-3 Football Phone: ...............................................(701) 858-4450 Assistants:............................................. Austin Dickinson (TE/ OL); Joe Ford (DB); Jeff Engel (DL); Andy Heitkamp (WR/K); Jeff Miller (LB); Josh Kittel (OLB); Mark Kennedy (RB/P)

Head Coach:.............................. • Mike Aldrich (St. Olaf ‘95) Record at MSU:................................................N/A (First year) Career record:................................................................... N/A Career vs BSU:.................................................................. N/A Football Phone: .............................................. (605) 274-5538 Assistants:......... Steve Olinger (OC/QB); Don Pierson (ST/DL); Joe Evenson (OL); Mark Blackburn (OLB); John Van Dam (WR/ Recruiting); Jason Thier (LB/Video); Brett Chambers (Strength & Conditioning); Shane Yates (DB); Joe Nordin (RB)

Top Returnee:................................. • Johnny Lester (Sr, WR)

Top Returnee:......................................... • Joe Clark (Sr, RB)

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Sports Information

Director / Football SID:.............................................Kelly Loft SID Phone:...................................................... (507) 537-7177 Fax:................................................................. (507) 537-6578 SID e-mail:................................................ kelly.loft@smsu.edu Football Press Box: . ........................................................ N/A Web site: ....................................... www.smsumustangs.com

The MUSTANGS

First Year of Football / Overall Record:....... 1968 / 158-264-5 2009 Record:...11-2 / 10-0 NSIC (1st overall/1st NSIC North) Letterwinners Returning.......................................................42 Starters Returning................................................................14

Coaching Staff

Head Coach:......................... • Cory Sauter (Minnesota ‘97)) Record at WSU................................................N/A (First year) Career Record:.................................................................. N/A Record vs BSU:................................................................. N/A Football Phone:............................................... (507) 537-6324 Assistants:.........................................Christian Guenther ( DC/ DB); Danilo Robinson (LB/RC); Jeremy Darveau (OL); Patrick McCarthy (DL); Jake Rourke (WR); Tim Connell (CB); Dominic Mirocke (TE/FB); Matt Paja (Strength & Conditioning) Top Returnee:..................................• Ryan Ratekin (Sr., QB)


Bemidji State Football Minnesota Duluth

UPPER IOWA

CONCORDIA-ST. PAUL

Game 4: Sept. 25, 2010 // Duluth, Minn. (6:00 p.m.) 50th meeting: UMD leads 38-10-1 2009: L, 35-34

Game 5: Oct. 2, 2010 // Bemidji, Minn. (1:00 p.m.) Third meeting: BSU leads 2-0 Last Meeting (2007): W, 56-28; Minneapolis, Minn.

Game 6: Oct. 9, 2010 // St. Paul, Minn. (6:00 p.m.) 12th meeting: BSU leads 6-5 2009: W, 35-20 (Bemidji, Minn.)

Nielson

Shea

Mauer

Odim

Curran

Simon

Quick Facts

Quick Facts

Quick Facts

Name: . .................................. University of Minnesota Duluth Location:............................................................. Duluth, Minn. Founded/Enrollment:..........................................1895 (11,500) Affiliation/Conference:....................... NCAA Division II / NSIC Nickname / School Colors:.............Bulldogs/ Maroon & Gold Home Field:.. Griggs Field at Malosky Stadium (A Turf/4,500) Chancellor: .............................................Dr. Lendley C. Black Athletic Director:...................................................Bob Nielson Athletic Phone / Fax: . ........ (218) 726-8168 / (218) 726-6529

Name:...................................................Upper Iowa University Location:.............................................................Fayette, Iowa Founded (Enrollment):......................................... 1857 (5,700) Affiliation/Conference:....................... NCAA Division II / NSIC Nickname / School Colors:..............Peacocks / Blue & White Home Field:................................ Eb Eischeid Stadium (3,500) President:..............................................................Alan Walker Athletic Director:....................................................David Miller Athletic Phone/Fax: . .......... (563) 425-5700 / (563) 425-5334

Name: . ....................................Concordia University, St. Paul Location:............................................................ St. Paul, Minn Founded (Enrollment):......................................... 1893 (2,514) Affiliation/Conference:....................... NCAA Division II / NSIC Nickname / Colors:............Golden Bears / Navy Blue & Gold Home Field (surface; capacity):... Sea Foam Stadium (turf; 3,500) President:.......................................................Dr. Robert Holst Athletic Director:............................................... Tom Rubbelke Athletic Phone/Fax: . .......... (651) 641-8854 / (651) 641-8787

Sports Information

Sports Information

Director: . ........................................................... Bob Nygaard SID Phone: ..................................................... (218) 726-8191 SID e-mail:............................................ bnygaard@d.umn.edu SID Fax: . ........................................................ (218) 726-6529 Football Press Box: . ...................................... (218) 726-7224 Web site:.............................................www.umdbulldogs.com

Assistant Director / Football SID:..............Howard Thompson SID Phone:...................................................... (563) 425-5307 Fax:................................................................. (563) 425-5334 SID e-mail:...............................................thompsonh@uiu.edu Football Press Box: . ...................................... (563) 425-5877 Web site: ................................. www.upperiowaathletics.com

The bulldogs

The PEACOCKS

First Year of Football / Overall Record:..... 1930 / 429-253-24 2009 record:....11-2 / 10-0 NSIC (1st overall/1st NSIC North) Returning Letterwinners:......................44 (23 0 / 20 D / 1 ST) Letterwinners Lost:...............................27 (11 0 / 15 D / 1 ST) Starters Returning:...................................13 (6 0 / 5 D / 2 ST) Starters Lost:..................................................... 11 ( 5 0 / 6 D)

First Year of Football / Overall Record::............................ N/A 2009 Record:...3-8 / 2-8 NSIC (t-11 overall / 7th NSIC North) Starters Returning:....................................16 (8 0/ 6 D / 2 ST) Starters Lost:........................................................9 (4 O / 5 D)

Coaching Staff

Head Coach:............................ • Bob Nielson (Wartburg ‘82) Record at UMD:.....................................63-21-0 (Eighth year) Career record:.........................................134-54-1 (18th year). Career vs BSU:................................................................... 6-1 Football Phone: .............................................. (218) 726-8718 Assistants:............................... Todd Stroup (DC); Curt Wiese (OC); Peter Lue (OL); Joe Lardinois (DL); Mike McHugh (RB); Tom Howe (OLB); Tyler Yelk (DB)

Head Coach:..........................• Tom Shea (Dakota State ‘72) Record at NSU:...........................................3-8 (Second year) Career record:......................................... 111-92-3 (21st year) Record vs BSU:.................................................................. 0-0 Football Phone................................................ (563) 425-5313 Assistants:.... Brian Frana (OC); Eric Mattson (DC/ILB); Jesse Montalto (QB); Dave Barclay (RB); Allen Conrad (WR); Kevin Loney (DL); Daryl Savage (DB); Conrad Schmitt (DL); Patrick Morris (DB)

Top Returnee:...................................... • Isaac Odim (Sr, RB)

Top Returnee:.....................................• Nate Curran (Sr, CB)

Coaching Staff

Sports Information

Director / Football SID:........................................... Josh Deer SID Phone:..................................................... (651) 641-8893 Fax: ................................................................ (651) 641-8787 SID e-mail:........................................................jdeer@csp.edu Football Press Box: . ...................................... (612) 720-7265 Web site: ........................................www.cugoldenbears.com

The Golden Bears

First Year of Football / Overall Record:....... 1969 / 181-206-2 2009 Record:.3-8 / 3-7 NSIC (10th overall / 5th NSIC South) Starters Returning/Lost:..........................20 (9 0 / 8 D / 3 ST) Starters Lost:.............................................7 (2 0 / 3 D / 2 ST) Players Returning:................................................................66 Players Lost:.........................................................................29

Coaching Staff

Head Coach:.............................•Mark Mauer (Nebraska ‘81) Record at CSP:.......................................32-35 (seventh year). Career record:.........................................32-35 (seventh year). Record vs BSU:.................................................................. 1-5 Football Phone:............................................... (651) 603-6181 Assistants:....Ryan Williams (OC/QB); Oliver Soukup (DC/LB); Derek Branch (OL); Russell Gary (DB); Travis Johansen (DB); Vince Almeda (DL); Josh Tischer (OLB); Tyrone Ruffin (WR); Heath Reynolds (ST) Top Returnee:.................................. • Calvin SImon (Sr, WR)

2010

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MSU Moorhead

University of Mary

NORTHERN STATE

Game 7: Oct. 16, 2010 // Moorhead, Minn. (1:00 p.m.) 77th Meeting: MSUM leads, 43-30-3 2009: W, 38-13; Bemidji, Minn.

Game 8: Oct. 23, 2010 // Bemidji, Minn. (1:00 p.m.) Fifth Meeting: Tied 2-2 2009: W, 21-7; Bismarck, N.D.

Game 9: Oct. 30, 2010 // Bemidji, Minn. (1:00 p.m.) 34th meeting: Tied 16-16-1 2009: W, 41-20; Aberdeen, S.D.

Beard

Schultz

Dosch

Larsen

Lomax

Richardson

Quick Facts

Quick Facts

Quick Facts

Name:..........................Minnesota State University Moorhead Location:....................................................... Moorhead, Minn. Founded/Enrollment:........................................... 1887 (7,500) Affiliation/Conference:....................... NCAA Division II / NSIC Nickname / School Colors:................ Dragons / Red & White Home Field:................. Alex Nemzek Stadium (Grass / 5,000) President:................................................ Dr. Edna Szymanski Athletic Director:...................................................Doug Peters Athletic Phone/Fax: . .......... (218) 477-2622 / (218) 477-2324

Name: . ...................................................... University of Mary Location:.......................................................... Bismarck, N.D. Founded/Enrollment:............................................1959 (2,900) Affiliation/ Conference:...................... NCAA Division lI / NSIC Nickname/School Colors:. Marauders / Royal Blue & Orange Home Field:............................. Bismarck Bowl (FieldTurf / 7,000) President: .......................................................Fr. James Shea Athletic Director:...............................................Roger Thomas Athletic Phone: ............................................... (701) 355-8200

Name: . ...........................................Northern State University Location:.......................................................... Aberdeen, S.D. Founded/Enrollment:............................................1901 (3,000) Affiliation/Conference:....................... NCAA Division II / NSIC Nickname / School Colors:.............. Wolves / Maroon & Gold Home Field:............................... Swisher Field (Grass / 6,000) Chancellor: ................................................... Dr. James Smith Athletic Director:..................................................... Bob Olson Athletic Phone / Fax: . ........ (605) 626-3336 / (605) 626-2238

Sports Information

Sports Information

Sports Information

Director / Football Contact:......................NaDean Schroeder SID Phone:...................................................... (218) 477-2113 SID e-mail:.........................................schroeder@mnstate.edu SID Fax:.......................................................... (218) 477-2550 Football Press Box: . ...................................... (218) 284-0410 Web site: ........................................ www.msumdragons.com

The DRAGONS

First Year of Football / Overall Record:..... 1900 / 396-380-30 2008 Record:.. 2-9 / 1-9 NSIC (12th overall / 6th NSIC North) Letterwinners Returning / Lost..................................... 40 / 15 Starters Returning / Lost................................................ 17 / 5

Coaching Staff

Head Coach:...................• Joel Beard (Wisconsin Stout ‘00) Record at WSC:...............................................N/A (First year) Career Record:.................................................N/A (First year) Record vs BSU:................................................................. N/A Football Phone:................................................ (218)477-2622 Assistants:................................................... Damian Droessler (OC); Brandon Lemer (DC); Travis Anderson (WR); Jacob Topp (OL); Tim Kelly (DL); Omar Young (DB); Robin Abraham (RB): Ralph Micheli (OL); Lance Ancar (TE); Matt Kittelson (Defensive Assistant); Bryce Leggins (Defensive Assistant); Jake Purrier (Student Assistant) Top Returnee:..................................... • Jake Larsen (Sr, LB)

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Director / Footbal Contact: ................................ Brian Larson SID Phone:...................................................... (701) 355-8354 Fax: .............................................................. (701) 355-8302 SID e-mail:.............................................. bslarson@umary.edu. Football Press Box: . ...................................... (701) 361-7904 Web site:.......................................... www.umary.edu/athletics

The Marauders

First Year of Football / Overall Record:............................. N/A 2009 Record:.... 5-6 / 5-5 NSIC (8th overall / 4th NSIC North) Starters Returning / Lost:.................................................. N/A Letterwinners Returning / Lost:......................................... N/A

Coaching Staff

Head Coach:............................... • Myron Schultz (Mary ‘87) Record at UM:............................................. 84-35 (12th year) Career record:.............................................. 84-35 (12th year) Career vs BSU:................................................................... 3-1 Football Phone: .............................................. (701) 355-8230 Assistants:...Mike McMahon (DC); Chris Fisk (OC); Jeff Dockter (DL); Randy Lamberth (RB); Chris Clements (OLB); Gary Cooper (ILB); Ramsey Lambert (DB); Cale Peterson (ILB); Drew Thomas (TE); Jason Challeen (WR) Top Returnee:................................... • Jamal Lomax (Jr, RB)

2010

Director: . ......................................................... Jacque Scoby SID Phone: ..................................................... (605) 626-7748 SID e-mail:................................. Jacque.Scoby@northern.edu SID Fax: . ........................................................ (605) 626-2238 Football Press Box: . ........................................................ N/A Web site:................................... www.nsuwolvesathletics.com

The Wolves

First Year of Football / Overall Record:..... 1903 / 513-353-32 2009 record:.2-9 / 2-8 NSIC (T-11th overall / 5th NSIC North) Starters Returning:..................................14 (8 O / 3 D / 3 ST) Starters Lost:...........................................12 (3 O / 8 D / 1 ST)

Coaching Staff

Head Coach:...................• Tom Dosch (Dickinson State ‘92) Record at NSU:................................................N/A (First year) Career record:...........................................25-14 (Fourth year) Career vs BSU:................................................................... 0-0 Football Phone: .............................................. (605) 626-2007 Assistants:................................................................................ Mark Martin (OC); Tony Case (OL); Austin Flyger (DL); Jason Hoskins (DB); Maia Tupou (RB); Dale Dunlap (OLB); Vince Davis (WR); Brian Mistro (S); Jeff Richter (TE)

Top Returnee:........................ • Montrel Richardson (Sr, RB)


Bemidji State Football St. Cloud State

Game 10: Nov. 6, 2010 // St. Cloud, Minn. (1:00 p.m.) 54th meeting: SCSU leads, 34-16-3 2009: L, 38-27; Bemidji, Minn.

Minnesota, Crookston

NSIC SID Contact List

Game 11: Nov. 13, 2010 // Bemidji, Minn. (1:00 p.m.) 18th meeting: BSU leads 16-1 2009: W, 45-6; Crookston, Minn.

Augustana

Football SID: SID Phone: SID Cell: SID e-mail:

Concordia-St. Paul Football SID: SID Phone: SID Cell: SID e-mail:

U-Mary

Football SID: SID Phone: SID Cell: SID e-mail:

Minnesota, Crookston Football SID: SID Phone: SID Cell: SID e-mail:

Minnesota Duluth Football SID: SID Phone: SID Cell: SID e-mail:

Minnesota State Football SID: SID Phone: SID Cell: SID e-mail:

Underwood

Williams

Stassen

MSU Moorhead

McBride

Quick Facts

Quick Facts

Name: . ..........................................St. Cloud State University Location:........................................................ St. Cloud, Minn. Founded/Enrollment:..........................................1869 (17,686) Affiliation/ Conference:...................... NCAA Division lI / NSIC Nickname/School Colors:.............Huskies / Cardinal & Black Home Field:........................ Husky Stadium (OmniGrass / 4,198) President: .................................................... Dr. Earl H. Potter Athletic Director:............................................. Dr. Morris Kurtz Athletic Phone: ............................................... (320) 308-3102

Name: . ...........................University of Minnesota, Crookston Location:.......................................................Crookston, Minn. Founded (Enrollment):......................................... 1966 (1,300) Affiliation/Conference:....................... NCAA Division II / NSIC Nickname / Colors:.............. Golden Eagles / Maroon & Gold Home Field:...............................................Ed Widseth Field (2,000) President:......................................................... Charles Casey Athletic Director:...................................... Stephanie Helgeson Athletic Phone/Fax: . ...................................... (218) 281-8414

Sports Information

Director / Footbal Contact: .................................Anne Abicht SID Phone:...................................................... (320) 308-2141 Fax: .............................................................. (320) 308-2099 SID e-mail:..................................... aabicht@st.cloudstate.edu Football Press Box: . ........................................................ N/A Web site:................................ www.stcloudstate.edu/athletics

The Huskies

First Year of Football / Overall Record:..... 1920 / 390-349-23 2009 Record:.... 7-4 / 7-3 NSIC (T-3rd overall / 2nd NSIC North) Starters Returning:...................................17 (8 0 / 8 D / 1 ST) Starters Lost:..............................................7 (3 0 / 3 D / 1 ST) Letterwinners Returning:......................................................41 Letterwinners Lost:...............................................................25

Coaching Staff

Sports Information

Director / Football SID:..................................... Mitch Bakken SID Phone:...................................................... (218) 281-8414 Fax: ................................................................ (218) 281-8430 SID e-mail:...............................................bakke044@umn.edu Football Press Box: . ...................................... (218) 281-8037 Web site: ................................ www.goldeneaglessports.com

The Golden Eagles

First Year of Football / Overall Record:....... 1966 / 183-184-3 2009 Record:.. 2-9 / 1-9 NSIC (14th overall / 7th NSIC North) Starters Returning:..............................................16 (8 0 / 8 D) Starters Lost:.........................................................6 (3 0 / 3 D)

Coaching Staff

Head Coach:............... • Scott Underwood (Augustana ‘ 88) Record at UM:.............................................. 14-8 (Third year) Career record:............................................... 14-8 (Third year) Career vs BSU:................................................................... 2-0 Football Phone: .............................................. (320) 308-4113 Assistants:...Doug Patterson (Co-OC/OL; Ian Shoemaker (Co-OC/ QB); Jim Louis (DC/DB); Steve Grimit (DL); Bryon Thomas (RB); Matt Vitzthum (TE); Trey Dill (ILB); Matt McLagan (OLB); Nate Johnson (WR); Dave Hamlin (OL)

Head Coach:....... • Shannon Stassen (Valley City State ‘95) Record at UMC:........................................ 12-74 (Eighth year). Career record:........................................... 12-74 (Eighth year). Record vs BSU:.................................................................. 0-7 Football Phone:............................................... (218) 281-8425 Assistants:....Steve Olson (DL); Scott Butt (OL); Mark Dufner (LB); David Hennings (WR/RB); Justin Schreiber (OC/QB); Jason Kremer (RB); Thomas Williams (TE)

Top Returnee:..................................• Fred Williams (Sr, WR)

Top Returnee:............................... • Keith McBride (So, RB)

2010

Football SID: SID Phone: SID Fax: SID e-mail:

Northern State Football SID: SID Phone: SID Cell: SID e-mail:

St. Cloud State Football SID: SID Phone: SID Cell: SID e-mail:

Southwest Minnesota State Football SID: SID Phone: SID Cell: SID e-mail:

Upper Iowa

Football SID: SID Phone: SID Cell: SID e-mail:

Wayne State (Neb.) Football SID: SID Phone: SID Cell: SID e-mail:

Winona State Football SID: SID Phone: SID Home: SID e-mail:

Tim Gerszewski (605) 274-4335 (605) 376-1333 tim.gerszewski@augie.edu

Josh Deer (612) 720-7265 (612) 720-7265 jdeer@csp.edu

Brian Larson (701) 355-8354 (701) 361-7904 blarson@umary.edu

Mitch Bakken (218) 281-8414 (218) 281-8430 bakke044@mail.crk.umn.edu

Bob Nygaard (218) 726-8191 (218) 341-0524 bnygaard@d.umn.edu

Scott Nelson (507) 389-2625 (507) 995-6331 scott.nelson@mnsu.edu

NaDean Schroeder (218) 477-2113 (218) 477-3291 schroeder@mnstate.edu

Jacque Scoby (605) 626-7748 (712) 260-3998 jacque.scoby@northern.edu

Anne Abicht (320) 308-2141 (320) 309-1847 aabicht@stcloudstate.edu

Kelly Loft (507) 537-7177 (507) 829-5925 loftk@southwestmsu.edu

Howard Thompson (563) 425-5307 (319) 939-0568 thompsonh@uiu.edu

Mike Grosz (402) 375-7326 (402) 640-9580 migrosz1@wsc.edu

TBA (507) 457-5776 (507) 452-6954 TBA

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Aug. 26-28

Sept. 2-4

Sept. 11

Sept. 18

Sept. 25

Oct. 2

Oct. 9

Oct. 16

Oct. 23

Oct. 30

Nov. 6

Open

@ SCSU 1:00 p.m.

@ BSU 1:00 pm

UM 1:00 pm

SMSU 1:00 pm

@ CSP 12:00 pm

NSU 1:00 pm

@ WSU 1:00 pm

@ MSUM 2:00 pm

MSU 2:30 pm

@ WSC 1:00 pm

@ MSU 7:00 pm

Open

AC 1:00 pm

@ SMSU 6:00 pm

@ UMD 6:00 pm

UIU 1:00 pm

@ CSP 6:00 pm

@ MSUM 1:00 pm

UM 1:00 pm

NSU 1:00 pm

@ SCSU 1:00 pm

Open

MSU 2:30 pm

SCSU 6:00 pm

@ NSU 2:30 pm

@ MSU 6:00 pm

AC 12:00 pm

BSU 6:00 pm

@ WSC 1:00 pm

WSU 6:00 pm

@ UMC 1:00 pm

UIU 1:00 pm

@ CSC 12:00 pm

Open

SMSU 2:30 pm

@ AC 1:00 pm

@ SCSU 5:00 pm

UMC 2:30 pm

WSC 2:30 pm

@ UMD 1:00 pm

@ BSU 1:00 pm

MSUM 2:30 pm

@ WSU 1:00 pm

Open

MSU 6:00 pm

@ WSC 1:00 pm

MSU 1:00 pm

MSUM 1:00 pm

@ UM 2:30 pm

@ UIU 1:00 pm

NSU 1:00 pm

@ SCSU 1:00 pm

CSP 1:00 pm

UMD 1:00 pm

Minnesota Duluth

@ CWU 3:00 pm

Open

@ UIU 1:00 pm

WSC 6:00 pm

BSU 6:00 pm

@ MSUM 1:00 pm

WSU 6:00 pm

UM 1:00 pm

@ NSU 2:30 pm

SCSU 1:00 pm

@ UMC 1:00 pm

MSU Moorhead

@ MSSU 6:00 pm

Open

@ WSU 1:00 pm

UIU 1:00 pm

@ UMC 1:00 pm

UMD 1:00 pm

@ SMSU 6:00 pm

BSU 1:00 pm

AC 2:00 pm

@ UM 2:30 pm

@ NSU 1:00 pm

Northern State

Open

@ SMSU 6:00 pm

MSU 1:00 pm

CSP 2:30 pm

@ WSC 1:00 pm

SCSU 2:30 pm

@ AC 2:30 pm

@ UMC 1:00 pm

UMD 2:30 pm

@ BSU 1:00 pm

MSUM 1:00 pm

St. Cloud State

Open

@ AC 1:00 pm

@ CSP 6:00 pm

WSU 6:00 pm

UM 5:00 pm

@ NSU 2:30 pm

@ MSU 1:00 pm

SMSU 1:00 pm

UMC 1:00 pm

@ UMD 1:00 pm

BSU 1:00 pm

SW Minnesota State

Open

NSU 6:00 pm

@ UM 2:30 pm

BSU 6:00 pm

@ AC 1:00 pm

WSC 6:00 pm

MSUM 6:00 pm

@ SCSU 1:00 pm

@ UIU 1:00 pm

WSU 4:30 pm

@ MSU 1:00 pm

Upper Iowa

Open

@ TAMC 6:00 pm

UMD 1:00 pm

@ MSUM 1:00 pm

WSU 1:00 pm

@ BSU 1:00 pm

UMC 1:00 pm

@ MSU 1:00 pm

SMSU 1:00 pm

@ CSP 1:00 pm

@ CSP 1:00 pm

Game 5

NSIC Opponents Augustana Bemidji State Concordia-St. Paul U. of Mary Minnesota, Crookston

Non-Conf.

Game 1

Game 2

Game 3

Game 4

Minot (N.D.) State

Aug. 26 @ Bemidji State

Sept. 4 @ Con.-St. Paul

Sept. 11 Open

Sept. 18 @ Sept. 25 Mayville State Valley City State

Game 6

Game 7

Game 8

Game 9

Game 10

Game 11

Oct. 2 @ Jamestown

Oct. 9 @ Dakota State

Oct. 16 S.D. Mines

Oct. 23 @ Black Hills State

Oct. 30 @ Dickinson St.

Nov. 8 DAC Jamboree

2010 Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Composite Schedule Thursday, August 26

MSU Moorhead @ Missouri Southern State 6:00 p.m. BEMIDJI STATE @ Minot State 7:00 p.m.

Saturday, August 28

U-Mary (N.D.) @ Chadron State Winona State @ Carson-Newman Minnesota Duluth @ Central Washington

12:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m.

Thursday, September 2

Northern Michigan @ Mnnesota State Mayville State @ Minnesota, Crookston • Northern State @ SW Minnesota State

6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m.

• St. Cloud State @ Augustana Minot State @ Concordia-St. Paul Upper Iowa @ Texas A&M Commerce

1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m.

Saturday, September 4

Saturday, September 11

• MSU Moorhead @ Winona State 1:00 p.m. • Augustana @ BEMIDJI STATE 1:00 p.m. • Minnesota State @ Northern State 1:00 p.m. • Minnesota Duluth @ Upper Iowa 1:00 p.m. • Minnesota, Crookston @ Wayne State (Neb.) 1:00 p.m. • SW Minnesta State @ U-Mary (N.D.) 2:30 p.m. • St. Cloud State @ Concordia-St. Paul 6:00 p.m.

Saturday, September 18

• Upper Iowa @ MSU Moorhead • Minnesota State @ Minnesota, Crookston • U-Mary (N.D.) @ Augustana • Concordia-St. Paul @ Northern State • Wayne State (Neb.) @ Minnesota Duluth • BEMIDJI STATE @ SW Minnesota State • Winona State @ St. Cloud State

1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m.

Saturday, September 25

• MSU Moorhead @ Minnesota, Crookston 1:00 p.m. • Winona State @ Upper Iowa 1:00 p.m.

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• SW Minnesota State @ Augustana • Northern State @ Wayne State (Neb.) • U-Mary (N.D.) @ St. Cloud State • Concordia-St. Paul @ Minnesota State • BEMIDJI STATE @ Minnesota Duluth

Saturday, October 2

• Augustana @ Concordia, St. Paul • Minnesota Duluth @ MSU Moorhead • Upper Iowa @ BEMIDJI STATE • Minnesota, Crookston @ U-Mary (N.D.) • St. Cloud State @ Northern State • Minnesota State @ Winona State • Wayne State (Neb.) @ SW Minnesota State

Saturday, October 9

• St. Cloud State @ Minnesota State • Minnesota, Crookston @ Upper Iowa • Northern State @ Augustana • Wayne State (Neb.) @ U-Mary (N.D.) • Winona State @ Minnesota Duluth • MSU Moorhead @ SW Minnesota State • BEMIDJI STATE @ Concordia-St. Paul

Saturday, October 16

• BEMIDJI STATE @ Msu Moorhead • Augustana @ Winona State • Upper Iowa @ Minnesota State • Northern State @ Minnesota, Crookston • SW Minnesota State @ St. Cloud State • U-Mary (N.D.) @ Minnesota Duluth • Concordia-St. Paul @ Wayne State (Neb.)

Saturday, October 23

• U-Mary (N.D) @ BEMIDJI STATE • SW Minnesota State @ Upper Iowa • Minnesota, Crookston @ St. Cloud State • Minnesota State @ Wayne State (Neb.) • Augustana @ MSU Moorhead

2010

1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m.

1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m.

• Minnesota Duluth @ Northern State • Winona State @ Concordia-St. Paul

Saturday, October 30

• Northern State @ BEMIDJI STATE • Concordia-St. Paul @ Minnesota, Crookston • Wayne State (Neb.) @ Upper Iowa • Minnesota State @ Augustana • St. Cloud State @ Minnesota Duluth • MSU Moorhead @ U-Mary (N.D.) • Winona State @ SW Minnesota State

2:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m.

Saturday, November 6

• U-Mary (N.D.) @ Winona State 1:00 p.m. • SW Minnesota State @ Minnesota State 1:00 p.m. • MSU Moorhead @ Northern State 1:00 p.m. • Minnesota Duluth @ Minnesota, Crookston 1:00 p.m. • BEMIDJI STATE @ St. Cloud State 1:00 p.m. • Augustana @ Wayne State (Neb.) 1:00 p.m. • Upper Iowa @ Concordia-St. Paul 1:00 p.m.

Saturday, November 13

• Wayne State (Neb.) @ Winona State 1:00 p.m. • Minnesota Duluth @ Minnesota State 1:00 p.m. • Minnesota, Crookston @ BEMIDJI STATE 1:00 p.m. • Upper Iowa @ Augustana 1:00 p.m. • Concordia-St. Paul @ SW Minnesota State 1:00 p.m. • St. Cloud State @ MSU Moorhead 2:00 p.m. • Northern State @ U-Mary (N.D.) 2:30 p.m.

Saturday, December 4

44th Annual Mineral Water Bowl Excelsior Springs, Mo. NSIC Team (TBD) vs. MIAA Team (TBD

TBA


Bemidji State Football MInot State Bemidji State

20 47

August 27, 2009 Bemidji, Minn. - Chet Anderson Stadium Attendance: 3,256

Bemidji State 34 (10) Minnesota State 37

(20) Winona State 19 Bemidji State 24

Sept. 5, 2009 Mankato, Minn. - Blakeslee Stadium Attendance: 3,849

Sept. 12, 2009 Bemidji, Minn. - Chet Anderson Stadium Attendance: 1,494

Scoring Summary

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3

4

Final

Scoring Summary

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2

3

4

Scoring Summary

1

2

3

4

Final

Minot State (0-1)

7

0

6

7

20

Bemidji State (1-1; 0-1)

3

7

21

0

OT Final 3

34

Winona State (2-1; 1-1)

7

6

0

6

19

Bemidji State (0-1)

14 13 13

7

47

Minn. State (2-0; 1-0)

7

7

7

10

6

37

Bemidji State (2-1; 1-1)

3

7

7

7

24

3-0 3-7 3-14 10-14 17-14 17-21 24-21 31-21 31-24 31-31 34-31 34-37

1 06:39 BSU - Sundby 31 yd field goal 0-3 04:05 WSU - Alexander 26 yd pass from Preston (Fahey kick) 7-3 2 03:09 BSU - Kroeplin1 yd run (Sundby kick) 7-10 00:44 WSU - Engel 25 yd pass from Preston (Fahey kick failed) 13-10 3 02:30 BSU - Edholm 9 yd run (Sundby kick) 13-17 4 12:56 BSU - Schultz 10 yd pass from Edholm (Sundby kick) 13-24 05:39 WSU - Simmons 1 yd run (Preston pass failed) 19-24

1 05:36 BSU - Kroeplin 2 yd run (Sundby rush fumbld) 0-6 04:21 MINOT - Lester 26 yd pass from Meier (Levnaich kick) 7-6 00:00 BSU - Edholm 10 yd run (Kroeplin rush) 7-14 2 10:21 BSU - Kroeplin 2 yd run (Sundby kick) 7-21 03:15 BSU - Leonhardt 2 yd pass from Edholm (Sundby kick failed) 7-27 3 10:20 MINOT - Levnaich 43 yd field goal 10-27 09:02 BSU - Edholm 27 yd run (Sundby kick failed) 10-33 00:16 MINOT - Levnaich 33 yd field goal 13-33 00:00 BSU - Rongstad 46 yd run (Sundby kick) 13-40 4 11:40 MINOT - Lester 31 yd pass from James (Levnaich kick) 20-40 06:38 BSU - Ragsdale 66 yd INT return (Sundby, Jesse kick) 20-47

1 08:12 BSU - Sundby 27 yd field goal 04:32 MSU - Walker 6 yd run (Brockshus kick) 2 14:57 MSU - Walker 1 yd run (Brockshus kick) 04:52 BSU - Edholm 8 yd run (Sundby kick) 3 11:40 BSU - Edholm 5 yd run (Sundby kick) 09:39 MSU - Flury 11 yd pass from Pachan (Brockshus kick) 05:39 BSU - Wills 15 yd int. return (Sundby kick) 00:24 BSU - Edholm 2 yd run (Sundby kick) 4 09:58 MSU - Brockshus 29 yd field goal 00:28 MSU - Nowlin 35 yd pass from Pachan (Brockshus kick) OT 00:00 BSU - Sundby, Jesse 34 yd field goal 00:00 MSU - Walker 18 yd run

Team Statistics

Team Statistics

Team Statistics MSU

BSU Team Statistics

Team Statistics

MSU Team Statistics WSU

BSU

BSU

23 51-293 103 14-7-1 65-396 0-0 3-6 4-81 1-66 4-33.5 3-0 2-32 32:00 8 of 12 0 of 0 4-4 1-6 3-6 0-0

FIRST DOWNS 23 20 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 61-227 31-144 PASSING YDS (NET) 83 261 Passes Att-Comp-Int. 19-12-1 28-14-1 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YRDS 80-310 59-405 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 2-(-)5 Kickoff Returns-Yards 5-65 6-118 Interception Returns-Yards 1-15 1-12 Punts (Number-Avg) 4-35.0 3-43.7 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 4-3 Penalties-Yards 4-20 5-58 Possession Time 41:40 18:20 Third-Down Conversions 7 of 17 4 of 9 Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 2 0 of 0 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 4-4 4-6 Sacks By: Number-Yards 0-0 2-11 PAT Kicks 4-4 4-4 Field Goals 2-3 1-1

FIRST DOWNS 15 23 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 28-83 47-145 PASSING YDS (NET) 195 120 Passes Att-Comp-Int 23-12-0 24-13-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YDS 51-278 71-265 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 1-14 3-13 Kickoff Returns-Yards 4-72 4-49 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 3-22.3 3-36.7 Fumbles-Lost 2-0 1-0 Penalties-Yards 4-30 5-44 Possession Time 23:54 36:06 Third-Down Conversions 6 of 12 9 of 15 Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 2 1 of 1 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 1-2 4-4 Sacks By: Number-Yards 3-27 3-23 PAT Kicks 1-2 3-3 Field Goals 0-1 1-1

Kickoff time: 7:00 pm Elapsed time: 2:40 Officials: Referee: Mike Budion; Umpire: Jeremy Barbe; Linesman: Jay McGivern; Line judge: Scott Forbes; Back judge: Greg Brown; Field judge: Steven Wolvin; Side judge: Chad Crosby

Kickoff time: 6:00 pm Elapsed time: 2:56 Officials: Referee: Bob Zahradka; Umpire: Pete Larkin; Linesman: Pete Vrieze; Line judge: Jeff Linehan; Back judge: George Drouches; Field judge: Chris Riba; Side judge: Jim Johnson.

Kickoff time: 1:00 pm Elapsed time: 2:30 Officials: Referee: Dave Lundquist; Umpire: Tim McGowan; Linesman: John Page; Line judge: Scott Hill; Back judge: Tom Stephan; Field judge: Davis Wittman; Side judge: Pat Millinovich.

FIRST DOWNS 13 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 29-69 PASSING YDS (NET) 147 Passes Att-Comp-Int 30-12-1 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YDS 59-216 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 1-14 Kickoff Returns-Yards 8-183 Interception Returns-Yards 1-34 Punts (Number-Avg) 6-36.7 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 Penalties-Yards 4-51 Possession Time 28:00 Third-Down Conversions 2 of 14 Fourth-Down Conversions 2 of 3 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 1-2 Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-3 PAT Kicks: 2-2 Field Goals: 2-3

Temperature: 76; Wind: SSE 7mph; Weather: Beautiful Temperature: 71; Wind: NW 9; Weather: Humid, light rain

Individual Statistics RUSHING (att-yds):

Individual Statistics

Individual Statistics

RUSHING (att-yds):

BSU-Edholm 26-116; Kroeplin 15-67; Rongstad 9-30; Lee 6-19; Hemling 2-5; Henningson 1-4; TEAM MSU-Schatz 16-41; Youngren 12-34; Meier 1-minus 6. 1-minus 1; Sundby 1-minus 13. MSU-Walker 10-73; BSU-Kroeplin 23-108; Edholm 10-74;Rongstad 4-47; Aberg 13-61; Phipps 5-8; Pachan 1-7; Fick 2-minus 5. Lee 2-33; Solors 4-20; Hemling 4-11;Sczepanski 2-3; TEAM 2-minus 3. PASSING (att-comp-INT-yds): BSU-Edholm 10-16-1-69; Rongstad 2-3-0-14. MSUPASSING (att-comp-INT-yds): Fick 8-15-0-133; Pachan 6-13-1-128. MSU-Meier 6-18-0-67; James 6-12-1-80. BSU-Edholm 6-10-0-88; Rongstad 1-4-1-15. RECEIVING (rec-yds): BSU-Henningson 4-30; Lee 4-26; Schultz Andrew 2-16; RECEIVING (rec-yds): Leonhardt 1-7; Berg 1-4. MSU-Balton 5-66; Nowlin MSU-Lester, Johnny 5-97; Rudolph, Zac 2-20; Youn3-85; Flury 3-57; Luedtke 3-53. gren 2-9; Hollinger 1-16; Mason 1-3; Schatz 1-2. BSUAbram 2-46; Lee, 1-19; Wakefield 1-15; Schultz1-12; INTERCEPTIONS (no-yds): Metz 1-9; Leonhardt 1-2. BSU-Wills 1-15. MSU-Graves 1-12.

INTERCEPTIONS (no-yds):

Temperature: 67; Wind: S 6mph; Weather: Overcast-Humid

FUMBLES:

RUSHING (att-yds):

WSU-Simmons 16-62; Dewberry 3-12; Preston 9-9. BSU-Rongstad 11-71; Kroeplin 15-55; Edholm 15-13; Lee 2-3; Solors 2-2; Sczepanski 1-2; TEAM 1-minus 1.

PASSING (att-comp-INT-yds):

WSU-Preston 12-23-0-195. BSU-Edholm 12-19-0108; Rongstad 1-4-0-12; TEAM 0-1-0-0.

RECEIVING (rec-yds):

WSU-Engel 4-60; Jundt 4-51; Alexander 3-80; Adams 1-4. BSU-Lee 3-32; Schultz 2-20; Leonhardt, 2-19; Henningson 2-15; Abram 1-18; Berg 1-11; Solors 1-7; Kroeplin 1-minus 2.

INTERCEPTIONS (no-yds): WSU-none. BSU-none.

FUMBLES:

BSU-Rongstad 1-0. MSU-Aberg 2-1; Phipps 1-1; Fick 1-1.

FUMBLES:

SACKS (UA-A):

BSU-None. MSU-Thomas 1-0; Fehlberg 1-0.

WSU-Perkette 1-0; Kaderly 1-0; White 1-0. BSU-Wills 0-2; Lardinois 1-0; Anderson 0-1; Percak-Dennett 0-1.

MSU-Kizima 1-34. BSU-Ragsdale 1-66. MSU-Youngren 1-1. BSU-Kroeplin 2-0; Lee 1-0.

SACKS (UA-A):

MSU-Pope 1-0. BSU-Wick 1-0.

TACKLES (UA-A, min 5):

TACKLES (UA-A, min 5):

MSU-Kessler 6-6; Pope 4-6; Awalt 4-3; Weidler 1-6; Weidler 2-4; Pease 1-5; Sorenson 1-4. BSU-Wills 4-2; Knutson 1-4; Scheff 0-5.

BSU-Eagan, Andrew 5-4; Scheff, Brody 5-4. MSUFehlberg 6-7; Hamilton 8-2; McQuiston 3-7; Schmid 2-7; Thomas 5-3; Jones 2-6; Graves 3-4; Earl 2-5; Klug 2-4; Rodgers 5-0.

WSU-Norgaard 1-0; Preston 1-0. BSU-Edholm 1-0.

SACKS (UA-A):

TACKLES (UA-A, min 5):

WSU-Dummer 4-9; White 6-6; Gaulke 1-7; Norgaard 3-4; Perkette 2-5; Williams 3-3; Charlson 0-6; Jirgl 0-6; Rothwell 1-4. BSU-Eagan 2-7; Scheff 5-2; Ragsdale 4-2; Anderson 1-5; Percak-Dennett 2-3; Sluzewicz 2-3.

2010

BEAVER FOOTbALL

35


MSU Moorhead Bemidji State

13 38

Bemidji State Northern State

Sept. 19, 2009 Bemidji, Minn. - Chet Anderson Stadium Attendance: 1,518

1

2

3

4

Final

MSU Moorhead (1-3; 0-3)

3

3

0

7

15

Bemidji State (3-1; 2-1)

3

14

14

7

38

Team Statistics

Team Statistics MSUM

FIRST DOWNS 17 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 33--11 PASSING YDS (NET) 289 Passes Att-Comp-Int 35-22-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YDS 68-278 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 1-1 Kickoff Returns-Yards 7-173 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 5-31.6 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 Penalties-Yards 4-20 Possession Time 30:43 Third-Down Conversions 4 of 14 Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 2-4 Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-3 PAT Kicks 4-4 Field Goals 2-3

Oct. 3, 2009 Bemidji, Minn. - Chet Anderson Stadium Attendance: 1,684

Sept. 26, 2009 Aberdeen, S.D. - Swisher Field Attendance: 1,263

Scoring Summary

1 09:31 BSU - Sundby 34 yd field goal 00:18 MSUM - Mattson 28 yd field goal 2 12:41 BSU - Kroeplin 27 yd run (Sundby kick) 10:52 BSU - Schultz 5 yd pass from Edholm (Sundby kick) 00:00 MSUM - Mattson 47 yd field goal 3 05:13 BSU - Lee 25 yd run (Sundby kick) 03:19 BSU - Rongstad 52 yd run (Sundby kick) 4 04:23 BSU - Solors 13 yd pass from Edholm (Sundby kick) 01:16 MSUM - Taffe 2 yd run (Mattson kick)

St. Cloud State Bemidji State

42 20

0-3 3-3 3-10 3-17 6-17 6-24 6-31 6-38 13-38

Scoring Summary

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3

4

Final

Bemidji State (4-1; 3-1)

7

21

14

0

42

Northern State (0-5; 0-4)

0

7

0

13

20

Scoring Summary

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2

3

4

Final

St. Cloud State (4-1; 3-1)

14

14

7

3

38

Bemidji State (4-2; 3-2)

7

13

7

0

27

1 10:56 BSU - Kroeplin 3 yd run (Sundby kick) 7-0 2 14:20 BSU - Kroeplin 1 yd run (Sundby kick) 14-0 08:15 NSU - Fiegler 1 yd run (Parrott kick) 14-7 04:07 BSU - Leonhardt 9 yd pass from Edholm (Sundby kick) 21-7 01:11 BSU - Edholm 23 yd run (Sundby kick) 28-7 3 11:26 BSU - Schultz 12 yd pass from Edholm (Sundby kick) 35-7 08:38 BSU - Solors 11 yd run (Sundby kick) 42-7 4 05:46 NSU - McGruder 24 yd pass from Fiegler (Des Lauriers failed) 42-13 01:52 NSU - Hanley 29 yd pass from Fiegler (Parrott kick) 42-20

1 12:45 BSU - Rongstad 47 yd run (Sundby kick) 0-7 07:53 SCSU - Allery 13 yd pass from Watkins(Delgado kick) 7-7 04:38 SCSU - Williams 10 yd pass from Watkins (Delgado kick) 14-7 2 14:12 SCSU - Williams 6 yd pass from Watkins (Delgado kick) 21-7 10:22 BSU - Henningson 9 yd pass from Rongstad (Sundby blkd) 21-13 05:07 SCSU - Geiss 4 yd run (Delgado kick) 28-13 01:34 BSU - Leonhardt 3 yd pass from Edholm (Sundby, kick) 28-20 3 14:29 SCSU - Allery 43 yd pass from Watkins (Delgado kick) 35-20 09:18 BSU - Kroeplin 25 yd pass from Edholm (Sundby kick) 35-27 4 08:09 SCSU - Aldridge 22 yd field goal 38-27

Team Statistics

Team Statistics

BSU Team Statistics

BSU

NSU Team Statistics

SCSU

BSU

15 39-250 99 13-9-0 52-349 1-6 3-22 3-66 0-0 3-50.0 3-1 2-20 29:17 7 of 12 0 of 0 4-5 6-36 4-4 1-1

FIRST DOWNS 22 13 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 51-271 25-72 PASSING YDS (NET) 158 184 Passes Att-Comp-Int 15-11-1 32-18-1 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YDS 66-429 57-256 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 4-54 2-19 Kickoff Returns-Yards 3-39 7-161 Interception Returns-Yards 1-25 1-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 2-39.5 6-43.2 Fumbles-Lost 2-0 1-1 Penalties-Yards 6-45 3-16 Possession Time 33:28 26:32 Third-Down Conversions 5 of 11 6 of 14 Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 2 0 of 0 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 5-5 2-2 Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-14 1-3 PAT Kicks 6-6 2-2 Field Goals 0-1 0-0

FIRST DOWNS 16 17 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 41-49 33-120 PASSING YDS (NET) 215 221 Passes Att-Comp-Int 25-18-1 35-19-1 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YDS 66-264 68-341 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 4-37 3-6 Kickoff Returns-Yards 4-89 6-147 Interception Returns-Yards 1-50 1-9 Punts (Number-Avg) 5-37.2 5-42.8 Fumbles-Lost 2-0 4-1 Penalties-Yards 4-26 3-35 Possession Time 31:34 28:26 Third-Down Conversions 5 of 15 5 of 15 Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 2 2 of 4 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 5-6 2-2 Sacks By: Number-Yards 3-14 6-33 PAT Kicks 5-5 3-4 Field Goals 1-1 0-0

Kickoff time: 1:00 pm Elapsed time: 2:31 Officials: Referee: Bob Zahradka; Umpire: Pete Larkin; Linesman: Pete Vrieze; Line judge: Jeff Linehan; Back judge: George Drouches; Field judge: Chris Riba; Side judge: Jim Johnson.

Kickoff time: 2:30 pm Elapsed time: 2:40 Officials: Referee: Jim Harty; Umpire: Dan Schneibel; Linesman: Kim Anderson; Line judge: Eugene Lang; Back judge: Tom Harty; Field judge: Doug Hogan; Side judge: Craig Blumhardt.

Kickoff time: 1:00 pm Elapsed time: 2:52 Officials: Referee: Dave Lundquist; Umpire: Tim McGowan; Linesman: John Paige; Line judge: Scott Hill; Back judge: Tom Stephan; Field judge: Matt Kukar; Side judge: Pat Milinovich.

Temperature: 82; Wind: SSW 13mph; Weather: Sunny

Temperature: 68; Wind: S 10-15 mph; Weather: Sunny & Breezy

Temperature: 43 F; Wind: NNE 7 mph; Weather: Cloudy, Light rain

Individual Statistics

Individual Statistics

Individual Statistics

MSUM-Gilles 11-31; McWilliams 7-12; Taffe 3-11; Small III 1-2; Scharpf 1-minus 7; Fry 10-minus 60. BSU-Kroeplin 14-98; Rongstad 6-83; Lee 4-49; Edholm 10-14; Solors 2-7; Sczepanski 1-1; TEAM 2-minus 2.

BSU-Kroeplin 18-112; Rongstad 12-69; Edholm 3-32; Solors 6-29; Hemling 7-26; Johnsrud 1-5; Lee 1-4; TEAM 1-minus 1; Sczepanski 2-minus 5. NSURichardson 9-62; Fiegler 6-4; Henry 3-3; McGruder 2-2; Morrison 5-1.

SCSU-Geiss 25-64; Steward 3-8;Geissler 2-6; TEAM 1-minus 1; Watkins 10-minus 28. BSU-Rongstad 12-96; Kroeplin 6-20; Edholm 12-16; Lee 2-0; Melton 0-9.

RUSHING (att-yds):

RUSHING (att-yds):

PASSING (att-comp-INT-yds):

PASSING (att-comp-INT-yds):

RECEIVING (rec-yds):

RECEIVING (rec-yds):

INTERCEPTIONS (no-yds):

INTERCEPTIONS (no-yds):

FUMBLES:

FUMBLES:

MSUM-Fry 20-28-0-265; Pluta 2-7-0-24. BSU-Edholm 8-11-0-78; Rongstad 1-2-0-21.

MSUM-Scharpf 7-75; Johnson 6-77; Small III 2-27; Gilles 2-17; Davidson 1-44; Marlowe 1-27; Mandeville 1-13; Birr 1-11; McWilliams 1-minus 2. BSU-Abram 3-51; Solors 2-19; Lee 2-3; Henningson 1-21; Schultz 1-5. MSUM-none. BSU-none.

BSU-Sczepanski 1-0; Solors 1-0. NSU-Fiegler 1-1.

SACKS (UA-A):

MSUM-Dawson 0-1; Pryor 0-1. BSU-Lardinois 2-0; Anderson 2-0; Wills 0-1; Percak-Dennett 0-1; McMartin 1-0. MSUM-Larsen 3-11; Swart 1-5; Larson 2-3. BSUHrdlicka 3-6; Anderson 3-5; Mock 1-7; Wills 2-4; Scheff 2-4; Lardinois 4-1.

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BEAVER FOOTbALL

BSU-Lee 2-64; Berg 2-28; Henningson 2-21; Schultz 2-20; Solors 1-13; Leonhardt 1-9; Abram 1-3. NSU-Richardson 7-68; Migdal 3-30; Hanley 2-40; Morrison 2-1; McGruder 1-24; DesLauriers 1-11; Aho 1-9; Nance 1-1. BSU-Wills 1-25. NSU-Henderson 1-0.

MSUM-Fry 2-1. BSU-Edholm 3-1.

TACKLES (UA-A, min 5):

BSU-Edholm 6-10-1-70; Rongstad 5-5-0-88. NSUFiegler 18-32-1-184.

SACKS (UA-A):

BSU-Christensen 1-0. NSU-Mulkey 0-1; Henderson 0-1.

TACKLES (UA-A, min 5):

BSU-Sluzewicz 5-2; Crosby 2-4; Eagan 3-2. NSUAlvarez 6-4; Olerud 4-5; Carvajal 5-2; Capers 3-4; Fahnhorst 4-1; Hurd 4-1; Wanner 3-2; Mulkey 1-4.

2010

RUSHING (att-yds):

PASSING (att-comp-INT-yds):

SCSU-Watkins 18-25-1-215. BSU-Edholm 17-31-1200; Rongstad 2-4-0-21.

RECEIVING (rec-yds):

SCSU-Williams 8-86; Allery 5-83; NuQuay 2-13; Geiss 2-10; Angellotti 1-23. BSU-Kroeplin 4-51; Berg 3-35; Henningson 3-30; Schultz 3-22; Lee 3-16; Leonhardt 2-10; Abram 1-57.

INTERCEPTIONS (no-yds):

SCSU-Hansmann 1-50. BSU-Scheff 1-9.

FUMBLES:

SCSU-Kubes 1-0; Geiss 1-0. BSU-Rongstad 2-0; Schultz 1-1; Edholm 1-0.

SACKS (UA-A):

SCSU-Godfredsen 2-0; Schwartz 0-1; Cole 0-1. BSUAnderson 2-2; Percak-Dennett 1-1; Wills 1-1; Wick 0-1; Lardinois 0-1.

TACKLES (UA-A, min 5):

SCSU-Hansmann 5-5; Bradden 5-4; Kubes 4-5; Niedfeldt 3-5; Denne 1-4. BSU-Anderson 3-13; Scheff 5-9; Eagan 3-7; Crosby 3-5; Percak-Dennett 3-4; Sluzewicz 3-2.


Bemidji State Football (14) Wayne State Bemidji State

10 21

Bemidji State Minn., Crookston

October 10, 2009 Bemidji, Minn. - Chet Anderson Stadium Attendance: 1,069

45 6

(7) Minnesota Duluth 35 Bemidji State 34

Oct. 17, 2009 Crookston, Minn. - Ed Widseth Field Attendance: 486

October 24, 2009 Bemidji, Minn. - Chet Anderson Stadium Attendance: 1,435

Scoring Summary

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4

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Scoring Summary

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3

4

Final

Scoring Summary

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2

3

4

Final

Wayne State (5-2;4-2)

0

3

7

0

10

Bemidji State (6-2; 5-2)

14

6

13

12

45

Minn. Duluth (8-1;8-0)

7

14

7

7

35

Bemidji State (5-2;4-2)

0

7

0

14

21

Minn., Crookston (1-7; 0-7)

0

0

6

0

6

Bemidji State (6-3;5-3)

0

14

0

20

34

2 14:46 WSC - Hope 34 yd field goal 3-0 06:21 BSU - Leonhardt 22 yd pass from Edholm (Sundby kick) 3-7 3 06:44 WSC - Fluellen 7 yd run (Hope kick) 10-7 4 13:59 BSU - Kroeplin 3 yd run (Sundby kick) 10-14 02:15 BSU - Henningson 23 yd pass from Edholm (Sundby kick) 10-21

1 13:46 BSU - Leonhardt 21 yd pass from Edholm (Sundby kick) 7-0 07:53 BSU - Leonhardt 15 yd pass from Edholm (Sundby kick) 14-0 2 14:24 BSU - Leonhardt 21 yd pass from Edholm (Sundby failed) 20-0 3 11:44 BSU - Metz 10 yd pass from Edholm (Sundby failed) 26-0 06:25 UMC - Williams 9 yd pass from Ennis (Myers blockd) 26-6 03:15 BSU - Berg 13 yd pass from Edholm (Sundby kick) 33-6 4 12:08 BSU - Kroeplin 3 yd run (Sundby failed) 39-6 00:00 BSU - Hemling 2 yd run 45-6

1 04:05 UMD - Odim 11 yd run (Nadeau kick) 7-0 2 06:38 UMD - Vogler 7 yd run (Nadeau kick) 14-0 02:31 BSU - Schultz 32 yd pass from Edholm (Sundby kick) 14-7 01:14 UMD - Vogler 14 yd run (Nadeau kick) 21-7 01:00 BSU - Abram 64 yd pass from Edholm (Sundby kick) 21-14 3 05:47 UMD - Odim 3 yd run (Nadeau kick) 28-14 4 03:14 BSU - Metz 10 yd pass from Edholm (Sundby kick) 28-21 01:40 BSU - Kroeplin 56 yd pass from Edholm (Sundby kick) 28-28 01:29 UMD - Winfield 84 yd kickoff return (Nadeau kick) 35-28 00:00 BSU - Henningson 32 yd pass from Edholm (Sundby kick failed) 35-34

Team Statistics

Team Statistics

Team Statistics

Team Statistics WSC

BSU Team Statistics

BSU

UMC Team Statistics UMD

BSU

FIRST DOWNS 9 23 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 19-56 64-181 PASSING YDS (NET) 150 143 Passes Att-Comp-Int 26-12-0 21-12-1 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YDS 45-206 85-324 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 2--5 2-19 Kickoff Returns-Yards 4-78 3-29 Interception Returns-Yards 1-9 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 4-37.2 3-35.7 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 2-0 Penalties-Yards 2-25 5-58 Possession Time 15:54 44:06 Third-Down Conversions 1 of 9 13 of 21 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 3 3 of 4 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 2-3 1-1 Sacks By: Number-Yards 2-12 1-9 PAT Kicks: 2-2 3-6 Field Goals: 2-3 0-0

FIRST DOWNS 24 13 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 49-276 25-100 PASSING YDS (NET) 179 85 Passes Att-Comp-Int 15-11-1 25-12-3 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YDS 64-455 50-185 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 1-7 Kickoff Returns-Yards 1-8 5-63 Interception Returns-Yards 3-29 1-17 Punts (Number-Avg) 1-39.0 3-22.0 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 0-0 Penalties-Yards 7-75 4-30 Possession Time 36:22 23:38 Third-Down Conversions 10 of 12 4 of 12 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 0 0 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 6-6 1-1 Sacks By: Number-Yards 2-9 0-0 PAT Kicks 3-6 0-1 Field Goals 0-0 0-0

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards PAT Kicks: Field Goals:

Kickoff time: 1:00 pm Elapsed time: 2:21 Officials: Referee: Jim Harty; Umpire: Dan Schneible; Linesman: Casey Anderson; Line judge: Eugene Lang; Back judge: Tom Harty; Field judge: Doug Hogan; Side judge: Craig Blumhardt

Kickoff time: 1:00 pm Elapsed time: 2:25 Officials: Referee: Jerry Tiegs; Umpire: Jeremiah Miller; Line man: Jeff Johnson; Line judge: Tony Dooher; Back judge: Bob Norman; Field judge: Dave Robinson; Side judge: Matt Olson.

Kickoff time: 1:02 pm Elapsed time: 2:45 Officials: Referee: Bob Zahradka; Umpire: Pete Larkin; Linesman: Mike Budion; Line judge: Jeff Linehan; Back judge: George Drouches; Field judge: Chris Riba; Side judge: Jim Johnson

Temperature: 29; Wind: W 21-26; Weather: Cold, light snow

Temperature: 41; Wind: S 10-15 mph; Weather: Cold and Cloudy

Temperature: 45; Wind: N 3 mph; Weather: Partly cloudy

Individual Statistics RUSHING (att-yds):

RUSHING (att-yds):

PASSING (att-comp-INT-yds):

PASSING (att-comp-INT-yds):

WSC-Fluellen 12-26-0-150. BSU-Edholm 8-15-1116; Rongstad 4-6-0-27.

RECEIVING (rec-yds):

WSC-Masters 5-69; Bruno 4-43; Montgomery 1-29; Davis 1-9; Melvin 1-0. BSU-Schultz 3-37; Leonhardt 3-36; Dale 2-32; Henningson 2-30; Metz 2-8.

INTERCEPTIONS (no-yds):

Individual Statistics

Individual Statistics

WSC-Fluellen 10-31; Ferris 3-12; Pulscher 3-9; Bruno 1-5; Melvin 2-minus 1. BSU-Kroeplin 28-100; Rongstad 16-53; Edholm 12-18; Metz 5-12; Dale 1-0; TEAM 2-minus 2.

RUSHING (att-yds):

BSU-Kroeplin 22-127; Rongstad 10-86; Hemling 12-38; Edholm 4-24; Dale 1-1. UMC-McBride 18-99; Ennis 4-2; Lecher 1-2; Miller 1-1; Lunsford 1-minus 4. BSU-Edholm 11-15-1-179. UMC-Ennis 12-25-3-85.

INTERCEPTIONS (no-yds):

FUMBLES:

SACKS (UA-A):

SACKS (UA-A):

WSC-Bazata 0-18; Pokorny 4-12; Reeves 3-9; Swanson 3-9; Janssen 4-7; Livingston 6-1; Greenway 3-3; Molacek 1-5; Gardner 1-5; Hale 2-3; Jones 1-4. BSUEllison 5-4; Lardinois 3-2; Scheff 3-2.

UMD-Vogler, 9-15-1-136. BSU-Edholm 27-41-0-391; TEAM 0-1-0-0.

INTERCEPTIONS (no-yds):

FUMBLES:

TACKLES (UA-A, min 5):

PASSING (att-comp-INT-yds): RECEIVING (rec-yds):

BSU-Leonhardt 4-82; Metz 2-40; Berg 2-38; Rongstad 1-8; Dale 1-7; Wakefield 1-4. UMC-Williams 6-51; King 2-19; Stenger 2-5; McBride 1-7; Ogorek 1-3.

WSC-Reeves 1-9. BSU-none.

WSC-Hale 1-0; Janssen 1-0. BSU-Wills 0-1; Anderson.

UMD-Odim 25-106; Vogler 11-85; Foss 10-43; Winfield 1-1. BSU-Kroeplin 13-18; Metz 2-5; Edholm 11-2.

RECEIVING (rec-yds):

BSU-Hrdlicka 1-22; Eagan 1-7; Ellison 1-0. UMCRoed 1-17.

WSC-None. BSU-Metz 1-0; Dale 1-0.

UMD-Winfield 4-80; Quilling 3-25; Pauley 2-31. BSUKroeplin 7-98; Leonhardt 7-64; Schultz 5-86; Abram 4-97; Henningson 2-39; Metz 2-7. UMD-None. BSU-Sluzewicz,Dusty 1-21.

FUMBLES:

UMD-Vogler, Chase 1-0. BSU-None.

SACKS (UA-A):

BSU-none. UMC-none.

UMD-Fechtelkotter 1-1; Wheeler 1-0; Huberty1-0; Lealos 1-0; Akey 0-1. BSU-Anderson 1-1; McMartin 0-1; TEAM 1-0.

BSU-Anderson 1-1; Pitman 0-1. UMC-None.

TACKLES (UA-A, min 5):

21 21 47-235 26-25 136 391 15-9-1 42-27-0 62-371 68-416 0-0 0-0 1-13 2-4 5-173 6-122 0-0 1-21 5-36.4 6-36.2 1-0 0-0 5-60 6-47 31:54 28:06 6 of 12 6 of 15 0 of 0 0 of 1 4-5 1-2 5-34 3-13 5-5 4-5 0-1 0-0

BSU-Anderson 2-5; Schmidt 3-3; Crosby 3-3; Eagan 3-2. UMC-Brekken 4-4; Myers 3-4; Gruhot 2-5; Overby 3-3; Burdick 1-5; Pierce 2-3; Ortega 2-3.

TACKLES (UA-A, min 5):

UMD-Aurich 3-6; Strilzuk 4-4; Fechtelkotter 2-6; Eich 6-1; Just 1-5; Wood 3-2; Huberty 2-3 BSU-Scheff 4-7; Anderson 3-8; Wills 2-6; Wick 1-5; Ellison 2-3; Crosby 2-3; Percak-Dennett 1-4.

2010

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Bemidji State U-Mary

Bemidji State COncordia

21 7

Oct. 31, 2009 Bismarck, N.D. - Bismarck Community Bowl Attendance: 1,822

Scoring Summary

1

2

3

4

Final

Bemidji State (7-3; 6-3)

7

7

0

7

21

U-Mary (5-5; 5-4)

0

0

0

7

7

1 07:47 2 07:12 4 07:12 01:13

BSU - Dale 14 yd pass from Edholm (Sundby kick) BSU - Abram 82 yd pass from Edholm (Sundby kick) BSU - Kroeplin 7 yd run (Sundby kick) MARY - Lomax 2 yd run (Thibodeaux kick)

Team Statistics Team Statistics

BSU

7-0 14-0 21-0 21-7

UM

FIRST DOWNS 16 16 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 44-142 25-70 PASSING YDS (NET) 190 225 Passes Att-Comp-Int 22-12-0 45-23-3 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YDS 66-332 70-295 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 2-19 2-7 Kickoff Returns-Yards 2-18 4-80 Interception Returns-Yards 3-61 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 6-32.0 7-31.4 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 0-0 Penalties-Yards 6-49 8-82 Possession Time 33:11 26:49 Third-Down Conversions 6 of 16 5 of 16 Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 3 1 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 2-4 1-1 Sacks By: Number-Yards 3-26 3-25 PAT Kicks 3-3 1-1 Field Goals 0-0 0-0

35 20

Nov. 7, 2009 St. Paul, Minn. - Sea Foam Stadium Attendance: 2,210

Scoring Summary

1

2

3

4

Final

Bemidji State (8-3; 7-3)

13

8

7

7

35

Concordia (3-8; 3-7)

5

7

0

8

20

1 13:25 BSU - Henningson 32 yd pass from Edholm (Sundby, failed) 6-0 08:30 CU - TEAM safety 6-2 04:37 BSU - Henningson 33 yd pass from Edholm (Sundby kick) 13-2 00:01 CU - King 22 yd field goal 13-5 2 05:05 CU - Quaye 0 yd blocked punt return (King kick) 13-12 02:53 BSU - Lardinois safety 15-12 00:23 BSU - Abram 30 yd pass from Edholm (Sundby failed) 21-12 3 04:35 BSU - Edholm 13 yd run (Sundby kick) 28-12 4 09:13 CU - Campbell 1 yd run (Simon pass from Brecke) 28-20 02:00 BSU - Kroeplin 5 yd run (Sundby kick) 35-20

Team Statistics Team Statistics

BSU

UCU

FIRST DOWNS 22 16 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 46-153 19-26 PASSING YDS (NET) 173 266 Passes Att-Comp-Int 23-13-0 43-24-2 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YDS 69-326 62-292 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 1-0 1-14 Kickoff Returns-Yards 5-96 6-99 Interception Returns-Yards 2-52 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 5-23.6 4-42.5 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 1-0 Penalties-Yards 4-25 12-110 Possession Time 31:24 28:36 Third-Down Conversions 3 of 12 5 of 13 Fourth-Down Conversions 3 of 4 0 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 2-2 2-4 Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-8 2-12 PAT Kicks 3-5 1-1 Field Goals 0-0 1-1

The Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference recognizes three individuals with Player of the Week honors each Monday during the playing season, recognizing an Offensive Player of the Week, a Defensive Player of the Week and a Special Teams Player of the Week. Following is a list of the NSIC players who were selected for these awards following each week of the 2009 season. Bemidji State’s winners are marked with a u; In 2009, BSU players won: 0 0 1

Offensive Player of the Week Defensive Player of the Week Special Teams Player of the Week

Aug. 31, 2009 Offense Defense Special Teams

Isaac Odim, Minnesota Duluth Chris Janisch, Augustana Sam Brockshus. Minnesota State

Sept. 8, 2009 Offense Defense Special Teams

Henry Lau, U. of Mary Mike Vanasek, Augustana Nick Hope, Wayne State

Sept. 14, 2009 Offense Defense Special Teams

Silas Fluellen, Wayne State Nate Curran, Upper Iowa Steven King, Concordia-St. Paul

Sept. 21, 2009 Offense Defense Special Teams State Sept. 28, 2009 Offense Defense Special Teams

Silas Fluellen, Wayne State Will Brown, Concordia-St. Paul Jimmie Mattson, MSU Moorhead

Oct. 5, 2009 Offense Defense Special Teams

Steve Pachan, Minnesota State David Alvarez, Northern State Billy Emmanuel IV, Winona State

Oct. 12, 2009 Offense Defense Special Teams

Isaac Odim, Minnesota Duluth Michael Bazata, Wayne State Billy Emmanuel IV, Winona State

Oct. 19, 2009 Offense Defense Special Teams

Luke Butler, Augustana Ryan Reeves, Wayne State Kevin Klug, Minnesota State

Oct. 26, 2009 Offense Defense Special Teams

Sam Holsen, Augustana Chris Hurd, Northern State D.J. Winfield, Minnesota Duluth

BSU-Henningson 4-75; Schultz 3-33; Metz 2-25; Abram 1-30; Kroeplin 1-6; Leonhardt 1-5; Watson 1-minus 1. CU-Campbell 7-21; Schultenover 5-83; Simon 5-81; Vavra 3-49; Pimenta 3-23; Biggs 1-9.

Nov. 2, 2009 Offense Defense Special Teams

Fred Williams, St. Cloud State Levi Reiff, SW Minnesota State Kelvin Rodgers, Minnesota State

BSU-Johnson 1-32; Ellison 1-24; Wold 1-5. UMNone.

INTERCEPTIONS (no-yds):

FUMBLES:

FUMBLES:

Nov. 9, 2009 Offense Defense Special Teams

Luke Butler, Augustana Brian Kampa, St. Cloud State Yousif Youboty, SW Minnesota State

SACKS (UA-A):

SACKS (UA-A):

Kickoff time: 2:30 pm Elapsed time: 2:57 Officials: Referee: Jim Harty; Umpire: Dan Schneibel; Linesman: Casey Henderson; Line judge: Eugene Lang; Back judge: Tom Harty; Field judge: Doug Hogan; Side judge: Craig Blumhardt.

Kickoff time: 1:00 pm Elapsed time: 2:45 Officials: Referee: Dick Eldridge; Umpire: Jim Schrank; Linesman: Tom Franta; Line judge: George Winn; Back judge: Jason Frank; Field judge: Matt Gallagher; Side judge: Jason Nickleby.

Temperature: 40; Wind: WSW 6 mph; Weather: Mostly cloudy

Temperature: 60; Wind: W 8 mph; Weather: Sunny and Warm

Individual Statistics

Individual Statistics

BSU-Kroeplin 20-105; Metz 4-17; Edholm 13-14; Watson 4-5; Henningson 1-2; TEAM 2-minus 1. UM-Lomax 19-71; Lau 6-minus 1.

BSU-Kroeplin 26-142; Rongstad 7-30; Edholm 7-20; Watson 4-3; TEAM 2-minus 42. CU-Campbell 14-19; Brecke 4-8; TEAM 1-minus 1.

RUSHING (att-yds):

PASSING (att-comp-INT-yds):

BSU-Edholm 12-22-0-190. UM-Lau 23-45-3-225.

RECEIVING (rec-yds):

BSU-Metz 2-42; Leonhardt 2-20; Dale 2-18; Berg 2-11; Kroeplin 2-10; Abram 1-82; Schultz 1-7. UM-Newsome 6-86; Martin 6-70; Costello 3-18; Steffan 2-21; Darrah 2-10; Lomax 2-7; Gibson 1-11; Gatling 1-2.

INTERCEPTIONS (no-yds):

BSU-Edholm 1-0. UM-none.

BSU-Eagan 3-6; Crosby 4-3; Percak-Dennett 3-4; Scheff 4-1; Johnson 3-2. UM-Winfield 5-5; Thompson 5-3; Cleveland 2-4; Broome 2-3; McGowen 2-3; Thomas 1-4.

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PASSING (att-comp-INT-yds):

BSU-Edholm 13-23-0-173. CU-Brecke 24-42-2-266; Campbell 0-1-0-0.

RECEIVING (rec-yds):

BSU-Scheff 1-52; Ellison 1-0. CU-None. BSU-TEAM 1-0; Rongstad 1-1. CU-Schultenover 1-0.

BSU-Anderson 1-1; Lardinois 1-0; Percak-Dennett 0-1. UM-Cleveland,X. 0-1; Nelson,Ryan 0-1; Thompson 1-0; Patterson 1-0.

TACKLES (UA-A, min 5):

RUSHING (att-yds):

BSU-Crosby, 1-0. CU-Glomski 2-0.

TACKLES (UA-A, min 5):

BSU-Eagan 5-4; Sluzewicz 6-1; Scheff 3-4; Anderson 3-3; Ellison 2-4; McMartin 3-2; Crosby 2-3. CU-Quaye 3-9; Glomski 5-6; Brown 5-5; Butler 5-3; Helms 3-5; Pope 2-3.

2010

Jake Aberg, Minnesota State Cody Dummer, Winona State u Jesse Sundby, Bemidji State


Bemidji State Football Team Statistics

2009 Schedule & Results

Date Time Opponent Result

Aug. 27 Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7

7:00 6:00 1:00 1:00 2:30 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 2:30 1:00

p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m.

Minot State • at (10) Minnesota State • (20) Winona Statea • MSU Moorhead*b • at Northern State* • St. Cloud State*c • (14) Wayne State (Neb.)d • at Minnesota, Crookston*e • (7) Minnesota Duluth*f • at Mary (N.D.)* • at Concordia-St. Paul

W L W W W L W W L W W

Score TV Attend Overall NSIC North

47-20 34-37 (OT) 24-19 38-13 42-20 27-38 21-10 45-6 34-35 21-7 35-20

KBSU None KBSU KBSU None KBSU KBSU None KBSU KFYR KBSU

2,625 3,849 1,494 1,518 1,262 1,684 1,069 484 1,435 1,822 2,210

1-0 1-1 2-1 3-1 4-1 4-2 5-2 6-2 6-3 7-3 8-3

0-0 0-1 1-1 2-1 3-1 3-2 4-2 5-2 5-3 6-3 7-3

0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 2-0 2-1 2-1 3-1 3-2 4-2 4-2

•-NSIC game / *- NSIC North Division Game a-Shrine Game / b-Battle for the Axe / c-Homecoming / d-Loins’ Vision Awareness Game / e-Hubcap Game / f-Senior Day

Rushing

Name GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G Kroeplin, Dustin Rongstad, Lance Edholm, Derek Lee, Justin Hemling, Brad Solors, Nate Metz, Christian Watson, Eurice Henningson, Jody Johnsrud, Joe Sczepanski, Blake Dale, Troy Sundby, Jesse TEAM Total Opponents

11 9 11 6 9 7 11 3 11 4 10 7 11 10 11 11

200 87 123 17 25 14 11 8 2 1 6 2 1 14 511 322

970 610 522 118 82 58 36 11 6 5 8 1 0 0 2427 1230

18 36 179 10 2 0 2 3 0 0 7 0 13 74 344 337

952 574 343 108 80 58 34 8 6 5 1 1 -13 -74 2083 893

4.8 6.6 2.8 6.4 3.2 4.1 3.1 1.0 3.0 5.0 0.2 0.5 -13.0 -5.3 4.1 2.8

10 3 8 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 24 14

27 52 27 25 10 11 8 3 4 5 2 1 0 0 52 47

86.5 63.8 31.2 18.0 8.9 8.3 3.1 2.7 0.5 1.2 0.1 0.1 -1.2 -7.4 189.4 81.2

Passing

Name GP Effic Cmp-Att-Int Pct Yds TD Long Avg/G

Edholm, Derek Rongstad, Lance TEAM Total Opponents

11 9 10 11 11

160.61 121.19 0.00 154.75 114.30

130-213-5 16-28-1 0-2-0 146-243-6 176-327-13

61.0 57.1 0.0 60.1 53.8

1,662 198 0 1,860 2,153

25 1 0 26 13

82 54 0 82 44

151.1 22.0 0.0 169.1 195.7

Receiving

Name GP No. Yds Avg TD Long Avg/G Leonhardt, Brian Schultz, Andrew Henningson, Jody Kroeplin, Dustin Lee, Justin Abram, Cameron Metz, Christian Berg, Adam Dale, Troy Solors, Nate Rongstad, Lance Wakefield, Beau Watson, Eurice Total Opponents

11 11 11 11 6 10 11 11 7 7 9 3 3 11 11

24 23 19 15 15 14 11 11 5 4 2 2 1 146 176

254 258 240 163 160 384 131 127 57 39 29 19 -1 1,860 2,153

10.6 11.2 12.6 10.9 10.7 27.4 11.9 11.5 11.4 9.8 14.5 9.5 -1.0 12.7 12.2

7 4 5 2 0 3 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 26 13

25 32 33 56 54 82 31 25 26 13 21 15 0 82 44

23.1 23.5 21.8 14.8 26.7 38.4 11.9 11.5 8.1 5.6 3.2 6.3 -0.3 169.1 195.7

Score By Quarters

1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Total Bemidji State 71 117 96 81 3 368 Opponents 50 61 40 68 6 225

Total Offense

Field Goal Sequence

BSU Opp Minot State - (43),(33),27 @Minnesota State (27),50,(34) (29) Winona State (31) 32 MSU Moorhead (34) (28),33,(47) @Northern State 43 St. Cloud State - (22) Wayne State - (34) @Minnesota, Crookston - Minnesota Duluth - 21 @University of Mary - @Concordia-St. Paul - (22)

Name G Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G Edholm, Derek Kroeplin, Dustin Rongstad, Lance Lee, Justin Hemling, Brad Solors, Nate Metz, Christian Watson, Eurice Henningson, Jody Johnsrud, Joe Dale, Troy Sczepanski, Blake Sundby, Jesse TEAM Total Opponents

11 11 9 6 9 7 11 3 11 4 7 10 11 10 11 11

BSU OPP SCORING 368 225 Points Per Game 33.5 20.5 FIRST DOWNS 229 169 Rushing 124 55 Passing 92 100 Penalty 13 14 RUSHING YARDAGE 2,083 893 Yards gained rushing 2,427 1,230 Yards lost rushing 344 337 Rushing Attempts 511 322 Average Per Rush 4.1 2.8 Average Per Game 189.4 81.2 TDs Rushing 24 14 PASSING YARDAGE 1,860 2,153 Att-Comp-Int 243-146-6 327-176-13 Average Per Pass 7.7 6.6 Average Per Catch 12.7 12.2 Average Per Game 169.1 195.7 TDs Passing 26 13 TOTAL OFFENSE 3,943 3,046 Total Plays 754 649 Average Per Play 5.2 4.7 Average Per Game 358.5 276.9 KICK RETS: #-YDS 42-720 60-1,289 PUNT RETS: #-YDS 23-143 18-116 INT RETS: #-YDS 13-278 6-122 KICK RETURN AVG 17.1 21.5 PUNT RETURN AVG 6.2 6.4 INT RETURN AVG 21.4 20.3 FUMBLES-LOST 19-3 14-6 PENALTIES-YDS 50-450 55-508 Average Per Game 40.9 46.2 PUNTS-YARDS 42-1,500 51-1,808 Average Per Punt 35.7 35.5 Net punt average 32.5 31.1 TIME OF POSS/GAME 34:01 25:59 3RD-DOWN CONVS 79/158 48/140 3rd-Down Pct 50% 34% 4TH-DOWN CONVS 12/21 6/18 4th-Down Pct 57% 33% SACKS BY-YDS 28-187 23-144 MISC YARDS 4 5 TDS SCORED 52 29 FG-ATTEMPTS 4-6 8-12 ON-SIDE KICKS 0-0 0-0 RED-ZONE SCORES 35-39 90% 25-36 69% RED-ZONE TDS 31-39 79% 19-36 53% PAT-ATTS 40-50 80% 23-25 92% ATTENDANCE 9,825 9,630 Games/Avg Per Game 6/1,638 5/1,926 Neutral Site Games 0/0

336 200 115 17 25 14 11 8 2 1 2 6 1 16 754 649

343 952 574 108 80 58 34 8 6 5 1 1 -13 -74 2,083 893

1,662 0 198 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,860 2,153

2,005 952 772 108 80 58 34 8 6 5 1 1 -13 -74 3,943 3,046

182.3 86.5 85.8 18.0 8.9 8.3 3.1 2.7 0.5 1.2 0.1 0.1 -1.2 -7.4 358.5 276.9

*Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

2010

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Defense

Tackles Sacks Pass Def Fumbles Blkd No. Name GP-GS Solo Ast Total TFL/Yds No-Yds Int-Yds BrUp QBH FR-Yds FF Kick

32 24 46 45 5 34 90 93 23 21 6 15 95 26 17 27 99 35 92 12 20 49 48 31 19 96 80 1 4 25 55 97 14 TM 43 8 36 88

Scheff, Brody Anderson, Jake Eagan, Andrew Crosby, Cory Sluzewicz, Dusty Percak-Dennett, George Wills, Rob Lardinois, Jordan Ellison, Tiger Hrdlicka, Charles Johnson, Sid Knutson, Luke Wick, Bryan Ragsdale, Anthony Schmidt, Jake Roland, Aaron McMartin, Kyle Mock, Alex Zimmerman, Jake Wold, Zach Sczepanski, Blake Bromm, Jason Albano, Brad Solors, Nate Christensen, Dan Beste, Josh Gandrud, Matt Pitman, Pat Berg, Adam Hemling, Brad Nelson, Bryce Lee, Garrett Wakefield, Beau TEAM Kroeplin, Dustin Edholm, Derek Metz, Christian Leonhardt, Brian Total Opponents

11 11 11 11 11 10 11 11 7 11 9 10 11 9 11 9 10 5 10 11 10 7 8 7 9 9 11 9 11 9 2 8 3 10 11 11 11 11 11 11

36 22 24 22 28 13 19 18 15 11 17 10 5 10 8 10 6 4 8 4 1 2 3 3 4 . 5 1 2 1 2 . . 2 1 1 1 . 319 334

39 47 44 30 17 31 25 15 14 17 6 13 13 7 9 4 8 9 3 4 6 5 4 4 3 6 1 5 2 2 1 2 2 . 1 . . 1 400 575

75 69 68 52 45 44 44 33 29 28 23 23 18 17 17 14 14 13 11 8 7 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 4 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 719 909

1.0-1 15.0-83 3.5-5 3.0-11 3.5-12 7.0-32 7.0-40 12.5-47 1.0-3 0.5-1 . 3.0-11 3.0-11 1.0-2 . 0.5-2 2.0-2 1.0-1 1.5-6 0.5-2 . . 0.5-0 . 1.0-14 . . 1.0-4 . . 1.0-1 . . 1.0-4 . . . . 71-295 65.0-254

All-Purpose Running

Name GP Rush Rec PR KOR IR Tot Avg/G

Kroeplin, Dustin Rongstad, Lance Metz, Christian Schultz, Andrew Abram, Cameron Lee, Justin Edholm, Derek Leonhardt, Brian Henningson, Jody Hrdlicka, Charles Berg, Adam Ellison, Tiger Solors, Nate Hemling, Brad Ragsdale, Anthony Scheff, Brody Dale, Troy Wills, Rob Johnson, Sid Sluzewicz, Dusty Wakefield, Beau Mock, Alex Watson, Eurice Eagan, Andrew Johnsrud, Joe Wold, Zach Sczepanski, B. Total Opponents

11 9 11 11 10 6 11 11 11 11 11 7 7 9 9 11 7 11 9 11 3 5 3 11 4 11 10 11 11

952 574 34 0 0 108 343 0 6 0 0 0 58 80 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 5 0 1 2,083 893

Field Goal Kicking Name

Sundby, Jesse

40

FGM-FGA Pct 4-6

66.7

163 29 131 258 384 160 0 254 240 0 127 0 39 0 0 0 57 0 0 0 19 0 -1 0 0 0 0 1,860 2,153

01-19 0-0

0 0 0 134 0 6 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 143 116

20-29 1-1

0 0 304 15 17 105 0 8 0 154 0 104 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 0 0 0 0 0 720 1,289

30-39

BEAVER FOOTbALL

3-3

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 22 0 24 0 0 66 61 0 40 32 21 0 0 0 7 0 5 0 278 122

40-49 0-1

2010

1115 603 469 407 401 379 343 262 246 176 130 128 97 80 66 61 58 40 32 21 19 13 7 7 5 5 1 5,084 4,573

101.4 67.0 42.6 37.0 40.1 63.2 31.2 23.8 22.4 16.0 11.8 18.3 13.9 8.9 7.3 5.5 8.3 3.6 3.6 1.9 6.3 2.6 2.3 0.6 1.2 0.5 0.1 462.2 415.7

50-99 Lg Blkd 0-1

34

1

. 10.5-71 . 1.0-8 . 3.0-23 3.5-30 4.5-24 . . . . 1.5-8 . . . 1.5-2 . . . . . . . 1.0-14 . . 0.5-3 . . . . . 1.0-4 . . . . 28-187 23-144

3-61 . 1-7 . 1-21 . 2-40 . 3-24 1-22 1-32 . . 1-66 . . . . . 0-5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-278 6-122

4 3 1 . 9 1 2 1 4 2 2 . . 2 1 1 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 23

. 2 . 1 . . 2 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 1

1-0 1-0 1-0 . . . . 2-6 . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-6 3-0

1 . . . . . . . 1 . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . 5 7

Safety

. . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 4 3

. . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 1

Punting

Name No. Yds Avg Long TB FC I20 Sundby, Jesse TEAM Edholm, Derek Total Opponents

40 1 1 42 51

1,466 0 34 1,500 1,808

36.7 0.0 34.0 35.7 35.5

Kickoff Returns

Name No. Yds Avg TD Long Metz, Christian Hrdlicka, Charles Lee, Justin Ellison, Tiger Abram, Cameron Schultz, Andrew Leonhardt, Brian Mock, Alex Total Opponents

16 304 11 154 5 105 5 104 2 17 1 15 1 8 1 13 42 720 60 1,289

19.0 14.0 21.0 20.8 8.5 15.0 8.0 13.0 17.1 21.5

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

47 25 24 45 17 15 8 13 47 84

Punt Returns

Name No. Yds Avg TD Long

Schultz, Andrew Lee, Justin Pitman, Pat Berg, Adam Total Opponents

18 3 1 1 23 18

134 6 0 3 143 116

7.4 2.0 0.0 3.0 6.2 6.4

0 0 0 0 0 1

20 6 0 3 20 14

61 0 34 61 64

1 0 0 1 4

6 0 0 6 9

13 0 1 14 10

Blkd

1 0 0 1 2

Fumble Returns

Name No. Yds Avg TD Long

Lardinois, Jordan Total Opponents

1 1 0

6 6 0

6.0 6.0 0.0

0 0 0

6 6 0

Interception Returns

Name No. Yds Avg TD Long

Scheff, Brody 3 Ellison, Tiger 3 Wills, Rob 2 Eagan, Andrew 1 Hrdlicka, Charles 1 Johnson, Sid 1 Ragsdale, Anthony 1 Sluzewicz, Dusty 1 Total 13 Opponents 6

61 24 40 7 22 32 66 21 278 122

20.3 8.0 20.0 7.0 22.0 32.0 66.0 21.0 21.4 20.3

0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 0

52 24 25 7 22 32 66 21 66 50


Bemidji State Football Game-by-Game Starters Offense QB

RB

WR

WR/TE

LT

LG

C

RG

RT

WR/FB

WR

MSU

D. Edholm

D. Kroeplin

A. Schultz

B. Lonhardtte

D. Mickelson

S. Pappas

C. Immerman

J. Anderson

A. Melton

N. Solorsfb

C. Abram

@MSU

D. Edholm

D. Kroeplin

A. Schultz

J. Lee

D. Mickelson

S. Pappas

C. Immerman

J. Anderson

A. Melton

J. Henningson C. Abram

WSU

D. Edholm

D. Kroeplin

A. Schultz

B. Lonhardtte

D. Mickelson

B. DeLange

C. Immerman

J. Anderson

A. Melton

J. Lee

MSUM

D. Edholm

D. Kroeplin

A. Schultz

J. Lee

D. Mickelson

B. DeLange

C. Immerman

J. Anderson

A. Melton

J. Henningson C. Abram

@NSU

D. Edholm

D. Kroeplin

A. Schultz

B. Leonhardtte D. Mickelson

B. DeLange

C. Immerman

J. Anderson

A. Melton

N. Solorsfb

SCSU

D. Edholm

D. Kroeplin

A. Schultz

J. Lee

D. Mickelson

B. DeLange

C. Immerman

C. Parrish

A. Melton

J. Henningson C. Abram

WSC

D. Edholm

D. Kroeplin

A. Schultz

C. Metz

D. Mickelson

B. DeLange

C. Immerman

C. Parrish

A. Melton

J. Henningson A. Berg

@UMC

D. Edholm

D. Kroeplin

A. Schultz

B. Leonhardtte D. Mickelson

S. Pappas

B. DeLange

C. Parrish

A. Melton

T. Dalefb

C. Abram

UMD

D. Edholm

D. Kroeplin

A. Schultz

B. Leonhardtte D. Mickelson

B. DeLange

C. Immerman

C. Parrish

A. Melton

T. Dalefb

C. Abram

@UM

D. Edholm

D. Kroeplin

A. Schultz

C. Metz

D. Mickelson

B. DeLange

C. Immerman

C. Parrish

A. Melton

J. Henningson C. Abram

@CSP

D. Edholm

D. Kroeplin

A. Schultz

C. Metz

D. Mickelson

B. DeLange

C. Immerman

C. Parrish

A. Melton

J. Henningson C. Abram

DE

NT

DE

LBs

LBm

LBw

LBb

CBf

FS

HS

MSU

J. Lardinois

B. Wick

R. Wills

J. Anderson

L. Knutson

A. Eagan

A. Mock

S. Johnson

D. Sluzewicz

B. Scheff

T. Ellison

@MSU

J. Lardinois

B. Wick

R. Wills

J. Anderson

A. Mock

A. Eagan

G.Percak-Dennett S. Johnson

D. Sluzewicz

B. Scheff

T. Ellison

WSU

J. Lardinois

B. Wick

R. Wills

J. Anderson

A. Mock

A. Eagan

G.Percak-Dennett A. Ragsdale

D. Sluzewicz

B. Scheff

C. Hrdlicka

D. Sluzewicz

B. Scheff

C. Hrdlicka

D. Sluzewicz

B. Scheff

C. Hrdlicka

D. Sluzewicz

B. Scheff

C. Hrdlicka

C. Abram

C. Abram

Defense CBb

MSUM

J. Lardinois

B. Wick

R. Wills

J. Anderson

A. Mock

A. Eagan

G.Percak-Dennett A. Ragsdale

@NSU

J. Lardinois

B. Wick

R. Wills

J. Anderson

A. Mock

A. Eagan

G.Percak-Dennett A. Ragsdale

SCSU

J. Lardinois

B. Wick

R. Wills

J. Anderson

C. Crosby

G.Percak-Dennett A. Eagan

S. Johnson

WSC

J. Lardinois

B. Wick

R. Wills

J. Anderson

C. Crosby

G.Percak-Dennett A. Eagan

T. Phelps

J. Kunz

D. Sluzewicz

T. Ellison

@UMC

J. Lardinois

B. Wick

R. Wills

J. Anderson

C. Crosby

A. Eagan

G.Percak-Dennett S. Johnson

D. Sluzewicz

B. Scheff

T. Ellison

UMD

J. Lardinois

B. Wick

R. Wills

J. Anderson

C. Crosby

A. Eagan

G.Percak-Dennett S. Johnson

D. Sluzewicz

B. Scheff

T. Ellison

D. Sluzewicz

B. Scheff

T. Ellison

D. Sluzewicz

B. Scheff

T. Ellison

@UM

J. Lardinois

B. Wick

R. Wills

J. Anderson

C. Crosby

A. Eagan

G.Percak-Dennett S. Johnson

@CSP

J. Lardinois

B. Wick

R. Wills

J. Anderson

C. Crosby

A. Eagan

G.Percak-Dennett S. Johnson

position change key: *= RB; #= TE; @= FB; $= DE; %= LB; &= DB

Game Summaries: Offense Score Bemidji State @ Minot State Bemidji State Minnesota State Bemidji State @Winona State Bemidji State @MSU-Moorhead Bemidji State Northern State Bemidji State @St. Cloud State Bemidji State @Wayne State Bemidji State Minn., Crookston Bemidji State @Minnesota, Duluth Bemidji State U-Mary Bemidji State Concordia-St. Paul

W L L L W L L W L W W

27 24 14 28 7 31 7 27 31 20 14 48 11 30 41 27 21 48 31 10 24 12

1 0 7 7 14 0 7 0 7 10 0 0 21 5 7 7 7 0 21 14 0 7 6

Score by Quarters 2 3 4 OT 12 7 0 7 0 7 7 6 14 14 7 3 0 20 14 7 7 20 7 3 17 0

7 10 0 7 0 10 0 8 0 0 7 14 0 3 7 0 7 7 3 0 0 0

8 0 7 0 7 7 0 6 7 6 0 10 6 0 13 13 7 0 7 7 0 6

-

R 8 4 5 14 7 7 4 6 5 4 8 11 8 7 10 8 3 11 8 4 17 5

First Downs Rushing P Pn Tot Att Yds TD 13 2 23 5 0 9 7 0 12 11 2 27 10 2 17 10 0 17 9 2 15 10 0 18 14 1 20 11 2 17 7 1 16 6 3 20 7 0 15 5 0 12 8 2 20 12 2 22 11 1 15 9 0 20 9 0 17 14 0 18 6 11 17 11 3 19

33 25 23 49 33 29 29 36 37 27 38 39 44 40 35 44 31 41 40 25 39 28

118 108 49 229 72 152 13 104 98 55 152 259 94 209 209 163 37 251 145 57 100 88

2 1 0 2 0 2 1 3 3 1 1 3 0 3 3 1 0 4 1 0 1 1

Passing Offense Ret Punting C-A-I Yds TD Plays Yds Yds No-Avg 33-45-0 11-25-3 20-35-2 18-35-3 23-33-1 17-32-0 22-41-1 19-34-1 19-25-0 25-40-2 16-31-2 14-24-1 20-38-2 10-14-0 13-23-0 19-37-3 23-35-0 14-23-0 15-26-0 19-46-0 21-28-0 19-42-0

319 125 225 214 209 184 204 150 264 238 135 161 197 156 158 325 261 214 256 291 256 203

2 0 2 2 1 2 0 0 1 2 1 3 1 0 3 3 3 3 3 1 2 1

78 50 58 84 66 61 70 70 62 67 68 63 82 54 58 81 66 64 66 72 67 70

437 233 274 443 281 336 217 254 362 293 287 420 291 365 367 488 298 465 401 348 357 291

2010

60 215 103 73 93 102 139 143 36 149 143 111 107 77 102 103 111 78 78 121 60 82

6-39.3 5-26.8 7-32.9 2-35.5 9-32.4 7-36.0 9-35.2 4-34.2 3-32.3 3-36.0 5-34.0 3-42.0 9-30.2 7-33.6 6-33.5 4-33.5 5-41.2 4-36.5 4-48.5 5-29.4 5-37.2 6-32.5

Penalty TO No-Yds 1 4 2 3 2 1 1 1 3 4 4 1 3 4 0 3 2 0 1 2 1 0

5-43 6-68 6-60 7-58 8-50 7-70 6-106 5-45 5-35 7-46 6-50 7-48 4-28 5-51 5-57 12-115 3-15 8-55 4-40 6-34 7-65 5-56

3rd Field Downs Pos 5-16 0-9 4-13 7-13 5-15 2-11 5-18 7-16 6-12 7-46 7-16 5-12 5-19 1-9 4-9 7-16 6-16 7-14 11-17 8-17 8-15 4-14

B41 M27 B27 M38 B22 W40 B39 M31 B41 N39 B28 S47 B38 W31 B38 U30 B37 U32 B31 M34 B37 C24

BEAVER FOOTbALL

Time Poss 36:49 23:11 25:58 34:02 34:07 25:53 30:50 29:10 28:09 31:51 29:29 30:31 36:12 23:48 24:49 35:07 29:05 30:55 31:18 28:42 31:22 28:38

41


Drive Stats

Individual Superlatives

Scoring Drive Distances

BSU Opp Distance TD FG TD FG No Drive 5 0 0 0 Negative Yardage 0 0 0 0 0-9 yards 3 2 2 0 10-19 yards 1 0 0 0 20-29 yards 0 1 0 0 30-39 yards 5 0 1 0 40-49 yards 3 3 5 1 50-59 yards 6 0 4 1 60-69 yards 11 2 6 1 70-79 yards 7 2 2 2 80-89 yards 2 0 4 1 90-100 yards 0 0 1 0

Bemidji State

Category

23

Rushes

23

Phipps, Minnesota State (9/6)

Brandon Miles vs. Minnesota, Crookston (10/18)

93

Yards Rushing

139

Odin, Minnesota Duluth (10/25)

Eurise Watson vs. Northern State (9/27)

3

TD Rushes

2

Three Players

Derek Edholm at St. Cloud State (10/4)

50

Long Rush

77

Bruno, Wayne State (10/11)

Derek Edholm at Minot State (8/28)

45

Pass attempts

43

Lau, U-Mary (11/1)

Derek Edholm at Minot State (8/28)

33

Pass completions

25

Ellingson, Northern State (9/27)

Yards Passing

325

Ennis, Minnesota, Crookston (10/18)

Derek Edholm at Minot State (8/28) 319 Derek Edholm (three times)

3

TD Passes

3

Three players

Derek Edholm vs. U-Mary (11/1)

55

Long Pass

55

Ennis, Minnesota, Crookston (10/18)

George Kadlec at Minot State (8/28)

10

George Kadlec vs. U-Mary (11/1) 156

Receptions

9

Yards Receiving

163

King, UMC (10/18 & Krause, U-Mary (11/1) King, Minnesota, Crookston (10/18)

George Kadlec (four times)

2

TD Receptions

2

Three Players

George Kadlec vs. U-Mary (11/1)

85

Long Reception

55

King, Minnesota, Crookston (10/18)

Paul Potemra (four times)

1

Field Goals

2

Christian, St. Cloud State (10/4)

Paul Potemra at Wayne State (10/11)

42

Long Field Goal

44

Fahey, Winona State (9/13)

Jesse Sundby at MSU-Moorhead (9/20)

9

7

Three Players

Game-Opening Drives

BSU Opp Pts 1Dn Yds Pts 1Dn Yds @Minot State 0 0 3 7 0 4 Minnesota State 0 1 15 0 1 15 Winona State 0 1 15 0 1 15 @MSU-Moorhead 7 5 77 7 4 71 Northern State 3 4 76 0 1 11 @St. Cloud 0 2 27 0 0 9 @Wayne State 7 4 64 0 4 70 Minn., Crookston 7 5 65 7 2 49 @Minnesota Duluth 0 2 30 0 8 0 U-Mary 0 1 13 0 0 2 Concordia-St. Paul 0 0 0 0 1 14 Totals 24 22 342 28 18 359

Opponent

Erick Newman vs. Concordia-St. Paul (11/8)

Punts

Paul Potemra vs. U-Mary (11/1) 48.5

Punting Avg

44.7 Coulson, Minnesota, Crookston (10/18)

Paul Potemra vs. U-Mary (11/1)

64

Long Punt

52

Andrew Schultz vs. U-Mary (11/1)

24

Long Punt Return

94

Coulson, Minnesota, Crookston (10/18) Jones, MSU-Moorhead (9/20)

Cameron Abram vs. Minnesota State (9/6)

39

Long Kickoff Ret.

84

Lester, Minot State (8/28)

Five Players

12

Tackles

16

T. Johnson, Concordia-St. Paul (11/8)

Three Players

1.5

Sacks

3.5

Pribnow, Wayne State (10/11)

Four Players

3.0

Tackles For Loss

4.5

Two Players

2

Interceptions

1

Eight Players

Terrell Phelps vs. Minnesota, Crookston (10/18)

u school record w ties school record

Second Half-Opening Drives

BSU Opp Pts 1Dn Yds Pts 1Dn Yds @Minot State 7 2 9 0 0 4 Minnesota State 0 1 10 0 0 5 Winona State 0 1 18 0 4 81 @MSU-Moorhead 7 1 33 0 1 13 Northern State 3 4 76 0 1 11 @St. Cloud 0 2 27 0 0 9 @Wayne State 7 4 64 0 4 70 Minn., Crookston 7 5 65 7 2 49 @Minnesota Duluth 0 2 30 0 8 8 U-Mary 7 4 76 7 4 75 Concordia-St. Paul 3 1 14 0 0 -1 Totals 34 20 336 7 22 285

BSU Drive Superlatives

Most Plays 15 at Minnesota Duluth 14 vs Northern State Most Yards 89 at Winona State 85 vs U-Mary Most Time 8:03 at Minnesota Duluth 6:30 vs U-Mary

Opponent Drive Superlatives

Most Plays 13 vs Minnesota State 13 at MSU-Moorhead 13 vs Northern State 13 vs Minnesota, Crooskton Most Yards 98 at Minnesota Duluth 81 at Wayne State Most Time 6:43 vs Minnesota, Crookston 5:52 at MSU-Moorhead

42

Result Fumble FG TD TD Fumble TD

Result TD TD TD INT

Team Superlatives Category

Bemidji State High

Low

Opponent High

Low

Rushes

44 at Wayne State (10/11)

23 vs. Minnesota State (9/6)

49 vs. Minnesota State (9/6)

25 at Minot State (8/28)

Rushing Yds.

209 vs. Minnesota, Crookston (10/18) 13 at MSU-Moorhead (9/20)

259 at St. Cloud State (10/4)

55 vs. Northern State (9/27)

Yards / Rush

6.0 vs. Minnesota, Crookston (10/18) 0.4 at MSU-Moorhead (9/20)

6.6 at St. Cloud State (10/4)

2.0 vs. Northern State (9/27)

Rushing TD

3, Two Times

0, four times

4 at Minnesota Duluth (10/25)

0 vs. U-Mary (11/1)

Pass Attempts

45 at Minot State (8/28)

23 vs. Minnesota, Crookston (10/18) 46 vs. U-Mary (11/1)

14 at Wayne State (10/11)

Pass Completions

33 at Minot State (8/28)

13 vs. Minnesota, Crookston (10/18) 25 vs. Northern State (9/27)

10 at Wayne State (10/11)

Passing Yards

319 at Minot State (8/28)

135 at St. Cloud State (10/4)

Yards / Pass

10.6 vs. Northern State (9/27)

4.4 at St. Cloud State (10/4)

11.1 at Wayne State (10/11)

4.4 at MSU-Moorhead (9/20)

Passing TD

3, Three Times

0 at MSU-Moorhead (9/20)

3, Three Times

0, three times

Total Plays

82 at Wayne State (10/11)

58 vs. Minnesota, Crookston (9/20) 84 vs. Minnesota State (9/6)

Total Offense

437 at Minot State (8/28)

217 at MSU-Moorhead (9/20)

Yards / Play

6.3 vs. Minnesota, Crookston (10/18) 3.1 at MSU-Moorhead (9/20)

7.3 at Minnesota Duluth (10/25)

Points Scored

41 vs. Minnesota, Crookston (10/18) 7, two times

48 at UMD (10/25) / at SCSU (10/4)

10 vs. U-Mary (11/1)

Sacks By

6 vs. Northern State (9/27)

0.0, two times

7 at MSU-Moorhead (9/20)

0.0 at Minot State (8/28)

First Downs

23 at Minot State (8/28)

12 vs. Minnesota State (9/6)

27 vs. Minnesota State (9/6)

9 at Minot State (8/28)

Penalties

8 at Winona State (9/13)

3 at Minnesota Duluth (10/25)

12 vs. Minnesota, Crookston (10/18) 5, three times

Penalty Yards

106 at MSU-Moorhead (9/20)

15 at Minnesota Duluth (10/25)

115 vs. Minnesota, Crookston (10/18) 34 vs. U-Mary (11/1)

Turnovers

4 at St. Cloud State (10/4)

0 vs. Minnesota, Crookston (10/18) 4, Three Times

0, three times

Interceptions By

3, Three times

0, five times

0, six times

TD TD INT TD

BEAVER FOOTbALL

2010

325 vs. Minnesota, Crookston (10/18) 125 at Minot State (8/28)

50 at Minot State (8/28)

488 vs. Minnesota, Crookston (10/18) 233 at Minot State (8/28)

2, Three Times

3.6 at MSU-Moorhead (9/20)


Bemidji State Football Founded in 1932, the Northern Intercollegiate Conference (NIC) has enjoyed a varied existence in the upper Midwest region it calls home. In the spring of 1992 the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference (NSIC) was formed out of the merger of the NIC, the men’s conference, and the women’s Northern Sun Conference (NSC). The NSC had existed since 1979. The NSIC is currently made up of institutions from Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, North and South Dakota. In the 2008-09 academic year, the NSIC expanded to a 14-team league with the addition of Augustana College, University of Minnesota Duluth, Minnesota State University, Mankato and St. Cloud State University. Since 1932, various institutions have competed in the NSIC. Bemidji State University, Minnesota State University Moorhead and Winona State University are charter members and have remained in the conference for the 76 years of its existence. Minnesota State University, Mankato and St. Cloud State were also charter members, but left the league in 1981 (MSU left the league in 1969 and returned in 1977). The University of Minnesota Duluth, which departed the league in 2005-06 through 2007-08 seasons, was also an original member. Other current members joined in later years: Southwest Minnesota State University in 1969, Northern State University in 1978, Wayne State College (Nebraska) in 1998, Concordia University-St. Paul and the University of Minnesota, Crookston in 1999, the University of Mary and Upper Iowa University in 2006 and Augustana College in 2008. The University of Minnesota, Morris became a league member in 1966, however, the Cougars opted for the NCAA Division III ranks in 2003. Michigan Tech was part of the NIC from 1969 to 1977 as well. Before the NSIC became eligible for National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) championship competition in 1995, its member institutions had an extremely rich tradition in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA). The NIC’s and NSC’s tenure in the NAIA included several national championship teams and individuals as well as many national qualifiers. The NSIC has gained national recognition in recent years as seven teams have won National Championships. Winona State men’s basketball dynasty made three straight trips to the NCAA Division II National Championship game, winning the 2006 and 2008 games and losing the 2007 game on last second shot. During that period they won an NCAA record 57 consecutive games. Concordia University, St. Paul garnered the first women’s title in 2007 as its women’s volleyball team won the National Championship. In 2008 the Golden Bears lost their opening match, but rallied off 37

straight wins on their way to a second consecutive National Championship. The Golden Bears didn’t stop there as they completed a perfect season in 2009 on their way to their third straight National Championship and a 74 game winning streak. The three straight NCAA Championships along with the 74 match winning streak are both Division II records. The Golden Bears also hosted the NCAA DII National Volleyball National Tournament in 2008 and 2009, making them only the second Division II team to host two years in a row. CU has played in four national championship matches, with the 2003 CU volleyball team becoming the first NSIC team to make the finals in any sport. In one of the more surprising runs in all of sports, the Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs completed a perfect 15-0 season capped off with the 2008 NCAA DII Football National Championship. The Bulldogs, limited to only 24 scholarships by league rule, defeated multiple fully funded teams, including #1 Grand Valley State and #3 Northwest Missouri State in their unprecedented run. Finally, Minnesota State University, Mankato went 32-2 on their way to winning the 200809 Women’s Basketball National Championship in a barn-burner, defeating Franklin Pierce 103-94 to set the NCAA DII Women’s Basketball Championship record for total points scored in a game. Since 2000, the NSIC has participated in one of two officially-sanctioned NCAA Division II football bowl games in the country. Dating back to 1948, the Mineral Water Bowl is hosted by the Quarterback Club of Excelsior Springs, Mo. The game matches the highest-finishing team from the NSIC not selected for the NCAA Division II playoffs against the highest-finishing team from the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association (MIAA) not participating in the NCAA Division II playoffs. The first NSIC/MIAA meeting in 2000 marked the Mineral Water Bowl’s inaugural year of the Division II era. Winona State defeated Missouri Western State, 43-41, in triple overtime, marking the Warriors first-ever postseason win at the Division II level. Over the years the NSIC, comprised of schools of modest size, has provided extremely competitive intercollegiate athletic programs for its members. Although the programs are not designed to be equal to Division I athletics, many former NSIC athletes have distinguished themselves in national and international competition. Each member school emphasizes the educational, entertainment and unifying value of sports while pointing with pride to the many advantages to be gained by attending these colleges and universities. As some affiliated with the conference have coined, the NSIC quite possibly is, “the most competitive conference in NCAA Division II.”

NSIC Administration Quick Facts Affiliation:.......................... NCAA Division II Founded:........................................... 1932 Web Site:................. www.northernsun.org NSIC Fax Number:............(952) 378-1694 Address: . .. 2999 County Rd 42 W, Suite 136 Burnsville, MN 55306 Administration

Commissioner Lloyd “Butch” Raymond Office: (952) 500-8052 Cell: (651) 485-9406 e-mail: raymond@northernsun.org Senior Woman Administrator Erin Lind Office: (952) 500-8053 Cell: (612) 419-0339 e-mail: lind@northernsun.org Media Relations Nick Kornder Office/Cell: (651) 288-4017 e-mail: kornder@northernsun.org

Compliance Melissa Sewick Office: (952) 500-8054 Cell: (651) 792-6423 e-mail: Sewick@northernsun.org

Other NSIC Staff Football Officials Coordinator: Mike Nevin.................mnevin_fb@yahoo.com Cell Phone: . ...............(612) 730-9431 Basketball Officials Coordinator: Roy Ward................ roygward4@msn.com Phone/Fax:.......(651) 777-3973 / 2591 Volleyball Officials Coordinator: Jose Jones......................... jonesjj@isd.net Phone:.........................(612) 721-6676 Basketbal Officials Coordinator: Colin Kapitan......................kapitan@iw.net Cell Phone:................... 605-665-3462 Baseball Officials Coordinator: Shawn Vellek............s.vellek@comcast.net Phone:.........................(612) 928-1764

2010

BEAVER FOOTbALL

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NSIC Standings NORTH DIVISION

Overall NSIC

W L Pct. W L Pct. Minnesota Duluthb 11

2

.846 10

0

1.00

Minnesota Stateb 10

2

.833

9

1

.900

uBemidji St.

8

3 .727

7

3

.700

Wayne State

8

3

.727

7

3

.700

Augustanaa

8

4

.667

7

3

.700

St. Cloud State

7

4 .636

7

3

.700

Winona State

7

4

.636

6

4

.600

U-Mary

5

6 .455

5

5

.500

SMSU

5

6 .455

4

6

.400

Concordia-St. Paul

3

7 .300

3

8

.273

Upper Iowa

3

8 .273

2

8

.200

Northern State

2

9 .182

2

8

.200

MSU Moorhead

2

9 .182

1

9

.100

UM, Crookston

1 10 .091

0 10

.000

Final 2009 Overall Standings a= Mineral Water Bowl participant b-NCAA Playoff participant

FIRST-TEAM ALL-NSIC OFFENSE

FIRST-TEAM ALL-NSIC OFFENSE

FIRST-TEAM ALL-NSIC DEFENSE

FIRST-TEAM ALL-NSIC DEFENSE

First-team ALL-NSIC Special Teams

First-team ALL-NSIC Special Teams

SECOND-TEAM ALL-NSIC OFFENSE

SECOND-TEAM ALL-NSIC OFFENSE

SECOND-TEAM ALL-NSIC DEFENSE

SECOND-TEAM ALL-NSIC DEFENSE

Derek Edholm L.T. Brown Terry Newsome Jake Coauette Isaac Odim Tubias Lemke Sam Whitney D.J. Winfield Montrel Richardson Scott Ferguson Matt Theis Fred Williams

Jake Anderson Tiger Ellison Jordan Lardinois Bryan Wick Xavaier Cleveland Phil Thomas Robbie Aurich Kiel Fechtelkotter Korey Horn Kevin Pexa Cole Strilzuk Brandon Wood

David Nadeau D.J. Winfield Thomas Parrott

QB C WR TE RB C OT WR RB LT RT WR

LB CB DE DT NG DB LB LB LB DE DB DB

K RS P

Cory Immerman C Davis Mickelson OT Andrew Schultz WR Jamal Lomax RB Brad Foss RB Jeff Schiller C Joe Johnson WR Shaun DelaCalzada OT Brian Jark WR Laman Toiaivao OT Cody Andrson-Norblom TE Mitch Watkins QB

Linebacker Jake Anderson (top) and cornerback Tiger Ellison (above) were two of 14 Bemidji State players named All-Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference in 2009.

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SOUTH DIVISION

Andrew Eagan E.J. Reid Caleb Thompson Cody Eich Tyler Johnson Riley Lealos Jon Swart David Alvarez Adam Carvajal Greg Henderson Gyangelo Bradden Tony Kubes

2010

LB DE LB DB NT DE DL LB DB DB LB DB

Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. So. Jr.

Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr.

So. So. Jr.

Bemidji State University of Mary University of Mary Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Northern State St. Cloud State St. Cloud State St. Cloud State

Bemidji State Bemidji State Bemidji State Bemidji State University of Mary University of Mary Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth

Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Norhtern State

So. Bemidji State So. Bemidji State Jr. Bemidji State Jr. University of Mary Jr. Minnesota Duluth So. Minnesota, Crookston Sr. MSU Moorhead Sr. Northern State Sr. Northern State Jr. Northern State Sr. St. Cloud State Sr. St. Cloud State

Jr. Bemidji State Sr. University of Mary Jr. University of Mary So. Minnesota Duluth Sr. Minnesota Duluth Sr. Minnesota Duluth Sr. MSU Moorhead Sr. Northern State Jr. Northern State Fr. Northern State So. St. Cloud State So. St. Cloud State

Joe Clark Tyler Schulte Hayden Vavra Jake Aberg Adrian Battles Jeremy Clark Andy Schoonover Frederick Bruno Silas Fluellen Logan Masters Jason Enos Marcus Greatens

Mike Vanasek Junior Aumavae Randy Earl Jesse Hamilton Kevin Klug Kelvin Rodgers Bryan Schmid Nate Curran Ryan Reeves Cody Dummer Ryan Rothwell Brandon White

Gerald DeWet Kelvin Rodgers Nick Hope

Clinton Berentschot Sam Holsen Vincent Flury Matt Gray Ernest Walker Bill Noethlich Ryan Ratekin Blake Wilson Zach Wysong Nehemiah Blackburn Jake Runyon Trevin Bune

Nick Andreas Brady McIver Trevor Glonski Dan Felhberg Bryce Kinniry Matt McQuiston Levi Reiff Michael Bazata Anthony Hale Chauncey Charleson Matt Ulrich Lucas Wolfe

RB WR TE RB LT RT RG WR QB WR OG OT

DB DT DE DB LB DB DE DB LB LB NT LB

P RS K

LT WR WR LG RB LT QB WR RB OT C TE

DB DE LB LB DB LB DB DT LB DE DT DB

Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr.

Sr. Sr. Sr. So. Sr. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr.

Jr. Sr. Sr.

Sr. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr.

So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. So. Jr. Sr. So. So.

Augustana Augustana Concordia-St. Paul Minnesota State Minnesota State Minnesota State Minnesota State Wayne State Wayne State Wayne State Winona State Winona State

Augustana Minnesota State Minnesota State Minnesota State Minnesota State Minnesota State Minnesota State Upper Iowa Wayne State Winona State Winona State Winona State

Minnesota State Minnesota State Wayne State

Augustana Augustana Minnesota State Minnesota State Minnesota State SW Minnesota State SW Minnesota State SW Minnesota State SW Minnesota State Wayne State Wayne State Winona State

Augustana Augustana Concordia-St. Paul Minnesota State Minnesota State Minnesota State SW Minnesota State Wayne State Wayne State Winona State Winona State Winona State


Bemidji State Football NORTH DIVISION Second-Team ALL-NSIC Special Teams

Jesse Sundby Thomas Parrott Montrel Richardson

P K RS

So. Jr. Jr.

Bemidji State Northern State Northern State

Honorable Mention ALL-NSIC Dustin Kroeplin Brian Leonhardt Brody Scheff Tim Brown Terry Newsome Nick Thornton-Jack Cecil Brown Kolby Gruhot Keith McBride Garth Heikkinen Alex Miller Jake Larsen Nick Scharpf Jeff Schutte Trent DesLauriers Chris Hurd Ryan Olerud Michael Zerr Brian Kampa Ross Kees Brandon Geiss

RB TE SS CB RS OL DB DE RB LG P LB WR LB WR LB LB C DB DE RB

NSIC North Standings

SOUTH DIVISION

Fr. Bemidji State Fr. Bemidji State So. Bemidji State Sr. University of Mary Jr. University of Mary Sr. University of Mary Fr. Minnesota, Crookston So. Minnesota, Crookston Fr. Minnesota, Crookston Fr. Minnesota Duluth Jr. Minnesota Duluth Jr. MSU Moorhead Jr. MSU Moorhead So. MSU Moorhead Jr. Northern State Jr. Northern State Sr. Northern State Jr. Northern State Sr. St. Cloud State So. St. Cloud State So. St. Cloud State

RS = Return Specialist

Second-Team ALL-NSIC Special Teams

Steven King T.J. Schoenburg Blake Wilson

K P RS

Jr. Jr. Sr.

Concordia-St. Paul Concordia-St. Paul SW Minnesota State

Honorable Mention ALL-NSIC Eric Bergman Luke Butler Chris Janisch Andrew Keel Tyler Lynch Brandon McMichael Will Brown Tyler Hendrickson Calvin Simon Sam Brockshus Jesse Graves Ryan Luedtke Steve Pachan Don Thomas Brian Bular Derek Klinkner Shane LaDage Wade McDonough Matt Carmody Ben Curran Jesse Hubbard Joe Bundy Javal Jones Ryan Molacek Jeff Pokomy Curtis Dewberry Billy Emmauel IV Derrick Engel Rayon Simmons

DL QB LB LB RG LB DE OT WR K DB TE QB DE OL LB TE WR DT QB WR OG DB DB DT RB K WR RB

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

Augustana Augustana Augustana Augustana Augustana Augustana Concordia-St. Paul Concordia-St. Paul Concordia- St. Paul Minnesota State Minnesota State Minnesota State Minnesota State Minnesota State SW Minnesota State SW Minnesota State SW Minnesota State SW Minnesota State SW Minnesota State Upper Iowa Upper Iowa Wayne State Wayne State Wayne State Wayne State Winona State Winona State Winona State Winona State

Offensive Player of the Year

Defensive PLAYER of the Year

Isaac Odim

Robbie Aurich

RB

Jr.

Minnesota Duluth

LB

Jr.

Defensive NEWCOMER of the Year

Ryan Ratekin

Junior Aumavae

Jr.

SW Minnesota St.

Todd Hoffner

DT

Sr.

NSIC North W L Pct. W L Pct. Minnesota Duluth 11

2

.846

St. Cloud State

7

4

.636

6 0 1.00 5 1 .833

uBemidji St.

8

3 .727

4 2 .667 3 3 .500

U-Mary

5

6 .455

Northern State

2

9 .182

2 4 .333

MSU Moorhead

2

9 .182

1 5 .167

UM, Crookston

1 10 .091

0 6 .000

Final 2008 NSIC North Standings

NSIC South Standings Overall NSIC

W L Pct. W L Pct. Minnesota State 10

2

.833

6 0 1.00

Wayne State

8

3 .727

4 2 .667

Augustana

8

4

.667

4 2 .667

Winona State

7

4 .636

4 2 .667

Concordia-St. Paul

3

8

.273

2 4 .333

SW Minnesota St.

5

6 .455

1 5 .167

Upper Iowa

3

8 .273

0 6 .000

Final 2008 NSIC South Standings

Minnesota Duluth

Offensive Newcomer of the Year QB

Overall

Minnesota State

Coach of the Year

Minnesota State

2010

BEAVER FOOTbALL

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SCORING OFFENSE

Minnesota Duluth Minnesota State Winona State SW Minnesota St. St. Cloud State Wayne State Bemidji State Augustana College Upper Iowa U. of Mary Concordia-St. Paul Northern State <SU Moorhead Minnesota, Crookston

SCORING DEFENSE

Minnesota Duluth Minnesota State Bemidji State St. Cloud St. Augustana College Wayne State U. of Mary Winona State SW Minnesota St. Northern State Concordia-St. Paul MSU Moorhead Upper Iowa Minnesota, Crookston

G

TD XP 2XP DXP FG

Saf Pts Avg

G

TD XP 2XP DXP FG

Saf Pts Avg

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

PASS OFFENSE G Wayne State SW Minnesota St. Winona State Concordia-St. Paul Augustana College Upper Iowa Northern State U. of Mary MSU Moorhead St. Cloud State Minnesota State Bemidji State Minnesota, Crookston Minnesota Duluth

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

PASS DEFENSE G St. Cloud State MSU Moorhead U. of Mary Minnesota Duluth Bemidji State Minnesota State Northern State Concordia-St. Paul Winona State Wayne State SW Minnesota St. Minnesota, Crookston Augustana College Upper Iowa 321.8

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

KICKOFF RETURNS G Minnesota Duluth Winona State U. of Mary SW Minnesota St. St. Cloud State Minnesota State Northern State Augustana College MSU Moorhead Wayne State Bemidji State Minnesota, Crookston Upper Iowa Concordia-St. Paul

46

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

60 54 46 48 48 44 45 43 36 32 27 25 14 15

17 26 27 27 28 31 34 35 35 45 52 58 59 63

58 44 35 36 36 40 37 36 30 27 20 18 11 11

12 19 21 26 22 26 29 30 31 42 41 48 44 48

0 4 3 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 3 1 0 0

1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 5 3

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

6 9 11 5 4 11 4 5 6 6 13 7 7 2

1 6 6 7 7 6 7 6 10 4 8 11 11 7

0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1

436 403 350 341 339 337 321 309 270 237 229 191 116 107

119 193 205 209 211 232 254 258 272 324 381 433 441 455

43.6 40.3 35.0 34.1 33.9 33.7 32.1 30.9 27.0 23.7 22.9 19.1 11.6 10.7

11.9 19.3 20.5 20.9 21.1 23.2 25.4 25.8 27.1 32.4 38.1 43.3 44.1 45.5

Att Cmp Int Pct. Yds Avg TD Yds/G

361 352 289 390 264 358 348 330 363 229 235 229 296 157

239 223 173 227 171 205 193 183 198 151 118 139 136 100

10 14 8 22 6 13 17 14 23 5 9 5 19 5

66.2 63.4 59.9 58.2 64.8 57.3 55.5 55.5 54.4 65.9 50.2 60.7 45.9 63.7

3042 2804 2650 2638 2415 2390 2154 2072 1930 1885 1875 1757 1358 1320

8.4 8.0 9.2 6.8 9.1 6.7 6.2 6.3 5.3 8.2 8.0 7.7 4.6 8.4

25 29 23 11 27 14 12 21 9 22 20 25 5 12

304.2 280.4 265.0 263.8 241.5 239.0 215.4 207.2 193.0 188.5 187.5 175.7 135.8 132.0

Att Cmp Int Pct. Yds Avg TD Yds/G

282 239 273 315 297 387 255 277 291 333 315 230 345 362

155 141 165 159 164 207 165 156 177 197 194 164 188 224

Ret Yds 26 44 44 54 39 33 51 38 74 34 38 66 63 59

694 1029 929 1140 786 665 994 739 1439 646 639 1054 987 874

15 6 8 11 12 26 15 8 13 15 9 6 8 18

55.0 59.0 60.4 50.5 55.2 53.5 64.7 56.3 60.8 59.2 61.6 71.3 54.5 61.9

1771 1922 1939 1958 2006 2026 2078 2085 2137 2144 2261 2263 2482 3128

TD Avg 2 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0

BEAVER FOOTbALL

26.7 23.4 21.1 21.1 20.2 20.2 19.5 19.4 19.4 09.0 16.8 16.0 15.7 14.8

2010

6.3 8.0 7.1 6.2 6.8 5.2 8.1 7.5 7.3 6.4 7.2 9.8 7.2 8.9

16 26 16 13 11 11 19 20 19 19 14 29 15 27

177.1 192.2 193.9 195.8 200.6 202.6 207.8 208.5 213.7 214.4 226.1 226.3 248.2

RUSHING OFFENSE G Att Yds Avg TD Yds/G Minnesota Duluth Minnesota State St. Cloud State Bemidji State Augustana College Wayne State Upper Iowa U. of Mary Winona State Northern State SW Minnesota St. Minnesota, Crookston MSU Moorhead

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

493 453 395 460 382 373 377 360 340 322 247 344 293

3129 2194 1959 1790 1783 1612 1597 1469 1464 1221 1077 763 487

6.3 4.8 5.0 3.9 4.7 4.3 4.2 4.1 4.3 3.8 4.4 2.2 1.7

44 31 22 19 15 19 21 10 20 12 15 9 4

312.9 219.4 195.9 179.0 178.3 161.2 159.7 146.9 146.4 122.1 107.7 76.3 48.7

RUSHING DEFENSE G Att Yds Avg. TD Yds/G Minnesota Duluth Bemidji State Augustana College Minnesota State Wayne State Winona State SW Minnesota St. St. Cloud State U. of Mary Concordia-St. Paul Upper Iowa Minnesota, Crookston Northern State MSU Moorhead

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

272 293 331 289 378 364 395 370 382 411 407 390 420 408

479 824 1073 1137 1303 1304 1508 1510 1578 1902 1914 2061 2353 2428

1.8 2.8 3.2 3.9 3.4 3.6 3.8 4.1 4.1 4.6 4.7 5.3 5.6 6.0

3 14 13 11 10 15 19 11 18 29 28 29 25 30

47.9 82.4 107.3 113.7 130.3 130.4 150.8 151.0 157.8 190.2 191.4 206.1 235.3 242.8

TOTAL OFFENSE G Rush Pass Plays Yards Avg/P TD Yds/G Wayne State Minnesota Duluth Augustana College Winona State Minnesota State Upper Iowa SW Minnesota St. St. Cloud State Bemidji State U. of Mary Concordia-St. Paul Northern State MSU Moorhead Minnesota, Crookston

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

1612 3129 1783 1464 2194 1597 1077 1959 1790 1469 829 1221 487 763

3042 1320 2415 2650 1875 2390 2804 1885 1757 2072 2638 2154 1930 1358

734 650 646 629 688 735 599 624 689 690 661 670 656 640

4654 4449 4198 4114 4069 3987 3881 3844 3547 3541 3467 3375 2417 2121

6.3 6.8 6.5 6.4 5.9 5.4 6.5 6.2 5.1 5.1 5.2 5.0 3.7 3.3

44 56 42 43 51 35 44 44 44 31 25 24 13 14

465.4 444.9 419.8 411.4 406.9 298.7 388.1 284.4 354.7 354.1 346.7 337.5 241.7 212.1


Bemidji State Football TOTAL DEFENSE G Rush Pass Plys Yards Avg TD Yds/G Minnesota Duluth Bemidji State Minnesota State St. Cloud State Winona State Wayne State U. of Mary Augustana College SW Minnesota St. Concordia-St. Paul Minnesota, Crookston MSU Moorhead Northern State

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

PUNT RETURNS G Minnesota State SW Minnesota St. St. Cloud State Minnesota Duluth U. of Mary Concordia-St. Paul Upper Iowa Northern State Augustana College MSU Moorhead Winona State Minnesota, Crookston Wayne State Bemidji State

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

PASS EFFICIENCY G Augustana College St. Cloud State Winona State Bemidji State Wayne State Minnesota Duluth SW Minnesota St. Minnesota State U. of Mary Upper Iowa Concordia-St. Paul Northern State MSU Moorhead Minnesota, Crookston

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

PASS DEF EFFICIENCY G Minnesota State Minnesota Duluth St. Cloud St. Bemidji State Wayne State Augustana College SW Minnesota St. U. of Mary Winona State Concordia-St. Paul Northern State Upper Iowa MSU Moorhead Minnesota, Crookston

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

479 824 1137 1510 1304 1303 1578 1073 1508 1902 2061 2428 2353

1958 2006 2026 1771 2137 2144 1939 2482 2261 2085 2263 1922 2078

Ret Yds 24 20 20 14 14 11 5 9 19 15 8 6 26 20

360 232 224 143 142 110 45 77 161 127 65 46 181 137

Att Cmp

264 229 289 229 361 157 352 235 330 358 390 348 363 296

171 151 173 139 239 100 223 118 183 205 227 193 198 136

587 590 676 652 655 711 655 676 710 688 620 647 675

2437 2830 3163 3281 3441 3447 3517 3555 3769 3987 4324 4350 4431

4.2 4.8 4.7 5.0 5.3 4.8 5.4 5.3 5.3 5.8 7.0 6.7 6.6

16 25 22 27 34 29 34 28 33 49 58 56 44

243.7 283.0 316.3 328.1 344.1 344.7 351.7 355.5 376.9 398.7 432.4 435.0 443.1

TD Avg 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0

15.0 11.6 11.2 10.2 10.1 10.0 9.0 8.6 8.5 8.5 8.1 7.7 7.0 6.8

6 5 8 5 10 5 14 9 14 13 22 17 23 19

2415 1885 2650 1757 3042 1320 2804 1875 2072 2390 2638 2154 1930 1358

27 22 23 25 25 12 29 20 21 14 11 12 9 5

170.8 162.4 157.6 156.8 154.3 153.2 149.5 137.7 1207 119.0 113.0 109.1 94.7 77.2

Att Cmp Int Pct. Yds TD Effic

387 315 282 297 333 345 315 273 291 277 255 362 239 230

207 159 155 164 197 188 194 165 177 156 165 224 141 164

26 11 15 12 15 8 9 8 13 8 15 18 6 6

53.5 50.5 55.0 55.2 59.2 54.5 61.6 60.4 60.8 56.3 64.7 61.9 59.0 71.3

Odim, Isaac UMD JR Lomax, Jamal MARY JR Clark, Joe AUGIE JR Aberg, Jake MSU FR Richardson, Montrel NSU JR Kroeplin, Dustin BSU FR Wysong, Zach SMSU SR Simmons, Rayon WSU FR McBride, Keith UMC FR

10 9 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

199 206 179 152 149 177 136 155 219

1519 1115 953 952 846 844 823 756 753

7.6 5.4 5.3 6.3 5.7 4.8 6.1 4.9 3.4

25 6 10 9 6 8 4 12 6

151.9 123.9 95.3 95.2 84.6 84.4 82.3 75.6 75.3

PASSING AVG/GAME Team YR G Att-Cmp-Int Pct. Yds TD Avg/G Fluellen, Silas Ratekin, Ryan Preston, Greg Butler, Luke Curran, Ben Brecke, Mitch Fiegler, Joei Lau, Henry Fry, Zach Edholm, Derek

WSC SMU WSU AUGIE UIU CU NSU MARY MSUM BSU

SR JR SR SR JR SR JR SR FR JR

10 10 10 9 8 9 10 9 10 10

359-237-10 333-213-12 271-160-8 233-152-5 271-160-7 264-159-16 317-177-15 292-161-14 320-180-22 203-124-5

66.0 64.0 59.0 65.2 59.0 60.2 55.8 55.1 56.2 61.1

3030 2653 2427 2094 1861 1851 1987 1742 1776 1574

25 29 21 23 11 7 12 19 9 24

303.0 265.3 242.7 232.7 232.6 205.7 198.7 193.6 77.6 157.4

TOTAL OFFENSE Team YR G Rush Pass Plays Total Yds/G

Pct Int Yds TD Effic

.648 .659 .599 .607 .662 .637 .634 .502 .555 .573 .582 .555 .545 .459

RUSHING Team YR G Att Yds Avg TD Yds/G

2026 1958 1771 2006 2144 2482 2261 1939 2137 2085 2078 3218 1922 2263

11 13 16 11 19 15 14 16 19 20 19 27 26 29

93.4 109.3 155.8 166.1 123.1 124.6 130.8 133.6 135.1 137.6 146.0 151.2 157.4 190.3

Fluellen, Silas Preston, Greg Ratekin, Ryan Curran, Ben Butler, Luke Brecke, Mitch Fiegler, Joei Lau, Henry Edholm, Derek Fry, Zach

WSC WSU SMSU UIU AUGIE CU NSU MARY BSU MSUM

SR SR JR JR SR SR JR SR JR FR

10 10 10 8 9 9 10 9 10 10

445 218 -76 153 120 39 -84 -47 269 -173

3030 2427 2653 1861 2094 1851 1987 1742 1574 1776

479 334 363 329 279 316 361 341 316 372

3475 2645 2577 2014 2214 1890 1903 1695 1843 1603

347.5 264.5 257.7 251.8 246.0 210.0 190.3 188.3 184.3 160.3

RECEPTIONS/GAME Team YR G Rec Yds TD Avg/C Rec/G Bruno, Frederick WSC Masters, Logan WSC Wilson, Blake SMSU Williams, Fred SCSU Hubbard, Jessie UIU Johnson, Joe MSUM Campbell, Sam CU Schultenover, Jordan CU McDonough, Wade SMSU

JR SR SR JR SO SR SO SR SO

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

74 63 60 57 53 53 50 48 46

1096 811 819 710 852 532 409 726 645

8 5 12 10 6 0 2 2 8

14.8 12.9 13.6 12.5 16.1 10.0 8.2 15.1 14.0

7.40 6.30 6.00 5.70 5.30 5.30 5.00 4.80 4.60

RECEIVE YDS/GAME Team YR G Rec Yds TD Avg/C Yds/G Bruno, Frederick WSC Hubbard, Jessie UIU Wilson, Blake SMSU Masters, Logan WSC Simon, Calvin CU Schultenover, Jordan CU Williams, Fred SCSU Newsome, Terry MARY McDonough, Wade SMSU Engel, Derrick WSU

JR SO SR SR JR SR JR JR SO FR

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

74 53 60 63 44 48 57 48 46 24

1096 852 819 811 762 726 710 693 645 643

ALL PURPOSE Team YR G Rush Rcv Odim, Isaac Bruno, Frederick Richardson, Montrel Lomax, Jamal Johnson, Joe Newsome, Terry Dewberry, Curtis Williams, Fred Clark, Joe Matthews, Warren

UMD JR WSC JR NSU JR MARY JR MSUM SR MARY JR WSU SO SCSU JR AUGIE JR SMSU FR

2010

10 1519 10 368 10 846 9 1115 10 2 10 54 9 178 10 -10 10 953 10 141

171 1096 331 151 532 693 236 710 227 140

PR

0 150 0 0 89 0 47 13 0 8

8 6 12 5 4 2 10 4 8 5

14.8 16.1 13.6 12.9 17.3 15.1 12.5 14.4 14.0 26.8

109.6 85.2 81.9 81.1 76.2 72.6 71.0 69.3 64.5 64.3

KR Yds Avg/G

292 347 383 0 744 527 607 469 0 872

1982 1961 1560 1266 1367 1274 1068 1182 1180 1161

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198.2 196.1 156.0 140.7 136.7 127.4 118.7 118.2 118.0 116.1

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Rushing / Passing / Receiving Combos 100-yard rusher & 100-yard receiver 2 100-yard rushers & 2 100-yard receivers 100-yard rusher, 100-yard receiver & 300-yard passer 100 yards rushing & 100 yards receiving 200 yds pass/100 yds rush

Rushing

30+ attempts 40+ attempts 150+ yards 200+ yards 200+ yards, season opener 300+ yards Two 100-yard rushers Consecutive 100-yard gms Consecutive 150-yard gms Consecutive 200-yard gms 50+-yard run 70+-yard run 70+-yard run QB 3+ rushing TDs 4+ rushing TDs 100+ yards, QB 2+ rushing TDs, QB * BSU record for a QB

Passing

30+ attempts 40+ attempts 20+ completions 30+ completions 300+ yards passing 400+ yards passing Consec. 250-yard games Consec. 300-yard games 70-yard completion 80-yard completion 90-yard completion 4+ TD passes 5+ TD passes 3+ interceptions

Eurise Watson (109 rush) & Anthony Schreiber (125 rec) vs. Upper Iowa, 11/10/2006 Eddie Acosta (115 rush) & Dan Mell (116 rush); Jason Leden (158 rec) & Ryan Welle (103 rec). at Southwest State, 10/13/2001 Tyler Olson (107 rush) & Michael Nordyke (192 rec) & Adam Noble (172 rec) & Nathan Sannes (500 pass) at Chadron State, 9/11/2004 Eddie Acosta (117 rush, 137 rec) vs MSU-Moorhead, 10/20/2001 Marty Follis (203/140) vs Nebraska-Kearney, 11/14/1992

30, Brandon Miles at SW Minnesota State, 10/27/2007 48, Eddie Acosta vs. MSU-Moorhead, 10/4/2003 155, Eurise Watson vs. Pittsburg State, 12/2/2006 202, Tyler Olson at Minnesota State, 8/26/2004 202, Tyler Olson at Minnesota State, 8/26/2004 319, John Gronski vs. Southwest State, 10/31/1987 Alvaro Carvajal (165) & Tyler Olson (104) at Minnesota, Crookston, 10/15/2005 2, Dustin Kroeplin 105 vs. U-Mary, 10/31/2009 142 vs. Concordia-St. Paul, 11/7/2009 3, Eddie Acosta 186 at Northern State, 9/29/2001 203 vs Concordia-St. Paul, 10/6/2001 153 at Southwest State, 10/13/2001 3, John Gronski 319 vs. Southwest State 10/31/1987 221 vs. MSU-Moorhead, 11/7/1987 201 vs. Huron, 11/14/1987 52, Lance Rongstad vs. MSU-Moorhead, 9/19/2009 86, Anthony Schreiber vs. Upper Iowa, 11/10/2006 71*, Geoff Martinson at Minot State, 9/1/2001 3, Derek Edholm at Minnesota State, 9/5/2009 4, Tyler Olson vs. Minnesota, Crookston, 9/23/2006 105, Lance Rongstad vs. St. Cloud State, 10/3/2009 3, Derek Edholm at Minnesota State, 9/5/2009

41, Derek Edholm vs. Minnesota Duluth, 10/24/2009 41, Derek Edholm vs. Minnesota Duluth, 10/24/2009 27, Derek Edholm vs. Minnesota Duluth, 10/24/2009 33, Derek Edholm at Minot State, 8/28/2008 391, Derek Edholm vs. Minnesota Duluth, 10/24/2009 500, Nathan Sannes at Chadron (Neb.) State, 9/11/2004 4, Nathan Sannes 287 at Wisconsin-River Falls, 9/17/2005 377 at Concordia-St. Paul, 9/24/2005 298 vs. SW Minnesota State, 10/1/2005 308 at Winona State, 10/8/2005 4, Geoff Martinson 389 at Southwest State, 10/13/2001 324 vs. MSU-Moorhead, 10/20/2001 338 vs. Minnesota Duluth, 10/27/2001 314 at Minnesota-Morris, 11/3/2001 82 (TD), Derek Edholm to Cameron Abram vs. U-Mary, 10/31/2009 82 (TD), Derek Edholm to Cameron Abram vs. U-Mary, 10/31/2009 95 (TD), Jason Leden from Geoff Martinson at Southwest State, 10/13/2001 5, Derek Edholm vs. Minnesota Duluth, 10/24/2009 5, Derek Edholm vs. Minnesota Duluth, 10/24/2009 3, Cory Wardrope vs Wayne State (Neb.), 10/13/2007

Receiving

10+ receptions 10, George Kadlec at Minot State, 8/28/2008 125+ yards 156, George Kadlec vs. U-Mary, 11/1/2008 150+ yards 156, George Kadlec vs. U-Mary, 11/1/2008 175+ yards 179, Anthony Schreiber vs. Upper Iowa, 11/9/2007 200+ yards 239, Anthony Schreiber vs. Wayne State (Neb.), 11/5/2005 Two receivers, 125+ yards Michael Nordyke (192) & Adam Noble (172) at Chadron (Neb.) State 9/11/2004 Consecutive 100-yard gms 3, George Kadlec at Minnesota Duluth, 10/25/2008 vs. U-Mary, 11/1/2008 vs. Concordia-St. Paul, 11/8/2008 3+ TD receptions 3, Brian Leonhardt vs. Minnesota Duluth, 10/24/2009 100+ yards, RB 137, Eddie Acosta vs. MSU-Moorhead, 10/20/2001 50+ yard reception, RB 56, Dustin Kroeplin vs. Minnesota Duluth, 10/24/2009 Consecutive gms with 2+ TD rec. 3, George Kadlec at Minnesota Duluth, 10/25/2008 vs. U-Mary, 11/1/2008 vs. Concordia-St. Paul, 11/8/2008

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2010

BSU - Team

30+ first downs 35 at Chadron (Neb.) State, 9/11/2004 300+ yards rushing 358 at Minnesota, Crookston, 10/15/2005 <50 yards net rushing 25 vs. Minnesota Duluth, 10/24/2009 <100 yards net rushing 25 vs. Minnesota Duluth, 10/24/2009 400+ yards passing 500 at Chadron (Neb.) State, 9/11/2004 500+ yards total offense 603 at Minnesota, Crookston, 10/15/2005 600+ yards total offense 603 at Minnesota, Crookston, 10/15/2005 Consec gm, 400+ yds at Wisconsin-River Falls (463), 9/17/2005 at Concordia-St. Paul (458), 9/24/2005 vs. SW Minnesota State (510), 10/1/2005 at Winona State (428), 10/8/2005 at Minnesota, Crookston (603), 10/15/2005 <200 yards total offense 196 at Concordia-St. Paul, 10/12/2002 700+ all-purpose yards 820 at Chadron (Neb.) State, 9/11/2004 40+ points 45 vs. Minnesota, Crookston, 10/17/2009 50+ points 56 vs. Upper Iowa, 11/9/2007 60+ points 69 at Minnesota-Morris, 11/3/2001 70+ points 70 vs. Minnesota-Morris, 10/28/2000 0 penalties vs. Minnesota Duluth, 8/31/2006 15+ penalties 17 vs. Minot State, 9/4/2004 100+ yards in penalties 106 at MSU-Moorhead, 9/20/2008 4+ interceptions by 5 vs. Upper Iowa, 11/9/2007 7+ sacks by 7 vs. St. Cloud State, 10/3/2009 7+ sacks against 7 at MSU-Moorhead, 9/20/2008 5+ fumbles 6 at U-Mary, 10/6/2007 3+ fumbles lost 3 at U-Mary, 10/6/2007 20+ tackles for loss 22 vs. Minnesota-Morris, 10/28/2000 Scored a safety at Concordia-St. Paul, (sack in the end zone), 11/7/2009 Allowed a safety at Concordia-St. Paul, (blkd punt rec. in the end zone), 11/7/2009 Shutout vs. Wayne State (Neb.) (24-0), 11/6/2004 Shutout, vs NSIC opp. vs. Wayne State (Neb.) (24-0), 11/6/2004 Shut out by Minnesota Duluth (0-41), 11/8/1997 Shut out by NSIC opp. Minnesota Duluth (0-41), 11/8/1997 Shut out by, 1st half vs. Winona State (0-0), 10/21/2006 Shut out by, 2nd half at U-Mary (0-3), 10/6/2007 Overtime game at Minnesota State (L, 34-37/1OT), 9/5/2009 4+-overtime game 4 (W, 67-65), vs. Southwest State, 10/7/2000 Come-from-behind win at Minot State (12-24 at 4:08/3rd; 27-24); 8/28/2008 Rally from 14+ pt. deficit vs. Minnesota, Crookston (20-35 at 1:02/2nd; 47-35); 11/15/2003 Blew 14+ point lead vs. Wayne State (Neb.) (28-10 at 0:00/2nd, L, 28-38), 11/5/2005 Outgained by/100+ yds/win vs. Northern State (-152, 462-310), 10/15/2005 Outgained/150+ yds/loss vs. U-Mary (+195, 362-167: L, 27-21), 10/7/2006 Allow 500+ yds in win at Northern State (569), 10/25/2003

BSU - Miscellaneous “Hail Mary” TD pass 1,000 yds cmb offense 300+ yds indv. offense 400+ yds indv. offense Consec gm, 300+ yds off 4+ TDs scored 5+ TDs scored 5+ TDs accounted for 6+ TDs accounted for 3+ field goals 5+ PATS 7+ PATs 40-yd+ FG 6+ punts 80+ yard punt 15+ tackles 5+ tackles-for-loss 3+ sacks 2+ interceptions 3+ interceptions 5+ PBU Defensive PAT TD on INT return TD on fumble return TD on punt return 2+ TDs on punt returns TD on kickoff return TD on KO & punt ret Consec. gm w/ret. TD 100+ total return yards 200+ total return yards Blocked field goal Blocked punt 2+ blocked punts Blocked PAT 2+ blocked kicks, game

Derek Edholm to Jody Henningson vs. Minnesota Duluth, 10/24/2009 1,025 at Minnesota, Crookston (422), 10/15/2005 393, Derek Edholm (391 pass, 2 rush) vs. Minnesota Duluth, 10/24/2009 438, Nathan Sannes (396 pass, 42 rush) vs. Wayne State (Neb.), 11/5/2005 4, Nathan Sannes 313 at Wisconsin-River Falls (287 pass, 26 rush), 9/17/2005 391 at Concordia-St. Paul (377 pass, 14 rush), 9/24/2005 310 vs. SW Minnesota State (298 pass, 12 rush), 10/1/2005 307 at Winona State (308 pass, -1 rush), 10/8/2005 4, Tyler Olson (4 rush) vs. Minnesota-Crookston, 9/23/2006 5, Tyler Olson (4 rush, 1 rec) at Minnesota State, 8/26/2004 5, Derek Edholm (5 pass) vs. Minnesota Duluth, 10/24/2009 6, Nathan Sannes (6 pass) at Minot (N.D.) St., 9/3/2005 3, Neil Collier vs. Wisconsin-River Falls, 11/10/2000 6-6, Jesse Sundby at Northern State, 9/26/2009 8-8, Michael McDonald vs. Minnesota, Crookston, 9/23/2006 42, Paul Potemra at Wayne State (Neb.), 10/11/2008 9, Jesse Sundby vs. Minnesota Duluth, 10/24/2009 84, Neil Collier at Concordia-St. Paul, 10/12/2002 16, Jake Anderson vs. St. Cloud State, 10/2/2009 5, Wes Ehlers vs. Minnesota-Morris, 10/28/2000 3, Jake Anderson vs. St. Cloud State, 10/2/2009 2, Terrell Phelps vs. Minnesota, Crookston, 10/18/2008 3, Corey Brewer vs Wayne State (Neb.), 11/6/2004 6, Torry Joubert vs Concordia-St. Paul, 9/25/2004 Corey Brewer (INT) vs. Concordia-St. Paul, 9/25/2004 Rob Wills (15 yds) at Minnesota State, 9/5/2009 Seth Iverson (62 yds) vs. Wisconsin-River Falls, 9/18/2004 Anthony Schreiber (57 yds) vs. Concordia-St. Paul, 11/3/2007 Jason Leden (70 yds, 80 yds) at St. Thomas, 9/8/2001 Anthony Schreiber (90 yds) at Minnesota, Crookston, 9/22/2007 A.J. Ritacco (40 punt, 79 KO) vs. Winona State, 11/15/1986 2, Jason Leden vs. Minnesota, Crookston (97 yds, KO), 11/4/2000 vs. Wisconsin-River Falls (79 yds, punt), 11/10/2000 100, Brandon Miles (100 KO) at Wayne State, 10/11/2008 218, Jason Leden (154 punt, 64 KO) at St. Thomas, 9/8/2001 Aaron Roland, two times (29,27) vs. Minnesota State, 9/6/2008 Aaron Roland vs. U-Mary, 10/31/2009 2, at Southwest State, 10/9/1999 Jason Broom at Minnesota, Crookston, 10/17/2009 2 (FG,FG) vs. Minnesota State (9/6/2008)


Bemidji State Football Quickly... Passing Yardage

Game: Season: Career:

Attempts

Game: Season: Career:

Completions

Game: Season: Career:

Touchdowns

Game: Season: Career:

500.........................9/11/2004 Nathan Sannes at Chadron (Neb.) St. 2,798.............................. 2001 Geoff Martinson 5,293.....................1998-2001 Geoff Martinson 57.........................10/11/1975 Scott Longenecker vs St. Cloud State 320................................. 2005 Nathan Sannes 779............................1989-92 Marty Follis

Game: Season: Career:

6...............................9/3/2005 Nathan Sannes at Minot (N.D.) St. 27................................... 2005 Nathan Sannes 51..........................1998-2001 Geoff Martinson 51..............................2001-05 Nathan Sannes .937........................11/3/2001 Geoff Martinson (15-16) at Minn.-Morris .652................................ 2008 Derek Edholm (193-296) .621............................ 2007-P Derek Edholm (336-541)

2,798 2,643 2,341 2,308 2,288 2,153 2,136 1,990 1,922 1,750

Geoff Martinson (185-295-9) Nathan Sannes (186-320-13) Ben Morie (166-294-13) Geoff Martinson (165-296-12) Nathan Sannes (165-282-9) Jason Smith (155-288-10) Derek Edholm (193-296-5) Jason Smith (159-286-11) Scott Longenecker (153-293-15) Ben Morie (124-223-6)

Passing Attempts

(since 1971) yr name (comp/yds)

Gary Dahlberg (49/813) Scott Lindberg (44/426) Scott Lindberg (44/508) Scott Lindberg (72/899) Scott Longenecker (107/1,181) Scott Longenecker (44/411) Scott Longenecker (153/1,922) Ron Johnson (52/631) Mike Harreld (77/841) John Noga (61/600) Mike Harreld (77/841) Sean Keating (63/770) Todd Jeffers (77/1,218) Tom Peterson (102/1,404) Tom Peterson (135/1,703) Brad Maendler (88/934) Brad Maendler (109/1,210) Stephan Vanner (80/1,041) Marty Follis (63/831) Marty Follis (83/887) Marty Follis (65/1,118) Marty Follis (90/1,394) Bert Brandt (64/789) Bert Brandt (84/1,185) Kyle Christianson (36/449) Kyle Christanson (51/508) Pat O’Connor (91/1,132) Ben Morie (124/1,750) Ben Morie (165/2,322) Geoff Martinson (165/2,308) Geoff Martinson (185/2,798) Jason Smith (155/2,153) Jason Smith (159/1,990) Nathan Sannes (282/2,288) Nathan Sannes (320/2,643) Cory Wardrope (96/1,187) Cory Wardrope (131/1,162) Derek Edholm (193/2,136) Derek Edholm (130/1,662)

320 296 296 295 294 293 288 286 282 263

Nathan Sannes (186-320-13) Derek Edholm (193-296-5) Geoff Martinson (165-296-12) Geoff Martinson (185-295-9) Ben Morie (166-294-13) Scott Longenecker (153-293-15) Jason Smith (155-288-10) Jason Smith (159-286-11) Nathan Sannes (165-282-9) Tom Peterson (135-263-11)

Season

Derek Edholm (193-296-5) Nathan Sannes (186-320-13) Geoff Martinson (185-295-9) Ben Morie (166-294-13) Geoff Martinson (165-296-12) Nathan Sannes (165-282-9) Jason Smith (159-286-11) Jason Smith (155-288-10) Scott Longenecker (153-293-15) Tom Peterson (135-263-11)

ypg 90.3 47.3 56.4 99.9 131.2 41.1 192.2 70.1 55.6 60.0 55.6 77.0 110.7 127.6 170.3 84.9 121.0 115.7 92.3 80.6 124.2 139.4 78.9 131.6 56.1 63.5 113.2 194.4 211.1 209.8 254.4 195.7 180.9 208.0 264.3 118.7 166.2 213.6 151.1

Nathan Sannes Geoff Martinson Geoff Martinson wDerek Edholm Jason Smith Jason Smith Ben Morie Nathan Sannes Cory Wardrope Derek Edholm

Season (min 165 att)

Derek Edholm (193-296-5) Geoff Martinson (185-295-9) wDerek Edholm (130-213-5) Cory Wardrope (131-222-10) Nathan Sannes (165-282-9) Nathan Sannes (186-320-13) Ben Morie (166-294-13) Geoff Martinson (165-296-12) Ben Morie (124-223-6) Jason Smith (159-286-11)

2008 2000 2009 2007 2004 2005 1999 2000 1998 2003

Passing Efficiency Season (min 165 att) 165.4 160.6 147.2 144.9 142.6 141.4 141.0 138.1 136.9 136.0

Geoff Martinson (185-295-9) wDerek Edholm (130-213-5) Nathan Sannes (186-320-13) Nathan Sannes (165-282-9) Cory Wardrope (131-222-10) Derek Edholm (193-296-5) Geoff Martinson (165-296-12) Ben Morie (166-294-13) Ben Morie (124-223-6) Jason Smith (155-288-10)

779 687 637 613 578 541 517 466 385 382

Marty Follis (301-779-44) Scott Longenecker (305-687-44) Nathan Sannes 9368-637-24) Geoff Martinson (359-613-22) Jason Smith (317-578-21) wDerek Edholm (336-541-14) Ben Morie (290-517-19) Tom Peterson (237-466-21) Scott Lindberg (166-385-28) Mike Harreld (167-382-24)

1989-92 1974-77 2001-05 1998-01 2000-03 2007-P 1998-99 1984-85 1971-74 1979-81

368 359 336 317 305 301 290 237 227 336

Nathan Sannes (368-637-24) Geoff Martinson (359-613-22) wDerek Edholm (336-541-14) Jason Smith (317-578-21) Scott Longenecker (305-687-44) Marty Folllis (301-779-44) Ben Morie (290-517-19) Tom Peterson (237-466-21) Cory Wardrope (227-375-13) Derek Edholm (336-541-14)

2001-05 1998-01 2007-P 2000-03 1974-77 1989-92 1998-99 1984-85 2006-07 2007-P

51 51 46 42 35 31 29 27 17 15

Geoff Martinson Nathan Sannes Jason Smith wDerek Edholm Ben Morie Cory Wardrope Tom Peterson Marty Follis Scott Longenecker Brad Maendler

1998-01 2001-05 2000-03 2007-P 1998-99 2006-07 1984-85 1989-92 1974-77 1986-87

500 439 430 396 391 389 377 359 339 338 330 327 324 322 319 314 313 308 308 305 304 303 303 301 298 291 290 288 287 283 274 272 271 271 270 269 264 264 261 259 259 255 256 256 253

Nathan Sannes at Chadron St. 9/11/04 Scott Longenecker UW-Superior 11/12/77 Geoff Martinson Southwest St. 10/07/00 Nathan Sannes vs Wayne St. (Neb.) 11/5/05 wDerek Edholm vs. Minn. Duluth 10/24/09 Geoff Martinson at Southwest St. 10/13/01 Nathan Sannes at C’cdia-St. Paul 9/24/05 Stephan Vanner UM-Morris 09/24/88 Brad Maendler UM-Morris 10/04/86 Geoff Martinson Minn.-Duluth 10/27/01 Tom Peterson Moorhead St. 09/29/84 Tom Peterson UM-Morris 10/11/85 Geoff Martinson MSU-Moorhead 10/20/01 Scott Longenecker St. Cloud State 10/11/1975 Derek Edholm at Minot State 8/28/08 Geoff Martinson at Minn.-Morris 11/03/01 Todd Jeffers N’western (Iowa) 10/22/83 Jason Smith Minn.-Crookston 11/15/03 Nathan Sannes at Winona St. 10/8/05 Tim Stevens Southwest St. 09/17/83 Ben Morie UW-Stevens Point 11/14/99 Jason Smith Northern St. 10/5/02 Stephan Vanner Northern St. 10/01/88 Pat O’Connor Minn.-Morris 10/18/97 Nathan Sannes SW Minnesota St. 10/1/05 Geoff Martinson Winona St. 09/15/01 Nathan Sannes at Minot State 9/3/05 Todd Jeffers Mayville St. 11/05/83 Nathan Sannes at UW-River Falls 9/17/05 Tom Peterson Winona St. 10/05/85 Ben Morie Wayne St. (Neb.) 09/18/99 Ben Morie Minn. Duluth 10/23/99 Geoff Martinson St. Thomas 09/09/00 Geoff Martinson Concordia-St. Paul 10/06/01 Kyle Christianson Winona St. 10/03/98 Todd Jeffers Minn. Duluth 10/29/83 Derek Edholm Northern State 9/27/08 Ben Morie Minn.-Crookston 11/06/99 Derek Edholm at Minn. Duluth 10/25/08 Jason Smith Southwest State 10/19/02 Ben Morie Southwest St. 11/07/98 Cory Wardrope at Wayne St. (Neb.) 10/14/06 Derek Edholm at St. Cloud State 10/4/08 Derek Edholm Concordia-St. Paul 11/8/08 Geoff Martinson Minn.-Crookston 11/04/00

*records available beginning with 1980 season

Career (min 300 att) .621 .605 .586 .578 .561 .548 .527 .509 .444 .437

wDerek Edholm (336-541-14) Cory Wardrope (227-375-13) Geoff Martinson (359-613-22) Nathan Sannes (368-637-24) Ben Morie (290-517-19) Jason Smith (317-578-21) Brad Maendler (197-374-24) Tom Peterson (237-466-21) Scott Longenecker (305-687-44) Mike Harreld (167-382-24)

2007-P 2006-07 1998-01 2001-05 1998-99 2000-03 1986-87 1984-85 1974-77 1979-81

Career (min 300 att) 2001 2009 2005 2004 2007 2008 2000 1999 1998 2002

250-Yard Passing Games Season

6 Geoff Martinson

1998-01 2001-05 1989-92 2000-03 1998-99 2007-P 1974-77 1984-85 2006-07 1986-87

Career 2005 2001 2000 2009 2002 2003 1999 2004 2007 2008

Completion Percentage .652 .627 .610 .590 .585 .581 .565 .557 .5561 .5559

Geoff Martinson (359-613-22) Nathan Sannes (368-637-24) Marty Follis (301-779-44) Jason Smith (317-578-21) Ben Morie (290-517-19) wDerek Edholm (206-328-9) Scott Longenecker (305-687-44) Tom Peterson (237-466-21) Cory Wardrope (227-375-13) Brad Maendler (197-374-24)

Career 2008 2005 2001 1999 2000 2004 2003 2002 1977 1985

Season 27 26 25 25 23 23 21 21 20 17

5,293 5,159 4,230 4,195 4,091 3,904 3,518 3,107 2,847 2,144

Career 2005 2008 2000 2001 1999 1977 2002 2003 2004 1985

Completions 193 186 185 166 165 165 159 155 153 135

Yds Name Opponent Date

Career 2001 2005 1999 2000 2004 2002 2008 2003 1977 1998

Touchdown Passes

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

Season

Season 34...........................9/11/2004 Nathan Sannes at Chadron (Neb.) St. 193................................. 2008 Derek Edholm 368............................2001-05 Nathan Sannes

Completion Percentage

250-Yard Games

Passing Yardage

2001

151.4 144.7 143.2 137.6 134.8 118.4 101.2 85.0 84.4 82.8

Geoff Martinson (359-613-22) Nathan Sannes (368-637-24) wDerek Edholm (336-541-14) Ben Morie (290-517-19) Jason Smith (317-578-21) Tom Peterson (237-466-21) Brad Maendler (197-374-24) Bert Brandt (148-371-19) Marty Follis (301-779-44) Scott Longenecker (305-687-44)

1998-01 2001-05 2007-P 1998-99 2000-03 1984-85 1986-87 1993-94 1989-92 1974-77

Career 9 Geoff Martinson

1998-01

2010

Above: In 2005, Nathan Sannes set BSU single-season records for attempts (320), completions (186) and touchdown passes (27) and tied the school record with six 250-yard passing games en route to one of the finest performances by a passer in school history. He finished his career as BSU’s all-time leader in completions (368), tied the school record with 51 touchdown passes and finished second all-time in yards (5,159), completion percentage (.578), passer rating (144.7), 250-yard passing games (8) and 300yard passing games (4) and third in attempts (637).

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Single-Game Highs Total Offense Yds Name Opponent Date 527 439 438 422 393 391 374 367 359 344 339 338 323 323 320 317 313 311 309 307 300

Nathan Sannes at Chadron St. 9/11/04 Scott Longenecker at Wis.-Superior 11/12/77 Nathan Sannes vs Wayne St. 11/5/05 Geoff Martinson Southwest St. 10/7/00 wDerek Edholm vs Minn. Duluth 10/24/09 Nathan Sannes at C’cida-St. Paul 9/24/05 Geoff Martinson at Southwest St. 10/13/01 Nathan Sannes at Northern St. 10/23/04 Derek Edholm at Minot State 8/28/08 Ben Morie Minn.-Duluth 10/23/99 Geoff Martinson St. Thomas (Minn.) 9/9/00 Geoff Martinson Minn.-Duluth 10/27/01 Geoff Martinson MSU-Moorhead 10/20/01 Nathan Sannes at Minot State 9/3/05 Ben Morie vs UW-Stevens Point 11/14/99 Geoff Martinson at Minn.-Morris 11/3/01 Nathan Sannes at UW-River Falls 9/17/05 Jason Smith Northern St. 10/5/02 Jason Smith UM-Crookston 11/15/03 Nathan Sannes at Winona St. 10/8/05 Nathan Sannes SW Minnesota St. 10/1/05

Total Offense Yardage Season 2,869 2,827 2,681 2,512 2,393 2,338 2,331 2,071 2,061 2,005 2,005

Season 33 30 30 28 28 27 26 25 24 23

All-Purpose Yardage Yds Name Opponent Date Karl Mikolon Michael Nordyke Eddie Acosta Anthony Schreiber Jason Leden Eddie Acosta Anthony Schreiber Jason Leden Eddie Acosta Jason Leden Ryan Welle Eddie Acosta Michael Nordyke Eddie Acosta Tyler Olson Karl Mikolon Eddie Acosta Eddie Acosta Jason Leden Jason Leden Eddie Acosta Anthony Schreiber Jason Leden Eddie Acosta Jason Leden Anthony Schriber Jason Leden Eddie Acosta Jason Leden Eddie Acosta Eddie Acosta Michael Nordyke

at MSU-Moorhead 10/26/02 at Chadron St. 9/11/04 UM-Morris 10/28/00 vs. Upper Iowa 11/10/06 C’cdia-St. Paul 10/6/01 at MSU-Moorhead 10/14/00 vs Wayne St. 11/5/05 vs UW-Stevens Point 11/14/99 MSU-Moorhead 10/20/01 Southwest St. 10/7/00 at UM-Morris 11/3/01 at Wayne St. 9/22/01 at Northern St. 10/25/03 vs St. Thomas 9/11/99 at Minnesota St. 8/26/04 UM-Morris 11/9/02 Minot St. 9/2/00 C’cdia-St. Paul 10/6/01 at St. Thomas 9/8/01 at Southwest St. 10/13/01 at Southwest St. 10/13/01 C’cdia-St. Paul 11/3/07 at Minot St. 9/1/01 MSU-Moorhead 10/4/03 vs UM-Crookston 11/6/05 vs. Upper Iowa 11/9/07 C’cdia-St. Paul 9/30/00 at UM-Morris 11/3/01 vs UW-River Falls 11/10/00 UM-Crookston 11/4/00 at St. Thomas 9/8/01 at Northern St. 10/23/04

records available beginning with 1999 season

2005 2001 2004 1999 2000 2002 2008 1977 2003 2007 2009

Total Offense Yardage

5,782 5,766 5,461 5,397 4,486 4,476 4,241 4,182 3,914 3,377 2,982

Nathan Sannes (842-5,782) Eddie AcostaRB (1,039-5,766) Geoff Martinson (754-5,461) Marty Follis (1,209-5,397) Jason Smith (748-4,486) wDerek Edholm (572-3,904) Ben Morie (675-4,241) Scott Longenecker (946-4,182) Chris MeyerRB (898-3,914) Cory Wardrope (592-3,377) Tom Peterson (564-2,982)

2001-05 1999-03 1998-01 1989-92 2000-03 2007-P 1998-99 1974-77 1996-99 2006-07 1984-85

Eddie AcostaRB Nathan Sannes Geoff Martinson Jason Smith wDerek Edholm Marty Follis Ben Morie Chris MeyerRB Al WoldenRB Cory Wardrope

1999-03 2001-05 1998-01 2000-03 2007-P 1989-92 1998-99 1996-99 1983-86 2006-07

Touchdowns Responsible For

records available beginning with 1989 season

352 332 281 273 267 260 260 254 254 253 247 246 245 241 233 232 229 228 227 222 221 218 217 215 212 208 207 207 202 201 201 201

Nathan Sannes (410-2,869) Geoff Martinson (366-2,827) Nathan Sannes (388-2,681) Ben Morie (385-2,512) Geoff Martinson (358-2,393) Jason Smith (377-2,388) Derek Edholm (195-2,136) Scott Longenecker (377-2,071) Jason Smith(361-2,061) Cory Wardrope (343-1,662) wDerek Edholm (343-1,662)

Quickly... Career

wDerek Edholm Geoff Martinson Nathan Sannes Geoff Martinson Jason Smith Ben Morie Nathan Sannes Eddie AcostaRB Cory Wardrope Jason Smith

Total Offense per Game Season (min 5 gms) 286.9 257.0 243.7 233.1 228.4 217.5 212.5 207.1 200.5 198.4

Nathan Sannes (10 gms) Geoff Martinson (11 gms) Nathan Sannes (11 gms) Derek Edholm (10 gms) Ben Morie (11 gms) Geoff Martinson (11 gms) Jason Smith (11 gms) Scott Longenecker (10 gms) Cory Wardrope (10 gms) Marty Follis (10 gms)

2005 2001 2004 2008 1999 2000 2002 1977 2007 1992

Total Offense per Play Season (min. 50 plays) 7.72 7.25 7.00 6.91 6.71 6.68 6.52 6.48 6.43 6.23 6.20

Geoff Martinson (366-2,827) John GronskiRB (166-1,203) Nathan Sannes (410-2,869) Nathan Sannes (388-2,681) wLance Rongstad (115-772) Geoff Martinson (358-2,393) Ben Morie (385-2,512) Eddie AcostaRB (139-901) Eddie AcostaRB (266-1,710) Mike ColegroveRB (126-785) Jason Smith (377-2,338)

2001 1987 2005 2004 2009 2000 1999 1999 2001 1982 2002

All-Purpose Yardage Season 2,208 1,920 1,803 1,660 1,613 1,568 1,530 1,512 1,386 1,382

Eddie Acosta Eddie Acosta Michael Nordyke Chris Meyer Al Wolden Jason Leden Karl Mikolon Jason Leden Ed Acosta John Gronski

74 60 59 51 51 45 44 41 37 37

212.1 199.1 192.7 179.4 174.1 172.2 142.0 127.0 122.7 99.1

Ben Morie (20 gms) Scott Longenecker (21 gms) Nathan Sannes (30 gms) Jason Smith (25 gms) Marty Follis (31 gms) wDerek Edholm (26 gms) Tom Peterson (21 gms) Geoff Martinson (43 gms) Eddie AcostaRB (47 gms) John GronskiRB (30 gms)

200.7 174.5 167.6 166.0 163.9 156.8 146.6 139.1 138.6 138.2 Above: Running back Eddie Acosta is BSU’s all-time leader in career all-purpose yardage and is responsible for more touchdowns than anyone that ha ever put on the Green and White..

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Eddie Acosta (11 gms) Eddie Acosta (11 gms) Jason Leden (8 gms) Chris Meyer (10 gms) Michael Nordyke (11 gms) Jason Leden (10 gms) Al Wolden (11 gms) Karl Mikolon (11 gms) Ed Acosta (10 gms) John Gronski (10 gms)

Career (min. 500 plays) 7.24 6.87 6.28 6.00 5.68 5.55 5.49 5.29 4.60 4.46 4.42

Geoff Martinson (754-5,461) Nathan Sannes (842-5,782) Ben Morie (675-4,241) Jason Smith (748-4,486) wDerek Edholm (788-4,476) Eddie AcostaRB (1,039-5,766) John GronskiRB (541-2,972) Tom Peterson (564-2,982) Al WoldenRB (618-2,841) Marty Follis (1,209-5,397) Scott Longenecker (946-4,182)

1998-01 2001-05 1998-99 2000-03 2007-P 1999-03 1986-89 1984-85 1983-86 1989-92 1974-77

6,785 5,511 4,478 4,050 3,790 3,419 3,245 2,961 2,732 2,258

Eddie Acosta Jason Leden Chris Meyer Anthony Schreiber Al Wolden John Gronski Ryan Welle Michael Nordyke Chad Postal Lee Patten

1999-03 1998-01 1996-99 2004-07 1983-86 1986-89 1999-02 2003-04 1990-92 1971-72

Career (min 20 gms)

2001 2000 2001 1998 2004 1998 1986 2002 1976 1987

300-Yard Games Season

BEAVER FOOTbALL

6 Nathan Sannes 4 Geoff Martinson

2010

148.1 144.4 141.3 136.6 114.0 111.9 101.2 96.4 88.1 88.1

Michael Nordyke (20 gms) Eddie Acosta (47 gms) Jason Leden (39 gms) Chad Postal (20 gms) John Gronski (30 gms) Chris Meyer (40 gms) Tyler Olson (20 gms) Ray Betton (20 gms) Al Wolden (43 gms) Anthony Schreiber (31 gms)

2003-04 1999-03 1998-01 1990-92 1986-89 1996-99 2003-P 1989-90 1983-86 2004-07

Career 2005 2001

All-Purpose Yardage

Game: Season: Career:

352...........................10/26/02 Karl Mikolon at MSU-Moorhead 2,208.............................. 2001 Eddie Acosta 6,785.....................1999-2003 Eddie Acosta

Game: Season: Career:

6a.........................10/31/1998 Chris Meyer (5 rush, 1 rec) vs Minn.-Duluth 6.............................9/23/2005 Nathan Sannes (6 pass) at Minot State 33................................... 2009 Derek Edholm (25 pass) 74..........................1999-2003 Eddie Acosta

1998-99 1974-77 2001-05 2000-03 1989-92 2007-P 1984-85 1998-01 1999-03 1986-89

All-Purpose Yardage per Game Season (min 5 gms)

527.........................9/11/2004 Nathan Sannes at Chadron (Neb.) St. 2,869.............................. 2005 Nathan Sannes 5,782.........................2001-05 Nathan Sannes

Career (min 20 gms)

Career 2001 2000 2004 1998 1986 1998 2002 2000 1976 1987

Game: Season: Career:

TDs Responsible For

Career

2009 2001 2005 2000 2002 1999 2004 2001 2007 2003

8 Nathan Sannes 6 Geoff Martinson

2001-05 1998-01

Annual Leaders (since 1971) yr name (rush yds)

ypg

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

109.1 58.9 80.2 139.3 166.8 129.6 207.1 55.0 44.9 45.0 100.3 78.5 97.5 123.5 162.3 133.2 120.3 99.1 112.9 95.5 149.7 198.4 85.3 131.8 61.2 66.0 113.9 192.1 226.6 217.5 257.0 212.5 187.4 243.7 286.9 152.4 200.5 233.1 182.3

Gary Dahlberg (169) Scott Lindberg (104) Scott Lindberg (214) Scott Lindberg (355) Scott Longenecker (320) Ed Acosta (1296) Scott Longenecker (149) K Johnson (-136) Ron Johnson (449) John Noga (-150) Mike Harreld (162) Mike Colgrove (33) Todd Jeffers (-145) Tom Peterson (-45) Tom Peterson (-80) Al Wolden (1,452) John Gronski (1,203) Stephan Vanner (-50) Marty Follis (185) Marty Follis (163) Marty Follis (229) Marty Follis (590) Bert Brandt (64) Bert Brandt (1) Brad Prigge (551) Chris Meyer (660) Pat O’Connor (7) Ben Morie (-21) Ben Morie (171) Geoff Martinson (85) Geoff Martinson (29) Jason Smith (185) Jason Smith (71) Nathan Sannes (393) Nathan Sannes (226) Cory Wardrope (185) Cory Wardrope (343) Derek Edholm (195) Derek Edholm (343)


Bemidji State Football Quickly... Carries

Game: Season: Career:

Yards

Carry: Game: Season: Career:

Touchdowns Game: Season: Career:

48...........................10/4/2003 Eddie Acosta vs MSU-Moorhead 297................................. 2003 Eddie Acosta 1,038.....................1999-2003 Eddie Acosta

93...........................9/14/1985 Dave Peterson vs Mount Senario 319.......................10/31/1987 John Gronski vs Southwest St. 1,710.............................. 2001 Eddie Acosta 5,766.....................1999-2003 Eddie Acosta

5...........................11/13/1976 Ed Acosta vs Wisconsin-Superior 5...........................10/31/1998 Chris Meyer vs Minn.-Duluth 21................................... 2001 Eddie Acosta 64..........................1999-2003 Eddie Acosta

Annual Leaders (since 1971) yr name (att/yds) 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Tom Enger (118/515) Lee Patten (102/492) Bob Aitken (94/542) Dale Gillson (82/496) Dale Gillson (131/444) Ed Acosta (257/1,296) Mike Amundson (139/598) Jeff Gruber (92/369) Ron Johnson (138/449) Kevin Bethay (160/448) Kevin Bethay (144/580) John Stanslaski (117/432) John Stifter (168/610) Al Wolden (130/454) Al Wolden (161/830) Al Wolden (285/1,452) John Gronski (166/1,203) John Gronski (192/909) John Gronski (179/865) Ray Betton (214/945) Mike Bakke (216/748) Marty Follis (169/590) Dan Brown (139/376) Dan Brown (134/590) Brad Prigge (153/551) Chris Meyer (174/660) Chris Meyer (280/1,091) Chris Meyer (265/1,466) Eddie Acosta (139/901) Eddie Acosta (283/1,690) Eddie Acosta (266/1,710) Karl Mikolon (152/762) Eddie Acosta (297/1,232) Tyler Olson (242/1,234) Alvaro Carvajal (134/708) Eurise Watson (175/723) Erick Newman (151/590) Brandon Miles (98/379) Dustin Kroeplin (200/952)

150-Yard Games

Rushing Yardage

ypg 57.2 54.7 60.2 55.1 49.3 129.6 59.8 41.0 44.9 44.8 58.0 43.2 58.2 41.3 83.0 132.0 120.3 90.9 96.1 85.9 83.1 59.0 37.6 65.6 61.2 66.0 109.1 146.6 81.9 153.6 155.5 69.3 112.0 123.4 70.8 72.3 53.6 34.5 86.5

Season 1,710 1,690 1,466 1,452 1,296 1,234 1,232 1,203 1,091 945

Yds Name Opponent Date

Career

Eddie Acosta (266-1,710) Eddie Acosta (283-1,690) Chris Meyer (265-1,466) Al Wolden (285-1,452) Ed Acosta (257-1,296) Tyler Olson (242-1,234) Eddie Acosta (297-1,232) John Gronski (166-1,203) Chris Meyer (280-1,091) Ray Betton (214-945)

2001 2000 1998 1986 1976 2004 2003 1987 1997 1990

5,766a 3,887 2,972 2,822 2,019 1,708 1,296 1,293 1,266 1,249

Eddie Acosta (1,308-5,766) Chris Meyer (889-3,887) John Gronski (540-2,972) Al Wolden (614-2,822) Tyler Olson (428-2,019) Ray Betton (371-1,708) Ed Acosta (257-1,296) Mike Bakke (351-1,293) Alvaro Carvajal (234-1,266) Dan Brown (347-1,249)

1999-03 1996-99 1986-89 1983-86 2003-06 1989-90 1976 1988-91 2004-05 91, 93-95

Eddie Acosta (1,038-5,766) Chris Meyer (889-3,887) Al Wolden (614-2,822) John Gronski (540-2,972) Marty FollisQB (430-1,167) Ray Betton (371-1,708) Tyler Olson (428-2,019) Mike Bakke (351-1,293) Dan Brown (347-1,249) Kevin Bethay (304-1,028)

1999-03 1996-99 1983-86 1986-89 1989-92 1989-90 2003-06 1988-91 91, 93-95 1980-81

Eddie Acosta Chris Meyer Al Wolden John Gronski Marty FollisQB Alvaro Carvajal Tyler Olson Ed Acosta Scott LongeneckerQB Ray Betton

1999-03 1996-99 1983-86 1986-89 1989-92 2004-05 2003-06 1976 1974-77 1989-90

Rushing Attempts Season 297 285 283 280 266 265 257 242 216 214

Career

Eddie Acosta (297-1,232) Al Wolden (285-1,452) Eddie Acosta (283-1,690) Chris Meyer (280-1,091) Eddie Acosta (266-1,710) Chris Meyer (265-1,466) Ed Acosta (257-1,296) Tyler Olson (242-1,234) Mike Bakke (216-748) Ray Betton (214-945)

2003 1986 2000 1997 2001 1998 1976 2004 1991 1990

1,038 889 614 540 430 371 428 351 347 304

Rushing Touchdowns Season 21 18 15 15 14 13 13 13 11 10 10 10

Career

Eddie Acosta Eddie Acosta Ed Acosta Tyler Olson Eddie Acosta Al Wolden John Gronski Chris Meyer Alvaro Carvajal John Gronski Eddie Acosta wDustin Kroeplin

2001 2000 1976 2004 2003 1986 1987 1998 2005 1989 1999 2009

64 33 29 27 18 18 22 15 14 13

Average Yards per Rush Season (min 100 rush) 7.25 6.48 6.43 5.97 5.58 5.53 5.28 5.16 5.10 5.09

John Gronski (166-1,203) Eddie Acosta (139-901) Eddie Acosta (266-1,710) Eddie Acosta (283-1,690) Alvaro Carvajal (100-558) Chris Meyer (265-1,466) Alvaro Carvajal (134-708) Al Wolden (161-830) Tyler Olson (242-1,234) Al Wolden (285-1,452)

5.55 5.50 5.41 5.04 4.88 4.603 4.596 4.37 3.92 3.68

John Gronski Chris Meyer Karl Mikolon Al Wolden Al Wolden Eddie Acosta Eddie Acosta John Gronski Chris Meyer Eddie Acosta Eddie Acosta Eddie Acosta Al Wolden John Gronski Chris Meyer Tyler Olson Chris Meyer Eddie Acosta Eddie Acosta Chris Meyer Eddie Acosta Eddie Acosta Eddie Acosta Karl Mikolon Eddie Acosta Eddie Acosta John Gronski Chris Meyer Chris Meyer John Gronski Eddie Acosta Alvaro Carvajal Eddie Acosta Tyler Olson Ray Betton Al Wolden John Gronski Alvaro Carvajal Eddie Acosta Eurise Watson Brad Prigge Eddie Acosta Eddie Acosta Chris Meyer Al Wolden John Gronski

Southwest St. 10/31/87 Mayville St. 9/19/98 at MSU-Moorhead 10/26/02 N’western (Minn.) 10/18/86 Moorhead St. 11/08/86 UM-Morris 10/28/00 St Thomas 9/11/99 Moorhead St. 11/07/87 Northern St. 10/26/97 Minot St. 9/02/00 MSU-Moorhead 10/4/03 C’cdia-St. Paul 10/06/01 Winona St. 9/27/86 Huron 11/14/87 UM-Morris 11/16/97 at Minnesota St. 8/26/04 UM-Duluth 10/31/98 at St. Thomas 9/08/01 Winona St. 9/15/01 UM-Morris 10/10/98 UM-Crookston 11/04/00 at Northern St. 9/29/01 Moorhead St. 10/14/00 Minn.-Morris 11/9/02 at Minn.-Morris 11/03/01 vs Wayne St. (Neb.) 11/7/03 Augustana 9/11/88 Moorhead St. 10/04/97 Winona St. 10/12/96 N’western (Minn.) 9/16/89 Northern St. 9/23/00 at UM-Crookston 10/15/05 SW Minnesota St. 10/18/03 UM-Crookston 10/16/04 Southwest St. 10/21/89 Northern St. 10/19/85 N’western (Minn.) 10/17/87 at SW Minn. St. 10/2/04 UW-River Falls 11/10/00 Pittsburg State 12/2/06 Moorhead St. 10/07/95 at Southwest St. 10/13/01 Minn. St.-Mankato 8/28/03 Moorhead St. 10/06/96 Mt. Senario 9/14/85 Michigan Tech 10/07/89

Yds Quarterback Opponent Date

Career (min 200 rush) 1987 1999 2001 2000 2004 1998 2005 1985 2004 1986

319 281 270 252 249 242 230 221 214 209 205 203 201 201 201 201 200 200 199 192 191 186 184 182 179 178 177 171 169 166 165 165 164 163 162 162 160 159 157 155 154 153 151 150 150 150

Eddie Acosta (1,038-5,766) John Gronski (540-2,972) Alvaro Carvajal (234-1,266) Ed Acosta (257-1,296) Tyler Olson (363-1,771) Ray Betton (371-1,708) Al Wolden (614-2,822) Chris Meyer (889-3,887) wBrandon Miles (204-800) Mike Bakke (351-1,293)

1999-03 1986-89 2004-05 1976 2003-06 1989-90 1983-86 1996-99 2007-P ‘88, 90-91

140 116 107 105 101

Marty Follis Neb.-Kearney 11/14/92 wDerek Edholm at Minnesota State 9/5/09 Nathan Sannes vs Wayne St. 11/5/04 wLance Rongstad vs St. Cloud State 10/3/09 Marty Follis Southwest St. 10/9/92

records available beginning with 1980 season

Rushing Yards per Game Season (min 5 gms) 155.5 153.6 146.6 132.0 129.6 123.4 120.3 112.0 109.1 96.1

Career (min 20 gms)

Eddie Acosta (11 gms) Eddie Acosta (11 gms) Chris Meyer (10 gms) Al Wolden (11 gms) Ed Acosta (10 gms) Tyler Olson (10 gms) John Gronski (10 gms) Eddie Acosta (11 gms) Chris Meyer (10 gms) John Gronski (9 gms)

2001 2000 1998 1986 1976 2004 1987 2003 1997 1989

122.7 99.1 97.2 88.6 85.4 65.6 63.3 58.8 51.4 43.7

Eddie Acosta (47 gms) John Gronski (30 gms) Chris Meyer (40 gms) Tyler Olson (20 gms) Ray Betton (20 gms) Al Wolden (33 gms) Alvaro Carvajal (20 gms) Mike Bakke (22 gms) Kevin Bethay (20 gms) John Stifter (21 gms)

1999-03 1986-89 1996-99 2003-P 1989-90 1983-86 2003-05 1988-91 1980-81 1982-83

100-Yard Rushing Games Season 10 9 8 8 7 6 6 5 5 4

Career

Eddie Acosta Eddie Acosta Al Wolden Chris Meyer Eddie Acosta Tyler Olson wDustin Kroeplin John Gronski John Gronski six times. Last: Karl Mikolon

2000 2001 1986 1998 2003 2004 2009 1987 1989

29 16 14 13 8 7 4 4 4

Eddie Acosta Chris Meyer John Gronski Al Wolden Ray Betton Tyler Olson Mike Bakke Karl Mikolon Alvaro Carvajal

2002

200-Yard Rushing Games

1999-03 1996-99 1986-89 1983-86 1989-90 2004-06 1988-91 2002 2004-05

2010

Above: Running back Tyler Olson finished his career with 2,019 rushing yards. In 2006, he became just the sixth player in BSU histry to break the 2,000-yard mark.

BEAVER FOOTbALL

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Quickly... Solo Tackles

Game: Season: Career:

14............................................. 9/25/1993 Jim Carlson vs Michigan Tech 58......................................................1993 Jim Carlson 146.............................................. 1980-83 Bill Bryand

Assisted Tackles

Game: Season: Career:

18............................................. 9/29/1984 Matt Oxford vs Moorhead State 94......................................................1982 Bill Bryand 326.............................................. 1980-83 Bill Bryand

Total Tackles

Game: Season: Career:

27............................................. 9/25/1993 Jim Carlson vs Michigan Tech 139....................................................1983 Bill Bryand 472.............................................. 1980-83 Bill Bryand

Tackles for Loss Game:

not available

21......................................................1999 Jay Hanson 52................................................ 1995-98 Ben McAninch

Season: Career:

Yards From Tackles for Loss Game:

not available

133....................................................1999 Jay Hanson 239.......................................... 1998-2001 Jay Hanson

Season: Career:

Quarterback Sacks

Game: Season: Career:

4............................................... 9/12/1998 Jay Hanson vs St. Thomas (Minn.) 16.5...................................................1998 Jay Hanson 26.5......................................... 1998-2000 Jay Hanson

Tackle Leaders

Total Tackles

yr

Season (UT-AT) 139 138 136 131 128 128 121 119 116 115

Bill Bryand (49-90) Bill Bryand (44-94) Bob Prigge (57-79) Larry Phillippi (43-88) Matt Wambach (45-83) Chris Holgard (46-82) Eric Zajkowski (41-80) Marty HumeniukDB (53-66) Jim Carlson (58-58) Jon Aamot (52-63)

Career 1983 1982 1990 1990 1977 1986 1996 2003 1993 2002

Solo Tackles Season 58 58 57 56 55 53 53 52 50 50

Jim Carlson Eric Zajkowski Bob Prigge Pat Engleright Tim Andree Kevin Prosser Marty HumeniukDB Jon Aamot Joe Olsen Rob Sutera

Season

Bill Bryand Bill Bryand Larry Fillippi Marlin Campbell Matt Wambach Chris Holgard Eric Zajkowski Bob Prigge Matt Oxford Will Kuloloia

Season (UTFL-ATFL/Yds)

Jay Hanson (20-0/133) Jay Hanson (20-0/106) Frank Turk (19-0/na) Terrance Wilcox (18-0/40) Ben McAninch (14-0/60) Robert Molstad (13-7/75) Wallie Kuchinski (16-0/75) Zach Stafford (14-3/50) wJake Anderson (15-0/83) Marty HumeniukDB (10-9/53)

1980-83 2004-07 1999-03 1995-98 1987-90 1999-03 1998-01 81, 83-85 1975-78 1990-93

157 155 150 150 146 143 140 134 134 123

Jon Aamot Joe Olsen Eric Zajkowski Marty HumeniukDB Bill Bryand Jeremiah Johnson Pat Engleright Rich Schwartz Shane Gibb Ben McAninch

1999-03 1994-97 1995-98 1999-03 1980-83 2004-07 1998-01 81, 83-85 1994-96 1995-98

Bill Bryand Jeremiah Johnson Larry Fillippi Jon Aamot Eric Zajkowski Ben Barrato Tom Jacobsen Matt Juhl Zach Christ Tony Weber

1980-83 2004-07 1987-90 1999-03 1995-98 2003-06 1976-79 1990-93 2004-07 1975-78

Career 1982 1983 1990 1978 1977 1986 1996 1990 1984 1988

Tackles for Loss 20.0 20.0 19.0 18.0 17.0 16.5 16.0 15.5 15.0 14.5

Bill Bryand (146-326) Jeremiah Johnson (143-231) Jon Aamot (157-205) Eric Zajkowski (150-201) Larry Fhillippi (101-213) Marty Humeniuk (150-154)DB Pat Engleright (140-156) Rich Schwartz (134-159) Tony Weber (114-159) Matt Juhl (97-169)

Career 1993 1995 1990 2001 1995 1986 2003 2002 1997 1998

Assisted Tackles 94 90 88 87 83 82 80 79 78 77

472 374 362 351 314 304 296 293 273 266

326 231 213 204 201 186 176 169 168 159

Career 1998 1999 1977 1999 1998 2007 2000 2006 2009 2003

52.0 43.5 40.0 39.5 37.0 33.0 32.0 32.0 31.5 30.0

Ben McAninch (52-0/201) Wallie Kuchinski (41-5/208) Jay Hanson (40-0/239) wJake Anderson (39.5/188) Robert Molstad (37.0/171) Wes Ehlers (33-0/124) James Midboe (23-18/181) Zach Stafford (31-3/146) Seth Iverson (31.5/173) Eric Zajkowski (30-0/144)

1995-98 1998-01 1998-99 2006-09 2004-07 1997-200 2001-05 2004-07 2004-07 1995-98

Yards from Tackles for Loss Season 133 106 75 75 75 71 83 69 64 63

Career

Jay Hanson Jay Hanson Ben McAninch Wallie Kuchinski Robert Molstad Robert Molstad wJake Anderson Wallie Kuchinski Fred Miller James Midboe

1998 1999 1997 2000 2007 2006 2009 2001 1995 2004

Quarterback Sacks Season (yds)

Above: Jake Anderson (2006-09) finished his collegiate career as one of the most feared linebackers to ever wear the green and white. His 39.5 tackles for loss and 188 yards from tackles for loss ranks him fourth all-time. His 16.5 career sacks are tied for eighth. Anderson was BSUâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 19th All-America selection.

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16.5 13.5 10.5 10.0 9.5 9.0 8.5 7.5 7.0 7.0 7.0 7.0

BEAVER FOOTbALL

Jay Hanson (118) Mat Wellumson (na) wJake Anderson (83) Jay Hanson (87) Wallie Kuchinski 59) Bart Bodway (na) Robert Molstad (57) Ben McAninch (50) Matt Wellumson (na) Bruce Kranig (na) Kevin Prosser (na) Robert Molstad (62)

2010

239 208 201 188 181 173 171 146 144 124

Jay Hanson Wallie Kuchinksi Ben McAninch wJake Anderson James Midboe Seth Iverson Robert Molstad Zach Stafford Eric Zajkowski Wes Ehlers

1998-99 1998-01 1995-98 2006-09 2001-05 2004-07 2004-07 2004-07 1995-98 1997-00

Career (yds) 1998 1986 2009 1999 2001 1986 2007 1998 1985 1986 1986 2006

26.5 22.5 20.5 20.0 19.0 17.5 17.5 16.5 16.5 14.0 13.0 12.5

Jay Hanson (205) Wallie Kuchinski (143) Matt Wellumson (na) James Midboe (156) Robert Molstad (134) Zach Stafford (117) Seth Iverson (73) Ben McAninch (90) wJake Anderson (124) Bart Bodway (na) Wes Ehlers (87) Ernie Heifort (na)

1995-98 1998-01 81, 83-85 2001-05 2004-07 2004-07 2004-07 1995-98 2006-09 1985-86 1997-00 1986-89

1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

name (UT-AT)

tot

Frank Turk (22-68) Mark Wambach (45-83) Marlin Campbell (26-87) Jeff Kulovits (23-79) Bill Bryand (22-76) Bill Bryand (31-66) Bill Bryand (44-94) Bill Bryand (49-90) Matt Oxford (23-78) Steve Nejman (29-64) Chris Holgard (46-82) Rick Jensen (26-54) Will Kuloloia (36-77) two players with Larry Phillippi (43-88) Matt Juhl (21-54) Matt Juhl (44-47) Jim Carlson (58-58) Rick Tawarowski (46-42) Tim Andree (52-44) Eric Zajkowski (41-80) Ben McAninch (45-36) Rob Sutera (50-38) Terrance Wilcox (45-45) Jon Aamot (43-63) Pat Engleright (56-50) Jon Aamot (52-63) Marty Humeniuk (53-66) Jeremiah Johnson (39-66) Jeremiah Johnson (41-71) Zach Christ (30-55) Jeremiah Johnson (41-45) Jake Anderson (32-38) Brody Scheff (36-39)

90 128 113 102 98 97 138 139 101 93 128 80 113 83 131 75 91 116 88 96 121 81 88 90 106 106 115 119 105 112 85 86 70 75

Tackles-For-Loss yr

1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

name

Two players with Frank Turk Marlin Campbell Jeff Kiehl Gerald Settles Rob Holm Dale Graff Jeff Moore Two players with Bob Brabender Matt Wellumson Two players with Ernie Heifort Ernie Heifort Mark Glowack Chad McAlpine Dana Graveson Two players with Daryl Fish Fred Miller Ben McAninch Ben McAninch Jay Hanson Jay Hanson Wallie Kuchinski Wallie Kuchinski James Midboe Marty Humeniuk three players Zach Stafford Zach Stafford Robert Molstad Jake Anderson Jake Anderson

Sack Leaders yr

1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

name (UT-AT)

Matt Wellumson Matt Wellumson Ernie Hiefort Darius Belcher three players with Les Bragg Brad Surina Nick Skarich two players with Corey Peters two players with three players with four players with Jay Hanson Jay Hanson Wallie Kuchinski Wallie Kuchinski James Midboe Ben Jacobson James Midboe Zach Stafford Robert Molstad Robert Molstad Jake Anderson Jake Anderson

TFL

9.0 19.0 12.0 9.0 7.0 11.0 8.0 13.0 9.0 12.0 14.0 5.0 10.0 6.0 9.0 6.0 8.0 5.0 7.0 12.0 13.0 17.0 20.0 21.0 16.0 13.5 8.0 14.5 8.5 8.5 15.5 16.5 11.5 15.0

tot

7.0 13.5 6.0 6.0 2.0 3.5 3.0 5.0 2.0 4.0 2.5 3.5 3.0 16.5 12.0 5.0 9.5 6.0 5.0 6.5 5.0 7.0 8.5 4.5 10.5


Bemidji State Football Quickly... Receptions Game: Season: Career: Yards Play: Game: Season: Career: Touchdowns Game: Season: Career:

100-Yard Games

Receiving Yardage

18...........................11/5/2005 Anthony Schreiber vs Wayne State (Neb.) 74................................... 1977 Dave Patten 196............................2004-07 Anthony Schreiber 96...........................9/28/1991 Chad Postal from Marty Follis vs Northern State 248.........................10/5/1985 Jon Jones vs Winona State 1,045.............................. 2001 Ryan Welle 2,677.........................2004-07 Anthony Schreiber 4...........................11/17/1991 Chad Postal vs Southwest State 14................................... 2008. George Kadlec 26..............................2005-08 George Kadlec

Season 1,045 1,028 989 957 952 934 919 822 790 770

Ryan Welle (60-1,045) Dave Patten (74-1,028) Ryan Welle (64-989) Anthony Schreiber (69-957) Michael Nordyke (69-952) George Kadlec (55-934) Brent Jeffers (56-919) Adam Noble (50-822) Anthony Schreiber (58-790) Anthony Schreiber (56-770)

Career 2001 1977 2002 2005 2004 2008 1984 2004 2006 2007

2,677 2,676 2,270 1,877 1,871 1,760 1,616 1,601 1,590 1,542

Yds Name Opponent Date

Anthony Schreiber (150-2,677) Ryan Welle (168-2,676) Jason Leden (168-2,270) Jon Jones (143-1,877) Adam Noble (123-1,871) Chad Postal (91-1,760) Dave Patten (128-1,616) Michael Nordyke (118-1,601) Ben Woodford (95-1,590) Bruce Ecklund (114-1,542)

2004-07 1999-02 1998-01 1984-87 2001-04 1990-92 1974-77 2003-04 1997-00 1980-83

Anthony Schreiber (156-2,677) Jason Leden (168-2,270) Ryan Welle (168-2,676) Jon Jones (1453-1,877) Dave Patten (128-1,616) Adam Noble (123-1,871) Michael Nordyke (118-1,601) Bruce Ecklund (114-1,542) Gene Fisher (108-1,360) Chad Christianson (105-1,480)

2004-07 1998-01 1999-02 1984-87 1974-77 2001-04 2003-04 1980-83 1986-88 2002-06

George Kadlec Adam Noble Jason Leden Ryan Welle Anthony Schreiber Chad Postal Chad Christianson Ben Woodford Michael Nordyke Brent Jeffers Jon Jones

2005-08 2001-04 1998-01 1999-02 2004-07 1990-92 2002-06 1997-00 2003-04 1983-84 1984-87

Receptions Season 74 69 69 64 60 58 56 56 56 55 55

Dave Patten (74-1,028) Michael Nordyke (69-952) Anthony Schreiber (69-957) Ryan Welle (64-989) Ryan Welle (60-1,045) Anthony Schreiber (58-790) Brent Jeffers (56-919) Jon Jones (56-720) Anthony Schreiber (56-770) George Kadlec (55-934) Jason Leden (55-756)

Career 1977 2004 2005 2002 2001 2006 1984 1986 2007 2008 1998

196 168 168 143 128 123 118 114 108 105

Touchdown Receptions Season 14 10 10 10 10 9 9 8 8 8 7

Annual Leaders (since 1971) yr

name (rec/yds)

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

Mark Tracy (9/265) Lee Patten (21/226) Rick Palmer (23/301) Rick Palmer (25/3238) Dave Patten (23/263) Dave Patten (29/288) Dave Patten (74/1,028) Bruce Rambo (21/287) Troy Hunter (24/249) Carl Parker (26/299) Bruce Ecklund (40/440) Wayne Fussy (27/435) Bruce Ecklund (45/708) Brent Jeffers (56/919) Jon Jones (47/693) Jon Jones (56/720) Gene Fisher (50/640) Gene Fisher (43/571) Dean Bunting (16/284) Chad Soldatke (26/304) Chad Postal (36/732) Chad Postal (42/735) John Kostynick (15/288) Mike Heino (22/316) Steve Smuk (15/166) Steve Smuk (24/276) Ty Houglum (27/367) Jason Leden (55/756) Jason Leden (39/500) Jason Leden (41/508) Ryan Welle (60/1,045) Ryan Welle (64/989) Michael Nordyke (49/649) Michael Nordyke (69/952) Anthony Schreiber (69/957) Anthony Schreiber (58/790) Anthony Schreiber (56/770) George Kadlec (55/934) Cameron Abram (14/384)

ypg 29.4 25.1 33.4 36.4 29.2 28.8 102.8 31.9 24.9 29.9 44.0 43.5 64.4 83.5 69.3 65.5 64.0 57.1 31.6 27.6 81.3 73.5 28.8 35.1 18.4 27.6 36.7 75.6 50.0 46.2 95.0 89.9 72.1 86.4 95.7 65.8 70.0 84.9 38.4

George Kadlec Chad Postal Ryan Welle Adam Noble Michael Nordyke Brent Jeffers Ryan Welle Dave Patten Adam Noble Anthony Schreiber five times, last: wBrian Leonhardt

Career 2008 1991 2002 2003 2004 1984 2001 1977 2004 2005

26 25 24 24 22 16 16 15 13 12 12

2009

Average Yards per Catch Season (min 20 rec) 20.33 19.00 18.94 17.50 17.43 17.42 17.15 16.98 16.86 16.78

Chad Postal (36-732) Ben Woodford (30-570) Drew Wilson (35-663) Chad Postal (42-735) Dave Schmidt (21-366) Ryan Welle (60-1,045) Eddie AcostaRB (27-463) George Kadlec (55-934) Adam Noble (22-371) Ray King (23-386)

Career (min 75 rec) 1991 2000 1999 1992 1992 2001 2001 2008 2002 1977

19.34 17.22 16.74 15.93 15.55 15.21 14.24 14.09 13.62 13.57

Chad Postal (91-1,760) George Kadlec (89-1,533) Ben Woodford 995-1,590) Ryan Welle (168-2,676) Brent Jeffers (95-1,477) Adam Noble (123-1,871) Jeff Rothmund (79-1,124) Chad Christainson (78-1,169) Anthony Schreiber (140-1,907) Michael Nordyke (118-1,601)

1990-92 2005-08 1997-00 1999-02 1983-84 2001-04 1998-01 2002-06 2004-07 2003-04

Receptions per Game Season (min 5 gms) 7.40 6.90 6.27 5.82 5.50 5.45 5.44 5.09 5.09 5.00 5.00

Dave Patten (10 gms) Anthony Schreiber (10 gms) Michael Nordyke (11 gms) Ryan Welle (11 gms) Jason Leden (10 gms) Ryan Welle (11 gms) Michael Nordyke (9 gms) Jon Jones (11 gms) Anthony Schreiber (11 gms) George Kadlec (11 gms) Gene Fisher (10 gms)

248 239 214 209 192 185 179 178 172 165 158 156 154 149 146 145 144 144 142 142 138 137 137 134 134 134 133 133 132 131 127 125 125 123 122 122 122 121 121 120 118 117 115 115 114 114 114 113 110 110 109 109 109 109 108 107 108 106 105 103 101 101

Jon Jones Anthony Schreiber Ryan Welle Chad Postal Michael Nordyke Brent Jeffers Anthony Schreiber Ryan Welle Adam Noble Ryan Welle Jason Leden George Kadlec Ryan Welle George Kadlec Chad Postal Bruce Ecklund Ryan Welle George Kadlec Jason Leden Michael Nordyke Brent Jeffers Gene Fisher • Eddie Acosta Drew Wilson Ryan Welle Ryan Welle Ryan Welle Chad Postal Brent Jeffers Ben Woodford Drew Wilson Anthony Schreiber Jeff Rothmund George Kadlec Jon Jones Gene Fisher Chad Postal Anthony Schreiber Anthony Schreiber Andrew Schultz Anthony Schreiber Chad Postal Jason Leden Anthony Schreiber Chad Postal Jason Leden Anthony Schreiber Gene Fisher Kyle Jorganson Adam Noble Todd Johnson Jason Leden Adam Noble Adam Noble Jon Jones George Kadlec Michael Nordyke Jason Leden Adam Noble Ryan Welle Ryan Welle Michael Nordyke

Winona St. 10/05/85 vs Wayne St. 11/5/05 at Minn.-Morris 11/3/01 Southwest St. 11/17/91 at Chadron St. 9/11/04 Moorhead St. 9/29/84 Upper Iowa 11/9/07 Southwest St. 10/19/02 at Chadron St. 9/11/04 St. Thomas 9/9/00 at Southwest St. 10/13/01 U-Mary 11/1/08 Minn.-Morris 11/9/02 C’cdia-SP 11/8/08 Southwest St. 10/9/92 N’western (Iowa) 10/22/83 Minn.-Duluth 10/27/01 at UM-Crookston 10/15/05 Moorhead St. 9/26/98 at Winona St. 10/11/03 Winona St. 10/7/84 Southwest St. 10/31/87 MSU-Moorhead 10/20/01 St. Thomas 9/11/99 Southwest St. 10/7/00 Winona St. 9/15/01 at C’cdia-St. Paul 10/12/02 Neb.-Kearney 11/14/92 Bethel 9/8/84 St. Thomas 9/12/98 C’cdia-St. Paul 10/2/99 Upper Iowa 11/10/06 Winona St. 9/15/01 at Minn. Duluth 10/25/08 Moorhead St. 9/28/85 Northern St. 10/10/87 Minn. Duluth 10/12/91 at Wayne St. (Neb.) 10/14/06 at UW-River Falls 9/17/05 at Winona State 9/13/08 at Winona State 10/20/07 Moorhead St. 10/16/92 C’cdia-St. Paul 10/6/01 Minnesota St. 9/10/05 UM-Morris 11/9/91 UW-River Falls 11/14/98 SW Minnesota St 10/1/05 Minn. Duluth 10/24/87 MSU Moorhead 9/15/07 at Winona St. 9/21/02 Wayne St. 11/5/94 Southwest St. 10/7/00 UM-Crookston 11/15/03 at Northern St. 10/23/04 N’western (Minn.) 10/17/87 at Minot State 8/28/08 C’cdia-St. Paul 9/25/04 Wayne St. (Neb.) 9/18/99 UM-Crookston 10/16/04 at Southwest St. 10/13/01 vs Northern St. 10/5/02 UW-River Falls 9/18/04

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Career (min 20 gms) 1977 2005 2004 2002 1998 2001 2003 1986 2007 2008 1987

5.90 5.18 4.84 4.55 4.47 4.31 4.31 4.27 3.48 3.24

Michael Nordyke (20 gms) Bruce Ecklund (22 gms) Anthony Schreiber (31 gms) Chad Postal (20 gms) Jon Jones (32 gms) Jason Leden (39 gms) Ryan Welle (39 gms) Dave Patten (30 gms) Gene Fisher (31 gms) Adam Noble (38 gms)

2003-04 1980-83 2004-p 1990-92 1984-87 1998-01 1999-02 1974-77 1986-88 2001-04

Ryan Welle Anthony Schreiber Chad Postal Jason Leden Adam Noble George Kadlec Michael Nordyke

1999-02 2004-07 1990-92 1997-01 2001-04 2005-08 2003-04

100-Yard Receiving Games Season 4 4 4 4 3 3 3

Ryan Welle Ryan Welle Anthony Schreiber George Kadlec Brent Jeffers Gene Fisher Chad Postal

Career 2001 2002 2005 2008 1984 1987 1991

10 8 6 6 5 5 4

2010

Above: Wide receiver Anthony Schreiber left BSU as it’s all-time leader in receptions and receiving yardage, while ranking second in 100-yard receiving games and fourth receiving touchdowns.

BEAVER FOOTbALL

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Quickly... Interceptions

Game: Season: Career:

3...........................11/20/1983 Rich Schwartz vs Augsburg 3.............................11/6/2004 Cory Brewer vs Wayne State (Neb.) 8..................................... 1984 Rich Schwartz 20..............................1982-85 Rich Schwartz

Interception Return Yards

Play: Game: Season: Career:

97...........................9/24/1948 Jack Vinje vs Winona State 97...........................9/24/1948 Jack Vinje vs Winona State 133................................. 2004 Kyle Rambow 209............................1982-85 Rich Schwartz

Interception Return Touchdowns Game:

1......................... many times

Season: Career:

2..................................... 1985 Matt Wellumson 2..................................... 2003 Adam CoughlinDE 2..................................... 2006 Matt Heber 2..........................1981, 83-85 Matt Wellumson 2................................2000-03 Adam CoughlinDE 2 2006 Matt Heber

Passes Defensed Game:

not available

20 (5 INT)...................... 2008 Terrell Phelps 52 (20 INT)...............1982-85 Rich Schwartz

Season: Career:

PAT Returns

Game: Season: Career:

1.............................9/25/2004 Corey Brewer (INT) vs Concordia-St. Paul 1..................................... 2004 Corey Brewer 1..................................2004-p Corey Brewer

Annual Interception Leaders (since 1976) yr

name

IPG

1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Tony Weber (6) Tony Weber (4) Tony Weber (3) Two players (2) Ken Brown (3) Two players (2) Dick Lugeanbeal (6) Rick Schwartz (7) Rich Schwartz (8) A.J. Ritacco (5) Pete Theriault (6) Jeff Knaup (5) Steve Tax (3) Brian Griffin (6) Two players (3) Two players (2) Roger Capanelli (4) Jim Carlson (2) Two players (2) Joe Olsen (5) Cullen Garrity (4) Two players (2) Five players (1) Ryan Fritts (4) Ryan McCrady (5) Kyle Rambow (2) John Roscoe (4) Torry Joubert (5) Torry Joubert (5) Chris Canter (2) Matt Heber (4) J. Johnson / J. Dunn (3) Terrell Phelps (5) Tiger Ellison (3)

0.60 0.30 0.33 0.20 0.30 0.20 0.60 0.64 0.73 0.50 0.55 0.50 0.30 0.67 0.27 0.22 0.40 0.20 0.22 0.50 0.40 0.20 0.10 0.36 0.45 0.18 0.36 0.45 0.45 0.25 0.33 0.27 0.45 0.43

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Quickly...

Interceptions

Punt Return Yards

Season 8 7 6 6 6 6 6 5

Rich Schwartz Rich Schwartz Jim Swanson Tony Weber Dick Lugeanbeal Pete Theriault Brian Griffin nine times. Last: Terrell Phelps

Career 1984 1983 1972 1976 1982 1986 1989 2008

20 13 12 11 11 10 10 10 10

Rich Schwartz Tony Weber Pete Theriault A.J. Ritacco Joe Olsen Jim Swanson Dick Lugeaneal Jeff Buerkle Torry Joubert

1981, 83-85 1975-78 1983, 85-86 1983-86 1994-97 1972-73 1981-83, 85 1982-85 2002-04

Interception Return Yardage Season 133 126 121 109 106 101 99 93 93 92

2004 1972 1996 1985 1984 2002 2008 1983 2003 1982

209 178 173 166 162 151 149 145 130 123

2 2 2 1

1985 2003 2006 2009 2009

Punt Return Yardage Season 380 363 328 278 278 275 271 213 212 192

A.J. Ritacco Jason Leden A.J. Ritacco Jason Leden Anthony Schreiber Michael Nordyke Jason Leden Jim Swanson Anthony Schreiber James Weston

Matt Wellumson Adam Coughlin Matt Heber Jeremiah Johnson 23 times. Last: wRob Wills

1981, 83-86 2000-03 2005-07 2004-07

Play: Game:

100.......................10/13/1973 Mark Patten vs Southwest State 100.............................9/30/06 Johnathan Hawks at Northern State not available

Season: Career:

710................................. 1986 A.J. Ritacco 2,030.....................1998-2001 Jason Leden

Jason Leden A.J. Ritacco Anthony Schreiber Michael Nordyke wAndrew Schultz Jim Swanson James Weston Anthony Acosta Karl Mikolon Mike Skinner

1998-2001 1983-86 2004-07 2003-04 2007-P 1972-73 1984 2002-03 2002 1988-91

Season

Joe Olsen Jason Leden Anthony Schreiber Blue Olson Vince Varpness Jason Leden Ryan Welle Karl Mikolon Anthony Schreiber

Jason Leden Anthony Schreiber Joe Olsen Blue Olson Vince Varpness Ryan Welle Karl Mikolon

1998-2001 2004-07 1994-97 1993-94 1997-98 1999-2002 2002

Season

A.J. Ritacco Jason Leden Jason Leden Lee Patten Mike Mielke Lee Patten Jonathan Hawks Bruce Rambo Michael Nordyke Bruce Rambo James Weston

1,047 882 558 313 264 250 192 190 185 184

Jason Leden Lee Patten A.J. Ritacco Bruce Rambo Chad Postal Michael Nordyke Drew Wilson Mark Patten Mike Mielke Johnathan Hawks

1998-2001 1971-72 1983-86 1976, 78 1990-92 2003-04 1996-99 1972-74 1985-87 2005-06

Jason Leden Robb Reed Brad Prigge Drew Wilson Johnathan Hawks Anthony Schreiber

1990-2001 1991-93 1995 1996-99 2005-06 2004-07

Career

1985 2001 2007 1994 1998 2000 2001 2002 2006

Kickoff Return Yardage 710 674 662 606 559 539 508 473 455 444 444

2007-P

Career 1985 2001 1986 1999 2007 2004 2000 1973 2006 1984

Punt Return Touchdowns 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1

2 2 2 2 1

1986 2000 1998 1972 1987 1971 2006 1978 2004 1976 1984

3 3 2 1 1 1 1

Career 2,030 1,145 982 917 896 850 748 743 620 571

Kickoff Return Touchdowns Season 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Robb Reed Brad Prigge Jason Leden Jason Leden Drew Wilson Jason Leden Jonathan Hawks Anthony Schreiber

BEAVER FOOTbALL

2010

1991 1995 1998 1999 1999 2000 2006 2007

Career 3 1 1 1 1 1

Punt Return Touchdowns

Career

Matt Wellumson Adam Coughlin Matt Heber 24 times. Last: wAnthony Ragsdale wRob Wills

86.........................10/22/1955 D. Campbell vs Mankato State 154...........................9/8/2001 Jason Leden at St. Thomas 380................................. 1985 A.J. Ritacco 1,047.....................1998-2001 Jason Leden

1981, 83-85 1995-97 1999-2003 2000-04 1975-78 2006-09 1994-97 1972-73 1983-86 2002-04

Rich Schwartz (20-209) Cullen Garrity (8-178) Ryan McCrady (8-173) Kyle Rambow (5-166) Tony Weber (13-162) wJake Anderson (5-151) Joe Olsen (11-149) Jim Swanson (10-145) A.J. Ritacco (11-130) Torry Joubert (10-123)

Interception Return Touchdowns Season

Play: Game: Season: Career:

Game: Season: Career:

Career

Kyle Rambow (3-133) Jim Swanson (6-126) Cullen Garrity (4-121) Matt Wellumson (2-109) Rich Schwartz (8-106) Ryan McCrady (2-101) Jake Anderson (3-99) Rich Schwartz (7-93) Torry Joubert (5-93) Dick Lugeanbeal (6-92)

2...............................9/8/2001 Jason Leden at St. Thomas 2..................................... 1985 Joe Olson 2..................................... 2001 Jason Leden 2..................................... 2007 Anthony Schreiber 3............................1998-2001 Jason Leden 3................................2004-07 Anthony Schreiber

Kickoff Return Yards

Kickoff Return Touchdowns Game:

1......................... many times

Season: 1......................... many times Career:

3............................1998-2001 Jason Leden

Annual Pass Defense Leaders (since 1976) yr

name

1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Two players with Ron Cunningham Kevin Baglein Two players with Ken Brown Rich Schwartz Bill Bryand Jeff Buerkle Rich Schwartz Two players with Pete Theriault Carey Woods Four players with Brian Griffin Two players with Two players with Roger Campanelli Robb Reed Joe Olsen Joe Olsen Cullen Garrity Two players with Ryan Fritts Ryan Fritts Ryan McCrady Three players with Chris Canter Chris Canter Torry Joubert Willy Plancher Zach Christ Jeremiah Johnson Terrell Phelps Dusty Sluzewicz

PBU 8 8 8 7 9 8 11 8 11 5 5 6 3 12 6 4 10 6 9 10 13 10 6 8 11 4 8 7 12 6 5 7 20 10


Bemidji State Football Quickly... Punt Attempts

Game: Season: Career:

12...........................11/2/1985 Danny Krause vs Minnesota-Duluth 84................................... 1979 Mike Guzzo 252............................1982-85 Danny Krause

Punting Yards

Punt: Game: Season: Career:

85...........................9/27/1997 Cullen Garrity vs Southwest State 402.........................11/2/1985 Danny Krause vs Minn.-Duluth 2,946.............................. 1979 Mike Guzzo 9,632.........................1982-85 Danny Krause

Punting Average

Game: Season: Career:

51.3......................10/22/2007 Paul Potemra at Minnesota, Crookston 41.8................................ 1977 Rick Van Roekel 38.6...........................2007-08 Paul Potemra

Quickly...

Points Scored

Points Scored

Season 152 134 98 98 96 90 90 86 84 78 78

Eddie Acosta (25 TD, 1 PAT) Eddie Acosta (22 TD, 1 PAT) Ed Acosta (16 TD, 1 PAT) Tyler Olson (16 TD, 1 PAT) Al Wolden (16 TD) Chris Meyer (15 TD) Eddie Acosta (15 TD) Michael Nordyke (14 TD, 1 PAT) George Kadlec (14 TD) John Gronski (13 TD) Chris Meyer (13 TD)

Career 2001 2000 1976 2004 1986 1998 2003 2004 2008 1987 1999

Points Scored - Kicking Season 71 68 54 52 52 51 51 48 46 43 41 40

Paul Potemra (41 PAT, 10FG) Michael McDonald (53 PAT, 5 FG) Mike Guzzo (27 PAT, 9 FG) Charlie Warring (19 PAT, 11 FG) wJesse Sundby (40 PAT, 4 FG) Michael McDonald (39 PAT, 4 FG) Michael McDonald (36 PAT, 5 FG) Charlie Warring (30 PAT, 6 FG) Brian Heredos (22 PAT, 8 FG) Neil Collier (40 PAT, 1 FG) Neil Collier (29 PAT, 4 FG) Pete Theriault (25 PAT, 5 FG)

2007 2005 1977 1983 2009 2006 2005 1984 1985 2001 2002 1986

Touchdowns Scored Season 25 22 16 16 16 15 15 14 14 13

Annual Punting Leaders

Eddie Acosta (21 rush, 4 rcv) Eddie Acosta (18 rush, 4 rcv) Ed Acosta (15 rush, 1 rcv) Al Wolden (13 rush, 3 rcv) Tyler Olson (15 rush, 1 rcv) Chris Meyer (13 rush, 2 rcv) Eddie Acosta (14 rush, 1 rcv) George Kadlec (14 rcv) Michael Nordyke (4 rush, 10 rcv) John Gronski (13 rush)

Season

yr

name (punts/yds)

ypg

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

John Backes (51/1,663) John Backes (54/1,861) John Backes (40/1,638) Dale Gilson (23/815) Rick Van Roekel (62/2,134) Rick Van Roekel (72/2,182) Rick Van Roekel (53/2,317) Mike Guzzo (64/2,427) Mike Guzzo (84/2,946) Troy Hawkshead (17/545) Pat Pfau (69/2,380) Danny Kraus (54/1,994) Danny Kraus (71/2,643) Danny Kraus (60/2,479) Danny Kraus (66/2,516) Jeff Spry (54/1,734) Jeff Spry (45/1,411) Mark Leonartowicz (20/687) Steve Bell (56/1,854) Lin Anderson (33/1,112) Brian Murray (49/1,572) Brian Murray (49/1,464) Brian Murray (67/2,166) Bert Brandt (56/1,995) Dan Brown (40/1,444) Cullen Garrity (78/2,762) Cullen Garrity (57/2,105) Geoff Martinson (57/1,909) Geoff Martinson (57/1,967) Neil Collier (46/1,488) Neil Collier (41/1,499) Neil Collier (52/1,801) Jason Baez (45/1,742) Adam Noble (26/860) Michael McDonald (48/1,815) Michael McDonald (57/2,142) Paul Potemra (51/2,064) Paul Potemra (40/1,451) Jesse Sundby (40/1,466)

32.6 34.5 40.9 35.4 34.4 30.3 41.8 37.9 35.1 32.1 34.5 36.9 37.2 41.3 38.1 32.1 31.4 34.4 33.1 33.7 32.1 29.9 32.3 35.6 36.1 35.4 36.9 33.5 34.5 32.3 36.6 34.6 38.7 33.1 37.8 37.6 40.5 36.3 36.7

53 41 40 40 39 36 31 30 29 27 25

Michael McDonald (53-55) Paul Potemra (41-41) Neil Collier (40-55) wJesse Sundby (40-50) Michael McDonald (39-42) Michael McDonald (36-44) David Hagen (31-40) Charlie Warring (30-34) Neil Collier (29-32) Mike Guzzo (27-na) Pete Theriault (25-27)

2004 2007 2001 2009 2006 2005 2003 1984 2002 1977 1986

Season

Charlie Warring (11-18) Paul Potemra (10-13) Mike Guzzo (9-16) Mike Guzzo (8-13) Brian Heredos (8-11) Matt Wallace (7-na) Charlie Warring (6-10) Neil Collier (6-7) six times. Last: Michael McDonald (5-7)

2005

Season

Mike Guzzo (84-2,946) Cullen Garrity (78-2,762) Rick Van Roekel (72-2,182) Danny Kraus (71-2,643) Pat Pfau (69-2,380) Brian Murray (67-2,166) Danny Kraus (66-2,516) Mike Guzzo (64-2,427) Rick Van Roekel (62-2,134) Danny Kraus (66-2,516)

Michael McDonald (128PAT, 14 FG) Neil Collier (110 PAT, 15 FG) Charlie Warring (61 PAT, 25 FG) Mike Guzzo (55 PAT, 26 FG) Paul Potemra (61 PAT, 14FG) wJesse Sundby (40 PAT, 10 FG) Matt Wallace (22 PAT, 11 FG) Brian Heredos (22 PAT, 8 FG) Pete Theriault (25 PAT, 5 FG) David Hagen (31 PAT, 2 FG) Brad Boser (21 PAT, 5 FG) Matt Leonartowicz (16 PAT, 5 FG)

2004-06 1999-02 1981-84 1976-79 2007-2008 2008-P 1992-93 1985 1983, 85-86 2003 1990-91 1988

Eddie Acosta (64 rush, 10 rcv) Chris Meyer (33 rush, 8 rcv) Al Wolden (29 rush, 8 rcv) Anthony Schreiber (6 rush, 22 rcv, 4 ret) Jason Leden (24 rcv, 6 ret) John Gronski (27 rush, 1 rcv) Ryan Welle (3 rush, 24 rcv, 1 ret) Tyler Olson (22 rush, 4 rcv) George Kadlec (26 rcv) Adam Noble (25 rcv)

1999-2003 1996-99 1983-86 2004-07 1998-2001 1986-89 1999-2002 2003-2006 2005-08 2001-04

Career 170 155 136 133 103 58 55 46 40 37 36 31

74 41 37 32 30 28 28 26 26 25

128 110 61 61 55 46 31 30 25 22 22

Michael McDonald (128-141) Neil Collier (110-136) Charlie Warring (61-66) Paul Potemra (61-64) Mike Guzzo (55-57) wJesse Sundby (46-56) David Hagen (31-40) Cullen Garrity (30-37) Pete Theriault (25-27) Brian Heredos (22-24) Matt Wallace (22-na)

2004-06 1999-2002 1981-84 2007-08 1976-79 2007-P 2003 1995-97 1983, 85-86 1985 1992-93

Mike Guzzo (26-48) Charlie Warring (25-42) Neil Collier (15-23) Michael McDonald (14-22) Paul Potemra (14-20) Matt Wallace (11-11) Brian Heredos (8-11) Pete Theriault (5-10) Matt Leonartowicz (5-8) Brad Boser Cullen Garrity (5-12)

1976-79 1981-84 1999-2002 2004-2006 2007-08 1992-93 1985 1983, 85-86 1988 1990-91 1995-97

Career 1983 2007 1977 1979 1985 1993 1984 2000

Punts 84 78 72 71 69 67 66 64 62 60

1999-2003 1996-99 1983-86 2004-07 1998-2001 1999-2002 2004-06 1986-89 2005-08 1999-2002 2001-04

Career

Field Goals Made 11 10 9 8 8 7 6 6 5

Eddie Acosta (74 TD, 3 PAT) Chris Meyer (41 TD) Al Wolden (37 TD, 1 PAT) Anthony Schreiber (32 TD) Jason Leden (30 TD, 1 PAT) Ryan Welle (28 TD, 2 PAT) Michael McDonald (128 PAT, 14 FG) John Gronski (28 TD) George Kadllec (26 TD, 2PAT) Neil Collier (110 PAT, 15 FG) Adam Noble (25 TD)

Career 2001 2000 1976 1986 2004 1998 2003 2008 2004 1987

PAT Kicks Made

(since 1971)

450 246 224 194 182 172 170 168 160 155 150

26 25 15 14 14 11 8 5 5 5 5

Career 1979 1996 1976 1983 1981 1993 1985 1978 1975 1985

251 194 187 154 148 145 139 120 114 96

Danny Kraus (251-9,632) Brian Murray (914-6,107) Rick Van Roekel (187-6,533) Cullen Garrity (154-5,460) Mike Guzzo (148-5,373) John Backes (145-5,162) Neil Collier (139-4,788) Michael McDonals (120-4,423) Geoff Martinson (114-3,876) Jeff Spry (96-3,145)

2010

1982-85 1990-93 1975-77 1995-97 1976-79 1971-73 1999-2002 2004-p 1998-2001 1985-87

Game: Season: Career:

36.........................10/31/1998 Chris Meyer vs Minnesota Duluth 152................................. 2001 Eddie Acosta 450........................1999-2003 Eddie Acosta

Touchdowns Scored

Game: Season: Career:

6...........................10/31/1998 Chris Meyer vs Minnesota Duluth 25................................... 2001 Eddie Acosta 74..........................1999-2003 Eddie Acosta

PAT Kicks Made

Game: Season: Career:

Field Goals

Long FG: Game: Season: Career:

7..............................six times Last: 9/18/2004 Michael McDonald vs Wis.-River Falls 53................................... 2004 Michael McDonald 128............................2004-06 Michael McDonald

53.........................10/15/1977 Mike Guzzo vs Winona State 3..........................three times Last: 11/10/2000 Neil Collier vs Minn.-Crookston 11................................... 1983 Charlie Warring 26..............................1976-79 Mike Guzzo

Annual Scoring Leaders (since 1971) yr name (TD)

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

Lee Patten (6) Lee Patten (3) Charlie Meyers (6) Scott Lindberg (5) Scott Longenecker (7) Ed Acosta (16) Mike Guzzo (0) Mike Guzzo (0) Mike Guzzo (0) John Stanslanski (3) Ron Johnson (5) Charlie Warring (0) Charlie Warring (0) Al Wolden (10) Al Wolden (10) Al Wolden (16) John Gronski (13) Mark Leonartowicz (0) John Gronski (10) Ray Betton (9) Chad Postal (11) Marty Follis (9) Matt Wallace (0) Dan Brown (7) Brad Prigge (8) Chris Meyer (5) Chris Meyer (8) Chris Meyer (15) Chris Meyer (13) Eddie Acosta (22) Eddie Acosta (25) Ryan Welle (12) Eddie Acosta (15) Tyler Olson (16) Alvaro Carvajal (12) Anthony Schreiber (9) Paul Potemra (0) George Kadlec (14) Dustin Kroeplin (12)

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Team Records Most First Downs Gm.: 35 at Chadron St. 9/11/04 Sea.: 270 2004 Most First Downs Allowed Gm.: 33 vs St. Cloud St. 10/28/78 Sea.: 222 2000 Most Rushing Yards Gm.: 453 vs N’western (Minn) 9/16/89 Sea.: 2,519 2004 Most Rushing Yards Allowed Gm.: 585 vs UW-River Falls 11/14/98 Sea.: 2,437 1978 Most Passes Attempted Gm.: 57 vs St. Cloud St. 10/11/75 57 at Chadron St. 9/11/04 Sea.: 360 2008 Most Passes Completed Gm.: 34 at Chadron St. 9/11/04 Sea.: 225 2008 Most Passing Yards Gm.: 500 at Chadron St. 9/11/04 Sea.: 2,864 2001 Most Completions Allowed Gm.: 34 vs Southwest St. 10/7/00 Sea.: 249 2007 Most Passing Yards Allowed Gm.: 559 vs Southwest St. 11/17/91 Sea.: 2,872 2007 Most Interceptions Thrown Gm.: u11 vs St. Cloud St. 10/31/70 Sea.: 27 1970 Most Total Plays Gm.: 112 vs St. Cloud St. 10/30/71 Sea.: 831 2006 Most Total Yards Gm.: 658 at Chadron St. 9/11/04 Sea.: 5,181 2001 Most Total Yards Allowed Gm.: 646 at Winona St. 10/8/05 Sea.: 4,252 1993 Most Touchdowns Scored Gm.: 10 vs Minn.-Morris 10/28/00 10 vs Minn.-Morris 11/3/01 Sea.: 61 2001 Most Touchdowns Allowed Gm.: 10 vs Michigan Tech 10/23/71 Sea.: 53 1993 Most Points Scored Gm.: 70 Minn.-Morris 10/28/00 Sea.: 422 2004 Most Points Allowed Gm.: 70 vs Michigan Tech 10/23/71 Sea.: 379 1993 Most Fumbles Lost Gm.: 7 vs St. John’s 10/1/49 Sea.: 19 1976, 1977 Most Fumbles Recovered Gm.: 6 vs Michigan Tech 11/5/55 Sea.: 26 1984 Most Punts For Gm.: 12 vs St. John’s 9/20/35 12 Valley City State 9/12/81 12 vs Southwest St. 9/17/83 12 Minn.-Duluth 11/2/85 u NCAA Division II record

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Team Single-Season Rushing yards 2,519 508-2,519 2,317 456-2,317 2,275 517-2,275 2,213 439-2,213 w2,083 511-2,083

2004 2001 1976 2000 2009

Team Single-Season Passing TDs 27 27 26 w26 25

2001 2005 2003 2009 2000

Team Single-Season All purpose yards 6,460 6,037 5,977 5,880 5,278

Team Single-Season Punt return TDs 3 2 2 1 1 1 1

2001 2004 1999 2000 2003

2001 1995 2007 1994 1998 2000 2006

2008 2001 2009 2004 2005

Total points Scored 422 58 TD 415 61 TD w368 52 TD 367 51 TD 366 52 TD

2004 2001 2009 2000 1999

Kick return yards 1,063 51-1063 955 58-955 931 51-931 893 51-893 888 39-888

1999 1990 1997 1987 1986

2001 2009 2005 2004 2000

Touchdowns Scored 61 30/27/4 58 33/22/3 52 28/21/3 24/26/2 w52 51 23/25/3

2001 2004 1999 2009 2000

Kick return TDs 2 1 1 1 1 1 1

1999 1991 1995 1998 2000 2006 2007

Field goals made 14 14-n/a 11 11-18 10 10-13 9 9-16 8 8-11 8 8-13

1990 1983 2007 1977 1985 1979

Interceptions 28 28-399 26 26-165 25 25-214 23 23-343 22 22-292

1985 1983 1984 2003 2006

Rushing attempts 533 533-1,858 517 517-2275 512 512-1785 w511 511-2,083 508 508-2519 Rushing TDs 33 30 28 24 w24

2004 2001 1999 1976 2009

Rushing yards/game 229.0 9 games 229.0 11 games 227.5 10 games 215.2 9 games 210.6 11 games

1974 2004 1976 1989 2001

Pass attempts 360 225-360-8 323 187-323-13 322 176-322-14 317 174-317-15 313 158-313-19

2008 2005 2003 1999 1977

Total offense yards 5,181 758-2317 4,886 802-4886 4,584 740-2213 4,395 777-1885 4,380 721-4380

2001 2004 2000 1999 2005

Punt yards 2,946 2,762 2,711 2,516 2,479

84-2946 78-2762 72-2711 66-2516 60-2479

1979 1996 1983 1985 1984

Interception return TDs 5 4 3 3 3

1985 2003 1996 2005 2006

Pass completions 225 225-360-8 188 188-302-10 187 187-323-13 176 176-322-14 174 174-317-15

2008 2001 2005 2003 1999

Total offense/game 471.0 11 games 444.2 11 games 438.0 10 games 416.7 11 games 399.5 11 games

2001 2004 2005 2000 1999

Punt attempts 84 84-2946 78 78-2762 72 72-2182 72 72-2711 71 71-2193

1979 1996 1976 1983 1980

Total tackles 1,059 613-446 1,008 326-682 983 308-675 955 448-507 929 402-527

1995 1977 1984 1986 2002

Passing yards 2,864 188-302-10 2,680 187-323-13 2,510 174-317-15 2,484 225-360-8 2,371 169-301-12

2001 2005 1999 2008 2000

Total offense/play 6.84 758-2317 6.19 740-2213 6.09 802-4886 6.07 721-4380 5.66 777-1885

2001 2000 2004 2005 1999

Punt return yards 451 37-451 445 43-445 424 27-424 383 39-383 344 29-344

1986 1985 2001 1999 1984

2006 1976 1986 2009 2004

Pass completion pct 62.5 255-360-8 62.3 188-302-10 60.1 w146-243-6 58.8 173-294-10 57.9 187-323-13 Pass efficiency 164.8 188-302-10 154.6 w146-243-6 147.1 187-323-13 144.4 173-294-10 141.7 169-301-12 Passing yards/game 268.0 10 games 260.4 11 games 228.2 11 games 225.8 11 games 219.7 10 games

2005 2001 1999 2008 1998

Sacks 53.0 40.5 40.0 35.0 34.5

53-0/0 40-1/279 40-296 35-255 32-5/260

1986 1998 2006 2007 1999

Miscellaneous Records and Notes

First and Best First Team............................................................................. 1926 First Opponent......................Oct. 11, 1926; Cass Lake (L, 0-33) Most Victories, Season............................................9 (9-2), 2000 ...........................................................................9 (9-3), 2006 First Conference Championship................................. 1947 (NIC) First Undefeated Season..........................................1928 (3-0-3) Undefeated Seasons...........................1928 (3-0-3), 1944 (4-0-0) Undefeated Conference Season.................................. 2006 (8-0) Most Shutouts, Season........................................ 6 (6-2-0), 1941 NIC Championships............................... 1947, 1950, 1957, 1959 Number of Head Coaches....................................................... 15 Longest-Running Rivalry................... MSU Moorhead (73 years) Games 1st Win................BSU 13, Cass Lake 0 (10/27/1926; 3rd game) 25th Win.......... BSU 3, Duluth Technical College 0 (10/27/1934) 50th Win........................ BSU 6, Eau Claire State 2 (10/13/1944) 100th Win....................... BSU 40, Northern State 7 (11/1/1958) 150th Win........................ BSU 20, Valley City State 0 (9/8/1973) 200th Win..........................BSU 30, Mayville State 14 (9/1/1987) 250th Win............................... BSU 69, UM-Morris 6 (11/3/2001) 300th Win................BSU 24, Concordia-St. Paul 12 (11/8/2008) Total Games Played............................................................... 726 Total Overall Record........................ 308-394-24 (726 gms, .441) Most Consecutive Wins................ 10 (10/18/1940 - 10/18/1941)

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Most Consecutive Losses............... 20 (10/11/1980 - 10/2/1982) Consecutive Games Without a Tie......... 232 (11/7/1987 - pres.)

Scoring All-time Points Scored by BSU......................12,709 (17.51 ppg) All-time Points Allowed..................................14,548 (20.04 ppg) Consecutive Games Scoring................ 132 (11/16/1997 - pres.) Number of Times Shut Out.................................................... 100 Consecutive Games Shut Out.......... 4 (9/30/1938 - 10/28/1938) Number of Shutouts................................................................. 90 Consecutive Shutouts............................... 6 (9/12/41 - 10/18/41) Most Points Allowed (Season).................................... 379 (1993) Fewest Points Allowed (min. 4 gm)................................. 6 (1928) Fewest Points Allowed (min. 8 gm)............................... 42 (1941) Most Points Scored (Season)..................................... 422 (2004) Highest Average Margin of Victory:........................... 24.0 (1958) Highest Average Margin of Defeat:........................... -28.9 (1993) Fewest Points Scored (Season)......................... 14 (1943, 1-1-0) Most Points per Game.................................. 38.4 (422/11; 2004) Fewest Points per Game....... 3.7 pts./gm (1945; 26 pts in 7 gm) Points Scored, Game.......................70 vs UM-Morris (10/28/00) Points Allowed, Game................70 (10/23/70 vs Michigan Tech) Points Scored, Game; Both.......128 vs Southwest St. (63; 10/7/00) Points Allowed in Win.................. 63 vs Southwest St. (10/7/00)


Bemidji State Football Year 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Total

G 9 9 9 9 9 9 10 10 9 10 10 10 10 11 11 10 11 10 10 9 11 9 10 10 9 10 10 10 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 12 11 11 11 405

Rushing 1st Dn Att Yds 107 476 1,192 127 386 1,256 123 386 1,328 129 471 1,874 134 443 2,061 142 371 944 169 517 2,275 172 522 1,482 86 327 644 85 379 700 107 403 753 118 428 932 137 451 986 152 462 1,037 137 387 910 148 346 1,229 153 512 1,785 136 382 1,689 127 371 986 142 464 1,937 165 501 1,917 n/a 467 1,649 164 471 1,581 130 440 1,178 138 410 1,346 120 485 1,384 123 359 940 144 445 1,521 200 427 1,788 224 460 1,885 226 439 2,213 247 456 2,317 211 446 1,860 228 470 1,621 270 508 2,519 205 398 1,700 220 533 1,858 207 505 1,851 187 382 1,087 229 511 2,083 6,251 17,597 60,298

TD n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a 11 24 18 1 5 5 7 11 8 16 10 18 19 10 20 14 8 15 6 11 13 9 14 19 28 23 30 18 19 33 19 23 17 12 24 538

Att 190 173 203 118 180 301 235 313 173 220 207 210 229 293 294 304 228 287 266 166 235 167 242 190 187 155 265 257 284 317 301 302 298 322 294 323 298 257 360 243 9,776

Comp 73 56 73 48 88 120 86 158 62 93 91 92 116 147 145 147 122 144 122 68 86 66 91 65 84 70 95 103 158 174 169 188 157 176 173 187 170 146 225 146 4,891

Passing INT Yds 27 1,073 17 901 17 780 12 547 9 1,081 18 1,278 16 839 19 2,029 13 742 24 891 14 915 13 984 16 1,539 17 2,031 16 1,924 15 1,907 20 1,346 15 1,737 20 1,567 7 871 17 1,186 11 1,118 14 1,430 14 809 5 1,185 6 786 12 1,016 15 1,248 10 2,197 15 2,510 12 2,371 10 2,864 11 2,169 14 2,218 10 2,367 13 2,680 13 1,987 14 1,842 8 2,484 6 1,860 555 61,309

TD n/a 10 5 3 6 5 5 12 4 5 3 2 7 14 18 17 12 10 10 2 5 12 9 2 10 5 8 8 18 21 25 27 23 26 22 27 19 21 19 26 483

Total Off. Cmp % 0.384 2,265 0.324 2,157 0.360 2,108 0.407 2,421 0.489 3,142 0.399 2,222 0.366 3,114 0.505 3,511 0.358 1,386 0.423 1,591 0.440 1,668 0.438 1,916 0.507 2,525 0.502 3,068 0.493 2,834 0.484 3,136 0.535 3,131 0.502 3,426 0.459 2,553 0.410 2,808 0.366 3,103 0.395 2,767 0.376 3,011 0.342 1,987 0.449 2,531 0.452 2,170 0.358 1,956 0.401 2,769 0.556 3,985 0.549 4,395 0.561 4,584 0.623 5,181 0.527 4,029 0.547 3,839 0.588 4,886 0.579 4,380 0.570 3,845 0.568 3,693 0.625 3,571 0.601 3,943 0.500 121,759

Punts 51 51 54 44 43 62 62 53 64 84 71 71 67 73 62 66 66 52 59 56 62 51 52 67 62 59 78 65 59 58 46 41 53 59 58 49 57 53 68 42 2,354

Points 113 161 84 163 160 118 219 248 49 103 65 69 150 198 278 248 251 207 151 164 150 152 179 90 147 147 145 144 272 362 367 415 310 342 422 353 349 337 228 368 8,490

PRet n/a 148 59 218 47 111 83 180 36 122 100 161 161 149 344 76 451 104 179 52 129 98 105 47 106 153 89 88 161 380 292 424 281 265 277 324 226 317 150 143 6,745

KORet n/a 637 753 609 770 668 650 371 906 784 789 587 648 715 616 433 888 893 810 689 955 733 694 n/a 644 766 786 931 851 1,007 850 735 811 831 658 869 675 586 882 720 28,289

*Records available since 1970

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NFL Draft Selections 1946 1970

T Dean Widseth Chicago Bears TE John Redebaugh Cleveland Browns

21st rd/194th 16th rd/411th

All-America Selections (1976-1999) First Team 1976 RB Ed Acosta (NAIA)

1998 Ben McAninch

NAIA All-District

1964 HB Don Thompson 1970 OL Dave Rose

hon. mention

d2football.com All-Region

WR Ryan Welle Hon. Mention OL Bryan Stoffel 1st Team S Marty Humeniuk 2nd Team OT Blaine Thomas 2nd Team CB Torry Joubert Hon. Mention WR/KR Michael Nordyke Hon. Mention DE James Midboe Hon. Mention QB Nathan Sannes Hon. Mention OT Juston Guy 2nd Team

Don Hansenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Football Gazette All-America 2000 2001 2003 2008 2009

RB Eddie Acosta RB Eddie Acosta OL Bryan Stoffel CB Terell Phelps LB Jake Anderson

2nd Team 3rd Team 3rd Team Hon. Mention 3rd Team

Football Gazette All-Midwest/Super Region 3 2002 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2007 2007 2007 2007 2008 2009 2009

LB Jon Aamot LB Zach Christ OL Justin Guy OL John Keaveney DT Zach Stafford WR Anthony Schreiber DT Zach Stafford OL John Keaveney OL Justin Guy P/K Paul Potemra CB Terrell Phelps LB Jake Anderson CB Tiger Ellison

Daktronics, Inc. All-America 2009 LB Jake Anderson

3rd Team 3rd Team 3rd Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 3rd Team 2nd Team 3rd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 1st Team 3rd Team

2nd Team

Daktronics, Inc. All-Region/Super Region 3 2000 2001 2002 2006

RB Eddie Acosta RB Eddie Acosta LB Jon Aamot OL Justin Guy

2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 1st Team 1st Team

2nd Team 3rd Team 2nd Team 3rd Team 1st Team

2nd Team

All-Northern Intercollegiate Conference

Honorable Mention 1956 Harold Drescher (NAIA) 1958 FB Guy Vena (NAIA) 1966 RB Ron Diagiacomo (NAIA) 1989 RB John Gronski (NAIA) OL Dan Soltau (NAIA) 1990 RB Ray Betton (NAIA) LB Larry Filippi (NAIA)

2002 2003 2003 2004 2004 2004 2005 2005 2006

DE Mike Thomas OL Blaine Thomas OT Blaine Thomas LB Mitch Feierabend LB Zach Christ

CoSIDA Academic All-America

Third Team 1959 RB Dennis Price (NAIA)

2001 RB Eddie Acosta

OL John Keaveney WR/PR Anthony Schreiber K/P Paul Potemra Terrell Phelps Jake Anderson

CoSIDA Academic All-District V 2002 2003 2004 2004 2007

Second Team 1986 RB Al Wolden (NAIA) 1965 David Odegaard (NAIA) 1977 DE Dave Patten (NAIA) 1985 DB Rich Schwartz (NAIA)

d2football.com All-America

2006 2007 2007 2008 2009

2nd Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team

First Team 1934 FB Walter Krueger 1935 Norman Nelson 1936 Norman Nelson 1937 Norman Nelson 1938 Leroy Maas 1941 Dick Otterstad 1942 Dick Otterstad 1943 Dick Otterstad 1946 Dick Otterstad; Leo Hoosline 1949 Jim Richmire; Jack Vinji; Bill Robertson 1950 Earl Perkins 1952 Hubert Howland 1953 Les Dreschel; Jim Henkes 1954 Les Dreschel; Jim Henkes 1955 Dwaine Marten; Harold Drescher 1956 Dwaine Marten; Harold Drescher 1957 Dwaine Marten; FB Guy Vena; QB Dale Hartje; RB Dennis Price 1958 FB Guy Vena; LH Dennis Price; QB Ken Hendrickson; LT Dale Hartje; C Ron Phillips; 1959 RB Dennis Price; Dale Hartje; Al Toriseva 1960 Dale Hartje; Al Toriseva 1961 Lowell Nomeland 1962 QB Jack Brandt; Lowell Nomeland 1963 Lowell Nomeland 1964 HB Don Thompson 1965 David Odegaard; Dick Werner 1966 DE Dennis Black; RB Ron Diagiacomo 1968 DB Tom Weiser; FB Ed Treska 1970 LB Ginto Navjokas; C Dave Rose 1971 OT Chuck Knott; SE Lee Patten 1972 OT Chuck Knott; SE Lee Patten 1973 DB Jim Swanson; LB Bob Whelan 1974 LB Bob Whelan 1975 DE Bryan Westerman 1976 RB Ed Acosta 1977 OT Scott LaCoursiere; WR Dave Patten; QB Scott Longenecker 1978 OT Scott LaCoursiere 1979 K Mike Guzzo 1980 DL Jeff Kiehl 1981 TE Bruce Ecklund 1982 TE Bruce Ecklund; LB Dale Graff; LB Billy Bryant 1983 TE Bruce Ecklund 1984 WR Brent Jeffers; OG John Pullia; LB Rich Schwartz; DL Danny Woods 1985 OL Gary Spiering; PK Rich Schwartz; DL Trent Baalke 1986 OG Jeff Dunlap; RB Al Wolden; DT Matt Wellumson; LB Chris Holgard 1987 OG Bret Kasak 1988 LB William Kullolia 1989 OL Dan Soltau; RB John Gronski 1990 RB Ray Betton 1991 RB Mike Bakke; DB Brad Surina; WR Chad Postal 1992 DB Dana Gravesen; LB Matt Juhl 1993 DB Jim Carlson 1994 OL Matt Gay; LB Rich Twaroski

Second Team 1935 Ted Schmeekpepper 1936 G Miles Nelson 1954 QB Charles Broekmeir 1958 LE Jim Lawrence 1992 QB Marty Follis WR Chad Postal 1993 OL Jim Templin PK Matt Wallace

All-Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference

First Team 1995 OL Matt Gay; DL Fred Miller; LB Tom Andree; DB Joe Olson 1996 DB Rich Carlson; DB Joe Olson 1997 OL Randy Qual 1998 RB Chris Meyer; WR Jason Leden; DL Jay Hanson; DL Ben McAninch 2000 C Jerry Dagel; RB Eddie Acosta; KR Jason Leden 2001 OG Bryan Stoffel; C Jerry Dagel; QB Geoff Martinson; RB Eddie Acosta; DE Wallie Kuchinski; LB Pat Engleright; PR Jason Leden 2002 OT Brandon Pink; WR Ryan Welle 2003 OL Bryan Stoffel; S Marty Humeniuk; P Jason Baez 2004 OT Blaine Thomas; DE James Midboe; CB Torry Joubert 2005 DE James Midboe 2006 OT Justin Guy; OG John Keaveney; DT Zach Stafford; KR Johnathan Hawks; PR Anthony Schreiber 2007 LB Zach Christ; OT Justin Guy; OG John Keaveny; DE Seth Iverson; K/P Paul Potemra; WR/KR/PR Anthony Schreiber; DT Zach Stafford 2008 CB Terrell Phelps 2009 QB Derek Edholm; LB Jake Anderson; CB Tiger Ellison; DE Jordan Lardinois; DT Bryan Wick Second Team 1995 TE Steve Smuck; OL Randy Qual; RB Brad Prigge; DB Rich Carlson 1996 OL Randy Qual; TE Steve Smuk 1997 DB Joe Olsen; DE Ben McAninch 1998 OL Jim McKeon; QB Ben Morie; LB Ben Hudson; DB Rob Sutera 1999 QB Ben Morie; WR Jason Leden; DE Jay Hanson; LB Terrence Wilcox; DB Rob Sutera 2000 OG Brad Borkhuis; WR Jason Leden 2002 LB Jon Aamot; S Marty Humeniuk 2003 DE Adam Coughlin; DT Ben Jacobson; LB Jon Aamot 2004 C Brice Vollbrecht; RB Tyler Olson; WR Adam Noble; DT Gabe Rodriquez; LB Mitch Feierabend; PR Michael Nordyke 2005 RB Alvaro Carvajal; S Jeremiah Johnson; QB Nathan Sannes; OL Rob Selb 2006 DE Robert Molstad; LB Zach Christ; LB Matt Heber; CB WIlly Plancher; S Jeremiah Johnson 2007 S Jeremiah Johnson; C Chase Pearson; CB Terrell Phelps 2008 LB Jake Anderson; DE Rob Wills; QB Derek Edholm; OT Nathan Mahlik 2009 LB Andrew Eagan; C Cory Immerman; OT Davis Mickelson; WR Andrew Schultz; K/P Jesse Sundby

left: Dick Otterstad was a four-time First-Team all-Northern Intercollegiate Conference selection from 1941-46. above right: Two-time All-America and 2001 NSIC Player of the Year Eddie Acosta finished his career as the 10th-leading rusher in NCAA Division II history with 5,766 yards. right: DT: Zach Stafford (90) became the first Beaver to be named NSIC Defensive Player of the Year in 2007.

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All-Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference

Honorable Mention 1995 WR Jay Nelson; RB Eric Skaare 1996 CB Cullen Garrity; LB Eric Zajkowski 1997 RB Chris Meyer 1998 OG Brad Borkhuis; LB Terrence Wilcox; WR Ben Woodford 1999 OG Brad Borkhuis; WR Drew Wilson; RB Chris Meyer; DB Ryan Fritts 2000 QB Geoff Martinson; LB Pat Engleright; DE Wes Ehlers; WR Ben Woodford 2001 OT Brandon Pink; LB Jon Aamot 2002 PK Neil Collier; DT Mitch Hecker; CB Tom Maus; LB John Roscoe; OG Bryan Stoffel; C Bryce Vollbrecht 2003 RB Eddie Acosta; WR/KR Michael Nordyke; S Kurtis Woodard 2004 OT Rob Selb; OG Cole Scott; QB Nathan Sannes; WR Michael Nordyke; KR Michael Nordyke 2005 LB Ben Baratto; LB Zach Christ; OG John Keaveny; RB Tyler Olson; WR Anthony Schreiber; DT Zach Stafford 2006 C Chase Peterson; Wr Anthony Schreiber; P Michael McDonald; LB Ben Baratto; OL Brian Volbrecht; WR Chad Christianson 2007 DE Robert Molstad 2008 LB Andrew Eagan; WR George Kadlec; LB Luke Knutson; S Jason Kunz; WR Andrew Schultz 2009 RB Dustin Kroeplin; TE Brian Leonhardt; S Brody Scheff

NSIC Player of the Year

2001 RB Eddie Acosta - offense 2007 DT Zach Stafford - defense

NSIC Coach of the Year 1989 1995 1998 2006

Kris Diaz Kris Diaz Jeff Tesch Jeff Tesch

NSIC Glen Galligan Award 1949 1951 1956 1964 1986 1992 1993 2004 2005

RB Jim Richmire (co) RB Jack Buckley T Harold Drescher HB Don Thompson DT Matt Wellumson (co) QB Marty Follis LB Matt Juhl (co) OT Blaine Thomas QB Nathan Sannes

NFF Hampshire Honor Society Members 2007 Zach Christ 2008 Jeremy Gettel; Josh Karch; Jason Kunz 2009 Kyle McMartin; Bryan Wick


Bemidji State Football 1942 (3-4 / 3-2 NIC / t-3rd)

1936 (3-4 / 1-4 NIC / 5th)

R.E. Mendenhall 1926 - 1927 2 years / 6-5-1 (.542)

1926 (1-2-1) Head O11 O23 O27 N3

Coach: R.E. Mendenhall - - Cass Lake HS - - Deer River HS - - Cass Lake HS - - Park Rapids HS

Jack Sterrett 1931 - 1934 4 years / 11-16-2 (.414) NIC: 4-10 (.400)

1931 (3-4) a a h h

L 0 33 L 0 7 W 13 0 T 6 6

1927 (5-3)

Head Coach: R.E. Mendenhall Captain: George Stout S10 - - Grand Rapids HS h S17 - - St. Cloud Cathedral a S24 - - Itasca J.C *h O1 - - Park Rapids HS a O7 - - St. Cloud T.C. +h O15 - - Hibbing J.C. a O22 - - Virginia J.C. a O29 - - Crookston A.C. a * first intercollegiate game + homecoming

W 36 0 W 19 0 W 9 0 W 44 0 L 6 26 L 0 69 L 6 25 W 6 0

Head Coach: Jack Sterrett S25 - - Hibbing J.C. O2 - - Crookston A.C. O9 - - Virginia J.C. O16 - - St. Cloud T.C. O31 - - Itasca J.C. N7 - - Eveleth J.C. N14 - - Duluth T.C. + homecoming

a a a +h a h

L W L L W W W

0 12 24 6 0 41 0 18 18 0 34 7 14 0

1932 (2-4-1 / 1-3 NIC / t-5th) Head Coach: Jack Sterret S24 - - Northland O1 - - ^ Winona T.C. O8 - - Virginia J.C. O15 - - ^ St.Cloud T.C. O22 - - ^ Moorhead T.C. O27 - - Eveleth J.C. N5 - - ^ Duluth T.C. ^ NIC contest + homecoming

h a h +h a h

T 6 6 L 0 12 W 6 0 W 6 0 L 0 9 L 12 13 L 9 12

1933 (3-3-1 / 2-3 NIC / 4th)

Head Coach: Jack Sterrett S23 - - Itasca J.C. S30 - - ^ Winona T.C. O8 - - ^ Mankato T.C. O14 - - ^ St. Cloud T.C. O21 - - Crookston A.C. O28 - - ^ Moorhead T.C. N4 - - ^ Duluth T.C. ^ NIC contest + homecoming

Eldon Mason 1928 - 1930 2 years / 8-9-3 (.475) BSU Sports Hall of Fame

1928 (3-0-3)

Head Coach: Eldon Mason S15 - - UM-Cass Lake h W S29 - - St. Cloud T.C. *a T O5 - - Hibbing J.C. +h W O13 - - Itasca J.C. a T O20 - - Virginia J.C. h T N9 - - Crookston A.C. h W * BSTC later awarded 1-0 forfeit victory + homecoming

32 0 23 0 0 54

6 0 0 0 0 0

1929 (2-5) Head S20 S28 O5 O12 O18 O26 N9

Coach: Eldon Mason - - UM-Cass Lake - - Moorhead T.C. - - North Dakota Frosh - - Virginia J.C. - - St. Cloud T.C. - - Itasca J.C. - - Eveleth J.C.

h a h a h h a

Coach: Eldon Mason - - Moorhead T.C. - - St. Cloud T. C. - - Virginia J.C. - - Itasca J.C. - - Hibbing J.C. - - Eveleth J.C. - - Crookston A.C.

h a h a a h h

T 0 0 L 0 7 W 6 0 L 0 6 W 64 6 W 2 0 L 0 31

h a a +h a a a h

W 6 L 0 L 0 L 0 L 7 L 0 W 20 W 3

1934 (3-5 / 1-4 NIC / 6th)

Head Coach: Jack Sterrett S15 - - Itasca J.C S22 - - St. John’s Univ. S28 - - ^ Winona T.C O6 - - ^ Mankato T.C O12 - - ^ St.Cloud T.C O20 - - ^ Moorhead T.C N2 - - Northland N12 - - ^ Duluth T.C ^ NIC contest + homecoming

0 20 6 13 19 44 0 0

W 20 0 L 6 8 L 6 26 L 0 6 L 0 26 W 9 0 L 6 46

1930 (3-4) Head S27 O4 O11 O25 O30 N8 N14

a h a +h h h a

L 0 L 6 L 0 W 6 W 7 L 0 W 25

33 26 31 0 6 18 0

Head Coach: R.B. Frost S18 - - ^ Moorhead T.C. S25 - - Mayville T.C. O2 - - ^ Winona T.C. O9 - - ^ Mankato T.C. O17 - - ^ St.Cloud T.C. O23 - - ^ Duluth T.C. O30 - - Hibbing J.C. + homecoming ^ NIC contest

h h h +h a h a

L 6 27 W 12 0 W 2 0 L 12 27 L 0 6 L 6 26 W 20 19

h a h a h +h a

L 0 24 W 26 0 W 12 0 W 20 19 L 7 33 L 0 6 L 2 31

R.B. Frost 1935 - 1937 3 years / 7-14-1 (.341) NIC: 3-12 (.200)

1935 (1-6-1 / 1-4 NIC / 5th)

Head Coach: R.B. Frost S13 - - Itasca J.C. *h S20 - - St.John’s Univ. h S27 - - ^ Winona T.C. h O4 - - ^ Mankato T.C. a O11 - - ^ St.Cloud T.C. +h O16 - - Itasca J.C. h O26 - - ^ Duluth T.C. a N2 - - ^ Moorhead T.C. a * first night game at BSTC Field ^ NIC contest + homecoming

T L W L L L L L

7 0 20 6 12 0 12 12

7 20 14 27 13 6 13 44

Head Coach: H.J. Erickson O8 - - Concordia College O15 - - Concordia College

h a

W L

7 2 7 26

1944 (4-0)

Head Coach: H.J. Erickson O13 - - Eau Claire St. +h O24 - - Concordia College h - - Concordia College N3 - - Eau Claire St. h + homecoming

W 6 W 18 W 27 W 27

2 6 6 6

1945 (3-4)

H.J. Erickson 1938 - 1954 17 years / 53-54-5 (.496) NIC: 25-31-4 (.450) BSU Sports Hall of Fame

Head Coach: H.J. Erickson S16 - - Itasca J.C. S23 - - Wahpeton (N.D.) S30 - - ^ Winona T.C. O7 - - ^ Mankato T.C. O15 - - ^ St.Cloud T.C. O28 - - ^ Duluth T.C. ^ NIC contest + homecoming

Head Coach: H.J. Erickson S15 - - St. Thomas a S24 - - St. John’s Univ. a S28 - - North Dakota St. h O5 - - St. Olaf’s College +h O12 - - Hamline Univ. h O19 - - South Dakota St. a O27 - - Winnipeg Bombers h + homecoming

L W W L L W L

0 6 6 0 8 6 7

28 0 0 19 17 0 40

1946 (3-4 / 2-2 NIC / t-3rd)

1938 (1-5 / 0-4 NIC / 6th) h h a +h a h

W 19 0 L 13 14 L 0 13 L 0 31 L 0 7 L 0 6

1939 (3-3-1 / 1-3-1 NIC / 4th) Head Coach: H.J. Erickson S16 - - Mayville T.C. a S22 - - ^ Moorhead T.C. a S29 - - ^ Winona T.C. h O6 - - ^ Mankato T.C. a O13 - - ^ St.Cloud T.C. h O21 - - Augsburg College +h O27 - - ^ Duluth T.C. a ^ NIC contest + homecoming

Head Coach: H.J. Erickson S13 - - Mayville College h W 20 6 S27 - - Concordia College h T 19 19 O4 - - ^ Winona St. T.C. a L 7 14 O12 - - ^ St.Cloud St. T.C. a L 0 6 O18 - - ^ Moorhead St. T.C. +h W 21 12 O25 - - ^ Duluth St. T.C. h W 10 0 N1 - - ^ Mankato St. T.C. h W 13 7 N8 - - Wahpeton Science a ccd-a ^ NIC contest + homecoming a- snow storm

1941 (6-2 / 3-2 NIC / 3rd)

Head Coach: H.J. Erickson S12 - - Mayville St. a S19 - - Jamestown College *h S26 - - Wahpeton Science h O4 - - ^ Winona St. T.C. +h O10 - - ^ Duluth St. T.C. a O18 - - ^ Moorhead St. T.C. a O24 - - ^ Mankato St. T.C. a O31 - - ^ St.Cloud St. T.C. h * first game in BSTC Stadium ^ NIC contest + homecoming

2010

Head Coach: H.J. Erickson S13 - - North Dakota S20 - - St.John’s Univ. S27 - - Mayville St. O5 - - ^ St.Cloud St. O11 - - ^ Moorhead St. O18 - - ^ Mankato St. O25 - - ^ Duluth St. ^ NIC contest + homecoming

h h a +h h a a

L 0 25 L 0 32 W 39 0 W 18 0 W 7 0 L 12 21 L 0 12

1947 (4-3 / 3-1 NIC / t-1st) W 12 0 L 0 6 L 0 12 T 6 6 W 19 6 W 26 0 L 6 9

1940 (4-2-1 / 3-2 NIC / 3rd)

L 0 6 L 0 7 W 33 0 L 0 14 W 27 0 W 34 0 L 7 13

1943 (1-1)

1937 (3-4 / 2-3 NIC / 4th) Head Coach: R.B. Frost S18 - - *Moorhead T.C. S25 - - Itasca J.C. O2 - - ^ Winona T.C. O9 - - ^ Mankato T.C. O16 - - ^ St.Cloud T.C. O22 - - Jersey of Mpls. O30 - - ^ Duluth T.C. ^ NIC contest + homecoming

Head Coach: H.J. Erickson S18 - - St. Thomas a O2 - - ^ Mankato St. T.C. h O9 - - ^ Moorhead St. +h O17 - - ^ St. Cloud St. T.C. a O23 - - ^ Winona St. T.C. a O30 - - ^ Duluth St. T.C. h N6 - - North Dakota h ^ NIC contest + homecoming

Head Coach: H.J. Erickson S12 - - North Dakota St. S19 - - Hamline Univ. S27 - - ^ Mankato St. O3 - - ^ Winona St. O10 - - ^ Moorhead St. O17 - - U. of Manitoba O24 - - ^ Duluth St. ^ NIC contest + homecoming

h h +h a a h h

L 0 20 L 6 20 W 27 6 W 6 0 L 7 20 W 12 0 W 12 7

1948 (3-5 / 1-4 NIC / 4th)

Head Coach: H.J. Erickson S17 - - North Dakota St. a S24 - - ^ Winona St. h O1 - - Superior St. a O8 - - ^ Duluth a O15 - - ^ Mankato St. a O22 - - ^ Moorhead St. +*h O29 - - ^ St. Cloud St. h N5 - - U. of Manitoba h * first “Battle for the Axe” ^ NIC contest + homecoming

W 13 0 W 20 12 L 0 13 L 6 32 L 0 16 L 6 13 L 0 14 W 20 6

1949 (4-3-1 / 2-1-1 NIC / t-2nd) W W W W W W L L

19 0 14 0 19 0 13 0 34 0 25 0 19 21 0 21

Head Coach: H.J. Erickson S17 - - Wahpeton Science h S24 - - ^ St. Cloud St. a O1 - - St. John’s Univ. +h O8 - - Duluth St. h O15 - - ^ Winona St. a O22 - - Jamestown St. h O29 - - ^ Mankato St. a N5 - - ^ Moorhead St. a ^ NIC contest + homecoming

W T L L W W L W

BEAVER FOOTbALL

41 0 6 6 7 20 12 13 27 7 26 0 0 6 13 6

59


1950 (5-1-1 / 3-0-1 NIC / t-1st)

Head Coach: H.J Erickson Captain: Chuck Zielen S15 - - Jamestown St. S30 - - ^ Winona State O13 - - ^ St.Cloud St. O21 - - ^ Mankato St. O27 - - ^ Moorhead St. - - North Dakota N2 - - Valley City St. ^ NIC contest

h h h a a

W W W T W L W

a

1956 (2-4-2 / 0-3-1 NIC / 5th) 33 na 14 13 20 6 19

12 na 13 13 0 26 13

1962 (3-6 / 2-3 NIC / t-4th)

a h h h h a a a

W W L T L L T L

33 18 7 13 13 6 13 13

0 7 13 13 19 25 13 32

Head Coach: C.A. Anderson Captain: Duane Martin S20 - - North Dakota a S27 - - Northern St. h O4 - - ^ Winona St. a O11 - - ^ St. Cloud St. a O18 - - ^ Mankato St. h O25 - - ^ Moorhead St. +h N1 - - Valley City St. h N8 - - Wis. St.-Superior a ^ NIC contest + homecoming

L L L W W W W L

19 13 8 18 14 27 12 0

34 14 19 13 13 14 6 26

W W W L W W W W

13 36 50 12 48 38 40 48

6 21 12 13 7 13 7 14

W T W W W W L W

32 12 0 0 45 8 6 0 34 6 31 8 0 22 32 26

1957 (4-4 / 3-1 NIC / t-1st)

1951 (6-2 / 3-1 NIC / 2nd)

Head Coach: H.J. Erickson S15 - - Marshall Blocks(Mpls) h S22 - - Duluth a S29 - - ^ Winona St. a O5 - - Valley City St. h O13 - - ^ St. Cloud St. a O20 - - ^ Mankato St. +h O26 - - ^ Moorhead St. h N2 - - South Dakota St. a ^ NIC contest + homecoming

W W W W L W W L

38 26 20 45 0 20 12 0

0 18 13 7 26 13 0 48

1958 (7-1 / 4-1 NIC / 2nd)

1952 (2-4 / 1-3 NIC / 5th)

Head Coach: H.J. Erickson Captain: Daryl Foster S20 - - North Dakota h L 0 S26 - - ^ Moorhead St. a L 6 O4 - - ^ Winona St. +h *W 12 O17 - - ^ St. Cloud St. h L 0 O24 - - ^ Mankato St. a L 7 O31 - - Valley City St. h W 18 ^ NIC contest + homecoming * victory forfeited for using ineligible player

31 19 0 20 27 13

Head Coach: C.A. Anderson S13 - - North Dakota h S20 - - ^ Michigan Tech a O4 - - ^ St.Cloud St. +h O11 - - ^ Mankato St. a O18 - - ^ Moorhead St. a O25 - - ^ Winona St. h N1 - - Northern St. a N7 - - Wis. St.-Superior h ^ NIC contest + homecoming

1959 (6-1-1 / 4-1 NIC / t-1st)

1953 (1-6 / 1-3 NIC / t-4th)

Head Coach: H.J. Erickson Captains: Lowell Nomeland, Mike S19 - - North Dakota h S25 - - ^ Moorhead St. +h O3 - - ^ Winona St. a O10 - - Buena Vista (Iowa) a O17 - - ^ St. Cloud St. a O23 - - ^ Mankato St. h O30 - - Valley City St. a ^ NIC contest +homecoming

Goeden L 13 21 W 13 6 L 7 26 L 7 19 L 12 18 L 14 19 L 6 26

a a h h a h a

Head Coach: C.A. Anderson S12 - - Eau Claire St. h S19 - - Northwest Missouri a O3 - - ^ St. Cloud St. a O10 - - ^ Mankato St. +h O17 - - ^ Moorhead St. h O24 - - ^ Winona St. a O31 - - ^ Michigan Tech h N6 - - Wis. St.-Superior a ^ NIC contest + homecoming

1960 (2-6 / 2-3 NIC / t-3rd)

1954 (1-5-1 / 0-3-1 NIC / 5th) Head Coach: H.J. Erickson S18 - - North Dakota S25 - - ^ Moorhead St. O2 - - ^ Winona St. O16 - - ^ St. Cloud St. O23 - - ^ Mankato St. O29 - - Wis. St.-Superior N6 - - Northland (Wis.) ^ NIC contest

Head Coach: C.A. Anderson S14 - - Valley City St. S21 - - Jamestown (N.D.) S29 - - ^ Winona St. O6 - - Northern Michigan O13 - - ^ St. Cloud St. O20 - - ^ Mankato St. O27 - - ^ Moorhead St. N3 - - Michigan Tech ^ NIC contest

L L T L L L W

12 7 13 12 7 14 34

27 20 13 18 26 21 6

Head Coach: C.A. Anderson S10 - - South Dakota St. a S17 - - Northwest Missouri h S24 - - ^ Michigan Tech h O1 - - ^ Winona St. a O9 - - ^ St. Cloud St. +h O13 - - ^ Mankato St. a O20 - - ^ Moorhead St. a N4 - - Wis. St.-Superior h + homecoming ^ NIC contest

L 6 22 L 6 27 L 8 33 L 6 26 W 14 10 L 3 20 W 20 8 L 12 20

Head Coach: C.A. Anderson S8 - - St. John’s h S15 - - Central Wisconsin h S22 - - Augustana h S29 - - ^ Moorhead St. a O6 - - ^ Michigan Tech h O13 - - ^ Winona St. a O20 - - ^ St. Cloud St. +h O27 - - ^ Mankato St. a N2 - - Wis. St.-Superior h + homecoming ^ NIC contest

1968 (3-6 / 1-4 NIC / 5th) L L W L W L L W L

14 7 13 7 43 6 14 9 16

30 18 6 10 12 20 15 7 35

Chet Anderson 1955-60 / 1962-65 10 years / 43-34-5 (.555) NIC: 25-20-2 (.553) BSU Sports Hall of Fame

60

John Kulbitski 1961 1 year / 3-6 (.333) NIC: 3-2 (.600)

1961 (3-6 / 3-2 NIC / t-2nd)

1955 (4-3-1 / 1-3 NIC / t-3rd) Head Coach: Chet Anderson S16 - - Northland (Wis.) h S23 - - ^ Moorhead St. h S30 - - ^ Winona St. a O8 - - Northern Michigan a O15 - - ^ St. Cloud St. a O22 - - ^ Mankato St. +h O29 - - Wis. St.-Superior a N4 - - Michigan Tech h ^ NIC contest + homecoming

W W L W L L T W

37 20 6 25 6 12 0 13

0 7 13 14 46 19 0 0

Head Coach: John Kulbitski Captains: Merrill Gustoff, Sheldon S9 - - South Dakota St. h S16 - - St. John’s a S23 - - Augustana a S30 - - ^ Mankato St. h O7 - - ^ Moorhead St. h O14 - - ^ Michigan Tech a O21 - - ^ Winona St. +h O28 - - ^ St. Cloud St. a N3 - - Wis. St.-Superior a + homecoming ^ NIC contest

BEAVER FOOTbALL

2010

Clay L 8 L 6 L 6 L 6 W 34 W 16 L 0 W 12 L 9

34 30 22 16 8 2 12 7 13

L L L W L L L W W

0 0 10 14 14 13 14 63 37

37 53 28 7 27 17 49 22 0

1963 (6-1-1 / 3-1-1 NIC / 2nd) Head Coach: C.A. Anderson S14 - - South Dakota a S21 - - Lakeland College h S28 - - ^ St. Cloud St. a O5 - - ^ Mankato St. +h O12 - - ^ Moorhead St. h O19 - - ^ Michigan Tech a O26 - - ^ Winona St. h N1 - - Wis. St-Superior a + homecoming ^ NIC contest

W W W W T L W W

33 7 38 12 35 0 15 9 20 20 13 14 41 0 34 0

Head Coach: C.A. Anderson S12 - - South Dakota h S19 - - North Dakota h S26 - - ^ Winona St. a O3 - - ^ St. Cloud St. +h O10 - - ^ Mankato St. a O17 - - ^ Moorhead St. a O24 - - ^ Michigan Tech h O30 - - LaCrosse St. a N6 - - Wis. St.-Superior h + homecoming ^ NIC contest

L L L W W L W W W

0 0 0 26 21 14 35 21 51

14 10 6 2 20 15 7 7 20

L L L W W L W W

6 0 20 14 20 7 9 24

20 7 22 6 13 14 8 14

Head Coach: James Malmquist S13 - - ^ UM-Morris a S20 - - Stevens Point a S27 - - ^ St. Cloud St. a O4 - - Mankato St. h O11 - - ^ Moorhead St. h O18 - - ^ Michigan Tech a O25 - - ^ Winona St. +h N1 - - Bethel a + homecoming ^ NIC contest

L 7 14 W 6 0 T 7 7 L 0 23 W 28 12 L 6 7 W 19 0 W 59 13

Head Coach: James Malmquist S12 - - Platteville h S19 - - Gustavus Adolphus a S26 - - Lincoln h O3 - - ^ Moorhead St. a O10 - - ^ UM-Morris h O17 - - ^ Southwest St. a O24 - - ^ Michigan Tech h O31 - - ^ St. Cloud St. a N7 - - ^ Winona St. h ^ NIC contest

L L L L L L L L W

14 6 10 6 0 20 8 9 40

33 62 26 33 14 30 35 29 12

L L L L T W L W W

15 0 13 8 22 27 20 15 41

32 21 35 28 22 17 70 14 0

W L L L L L L L W

17 0 0 15 14 7 15 7 9

13 37 35 48 26 20 21 24 7

W W W L W L L W L

20 26 10 7 41 13 6 31 9

0 7 0 17 40 14 38 7 35

1971 (3-5-1 / 3-2-1 NIC / t-3rd)

Don Palm 1966 - 1968 3 years / 9-16-1 (.360) NIC: 4-10-1 (.300) BSU Sports Hall of Fame

Head Coach: Don Palm Captains: Larry Koehler, Dennis Black S10 - - Stevens Point h W 3 S17 - - St. John’s Univ. h L 20 S24 - - ^ Michigan Tech h L 0 O1 - - ^ Winona St. a W 14 O8 - - ^ St. Cloud St. +h W 9 O15 - - ^ Mankato St. a L 0 O22 - - ^ Moorhead St. a L 0 O29 - - Parsons a L 17 + homecoming ^ NIC contest

W L L T W L L W L

Head Coach: James Malmquist S11 - - Platteville (Wis.) a S18 - - Concordia (Minn.) h S25 - - Lincoln Univ. (Mo.) a O2 - - ^ Moorhead St. h O9 - - ^ UM-Morris a O16 - - ^ Southwest St. +h O23 - - ^ Michigan Tech a O30 - - ^ St. Cloud St. h N6 - - ^ Winona St. a + homecoming ^ NIC contest

1972 (2-7 / 1-5 NIC / 6th) 0 26 18 7 7 6 13 46

Head Coach: James Malmquist S9 - - Valley City St. h S16 - - Concordia (Minn.) a S23 - - Illinois St. a S30 - - ^ Moorhead St. a O7 - - ^ UM-Morris h O14 - - ^ Southwest St. a O21 - - ^ Michigan Tech +h O28 - - ^ St. Cloud St. a N4 - - ^ Winona St. h + homecoming ^ NIC contest

1973 (5-4 / 2-4 NIC / t-4th)

1967 (3-5-1 / 1-3-1 NIC / t-4th) Head Coach: Don Palm S16 - - UM-Morris a S23 - - Northern Michigan h S30 - - ^ Mankato St. h O7 - - ^ Moorhead St. h O14 - - ^ Michigan Tech a O21 - - ^ Winona St. +h O28 - - ^ St. Cloud St. a N4 - - Mayville St. (ND) h N11 - - St. Thomas a + homecoming ^ NIC contest

James Malmquist 1969 - 1973 5 years / 15-27-2 (.364) NIC: 9-18-2 (.345)

1970 (1-8 / 1-5 NIC / t-5th)

1965 (4-4 / 3-2 NIC / t-2nd)

Head Coach: C.A. Anderson S11 - - North Dakota a S18 - - St. John’s Univ. a S25 - - ^ Winona St. h O2 - - ^ St. Cloud St. a O9 - - ^ Mankato St. +h O16 - - ^ Moorhead St. h O23 - - ^ Michigan Tech a O30 - - LaCrosse St. h + homecoming ^ NIC contest

1969 (4-3-1 / 2-2-1 NIC / 4th)

1964 (5-4 / 3-2 NIC / 3rd)

1966 (3-5 / 2-3 NIC / t-4th)

Head Coach: Don Palm S14 - - UM-Morris h S21 - - Northern Michigan a S28 - - ^ Moorhead St. a O5 - - ^ Michigan Tech h O12 - - ^ Winona St. a O19 - - ^ St. Cloud St. +h O26 - - ^ Mankato St. a N2 - - Bethel h N9 - - St. Thomas h + homecoming ^ NIC contest

28 3 13 20 21 0 6 33 31

14 33 22 20 14 33 20 3 42

Head Coach: James Malmquist S8 - - Valley City St. a S15 - - Dakota St. h S22 - - Eastern Montana a S29 - - ^ Moorhead St. h O6 - - ^ UM-Morris a O13 - - ^ Southwest St. h O20 - - ^ Michigan Tech a O27 - - ^ St. Cloud St. +h N3 - - ^ Winona St. a + homecoming ^ NIC contest


Bemidji State Football

O23 - 2 Northwestern (Iowa) a O30 - - ^ UM-Duluth h N6 - - Mayville St. h + homecoming ^ NIC contest

Larry Mortier 1974 1 year / 2-7 (.222) NIC: 0-6 (.000)

1974 (2-7 / 0-6 NIC / 7th) Head Coach: Larry Mortier Captains: Scott Lindberg S7 - - Mayville St. S14 - - Dakota St. S21 - - ^ UM-Morris S28 - - ^ Southwest St. O5 - - ^ Michigan Tech O12 - - ^ St. Cloud St. O19 - - ^ Winona St. O26 - - UW-Stout N2 - - ^ Moorhead St. + homecoming ^ NIC contest

Sparky Adams 1978 - 1981 4 years / 2-36-1 (.064) NIC: 2-27 (.069)

1983 (4-6-1 / 1-4-1 NIC / 7th)

1978 (0-9 / 0-8 NIC / 9th) h a h a +h a h h a

W L L L L L L W L

40 14 23 17 6 17 17 26 0

6 28 31 27 62 36 40 20 40

Head Coach: Sparky Adams S9 - - Valley City St. h S16 - - ^ UM-Duluth h S23 - - ^ Mankato St. a S30 - - ^ Winona St. h O7 - - ^ Moorhead St. a O14 - - ^ Michigan Tech +h O21 - - ^ UM-Morris a O28 - - ^ St. Cloud St. h N4 - - ^ Southwest St. a + homecoming ^ NIC contest

L 14 23 L 0 42 L 3 32 L 14 20 L 0 28 L 3 32 L 9 33 L 3 31 L 3 7

Don Turner 1975 - 1977 3 years / 14-15 (.483) NIC: 9-11 (.450)

1975 (2-7 / 1-5 NIC / 6th)

Head Coach: Don Turner Captains: Rick Palmer, Bryan Westerman S6 - - Mayville St. a L 14 33 S20 - - ^ UM-Morris a L 0 54 S27 - - ^ Southwest St. +h W 29 7 O4 - - ^ Michigan Tech a L 8 55 O11 - - ^ St. Cloud St. h L 24 43 O18 - - ^ Winona St. a L 15 48 O25 - - UW-Stout a W 7 0 N1 - - ^ Moorhead St. h L 0 28 N8 - - Valley City St. a L 21 43 + homecoming ^ NIC contest

1976 (6-4 / 3-4 NIC / t-5th)

Head Coach: Don Turner Captains: Ed Acosta, Brian Baustian, Byas, Rich Hansing S11 - - Valley City St. h W S18 - - Morningside a W S25 - - ^ Southwest St. a W O2 - - ^ Michigan Tech h L O9 - - ^ St. Cloud St. a L O16 - - ^ Winona St. +h W O23 - - ^ UM-Duluth a L O30 - - ^ Moorhead St. a W N6 - - ^ UM-Morris h L N13 - - UW-Superior h W + homecoming ^ NIC contest

1977 (6-4 / 5-2 NIC / t-2nd)

Don 34 7 36 7 10 38 13 24 7 43

3 3 0 48 20 7 42 22 55 0

Head Coach: Don Turner Captains: Scott LaCoursiere, Frank Turk, Mark Wambach S10 - - Valley City St. a L 10 17 S17 - - ^ UM-Duluth h W 21 18 S24 - - ^ Southwest St. h W 20 0 O1 - - ^ Michigan Tech a W 31 20 O8 - - ^ St. Cloud St. +h W 28 7 O15 - - ^ Winona St. a W 38 3 O22 - - Weber St. a L 28 31 O29 - - ^ Moorhead St. h L 14 21 N5 - - ^ UM-Morris a L 9 17 N12 - - UW-Superior a W 49 13 + homecoming (50th) ^ NIC contest

L L L W L L L L T L

28 0 0 17 2 24 6 10 0 13

43 40 28 14 35 26 28 34 0 20

1980 (1-9 / 1-7 NIC / 9th)

Head Coach: Sparky Adams S6 - - ^ Mankato St. a L 7 24 S13 - - Valley City St. h *W 21 6 S20 - - ^ Winona St. h L 7 10 S27 - - ^ Moorhead St. a L 3 39 O4 - - ^ Northern St. +h W 17 14 O11 - - ^ UM-Morris a L 0 42 O18 - - ^ UM-Duluth h L 7 55 O25 - - Michigan Tech a L 0 39 N1 - - ^ Southwest St. a L 3 45 N8 - - ^ St. Cloud St. h L 0 7 * Later forfeited game + homecoming ^ NIC contest

1981 (0-10 / 0-6 NIC / 7th)

Head Coach: Sparky Adams S5 - - Mankato St. h S12 - - Valley City St. a S19 - - ^ Winona St. a S26 - - ^ Moorhead St. h O3 - - ^ Northern St. a O10 - - ^ UM-Morris +h O17 - - ^ UM-Duluth a O24 - - Northwestern (Iowa) a O31 - - ^ Southwest St. h N7 - - St. Cloud St. a + homecoming ^ NIC contest

Head Coach: John Peterson Captains: Bruce Eklund, Bill Bryand S3 - - Sioux Falls h W 31 S10 - - UW-Superior a L 0 S17 - - ^ Southwest St. h L 10 S24 - - ^ Moorhead St. a W 33 O1 - - ^ Winona St. h L 11 O8 - - ^ UM-Morris a L 13 O15 - - ^ Northern St. +h T 7 O22 - 1 Northwestern (Iowa) h L 28 O29 - - ^ UM-Duluth a L 15 N5 - - Mayville St. a W 27 N20 - - Augsburg 1 W 23 + homecoming ^ NIC contest 1 Metrodome Classic; Minneapolis, Minn.

0 3 17 28 29 24 7 42 24 6 7

1984 (8-3 / 4-2 NIC / t-3rd)

1979 (1-8-1 / 1-7 NIC / 8th)

Head Coach: Sparky Adams S8 - - Valley City St. a S15 - - ^ UM-Duluth a S22 - - ^ Mankato St. +h S29 - - ^ Winona St. a O6 - - ^ Moorhead St. h O13 - - ^ Michigan Tech a O20 - - ^ UM-Morris h O27 - - ^ St. Cloud St. a N3 - - Mayville St. h N10 - - ^ Southwest St. h + homecoming ^ NIC contest

L 12 35 L 0 28 L 17 20

L 0 10 L 6 24 L 13 17 L 7 35 L 8 13 L 15 45 L 3 21 L 7 21 L 0 17 L 10 28

John Peterson 1982 - 1988 7 years / 30-40-3 (.432) NIC: 13-26-3 (.345)

1982 (2-8 / 2-4 NIC / t-4th)

Head Coach: John Peterson Captains: Pat Biegert, Jerry Polzine S4 - - Sioux Falls a L S11 - - UW-Superior h L S18 - - ^ Southwest St. a L S25 - - ^ Moorhead St. h L O2 - - ^ Winona St. a L O9 - - ^ UM-Morris +h W O16 - - ^ Northern St. a W

12 7 16 23 28 14 21

14 24 28 38 40 10 20

Head Coach: John Peterson Captains: Rich Schwartz, Brent Jeffers S8 - - Bethel College a W 30 S15 - - Mt. Senario (Wis.) h W 44 S22 - - ^ Southwest St. a W 17 S29 - - ^ Moorhead St. +h L 28 O6 - - ^ Winona St. a W 24 O13 - - ^ UM-Morris h W 16 O20 - - ^ Northern St. a W 26 O27 - - Loras College a W 20 N3 - - ^ UM-Duluth h L 0 N10 - - UW-Superior h W 44 N18 - - Macalester 1 L 29 + homecoming ^ NIC contest 1 Metrodome Classic; Minneapolis, Minn.

11 0 9 35 14 10 0 6 19 14 32

1985 (7-3 / 3-3 NIC / t-3rd)

Head Coach: John Peterson Captains: Rich Schwartz, Todd Jeffers, Gary Sperling S7 - - Bethel College h W 23 12 S14 - - Mt. Senario (Wis.) a W 45 0 S21 - - ^ Southwest St. h W 32 0 S28 - - ^ Moorhead St. a L 7 14 O5 - - ^ Winona St. +h W 28 0 O12 - - ^ UM-Morris a L 10 15 O19 - - ^ Northern St. h W 37 14 O26 - - Loras College h W 19 12 N2 - - ^ UM-Duluth a L 7 10 N9 - - UW-Superior a W 40 13 + homecoming ^ NIC contest

1986 (6-4-1 / 3-2-1 NIC / 3rd)

Head Coach: John Peterson Captains: Matt Wellumson, Steve Nejman, Jeff Dunlop S6 - - Mayville St. h W 33 3 S13 - - Mt. Senario (Wis.) h W 51 0 S20 - - St. Joesph’s (Ind.) a L 10 37 S27 - - ^ Winona St. a W 21 16 O4 - - ^ UM-Morris +h L 24 45 O11 - - ^ Northern St. a L 0 16 O18 - - Northwestern (Iowa) a W 28 3 O25 - - ^ UM-Duluth h T 3 3 N1 - - ^ Southwest St. a W 29 6 N8 - - ^ Moorhead St. h W 27 26 N15 - - Winona St. 1 L 25 27 + homecoming ^ NIC contest 1 Metrodome Classic; Minneapolis, Minn.

1987 (2-7-1 / 0-5-1 NIC / 6th)

Head Coach: John Peterson Captains: Scott Thompson, Bruce Kranig S1 - - Mayville St. a W 30 14 S26 - - ^ Winona St. h L 7 16 O3 - - ^ UM-Morris a L 19 20 O10 - - ^ Northern St. +h L 12 59 O17 - - N’western (Minn.) h W 41 25 O24 - - ^ UM-Duluth a L 0 40 O31 - - ^ Southwest St. h T 46 46 N7 - - ^ Moorhead St. a L 14 36 N14 - - Huron College a L 32 39 N21 - - UW-Stout 1 L 6 45 + homecoming ^ NIC contest 1 Metrodome Classic; Minneapolis, Minn.

2010

1988 (1-9 / 0-6 NIC / 7th)

Head Coach: John Peterson Captains: Gene Fisher, Dennis Weiman, Rick Jensen S10 - - Augustana h L 6 41 S17 - - N’western (Minn.) a W 30 7 S24 - - ^ UM-Morris +h L 20 27 O1 - - ^ Northern St. a L 21 36 O8 - - Michigan Tech a L 14 28 O15 - - ^ UM-Duluth h L 3 43 O22 - - ^ Southwest St. a L 10 16 O29 - - ^ Moorhead St. h L 14 47 N5 - - ^ Winona St. a L 19 26 N12 - - Northern St. 1 L 14 37 + homecoming ^ NIC contest 1 Metrodome Classic; Minneapolis, Minn.

Kris Diaz 1989 - 1995 6 years / 13-55 (.191) NSIC: 9-32 (.220)

1989 (4-5 / 2-4 NIC / 6th)

Head Coach: Kris Diaz Captains: Emie Heifort, John Gronski, Tony Vesland S9 - - Augustana a L 6 50 S16 - - N’western (Minn.) h W 40 12 S23 - - ^ UM-Morris a L 6 10 S30 - - ^ Northern St. h L 17 30 O7 - - Michigan Tech +h W 26 14 O14 - - ^ UM-Duluth a L 6 26 O21 - - ^ Southwest St. h W 30 24 O28 - - ^ Moorhead St. a L 12 46 N4 - - ^ Winona St. h W 21 14 + homecoming ^ NIC contest

1990 (1-10 / 0-6 NIC / 7th)

Head Coach: Kris Diaz Captains: Larry Filippi S8 - - Huron Univ. h W 21 S15 - - Mayville St. h L 3 S22 - - Wayne St. (Neb.) a L 0 S29 - - ^ Northern St. a L 6 O6 - - Michigan Tech a L 7 O13 - - ^ UM-Duluth +h L 17 O20 - - ^ Southwest St. a L 0 O27 - - ^ Moorhead St. h L 19 N3 - - ^ Winona St. a L 21 N10 - - ^ UM-Morris h L 35 N18 - - St. Ambrose 1 L 21 + homecoming ^ NIC contest 1 Metrodome Classic; Minneapolis, Minn.

7 13 22 42 42 28 49 37 34 40 28

1991 (2-7 / 1-4 NIC / 5th)

Head Coach: Kris Diaz Captains: Mike Bakke, Mike Skinner S7 - - St. John’s (Minn.) h L 0 29 S14 - - Mayville St. a W 14 10 S21 - - Wayne St. (Neb.) a ccd-a S28 - - ^ Northern St. h L 10 12 O5 - - Michigan Tech +h L 0 35 O12 - - ^ UM-Duluth a L 19 48 O19 - 2 ^ Southwest St. h L 28 60 O26 - - ^ Moorhead St. a L 7 42 N2 - - ^ Winona St. h ccd-b N9 - - ^ UM-Morris a W 28 25 N17 - - Southwest St 1 L 46 47 + homecoming ^ NIC contest 1 Metrodome Classic; Minneapolis, Minn. a- “scheduling conflicts” b- weather

1992 (2-8 / 2-4 NSIC / t-5th)

Head Coach: Kris Diaz Captains: Dana Graveson, Les Bragg, Marty Follis, Chad Postal S12 - - St. John’s a L 8 35 S19 - - Wayne St. (Neb.) h L 7 44 S26 - - Michigan Tech a L 7 47 O3 - - ^ UM-Duluth +h L 13 22

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O10 - - ^ Southwest St. a L 39 O17 - - ^ Moorhead St. h W 28 O24 - - ^ Winona St. a L 12 O31 - - ^ UM-Morris h W 34 N7 - - ^ Northern St. a L 10 N14 - - Neb. - Kearney 1 L 21 + homecoming ^ NSIC contest 1 Metrodome Classic; Minneapolis, Minn.

53 27 14 7 17 31

1993 (0-10 / 0-6 NSIC / 7th)

Head Coach: Kris Diaz Captains: Matt Juhl, Brian Murray S11 - - South Dakota a L 3 S18 - - Wayne St. (Neb.) a L 7 S25 - - Michigan Tech h L 23 O2 - - ^ UM-Duluth a L 0 O9 - - ^ Southwest St. +h L 8 O16 - - ^ Moorhead St. a L 16 O23 - - ^ Winona St. h L 3 O30 - - ^ UM-Morris a L 7 N6 - - ^ Northern St. h L 20 N13 - - Neb. - Kearney 1 L 3 + homecoming ^ NSIC contest 1 Metrodome Classic; Minneapolis, Minn.

42 59 52 20 35 36 51 21 35 28

1994 (1-8 / 1-5 NSIC / 6th)

Head Coach: Kris Diaz Captains: Bert Brandt, Roger Capannelli S10 - - North Dakota a L 6 S17 - - UW-Stout h L 21 S24 - - ^ UM-Duluth h L 13 O1 - - ^ Southwest St. a L 20 O8 - - ^ Moorhead St. +h L 6 O15 - - ^ Winona St. a L 14 O22 - - ^ UM-Morris h W 33 O29 - - ^ Northern St. a L 12 N5 - - Wayne St. (Neb.) h L 22 + homecoming ^ NSIC contest

42 22 48 28 33 63 12 21 53

1995 (3-7 / 3-3 NSIC / t-3rd)

Head Coach: Kris Diaz Captains: Jay Nelson, Matt Gay S9 - - North Dakota h L 0 S16 - - UW-Stout a L 17 S23 - - ^ UM-Duluth h L 9 S30 - - ^ Southwest St. a L 6 O7 - - ^ Moorhead St. a L 20 O14 - - ^ Winona St. +h W 25 O21 - - ^ UM-Morris a W 16 O28 - - ^ Northern St. h W 25 N4 - - Wayne St. (Neb.) a L 14 N12 - - Winona St 1 L 15 + homecoming ^ NSIC contest 1 Metrodome Classic; Minneapolis, Minn.

63 49 40 8 32 14 12 24 55 29

1996 (2-8 / 1-5 NSIC / 6th

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Head Coach: Jeff Tesch Captains: Ty Houglum, Eric Zajkowski, Eric Morris, Randy Qual S6 - - St. John’s (Minn.) h W 25 21 S13 - - UW-Stout a L 6 43 S20 - - UW-Stevens Pt a L 0 47 S27 - - ^ Southwest St. +h L 0 16 O4 - - ^ Moorhead St. a L 17 36 O11 - - ^ Winona St. h L 14 58 O18 - - ^ UM-Morris a L 28 45 O25 - - ^ Northern St. h W 25 22 N8 - - ^ UM-Duluth a L 0 41 N16 - - UM-Morris 1 L 34 41 + homecoming ^ NSIC contest 1 Metrodome Classic; Minneapolis, Minn.

1998 (6-4 / 4-2 NSIC / 3rd)

Head Coach: Jeff Tesch Captains: Ben McAninch, Chris Meyer, Cullen Garrity S5 - - UM-Crookston a L 30 S12 - - St. Thomas (Minn.) h W 25 S19 - - Mayville St. a W 32 S26 - - ^ Moorhead St. +h W 22 O3 - - ^ Winona St. a L 19 O10 - - ^ UM-Morris .h W 48 O17 - - ^ Northern St. a L 6 O31 - - ^ UM-Duluth h W 48 N7 - - ^ Southwest St. a W 28 N14 - - UW-River Falls 1 L 14 + homecoming ^ NSIC contest 1 Metrodome Classic; Minneapolis, Minn.

34 21 7 10 38 13 34 18 18 45

1999 (8-3 / 6-2 NSIC / t-2nd)

Head Coach: Jeff Tesch Captains: Chris Meyer, Ben Morie, Ben Hudson, Rob Sutera S4 - - Minot St. h W 28 S11 - - St. Thomas (Minn.) a W 24 S18 - - ^ Wayne St. +h W 52 S25 - - ^ Northern St. a L 17 O2 - - ^ Concordia-St. Paul h W 54 O9 - - ^ Southwest St. a W 13 O16 - - ^ Moorhead St. h L 25 O23 - - ^ UM-Duluth h W 35 O30 - - ^ UM-Morris a W 53 N6 - - ^ UM-Crookston a W 38 N14 - - UW-Stevens Point 1 L 23 + homecoming ^ NSIC contest 1 Metrodome Classic; Minneapolis, Minn.

7 14 38 45 7 10 32 26 20 31 35

2000 (9-2 / 6-2 NSIC / 2nd)

Jeff Tesch 1996 - present 14th year / 83-56 (.597) NSIC: 61-40 (.604)

Head Coach: Jeff Tesch Captains: Randy Qual, Eric Morris, Eric Skaare, Tim Andree S7 - - St. John’s (Minn.) a L 2 S14 - - UW-Stout h L 13 S21 - - UW-Stevens Point h L 7 S28 - - ^ Southwest St a L 7 O5 - - ^ Moorhead St. +h L 27 O12 - - ^ Winona St a L 28 O19 - - ^ UM-Morris h W 19 O26 - - ^ Northern St. a L 14 N9 - - ^ UM-Duluth h L 0 N17 - - Southwest St 1 W 28 + homecoming ^ NSIC contest 1 Metrodome Classic; Minneapolis, Minn.

1997 (2-8 / 1-5 NSIC / t-6th)

Head Coach: Jeff Tesch Captains: Jerry Dagel, Geoff Martinson, Ben Hudson, Pat Engleright S2 - - Minot State a W 25 0 S9 - - St. Thomas h W 32 9 S16 - - ^ Wayne St. (Neb.) a W 24 21 S23 - - ^ Northern St. h W 39 38 S30 - - ^ Concordia-St. Paul a L 8 19 O7 - - ^ Southwest St.# +h W 65 63 O14 - - ^ MSU-Moorhead a W 28 14 O21 - - ^ UM-Duluth a L 19 38 O28 - - ^ UM-Morris h W 70 0 N4 - - ^ UM-Crookston h W 34 28 N10 - - UW-River Falls 1 W 23 20 + homecoming ^ NSIC contest 1 Metrodome Classic; Minneapolis, Minn. # four-overtime game

2001 (7-4 / 5-4 NSIC / 4th) 20 28 52 32 29 35 15 52 49 14

Head Coach: Jeff Tesch Captains: Jerry Dagel, Geoff Martinson, Wallie Kuchinski, Pat Engleright S1 - - Minot State a W 39 S8 - - St. Thomas (Minn.) a W 26 S15 - - ^ Winona State h L 35 S22 - - ^ Wayne State (Neb.) a L 7 S29 - - ^ Northern State# a W 47 O6 - - ^ Concordia-St. Paul +h L 27 O13 - - ^ Southwest State a W 52 O20 - - ^ MSU-Moorhead h W 28 O27 - - ^ UM-Duluth h L 38 N3 - - ^ UM-Morris a W 69 N10 - - ^ UM-Crookston 1 W 47 + homecoming

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20 16 41 13 46 42 14 14 42 6 7

^ NSIC contest 1 Metrodome Classic; Minneapolis, Minn. # two-overtime game

2002 (6-5 / 6-3 NSIC / 4th)

Head Coach: Jeff Tesch Captains: Jared Polzine, Eddie Acosta, Ryan Welle, Jon Aamot A29 - - MSU-Mankato a L 23 45 S7 - - Minot State h L 28 35 S21 - - ^ Winona State a L 23 25 S28 - - ^ Wayne St. (Neb.) h W 38 2 O5 - - ^ Northern State +h W 28 21 O12 - - ^ Concordia-St. Paul a L 14 38 O19 - - ^ Southwest State h W 37 0 O26 - - ^ MSU-Moorhead# a W 35 28 N2 - 15 ^ Minn.-Duluth a L 25 52 N9 - - ^ Minn.-Morris h W 38 13 N16 - - ^ Minn.-Crookston a W 21 7 + homecoming ^ NSIC contest # two-overtime game

2003 (7-4 / 5-3 NSIC / 4th)

Head Coach: Jeff Tesch Captains: Jon Aamot, Marty Humeniuk, Eddie Acosta, Bryan Stoffel A28 - - MSU-Mankato h W 12 S6 - - Minot State a W 48 S13 - 12 Chadron State h L 22 S20 - - ^ Concordia-St. Paul a L 14 O4 - - ^ MSU-Moorhead +h W 23 O11 - 18 ^ Winona State a L 21 O18 - - ^ SW Minnesota St. h W 41 O25 - - ^ Northern State a W 48 N1 - - ^ Minn.-Duluth h L 21 N7 - - ^ Wayne St. (Neb.) 1 W 45 N15 - - ^ Minn.-Crookston h W 47 + homecoming ^ NSIC contest 1 Metrodome Classic; Minneapolis, Minn.

10 0 43 28 15 40 3 42 34 21 35

2004 (8-3 / 5-2 NSIC / t-2nd)

Head Coach: Jeff Tesch Captains: Adam Noble, Gabe Rodriguez, Mitch Feierabend, Bryce Vollbrecht A26 - - Minnesota State a W 42 S4 - - Minot State h W 49 S11 - - Chadron (Neb.) St. a L 43 S18 - - Wis.-River Falls h W 58 S25 - - ^ Concordia-St. Paul +h W 47 O2 - - ^ SW Minnesota St. a W 30 O9 - 16 ^ Winona State h L 28 O16 - - ^ Minn.-Crookston h W 28 O23 - - ^ Northern State a L 31 O30 - - ^ MSU-Moorhead a W 42 N6 - - ^ Wayne St. (Neb.) 1 W 24 + homecoming ^ NSIC contest 1 Metrodome Classic; Minneapolis, Minn.

35 14 50 14 27 7 41 20 34 0 0

2005 (7-3 / 4-3 NSIC / t-4th)

Head Coach: Jeff Tesch Captains: Chris Canter, James Midboe, Nate Sannes, Rob Selb S3 - - Minot State a W 42 17 S10 - - Minnesota State h W 28 23 S17 - - Wis.-River Falls a W 35 19 S24 - - ^ Concordia-St. Paul a L# 48 55 O1 - - ^ SW Minnesota St. +h W 47 9 O8 - - ^ Winona State a L 13 47 O15 - - ^ Minn.-Crookston a W 40 14 O22 - - ^ Northern State h W 45 33 O29 - - ^ MSU-Moorhead h W 27 13 N5 - - ^ Wayne St. (Neb.) 1 L 28 38 # overtime + homecoming ^ NSIC contest 1 Metrodome Classic; Minneapolis, Minn.

2006 (9-3 / 8-0 NSIC / 1st)

Head Coach: Jeff Tesch Captains: Jeremiah Johnson, Ben Tyler Olson, Brian Vollbrecht A31 - - Minnesota Duluth h S9 - - Minot State a S16 - - ^ MSU-Moorhead a S23 - - ^ Minn.-Crookston h S30 - - ^ Northern State a

Barratto, L W W W W

7 23 30 9 21 9 56 7 25 22

O7 - - + Mary (N.D.) h L 21 27 O15 - - ^ Wayne St. (Neb.) a W 40 37 O21 - 18 ^ Winona State h W 28 7 O28 - - ^ SW Minnesota St. h W 23 15 N4 - - ^ Concordia-St. Paul a W 27 7 N10 - - ^ Upper Iowa 1 W 44 20 D2 - - Pittsburg State 2 L 27 35 + homecoming ^ NSIC contest 1 Metrodome Classic; Minneapolis, Minn. 2 MIneral Water Bowl; Excelsior Springs, Mo.

2007 (7-4 / 6-3 NSIC / 4th)

Head Coach: Jeff Tesch Captains: Chase Pearson, Zach Christ, Zach Stafford, Anthony Schreiber, Jeremiah Johnson S1 20 - Minnesota Duluth a L 14 31 S8 rv - Minot State (N.D.) h W 31 7 S15 rv - ^ MSU Moorhead h W 27 3 S22 rv - ^ Minn.-Crookston a W 47 9 S29 rv - ^+ Northern State h W 35 7 O6 rv - ^ Mary (N.D.) a L 7 10 O13 - rv ^ Wayne State (Neb.) h L 21 24 O20 - - ^ Winona State a L 24 35 O27 - - ^ SW Minnesota St. a W 28 14 N3 - - ^ Concordia-St. Paul h W 47 21 N9 - - ^ Upper Iowa 1 W 56 28 + homecoming ^ NSIC contest 1 Metrodome Classic; Minneapolis, Minn.

2008 (5-6 / 4-6 NSIC / T8th / 3rd North) Head Coach: Jeff Tesch Captains: Jake Anderson, Jeremy Jason Kunz, Nathan Mahlik A28 - - Minot State a S6 - - ^Minnesota State h S13 - rv ^Winona State a S20 - - ^MSU-Moorhead* a S27 - - ^Northern State*+ h O4 - - ^St. Cloud State* a O11 - - ^Wayne State a O18 - - ^Minn., Crookston* h O25 - 6 ^Minn. Duluth* a N1 - - ^U-Mary* h N8 - - ^Concordia-St. Paul h + homecoming ^ NSIC contest * NSIC North Divisional contest

Gettel, W L L L W L L W L W W

27 14 7 7 31 14 11 41 21 31 24

24 28 31 27 20 48 30 27 48 10 12

2009 (8-3 / 7-3 NSIC / 3rd / 2nd North) Head Coach: Jeff Tesch Captains: Jake Anderson, Derek Edholm, Andrew Schultz A27 - - Minot State h W 47 20 S5 - 10 ^Minnesota State# a L 34 37 S12 - 20 ^Winona State h W 24 19 S19 - - ^MSU-Moorhead* h W 38 13 S26 - - ^Northern State* a W 42 20 O3 rv - ^St. Cloud State*+ h L 27 38 O10 rv 14 ^Wayne State (Neb.) h W 21 10 O17 rv - ^Minn., Crookston* a W 45 6 O24 - 7 ^Minn. Duluth* h L 34 35 O31 - - ^U-Mary* a W 21 7 N7 - - ^Concordia-St. Paul a W 35 20 + homecoming ^ NSIC contest * NSIC North Divisional contest # overtime contest


Bemidji State Football As the Bemidji State Teachers College continued to increase its enrollment from just 130 students when it opened its doors on June 23, 1919 to 160 in 1923, the need for more space and facilities became apparent. Mr. A.P White, a member of the Bemidji community and the Normal School Board, stated “now is the time for us to get our campus developed.” At that time the east side of campus along the lakeshore was still wilderness. Mr. White’s suggestion was carried out and the grounds for tennis courts and a football field were leveled and surfaced in 1923. The football field was located just east of the current student union along the shore of Lake Bemidji, just a few feet south from the current location of the stadium. The field ran north-south with sidelines running along the lakeshore. In 1926, R.E. Mendenhall, BSU’s first staff member to hold a PhD who taught history and physical education, organized the college’s first football team. The team played four games that fall against local high schools. The first game played on the Bemidji State field (often referred to as Diamond Point Field) was held Oct. 27, 1926 against Cass Lake High School. Bemidji was victorious, winning the battle 13-0. The team ended the first season in Bemidji State history with a record of 1-2-1. In August of 1935, with sponsorship by local organizations, citizens of Bemidji and the faculty, a $2,400 lighting system was installed in time for the upcoming season. Forty lights, mounted on eight 60-foot poles, illuminated the field brilliantly for the 1935 home opener Sept. 13 against Itasca Junior College. This would be the first night game to be played in Bemidji State history. The dedication for the new lighting system took place during halftime with a crowd of 1,500 in attendance. Bemidji State president M.W. Deputy, Mr. F.J McPartlin and Mr. H.Z. Mitchell spoke at the dedication ceremony and the game was preceded by a torchlight parade through the business section of the city. A practice field was built in 1938. The field was built extending from the already-existing field west to Birchmont Road. A concrete building was also constructed at the southwest corner of the playing field to house football equipment. In 1939, BSU received a $172,000 federal grant provided for sports fields, and all but a small portion was used

to upgrade BSU’s athletics facilities. The projects included two new football fields and relocation of the existing fields, as well as a track, softball and baseball diamonds, soccer field, tennis courts and a general playing court. Concrete bleachers for the football field were included in the improvement plans. One of the new fields would be used as a practice field for football, while the game field was built inside the round cinder track. The location of the new field constructed as part of that project is the exact location of today’s field. Throughout spring and summer of 1940, work continued on the new sports fields as well as the concrete bleachers. The 1940 football season opened on the newly constructed field as BSU played host to Concordia College on Sept. 27. But the $25,000 bleachers would not be complete until the 1941 season. In 1941 the bleachers, one on each side of the field, were completed. The newly constructed bleachers housed two rest rooms, two shower rooms, a refreshment stand, two first-aid rooms, two ticket booths and offices for the coaches. The inside passageway of the bleachers was home to a 160 foot long and 11 foot wide cinder track used by the track team for training during inclement weather. The bleachers were made of reinforced concrete and were 180 feet long and 40 feet wide. The seats consisted of 15 rows of redwood benches set atop steel straps and would seat an estimated 1,500 people. An enclosed sports booth, six feet wide and 14 feet long, occupied the position above and in the center of the north side bleachers. A glass front was installed to protect sports writers from inclement weather. With both bleachers completed the estimated capacity of the stadium was 3,500. The present-day stadium and field has undergone modifications throughout the years, but the main structures are the same today as 60 years ago. A new press box was added to the south side bleachers as well as additional seating, bringing the estimated capacity to 5,000. In 1989, a new scoreboard and new playing surface were installed. The facility was named the Chet Anderson Stadium on Oct. 5, 1996, in honor of former head coach Chester A. Anderson (1955-1965).

Home Cookin’ As Bemidji State has developed into a year-in, year-out title contender in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference, the Beavers have also established one of the true homefield advantages in the region. Since 1996, when Jeff Tesch took the reigns of the BSU program, the Beavers have posted a 48-20 record at Chet Anderson Stadium (.706) which includes a seven-game home winning streak that stretched from Sept. 27, 2008 to Sept. 19, 2009. BSU has won eight of its last 10 games played at Chet Anderson Stadium dating back to an Sept. 27, 2008 win over Northern State, with the only two losses in that span coming to defending NCAA Division II Champion Minnesota Duluth and long-time regional powerhouse St. Cloud State University. Perhaps the most exciting game in BSU history came on the turf at Chet Anderson Stadium on Oct, 7, 2000, in a Homecoming contest against Southwest State. In that game, BSU prevailed 65-63 in a fourovertime marathon, with the Beavers pulling out the win on a successful two-point conversion at the end of the fourth extra period. More recently, the Bemidji State faithful were treated to a dramatic fourth quarter comeback by the 2009 Beavers versus nationallyranked University of Minnesota Duluth. Down 28-14 after three quarters, BSU, under the direction of All-NSIC quarterback Derek Edholm, managed three scoring drives of over 60 yards during the final stanza, including a 32-yard touchdown strike to Jody Henningson as time expired, to come within a point of the No. 7 Bulldogs, 35-34. Despite a valiant effort, a failed extra point attempt allowed visiting UMD to escape with the one-point victory.

BSU at Home in the Tesch Era

non-conf 1996 0-2 1997 1-0 1998 1-0 1999 1-0 2000 1-0 2001 0-0 2002 0-1 2003 1-1 2004 2-0 2005 1-0 2006 0-2 2007 1-0 2008 0-0 2009 1-0 TOTAL 10-6

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NSIC total 1-2 1-4 1-2 2-2 3-0 4-0 3-1 4-1 4-0 5-0 1-3 1-3 4-0 4-1 3-1 4-2 2-1 4-1 3-0 4-0 3-0 3-2 3-1 4-1 4-1 4-1 3-2 4-2 38-14 48-20

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The War Years Bemidji State holds a proud distinction of being the only Minnesota Teachers College to continue its football program through World War II, when other teams across the state temporarily suspended their teams due to a lack of available men on campus to fill out their rosters. “Jolly” Erickson, BSU’s head coach at the time, simply felt it foolish not to continue. BSU finished 4-0 with its depleted 1944 squad, one of just 15 undefeated teams in the nation that year. It remains the only unbeaten, untied team in BSU history. Following is a story from the Sep. 27, 1944 edition of The Northern Student which recounts BSU’s decision to carry on.

BSTC Carries On in Football Only State Peds With Uninterrupted Program

Bemidji State Teachers College is still having football! So far this northern Minnesota college, although severely handicapped by lack of men, has carried on every year in a wartime football program. It is the only one of the State Teachers Colleges in Minnesota to do so. Coach “Jolly” Erickson says, “I think it is foolish to quit just because there aren’t 30 or 40 men around the campus. Ten boys out for the sport will get just as much out of it as a larger squad.” Coach Erickson went on to say that as long as the school has the equipment to fit out a team, every effort should be made to schedule games. Two home games are being planned this year instead of one. Eau Claire Teachers college of Wisconsin will send their team to Bemidji on October 13. The two teams should be of about the same ability as both have all-civilian teams. However, Eau Claire will have about twice as many men on the campus as Bemidji. “I would like to see the game with Eau Claire on October 13 be our annual homecoming game with all of the festivities included,” said “Jolly,” “and we hope that the fans will come out and help us carry out our plans.” Carl Knutson is the only returning major letter winner. He is a sophomore from Benson, Minnesota. LeRoy Voxland from Fosston won a minor letter last year. “Any able-bodied or slightly disabled man is welcome to join the squad.” So said Mr. Erickson. Other members of the team were recently announced by Jolly. They are Ralph Magnuson, Shevlin, Minn.; Louis Marchand and Robert Liapis, Bemidji, Minn.; Clarence Sohlin and Gerald Haring, St. Paul, Minn.; LaVerne Harvey, Hibbing, Minn.; and Donald Letendre, Cass Lake, Minn. Ralph Magnuson and LaVerne Harvey have both had experience as gridders before. Magnuson bucked the line for BSTC in 1938 and Harvey fought with Hibbing High School. Four or five men are expected to report in the near future. Magnuson is the only man on this season’s team with a wife and family, so here’s hoping the Eau Claire boys won’t be too rough with him.

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The School Colors

In Feb., 1920, an assembly hour was set aside for the selection of school colors. After the balloting on colors had resulted in a deadlock, Cyrillus Freeman, a student from Minneapolis, rose and commanded attention. “As we sat here discussing this question,” she said, “I happened to glance out the window. The sight that met my eyes was fresh, green pines silhouetted against pure white snow. What could be more appropriate than green and white?” This idea was accepted unanimously.

The Naming of the Beavers

As President Deputy reviewed football practice one evening in May, 1932, he called the team into a huddle and raising his hands above their heads declared, “I christen this team the Beavers.” The name “Beavers” is symbolic of the silent, hard-working teams representing Bemidji State University.

Fight Song

“Go Bemidji Beavers Go you green and white Go Bemidji Beavers Fight with all your might! Rah! Rah! Rah! We are here to cheer you We are out to bring you fame So go Bemidji Beavers Fight and win this game!”

Homecoming

The first homecoming at Bemidji Teachers College was held Oct. 6, 1927. Until 1931 Homecoming was a biennial affair. In that year the demands of the alumni, eager for this season of reunion, changed it to an annual celebration with all the traditional dinners, teas, parades, dances, bonfires and football games. Recently, BSU has been celebrating victories in its annual Homecoming football game with a postgame celebration in the waters of Lake Bemidji which borders Chet Anderson Stadium on the east.

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The BSU Logo

During the fall semester of 1998, campus-wide discussions were held on the need for new marks to represent the University as well as BSU athletics. The University marks at the time had been in place since 1974, with minor revisions in 1987, while no official athletic mascot, logo or image had been adopted for University use. A committee was formed and for the next academic year an audit and review were conducted on the school logo and athletics imagery to determine what images were being used to represent the institution. During the spring and summer of 1999, requests for proposals (RFP) were sought from outside firms to assist the university in this historic undertaking. The BSU coaching staffs took great interest in the efforts to produce the new Beaver logo. They desired an image that would represent pride and confidence while being gender-neutral and not appearing cartoonish in nature. The public relations firm of Russell & Herder of Brainerd was awarded the RFP for the logo project during the summer of 2000. For the remainder of 2000 and through early 2001, Russell & Herder helped oversee focus groups and surveys regarding the logo change. In Dec. 2000, preliminary logo designs were presented to the committee, and revisions were made until the time the new marks were formally adopted and officially unveiled March 28, 2001, at a ceremony on campus.


Bemidji State Football The 1948 Bemidji State College football homecoming committee decided that something symbolic was needed to add color to the festivities. Publicity stunts that year included dropping leaflets, which included game admissions among them, from an airplane. Homecoming committee chairman Ron Smith and others decided that an axe, then in possession of Smith, would serve as a suitable trophy to mark the hotly-contested annual Beaver-Dragon gridiron clash. The axe would be awarded to the university president representing the victor of the contest. Smith’s axe originated in the native village of Mount Hagon, New Guinea. The axe is hand made and was polished underwater by its maker. Two types of axe are produced by natives in the Mount Hagon area, one with a blade of black stone for work and one of gray stone for ceremonies. Smith procured the gray trophy axe through a series of shrewd trades with the natives. In 1948 the teams fought to the bitter end for possession of the weapon in the inaugural Battle for the Axe, with Moorhead State winning 13-6. Despite a loss in the first battle, Bemidji State dominated the early history of the trophy series posting a 10-3-1 record in its first 14 games. BSU won five consecutive meetings in the series from 1957-’61 and was unbeaten in seven consecutive meetings from 1955-’61. The tide turned in 1962, with the Dragons taking control of the series for the next few decades. In 21 games played from 1962 to 1982, the Beavers brought home the battle axe just twice - after a 28-12 win in Bemidji in 1969 and a 24-22 win in Moorhead in 1976. The Beavers broke through with two wins in four games from 1983-’86, but would then win just once - a 28-27 win in Bemidji in 1992 - in 11 games from 1987-’97. But the tide has once again turned in BSU’s favor, as the Beavers have captured seven of the last eight battles for the axe - including an active series-long streak of six consecutive wins.

From the Sep. 29, 1948 edition of The Northern Student: “Bemidji Presents Trophy to MSTC Today a Homecoming committee journeyed to Moorhead State Teachers college for a special pepe convocation. At this time invitations were extended to the faculty, student body, band and queen to come to BSTC where they will be given an active part in the Homecoming activities. At the convocation Ron Smith presented the New Guinea “Battle Ax” which is the new trophy between BSTC and MSTC.”

NCAA Division II Trophy Games Following is a list of the current Division II trophy games, including the year the trophy was first exchanged. Trophy Old Hickory Stick Battle Axe Sitting Bull Bishop’s Top Dog Axe Bowl Old Settler’s Musket Battle of the Ravine Traveling Traveling Training Kit Governor’s

Date 1931 1948 1953 1970 1971 1975 1975 1976 1976 1978 1979

Teams NW Mo. St.—Truman St. Bemidji St.—MSU Moorhead North Dakota—South Dakota Lenior-Rhyne—Newberry Indianapolis-Butler Northwood—Saginaw Valley Adams St.—Fort Lewis Henderson St.—Ouachita Baptist Ashland—Hillsdale MSU-Mankato—St. Cloud St. S.Conn. St.—Cent. Conn. St.

Heritage Bell Eagle-Rock Elm City Field Cup John Wesley Miner’s Bowl Wagon Wheel Backyard Bowl East Meets West Hub Cap Paddle

1979 1980 1983 1983 1984 1986 1986 1987 1987 2004 2006

Delta St.—Mississippi Col. Chadron St.—Black Hills St. New Haven—S. Conn. St. Ky. Wesleyan—Evansville Ky. Weslyan—Union (Ky.) Mo. Southern St.—Pittsburg St. Eastern NM—W. Texas A&M Cheyney—West Chester Chadron St.—Peru St. Bemidji St. —Minn., Crookston U-Mary-MSU Moorhead

All-Time Results Year Result Location 1948 L 6 13 Bemidji 1949 W 13 6 Moorhead 1950 W 20 0 n/a 1951 W 12 0 Bemidji 1952 L 6 19 Moorhead 1953 W 13 6 Bemidji 1954 L 7 20 Moorhead 1955 W 20 7 Bemidji 1956 T 13 13 Moorhead 1957 W 27 14 Bemidji 1958 W 48 7 Moorhead 1959 W 34 6 Bemidji 1960 W 20 8 Moorhead 1961 W 34 8 Bemidji 1962 L 7 10 Moorhead 1963 T 20 20 Bemidji 1964 L 14 15 Moorhead 1965 L 7 14 Bemidji 1966 L 0 13 Moorhead 1967 T 20 20 Bemidji 1968 L 10 28 Moorhead 1969 W 28 12 Bemidji 1970 L 6 33 Moorhead 1971 L 8 28 Bemidji 1972 L 15 48 Moorhead 1973 L 7 17 Bemidji 1974 L 0 40 Moorhead 1975 L 0 28 Bemidji 1976 W 24 22 Moorhead 1977 L 14 21 Bemidji 1978 L 0 28 Moorhead 1979 L 2 35 Bemidji 1980 L 3 39 Moorhead 1981 L 7 35 Bemidji 1982 L 23 38 Bemidji 1983 W 33 28 Moorhead 1984 L 28 35 Bemidji 1985 L 7 14 Moorhead 1986 W 27 26 Bemidji 1987 L 14 36 Moorhead 1988 L 14 47 Bemidji 1989 L 12 46 Moorhead 1990 L 19 37 Bemidji 1991 L 14 42 Moorhead 1992 W 28 27 Bemidji 1993 L 16 36 Moorhead 1994 L 6 33 Bemidji 1995 L 20 32 Moorhead 1996 L 27 29 Bemidji 1997 L 17 36 Moorhead 1998 W 22 10 Bemidji 1999 L 25 32 Bemidji 2000 W 28 14 Moorhead 2001 W 28 14 Bemidji 2002 W 35 28 Moorhead 2003 W 23 15 Bemidji 2004 W 42 0 Moorhead 2005 W 27 13 Bemidji 2006 W 21 9 Moorhead 2007 W 27 3 Bemidji 2008 L 7 27 Moorhead 2009 W 38 13 Bemidji Points 1093 1355 PPG 17.6 21.6 overall record: 25-34-3 (.427) in Bemidji*: 15-15-2 (.500) in Moorhead*: 9-19-1 (.328) consecutive wins: 8, 2000-2007 consecutive losses: 6, twice * does not include the 1950 game, the location of which is not known

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The Bemidji area is home to a population of more than 30,000 and includes the Leech Lake, White Earth, and Red Lake Indian Reservations, and Lake Itasca, the headwaters to the Mississippi River. The City of Bemidji provides a focus for educational, business, and medical services. Recreational and cultural activities reflect a multicultural heritage that includes American Indian, European and Canadian influences. Bemidji is a “golden city” along the river’s bank, only miles from where the mighty Mississippi River begins its 2,552 mile journey to New Orleans and the Gulf of Mexico, a city at the center of the legends of Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox. Bemidji’s natural beauty and bounty as a meeting or group tour destination is also enhanced with historic character. From world renown statues and architecture listed on the National Register of Historic Places, to ancient earth mounds and burial grounds, the past takes an interesting turn in Bemidji. Bemidji’s waterfront is home to the world-famous statues of Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Nearby is Bemidji’s Tourist Information Center. In addition to Paul Bunyan memorabilia, The Bunyan House features the Fireplace of States built with stones from every state in the U.S. and Canadian provinces. To the north, you’ll encounter Library Park and the statue of Bemidji’s founding Chief Bemidji, as well as the Community Arts Center in the Carnegie Building, also on the National Register. At the south end of Lake Bemidji is Nymore Beach, site of the Crookston Lumber Co. The burning of the mill in 1924 marked the end of the county’s logging era. On the way into Bemidji, you may cross over the historic Mississippi River Bridge, built in 1916. This structure is list-

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ed on the National Register as one of the earliest examples of a steel-reinforced concrete bridge. At the southern end of Minnesota Avenue lies the Great Northern Depot, completed in 1913. On the Historic Register, the Depot is the last early 20th century railroad building left in its original condition. The Commercial Building on Third Street, built in 1910, is cited in the Architecture of Minnesota Guide as a successful prairie-style solution for a single-story building. Other examples of historic architecture include the Beltrami County Courthouse built in 1902. Across the street you’ll find the 1917 Colonial Revival-style former Post Office. Perhaps Bemidji’s best-known historic district is the eightblock section of Lake Boulevard. Once known as Bemidji’s “Gold Coast,” among the many venerable homes to be viewed is the Dr. Johnson House built in 1910 with a showcase garden. The Bacon House was also built in 1910, later used for a Catholic convent. An unusual log structure, the Fisk House was reconstructed log-by-log at the present site. Judge Fisk enjoyed entertaining many distinguished guests, including writer F. Scott Fitzgerald. Further along you’ll find Warfield House, the 1912 home of the man who built Bemidji’s electric light plant. Two lady teachers resided at the 1930s Parker & Mangelsdorf House, also known for its large, informal gardens. Birchmont Drive displays two art deco classics built in 1937, one with a semicircular glass projection, is located at Bemidji State University, the only lakeshore campus in the state with architecture dating back to 1919. Located about midway between Minneapolis/St. Paul to the south and Winnipeg, Canada to the north, Bemidji has easy access by air, motor carrier, and automobile to metropolitan areas and international airports.


Bemidji State Football Goals

Bemidji State’s vision - Shaping Potential, Shaping Worlds - reflects the opportunities that approximately 5,000 students have each year at BSU to expand their talents and skill and to use their abilities in making an impact within their personal, professional, community and global spheres. It also exemplifies Bemidji State’s role in shaping students’ interests and talents while preparing them for the future.

History

Bemidji State began as a state Normal school in 1919, became a leading teachers’ college in the region, and achieved University status in 1975. Currently, BSU recognizes over 40,000 alumni.

Academic Program

The only baccalaureate institution in northern Minnesota, Bemidji State offers 65 undergraduate major fields of study and 13 graduate programs housed in one of three major colleges: College of Arts & Sciences, College of Health Sciences and Human Ecology and the College of Business, Technology, and Communications. Quality education is a priority at BSU, as many programs have earned national acclaim. The accounting program ranks among the nation’s Top 10 in preparing students for the CPA examination, and scientific research has gained national exposure in a variety of fields.

Students / Faculty

While more than 86 percent of Bemidji State students come from Minnesota, the University attracts a broad and diverse student body from 35 states and 35 foreign nations.. Through teaching and informed attention to the educational needs of students, the University seeks to instill the spark of openness and commitment for lifelong learning. In fact, many BSU faculty members continue to pursue knowledge as specialists and educators in their fields.

Location

Bemidji State University lies in the heart of the city of Bemidji, midway between Minneapolis/St. Paul and Winnipeg, deep within Minnesota’s lakes and forest region. With stands of pine, oak and birch reflecting the nearby presence of the northern woods, the east side of campus lines the shores of Lake Bemidji. The city of Bemidji, which serves a population of approximately 40,000, provides a regional focus for educational, business and medical services. Entertainment and activities include lively downtown Bemidji, shopping malls, theatre, art, downhill and cross country skiing and various forms of water recreation.

Facilities

The modern campus spans 89 acres on the shores of Lake Bemidji, including the Physical Education Complex which houses the John S. Glas Fieldhouse, host to several NCAA Championships. The BSU Gymnasium hosts the basketball and volleyball events, and a 3,000 square foot weight room, human performance labratory, indoor track, and tennis, racquetball and swimming areas complete the complex. Football fans can catch a spectacular view of Lake Bemidji through the east end zone of Chet Anderson Stadium.

Financial Aid / Scholarships

Eighty-two percent of students at Bemidji State receive some form of financial assistance. Over $16 million was awarded last year to students, including $6 million in grants and scholarships.

Internships

Each year, students complete internships with the likes of the NASA space program in Houston, Texas, Disneyland, Compaq, Rubbermaid and a host of architectural firms.

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Chet Anderson Stadium is home to BSU’s football and outdoor track and field programs. It is one of just three collegiate football stadiums in the nation with a lakeside setting.

BSU Baseball Field plays host to the Beaver baseball program in the spring. The stadium grandstand was completed for the 2002 season and the facility underwent a $170,000 renovation project including the installation of new dugouts and a Fair-Paly electronic LED scoreboard in 2007.

BSU Gymnasium is the home of BSU’s men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball programs. BSU’s men and women each won a home-court first-round NSIC playoff game in 2004.

Bemidji State’s softball program plays its home contests at the BSU Softball Field, adjacent to the baseball field. In the spring of 2008, the school unveiled a new permanent scoreboard at the facility.

Bemidji Regional Event Center is the new home of BSU’s men’s and women’s ice hockey programs. The multi-million dollar facility, open in October 2010, provides the BSU men’s and women’s programs with one of the finest home venues in the nation.

The BSU indoor track and tennis teams make their home in the Gillett Recreation/Fitness Center. One of the finest indoor facilities in the region, the center also serves as the campus recreational center.

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Bemidji State Football Media Services

Who Are Boosters?

You are considered a booster or a representative of Bemidji State University Athletics interests if you: • Participated in or are currently a member of any athletics department booster group, including Beaver Pride • Have made a donation to the athletic program • Have assisted or been asked to assist with recruiting of prospective student athletes • Have assisted in providing benefits to enrolled student athletes or families • Have helped to promote BSU athletics or BSU athletic interests in any way Once a person has become identified as a booster to BSU they retain that identity indefinitely even if they no longer support the athletics program.

Who Are Prospective Student-Athletes?

The NCAA defines a “prospect” as anyone who has started classes for the ninth grade. In addition, a student who has not started classes for the ninth grade becomes a prospect if the institution provides any financial assistance or other benefits not provided to any prospective student.

What Are Permissible Activities by Boosters?

Gameday packages containing programs, game notes and other information will be available in the press box prior to all home contests. Final statistics include an official NCAA box score, game summary, individual and team statistics. Game notes and quotes from coaches and selected players will also be available on request. Telephone, copier and fax services are available on a first-come, first-served basis. There is limited Internet service in the BSU Football Press box. Media requiring post-game Internet access are welcome to use the BSU athletic media relations offices in the adjoining Gillett Recreation Center.

• May attend events such as contests or banquets where prospects are present so long as the booster is there on their own initiative. Boosters are NOT able to contact prospects or prospect’s relatives at such events. • Boosters CAN inform BSU coaches of prospects in their area by contacting the BSU staff and/or sending newspaper clippings about the prospect.

• Boosters can continue to establish family relationships with friends and neighbors. Contacts with prospects are permitted as long as they are NOT for recruiting purposes and are NOT initiated by BSU staff members.

What is a Contact? What is Considered Recruiting?

Contact is any face-to-face encounter between a prospect or their parents/guardians and a BSU staff member or athletics representative (booster) during which dialogue occurs in excess of a greeting. Recruiting is any solicitation of a prospect or the prospect’s relatives by a BSU staff member or athletics representative (booster) for the purpose of securing the prospect’s enrollment and eventual participation in the BSU intercollegiate athletics program.

Official BSU athletics web site: • www.bsubeavers.com

Game-Day Services

The following are activities that BSU boosters can participate in:

• Boosters may arrange employment for prospects. Prospects may not start the job until after completion of their senior year in high school, and compensation must be based on actual work performed at a normal rate.

Bemidji State provides extensive Internet information resources for those covering BSU football and its other athletics programs. The BSU Athletics website contains schedules, rosters, updated statistics and some historical information from previous seasons. Print-quality photos of BSU players and coaches are also available for download. BSU’s weekly game-notes package is completed and made available on-line during the season, and are typically available Wednesday afternoon. BSU’s game notes are in Adobe PDF format and will be distributed via electronic means only (e-mail or web). Due to the size of the release, it will not be regularly distributed via fax.

Sarah Levesque Compliance Coordinator

David Lindell Compliance G.A.

BSU Athletics Compliance Office 1500 Birchmont Drive NE, # 29 Bemidji, MN 56601 Compliance Coordinator Sarah Levesque phone: (218) 755-2142 fax: (218) 755-3898 e-mail: slevesque@bemidjistate.edu Compliance Graduate Assistant David Lindell phone: (218) 755-2771 e-mail: dlindell@bemidjistate.edu

Credentials / Pass List

Season credentials will be issued to all media covering the Beavers on a regular basis. For single-game passes and credentials, contact the BSU athletic media relations office no less than 24 hours before the scheduled starting time of the event. Credential requests must be submitted via fax on official letterhead. Credentials will be issued only to representatives of an accredited media outlet who will be working in an official capacity to cover a BSU athletic event. No credentials will be issued to friends, spouses, children or other family members. Credentials remain the property of Bemidji State University and may be revoked at any time.

Professional Scouts

By NCAA regulation, persons in attendance at a Bemidji State football contest for the purpose of scouting players for professional leagues or franchises must purchase a ticket in order to gain access to the contest. Scouts will be provided with a pass which will give them access to the press box for the purpose of obtaining line charts and statistics. Requests for these passes must be made in advance through Director of Athletic Media Relations Brad Folkestad.

www.bSUBEAvers.com

Launched in January 2010, the official website of Bemidji State Athletics, www.bsubeavers.com, contains all the information you need to assist with your coverage of Bemidji State football or any of the other 16 varsity intercollegiate sports offered at BSU. The website contains typical schedule and roster information, biographical sketches of the Beavers and the coaching staff, comprehensive statistical information and news release archives. Additionally, information from previous seasons is archived and remains available on the website, providing a valuable research tool for media or others covering the Bemidji State football program. Complete season stats are available beginning with the 1999 season. More information is being added to the archive sections of the website on a frequent basis, so if you cannot find what you’re looking for check back or contact the athletic media relations office for assistance. Also available at the site are complete media guides for men’s and women’s ice hockey, men’s and women’s basketball, football and volleyball in Adobe PDF format. Previous media guides are also available in the archives.

Practice

Bemidji State’s daily practice sessions are open to the media. Please contact Assistant Director of Athletic Media Relations Dax Larson (218-755-2763) if you wish to attend.

Interview Policies

All player interviews outside of post-game and practice time must be arranged through the BSU athletic media relations office. Player interviews are typically arranged during early-afternoon hours before the team has its afternoon practice. For interviews with coaches, contact the athletic media relations office at (218) 755-2763. By NCAA rule, no player interviews will be available on gameday until the conclusion of that day’s contest. Contact the athletic media relations office with questions or for assistance.

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Local Print

• Bemidji Pioneer........................(218) 751-3740 Fax ..........................................(218) 751-6914 1320 Washington Ave, SE Bemidji, MN 56601 http://www.bemidjipioneer.com John McRae........jmcrae@bemidjipioneer.com Eric Stromgren.... sports@bemidjipioneer.com • The Northern Student..............(218) 755-2987 Phone/Fax ................. (218) 755-3757 or 2913 Bemidji State University Bemidji, MN 56601

Local Television

• KAWE/KAWB-TV......................(218) 751-0085 Toll-free . ..................................(800) 292-0922 Fax ............ (218) 759-0460 or (800) 861-7544 Lakeland News Bemidji State University, Box 9 Bemidji, MN 56601 Dennis Weimann........................ News Director Aaron McElherne........ sports@lakelandptv.org • KBSU TV-17..............................(218) 755-2402 Bemidji State University Bemidji, MN 56601 Scott Williams....................s.williams@midco.net

• Duluth News-Tribune . ............(800) 456-8181 Fax ..........................................(218) 723-5314 424 W. First Street; Duluth, MN 55802 http://www.duluthnews.com Jon Nowacki ........... sports@duluthnews.com • Fargo Forum . ..........................(701) 235-7311 Fax ..........................................(701) 241-5487 e-mail....................... sports@forumcomm.com 101 5th Street North; Fargo, ND 58102 http://www.in-forum.com Contact:............ Brian Peterson (Sports Editor) • Grand Forks Herald.......(710) 780-1100, x243 Toll-free . ..................................(800) 477-6572 Fax ..........................................(701) 795-4603 P.O. Box 6008; Grand Forks, ND 58206 http://www.gfherald.com Contact:.......... Kevin Fee (kfee@gfherald.com) • Minneapolis Star-Tribune .......(800) 829-8742 425 Portland Ave.; Minneapolis, MN 55488 http://www.startribune.com Fax ..........................................(612) 673-7774 • St. Paul Pioneer Press.............(612) 228-5516 345 Cedar Street; St. Paul, MN 55101 Fax............................................(612) 228-5527

Regional Television Local Radio

• WMIS The River 92.1 FM ........(218) 751-7777 Fax ..........................................(218) 759-0658 Flagship Network 2115 Washington Ave.; Bemidji, MN 56601 http://www.wmisfm.com Brian Schultz (Voice of the Beavers) e-mail........................ brian@brian-schultz.com • KBUN 1450 AM.........................(218) 444-1500 Fax............................................(218) 751-8091 502 Beltrami Avenue Bemidji, MN 56601 Kevin Jackson.......................... sports director e-mail............. kjackson@pbbroadcasting.com Scott Williams....................s.williams@midco.net

• KVLY-TV (Channel 11, Fargo) Phone .......... (701) 237-5211 / (800) 450-5844 Fax: .........................................(701) 237-5396 P.O. Box 1878; Fargo, ND 58103 • WDIO-TV (Channel 13, Duluth) Phone/Fax....(218) 727-6865 / 727-2318/4415 10 Observation Road; Duluth, MN 55811 Contact: . .................................Tyler Jacobson

State-Wide Outlets

• Minn. Associated Press .........(612) 332-2727 Toll-free . ..................................(800) 552-7250 Fax ..........................................(612) 342-5299 511 11th Avenue S. (404) Minneapolis, MN 55415 • Minn. News Network Radio ...(612) 321-7211 Toll free ....................................(800) 879-3462 Fax ..........................................(612) 321-7222 100 North Sixth Street - Suite 476A Minneapolis, MN 55403 • USA Today Online Edition ......(800) 872-3410 Fax ..........................................(703) 276-5505 1000 Wilson Blvd. Arlington, VA 22229 http://www.usatoday.com

National Outlets

• USA Today http://www.usatoday.com • ESPN http://www.espn.com • College Sports Report http://www.dopke.com Editor:..........................................Brad Dopke e-mail:............................bdopke@dopke.com • d2football.com http://www.d2football.com Editor:..................................Brandon Misener Midwest beat writer:.......................Jeff Harlin e-mail:.............................. JeffHarlin@aol.com • Don Hansen’s Football Gazette P.O. Box 305; Westmont, IL 60559-0305 Phone:....................................(630) 964-1062 Fax:.........................................(630) 964-1105 http://www.donhansen.com Editor:......................................... Don Hansen e-mail:.......................... don@donhansen.com • American Football Coaches Association http://www.afca.org

Regional Print

Broadcast Outlets Radio: WMIS The River 92.1 FM

Voice of the Beavers Brian Schultz returns for this sixth year behind the mic as Bemidji State continues its broadcast agreement with R.P. Broadcasting of Bemidji. In 2009, the broadcast will move from its original home Talk Radio 1360 AM to the company’s newest station WMIS The River 92.1 FM. The move to the FM side of the dial and R.P Broadcasting’s 600-foot tower will expand the reach of broadcast signals to nearly 90 miles. Brian Bissonette provides expert analysis and color commentary for BSU home games. WMIS’s coverage of BSU football begins 40 minutes prior to opening kickoff with a comprehensive pre-game show, featuring interviews with BSU players, coaches and others involved with the school’s athletics programs, as well as analysis and insights on the coming game. Additionally, all game broadcasts will be streamed live over the Internet via beaverradionetwork.com.

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TV: KBSU TV 17

In 2003, Bemidji State athletics entered a new era of media coverage, partnering with a local cable company to provide live coverage for up to 50 BSU sporting events each year exclusively to Bemidji-area customers on local cable systems. In 2010, KBSU, Bemidji State’s campus television station, will continue its long-standing tradition of producing BSU athletics events. KBSU will produce BSU’s full schedule of home football games and a selection of men’s and women’s basketball games giving BSU unparalleled media coverage for its intercollegiate programs. Local radio personality Scott Williams, recognized as one of the region’s pre-eminant on-air talents, handles play-by-play duties for all KBSU-produced television broadcasts.


Bemidji State Football Dr. Richard Hanson President, Bemidji State University North Dakota State University (1971)

The tenth president of Bemidji State University, Dr. Richard Hanson, took office officially on July 12, 2010. He also serves as president of Northwest Technical College. The Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Board of Trustees announced Hanson’s appointment on May 19, with Chancellor James McCormick formally presenting the president-elect to the faculty and staff of both campuses the following day.

Dr. Rick Goeb Director of Athletics

North Dakota State University (1989)

A new era in Bemidji State University athletics began July 13, 2001 when Dr. Rick Goeb was named BSU‘s first fulltime director of intercollegiate athletics. Goeb directs a 17-sport varsity athletics program at BSU with NCAA Division I men’s and women’s ice hockey and 15 Division II sports. Beaver athletics has undergone dramatic changes in Goeb’s tenure, having seen more than a dozen positions created or filled with new hires - including head coaches for women’s hockey, men’s and women’s basketball, soccer, softball, baseball, women’s golf, tennis and volleyball - and the hiring of BSU’s first full-time athletics fundraiser. In Goeb’s nine years overseeing BSU athletics, the program has entered one of the best all-around eras in the program’s history. Men’s ice hockey has won two College Hockey America regular-season titles, two tournament titles and made three Division I NCAA Tournament appearances; men’s basketball won its first NSIC Championship in decades, advanced to its first-ever NCAA Tournament and hosted first-round NSIC playoff games four years straight; women’s basketball hosted and won its first-ever NSIC playoff game; indoor track won its first-ever NSIC Championship; men’s and women’s golf have made NCAA regional appear-

Hanson, 60, had been interim president of North Dakota State University since Dec. 1, 2009. Previously, he served as president of Waldorf College; professor of sociology, vice president for academic affairs and dean of the college, all at Augustana College; associate vice president for academic affairs, associate director of human development in the Extension Service and director of the Family Studies Institute, all at North Dakota State University; and chair of the Department of Home Economics at California State University, Chico. Hanson also has held interim positions at North Dakota State University that included vice president for academic affairs and dean of the College of University Studies. Hanson earned his bachelor’s degree in sociology and his master’s in child development and family relations, both from North Dakota State University, and a doctorate in applied behavioral science from the University of California-Davis.

ances with both full teams and individual performers. BSU athletics has also assembled a strong academic reputation under Goeb’s leadership. Men’s hockey has set a CHA single-season record for number of Academic All-CHA performers three times and produced the 2005 CHA StudentAthlete of the Year; women’s ice hockey posted three consecutive WCHA StudentAthletes of the Year from 2002-04; and nearly two dozen BSU student-athletes have been recognized on the CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District V Team with four Academic All-America honorees. Goeb came to Bemidji State after six years as senior associate athletics director at the University of Alaska-Fairbanks. At Fairbanks, Goeb served as NCAA compliance officer, monitored academic eligibility and acted as the liaison for booster clubs. Prior to his position at Fairbanks, Goeb spent two years as an administrator at North Dakota. Goeb also served as the head wrestling coach at St. Cloud State from 1990-93 when he was an instructor in physical education and a facility coordinator; was the strength and conditioning coach at Northern Colorado from 1989-’90; and served as an assistant wrestling coach at North Dakota State from 1988-’89. Originally from Anoka, Minn., Goeb received his undergraduate degree at North Dakota State, where he was also a Division II national wrestling champion. He was inducted into the Bison Hall of Fame in 2009. Goeb earned his master’s from Northern Colorado and doctorate from North Dakota. He and his wife Carol have two daughters, Amber and Anne and a son, Jordan.

BSU Athletic Media Relations staff

Brad Folkestad

Director of Athletic Media Relations Bemidji State University (2001)

Brad Folkestad is in his eighth year in the Office of Atheltic Media Relations at Bemidji State. As Director, he oversees all publicity and media relations operations for BSU’s 17-sport athletics department, and directly handles communications for the university’s football, men’s hockey, golf and track and field programs. Entering his 10th year in the athletic media relations field, Folkestad was promoted to the Director post in the spring of 2007. Folkestad has spent seven years of professional career at BSU. Starting with a twoyear stint as a graduate assistant in 2002, he returned as the Assistant SID in the fall of 2004 after a one-year assignment in the same capacity at the University of Minnesota Duluth.

In addition to serving as the men’s and women’s basketball contact during each of the first four years in the business, Folkestad’s interests and experience in collegiate basketball run deep. He has volunteered at numerous conference, regional and national tournaments including the 2003 and 2006 NCAA Division I Men’s Midwest Regional Tournament in Minneapolis, Minn., the 2005 NCAA Division II Elite Eight in Grand Forks, N.D. at the 2003 NCAA Division II Women’s Frozen Four. He is an active member of the College Sports Information Directors of America and has been recognized for excellence in publications on a number of occasions including a Ninth in the Nation finish for his 2005 BSU Volleyball Media Guide. Folkestad, 32, received his bachelor’s degree in communication from BSU in 2001 and continues to work toward a master’s degree in sports studies. He resides in Bemidji, Minn. with his wife Lisa and their five children Tim, Nicole, Carly, Mackenna and Baylor.

Director Brad Folkestad (Bemidji State, 2001) men’s hockey (218) 755-4603 bfolkestad@bemidjistate.edu Assistant Director Dax Larson (Minnesota State, 2007) football, men’s basketball, baseball (218) 755-2763 dlarson@bemidjistate.edu Graduate Assistant Ross LaDue (Iowa State, 2009) soccer, women’s ice hockey, softball (218) 755-2763 gladue@bemidjistate.edu Graduate Assistant Shawn Smith (Iowa State, 2008) volleyball, women’s basketball, tennis (218) 755-4603 shawn.smith@st.bemidjistate.edu

Student Interns Eric Story (4th year), Courtney Anderson (2nd year), Tyler Christensen (2nd year), Nick Filipovic (1st year), Jeff Everett (1st year) and Nick Ross (1st year)

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Dr. Rick Goeb Director of Athletics

Sarah Levesque Associate Athletic Dir. Compliance/SWA

Bill Crews Head Athletic Trainer

Brad Folkestad Director of Athletic Media Relations

Dax Larson Asst. Dir. of Athletic Media Relations

Toby Palmiscno Equipment Manager Men’s Hockey

Deb Slough Office Manager

Wayne Chadwick Head Coach Volleyball

Jeff Tesch Head Coach Football

Tom Serratore Head Coach Men’s Ice Hockey

Steve Sertich Head Coach Women’s Ice Hockey

Matt Bowen Head Coach Men’s Basketball

Mike Curfman Head Coach Women’s Basketball

Jim Stone Head Coach Soccer

Craig Hougen Head Coach Track & Field/XC

Ekren Miller Head Coach Men’s Golf

Krissi Super Head Coach Women’s Golf

TBA Head Coach Tennis

Tim Bellew Head Coach Baseball

Shane Gunderson Head Coach Softball

Bucky the Beaver Mascot

Administration & Support Staff

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Dr. Rick Goeb, Athletics Director 755-2941 Sarah Levesque, Associate AD, Compliance/SWA 755-2142 Debbie Slough, Athletics Administrative Assistant 755-2941 Brad Folkestad, Director Athletic Media Relations 755-4603 Dax Larson, Assistant Director 755-2763 Ross LaDue, Graduate Assistant 755-2763 Shawn Smith, Graduate Assistant 755-4603 Bill Crews, Head Athletic Trainer 755-2769 Corinne Dauksavage, Ass’t Trainer 755-2769 Travis Shock, Ass’t Trainer 755-2769 TBA, Equipment Manager 755-3292

Coaching Staff

Jeff Tesch; HC, Football Rich Jahner, Assoc. HC, Football Brent Bolte, Ass’t Football Coach Eric Medberry, Ass’t Footbal Coach Matt Bowen; HC, Men’s Basketball Jeremy Tiers, Ass’t MBB Coach

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755-2772 755-3785 755-2768 755-3770 755-2774 755-2323

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e-mail

rgoeb slevesque dslough bfolkestad dlarson gladue

wcrews cdauksavage tshock

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jtesch rjahner bbolte emedberry mbowen jtiers

Coaching Staff

Wayne Chadwick; HC, Volleyball Tim Bellew; HC, Baseball Steve Sertich; HC, Women’s Hockey Heather Ferrell, Ass’t WIH Coach Shane Veenker, Ass’t WIH Coach Tom Serratore; HC, Men’s Hockey Bert Gilling, Ass’t MIH Coach Ted Belisle, Ass’t MIH Coach Mike Curfman; HC, Women’s Basketball Krissi Super, Ass’t WBB/HC, Women’s Golf Craig Hougen; HC, Track & Field Jim Stone; HC, Soccer TBA; HC, Tennis Ekren Miller; HC, Men’s Golf Shane Gunderson; HC Softball

phone

755-3785 755-4108 755-2958 755-4251 755-4251 755-2879 755-2765 755-2765 755-2783 755-2324 755-2883 755-3784 TBA 755-4619 755-4619

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