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Football 2 0 1 1 S chedule AUGUST

25 Minot State Bemidji, Minn. 7:00 p.m. Community Appreciation / 13th Annual Beaver Bash

SEPTEMBER

10 at Augustana * 17 SW Minnesota State* Shrine Game 24 Minnesota Duluth *^

Sioux Falls, S.D. 1:00 p.m. Bemidji, Minn. 6:00 p.m. Bemidji, Minn.

OCTOBER

6:00 p.m.

1 at Upper Iowa * Fayette, Iowa 1:00 p.m. Bemidji, Minn. 1:00 p.m. 8 Concordia-St. Paul * Homecoming Bemidji, Minn. 1:00 p.m. 15 MSU Moorhead *^ Lions’ Vision Awareness Game / Battle for the Axe Bismarck, N.D. 2:30 p.m. 22 at U-Mary *^ Aberdeen, S.D. 2:30 p.m. 29 at Northern State *^

NOVEMBER

5 St. Cloud State *^ Bemidji, Minn. 1:00 p.m. Senior Day 12 at Minnesota, Crookston *^ Crookston, Minn. 1:00 p.m. * NSIC GAME ^ NSIC DIVISIONAL GAME

Bemidji State FOOTBALL

2011

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2011 SENIOR CLASS

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FOOTBALL

MEDIA GUIDE 11 Cameron Abram WR s 5-9 s 200

73 Jordan Anderson OL s 6-2 s 319

96 Josh Beste DL s 6-1 s 256

10 Jody Henningson WR s 5-11 s 199

65 Cory Immerman OL s 6-0 s 278

15 Luke Knutson OLB s 6-0 s 224

68 Davis Mickelson OL s 6-5 s 303

3 Brandon Miles RB s 5-10 s 192

35 Alex Mock LB s 5-10 s 222

66 Steve Pappas OL s 6-3 s 300

32 Brody Scheff S s 6-0 s 206

17 Jake Schmidt S s 6-0 s 190

20 Blake Sczepanski LB s 6-0 s 231

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5 Dusty Sluzewicz S s 5-10 s 210

39 Jesse Sundby K/P s 5-8 s 216

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Bemidji State Football QUICK FACTS University Information

Location: Bemidji, Minn. (11,917) Founded: 1919 Enrollment: 5,171 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 Assistant Trainer: Bekah Hessinger Trainer Phone: (218) 755-2769 Equipment Manager: Mel Nygaard Equipment Phone: (218) 755-3292 Compliance/SWA: Sarah Levesque Athletics Secretary: Debbie Slough Athletics Phone: (218) 255-2941 Athletics Fax: (218) 755-3898

2011 SEASON OUTLOOK 1 2-3 4-5 5

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

FACILITY AND TROPHY HISTORY 6 7 8

Chet Anderson Stadium Bemidji State Football Traditions Battle for the Axe

BEMIDJI STATE COACHING STAFF 9-11 12 13 14 15 16 17 17

Head Coach Jeff Tesch Associate Head Coach Rich Jahner Assistant Coach Brent Bolte Assistant Coach Eric Medberry Neil Linhart / Joe Ferraro Gordie Haug / Karson Pike / Support Staff Ken Traxler / George Percak-Dennett Dax Larson, Athletic Media Relations

BSU HISTORY AND RECORDS

56 The Last Time... 57 Individual Records: Passing 58 Individual Records: Total Offense 59 Individual Records: Rushing 60 Individual Records: Tackles / Sacks 61 Individual Records: Receiving 62 Individual Records: Returns (INT/punts/kickoffs) 63 Individual Records: Scoring / Kicking / Punting 64 Team Records 65 Team Year-by-Year Offensive Stats (since 1971) 66-67 Individual Awards 68-71 All-Time Results

THIS IS BEMIDJI STATE

72-73 This is Bemidji State 74-75 Welcome to Bemidji 76 BSU Athletics Facilities 77 NCAA Rules Compliance / Media Information 78 BSU Media Outlets 79 Administration 80 Department of Athletics Staff Directory

2011 BEMIDJI STATE BEAVERS

18-19 Alphabetical / Numerical Rosters 20-31 Student-Athlete Bios - Key Returning Players 32 Roster Breakdowns 33 Preseason Depth Chart

OPPONENTS

34-37 2010 Opponents 37 NSIC Sports Information Directory 38 2011 NSIC Composite Schedule 39-42 Series History Versus Opponents

2010 SEASON IN REVIEW

43-46 Game Recaps 46 NSIC Players of the Week 47-50 Final BSU Statistics 51 Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference 52-53 All-NSIC Teams / Awards 54-55 NSIC Statistical Leaders

The 2011 Bemidji State Football Media Guide is a production of the Bemidji State University Office of Athletic Media Relations.

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2011

Team Information

2010 Record: 7-4 NSIC Record: 6-4 / 4-2 (t-5th / t-3 North Div.) Starters Returning: 16 (8 O / 6 D / 2 ST) Starters Lost: 8 (3 O / 5 D / 0 ST) Letterwinners Returning: 47 (27 O /18 D / 2 ST) Letterwinners Lost: 21 (9 O /12 D/ 0 ST)

Program History

First Year of Football: 1926 All-Time Record: 315-398-24 (.444) 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: 98-64 (16th season) Career Record: 98-64 (16th 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 DL Karson Pike CB Joe Ferraro RB

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 AMR 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

Lance Rongstad, Junior, Quarterback

Dustin Kroeplin, Junior, Running back

Cameron Abram, Senior, Wide Receiver

THE 2011 SEASON

Edholm throw and rush his way to the record books, Rongstad will take the reins of the BSU offense and show what he can do through the air. He has proven his abilities on the ground, but now it’s going to be about his arm. In two seasons he is 18-for-30 with two touchdowns and one interception. “We are excited for Lance Rongstad and all the things he can bring athletically, but he hasn’t played a lot at QB the last couple years,” Tesch said. “He needs some work, but we all know what a good athlete he is.” Rongstad’s back-up will be sophomore Alex Haas, who saw very limited game action and hasn’t attempted a pass as a collegiate quarterback. “Hass had a very nice spring,” Tesch said. “He got better and better and he impresses us with his athletic ability, plus he’s got a strong arm,” Tesch said. Keeping Rongstad healthy will be a concern for the BSU coaching staff, as he hasn’t had a complete season yet after suffering ankle and knee injuries to keep him out of the line-up in the second half of each of the last two seasons.

game last year, but Brandon can do some nice things out there.” Miles is back for BSU after playing a full season last year after missing all of 2009 due to injury. He carried the ball 46 times for 232 yards last season, averaging 5.0 yards per carry and 23.2 per game. Brad Hemling returns for his junior season and will be in the mix as well after rushing 25 times for 149 yards. Redshirt freshman Jared Flaata had a good spring and could be in the mix this season. “Another kid that is finally healthy is Brad Hemling,” Tesch said. “He is probably the best pass blocker of all those guys, works his tail off. With him back and healthy and joining Brandon and Dustin, we have some depth back there. We can’t rely on just one guy.”

Despite losing key leaders on both offense and defense, the Bemidji State football team is confident about the upcoming season due to the amount of chemistry on the 2011 roster. The Beavers welcome back 16 starters from last season’s roster and nine all-conference performers, but more important than returning allconference players is how well this team gets along. “I think we will have a good football team, it’s as tight knit and cohesive a group that we haven’t had in a long time,” Tesch said. “It’s a special group of guys. I think we have great leadership and it’s a senior class that is very eager to go out winners. I’m excited about that chemistry part of the team too.” Back at the helm for his 16th season, head coach Jeff Tesch is coming off his 12th winning campaign. This season Tesch and his staff have their work cut out for them, as two key areas need to be addressed. “Between how the D-Line and quarterback play goes, that could determine how the season goes,” Tesch said. “We are excited about the young kids as replacements on the defensive line. They are kids who will play with a lot of enthusiasm and who will make up for their lack of game experience. Offensively we have a ton of players back, probably the concern there is replacing a quarterback who almost holds all the records here.” The 2010 team finished 7-4 overall and 6-4 in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference, finishing tied for fifth overall and third in the NSIC North. All four losses came at the hands of postseason participants, including a loss to the national champion University of Minnesota Duluth. “We are certainly going to try and win them all,” Tesch said about his expectations for the season. “We are trying to get back to a bowl game or postseason play. I’ve always had and always will have a goal to win the conference.”

OFFENSE Quarterback

It’s Lance Rongstad’s turn now. After two seasons and a redshirt year of watching Derek

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QUARTERBACKS AT A GLANCE Front Runners

Yr.

Ht.

Wt.

Lance Rongstad

Jr.

6-3

204

Contender

Yr.

Ht.

Wt.

Alex Haas Sam King

Running Back

So. RS-Fr.

6-0 6-0

199 186

Dustin Kroeplin returns after another successful season that garnered him all-conference honors (second team). Now a junior, Kroeplin is poised to be a first team and all-region back, providing the running game with a hard-nosed starter that can find a hole, break tackles and make the big run. Last season he netted 802 yards on the ground, scoring nine touchdowns. He added 65 receiving yards and one touchdown. “It could be a deeper group of guys again. We are excited about Dustin Kroeplin being the returning starter. He provides a lot of durability and power and that’s the type of runner he is. We also have Brandon Miles back who has played a lot. He got caught up in the numbers

2011

RUNNING BACKS AT A GLANCE Front Runner

Yr.

Ht.

Wt.

Contenders

Yr.

Ht.

Wt.

Dustin Kroeplin Brandon Miles Brad Hemling Jared Flaata

Receivers

Jr.

Sr. Jr. Fr.-RS

5-11 5-10 5-11 5-8

238 192 204 189

The Beavers welcome back most of their receiving core from last season, but the team did lose a 1,000-yard career receiver in Andrew Schultz, who earned All-NSIC First Team and Second Team all-region honors last season. Replacing a receiver like that is tough, but Tesch is excited about his options “One of the challenges is to replace Schultz, a 1,000-yard receiver. But the kid that is replacing him, Matt Gandrud, has been patient, waiting his time. He’s a big, strong and fast kid that has good hands and we are looking for him to jump right in,” Tesch said. Gandrud, a junior, will look to fill that role after serving mostly as a special teams player the last two seasons. In addition to Gandrud, BSU has a strong group of seniors and experienced juniors coming back to hopefully stretch the defense with their talent. Seniors Jody Henningson and Cameron Abram look to lead the way after finishing last season third and fourth, respectively, in receiving yards. Henningson caught 21


Bemidji State Football 2008 SEASON OUTLOOK

Brian Leonhardt, Junior, Tight End

Brent Kondziolka, Sophomore, Fullback

Brett DeLange (Left) and Davis Mickelson (Right)

passes for 251 yards and Abram brought in 17 passes for 174 yards. Juniors Justin Lee and Christian Metz are back and are ready to contribute. Lee caught 11 passes for 155 yards for a team-best five touchdowns. He also found the end zone on the ground and through the air. Metz recorded 45 yards on seven receptions for a score. “Justin Lee has been a kid who’s been hurt on and off, but he got back on the field last year and started to show signs of what he really can do and that is be one of the quick game breakers in the conference,” Tesch said. Cameron Abram, our deep threat, struggled last year a little bit, but came back and had a nice spring and worked really hard this summer. Jody is a good solid football player and Christian is a guy we’ve been waiting to emerge,” Tesch said.

“Troy Dale is a guy that has been a parttime fullback, part-time tight end. He had a great summer, so we are excited to see what he brings,” Tesch said.

and Consensus Draft Services 2011 Preseason All-America Honorable Mention Immerman will center the line for his senior season. Also a two-time all-conference selection, senior Davis Mickelson returns to the line after starting all 11 games for BSU last season. Brett DeLange was all-conference honorable mention last season and will have a spot on the starting line. Also returning is senior Jordan Anderson and junior Alonzo Melton. Anderson started the first four games, but injuries kept him out of the starting line-up as he played in eight games. He will replace the person that took his spot when injured, Chris Parrish, who graduated last spring. Melton has proven himself time and time again and will be a starter again this season after playing in all 11 games last season. “Davis Mickelson has the same traits as Cory, both have started since they were redshirt freshmen. We feel great about having a senior all-conference player at left tackle. Brett DeLange is extremely fast, strong, quick, one of the strongest players on the team. He’s the one that really pops the holes open. He’s our best running lineman without a doubt,” Tesch said. “Melton is back at one of the tackles and a player pushing him for a starting spot is Jordan Oin. He’s got a ton of talent, is extremely strong and fast and is one of those kids that will be the swing tackle and probably play other spots. At right guard will be Jordan Anderson, who has been a starter on and off, but injuries have shorted his last two seasons. He’s as healthy as he has ever been, we are looking for him to have a great senior year.” Oin saw the field in four games last season, while junior Steve Pappas played in six games last season and will see time this season.

RECEIVERS AT A GLANCE Front Runners

Yr.

Ht.

Wt.

Contenders

Yr.

Ht.

Wt.

Matt Gandrud Cameron Abram Justin Lee

Jr. Sr. Jr.

Jody Henningson Sr. Christian Metz Jr.

Tight End

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

210 200 193 199 182

Brian Leonhardt continues to prove himself as one of the best tight ends in the league and in the region. Last season he brought in 28 receptions for 351 yards and three touchdowns. His efforts earned him first team laurels from the NSIC and he was named Consensus Draft Services 2011 Preseason All-America Honorable Mention in July. His abilities on the offensive line, off the line, and on special teams makes him a weapon for the Beavers. “Brian is a heck of a football player. I don’t know if there’s a better blocker in the league,” Tesch said. “He’s improving on his routes and catching and he’s only a junior. He’s bigger and stronger than a year ago, so we certainly have to find way to get him the ball more than we ever had.” Troy Dale will see time at tight end and fullback this season after playing in nine games in 2010.

TIGHT ENDS AT A GLANCE Front Runner

Yr.

Brian Leonhardt

Jr.

Contender

Yr.

Troy Dale

Jr.

Ht.

6-5

Ht.

6-0

Wt.

253

Wt.

246

Fullback

The Beavers lost Nate Solors at the fullback position after he performed at an all-conference level. His back-up last season, sophomore Brent Kondziolka, is now the number one guy at the fullback position. Last season he rushed eight times for 28 yards, but more importantly led the way for Kroeplin as he rumbled for more than 800 yards and nine touchdowns. “It’s a tough spot to lose, Nate Solors was a very good football player,” Tesch said. “We are going to miss him, but a guy that we are very excited about is Brent Kondziolka, who has a lot of those same traits that Nate did, but he’s actually bigger, stronger and faster, but he just lacks a little game experience.”

FULLBACKS AT A GLANCE Front Runner

Yr.

Brent Kondziolka

So.

Contender

Yr.

Troy Dale

Offensive Line

Jr.

Ht.

6-0

Ht.

6-0

Wt.

222

Wt.

246

They are the ones that get overlooked when it comes to statistics, but they can’t be missed. The offensive line makes the offense go and the Beavers are pleased to get most of their O-line back in 2011. “The O-line is one of the strengths of the team without a doubt,” Tesch said. Cory Immerman is a kid that has played for three straight years who shows durable, great leadership and plays when he is hurt - all the traits you need for a good lineman,” Tesch said. Two-time All-NSIC Second Team member

2011

OFFENSIVE LINE AT A GLANCE Front Runners

Yr.

Ht.

Wt.

Davis Mickelson Brett DeLange Cory Immerman Jordan Anderson Alonzo Melton

Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr.

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

303 297 278 319 275

Contenders

Yr.

Ht.

Wt.

Steve Pappas Jordan Oin

Sr. So.

6-3 6-3

B E AV E R F O OT B A L L

300 319

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Cory Crosby, Junior, Linebacker

Charles Hrdlicka, Junior, Defensive Back

Brody Scheff, Senior, Safety

DEFENSE

finished second in the NSIC in tackles, racking up 92 tackles (37s-55a) and added 6.5 tackles for loss (-22 yards), two sacks and an interception for his first-collegiate touchdown. Wright emerged as an all-conference player late in the season, getting quality starts due to his quality of play and other player’s injuries. “Cory Crosby is a durable, steady, solid football player,” Tesch said. “You wish you had a dozen of him on the team out there. Buckley Wright had a fantastic spring, we are looking forward to him out there.” Other preseason starters include Blake Sczepanski and Jason Bromm. Sczepanski finished fifth on the squad in tackles with 41 (19s-22a), 3.5 tackles for loss (-24 yards), two pass breakups and a forced fumble. Bromm sat out the season as a redshirt but is expected to jump right into the starting line-up. “Blake is another experienced guy and we have been really high on Jason Bromm’s ability,” Tesch said. Outside those four players the Beavers have options that own a lot of experience. Senior Alex Mock played in eight games last season and tallied 14 tackles. Junior Luke Knutson played in seven and started four games before suffering a season-ending injury. He totaled 21 tackles (11s-10a), 5.5 tackles for loss (-23 yards), and a 67-yard fumble recovery for a touchdown. Junior Dan Christensen is also in the mix after playing in 10 games, starting two, and posting 26 tackles (7s-19a), two tackles for loss (-15 yards), 1.5 sacks and an interception. The Beavers lose George Percak-Dennett on the field due to injuries, but retain him on the sidelines as a student assistant coach. He recorded 21 tackles in seven games last season.

Defensive Backs

Defensive Line

The defensive line is the biggest question mark for the Beavers this season. BSU lost three all-conference performers from last season, including Rob Wills, who was named to the All-NSIC First Team and all-region teams by two different publications. Slated to start at the ends is senior Josh Beste and junior Bryan Syrstad. Beste competed in nine games and recorded 20 tackles (8 solo-12 assisted) with two sacks for a loss of 20 yards, two pass break-ups and two forced fumbles. Syrstad played in seven games and recorded three assisted tackles. At nose, the Beavers will start with Matt Shaver, who played in eight games and posted eight tackles, one solo. Also in the mix for BSU will be freshmen redshirts J.J. Reinke and Dan Kiebler. “The guy with the most game experience is Josh Beste. We are looking for Josh to have a good senior year, he is a leader,” Tesch said. “The other guy that emerged and had a heck of a spring and really worked his way up the ladder is Bryan Syrstad. He has earned his time to play. At nose, out of spring the top player was Shaver, he’s very smart and has a low center of gravity.”

DEFENSIVE LINE AT A GLANCE Front Runners

Yr.

Ht.

Wt.

Josh Beste Matt Shaver Bryan Syrstad

Sr. So. Jr.

6-1 6-2 6-1

256 300 262

Contender

Yr.

Ht.

Wt.

J.J. Reinke Dan Kiebler

Fr.-RS Fr.-RS

6-4 6-3

247 262

LINEBACKERS AT A GLANCE Front Runners

Linebackers

There will be a lot of talent and experience battling for playing time at the linebacker position this season, which will breed competition in practice and bring the best options to the playing field. BSU lost all-conference linebacker Andrew Eagan, but welcomes back All-NSIC Second Team member Cory Crosby and honorable mention Buckley Wright. Crosby led the team and

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Buckley Wright Cory Crosby Jason Bromm Blake Sczepanski

Contenders

Luke Knutson Alex Mock Dan Christensen

2011

Yr.

So. Jr. So. Sr.

Yr.

Jr. Sr. Jr.

Ht.

6-0 6-0 6-0 6-0

Ht.

6-0 5-10 6-1

Wt.

225 240 215 231

Wt.

224 222 228

The defensive back position will be young in 2011, but that doesn’t mean it won’t be a solid piece to the Gang Green defense. Junior Charles Hrdlicka is the top returner to the position after playing and starting every game last season and recording 25 tackles (17s-8a) and a team-best six pass break-ups. “Last year Charlie took a nice jump from his first year and did a good job of covering guys,” Tesch said. “We are excited about him and the season and spring he had.” A true athlete, Larry Miller was moved from quarterback to defensive back last season to fill some holes and proved himself at the position. He picked up six tackles (2s-4a) in 10 games played. Also in the mix this season will be true freshman Dylan Valentine. He is expected to forego his redshirt season and immediately make an impact in the defensive backfield. “Larry had a very good spring and summer of working out. We just really think he is the kind of kid you need in there to have a successful corner,” Tesch said. “Our one freshman that we will count on playing is Valentine. He will be the alternate at the safety position. He is college football ready. Even if we were solid at defensive backs, his ability, how well he played on film and how he tested, proves to us he could beat out some upperclassmen.

DEFENSIVE BACKS AT A GLANCE Front Runners

Charles Hrdlicka Larry Miller

Contenders

Dylan Valentine

Safeties

Yr.

Ht.

Wt.

Jr. So.

5-9 5-10

173 184

Yr.

Ht.

Wt.

Fr.-HS

5-9

177

The safety position is strong entering the 2011 campaign, welcoming back all-conference performer Brody Scheff and Dusty Sluzewicz. Scheff is second among returners in tackles after posting 72 (32s-40a) in 2010. He also added three tackles for loss (-7 yards), five break-ups and one fumble recovery. Sluzewicz played in seven games before suffering a season-ending injury, but not before recording 14 tackles (2s12a), three pass break-ups and tying for a team-


Bemidji State Football

2008 SEASON OUTLOOK

2011 BEMIDJI STATE FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Date

Opponent

Time

Series

Last Meeting

Aug. 25 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12

Minot (N.D.) Statea • at Augustana • SW Minnesota Stateb • Minnesota Duluth* • at Upper Iowa • Concordia-St. Paulc • MSU Moorhead*de • at U-Mary (N.D.)* • at Northern State* • St. Cloud State*f • at Minnesota, Crookston*g

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

BSU, 11-1 AC, 4-1 Tied, 20-20-1 UMD, 39-10-1 BSU, 3-0 Tied, 6-6 MSUM, 43-31-3 BSU, 3-2 BSU, 17-16-1 SCSU, 33-17-3 BSU, 17-1

Aug. 26, 2010 in Minot N.D. (W, 24-7) Sept. 11, 2010 in Bemidji, Minn. (L, 0-10) Sept. 18, 2010 in Marshall, Minn. (W, 30-14) Sept. 24, 2010 in Duluth, Minn. (L, 21-44) Oct. 2, 2010 in Bemidji, Minn. (W, 51-12) Oct. 9, 2010 in St. Paul, Minn. (L, 14-20) Oct.16, 2010 in Moorhead, Minn. (W, 14-6) Oct. 23, 2010 in Bemidji, Minn. (W, 23-22) Oct. 30, 2010 in Bemidji Minn. (W, 41-13) Nov. 6, 2010 in St. Cloud, Minn. (L, 14-35) Nov. 13, 2010 in Bemidji, Minn. (W, 45-3)

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

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- Senior Day / g- Hubcap Game

best with two interceptions. “The big excitement is the quality of our safeties,” Tesch said. “We have an all-region player in Brody Scheff, who’s a great leader, good football player and always there. We are excited about getting Dusty Sluzewicz back after missing the last half of the year. With those two we have as good a pair of safeties as the rest of the conference. Then one of our captains who will rotate in with those guys is Jake Schmidt. Jake is a kid who has evolved into a good football player through his work ethic.” Schmidt played in all 11 games and started three to record his biggest season as a Beaver. His 35 tackles (12s-23a) ranked sixth on the team, while he added 2.0 tackles for loss (-5 yards).

SAFETIES AT A GLANCE Front Runners

Yr.

Ht.

Wt.

Contenders

Yr.

Ht.

Wt.

Dusty Sluzewicz Brody Scheff Jake Schmidt

SPECIAL TEAMS

Sr. Sr.

Sr.

5-10 6-0 6-0

210 206 190

BSU will see some new faces at some important roles on special teams this season. Not new to the fold is Second Team All-NSIC punter/ kicker Jesse Sundby. But the loss of the holder, long snapper, and punt returners are up in the air to start the season. Sundby finished the season with 53 punts, logging 1,869 yards and averaging 35.3 yards per punt, with 11 punts falling inside the 20 and recording four touchbacks. He was 30-for-32 on point after attempts and was 6-for-7 in field goals. Zach Pulkinen handled the kickoff duties last season, averaging 60.3 yards per attempt and recording four touchbacks. With his big boot, he could take some field goal responsibilities from Sundby this season. “We have Jesse Sundby back, who has won some accolades for his punting and kicking in the past, so we have that kind of experience,” Tesch said. “Zach Pulkinen is another one of the most improved kids on the team. We saw last year he has an extremely strong leg. He is just thumping the ball at camps this summer.

We may do something we have never done before, but maybe Zach is a long field goal guy and Jesse is a short field goal guy.” Gandrud is the top player for the long snapper job that was held by Jordan Lardinois for the past four seasons. The holder job is also up in the air, but right now Beau Wakefield is the top candidate for the job. Rongstad and Metz could also see some time at the important spot. “It kind of worries us if he [Gandrud] can go run a 40-yard bomb and then hustle back and snap, but he wants to do it. He is on a mission to help contribute to the team in as many ways as he can,” Tesch said. “We have a couple guys experimenting at holder. Beau did a good job this spring.” The kick return game is something that the coaching staff would like to improve this season. The squad loses Schultz as the primary punt returner and hopes freshman redshirt Alex Lepp and J. Lee can step in and provide some big runs. Heading into the season Metz and Hrdlicka own the kick return responsibilities. “Lepp can really run, he’s quick and has some wiggle,” Tesch said. “We are trying to get a little bit better punt return and kick returns. Any yards we can get in those spots, just try and upgrade.”

SPECIAL TEAMS AT A GLANCE Depth Chart

Yr.

P/K Jesse Sundby Sr. H Beau Wakefield Jr. Lance Rongstad Jr. Christian Metz Jr. LS Matt Gandrud Jr. Brent Kondziolka So. KR Christian Metz Jr. Charles Hrdlicka Jr. PR Justin Lee Jr. Alex Lepp Fr.-RS

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Ht.

5-8 5-9 6-3 5-11 6-2 6-0 5-11 5-9 5-8 5-8

Wt.

216 167 204 182 210 222 182 173 193 163

This season’s schedule may seem familiar to some. The reason for that is it’s the same as last season with only the home and away games switching. The schedule may look the same, but the Beavers will host some important games in 2011.

“There are top echelon teams that we haven’t been able to beat yet, so we are excited about having St. Cloud State and Minnesota Duluth at home this season,” Tesch said. “We are excited to get them off their turf and get them here. If you are going to win the championship, you certainly have to knock one of those guys off. The Augustana game will be crucial as well. If you are going to win a championship or make the playoffs, you also have to win big games on the road.” For the 13th time Bemidji State will play Minot State University in the ‘Beaver Bash’. The game against MSU will open the season in Bemidji, Minn. Aug. 25 at 7 p.m. BSU then travels to NCAA Tournament participant Augustana College Sept. 10 to open Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference play and will be looking for some revenge from an embarrassing 10-0 loss last season at home. The Beavers host the next two contests, which are slated for 6 p.m. starts, making three night home games in the season’s first four games. First up is Southwest Minnesota State University Sept. 17, which will also serve as the annual Shrine Game. Next the Beavers welcome 2010 NCAA Division II Champions University of Minnesota Duluth Sept. 24 to open NSIC North play. BSU travels to Upper Iowa University Oct. 1 before returning home to take on Concordia University, St. Paul Oct. 8 to close games outside the NSIC North. Last season the Golden Bears downed BSU 20-14, thwarting off a late surge by BSU. The CU victory helped guide them to an appearance at the Mineral Water Bowl. The Beavers stay at home to Minnesota State University Moorhead Oct. 15 for the annual Battle for the Axe and Lion’s Vision Awareness Game. BSU hits the road for its only back-to-back road games of the season as it travels to University of Mary Oct. 22 and Northern State University Oct. 29. Hoping to still be in the hunt for postseason play, the Beavers host St. Cloud State Nov. 5. The Huskies were an NCAA Tournament participant and were one of the four losses BSU suffered in 2010. The game against SCSU is the final home game of the slate and will serve as senior day. The regular season comes to a close at University of Minnesota, Crookston on Nov. 12. The game against the Golden Eagles will be the Battle for the Hubcap.

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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 home-field 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 four-overtime 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 nationally-ranked 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.

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

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 2010 0-0 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 4-1 4-1 42-15 52-21

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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).


Bemidji State Football 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, hardworking 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!”

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.

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 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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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 2010 W 14 6 Moorhead Points 1107 1361 PPG 17.9 22.0 overall record: 25-34-3 (.427) in Bemidji*: 15-15-2 (.500) in Moorhead*: 10-19-1 (.350) 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 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 10 of the last 11 battles for the axe - which included a series-long streak of eight consecutive wins from 2000-2007.

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

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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


Bemidji State Football BY THE NUMBERS

JEFF TESCH I Head Coach u u u u u

Moorhead State (Minn.) ‘78 16th season at Bemidji State 98-64 (.605) overall record BSU career leader in coaching victories 1998 & 2006 NSIC Coach of the Year

It begins in late August with the summer months coming to a close and the University buzzing with excitement for the new academic year. 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 16th-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 98-64 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 85th 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 98 wins represent more than 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 98 wins in 15 years are more than the number of victories garnered by the Bemidji State

program in the 32 full seasons prior to his arrival — 94. 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 193854. 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 16th season at the Bemidji State helm, Tesch and Winona State’s Tom Sawyer who enters his 16th 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,

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Jeff Tesch vs... Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Augustana 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

0-1 6-6 3-1 12-0 11-4 11-4 11-2 0-3 3-0 7-4 2-10 2-9 0-2 6-1 74-47

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

0-2 0-1 1-0 0-1 0-2 3-1 11-1 0-1 1-1 4-0 1-0 3-1 0-2 0-3 23-15

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 30 Northern State 47-46 9/29/01 50 Wis.-River Falls 58-14 9/18/04 b 53 Minn., Crookston 28-20 10/16/04 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

By the Numbers

Seasons Coached 15 Games Coached 162 Career Record 98-64 NSIC Record 74-47 Non-Conference Record 23-15 Home Record 52-21 Winning Seasons 12 Eight-Win Seasons 5 Highest NSIC finish 1st (2006) NSIC Coach of the Year 1998, 2006 First-Team All-NSIC Players 46 Total All-NSIC Selections 159 NSIC Offensive Player of the Year 1 NSIC Defensive Players of the Year 1 NSIC Glen Galligan Award winners 2 All-Region Selections 26 All-America Selections 7 Academic All-District V Selections 7 Academic All-America Selections 1 NFF Hampshire Honor Society Selections 4

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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

North Dakota offensive line North Dakota offensive line Montana State offensive line Central Missouri St. OL / OC Central Missouri St. OL / OC North Dakota OL / Ass’t HC North Dakota OL / Ass’t HC North Dakota OL / Ass’t HC North Dakota OL / Ass’t HC North Dakota OL / Ass’t HC North Dakota OL / Ass’t HC North Dakota OL / Ass’t HC North Dakota OL / Ass’t HC North Dakota OL / Ass’t HC North Dakota OL / Ass’t HC

As a Head Coach 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

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 Bemidji State 7-4 6-4 t5/3rd Total 98-64 .605 vs NSIC 74-47 .612

BSU Records Seasons Coached 17 15 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 162 111 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 98 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 .605 .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 74 25 25

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

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.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.

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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 Conference 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 Tesch 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-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


Bemidji State Football 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 All-NSIC honor. John Keaveny and Justin Guy paced a 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. The Beavers went 7-4 overall and 6-4 in the NSIC for the 12th above .500 season under Tesch. All four BSU losses came to postseason participants, including the eventual national champion University of Minnesota Duluth. Sixteen Beavers were named to the all-conference team, with three student-athletes earning first team nods, including Rob Wills who earned all-region accolades from two different publications.

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. 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 28 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 15-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

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.

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.

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).

2011

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BSU DEFENSE 2010

• DE Rob Wills was an all-region pick from Daktronics (2nd team) and Don Hansen’s Football Gazette (3rd team). • He ranked T-2nd in the conference in tackles for loss and 4th in sacks, sitting in the top 31 in both categories nationally. • LB Andrew Eagan, DE Jordan Lardinois, DB Brody Scheff and LB Cory Crosby were named Second-Team All-NSIC. DL Jake Zimmerman and LB Buckley Wright were on the honorable mention team. • Scheff was also a Daktronics All-Region Second-Team pick. • Nationally BSU finished 15th in pass defense (158.8 yards per game), 16th in scoring defense (16.9 points per game) and 18th total defense (279.9 yards per game).

2009

• 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.

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).

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RICH JAHNER I Associate Head Coach u Defensive Coordinator / Safeties u Minot (N.D.) State 1986 u 16th season at Bemidji State An original member of Jeff Tesch’s coaching staff, Rich Jahner enters his 16th season as Bemidji State’s defensive coordinator and recruiting coordinator and his ninth season with the title of Associate Head Coach. Jahner’s defense has produced two All-America picks in the last three seasons in Jake Anderson (LB, 2009) and Terrell Phelps (CB, 2008), while placing six players on the all-conference 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 five 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. The 2010 team ranked in the top 20 nationally in pass defense (15th, 158.8 yards per game), scoring defense (16th, 16.9 points per game) and total defense (18th, 279.9 yards per game). Seven BSU defenders earned All-NSIC nods in 2010, giving BSU a total of 66 All-NSIC picks on defense under Jahner. Fifty-one of those picks have come in the last nine 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 17 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 five 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 junior 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.

High School

New England St. Mary’s (N.D.)

Year

School

Position

College

Minot (N.D.) State ‘86 B.S., math-computer science

1987

Surrey H.S.

Def. Coordinator

Central Missouri State ‘92 M.S., physical education-exercise science Family

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wife Sheri son Trace(20); daughter Maris (17)

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


Bemidji State Football BRENT BOLTE I Co-Defensive Coordinator

BSU DEFENSE

u Co-Defensive Coordinator u Cornell College (Iowa) ‘98 u 12th season at Bemidji State Brent Bolte enters his 12th season on the Bemidji State coaching staff and his ninth 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. In 2010 the Beavers finished 18th in the nation in total defense, allowing 279.9 yards per game. Linebackers Cory Crosby and Andrew Eagan were the team’s top two tacklers and both earned second team conference honors, while Crosby’s 92 total tackles (55 assisted, 37 solo) led the team and finished second in the NSIC. Freshman linebacker Buckley Wright was Bolte named to the conference honorable mention team. During his nine years as linebacker coach, Bolte developed a First- or Second-Team All-NSIC selection each year. He upped the anti in 2009 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 of the BSU defensive unit for 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.

• 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

• 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 (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

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.

• 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).

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.

2002

BSU Position Players Under Bolte

2010 / Linebackers - Cory Crosby leads team, finishes second in the NSIC in tackles (37-55-92). Crosby and Andew Eagan (second on the team in tackles) were named Second-Team All-NSIC. Buckley Wright emerges as an honorable mention pick.

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.

AT-A-GLANCE

COACHING PROFILE

Born

July 7, 1977

...as an assistant coach

Birthplace

Waterloo, Iowa

High School

Tripoli (Iowa) HS

Year

School

Position

College

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

1999

Loras College

WR / QB

2000-p

Bemidji State

WR / LB / Asst DC

Family

wife Kim son Caden; daughter Beth

2011

• 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 13 points, recorded 23 tackles for loss and 10 sacks in final two games. • 7.5 sacks at NSU and 7 sacks vs UMC.

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2010

• Both WR Andrew Schultz and TE Brian Leonhardt were named to the All-NSIC First Team. • Schultz led the team in receptions and reception yards, also earning himself a spot on Don Hansen All-Region Three Third Team. • RB Dustin Kroeplin ran for 200 yards vs. NSU - first BSU RB to rush for over 200 yards since 2004. • Kroeplin and C Cory Immerman were named Second-Team All-NSIC. QB Derek Edholm, OL Davis Mickelson, FB Nate Solors and OL Brett DeLange earned honorable mention honors.

2009

• 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.

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 rec. 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

• 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.

ERIC MEDBERRY I Offensive Coordinator u Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks u Cornell College (Iowa) 2000 u Eighth season at Bemidji State Eric Medberry begins his eighth season at Bemidji State, the sixth season as an assistant coach after serving as a graduate assistant coach at BSU for the 2003 and 2004 seasons. Medberry returned to Jeff Tesch’s staff in 2006 after spending the 2005 season at Colorado College. He was named the offensive coordinator in 2007. Medberry currently coaches the Beavers’ quarterbacks and has a voice when it comes to BSU’s play calling as the offensive coordinator, conducting a BSU offense known for its efficiency and discipline, finishing as one of the top teams in passing efficiency, throwing the least amount of interceptions and committing the least penalties. In 2008, quarterback Derek Edholm, set the BSU single-season record for completions (193) and completion percentage (65.2) in his first full season under center. He threw 17 passes for touchdowns and totaled 2,136 passing yards, en route to a Second-Team All-NSIC appearance. Edholm was named to the conference’s first team in 2009 after posting Medberry a 160.61 passing efficiency mark that led the league, was eighth in the nation and second on BSU’s single-season chart. He finished the season with 33 touchdowns (eight rushing). In 2010 Edholm became the school’s career record holder in five different categories. He finished the season throwing 15 touchdowns and totaling 1,585 passing yards to get his third consecutive all-conference nod, this time on the honorable mention team. At Colorado College, Medberry oversaw the Tiger safeties and was special-teams coordinator. During his time as a graduate assistant (2003-04) Medberry mentored the program’s running backs, which included Eddie Acosta, BSU’s career record holder in yards (5,766) and rushing touchdowns (64). 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. As a player, Medberry was a two-year letterwinner at defensive back for Cornell (Iowa) and was special teams captain in 1998. He graduated from Cornell in 2000 and earned his masters degree in sports studies from Bemidji State in 2007. Medberry and his wife Ericka reside in Turtle River.

BSU Position Players Under Medberry

2010 / Quarterbacks - Derek Edholm was a Honorable Mention All-NSIC pick after throwing for 15 touchdowns and totaling 1,585 passing yards. He added three rushing touchdowns. Edholm finished tops in five categories on BSU’s career charts. 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, getting a Second-Team All-NSIC nod. 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.

2006

• 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.

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AT-A-GLANCE

COACHING PROFILE

Born

Oct 15, 1977

...as an assistant coach

Birthplace

West Union, Iowa

High School

West Central (Maynard, Iowa) HS

Year

College

Cornell College ‘00 B.S. English / secondary education Bemidji State ‘07 M.S. sports studies

Family

2011

wife Ericka

School

Position

2003-04 Bemidji State

Graduate Assistant / RB

2005

Colorado College

S / Special Teams Coord.

2006-p

Bemidji State

QB / Off Coordinator


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NEIL LINHART I Assistant Coach u Wide Receivers u Millikin University (Ill.) 2007 u Third 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 first season as an assistant coach after serving two seasons at BSU as graduate assistant. His primary responsibility will remain 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 Coaching History adding four touchdowns. 2007 Eureka College (Ill.).............. WR Schultz was the top receiver for BSU in 2010 after he recorded 29 2008 Eureka College (Ill.).....Off. Cord. receptions for 365 yards and four touchdowns. His efforts garnered 2009 Bemidji State....................... WR First-Team All-NSIC honors as a spot on All-Region Three Third Team 2010 Bemidji State....................... WR by Don Hansen’s Football Gazette. He also surpassed 1,000 career 2011 Bemidji State....................... WR receiving yards during the season. Linhart came to BSU after a two-year stint on the Eureka College (Ill.) coaching staff. He began his time at Eureka as wide receiver coach in 2007 before being promoted to the offensive coordinator post in 2008. Under Linhart’s direction, Eureka climbed to 23rd nationally in rushing yards per game, while 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.

• 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 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

JOE FERRARO I Assistant Coach u Running Backs u Bemidji State 2001 u First season at Bemidji State

THE FERRARO FILE

Born: .................................. Nov. 18, 1978 Birthplace: .................. Chisago City, Minn. High School: . ..... Forest Lake High School College: Bemidji State ‘01 B.S. in mathematics and education

Joe Ferraro is in his seventh year at Bemidji State but his first as a football graduate assistant after serving as the track/cross country graduate assistant and strength and conditioning coordinator for the 2010-11 season. He will serve as the running backs coach and the strength and condition coach Coaching History for all Division II programs. 2000 Bemidji High School.......... Asst. Previous to coming to Bemidji State he taught mathematics for 2001 Bemidji High School.......... Asst. more than seven years and was the assistant varsity football coach at 2002 Forest Lake High School... Asst. Bemidji High School, Forest Lake High School and Mora High. During 2003 Mora High School............. Asst. his five years at Mora not only did he teach and was an assistant 2004 Mora High School............. Asst. varsity football coach, but also he was the head track coach and the 2005 Mora High School............. Asst. strength coordinator. He was also a personal fitness trainer at Fitness 2006 Mora High School............. Asst. Together in Woodbury, Minn. for two years. 2007 Mora High School............. Asst. He is a certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS) as 2011 Bemidji State........................ RB well as a NSCA certified personal trainer, USA weightlifting sports performance coach and a USA Track and Field level 1 coach. Ferraro is a 2001 graduate of BSU. He started on the Beavers football team for two years before being forced to quit due to concussions. In 1997, he was special teams player of the year, a five-time conference champion in track and a former school shot put record holder.

2011

• 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.

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TRAINING STAFF

GORDON HAUG II I Assistant Coach u Defensive Line u Bemidji State 2009 u Fifth season at Bemidji State

Bekah Hessinger

Kassi Nordmeyer

VIDEO COORDINATORS

Shaun Howard

FACULTY REPRESENTATIVE

Gordie Haug begins his fifth season as a part of the BSU coaching staff and his first as an assistant coach after serving two season’s as a graduate assistant coach. After working two seasons as a student assistant Coaching History for linebackers, his primary responsibility as 2007 Bemidji State.........................LB a graduate assistant was overseeing the 2008 Bemidji State.........................LB Beavers’ running backs and assist in strength Bemidji State........................ RB and conditioning. Now as an assistant he will return to the Gang 2009 2010 Bemidji State........................ RB Green defense and serve as the defensive line coach. 2011 Bemidji State.........................DL 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). In his second season as a graduate assistant coach the offense rushed for more than 290 yards on three occasions. Kroeplin ran for 200 yards against Northern State (Oct. 30) to record the 19th 200-plus yard game at BSU since 1980 and the first since 2004. He finished the season as a Second-Team All-NSIC pick after he posted 80.2 yards per game and nine touchdowns on the ground. .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 studentassistant coach. Since 2007, he’s been involved with coaching on offense, defense and special teams, while recruiting and working in strength and conditioning. .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.

u Cornerbacks u St. Cloud State 2010 u Second season at Bemidji State

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

Karson Pike begins his second season as a graduate assistant at Bemidji State, primarily working with the cornerbacks. In his first season at BSU, Pike guided Brody Scheff to Second-Team All-NSIC and Second-Team Daktronics, Inc. Super Region Coaching History #3 honors. Scheff finished third on the team 2007 Central Lakes College... QB/WR in tackles with 72 (32s-40a). He was second 2008 Central Lakes College... QB/WR on the team in pass break-ups with five and recovered one fumble. 2009 Central Lakes College... QB/WR Pike arrived at BSU for the 2010 season after spending the 2010 Bemidji State........................ DB previous three seasons on the Central Lakes College (Brainerd, 2011 Bemidji State........................ DB 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.

Doug Leif

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

KARSON PIKE I Assistant Coach

Bill Crews

Cory Knapp

THE HAUG FILE

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2011


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.

ATHLETIC MEDIA RELATIONS

THE TRAXLER FILE

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

Dax Larson

Coaching History 1988 1989 1994 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

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 Bemidji State........................ OL

GEORGE PERCAK-DENNETT I Assistant Coach u Linebackers u Bemidji State 2012 u First season at Bemidji State

THE PERCAK-DENNETT FILE Born: . .............................. Sept. 27, 1988 Birthplace: ....................... Wasilla, Alaska High School: . .......... Wasilla High School College: Bemidji State 2012 education major

George Percak-Dennett will serve as a student assistant coach for the 2011 season, helping with the linebackers, after spending four seasons (2007-10) as a player for the Beavers. Coaching History In 2010 he started seven games at 2011 Bemidji State.........................LB linebacker before suffering a careerending injury. He totalled 21 tackles, 10 solo, recorded six tackles for loss, which included 2.0 sacks, knocking back the opposing offense a total of 16 yards. Percak-Dennett was a 2010 Fall Academic All-NSIC Team member. His sophomore season, Percak-Dennett found himself in the linebacker rotation early as a sophomore. He played in 10 games making two starts for the Beavers and 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. He was a member of the NSIC AllAcademic Team. He made an appearance in all 11 contests and started six as a redshirt freshman. Percak-Dennett totaled 38 tackles (21 solo), 4.0 tackles for loss (-6) 1.5 sacks and a quarterback hurry in 2008. He was seventh on the team with 21 solo tackles. and finished fifth among his peers with 4.0 tackles for loss. He earned three letters in football and two in soccer at Wasilla High School in Wasilla, Alaska. He is majoring in education while at Bemidji State.

2011

Dax Larson is in his third year as the Assistant Director of Athletic Media Relations at Bemidji State University. Larson will serve as the football, men’s basketball, women’s basketball and baseball contact for the 2011-12 season. Larson, a 2007 graduate of Minnesota State University, Mankato, was announced as assistant director in July of 2009 after serving two years as a graduate assistant in the Athletic Communications office at Minnesota State. At MSU, Larson served as the primary contact for women’s soccer, NCAA Division I women’s hockey, baseball and men’s and women’s golf, while assisting with all of Minnesota State’s 23 sports. During his tenure as a graduate assistant, MSU hosted multiple NCAA events, including the national indoor track and field championships, regional women’s basketball, soccer and wrestling tournaments and multiple conference tournament games. Larson served as the wrestling contact for the MSU wrestling team at the 2009 NCAA Championships in Houston, Texas, where the Mavericks finished third in the nation and crowned a national champion at 149-pounds. He traveled with the women’s hockey team during both seasons, which included a trip to Minneapolis, Minn. for the Western Collegiate Hockey Association Final Face-Off. The Bloomingon, Minn. native graduated from MSU with a degree in mass communications with an emphasis in public relations. He earned his Master of Science degree in sport management at Minnesota State in the spring of 2009. Larson lives in Bemidji with his wife Callie.

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2011 NUMERICAL ROSTER No Name Pos Exp 1 Charles Hrdlicka CB Jr-2L 2 Lance Rongstad QB Jr-2L 3 Brandon Miles RB Sr-3L 4 Alex Hass QB So-1L 5 Dusty Sluzewicz S Sr-3L 6 Sam King QB Fr-RS 7 Justin Lee WR Jr-2L 7a Billy Binstock RB Fr-HS 8 Brandon Seiffert WR Fr-RS 9 Tyler Irvin QB Fr-HS 10 Jody Henningson WR Sr-3L 11 Cameron Abram WR Sr-3L 12 Christian Metz WR Jr-2L 12a Skip Womack RB Fr-HS 13 Alex Lepp WR Fr-RS 14 Beau Wakefield WR Jr-2L 15 Luke Knutson OLB Sr-3L 16 Dylan Valentine DB Fr-HS 17 Jake Schmidt S Sr-3L 18 Scott Christensen DB Fr-RS 19 Dan Christensen OLB Jr-2L 20 Blake Sczepanski LB Sr-2L 21 Nathan Adams DL Fr-RS 22 Nick Grewe RB So-TR 23 Chais Wakefield K/P Fr-RS 23a Tyler Schulz DB Fr-HS 24 Larry Miller DB So-1L 24a Robbie Miller RB Fr-HS 25 Brad Hemling RB Jr-2L 25a Matt Bergman RB Fr-HS 26 Connor Quinn ILB Fr-HS 26a Dalton Rolland TE Fr-HS 27 Jermell Harris RB Fr-HS 28 Jared Flaata RB Fr-RS 28a Dan White DB Fr-HS 29 Desean Waters WR Fr-HS 30 Brent Kondziolka RB So-1L 30a Zach Waxvik DB Fr-HS 31 Tony Peterson RB Fr-HS 32 Brody Scheff S Sr-3L 33 Jake Kelly S Jr-2L 34 Luke Gerding DB Fr-RS 34a Aaron Pipenhagen TE Fr-HS 35 Alex Mock LB Sr-3L 36 Brian Grant DB Fr-HS 37 Zach Pulkinen K So-1L 38 Troy Dale TE Jr-2L 39 Jesse Sundby K/P Sr-3L 40 Isaac Carlson S So-1L 41 Todd Kallroos DB Fr-RS 42 Jason Bromm LB So-1L 43 Dustin Kroeplin RB Jr-2L 44 Evan Olson LB Fr-RS 45 Cory Crosby ILB Jr-2L 46 Colton Blascyk DB Fr-HS

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2011 ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. 67 11 21 73 79 25a 96 7a 46 78 42 58 49 40 74 19 18 62 45 38 63 71 91 28 80 82 34 36 22 93 27 4 25 10 1 65 9 41 33 72 99 6 15 30 43 97 7 88 13 69 70 56 50 12 68 3 24

NAME Tyler Abrahamson Cameron Abram Nathan Adams Jordan Anderson Aaron Bartholomew Matt Bergman Josh Beste Billy Binstock Colton Blascyk Alex Boelter Jason Bromm BJ Bueckers Greg Button Isaac Carlson Nick Chiono Dan Christensen Scott Christensen Matt Coen-Tuff Cory Crosby Troy Dale Brett DeLange Dustin Dowd Ethan Favor-Jackson Jared Flaata Matt Gandrud Josh Genske Luke Gerding Brian Grant Nick Grewe Taylor Harren Jermell Harris Alex Hass Brad Hemling Jody Henningson Charles Hrdlicka Cory Immerman Tyler Irvin Todd Kallroos Jake Kelly Kevin Kepler Dan Kiebler Sam King Luke Knutson Brent Kondziolka Dustin Kroeplin Garrett Lee Justin Lee Brian Leonhardt Alex Lepp Kevin Longtin Alexander Lutton Jared Mack Alonzo Melton Christian Metz Davis Mickelson Brandon Miles Larry Miller

2011

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

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

WT 308 200 244 319 265 209 256 159 197 336 215 243 209 193 301 228 182 273 240 246 297 314 220 189 210 240 164 201 220 231 164 199 204 199 173 278 207 179 200 217 262 186 224 222 238 250 193 253 163 206 311 215 275 182 303 192 184

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

HOMETOWN (PREVIOUS SCHOOL) New Brighton, Minn. (Irondale HS) Brooklyn Park, Minn. (Osseo HS) Litchfield, Minn. (Litchfield HS) Newfolden, Minn. (Marshall County Central HS) Mahtomedi, Minn. (Mahtomedi HS) Angora, Minn. (Cook HS) East Grand Forks, Minn. (East Grand Forks HS) Mandan, N.D. (Mandan HS) Kensington, Minn. (West Central Area HS) South St. Paul, Minn. (South St. Paul HS) South Barrington, Ill. (Barrington HS) Avon, Minn. (Albany HS) Eau Claire, Wis. (Eau Claire North HS) Fergus Falls, Minn. (Fergus Falls HS) DeForest, Wis. (DeForest HS) Chicago, Ill. (Amos Alonzo Stagg HS) Stockbridge, Ga. (Dutchtown HS) Grand Forks, N.D. (Red River HS) Cold Spring, Minn. (Racori HS) Portland, N.D. (May-Port CG HS) Plainfield, Ill. (Plainfield Central HS) Brooklyn Park, Minn. (Park Center HS) Alexandria, Minn. (Jefferson HS) Cottage Grove, Minn. (Park HS) Elk River, Minn. (Elk River HS) Waconia, Minn. (Southwest Minnesota State) Blaine, Minn. (Spring Lake Park HS) Mundelein, Ill. (Mundelein HS) Hewitt, Minn. (Central Lakes College) Marietta, Ga. (Sprayberry HS) Orland Park, Ill. (Carl Sandburg HS) Milaca, Minn. (Milaca HS) Richland Center, WIs. (Richland Center HS) North Aurora, Ill. (Kaneland HS) Wolf Lake, Minn. (Menahga HS) Becker, Minn. (Becker HS) Cokato, Minn. (Dassel-Cokato HS) Tenstrike, Minn. (Blackduck HS) Alpharetta, Ga. (Chattahoochee HS) New Brighton, Minn. (Irondale HS) Franken Park, Ill. (West Leyden HS) Grand Forks, N.D. (Red River HS) Bagley, Minn. (Bagley HS) Orland, Ill. (Carl Sandburg HS) Withee, Wis. (Owen-Withee HS) Otsego, Minn. (Rogers HS) Elgin, Ill. (Central HS) Blaine, Minn. (Spring Lake Park HS) Green Bay, Wis. (Ashwaubenon HS) Plummer, Minn. (Red Lake County Central HS) Anchorage, Alaska (Diamond HS) Cavalier, N.D. (Cavalier HS) Minneapolis, Minn. (Patrick Henry HS) Cambridge, Minn. (Cambridge-Isanti HS) Elbow Lake, Minn. (Ashby HS) Kenai, Alaska (Kenai HS) Dallas, Texas (Duncanville HS)


Bemidji State Football 2011 ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. 24a 35 84 64 44 61 53 86 66 94 89 76 31 34a 37 26 90 54 26a 2 77 87 32 17 23a 20 8 95 5 81 92 39 98 59 75 83 16 14 23 29 30a 28a 12a 47 48

NAME Robbie Miller Alex Mock Jordan Noskowiak Jordan Oien Evan Olson Chris Ostby Derek Ostman Taylor Otto Steve Pappas Wayne Paulus Blayze Petersen Dylan Peterson Tony Peterson Aaron Pipenhagen Zach Pulkinen Connor Quinn J.J. Reinke Jared Roelofs Dalton Rolland Lance Rongstad Brock Russell Nick Saponara Brody Scheff Jake Schmidt Tyler Schulz Blake Sczepanski Brandon Seifert Matthew Shaver Dusty Sluzewicz Jon Smith Mario Stephens Jesse Sundby Bryan Syrstad Jarad Syrstad Andrew Tibbs Zach Tidd Dylan Valentine Beau Wakefield Chais Wakefield Desean Waters Zach Waxvik Dan White Skip Womack Buckley Wright Gary Young

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

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

WT 219 222 223 319 229 276 277 170 300 260 191 317 187 236 196 221 247 237 192 204 245 200 206 190 182 231 152 300 210 183 257 216 262 173 262 178 177 167 169 181 185 178 211 225 254

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

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Buckley Wright LB So-1L Gary Young DL So-1L Greg Button OLB Fr-HS Alonzo Melton OL Jr-2L Derek Ostman OL Fr-HS Jared Roelofs DE Fr-RS Jared Mack ILB Fr-HS BJ Bueckers DL Fr-RS Jarad Syrstad OLB Fr-HS Chris Ostby OL Fr-HS Matt Coen-Tuff OL Fr-RS Brett DeLange OL Jr-2L Jordan Oien OL So-1L Cory Immerman OL Sr-3L Steve Pappas OL Sr-3L Tyler Abrahamson OL So-1L Davis Mickelson OL Sr-3L Kevin Longtin DL Fr-HS Alexander Lutton OL So-1L Dustin Dowd OL Fr-RS Kevin Kepler DL Fr-RS Jordan Anderson OL Sr-3L Nick Chiono OL Fr-HS Andrew Tibbs OL Fr-HS Dylan Peterson OL Fr-RS Brock Russell DL Fr-HS Alex Boelter OL Fr-RS Aaron Bartholomew OL Fr-RS Matt Gandrud WR Jr-2L Jon Smith WR Fr-HS Josh Genske TE Fr-RS Zach Tidd WR Fr-RS Jordan Noskowiak TE Fr-HS Taylor Otto WR Fr-HS Nick Saponara WR Fr-HS Brian Leonhardt TE Jr-2L Blayze Petersen WR So-1L J.J. Reinke DL Fr-RS Ethan Favor-Jackson DL Fr-HS Mario Stephens DL Fr-HS Taylor Harren DL Fr-HS Wayne Paulus DL Fr-RS Matthew Shaver DL So-1L Josh Beste DL Sr-3L Garrett Lee DL Jr-2L Bryan Syrstad DL Jr-2L Dan Kiebler DL Fr-RS

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Josh BESTE Colton BLASCYK BJ BUECKERS Nick CHIONO Jared FLAATA Matt GANDRUD

BEST-ee BLAY-sick beckers chi-ON-oh flat-AH GAND-rude

Charles HRDLICKA Todd KALLROOS Luke KNUTSON Brent KONDZIOLKA Dustin KROEPLIN Brian LEONHARDT

Herd-LICH-ka kal-roos kah-NOOT-son kond-z-oh-ka CROP-lin lee-ON-hart

Jordan OIEN Steve PAPPAS Jared ROELOFS Blake SCZEPANSKI Dusty SLUZEWICZ

OH-in pop-us roll-offs SHA-pan-ski SLOOZ-which

2011

BEAVER FOOTBALL

19


CAMERON ABRAM

(10/4/08); Rushing Touchdowns: 1 at St. Cloud State (10/4/08).

of his passes, for nearly 1,700 yards, while throwing 25 touchdowns.

Wide Receiver

Abram: Receiving Stats

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.

Senior I 5-9 I 200

11

Brooklyn Park, Minn. Osseo High School

2010 (Jr.): Started nine and played in 11 games at wide receiver... Caught 17 passes for 174 yards, averaging 10.2 yards per catch and 15.8 yards per game... Had three receptions for 41 yards against Upper Iowa (10/2/10), bringing in a season-long 21 yard catch... Recorded 20 or more yards in five games, which included two catches for 32 yards at Southwest Minnesota State (9/18/10). 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). 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). 2007 (RS): Sat out entire season as a red shirt. 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

20

BEAVER FOOTBALL

Year 2007 2008 2009 2010 Career

G No. Redshirt 9 24 10 14 11 17 24 46

YDS

AVG

TD

LONG

163 384 174 645

6.8 27.4 10.2 14.0

1 3 0 4

16 82 21 82

YDS

AVG

TD

LONG

127 0 0 127

6.7 0.0 0.0 6.7

1 0 0 1

30 0 0 30

AVG

TD

LONG

Abram: Rushing Stats Year G RUSH 2007 Redshirt 2008 9 19 2009 0 0 2010 0 0 Career 9 19

Abram: Kick Return Stats Year G No. 2007 Redshirt 2008 9 7 2009 10 2 2010 0 0 Career 19 9

YDS 150 17 0 167

21.4 8.5 0.0 18.6

0 0 0 0

39 17 0 39

JORDAN ANDERSON Offensive Line Senior I 6-2 I 319

73

Newfolden, Minn. Marshall County Central H.S.

2010 (Jr): Played eight games and started four on the offensive line... Was a 2010 Fall Academic All-NSIC Team member. Was a part of an offensive line that paved the way for a Beaver offense that averaged 187.1 yards per game and scored 16 touchdowns on the ground... The unit opened holes for running back Dustin Kroeplin who averaged 80.2 yards per game and rushed for 200 yards against Northern State (Oct. 30)... The BSU running attack went over 200 yards five times, including twice over 300 yards... Protected quarterback Derek Edholm as he averaged 144.1 yards through the air and connected with BSU wide receivers for 15 touchdowns... Was an effective piece of a Beaver squad that was second in the NSIC in red zone offense, scoring 35-of-39 (89.7%) times inside the opposition’s 20 yard line. 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

2011

Personal: Jordan Kevin Anderson... Born April 16, 1990.. Son of Marc and Gloria Osowski... Is a math education major with an emphasis in coaching.

JOSH BESTE Defensive Line Senior I 6-1 I 256

96

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

2010 (Jr): Played in nine games as a reserve defensive lineman... Recorded 20 tackles, eight solo... Sacked the quarterback twice, knocking back the opposing offense 20 total yards... Forced two fumbles and broke-up two passes... Was a 2010 Fall Academic All-NSIC Team member. Totalled a career-best four tackles (three solo), a sack (-11 yards) and forced two fumbles against U-Mary (10/23/10)... Earned his other sack against Northern State (10/ 30/10)... Recorded two or more tackles in seven games, notching three assisted tackles at Concordia-St. Paul (10/9/10) and Minnesota, Crookston (11/13/10). 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.


Bemidji State Football Career Highs: Tackles: 4 vs. U-Mary (10/23/10); Solo Tackles: 3 vs. U-Mary (10/23/10); Assisted Tackles: 3 at Concordia-St. Paul (10/9/10) and vs. Minnesota, Crookston (11/13/10); Sacks: 1 vs U-Mary (10/23/10) and vs. Northern State (10/30/10); TFL: 1.0, three times; Interceptions: none; Fumbles: none.

Beste: Defensive Stats

Year G UT-AT-TT TFL SK 2007 Redshirt 2008 6 3-3-6 1.0-1 0.0-0 2009 9 0-6-6 0.0-0 0.0-0 2009 9 8-12-20 2.0-20 2.0-20 Career 24 11-21-32 3.0-21 2.0-20

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

0 0 2 2

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.

JASON BROMM

49

Linebacker

Sophomore I 6-0 I 215

South Barrington, Ill. Barrington H.S.

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

2010 (So): Sat out entire 2010 season as a redshirt. 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. 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. 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.

Bromm: Defensive Stats Year 2009 Career

G 7 7

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

2010 (So): Played in 10 games with two starts at the outside linebacker position... Finished with 26 tackles (seven solo)... Totalled two tackles for loss, knocking back the opposing offense 15 yards... His one and a half sacks totalled 14 lost yardage... Added one interception with a 10 yard return and a pass break-up. Posted a career-high seven tackles (two solo), including a half tackle for loss versus Upper Iowa (10/ 2/10)... Picked-off his first pass in the green and white at MSU Moorhead (10/16/10), adding four tackles (two solo), a sack and one pass break-up... Recorded five tackles (one solo) and a half sack (eight yards) versus U-Mary (10/23/10)... Posted at least three tackles in five consecutive games 9/2510/23.

TFL 0.0-0 0.0-0

SK 0.0-0 0.0-0

INT PBU 0-0 0 0-0 0

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. Career Highs: Tackles: 7 vs. Upper Iowa (10/2/10); Solo Tackles: 2, three times; Assisted Tackles: 5 vs. Upper Iowa (10/2/10); Sacks: 1 at Northern State (9/26/09 and at MSU Moorhead (10/16/10); TFL: 1 at Northern State (9/26/09) and at MSU Moorhead (10/16/10); Interceptions: 1 at MSU Moorhead (10/16/10; Fumbles: none.

Christensen: Defensive Stats

Year G UT-AT-TT TFL SK 2008 Redshirt 2009 9 4-3-7 1.0-14 1.0-14 2010 10 7-19-26 2.0-15 1.5-14 11-22-33 3.0-29 2.5-28 Career 19

Linebacker

Junior I 6-1 I 228

Chicago, Ill. Amos Alonzo Stagg H.S.

19

0-0 1-10 1-10

0 2 2

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. 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: 15 at Concordia-St. Paul (10/9/10); Solo Tackles: 7 at Concordia-St. Paul (10/9/10); Assisted Tackles: 8 vs. Augustana (9/11/10) and at ConcordiaSt. Paul (10/9/10); Sacks: 1.0, three times; TFL: 1.5 at Southwest Minnesota State (9/18/10) and vs. Upper Iowa (10/2/10); Interceptions: 1 vs. Upper Iowa (10/2/10); Fumbles: 1 at MSU Moorhead (10/16/10).

Crosby: Defensive Stats Year 2008

G

45

UT-AT-TT

TFL

SK

INT PBU

Redshirt

2009 2010 Career

CORY CROSBY Linebacker

Junior I 6-0 I 240

DAN CHRISTENSEN

INT PBU

on the team... Totalled 6.5 tackles for loss, forcing the opposing offense back a total of 22 yards... Posted two sacks (-13 yards)... His one interception was returned 10 yards for his first collegiate touchdown... Added a forced fumble that he recovered himself... Was a 2010 Fall Academic All-NSIC Team member. Posted more than 10 tackles in five games, including a team season-high 15 tackles (seven solo) at Concordia-St. Paul (10/9/10)... Crossed the goal line for the first time in his career against Upper Iowa (10/2/10), adding six tackles (two solo) with 1.5 tackles for loss... Recorded 13 tackles (five solo) against Augustana (9/11/10)... Finished with 11 tackles against U-Mary (10/23/10) and at St. Cloud State (11/6/10)... Forced and recovered a fumble, while adding 10 tackles (four solo) and a sack (-4 yards) at MSU Moorhead (10/16/10)... Recorded a sack, resulting in nine lost yards with six tackles (five solo) and 1.5 tackles for loss (-11) at Southwest Minnesota State (9/18/10).

11 11 22

22-30-52 3.0-11 1.0-8 37-55-92 6.5-22 2.0-13 59-85-144 9.5-33 3.0-21

0-0 1-10 1-10

0 1 1

Cold Spring, Minn. Racori H.S.

2010 (So): Started all 11 games at linebacker... Earned Second-Team All-NSIC honors... Led the team and ranked second in the NSIC in tackles with 92, 37 of which were solo efforts that also was tops

2011

BEAVER FOOTBALL

21


TROY DALE

BRETT DeLANGE Offensive Line

38

Tight End

Junior I 6-0 I 246

Junior I 6-1 I 297

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

Plainfield, Ill. Plainfield Central H.S.

2010 (So): Played in nine games and started one at the tight end/fullback position. Was an extension of an offensive line that paved the way for a Beaver offense that averaged 334.1 yards and 25.2 points per game... The unit opened holes for a BSU running attack that went over 200 yards five times, including twice over 300 yards... Protected quarterback Derek Edholm as he averaged 144.1 yards through the air and connected with BSU wide receivers for 15 touchdowns. 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 Year 2008

G

RUSH

YDS

AVG

TD

LONG

2 0 2

1 0 1

0.5 0.0 0.5

0 0 0

1 0 1

REC

YDS

AVG

TD

LONG

5 0 5

57 0 57

11.4 0.0 11.4

1 0 1

26 0 26

Redshirt

2009 7 2010 9 Career 16

Dale: Receiving Stats Year G 2008 Redshirt 2009 7 2010 9 Career 16

22

63

BEAVER FOOTBALL

2010 (So): Started all 11 games at left guard... Was on the North Division All-NSIC Honorable Mention Team. Was a key member of an offensive line that paved the way for a Beaver offense that averaged 187.1 yards per game and scored 16 touchdowns on the ground... The unit opened holes for running back Dustin Kroeplin who averaged 80.2 yards per game and rushed for 200 yards against Northern State (Oct. 30)... The BSU running attack went over 200 yards five times, including twice over 300 yards... Protected quarterback Derek Edholm as he averaged 144.1 yards through the air and connected with BSU wide receivers for 15 touchdowns... Was an effective piece of a Beaver squad that was second in the NSIC in red zone offense, scoring 35-of-39 (89.7%) times inside the opposition’s 20 yard line. 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.

2011

MATT GANDRUD Wide Receiver Junior I 6-2 I 210

80

Elk River, Minn. Elk River High School

2010 (So): Appeared in nine games... Used mostly on special teams... Recorded six tackles, four solo efforts... Caught one pass for six yards as a wide receiver... Blocked two extra points, one against Upper Iowa (10/2/10) and the other versus U-Mary (10/ 23/10)... His only multi-tackle game came at MSU Moorhead (10/16/10), making two solo tackles... Was a 2010 Fall Academic All-NSIC Team member. 2009 (Fr): Saw the field in 11 games, mostly on special teams... Finished his first season with six tackles (five solo)... Made his first collegiate tackle vs. Winona State (9/12/10). 2008 (RS): Sat out entire 2008 season as a redshirt. Prior to BSU: Led the Elk River Elks in receiving his senior season with 25 receptions for 230 yards... Played in seven games to pull in a 32.9 yards per game average... Rushed four times for 41 yards... On the defensive side of the ball he posted 14 tackles (eight solo) and two interceptions... In the season opener against Anoka High School he caught four passes for a season-high 56 yards, while rushing once for 19 yards and recording one tackle. Personal: Matthew Todd Gandrud... Born Jan. 1, 1990... Son of Todd & Connie Gandrud... A business administration and sport management major.

Gandrud: Receiving Stats Year G ATT 2008 Redshirt 2009 11 0 2010 9 1 Career 20 1

YDS

AVG

TD

LONG

0 6 6

0.0 6.0 6.0

0 0 0

0 6 6

BRAD HEMLING Running Back Junior I 5-11 I 204

25

Richland Center, Wis. Richland Center H.S.

2010 (So): Saw the field in eight games as a reserve in the backfield... Rushed 25 times for 149 yards (5.8 ydspatt) to rank fifth on the team in rushing... Ran for a season-high 64 yards on six attempts in the season finale versus Minnesota, Crookston (11/13/10)... Had his season-long carry of 20 yards against UMC. 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 Ralph and Stacie Hemling…Undecided on an academic major.


Bemidji State Football Career Highs: Attempts: 12 at Minnesota, Crookston (10/17/09); Rushing Yards: 64 vs. Minnesota, Crookston (11/13/10); Long Rush: 20 vs. Minnesota, Crookston (11/13/10); Touchdowns: 1 at Minnesota, Crookston (10/17/09).

Hemling: Rushing Stats Year G ATT 2008 Redshirt 2009 9 25 2010 8 25 Career 17 50

YDS

AVG

TD

LONG

80 145 225

3.2 5.8 4.5

1 0 1

10 20 20

JODY HENNINGSON Wide Receiver Senior I 5-11 I 199

10

North Aurora, Ill. Kaneland High

2010 (Jr): Played in all 11 contests with four starts at the wide receiver position... Brought down 21 receptions for 251 yards, which was good for third on the team in both categories... Averaged 12.0 yards per catch and 22.8 yards per game... Rushed once for 23 yards and posted one tackle... His 251 yards receiving was a career-high. Caught four passes twice, going for 47 yards at Minot State (8/26/10) and a season-high 50 yards at Southwest Minnesota State (9/18/10)... Had a season-long 30 yard reception at Minnesota Duluth (9/25/10)... Had at least one reception in 10 of 11 contests and recorded 20 or more yards in five games. 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 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).

Henningson: Receiving Stats Year 2008 2009 2010 Career

G 11 11 11 33

REC 26 19 21 66

YDS 225 240 251 716

AVG 8.7 12.6 12.0 10.8

Henningson: Kick Return Stats Year 2008 2009 2009 Career

G 11 11 11 33

No. 12 0 0 12

YDS 226 0 0 226

AVG 18.8 0.0 0.0 18.8

TD 0 5 0 5

LONG 30 33 30 33

TD LONG 0 31 0 0 0 0 0 31

CHARLES HRDLICKA Defensive Back Junior I 5-9 I 173

1

(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: 6 at Minnesota Duluth (9/25/10); 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: 2 at MSU Moorhead (10/16/10) and vs. Northern State (11/13/10).

Hrdlicka: Defensive Stats

Year G UT-AT-TT 2008 Redshirt 2009 11 11-17-28 2010 11 17-8-25 Career 22 28-25-53

TFL

SK

0.5-1 0.0-0 0.5-1

Hrdlicka: Kick Return Stats Year 2008 2009 2010 Career

G No. Redshirt 11 11 11 3 22 14

INT

PBU

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

3 6 9

YDS

AVG

154 31 185

14.0 10.3 13.2

TD LONG 0 0 0

25 23 25

CORY IMMERMAN Center

Senior I 6-0 I 278

Wolf Lake, Minn. Mehahga High School

2010 (So): Played in all 11 games with 10 starts at cornerback... Totaled 25 tackles, 17 solo efforts... Led the team with six pass break-ups... Returned three kickoffs for a total of 31 yards. Posted a seven-tackle night at Minnesota Duluth (9/25/10) which included a career-high six solo tackles... Recorded four tackles (all solo) and two pass break-ups at MSU Moorhead (10/16/10)... Also had two break-ups against Northern State (10/30/10)... Had three or more tackles in five games. 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

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Becker, Minn. Becker High School

2010 (Jr): Was the Beavers’ starting center in all 11 games... Earned North Division Second-Team AllNSIC honors. Was the leader of an offensive line that paved the way for a Beaver offense that averaged 187.1 yards per game and scored 16 touchdowns on the ground... The unit opened holes for running back Dustin Kroeplin who averaged 80.2 yards per game and rushed for 200 yards against Northern State (Oct. 30)... The BSU running attack went over 200 yards five times, including twice over 300 yards... Protected quarterback Derek Edholm as he averaged 144.1 yards through the air and connected with BSU wide receivers for 15 touchdowns... Was an effective piece of a Beaver squad that was second in the NSIC in red zone offense, scoring 35-of-39 (89.7%) times inside

BEAVER FOOTBALL

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the opposition’s 20 yard line. 2009 (So): Started 10 games at center despite battling injuries down the stretch... Earned SecondTeam All-NSIC honors. Served 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.

LUKE KNUTSON Linebacker

Senior I 6-0 I 224

15

2010 (Jr): Played in seven games and started four at the linebacker position before suffering a seasonending injury... Piled-up 21 tackles, 11 coming from solo efforts... Tallied 5.5 tackles for loss, totaling 23 lost yards... Had one sack for a four yard loss... Picked-up a fumble and returned it 67 yards for his first-career touchdown... Forced one fumble. His 67-yard return (at Minnesota Duluth, 9/25/10) was the first fumble return for a touchdown by a BSU player since 2004... Posted six tackles (two solo), including a half tackle for loss against Augustana (9/11/10)... Added five tackles (three solo), one for loss, in the game with UMD... Totaled four tackles (two for loss) and a tackle for loss (-10 yards) against Upper Iowa (10/2/10)... Recorded his one sack in the season-opener at Minot State (8/26/10) resulting in a four yard loss.

BEAVER FOOTBALL

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 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, three times; TFL: 3.0 at Wayne State (10/11/08); Interceptions: none; PBU: none.

Knutson: Defensive Stats

Bagley, Minn. Bagley H.S.

24

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.

Year G UT-AT-TT 2007 Redshirt 2008 11 17-22-39 2009 10 10-13-23 2010 7 11-10-21 Career 28 38-45-83

TFL

SK

INT

PBU

8.0-41 3.0-11 5.5-23 16.5-75

3.0-25 0.0-0 1.0-4 4.0-29

0.0 0-0 0-0 0-0

0 0 0 0

DUSTIN KROEPLIN Running Back

Sophomore I 5-11 I 238

43

Withee, Wis. Owen-Withee High School

2010 (So): Played in 10 games with seven starts at running back... Was named Second-Team All-NSIC for the second consecutive season... Gained 802 yards on the ground on 151 attempts for a 5.3 yards

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per carry and 80.2 yards per game average to rank fourth in the league in rushing yards per game... Scored nine rushing touchdowns and added one receiving score... Led the team and finished sixth in the league in scoring with 62 points (6.2 ppg)... BSU was 6-1 when Kroeplin scored a touchdown. Ran for a career-long 45 yards that resulted in a touchdown against Northern State (10/30/10)... Totaled a career-high 200 yards against NSU and added two touchdowns to become the first BSU back to rush for 200 or more yards since 2004 and the 19th at BSU since 1980... The mark also ranked as the top single-game rushing performance in the NSIC in 2010 and was one of 51 200-plus yard games by Division II student-athletes. Found the end zone twice on three occasions (9/18, 10/2, 10/30)... Posted 113 total yards and two touchdowns at Southwest Minnesota State (10/18/10) on 96 yards and two scores on the ground and one reception for 17 yards... Added a two-point conversion against SMSU for 16 points that tied a career-high... Rushed for 78 yards and two touchdowns against Upper Iowa (10/2/10)... Posted 93 yards on 16 carries at St. Cloud State (11/6/10)... Ran for 91 yards and a touchdown at MSU Moorhead (10/16/10)... Caught a 16-yard touchdown pass against Minnesota, Crookston (11/13/10) with 42 yards on the ground on three carries. 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.


Bemidji State Football 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: 200 vs. Northern State (10/30/10); Long Rush: 45 vs. Northern State (10/30/10); Rushing Touchdowns: 2, five times; 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, three times.

Kroeplin: Rushing Stats Rec G 2008 Redshirt 2009 11 2010 10 Career 21

Att

Yds

Avg.

TD

Lg

200 151 351

952 802 1,754

4.8 5.3 5.0

10 9 19

27 45 45

Kroeplin: Receiving Stats Rec G 2008 Redshirt 2009 11 2010 10 Career 21

Rec.

Yds

Avg.

TD

Lg

15 8 23

163 65 228

10.9 8.1 9.9

2 1 3

56 17 56

JUSTIN LEE Wide Receiver Junior I 5-8 I 193

7

Elgin, Ill. Central High School

2010 (So): Saw the field in nine games at the wide receiver position... Along with teammate Lance Rongstad, were the only two players in the NSIC to record a touchdown passing, rushing and receiving during the regular season... Recorded 11 receptions for 155 yards and a team-leading five touchdowns... Averaged 14.1 yards per reception and 17.2 yards per game... Rushed 12 times for 56 yards and one touchdown... Threw two passes, one for a 17-yard touchdown and the other for an interception... Finished third on the team in scoring with 36 points. Caught his first-career touchdown pass against Upper Iowa (10/2/10) and added receiving scores at MSU Moorhead (10/16/10) and Northern State (10/30/10), with a career-high two touchdowns at St. Cloud State (11/6/10)... Rushed once for a season-high 24 yards and a touchdown at Minot State (8/26/10)... Threw his first-career touchdown to Andrew Schultz at Minnesota Duluth (9/25/10)... Set season-highs in receptions (4) and yards (50), with one touchdown at MSU Moorhead... Caught two passes for 38 yards, including a season-best 27-yard reception, with a touchdown against NSU. 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 two-catch, 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... Son of Mike and Bev Lee... 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) and at Minot State (8/26/10); Receptions: 4 at Minnesota State (9/5/090) and at MSU Moorhead (10/16/10); Receiving Yards: 64 at Northern State (9/26/09); Long Reception: 54 at Northern State (9/26/09); Receiving Touchdowns: 2 at St. Cloud State (11/6/10).

Lee: Rushing Stats

Year G RUSH YDS 2007 Redshirt 2008 Redshirt-injury 2009 6 17 108 2010 9 12 56 Career 15 29 164

Lee: Receiving Stats

Year G REC YDS 2007 Redshirt 2008 Redshirt-injury 2009 6 15 160 2010 9 11 155 Career 15 26 315

AVG

TD

LONG

6.4 4.7 5.7

1 1 2

25 24 25

AVG

TD

LONG

10.7 14.1 12.1

0 5 5

54 27 54

Tight End

2009 (Fr): Leonhardt’s combination of size, speed and soft hands gave the Beavers a weapon at the 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). 2008 (RS): Sat out entire season as a redshirt.

BRIAN LEONHARDT Junior I 6-5 I 253

nesota State (9/18/10) that setup a 1st-and-goal situation the Beavers would convert into a touchdown... Totaled at least two receptions for 25 yards or more in seven consecutive games (9/18-10/30)... Recorded an assisted tackle versus Upper Iowa (10/2/10). Was an important extension of an offensive line that paved the way for a Beaver offense that averaged 334.1 yards and 25.2 points per game... The unit opened holes for a BSU running attack that went over 200 yards five times, including twice over 300 yards... Protected quarterback Derek Edholm as he averaged 144.1 yards through the air and connected with BSU wide receivers for 15 touchdowns.

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Blaine, Minn. Blaine HIgh School

2010 (So): Played in all 11 games with seven starts at the tight end position... Earned All-NSIC First Team honors... Finished second on the team in receptions and yards with 351 yards on 28 receptions for a 12.5 yards per catch average, all of which surpassed his totals from his freshman season... Scored three touchdowns... Averaged 31.9 yards per game, which also ranked second on the team... Was named to the ESPN the Magazine / College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) College Division Academic All-District Second Team and earned a spot on the 2010 Fall Academic All-NSIC Team. Scored twice against Northern State (10/30/10), converting on both his receptions that totaled 28 yards... Caught a five-yard touchdown pass against Minnesota, Crookston (11/13/10)... Had five receptions for a 2010-best 76 yards at Minnesota Duluth (9/25/10)... Brought down seven passes (tied careerhigh) for 65 yards at MSU Moorhead (10/16/10)... Had a career-long catch of 27 yards at Southwest Min-

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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. Personal: Born April 2, 1990... Son of Roger & Kolette Leonhardt... Is a business administration major. Career Highs: Receptions: 7 vs. Minnesota Duluth (10/24/09) and at MSU Moorhead (10/16/10); Receiving Yards: 82 at Minnesota, Crookston (10/17/09); Long Reception: 27 at Southwest Minnesota State (9/18/10); Receiving Touchdowns: 3 at Minnesota, Crookston (10/17/09).

Leonhardt: Receiving Stats

Year G Rec. 2008 Redshirt 2009 11 24 2010 11 28 Career 22 52

Yds

Avg.

TD

Lg

254 351 605

10.6 12.5 11.6

7 3 10

25 27 27

BEAVER FOOTBALL

25


Recorded a career-high three receptions against UMary (10/23/10) for 13 yards... Returned two kickoffs for 40 yards, including a 26-yard return that tied a season-high at Minnesota Duluth (9/25/10).

ALONZO MELTON Offensive Line Junior I 6-4 I 275

50

Minneapolis, Minn. Patrick Henry HIgh School

2010 (So): Started all 11 games at right tackle. Was a part of an offensive line that paved the way for a Beaver offense that averaged 187.1 rushing yards per game and scored 16 touchdowns on the ground... The unit opened holes for running back Dustin Kroeplin who averaged 80.2 yards per game and rushed for 200 yards against Northern State (10/30/10)... The BSU running attack went over 200 yards five times, including twice over 300 yards... Protected quarterback Derek Edholm as he averaged 144.1 yards through the air and connected with BSU wide receivers for 15 touchdowns... Was an effective piece of a Beaver squad that was second in the NSIC in red zone offense, scoring 35-of-39 (89.7%) times inside the opposition’s 20 yard line. 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 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... Son of Alonzo Melton Sr.... 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 Receiver who posted a BSU single-season best 65.2 compleJunior I 5-11 I 182 tion perce

CHRISTIAN METZ

12

2010 (So): Played in 10 games, starting five... His seven receptions went for 45 yards and one touchdown... Returned nine kickoffs for 167 yards... Totaled 212 all-purpose yards... Recorded one solo tackle against Upper Iowa (10/2/10) for his firstcareer tackle... Was a 2010 Fall Academic All-NSIC Team member. Caught two passes for 14 yards, which included an eight-yard touchdown against Concordia-St. Paul (10/9/10), adding a season-high 80 kickoff return yards on four attempts... Brought down one pass for a season-high 12 yards against Augustana (9/11/10)...

BEAVER FOOTBALL

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: 3 vs. U-Mary (10/23/10); Receiving Yards: 42 at U-Mary (10/31/09); Long Reception: 31 at U-Mary (10/31/09); Receiving Touchdowns: 1, three times.

Metz: Receiving Stats

Cambridge, Minn. Cambridge-Isanti HIgh School

26

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.

Year G 2008 Redshirt 2009 11 2010 10 Career 21

Rec.

YDS

AVG

11 7 18

131 45 176

11.9 6.4 9.8

2011

2 1 3

31 12 31

Year G No. 2008 Redshirt 2009 11 16 2010 10 9 Career 21 25

YDS

AVG

TD

LONG

304 167 471

19.0 18.6 18.8

0 0 0

47 26 47

DAVIS MICKELSON Offensive Line Senior I 6-5 I 303

68

Elbow Lake, Minn. Ashby High School

2010 (Jr): Started all 11 games at left tackle... Was on the North Division All-NSIC Honorable Mention Team. Was a part of an offensive line that paved the way for a Beaver offense that averaged 187.1 yards per game and scored 16 touchdowns on the ground... The unit opened holes for running back Dustin Kroeplin who averaged 80.2 yards per game and rushed for 200 yards against Northern State (10/30/10)... The BSU running attack went over 200 yards five times, including twice over 300 yards... Protected quarterback Derek Edholm as he averaged 144.1 yards through the air and connected with BSU wide receivers for 15 touchdowns... Was an effective piece of a Beaver squad that was second in the NSIC in red zone offense, scoring 35-of-39 (89.7%) times inside the opposition’s 20 yard line. 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.

Metz: Rushing Stats Year G RUSH 2008 Redshirt 2009 11 11 2010 10 3 Career 21 14

TD LONG

Metz: Kick Return Stats

YDS

AVG

TD

LONG

34 0 34

3.1 0.0 2.4

0 0 0

8 3 8

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.


Bemidji State Football BRANDON MILES Running Back

Junior I 5-10 I 192

3

Kenai, Alaska Kenai Central High School

2010 (Jr): Competed in 10 games at the running back position, while seeing time on special teams... Rushed 46 times for 232 yards... Owned a 5.0 yards per carry average and his 23.2 yards per game ranked him third on the team... Made two special teams tackles, one solo and one assisted. Rushed a season-high 11 times, totaling a 2010-best 61 yards at Southwest Minnesota State (9/18/10)... Was handed the ball 10 times against Upper Iowa (10/2/10) and at Minot State (8/26/10), recording 55 and 40 yards, respectively... Had a season-long carry of 17 yards against Minnesota, Crookston (11/13/10), rushing for 58 yards on seven carries. 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 2010 10 46 Career 28 250

Yds

Avg.

TD

Lg

421 379

4.0 3.9

2 5

19 42

232 1,032

5.0 4.1

0 7

17 42

Miles: Receiving Stats Year G Rec. 2006 Redshirt 2007 7 6 2008 11 11 2009 Injury Redshirt 2010 10 0 Career 28 17

Yds

Avg.

TD

Lg

102 105

17.0 9.5

0 1

31 28

0 207

0.0 12.1

0 1

0 31

LARRY MILLER Defensive Back

Sophomore I 5-10 I 184

24

Dallas, Tex. Duncanville High School

2010 (Fr): Played in 10 games on defense, special teams and took snaps under center as quarterback... Finished with six tackles and rushed three times for nine yards... Five tackles came on special teams (three kickoff, two punt). Recorded his first-collegiate tackle against Augustana (9/11/10)... Posted two tackles, including a half tackle for a two yard loss against MSU Moorhead (10/16/10)... Rushed twice for seven yards against Northern State (10/30/10). 2009 (RS): Sat out the entire 2009 season as a redshirt. Prior to BSU: Captained the Panthers in 2007 and 2008... Threw for more than 2,000 yards as a junior... Was a 7-on-7 passing league state finalist... Also captained the Duncanville High School track and field team as a junior and senior... Was a member of state finalist 4x100- and 4x200-meter relay teams... Comes from a strong football tradition, lists his mother’s cousin as Heisman Trophy Winner and Houston Oiler great Earl Campbell. Personal: Born July 27, 1991... Son of Francine and Larry Miller... Proposed graphic technologies major.

ALEX MOCK Linebacker

Senior I 5-10 I 222

35

Williston, N.D. Williston High Schol

2010 (Jr): Played in eight games at linebacker and on the special teams unit... Recorded 14 tackles...

2011

Posted four tackles against Upper Iowa (10/2/10)... Added three tackles at Minnesota Duluth (9/25/10) and versus Northern State (10/30/10). 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.

Mock: Defensive Stats Year 2008 2009 2010 Career

G 11 5 8 24

UT-AT-TT TFL 10-7-17 2.0-13 5-4-9 1.0-1 0-14-14 0.0-0 15-25-40 3.0-14

SK 1.5-9 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.5-9

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

STEVE PAPPAS Offensive Line Senior I 6-3 I 300

66

Appleton, Wis. Appleton East H.S.

2010 (Jr): Played in six games, including the last three, as a reserve on the offensive line. Was a part of an offensive line that paved the way for a Beaver offense that averaged 187.1 yards per game and scored 16 touchdowns on the ground... The unit opened holes for running back Dustin Kroeplin who averaged 80.2 yards per game and rushed for 200 yards against Northern State (10/30/10)... The BSU running attack went over 200 yards five times,

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including twice over 300 yards... Protected quarterback Derek Edholm as he averaged 144.1 yards through the air and connected with BSU wide receivers for 15 touchdowns... Was an effective piece of a Beaver squad that was second in the NSIC in red zone offense, scoring 35-of-39 (89.7%) times inside the opposition’s 20 yard line. 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 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. 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 Personal: Steven Daniel Pappas... Born May 23, 1989... Son of Mike and Julie Pappas... Is undecided on a major field of study.

ZACH PULKINEN Place Kicker

Sophomore I 5-9 I 196

37

Minot, N.D. College of Idaho

2010 (Fr): Played in all 11 games as the primary place-kicker... Totaled 53 kickoffs for 3,196 yards, averaging 60.3 yards per kickoff... Finished with four touchbacks and kicked the ball out of bounds three times... Opponents averaged 38.6 return yards and on average started on its 31-yard line... Punted twice for 64 yards. Kicked off nine times for 552 yards (61.3 ydspatt) against Upper Iowa (10/2/10)... Averaged a season-high 69.0 yards per kick at St. Cloud State (11/6/10), kicking three times for 207 yards with one touchback... Both punts came at MSU Moorhead (10/16/10). Prior to BSU: Competed on the men’s soccer team at College of Idaho in 2009, playing in eight games and starting six... Played soccer and football at Minot High School... Earned all-state honors on the soccer

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BEAVER FOOTBALL

team his senior season and all-conference laurels junior year... Was an all-conference football player. Personal: The son of Robert and Lori Pulkinen... Born Oct. 9, 1990... Majoring in chemistry.

Pulkinen: Kickoff Stats Year 2010 Career

No 53 53

Yds 3,196 3,196

Avg 60.3 60.3

TB 4 4

OB 3 3

LANCE RONGSTAD Quarterback

Junior I 6-3 I 204

2

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

2010 (So): Played in the first seven games of the season before suffering a season-ending injury... Lined-up mostly as a receiver and was used in the end-around or as an outlet for quarterback Derek Edholm, while also serving as a punt returner... Along with teammate Justin Lee, were the only two players in the NSIC to record a touchdown passing, rushing and receiving during the regular season... Rushed 25 times for 124 yards and one touchdown for a 5.0 yards per carry and 17.7 yards per game average... Caught four passes for 42 yards and a touchdown... Completed both his pass attempts one the season for a total of 17 yards, which included a nine-yard touchdown against Upper Iowa (10/2/10)... Returned seven punts for 108 yards, a 15.4 yards per return average... Totaled 274 all-purpose yards (39.1 yds/gm) to sit fifth on the team... Was a 2010 Fall Academic All-NSIC Team member. Rushed for his one touchdown at Southwest Minnesota State (9/18/10), received his first-career pass for a score at Minnesota Duluth (9/25/10) and threw his only touchdown of the season versus Upper Iowa (10/2/10)... Ran nine times for a season-high 82 yards at Minot State (8/26/10) in the season-opener... Received two passes for a season-high 17 yards at Concordia-St. Paul (10/9/10)... Returned two punts for a total of 44 yards twice, at Minot State and at SMSU, with a season-long 38-yard return against the Mustangs... Recorded one tackle on the season, coming versus Augustana (9/11/10). 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 47yard touchdown run... Was also 2-for-4 passing for 21 yards completing his first collegiate touchdown

2011

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. 2008 (RS): Sat out entire season as a redshirt. 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) and vs. Upper Iowa (10/2/10); Rushing Attempts: 16 vs. Wayne State (10/10/09); Rushing Yards: 105 vs. St. Cloud State (910/3/09); Long Rush: 52 vs. MSUMoorhead (9/19/09); Rushing Touchdowns: 1, four times; Receptions: 2 at Minnesota Duluth (9/25/10); Receiving Yards: 21 vs. MSU-Moorhead (9/19/09); Long Reception: 21 vs. MSU-Moorhead (9/19/09); Receiving Touchdowns: 1 at Minnesota Duluth (9/25/10).

Rongstad: Passing Stats Year G C-ATT-INT 2008 Redshirt 2009 9 16-28-1 2010 7 2-2-0 Career 16 18-30-1

YDS

PCT

198 15 213

57.1 100.0 60.0

Rongstad: Rushing Stats Rec G 2008 Redshirt 2009 9 2010 7 Career 16

1 1 2

22.0 2.1 7.9

Att

Yds

Avg.

TD

Lg

87 25 112

574 124 698

6.6 5.0 6.2

3 1 4

52 18 52

Rongstad: Receiving Stats Rec G 2008 Redshirt 2009 9 2010 7 Career 16

TD AVG/G

Att

Yds

Avg.

TD

Lg

2 4 8

29 42 71

14.5 10.5 11.8

0 1 1

21 17 21

BRODY SCHEFF Safety

Junior I 6-0 I 206

32

Waconia, Minn. Waconia High School

2010 (Jr): Started all 11 games at safety... Finished third on the team in tackles with 72 (32 solo)... Was


Bemidji State Football named Second-Team Daktronics, Inc. Super Region #3 and Second-Team All-NSIC for his efforts in the field... In the classroom he earned a spot on the ESPN the Magazine / CoSIDA College Division Academic All-District Second Team and was a 2010 Fall Academic All-NSIC Team member.... Second on the team in pass break-ups with five... Added three tackles for loss, forcing the opposing offense back seven yards and came up with one fumble recovery. Had at least five tackles in nine games... Posted 10 tackles (seven solo) and broke up one pass at Concordia-St. Paul (10/9/10)... Had nine tackles (three solo) in the next game at MSU Moorhead (10/16/10), including 1.5 tackles for loss (-3 yards)... Also had nine tackles (two solo) at St. Cloud State (11/6/10)... Totaled seven tackles (four solo), including 1.5 for loss (-4 yards) at Southwest Minnesota State (9/18/10)... Recorded two pass break-ups and three tackles versus Minnesota, Crookston (11/13/10)... Recovered a fumble and had eight tackles (five solo) against Northern State (10/30/10). 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 (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: 7 at Concordia-St. Paul (10/9/10); Assisted Tackles: 9 vs. St. Cloud State (10/3/09); TFL: 1.5 at Southwest Minnesota State (9/18//10) and at MSU Moorhead (10/16/10); 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 2010 11 32-40-72 Career 26 69-79-148

TFL

SK

0.0-0 1.0-1 3.0-7 4.0-8

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

INT PBU 1-0 3-61 0-0 4-61

0 4 5 9

2009 2010 Career

2010 (Jr): Saw the field in all 11 games at the safety position, starting three consecutive games (10/2311/6)... Finished sixth on the squad in tackles with 35 (12 solo)... Posted two tackles for loss (-5 yards). Had a career-best eight tackles (one solo) that included 1.5 tackles for loss (-4 yards) against Northern State (10/30/10)... Recorded six tackles at St. Cloud State (11/6/10)... Posted five tackles and his first-career tackle for a loss against U-Mary (10/23/10)... Had five tackles versus Upper Iowa (10/2/10)... Recorded three solo tackles at Minnesota Duluth (9/25/10) to tie a career-high... Tallied 19 of his 35 tackles in the three games he started. 2009 (So): Participated in all 11 games in 2009 as a 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: 8 vs. Northern State (10/30/10); Solo Tackles: 3 at Minnesota, Crookston (10/17/09) and at Minnesota Duluth 9/25/10); Assisted Tackles: 7 vs. Northern State (10/30/10); TFL: 1.5 vs. Northern State (10/30/10); Interceptions: none; PBU: 1 at UMary (10/31/09).

Year 2007 2008

G UT-AT-TT Redshirt 10 2-5-7

TFL

SK

0.0-0

0.0-0

0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0

1 0 1

20

Linebacker

Stephen, Minn. North Dakota State

Frederic, Wis. Frederic High School

Schmidt: Defensive Stats

0.0-0 2.0-5 2.0-5

Senior I 6-0 I 231

17

Senior I 6-0 I 190

8-9-17 12-23-35 22-37-59

BLAKE SCZEPANSKI

JAKE SCHMIDT Safety

11 11 32

2010 (Jr): Played in all 11 games with seven starts, including the last four games of the season at the linebacker position... Finished fifth on the team in tackles with 41 (19 solo)... Added 3.5 tackles for loss, forcing the opposing offense back 24 yards... Had 2.5 sacks (-22 yards)... Forced a fumble and had two pass break-ups. Posted seven tackles (four solo) at Minnesota Duluth (9/25/10)... Recorded six tackles (four solo), 1.5 for loss that resulted in seven lost yards and one sack at MSU Moorhead (10/15/10)... Was credited for a sack (-8 yards) at Southwest Minnesota State (9/18/10) and had three tackles (all solo)... Forced a fumble and added three tackles (two solo) at St. Cloud State (11/6/10)... Finished with three or more tackles in seven games, including the last five of the season. 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 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: 7 at Minnesota Duluth (9/25/10); Solo Tackles: 4 at Minnesota Duluth (9/25/10) and at MSU Moorhead (10/16/10); Assisted Tackles: 4 vs. Northern State (10/30/10); Sacks: 1.0 at Southwest Minnesota State (9/18/10) and at MSU Moorhead (10/16/10); TFL: 1.5 at MSU Moorhead (10/16/10); INT: none; PBU: 2 vs. Northern State (10/30/10).

Sczepanski: Defensive Stats Year 2009 2010 Career

G UT-AT-TT 10 1-6-7 11 19-22-41 21 20-28-48

TFL SK 0.0-0 0.0-0 3.5-24 2.5-22 3.5-24 2.5-22

INT PBU 0-0 0 0-0 2 0-0 2

INT PBU 0-0

0

2011

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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.

MATTHEW SHAVER Defensive Line

Sophomore I 6-2 I 300

95

St. Cloud, Minn. Apollo High School

2010 (Fr): Saw the field in eight games as a reserve defensive lineman... Recorded eight tackles, two for loss that resulted in seven lost yards... Recovered on fumble.. Posted three tackles (one solo) and a half tackle for loss against University of Mary (10/23/10)... Recorded a half tackle for loss in three consecutive games 10/16-10/30, adding five tackles... Recovered a fumble and added two tackles against Upper Iowa (10/2/10). 2009 (RS): Sat out entire 2009 as a redshirt Prior to BSU: Totalled 64 tackles (40 solo) for the Apollo Eagles his senior season to rank second on the team... Got to the quarterback for 1.5 sacks and had one interception... Posted a season-high nine tackles twice and posted eight tackles three times... Sacked the quarterback and posted seven tackles in a 19-14 victory against Moorhead High School... Brought in his only interception against Rocori High School. Personal: Born Sept. 28, 1990... Son of Bill and Jan Shaver... Proposed criminal justice major. Career Highs: Tackles: 3 vs. U-Mary (10/23/10); Solo Tackles: 1 vs. U-Mary (10/23/10); Assisted Tackles: 2 vs. Upper Iowa (10/2/10) and vs. U-Mary (10/23/10); Interceptions: none; PBU: none; Fumbles: 1 vs. Upper Iowa (10/2/10).

Shaver: Defensive Stats Year 2010 Career

G 8 8

UT-AT-TT 1-7-8 1-7-8

TFL 2.0-7 2.0-7

SK 0.0-0 0.0-0

INT 0-0 0-0

PBU 0 0

Senior I 5-10 I 210

5

2010 (Jr): Started the first seven games of the season at safety before suffering an injury that ended his season early... Recorded 14 tackles (two solo)... Pickedoff the opposing quarterback twice, tying for a teamhigh... Had three pass break-ups... Was a 2010 Fall Academic All-NSIC Team member. Posted a career-game at Southwest Minnesota State (9/18/10) with four tackles, a career-high two interceptions, returned for a total of four yards and three pass break-ups... Had three tackles against Augustana (9/11/10) and at Minnesota Duluth (9/25/10). 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

BEAVER FOOTBALL

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 senior; 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: 2 at Southwest Minnesota State (9/18/10); PBU: 3 at Southwest Minnesota State (9/18/10); Fumbles: 1 vs. Northern State (9/27/08) and vs. U-Mary (11/1/08). Year G UT-AT-TT TFL 2007 Redshirt 2008 11 30-33-63 1.0-1 2009 11 28-17-45 3.5-12 2010 7 2-12-14 0-0 Career 29 60-62-122 4.5-13

Homer Glenn, Ill. Lockport High School

30

2007 (Fr): Sat out entire season as a redshirt.

Sluzewicz: Defensive Stats

DUSTY SLUZEWICZ Safety

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).

30-for-32 (93.8%) in extra points to sit fourth in the conference in point after percentage. Was named NSIC Special Teams Player of the Week (second career honor) after kicking a careerhigh three field goals (36, 28, 26), including a gamewinning 26-yard kick with 21 seconds remaining in regulation, scoring 11 points (career-high) and punting six times for 258 yards (41.7 yards per punt) against U-Mary (10/23/10)... Kicked a 36-yard field goal in the game to establish a career-long... Punted the ball 58 yards to establish a season-high... Became the first BSU kicker to kick three field goals in a game since 2000. Punted 11 times for 394 yards (35.8 yds/punt) against Augustana (9/11/10), four punts were fair caught, three were inside the 20 and one was 53 yards... The 11 punts against the Vikings was the most by an NSIC punter in 2010... Totaled more than 100 punting yards in nine of 11 games... Made a 23yard field goal at Minot State (8/26/10), 24-yarder against Upper Iowa (10/2/10) and had a 22-yard make against Minnesota, Crookston (11/13/10)... Only miss was a 37-yard attempt at Southwest Minnesota State (9/18/10)... Went 6-for-6 on extra points against Minnesota, Crookston (11/13/10) to tie career-highs in point after attempts and made.

SK

INT

PBU

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

1-17 1-21 2-4 4-42

6 9 3 18

JESSE SUNDBY

Kicker / Punter Senior I 5-8 I 216

39

Argyle, Minn. Stephen-Argyle Central High

2010 (Jr): Played in all 11 games as the team’s primary punter and field goal kicker... Earned AllNSIC Second Team honors for his efforts on special teams... Punted the ball 53 times to total 1,869 yards and average 35.3 per punt... Had four touchbacks, 15 punts fair caught, 11 inside the 20 and booted the ball 50-yards or more five times... Finished second on the team (overall) and eighth in the NSIC (kicking) in scoring with 48 points... Went 6-for-7 in field goals to rank ninth in the NSIC in field goals per game and

2011

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. 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).


Bemidji State Football 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: 11 vs. U-Mary (10/23/10); Field Goals: 3 vs. U-Mary (10/23/10); Long Field Goal: 36 yards vs. UMary (10/23/10); Punts: 11 vs. Upper Iowa (10/2/10); Long Punt: 61 vs. MSU-Moorhead (9/19/09); PAT: 6 at Northern State (9/26/09) and vs. Minnesota, Crookston (11/13/10); PAT Attempts: 6, five times.

Sundby: Kicking Stats Year Pts FG-A 2007 Redshirt 2008 6 0-1 2009 52 4-6 2010 48 6-7 Career 106 10-14

Lg

PAT

KO

TB

Avg

6-6 34 40-50 36 30-32 36 76-88

14 57 1 72

0 1 0 1

53.2 53.4 14.0 52.8

Sundby: Punting Stats

Year No Yds Avg Lg Blk TB FC I20 +50 2007 Redshirt 2008 23 821 35.7 49 0 1 3 5 0 2009 40 1,466 36.7 61 1 1 6 13 2 2010 53 1,869 35.3 58 0 4 15 11 5 Career 116 4,156 35.8 61 1 6 24 29 7

BRYAN SYRSTAD

98

Defensive Line Junior I 6-1 I 262

2009 (Fr): Played in one game as a reserve defensive lineman. 2008 (RS): Sat out entire season as a redshirt. Prior to BSU: Played both sides of the ball for the Thompson High School Tommies on the offensive and defensive line. Personal: Born Dec. 18, 1989... Son of Marty and Kathy Syrstad... Is majoring in physical education. Career Highs: Tackles: 1, three times; Solo Tackles: none; Assisted Tackles: 1, three times; Sacks: none; TFL: none; INT: none); PBU: none.

G UT-AT-TT 1 0-0-0 7 0-3-3 8 0-3-3

TFL 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

Junior I 5-9 I 167

14

Butternut, Wis. Park Falls High School

2010 (So): Saw the field in all 11 games, lining-up at wide receiver and returning both punts and kickoffs... Totaled 239 all-purpose yards (21.7 yds/g)... Led the team in kick return yards with 180 (22.5 yds/att)... Covered 55 yards on punt returns (11.0 yds/att)... Caught one pass for four yards. Returned five kicks for 81 yards at Minnesota Duluth (9/25/10)... Brought back two kicks for 67 yards, including a team season-long 39 yard return at Southwest Minnesota State (9/18/10)... Returned one punt for 29 yards against Upper Iowa (10/2/10), also returned a kick for a total of 61 all-purpose yards... Had one reception for four yards at MSU Moorhead (10/16/10). 2009 (Fr): Played in three games... Recorded two tackles, one against Minot State (8/27/09) and the other at Minnesota State (9/5/09).

Prior to BSU: A three-sport athlete at Park Falls High School… A four-year letter winner for the Park Falls football team, he holds the single-season scoring records at PHS… Sits second in school history for single-season rushing yards with 1,248… A two-year letter winner in basketball, he was part of three teams that made it to the playoffs… A three-year letter winner in baseball, was a member of the 2005 conference championship team and the 2006 regional title team… He also excels in the classroom as a member of the National Honor Society, honor roll and was selected Who’s Who Among American Students.

SK 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

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

Year G No. 2008 Redshirt 2009 3 0 2010 11 8 Career 14 8

YDS

AVG

TD

LONG

0 180 180

0.0 22.5 22.5

0 0 0

0 39 39

Wakefield: Punt Return Stats Year G No. 2008 Redshirt 2009 3 0 2010 11 5 Career 14 5

YDS

AVG

0 55 55

0.0 11.0 11.0

TD LONG 0 0 0

0 29 29

BUCKLEY WRIGHT Linebacker

Sophomore I 6-0 I 225

2009 (RS): Sat out entire 2009 season as a redshirt. Prior to BSU: Selected to the Des Moines Register All-State Elite team following his junior and senior seasons... Was a three-year starter at linebacker... Lost just five games during his final three seasons at Bishop Heelan Catholic High School... Helped Sioux City Heelan to a perfect 14-0, Iowa Class 3-A championship season in 2008... As a senior, captained a defensive unit that allowed opponents seven or fewer points on nine occasions... Paced the Crusaders in tackles, sacks and tackles for loss in his final two campaigns... Piled up 90 tackles and 11 sacks as a senior, which includes a school single-game record five sacks... Has been a consistent honor-roll student throughout his high school years... A four-sport athlete as a prep... Follows his brother Wray, former BSU football graduate assistant coach to Bemidji State. Personal: Born April 9, 1991... Son of Wray & Rachel Wright... Proposed criminal justice major.

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

Wakefield: Kick Return Stats

2010 (So): Saw the field in seven games as a reserve defensive lineman... Totalled three tackles... Was a 2010 Fall Academic All-NSIC Team member.

Year 2009 2010 Career

Wide Receiver

Personal: Born Nov. 1, 1989... Son of Tim & Lorelei Wakefield... Is a biology major.

Thompson, N.D. Thompson High School

Syrstad: Defensive Stats

seven yards... His one interception resulted in a 40yard return for his first-collegiate touchdown against Minnesota, Crookston (11/13/10)... Added a fumble recovery and a pass break-up. Totalled a season-high eight tackles against Upper Iowa (10/2/10)... Had seven tackles (season-best five solo), a tackle for loss and a fumble recovery in his first collegiate start at St. Cloud State (11/6/10).

BEAU WAKEFIELD

Career Highs: Tackles: 8 vs. Upper Iowa (10/2/10); Solo Tackles: 5 at St. Cloud State (11/13/10); Assisted Tackles: 6 vs. Upper Iowa (10/2/10); Sacks: none; TFL: 1.0 at Minnesota Duluth (9/25/10) and at St. Cloud State (11/6/10); INT: 1 vs Minnesota, Crookston (11/13/10); INT for TD: 1 vs Minnesota, Crookston (11/13/10); PBU: 1 vs Minnesota, Crookston (11/13/10).

Wright: Defensive Stats Year G UT-AT-TT 2009 Redshirt 2010 10 12-18-30 Career 10 12-18-30

3.0-7 3.0-7

SK

INT PBU

0.0-0 1-40 0.0-0 1-40

1 1

Other Key Returning Players

TYLER ABRAHAMSON Offensive Line

Sophomore I 6-6 I 308

67

New Brighton, Minn. Irondale High School

JAKE KELLY Safety

Sophomore I 5-10 I 200

47

TFL

33

Alpharetta, Ga. Chattahoochee H.S.

Sioux City, Iowa Bishop Heelan Catholic HS

GARRETT LEE

2010 (Fr): Played in 10 games with two starts at linebacker in the final two games of the season... Seventh on the team in tackles with 30 (12 solo)... For his efforts was on the North Division All-NSIC Honorable Mention Team... Recorded three tackles for loss, pushing back the opposing offense a total of

2011

Defensive Line

Sophomore I 6-3 I 250

97

Otsego, Minn. Rogers H.S.

BEAVER FOOTBALL

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BREAKDOWN BY STATE

BREAKDOWN BY CLASS Senior (15)

Abram, Anderson, Beste, Henningson, Immerman, Knutson, Mickelson, Miles, Mock, Pappas, Scheff, Schmidt, Sczepanski, Sluzewicz, Sundby

Junior (17)

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

Sophomore (14)

Abrahamson, Bromm, Carlson, Grewe, Hass, Kondziolka, Lutton, L. Miller, Oien, Petersen, Pulkinen, Shaver, Wright, Young

Redshirt Freshman (22)

Adams, Bartholomew, Boelter, Bueckers, S. Christensen, Coen-Tuff, Dowd, Flaata, Genske, Gerding, Kallroos, Kepler, Kiebler, King, Lepp, Olson, Paulus, D. Peterson, Reinke, Roelofs, Tidd, C. Wakefield

Freshman (34)

Alaska (2)

Bergman, Binstock, Blascyk, Button, Chiono, Favor-Jackson, Grant, Harren, Harris, Irvin, Longtin, Mack, R. Miller, Noskowiak, Ostby, Ostman, Otto, T. Peterson, Pipenhagen, Quinn, Rolland, Russell, Saponara, Schulz, Seiffert, Smith, Stephens, J. Syrstad, Tibbs, Valentine, Waters, Waxvik, White, Womack

Lutton, Miles

California (3)

Tibbs, Valentine, Waters

Georgia (4)

S. Christensen, Harren, Kelly, Saponara

Illinois (13)

Bromm, D. Christensen, DeLange, Grant, Harris, Henningson, Kiebler, Kondziolka, J. Lee, Quinn, Sluzewicz, Smith, Young

Quarterback (4)

Iowa (1)

Running Back (12)

Louisiana (1)

Wide Receiver (14)

Hass, Irvin, King, Rongstad Bergman, Binstock, Flaata, Grewe, Harris, Hemling, Kondziolka, Kroeplin, Miles, R. Miller, T. Peterson, Womack

Wright

Womack

Abram, Gandrud, Henningson, J. Lee, Lepp, Metz, Otto, Petersen, Saponara, Seiffert, Smith, Tidd, B. Wakefield, Waters

Minnesota (50)

Abrahamson, Abram, Adams, Anderson, Bartholomew, Bergman, Beste, Blascyk, Boelter, Bueckers, Carlson, Crosby, Dowd, Favor-Jackson, Flaata, Gandrud, Genske, Gerding, Grewe, Hass, Hrdlicka, Immerman, Irvin, Kallroos, Kepler, Knutson, G. Lee, Leonhardt, Longtin, Melton, Metz, Mickelson, R. Miller, Oien, Olson, Ostby, Ostman, Otto, Petersen, D. Peterson, Pipenhagen, Reinke, Roelofs, Rolland, Scheff, Schulz, Sczepanski, Seiffert, Shaver, Sundby

North Dakota (11)

Binstock, Coen-Tuff, Dale, King, Mack, Mock, Pulkinen, Russell, B. Syrstad, J. Syrstad, Waxvik

Texas (2)

L. Miller, White

Tight End (6)

Dale, Genske, Leonhardt, Noskowiak, Pipenhagen, Rolland

Offensive Line (18)

Abrahamson, Anderson, Bartholomew, Boelter, Chiono, Coen-Tuff, DeLange, Dowd, Immerman, Lutton, Melton, Mickelson, Oien, Ostby, Ostman, Pappas, D. Peterson, Tibbs

Defensive Line (17)

Adams, Beste, Bueckers, Favor-Jackson, Harren, Kepler, Kiebler, G. Lee, Longtin, Paulus, Reinke, Roelofs, Russell, Shaver, Stephens, B. Syrstad, Young

Linebacker (12)

Wisconsin (15)

Button, Chiono, Hemling, Kroeplin, Lepp, Noskowiak, Pappas, Paulus, T. Peterson, Rongstad, Schmidt, Stephens, Tidd, B. Wakefield, C. Wakefield

Bromm, Button, D. Christensen, Crosby, Knutson, Mack, Mock, Olson, Quinn, Sczepanski, J. Syrstad, Wright

Defensive Back (16)

Blascyk, Carlson, S. Christensen, Gerding, Grant, Hrdlicka, Kallroos, Kelly, L. Miller, Scheff, Schmidt, Schulz, Sluzewicz, Valentine, Waxvik, White

Kicker/Punter (3)

Pulkinen, Sundby, C. Wakefield

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2011


Bemidji State Football OFFENSE LT 68 Davis Mickelson Sr-3L / 6-5 / 303 76 Dylan Peterson Fr-RS / 6-6 / 317 XWR 11 Cameron Abram Sr-3L / 5-9 / 200 13 Alex Lepp Fr-RS / 5-8 / 163

LG 63 Brett DeLange Jr-2L / 6-1 / 297 70 Alexander Lutton So-1L / 6-3 / 306 JWR 7 Justin Lee Jr-2L / 5-8 / 193 89 Blayze Petersen So-1L / 5-10 / 191 JACK (FB) 30 Brent Kondziolka So-1L / 6-0 / 222 22 Nick Grewe Jr-TR / 6-2 / 220

C 65 Cory Immerman Sr-3L / 6-0 / 278 66 Steve Pappas Sr-3L / 6-3 / 300 QB 2 Lance Rongstad Jr-2L / 6-3 / 204 4 Alex Haas So-1L / 6-0 / 199 RB 43 Dustin Kroeplin Jr-2L / 5-11 / 238 3 Brandon Miles Sr-3L / 5-10 / 192 25 Brad Hemling Jr-2L / 5-11 / 204

RG 73 Jordan Anderson Sr-3L / 6-2 / 319 67 Tyler Abrahamson So-1L / 6-6 / 308 YWR 12 Christian Metz Jr-2L / 5-11 / 182 14 Beau Wakefield Jr-2L / 5-9 / 167 TE 88 Brian Leonhardt Jr-2L / 6-5 / 253 38 Troy Dale Jr-2L / 6-0 / 246

RT 64 Jordan Oien So-1L / 6-3 / 319 50 Alonzo Melton Jr-2L / 6-4 / 275 ZWR 80 Matt Gandrud Jr-2L / 6-2 / 210 83 Zach Tidd Fr-RS / 6-2 / 176

DEFENSE

Sam LB 47 Buckley Wright So-1L / 6-0 / 225 19 Dan Christensen Jr-2L / 6-1 / 228 Fox CB 24 Larry Miller So-1L / 5-10 / 184 40 Issac Carlson So-1L / 5-9 / 192

DE 98 Bryan Syrstad Jr-2L / 6-2 / 262 97 Garrett Lee Jr-2L / 6-3 / 250 Mike LB 35 Alex Mock Sr-3L / 5-10 / 222 42 Jason Bromm So-1L / 6-0 / 215 Falcon S 5 Dusty Sluzewicz Sr-3L / 5-10 / 210 17 Jake Schmidt Sr-3L / 6-0 / 190

NT 95 Matthew Shaver So-1L / 6-0 / 300 94 Wayne Paulus Fr-RS / 6-4 / 260 Will LB 45 Cory Crosby Jr-2L / 6-0 / 240 44 Evan Olson Jr-2L / 6-0 / 229 Hawk S 32 Brody Scheff Sr-3L / 6-0 / 206 18 Scott Christensen Fr-RS / 5-11 / 182

DE 96 Josh Beste Sr-3L / 6-1 / 256 48 Gary Young So-1L / 6-1 / 254 Buck LB 20 Blake Sczepanski Sr-2L / 6-0 / 231 15 Luke Knutson Sr-3L / 6-0 / 224 Bullet CB 1 Charles Hrdlicka Jr-2L / 5-9 / 173 16 Dylan Valentine Fr-HS / 5-9 / 177

P 39 Jesse Sundby Sr-3L / 5-8 / 216 37 Zach Pulkinen So-1L / 5-9 / 196

PK 39 Jesse Sundby Sr-3L / 5-8 / 216 37 Zach Pulkinen So-1L / 5-9 / 196

LS 80 Matt Gandrud Jr-2L / 6-2 / 210 72 Kevin Kepler Fr-RS / 6-4 / 217 18 Scott Christensen Fr-RS / 5-11 / 182

KR 12 Christian Metz Jr-2L / 5-11 / 182

PR 14 Beau Wakefield Jr-2L / 5-9 / 167

SPECIALISTS H 12 Christian Metz Jr-2L / 5-11 / 182 6 Sam King Fr-RS / 6-0 / 186

2011

BEAVER FOOTBALL

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MINOT STATE

AUGUSTANA

Game 1: Aug. 25, 2011 // Bemidji, Minn. (7:00 p.m.) 13th meeting: BSU leads, 11-1 2010: W, 24-7; Minot, N.D.

Game 2: Sept. 10, 2011 // Sioux Falls, S.D. (1:00 p.m.) Sixth meeting: Augie leads 4-1 2010: L, 10-0. Bemidji, Minn.

SOUTHWEST MINNESOTA STATE

Game 3: Sept. 17, 2011 // Bemidji, Minn. (6:00 p.m.) 42nd meeting: Tied 20-20-1 2010: W, 30-14; Marshall, Minn.

Schlafke

Rudolph

Maxi

Aldrich

Hanson

Sauter

Matthews

QUICK FACTS

QUICK FACTS

QUICK FACTS

Name:....................................................Minot State University Location:.................................................................Minot, N.D. Founded/Enrollment:............................................ 1913 (3,842) Affiliation/Conference:....NCAA Division II Provisional/Independent Nickname/School Colors:.................... Beavers/ Green & Red Home Field (Surface/Capacity):........................Herb Parker Stadium . .....................................................................................(Field Turf/3,500) President: ........................................................Dr. David Fuller Athletic Director:................................................. Rick Hedberg Athletic Phone: ................................................(701) 858-3041

Name: . ..................................................... Augustana College Location:........................................................ Sioux Falls, S.D. Founded/Enrollment:............................................1860 (1,800) 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. Ronald Wood Athletic Director:...........................................Chris Hmielewski Athletic Phone/Fax: . .......... (507) 537-7271 / (507) 537-6578

SPORTS INFORMATION

ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

THE BEAVERS

THE VIKINGS

COACHING STAFF

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach:.......................• Paul Rudolph (Minot State ‘88) Record at MSU:.............................................26-15 (Fifth year) Career Record:..............................................69-62 (14th year) Career vs BSU:....................................................................0-4 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); Wyatt Urbanski (WR); Tommy Weidler (LB)

Head Coach:.............................. • Mike Aldrich (St. Olaf ‘95) Record at AC:............................................11-2 (Second year) Career record:...........................................11-2 (Second year) Career vs BSU:................................................................... 1-0 Football Phone: .............................................. (605) 274-5538 Assistants:.......................................................... Steve Olinger (OC/QB); Don Pierson (ST/DL); Joe Evenson (WR); Joe Nordin (RB) James Shrenk (LB); Eric Bergman (DL); Lance Siebenahler (OL); Brett Chambers (Strength & Conditioning)

Top Returnee:......................................... • Gino Maxi (Sr, DE)

Top Returnee:................................... • Josh Hanson (Sr, QB)

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 Website:................................................www.msubeavers.com

2010 record:.......................................... 6-4 / 6-2 DAC (T-2nd) Letterwinners Returning / Lost:.....................................31 / 16 Starters Returning / Lost:................................................19 / 6

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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 Website:......................................................www.goaugie.com

First Year of Football / Overall Record:..... 1920 / 365-435-15 2010 record:.... 11-2 / 9-1 NSIC (t-2rd overall/1st NSIC South) Letterwinners Returning / Lost:.................................... 46 / 13 Starters Returning / Lost.............................................. 13 / 10

2011

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: . ...................................... (507) 537-6105 Website: ........................................ www.smsumustangs.com

THE MUSTANGS

First Year of Football / Overall Record:....... 1968 / 162-271-5 2010 Record:....4-7 / 3-7 NSIC (10th overall/6th NSIC South) Letterwinners Returning / Lost..................................... 35 / 25 Starters Returning / Lost.............................................. 12 / 12

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach:......................... • Cory Sauter (Minnesota ‘97)) Record at WSU...........................................4-7 (Second year) Career Record:............................................4-7 (Second year) Record vs BSU:.................................................................. 0-1 Football Phone:............................................... (507) 537-6324 Assistants:......Christian Guenther (DC); Jeremy Darveau (OL); Anthony Kerr (LB); Patrick McCarthy (DL); Jake Rourke (WR); Chad Simpson (DB); Dominic Mirocke (RB); Shane LaDage (TE) Top Returnee:...........................• Warren Matthews (Jr., RB)


Bemidji State Football MINNESOTA DULUTH

UPPER IOWA

Nielson

Shea

Game 4: Sept. 24, 2011 // Bemidji, Minn. (6:00 p.m.) 51st meeting: UMD leads 39-10-1 2010: L, 44-21; Duluth, Minn.

Vogler

CONCORDIA-ST. PAUL

Game 5: Oct. 1, 2011 // Fayette, Iowa (1:00 p.m.) Fourth meeting: BSU leads 3-0 2010: W, 51-12; Bemidji, Minn.

Game 6: Oct. 8, 2011 // Bemidji, Minn. (1:00 p.m.) 13th meeting: Tied 6-6 2010: L, 20-14; St. Paul, Minn.

Hubbard

Williams

Hendrickson

QUICK FACTS

QUICK FACTS

QUICK FACTS

Name: . .................................. University of Minnesota Duluth Location:............................................................. Duluth, Minn. Founded/Enrollment:..........................................1895 (11,800) 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 (6,600) Affiliation/Conference:....................... NCAA Division II / NSIC Nickname / School Colors:..............Peacocks / Blue & White Home Field:................................ Eb Eischeid Stadium (3,500) President:........................................................ Dr. 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 (2,702) Affiliation/Conference:....................... NCAA Division II / NSIC Nickname / Colors:............Golden Bears / Navy Blue & Gold Home Field (surface; capacity):.....Sea Foam Stadium (Spinturf; 3,500) President:....................................................Rev. Thomas Ries 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 Website:..............................................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 Website: .................................. www.upperiowaathletics.com

THE BULLDOGS

THE PEACOCKS

First Year of Football / Overall Record:..... 1930 / 444-253-24 2010 record:....15-0 / 10-0 NSIC (1st overall/1st NSIC North) Letterwinners Returning/Lost:...................................... 45 / 20 Starters Returning/Lost:............................................... 15 / 10

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach:............................ • Bob Nielson (Wartburg ‘82) Record at UMD:...................................... 79-21-0 (Ninth year) Career record:.........................................149-54-1 (19th year). Career vs BSU:................................................................... 7-1 Football Phone: .............................................. (218) 726-8718 Assistants:....... Curt Wiese (OC), Todd Strop (DC), Peter Lue (OL), Tyler Yelk (DB), Jake Landry (WR), Andy Prevost (OLB), Trey Dill (DL).

Top Returnee:................................... • Chase Vogler (Jr, QB)

First Year of Football / Overall Record::............................ N/A 2010 Record:.. 2-9 / 2-8 NSIC (t-11 overall / 7th NSIC South) Letterwinners Returning/Lost:...................................... 22 / 20 Starters Returning/Lost:............................................... 11 / 13

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach:..........................• Tom Shea (Dakota State ‘72) Record at UIU:.............................................. 5-17 (Third year) Career record:.........................................110-95-3 (20th year) Record vs BSU:.................................................................. 0-1 Football Phone................................................ (563) 425-5313 Assistants:............... Brian Frana (OC); Orv Otten (DC); Jesse Montalto (QB); Dave Barclay (RB); Allen Conrad (WR); Justin Mohning (DL); Dan Lemke (Secondary)

Top Returnee:...............................• Jessie Hubbard (Jr, WR)

SPORTS INFORMATION

Director / Football SID:........................................... Josh Deer SID Phone:..................................................... (651) 641-8893 Fax: ................................................................ (651) 641-8767 SID e-mail:........................................................jdeer@csp.edu Football Press Box: . ...................................... (612) 641-8707 Website: .........................................www.cugoldenbears.com

THE GOLDEN BEARS

First Year of Football / Overall Record:....... 1969 / 189-210-2 2010 Record:... 8-4 / 7-3 NSIC (4th overall / 3rd NSIC South) Letterwinners Returning / Lost:.................................... 64 / 43 Starters Returning / Lost:............................................. 16 / 12

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach:..........•Ryan Williams (North Dakota State ‘01) Record at CSP:................................................. 0-0 (first year). Career record:................................................... 0-0 (first year). Record vs BSU:.................................................................. 0-0 Football Phone:............................................... (651) 603-6313 Assistants:....Travis Johansen (DC/DB); Derek Branch (OL); Sam Cummings (DL); Travis Sturdevant (TE-HB); Zach Hovey (WR); Travis Meyer (S); Russell Gary (DB); Vince Almeda (DL); Dennis Joyner (RB) Top Returnee:.......................... • Tyler Hendrickson (Sr, WR)

2011

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MSU MOORHEAD

Game 7: Oct. 15, 2011 // Bemidji, Minn. (1:00 p.m.) 78th Meeting: MSUM leads, 43-31-3 2010: W, 14-6; Moorhead, Minn.

Laqua

UNIVERSITY OF MARY

NORTHERN STATE

Schultz

Dosch

Game 8: Oct. 22, 2011 // Bismarck, N.D. (2:30 p.m.) Sixth Meeting: BSU leads 3-2 2010: W, 23-22; Bemidji, Minn.

Koch

Benton

Game 9: Oct. 29, 2011 // Aberdeen, S.D. (2:30 p.m.) 35th meeting: BSU leads 17-16-1 2010: W, 41-13; Bemidji, Minn.

Bogdanovich

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) President: ..................................................... Dr. James Smith Athletic Director:..................................................... Bob Olson Athletic Phone / Fax: . ........ (605) 626-3336 / (605) 626-2238

SPORTS INFORMATION

SPORTS INFORMATION

SPORTS INFORMATION

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 Website:........................................... www.umary.edu/athletics

Director / Football Contact: ............................ Jacque Scoby SID Phone: ..................................................... (605) 626-7748 SID e-mail:................................. Jacque.Scoby@northern.edu SID Fax: . ........................................................ (605) 626-2238 Football Press Box: . ...................................... (785) 285-0538 Website:.................................... www.nsuwolvesathletics.com

THE DRAGONS

THE MARAUDERS

THE WOLVES

First Year of Football / Overall Record:......... 1988 / 156-83-1 2010 Record:.... 4-7 / 4-6 NSIC (9th overall / 4th NSIC North) Letterwinners Returning / Lost:.................................... 46 / 19 Starters Returning / Lost:............................................... 13 / 9

First Year of Football / Overall Record:..... 1903 / 515-362-32 2010 record:.2-9 / 2-8 NSIC (T-11th overall / 5th NSIC North) Letterwinners Returning / Lost:.................................... 37 / 18 Starters Returning / Lost:.............................................. 17 / 8

COACHING STAFF

COACHING STAFF

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach:............................... • Myron Schultz (Mary ‘87) Record at UM:............................................. 88-42 (13th year) Career record:.............................................. 88-42 (13th year) Career vs BSU:................................................................... 3-2 Football Phone: .............................................. (701) 355-8230 Assistants:...Mike McMahon (DC); Andy Kotelnicki (OC); Jeff Dockter (DL); Randy Lamberth (RB); Chris Clements (OLB); Tony Spencer (WR)

Head Coach:................... • Tom Dosch (Dickinson State ‘92) Record at NSU:...........................................2-9 (Second year) Career record:.............................................. 27-26 (Fifth year) Career vs BSU:................................................................... 0-1 Football Phone: .............................................. (605) 626-2007 Assistants:......................Mark Martin (OC); Mike Shafer (OL); Austin Flyger (DL); Jason Hoskins (DB); Maia Tupou (RB); kurt Holinka (OLB); Brian Mistro (S); Jeff Richter (TE)

Top Returnee:............................... • DeShon Benton (Sr, LB)

Top Returnee:.......................... • Mike Bogdanovich (Sr, LB)

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 Website: ......................................... www.msumdragons.com First Year of Football / Overall Record:..... 1900 / 391-357-30 2010 Record:.. 2-9 / 2-8 NSIC (12th overall / 6th NSIC North) Letterwinners Returning / Lost..................................... 41 / 11 Starters Returning / Lost................................................ 14 / 8

Head Coach:........... • Steve Laqua (North Dakota State ‘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:................. Rob Hunt (OC); Joe Lardinois (Co-DC); Marty Hoffman (Co-DC); John Freeman (WR); Matt Baasch (QB); Dan Farland (RB); Ralph Micheli (TE); Matt Phillips (DL); Robin Abraham (LB); Matt Kittelson (LB); Freddie Banks (DB); Ross Danielson (OL) Top Returnee:...................................... • Kevin Koch (Sr, QB)

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BEAVER FOOTBALL

2011


Bemidji State Football ST. CLOUD STATE

Game 10: Nov. 5, 2011 // Bemidji, Minn. (1:00 p.m.) 55th meeting: SCSU leads, 35-16-3 2010: L, 35-14; St. Cloud, Minn.

MINNESOTA, CROOKSTON

Game 11: Nov. 12, 2010 // Crookston, Minn. (1:00 p.m.) 19th meeting: BSU leads 17-1 2010: W, 45-3; Bemidji, Minn.

NSIC SID CONTACT LIST Augustana

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

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

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

U-Mary

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

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

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

Klaphake

Stassen

MSU Moorhead

Brown

QUICK FACTS

QUICK FACTS

Name: . ..........................................St. Cloud State University Location:........................................................ St. Cloud, Minn. Founded/Enrollment:..........................................1869 (18,319) 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 (1,400) 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

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: . ...................................... (320) 308-3220 Website:................................. www.stcloudstate.edu/athletics

THE HUSKIES

First Year of Football / Overall Record:..... 1920 / 412-342-23 2010 Record:.10-3 / 9-1 NSIC (T-2nd overall / 2nd NSIC North) Letterwinners Returning/Lost:...................................... 44 / 10 Starters Returning/Lost:................................................. 15 / 8

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach:............... • Scott Underwood (Augustana ‘ 88) Record at SCSU:...................................... 24-11 (Fourth year) Career record:...........................................24-11 (Fourth year) Career vs BSU:................................................................... 3-0 Football Phone: .............................................. (320) 308-4113 Assistants:...Doug Patterson (Co-OC/OL; Ian Shoemaker (Co-OC/ QB); Jim Louis (DC/DB); Steve Grimit (DL); Nate Johnson (WR); Jake Helmin (LB); Dave Hamlin (OL)

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 Website: ................................. www.goldeneaglessports.com

THE GOLDEN EAGLES

First Year of Football / Overall Record:....... 1966 / 183-184-3 2010 Record:....1-10 / 0-10 NSIC (14th overall / 7th NSIC North) Starters Returning:..............................................10 (6 0 / 4 D) Starters Lost:.......................................................12 (5 0 / 7 D)

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach:..................• Chuck Moller (Minnesota, Morris) Record at UMC:...............................................N/A (First year). Career record:..................................................N/A (First year). Record vs BSU:.................................................................. 0-0 Football Phone:............................................... (218) 281-8425 Assistants:....Mark Dufner (Asst. HC/LB); Paul Miller (OC); Josh Hager (DC); Sean Knox (DB); Steve LaGrand (TE/RB)

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:

Winona State

Top Returnee:.............................• Phillip Klaphake (So, QB)

Top Returnee:.................................... • Cecil Brown (Jr, DB)

2011

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

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

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

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

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

Grant Wall (507) 457-5776 (507) 452-6954 gwall@winona.edu

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2011 NSIC Composite Football Schedule August 25 ^Minot State at Bemidji State

7:00 PM

September 1 ^St. Cloud State at California (PA) ^SMSU at Northern State ^Nebraska-Kearney at Wayne State ^Minnesota State at Northern Michigan ^Chadron State at University of Mary

6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 7:00 PM

September 2 ^Mayville State at Minnesota, Crookston

6:00 PM

September 3 ^MSU Moorhead at Robert Morris ^Concordia-St. Paul at Minot State ^Texas A&M Commerce at Upper Iowa ^Minnesota Duluth at Augustana ^Michigan Tech at Winona State

12:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 4:30 PM

September 10 Winona State at MSU Moorhead Wayne State at Minnesota, Crookston Northern State at Minnesota State Upper Iowa at Minnesota Duluth Bemidji State at Augustana University of Mary at SMSU Concordia-St. Paul at St. Cloud State

12:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 5:00 PM 6:00 PM

September 17 MSU Moorhead at Upper Iowa Minnesota, Crookston at Minnesota State Augustana at University of Mary SMSU at Bemidji State Northern State at Concordia-St. Paul St. Cloud State at Winona State Minnesota Duluth at Wayne State

1:00 PM 1:00 PM 2:30 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM

September 24 Minnesota State at Concordia-St. Paul Minnesota, Crookston at MSU Moorhead Wayne State at Northern State St. Cloud State at University of Mary Upper Iowa at Winona State Minnesota Duluth at Bemidji State Augustana at SMSU

12:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 2:30 PM 4:30 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM

October 1 University of Mary at Minnesota, Crookston Concordia-St. Paul at Augustana Bemidji State at Upper Iowa Winona State at Minnesota State Northern State at St. Cloud State MSU Moorhead at Minnesota Duluth SMSU at Wayne State

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1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 2:00 PM 4:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM

October 8 Concordia-St. Paul at Bemidji State Upper Iowa atMinnesota, Crookston SMSU at MSU Moorhead University of Mary at Wayne State Minnesota State at St. Cloud State Augustana at Northern State Minnesota Duluth at Winona State

1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 2:30 PM 6:00 PM

October 15 MSU Moorhead at Bemidji State Wayne State at Concordia-St. Paul Minnesota State at Upper Iowa Winona State at Augustana Minnesota Duluth at University of Mary Minnesota, Crookston at Northern State St. Cloud State at SMSU

1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 2:30 PM 2:30 PM 6:00 PM

October 22 St. Cloud State at Minnesota, Crookston Concordia-St. Paul at Winona State MSU Moorhead at Augustana Northern State at Minnesota Duluth Wayne State at Minnesota State Bemidji State at University of Mary Upper Iowa at SMSU

1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:30 PM 5:00 PM

October 27 Augustana at Minnesota State

7:00 PM

October 29 Minnesota, Crookston at Concordia-St. Paul University of Mary at MSU Moorhead Upper Iowa at Wayne State Minnesota Duluth at St. Cloud State Bemidji State at Northern State SMSU at Winona State

1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 2:30 PM 4:30 PM

November 5 St. Cloud State at Bemidji State Northern State at MSU Moorhead Minnesota State at SMSU Concordia-St. Paul at Upper Iowa Minnesota, Crookston at Minnesota Duluth Wayne State at Augustana Winona State at University of Mary

1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 2:30 PM

November 12 SMSU at Concordia-St. Paul Bemidji State at Minnesota, Crookston University of Mary at Northern State Winona State at Wayne State Augustana at Upper Iowa MSU Moorhead at St. Cloud State Minnesota State at Minnesota Duluth * All times and date subject to change ^ = Non-conference games

1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM

For Updated Info Visit: www.northernsun.org

2011

Augustana College •FOOTBALL Bemidji State • Concordia - St. Paul • University of Mary • Minnesota , Crookston • Minnesota Duluth • Minnesota State University, Mankato • BEAVER • MSU Moorhead • Northern State • Southwest Minnesota State • St. Cloud State • Upper Iowa • Wayne State • Winona State


Bemidji State Football

Augsburg College (2-0, 1.000) •Last Meeting, 11/20/83 Bemidji State win, 23-7 •Last Five Games - Bemidji State 2-0 10/21/39.........Augsburg College.......... H................. W, 26-0 11/20/83.........Augsburg........................1................. W, 23-7 Augustana College (1-4, .200) •Last Meeting, 9/11/10 Augustana win, 10-0 •Last Five Games - Augustana 4-1 9/23/61...........Augustana..................... A.................. L, 6-22 9/22/62...........Augustana..................... H................. W, 13-6 9/10/88...........Augustana..................... H.................. L, 6-41 9/9/89.............Augustana..................... A.................. L, 6-50 9/9/89.............Augustana..................... A.................. L, 6-50 9/11/10...........Augustana..................... H.................. L, 0-10 Bethel (4-0, 1.000) •Last Meeting, 9/7/85 Bemidji State win, 23-12 •Last Five Games - Bemidji State 4-0 11/2/68...........Bethel............................ H............... W, 63-22 11/1/69...........Bethel............................ A............... W, 59-13 9/8/84.............Bethel College............... A............... W, 30-11 9/7/85.............Bethel College............... H............... W, 23-12 Buena Vista (Iowa) (0-1, .000) •Last Meeting, 10/10/53 Buena Vista win, 19-7 •Last Five Games - Buena Vista 1-0 10/10/53.........Buena Vista (Iowa)......... A.................. L, 7-19 Chadron State (0-2, .000) •Last Meeting, 9/11/04 Chadron St. win, 50-43 •Last Five Games - Chadron St. 2-0 9/13/03...........No.12 Chadron St......... H................ L, 22-43 9/11/04...........Chadron St.................... A................ L, 43-50 Cass Lake HS (1-1, .500) •Last Meeting, 10/27/26, Bemidji State Win, 13-0 •Last Five Games - Bemidji State 1-1 10/11/26.........Cass Lake HS............... A.................. L, 0-33 10/27/26.........Cass Lake HS............... H................. W, 13-0 Central Wisconsin (0-1, .000) •Last Meeting, 9/18/62 Central Wisconsin win, 18-7 •Last Five Games - Central Wisconsin 1-0 9/18/62...........Central Wisconsin......... H.................. L, 7-18 Concordia College (3-3-1, .429) •Last Meeting, 9/16/72 Concordia win, 37-0 •Last Five Games - Concordia 3-2 9/27/40...........Concordia College........ H.................T, 19-19 10/8/43...........Concordia College........ H................... W, 7-2 10/15/43.........Concordia College........ A.................. L, 7-26 10/24/44.........Concordia College........ H................. W, 18-6 N/A.................Concordia College............................ W, 27-6 9/18/71...........Concordia (Minn.).......... H.................. L, 0-21 9/16/72...........Concordia (Minn.).......... A.................. L, 0-37 Concordia-St. Paul (6-6, .500) •Last Meeting, 10/9/10 Concordia-St. Paul win, 20-14 •Last Five Games - Bemidji State 4-1 10/2/99...........Concordia-St. Paul........ H................. W, 54-7 9/30/00...........Concordia-St. Paul........ A.................. L, 8-19 10/6/01...........Concordia-St. Paul........ H................ L, 27-42 10/12/02.........Concordia-St. Paul........ A................ L, 14-38 9/20/03...........Concordia-St. Paul........ A................ L, 14-28 9/25/04...........Concordia-St. Paul........ H............... W, 47-27 9/24/05...........Concordia-St. Paul........ A................ L, 48-55 11/4/06...........Concordia-St. Paul........ A................. W, 27-7 11/3/07...........Concordia-St. Paul........ H............... W, 47-21 11/8/08...........Concordia-St. Paul........ H............... W, 24-12 11/7/09...........Concordia-St. Paul........ A............... W, 35-20 10/9/10...........Concordia-St. Paul........ A................ L, 14-20 Crookston A.C. (5-0, 1.000) •Last Meeting, 10/21/33, Bemidji State win, 64-6 •Last Five Games - Bemidji State 5-0 10/29/27.........Crookston A.C............... A................... W, 6-0 11/9/28...........Crookston A.C............... H................. W, 54-0 11/14/30.........Crookston A.C............... H................. W, 25-0 10/2/31...........Crookston A.C............... A................. W, 24-6 10/21/33.........Crookston A.C............... H................. W, 64-6 Dakota State (1-1, .500) •Last Meeting, 9/14/74 Dakota St. win, 28-14 •Last Five Games - Dakota St. 1-1 9/15/73...........Dakota St...................... H................. W, 26-7 9/14/74...........Dakota St...................... A................ L, 14-28 Deer River HS (0-1, .000) •Last Meeting, 10/23/26, Deer River HS win, 7-0 •Last Five Games - Deer River HS 1-0 10/23/26.........Deer River HS................ A.................... L, 0-7

Eastern Montana (1-0, 1.000) •Last Meeting, 9/22/73 Bemidji State win, 10-0 •Last Five Games - Bemidji State 1-0 9/22/73...........Eastern Montana........... A................. W, 10-0

Lakeland College (1-0, 1.000) •Last Meeting, 9/21/63 Bemidji State win, 38-12 •Last Five Games - Bemidji State 1-0 9/21/63...........Lakeland College.......... H............... W, 38-12

Eau Claire State (3-0, 1.00) •Last Meeting, 9/12/59 Bemidji State win, 32-12 •Last Five Games - Bemdji State 3-0 10/13/44.........Eau Claire St................. H................... W, 6-2 11/3/44...........Eau Claire St................. H................. W, 27-6 9/12/59...........Eau Claire St................. H............... W, 32-12

Lincoln University (0-2, .000) •Last Meeting, 9/25/71 Lincoln Univ win 35-13 •Last Five Games - Lincoln Univ. 2-0 9/26/70...........Lincoln........................... H................ L, 10-26 9/25/71...........Lincoln Univ.................. A................ L, 13-35

Eveleth J.C. (1-3, .250) •Last Meeting, 10/27/32, Eveleth J.C. win, 13-12 •Last Five Games - Eveleth J.C. 3-1 11/9/29...........Eveleth J.C.................... A.................. L, 6-46 11/8/30...........Eveleth J.C.................... H.................. L, 0-18 11/7/31...........Eveleth J.C.................... A................. W, 34-7 10/27/32.........Eveleth J.C.................... H................ L, 12-13 Grand Rapids HS (1-0, 1.000) •Last Meeting, 9/10/27, Bemidji State win, 36-0 •Last Five Games - Bemidji State 1-0 9/10/27...........Grand Rapids HS.......... H................. W, 36-0 Gustavus Adolphus (0-1, .000) •Last Meeting, 9/19/70 Gustavus Adolphus win, 62-6 •Last Five Games - Gustavus Adolphus 1-0 9/19/70...........Gustavus Adolphus....... A.................. L, 6-62 Hamline University (0-2, .000) •Last Meeting, 9/19/47 Hamline Univ win, 20-6 •Last Five Games - Hamline Univ. 2-0 10/12/45.........Hamline Univ................. H.................. L, 8-17 9/19/47...........Hamline Univ................. H.................. L, 6-20 Hibbing J.C (3-2,.600) •Last Meeting, 10/30/36, Bemidji State win, 20-19 •Last Five Games - Bemidji State 3-2 10/15/27.........Hibbing J.C................... A.................. L, 0-69 10/5/28...........Hibbing J.C................... H................. W, 23-0 10/30/30.........Hibbing J.C................... A................... W, 7-6 9/25/31...........Hibbing J.C................... A.................. L, 0-12 10/30/36.........Hibbing J.C................... A............... W, 20-19 Huron College (1-1, .500) •Last Meeting, 9/9/90 Bemidji State win, 21-7 •Last Five Games - Bemidji State 1-1 11/14/87.........Huron College............... A................ L, 32-39 9/9/90.............Huron Univ.................... H................. W, 21-7 Illinois State (0-1, .000) •Last Meeting, 9/23/72 Illinois St. win, 35-0 •Last Five Games - Illinois St. 1-0 9/23/72...........Illinois St........................ A.................. L, 0-35 Itasca J.C. (7-1-3, .636) •Last Meeting, 9/16/38, Bemidji State Win, 19-0 •Last Five Games - Bemidji State 3-1-1 9/24/27...........Itasca J.C...................... H................... W, 9-0 10/13/28.........Itasca J.C...................... A.....................T, 0-0 10/26/29.........Itasca J.C...................... H................... W, 9-0 10/25/30.........Itasca J.C...................... A................... W, 6-0 10/31/31.........Itasca J.C.......................................... W, 18-0 9/23/33...........Itasca J.C...................... A.....................T, 0-0 9/15/34...........Itasca J.C...................... H................... W, 6-0 9/13/35...........Itasca J.C...................... H.....................T, 7-7 10/16/35.........Itasca J.C...................... H.................... L, 0-6 9/25/37...........Itasca J.C...................... A................. W, 26-0 9/16/38...........Itasca J.C...................... H................. W, 19-0 Jamestown College (4-0, 1.000) •Last Meeting, 9/21/56 Bemidji State win, 18-7 •Last Five Games - Bemidji State 4-0 9/19/41...........Jamestown College....... H................. W, 14-0 10/22/49.........Jamestown St............... H................. W, 26-0 9/15/50...........Jamestown St............... H............... W, 33-12 9/21/56...........Jamestown (ND)............ H................. W, 18-7 Jersey of Mpls. (0-1, .000) •Last Meeting, 10/22/37 Jersey of Mpls win, 6-0 •Last Five Games - Jersey of Mpls 1-0 10/22/37.........Jersey of Mpls............... H.................... L, 0-6 LaCrosse St. (2-0, 1.000) •Last Meeting, 10/30/65 Bemidji State win, 24-14 •Last Five Games - Bemidji State 2-0 10/30/64.........LaCrosse St................... A................. W, 21-7 10/30/65.........LaCrosse St................... H............... W, 24-14

Loras College (2-0, 1.000) •Last Meeting, 10/26/85 Bemidji State win, 19-12 •Last Five Games - Bemidji State 2-0 10/27/84.........Loras College................ A................. W, 20-6 10/26/85.........Loras College................ H............... W, 19-12 Macalester (0-1, .000) •Last Meeting, 11/18/84 Macalester win, 32-29 •Last Five Games - Macalester 1-0 11/18/84.........Macalester......................1................ L, 29-32 Marshall Blocks (Mpls) (1-0, 1.000) •Last Meeting, 9/15/51 Bemidji State win, 38-0 •Last Five Games - Bemidji State 1-0 9/15/51...........Marshall Blocks(Mpls)....... H................. W, 38-0 Mayville State (12-3-1, .750) •Last Meeting, 9/19/98 Bemidji State win, 32-7 •Last Five Games - Bemidji State 4-1 9/25/36...........Mayville T.C................... H................. W, 12-0 9/16/39...........Mayville T.C................... A................. W, 12-0 9/13/40...........Mayville College............ H................. W, 20-6 9/12/41...........Mayville St..................... A................. W, 19-0 9/27/46...........Mayville St..................... A................. W, 39-0 11/4/67...........Mayville St..................... H................. W, 33-3 9/7/74.............Mayville St..................... H................. W, 40-6 9/6/75.............Mayville St..................... A................ L, 14-33 11/3/79...........Mayville St..................... H.....................T, 0-0 11/6/82...........Mayville St..................... H................ L, 17-20 11/5/83...........Mayville St..................... A................. W, 27-6 9/6/86.............Mayville St..................... H................. W, 33-3 9/1/87.............Mayville St..................... A............... W, 30-14 9/15/90...........Mayville St..................... H.................. L, 3-13 9/14/91...........Mayville St..................... A............... W, 14-10 9/19/98...........Mayville St..................... A................. W, 32-7 Michigan Tech (10-22, .313) •Last Meeting, 9/25/93 Michigan Tech win, 52-23 •Last Five Games - Michigan Tech 4-1 11/4/55...........Michigan Tech............... H................. W, 13-0 11/3/56...........Michigan Tech............... A................ L, 13-32 9/20/58...........Michigan Tech............... A............... W, 36-21 10/31/59.........Michigan Tech............... H.................. L, 0-22 9/24/60...........Michigan Tech............... H.................. L, 8-33 10/14/61.........Michigan Tech............... A................. W, 16-2 10/6/62...........Michigan Tech............... H............... W, 43-12 10/19/63.........Michigan Tech............... A................ L, 13-14 10/24/64.........Michigan Tech............... H................. W, 35-7 10/23/65.........Michigan Tech............... A................... W, 9-8 9/24/66...........Michigan Tech............... H.................. L, 0-18 10/14/67.........Michigan Tech............... A............... W, 21-14 10/5/68...........Michigan Tech............... H................. W, 14-7 10/18/69.........Michigan Tech............... A.................... L, 6-7 10/23/70.........Michigan Tech............... H.................. L, 8-35 10/23/71.........Michigan Tech............... A................ L, 20-70 10/21/72.........Michigan Tech............... H................ L, 15-21 10/20/73.........Michigan Tech............... A.................. L, 6-38 10/5/74...........Michigan Tech............... H.................. L, 6-62 10/4/75...........Michigan Tech............... A.................. L, 8-55 10/2/76...........Michigan Tech............... H.................. L, 7-48 10/1/77...........Michigan Tech............... A............... W, 31-20 10/14/78.........Michigan Tech............... H.................. L, 3-32 10/13/79.........Michigan Tech............... A................ L, 24-26 10/25/80.........Michigan Tech............... A.................. L, 0-39 10/8/88...........Michigan Tech............... A................ L, 14-28 10/7/89...........Michigan Tech............... H............... W, 26-14 10/6/90...........Michigan Tech............... A.................. L, 7-42 10/5/91...........Michigan Tech............... H.................. L, 0-35 9/26/92...........Michigan Tech............... A.................. L, 7-47 9/25/93...........Michigan Tech............... H................ L, 23-52 Minnesota, Crookston (12-1, .923) •Last Meeting, 11/13/10 Bemidji State win, 45-3 •Last Five Games - Bemidji State 5-0 9/5/98.............UM-Crookston.............. A................ L, 30-34 11/6/99...........UM-Crookston.............. A............... W, 38-31 11/4/00...........UM-Crookston.............. H............... W, 34-28 11/10/01.........UM-Crookston...............1................. W, 47-7 11/16/02.........Minn.-Crookston........... A................. W, 21-7 11/15/03.........Minn.-Crookston........... H............... 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10/15/05.........Minn.-Crookston........... A............... W, 40-14 9/23/06...........Minn.-Crookston........... H................. W, 56-7 9/22/07...........Minn.-Crookston........... A................. W, 47-9 10/18/08.........Minn.-Crookston........... H............... W, 41-27 10/17/09.........Minn.-Crookston........... A................. W, 45-6 11/13/10.........Minn.-Crookston........... H................. W, 45-3 Minnesota Duluth (10-39-1, .210) •Last Meeting, 9/25/10, Minn.-Duluth win, 44-21 •Last Five Games - Minn.-Duluth 5-0 11/14/31.........Duluth T.C...................... H................. W, 14-0 11/5/32...........Duluth T.C........................................... L, 9-12 11/4/33...........Duluth T.C...................... A.................. L, 0-31 11/12/34.........Duluth T.C...................... H................... W, 3-0 10/26/35.........Duluth T.C...................... A................ L, 12-13 10/23/36.........Duluth T.C...................... H.................. L, 6-26 10/30/37.........Duluth T.C...................... A.................. L, 2-31 10/28/38.........Duluth T.C...................... H.................... L, 0-6 10/27/39.........Duluth T.C...................... A.................... L, 6-9 10/25/40.........Duluth St. T.C................ H................. W, 10-0 10/10/41.........Duluth St. T.C................ A................. W, 34-0 10/30/42.........Duluth St. T.C................ H................. W, 34-0 10/25/46.........Duluth St....................... A.................. L, 0-12 10/24/47.........Duluth St....................... H................. W, 12-7 10/8/48...........Duluth............................ A.................. L, 6-32 10/8/49...........Duluth St....................... H................ L, 12-13 9/22/51...........Duluth............................ A............... W, 26-18 10/23/76.........UM-Duluth..................... A................ L, 13-42 9/17/77...........UM-Duluth..................... H............... W, 21-18 9/16/78...........UM-Duluth..................... H.................. L, 0-42 9/15/79...........UM-Duluth..................... A.................. L, 0-40 10/18/80.........UM-Duluth..................... H.................. L, 7-55 10/15/81.........UM-Duluth..................... A.................. L, 3-21 10/30/82.........UM-Duluth..................... H.................. L, 0-28 10/29/83.........UM-Duluth..................... A................ L, 15-24 11/3/84...........UM-Duluth..................... H.................. L, 0-19 11/2/85...........UM-Duluth..................... A.................. L, 7-10 10/25/86.........UM-Duluth..................... H.....................T, 3-3 10/24/87.........UM-Duluth..................... A.................. L, 0-40 10/15/88.........UM-Duluth..................... H.................. L, 3-43 10/14/89.........UM-Duluth..................... A.................. L, 6-26 10/13/90.........UM-Duluth..................... H................ L, 17-28 10/12/91.........UM-Duluth..................... A................ L, 19-48 10/3/92...........UM-Duluth..................... H................ L, 13-22 10/2/93...........UM-Duluth..................... A.................. L, 0-20 9/24/94...........UM-Duluth..................... H................ L, 13-48 9/23/95...........UM-Duluth..................... H.................. L, 9-40 11/9/96...........UM-Duluth..................... H.................. L, 0-49 11/8/97...........UM-Duluth..................... A.................. L, 0-41 10/31/98.........UM-Duluth..................... H............... W, 48-18 10/23/99.........UM-Duluth..................... H............... W, 35-26 10/21/00.........UM-Duluth..................... A................ L, 19-38 10/27/01.........UM-Duluth..................... H................ L, 38-42 11/2/02...........No. 15 Minn.-Duluth...... A................ L, 25-52 11/1/03...........Minn.-Duluth................. H................ L, 21-34 8/31/06...........Minnesota Duluth.......... H.................. L, 7-23 9/1/07.............Minnesota Duluth.......... A................ L, 14-31 10/25/08.........No. 6 Minn.-Duluth........ A................ L, 21-48 10/24/09.........No. 7 Minn.-Duluth........ H................ L, 34-35 9/25/10...........No. 2 Minn.-Duluth........ A................ L, 21-44 Minnesota-Morris (14-22-1, .378) •Last Meeting, 11/9/02 Bemidji State win, 38-13 •Last Five Games - Bemidji State 5-0 9/16/67...........UM-Morris..................... A............... W, 28-14 9/14/68...........UM-Morris..................... H.................. L, 0-37 9/13/69...........UM-Morris..................... A.................. L, 7-14 10/10/70.........UM-Morris..................... H.................. L, 0-14 10/9/71...........UM-Morris..................... A.................T, 22-22 10/7/72...........UM-Morris..................... H................ L, 14-26 10/6/73...........UM-Morris..................... A............... W, 41-40 9/21/74...........UM-Morris..................... H................ L, 23-31 9/20/75...........UM-Morris..................... A.................. L, 0-54 11/6/76...........UM-Morris..................... H.................. L, 7-55 11/5/77...........UM-Morris..................... A.................. L, 9-17 10/21/78.........UM-Morris..................... A.................. L, 9-33 10/20/79.........UM-Morris..................... H.................. L, 6-28 10/11/80.........UM-Morris..................... A.................. L, 0-42 10/10/81.........UM-Morris..................... H................ L, 15-45 10/9/82...........UM-Morris..................... H............... W, 14-10 10/8/83...........UM-Morris..................... A................ L, 13-24 10/13/84.........UM-Morris..................... H............... W, 16-10 10/12/85.........UM-Morris..................... A................ L, 10-15 10/4/86...........UM-Morris..................... H................ L, 24-45 10/3/87...........UM-Morris..................... A................ L, 19-20 9/24/88...........UM-Morris..................... H................ L, 20-27 9/23/89...........UM-Morris..................... A.................. L, 6-10 11/10/90.........UM-Morris..................... H................ L, 35-40 11/9/91...........UM-Morris..................... A............... W, 28-25 10/31/92.........UM-Morris..................... H................. W, 34-7 10/30/93.........UM-Morris..................... A.................. L, 7-21 10/22/94.........UM-Morris..................... H............... W, 33-12

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10/21/95.........UM-Morris..................... A............... W, 16-12 10/19/96.........UM-Morris..................... H............... W, 19-15 10/18/97.........UM-Morris..................... A................ L, 28-45 11/16/97.........UM-Morris......................1................ L, 34-41 10/10/98.........UM-Morris..................... H............... W, 48-13 10/30/99.........UM-Morris..................... A............... W, 53-20 10/28/00.........UM-Morris..................... H................. W, 70-0 11/3/01...........UM-Morris..................... A................. W, 69-6 11/9/02...........Minn.-Morris.................. H............... W, 38-13 Minnesota State (14-28-2, .318) •Last Meeting, 9/5/09 No.10 Minnesota St. win, 37-34 •Last Five Games - Bemidji State 3-2 10/8/33...........Mankato T.C.................. A................... W, 6-0 10/6/34...........Mankato T.C.................. H.................. L, 0-13 10/4/35...........Mankato T.C.................. A.................. L, 6-27 10/9/36...........Mankato T.C.................. H................ L, 12-27 10/9/37...........Mankato T.C.................. A............... W, 20-19 10/7/38...........Mankato T.C.................. H.................. L, 0-31 10/6/39...........Mankato T.C.................. A.....................T, 6-6 11/1/40...........Mankato St. T.C............ H................. W, 13-7 10/24/41.........Mankato St. T.C............ A................ L, 19-21 10/2/42...........Mankato St. T.C............ H.................... L, 0-7 10/18/46.........Mankato St.................... A................ L, 12-21 9/27/47...........Mankato St.................... H................. W, 27-6 10/15/48.........Mankato St.................... A.................. L, 0-16 10/29/49.........Mankato St.................... A.................... L, 0-6 10/21/50.........Mankato St.................... A.................T, 13-13 10/20/51.........Mankato St.................... H............... W, 20-13 10/24/52.........Mankato St.................... A.................. L, 7-27 10/23/53.........Mankato St.................... H................ L, 14-19 10/23/54.........Mankato St.................... A.................. L, 7-26 10/22/55.........Mankato St.................... H................ L, 12-19 10/20/56.........Mankato St.................... A.................. L, 6-25 10/18/57.........Mankato St.................... H............... W, 14-13 10/11/58.........Mankato St.................... A................ L, 12-13 10/10/59.........Mankato St.................... H................... W, 6-0 10/13/60.........Mankato St.................... A.................. L, 3-20 9/30/61...........Mankato St.................... H.................. L, 6-16 10/27/62.........Mankato St.................... A................... W, 9-7 10/5/63...........Mankato St.................... H................. W, 15-9 10/10/64.........Mankato St.................... A............... W, 21-20 10/9/65...........Mankato St.................... H............... W, 20-13 10/15/66.........Mankato St.................... A.................... L, 0-6 9/30/67...........Mankato St.................... H................ L, 13-22 10/26/68.........Mankato St.................... A................ L, 14-49 10/4/69...........Mankato St.................... H.................. L, 0-23 9/23/78...........Mankato St.................... A.................. L, 3-32 9/22/79...........Mankato St.................... H.................. L, 0-28 9/6/80.............Mankato St.................... A.................. L, 7-24 9/5/81.............Mankato St.................... H.................. L, 0-10 8/29/02...........MSU-Mankato............... A................ L, 23-45 8/28/03...........MSU-Mankato............... H............... W, 12-10 8/26/04...........Minnesota State............ A............... W, 42-35 9/10/05...........Minnesota State............ H............... W, 28-23 9/6/08.............Minnesota State............ H................ L, 14-28 9/5/09.............No. 10 Minnesota State.A................ L, 34-37 Minot State (11-1, .917) •Last Meeting, 8/26/10 Bemidji State win, 24-7 •Last Five Games - Bemidji State 5-0 9/4/99.............Minot St......................... H................. W, 28-7 9/2/00.............Minot St......................... A................. W, 25-0 9/1/01.............Minot St......................... A............... W, 39-20 9/7/02.............Minot St......................... H................ L, 28-35 9/6/03.............Minot St......................... A................. W, 48-0 9/4/04.............Minot St......................... H............... W, 49-14 9/3/05.............Minot St......................... A............... W, 42-17 9/9/06.............Minot St......................... A................. W, 30-9 9/8/07.............Minot St......................... H................. W, 31-7 8/28/08...........Minot St......................... A............... W, 27-24 8/27/09...........Minot St......................... H............... W, 47-20 8/26/10...........Minot St......................... A................. W, 24-7 Morningside (1-0, 1.000) •Last Meeting, 9/19/76 Bemidji State win, 7-3 •Last Five Games - Bemidji State 1-0 9/19/76...........Morningside.................. A................... W, 7-3 MSU Moorhead (36-38-3, .487) •Last Meeting, 10/16/10, Bemidji State win, 14-6 •Last Five Games - Bemidji State 4-1 9/28/29...........Moorhead T.C................ A.................... L, 6-8 9/27/30...........Moorhead T.C................ H.................. L, 0-33 10/22/32.........Moorhead T.C................ A.................... L, 0-9 10/28/33.........Moorhead T.C................ H................... W, 2-0 10/20/24.........Moorhead T.C................ A.................. L, 0-44 11/2/35...........Moorhead T.C................ A................ L, 12-44 9/18/36...........Moorhead T.C................ H.................. L, 6-27 9/18/37...........Moorhead T.C................ H.................. L, 0-24 9/22/39...........Moorhead T.C................ A.................... L, 0-6 10/18/40.........Moorhead St. T.C.......... H............... W, 21-12

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10/18/41.........Moorhead St. T.C.......... A................. W, 25-0 10/9/42...........Moorhead St................. H................. W, 33-0 10/11/46.........Moorhead St................. H................... W, 7-0 10/10/47.........Moorhead St................. A.................. L, 7-20 10/22/48.........Moorhead St................. H.................. L, 6-13 11/5/49...........Moorhead St................. A................. W, 13-6 10/27/50.........Moorhead St................. A................. W, 20-0 10/26/51.........Moorhead St................. H................. W, 12-0 9/26/52...........Moorhead St................. A.................. L, 6-19 9/25/53...........Moorhead St................. H................. W, 13-6 9/25/54...........Moorhead St................. A.................. L, 7-20 9/23/55...........Moorhead St................. H................. W, 20-7 10/27/56.........Moorhead St................. A.................T, 13-13 10/25/57.........Moorhead St................. H............... W, 27-14 10/18/58.........Moorhead St................. A................. W, 48-7 10/17/59.........Moorhead St................. H................. W, 34-6 10/20/60.........Moorhead St................. A................. W, 20-8 10/7/61...........Moorhead St................. H................. W, 34-8 9/29/62...........Moorhead St................. A.................. L, 7-10 10/12/63.........Moorhead St................. H.................T, 20-20 10/17/64.........Moorhead St................. A................ L, 14-15 10/16/65.........Moorhead St................. H.................. L, 7-14 10/22/66.........Moorhead St................. A.................. L, 0-13 10/7/67...........Moorhead St................. H.................T, 20-20 9/28/68...........Moorhead St................. A................ L, 10-28 10/11/69.........Moorhead St................. H............... W, 28-12 10/3/70...........Moorhead St................. A.................. L. 6-33 10/2/71...........Moorhead St................. H.................. L, 8-28 9/30/72...........Moorhead St................. A................ L, 15-48 9/29/73...........Moorhead St................. H.................. L, 7-17 11/2/74...........Moorhead St................. A.................. L, 0-40 11/1/75...........Moorhead St................. H.................. L, 0-28 10/30/76.........Moorhead St................. A............... W, 24-22 10/29/77.........Moorhead St................. H................ L, 14-21 10/7/78...........Moorhead St................. A.................. L, 0-28 10/6/79...........Moorhead St................. H.................. L, 2-35 9/27/80...........Moorhead St................. A.................. L, 3-39 9/26/81...........Moorhead St................. H.................. L, 7-35 9/25/82...........Moorhead St................. H................ L, 23-38 9/24/83...........Moorhead St................. A............... W, 33-28 9/29/84...........Moorhead St................. H................ L, 28-35 9/28/85...........Moorhead St................. A.................. L, 7-14 11/8/86...........Moorhead St................. H............... W, 27-26 11/7/87...........Moorhead St................. A................ L, 14-36 10/29/88.........Moorhead St................. H................ L, 14-47 10/28/89.........Moorhead St................. A................ L, 12-46 10/27/90.........Moorhead St................. H................ L, 19-37 10/26/91.........Moorhead St................. A.................. L, 7-42 10/17/92.........Moorhead St................. H............... W, 28-27 10/16/93.........Moorhead St................. A................ L, 16-36 10/8/94...........Moorhead St................. H.................. L, 6-33 10/7/95...........Moorhead St................. A................ L, 20-32 10/5/96...........Moorhead St................. H................ L, 27-29 10/4/97...........Moorhead St................. A................ L, 17-36 9/26/98...........Moorhead St................. H............... W, 22-10 10/16/99.........Moorhead St................. H................ L, 25-32 10/14/00.........MSU Moorhead............. A............... W, 28-14 10/20/01.........MSU Moorhead............. H............... W, 28-14 10/26/02.........MSU Moorhead............. A............... W, 35-28 10/4/03...........MSU Moorhead............. H............... W, 23-15 10/30/04.........MSU Moorhead............. A................. W, 42-0 10/29/05.........MSU Moorhead............. H............... W, 27-13 9/16/06...........MSU Moorhead............. A................. W, 21-9 9/15/07...........MSU Moorhead............. H................. W, 27-3 9/20/08...........MSU Moorhead............. A.................. L, 7-27 9/19/09...........MSU Moorhead............. H............... W, 38-13 10/16/10.........MSU Moorhead............. A................. W, 14-6 Mt. Senario (Wisc) (3-0, 1.000) •Last Meeting, 9/13/86 Bemidji State win, 51-0 •Last Five Games - Bemidji State 3-0 9/15/84...........Mt. Senario.................... H................. W, 44-0 9/14/85...........Mt. Senario.................... A................. W, 45-0 9/13/86...........Mt. Senario.................... H................. W, 51-0 N’western (Minn) (3-0, 1.000) •Last Meeting, 9/16/89 Bemidji State win, 40-12 •Last Five Games - Bemidji State 3-0 10/17/87.........N’western...................... H............... W, 41-25 9/17/88...........N’western...................... A................. W, 30-7 9/16/89...........N’western...................... H............... W, 40-12 Nebraska-Kearney (0-2, .000) •Last Meeting, 11/13/93 Neb-Kearney win, 28-3 •Last Five Games - Neb-Kearney 2-0 11/14/92.........Neb-Kearney..................1................ L, 21-31 11/13/93.........Neb-Kearney..................1.................. L, 3-28 North Dakota (1-11, .083) •Last Meeting, 9/9/95 North Dakota win, 63-0 •Last Five Games - North Dakota 4-1 11/6/42...........North Dakota................. H.................. L, 7-13


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9/13/46...........North Dakota................. H.................. L, 0-25 10/27/50.........North Dakota...................................... L, 6-26 9/20/52...........North Dakota................. H.................. L, 0-31 9/19/53...........North Dakota................. H................ L, 13-21 9/18/54...........North Dakota................. A................ L, 12-27 9/20/57...........North Dakota................. A................ L, 19-34 9/13/58...........North Dakota................. H................. W, 13-6 9/19/64...........North Dakota................. H.................. L, 0-10 9/11/65...........North Dakota................. A.................. L, 6-20 9/10/94...........North Dakota................. A.................. L, 6-42 9/9/95.............North Dakota................. H.................. L, 0-63 North Dakota Frosh (0-1, .000) •Last Meeting, 10/5/29, North Dakota Frosh win, 26-6 •Last Five Games - North Dakota Frosh 1-0 10/5/29...........North Dakota Frosh....... H.................. L, 6-26 North Dakota State (2-1, .667) •Last Meeting, 9/17/48 Bemidj State win, 13-0 •Last Five Games - Bemidji State 2-1 9/28/45...........North Dakota St............ H................... W, 6-0 9/12/47...........North Dakota St............ H.................. L, 0-20 9/17/48...........North Dakota St............ A................. W, 13-0 Northern Michigan (1-2-1, .250) •Last Meeting, 9/21/68 Northern Michigan win, 53-0 •Last Five Games - Northern Michigan 2-1-1 10/8/55...........Northern Michigan........ A............... W, 25-14 10/6/56...........Northern Michigan........ H.................T, 13-13 9/23/67...........Northern Michigan........ H.................. L, 3-33 9/21/68...........Northern Michigan........ A.................. L, 0-53 Northern State (17-16-1, .515) •Last Meeting, 10/30/10 Bemidji State win, 41-13 •Last Five Games - Bemidji State 5-0 9/27/57...........Northern St.................... H................ L, 13-14 11/1/58...........Northern St.................... A................. W, 40-7 10/4/80...........Northern St.................... H............... W, 17-14 10/3/81...........Northern St.................... A.................. L, 8-13 10/16/82.........Northern St.................... A............... W, 21-20 10/15/83.........Northern St.................... H.....................T, 7-7 10/20/84.........Northern St.................... A................. W, 26-0 10/19/85.........Northern St.................... H............... W, 37-14 10/11/86.........Northern St.................... A.................. L, 0-16 10/10/87.........Northern St.................... H................ L, 12-59 10/1/88...........Northern St.................... A................ L, 21-36 11/12/88.........Northern St.....................1................ L, 14-37 9/30/89...........Northern St.................... H................ L, 17-30 9/29/90...........Northern St.................... A.................. L, 6-42 9/28/91...........Northern St.................... H.................. L, 0-12 11/7/92...........Northern St.................... A................ L, 10-17 11/6/93...........Northern St.................... H................ L, 20-35 10/29/94.........Northern St.................... A................ L, 12-21 10/28/95.........Northern St.................... H............... W, 25-24 10/26/96.........Northern St.................... A................ L, 14-52 10/25/97.........Northern St.................... H............... W, 25-22 10/17/98.........Northern St.................... A.................. L, 6-34 9/25/99...........Northern St.................... A................ L, 17-45 9/23/00...........Northern St.................... H............... W, 39-38 9/29/01...........Northern St.................... A............... W, 47-46 10/5/02...........Northern St.................... H............... W, 28-21 10/25/03.........Northern St.................... A............... W, 48-42 10/23/04.........Northern St.................... A................ L, 31-34 10/22/05.........Northern St.................... H............... W, 45-33 9/30/06...........Northern St.................... A............... W, 25-22 9/29/07...........Northern St.................... H................. W, 35-7 9/27/08...........Northern St.................... H............... W, 31-20 9/26/09...........Northern St.................... A............... W, 42-20 10/30/10.........Northern St.................... H............... W, 41-13 Northland (3-0-1, .750) •Last Meeting, 9/16/55 Bemidji State win, 37-0 •Last Five Games - Bemidji State 3-0-1 9/24/32...........Northland...................... H.....................T, 6-6 11/2/34...........Northland...................... A................. W, 20-0 11/6/54...........Northland (Wis.)............. A................. W, 34-6 9/16/55...........Northland (Wis.)............. H................. W, 37-0 Northwestern (Iowa) (1-3, .250) •Last Meeting, 10/18/86 Bemidji State win, 28-3 •Last Five Games - Northwestern 3-1 10/24/81.........Northwestern................ A.................. L, 7-21 10/23/82.........No.2 Northwestern........ A................ L, 12-35 10/22/83.........No.1 Northwestern........ H................ L, 28-42 10/18/86.........Northwestern................ A................. W, 28-3 Northwest Missouri (0-1-1, .000) •Last Meeting, 9/17/60 Northwest Missouri win, 27-6 •Last Five Games - Northwest Missouri 1-0-1 9/19/59...........Northwest Missouri....... A.....................T, 0-0 9/17/60...........Northwest Missouri....... H.................. L, 6-27

Park Rapids HS (1-0-1, .500) •Last Meeting, 10/1/27, Bemidji State win, 44-0 •Last Five Games - Bemidji State 1-0-1 11/3/26...........Park Rapids HS............. H.....................T, 6-6 10/1/27...........Park Rapids HS............. A................. W, 44-0 Parsons (0-1, .000) •Last Meeting, 10/29/66 Parsons win, 46-17 •Last Five Games - Parsons 1-0 10/29/66.........Parsons......................... A................ L, 17-46 Pittsburg St. (0-1, .000) •Last Meeting, 12/2/06 Pittsburg St. win, 35-27 •Last Five Games - Pittsburg St. 1-0 12/2/06...........Pittsburg St....................2................ L, 27-35 Platteville (0-2, .000) •Last Meeting, 9/11/71 Platteville win, 32-15 •Last Five Games - Platteville 2-0 9/12/70...........Platteville....................... H................ L, 14-33 9/11/71...........Platteville....................... A................ L, 15-32 Sioux Falls (1-1, .500) •Last Meeting, 9/3/83 Bemidji State win 31-0 •Last Five Games - Bemidji State 1-1 9/4/82.............Sioux Falls..................... A................ L, 12-14 9/3/83.............Sioux Falls..................... H................. W, 31-0 South Dakota (1-3, .250) •Last Meeting, 9/11/93 South Dakota win, 42-3 •Last Five Games - South Dakota 3-1 9/14/63...........South Dakota................ A................. W, 33-7 9/12/64...........South Dakota................ H.................. L, 0-14 9/11/93...........South Dakota................ A.................. L, 3-42 South Dakota State (1-3, .250) •Last Meeting, 9/9/61 South Dakota St. win, 34-8 •Last Five Games - South Dakota St. 3-1 10/19/45.........South Dakota St............ A................... W, 6-0 11/2/51...........South Dakota St............ A.................. L, 0-48 9/10/60...........South Dakota St............ A.................. L, 6-22 9/9/61.............South Dakota St............ H.................. L, 8-34 St. Ambrose (0-1, .000) •Last Meeting, 11/18/90 St. Ambrose win, 28-21 •Last Five Games - St. Ambrose 1-0 11/18/90.........St. Ambrose...................1................ L, 21-28 St. Cloud Cathedral (1-0, 1.000) •Last Meeting, 9/17/27, Bemidji State Win, 19-0 •Last Five Games - Bemidji State 1-0 9/17/27...........St. Cloud Cathedral....... A................. W, 19-0 St. Cloud State (16-35-3, .324) •Last Meeting, 11/6/10, St. Cloud St. win, 35-14 •Last Five Games - St. Cloud St. 5-0 10/7/27...........St. Cloud T.C................. H.................. L, 6-26 9/29/28...........St. Cloud T.C................. A.....................T, 0-0 10/18/29.........St. Cloud T.C................. H.................. L, 0-26 10/4/30...........St. Cloud T.C................. A.................. L, 6-26 10/16/31.........St. Cloud T.C................. H.................. L, 0-18 10/15/32.........St. Cloud T.C................. H................... W, 6-0 10/14/33.........St. Cloud T.C................. H.................... L, 0-6 10/12/34.........St. Cloud T.C................. A.................. L, 7-19 10/11/35.........St. Cloud T.C................. H................ L, 12-13 10/17/36.........St. Cloud T.C................. A.................... L, 0-6 10/16/37.........St. Cloud T.C................. H.................. L, 7-33 10/15/38.........St. Cloud T.C................. A.................... L, 0-7 10/13/39.........St. Cloud T.C................. H................. W, 19-6 10/12/40.........St. Cloud St. T.C........... A.................... L, 0-6 10/31/41.........St. Cloud St. T.C........... H.................. L, 0-21 10/17/42.........St. Cloud St. T.C........... A.................. L, 0-14 10/5/46...........St. Cloud St................... H................. W, 18-0 10/29/48.........St. Cloud St................... H.................. L, 0-14 9/24/49...........St. Cloud St................... A.....................T, 6-6 10/13/50.........St. Cloud St................... H............... W, 14-13 10/13/51.........St. Cloud St................... A.................. L, 0-26 10/17/52.........St. Cloud St................... H.................. L, 0-20 10/17/53.........St. Cloud St................... A................ L, 12-18 10/16/54.........St. Cloud St................... H................ L, 12-18 10/15/55.........St. Cloud St................... A.................. L, 6-46 10/13/56.........St. Cloud St................... H................ L, 13-19 10/11/57.........St. Cloud St................... A............... W, 18-13 10/4/58...........St. Cloud St................... H............... W, 50-12 10/3/59...........St. Cloud St................... A................. W, 45-8 10/9/60...........St. Cloud St................... H............... W, 14-10 10/28/61.........St. Cloud St................... A................. W, 12-7 10/20/62.........St. Cloud St................... H................ L, 14-15 9/28/63...........St. Cloud St................... A................. W, 35-0 10/3/64...........St. Cloud St................... H................. W, 26-2 10/2/65...........St. Cloud St................... A................. W, 14-6

10/8/66...........St. Cloud St................... H................... W, 9-7 10/28/67.........St. Cloud St................... A.................. L, 6-20 10/19/68.........St. Cloud St................... H................ L, 13-17 9/27/69...........St. Cloud St................... A.....................T, 7-7 10/31/70.........St. Cloud St................... A.................. L, 9-29 10/30/71.........St. Cloud St................... H............... W, 15-14 10/28/72.........St. Cloud St................... A.................. L, 7-24 10/27/73.........St. Cloud St................... H................. W, 31-7 10/12/74.........St. Cloud St................... A................ L, 17-36 10/11/75.........St. Cloud St................... H................ L, 24-43 10/9/76...........St. Cloud St................... A................ L, 10-20 10/8/77...........St. Cloud St................... H................. W, 28-7 10/28/78.........St. Cloud St................... H.................. L, 3-31 10/27/79.........St. Cloud St................... A................ L, 10-24 11/8/80...........St. Cloud St................... H.................... L, 0-7 11/7/81...........St. Cloud St................... A................ L, 10-28 10/4/08...........St. Cloud St................... A................ L, 14-48 10/3/09...........St. Cloud St................... H................ L, 27-38 11/6/10...........St. Cloud St................... A................ L, 14-35 St. Joesph’s (Ind) (0-1, .000) •Last Meeting, 9/20/86 St. Joesphs win, 37-10 •Last Five Games - St. Joesphs 1-0 9/20/86...........St. Joesphs................... A................ L, 10-37 St. Johns University (2-11, .154) •Last Meeting, 9/6/97 Bemidji State win, 25-21 •Last Five Games - St. Johns 4-1 9/22/34...........St. Johns Univ............... A.................. L, 0-20 9/20/35...........St. Johns Univ............... H.................. L, 0-20 9/24/45...........St. Johns Univ............... A................... W, 6-0 9/20/46...........St. Johns Univ............... H.................. L, 0-32 10/1/49...........St. Johns Univ............... H.................. L, 7-20 9/16/61...........St. Johns Univ............... A.................. L, 6-30 9/8/62.............St. Johns Univ............... H................ L, 14-30 9/18/65...........St. Johns Univ............... A.................... L, 0-7 9/17/66...........St. Johns Univ............... H................ L, 20-26 9/7/91.............St. Johns....................... H.................. L, 0-29 9/12/92...........St. Johns....................... A.................. L, 8-35 9/7/96.............St. Johns....................... A.................. L, 2-20 9/6/97.............St. Johns....................... H............... W, 25-21 St. Olaf’s College (0-1, .000) •Last Meeting, 10/5/45 St. Olaf’s College win, 19-0 •Last Five Games - St. Olaf’s College 1-0 10/5/45...........St. Olaf’s College.......... H.................. L, 0-19 St. Thomas (5-3, .625) •Last Meeting, 9/8/01 Bemidji State win, 26-16 •Last Five Games - Bemidji State 5-0 9/18/42...........St. Thomas.................... A.................... L, 0-6 9/15/45...........St. Thomas.................... A.................. L, 0-28 11/11/67.........St. Thomas.................... A................ L, 31-42 11/9/68...........St. Thomas.................... H................. W, 37-0 9/12/98...........St. Thomas.................... H............... W, 25-21 9/11/99...........St. Thomas.................... A............... W, 24-14 9/9/00.............St. Thomas.................... H................. W, 32-9 9/8/01.............St. Thomas.................... A............... W, 26-16 Superior State (0-1, .000) •Last Meeting, 10/1/48 Superior St. win, 13-0 •Last Five Games - Superior St. 1-0 10/1/48...........Superior St.................... A.................. L, 0-13 Southwest Minnesota State (20-20-1, .500) •Last Meeting, 9/18/10 Bemidji State win, 30-14 •Last Five Games - Bemidji State 5-0 10/17/70.........Southwest St................. A................ L, 20-30 10/16/71.........Southwest St................. H............... W, 27-17 10/14/72.........Southwest St................. A.................. L, 7-20 10/13/73.........Southwest St................. H................ L, 13-14 9/28/74...........Southwest St................. A................ L, 17-27 9/27/75...........Southwest St................. H................. W, 29-7 9/25/76...........Southwest St................. A................. W, 36-0 9/24/77...........Southwest St................. H................. W, 20-0 11/4/78...........Southwest St................. A.................... L, 3-7 11/10/79.........Southwest St................. H................ L, 13-20 11/1/80...........Southwest St................. A.................. L, 3-35 10/31/81.........Southwest St................. H.................. L, 0-17 9/18/82...........Southwest St................. A................ L, 16-28 9/17/83...........Southwest St................. H................ L, 10-17 9/22/84...........Southwest St................. A................. W, 17-9 9/21/85...........Southwest St................. H................. W, 32-0 11/1/86...........Southwest St................. A................. W, 29-6 10/31/87.........Southwest St................. H.................T, 46-46 10/22/88.........Southwest St................. A................ L, 10-16 10/21/89.........Southwest St................. H............... W, 30-24 10/21/90.........Southwest St................. A.................. L, 0-49 10/19/91.........No.2 Southwest St........ H................ L, 28-60 11/17/91.........Southwest St..................1................ L, 46-47 10/10/92.........Southwest St................. A................ 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10/1/94...........Southwest St................. A................ L, 20-28 9/30/95...........Southwest St................. A.................... L, 6-8 9/28/96...........Southwest St................. A.................. L, 7-32 11/17/96.........Southwest St..................1............... W, 28-14 9/27/97...........Southwest St................. H.................. L, 0-16 11/7/98...........Southwest St................. A............... W, 28-18 10/9/99...........Southwest St................. A............... W, 13-10 10/7/00...........Southwest St................. H............... W, 65-63 10/13/01.........Southwest St................. A............... W, 52-14 10/19/02.........Southwest St................. H................. W, 37-0 10/18/03.........SW Minnesota St.......... H................. W, 41-3 10/2/04...........SW Minnesota St.......... A................. W, 30-7 10/1/05...........SW Minnesota St.......... H................. W, 47-9 10/28/06.........SW Minnesota St.......... H............... W, 23-15 10/27/07.........SW Minnesota St.......... A............... W, 28-14 9/18/10...........SW Minnesota St.......... A............... W, 30-14 U-Mary (3-2, .600) •Last Meeting, 10/23/10 Bemidji State win, 23-22 •Last Five Games - Bemidji State 3-2 10/7/06...........Mary.............................. H................ L, 21-27 10/6/07...........Mary.............................. A.................. L, 7-10 11/1/08...........U-Mary.......................... H............... W, 31-10 10/31/09.........U-Mary.......................... A................. W, 21-7 10/23/19.........U-Mary.......................... H............... W, 23-22 University of Manitoba (2-0, 1.000) •Last Meeting, 11/5/48 Bemidji State win, 20-6 •Last Five Games - Bemidji State 2-0 10/17/47.........U. of Manitoba.............. H................. W, 12-0 11/5/48...........U. of Manitoba.............. H................. W, 20-6 UM-Cass Lake (2-0, 1.000) •Last Meeting, 9/20/29, Bemidji State win, 32-6 •Last Five Games - Bemidji State 2-0 9/15/28...........UM-Cass Lake.............. H................. W, 32-6 9/20/29...........UM-Cass Lake.............. H................. W, 20-0 Upper Iowa (3-0, 1.000) •Last Meeting, 10/2/10 Bemidji State win, 51-12 •Last Five Games - Bemidji State 3-0 11/7/06...........Upper Iowa.....................1............... W, 44-20 11/9/07...........Upper Iowa.....................1............... W, 56-28 10/2/10...........Upper Iowa.................... H............... W, 51-12 UW-Steven’s Point (2-3, .400) •Last Meeting, 11/14/99 UW-Steven’s Point win, 35-23 •Last Five Games - UW-Steven’s Point 3-2 9/10/66...........Steven’s Point............... H................... W, 3-0 9/20/69...........Steven’s Point............... A................... W, 6-0 9/21/96...........UW-Steven’s Point........ H.................. L, 7-52 9/20/97...........UW-Steven’s Point........ A.................. L, 0-47 11/14/99.........UW-Steven’s Point.........1................ L, 23-35 UW-Stout (2-5, .286) •Last Meeting, 9/13/97 UW-Stout win, 43-6 •Last Five Games - UW-Stout 5-0 10/26/74.........UW-Stout...................... H............... W, 26-20 10/25/75.........UW-Stout...................... A................... W, 7-0 11/21/87.........UW-Stout.......................1.................. L, 6-45 9/16/94...........UW-Stout...................... H................ L, 21-22 9/16/95...........UW-Stout...................... A................ L, 17-49 9/14/96...........UW-Stout...................... H................ L, 13-28 9/13/97...........UW-Stout...................... A.................. L, 6-43 UW-Superior (8-7-1, .500) •Last Meeting, 11/9/85 Bemidji State win, 44-14 •Last Five Games - Bemidji State 3-2 10/29/54.........Wis. St.-Superior........... H................ L, 14-21 10/29/55.........Wis. St.-Superior........... A.....................T, 0-0 11/8/57...........Wis. St.-Superior........... A.................. L, 0-26 11/7/58...........Wis. St.-Superior........... H............... W, 48-14 11/6/59...........Wis. St.-Superior........... A............... W, 32-26 11/4/60...........Wis. St.-Superior........... H................ L, 12-20 11/3/61...........Wis. St.-Superior........... A.................. L, 9-13 11/2/62...........Wis. St.-Superior........... H................ L, 16-35 11/1/63...........Wis. St.-Superior........... A................. W, 34-0 11/6/64...........Wis. St.-Superior........... H............... W, 51-20 11/16/76.........UW-Superior................. H................. W, 43-0 11/12/77.........UW-Superior................. A............... W, 49-13 9/14/82...........UW-Superior................. H.................. L, 7-24 9/10/83...........UW-Superior................. A.................... L, 0-3 11/10/84.........UW-Superior................. H............... W, 44-14 11/9/85...........UW-Superior................. A............... W, 40-13 Valley City State (9-6, .600) •Last Meeting, 9/12/81 Valley City St. win, 24-6 •Last Five Games -Valley City State 4-1 11/2/50...........Valley City St................. A............... W, 19-13 10/5/51...........Valley City St................. H................. W, 45-7 10/31/52.........Valley City St................. H............... W, 18-13 10/30/53.........Valley City St................. A.................. L, 6-26

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9/14/56...........Valley City St................. A................. W, 33-0 11/1/57...........Valley City St................. H................. W, 12-6 9/9/72.............Valley City St................. H............... W, 17-13 9/8/73.............Valley City St................. A................. W, 20-0 11/8/75...........Valley City St................. A................ L, 21-43 9/11/76...........Valley City St................. H................. W, 34-3 9/10/77...........Valley City St................. A................ L, 10-17 9/9/78.............Valley City St................. H................ L, 14-23 9/8/79.............Valley City St................. A................ L, 28-43 9/13/80...........Valley City St................. H................. W, 21-6 9/12/81...........Valley City St................. A.................. L, 6-24 Virginia J.C. (1-4-1, .167) •Last Meeting, 10/8/32, Bemdiji State win, 6-0 •Last Five Games - Virginia J.C. 3-1-1 10/22/27.........Virginia J.C.................... A.................. L, 6-25 10/20/28.........Virginia J.C.................... H.....................T, 0-0 10/12/29.........Virginia J.C.................... A.................... L, 0-6 10/11/30.........Virginia J.C.................... H.................. L, 0-31 10/9/31...........Virginia J.C.................... A.................. L, 0-41 10/8/32...........Virginia J.C.................... H................... W, 6-0 Wayne State (Neb) (7-9. .438) •Last Meeting, 10/10/09 Bemidji State win, 21-10 •Last Five Games - Wayne St. 3-2 9/22/90...........Wayne St....................... A.................. L, 0-22 9/19/92...........Wayne St....................... H.................. L, 7-44 9/18/93...........Wayne St....................... A.................. L, 7-59 11/5/94...........Wayne St....................... H................ L, 22-53 11/4/95...........Wayne St....................... A................ L, 14-45 9/18/99...........Wayne St....................... H............... W, 52-38 9/16/00...........Wayne St....................... A............... W, 24-21 9/22/01...........Wayne St....................... A.................. L, 7-13 9/28/02...........Wayne St....................... H................. W, 38-2 11/7/03...........Wayne St........................1............... W, 45-21 11/6/04...........Wayne St........................1................. W, 24-0 11/5/05...........Wayne St........................1................ L, 28-38 10/15/06.........Wayne St....................... A............... W, 40-37 10/13/07.........Wayne St....................... H................ L, 21-24 10/11/08.........Wayne St....................... A................ L, 11-30 10/10/09.........No. 14 Wayne St........... H............... W, 21-10 Weber State (0-1, .000) •Last Meeting, 10/22/77 Weber St. win, 31-28 •Last Five Games - Weber St. 1-0 10/22/77.........Weber St....................... A................ L, 28-31 Whapeton Science (2-1, .667) •Last Meeting, 9/17/49 Bemidji State win, 41-0 •Last Five Games - Bemidj State 2-1 9/23/38...........Whapeton (N.D.)............ H................ L, 13-14 9/26/41...........Whapeton science........ H................. W, 19-0 9/17/49...........Whapeton science........ H................. W, 41-0 Winnipeg Bombers (0-1, .000) •Last Meeting, 10/27/45 Winnipeg Bombers win, 40-7 •Last Five Games - Winnipeg Bombers 1-0 10/27/45.........Winnipeg Bombers........ H.................. L, 7-40 Winona State (29-43-1, .397) •Last Meeting, 9/12/09 Bemidji State win, 24-19 •Last Five Games - Winona St. 3-2 10/1/32...........Winona T.C.................... A.................. L, 0-12 9/30/33...........Winona T.C.................... H.................... L, 0-7 9/28/34...........Winona T.C.................... A.................... L, 0-6 9/27/35...........Winona T.C.................... H............... W, 20-14 10/2/36...........Winona T.C.................... H................... W, 2-0 10/2/37...........Winona T.C.................... H................. W, 12-0 9/30/38...........Winona T.C.................... A.................. L, 0-13 9/29/39...........Winona T.C.................... H.................. L, 0-12 10/4/40...........Winona St. T.C.............. A.................. L, 7-14 10/4/41...........Winona St. T.C.............. H................. W, 13-0 10/23/42.........Winona St. T.C.............. A................. W, 27-0 10/3/47...........Winona St...................... A................... W, 6-0 9/24/48...........Winona St...................... H............... W, 20-12 10/15/49.........Winona St...................... A................. W, 27-7 9/30/50...........Winona St...................... H.............. W, Na-Na 9/29/51...........Winona St...................... A............... W, 20-13 10/4/52...........Winona St...................... H................. W, 12-0 10/3/53...........Winona St...................... A.................. L, 7-26 10/2/54...........Winona St...................... H.................T, 13-13 9/30/55...........Winona St...................... A.................. L, 6-13 9/29/56...........Winona St...................... H.................. L, 7-13 10/4/57...........Winona St...................... A.................. L, 8-19 10/25/58.........Winona St...................... H............... W, 38-13 10/24/59.........Winona St...................... A................. W, 31-8 10/1/60...........Winona St...................... A.................. L, 6-26 10/21/61.........Winona St...................... H.................. L, 0-12 10/13/62.........Winona St...................... A.................. L, 6-20 10/26/63.........Winona St...................... H................. W, 41-0 9/26/64...........Winona St...................... A.................... L, 0-6 9/25/65...........Winona St...................... H................ L, 20-22

2011

10/1/66...........Winona St...................... A................. W, 14-7 10/21/67.........Winona St...................... H.................. L, 0-33 10/12/68.........Winona St...................... A................ L, 14-27 10/25/69.........Winona St...................... H................. W, 19-0 11/7/70...........Winona St...................... H............... W, 40-12 11/6/71...........Winona St...................... A................. W, 41-0 11/4/72...........Winona St...................... H................... W, 9-7 11/3/73...........Winona St...................... A.................. L, 9-35 10/19/74.........Winona St...................... H................ L, 17-40 10/18/75.........Winona St...................... A................ L, 15-48 10/16/76.........Winona St...................... H................. W, 38-7 10/15/77.........Winona St...................... A................. W, 38-3 9/30/78...........Winona St...................... H................ L, 14-20 9/29/79...........Winona St...................... A............... W, 17-14 9/20/80...........Winona St...................... H.................. L, 7-10 9/19/81...........Winona St...................... A................ L, 13-17 10/2/82...........Winona St...................... A................ L, 28-40 10/1/83...........Winona St...................... H................ L, 11-29 10/6/84...........Winona St...................... A............... W, 24-14 10/5/85...........Winona St...................... H................. W, 28-0 9/27/86...........Winona St...................... A............... W, 21-16 11/15/86.........Winona St.......................1................ L, 25-27 9/26/87...........Winona St...................... H.................. L, 7-16 11/5/88...........Winona St...................... A................ L, 19-26 11/4/89...........Winona St...................... H............... W, 21-14 11/3/90...........Winona St...................... A................ L, 21-34 10/24/92.........Winona St...................... A................ L, 12-14 10/23/93.........Winona St...................... H.................. L, 3-51 10/15/94.........Winona St...................... A................ L, 14-63 10/14/95.........Winona St...................... H............... W, 25-14 11/12/95.........Winona St.......................1................ L, 15-29 10/12/96.........Winona St...................... A................ L, 28-35 10/11/97.........Winona St...................... H................ L, 14-58 10/3/98...........Winona St...................... A................ L, 19-38 9/15/01...........Winona St...................... H................ L, 35-41 9/21/02...........Winona St...................... A................ L, 23-25 10/11/03.........No.18 Winona St........... A................ L, 21-40 10/9/04...........No.16 Winona St........... H................ L, 28-41 10/8/05...........Winona St...................... A................ L, 13-47 10/21/06.........No.18 Winona St........... H................. W, 28-7 10/20/07.........Winona St...................... A................ L, 24-35 9/13/08...........Winona St...................... A.................. L, 7-31 9/12/09...........No. 20 Winona St.......... H............... W, 24-19 Wisconsin-River Falls (3-1, .750) •Last Meeting, 9/17/05 Bemidji State win, 35-19 •Last Five Games - Bemidji State 3-1 11/14/98.........UW-River Falls...............1................ L, 14-45 11/10/00.........UW-River Falls...............1............... W, 23-20 9/18/04...........Wis.-River Falls............. H............... W, 58-14 9/17/05...........Wis.-River Falls............. A............... W, 35-19 1 - Metrodome Classic; Minneapolis, Minn. 2 - Mineral Water Bowl; Excelsior Springs, Mo.


Bemidji State Football BEMIDJI STATE MINOT STATE

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Scoring Summary

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Final

Bemidji State (1-0)

10

7

0

7

Minot State (0-1)

7

0

0

0

Team Statistics

BSU

FIRST DOWNS 29 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 61-294 PASSING YDS (NET) 134 Passes Att-Comp-Int 10-20-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YDS 81-428 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 2-44 Kickoff Returns-Yards 2-19 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 3-92 Fumbles-Lost 3-1 Penalties-Yards 5-64 Possession Time 37:16 Third-Down Conversions 7 of 14 Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 2-5 Sacks By: Number-Yards 4-18 PAT Kicks: 3-3 Field Goals: 1-1

Sept. 18, 2010 Marshall, Minn. - Regional Event Center Attendance: 3,233

Scoring Summary

1

10

Bemidji State (2-1; 1-1)

0

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

Scoring Summary

1

2

3

4

Final

24

Augustana (2-0; 1-0)

3

7

0

0

7

Bemidji State (1-1; 0-1)

0

0

0

0

06:47 BSU - Berg 62 yd pass from Edholm (Sundby kick) 00:05 BSU - Sundby 23 yd field goal 00:00 MINOT - Lester 100 yd kickoff return (Richardson kick) 01:14 BSU - Edholm 9 yd run (Sundby kick) 08:25 BSU - Lee 24 yd run (Sundby kick)

TEAM STATISTICS

BEMIDJI STATE 30 SW MINNESOTA STATE 14

10 0

Sept. 11, 2010 Bemidji, Minn. - Chet Anderson Stadium Attendance: 2,145

August 26, 2010 Minot, N.D. - Herb Parker Stadium Attendance: 4,000

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AUGUSTANA BEMIDJI STATE

7-0 10-0 10-7 17-7 24-7

MSU

4 18--10 96 9-17-0 35-86 0-0 2-4 4-162 0-0 6-254 0-0 4-20 22:44 1 of 9 0 of 1 0-1 1-6 1-1 0-1

Kickoff time: 7:00 pm Elapsed time: 2:50 Officials: Referee: Jim Harty, Jr.; Umpire: Dan Schneibel; Linesman: Casey Henderson; Line judge: Gene Lang; Back judge: Tom Harty; Field judge: Doug Hogan; Side judge: Craig Blumhardt

1 05:48 AUGIE - Behrens 26 yd field goal 3-0 2 12:00 AUGIE - Schulte 37 yd pass from Hanson (Behrens kick) 10-0

TEAM STATISTICS Team Statistics

Augie

BSU

FIRST DOWNS 21 7 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 37-63 25-9 PASSING YDS (NET) 253 97 Passes Att-Comp-Int. 25-43-1 10-26-2 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YRDS 80-316 51-106 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 2-11 3-20 Kickoff Returns-Yards 1-25 3-36 Interception Returns-Yards 2-(-)7 1-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 8-38.2 11-35.8 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 0-0 Penalties-Yards 8-73 13-86 Possession Time 35:12 24:48 Third-Down Conversions 6 of 18 2 of 13 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 1 0 of 1 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 1-2 0-0 Sacks By: Number-Yards 4-24 4-19 PAT Kicks 1-1 0-0 Field Goals 1-2 0-0

2

3

4

Final

12

0

7

7

16

2

30

0

0

14

1 09:21 SMSU LaDage 12 yd pass from Ratekin (Wenk kick) 0-7 08:09 BSU Rongstad 5 yd run (Sundby kick failed) 6-7 00:32 BSU Solors 7 yd pass from Edholm (Edholm pass failed) 12 - 7 2 01:50 SMSU Moore 21 yd pass from Ratekin (Wenk kick) 12 - 14 3 08:13 BSU Kroeplin 13 yd run (Leonhardt pass from Edholm) 20 - 14 03:31 BSU Kroeplin 2 yd run (Kroeplin rush) 28 - 14 4 08:04 BSU TEAM safety 30 - 14

TEAM STATISTICS Team Statistics

BSU

SMSU

FIRST DOWNS 22 18 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 53-218 26-31 PASSING YDS (NET) 183 237 Passes Att-Comp-Int. 14-25-0 28-14-1 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YRDS 78-401 65-268 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 2-44 0-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards 2-67 5-88 Interception Returns-Yards 2-4 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 4-31.0 4-41.8 Fumbles-Lost 3-2 1-0 Penalties-Yards 1-10 3-31 Possession Time 34:11 25:49 Third-Down Conversions 7 of 15 4 of 12 Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 3 1 of 4 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 4-4 1-1 Sacks By: Number-Yards 4-31 4-24 PAT Kicks 0-1 2-2 Field Goals 0-1 0-0

Temperature: 90; Wind: S 15; Weather: sunny, clear

Kickoff time: 1:00 pm Elapsed time: 3:45 Officials: Referee: Tim Weber; Umpire: John Emmett; Linesman: Kickoff time: 6:00 p.m. Scott Hoeke; Line judge: Les Skunberg; Back judge: Jerry Elapsed time: 2:43 Officials: Referee: Jerry Tiegs; Umpire: Jeremiah Miller; LinesBeers; Field judge: Pat Breen; Side judge: Daren Pladson. man: Jeff Johnson; Line judge: Tony Dooher; Back judge: Bob Norman; Field judge: Dave Robinson; Side judge: Jared Butson. Temperature: 61; Wind: W 20mph; Weather: Cloudy, windy

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING (att-yds):

Temperature: 55; Wind: N 5; Weather: Cloudy

RUSHING (att-yds):

FUMBLES:

AUGIE-Clark 13-39; Hanson 14-32; Mahone 6-5; INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Schulte 1-2; Diamond 1-1; TEAM 2-minus 16. BSU- RUSHING (att-yds): Rongstad 4-16; Battle 8-7; Kroeplin 5-4; Miles 1-0; BSU-Kroeplin 18-96; Miles 11-61; Henningson 1-23; Edholm 7-minus 18. Battle 5-16; Rongstad 6-14; Edholm 11-5; Metz 1-3. SMSU-Moore 15-38; Breidall 3-7; TEAM 1-0; Ratekin PASSING (att-comp-INT-yds): 7-minus 14. AUGIE-Hanson 25-43-1-253. BSU-Edholm 10-26-297. PASSING (att-comp-INT-yds): BSU-Edholm 14-25-0-183. SMSU-Ratekin 19-37-2RECEIVING (rec-yds): 237; TEAM 0-1-0-0; Finkey 0-1-0-0. AUGIE-Ellingworth 9-92; Clark 5-28; Holsen 4-29; Schulte 3-48; Jorgensen 2-45; Parsley 2-11. BSU- RECEIVING (rec-yds): Abram 3-25; Schultz 2-27; Henningson 2-18; Metz 1-12; BSU-Henningson 4-50; Leonhardt 3-43; Abram 2-32; Kroeplin 1-8; Battle 1-7. Schultz 2-28; Kroeplin 1-17; Solors 1-7; Berg 1-6. SMSU-Moore 5-75; Wickett 3-36; Younger 2-27; LaDINTERCEPTIONS (no-yds): age 2-23; Ballantine 2-15; Lewis 2-14; Finkey 1-24; Kos AUGIE-Kallas 1-minus 3; Oquendo 1-minus 4. minskas 1-15; O’Leary 1-8. BSU-Bellinger 1-0.

SACKS (UA-A):

AUGIE-Hanson 2-0. BSU-None.

BSU-Sluzewicz 2-4. SMSU-none.

AUGIE-Bergman 1-2; Wardell 1-2. BSU-Eagan 1-1; Wills 0-1; Percak-Dennett 1-0; Lardinois. 1-0.

BSU-Edholm 2-2; Battle 1-0. SMSU-Breidall 1-0.

BSU-Battle 15-95; Rongstad 9-82; Miles 10-40; Hemling 6-35; Edholm 14-28; Lee 1-24; Solors 2-18; Kondziolka 1-2; Metz 1-1; TEAM 2-minus 36; Sundby 0-5. MSU-Youngren 1-3; Schatz 12-2; James 5-minus 15.

PASSING (att-comp-INT-yds):

BSU-Edholm 10-20-0-134. MSU-James 9-17-0-96.

RECEIVING (rec-yds):

BSU-Henningson 4-47; Berg 1-62; Rongstad 1-9; Kondziolka 1-7; Schultz 1-4; Solors 1-4; Leonhardt 1-1. MSU-Parr 4-24; Lester 3-36; Boychuk 1-26; Schatz 1-10.

INTERCEPTIONS (no-yds): MSU-None. BSU-None.

BSU-Edholm 2-1; TEAM 1-0. MSU-None. BSU-Wills 2-0; Percak-Dennett 1-0; Knutson 1-0. MSU-Pease 1-0.

TACKLES (UA-A, min 5):

BSU-Wills 5-4; Scheff 3-2. MSU-Snelling 9-4; 35 6-3; Dinsdale 6-3; Awalt 4-2; Denne 3-2; Henke 3-2; 46 1-4; Weidler 0-5.

FUMBLES:

INTERCEPTIONS (no-yds):

SACKS (UA-A):

FUMBLES:

TACKLES (UA-A, min 5):

AUGIE-Wardell 3-8; Keel 2-5; Janisch 2-5. BSU-Eagan 4-8; Crosby 4-8; Bellinger 6-2; Scheff 1-6; Knutson 2-4; Percak-Dennett 1-5.

SACKS (UA-A):

BSU-Lardinois 1-0; Crosby 1-0; Sczepanski 1-0; Eagan 1-0. SMSU-DeCaneva 2-0; Slinkman 1-0; Erickson 1-0.

TACKLES (UA-A, min 5):

BSU-Scheff 4-3; Crosby 5-1; Eagan 3-3; Lardinois 4-1. SMSU-DeCaneva 8-6; Stupka 6-5; Reiff 4-4; Kersbergen 3-5; Schollmeyer 2-5; Wagner 4-2; Erickson 3-3; Slinkman 1-5.

2011

B E AV E R F O OT B A L L

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BEMIDJI STATE 21 MINNESOTA DULUTH 44

UPPER IOWA BEMIDJI STATE

12 51

Sept. 25, 2010 Duluth, Minn. - Malosky Stadium Attendance: 4,474

Oct. 2, 2010 Bemidji, Minn. - Chet Anderson Stadium Attendance: 3,200

Scoring Summary

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2

3

4

Final

12

Bemidji State (3-3; 2-3)

0

7

0

7

14

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Concordia (4-2; 3-2)

7

7

6

0

20

1

2

3

4 Final Scoring Summary

1

2

3

4

Final

Bemidji State (2-2; 1-2)

0

7

0

14

0

0

6

6

Minnesota Duluth (4-0; 3-0)

7

16

21

0

44

Upper Iowa (0-5; 0-4) Bemidji State (4-2; 3-2)

17

14

1 11:58 UMD - Hayes 4 yd pass from Vogler (Nadeau kick) 0-7 2 10:45 UMD - Winfield 43 yd pass from Vogler (Nadeau kick failed) 0 - 13 04:02 UMD - Odim 8 yd pass from Vogler (Nadeau kick) 0 - 20 00:23 BSU - Rongstad 10 yd pass from Edholm (Sundby kick) 7 - 20 00:00 UMD - Nadeau, David 34 yd field goal 7 - 23 3 13:17 UMD - Odim 5 yd run (Nadeau, David kick) 7 - 30 05:07 UMD - Foss 6 yd run (Nadeau, David kick) 7 - 37 04:06 UMD - Winfield 22 yd pass from Lynch (Nadeau kick) 7 - 44 4 11:15 BSU - Schultz 17 yd pass from Lee J. (Sundby kick) 14 - 44 05:53 BSU - Knutson 67 yd fumble recovery (Sundby kick) 21 - 44

1 11:17 BSU 06:52 BSU 00:47 BSU 2 05:02 BSU 00:20 BSU 3 06:34 BSU 05:16 UIU 4 14:55 BSU 08:38 BSU 00:00 UIU

TEAM STATISTICS

TEAM STATISTICS

Team Statistics

BSU

FIRST DOWNS 12 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 28-50 PASSING YDS (NET) 194 Passes Att-Comp-Int 25-16-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YDS 53-244 Fumble Returns-Yards 1-67 Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards 7-121 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 7-31.6 Fumbles-Lost 4-3 Penalties-Yards 2-20 Possession Time 25:45 Third-Down Conversions 4 of 12 Fourth-Down Conversions 2 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 2-2 Sacks By: Number-Yards 0-0

13

Sundby 24 yd field goal 0-3 Schultz 19 yd pass from Edholm (Sundby kick) 0 - 10 Crosby 10 yd interception return (Sundby kick) 0 - 17 Kroeplin 4 yd run (Sundby kick) 0 - 24 Schultz 24 yd pass from Edholm (Sundby kick) 0 - 31 Kroeplin 8 yd run (Sundby kick) 0 - 38 Schaeffer 27 yd pass from Curran (Parmenter kick blockd) 6 - 38 Edholm 13 yd run (Pulkinen kick) 6 - 45 Lee 9 yd pass from Rongstad (Pulkinen rush fumbld) 6 - 51 Baldwin 10 yd pass from Hovden 12 - 51

UMD Team Statistics

22 45-235 242 22-14-0 67-477 0-0 2-20 3-40 0-0 3-38.0 1-1 6-52 34:15 4 of 10 2 of 3 5-6 5-22

7

FIRST DOWNS 11 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 35-139 PASSING YDS (NET) 84 Passes Att-Comp-Int 19-9-1 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 54-223 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards 9-189 Interception Returns-Yards 3-10 Punts (Number-Avg) 8-33.9 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 Penalties-Yards 5-38 Possession Time 25:17 Third-Down Conversions 2 of 12 Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 1 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 1-1 Sacks By: Number-Yards 0-0

BSU

28 50-281 190 21-14-3 71-471 0-0 2-60 2-46 1-10 1-23.0 0-0 5-46 34:43 9 of 12 1 of 1 6-6 2-11

Temperature: 59; Wind: 7 mph E; Weather: Sunny

Kickoff time: 1:00 pm Elapsed time: 2:30 Officials: Referee: Tim Weber; Umpire: John Emmett; Linesman: Scott Hoeke; Line judge: Dan Flemling; Back judge: Jerry Beers; Field judge: Pat Breen; Side judge: Daren Pladson.

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Temperature: 57 F; Wind: W 7 mph; Weather: Sunny

Kickoff time: 6:00 pm Elapsed time: 2:40

RUSHING (att-yds):

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

BSU-Kroeplin 11-44; Miles 4-15; Hemling 1-3; Edholm, 12-minus 12. UMD-Odim 20-79; Vogler 4-75; RUSHING (att-yds): Foss 6-48; Claiborne 7-20; Bauer 3-16; TEAM 1-0; UIU-Jackson 2-47; Otdoerfer 8-26; Curran 3-23; Winfield 3-minus 1; Lynch 1-minus 2. Epsteen 2-18; Moser 3-13; O’Neal 3-8; West 1-3; Hovden 2-2; Kaluzny 10-0; Hubbard 1-minus 1. BSUPASSING (att-comp-INT-yds): Battle 13-88; Kroeplin 13-78; Miles 10-55; Edholm BSU-Edholm 15-24-0-177; Lee, J. 1-1-0-17. UMD4-27; Hemling 6-26; Solors 1-4; Lee 1-2; Rongstad Vogler 10-16-0-193; Lynch 4-6-0-49. 2-1. RECEIVING (rec-yds): BSU-Leonhardt 5-76; Abram 3-26; Henningson 2-35; Rongstad 2-16; Solors 2-15; Schultz 1-17; Kroeplin 1-9. UMD-Winfield 4-118; Odim 2-33; Quilling 2-32; Reichert, 2-21; Stinogel 1-20; Helmer 1-8; Claiborne 1-6; Hayes, 1-4.

PASSING (att-comp-INT-yds):

INTERCEPTIONS (no-yds):

UIU-Schaeffer 3-48; Baldwin 3-17; Williams 2-14; Hubbard 1-5. BSU-Schultz 3-57; Abram 3-41; Lee, J. 2-32; Leonhardt 2-31; Henningson 1-9; Berg 1-8; Gandrud 1-6; Metz 1-6.

BSU-None. UMD-None.

FUMBLES:

BSU-Kroeplin 1-0; Miles 1-1; Hemling 1-1; Edholm 1-1. UMD-Lynch 1-1.

SACKS (UA-A):

BSU-None. UMD-Akey 1-1; Schock 1-0; Bauman 1-0; Huberty 1-0; Haas 0-1.

TACKLES (UA-A, min 5):

BSU-Eagan 2-6; Hrdlicka. 6-1; Sczepanski 4-3; Scheff 3-4; Knutson 3-2; Percak-Dennett 2-3. UMDHarper 5-2; Fechtelkotter 3-3; Akey 3-3; Huberty 2-3.

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BEAVER FOOTBALL

1 06:29 2 12:37 03:35 3 08:06 4 06:09

CU Campbell 5 yd run (King, kick) BSU Kroeplin 1 yd run (Sundby kick) CU Gilbert 31 yd pass from Ohm (King kick) CU Campbell 32 yd run (King kick failed) BSU Metz 8 yd pass from Edholm (Sundby kick)

TEAM STATISTICS UIU

14 20

Oct. 9, 2010 St. Paul, Minn. - Sea Foam Stadium Attendance: 1,323

Scoring Summary

21

BEMIDJI STATE CONCORDIA

UIU-Curran 5-11-1-50; Hovden 4-6-0-34; Kaluzny 0-2-0-0. BSU-Edholm 12-18-2-175; Rongstad 2-2-015; Lee J. 0-1-1-0.

RECEIVING (rec-yds):

Team Statistics

CU

18 43-227 106 20-10-0 63-333 0-0 1--2 3-67 1-21 6-35.0 2-0 6-40 29:43 5 of 14 1 of 1 1-2 3-13

Kickoff time: 6:00 pm Elapsed time: 2:32 Officials: Referee: Bob Zahradka; Umpire: Pete Larkin; Linesman: Chris Riba; Line judge: Jeff Linehan; Back judge: George Drouches; Field judge: Rick Spencer; Side judge: Jim Johnson Temperature: 79; Wind: ENE 4 mph; Weather: Sunny

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING (att-yds):

BSU-Kroeplin 20-82; Rongstad 3-12; Battle 2-7; Edholm 7-5; Miles 3-3; Solors 1-3. CU-Campbell 20-137; Shaw 9-37; Peterson 5-36; Ohm 6-20; Gilbert 1-2; TEAM 2-minus 5.

PASSING (att-comp-INT-yds):

BSU-Edholm 16-31-1-143. CU-Peterson 4-12-0-48; Ohm 6-8-0-58.

RECEIVING (rec-yds):

BSU-Schultz 4-35; Leonhardt 2-28; Henningson 2-21; Metz 2-14; Kroeplin 2-minus 3; Rongstad 1-17; Berg 1-13; Lee 1-9; Abram 1-9. CU-Hovey, 4-24; Zeah 2-31; Vavra 2-26; Gilbert 1-31; Campbell 1-minus 6.

INTERCEPTIONS (no-yds):

BSU-None. CU-McCalope 1-21.

INTERCEPTIONS (no-yds):

FUMBLES:

FUMBLES:

SACKS (UA-A):

UIU-Henry 2-12; Love 1-minus 2. BSU-Crosby 1-10.

BSU

FIRST DOWNS 13 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 36-112 PASSING YDS (NET) 143 Passes Att-Comp-Int 31-16-1 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YDS 67-255 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 1-45 Kickoff Returns-Yards 4-80 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 5-39.0 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 Penalties-Yards 4-25 Possession Time 30:17 Third-Down Conversions 8 of 17 Fourth-Down Conversions 2 of 4 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 2-2 Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-8

0-7 7-7 7 - 14 7 - 20 14 - 20

BSU-Edholm 1-0. CU-Ohm 1-0; Moten 1-0.

UIU-Kaluzny 1-1; Hovden 1-0. BSU-None.

BSU-Wills 1-0. CU-Glomski 1-1; Moore 1-0; Blackmon 0-1.

UIU-None. BSU-Wills 2-0.

TACKLES (UA-A, min 5):

SACKS (UA-A):

TACKLES (UA-A, min 5):

UIU-Leggett 5-9; Popenfoose 4-10; Henry 4-4; Wilson 3-4; Douglas 3-3; Addy 3-2; Donnely 2-3; Nix 1-4. BSU-Wills 3-6; Wright 2-6; Christensen 2-5; Crosby 2-4; Schmidt 2-3.

2011

BSU-Crosby 7-8; Scheff 7-3; Eagan 4-4; Wills 2-3. CU-Glomski 7-3; Koehn 6-1; Blackmon 4-2; Quaye 3-3; Campbell 2-3; Moore 1-4.


Bemidji State Football BEMIDJI STATE MSU MOORHEAD

14 6

Oct. 16, 2010 Moorhead, Minn. - Alex Nemzek Stadium Attendance: 2,570

Scoring Summary

1

2

3

4

Final

Bemidji State (4-3; 3-3)

0

7

7

0

Minn., Crookston (2-5; 2-4)

0

0

6

0

Team Statistics

BSU

NORTHERN STATE BEMIDJI STATE

Oct. 23, 2010 Bemidji, Minn. - Chet Anderson Stadium Attendance: 1,302

Oct. 30, 2010 Bemidji, Minn. - Chet Anderson Stadium Attendance: 1,545

3

4

Final

Scoring Summary

19

0

3

22

Northern State (1-8; 1-7)

3

10

3

23

Bemidji State (6-3; 5-3)

Scoring Summary

1

2

14

U-Mary (1-7; 1-6)

0

6

Bemidji State (5-3; 4-3)

7

2 01:50 BSU Lee 13 yd pass from Edholm (Sundby kick) 7-0 3 07:37 BSU Kroeplin 7 yd run (Sundby kick) 14 - 0 04:26 MSUM Lucious-West 5 yd run (Kramer kick blockd) 14 - 6

TEAM STATISTICS

UNIVERSITY OF MARY 22 BEMIDJI STATE 23

MSUM

FIRST DOWNS 13 12 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 40-131 32-74 PASSING YDS (NET) 158 128 Passes Att-Comp-Int 31-16-1 28-10-2 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YDS 71-289 60-202 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 1-8 2-7 Kickoff Returns-Yards 1-19 3-103 Interception Returns-Yards 2-25 1-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 5-32.8 8-30.5 Fumbles-Lost 2-2 2-2 Penalties-Yards 7-54 9-75 Possession Time 31:09 28:51 Third-Down Conversions 3 of 13 2 of 14 Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 5 1 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 2-4 1-1 Sacks By: Number-Yards 4-24 2-13

Kickoff time: 1:00 pm Elapsed time: 2:50 Officials: Referee: Tim Weber; Umpire: John Emmett; Linesman: Scott Hoeke; Line judge: Dan Fremling; Back judge: Jerry Beers; Field judge: Pat Breen; Side judge: Daren Pladson.

1 09:03 BSU - Lardinois 30 yd fumble recovery (Sundby kick), 2 12:26 BSU - Sundby 36 yd field goal 10:56 MARY - Lomax 7 yd run (Reisenauer kick blockd) 02:21 MARY - Bagnell 1 yd run (Reisenauer kick failed) 00:45 MARY - Lomax 5 yd run (Reisenauer kick) 3 07:19 BSU - Sundby 28 yd field goal 01:30 BSU - Kroeplin 1 yd run (Sundby kick) 4 12:34 MARY - Reisenauer 32 yd field goal 00:21 BSU - Sundby 26 yd field goal

U-Mary

FIRST DOWNS 14 RUSHES-YARDS (NET 47-105 PASSING YDS (NET) 157 Passes Att-Comp-Int 27-15-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 74-262 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards 4-77 Interception Returns-Yards 2-27 Punts (Number-Avg) 8-38.8 Fumbles-Lost 2-2 Penalties-Yards 7-85 Possession Time 32:49 Third-Down Conversions 6 of 17 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 0 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 4-4 Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-4

1 10:10 BSU 03:10 BSU 2 11:57 BSU 05:38 BSU 00:36 NSU 3 00:34 BSU 4 10:20 BSU 04:49 NSU

2

3

4

Final

0

6

0

7

13

13

14

7

7

41

Kroeplin 15 yd run (Sundby kick) 0-7 Leonhardt 13 yd pass from Edholm (Sundby kick blocked) 0 - 13 Lee 11 yd pass from Edholm (Sundby kick) 0 - 20 Kroeplin 45 yd run (Sundby kick) 0 - 27 Mau 6 yd pass from Wanner (Parrott kick failed) 6 - 27 Schultz 5 yd pass from Edholm (Sundby kick) 6 - 34 Leonhardt 15 yd pass from Edholm (Sundby kick) 6 - 41 Morrison, Chad 10 yd run (Parrott kick) 13 - 41

TEAM STATISTICS

TEAM STATISTICS Team Statistics

0-7 0-10 6-10 12-10 19-10 19-13 19-20 22-20 22-23

1

BSU Team Statistics

19 33-108 181 34-17-2 67-289 1-30 3-29 3-54 0-0 6-41.7 1-1 4-45 27:11 4 of 13 0 of 0 4-4 4-47

13 41

NSU

FIRST DOWNS 17 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 29-110 PASSING YDS (NET) 160 Passes Att-Comp-Int 28-16-1 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 57-270 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards 7-157 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 5-37.0 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 Penalties-Yards 6-51 Possession Time 26:31 Third-Down Conversions 5 of 13 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 2-3 Sacks By: Number-Yards 2-14

BSU

25 50-350 100 15-7-0 65-450 0-0 2--1 3-34 1-3 4-45.0 0-0 5-65 33:29 5 of 11 1 of 1 5-5 2-14

Temperature: 54; Wind: WNW 17 mph; Weather: Fair, PC

Kickoff time: 1:00 pm Elapsed time: 2:48 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

Kickoff time: 1:00 pm Elapsed time: 2:33 Officials: Referee: Pete Cheeley; Umpire: Mike Bukowski; Linesman: Mike Carr; Line judge: Dick Hommerding; Back judge: Paul Conrad; Field judge: Dale Freese; Side judge: Greg Johnson

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Temperature: 52; Wind: Weather: Cloudy, windy

Temperature: 41; Wind: NNW 7mph Weather: sunny

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

MARY-Lomax 29-88; Gross 4-27; Bagnell 14-minus 10. BSU-Kroeplin16-72; Edholm 9-28; Battle 4-8; Solors 1-5; TEAM 2-minus 1; Metz 1-minus 4.

NSU-Morrison 6-44; Anderson 12-37; Wanner 6-26; Fiegler 1-15; Migdal 1-minus 1; Richardson 2-minus 2; Racowschi 1-minus 9. BSU-Kroeplin 23-200; Battle 7-91; Lee 4-21; Hemling 6-17; Edholm 5-17; Miller 2-7; TEAM 3-minus 3.

RUSHING (att-yds):

BSU-Kroeplin 26-91; Battle 6-44; Sczepanski 1-2; Solors 1-1; Rongstad 1-minus 1; Edholm 5-minus 6. MSUM-Lucious-West 18-64; Thompson 3-20; McWilliams 4-11; 43 1-2; Pluta 6-minus 23.

PASSING (att-comp-INT-yds):

BSU-Edholm 16-31-1-158. MSUM-Pluta 10-28-2128.

RECEIVING (rec-yds):

BSU-Leonhardt 7-65; Lee 4-50; Schultz 3-34; Abram 1-5; Wakefield 1-4. MSUM-Small 3-37; Leach 2-36; Thompson 2-34; Birr 1-19; McWilliams 1-1; Lucious-West 1-1.

INTERCEPTIONS (no-yds):

BSU-Ragsdale 1-15; Christensen 1-10. MSUM-Larson 1-0.

FUMBLES:

RUSHING (att-yds):

PASSING (att-comp-INT-yds):

MARY-Bagnell 15-27-0-157. BSU-Edholm 17-34-2181.

RECEIVING (rec-yds):

MARY-Newsome 7-47; Steffan 3-52; Costello 3-24; Sandy 1-24; Gross 1-10. BSU-Schultz 4-70; Leonhardt 4-48; Metz 3-13; Abram 2-23; Kroeplin 2-18; Henningson 1-10; Battle 1-minus 1.

INTERCEPTIONS (no-yds):

MARY-Broome 1-26; Ziehlke 1-1. BSU-None.

RUSHING (att-yds):

PASSING (att-comp-INT-yds):

NSU-Wanner 13-21-0-124; Fiegler 3-6-1-36; TM 0-10-0. BSU-Edholm 7-15-0-100.

RECEIVING (rec-yds):

NSU-Mau 5-33; Migdal 3-16; Haderlie 2-30; Hanley 2-16; Nance 1-22; Richardson 1-16; DesLauriers, Tr 1-15; Aho, Josh 1-12. BSU-Lee 2-38; Leonhardt 2-28; Schultz 2-23; Henningson 1-11.

BSU-Schultz 1-1; Ragsdale 1-1. MSUM-Thompson 1-1; Pluta 1-1.

FUMBLES:

INTERCEPTIONS (no-yds):

MARY-Bagnell 2-2. BSU-Solors, Nate 1-1.

NSU-None. BSU-Ragsdale 1-3.

BSU-Lardinois 1-0; Christensen 1-0; Crosby 1-0; Sczepanski 1-0. MSUM-Pryor 1-0; Bimage 1-0.

SACKS (UA-A):

MARY-Wenshlag 1-0. BSU-Christensen 0-1; Lardinois 1-0; Sczepanski 0-1; Wills 1-0; Beste, Josh 1-0.

FUMBLES:

NSU-Morrison, Chad 1-1. BSU-None.

SACKS (UA-A):

TACKLES (UA-A, min 5):

BSU-Crosby 4-6; Scheff 3-6; Eagan 2-5; Sczepanski 4-2. MSUM-Larsen 6-10; Schuette 2-10; Pryor 6-5; Davidson 6-4; Bimage 1-6; Dawson 3-2; Elliot 2-3; Larson 1-4.

TACKLES (UA-A, min 5):

MARY-Broome 3-6; Ziehlke 3-5; Cleveland 4-3; Benton 3-3; Allen 3-3. BSU-Wills 6-8; Crosby 4-7; Eagan 3-7; Scheff 3-3; Bellinger 3-2; Schmidt 2-3; Christensen 1-4.

SACKS (UA-A):

NSU-Seuga 1-1; Bather 0-1. BSU-Beste 1-0; Wills 1-0.

TACKLES (UA-A, min 5):

NSU-Racowschi 5-5; Bogdanovich 1-7; Bock 4-2; Hurd 3-2; Dosch 3-2; Capers 2-3. BSU-Scheff 5-3; Eagan 3-5; Schmidt 1-7; Crosby 1-6; Bellinger 3-3; Wills 2-3.

2011

B E AV E R F O OT B A L L

45


BEMIDJI STATE ST. CLOUD STATE

14 35

MINN., CROOKSTON BEMIDJI STATE

Nov. 6, 2010 St. Cloud, Minn. - Husky Stadium Attendance: 4,032

Nov. 13, 2010 Bemidji, Minn. - Chet Anderson Stadium Attendance: 974

Scoring Summary

1

2

3

4

Final

Bemidji State (6-4; 5-4)

0

0

0

14

14 35

St. Cloud State (8-2; 8-1) 1 08:58 2 13:35 06:42 02:00 3 06:51 4 14:53 01:00

SCSU SCSU SCSU SCSU SCSU BSU BSU

7

21

7

3 45

0

Scoring Summary

1

2

3

4

Final

Minnesota, Crookston (1-10; 0-10)

3

0

0

0

3

Bemidji State (7-4; -6-4)

14

0

21

10

45

0-7 Treat 69 yd run (Aldridge kick) 0 - 7 1 13:38 BSU Battle 15 yd run (Sundby kick) 08:01 UMC Secrest 25 yd field goal 3-7 Walker 1 yd run (Aldridge kick) 0 - 14 Williams 34 yd pass from Klaphake (Aldridge kick) 0 - 21 05:44 BSU Kroeplin 16 yd pass from Edholm (Sundby kick) 3 - 14 Treat 4 yd run (Aldridge kick) 0 - 28 3 12:49 BSU Wright 40 yd interception return (Sundby kick) 3 - 21 09:28 BSU Edholm 6 yd run (Sundby kick) 3 - 28 Williams 0 yd fumble recovery (Aldridge kick) 0 - 35 03:15 BSU Battle 14 yd run (Sundby kick) 3 - 35 Lee 17 yd pass from Edholm (Sundby kick) 7 - 35 3 - 38 Lee 9 yd pass from Edholm (Sundby kick) 14 - 35 4 12:12 BSU Sundby 22 yd field goal 06:56 BSU Leonhardt 5 yd pass from Edholm (Sundby kick) 3 - 45

TEAM STATISTICS Team Statistics

TEAM STATISTICS

BSU

FIRST DOWNS 13 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 37-177 PASSING YDS (NET) 85 Passes Att-Comp-Int 23-8-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 60-262 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 3-28 Kickoff Returns-Yards 2-32 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 6-31.5 Fumbles-Lost 3-1 Penalties-Yards 3-13 Possession Time 29:40 Third-Down Conversions 2 of 14 Fourth-Down Conversions 2 of 4 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 2-2 Sacks By: Number-Yards 1-3

UM Team Statistics

16 42-241 167 19-10-0 61-408 0-0 0-0 2-28 0-0 5-34.8 2-1 4-34 30:20 6 of 12 1 of 2 3-3 1-6

UMC

BSU

FIRST DOWNS 14 29 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 29-117 47-328 PASSING YDS (NET) 117 152 Passes Att-Comp-Int 24-10-1 23-13-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YDS 53-234 70-480 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 3-24 Kickoff Returns-Yards 6-107 2-58 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 1-40 Punts (Number-Avg) 6-34.2 3-33.7 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 1-0 Penalties-Yards 7-73 9-86 Possession Time 25:37 34:23 Third-Down Conversions 1 of 12 5 of 12 Fourth-Down Conversions 1 of 2 3 of 3 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 1-2 6-6 Sacks By: Number-Yards 2-12 0-0 PAT Kicks 0-0 6-6 Field Goals 1-1 1-1

Kickoff time: 1:00 pm Total elapsed time: 2:22 Officials: Referee: Dave Lundquist; Umpire: Tim McGowan; Kickoff time: 1:00 pm Linesman: John Page; Line judge: Scott Hill; Back judge: Elapsed time: 2:37 Tom Stephan; Field judge: Dave Wittman; Side judge: Pat Officials: Referee: Dick Eldridge; Umpire: Jim Schrank; Milinovich. Linesman: Tom Franta; Line judge: George Winn, Back judge: Jason Frank; Field judge: Matt Gallagher; Side judge: Temperature: 49F ; Wind: S17gst27; Weather: Windy, clear skies Jason Nickleby

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Temperature: 39; Wind: ENE 3mph; Weather: Cloudy

RUSHING (att-yds):

BSU-Kroeplin 16-93; Edholm 13-78; Battle 3-13; INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Lee 4-8; TEAM 1-minus 15. SCSU-Treat 15-121; RUSHING (att-yds): Klaphake, 11-92; Walker 14-30; TEAM 2-minus 2; UMC-McBride 15-57; Rice 10-48; Ennis 3-10; Williams 0-0. Anderson 1-2. BSU-Battle 15-117; Hemling 6-64; Miles 7-58; Kroeplin 3-42; Kondziolka 2-26; Edholm PASSING (att-comp-INT-yds): 8-13; Solors 1-6; Miller 1-2; Lee, J 2-1; TEAM 2-minus BSU-Edholm 8-23-0-85. SCSU-Klaphake 8-14-01. 154; TEAM 2-5-0-13.

PASSING (att-comp-INT-yds):

RECEIVING (rec-yds):

BSU-Henningson 3-31; Lee 2-26; Schultz 2-21; Solors 1-7. SCSU-Williams 4-99; Allery 2-32; Walker 1-15; Noreen 1-12; Angelloti 1-6; Shoemaker 1-3.

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

FUMBLES:

UMC-Ennis 10-24-1-117. BSU-Edholm 13-23-0-152.

RECEIVING (rec-yds):

UMC-Kujava 4-46; Clay 2-29; Williams 2-17; Ogorek 1-20; Anderson 1-5. BSU-Schultz 5-49; Leonhardt 2-31; Abram 2-13; Henningson 1-19; Kroeplin 1-16; Battle 1-15; Solors 1-9.

BSU-Lee 1-0; Edholm 1-1; TEAM 1-0. SCSU-Walker 1-1; Klaphake 1-0.

INTERCEPTIONS (no-yds):

BSU-Wills 0-1; Zimmerman 0-1. SCSU-Johnson 0-1; Martin 0-1.

UMC-Rice 1-1. BSU-Battle 1-0.

SACKS (UA-A):

TACKLES (UA-A, min 5):

BEAVER FOOTBALL

FUMBLES:

SACKS (UA-A):

UMC-Miller 1-0; Snow 0-1; Overby 0-1. BSU-None.

BSU-Crosby 4-7; Eagan 4-5; Scheff 2-7; Wright 5-2; Schmidt 1-5. SCSU-Martin 1-7; Kubes 3-4; Key 3-2; West 2-3.

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UMC-None. BSU-Wright 1-40.

TACKLES (UA-A, min 5):

UMC-Brown 5-8; Hill 2-7; Brekken 2-7; Hendrickson 5-2; Pascua 0-6; Burdick 1-4; Overby 1-4. BSU-Crosby 3-5; Eagan 2-6; Watkins 3-2; Wright 2-3.

2011

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 2010 season. Bemidji State’s winners are denoted with a u In 2010, BSU players won: 0 Offensive Player of the Week 0 Defensive Player of the Week 1 Special Teams Player of the Week Aug. 30, 2010 Offense Defense Special Teams

Chase Vogler, Minnesota Duluth Richard Daniel, Wayne State Curtis Dewberry, Winona State

Sept. 7, 2010 Offense Defense Special Teams

Fred Williams, St. Cloud State Ryan Isaacson, Augustana Gerald DeWet, Minnesota State

Sept. 13, 2010 Offense Defense Special Teams

Isaac Odim, Minnesota Duluth Curt Gosser, SW Minnesota State DJ Winfield, Minnesota Duluth

Sept. 20, 2010 Offense Defense Special Teams

Josh Hanson, Augustana Jesse Hamilton, Minnesota State Steven King, Concordia-St. Paul

Sept. 27, 2010 Offense Defense Special Teams

Tyler Schulte, Augustana Tyler Johnson, Concordia-St. Paul Mike Wenk, SW Minnesota State

Oct. 4, 2010 Offense Defense Special Teams

Isaac Odim, Minnesota Duluth (2) DeShon Benton, U-Mary Drew Behrens, Augustana

Oct. 11, 2010 Offense Evan Johnson, Wayne State Defense Kiel Fechtelkotter, Minnesota Duluth Special Teams Nick Bell, Wayne State Oct. 18, 2010 Offense Defense Special Teams

Phillip Klaphake, St. Cloud State Nathan Maher, Concordia-St. Paul Thomas Parrott, Northern State

Oct. 25, 2010 Offense Gannon Moores, SW Minnesota State Defense Tyler Niedfeldt, St. Cloud State Special Teams u Jesse Sundby, Bemidji State Nov. 1, 2010 Offense Defense Special Teams

Rayon Simmons, Winona State Nick Andreas, Augustana Jesse Hubbard, Upper Iowa

Nov. 8, 2010 Offense Defense Special Teams

Jon Wolf, Minnesota State DeShon Benton, U-Mary (2) Beniamin Perry, Winona State Randy Weich, Wayne State

Nov. 15, 2010 Offense Defense Special Teams

Tyler Steffan, U-Mary Ryan Isaacson, Augustana (2) David Nadeau, Minnesota Duluth


Bemidji State Football

2010 SCHEDULE & RESULTS Date

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

Time 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.

Opponent

at Minot Statea • Augustanab • at SW Minnesota State • at (2) Minnesota Duluth* • Upper Iowac • at Concordia-St. Paul • at MSU Moorhead*d • Mary (N.D.)*e • Northern State* • at (25) St. Cloud State* • Minnesota, Crookston*fg

Result W L W L W L W W W L W

Score

TV

24-7 None 0-10 KBSU 30-14 None 21-44 My9 51-12 KBSU 14-20 None 14-6 None 23-22 KBSU 41-13 KBSU 14-35 Charter Ch. 21 45-3 KBSU

Attend

4,000 2,145 3,233 4,474 3,200 1,323 2,570 1,302 1,545 4,032 974

Overall

NSIC

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

North

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

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

•-NSIC game / *- NSIC North Division Game / ()-AFCA national ranking a-Beaver Bash / b-Shrine Game / c-Homecoming / d-Battle for the Axe / e-Loins’ Vision Awareness Game / f-Hubcap Game / g-Senior Day

RUSHING Name

Kroeplin,Dustin Battle, Steven Miles, Brandon Edholm, Derek Hemling, Brad Rongstad, Lance Lee, Justin Solors, Nate Kondziolka, B. Henningson, J. Miller, Larry Sundby, Jesse Sczepanski, B. Metz, Christian TEAM Total Opponents

PASSING Name

Edholm, Derek Lee, Justin Rongstad, Lance Total Opponents

RECEIVING Name

Schultz, Andrew Leonhardt, B. Henningson, J. Abram, Cameron Lee, Justin Kroeplin,Dustin Metz, Christian Solors, Nate Berg, Adam Rongstad, Lance Battle, Steven Kondziolka, B. Gandrud, Matt Wakefield, Beau Total Opponents

GP

10 11 10 11 8 7 9 11 8 11 10 11 11 10 7 11 11

GP

Edholm, Derek Kroeplin,Dustin Battle, Steven Miles, Brandon Hemling, Brad Rongstad, Lance Lee, Justin Solors, Nate Kondziolka, B. Henningson, J. Miller, Larry Sundby, Jesse Sczepanski, B. TEAM Total Opponents

Gain

819 494 238 355 149 134 59 37 28 23 9 5 2 4 0 2356 1660

Effic Cmp-Att-Int

11 9 7 11 11

112.83 186.40 328.00 114.94 110.96

138-270-8 1-2-1 2-2-0 141-274-9 147-286-8

GP

No.

Yds

11 11 11 11 9 10 10 11 9 7 11 8 9 11 11 11

TOTAL OFFENSE Name

Att

151 78 46 95 25 25 12 7 3 1 3 0 1 3 10 460 383

G

11 10 11 10 8 7 9 11 8 11 10 11 11 7 11 11

29 28 21 17 11 8 7 6 4 4 3 1 1 1 141 147

Plays

365 151 78 46 25 27 14 7 3 1 3 0 1 10 734 669

365 351 251 174 155 65 45 42 89 42 21 7 6 4 1617 1747

Rush

165 802 486 232 145 124 56 37 28 23 9 5 2 -56 2058 1332

Loss

17 8 6 190 4 10 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 56 298 328

Pct

802 486 232 165 145 124 56 37 28 23 9 5 2 0 -56 2058 1332

Net

Avg

5.3 6.2 5.0 1.7 5.8 5.0 4.7 5.3 9.3 23.0 3.0 0.0 2.0 0.0 -5.6 4.5 3.5

TD

Long

Avg/G

9 2 0 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 13

51.1 50.0 100.0 51.5 51.4

1585 17 15 1617 1747

Yds

TD

Long

Avg

TD

Long

Avg/G

12.6 12.5 12.0 10.2 14.1 8.1 6.4 7.0 22.2 10.5 7.0 7.0 6.0 4.0 11.5 11.9

Pass

1585 0 0 0 0 15 17 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1617 1747

4 3 0 0 5 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 17 12

Total

1750 802 486 232 145 139 73 37 28 23 9 5 2 -56 3675 3079

15 1 1 17 12

32 27 30 21 27 17 12 9 62 17 15 7 6 4 62 43

62 17 9 62 43

45 27 17 23 20 18 24 10 18 23 4 0 2 3 0 45 69

Avg/G

80.2 44.2 23.2 15.0 18.1 17.7 6.2 3.4 3.5 2.1 0.9 0.5 0.2 0.0 -8.0 187.1 121.1

144.1 1.9 2.1 147.0 158.8

33.2 31.9 22.8 15.8 17.2 6.5 4.5 3.8 9.9 6.0 1.9 0.9 0.7 0.4 147.0 158.8

TEAM STATISTICS

BSU OPP SCORING 277 186 Points Per Game 25.2 16.9 FIRST DOWNS 210 167 Rushing 120 72 Passing 83 80 Penalty 7 15 RUSHING YARDAGE 2058 1332 Yards gained rushing 2356 1660 Yards lost rushing 298 328 Rushing Attempts 460 383 Average Per Rush 4.5 3.5 Average Per Game 187.1 121.1 TDs Rushing 16 13 PASSING YARDAGE 1617 1747 Att-Comp-Int 274-141-9 286-147-8 Average Per Pass 5.9 6.1 Average Per Catch 11.5 11.9 Average Per Game 147.0 158.8 TDs Passing 17 12 TOTAL OFFENSE 3675 3079 Total Plays 734 669 Average Per Play 5.0 4.6 Average Per Game 334.1 279.9 KICK RETURNS: #-YDS 31-566 47-1043 PUNT RETURNS: #-YDS 22-301 9-40 INT RETURNS: #-YARDS 8-82 9-51 KICK RETURN AVERAGE 18.3 22.2 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 13.7 4.4 INT RETURN AVERAGE 10.2 5.7 FUMBLES-LOST 18-10 16-9 PENALTIES-YARDS 58-514 65-572 Average Per Game 46.7 52.0 PUNTS-YARDS 55-1933 67-2440 Average Per Punt 35.1 36.4 Net punt average 33.0 30.1 TIME OF POSS/GAME 31:10 28:50 3RD-DOWN CONVS 56/146 42/143 3rd-Down Pct 38% 29% 4TH-DOWN CONVS 14/26 8/19 4th-Down Pct 54% 42% SACKS BY-YARDS 26-175 25-138 MISC YARDS -9 -4 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 37 26 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 6-7 4-9 ON-SIDE KICKS 0-0 0-0 RED-ZONE SCORES 35-40 88% 20-26 77% RED-ZONE TDS 29-40 73% 16-26 62% PAT-ATTEMPTS 31-34 91% 18-25 72% ATTENDANCE 9166 19632 Games/Avg Per Game 5/1833 6/3272 Neutral Site Games 0/0

Score By Quarters

1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Total Bemidji State 73 59 68 77 - 277 Opponents 41 83 46 16 - 186

Field Goal Sequence

BSU @ Minot State (23) Augustana - @ SW Minnesota State 37 @ Minnesota Duluth - Upper Iowa (24) @ Concordia-St. Paul - @ MSU Moorhead - University of Mary (36), (28), (26) Northern State - @St. Cloud State - Minnesota, Crookston (22)

Avg/G

159.1 80.2 44.2 23.2 18.1 19.9 8.1 3.4 3.5 2.1 0.9 0.5 0.2 -8.0 334.1 279.9

Opp 20 42, (26) 46, (34) 36 39 (32) (25)

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

2011

B E AV E R F O OT B A L L

47


DEFENSE No. Name 45 46 32 90 20 17 47 92 29 93 19 1 21 34 15 96 27 35 5 26 28 95 16 80 77 9 98 48 33 7 30 10 3 TM 12 49 8 11 88 2 41 50 22 97 6

GP-GS

Crosby, Cory Eagan, Andrew Scheff, Brody Wills, Rob Sczepanski, B. Schmidt, Jake Wright, Buckley Zimmerman, Jake Bellinger, C. Lardinois, J. Christensen, D Watkins, J. Hrdlicka, C. Percak-Dennett Knutson, Luke Beste, Josh Roland, Aaron Mock, Alex Sluzewicz,Dusty Ragsdale, A. Battle, Steven Shaver, Matthew Miller, Larry Gandrud, Matt NicholasSilvira Schultz, Andrew Syrstad, Bryan Young, Gary Kelly, Jake Lee, Justin Kondziolka, B. Henningson, J. Miles, Brandon TEAM Metz, Christian Olds, Ryan Edholm, Derek Abram, Cameron Leonhardt, B. Rongstad, Lance Carlson, Isaac Melton, Alonzo Duncan, Averey Lee, Garrett Johnson, Sid Total Opponents

11 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 10 11 10 10 11 7 7 9 11 8 7 6 11 8 10 9 9 11 7 4 2 9 8 11 10 7 10 4 11 11 11 7 2 11 8 7 1 11 11

37 27 32 22 19 12 12 6 20 13 7 17 17 10 11 8 3 . 2 5 5 1 2 4 . 3 . 1 1 2 . 1 1 2 1 1 . 1 . 1 1 1 . . . 309 364

ALL-PURPOSE RUNNING Name

GP

Kroeplin,Dustin Battle, Steven Schultz, Andrew Leonhardt, B. Rongstad, Lance Henningson, J. Wakefield, Beau Miles, Brandon Metz, Christian Lee, Justin Abram, Cameron Roland, Aaron Edholm, Derek Hemling, Brad Berg, Adam Solors, Nate Kondziolka, B. Wright, Buckley Hrdlicka, C. Ragsdale, A. Christensen, D Crosby, Cory Miller, Larry Lee, Garrett Gandrud, Matt Sundby, Jesse Sluzewicz,Dusty Sczepanski, B. TEAM Total Opponents

10 11 11 11 7 11 11 10 10 9 11 11 11 8 9 11 8 10 11 6 10 11 10 7 9 11 7 11 7 11 11

Rush

802 486 0 0 124 23 0 232 0 56 0 0 165 145 0 37 28 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 0 5 0 2 -56 2058 1332

FIELD GOAL KICKING Name

Sundby, Jesse

48

FGM-FGA 6-7

Pct

85.7

Tackles Ast

Solo

Rec

01-19 0-0

55 55 40 36 22 23 18 23 8 13 19 9 8 11 10 12 14 14 12 7 6 7 4 2 3 . 3 2 1 . 2 1 1 . . . 1 . 1 . . . 1 1 1 446 460

PR

65 21 365 351 42 251 4 0 45 155 174 0 0 0 89 42 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 1617 1747

KOR

0 0 138 0 108 0 55 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 301 40

20-29 5-5

Total

0 0 0 0 0 0 180 0 167 0 0 166 0 0 0 0 14 0 31 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 566 1043

30-39

BEAVER FOOTBALL

1-2

92 82 72 58 41 35 30 29 28 26 26 26 25 21 21 20 17 14 14 12 11 8 6 6 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 755 824

IR

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 40 0 18 10 10 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 82 51

40-49 0-0

2011

Tot

867 507 503 351 274 274 239 232 212 211 174 166 165 145 89 79 49 40 31 18 10 10 9 8 6 5 4 2 -56 4624 4213

TFL/Yds

6.5-22 9.0-33 3.0-7 16.0-69 3.5-24 2.0-5 3.0-7 3.5-10 . 6.5-31 2.0-15 1.0-15 . 6.0-16 5.5-23 2.0-20 . . . 0.5-5 . 2.0-7 0.5-2 . 1.0-2 . . . . . . 0.5-2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74-315 58.0-212 Avg/G 86.7 46.1 45.7 31.9 39.1 24.9 21.7 23.2 21.2 23.4 15.8 15.1 15.0 18.1 9.9 7.2 6.1 4.0 2.8 3.0 1.0 0.9 0.9 1.1 0.7 0.5 0.6 0.2 -8.0 420.4 383.0

50-99 Lg Blkd 0-0

36

0

Sacks No-Yds 2.0-13 2.5-22 . 8.0-51 2.5-22 . . 0.5-2 . 4.0-25 1.5-14 . . 2.0-2 1.0-4 2.0-20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26-175 25-138

Pass Def Int-Yds

BrUp

1-10 . . . . . 1-40 . 1-0 . 1-10 . . . . . . . 2-4 2-18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-82 9-51

. 1 5 3 2 . 1 . . 1 1 . 6 1 . 2 . . 3 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 28 23

PUNTING Name

No.

Sundby, Jesse Pulkinen, Zach Total Opponents

53 2 55 67

KICKOFFS Name

Pulkinen, Zach Sundby, Jesse Total Opponents

KICKOFF RETURNS Name

Metz, Christian Wakefield, Beau Roland, Aaron Hrdlicka, C. Lee, Garrett Kondziolka, B. Total Opponents

No. 9 8 8 3 2 1 31 47

Yds

167 180 166 31 8 14 566 1043

Schultz, Andrew Rongstad, Lance Wakefield, Beau Total Opponents

138 108 55 301 40

Yds

1869 64 1933 2440

1-0 3-0 1-0 . . . 1-0 . . 1-30 . . . . 1-67 . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-97 10-0

Blkd Kick

FF

1 1 . 2 1 . . . . 1 . . . . 1 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 . . . . . . . . . . . 11 14

Safety

. . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . 4 1

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

Avg

Long

TB

FC

I20

Net YdLn

35.3 32.0 35.1 36.4

58 34 58 63

4 0 4 6

15 0 15 11

Yds

Avg

TB

OB

Retn

53 1 54 39

3196 14 3210 2240

60.3 14.0 59.4 57.4

4 0 4 5

3 0 3 1

1043 566

Avg TD Long

18.6 22.5 20.8 10.3 4.0 14.0 18.3 22.2

No. Yds Avg 10 7 5 22 9

. . . 2 1 . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 6

Fumbles FR-Yds

No.

PUNT RETURNS Name

QBH

13.8 15.4 11.0 13.7 4.4

0 26 0 39 0 34 0 23 0 7 0 14 0 39 1 100

TD Long 0 0 0 0 0

45 38 29 45 10

11 0 11 14

38.6 40.4

Blkd

0 0 0 0

31 29

INTERCEPTION RETURNS Name

Sluzewicz,Dusty Ragsdale, A. Crosby, Cory Bellinger, C. Wright, Buckley Christensen, D Total Opponents

No. Yds Avg 2 2 1 1 1 1 8 9

4 18 10 0 40 10 82 51

2.0 9.0 10.0 0.0 40.0 10.0 10.2 5.7

FUMBLE RETURNS Name

Knutson, Luke Lardinois, J. Total Opponents

No. Yds Avg 1 1 2 0

67 67.0 30 30.0 97 48.5 0 0.0

TD Long 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 0

4 15 10 0 40 10 40 26

TD Long 1 1 2 0

67 30 67 0


Bemidji State Football GAME-BY-GAME STARTERS Offense QB

RB

WR/FB

WR/TE

LT

LG

C

RG

RT

WR/FB

@MSU

D. Edholm

S. Battle

C. Abram

B. Lonhardt#

D. Mickelson

B. DeLange

C. Immerman

J. Anderson

A. Melton

B. Kondiolka@

WR A. Schultz

Augie

D. Edholm

S. Battle

C. Abram

B. Lonhardt

D. Mickelson

B. DeLange

C. Immerman

J. Anderson

A. Melton

N. Solors

A. Schultz

@SMSU D. Edholm

S. Battle

C. Abram

J. Henningson D. Mickelson

B. DeLange

C. Immerman

J. Anderson

A. Melton

C. Metz

A. Schultz

@UMD

D. Edholm

D. Kroeplin

C. Abram

J. Henningson D. Mickelson

B. DeLange

C. Immerman

J. Anderson

A. Melton

C. Metz

UIU

D. Edholm

D. Kroeplin

@CU

D. Edholm

D. Kroeplin

@MSUM D. Edholm

#

C. Abram

#

B. Lonhardt

D. Mickelson

B. DeLange

C. Immerman

C. Parrish

T. Dale@

B. Lonhardt#

D. Mickelson

B. DeLange

C. Immerman

C. Parrish

D. Kroeplin

C. Abram

J. Henningson D. Mickelson

B. DeLange

C. Immerman

UM

D. Edholm

D. Kroeplin

C. Abram

B. Lonhardt#

D. Mickelson

B. DeLange

NSU

@

A. Schultz

A. Melton

@

N. Solors

A. Schultz

A. Melton

N. Solors@

A. Schultz

C. Parrish

A. Melton

C. Metz

A. Schultz

C. Immerman

C. Parrish

A. Melton

C. Metz

A. Schultz

D. Edholm

D. Kroeplin

C. Abram

B. Lonhardt

D. Mickelson

B. DeLange

C. Immerman

C. Parrish

A. Melton

C. Metz

A. Schultz

@SCSU D. Edholm

D. Kroeplin

C. Abram

J. Henningson D. Mickelson

B. DeLange

C. Immerman

C. Parrish

A. Melton

C. Metz

A. Schultz

UMC

D. Edholm

S. Battle

A. Berg

B. Lonhardt#

D. Mickelson

B. DeLange

C. Immerman

C. Parrish

A. Melton

N. Solors@

A. Schultz

DE

NT

DE

LBs

LBm

LBw

LBb

CBf

FS

HS

CBb

J. Lardinois

J. Zimmerman R. Wills

A. Eagan

G.Percak-Dennett S. Johnson

D. Sluzewicz

B. Scheff

C. Hrdlicka

#

Defense @MSU Augie

B. Sczepanski C. Crosby

J. Lardinois

J. Zimmerman R. Wills

L. Knutson

C. Crosby

A. Eagan

G.Percak-Dennett C. Bellinger

D. Sluzewicz

B. Scheff

C. Hrdlicka

@SMSU J. Lardinois

J. Zimmerman R. Wills

L. Knutson

C. Crosby

A. Eagan

G.Percak-Dennett C. Bellinger

D. Sluzewicz

B. Scheff

C. Hrdlicka

@UMD

J. Zimmerman R. Wills

B. Sczepanski C. Crosby

A. Eagan

G.Percak-Dennett C. Bellinger

D. Sluzewicz

B. Scheff

C. Hrdlicka

J. Lardinois

UIU

J. Lardinois

J. Zimmerman R. Wills

L. Knutson

C. Crosby

A. Eagan

G.Percak-Dennett C. Bellinger

D. Sluzewicz

B. Scheff

C. Hrdlicka

@CU

J. Lardinois

J. Zimmerman R. Wills

B. Sczepanski C. Crosby

A. Eagan

G.Percak-Dennett C. Bellinger

D. Sluzewicz

B. Scheff

C. Hrdlicka

@MSUM J. Lardinois

J. Zimmerman R. Wills

B. Sczepanski C. Crosby

A. Eagan

G.Percak-Dennett C. Bellinger

D. Sluzewicz

B. Scheff

C. Hrdlicka

UM

J. Lardinois

J. Zimmerman R. Wills

B. Sczepanski C. Crosby

A. Eagan

D. Christiansen C. Bellinger

J. Schmidt

B. Scheff

C. Hrdlicka

NSU

J. Lardinois

J. Zimmerman R. Wills

B. Sczepanski C. Crosby

A. Eagan

D. Christiansen C. Bellinger

J. Schmidt

B. Scheff

C. Hrdlicka

@SCSU J. Lardinois

J. Zimmerman R. Wills

B. Sczepanski C. Crosby

A. Eagan

D. Christiansen C. Bellinger

J. Schmidt

B. Scheff

C. Hrdlicka

UMC

J. Zimmerman R. Wills

B. Sczepanski C. Crosby

A. Eagan

B. Wright

J. Watkins

B. Scheff

A. Roland

J. Lardinois

A. Ragsdale

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

GAME SUMMARIES: OFFENSE Score Bemidji State @ Minot State Bemidji State Augustana Bemidji State @ SMSU Bemidji State @ Minnesota Duluth Bemidji State Upper Iowa Bemidji State @ Concordia Bemidji State @ MSU Moorhead Bemidji State U-Mary Bemidji State Northern State Bemidji State @ St. Cloud State Bemidji State Minnesota, Crookston

W L W L W L W W W L W

24 7 0 10 30 14 21 44 51 12 14 20 14 6 23 22 41 13 14 35 45 3

1 10 7 0 3 12 7 0 7 17 0 0 7 0 0 7 0 13 0 0 7 14 3

Score by Quarters 2 3 4 OT 7 0 0 7 0 7 7 16 14 0 7 7 7 0 3 19 14 6 0 21 0 0

0 0 0 0 16 0 0 21 7 6 0 6 7 6 10 0 7 0 0 7 21 0

7 0 0 0 2 0 14 0 13 6 7 0 0 0 3 3 7 7 14 0 10 0

-

R 22 0 0 6 13 3 4 12 16 8 7 11 7 5 7 9 18 6 8 8 18 4

First Downs Rushing P Pn Tot Att Yds TD 7 4 6 11 8 14 8 9 12 3 6 6 6 6 10 4 6 7 5 8 9 8

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

29 4 7 21 22 18 12 22 28 11 13 18 13 12 19 14 25 17 13 16 29 14

61 18 25 37 53 26 28 45 50 35 36 43 40 32 33 47 50 29 37 42 47 29

294 -10 9 63 218 31 50 235 281 139 112 227 131 74 108 105 350 110 177 241 328 117

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

Passing Offense Ret Punting C-A-I Yds TD Plays Yds Yds No-Yds 10-20-0 9-17-0 10-26-2 25-43-1 14-25-0 19-39-2 16-25-0 14-22-0 14-21-3 9-19-1 16-31-1 10-20-0 16-31-1 10-28-2 17-34-2 15-27-0 7-15-0 16-28-1 8-23-0 10-19-0 12-23-0 10-24-1

134 96 97 253 183 237 194 242 190 84 143 106 158 128 181 157 100 160 85 167 152 117

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

81 35 51 80 78 65 53 67 71 54 67 63 71 60 67 74 65 57 60 61 70 53

428 86 106 316 401 268 244 477 471 223 225 333 289 202 289 262 450 270 262 408 480 234

2011

63 166 56 36 111 88 121 60 106 80 125 65 27 110 83 77 33 157 60 28 122 107

3-92 6-254 11-394 8-306 4-124 4-167 7-221 3-114 1-23 8-271 5-195 6-210 5-164 8-244 6-250 8-310 4-180 5-185 6-189 5-174 3-101 6-205

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

5-64 4-20 13-86 8-73 1-10 3-31 2-20 6-52 5-46 5-38 4-25 6-40 7-54 9-75 4-45 7-85 5-65 6-51 3-13 4-34 9-86 7-73

3rd Field Downs Pos 7-14 1-9 2-13 6-18 7-15 4-12 4-12 4-10 9-12 2-12 8-17 5-14 3-13 2-14 4-13 6-17 5-11 5-13 2-14 6-12 5-12 1-12

B30 M39 B28 A32 B37 S26 B31 U43 B38 U28 B28 C31 B41 M33 B26 M36 B28 N33 B30 S32 B33 U24

B E AV E R F O OT B A L L

Time Poss 37:16 22:44 24:48 35:12 34:11 25:49 25:45 34:15 34:43 25:17 30:17 29:43 31:09 28:51 27:11 32:49 33:29 26:31 29:40 30:20 34:23 25:37

49


DRIVE STATS

INDIVIDUAL SUPERLATIVES

Scoring Drive Distances Distance No Drive Negative Yardage 0-9 yards 10-19 yards 20-29 yards 30-39 yards 40-49 yards 50-59 yards 60-69 yards 70-79 yards 80-89 yards 90-100 yards

BSU TD 4 0 1 0 0 1 2 6 9 4 6 4

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

Opp TD FG 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 5 1 1 0 2 2 6 0 3 0 1 0

Game-Opening Drives

BSU Opp Pts 1Dn Yds Pts 1Dn @Minot State 0 0 7 0 1 Augustana 0 0 9 0 1 @SMSU 0 1 15 0 1 @Minnesota Duluth 0 1 14 7 2 Upper Iowa 3 3 45 0 0 @Concordia-St. Paul 0 1 27 7 5 @MSU Moorhead 0 1 36 0 1 U-Mary 0 2 24 0 0 Northern State 7 2 63 0 0 at St. Cloud State 0 0 6 0 0 Minnesota, Crookston 7 2 49 3 3 Totals 17 13 295 17 14

Yds 16 4 10 26 9 80 20 6 -2 5 64 238

Bemidji State Dustin Kroeplin at MSUM (Oct 15)

26

Dustin Kroeplin vs NSU (Oct 30) 200

Category

Opponent

Rushes

29

Lomax, U-Mary (Oct. 23)

Yards Rushing

137

Campbell, CU (Oct. 9)

D. Kroeplin, 3x, (9/18;10/2;10/30); Battle (11/13)

2

TD Rushes

2

Three with, (CU / U-Mary / SCSU)

Dustin Kroeplin vs NSU (Oct 30)

45

Long Rush

69

Treat, SCSU (Nov. 6)

Derek Edholm vs. U-Mary (Oct 23)

34

Pass attempts

43

Hanson, Augustana (Sept 11)

Derek Edholm vs. U-Mary (Oct 23)

17

Pass completions

25

Hanson, Augustana (Sept 11)

Yards Passing

253

Hanson, Augustana (Sept 11)

Derek Edholm at SMSU (Sept 18) 183 Derek Edholm vs. NSU (Oct 30)

4

TD Passes

3

Vogler, UMD (Sept 25)

Derek Edholm at.Minot State (Aug 26)

62

Long Pass

43

Vogler, UMD (Sept 25)

B. Leonhardt at MSUM (Oct 15)

7

Receptions

9

Ellingworth, Augustana (Sept 11)

B. Leonhardt at UMD (Sept 25)

76

Yards Receiving

118

Winfield, UMD (Sept 25)

Schultz (Oct. 2)/Leonhardt (Oct. 30)/J. Lee (Nov.6)

2

TD Receptions

2

Winfield, UMD (Sept 25)

Adam Berg at Minot State (Aug 26)

62

Long Reception

43

Winfield, UMD (Sept 25)

Jesse Sundby vs. U-Mary (Oct 23)

3

Field Goals

1

Four with, Augie, UMD, U-Mary, UMC

Jesse Sundby vs. U-Mary (Oct 23)

36

Long Field Goal

34

Nadeau, UMD (Sept. 25)

Jesse Sundby vs. Augustana (Sept 11)

11

Punts

8

Four with, Augie, UIU, MSUM, U-Mary

Jesse Sundby vs NSU (Oct 30) 45.0

Punting Avg

42.3 Youngren, Minot State (Aug 26)

Jesse Sundby vs. U-Mary (Oct 23)

58

Long Punt

63

Youngren, Minot State (Aug 26)

Lance Rongstad at CU (Oct 9)

45

Long Punt Return

10

Winfield, UMD (Sept 25)

Beau Wakefield at SMSU (Sept 18)

39

Long Kickoff Ret.

100

Lester, Minot State (8/28)

Cory Crosby at CU (Oct 9)

15

Tackles

16

Larsen, MSUM (Oct 15)

Rob Wills, 2x, at Minot/vsUIU (Aug 26/Oct. 2)

2.0

Sacks

2.0

Three with

Rob Wills at Minot State (Aug 26)

4.0

Tackles For Loss

3.0

Wardell, Augustana / DeCaneva, SMSU

2

Interceptions

2

Dusty Sluzewicz at SMSU (Sept 18)

Henry, Upper Iowa (Oct. 2)

u school record w ties school record

Second Half-Opening Drives

BSU Opp Pts 1Dn Yds Pts 1Dn Yds @Minot State 0 1 13 0 0 6 Augustana 0 1 20 0 2 35 @SMSU 0 0 5 0 0 9 @Minnesota Duluth 0 1 18 7 2 60 Upper Iowa 7 4 88 0 2 25 @Concordia-St. Paul 0 1 36 0 1 19 @MSU Moorhead 0 2 38 0 0 1 U-Mary 0 0 5 0 0 -7 Northern State 0 0 0 0 3 57 at St. Cloud State 0 0 1 0 1 14 Minnesota, Crookston 7 0 0 0 1 12 Totals 14 10 224 7 12 231

BSU Drive Superlatives

Most Plays 18 at Concordia University 16 vs Northern State Most Yards 99 vs Northern State 96 vs Northern State Most Time 8:46 at Concordia University 8:29 vs Northern State

Opponent Drive Superlatives Most Plays 16 vs U-Mary 13 at Minnesota Duluth Most Yards 98 at St. Cloud State 80, 2x, at CU/at SCSU Most Time 6:26 vs. U-Mary 6:20 vs. Augustana

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Result TD TD TD TD TD TD

Result TD TD

TEAM SUPERLATIVES Category

Bemidji State High

Low

Opponent High

Low

Rushes

61 at Minot State (8/26)

25 vs Augustana (9/11)

47 vs. U-Mary (10/23)

18 at Minot State (8/26)

Rushing Yds.

350 vs. NSU (10/30)

9 vs Augustana (9/11)

241 at SCSU (11/6)

0 at Minot State (8/26)

Yards / Rush

7.0 vs. NSU (10/30)

0.4 vs Augustana (9/11)

5.7 at SCSU (11/6)

0.0 at Minot State (8/26)

Rushing TD

3, 3x at SMSU/vs. UIU/vs. UMC

0, 3x, last at SCSU (11/6)

4 at SCSU (11/6)

0, 5x, last vs UMC (11/13)

Pass Attempts

34 vs. U-Mary (10/23)

15 vs. NSU (10/30)

43 vs Augustana (9/11)

17 at Minot State (8/26)

Pass Completions

17 vs. U-Mary (10/23)

7 vs. NSU (10/30)

25 vs Augustana (9/11)

9, 2x, at Minot/vs UIU

Passing Yards

194 at UMD (9/25)

85 at SCSU (11/6)

253 vs Augustana (9/11)

84 vs. Upper Iowa (10/2)

Yards / Pass

9.0 vs. Upper Iowa (10/2)

3.7, 2x, last at SCSU (11/6)

11.0 at UMD (9/25)

4.4 vs. Upper Iowa (10/2)

Passing TD

4 vs. NSU (10/30)

0, 2x, (9/11, 10/23)

4 at UMD (9/25)

0, 3x last vs UMC (11/13)

Total Plays

81 at Minot State (8/26)

51 vs Augustana (9/11)

80 vs Augustana (9/11)

35 at Minot State (8/26)

Total Offense

480 vs. Minnesota Crookston (11/13) 106 vs Augustana (9/11)

477 at UMD (9/25)

86 at Minot State (8/26)

Yards / Play

6.9 vs. NSU (10/30)

2.1 vs Augustana (9/11)

7.1 at UMD (9/25)

2.5 at Minot State (8/26)

Points Scored

51 vs. Upper Iowa (10/2)

0 vs Augustana (9/11)

44 at UMD (9/25)

3 vs UMC (11/13)

Sacks By

4, 5x (8/26, 9/11-18,10/16-23)

0 at UMD/ vs UMC

5 at UMD (9/25)

0 vs. Upper Iowa (10/2)

First Downs

29. 2x at Minot State/ vs UMC

7 vs Augustana (9/11)

22 at UMD (9/25)

4 at Minot State (8/26)

Penalties

13 vs Augustana (9/11)

1 at SMSU (9/18)

9 at MSUM (10/15)

3 at SMSU (9/18)

Penalty Yards

86, 2x vs AC/ vs UMC

10 at SMSU (9/18)

85 vs. U-Mary (10/23)

20 at Minot State (8/26)

Turnovers

3, 4x (9/25, 10/2-16-23)

0 vs. NSU/ vs. UMC

4 at MSUM (10/15)

0, 3x, last vs NSU (10/30)

Interceptions By

2, 2x at SMSU/at MSUM

0, 5x, last at SCSU (11/6)

3 vs. Upper Iowa (10/2)

0, 5x, last vs UMC (11/13)

TD TD,TD TD Interception

BEAVER FOOTBALL

2011


Bemidji State Football From its modest origin as a six-team alliance nearly eight decades ago, the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference has matured into a 14-team union of upper Midwest colleges and universities to form arguably the strongest affiliation in NCAA Division II. The NSIC can trace its roots to 1932 when six schools, including Bemidji State University, Minnesota State University, Mankato, Minnesota State University Moorhead, St. Cloud State University, University of Minnesota Duluth and Winona State University signed on as charter members. All remain active subscribers of the league today. Southwest Minnesota State University was added in 1969, followed by Northern State University in 1978, Wayne State College (NE) 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. Minnesota State, St. Cloud State and Minnesota Duluth later left the league to join the North Central Conference but returned to the NSIC in 2008. University of Minnesota, Morris and Michigan Tech University were once part of the NSIC family as well. In July of 2012, the NSIC will again expand with the addition of Minot State University and the University of Sioux Falls, bring the league to 16 members for the 2012-13 academic season. In 1992 the NSIC became a true athletic showcase for both men and women with the merger of the traditional Northern Intercollegiate Conference (NIC) and the Northern Sun Conference (NSC), the home of women’s athletics since 1979. Before NSIC affiliates became certified for championship competition in the National Collegiate Athletic Association in 1995, its member institutions filled prominent roles in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA). NIC and NSC clubs annually dispatched qualified student-athletes to national tournaments and captured several NAIA teams and individual championships. The NSIC celebrates its 80th season this year and clearly continues to make a major imprint nationally, winning nine national titles in the last six years. Winona State men claimed NCAA II Basketball Championships in 2006 and 2008 and narrowly missed a third crown, falling in a last second shot in 2007. In addition, the Warriors established a NCAA II record of 57 consecutive victories. Concordia University launched an ongoing streak of four consecutive NCAA II Volleyball Championships in 2007. In 2008 the Golden Bears won 37 straight matches after a season opening loss on their way to a second consecutive title and scripted a marvelous encore in 2009 with a perfect 37-0 finish, a

third straight national crown and a winning streak of 74 straight matches. In 2010 the Golden Bear extended that win streak to 75 before dropping their second match of the season. They started 2010 with a 10-4 record before ripping off 22 straight wins on their way to their fourth straight national title. In a most surprising run, Minnesota Duluth completed a perfect 15-0 season by winning the 2008 NCAA Division II Football Championship. The Bulldogs, limited to only 24 scholarships by league rule, swept a field of fully-funded teams, including top ranked Grand Valley State and number three Northwest Missouri State. Two years later in 2010 the Bulldogs repeated that feat, going 15-0 again to win the national championship. The Bulldogs became the first NCAA DII football squad to win two national championships with undefeated records. Minnesota State added more luster to the league by finishing 32-2 and claiming the 2008-09 NCAA II Women’s Basketball Championship. The Mavericks rolled to a wild 103-94 victory over Franklin Pierce to set a NCAA record for total points in the title game. Since 2000, the NSIC has also participated in Mineral Water Bowl. Hosted by the Quarterback Club of Excelsior Springs, Mo., the Mineral Water Bowl matches the highest-finishing teams from the NSIC and the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association (MIAA) not selected for the NCAA Division II football playoffs. Winona State defeated Missouri Western State, 43-41, in triple overtime, the Warriors, first-ever NCAA II post-season win in 2000. In addition, NSIC student-athletes have made a major splash nationally as well, collecting a batch of individual titles. Concordia setter Maggie McNamara was honored as the NCAA Division II Honda Women’s Athlete of the Year, the latest NSIC representative decorated with national Player of the Year honors. The NSIC has also had three athletes awarded with the NCAA Elite 88 Award, which is presented to the student-athlete with the highest cumulative gradepoint average participating at the finals site for each of the NCAA’s 88 championships. Earning the award were Kendra Huettl (Minnesota State, Softball, 2011), Matt Braithwaite (Augustana College, Cross Country, 2010) and Lauren Brown (Winona State, Outdoor Track and Field, 2010). Member schools continue to emphasize 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. The NSIC is committed to providing rewarding experiences for its student-athletes, and while the challenges that loom are sizable, indeed, the NSIC is surely well positioned for the future.

University of Mary Bismarck, North Dakota

Northern State University Aberdeen, South Dakota Southwest Minnesota State University Marshall, Minnesota

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

Volleyball Officials Coordinator: Jose Jones......................... jonesjj@isd.net Phone:.........................(612) 721-6676

University of Minnesota Duluth Duluth, Minnesota

MINNESOTA

Basketball Officials Coordinator: Colin Kapitan......................kapitan@iw.net Cell Phone:................... 605-665-3462

St. Cloud State University St. Cloud, Minnesota Concordia University-St. Paul St. Paul, Minnesota

SOUTH DAKOTA

Minnesota State University, Mankato Mankato, Minnesota Winona State University Winona, Minnesota

Augustana College Sioux Falls, South Dakota Wayne State College Wayne, Nebraska

Administration

Basketball Officials Coordinator: Roy Ward................ roygward4@msn.com Phone/Fax:.......(651) 777-3973 / 2591

Bemidji State University Bemidji, Minnesota

NORTH DAKOTA

Minnesota State University Moorhead Moorhead, Minnesota

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

Other NSIC Staff Football Officials Coordinator: Mike Nevin.................mnevin_fb@yahoo.com Cell Phone: . ...............(612) 730-9431

NSIC TERRITORY University of Minnesota, Crookston Crookston, Minnesota

NSIC ADMINISTRATION

IOWA

Baseball Officials Coordinator: Shawn Vellek............s.vellek@comcast.net Phone:.........................(612) 928-1764

Upper Iowa University Fayette, Iowa

NEBRASKA

2011

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NSIC STANDINGS OVERALL W

L

Minnesota Duluthac

15

0

Augustanaa

11

2

St. Cloud Statea

Pct.

NORTH DIVISION

NSIC W

L

Pct.

1.00

10

0

1.00

.846

9

1

.900

10

3

.769

9

1

.900

Concordia-St. Paulb

8

4

.667

7

3

.700

uBEMIDJI STATE

7

4

.636

6

4

.600

Winona State

7

4

.636

6

4

.600

Minnesota State

6

5

.545

5

5

.500

Wayne State (Neb)

5

6

.455

5

5

.500

U Mary (ND)

4

7

.364

4

6

.400

SW Minnesota State

4

7

.364

3

7

.300

MSU Moorhead

2

9

.182

2

8

.200

Upper Iowa

2

9

.182

2

8

.200

Northern State

2

9

.182

2

8

.200

Minnesota, Crookston

1

10

.091

0

10

.000

Final 2010 Overall Standings a-NCAA Playoff participant b-Mineral Water Bowl participant c-2010 NCAA National Champion

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

Brian Leonhardt Andrew Schultz Jamal Lomax Cory Flesch Garth Heikkinen Francis Herzog Eli Kelley Isaac Odim Chase Vogler D.J. Winfield Scott Horvath Fred Williams

Rob Wills Xavaier Cleveland Sean Ziehlke Robbie Aurich Cory Eich Kiel Fechtelkotter Cameron Harper Rob Huberty Jim Kunz Thomas Gruis Josh Popanda Tony Kubes

David Nadeau D.J. Winfield Thomas Parrott

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

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

Andrew Eagan Cory Crosby Jordan Lardinois Brody Scheff DeShon Benton Joe Akey Forrest Clements Mike Bogdanovich Titus Cole Joe Everson Joel Godfredsen Tyler Niedfeldt

Defensive end Rob Wills (top) and wide receiver Andrew Schultz (above) were named First Team All-NSIC in 2010. Wills is top 10 in multiple record charts at BSU and Schultz is a career 1,000-yard receiver.

BEAVER FOOTBALL

2011

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

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

K Jr. KR/PR Jr. P Sr.

Cory Immerman C Dustin Kroeplin RB Terry Newsome WR Martin Patron OL Brad Foss RB Ryan Hayes TE Brandon Thompson WR Tyrone Small WR Andrew Beckmann OL Scott Ferguson OL Phillip Klaphake QB Matt Theis OL

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SOUTH DIVISION

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

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

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

Bemidji State Bemidji State U-Mary Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth St. Cloud State St. Cloud State

Bemidji State U-Mary U-Mary Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth. Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth St. Cloud State St. Cloud State St. Cloud State

Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Northern State

Bemidji State Bemidji State U-Mary U-Mary Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth MSU Moorhead MSU Moorhead St. Cloud State St. Cloud State St. Cloud State St. Cloud State

Bemidji State Bemidji State Bemidji State Bemidji State U-Mary Minnesota Duluth Minnesota Duluth Northern State St. Cloud State St. Cloud State St. Cloud State St. Cloud State

Joe Clark Dan Schoen Tyler Schulte Charles Gilbert Tyler Hendrickson Hayden Vavra Jeremy Clark Joe Bundy Derrick Engel Jason Enos Rayon Simmons

Chris Janisch Andrew Keel Brady McIver Dan O’Keefe Zach Moore Trevor Glomski Jesse Hamilton Troy Jones Nate Curran Richard Daniel Cody Dummer Matt Ulrich

Drew Behrens Frederick Bruno Randy Weich

Aaron Esselink Josh Hanson Sam Campbell Kyle McManus Cordell Bell Taylor Brookins Josh Rauser Adam Thielen Jesse Hubbard Nehemiah Blackburn Kevin Paulsen Casey Clark

Nick Andreas Ryan Isaacson Zac Kallas Ben Wardell Tyler Johnson Dan Fehlberg Bryce Kinniry Matt McQuiston Bryan Schmid Anthony Hale Mark Janssen Ryan Jirgl

RB OL WR WR OL TE OL OL WR OL RB

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

P KR P

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

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

Sr. Augustana Sr. Augustana Sr. Augustana Jr. Concordia-St. Paul Jr. Concordia-St. Paul Sr. Concordia-St. Paul Sr. Minnesota State Sr. Wayne State So. Winona State Sr. Winona State So. W inona State University

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

So. Sr. So.

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

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

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

Augustana Wayne State Wayne State

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

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


Bemidji State Football NORTH DIVISION

SOUTH DIVISION

SECOND-TEAM ALL-NSIC SPECIAL TEAMS Tyler Aldridge Jesse Sundby Terry Newsome

K So. P Jr. KR/PR Sr.

St. Cloud State Bemidji State U-Mary

HONORABLE MENTION ALL-NSIC Brett DeLange Derek Edholm Davis Mickelson Nate Solors Buckley Wright Jake Zimmerman Marcus Broome Ryan Nelson Willie Wenschlag Cecil Brown Cody Hendrickson Scott Steuck Joey Dawson Brandon Larson Jake Larson Eboni Lucious-West Zack Tourangeau Jim Green Mark Hanley Thomas Parrott Smith Michael Zerr Nick Angellotti Marvin Matthews Chad Peterson

OL QB OL FB LB DL LB DL LB DB DB OT LB DB LB RB OL OT WR K DE OL TE DB RB

So. Bemidji State Sr. Bemidji State Jr. Bemidji State Jr. Bemidji State Fr. Bemidji State So. Bemidji State Jr. U-Mary Sr. U-Mary Sr. U-Mary So. Minnesota, Crookston Jr. Minnesota, Crookston Jr. Minnesota, Crookston Sr. MSU Moorhead Sr. MSU Moorhead Sr. MSU Moorhead Jr. MSU Moorhead Jr. MSU Moorhead Jr. Northern State So. Northern State Sr. Northern StateLincoln Jr. Northern State Sr. Northern State Jr. St. Cloud State So. St. Cloud State R-Fr. St. Cloud State

NSIC NORTH STANDINGS

SECOND-TEAM ALL-NSIC SPECIAL TEAMS Mike Wenk Sam Brockshus Curtis Dewberry

P Fr. K So. KR/PR Jr.

SMSU Minnesota State Winona State

HONORABLE MENTION ALL-NSIC Eric Bergman Eric Ellingworth Isaac Jorgenson Denzell Blackmon Arnold Doxie Jason McCalope Spencer Ohm Calvin Simon Al Quaye Dennis Carter Gerald DeWet Chris Schaudt Bret Ballentine Shane LaDage John Kersbergen Levi Reiff Brian Rodas Ethan Douglas Preston Spencer Michael Bazata Kirkland Grant Austan Pomajzl Lewis Johnson Rick Lilla

DL Sr. WR Sr. TE So. DB R-Fr. DB Sr. DB Sr. QB Jr. WR Sr. LB Jr. WR/KR So. P Sr. DL Fr. WR Sr. TE Sr. LB Jr. DB Jr. OL Jr. LB Fr. DL Sr. DT Jr. DL Sr. DB Fr. DE So. C Fr.

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

OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Isaac Odim

Kiel Fechtelkotter

RB

Sr.

Minnesota Duluth

LB

Sr.

DEFENSIVE NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR

Phillip Klaphake

Denzell Blackmon DB

R-Fr..

St. Cloud St.

R-Fr.

NSIC

L

Pct. W L Pct.

Minnesota Duluth 15

0

1.00

6 0 1.00

St. Cloud State

10

3

.769

5 1 .833

BEMIDJI STATE

7

4 .636

4 2 .667

U-Mary

4

7 .364

3 3 .500

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 Augustana

NSIC

W

L

Pct. W L Pct.

11

2

.846

5 1 .833

Winona State

7

4 .636

5 1 .833

Concordia-STP

8

4

.667

4 2 .667

Minnesota State

6

5 .545

3 3 .500

Wayne State

6

5

.545

2 4 .333

SW Minnesota St.

4

7 .364

1 5 .167

Upper Iowa

2

9 .182

1 5 .167

Final 2008 NSIC South Standings

Minnesota Duluth

OFFENSIVE NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR QB

OVERALL W

Concordia-St. Paul

COACH OF THE YEAR

Bob Nielson

Minnesota Duluth

Linebacker Andrew Eagan (left) and defensive end Jordan Lardinois (right) were both named Second Team All-NSIC Defense Team in 2010 following solid senior year performances for the Gang Green Defense.

2011

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SCORING OFFENSE

G

Minnesota Duluth 10 St. Cloud State 10 Winona State 10 Augustana 10 Minnesota State 10 Concordia-St. Paul 10 Wayne State 10 University of Mary 10 Bemidji State 10 Southwest Minnesota. 10 Upper Iowa 10 MSU Moorhead 10 Northern State 10 Minnesota, Crookston 10

SCORING DEFENSE

G

Minnesota Duluth.... 10 Augustana 10 St. Cloud State 10 Bemidji State 10 Concordia-St. Paul 10 Minnesota State 10 Wayne State 10 Winona State 10 University of Mary 10 Northern State 10 Southwest Minnesota 10 MSU Moorhead 10 Upper Iowa 10 Minnesota, Crookston 10

PASS OFFENSE

G

Concordia-St. Paul 10 Augustana 10 St. Cloud State 10 Southwest Minnesota. 10 Winona State 10 Minnesota State 10 MSU Moorhead 10 Wayne State 10 University of Mary 10 Minnesota Duluth 10 Upper Iowa 10 Northern State 10 Bemidji State 10 Minnesota, Crookston 10

PASS DEFENSE

G

KICKOFF RETURNS

G

Minnesota State 10 Augustana 10 Concordia-St. Paul 10 Minnesota Duluth 10 Bemidji State 10 Wayne State 10 Northern State 10 St. Cloud State 10 Winona State 10 University of Mary 10 MSU Moorhead 10 Minnesota, Crookston 10 Southwest Minnesota 10 Upper Iowa 10

Minnesota Duluth 10 Minnesota State 10 Wayne State 10 Augustana 10 Upper Iowa 10 Concordia-St. Paul 10 Bemidji State 10 University of Mary 10 Northern State 10 Winona State 10 Southwest Minnesota 10 MSU Moorhead 10 St. Cloud State 10 Minnesota, Crookston 10

54

TD

65 45 40 36 36 37 35 37 34 31 26 22 19 10

TD

15 16 20 25 24 25 27 31 31 40 44 51 56 68

XP 2XP DXP

60 45 35 33 33 33 31 29 28 23 20 19 16 3

299 303 254 382 330 263 363 270 269 174 280 275 254 229

266 303 255 290 269 283 235 308 286 342 288 232 280 308

15 14 16 17 20 23 23 26 28 36 33 44 48 65

180 172 162 199 174 148 176 171 174 114 152 148 131 107

Att Cmp

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

XP 2XP DXP

0 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 4 0 0 0

Att Cmp

1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 1 2 0 1 0

131 144 131 153 138 162 126 177 162 198 178 152 173 183

Ret Yds 23 632 40 1017 34 839 27 572 58 1225 37 716 29 547 41 759 43 755 37 639 44 745 56 916 33 496 68 959

9 7 9 14 8 6 8 2 5 0 5 4 7 2

FG 5 5 7 4 7 10 6 4 11 4 9 5 4 5

Saf 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

Saf 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 0

Pts

479 336 304 295 275 275 269 259 253 211 195 163 153 69

120 129 159 179 187 205 205 226 247 288 336 367 398 490

Avg

RUSHING OFFENSE

G

Avg

RUSHING DEFENSE

G

TOTAL OFFENSE

G Rush Pass Plays Yards Avg/P

47.9 33.6 30.4 29.5 27.5 27.5 26.9 25.9 25.3 21.1 19.5 16.3 15.3 6.9

Pts

12.0 12.9 15.9 17.9 18.7 20.5 20.5 22.6 24.7 28.8 33.6 36.7 39.8 49.0

Int Pct. Yds Avg

TD Yds/G

Int Pct. Yds Avg

TD Yds/G

6 10 7 9 9 15 17 6 7 1 11 11 9 19

10 19 5 11 8 7 5 20 6 12 10 6 8 10

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

FG

60.2 2392 56.8 2226 63.8 2216 52.1 2212 52.7 2132 56.3 2041 48.5 2032 63.3 1994 64.7 1903 65.5 1794 54.3 1751 53.8 1625 51.6 1483 46.7 945 49.2 47.5 51.4 52.8 51.3 57.2 53.6 57.5 56.6 57.9 61.8 65.5 61.8 59.4

1509 1524 1623 1624 1651 1825 1839 1986 2046 2088 2146 2154 2317 2414

TD Avg 1 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

BEAVER FOOTBALL

27.5 25.4 24.7 21.2 21.1 19.4 18.9 18.5 17.6 17.3 16.9 16.4 15.0 14.1

2011

8.0 7.3 8.7 5.8 6.5 7.8 5.6 7.4 7.1 10.3 6.3 5.9 5.8 4.1 5.7 5.0 6.4 5.6 6.1 6.4 7.8 6.4 7.2 6.1 7.5 9.3 8.3 7.8

22 21 22 19 16 17 11 14 11 21 15 9 16 2 14 9 9 9 12 12 22 10 15 18 21 25 17 23

239.2 222.6 221.6 221.2 213.2 204.1 203.2 199.4 190.3 179.4 175.1 162.5 148.3 94.5 150.9 152.4 162.3 162.4 165.1 182.5 183.9 198.6 204.6 208.8 214.6 215.4 231.7 241.4

Att Yds Avg

Minnesota Duluth 10 St. Cloud State 10 Winona State 10 Bemidji State 10 Augustana 10 Minnesota State 10 Concordia-St. Paul 10 Wayne State 10 Upper Iowa 10 University of Mary 10 Northern State 10 Minnesota, Crookston 10 MSU Moorhead 10 Southwest Minnesota 10 Augustana 10 Minnesota Duluth 10 St. Cloud State 10 Wayne State 10 Winona State 10 Bemidji State 10 University of Mary 10 Concordia-St. Paul 10 Minnesota State 10 Upper Iowa 10 Southwest Minnesota 10 Northern State 10 MSU Moorhead 10 Minnesota, Crookston 10 Minnesota Duluth 10 St. Cloud State 10 Winona State 10 Augustana 10 Concordia-St. Paul 10 Minnesota State 10 Wayne State 10 Bemidji State 10 University of Mary 10 Southwest Minnesota 10 Upper Iowa 10 MSU Moorhead 10 Northern State 10 Minnesota, Crookston 10

474 415 374 399 431 380 368 422 364 350 377 346 327 274

3035 2155 2112 1764 1761 1726 1471 1374 1326 1315 1302 1018 923 880

6.4 5.2 5.6 4.4 4.1 4.5 4.0 3.3 3.6 3.8 3.5 2.9 2.8 3.2

Att Yds Avg.

312 301 318 342 370 365 370 417 384 426 456 392 418 430

772 877 1071 1303 1319 1342 1476 1494 1663 1896 2057 2080 2296 2516

3035 1794 2155 2216 2112 2132 1761 2226 1471 2392 1726 2041 1374 1994 1764 1483 1315 1903 880 2212 1326 1751 923 2032 1302 1625 1018 945

2.5 2.9 3.4 3.8 3.6 3.7 4.0 3.6 4.3 4.5 4.5 5.3 5.5 5.9

TD Yds/G

35 18 22 14 13 17 13 17 10 20 9 8 8 12

303.5 215.5 211.2 176.4 176.1 172.6 147.1 137.4 132.6 131.5 130.2 101.8 92.3 88.0

TD Yds/G

6 77.2 4 87.7 6 107.1 12 130.3 15 131.9 13 134.2 12 147.6 15 149.4 7 166.3 26 189.6 25 205.7 16 208.0 27 229.6 32 251.6

648 4829 669 4371 704 4244 734 3987 667 3863 643 3767 692 3368 653 3247 619 3218 656 3092 644 3077 690 2955 652 2927 575 1963

7.5 6.5 6.0 5.4 5.8 5.9 4.9 5.0 5.2 4.7 4.8 4.3 4.5 3.4

TD Yds/G 56 482.9 40 437.1 38 424.4 34 398.7 35 386.3 34 376.7 31 336.8 30 324.7 31 321.8 31 309.2 25 307.7 19 295.5 18 292.7 10 196.3


Bemidji State Football TOTAL DEFENSE

G Rush Pass Plys Yards Avg

Augustana 10 Minnesota Duluth 10 Bemidji State 10 St. Cloud State 10 Concordia-St. Paul 10 Wayne State 10 Minnesota State 10 Winona State 10 University of Mary 10 Northern State 10 Upper Iowa 10 Southwest Minnesota. 10 MSU Moorhead 10 Minnesota, Crookston 10

PUNT RETURNS

772 877 1342 1071 1494 1303 1663 1319 1476 2080 1896 2057 2296 2516

G

Winona State 10 Bemidji State 10 University of Mary 10 St. Cloud State 10 Minnesota Duluth 10 MSU Moorhead 10 Minnesota State 10 Concordia-St. Paul 10 Augustana 10 Wayne State 10 Northern State 10 Southwest Minnesota 10 Upper Iowa 10 Minnesota, Crookston 10

PASS EFFICIENCY

G

Minnesota Duluth 10 St. Cloud State 10 Concordia-St. Paul 10 Wayne State 10 Augustana 10 University of Mary 10 Minnesota State 10 Winona State 10 Upper Iowa 10 Bemidji State 10 Southwest Minnesota 10 Northern State 10 MSU Moorhead 10 Minnesota, Crookston 10

PASS DEF EFFICIENCY G

Augustana 10 Minnesota Duluth 10 Minnesota State 10 St. Cloud State 10 Bemidji State 10 Concordia-St. Paul 10 University of Mary 10 Wayne State 10 Winona State 10 MSU Moorhead 10 Upper Iowa 10 Southwest Minnesota 10 Northern State 10 Minnesota, Crookston 10

1524 1624 1651 1986 1623 1825 1509 2046 2088 1839 2414 2317 2146 2154

Ret Yds 16 20 12 17 20 14 19 8 18 25 16 10 19 5

338 257 135 187 200 134 166 68 137 187 92 54 81 13

Att Cmp

174 254 299 270 303 269 263 330 280 254 382 275 363 229

114 162 180 171 172 174 148 174 152 131 199 148 176 107

Att Cmp

303 290 266 308 269 255 342 283 286 288 308 280 235 232

615 591 634 626 672 625 650 656 712 627 734 736 706 662

144 153 131 177 138 131 198 162 162 178 183 173 126 152

2296 2501 2993 3057 3117 3128 3172 3365 3564 3919 4310 4374 4442 4670

3.7 4.2 4.7 4.9 4.6 5.0 4.9 5.1 5.0 6.3 5.9 5.9 6.3 7.1

TD Yds/G

15 229.6 13 250.1 25 299.3 16 305.7 24 311.7 24 312.8 21 317.2 30 336.5 30 356.4 38 391.9 49 431.0 42 437.4 48 444.2 57 467.0

TD Avg 2 0 2 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

Pct

21.1 12.9 11.2 11.0 10.0 9.6 8.7 8.5 7.6 7.5 5.8 5.4 4.3 2.6

.655 .638 .602 .633 .568 .647 .563 .527 .543 .516 .521 .538 .485 .467

1794 2216 2392 1994 2226 1903 2041 2132 1751 1483 2212 1625 2032 945

Int Pct. Yds 19 11 10 20 8 5 12 7 6 10 10 8 5 6

47.5 52.8 49.2 57.5 51.3 51.4 57.9 57.2 56.6 61.8 59.4 61.8 53.6 65.5

Simmons, Rayon Foss, Brad Lomax,Jamal Campbell, Sam Clark,Joe Kroeplin,Dustin Brookins, Taylor Klaphake, Phillip McBride, Keith Matthews, Warren

1524 1624 1509 1986 1651 1623 2088 1825 2046 2146 2414 2317 1839 2154

TD Effic

21 190.8 22 160.1 22 147.7 14 138.0 21 134.7 11 132.4 17 131.4 16 117.5 15 116.6 16 114.3 19 112.4 9 106.3 11 96.1 2 67.7

TD Effic

9 87.0 9 102.5 14 106.8 10 109.4 12 111.6 9 112.6 18 119.5 12 120.5 15 129.8 21 141.5 23 143.4 17 145.6 22 146.0 25 173.9

Team YR

WSU SO UMD SR MARY SR CU JR AUGIE SR BSU SO MSU JR SCSU FR UMC SO SMSU SO

G

10 9 8 10 10 10 10 10 9 8

Att

Yds

174 129 160 162 171 151 140 102 149 84

1167 869 688 830 823 802 735 662 585 509

PASSING AVG/GAME Team YR G Att-Cmp-Int Hanson,Josh Klaphake, Phillip Ohm, Spencer Ratekin, Ryan Koch, Kevin Bagnell,Craig Brogan, Will Aber, Evan Johnson, Evan Edholm, Derek

AUGIE SO 8 SCSU FR 10 CU JR 9 SMSU SR 9 MSUM JR 9 MARY FR 10 MSU SO 8 WSU SO 8 WSC SO 10 BSU SR 10

TOTAL OFFENSE

Int Yds 1 7 6 6 10 7 15 9 11 9 9 11 17 19

RUSHING

Team YR

Hanson,Josh Klaphake, Phillip Ohm, Spencer Ratekin, Ryan Bagnell,Craig Johnson, Evan Vogler, Chase Koch, Kevin Brogan, Will Aber, Evan

AUGIE SO SCSU FR CU JR SMSU SR MARY FR WSC SO UMD SO MSUM JR MSU SO WSU SO

RECEPTIONS/GAME

Team YR

Williams, Fred SCSU SR Paulsen, Kevin WSC SO Hubbard, Jessie UIU JR Newsome,Terry MARY SR Thompson, Brandon MSUM JR Schulte,Tyler AUGIE SR Steffan,Tyler MARY SO Gilbert, Charles CU JR Engel, Derrick WSU SO Ballantine,Bret SMSU SR

RECEIVE YDS/GAME Team YR Williams, Fred Gilbert, Charles Winfield, D.J Schulte,Tyler Thielen, Adam Steffan,Tyler Engel, Derrick Paulsen, Kevin Hubbard, Jessie Carter, Dennis

ALL PURPOSE

SCSU SR CU JR UMD JR AUGIE SR MSU SO MARY SO WSU SO WSC SO UIU JR MSU SO

Dewberry, Curtis Winfield, D.J Williams, Fred Simmons, Rayon Matthews, Warren Campbell, Sam Carter, Dennis Clark,Joe Jackson, Dominique Paulsen, Kevin

Team YR

WSU JR UMD JR SCSU SR WSU SO SMSU SO CU JR MSU SO AUGIE SR UIU SR WSC SO

2011

Pct.

222 134 7 236 156 5 233 146 5 285 158 8 289 147 11 251 162 5 172 100 9 217 107 4 229 144 5 250 128 8

G Rush

8 10 9 9 10 10 10 9 8 8

447 662 169 46 188 381 476 -32 -11 -34

G

Rec

10 10 10 10 10 9 10 10 9 9

G

10 10 10 9 10 10 9 10 10 8

64 51 48 45 44 37 41 40 36 36

Rec

64 40 34 37 39 41 36 51 48 29

G Rush

9 268 10 174 10 6 10 1167 8 509 10 830 8 74 10 823 9 58 10 72

Avg

60.4 66.1 62.7 55.4 50.9 64.5 58.1 49.3 62.9 51.2

TD

6.7 6.7 4.3 5.1 4.8 5.3 5.2 6.5 3.9 6.1

9 10 10 7 6 9 7 9 4 5

116.7 96.6 86.0 83.0 82.3 80.2 73.5 66.2 65.0 63.6

Yds TD Avg/G

1822 2171 1944 1765 1676 1824 1402 1369 1614 1451

17 22 20 15 10 11 10 13 9 14

Pass Plays Total 1822 2171 1944 1765 1824 1614 1395 1676 1402 1369

Yds/G

332 338 303 348 333 381 202 354 182 235

2269 2833 2113 1811 2012 1995 1871 1644 1391 1335

227.8 217.1 216.0 196.1 186.2 182.4 175.2 171.1 161.4 145.1

Yds/G

283.6 283.3 234.8 201.2 201.2 199.5 187.1 182.7 173.9 166.9

Yds

TD Avg/C

Rec/G

Yds

TD Avg/C

Yds/G

1050 559 540 481 419 667 650 830 544 424

1050 830 756 667 651 650 544 559 540 411

Rcv

PR

15 2 5 4 1 12 4 10 4 3

15 10 7 12 5 4 4 2 5 5

KR

16.4 11.0 11.2 10.7 9.5 18.0 15.9 20.8 15.1 11.8

16.4 20.8 22.2 18.0 16.7 15.9 15.1 11.0 11.2 14.2

6.40 5.10 4.80 4.50 4.40 4.11 4.10 4.00 4.00 4.00

105.0 83.0 75.6 74.1 65.1 65.0 60.4 55.9 54.0 51.4

Yds Avg/G

288 239 512 1307 756 200 217 1347 1050 58 230 1344 95 0 0 1262 157 0 267 933 294 15 0 1139 411 0 402 887 198 0 0 1021 279 59 519 915 559 21 361 1013

B E AV E R F O OT B A L L

145.2 134.7 134.4 126.2 116.6 113.9 110.9 102.1 101.7 101.3

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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 200, Dustin Kroeplin vs Northern State, 10/30/2010 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 4, Derek Edholm vs Northern State, 10/30/2010 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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BEAVER FOOTBALL

2011

BSU - TEAM

30+ first downs 35 at Chadron (Neb.) State, 9/11/2004 300+ yards rushing 328 vs Minnesota, Crookston, 11/13/2010 <50 yards net rushing 9 vs. Augustana, 9/11/2010 <100 yards net rushing 50 at Minnesota Duluth, 10/25/2010 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 106 vs. Augustana, 9/11/2010 700+ all-purpose yards 820 at Chadron (Neb.) State, 9/11/2004 40+ points 45 vs. Minnesota, Crookston, 11/13/2010 50+ points 51 vs. Upper Iowa, 10/2/2010 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 Minnesota Duluth, 10/25/2010 20+ tackles for loss 22 vs. Minnesota-Morris, 10/28/2000 Scored a safety at Southwest Minnesota State, (sack in the end zone), 9/18/2010 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 vs. Augustana (0-10), 9/11/2010 Shut out by NSIC opp. vs. Augustana (0-10), 9/11/2010 Shut out by, 1st half vs. St. Cloud State (0-28), 11/6/2010 Shut out by, 2nd half vs. Augustana (0-0), 9/11/2010 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, Jesse Sundby vs. U-Mary, 10/23/2010 6-6, Jesse Sundby vs Minnesota, Crookston, 11/13/2010 8-8, Michael McDonald vs. Minnesota, Crookston, 9/23/2006 42, Paul Potemra at Wayne State (Neb.), 10/11/2008 11, Jesse Sundby vs. Augustana, 9/11/2010 84, Neil Collier at Concordia-St. Paul, 10/12/2002 15, Cory Crosby at Concordia-St. Paul, 10/9/2010 5, Wes Ehlers vs. Minnesota-Morris, 10/28/2000 3, Jake Anderson vs. St. Cloud State, 10/2/2009 2, Dusty Sluzewicz vs. Southwest Minnesota State, 9/18/2010 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 Buckley Wright (40 yds) vs. Minnesota, Crookston, 11/13/2010 Jordan Lardinois (30 yds) vs. U-Mary, 10/23/2010 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 Jake Zimmerman (42) vs. Augustana, 9/11/2010 Aaron Roland vs. U-Mary, 10/31/2009 2, at Southwest State, 10/9/1999 Matt Gandrud vs U-Mary, 10/23/2010 2 (FG,FG) vs. Minnesota State (9/6/2008)


Bemidji State Football

PASSING YARDAGE

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 5,489.........................2007-10 Derek Edholm 57.........................10/11/1975 Scott Longenecker vs St. Cloud State 320................................. 2005 Nathan Sannes 811............................2007-10 Derek Edholm 34...........................9/11/2004 Nathan Sannes at Chadron (Neb.) St. 193................................. 2008 Derek Edholm 474............................2007-10 Derek Edholm 6...............................9/3/2005 Nathan Sannes at Minot (N.D.) St. 27................................... 2005 Nathan Sannes 57..............................2007-10 Derek Edholm

Completion Percentage Game: Season: Career:

.937........................11/3/2001 Geoff Martinson (15-16) at Minn.-Morris .652................................ 2008 Derek Edholm (193-296) .605...........................2006-07 Cory Wardrope (227-375)

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

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) Derek Edholm (138/1,585)

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)

2001 2005 1999 2000 2004 2002 2008 2003 1977 1998

PASSING ATTEMPTS Season 320 296 296 295 294 293 288 286 282 270

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) Derek Edholm (138-270-8)

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) Derek Edholm (138-270-8)

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 63.5 113.2 194.4 211.1 209.8 254.4 195.7 180.9 208.0 264.3 118.7 166.2 213.6 151.1 144.1

Nathan Sannes Geoff Martinson Geoff Martinson Derek 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) Derek 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) Derek 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)

Season

Geoff Martinson Nathan Sannes Derek Edholm Ben Morie

811 779 687 637 613 578 517 466 385 382

Derek Edholm (474-811-22) 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) Ben Morie (290-517-19) Tom Peterson (237-466-21) Scott Lindberg (166-385-28) Mike Harreld (167-382-24)

2007-10 1989-92 1974-77 2001-05 1998-01 2000-03 1998-99 1984-85 1971-74 1979-81

474 368 359 317 305 301 290 237 227 197

Derek Edholm (474-811-22) Nathan Sannes (368-637-24) Geoff Martinson (359-613-22) 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) Brad Maendler (197-374-24)

2007-10 2001-05 1998-01 2000-03 1974-77 1989-92 1998-99 1984-85 2006-07 1986-87

57 51 51 46 35 31 29 27 17 15

Derek Edholm Geoff Martinson Nathan Sannes Jason Smith Ben Morie Cory Wardrope Tom Peterson Marty Follis Scott Longenecker Brad Maendler

2007-10 1998-01 2001-05 2000-03 1998-99 2006-07 1984-85 1989-92 1974-77 1986-87

Yds Name 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

Opponent

Date

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 Derek 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) .605 .586 .584 .578 .561 .548 .527 .509 .444 .437

Cory Wardrope (227-375-13) Geoff Martinson (359-613-22) Derek Edholm (474-811-22) 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)

2006-07 1998-01 2007-10 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 6 6 5 4

2007-10 1998-01 2001-05 1989-92 2000-03 1998-99 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

Derek Edholm (474-811-22) 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) 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 2010

Season 27 26 25 25 23 23 21 21 20 17

5,489 5,293 5,159 4,230 4,195 4,091 3,518 3,107 2,847 2,144

Career 2005 2008 2000 2001 1999 1977 2002 2003 2004 2010

COMPLETIONS 193 186 185 166 165 165 159 155 153 138

250-YARD GAMES

Career

TOUCHDOWN PASSES

ANNUAL LEADERS (SINCE 1971) yr name (comp/yds)

Season

2001 2005 2008 1999

151.4 144.7 137.6 134.8 133.1 118.4 101.2 85.0 84.4 82.8

Geoff Martinson (359-613-22) Nathan Sannes (368-637-24) Ben Morie (290-517-19) Jason Smith (317-578-21) Derek Edholm (474-811-22) 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 1998-99 2000-03 2007-10 1984-85 1986-87 1993-94 1989-92 1974-77

Geoff Martinson Nathan Sannes Derek Edholm Ben Morie

1998-01 2001-05 2007-10 1996-99

Career 9 8 6 5

2011

Above: Derek Edholm (2007-10) finished his career as BSU’s all-time leader in passing yardage (5,489), passing attempts (811), completions (474), touchdown passes (57) and total offensive yardage (6,061). His 69 touchdowns responsible for ranks second, while his completion percentage (.585) is third, total offense per game (183.1) is fourth and passing efficiency (133.1) is fifth all-time. He threw for more than 250 yards six times to rank third on the BSU record book. Edholm owns the single-season records for completions (193) and completion percentage (.652), set in 2008.

BEAVER FOOTBALL

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SINGLE-GAME HIGHS Total Offense Yds Name

TOTAL OFFENSE YARDAGE Season

Opponent

Date

527 Nathan Sannes at Chadron St. 9/11/04 439 Scott Longenecker at Wis.-Superior 11/12/77 438 Nathan Sannes vs Wayne St. 11/5/05 422 Geoff Martinson Southwest St. 10/7/00 414 Scott Longenecker St. Cloud State 10/11/75 393 Derek Edholm vs Minn. Duluth 10/24/09 391 Nathan Sannes at C’cida-St. Paul 9/24/05 374 Geoff Martinson at Southwest St. 10/13/01 367 Nathan Sannes at Northern St. 10/23/04 359 Derek Edholm at Minot State 8/28/08 344 Ben Morie Minn.-Duluth 10/23/99 339 Geoff Martinson St. Thomas (Minn.) 9/9/00 338 Geoff Martinson Minn.-Duluth 10/27/01 323 Geoff Martinson MSU-Moorhead 10/20/01 323 Nathan Sannes at Minot State 9/3/05 320 Ben Morie vs UW-Stevens Point 11/14/99 317 Geoff Martinson at Minn.-Morris 11/3/01 313 Nathan Sannes at UW-River Falls 9/17/05 311 Jason Smith Northern St. 10/5/02 309 Jason Smith UM-Crookston 11/15/03 307 Nathan Sannes at Winona St. 10/8/05 300 Nathan Sannes SW Minnesota St. 10/1/05 records available beginning with 1989 season

All-Purpose Yardage Yds Name

Opponent

Date

352 Karl Mikolon at MSU-Moorhead 10/26/02 332 Michael Nordyke at Chadron St. 9/11/04 281 Eddie Acosta UM-Morris 10/28/00 273 Anthony Schreiber vs. Upper Iowa 11/10/06 267 Jason Leden C’cdia-St. Paul 10/6/01 260 Eddie Acosta at MSU-Moorhead 10/14/00 260 Anthony Schreiber vs Wayne St. 11/5/05 254 Jason Leden vs UW-Stevens Point 11/14/99 254 Eddie Acosta MSU-Moorhead 10/20/01 253 Jason Leden Southwest St. 10/7/00 247 Ryan Welle at UM-Morris 11/3/01 246 Eddie Acosta at Wayne St. 9/22/01 245 Michael Nordyke at Northern St. 10/25/03 241 Eddie Acosta vs St. Thomas 9/11/99 233 Tyler Olson at Minnesota St. 8/26/04 232 Karl Mikolon UM-Morris 11/9/02 229 Eddie Acosta Minot St. 9/2/00 228 Eddie Acosta C’cdia-St. Paul 10/6/01 227 Jason Leden at St. Thomas 9/8/01 222 Jason Leden at Southwest St. 10/13/01 221 Eddie Acosta at Southwest St. 10/13/01 218 Anthony Schreiber C’cdia-St. Paul 11/3/07 217 Jason Leden at Minot St. 9/1/01 215 Eddie Acosta MSU-Moorhead 10/4/03 212 Jason Leden vs UM-Crookston 11/6/05 208 Anthony Schriber vs. Upper Iowa 11/9/07 207 Jason Leden C’cdia-St. Paul 9/30/00 207 Eddie Acosta at UM-Morris 11/3/01 202 Jason Leden vs UW-River Falls 11/10/00 201 Eddie Acosta UM-Crookston 11/4/00 201 Eddie Acosta at St. Thomas 9/8/01 201 Michael Nordyke at Northern St. 10/23/04 records available beginning with 1999 season

2,869 2,827 2,681 2,512 2,393 2,338 2,331 2,071 2,061 2,005 2,005

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)

2005 2001 2004 1999 2000 2002 2008 1977 2003 2007 2009

QUICKLY...

Total Offense Yardage

Career 6,226 5,782 5,766 5,461 5,397 4,486 4,241 4,182 3,914 3,377 2,982

Derek Edholm (737-5,489) 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) 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)

2007-10 2001-05 1999-03 1998-01 1989-92 2000-03 1998-99 1974-77 1996-99 2006-07 1984-85

Eddie AcostaRB Derek Edholm Nathan Sannes Geoff Martinson Jason Smith Marty Follis Ben Morie Chris MeyerRB Al WoldenRB Cory Wardrope

1999-03 2007-10 2001-05 1998-01 2000-03 1989-92 1998-99 1996-99 1983-86 2006-07

TOUCHDOWNS RESPONSIBLE FOR Season 33 30 30 28 28 27 26 25 24 23

Derek Edholm Geoff Martinson Nathan Sannes Geoff Martinson Jason Smith Ben Morie Nathan Sannes Eddie AcostaRB Cory Wardrope Jason Smith

Career

2009 2001 2005 2000 2002 1999 2004 2001 2007 2003

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 6.23

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) Steven Battle (78-486)

2001 1987 2005 2004 2009 2000 1999 1999 2001 1982 2010

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 69 60 59 51 45 44 41 37 37

212.1 199.1 192.7 183.1 179.4 174.1 142.0 127.0 122.7 99.1

Ben Morie (20 gms) Scott Longenecker (21 gms) Nathan Sannes (30 gms) Derek Edholm (34 gms) Jason Smith (25 gms) Marty Follis (31 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 5.55 5.49 5.40 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) Eddie AcostaRB (1,039-5,766) John GronskiRB (541-2,972) Derek Edholm (1,153-6,226) 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 1999-03 1986-89 2007-10 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 2,277

Eddie Acosta Jason Leden Chris Meyer Anthony Schreiber Al Wolden John Gronski Ryan Welle Michael Nordyke Chad Postal Tyler Olson

1999-03 1998-01 1996-99 2004-07 1983-86 1986-89 1999-02 2003-04 1990-92 2003-06

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

2011

148.1 144.4 141.3 136.6 114.0 111.9 96.4 94.4 91.1 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) Ray Betton (20 gms) wDustin Kroeplin (21 gms) Tyler Olson (25 gms) Al Wolden (43 gms)

2003-04 1999-03 1998-01 1990-92 1986-89 1996-99 1989-90 2009-P 2003-06 1983-86

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

TDs Responsible For 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 2007-10 2000-03 1989-92 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 6,226.........................2007-10 Derek Edholm

Career (min 20 gms)

Career 2001 2000 2004 1998 1986 1998 2002 2000 1976 1987

Game: Season: Career:

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 2010

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 15.0

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) Derek Edholm (165)


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 2010

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) Dustin Kroeplin (151/802)

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 80.2

Season 1,710 1,690 1,466 1,452 1,296 1,234 1,232 1,203 1,091 952

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) wDustin Kroeplin (200-952)

Career 2001 2000 1998 1986 1976 2004 2003 1987 1997 2009

5,766a 3,887 2,972 2,822 2,019 1,754 1,708 1,296 1,293 1,266

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) wDustin Kroeplin (351-1,754) Ray Betton (371-1,708) Ed Acosta (257-1,296) Mike Bakke (351-1,293) Alvaro Carvajal (234-1,266)

1999-03 1996-99 1986-89 1983-86 2003-06 2009-P 1989-90 1976 1988-91 2004-05

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) Tyler Olson (428-2,019) Ray Betton (371-1,708) Mike Bakke (351-1,293) wDustin Kroeplin (351-1,754) Dan Brown (347-1,249)

1999-03 1996-99 1983-86 1986-89 1989-92 2003-06 1989-90 1988-91 2009-P 91, 93-95

Eddie Acosta Chris Meyer Al Wolden John Gronski Tyler Olson wDustin Kroeplin Marty FollisQB Alvaro Carvajal Ed Acosta Scott LongeneckerQB

1999-03 1996-99 1983-86 1986-89 2003-06 2009-P 1989-92 2004-05 1976 1974-77

RUSHING ATTEMPTS Season 297 285 283 280 266 265 257 242 216 214

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)

Career 2003 1986 2000 1997 2001 1998 1976 2004 1991 1990

1,038 889 614 540 430 428 371 351 351 347

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS Season 21 18 15 15 14 13 13 13 11 10 10 10

Eddie Acosta Eddie Acosta Ed Acosta Tyler Olson Eddie Acosta Al Wolden John Gronski Chris Meyer Alvaro Carvajal John Gronski Eddie Acosta wDustin Kroeplin

Career 2001 2000 1976 2004 2003 1986 1987 1998 2005 1989 1999 2009

64 33 29 27 22 19 18 18 15 14

AVERAGE YARDS PER RUSH Season (min 100 rush) 7.25 6.48 6.43 5.97 5.58 5.53 5.31 5.28 5.16 5.10

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) wDustin Kroeplin (151-802) Alvaro Carvajal (134-708) Al Wolden (161-830) Tyler Olson (242-1,234)

Career (min 200 rush) 1987 1999 2001 2000 2004 1998 2010 2005 1985 2004

5.55 5.50 5.41 5.04 4.997 4.88 4.603 4.596 4.37 4.13

Eddie Acosta (1,038-5,766) John Gronski (540-2,972) Alvaro Carvajal (234-1,266) Ed Acosta (257-1,296) wDustin Kroeplin (351-1,754) Tyler Olson (363-1,771) Ray Betton (371-1,708) Al Wolden (614-2,822) Chris Meyer (889-3,887) wBrandon Miles (250-1,032)

1999-03 1986-89 2004-05 1976 2009-P 2003-06 1989-90 1983-86 1996-99 2007-P

Yds Name

319 281 270 252 249 242 230 221 214 209 205 203 201 201 201 201 200 200 200 199 192 191 186 184 182 179 178 177 171 169 166 165 165 164 163 162 162 160 159 157 155 154 153 151 150 150 150

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 Dustin Kroeplin 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

Yds Quarterback 140 116 107 105 101

Opponent

Date

Opponent

Date

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 Northern State 10/30/10 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

Marty Follis Neb.-Kearney 11/14/92 Derek 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

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)

Career (min 20 gms) 2001 2000 1998 1986 1976 2004 1987 2003 1997 1989

122.7 99.1 97.2 85.4 83.5 80.1 65.6 63.3 58.8 51.4

Eddie Acosta (47 gms) John Gronski (30 gms) Chris Meyer (40 gms) Ray Betton (20 gms) wDustin Kroeplin (21 gms) Tyler Olson (25 gms) Al Wolden (33 gms) Alvaro Carvajal (20 gms) Mike Bakke (22 gms) Kevin Bethay (20 gms)

1999-03 1986-89 1996-99 1989-90 2009-P 2003-06 1983-86 2003-05 1988-91 1980-81

100-YARD RUSHING GAMES Season 10 9 8 8 7 6 6 5 5 4

Eddie Acosta Eddie Acosta Al Wolden Chris Meyer Eddie Acosta Tyler Olson wDustin Kroeplin John Gronski John Gronski six times. Last: Karl Mikolon

Career 2000 2001 1986 1998 2003 2004 2009 1987 1989 2002

29 16 14 13 8 7 7 4 4 4

Eddie Acosta Chris Meyer John Gronski Al Wolden Ray Betton Tyler Olson wDustin Kroeplin Mike Bakke Karl Mikolon Alvaro Carvajal

1999-03 1996-99 1986-89 1983-86 1989-90 2004-06 2009-P 1988-91 2002 2004-05

2011

Above: Running back Tyler Olson finished his career with 2,019 rushing yards. In 2006, he became just the sixth player in BSU history 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

Season: Career:

21......................................................1999 Jay Hanson 52................................................ 1995-98 Ben McAninch

Yards From Tackles for Loss Game:

not available

Season: Career:

133....................................................1999 Jay Hanson 239.......................................... 1998-2001 Jay Hanson

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) wRob Wills (11-10/69) Zach Stafford (14-3/50) Jake Anderson (15-0/83)

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 16.0 15.5 15.0

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 2010 2006 2009

52.0 43.5 40.0 39.5 37.0 33.0 32.0 32.0 31.5 30.5

Ben McAninch (52-0/201) Wallie Kuchinski (41-5/208) Jay Hanson (40-0/239) Jake 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) Rob Wills (20-22/127)

1995-98 1998-01 1998-99 2006-09 2004-07 1997-200 2001-05 2004-07 2004-07 2006-10

YARDS FROM TACKLES FOR LOSS Season 133 106 75 75 75 71 83 69 69 64

Career

Jay Hanson Jay Hanson Ben McAninch Wallie Kuchinski Robert Molstad Robert Molstad Jake Anderson Wallie Kuchinski wRob Wills Fred Miller

1998 1999 1997 2000 2007 2006 2009 2001 2010 1995

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 8.0 7.5 7.0 7.0 7.0 7.0

BEAVER FOOTBALL

Jay Hanson (118) Mat Wellumson (na) Jake Anderson (83) Jay Hanson (87) Wallie Kuchinski 59) Bart Bodway (na) Robert Molstad (57) wRob Wills (51) Ben McAninch (50) Matt Wellumson (na) Bruce Kranig (na) Kevin Prosser (na) Robert Molstad (62)

2011

239 208 201 188 181 173 171 146 144 127

Jay Hanson Wallie Kuchinksi Ben McAninch Jake Anderson James Midboe Seth Iverson Robert Molstad Zach Stafford Eric Zajkowski Rob Wills

1998-99 1998-01 1995-98 2006-09 2001-05 2004-07 2004-07 2004-07 1995-98 2006-10

Career (yds) 1998 1986 2009 1999 2001 1986 2007 2010 1998 1985 1986 1986 2006

26.5 22.5 20.5 20.0 19.0 17.5 17.5 16.5 16.5 15.5 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) Jake Anderson (124) Rob Wills (88) 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 2006--10 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 2010

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) Cory Crosby (37-55)

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 92

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 2010

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 Rob Wills

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 2010

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 Rob Wills

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 16.0

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 8.0


Bemidji State Football QUICKLY...

RECEIVING YARDAGE

Receptions Game: Season: Career: Yards Play: Game: Season: Career:

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

Touchdowns Game: Season: Career:

4...........................11/17/1991 Chad Postal vs Southwest State 14................................... 2008. George Kadlec 26..............................2005-08 George Kadlec

18...........................11/5/2005 Anthony Schreiber vs Wayne State (Neb.) 74................................... 1977 Dave Patten 196............................2004-07 Anthony Schreiber

100-YARD GAMES

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

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) Andrew Schultz (117-1,272) Bruce Ecklund (114-1,542) Gene Fisher (108-1,360)

2004-07 1998-01 1999-02 1984-87 1974-77 2001-04 2003-04 2006-10 1980-83 1986-88

George Kadlec Adam Noble Jason Leden Ryan Welle Anthony Schreiber Chad Postal Chad Christianson Ben Woodford Michael Nordyke Andrew Schultz Brent Jeffers Jon Jones

2005-08 2001-04 1998-01 1999-02 2004-07 1990-92 2002-06 1997-00 2003-04 2006-10 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

196 168 168 143 128 123 118 117 114 108

TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS Season

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 2010

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) Andrew Schultz (29/365)

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 33.2

14 10 10 10 10 9 9 8 8 8 7

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 2009

26 25 24 24 22 16 16 15 13 13 12 12

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)

Yds Name 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

Opponent

Date

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

• running back records available beginning with 1980 seasonJ

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 Brent Jeffers

1999-02 2004-07 1990-92 1997-01 2001-04 2005-08 2003-04 1983-84

100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES Season 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3

Ryan Welle Ryan Welle Anthony Schreiber George Kadlec Brent Jeffers Gene Fisher Chad Postal Chad Postal

Career 2001 2002 2005 2008 1984 1987 1991 1992

10 8 6 6 5 5 4 3

2011

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:

INTERCEPTIONS

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 Defended Game:

not available

Season: Career:

20 (5 INT)...................... 2008 Terrell Phelps 52 (20 INT)...............1982-85 Rich Schwartz

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 2010

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) Anthony Ragsdale (2)

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 0.33

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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

QUICKLY... Punt Return Yards

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

Play: Game: Season: Career:

1981, 83-85 1995-97 1999-2003 2000-04 1975-78 2006-09 1994-97 1972-73 1983-86 2002-04

Game: Season: Career:

INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDAGE Season 133 126 121 109 106 101 99 93 93 92

Punt Return Touchdowns

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)

2004 1972 1996 1985 1984 2002 2008 1983 2003 1982

209 178 173 166 162 151 149 145 130 123

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 2 2 2 1

1985 2003 2006 2010 2010

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

Season

Joe Olsen Jason Leden Anthony Schreiber Blue Olson Vince Varpness Jason Leden Ryan Welle Karl Mikolon Anthony Schreiber

Season

A.J. Ritacco Jason Leden Jason Leden Lee Patten Mike Mielke Lee Patten Jonathan Hawks Bruce Rambo Michael Nordyke Bruce Rambo James Weston

1,047 882 558 402 313 250 192 190 185 184

1981, 83-86 2000-03 2005-07 2004-07 2009-P

1986 2000 1998 1972 1987 1971 2006 1978 2004 1976 1984

Jason Leden A.J. Ritacco Anthony Schreiber Andrew Schultz Michael Nordyke Jim Swanson James Weston Anthony Acosta Karl Mikolon Mike Skinner

1998-2001 1983-86 2004-07 2006-10 2003-04 1972-73 1984 2002-03 2002 1988-91

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

3 3 2 1 1 1 1

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 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

2011

1991 1995 1998 1999 1999 2000 2006 2007

Career 3 1 1 1 1 1

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

Kickoff Return Touchdowns Game:

1......................... many times

Season: 1......................... many times Career:

3............................1998-2001 Jason Leden

ANNUAL PASS DEFENSE LEADERS (since 1976)

Career

1985 2001 2007 1994 1998 2000 2001 2002 2006

KICKOFF RETURN YARDAGE 710 674 662 606 559 539 508 473 455 444 444

Matt Wellumson Adam Coughlin Matt Heber Jeremiah Johnson 25 times. Last: wBuckley Wright

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

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

Career

Matt Wellumson Adam Coughlin Matt Heber 26 times. Last: wCory Crosby wBuckley Wright

86.........................10/22/1955 Don Campbell vs Mankato State 154...........................9/8/2001 Jason Leden at St. Thomas 380................................. 1985 A.J. Ritacco 1,047.....................1998-2001 Jason Leden

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 2010

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 Charles Hrdlicka

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 6


Bemidji State Football QUICKLY... 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:

QUICKLY...

POINTS SCORED

Punt Attempts

51.3......................10/22/2007 Paul Potemra at Minnesota, Crookston 41.8................................ 1977 Rick Van Roekel 38.6...........................2007-08 Paul Potemra

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)

2001 2000 1976 2004 1986 1998 2003 2004 2008 1987 1999

POINTS SCORED - KICKING Season 71 68 54 52 52 51 51 48 48 46 43 41

Paul Potemra (41 PAT, 10FG) Michael McDonald (53 PAT, 5 FG) Mike Guzzo (27 PAT, 9 FG) Charlie Warring (19 PAT, 11 FG) Jesse Sundby (40 PAT, 4 FG) Michael McDonald (39 PAT, 4 FG) Michael McDonald (36 PAT, 5 FG) Charlie Warring (30 PAT, 6 FG) wJesse Sundby (30 PAT, 6 FG) Brian Heredos (22 PAT, 8 FG) Neil Collier (40 PAT, 1 FG) Neil Collier (29 PAT, 4 FG)

2007 2005 1977 1983 2009 2006 2005 1984 2010 1985 2001 2002

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)

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 2010

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) Jesse Sundby (53/1,869)

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 35.3

Season (made-att) 53 41 40 40 39 36 31 30 30 29 27

Michael McDonald (53-55) Paul Potemra (41-41) Neil Collier (40-55) Jesse Sundby (40-50) Michael McDonald (39-42) Michael McDonald (36-44) David Hagen (31-40) Charlie Warring (30-34) wJesse Sundby (30-32) Neil Collier (29-32) Mike Guzzo (27-na)

2004 2007 2001 2009 2006 2005 2003 1984 2010 2002 1977

Season (made-att)

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) wJesse Sundby (6-7) six times. Last: Michael McDonald (5-7)

2005

Season (no.-yards) 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)

1999-2003 1996-99 1983-86 2004-07 1998-2001 1999-2002 2004-06 1986-89 2005-08 1999-2002 2001-04

Michael McDonald (128PAT, 14 FG) Neil Collier (110 PAT, 15 FG) Charlie Warring (61 PAT, 25 FG) Mike Guzzo (55 PAT, 26 FG) wJesse Sundby (76 PAT, 10 FG) Paul Potemra (61 PAT, 14FG) 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-P 2007-2008 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 170 155 136 133 106 103 55 46 40 37 36 31

74 41 37 32 30 28 28 26 26 25

128 110 76 61 61 55 31 30 25 22 22

Michael McDonald (128-141) Neil Collier (110-136) wJesse Sundby (76-88) Charlie Warring (61-66) Paul Potemra (61-64) Mike Guzzo (55-57) David Hagen (31-40) Cullen Garrity (30-37) Pete Theriault (25-27) Brian Heredos (22-24) Matt Wallace (22-na)

2004-06 1999-2002 2007-P 1981-84 2007-08 1976-79 2003 1995-97 1983, 85-86 1985 1992-93

Career (made-att) 1983 2007 1977 1979 1985 1993 1984 2000 2010

PUNTS 84 78 72 71 69 67 66 64 62 60

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 (made-att)

FIELD GOALS MADE 11 10 9 8 8 7 6 6 6 5

450 246 224 194 182 172 170 168 160 155 150

Career 2001 2000 1976 1986 2004 1998 2003 2008 2004 1987

PAT KICKS MADE

(since 1971)

Points Scored

Career

26 25 15 14 14 11 10 8 5 5 5 5

Mike Guzzo (26-48) Charlie Warring (25-42) Neil Collier (15-23) Michael McDonald (14-22) Paul Potemra (14-20) Matt Wallace (11-11) wJesse Sundby (10-14) Brian Heredos (8-11) Pete Theriault (5-10) Matt Leonartowicz (5-8) Brad Boser Cullen Garrity (5-12)

1976-79 1981-84 1999-02 2004-06 2007-08 1992-93 2007-P 1985 1983, 85-86 1988 1990-91 1995-97

Career (no.-yards) 1979 1996 1976 1983 1981 1993 1985 1978 1975 1985

251 194 187 154 148 145 139 120 116 114

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) wJesse Sundby (116-4,156) Geoff Martinson (114-3,876)

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1982-85 1990-93 1975-77 1995-97 1976-79 1971-73 1999-2002 2004-06 2007-P 1998-2001

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............................four times Last: 10/23/2010 Jesse Sundby vs U-Mary 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 2010

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) Dustin Kroeplin (10)

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ppg 4.9 2.0 4.0 3.3 4.7 9.8 5.4 2.1 3.5 1.8 3.2 3.2 4.7 5.5 6.2 8.7 7.1 3.1 6.7 4.9 7.3 5.8 2.8 5.6 5.0 3.0 4.8 9.0 7.8 12.2 14.0 6.7 8.2 9.8 7.4 4.5 7.1 7.6 6.7 6.2

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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 2,083 511-2,083

Rushing attempts 533 533-1,858 517 517-2275 512 512-1785 511 511-2,083 508 508-2519 Rushing TDs 33 30 28 24 24

2004 2001 1976 2000 2009

2006 1976 1986 2009 2004 2004 2001 1999 1976 2009

Team Single-Season Passing TDs 27 27 26 26 25

Pass completion pct 62.5 255-360-8 62.3 188-302-10 60.1 146-243-6 58.8 173-294-10 57.9 187-323-13 Pass efficiency 164.8 188-302-10 154.6 146-243-6 147.1 187-323-13 144.4 173-294-10 141.7 169-301-12

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 368 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 52 24/26/2 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 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

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 (74 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............................................................... 737 Total Overall Record........................ 315-398-24 (737 gms, .444) 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......... 243 (11/7/1987 - pres.)

Scoring All-time Points Scored by BSU......................12,986 (17.62 ppg) All-time Points Allowed..................................14,734 (19.99 ppg) Consecutive Games Scoring........ 133 (11/16/1997 - 8/26/2010) Number of Times Shut Out.................................................... 101 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. (W, 65-63; 10/7/00) Points Allowed in Win.................. 63 vs Southwest St. (10/7/00)


Bemidji State Football Rushing Year G 1st Dn Att Yds 9 107 476 1,192 1970 9 127 386 1,256 1971 9 123 386 1,328 1972 9 129 471 1,874 1973 9 134 443 2,061 1974 9 142 371 944 1975 10 169 517 2,275 1976 10 172 522 1,482 1977 9 86 327 644 1978 10 85 379 700 1979 10 107 403 753 1980 10 118 428 932 1981 10 137 451 986 1982 11 152 462 1,037 1983 11 137 387 910 1984 10 148 346 1,229 1985 11 153 512 1,785 1986 10 136 382 1,689 1987 10 127 371 986 1988 9 142 464 1,937 1989 11 165 501 1,917 1990 9 n/a 467 1,649 1991 10 164 471 1,581 1992 10 130 440 1,178 1993 9 138 410 1,346 1994 10 120 485 1,384 1995 10 123 359 940 1996 10 144 445 1,521 1997 10 200 427 1,788 1998 11 224 460 1,885 1999 11 226 439 2,213 2000 11 247 456 2,317 2001 11 211 446 1,860 2002 11 228 470 1,621 2003 11 270 508 2,519 2004 10 205 398 1,700 2005 2006 12 220 533 1,858 11 207 505 1,851 2007 2008 11 187 382 1,087 2009 11 229 511 2,083 2010 11 210 460 2,058 Total 416 6,461 18,057 62,356 *Records available since 1970

TD Att n/a 190 n/a 173 n/a 203 n/a 118 n/a 180 11 301 24 235 18 313 1 173 5 220 5 207 7 210 11 229 8 293 16 294 10 304 18 228 19 287 10 266 20 166 14 235 8 167 15 242 6 190 11 187 13 155 9 265 14 257 19 284 28 317 23 301 30 302 18 298 19 322 33 294 19 323 23 298 17 257 12 360 24 243 16 274 554 10,050

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 95 103 158 174 169 188 157 176 173 187 170 146 225 146 141 5,032

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 9 1617 564 62,923

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 17 500

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 0.515 3,675 0.501 125,434

2011

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 55 2,409

Points 113 161 84 163 160 118 219 248 49 103 65 69 150 198 278 248 251 207 151 164 150 152 179 90 147 147 145 144 272 362 367 415 310 342 422 353 349 337 228 368 277 8,767

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 88 161 380 292 424 281 265 277 324 226 317 150 143 301 7,046

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 1,043 29,332

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NFL Draft Selections 1946 T Dean Widseth Chicago Bears 1970 TE John Redebaugh Cleveland Browns

21st rd/194th ... 16th rd/411th

All-America Selections (1976-1999) First Team 1976 RB Ed Acosta (NAIA) Second Team 1986 RB Al Wolden (NAIA) 1965 David Odegaard (NAIA) 1977 DE Dave Patten (NAIA) 1985 DB Rich Schwartz (NAIA) Third Team 1959 RB Dennis Price (NAIA)

Daktronics, Inc. All-America 2009 LB Jake Anderson

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)

d2football.com All-Region 2002 WR Ryan Welle 2003 OL Bryan Stoffel 2003 S Marty Humeniuk 2004 OT Blaine Thomas 2004 CB Torry Joubert 2004 WR/KR Michael Nordyke 2005 DE James Midboe 2005 QB Nathan Sannes 2006 OT Juston Guy

2nd Team

Daktronics, Inc. All-Region/Super Region 3 2000 RB Eddie Acosta 2nd Team 2001 RB Eddie Acosta 1st Team 2002 LB Jon Aamot 2nd Team 2006 OL Justin Guy 2nd Team 2006 OL John Keaveney 2nd Team 2007 WR/PR Anthony Schreiber 2nd Team 2007 K/P Paul Potemra 2nd Team 2008 Terrell Phelps 1st Team 2009 Jake Anderson 1st Team 2010 DB Brody Scheff 2nd Team 2010 DE Rob Wills 2nd Team

NAIA All-District 1964 HB Don Thompson 1970 OL Dave Rose d2football.com All-America 2001 RB Eddie Acosta

Football Gazette All-Midwest/Super Region 3 2002 LB Jon Aamot 3rd Team 2006 LB Zach Christ 3rd Team 2006 OL Justin Guy 3rd Team 2006 OL John Keaveney 1st Team 2006 DT Zach Stafford 2nd Team 2006 WR Anthony Schreiber 2nd Team 2007 DT Zach Stafford 3rd Team 2007 OL John Keaveney 2nd Team 2007 OL Justin Guy 3rd Team 2007 P/K Paul Potemra 2nd Team 2008 CB Terrell Phelps 2nd Team 2009 LB Jake Anderson 1st Team 2009 CB Tiger Ellison 3rd Team 2010 DE Rob Wills 3rd Team 2010 WR Andrew Schultz 3rd Team

hon. mention Hon. Mention 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team Hon. Mention Hon. Mention Hon. Mention Hon. Mention 2nd Team

Don Hansen’s Football Gazette All-America 2000 RB Eddie Acosta 2nd Team 2001 RB Eddie Acosta 3rd Team 2003 OL Bryan Stoffel 3rd Team 2008 CB Terell Phelps Hon. Mention 2009 LB Jake Anderson 3rd Team

CoSIDA Academic All-District V 2002 DE Mike Thomas 2003 OL Blaine Thomas 2004 OT Blaine Thomas 2004 LB Mitch Feierabend 2007 LB Zach Christ

2nd Team 3rd Team 2nd Team 3rd Team 1st Team

CoSIDA Academic All-America 1998 Ben McAninch

2nd Team

All-Northern Intercollegiate Conference First Team 1934 FB Walter Krueger 1935 Norman Nelson 1936 Norman Nelson 1937 Norman Nelson 1938 Leroy Maas 1941 Dick Otterstad 1942 Dick Otterstad

Linebacker Jake Anderson (2005-09) was named to Don Hansen’s Football Gazette All-America Third Team and Daktronics Inc., All-America Second Team in 2009.

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Dick Otterstad was a four-time First-Team All-Northern Intercollegiate Conference selection from 194146.

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


Bemidji State Football 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 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 2010 TE Brian Leonhardt; WR Andrew Schultz; DE Rob Wills Second Team 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 2010 C Cory Immerman; RB Dustin Kroeplin; LB Andrew Eagan; LB Cory Crosby; DT Jordan Lardinois; DB Brody Scheff; P/K Jesse Sundby All-Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Honorable Mention 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 2010 QB Derek Edholm, OL Davis Mickelson, FB Nate Solors, OL Brett DeLange, DL

Jake Zimmerman, LB Buckley Wright NSIC Player of the Year 2001 RB Eddie Acosta - offense 2007 DT Zach Stafford - defense NSIC Coach of the Year 1989 Kris Diaz 1995 Kris Diaz 1998 Jeff Tesch 2006 Jeff Tesch NSIC Glen Galligan Award 1949 RB Jim Richmire (co) 1951 RB Jack Buckley 1956 T Harold Drescher 1964 HB Don Thompson 1986 DT Matt Wellumson (co) 1992 QB Marty Follis 1993 LB Matt Juhl (co) 2004 OT Blaine Thomas 2005 QB Nathan Sannes NFF Hampshire Honor Society Members 2007 Zach Christ 2008 Jeremy Gettel; Josh Karch; Jason Kunz 2009 Kyle McMartin; Bryan Wick

Running back Eddie Acosta (1999-03) was Don Hansenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Football Gazette All-America Second Team in 2000 and Third Team in 2001. He was a d2football.com All-America selection and was named NSIC Player of the Year in 2001.

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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.

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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

L 0 L 6 L 0 W 6 W 7 L 0 W 25

33 26 31 0 6 18 0

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

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

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

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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 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

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) 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

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 S27 - - Concordia College h O4 - - ^ Winona St. T.C. a O12 - - ^ St.Cloud St. T.C. a O18 - - ^ Moorhead St. T.C. +h O25 - - ^ Duluth St. T.C. h N1 - - ^ Mankato St. T.C. h N8 - - Wahpeton Science a ^ NIC contest + homecoming a- snow storm

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

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) W T L L W W W

20 6 19 19 7 14 0 6 21 12 10 0 13 7 ccd-a

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

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

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)

1930 (3-4) Head S27 O4 O11 O25 O30 N8 N14

a h a +h h h a

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

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

41 0 6 6 7 20 12 13 27 7 26 0 0 6 13 6


Bemidji State Football 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

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

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: 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

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

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

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

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)

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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

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 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

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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

70

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

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

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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

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.

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


Bemidji State Football 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

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 16th year / 98-64 (.605) NSIC: 74-47 (.612)

1996 (2-8 / 1-5 NSIC / 6th

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

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

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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

2010 (7-4 / 6-4 NSIC / 5th / 3rd North) Head Coach: Jeff Tesch Captains: Derek Edholm, Andrew Schultz, Andrew Eagan amd George Percak-Dennett A26 - - Minot State a W 24 7 S11 - - ^Augustana h L 0 10 S18 - - ^SW Minnesota St. a W 30 14 S25 - 2 ^Minnesota Duluth* a L 21 44 O2 - - ^Upper Iowa+ h W 51 12 O9 - - ^Concordia-St. Paul a L 14 20 O16 - - ^MSU-Moorhead* a W 14 6 O23 - - ^University of Mary* h W 23 22 O30 - - ^Northern State* h W 41 13 N6 - 25 ^St. Cloud State* a L 14 35 N13 - - ^Minn., Crookston* h W 45 3 + homecoming ^ NSIC contest * NSIC North Divisional contest

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Bemidji State Football

• Named a top-tier Midwest university for 2009, 2010 and 2011 academic years by U.S. News and World Report. • A wooded, lakeside campus offering arts, sciences, and select professional programs in a personal learning atmosphere focused on the environment, civic engagement, and the global family. • Location: In the heart of northern Minnesota’s lakes and forest region. Four hours northwest of St. Paul-Minneapolis; two hours northeast of Fargo, ND. • Approximately 5,000 undergraduate and about over 300 graduate students. • Faculty research and expertise include: bioremediation, child development, women in the workplace, emergency responders and stress, poetry and creative writing, e-learning, digital literacy and computer-mediated communication, business in the Middle East, the internet in business, the therapy of sex offenders and sexual abuse within families, women and the criminal justice system, Minnesota environmental and economics issues, the Ojibwe language, and Native American culture. • 89-acre campus and 240-acre private forest. • The nationally-recognized Outdoor Program Center has a lakeside facility for offering educational programs and renting kayaks, canoes, pontoons, sailboats, mountain bikes, and camping equipment. Weekend trips and semester break trips are available at student-discounted prices. The center also rents winter recreational equipment at the University’s recreational center. • BSU recreation center offers 6 basketball courts, 8 outdoor tennis courts, 4 indoor tennis courts, 5 racquetball courts, 200-meter indoor track, 8-lane outside track, 6-lane 25-yard pool, 3 baseball and softball fields, 4 indoor volleyball courts, 2 sand volleyball courts, free and fixed weights, 13 cardio machines, and a state-of-the-art rock climbing wall; the center is located near the residence halls. • Men’s hockey: winner of 13 national championships, 22 conference championships and, with an all-time winning percentage of .664, has the highest winning percentage of any NCAA Division I team. • A total of 95 BSU athletes earned academic achievement recognition in 20092010.

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Paul Bunyan and his Blue Ox Babe stand along the shore of Lake Bemidji near the Tourist Information Center. Built in 1937 for the Winter Water Carnival, the Eastman Kodak company recognized Paul & Babe as the second most photographed icon in the nation.

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Bemidji State Football 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 listed 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 eight-block 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.

The ninth hole at the Bemidji Town and Country Club offers a breath-taking view of Lake Bemidji and the surrounding area.

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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-Play electronic LED scoreboard in 2007.

Chet Anderson Stadium is home to BSU’s football program. It is one of just three collegiate football stadiums in the nation with a lakeside setting.

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 to the facility.

The Bemidji Regional Event Center is a state-of-the-art multi-million dollar facility that opened in Oct. of 2010, becoming the new home of men’s and women’s hockey at BSU.

Built in 1996, the BSU Soccer Complex is the home to the BSU women’s soccer team. In 2006 a state of the art irrigation system was put in place, allowing the field to remain green throughout the year.

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?

Bemidji State provides extensive Internet information resources for those covering BSU football and its other athletics programs.

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? The following are activities that BSU boosters can participate in:

• 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.

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.

Sarah Levesque Compliance Coordinator

David Lindell Compliance G.A.

BSU’s weekly game-notes package is completed and made available online during the season. 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.

BSU Athletics Compliance Office 1500 Birchmont Drive NE, # 29 Bemidji, MN 56601

Official BSU athletics web site: • www.BSUBeavers.com

Compliance Coordinator Sarah Levesque phone: (218) 755-2142 fax: (218) 755-3898 e-mail: slevesque@bemidjistate.edu

Game-Day Services

Compliance Graduate Assistant David Lindell phone: (218) 755-2771 e-mail: dlindell@bemidjistate.edu

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, team statistics and a shot chart. 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, firstserved basis.

Credentials / Pass List

• Boosters CAN inform BSU coaches of prospects in their area by contacting the BSU staff and/or sending newspaper clippings about the prospect. • 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. • 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.

www.BSUBeavers.com

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. 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 men’s basketball 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 Assistant Director of Athletic Media Relations Dax Larson.

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

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 men’s basketball or any of the other 15 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 men’s basketball program. Complete season stats are available beginning with the 200001 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.

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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) 755-4603. 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

Regional Print

State-Wide Outlets

• The Northern Student..............(218) 755-2987 Phone/Fax ................. (218) 755-3757 or 2913 Bemidji State University Bemidji, MN 56601

• 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)

• 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

• Bemidji Pioneer........................(218) 751-3740 Fax ..........................................(218) 751-6914 1320 Washington Ave, SE Bemidji, MN 56601 http://www.bemidjipioneer.com Eric Stromgren.... sports@bemidjipioneer.com

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 Josh Christiansen....... sports@lakelandptv.org • KBSU TV-17..............................(218) 755-2402 Bemidji State University Bemidji, MN 56601 Scott Williams................ scottw1000@charter.net

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 Moose Richards....................... sports director e-mail..................... moosenb@paulbunyan.net Scott Williams................ scottw1000@charter.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

• 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

• 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

• Minn. Associated Press .........(612) 332-2727 Toll-free . ..................................(800) 552-7250 Fax ..........................................(612) 342-5299 511 11th Avenue S. (404) Minneapolis, MN 55415

• 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

Broadcast Outlets Radio: Beaver Radio Network

Voice of the Beavers Brian Schultz returns for this seventh 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 600foot 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 Charter Communications to provide live coverage for up to 50 BSU sporting events each year exclusively to Bemidji-area customers. Now aired on Paul Bunyan Communications, KBSU, Bemidji State’s campus television station, will continue its long-standing tradition of producing BSU athletics events. In addition to the full home schedule of football games, the student-run production airs the majority of men’s and women’s basketball games giving BSU unparalleled media coverage for its intercollegiate programs. All the broadcasts are also streamed live on the Internet on New Media TV’s website (http://pennatlantic.com). Local radio personality Scott Williams, recognized as one of the region’s pre-eminant on-air talents, handles play-by-play duties for all KBSUproduced television broadcasts, getting color commentary from local business man Brett Leach and BSU students interested in pursuing degrees in the broadcasting field.


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. Hanson, 61, 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.

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 full-time director of intercollegiate athletics. Goeb directs a 15-sport varsity athletics program at BSU with NCAA Division I men’s and women’s ice hockey and 13 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 fulltime athletics fundraiser. In Goeb’s 10 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 appearances 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 Student-Athlete of the Year; women’s ice hockey posted three consecutive WCHA Student-Athletes 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 199093 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.

Brad Folkestad

BSU Athletic Media Relations staff

Director of Athletic Media Relations Bemidji State University (2001)

Brad Folkestad is in his ninth year in the Office of Athletic Media Relations at Bemidji State. As Director, he oversees all publicity and media relations operations for BSU’s 15-sport athletics department, and directly handles communications for the university’s cross country, men’s hockey, golf and track and field programs. Entering his 11th 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 two-year 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, 33, 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.

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Director Brad Folkestad (Bemidji State, 2001) men’s hockey (218) 755-4603 bfolkestad@bemidjistate.edu

Assistant Director Dax Larson (Minnesota State, 2007) football, basketball, baseball (218) 755-2763 dlarson@bemidjistate.edu

Graduate Assistant Shawn Smith (Iowa State, 2008) volleyball, women’s hockey, softball (218) 755-4603 ssmith@bemidjistate.edu Student Interns Eric Story (5th year), Courtney Anderson (3rd year), Tyler Christensen (3rd year), Nick Filipovic (2nd year) and Nick Ross (2nd year), Laura Lee (2nd year), Zach Thode (1st year) and Aaron Young (1st year).

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Dr. Rick Goeb Director of Athletics

Sarah Levesque Associate Athletic Dir. Compliance/SWA

Bill Holohan Assistant Director of Promotions and Sales

Bill Crews Head Athletic Trainer

Brad Folkestad Director of Athletic Media Relations

Dax Larson Assistant Director of Athletic Media Relations

Deb Slough Office Manager

Wayne Chadwick Head Volleyball Coach

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

Mark Bagaason Head Coach Women’s Golf

Beth Campus Head Coach Tennis

Tim Bellew Head Coach Baseball

TBA 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 Bill Holohan, Asst. Dir. of Promotions and Sales 755-2727 Debbie Slough, Athletics Administrative Assistant 755-2941 Brad Folkestad, Director Athletic Media Relations 755-4603 Dax Larson, Assistant Director 755-2763 Shawn Smith, Graduate Assistant 755-4619 Bill Crews, Head Athletic Trainer 755-2769 Corinne Dauksavage, Ass’t Trainer 755-2769 Travis Shock, Ass’t Trainer 755-2769 Bekah Hessinger, Ass’t Trainer 755-2769 Mel Nygaard, Equip. Manager 755-3292

Coaching Staff

Jeff Tesch; HC, Football Rich Jahner, Assoc. HC, Football Brent Bolte, Ass’t Football Coach Eric Medberry, Ass’t Football Coach Gordy Haug, Ass’t Football Coach Neil Linhart, Ass’t Football Coach

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755-2772 755-3785 755-2768 755-3770 755-4620 755-4101

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rgoeb slevesque wholohan dslough bfolkestad dlarson ssmith wcrews cdauksavage tshock bhessinger mnygaard

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jtesch rjahner bbolte emedberry ghaug nlinhart

Coaching Staff

Matt Bowen; HC, Men’s Basketball Ryan Montgomery, Ass’t MBB Coach Wayne Chadwick; HC, Volleyball Tim Bellew; HC, Baseball Steve Sertich; HC, Women’s Hockey TBA, 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 Mark Bagaason, Ass’t WBB/HC, WGolf Craig Hougen; HC, Track & Field Jim Stone; HC, Soccer Beth Campus; HC, Tennis Ekren Miller; HC, Men’s Golf TBA; HC Softball

phone

755-2774 755-2323 755-3785 755-4108 755-2958 755-4251 755-4251 755-2879 755-2765 755-2765 755-2783 755-2206 755-2883 755-3784 755-2325 755-4641 755-4619

All numbers area code (218); e-mail suffix @bemidjistate.edu

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sveenker tserratore bgilling ebelisle mcurfman mbagaason chougen jstone bcampus emiller


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MEDIA GUIDE 11 Cameron Abram WR s 5-9 s 200

73 Jordan Anderson OL s 6-2 s 319

96 Josh Beste DL s 6-1 s 256

10 Jody Henningson WR s 5-11 s 199

65 Cory Immerman OL s 6-0 s 278

15 Luke Knutson OLB s 6-0 s 224

68 Davis Mickelson OL s 6-5 s 303

3 Brandon Miles RB s 5-10 s 192

35 Alex Mock LB s 5-10 s 222

66 Steve Pappas OL s 6-3 s 300

32 Brody Scheff S s 6-0 s 206

17 Jake Schmidt S s 6-0 s 190

20 Blake Sczepanski LB s 6-0 s 231

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5 Dusty Sluzewicz S s 5-10 s 210

39 Jesse Sundby K/P s 5-8 s 216

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25 Minot State Bemidji, Minn. 7:00 p.m. Community Appreciation / 13th Annual Beaver Bash

SEPTEMBER

10 at Augustana * 17 SW Minnesota State* Shrine Game 24 Minnesota Duluth *^

Sioux Falls, S.D. 1:00 p.m. Bemidji, Minn. 6:00 p.m. Bemidji, Minn.

OCTOBER

6:00 p.m.

1 at Upper Iowa * Fayette, Iowa 1:00 p.m. Bemidji, Minn. 1:00 p.m. 8 Concordia-St. Paul * Homecoming Bemidji, Minn. 1:00 p.m. 15 MSU Moorhead *^ Lionsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Vision Awareness Game / Battle for the Axe Bismarck, N.D. 2:30 p.m. 22 at U-Mary *^ Aberdeen, S.D. 2:30 p.m. 29 at Northern State *^

NOVEMBER

5 St. Cloud State *^ Bemidji, Minn. 1:00 p.m. Senior Day 12 at Minnesota, Crookston *^ Crookston, Minn. 1:00 p.m. * NSIC GAME ^ NSIC DIVISIONAL GAME

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