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2010 Butler Football Contents All-Americans, Butler ...................................... 28 Butler Bowl ....................................................... 6 Butler University ............................................. 40 Coaching Records, Butler............................... 32 Coaching Staff ............................................... 4-6 Head Coach Jeff Voris ................................. 4 Joe Cheshire ................................................ 5 Tim Cooper .................................................. 5 Neil Tabacca................................................. 5 Lettermen, Butler All-Time..................... 36-39 Opponents ................................................. 24-26 Pioneer Football League ................................ 27 Player Profiles ............................................. 7-18 Records, Annual Team Won-Lost ................... 32 Records, Butler Individual.......................... 28-31 Records, Butler Team ..................................... 29 Results, 2009 Game-by-Game ....................... 23 Results, All-Time........................................ 33-35 Roster, 2010 .............................................. 20-21 Schedule, 2010................................................. 1 Statistics, 2009 ............................................... 22

Butler Quick Facts Location: Indianapolis, Ind. 46208 Founded: 1855 Enrollment: 4,200 Nickname: Bulldogs Colors: Blue and White Conference: Pioneer Football League National Affiliation: NCAA Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) President: Dr. Bobby Fong Athletic Director: Barry Collier Athletic Phone: (317) 940-9375 SID: Jim McGrath Office: (317) 940-9414 Home: (317) 842-5940 Fax: (317) 940-9808 Head Coach: Jeff Voris Alma Mater: DePauw ‘89 Butler Record: 24-21 (4 yrs.) Career Record: 39-55 (9 yrs.) Office Phone: (317) 940-6803 Best Time to Call: 9 a.m.-12 noon Assistant Coaches: Joe Cheshire (DePauw ‘99) Tim Cooper (DePauw ‘97) Nick Tabacca (Ball State ‘04) Athletic Trainer: Chris Tinkey Stadium: Butler Bowl Capacity: 5,647 Surface: Pro Grass (Field Turf) Press Box Phone: (317) 940-9817 2009 Record: 11-1-0 2009 League Record: 7-1 (1st-tie) Lettermen Returning: 40 (20 Off., 18 Def., 2 Spec.) Lettermen Lost: 13 Starters Returning: 17 (9 Off., 8 Def.) All-Time Football Record: 539-417-35/120 years

Safety Mark Giacomantonio celebrated Butler’s come-from-behind Homecoming victory over San Diego. The dramatic win helped the Bulldogs compile a per perfect 7-0 record in the Butler Bowl in 2009.

2010 BUTLER FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Game Time at Site

Date

Opponent

Game Site

City

Sept. 4

At Albion

Sprankle-Sprandel Stadium

Albion, Mich.

1 p.m.

Sept. 11

At Youngstown State

Stambaugh Stadium

Youngstown, Ohio

6 p.m.

Sept. 18

TAYLOR

Butler Bowl

Indianapolis, Ind.

1 p.m.

Sept. 25

At San Diego*

Torero Stadium

San Diego, Calif.

6 p.m.

Oct. 2

CAMPBELL*

Butler Bowl

Indianapolis, Ind.

noon

Oct. 9

At Davidson*

Richardson Stadium

Davidson, N.C.

noon

Oct. 16

DAYTON*

Butler Bowl

Indianapolis, Ind.

1 p.m.

Oct. 23

MOREHEAD STATE*(HC)

Butler Bowl

Indianapolis, Ind.

1 p.m.

Oct. 30

At Valparaiso*

Brown Field

Valparaiso, Ind.

1 p.m.

Nov. 6

JACKSONVILLE*

Butler Bowl

Indianapolis, Ind.

noon

Nov. 13

At Drake*

Drake Stadium

Des Moines, Iowa

1 p.m.

*--Pioneer Football League game. (HC)--Homecoming.

CREDITS: Butler’s 2010 Football Guide was designed and edited by Jim McGrath, Butler sports information director. Photography by Butler photographer Brent Smith. Cover design by the Butler Publications Office.

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Wide receiver Zach Watkins led the Pioneer Football League and set a Butler record with 78 receptions in 2009.

Bulldogs Seek Repeat Performance The first sign that 2009 might be something special for Butler’s football program came in the fourth week of the season at Morehead State. Trailing 21-0 in that game, the Bulldogs rallied for a 28-21 victory in overtime in a stadium where they were previously 0-6. A week later, Butler defeated Pioneer Football League preseason favorite San Diego with a field goal on the final play of the game! The Bulldogs, who were picked fifth in the league preseason poll, went on to capture a PFL co-championship and advance to the Gridiron Classic, where they defeated Central Connecticut State for their first postseason victory. Butler’s final 11-1 record was the best in school history! This season, fueled by last year’s success, 17 returning starters and a brand new 5,647-seat stadium, the Bulldogs are eager to make a repeat run. But head coach Jeff Voris, entering his fifth season with the Bulldogs, is cautious in his assessment. “Our guys understand that if the ball bounces a different way on three or four plays, we’re in the middle of the pack. It’s that fragile in our league from top to bottom,” said Voris. “We know how strong the competition is that we’re up against, and we realize that to reach the level we did last year, we’re going to have to work even harder and be even better. I think our guys understand the importance of a good foundation.” Voris can call on nine returning starters on offense and eight on defense, plus his 2

top punter and placekicker. Included among the returning regulars are All-PFL performers Donnie Gilmore (OL), Scott Gray (RB), Zach Watkins (WR), Mike Staniewicz (OL), Nick Caldicott (LB), Grant Hunter (DL), Andrew Huck (QB), Mark Giacomantonio (DB), Michael Wilson (P) and Jordan Koopman (RS). Gilmore, Gray and Watkins were first team picks. “We feel good about the players we have returning and our overall experience and depth,” noted Voris. “But it’s still going to come down to how we prepare for games and how we do things. Offense The Bulldogs led the PFL in total offense and finished second in the league in scoring offense in 2009. And most of the players who helped Butler compile that lofty standing are back this season. The most interesting competition could be at quarterback, where Voris has two of the top three single season passers in Butler history! Huck, who threw for 2,454 yards and 21 touchdowns last season, is joined by senior Matt Kobli, who passed for 2,518 yards and 23 touchdowns in 2008. Kobli sat out a university-imposed suspension last season, before returning this year. Huck ranked second in the PFL in total offense (243.4) last season; Kobli led the league in total offense (273.7) the previous year. “Andrew is the starter,” said Voris of his junior signal caller. “Matt is unique in that he’s a really, really good quarterback, but

because of his size and athletic ability, he can help us in a lot of different areas. Our focus has been on how we can get him on the field at different times and at different spots, while still training him as a quarterback.” “We definitely feel really good about our quarterback position,” added the Butler coach. Both quarterbacks will be throwing to a record-setting wide receiver. Watkins led the PFL with a Butler record 78 catches last season, including 10 touchdown receptions. He also had the fourth-highest single season total for receiving yards (918) in Butler history. Also back are veteran receivers Eddie McHale, Jordan Koopman and Jeff Larsen, plus tight ends Carter Walley, Ryan Webb and Bill Bork. McHale was the team’s thirdleading receiver last year with 38 catches for 493 yards, while Koopman had 24 receptions for 258 yards. The backfield is well-stocked with Gray, who finished third in the PFL in rushing (72.3) in 2009, and junior Ryan Hitchcock both returning. The two combined for more than 1,200 yards last year, while helping Butler rank second in the league in rushing offense. Sophomore Steven Depositar, Butler’s fourth-leading rusher last year, also returns, while several newcomers could break into the rotation. “This is the best depth we’ve had in the backfield since I’ve been here,” said Voris. “Again, we have to find ways to get them all on the field.”

Defensive end Grant Hunter finished 11th in the NCAA Division I FCS in quarterback sacks, despite missing three games with injury.

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Quarterback Andrew Huck compiled the third-highest passing total in Butler history last seasaon.

There’s also depth in the offensive line, which features returning starters Gilmore, Staniewicz, Rob Hobson and Pete Mattingly. Gilmore has started 34 consecutive games, while Staniewicz has started 33 of the last 34. Senior Ryan Secrist, who was a starter two years ago before missing last season with injury, is back as are most of last season’s top reserves. Defense Butler’s opportunistic defense led the PFL in turnover margin (+7/0.58) last season, and the Bulldogs were the fourth-toughest team in the league to score against (19.1). Voris does have to replace two of his top four tacklers, but the bulk of the defensive unit returns. The Bulldogs’ defensive strength starts up front with a veteran defensive line led by Hunter. A second team Academic AllAmerican, Hunter finished second in the PFL and 11th in the NCAA Division I FCS in quarterback sacks, despite missing three games will illness, and he led the team in tackles for loss for the second straight year. The junior end will be joined by seven defensive linemen who each saw action in at least 10 games last season. Senior Rob Cosler, junior Jeff Poss and sophomore Jace Tennant each played in all 12 games last season at defensive end, while junior Ross Teare saw action at defensive tackle in all 12 contests. Senior Tyler Skaggs started seven of 10 games at defensive tackle, while junior Larry Thomas and sophomore Taylor

Clarkson each played in 11 games. Poss finished seventh on the team in tackles, while Hunter was eighth. “When you can line up a defensive line with guys who have played together, anchored by Grant Hunter, you’ve got a chance,” noted Voris. The Bulldogs are equally experienced at linebacker, despite losing second-leading tackler Derek Guggenberger, and in the secondary, despite the absence of thirdleading tackler Spencer Summerville. Caldicott, Butler’s leading tackler last season, anchors a linebacker corps that includes returning regular Andrew Cottrell and top 2009 reserves Jordan Ridley and William Lamar. Caldicott finished with 70 tackles last season, one more than Guggenberger and two more than Summerville. He also led the team with three forced fumbles and tied for second on the squad with three pass interceptions. Cottrell, playing his first season with the Bulldogs finished fifth on the team in tackles (43), while Ridley was tenth (36). Ridley and Lamar both saw action in all 12 Butler games last season. Additional help could come from seniors Bob Olszewski and junior Robert Koteff, both of whom saw regular action last season, and sophomore Artis Hailey, who’s switching from running back to linebacker. The defensive secondary is led by senior Tadd Dombart and junior Mark Giacomantonio. Dombart, a four-year regular, enters his final season with seven career pass interceptions and more than 100 career tackles. Giacomantonio, Butler’s

fourth-leading tackler last season, led the PFL in pass interceptions in 2009 with five in nine games. Junior Jack McKenna, named Butler’s Most Improved Defensive Player last season, returns at cornerback, where he started all 12 games in 2009 and tied Dombart with three pass thefts. He also finished sixth on the team in tackles. Sophomore Matt Foor and junior Logan Sullivan, both of whom saw extensive action last season, are the top candidates to replace Summerville at strong safety, while junior Andy Dauch adds experienced depth at free safety. Several newcomers could contribute at cornerback. “We have experienced guys returning at all positions (in the secondary), and we have some really good young depth,” stated Voris. “We enter the season feeling very good about our secondary.” Special Teams Unlike a year ago, the Bulldogs return all of their top special teams players. Sophomore Michael Wilson took over the team’s punting chores last season and wound up being named Butler’s Special Teams MVP. He led the PFL in number of punts inside the 20-yard line (29), helping the Bulldogs win the battle of field position. Junior David Lang took over as the team’s placekicker, and he finished as the Butler’s third-leading scorer with 54 points. He booted seven field goals, including a pair of game-winners, and wound up third in the PFL in kick scoring. Koopman returns as the squad’s top kick returner, averaging 22.7 yards per return last season, while Dombart led the Bulldogs in punt returns.

Tailback Scott Gray led the Bulldogs and ranked third in the PFL with a career-best 868 rushing yards in 2009.

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Head Coach Jeff Voris In just four seasons, Jeff Voris has taken Butler from an 0-11 record to the most successful season in school history! Voris, who’s improved the Bulldogs’ win total in each of his four seasons, took a Butler team picked fifth in the Pioneer Football League preseason poll, and guided it to an 11-1 campaign, a tie for the PFL championship and Butler’s first-ever post-season victory. The 11 wins in 2009 set a Butler single season record and tied the PFL single season mark, and the league title was Butler’s first since 1994. Butler also tied the PFL record for league wins (7), while setting a record for home wins (7) and completing an unbeaten Butler Bowl slate. The Buldogs picked up the post-season win with a 28-23 victory over Central Connecticut State in the 2009 Gridiron Classic, a post-season game matching the champions of the PFL and the Northeast Conference. Voris guided the Bulldogs to nine straight wins to start the season, matching the Butler record for consecutive victories and making the 2009 Bulldogs just the third football squad in school history to own a 9-0 record. Included in that opening stretch was a 23-14 victory over Valparaiso in the annual Hoosier Helmet Trophy game. To no one’s surprise, Voris was named the PFL Coach of the Year. The historic 2009 Butler campaign came one year after Voris guided the Bulldogs to a 6-5 record, the program’s first winning season in more than a decade! The six wins were Butler’s most since 1997 and the second-most since the Bulldogs moved to Division I in 1993. And Butler’s ffour league wins tied the Bulldogs’ highest PFL win total to that point! The successful campaign came just one year after Voris guided Butler to a 4-7 mark in just his second season at the helm. The four victories were the most by a Butler football team since 2002 and marked another step forward for the program. In 2006, his first season as Butler’s head coach, Voris guided the Bulldogs to a 3-8 mark and a tie for fifth place in the PFL. His first victory at Butler snapped an 18-game losing streak by the Bulldogs, and the team’s three total wins matched Butler’s victory total for the previous three seasons combined. A former record-setting quarterback at DePauw University, Voris was named the 24th head football coach at Butler in December of 2005. He previously had served as head coach at Carroll (Wis.) College for five seasons, following assistant coaching stints at Edinboro, DePauw, Texas and Illinois. Voris spent five seasons rebuilding the football program at Carroll. His first team in 2001 had just 51 players. In 2005 with the squad size up to 111 players, he guided the Pioneers to a 6-4 record and a third place finish in the Midwest Conference. It was Carroll’s first winning season since 1996, and the Pioneers’ six league wins tied the school record for most MWC wins. During his five campaigns at Carroll, Voris coached one second team All-American, one honorable mention All-American, 11 first team all-conference players and 30 academic all-conference performers. He coached an all-conference quarterback in four of his five seasons. Carroll teams broke 10 school records for offense and special teams during his tenure, and his 2005 squad ranked fourth in the NCAA Division III in punt return average. Voris took the Carroll head coaching position after spending one season on the staff of head coach Lou Tepper at Edinboro. He previously served under head coach Nick Mourouzis at DePauw. During his four seasons as offensive coordinator at DePauw, the Tigers compiled a 29-11 record, won one conference 4

The Jeff Voris File Name: Jeff Voris Age: 43 Birthdate: 8/27/67 Wife: Julie Children: Jenna (14), Josie (12), Jessy (9) High School: West Aurora (Ill.) College: DePauw University (B.A., 1989) Postgraduate: University of Illinois (M.S., 1991) College Football Playing Career (Honors) DePauw University, 1986-89 (Four-year starting quarterback, three-time team MVP, two-time HM All-America, 1989 team captain), DePauw Hall of Fame (2009) Coaching Career (Position responsibility) 1990-92 Univ. of Illinois, Graduate Assistant (Defensive Backs/Linebackers) 1992-94 Univ. of Texas, Graduate Assistant (Wide Receivers/Offensive Line) 1994-2000 DePauw University, Head Strength and Conditioning Coach 1994-95 DePauw University, Junior Varsity Coach 1996-2000 DePauw University, Offensive Coordinator (Quarterbacks) 2000-01 Edinboro University, Offensive Coordinator (Quarterbacks) 2001-05 Carroll College, Head Coach/Offensive Coordinator (Quarterbacks) 2006Butler University, Head Coach Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Career

School Carroll Carroll Carroll Carroll Carroll Butler Butler Butler Butler

Collegiate Head Coaching Record Won Lost Pct. 2 7 .222 1 9 .100 3 7 .300 3 7 .300 6 4 .600 3 8 .273 4 7 .364 6 5 .545 11 1 .917 39 55 .415

championship and posted four consecutive wins over Wabash in the Monon Bell Classic. He coached an all-conference quarterback in 1996 and 1997, and DePauw ranked eighth in the NCAA Division III in passing offense in 1996. DePauw also ranked first in Division III in turnover margin in 1996 and eighth in turnover margin in 1998. He was the head junior varsity coach at DePauw in 1994-95, and he served as strength and conditioning coach for the Tigers in all six seasons. Voris began his collegiate coaching career in 1990 as a graduate assistant at Illinois. During his two seasons with the Illini, he assisted with defensive backs and outside linebackers. He later spent two seasons at Texas, where he worked with wide receivers and the offensive line. The Butler coach was a four-year starting quarterback at DePauw, 1986-89. He was a three-time team Most Valuable Player and a team captain in 1989. He earned honorable mention All-America recognition in 1988 and 1989, and he still holds DePauw career football records for most passing yards (6,035), most touchdown passes (56), most pass completions (504), most pass attempts (910) and total offense (5,754). He set single game records with 38 completions against Findlay in 1987 and five touchdown passes against Taylor in 1988, and he’s the only player in DePauw football history to lead the Tigers in passing for four consecutive seasons! He was inducted into the DePauw Athletic Hall of Fame in 2009. Voris earned a bachelor’s degree in health, physical education and recreation from DePauw in 1989 and a master’s degree in athletic administration from Illinois in 1991. He and his wife, Julie, are parents of three children, Jenna (14), Josie (12) and Jessy (9).

Assistant Coaches Joe Cheshire Co-Defensive Coordi Coordinator Joe Cheshire is in his sixth season as a full-time assistant coach, following one season with the Bulldogs as a parttime assistant. He handles the team’s linebackers, while also serving as Butler’s recruiting coordinator, and this season, he’s taking on the additional duties of Co-Defensive Coordinator. Cheshire joined the Bulldogs in 2004, after spending two seasons as offensive backs coach at DePauw University. In his final season at DePauw, the Tigers led the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference in rushing yards per game. The son of former Butler football player Jim Cheshire (‘75), Joe was a four-year football letterwinner at DePauw. He was the Tigers’ offensive Most Valuable Player in 1997, and he served as a football team captain in 1998. He earned all-conference recognition as a junior, when he led DePauw in pass receiving. Cheshire received a B. A. degree from DePauw in 1999 and began a brief business career before returning to the football field in 2002. He and his wife, Ashleigh, have two children, Griffin and Charlotte.

Nick Tabacca Offensive Line Nick Tabacca, who served the past three seasons on the football staff at Defiance College, was named an assistant football coach at Butler in July, 2010. He took over as offensive line coach for the Bulldogs, filling the spot of departed coach and offensive coordinator Frank Smith. Tabacca was the offensive line coach for all three of his seasons at Defiance, and he spent the past two campaigns as offensive coordinator for the Yellow Jackets. He directed an offensive unit that led the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference in fewest turnovers for two straight years. During his three seasons at the Ohio school, Defiance had seven AllConference offensive linemen. Tabacca was a four-year letterwinner and three-year starter as an offensive lineman at Ball State. He was a two-time Mid-American Conference All-Academic selection and a team captain as a senior. He began his coaching career as a graduate assistant coach at Ball State in 2005, before accepting the position at Defiance in 2007. He received a B.S. degree from Ball State in 2004 and earned his masters degree in business administration from Ball State in 2006.

Tim Cooper Co-Defensive Coordi Coordinator Former Miami (Ohio) and Carroll College football assistant Tim Cooper was named an assistant football coach at Butler in March, 2010. He’s working with Butler’s defensive secondary and serves as a Co-Defensive Coordinator. Cooper was the defensive secondary coach at Miami (Ohio), 2004-2008, helping the RedHawks to three Mid-American Conference East championships. He previously had served as defensive secondary and linebackers coach at Carroll, 2001-2003, where he worked under current Butler head coach Jeff Voris. Most recently, Cooper served as defensive quality control-secondary at Indiana University. Cooper began his coaching career as a graduate assistant coach/recruiting coordinator at DePauw University in 1997. He accepted a position assisting with the secondary at the University of Rhode Island in 1999 and then took a graduate assistant position at the University of Connecticut in 2000. Cooper also served one season as a graduate assistant coach at Miami (Ohio) in 2003, helping the RedHawks to a 13-1 record, a Mid-American Conference championship, a berth in the GMAC Bowl and a #10 national ranking. A three-year defensive starter as a player at DePauw, Cooper earned four varsity letters and helped the Tigers to the 1996 Indiana Collegiate Athletic Conference championship. He was the Defensive Most Valuable Player for the 101st Monon Bell Game, and he served as team captain for the 1996 squad, which broke 27 school records and led the NCAA Division III in turnover margin. Cooper earned a B.A. degree from DePauw in 1997 and a master’s degree from Indiana State University in 1999.

David Kenney Defensive Tackles David Kenney is in his fifth season on Butler’s coaching staff, and he has responsibility for the Bulldogs’ defensive line. He spent a portion of the 2010 preseason working with the Indianapolis Colts’ defensive unit under the Bill Walsh Minority Internship Program. Kenney joined the Bulldogs after spending one season as head coach and defensive coordinator of the Washington Township Travel Team (IEFA) and two seasons as an assistant football coach at North Central High School. Kenney was a defensive tackle and nose guard for three seasons at Tuskegee University, where he earned a B. S. degree in 1996. He and his wife, Kristen, are parents of four children, Devante (17), David (15), Khirra (10) and Dakari (9). He’s a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.

Nick Anderson Cornerback Cornerbacks Nick Anderson is in his fourth season with the Bulldogs, taking over this year as cornerbacks’ coach. He’s also coached wide receivers for the Bulldogs. Anderson previously spent two seasons as an assistant football coach at Indianapolis Manual High School and one year as an assistant coach at LaVille High School. He began his collegiate playing career at Eastern Kentucky University in 1997, before transferring to Quincy University, where he was a starting defensive back. Anderson, a 2003 Quincy graduate, has played semi-pro football for the past five years.

Danny Sears Receiver Receivers Danny Sears, a former standout wide receiver at Franklin College, is in his fourth season at Butler. He’s working with the team’s receivers this year, after coaching cornerbacks in 2009. Sears was a three-time, first team All-Heartland Conference wide receiver (2004-06) and a two-time conference Special Teams MVP (2004 & 2006) as a punt and kick returner. He finished his collegiate career with more than 2,000 receiving yards and 20 career touchdown catches. The four-year letterwinner for the Grizzlies compiled over 5,000 all-purpose yards, 2003-06.

Chris Davis Running Backs ack acks Chris Davis, who earned two varsity letters ers as an of offensive lineman with the Bulldogs, is in his third season on the Butler staff. He’s coaching Butler’s running backs, after working with the squad’s tight ends last season. Davis began his senior season with the Bulldogs as a starting offensive tackle, only to be sidelined by injury for the third time in his career. He was named to the Pioneer Football League Academic Honor Roll three times, and he graduated with a degree in secondary education in the spring of 2008.

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Assistant Coaches/Staff Rob Noel Defensive Ends

Matt Walker Tight Ends

Rob Noel, a four-year letterwinner with the Bulldogs (2005-08), is in his second season on the Bulldogs’ football staff. He has responsibility for Butler’s defensive ends. Noel, who played both offensive guard and offensive tackle for the Bulldogs, set a Butler career record for games played (44), and he was in the Bulldogs’ starting lineup in his final 22 games. He earned AllLeague honors as an offensive lineman, and he was a two-time Academic All-League player. Noel earned his degree from Butler in 2009.

Matt Walker, former head coach at DePauw University, is in his first season on Butler’s staff. He has responsibility for the Bulldogs’ tight ends. Walker was the head coach at DePauw from 2006-09, compiling a 22-8 overall record and a 13-7 mark in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference. He also served as an assistant football coach at DePauw for six years and was the Tigers’ head baseball coach for 10 seasons. A two-sport athlete in football and baseball as an undergraduate, Walker earned a degree from DePauw in 1999. He holds a master’s degree from Indiana State.

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Grant Lewis Student Assistant Defense

Chris Tinkey Football Athletic Trainer

Lester Burris Student Video Coordinator

Stephen Blowers Student Manager

Ted Pajakowski Student Manager

John Harding Equipment Manager

Jennifer Johnson Equipment Room

Jim Peal Strength/Conditioning Coordinator

The Butler Bowl, home to Butler football for eight decades, received a major face-lift for the 2010 season. Located on the northeast side of Butler’s campus just east of storied Hinkle Fieldhouse, the Butler Bowl project took a major step forward with the addition of new bleacher and chairback seats on the west side, visitor’s seating on the east side and a new brick press box stretching between the 30-yard lines. The new seats boosted the stadium capacity to 5,647, and the new press box added main level areas for media, radio, coaches and boosters as well as an upper level video area and observation deck. The renovation of the Butler Bowl, part of a plan to build new student housing along the east side of the stadium, began during the summer of 2005 with the removal of the Hilton U. Brown Theatre, located in the south end zone, and the demolition of the east stands. A new field turf surface replaced the former grass field and a new scoreboard was added to the south end zone. The field itself was raised by nearly eight feet and moved slightly to the south. The original Butler Bowl was designed as part of a massive project developed to give Butler University one of the finest athletic plants in the nation. Construction on the Bowl was completed in time for the start of the 1928 football season, and Butler inaugurated the stadium by defeating Franklin, 55-0. The Bowl opened with seating for 36,000 spectators. The first major change to the Bowl came in 1955, when the Hilton U. Brown Theatre was constructed in the south end zone. The huge outdoor theater replaced 16,000 seats and gave Butler one of the premier open-air stage facilities in the Midwest. For years, the Hilton U. Brown Theatre served as the summer home for Starlight Musicals, which brought the best in off-Broadway performances to Indianapolis.

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BILL BORK 6-1, 225, Jr.

TIGHT END Dyer, Ind. (Lake Central)

2009: Saw action in all 12 games...2008: Played in 10 games... named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...2007: Did not see varsity action during his initial season with the Bulldogs... Personal: Education major...born 7/15/88...son of Bill and Yolanda Bork...High School: Two-year starter on offense at Lake Central High School...had 11 receptions for 184 yards and a touchdown as a senior...named team’s Receiver of the Week and Lineman of the Week once each during the 2006 season...earned two varsity football letters.... High School Coach: Bill Melby. YEAR 2008 2009 Career

RUSH 0 0 0

YDS. 0 0 0

14

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TD 0 0 0

REC. 2 2 4

NICK CALDICOTT 6-1, 225, Jr.

YDS. 11 11 22

TD 0 0 0

YEAR 2008 2009 Career

ST 9 39 48

AT 5 31 36

TT 14 70 84

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TAYLOR CLARKSON DEFENSIVE TACKLE 6-2, 275, So. Fortville, Ind. (Mt. Vernon)

YEAR 2009

ST 2

AT 0

TT 2

FOR LOSS SACKS 0-0 0

YEAR 2007 2008 2009 Career

ST 0 6 15 21

FR 0

AT 0 5 11 16

TT 0 11 26 37

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ANDREW COTTRELL LINEBACKER 5-11, 215, Jr. West Chester, Ohio (Lakota West/Grand Valley State)

2009: Played in 10 games, including eight as a starter... finished fifth on the squad in tackles...wound up fourth on the team in assisted tackles...recorded a career-high six tackles in five different games...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...2008: Sat out the season after transferring from Grand Valley State...co-recipient of Butler’s Defensive “Unsung Hero” Award (scout team Player of the Year)...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll... Personal: Business major...born 4/28/89...son of Rick and Libby Cottrell...High School: All-conference linebacker at Lakota West High School...team captain and all-city player as a senior..recorded 70 tackles, including 14 tackles for loss, in final season...set a school record for longest run from scrimmage (90 yards)... two-time Academic All-Conference performer...earned two varsity football letters... High School Coach: Larry Cox. YEAR 2009

ST 16

FR 0 1 1

2009: Played in 11 of the team’s 12 games...2008: Did not see varsity action in his initial season with the Bulldogs... earned Butler’s Special Teams “Unsung Hero” Award... Personal: Physical Education major...born 1/21/90...son of Ken and Andrea Clarkson...High School: All-State offensive lineman at Mt. Vernon High School...HM all-state defensive tackle...selected to play in the North-South All-Star Football Game...named a Region 8 All-Star as a senior...three-sport athlete in high school...High School Coach: Doug Peacock.

DEFENSIVE END Winter Park, Fla. (Winter Park)

2009: Saw action in all 12 games, including seven as a starter... recorded a career-high five tackles in Butler’s victory over Davidson...had a quarterback sack in Butler’s season-opening win over Albion...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...2008: Played in all 11 games...tied for fifth on the team in tackles for loss...had a season-high four tackles, including two tackles for loss, at Campbell...recorded a quarterback sack at Valparaiso...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...2007: Played in three varsity games in initial season at Butler...named to the Pioneer Football League Academic Honor Roll...Personal: Economics major...born 4/8/88...son of Steve and Lynne Cosler...High School: Three-year starter as a defensive lineman at Winter Park High School...team captain and Most Outstanding Defensive Lineman as a senior...earned All-Metro honors in 2006...ranked third in central Florida with 12 quarterback sacks as a senior...helped high school team to a 12-2 record and a state runner-up finish as a junior...earned three varsity football letters...High School Coach: Larry Gergley.

LINEBACKER Oak Park, Ill. (Fenwick)

2009: Named Butler’s Defensive MVP in 2009...second team All-PFL...starter in all 12 games...led the Bulldogs in tackles (70) and solo tackles (39)...topped the squad in forced fumbles (3)...tied for second on the team in pass interceptions with three...recorded a career-high 11 tackles in Butler’s victory over Davidson...had a career-best eight solo tackles against Davidson...posted eight tackles against Central Connecticut State in the Gridiron Classic...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...2008: Saw action in five games...posted a season-high four tackles against both Franklin and Drake...had a season-best four solo tackles against Franklin...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...2007: Did not see varsity action for the Bulldogs...Personal: Management Information Systems major...born 11/30/88...son of Brian and Dawn Caldicott, Sarah Caldicott...High School: Two-year starter as a wide receiver and defensive back at Fenwick High School...had eight touchdowns and 10 pass interceptions during prep career...all-conference and all-area performer as a senior...team MVP...earned Academic All-State and IHSA Scholar-Athlete honors...received three varsity football letters...High School Coach: Joe DiCanio.

ROB COSLER 6-1, 230, Sr.

AT 27

9

TT 43

FOR LOSS SACKS 2.5-4 0

ANDY DAUCH 5-10, 180, Jr.

FR 0

DEFENSIVE BACK Bloomfield Hills, Mich. (Lahser)

2009: Saw action in all 12 games...had a career-high three tackles against Albion...scored first collegiate touchdown on a 19-yard pass interception return against Hanover...had 10 kickoff returns for 174 yards and one punt return for 11 yards...2008: Played in five games...had two tackles each against Campbell and Jacksonville...2007: Did not see varsity action in his initial season at Butler...Personal: Mechanical Engineering major... born 11/5/88...son of Rick and Connie Dauch...High School: Three-sport athlete at Lahser High School...named All-League and honorable mention All-State as a defensive back...had seven pass interceptions and scored five touchdowns as a senior...helped high school team to a 12-1 record and a state runner-up finish as a junior...named first team Academic All-State...earned three varsity letters in football... varsity letter winner in soccer and track...High School Coach: Dan Loria. YEAR 2008 2009 Career

ST 3 5 8

AT 1 5 6

TT 4 10 14

FOR LOSS 0-0 0-0 0-0

INT. 0-0 1-19 1-19

BREAKUPS 0 1 1

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STEVEN DEPOSITAR 5-10, 195, So.

2009: Played in all 12 games...finished fourth on the team in rushing...had a career-best 50 rushing yards in Butler’s victory at Franklin, including a career-long 41-yard carry... rushed for 47 yards against Hanover...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...2008: Didn’t see varsity action in his first season with the Bulldogs...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...Personal: Finance major...born 8/5/89...son of Steve and Shelly Depositar...High School: All-State running back at Penn High School...rushed for 1,216 yards and 17 touchdowns as a senior for 12-1 team...had four receiving touchdowns...all-conference and all-area player...Academic All-State...all-conference in baseball...earned three letters each in football and baseball...High School Coach: Cory Yeoman. YEAR 2009

RUSH 19

YDS. 130

28

AVG. 6.8

TD 0

REC. 0

TADD DOMBART 5-10, 185, Sr.

YDS. 0

TD 0

DEFENSIVE BACK Cincinnati, Ohio (Lakota West)

2009: Played in 11 games, including 10 as a starter...finished second on the team in pass breakups (3) and fourth in pass interceptions (2)...led the Bulldogs and ranked ninth in the PFL in punt returns...had a season-high five tackles against both Drake and Central Connecticut State...2008: Starting defensive back in all 11 games...tied for sixth on the team in tackles...tied for the team lead in pass interceptions...led the PFL in punt returns (16.9)...honorable mention All-PFL as both a defensive back and as a return specialist...named Butler’s Special Teams Top Dog (MVP)...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...chosen PFL Special Teams Co-Player of the Week after returning a punt a league-long 75 yards for a touchdown against Morehead State...matched his career-high with eight tackles against Drake...had 77 all-purpose yards against Albion...recorded a 35-yard pass interception return against Missouri S & T...2007: Saw action in all 11 games, including the final three as a starter...received Butler’s Newcomer of the Year Award...led the Bulldogs and tied for ninth in the PFL in pass interceptions (3)...ranked third in the PFL in punt return average (11.7)... finished sixth on the team in total tackles (39)...wound up fourth on the squad in solo tackles (31)...tied for second on the team in pass breakups (3)...had a careerhigh eight tackles, including a career-best seven solo tackles, at Valparaiso and against Davidson...recorded a 42-yard pass interception return for a touchdown against Albion...had a 54-yard return on his first collegiate punt return against Albion...posted a 42-yard punt return at Hanover...Personal: Finance major... born 8/19/88...son of Scott and Jane Dombart...High School: Three-year varsity starter at Lakota West High School...two-year all-conference defensive back... earned all-county honors as a senior...team captain...helped Lakota West to two playoff appearances...all-conference baseball player...earned three varsity football letters...High School Coach: Larry Cox. YEAR 2007 2008 2009 Career

ST 31 32 20 83

AT 8 10 10 28

TT 39 42 30 111

FOR LOSS 1-1 0.5-2 2.5-4 4-7

INT. 3-47 2-35 2-9 7-91

BREAKUPS 3 5 3 11

Bulldogs Picked Second In PFL Preseason Poll Butler, coming off a Pioneer Football League co-championship, was tabbed second in the PFL’s 2010 preseason coaches’ poll. Ten-time PFL champion Dayton was picked as the coaches’ preseason favorite. Dayton and Jacksonville, chosen third, each recieved four first place votes in the poll, while the Bulldogs received two. Picked in order behind the top three teams were Drake, San Diego, Marist, Davidson, Campbell, Morehead State and Valparaiso. 8

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RUNNING BACK Mishawaka, Ind. (Penn)

MATTHEW FOOR 5-11, 205, So.

DEFENSIVE BACK West Chester, Ohio (Lakota West)

2009: Played in 10 games...had a career-high three tackles in Butler’s victory over Central Connecticut State...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...2008: Did not see varsity action in first season with the Bulldogs...Personal: Finance major... born 1/25/90...son of Mick and Karen Foor...High School: Three-year starter as a defensive back at Lakota West High School...team captain as a senior...second team all-conference and HM all-city as a junior...had 69.5 tackles in 2006...missed most of senior season due to illness... three-year academic all-conference player...earned three varsity football letters... High School Coach: Larry Cox. YEAR 2009

ST 7

AT 6

TT 13

FOR LOSS 0-0

INT. 0-0

16

MARK GIACOMANTONIO 5-11, 190, Jr.

BREAKUPS 0

DEF. BACK Carmel, Ind. (Carmel)

2009: Honorable mention All-PFL...saw action in nine game, all as a starter...led the PFL and ranked ninth in the NCAA Division I FCS in pass interceptions...finished fourth on the team in tackles...had a career-high 10 tackles in Butler’s victory over Central Connecticut State...named to the 2009 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District Team and picked first team Academic All-PFL...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...2008: Played in all 11 games...recorded a season-high six tackles at Campbell...returned a pass intereception for 30 yards against San Diego...had a blocked PAT against San Diego...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...2007: Did not see varsity action with the Bulldogs...earned the team’s Unsung Hero Award (scout team player of the year) for special teams...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...Personal: Economics/Criminology major...born 1/18/89...son of Mauro and Ann Giacomantonio...High School: Honorable mention All-State defensive back at Carmel High School...helped high school team to a 12-3 record and a state runner-up finish in 2006...selected All-Conference, All-Area and All-County...named team’s Most Valuable Defensive Back...83 tackles as a senior...two-time Academic All-Conference... earned two football letters...High School Coach: Mo Moriarity. YEAR 2008 2009 Career

ST 12 30 42

AT 9 15 24

64

TT 21 45 66

FOR LOSS 0.5-2 4-11 4.5-13

DONNIE GILMORE 6-3, 295, Sr.

INT. 1-30 5-45 6-75

BREAKUPS 0 2 2

OFFENSIVE LINE Westphalia, Ind. (North Knox)

2009: First team All-PFL offensive lineman...Butler “Battle of the Trenches” Award winner...starter in all 12 games... named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...2008: Started all 11 games...helped the Bulldogs rank third in the PFL in both scoring offense and total offense...named honorable mention All-PFL as an offensive lineman...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...2007: Starter in all 11 games...one of two offensive linemen to start every game...named to the Butler Athletic Director’s Honor Roll...2006: Did not play in any varsity games during his first year at Butler... Personal: Math/Mechanical Engineering major...born 2/12/88...son of Don and Patricia Gilmore...High School: All-State lineman at North Knox High School...twoway starter for high school squad...all-conference and all-area performer...received Academic All-Area recognition...helped team to a 7-2 record as a senior...earned four varsity football letters...High School Coach: Shawn McDowell.

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SCOTT GRAY 5-8, 190, Sr.

2009: First team All-PFL running back...starting tailback in all 12 games...led the Bulldogs and ranked third in the PFL in rushing... finished fifth on the team in scoring...rushed for a season-high 117 yards against Davidson, including a season-long 48-yard rush...had 113 rushing yards against San Diego...rushed for 109 yards against Dayton...named first team Academic All-PFL and chosen to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...2008: Missed Butler’s first eight games with injury...rushed for a season-high 68 yards on 12 carries against San Diego... scored a pair of touchdowns against Davidson...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...2007: Named Butler’s Most Outstanding Offensive Player...led the Pioneer Football League in scoring...posted the seventh-highest single season scoring total (90 points) in Butler football history...had the second-highest single game scoring total in Butler history (30 vs. Albion)...ranked sixth in the PFL in rushing...played in nine games, including four as a starter...scored five touchdowns in his Butler debut against Albion, becoming just the second player in Butler football history to score five touchdowns in a game...scored four touchdowns at Hanover in his second Butler game, setting a Butler record for most touchdowns (9) in consecutive games... tallied three touchdowns at Valparaiso and two against Missouri-Rolla...rushed for a career-high 130 yards on 29 carries against San Diego...had 103 yards rushing at Valparaiso...had a 75-yard carry against Valparaiso, the Bulldogs’ longest-rush of the season...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...transfer from Ball State (did not play football at Ball State)...Personal: Secondary education major...born 1/14/88...son of Horace and Kim Gray...High School: All-State running back at Lowell High School...helped Lowell to the Indiana 4A state title in 2005...rushed for 153 yards and three touchdowns in the 2005 state championship game...finished senior season with 2,336 rushing yards and 31 touchdowns...named the PostTribune and Region Sports Offensive Player of the Year...all-time single season rushing leader in Northwest Indiana...selected to the North Team for the Indiana North-South All-Star Game...named all-conference and all-area...earned three varsity football letters...High School Coach: Kirk Kennedy. YEAR 2007 2008 2009 Total

RUSH 141 25 169 335

YDS. 547 101 868 1516

5

AVG. 3.9 4.0 5.1 4.5

TD 15 2 5 22

REC. 6 0 13 19

ARTIS HAILEY III 6-0, 205, So.

YDS. 12 0 134 146

TD 0 0 1 1

LINEBACKER Hammond, Ind. (Hammond)

2009: Played in all 12 games as a running back...rushed for a career-best 29 yards in Butler’s victory over Hanover...had a career-best two pass receptions at Franklin...2008: Didn’t see varsity action in his first season with the Bulldogs...earned Butler’s Offensive “Unsung Hero” Award (Scout Team Player of the Year)...Personal: Computer Engineering/Economics major...born 7/20/89...son of Pauline Reese...High School: Three-sport athlete at Hammond High School...all-conference running back...HM all-area...team captain and Most Improved Player...helped Hammond to a conference title in 2007...earned three varsity letters each in football and basketball and two in baseball...High School Coach: Robert Robinson. YEAR 2009

RUSH 13

YDS. 65

AVG. 5.0

TD 0

2

RUNNING BACK Lowell, Ind. (Lowell/Ball State)

REC. 3

YDS. 4

TD 0

Homework The Bulldogs set a school record with seven victories at home in 2009. It was Butler’s first unbeaten home record as an NCAA Division I program, and the Bulldogs’ first undefeated mark in the Butler Bowl since 1992. The Bulldogs were the lone team in the Pioneer Football League to go unbeaten at home in 2009. Butler’s all-time record in the Butler Bowl is 257-139-11.

STUART HARVEY 6-1, 190, Jr.

WIDE RECEIVER Carmel, Ind. (Westfield)

2009: Did not see varsity action...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...2008: Saw action in all 11 games...finished fifth on the team in receptions and receiving yards...caught a careerhigh four passes, including a seven-yard touchdown reception, against Missouri S & T...had a career-best 32 receiving yards against both Missouri S & T and Campbell...2007: Did not see varsity action in first season with the Bulldogs...Personal: Philosophy/Education major...born 6/8/89...son of Bart and Jayne Harvey...High School: Starting wide receiver at Westfield High School...team captain as a senior... named squad’s Most Improved Player...had nine receptions for 121 yards and 20 tackles in 2006...received Outstanding Student Weight-Lifting Award...earned two varsity football letters...High School Coach: Bo Belden. YEAR 2008

REC. 20

YDS. 140

8

AVG. 7.0

TD 1

RYAN HITCHCOCK RUNNING BACK 5-7, 190, Jr. Bedford, Ind. (Bedford-North Lawrence)

2009: Played in 10 games...finished third on the squad in rushing...wound up seventh in pass receptions...rushed for a season-high 60 yards against Drake...scored a pair of rushing touchdowns against Valparaiso...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...2008: Saw action in seven games...finished third on the team in rushing...tied for third on the team in scoring... tied for sixth on the team in pass receptions...recorded a career-high 109 rushing yards (on 11 carries) and scored a pair of rushing touchdowns at Campbell...caught a 22-yard touchdown pass at Campbell...2007: Did not see varsity action in his first year at Butler...Personal: Media Arts major...born 6/12/88...son of Randy (former Butler placekicker) and Becky Hitchcock...High School: Three-year starter at Bedford North Lawrence High School...two-year All-Area performer...earned All-Conference and All-Region recognition...earned All-State mention as both a running back and as a wide receiver...rushed for 1,524 yards and 17 touchdowns and had 1,615 receiving yards and 16 TDs during his high school career...compiled over 4,000 all-purpose yards...set school records for single game receiving (229), single season touchdowns (19), career receptions (103), career receiving yards (1,615) and career points (224)...Academic All-State performer...earned three varsity football letters...High School Coach: Bret Szabo. YEAR 2008 2009 Career

RUSH 64 55 120

YDS. 352 346 698

53

AVG. 5.3 6.3 5.8

TD 5 4 9

ROB HOBSON 6-4, 280, Sr.

REC. 12 9 21

YDS. 107 50 157

TD 1 0 1

OFFENSIVE LINE Arcadia, Ind. (Sheridan)

2009: Starting center in all 12 Butler games...2008: Saw action in three games...helped the Bulldogs lead the PFL in total offense and rank second in both rushing offense and scoring offense...2007: Did not see varsity action in his initial season at Butler...Personal: Marketing/Digital Media Production major...born 4/16/89...son of Jerry and Anita Hobson...High School: Two-time All-State offensive lineman at Sheridan High School...helped lead Sheridan to a two-year record of 28-2 and back-to-back state championships, 2005-06...two-time all-conference and all-area performer...chosen to play in the Indiana North-South All-Star Game...played on football teams that had a three-year, 39-4 record...earned three varsity football letters...varsity award winner in basketball and baseball...High School Coach: Larry “Bud” Wright. 9

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ANDREW HUCK 6-2, 190, Jr.

QUARTERBACK Bloomington, Ind. (Bloomington North)

2009: Named Butler’s Offensive Most Valuable Player and Most Improved Offensive Player...earned honorable mention All-PFL honors...selected as the Most Valuable Player of the 2009 Gridiron Classic...four-time PFL Offensive Player of the Week...named to the College Sporting News National AllStar List on Nov. 9, following a five-touchdown performance at Dayton...starting quarterback in all 12 games...posted the third-highest single season passing total (2,454 yards) in Butler football history...eighth quarterback in Butler history to pass for more than 2,000 yards in a season...finished with the third-highest total for touchdown passes (21) in Butler history...led the PFL in pass completions (233) and pass attempts (371) and finished second in the league in passing yards...wound up third in the league in passing average (204.5)...finished second in the PFL and 27th in the NCAA Division I FCS in total offense (2,921)... ranked 34th in the NCAA in passing efficiency (131.11)...had the league’s highest single game pass completion percentage in 2009 with a 13 of 15 (.867) performance against Hanover...recorded a league-high 33 pass completions in Butler’s victory over Franklin...completed 20 or more passes in six of Butler’s 12 games...threw for a career-high 327 yards in Butler’s victory over Albion...tied Butler’s single game record with a career-best five touchdown passes in the Albion win...had a career-high 395 yards in total offense against Albion...completed 33 of 48 passes (with no interceptions) and threw for 316 yards in Butler’s win at Franklin...tossed four touchdown passes each against Franklin and Morehead State...threw 14 touchdown passes in his first four collegiate starts...ran for a career-high three touchdowns and threw two more against Dayton...completed 15 of 21 passes for 182 yards and rushed for three touchdowns in Butler’s Gridiron Classic victory over Central Connecticut State...rushed for a career-best 81 yards on a career-high 16 carries against Davidson...tied for the team scoring lead and tied for fifth in the PFL in scoring with 10 rushing touchdowns...named first team Academic All-PFL... chosen to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...2008: Played in five games...rushed for 55 yards on five carries...had a 39-yard run for a touchdown against Campbell... attempted one pass...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...Personal: Biology major...born 3/27/90...son of Chad Huck and Patty Henderson...High School: Honorable mention all-state quarterback at Bloomington North High School...team captain and MVP...first team all-conference in 2007...passed for 2,071 yards and 18 touchdowns during prep career...set a school single game passing record with 350 yards against Bloomington South...earned three varsity football letters...High School Coach: Scott Bless. Year 2008 2009 Total

ATT. 1 371 372

COMP. 0 233 233

PCT. .000 .628 .626

98

INT. 0 11 11

TD 0 21 21

YDS. RUSH 0 5 2454 102 2454 107

YDS. AVG. TD 55 11.0 1 467 4.6 10 522 4.9 11

GRANT HUNTER DEFENSIVE END 6-3, 235, Jr. Liberty Twp., Ohio (Lakota West/Robert Morris)

2009: Second team Academic All-America...named second team All-PFL...starting defensive end in nine games...missed three games with illness...finished second in the PFL and 11th in the NCAA Division I FCS in quarterback sacks...led the Bulldogs in tackles for loss and quarterback sacks...finished eighth on the team in total tackles...had a season-high seven tackles against Morehead State and Valparaiso...recorded three quarterback sacks against Morehead State...tied for third on the team in pass breakups (3)...named first team Academic All-PFL, chosen to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District squad and selected to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...2008: First team All-PFL defensive end...Butler Defensive Top Dog (MVP), Lineman of the Year and Newcomer of the Year...starter in all 11 games...tied for sixth on the team in tackles...led the PFL in quarterback sacks and finished second in the league in tackles for loss...recorded the second-highest total for quarterback sacks in Butler football history...had a career-high eight tackles, including four quarterback sacks and a career-high six 10

solo tackles, against Dayton...named PFL Defensive Player of the Week following the Dayton game...had two sacks each against Missouri S & T, Campbell, Morehead State and Jacksonville...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...transferred to Butler from Robert Morris...Personal: Criminology major...born 5/30/88...son of Hank and Kimberly Hunter...High School: First team all-conference and all-county defensive end at Lakota West High School...HM All-Southwest Ohio in 2006....had 37.5 tackles, including six quarterback sacks and 14.5 total tackles for loss, as a senior...helped high school squad to the Ohio Division I playoffs in 2006...earned All-America honors in lacrosse...High School Coach: Larry Cox. YEAR 2008 2009 Career

ST 27 19 46

AT 15 20 35

TT 42 39 81

FOR LOSS SACKS 18-109 14-97 11.5-52 7.5-42 29.5-161 21.5-139

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MATT KOBLI 6-3, 220, Sr.

FR 1 0 1

QUARTERBACK Whiting, Ind. (Whiting)

2009: Sat out the 2009 season...2008: Honorable mention All-PFL quarterback...Butler’s Offensive Top Dog (MVP)...led the PFL in total offense (273.7)...ranked 13th in the NCAA Division I FCS in total offense and 21st in pass efficiency (142.6)... ranked 17th in the FCS in completions per game (21.55)... ranked third in the PFL in pass efficiency and fourth in passing average (228.9)...ranked eighth in the PFL in rushing (44.8)...lone player in the PFL to boast both a 300-yard passing game and a 100-yard rushing game...posted the second-highest single season passing total in Butler football history...set a Butler single season record for touchdown passes (23)...had the second-highest single season total for pass completions (237) in Butler history...named PFL Offensive Player of the Week after rolling up 323 yards in total offense and throwing for a pair of touchdown passes against Missouri S & T...rushed for a career-high 116 yards and one touchdown in Butler’s win at Missouri S & T...passed for a career-high 308 yards against both Franklin and Davidson...threw four touchdown passes each against Franklin and Valparaiso...completed a career-high 29 passes and had a careerhigh 48 pass attempts against Franklin...had a career-high 350 total offense yards against Davidson...passed for more than 200 yards in eight of 11 games...had at least 21 pass completions in eight different games...rushed for more than 100 yards twice...2007: Played in eight games, including two as a starter...had a season-high 72 yards rushing and a season-best 163 yards passing against Davidson...completed a season-best 19 passes for 155 yards at Jacksonville...2006: Did not see varsity action in his initial season with the Bulldogs...Personal: Sociology/Criminology major...born 12/10/87...son of Mark and Sheila Kobli...High School: Three-sport athlete at Whiting High School...All-State football player as both a quarterback and safety...named to IFCA Top 50 all-star list...selected to play in the North-South All-Star Football Game...passed for 2,079 yards and 20 touchdowns as a senior... rushed for 606 yards and 11 touchdowns in 2005...threw for 2,548 yards and 24 touchdowns as a junior...finished high school career with 6,773 passing yards...had 315 tackles and nine career pass interceptions...helped lead high school football squad to a 22-2 record over his final two seasons...all-conference and all-area forward in basketball...ranked in the “Top 20” in Indiana basketball scoring in 2004-05... all-conference and all-area pitcher on baseball team...named to the North-South All-Star Game in baseball...earned four varsity letters each in football, basketball and baseball...High School Coach: Jeff Cain. Year 2007 2008 Total

ATT. 98 358 456

COMP. PCT. 54 .551 237 .662 291 .638

INT. 4 7 11

TD 2 23 25

YDS. 465 2518 2983

Preseason All-Americans Butler’s Grant Hunter and Zach Watkins each were named to a Preseason All-America Team for 2010. Hunter was chosen as a third team defensive end on the College Sporting News FCS Preseason All-America Team, while Watkins was named a third team wide receiver on The Sports Network Preseason All-America Team.

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JORDAN KOOPMAN 5-8, 185, Jr.

2009: Honorable mention All-PFL return specialist...led the Bulldogs and ranked second in the PFL in kick return average (22.7)...ranked fifth in the league in all-purpose yards (1,122)... finished fourth on the team in receiving...had a career-high 146 yards on six kickoff returns at Jacksonville...recorded a career-high six receptions for a career-high 77 yards and a touchdown at Franklin...2008: Saw action in eight games... led the team in kickoff returns and kick return yards...had a career-best six kickoff returns for a season-high 112 yards against Jacksonville...finished eighth on the team in receptions...caught a season-high four passes for a season-high 48 yards against Morehead State...Personal: Exercise Science major...born 5/6/90...son of David and Francine Koopman...High School: All-Conference running back at Eastlake High School...team captain as a senior...helped lead high school team to back-to-back league titles in 2006 and 2007...all-conference guard in basketball... earned three varsity letters in football and four in basketball...High School Coach: John McFadden. YEAR 2008 2009 Career

REC. 11 24 35

51

YDS. 77 258 335

AVG. 7.0 10.8 9.6

TD 1 1 2

KR 20 31 51

ROBERT KOTEFF 6-0, 220, Jr.

YDS. 385 703 1088

AVG. 19.2 22.7 21.3

ST 3 0 3

AT 1 1 2

TT 4 1 5

FOR LOSS SACKS 0.5-0 0 0-0 0 0.5-0 0

FR 0 0 0

YEAR 2009

WILLIAM LAMAR 5-10, 195, So.

LINEBACKER Oak Park, Ill. (Oak Park-River Forest)

2009: Saw action in all 12 games...had a career-high four tackles against Valparaiso and Davidson...posted a career-high three solo tackles against Jacksonville...had a blocked punt against Morehead State...2008: Did not see varsity action in his initial season at Butler...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...Personal: Mechanical Engineering/Economics major...born 7/5/90...son of Gail Perry and Jerry Lamar...High School: Two-year starter as a linebacker and tailback at Oak Park-River Forest High School...earned all-conference honors as a senior...received team’s Defensive Back of the Year Award...Academic All-Conference performer...earned two varsity football letters... High School Coach: Jim Nudera. YEAR 2009

ST 10

AT 14

TT 24

FOR LOSS SACKS 1-2 0

FR 0

PAT 33-43

7

PLACEKICKER/PUNTER Lowell, Ind. (Lowell)

FG 7-11

LONG 39

PTS. 54

JEFF LARSEN 6-2, 190, Jr.

WIDE RECEIVER Chicago, Ill. (Notre Dame)

2009: Saw action in all 12 games...tied for fifth on the squad in receptions...had a career-high four catches for a career-best 42 yards against Jacksonville...recorded three receptions each against Franklin and Campbell...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...2008: Did play in any games...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...2007: Did not see varsity action... named to the Pioneer Football League Academic Honor Roll...Personal: Finance major...born 8/11/89...son of Jeff and Laurie Larsen...High School: Two-year starter at Notre Dame High School...passed for 1,005 yards and eight touchdowns and rushed for 350 yards and four TDs as a senior...two-year team captain...received team’s 2006 Outstanding Offensive Back Award...named the team’s Most Improved Player in 2005...IHSA Scholar-Athlete...earned two varsity football letters...High School Coach: Mike Hennessey. YEAR 2009

54

DAVID LANG 6-0, 215, Jr.

2009: Saw action in all 12 games as Butler’s placekicker... two-time PFL Special Teams Player of the Week...wound up third on the team and tenth in the PFL in scoring...third in the PFL in kick scoring...tied for fifth in the league in field goal percentage and finished seventh in the circuit in field goals... kicked a game-winning, 37-yard field goal with 0:01.9 left to lift the Bulldogs past San Diego, 25-24...hit a 27-yard field goal with one second remaining to give Butler a 20-17 victory over Drake and a share of the PFL season championship...had a career-long 39-yard field goal against San Diego...was perfect on six PAT attempts against Albion and Hanover...named first team Academic All-PFL...2008: Played in all 11 games, handling team kickoff chores...averaged 54.7 yards on 57 kickoffs...had one touchback...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...Personal: Exercise Science major...born 9/22/89...son of Mark and Jane Lang...High School: Two-year all-conference placekicker at Lowell High School... twice squad’s Most Valuable Special Teams Player...named all-area and a Region 1 All-Star...honorable mention all-state...hit 12 of 18 field goal attempts, including a school-record 47-yard kick, as a senior...helped high team to a state title in 2005 and a state runner-up finish in 2007...Academic All-State...earned three varsity letters...High School Coach: Kirk Kennedy.

LINEBACKER Lexington, Ky. (Paul L. Dunbar)

2009: Played in 10 games...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...2008: Saw action in five games...had four tackles, including three solo stops...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...Personal: Accounting major...born 2/13/90...son of Walter and Darby Koteff...High School: Kentucky All-Star at Paul L. Dunbar High School...named team captain, Defensive MVP and Best Linebacker in 2007...selected team’s Outstanding Junior Defensive Player in 2006...first team all-city performer as a senior...recorded 224 tackles, including 21 tackles for loss, in final two seasons...earned three football letters... High School Coach: David Hensley. YEAR 2008 2009 Career

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WIDE RECEIVER Chula Vista, Calif. (Eastlake)

REC. 13

72

YDS. 112

AVG. 8.6

PETE MATTINGLY 6-5, 290, Jr.

TD 0

OFFENSIVE GUARD Zionsville, Ind. (Cathedral)

2009: Starting offensive guard in all 12 games...key performer on an offensive unit that led the PFL in total offense and ranked second in the league in both rushing offense and scoring offense...2008: Played in six games, including five as a starter... helped the Bulldogs rank third in the PFL in both scoring offense and total offense...Personal: Secondary Education major... born 9/24/89...son of Butler golf coach Bill Mattinglyand Maureen Sullivan...High School: Honorable mention all-state offensive lineman at Cathedral High School... team captain and first team all-city...named to the Indianapolis Star Super Team... chosen team’s Offensive Lineman of the Year...helped high school team to a state title in 2006 and the state semifinals in 2007...Academic All-State performer...earned two varsity football letters...High School Coach: Jim O’Hara. 11

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EDDIE McHALE 6-2, 190, Sr.

2009: Played in all 12 games, including 11 as a starter... finished third on the squad and tenth in the PFL in receiving yards per game...third on the team in receptions...matched his career-high with seven catches at Franklin...had five receptions for a season-high 83 yards against Drake...2008: Saw action in 10 games...finished third on the team in receptions, second in receiving yards, and tied for third in scoring...had a career-high seven catches for 63 yards and a touchdown against Albion...caught four passes for a career-high 100 yards and two touchdowns at Valparaiso...had a career-long 54-yard reception for a TD at Valparaiso...grabbed a 19-yard TD pass against Morhead State...2007: Played in 10 games in initial season with the Bulldogs...had a season-best three catches at Drake...transfer from Ohio University (didn’t play football at Ohio)...Personal: Biology major...born 9/22/87...son of Kevin and Teri McHale...High School: Two-sport athlete at St. Xavier High School...earned three varsity football letters as T a wide receiver...had 35 receptions as a senior...helped lead St. Xavier to a two-year record of 26-1, two conference titles and a state championship, 2004-05...earned three letters in track...High School Coach: Steve Specht. YEAR 2007 2008 2009 Total

REC. 9 30 38 77

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YDS. 53 366 493 912

AVG. 5.9 12.2 13.0 11.8

TD 0 6 3 9

JACK McKENNA 6-0, 180, Jr.

ST 2 31 33

AT 6 11 17

TT 8 42 50

FOR LOSS 0-0 1-1 1-1

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BOB OLSZEWSKI 6-1, 210, Sr.

INT. 0-0 3-30 3-30

BREAKUPS 0 5 5

LINEBACKER LaGrange, Ill. (Lyons Township)

2009: Named Butler’s “Unsung Hero” (Scout Team Player of the Year) on defense...played in all 12 games...recorded first career tackle at Franklin...2008: Saw action in one game...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...2007: Did not see varsity action in his first season at Butler...named to the Pioneer Football League Academic Honor Roll...Personal: Criminology major... born 10/18/88...son of Bob and Robin Olszewski...High School: All-conference linebacker at Lyons Township High School...team captain and All-Area performer as a senior...had 87 tackles, including eight quarterback sacks, in 2006...member of 9-0 Lyons Township squad in 2004...named Academic All-Conference...earned two varsity football letters...High School Coach: Jack Derning. YEAR 2009

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ST 1

AT 0

TT 1

FOR LOSS SACKS 0-0 0-0

FR 0

JEFF POSS 5-8, 230, Jr.

DEFENSIVE END Salt Lake City, Utah (Scripps Ranch, Calif.)

2009: Saw action in all 12 games, including 10 as a starter... finished seventh on the team in tackles...wound up 15th in the PFL in tackles among defensive linemen...fifth on the team in quarterback sacks...had a season-high six tackles against both Dayton and Drake...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...2008: Played in all 11 games...tied for second on the team in tackles for loss (6.5)...had a career-high seven tackles, including a career-best three tackles for loss, at Campbell...recorded first career quarterback sack against Drake...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...2007: Did not see varsity action in his first season with the Bulldogs...named to the Pioneer Football League Academic Honor Roll...Personal: Marketing major...born 5/7/89... son of Brad and Connie Poss...High School: Two-way starter at Scripps Ranch High School in San Diego, Calif California...team captain as a senior...named high school team’s Defensive Lineman of the Year in 2006...earned first team all-conference recognition as a tight end...set a school record with three fumble recoveries in a game...earned Scholar-Athlete and All-Academic Team recognition...received three varsity football letters...High School Coach: Sergio Diaz. YEAR 2008 2009 Career

ST 12 24 36

DEFENSIVE BACK Elmwood Park, Ill. (Rochester)

2009: Named Butler’s Most Improved Player...starter in all 12 games...tied for second on the team in pass interceptions... led the team in pass breakups...tied for 10th in the PFL in passes defended...finished sixth on the team in tackles... had a pass interception on the final play of the 2009 Gridiron Classic to seal Butler’s first postseason victory...recorded a career-high seven tackles, all solo, and a pass theft in Butler’s victory over Dayton...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...2008: Saw action in all 11 games...had a season-high three tackles at Campbell...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...2007: Did not see varsity action...named to the Pioneer Football League Academic Honor Roll...Personal: Exploratory LAS major...born 5/25/89...son of John and Kathy McKenna...High School: Two-year all-conference and all-area performer at St. Patrick’s High School...team MVP...two-year Academic All-State...earned varsity letters in football, basketball and baseball...All-Area baseball player...received IHSA Scholastic Achievement Awards in three sports... High School Coach: Dan Galante. YEAR 2008 2009 Career

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WIDE RECEIVER Cincinnati, Ohio (St. Xavier/Ohio)

AT 8 17 25

TT 20 41 61

FOR LOSS SACKS 6.5-17 1-8 7.5-19 3-13 14-36 4-21

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JORDAN RIDLEY 5-11, 230, So.

FR 0 0 0

LINEBACKER Indianapolis, Ind. (Lawrence Central)

2009: Saw action in all 12 games...finished 10th on the squad in tackles...second on the team in tackles for loss and tied for third on the squad in quarterback sacks...had a career-high six tackles in Butler’s victory at Dayton...recorded a pair of quarterback sacks at Morehead State...came up with first career pass interception against Davidson...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...Personal: Science Technology major...born 6/29/91...son of Damon and Marta Ridley...High School: All-time leading tackler (360) at Lawrence Central High School...recorded 153 tackles as a senior, including 20 tackles for loss...All-Conference and All-County performer as a senior...named to the IFCA Top 50 All-State Team...Region 7 All-Star...selected to play in the North/South AllStar Game...two-time team captain...four-year Scholar-Athlete...four-year football letterwinner...High School Coach: Jayson West. YEAR 2009

ST 20

AT 16

TT 36

FOR LOSS SACKS 8.5-35 4-22

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RYAN SECRIST 6-4, 275, Sr.

FR 1

OFFENSIVE LINE Rochester, Ind. (Rochester)

2009: Missed the entire season with injury...2008: Butler’s starting center in the first five games, before being sidelined by injury...helped the Bulldogs rank third in the PFL in both scoring offense and total offense...2007: Played in nine games in initial season with the Bulldogs...starting center in Butler’s final eight games...Personal: Computer science major...born 1/16/89...son of Jeff and Sherri Secrist...High School: Two-way starter at Rochester High School...earned All-State honors as an offensive lineman in 2006...selected to play in the 2007 Indiana North-South All-Star Football Game...named the Outstanding Offensive Lineman on the 2006 All-Region squad...chosen team’s defensive MVP as a senior...All-State defensive end as a junior...high school team’s Outstanding Defensive Lineman in 2005 and Outstanding Offensive Lineman in 2004...two-year first team All-Conference pick... earned three football letters...High School Coach: Mark Miller.

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TYLER SKAGGS 6-2, 240, Sr.

2009: Saw action in 10 games, including seven as a starter...first collegiate tackle was a tackle for loss against Hanover...2008: Played in one game...2007: Played in Butler’s first two games...2006: Did not see varsity action in his first season at Butler...Personal: Psychology major...born 8/24/87...son of Tom and Shari Skaggs...High School: Two-year starter at Warsaw High School...four-time team Player of the Week...Scholar-Athlete Award recipient...basketball and rugby letterwinner...helped rugby team to semi-state in 2006...earned two varsity football letters...High School Coach: Troy Akers. YEAR 2009

ST 1

AT 3

TT 4

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DEFENSIVE LINE Winona Lake, Ind. (Warsaw)

FOR LOSS SACKS 0.5-1 0-0

FR 0

MIKE STANIEWICZ 6-5, 290, Sr.

LOGAN SULLIVAN 6-0, 195, Jr.

AT 3 16 19

TT 8 38 46

FOR LOSS 0.5-1 1-1 1.5-2

TT 20 29 49

FOR LOSS SACKS 1.5-3 0 4-14 2-8 5.5-17 2-8

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JACE TENNANT 6-1, 215, So.

FR 0 0 0

DEFENSIVE END Champaign, Ill. (Central)

ST 10

AT 6

TT 16

FOR LOSS SACKS 4.5-19 5-17

90

LARRY THOMAS 5-10, 250, Jr.

FR 0

DEFENSIVE BACK Winston-Salem, N.C. (Horizon, Ariz.)

2009: Played in all 12 games, including four as a starter... finished ninth on the team in tackles...second on the squad in pass breakups...had a career-high seven tackles against Valparaiso...came up with first career pass interception in Butler’s title-clinching victory over Drake...scored two points on a PAT run at Morehead State to tie the game and send it into overtime...2008: Saw action in all 11 games...had a season-high three tackles at Campbell...recorded first career fumble recovery at Valparaiso...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...2007: Did not see varsity action in his first season with the Bulldogs...named to the Pioneer Football League Academic Honor Roll...Personal: Biology major...born 7/3/89...son of Pat and Cindy Sullivan...High School: All-State defensive back at Horizon High School in Scottsdale, Arizona...named defensive captain as a senior...Co-MVP and Most Valuable Defensive Back in 2006...earned All-Region honors as a senior...helped high school squad to a 10-2 record in 2005... three-year varsity starter...posted 280 total tackles, including 34 tackles for loss...four career pass interceptions...three-time AIA Scholar Athlete Award winner...earned three varsity football letters...High School Coach: Steve Casey. ST 5 22 27

AT 13 20 33

2009: Played in all 12 games...finished second on the team in quarterback sacks...ranked 19th in the PFL in sacks...... recorded first collegiate sack at Franklin...had a pair of quarterback sacks against Hanover...had a career-high three tackles against Albion and Franklin...named to the PFLAcademic Honor Roll...Personal: Finance major...born 7/16/10...son of Mike and Judy Tennant...High School: Two-way starter at defensive end and offensive guard at Champaign Central High School...earned first team All-Conference honors on defense and second team All-Conference recognition on offense...two-year All-Area pick...team captain in 2008...had 56 tackles as a senior...Scholar-Athlete Award winner...helped high school squad to the state playoffs in 2007 and 2008... High School Coach: Dave Jacobs. YEAR 2009

YEAR 2008 2009 Career

ST 7 9 16

OFFENSIVE TACKLE Hebron, Ind. (Lowell)

2009: Second team All-PFL offensive lineman...starting offensive tackle in all 12 games...helped the Bulldogs lead the PFL in total offense and rank second in both rushing offense and scoring offense...named second team Academic All-PFL... selected to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...2008: Starting offensive tackle in all 11 games...helped the Bulldogs rank third in the PFL in both scoring offense and total offense...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...2007: Starting offensive lineman in Butler’s first 10 games...missed Butler’s final game at Jacksonville with injury...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...Personal: Finance major...born 3/12/89...son of April Staniewicz...High School: Two-time All-State offensive tackle at Lowell High School...named to the Hammond Times and the Gary Post-Tribune All-Area teams on offense...earned second team All-Area recognition on defense...two-year all-conference performer...named to the North team for the 2006 IFCA North-South All-Star game...team captain in 2006...helped lead Lowell to a state title in 2005... Academic All-State and Academic All-Conference performer...earned four varsity football letters...High School Coach: Kirk Kennedy.

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DEFENSIVE TACKLE Sammamish, Wash. (Eastlake)

2009: Saw action in all 12 games, including four as a starter... recorded a career-high five tackles against San Diego...2008: Played in all 11 games...had a season-high four tackles against Morehead State and Jacksonville...Personal: MIS and Marketing major...born 10/2/89...son of Greg and Joan Teare...High School: Two-way starter at Eastlake High School...first team all-league offensive guard in 2007...HM all-league defensive tackle in 2006 and 2007...MVP of the 2007 Big Kahuna Linemen Challenge...had 81 tackles, including 17 tackles for loss, as a senior...helped high school squad to a 28-6 record over three seasons...four-year Scholar-Athlete...earned three football letters...High School Coach: Gene Dales. YEAR 2008 2009 Career

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ROSS TEARE 6-1, 290, Jr.

INT. 0-0 1-10 1-10

BREAKUPS 0 4 4

DEFENSIVE TACKLE West Chester, Ohio (St. Xavier)

2009: Saw action in 11 games...finished sixth on the team in tackles for loss...recorded a career-high five tackles in Butler’s Gridiron Classic victory over Central Connecticut State...had four tackles, including a quarterback sack, at Campbell...2008: Played in all 11 games...had a season-high two tackles in five different games...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll... Personal: Economics major...born 11/24/89...son of Karen and Larry Thomas Sr. ...High School: Earned three varsity letters as a defensive lineman at St. Xavier High School...helped high school team to state championships in 2005 and 2007... played on teams that compiled a three-year record of 40-2, including 15-0 marks in 2005 and 2007, and won three consecutive conference titles...High School Coach: Steve Sprecht. YEAR 2008 2009 Career

ST 5 8 13

AT 8 9 17

TT 13 17 30

FOR LOSS SACKS 2-18 2-18 5.5-18 1-2 7.5-36 3-20

FR 0 0 0

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CARTER WALLEY 6-3, 245, So.

2009: Played in all 12 games, including 11 as a starter...scored first collegiate touchdown on a 16-yard pass for Butler’s final score (and eventual game-winner) at Dayton...had a career-high two receptions at Dayton...2008: Did not see varsity action in his first season with the Bulldogs...Personal: Marketing major...born 10/3/89...son of Jill Stewart-Walley and Chris Walley...High School: All-State tight end at Rochester High School...two-year team captain...first team all-conference as a senior...HM all-conference as a junior... Junior All-State punter...helped high school squad to a pair of conference titles... HM all-conference performer in basketball...earned three varsity football letters... High School Coach: Mark Miller. YEAR 2009

REC. 5

YDS. 42

AVG. 8.4

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TIGHT END Peru, Ind. (Rochester)

TD 1

ZACH WATKINS 6-2, 205, Jr.

REC. 28 78 106

YDS. 329 918 1247

AVG. 11.8 11.8 11.8

RYAN WEBB 6-3, 235, So.

TD 0 10 10

DEFENSIVE END Batavia, Ill. (Batavia)

2009: Played in 10 games as a tight end...had one reception for two yards at Albion...Personal: Marketing major...born 8/31/90...son of Ken and Dawn Webb...High School: AllConference and All-Area performer at Batavia High School... team captain as a senior...helped high school squad to a 12-2 record and a state runner-up finish in 2006...All-Conference hurdler on high school track squad...earned four varsity letters each in football and track...High School Coach: Mike Gaspari. 14

YDS. 2378

AVG. 37.7

LONG 69

Additional Returning Players 63

NICK ATKINSON OFFENSIVE LINE 6-2, 270, R-So. Kokomo, Ind. (Western) 2009: Played in Butler’s first four games...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...2008: Did not see varsity action during his initial season with the Bulldogs... Personal: Psychology major...born 8/25/89...son of Scott Atkinson...High School: Three-year -year starter as an offensive lineman at Western High School...two-year team captain...two-year HM all-conference performer...helped high school squad to a 9-4 record and a sectional championship in 2007...Academic All-State as a senior... earned three varsity football letters..High School Coach: Alix Engle.

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MATT BENSON RUNNING BACK 6-2, 215, R-Fr. Traverse City, Mich. (St. Francis) 2009: Did not see varsity action during his initial season with the Bulldogs...Personal: Business major...born 12/13/90...son of Charles and Barbara Benson... High School: All-Conference tight end at Travers City St. Francis High School... has 22 receptions for 501 yards and 10 touchdowns...earned nine varsity letters in three sports...three-year team captain and All-State performer on high school rugby team...High School Coaches: Josh Sellers/Greg Vaughan.

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WIDE RECEIVER Chicago, Ill. (St. Ignatius)

2009: First team All-PFL wide receiver...led the PFL in receptions (78) and finished fourth in the league in receiving yards (918)...set a Butler single season record for receptions...posted the fourth-highest single season total for receiving yards in Butler history...starter in all 12 games...led the Bulldogs in receiving and tied for the team lead in scoring...tied for fifth in the PFL in scoring with 10 touchdowns...matched the second-highest single game total for receptions in Butler history with 13 catches (for 130 yards and two touchdowns) against Morehead State...posted the fifth-highest single game total for receiving yards in Butler history with a career-high 183 yards (on seven catches) against Albion...had three touchdown receptions and a season-long 62-yard catch at Albion...caught 11 passes for 109 yards and a touchdown in Butler’s title-clinching victory over Drake...had at least two receptions in each of Butler’s 12 games...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...2008: Played in eight games...finished fourth on the team in receptions and receiving yards...had the team’s longest reception with a 63-yard catch against Dayton...had a season-high seven receptions against both Jacksonville and Davidson...caught five passes for a season-high 100 yards against Dayton...Personal: Psychology major...born 4/26/90...son of Steven and Jocelyn Watkins...High School: Two-way starter as a wide receiver and free safety at St. Ignatius High School...earned All-Catholic League recognition...high school team’s MVP...caught 32 passes for 860 yards (23.2 ypr) and seven touchdowns...recorded 118 tackles and four pass interceptions for 178 yards...earned three varsity football letters...High School Coach: Tony Harris. YEAR 2008 2009 Career

PUNTER Grand Rapids, Mich. (East Grand Rapids)

2009: Butler’s Special Teams Most Valuable Player...honorable mention All-PFL punter...ranked seventh in the PFL in punting average...led the league in number of punts inside the 20-yard line (29)...dropped four punts inside the 20-yard line in Butler’s victory at Dayton...had seven punts of 50 or more yards with a long punt of 69 yards against Davidson...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...2008: Joined the Bulldogs during spring practice...transfer from the U. S. Naval Academy...Personal: Economics major...born 1/18/90...son of Craig and Laurie Wilson...High School: Three-year All-Conference and All-Area placekicker at East Grand Rapids High School...helped high school squad to backto-back state championships in 2005 and 2006...named to the 2007 Dream Team... set a Michigan state high school record for most PATs (179)...averaged 41.0 yards as a punter in 2007...honor student...High School Coach: Peter Stuursma. YEAR 2009

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MICHAEL WILSON 6-0, 180, So.

CALVIN BLAIR QUARTERBACK 6-2, 210, R-So. Grand Rapids, Mich. (East Grand Rapids) 2009: Saw action in Butler’s first four games...completed 12 of 17 passes (.706) for 77 yards...threw an eight-yard touchdown pass in Butler’s victory over Hanover and a 10-yard scoring pass in the Bulldogs’ win at Franklin...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...2008: Did not see varsity action for the Bulldogs...named to the Pioneer Football League Academic Honor Roll...Personal: Business exploratory major...born 4/12/90...son of Brad and Sherry Blair...High School: Two-year starting quarterback at East Grand Rapids High School...helped lead high school team to back-to-back Michigan Division 3 state championships...HM all-state...team captain as a senior...earned all-conference and all-area recognition...passed for 1,100 yards and 11 touchdowns in 2007...helped high school basketball team to a state runner-up finish...earned two varsity letters each in football and basketball... High School Coach: Peter Stuursma.

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CHRIS BURNS DEFENSIVE BACK 5-9, 190, So. Aurora, Ill. (Waubonsee Valley) 2009: Saw action in one varsity game (Hanover)...2008: Did not see varsity action in his initial season at Butler...Personal: Marketing major...born 1/16/90... son of George and Marci Burns...High School: All-Conference defensive back at Waubonsee Valley High School...honorable mention all-city performer as a senior... earned two varsity football letters...High School Coach: Paul Murphy.

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JOSH DORFMAN OFFENSIVE LINE 6-0, 260, Jr. Durham, N.C. (C. E. Jordan) 2009: Played in Butler’s first three games...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...2008: Did not see varsity action...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...2007: Did not see varsity action in his initial season with the Bulldogs... Personal: Finance major...born 4/5/89...son of Jay and Heide Dorfman...High School: Two-year starting center at C. E. Jordan High School...team captain... named All-Conference and All-Area as a senior...chosen high school squad’s Most Valuable Offensive Lineman in 2006...set a school record for the highest single season blocking percentage...helped lead high school squad to a 30-5 record and two conference titles in three season...earned three varsity football letters...High School Coach: Mike Briggs.

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SEAN GRADY DEFENSIVE BACK 5-10, 180, R-Fr. Geneva, Ill. (Geneva) 2009: Did not see varsity action in first season with the Bulldogs...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...Personal: Education major...born 8/10/91...son of Brian and Maureen Grady...High School: Two-year all-conference defensive back at Geneva High School...team captain as a senior...recorded 94 tackles and three pass interceptions...helped high school squad to a 24-2 record, a pair of conference championships and a state runner-up finish over two seasons... earned two varsity letters each in football, basketball and baseball...High School Coach: Rob Wicinski.

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DAN HABER DEFENSIVE BACK 6-0, 175, R-Fr. Calabasas, Calif. (Chaminade Prep) 2009: Chosen Butler’s Special Teams “Unsung Hero” (Scout Team Player of the Year)...did not see varsity action in first season with the Bulldogs...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...Personal: Business major...born 4/2/91...son of Rosemary Haber and Mitchell Haber...High School: Four-year Scholar-Athlete Award winner... recorded 32 tackles and eight pass breakups as a senior...earned varsity letters in football, basketball, baseball and volleyball...baseball team captain...High School Coach: Anthony Harris.

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TAYLOR HARRIS DEFENSIVE TACKLE T 6-5, 290, Jr. Logansport, Ind. (Logansport) 2009: Did not see varsity action...2008: Did not see varsity action...2007: Did not see varsity action in his first season at Butler...Personal: Business major... born 3/1/89...son of Devon and Brenda Harris...High School: Two-year starting defensive tackle at Logansport High School...earned all-conference honors as a senior...recorded 63 tackles and five quarterback sacks over two seasons... helped Logansport to a two-year record of 20-3 and a pair of conference titles... Scholar-Athlete award recipient...earned two football letters...High School Coach: Raymond Kramer.

Captains Corner Offensive guard Donnie Gilmore and defensive back Tadd Dombart were named captains for the 2010 Bulldogs, by a vote of their teammates. Gilmore, a fifth-year senior, has started every Butler game for the past three seasons, while Dombart has played in 33 games over the past three years, including 24 as a starter.

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SCOTT HARVEY WIDE RECEIVER 6-3, 190, R-Fr. Carmel, Ind. (Westfield) 2009: Did not see varsity action in his initial season at Butler...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...Personal: Finance major...born 10/8/90...son of Bart and Jayne Harvey...High School: Starting quarterback at Westfield High School... set a single season record for passing yards with 1,683 in 2008...had 15 passing touchdowns and five rushing TDs as a senior...Westfield Male Athlete of the Year in 2008-09...IHSAA Student-Athlete Role Model nominee...team captain...earned All-Conference and Academic All-State recognition...helped Westfield to a 10-3 record and a sectional championship in 2007...all-conference performer on high school’s golf team...three-year letterwinner in both football and golf...High School Coach: Bo Belden.

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TOM JUDGE QUARTERBACK 6-2, 190, R-Fr. Elmhurst, Ill. (York) 2009: Did not see varsity action in his initial season at Butler...Personal: Undecided major...born 11/6/90...son of Robert and Mary Judge...High School: All-Conference quarterback at York High School...finished second on the school’s single season and career lists for passing yards...team captain and MVP...helped lead York to an 8-3 record and a conference championship in 2007...earned all-confrence honors as a guard on high school’s basketball team...earned two varsity letters each in football, basketball and baseball...High School Coach: Bill Lech.

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T. J. LUKASIK DEFENSIVE BACK 5-8, 180, So. Lowell, Ind. (Lowell) 2009: Did not see varsity action...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...2008: Did not see varsity action in his first season with the Bulldogs...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...Personal: Education major...born 5/25/90...son of Tim and Donna Lukasik...High School: All-State defensive back at Lowell High School... two-year all-conference and all-area performer...named a Region 1 All-Star in 2007... selected to play for the North team in the IFCA North-South All-Star Game...had 78 tackles and five pass interceptions as a senior...72 tackles and six interceptions in 2006...had nearly 900 yards as a punt and kick return specialist in two seaons... helped high school squad to a state title in 2005 and a state runner-up finish in 2007...earned three-varsity football letters...High School Coach: Kirk Kennedy.

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BOBBY McDONALD DEFENSIVE BACK 6-0, 190, R-Fr. Orland Park, Ill. (Providence Catholic) 2009: Did not see varsity action in his first season with the Bulldogs...Personal: Business major...born 10/18/90...son of Bob and Nancy McDonald...High School: Earned three varsity letters as a defensive back and tailback at Providence Catholic High School...special mention All-Area performer in 2008...finished third on the team in tackles with 79 as a senior...had a team-high five touchdowns as a junior... helped high school team to the state semifinals in 2006 and 2008 and the state quarterfinals in 2007...two-year member of the high school track squad...High School Coach: Mark Coglianese.

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RYAN MYERS OFFENSIVE LINE 6-2, 285, So. Fort Wayne, Ind. (Bishop Dwenger) 2009: Saw action in Butler’s first three games...2008: Did not see varsity action... Personal: Accounting major...born 1/3/89...son of Mark and Julia Myers...High School: Four-sport athlete at Bishop Dwenger High School...first team all-conference offensive lineman...helped lead high school team to back-to-back conference championships and a pair of regional titles...earned three varsity football letters... received varsity letters in track, rugby and wrestling...High School Coach: Chris Svarczkopf.

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ALEX PERRITT LINEBACKER 6-1, 215, R-Fr. Whiteland, Ind. (Whiteland) 2009: Did not see varsity action in his first season at Butler...Personal: Biology major...born 2/8/91...son of Dan and Robin Perritt...High School: Honorable mention All-State performer at Whiteland High School...helped high school team to an 11-1 record and a conference championship as a senior...earned All-Conference and All-Metro South honors...named an All-Conference Scholar...recorded 84 tackles, had five pass interceptions and scored two defensive touchdowns as a senior... conference champ in the 100 meter dash...High School Coach: Darrin Fisher.

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DOUG PETTY OFFENSIVE LINE 6-4, 220, R-Fr. Indianapolis, Ind. (Southport) 2009: Did not see varsity action in his initial season at Butler...Personal: Biology/PreMed major...born 10/2/90...son of Jack and Becky Petty...High School: Third team All-State offensive lineman...earned Academic All-State honors...All-Conference and honorable mention All-County as a senior...team captain and Southport Lineman of the Year in 2008...helped Southport to a 9-2 record, a conference championship and a fourth place finish in state as a senior...earned three varsity letters in football and one in track...High School Coach: Bill Peebles.

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ANDREW PRATT DEFENSIVE BACK 5-10, 180, Jr. Ridge Farm, Ill. (Georgetown-Ridge Farm) 2009: Played in Butler’s first two games...credited with a pass breakup against Albion...2008: Did not see varsity action...2007: Did not see varsity action... named a 2007 Josten’s Scholar-Athlete...Personal: Business/Finance major... born 10/23/88...son of Kimberly Pratt...High School: All-conference quarterback at Georgetown-Ridge Farm High School...team captain as a senior...helped lead high school squad to a 9-3 record in 2006...earned all-conference honors in track... High School Coach: Jason Baccadutre.

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MIKE ROSE DEFENSIVE BACK 6-2, 200, R-Fr. Canton, Mich. (Plymouth) 2009: Did not see varsity action in his first season at Butler...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...Personal: Business major...born 11/28/90...son of Francine Rose...High School: All-Conference safety at Plymouth High School...helped high school squad to a Division championship as a senior...earned All-Conference honors on high school baseball squad...High School Coach: Mike Sawchuk.

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LUCAS RUSKE QUARTERBACK 6-1, 190, R-Fr. Wilmette, Ill. (Loyola Academy) 2009: Did not see varsity action...Personal: Undecided major...born 7/15/91... son of Gary and Elizabeth Ruske...High School: All-Conference and All-Area quarterback at Loyola Academy...named MVP of the Chicago Prep Bowl after leading Loyola to the championship...helped high school squad to an 11-3 record and the state playoffs in 2008...compiled 2,480 yards in total offense (1,436 passing/1,044 rushing) as a senior...first quarterback in school history to rush for more than 1,000 yards...had 13 rushing touchdown and 15 passing TDs...Academic All-State and Scholar-Athlete award recipient...High School Coach: John Holecek.

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NICK SCHIRMANN OFFENSIVE LINE 6-1, 275, So. Cincinnati, Ohio (Anderson) 2009: Played in five of Butler’s first six games...Personal: Business major...born 3/26/91...son of Mike and Patty Schirmann...High School: All-State offensive lineman...helped lead Anderson to a 13-2 record and a state championship in 2007 and a 12-3 mark and a state runner-up finish in 2008...two-year team captain...twoyear All-Conference, All-City and All-District performer...received Anthony Munoz Foundation DII Offensive Lineman of the Year Award as a senior...earned three varsity football letters...High School Coach: Jeff Giesting.

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CHARLIE SCHMELZER TIGHT END 6-7, 255, So. Bloomington, Ill. (Bloomington) 2009: Played in Butler’s first three games and in four total contests...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...2008: Saw action in one game...named to the Pioneer Football League Academic Honor Roll...Personal: Recording Industry Studies major...born 10/30/89...son of Rigo and Linda Schmelzer...High School: All-conference tight end at Bloomington High School...team’s leading receiver as a senior...earned squad’s Most Improved Offensive Player Award...IHSA ScholarAthlete...earned two varsity letters each in football and basketball...High School Coach: Rigo Schmelzer.

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PAUL SCIORTINO OFFENSIVE LINE 6-1, 265, R-Fr. Wilmette, Ill. (Loyola Academy) 2009: Did not see varsity action in his first season with the Bulldogs...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...Personal: Business major...born 6/30/91...son of Bill and Celeste Sciortino...High School: Two-year starting offensive lineman...team captain and second team All-Chicago Catholic League Blue in 2008...helped high school team to an 11-3 record, a Chicago Prep Bowl championship and the state playoffs as a senior...played on 9-4 state playoff squad in 2007...started final 27 games of prep career...All-Conference performer in baseball...earned two varsity letters each in football and baseball...High School Coach: John Holecek.

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BRENDAN SHANNON WIDE RECEIVER 5-11, 190, R-Fr. Lombard, Ill. (Montini Catholic) 2009: Did not see varsity action during his initial season with the Bulldogs...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...Personal: Undecided major...born 1/10/91... son of Jerry and Teri Shannon...High School: All-Conference wide receiver at Montini Catholic High School...team captain as a senior...helped high school squad to a conference title and the state quarterfinals in 2008...tied the second-highest single game reception total in school history with 11 catches against Sacred Heart in 2008...High School Coach: Chris Andriano.

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MATT STOREY OFFENSIVE LINE 6-3, 275, So. St. Louis, Mo. (St. Louis University H.S.) 2009: Played in Butler’s first three games and in four total contests...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...Personal: Mechanical Engineering/Math major...born 7/21/91...son of Jim and Margaret Storey...High School: Second team All-State offensive lineman at St. Louis University High School...two-year All-Conference performer...team captain...All-State, team MVP and Forward of the Year on high school Rugby team...member of the high school wrestling squad...High School Coach: Gary Kornfeld.

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DAVID THOMAS RUNNING BACK 5-9, 185, R-Fr. Chicago, Ill. (North Shore Country Day) 2009: Named Butler’s Offensive “Unsung Hero” (Scout Team Player of the Year)... did not see varsity action in his first season with the Bulldogs...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll...Personal: Business major...born 10/20/90...son of David and Marie Thomas...High School: Two-year All-Conference running back at North Shore Country Day School...had nearly 1,200 rushing/receiving yards as a senior...scored 10 touchdowns in final high school season...two-year All-Conference performer on high school track team...earned three varsity letters in basketball and two each in football and track...High School Coach: Jim Deuble.

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BRETT THOMASTON PLACEKICKER/PUNTER 6-5, 205, So. Frankfort, Ill. (Lincoln-Way East) 2009: Played in five of Butler’s first six contests, handling kickoffs...Personal: Pre-Physical Therapy major...born 10/4/90...son of Jim and Kelly Thomaston...High School: Two-year All-Conference placekicker at Lincoln-Way East High School... prep squad’s Special Teams Player of the Year in 2008...helped high school squad to an 18-5 record over his final two seasons...kicked a school-record, 51-yard field goal as a senior, breaking his own record of 50 yards...hit on 13 of 20 field goal attempts in final two seasons...set school records for most PATs (9) and most field goals (3) in a game...High School Coach: Rob Zvonar.

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JEFF URCH TIGHT END 6-4, 250, R-Fr. Avon, Ind. (Avon) 2009: Did not see varsity action in his initial season with the Bulldogs...Personal: Undecided major...born 5/7/90...son of Scott Urch...High School: All-County tight end at Avon High School...earned All-Area recognition...team captain as a senior... helped lead Avon to a 9-3 record in 2008...earned three varsity letters in football and one in basketball...High School Coach: Dave Shelbourne.

Newcomers GREG AMBROSE, OL, 6-3, 275, Fr., Dayton, Ohio (Oakwood)...Three-year starting offensive lineman at Oakwood High School...named conference Lineman of the Year...first team All-Southwest Ohio...HM All-State...team captain as a senior... High School Coach: Paul Stone. BRYCE BERRY BERRY, DB, 6-2, 190, Fr., St. Charles, Ill. (St. Charles East)...AllConference and All-Area defensive back at St. Charles East High School...three-year team captain...tied for the team lead in interceptions (4) and finished second on the squad in tackles (68) as a senior...helped prep squad to a conference title and a fifth straight state playoffs appearance in 2009...team’s Black and Orange Award recipient for leadership, dedication and hard work...Academic All-Conference in both football and basketball...High School Coach: Mike Fields. JAY BRUMMEL, DB, 6-1, 210, R-Fr., Cedar Falls, Iowa (Cedar Falls/Iowa State)... Transfer from Iowa State where he sat out initial collegiate season as a redshirt... started one season at defensive back and one season at running back at Cedar Falls High School...2008 second team INA All-State selection...helped high school squad to a 12-2 record and a 4A state runner-up finish as a senior...played on 111 squad as a junior...four-year track and three-year wrestling letterwinner...High School Coaches: Pat Mitchell and Brad Remmert. DAVID BURKE, DB, 6-2, 180, Fr., Cincinnati, Ohio (Lakota West)...Two-year varsity starter at Lakota West High School...named Most Improved Varsity Defensive Player as a senior...second team All-Conference performer...helped high school squad to its first conference championship and a school-record nine wins in 2009... All-Academic Award winner...High School Coach: Larry Cox. BILL BUSCH, LB, 6-0, 238, Fr., St. Louis, Mo. (St. Louis Priory)...All-State linebacker at St. Louis Priory...named first team All-ABC League on defense...led high school squad in tackles in junior and senior seasons...helped lead St. Louis Priory to a 9-4 record and the state semifinals in 2009...played on high school teams that compiled a 26-10 record over three seasons...High School Coach: Marty Combs. JOHN CANNOVA, OL, 6-0, 260, Fr., Wheaton, Ill. (Benet Academy)...AllConference and All-Area offensive lineman at Benet Academy...team captain as a senior...three-year letterwinner on high school track and field squad...High School Coach: Gary Goforth.

JOSEPH CIANCIO, DB, 5-10, 190, Fr., Darien, Ill. (Downers Grove South)... All-Conference and honorable mention All-Area defensive back at Downers Grove South High School...team captain as a senior...had 92 tackles, including 11 tackles for loss in 2009...helped high school squad to back-to-back unbeaten conference championships and two straight trips to the IHSA 8A Playoffs...Academic All-State performer...High School Coach: John Belskis. CALEB CONWAY CONWAY, LB, 5-9, 190, Fr., River Forest, Ill. (Oak Park-River Forest)... Two-year letterwinner as a linebacker at Oak Park-River Forest High School... team captain as a senior...finished second on the team in tackles (69) as a senior...tied for the team lead in quarterback sacks (8) in 2009...earned Academic All-Conference recognition...sprinter on high school track squad...High School Coach: Jim Nudera. KEVIN COOK, DB, 6-1, 180, Fr., Fishers, Ind. (Hamilton Southeastern)...All-State defensive back at Hamilton Southeastern High School...three-time All-Conference and two-time All-County performer...team captain as a senior...recorded 11 career pass interceptions...had a school-record 100-yard kickoff return for a touchdown... member of high school’s lacrosse and baseball squads...High School Coach: Scott May. CHRISTIAN EBLE, LB, 5-11, 220, Fr., Naperville, Ill. (Neuqua Valley)...Most Valuable Defensive Lineman as a nose guard at Neuqua Valley High School in 2009...HM All-State...first team All-Conference and All-City as a senior...HM AllArea and All-Region...named a “Top 50” player by both the Chicago Tribune and the Chicago Daily Herald...recorded 50 tackles as a senior, including 22 tackles for loss and five quarterback sacks...earned Academic All-Conference honors...High School Coach: Bryan Wells. GREG EGAN, LB, 5-11, 180, Fr., Naperville, Ill. (Neuqua Valley)...Two-year starting safety at Neuqua Valley High School...team captain and HM All-Conference performer...recorded 54 tackles and scored one defensive touchdown as a senior... helped high school track squad to a state runner-up finish in 2009...High School Coach: Bryan Wells. BRANDON GRUBBE, RB, 5-11, 195, Fr., Lowell, Ind. (Lowell)...All-time leading rusher at Lowell High School...first team All-State running back in 2009...named to the Indiana Football Coaches Association (IFCA) “Top 50” as a senior...three-time first team All-Conference and first team All-Area performer...two-time Junior All-State pick...team captain and Most Valuable Player...helped lead high school squad to a 39-5 record, three conference championships and two state runner-up finishes in three seasons...received Top Scholar-Athlete Award in 2007...varsity letterwinner in basketball and baseball...High School Coach: Kirk Kennedy. TRAE HEETER, RB, 5-9, 185, Fr., Indianapolis, Ind. (Lawrence North)...All-State running back at Lawrence North High School...team captain, MVP and All-Conference as a senior...Junior All-State and HM All-Conference in 2008...rushed for 933 yards and nine TDs as a senior...scored 12 touchdowns as a junior...set a school record with a 99-yard kickoff return for a touchdown...Academic Scholar-Athlete...member of high school track and field squad...High School Coach: Tom Dilley. MATT HITTINGER, WR, 6-2, 180, Fr., Valparaiso, Ind. (Valparaiso)...Two-way starter as a wide receiver and defensive back at Valparaiso High School...threetime HM All-Area on both offense and defense...first team All-Conference...two-time HM All-State...IFCA Region One North-South All-Star...team captain, MVP and Mental Attitude Award winner...had 43 career receptions and seven career pass interceptions...helped team to a school record for victories (9) and a conference championship in 2008...High School Coach: Mark Hoffman. JAY HOWARD, OL, 6-4, 245, Fr., Dayton, Ohio (Oakwood)...Starting offensive lineman for 12-1 Dublin Coffman High School in 2009...part of the winningest class in school history with a three-year record of 32-5...team captain...second team All-Conference and All-District...selected to play in the North-South Ohio All-Star Classic...helped high school squad to a pair of conference championships, two district championships and one regional title...High School Coach: Mark Crabtree. 17

2010 Bulldogs KYLE JACHIM, WR, 6-0, 175, Fr., Chicago, Ill. (St. Rita)...Three-year starter at St. Rita High School...team captain and second team All-Conference as a senior... caught 33 passes for 622 yards and five TDs in 2009...three-year team punter...helped high school squad to the 2008 Chicago Catholic League championship, 2007 and 2009 Chicago Prep Bowl titles, and three straight trips to the state quarterfinals... High School Coach: Todd Kuska. DYLAN JOHNSON, TE, 6-3, 215, So., Bloomington, Ill. (Central Catholic/ Lindenwood)...Transferred to Butler from Lindenwood University...HM All-State and first team All-Area tight end at Bloomington Central Catholic High School...unanimous first team All-Conference pick as a senior...helped high school squad to a 14-0 record (first unbeaten mark in school history) and a Class 4A state championship in 2008...starter on 13-1 state runner-up squad in 2007...caught 40 passes for 800 yards and 12 TDs as a senior...High School Coach: Bob Moews. WADE MARKLEY, QB, 6-4, 210, Fr., Fort Wayne, Ind. (Dwenger)...HM All-State quarterback at Bishop Dwenger High School...team captain and All-Conference performer...earned team’s Coach’s Award...completed 91 of 175 passes for 1,616 yards and 17 touchdowns as a senior...had the fifth-highest passing total in Bishop Dwenger history and the sixth-highest total for TDs...helped lead high school squad to a 13-1 record and an unbeaten (9-0) conference championship in 2009...varsity letterwiner on teams that compiled a 27-2 record over his final two seasons...High School Coach: Chris Svarczkopf. JT MESCH, WR, 6-2, 185, Fr., Glen Ellyn, Ill. (Glenbard West)...All-Area wide receiver at Glenbard West High School...caught 38 passes for 671 yards and seven touchdowns and added four rushing TDs...helped high school squad to a 13-1 record and a state runner-up finish in 2009...played on team that compiled a 25-2 record over final two prep seasons...High School Coach: Chad Hetlet. ARTHUR MONACO, RB, 5-9, 175, Fr., Bloomingdale, Ill. (Lake Park)...All-State running back at Lake Park High School...Most Valuable Offensive Player in the Upstate Eight Conference and DuPage County scoring leader in 2009...team captain, All-Conference and All-Area...rushed for 1,138 yards and 15 touchdowns... compiled 2,150 all-purpose yards...added two punt return TDs, two kick return TDs and three receiving TDs...set a school record with a 99-yard kickoff return for a touchdown...helped Lake Park to a 7-1 conference record and an 8-3 overall mark in 2009...All-Conference performer on high school baseball squad...High School Coach: Andy Livingston. NICK NYKAZA, OL, 6-0, 235, Fr., Wilmette, Ill. (New Trier)...Three-year starting lineman at New Trier High School...named to the All-Central Suburban South Team as an offensive lineman...chosen as an IHSA Scholar Athlete...played on high school’s lacrosse team...High School Coach: Matt Irvin. DEREK O’CONNOR, WR, 6-0, 180, Fr., Bourbannais, Ill. (Bishop McNamara)... Two-year All-Conference performer at Bishop McNamara High School...played both wide receiver and quarterback...team captain and MVP as a senior...earned All-Area and Academic All-State honors in 2009...caught 37 passes, including nine touchdown catches as a junior...passed for more than 1000 yards and 14 TDs as a senior...four-year varsity starter on high school’s basketball squad (two-time MVP and All-Area performer)...High School Coach: Rich Zinanni. CHARLES PERRECONE, OL, 6-2, 285, Fr., Roselle, Ill. (Lake Park)...Two-way starter as an offensive guard and defensive tackle at Lake Park High School...team captain and All-Conference performer as a senior...recorded 71 tackles, including 9.5 tackles for loss and three quarterback sacks...helped high school squad to an 8-3 record in 2009...High School Coach: Andy Livingston. LOGAN PERRY, LB, 5-11, 205, Fr., Columbus, Ind. (Columbus East)...Two-time All-Area linebacker at Columbus East High School...team captain and Defensive Skill Player of the Year in 2009...finished 11th on the all-time Columbus East list for tackles (167)...helped high school team to a three-year 34-4 record and three consecutive conference championships...had unbeaten regular seasons in 2008 and 2009...Academic Letterman...High School Coach: Bob Gaddis. 18

PHILLIP POWELL, LB, 6-2, 210, Fr., Indianapolis, Ind. (Lawrence Central)... All-County linebacker at Lawrence Central High School...team captain and second team All-Conference pick...named Lawrence Central Male Athlete of the Year in in 2009-10...recorded 203 tackles and 10 quarterback sacks...three-year varsity starter...two-time All-County baseball player...High School Coach: Jayson West. JOEY PURZE, WR, 6-0, 195, Fr., Clayton, Mo. (Clayton)...Two-year starter as a wide receiver at Clayton High School...two-time HM All-Conference...participated in the U.S. Army Combine...compiled 545 receiving yards in three seasons...member of high school’s golf team...High School Coach: Sam Horell. WILL SCHIERHOLZ, QB, 6-0, 215, Fr., St. Louis, Mo. (MICDS)...All-Conference quarterback at MICDS in 2009...passed for 1,648 yards and 20 touchdowns as a senior...had a quarterback rating of 115.687, the third-highest among all St. Louis Metro signal callers...helped high school squad to a 32-4 record, three conference titles, three district championships and one trip to the state finals in three seasons... two-time All-Conference performer and team MVP on high school baseball squad... High School Coach: Josh Smith. JIMMY SCHWABE, DB, 5-11, 190, Fr., Downers Grove, Ill. (Downers Grove South)...Two-year starter at Downers Grove South High School..missed all but three games of his senior season with injury...two-time team captain...helped high school squad to a pair of unbeaten conference championships...Academic All-Conference performer...High School Coach: John Belskis. JEREMY STEPHENS, DL, 6-1, 267, So., Indianapolis, Ind. (Lawrence Central)... Transfer from Thomas More College...played in nine games as a freshman at Thomas More and helped the team to an 11-1 season...recorded 22 tackles, including two quarterback sacks and four tackles for loss, in first collegiate season...earned three varsity letters as a defensive lineman at Lawrence Central High School... High School Coach: Jayson West. DON STEWART, DB, 5-10, 175, Fr., St. Louis, Mo. (Clayton)...Two-way starter as a defensive back and running back at Clayton High School...All-State defensive back as a senior...team captain, Most Valuable Offensive Back and Most Valuable Defensive Back in 2009...Most Valuable Linebacker as a junior...rushed for 1,030 yards and 12 touchdowns and racked up 139 tackles in final two seasons...sprinter on high school track squad...High School Coach: Sam Horell. JAYME SZAFRANSKI, DB, 6-1, 190, Fr., Barrington, Ill. (Fremd)...All-Conference and All-Area defensive back at Fremd High School...defensive captain and Defensive MVP as a senior...set a school record with 17 career turnovers (Int., FF, FR)...stands second on school’s all-time list for pass interceptions (8)...recorded 110 tackles and 18 pass knockdowns...helped high school squad to three consecutive conference championships and a three-year 30-5 record...named Academic All-State...High School Coach: Mike Donatucci. MIKE WENDAHL, OL, 6-5, 290, Jr., Valparaiso, Ind. (Valparaiso/Indianapolis)... Transfer from the University of Indianapolis...will sit out the 2010 season...two-time All-State offensive lineman at Valparaiso High School...named All-Conference and All-Area in junior and senior seasons...team captain in final prep season...chosen to play in the Indiana North-South All-Star game...earned three varsity letters in football... member of high school basketball team...High School Coach: Mark Hoffman. DANIEL WILSON, PK, 5-9, 198, Fr., Zionsville, Ind. (Zionsville)...Two-year letterwinner as a placekicker at Zionsville High School...tied a school record with a 44-yard field goal...earned Academic All-State recognition...High School Coach: Larry McWhorter. PAUL YANOW, LB, 6-0, 200, Fr., Cincinnati, Ohio (Sycamore)...Two-year ...Two-year leading ...T tackler at Sycamore High School...named high school team’s Interior Defensive Player of the Year in back-to-back seasons...two-year second team All-Conference...HM All-City as a senior...Sycamore Old Spice Player of the Year in 2009...chosen to play in the Ohio East-West All-Star Game...four-time Academic All-Conference honoree... two-year varsity letterwinner in baseball...High School Coach: Scott Datillo.

2009 Gridiron Classic Butler 28, Central Connecticut State 23

Safety Mark Giacomantonio (above) led Butler’s defensive effort against Central Connecticut State with a team-high 10 tackles.

Runningback Scott Gray (above) rushed for a teamhigh 88 yards and scored the Bulldogs’ first touchdown in the Gridiron Classic.

Quarterback Andrew Huck (above) scored the final of his three touchdowns to clinch Butler’s first postseason football victory.

Quarterback Andrew Huck (above) had over 200 yards in total offense and was named the Most Valuable Player of the 2009 Gridiron Classic.

Wide receiver Dan Bohrer (above) had a team-high seven receptions for 69 yards and defensive end Grant Hunter (left) added five tackles against CCSU.

Linebacker Nick Caldicott (above) had eight tackles in Butler’s winning effort in the 2009 Gridiron Classic.

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2010 Butler Roster Numerical Roster/ Pronunciation Guide 1 2 3 4 5 6-D 6-O 7-D 7-O 8 9-D 9-O 10 11 12 13 14 15-D 15-O 16 17-D 17-O 18 19 20 21-D 21-O 22 23-D 23-O 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31-D 31-O 32-D 32-O 33 34-D 34-O 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44

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Jordan Koopman Stuart Harvey Tom Judge Matt Foor Artis Hailey III Logan Sullivan Wade Markley Jimmy Schwabe (Shwab-ee) Jeff Larsen Ryan Hitchcock Andy Dauch (DOWK) Lucas Ruske (Russ-KEE) Andrew Huck Zach Watkins Matt Kobli (KOE-blee) T. J. Lukasik (Loo-CAY-sik) Nick Caldicott (KAL-dah-cott) Andrew Cottrell Will Schierholz (SHEER-holz) Mark Giacomantonio (JOK-ah-mon-TOE-nee-oh) Bryce Berry Scott Harvey Calvin Blair Joseph Ciancio (See-AHN-SEE-oh) Michael Wilson Chris Burns Joseph Purze (PURRS) Scott Gray David Burke David Thomas Andrew Pratt Jack McKenna Mike Rose Sean Grady Tadd Dombart Dan Haber Bobby McDonald Caleb Conway Brandon Grubbe (GROO-bee) Don Stewart Trae Heeter William Bork Jay Brummel Arthur Monaco David Lang Steven Depositar Jayme Szafranski (ZAH-fran-skee) Kevin Cook Brett Thomaston Matt Benson Bill Busch Phillip Powell Alex Perritt Greg Egan

NO. 66 63 17-D 40 18

NAME Greg Ambrose Nick Atkinson Bryce Barry Matt Benson Calvin Blair

POS. OL OL DB RB QB

HT. 6-3 6-2 6-2 6-2 6-2

WT. 275 280 190 220 205

YR. Fr. So. Fr. R-Fr. So.

HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL Dayton, Ohio/Oakwood Kokomo, Ind./Western St. Charles, Ill./St. Charles East Traverse City, Mich./St. Francis Grand Rapids, Mich./East Grand Rapids

33 34-D 23-D 21-D 41

William Bork** Jay Brummel David Burke Chris Burns Bill Busch

TE DB DB DB LB

6-1 6-1 6-2 5-9 6-0

225 210 180 180 238

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

Dyer, Ind./Lake Central Cedar Falls, Iowa/Cedar Falls/Iowa State Cincinnati, Ohio/Lakota West Aurora, Ill./Waubonsee Valley St. Louis, Mo./St. Louis Priory

14 71 19 95 31-D

Nick Caldicott** John Cannova Joseph Ciancio Taylor Clarkson* Caleb Conway

LB OL DB DT LB

6-1 6-0 5-10 6-2 5-9

225 260 190 275 190

Jr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr.

Oak Park, Ill./Fenwick Wheaton, Ill./Benet Academy Darien, Ill./Downers Grove South Fortville, Ind./Mt. Vernon River Forest, Ill./Oak Park-River Forest

38 46 15-D 9-D 36

Kevin Cook Rob Cosler** Andrew Cottrell* Andy Dauch** Steven Depositar*

DB DE LB CB RB

6-1 6-1 5-11 5-10 5-10

180 230 215 180 195

Fr. Sr. Jr. Jr. So.

Fishers, Ind./Hamilton Southeastern Winter Park, Fla./Winter Park West Chester, Ohio/Lakota W./Grand Valley Bloomfield Hills, Mich./Lahser Mishawaka, Ind./Penn

28 69 49 44 4

Tadd Dombart*** Josh Dorfman Christian Eble Greg Egan Matthew Foor*

CB OL LB LB DB

5-10 6-0 5-11 5-11 5-11

185 260 220 180 205

Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. So.

Cincinnati, Ohio/Lakota West Durham, N.C./C.E. Jordan Naperville, Ill./Neuqua Valley Naperville, Ill./Neuqua Valley West Chester, Ohio/Lakota West

16 64 27 22 31-O

Mark Giacomantonio** Donnie Gilmore*** Sean Grady Scott Gray*** Brandon Grubbe

SS OL CB RB RB

5-11 6-3 5-10 5-8 5-11

190 295 190 185 195

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

Carmel, Ind./Carmel Westphalia, Ind./North Knox Geneva, Ill./Geneva Lowell, Ind./Lowell/Ball State Lowell, Ind./Lowell

29 5 91 17-O 2

Dan Haber Artis Hailey III* Taylor Harris Scott Harvey Stuart Harvey*

CB LB DT WR WR

6-0 6-0 6-5 6-3 6-1

180 215 285 185 190

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

Calabasas, Calif./Chaminade Prep Hammond, Ind./Hammond Logansport, Ind./Logansport Carmel, Ind./Westfield Carmel, Ind./Westfield

32-O 8 86 53 67

Trae Heeter Ryan Hitchcock** Matt Hittinger Rob Hobson* Jay Howard

RB RB WR OL OL

5-9 5-7 6-2 6-4 6-4

185 200 180 280 245

Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr.

Indianapolis, Ind./Lawrence North Bedford, Ind./Bedford-North Lawrence Valparaiso, Ind./Valparaiso Arcadia, Ind./Sheridan Dayton, Ohio/Oakwood

10 98 80 93 3

Andrew Huck* Grant Hunter** Kyle Jachim Dylan Johnson# Tom Judge

QB DE WR TE QB

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

195 240 175 215 190

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

Bloomington, Ind./Bloomington North Liberty Twp., Ohio/Lakota West/Robert Morris Chicago, Ill./St. Rita Bloomington, Ill./Cent. Catholic/Lindenwood Elmhurst, Ill./York

12 1 51 54 35

Matt Kobli** Jordan Koopman** Robert Koteff* William Lamar* David Lang**

QB WR LB LB PK/P

6-3 5-8 6-0 5-11 6-0

240 190 225 200 220

Sr. Jr. Jr. So. Jr.

Whiting, Ind./Whiting Chula Vista, Calif./Eastlake Lexington, Ky./Paul L. Dunbar Oak Park, Ill./Oak Park-River Forest Lowell, Ind./Lowell

7-O 13 6-O 72 30

Jeff Larsen* T. J. Lukasik Wade Markley Pete Mattingly** Bobby McDonald

WR DB QB OL DB

6-1 5-8 6-4 6-5 6-0

190 180 210 290 200

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

Chicago, Ill./Notre Dame Lowell, Ind./Lowell Fort Wayne, Ind./Dwenger Zionsville, Ind./Cathedral Orland Park, Ill./Providence Catholic

2010 Butler Roster NO. 81 25 89 34-O 79

NAME Eddie McHale*** Jack McKenna** JT Mesch Arthur Monaco Ryan Myers

POS. WR CB WR RB OL

HT. 6-3 6-0 6-2 5-9 6-2

WT. 205 180 185 175 290

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

HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL Cincinnati, Ohio/St. Xavier/Ohio Elmwood Park, Ill./St. Patrick Glen Ellyn, Ill./Glenbard West Bloomingdale, Ill./Lake Park Fort Wayne, Ind./Bishop Dwenger

68 83 47 62 43

Nick Nykaza Derek O’Connor Bob Olszewski* Charles Perrecone Alex Perritt

OL WR LB OL LB

6-0 6-0 6-1 6-2 6-1

235 180 205 285 215

Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. R-Fr.

Wilmette, Ill./New Trier Bourbannais, Ill./Bishop McNamara LaGrange, Ill./Lyons Township Roselle, Ill./Lake Park Whiteland, Ind./Whiteland

48 75 52 42 24

Logan Perry Doug Petty Jeff Poss** Phillip Powell Andrew Pratt

LB OL DE LB FS

5-11 6-4 6-2 6-2 5-10

205 240 240 210 180

Fr. R-Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr.

Columbus, Ind./Columbus East Indianapolis, Ind./Southport Salt Lake City, Utah/Scripps Ranch (Calif.) Indianapolis, Ind./Lawrence Central Ridge Farm, Ill./Georgetown-Ridge Farm

21-O 59 26 9-O 15-O

Joseph Purze Jordan Ridley* Mike Rose Lucas Ruske Will Schierholz

WR LB FS QB QB

6-0 5-11 6-2 6-1 6-0

195 230 200 190 215

Fr. So. R-Fr. R-Fr. Fr.

Clayton, Mo./Clayton Indianapolis, Ind./Lawrence Central Canton, Mich./Plymouth Wilmette, Ill./Loyola Academy St. Louis, Mo./MICDS

77 87 7-D 65 76

Nick Schirmann Charlie Schmelzer Jimmy Schwabe Paul Sciortino Ryan Secrist**

OL TE DB OL OL

6-1 6-7 5-11 6-1 6-4

275 255 190 265 275

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

Cincinnati, Ohio/Anderson Bloomington, Ill./Bloomington Downers Grove, Ill./Downers Grove South Wilmette, Ill./Loyola Academy Rochester, Ind./Rochester

84 97 78 56 32-D

Brendan Shannon Tyler Skaggs* Mike Staniewicz*** Jeremy Stephens# Don Stewart

WR DT OL DL DB

5-11 6-2 6-6 6-1 5-10

190 240 285 267 175

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

Lombard, Ill./Montini Catholic Winona Lake, Ind./Warsaw Hebron, Ind./Lowell Indianapolis, Ind./Lawrence C./Thomas More St. Louis, Mo./Clayton

73 6-D 37 57 55

Matt Storey Logan Sullivan** Jayme Szafranski Ross Teare** Jace Tennant*

OL SS DB DT DE

6-3 6-0 6-1 6-1 6-1

275 195 190 290 225

So. Jr. Fr. Jr. So.

St.Louis, Mo./St. Louis University H.S. Winston-Salem, N.C./Horizon (Ariz.) Barrington, Ill./Fremd Sammamish, Wash./Eastlake Champaign, Ill./Central

23-O 90 39 82 94

David Thomas Larry Thomas Brett Thomaston Jeff Urch Carter Walley*

RB DT K/P TE TE

5-9 5-10 6-5 6-4 6-2

185 250 205 250 255

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

Chicago, Ill./North Shore Country Day West Chester, Ohio/St. Xavier Frankfort, Ill./Lincoln-Way East Avon, Ind./Avon Peru, Ind./Rochester

11 88-D 61 96 20 45

Zach Watkins** Ryan Webb* Mike Wendahl# Daniel Wilson Michael Wilson* Paul Yanow

WR DE OL PK P LB

6-2 6-3 6-5 5-9 6-0 6-0

205 235 290 198 180 200

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

Chicago, Ill./St. Ignatius Batavia, Ill./Batavia Valparaiso, Ind./Valparaiso/Indianapolis Zionsville, Ind./Zionsville Grand Rapids, Mich./East Grand Rapids Cincinnati, Ohio/Sycamore

45 46 47 48 49 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 59 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 71 72 73 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 86 87 88 89 90 91 93 94 95 96 97 98

Paul Yanow (YEAH-now) Rob Cosler Bob Olszewski (OLE-chev-skee) Logan Perry Christian Eble (EHBLE) Robert Koteff (COE-teff) Jeff Poss Rob Hobson William Lamar Jace Tennant Jeremy Stephens Ross Teare (TEER) Jordan Ridley Mike Wendahl Charles Perrecone (Purr-CONE-ee) Nick Atkinson Donnie Gilmore Paul Sciortino (SCORE-in-teen-oh) Greg Ambrose Jay Howard Nick Nykaza (NYE-kah-zah) Josh Dorfman John Cannova (Cah-NO-vah) Pete Mattingly Matt Storey Doug Petty Ryan Secrist Nick Schirmann Mike Staniewicz (STAN-ah-witts) Ryan Myers Kyle Jachim (YAH-kum) Eddie McHale Jeff Urch Derek O’Connor Brendan Shannon Matt Hittinger (HIT-in-jer) Charlie Schmelzer Ryan Webb JT Mesch Larry Thomas Taylor Harris Dylan Johnson Carter Walley (WALLY) Taylor Clarkson Daniel Wilson Tyler Skaggs Grant Hunter

*—Varsity letters earned. #--Not eligible until 2011. O--Number on offense. D--Number on defense. HEAD COACH: Jeff Voris (DePauw ’89) ASSISTANT COACHES: Joe Cheshire, Tim Cooper, Nick Tabacca, David Kenney, Nick Anderson, Danny Sears, Chris Davis, Rob Noel, Matt Walker

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2009 Butler Statistics SCORING Zach Watkins Andrew Huck David Lang Dan Bohrer Scott Gray Ryan Hitchcock Eddie McHale Ricky Trujillo Jordan Koopman Carter Walley Andy Dauch Logan Sullivan Michael Wilson Butler Opponents FGs David Lang Butler Opponents

G TD 12 10 12 10 12 0 12 7 12 6 10 4 12 3 11 2 12 2 12 1 12 1 12 0 12 0 12 46 12 30

PAT-1 0-0 0-0 33-43 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 33-44 24-24

PAT-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 1-2 2-6

FG PTS 0-0 60 0-0 60 7-11 54 0-0 42 0-0 36 0-0 24 0-0 18 0-0 12 0-0 12 0-0 6 0-0 6 0-0 2 0-0 0 7-11 332 7-11 229

G 10-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ LG 12 0-0 4-4 3-6 0-1 0-0 39 12 0-0 4-4 3-6 0-1 0-0 39 12 0-0 2-2 3-4 2-4 0-1 44

RUSHING Scott Gray Andrew Huck Ryan Hitchcock Steven Depositar Ricky Trujillo Dan Bohrer Artis Hailey Jordan Koopman Calvin Blair Jordan Ridley Team Butler Opponents

G 12 12 10 12 11 12 12 12 4 12 12 12 12

ATT GAIN LOSS NET TD AVG 169 913 45 868 5 5.1 102 580 113 467 10 4.6 55 350 4 346 4 6.3 19 132 2 130 0 6.8 24 127 2 125 2 5.2 13 90 0 90 0 6.9 13 65 0 65 0 5.0 5 62 5 57 1 11.4 6 21 4 17 0 5.7 1 13 0 13 0 13.0 7 0 65 -65 0 --414 2353 240 2113 22 5.1 425 1709 310 1399 13 3.3

PASSING Andrew Huck Calvin Blair Team Butler Opponents

G 12 4 12 12 12

ATT COMP PCT. 371 233 .628 17 12 .706 2 0 .000 390 245 .628 365 196 .537

INT 11 0 0 11 18

YDS. 2454 77 0 2531 2265

RECEIVING Zach Watkins Dan Bohrer Eddie McHale Jordan Koopman Scott Gray Jeff Larsen Ryan Hitchcock Ricky Trujillo Carter Walley Artis Hailey William Bork Ryan Webb Butler Opponents

G 12 12 12 12 12 12 10 11 12 12 12 10 12 12

NO. 78 52 38 24 13 13 9 7 5 3 2 1 245 196

PUNTING Michael WIlson Team Butler Opponents

G 12 12 12 12

NO. 63 1 64 74

YDS. 2378 0 2378 2637

AVG. 37.7 0.0 37.2 35.6

LG 69 0 69 63

PUNT RETURNS Tadd Dombart Jordan Koopman Logan Sullivan Andy Dauch Team Butler Opponents

G 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

NO. 11 8 1 1 2 23 24

YDS. 66 104 15 11 0 196 147

AVG. 6.0 13.0 15.0 11.0 0.0 8.5 6.1

LG 16 34 0 11 0 34 25

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YDS. TD 918 10 471 7 493 3 258 1 134 1 112 0 50 0 36 0 42 1 4 0 11 0 2 0 2531 23 2265 14

TD 21 2 0 23 14

AVG. LG 11.8 62 9.1 28 13.0 42 10.8 34 10.3 71 8.6 27 5.6 35 5.1 10 8.4 16 1.3 5 5.5 10 2.0 2 10.3 71 11.6 62

KICKOFF RETURNS Jordan Koopman Andy Dauch Zach Watkins Butler Opponents

G 12 12 12 12 12

NO. 31 10 1 42 51

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs By Rush By Pass By Penalty Rush Yards Per Game Pass Yards Per Game Points Per Game Total Plays Total Offense Offense Per Play Offense Per Game Fumbles/Lost Penalties/Yards Third Down Conversions Fourth Down Conversions Time of Possession/Game

PLAYER Nick Caldicott Derek Guggenberger Spencer Summerville Mark Giacomantonio Andrew Cottrell Jack McKenna Jeff Poss Grant Hunter Logan Sullivan Jordan Ridley Jacob Fritz Tadd Dombart Brian Adika Ross Teare Nick Comotto Rob Cosler William Lamar Pete Xander Larry Thomas Jace Tennant Matt Foor Thorn Murphy Derek Bradford Andy Dauch Dan Bohrer Jeff Larsen Tyler Skaggs Zach Watkins Taylor Clarkson Kevin Credille Jordan Koopman Brian Crable Pete Mattingly Bob Olszewski David Lang Andrew Huck Donnie Gilmore Eddie McHale Robert Koteff Ben Jones Brett Thomaston Andrew Pratt

YDS. 703 174 0 877 998

BUTLER 255 111 118 26 176.1 210.9 27.7 804 4644 5.8 387.0 19/8 57/575 69/164 6/15 30:24

G 12 12 12 9 10 12 12 9 12 12 12 11 10 12 12 12 12 12 11 12 10 8 12 12 12 12 10 12 11 2 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 10 4 5 2

ST 39 31 36 30 16 31 24 19 22 20 18 20 10 9 12 15 10 7 8 10 7 6 6 5 3 2 1 3 2 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

AVG. 22.7 17.4 0.0 20.9 19.6

LG 62 28 0 62 46

OPPONENTS 202 78 110 14 116.6 188.8 19.1 790 3664 4.6 305.3 20/8 68/607 57/174 8/22 29:36

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1 2 Butler 47 108 Opponents 48 45

3 81 79

2009 RESULTS (11-1, 7-1 PFL) BU S. 5 - ALBION 42 S. 12 - At Franklin 49 S. 19 - HANOVER 42 S. 26 - At Morehead State* (OT) 28 O. 3 - SAN DIEGO* 25 O. 17 - VALPARAISO* 23 O. 24 - At Campbell* 23 O. 31 - DAVIDSON* 14 N. 7 - At Dayton* 31 N. 14 - At Jacksonville* 7 N. 21 - DRAKE* 20 D. 5 - CENTRAL CONNECTICUT ST.# 28

4 89 57

OT 7 0

OPP. 3 19 21 21 24 14 16 7 28 36 17 23

T 332 229

ATTD. 2,886 2,500 2,215 3,880 4,218 1,723 4,851 2,568 4,012 1,933 2,122 1,577

*--Pioneer Football League game. #--Gridiron Classic.

BUTLER UNIVERSITY DEFENSIVE STATISTICS TACKLES QB FORCED FUMBLE PASS AT TOTAL FOR LOSS SACKS FUMBLE REC. INT. 31 70 8-22 1-7 3 1 3-25 38 69 8-25 4-19 0 1 0-0 32 68 0-0 0-0 0 0 1-22 15 45 4-11 0-0 1 1 5-45 27 43 2.5-4 0-0 0 0 0-0 11 42 1-1 0-0 0 0 3-30 17 41 7.5-19 3-13 0 0 0-0 20 39 11.5-52 10-42 1 0 0-0 16 38 1-1 0-0 0 0 1-10 16 36 8.5-35 4-22 1 1 1-15 16 34 0-0 0-0 0 1 0-0 10 30 2.5-4 0-0 0 0 2-9 19 29 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 20 29 4-14 2-8 0 0 0-0 16 28 0.5-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 11 26 1.5-3 1-2 0 0 0-0 14 24 1-2 0-0 0 0 0-0 11 18 4-15 1-9 0 1 0-0 9 17 5.5-18 1-2 1 0 0-0 6 16 5-19 5-19 0 0 0-0 6 13 0-0 0-0 0 1 0-0 6 12 0-0 0-0 0 0 1-8 6 12 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 5 10 0-0 0-0 1 0 1-19 3 6 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 3 5 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 3 4 0.5-1 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 3 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 2 2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 1 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 1 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 1 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 1 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 1 1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0-0

PASS BRKUP 1 0 2 2 0 5 1 3 4 0 2 3 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Blocked Kicks: Logan Sullivan (Punt vs. Albion), Spencer Summerville (Punt vs. Morehead St.), William Lamar (Punt vs. Morehead St.)

2009 Butler Results BUTLER 42, ALBION 3 Sept. 5 at Butler Bowl (A - 2,886) Score By Quarters 1 2 3 4 F Albion 0 0 3 0 3 Butler 0 28 14 0 42 SCORING SUMMARY BU - Eddie McHale, 10 pass from Andrew Huck (David Lang kick) BU - Scott Gray, 71 pass from Huck (Lang kick) BU - Zach Watkins, 48 pass from Huck (Lang kick) BU - Zach Watkins, 62 pass from Huck (Lang kick) AC - Mychal Galla, 29 field goal BU - Zach Watkins, 19 pass from Huck (Lang kick) BU - Andrew Huck, 3 run (Lang kick) RUSHING: BU - Huck, 8-68; Gray, 9-34; Depositar, 6-33; Hailey, 4-17; Hitchcock, 3-17; Blair, 4-17; Trujillo, 2-9; Bohrer, 1-5. AC - Orr, 13-36; Frisbey, 7-22; Harris, 3-minus 8; Fusee, 1-minus 10. PASSING: BU - Huck, 18-25-1 for 327 yards. AC - Harris, 10-25-1 for 59 yards; Fusee, 9-16-1 for 61 yards. RECEIVING: BU - Watkins, 7-183; McHale, 3-30; Gray, 2-74; Bohrer, 2-14; Trujillo, 2-9; Koopman, 1-16; Webb, 1-2; Larsen, 1-1. AC - McRobb, 8-52; Wunderlich, 5-36; Pointer, 2-13; Cruse, 2-12; Mayhoe, 1-6; Orr, 1-1. BUTLER 49, FRANKLIN 19 Sept. 12 at Red Faught Stadium (A - 2,500) Score By Quarters 1 2 3 4 F Butler 10 13 14 12 49 Franklin 0 7 6 6 19 SCORING SUMMARY BU - David Lang, 28 field goal BU - Zach Watkins, 3 pass from Andrew Huck (Lang kick) BU - Dan Bohrer, 9 pass from Huck (Kick failed) FC - Ryan Momberger, 1 pass from Kyle Ray (M. Magdalinos kick) BU - Eddie McHale, 8 pass from Huck (Lang kick) BU - Watkins, 7 pass from Huck (Lang kick) BU - Ricky Trujillo, 8 run (Lang kick) FC - Nick Purichia, 8 run (Pass failed) BU - Andrew Huck, 5 run (Kick failed) FC - A. Mellencamp, 62 pass from Purichia (Pass ffailed) BU - Jordan Koopman, 10 pass from Calvin Blair (Kick Failed) RUSHING: BU - Depositar, 5-50; Huck, 8-45; Gray, 7-27; Trujillo, 7-20; Hailey, 3-19; Bohrer, 1-10; Team, 1-minus 10. FC - Purichia, 6-21; Snellenbarger, 3-8; Cook, 1-4; Downs, 3-3; Heller, 3-3; Ellis, 1-minus 9; Ray, 7-minus 16; Team, 2-minus 31. PASSING: BU - Huck, 33-48-0 for 316 yards; Blair, 5-5 for 25 yards. FC - Ray, 19-36-2 for 261 yards; Purichia, 6-16-0 for 98 yards. RECEIVING: BU - Watkins, 8-91; Bohrer, 8-72; McHale, 7-62; Koopman, 6-77; Larsen, 3-19; Gray, 3-11; Hailey, 2-4; Trujillo, 1-5. FC - Deffner, 7-152; Mellencamp, 6-113; Momberger, 5-49; Walton, 3-20; Zmich, 2-21; Cook, 1-7; Downs, 1-minus 3. BUTLER 42, HANOVER 21 Sept. 19 at Butler Bowl (A - 2,215) Score By Quarters 1 2 3 4 F Hanover 7 0 7 7 21 Butler 14 21 7 0 42 SCORING SUMMARY BU - Andy Dauch, 18 pass interception return (David Lang kick) HC - S. Gibson, 8 run (P. Polochanin kick) BU - Andrew Huck, 8 run (Lang kick) BU - Ricky Trujillo, 12 run (Lang kick) BU - Dan Bohrer, 3 pass from Huck (Lang kick) BU - Scott Gray, 1 run (Lang kick) BU - Dan Bohrer, 8 pass from Calvin alvin Blair (Lang kick) HC - B. Smart, 15 pass from D. Passafiume (P. Polochanin kick) HC - C. Zeck, 5 pass from D. Seay (P. Polochanin kick) RUSHING: BU - Depositar, 8-47; Gray, 6-35; Huck, 4-31; Hailey, 6-29; Trujillo, 4-27; Blair, 2-4. HC - Seay, 7-19; Cook, 7-11; Zeck, 1-7; Gibson, 13-1; Juett, 2-1; Armstrong, 2-minus 7; Team, 1-minus 1. PASSING: BU - Huck, 13-15-0 for 134 yards; Blair, 6-11-0 for 50 yards. HC - Gibson, 11-15-0 for 92 yards; Seay, 1-2-0 for 5 yards; Passafiume, 1-1 for 15 yards; Armstrong, 1-1 for 6 yards; Polochanin, 1-1 for 14 yards; Stewart, 0-1. RECEIVING: BU - Watkins, 5-53; Bohrer, 5-45; Koopman, 5-36; McHale, 2-47; Gray, 1-3; Hailey, 1-0. HC - Passafiume, 6-27; Robinette, 2-33; Miller, 2-28; Smart, 2-22; Zeck, 2-16; Cason, 1-6. BUTLER 28, MOREHEAD STATE 21 (OT) Sept. 26 at Jayne Stadium (A - 3,880) Score By Quarters 1 2 3 4 OT F Butler 0 0 13 8 7 28 Morehead State 21 0 0 0 0 21 SCORING SUMMARY MS - D. Sawyer, 60 pass from E. Sawyer (R. Duzan kick) MS - D. Harkness, 63 pass interception return (Duzan kick) MS - D. Morgan, 28 pass from E. Sawyer (Duzan kick) BU - Zach Watkins, 9 pass from Andrew Huck ( David Lang kick) BU - Dan Bohrer, 2 pass from Huck (Kick blocked) BU - Zach Watkins, 7 pass from Huck (Logan Sullivan rush) BU - Eddie McHale, 22 pass from Huck (Lang kick) RUSHING: BU - Gray, 14-59; Bohrer, 1-18; Trujillo, 2-5; Hitchcock, 1-0; Huck, 5-minus 12, Team, 1-minus 39. MS - Pendleton, 11-57, E. Sawyer, 18-38; Morgan, 1-9; Smart, 1-6; Bodrick, 1-4; Cox, 3-1; Lewis, 1-minus 4; McDermott, 1-minus 6. PASSING: BU - Huck, 26-49-3 for 208 yards. MS - E. Sawyer, 9-20-1

for 149 yards; Lewis, 2-7-2 for 14 yards. RECEIVING: BU - Watkins, 13-130; Bohrer, 5-22; McHale, 3-27; Hitchcock, 3-2; Gray, 1-13; Larsen, 1-4. MS - McDermott, 3-23; Yoshimura, 2-15; Bodrick, 2-13; D. Sawyer, 1-60; Morgan, 1-28; Williams, 1-21; Pendleton, 1-3. BUTLER 25, SAN DIEGO 24 Oct. 3 at Butler Bowl (A - 4,218) Score By Quarters 1 2 3 4 F San Diego 3 14 0 7 24 Butler 0 9 6 10 25 SCORING SUMMARY SD - Mike Levine, 44 field goal BU - David Lang, 39 field goal SD - JT Rogan, 1 run (Levine kick) BU - Scott Gray, 12 run (Kick failed) SD - Patrick Doyle, 13 pass from Sam Scudellari (Levine kick) BU - Ryan Hitchcock, 43 run (Kick failed) SD - Matt Jelmini, 11 run (Levine kick) BU - Zach Watkins, 21 pass from Andrew Huck (Lang kick) BU - David Lang, 37 field goal (0:01) RUSHING: BU -Gray, 16-113; Hitchcock, 5-50; Huck, 11-35; Ridley, 1-13; Bohrer, 1-4. SD - Jelmini, 22-112; Rogan, 12-49; Scudellari, 8-49; Fontenberry, 1-minus 1. PASSING: BU - Huck, 25-38-1 for 260 yards. SD - Scudellari, 1728-0 for 175 yards. RECEIVING: BU -Watkins, 8-97; Bohrer, 8-79; Koopman, 4-57; McHale, 2-18; Walley, 1-8; Hitchcock, 1-1; Gray, 1-0. SD - Fiege, 5-30; Doyle, 4-65; McGough, 4-49; Brown, 2-15; Smith, 1-16; Jelmini, 1-0. BUTLER 23, VALPARAISO 14 Oct. 17 at Butler Bowl (A - 1,723) Score By Quarters 1 2 3 4 F Valparaiso 0 0 14 0 14 Butler 3 0 7 13 23 SCORING SUMMARY BU - David Lang, 38 field goal VU - Eli Crawford, 60 pass interception return (Andrzej Skiba kick) VU - Quinn Schafer, 1 run (Skiba kick) BU - Ryan Hitchcock, 4 run (Lang kick) BU - Scott Gray, 7 run (Lang kick) BU - Ryan Hitchcock, 2 run (Kick failed) RUSHING: BU - Gray, 22-99; Huck, 9-76; Hitchcock, 7-53; Trujillo, 2-11; Bohrer, 2-9; Team, 1-minus 1. VU - Wildermuth, 23-87; Lynn, 7-37; Wysocki, 5-7; Morelli, 5-6; Jones, 1-5; Schafer, 4-minus 15. PASSING: BU - Huck, 10-20-3 for 77 yards. VU - Schafer, 3-11-1 for 74 yards; Wysocki, 5-10-1 for 48 yards. RECEIVING: BU - McHale, 4-25; Watkins, 3-22; Hitchcock, 1-20; Walley, 1-6; Bohrer, 1-4. VU - Henton, 2-63; McCarty, 2-25; Myers, 1-15; Bennett, 1-14; Jones, 1-4; Wildermuth, 1-1. BUTLER 23, CAMPBELL 16 Oct. 24 at Barker-Lane Stadium (A - 4,851) Score By Quarters 1 2 3 4 F Butler 13 7 0 3 23 Campbell 0 10 3 3 16 SCORING SUMMARY BU - Scott Gray, 5 run (Kick Failed) BU - Zach Watkins, 22 pass from Andrew Huck (David Lang kick) BU - Dan Bohrer, 1 pass from Huck (Lang kick) CU - CJ Oates, 9 pass from Daniel Polk (Adam Willets kick) CU - Adam WIllets, 38 field goal CU - Adam Willets, 43 field goal BU - David Lang, 21 field goal CU - Adam Willets, 37 field goal RUSHING: BU - Huck, 6-56; Hitchcock, 8-34; Gray, 13-31; Trujillo, 1-28; Koopman, 1-14; Bohrer, 1-6; Team, 1-minus 2. CU - Polk, 1563; Oates, 6-25; Smith, 7-21; Jordan, 3-11; Brown, 2-8; Cramer, 1-5; Kirtz, 2-4; Bryant, 1-3. PASSING: BU - Huck, 22-30-0 for 214 yards. CU - Polk, 15-31-1 for 161 yards. RECEIVING: BU - Watkins, 5-54; Larsen, 3-34; Bohrer, 3-28; Koopman, 3-26; Gray, 3-12; McHale, 2-43; Bork, 2-11; Walley, 1-6. CU - Jordan, 4-66; Stallings, 3-37; Stryffeler, 3-22; Oates, 2-17; Smith, 2-12; Murphy, 1-7. BUTLER 14, DAVIDSON 7 Oct. 31 at Butler Bowl (A - 2,568) Score By Quarters 1 2 3 4 F Davidson 0 0 7 0 7 Butler 7 0 0 7 14 SCORING SUMMARY BU - Ryan Hitchcock, 8 run (David Lang kick) DC - Kenny Mantuo, 9 run (Ben Behrendt kick) BU - Andrew Huck, 1 run (David Lang kick) RUSHING: BU - Gray, 14-117; Huck, 16-81; Hitchcock, 8-58; Bohrer, 2-9; Trujillo, 1-4; Team, 1-minus 1. DC - Mantuo, 19-147; Blanchard, 9-41; Williams, 7-15. PASSING: BU - Huck, 14-26-0 for 136 yards. DC - Blanchard, 1223-1 for 91 yards. RECEIVING: BU - Watkins, 4-33; McHale, 3-55; Bohrer, 2-23; Koopman, 2-20; Hitchcock, 2-minus 7; Larsen, 1-12. DC - Hanabury, 5-40; Aldrich, 4-37; Mantuo, 2-13; Williams, 1-1.

BUTLER 31, DAYTON 28 Nov. 7 at Welcome Stadium (A - 4,012) Score By Quarters 1 2 3 4 F Butler 0 13 6 12 31 Dayton 7 0 7 14 28 SCORING SUMMARY UD - Dan Jacob, 4 run (Nick Glavin kick) BU - Andrew Huck, 7 run (David Lang kick) BU - Dan Bohrer, 7 pass from Andrew Huck (Kick failed) BU - Andrew Huck, 7 run (Run failed) UD - Justin Watkins, 50 pass from Steve V Valentino (Glavin kick) BU - Andrew Huck, 36 run (Kick failed) UD - Steve Valentino, 4 run (Pass failed) BU - Carter Walley, 16 pass from Huck (Kick failed) UD - Nick Collins, 8 pass from Valentino (Luke Bellman pass) RUSHING: BU - Gray, 19-109; Huck, 12-54; Koopman, 2-30; Hitchcock, 3-23; Bohrer, 1-14; Trujillo, 1-5. UD - Valentino, 12-44; Mack, 9-39; Jacob, 7-32; Watkins, 1-minus 5; Team, 1-0. PASSING: BU - Huck, 12-29-0 for 146 yards; UD - Valentino, 29-44-2 for 413 yards; Team, 0-1-0. RECEIVING: BU - McHale, 3-21; Bohrer, 2-35; Walley, 2-22; Watkins, 2-9; Hitchcock, 1-35; Koopman, 1-14; Trujillo, 1-10. UD - Watkins, 7-163; Jonard, 7-98; Collins, 7-82; Bellman, 4-51; Mack, 2-12; Papp, 1-9; Millio, 1-minus 2. JACKSONVILLE 36, BUTLER 7 Nov. 14 at Milne Field (A - 1,933) Score By Quarters 1 2 3 4 F Butler 0 7 0 0 7 Jacksonville 0 14 22 0 36 SCORING SUMMARY BU - Dan Bohrer, 7 pass from Andrew Huck (David Lang kick) JU - Christopher Kuck, 10 pass from Josh McGregor (D. Curry kick) JU - Josh Philpart, 42 pass from McGregor (Donovan Curry kick) JU - Christopher Kuck, 2 pass from McGregor (Kuck run) JU - Rudell Small, 54 run (Curry kick) JU - Brian Valdez, 42 pass interception return (Curry kick) RUSHING: BU - Gray, 19-87; Hitchcock, 8-37; Huck, 8-15; Bohrer, 2-11; Trujillo, 1-5. JU - Small, 18-103; McGregor, 5-26; Laster, 2-4; Harris, 2-4 PASSING: BU - Huck, 21-35-2 for 220 yards; Team, 0-1-0. JU - McGregor, 10-19-0 for 157 yards; Stepelton, 1-1 for 4 yards; Curry, 0-1. RECEIVING: BU - Watkins, 8-96; Bohrer, 5-42; Larsen, 4-42; McHale, 2-30; Koopman, 1-5; Trujillo, 1-5. JU - Thompson, 2-65; Philpart, 2-46; Sumter, 2-14; Kuck, 2-12; Laster, 1-12; Davis, 1-8; Louissaint, 1-4. BUTLER 20, DRAKE 17 Nov. 21 at Butler Bowl (A - 2,122) Score By Quarters 1 2 3 4 F Drake 3 0 7 7 17 Butler 0 3 7 10 20 SCORING SUMMARY DU - Brandon Wubs, 23 field goal BU - David Lang, 29 field goal DU - Pat Cashmore, 7 run (Wubs kick) BU - Jordan Koopman, 18 run (David Lang kick) BU - Zach Watkins, 32 pass from Andrew Huck (Lang kick) DU - Joey Orlando, 53 pass from Mike Piatkowski (Wubs kick) BU - David Lang, 27 field goal (0:01) RUSHING: BU - Gray, 15-69; Hitchcock, 7-60; Koopman, 1-18; Trujillo, 1-2; Huck, 6-minus 23; Team, 1-minus 11. DU - Cashmore, 10-39; Piatkowski, 13-26; Morse, 5-7; Broman, 3-5; Platek, 1-3; Kostek, 7-3. PASSING: BU - Huck, 24-35-1 for 234 yards; Team, 0-1. DU - Piatkowski, 17-29-3 for 166 yards. RECEIVING: BU - Watkins, 11-109; McHale, 5-83; Bohrer, 4-38; Trujillo, 2-7; Hitchcock, 1-minus 1; Gray, 1-minus 2. DU - Platek, 6-37; Orlando, 4-70; Pucher, 2-24; Blackmon, 2-23; Kostek, 2-8; Broman, 1-4. BUTLER 28, CENTRAL CONNECTICUT STATE 23 Dec. 5 at Butler Bowl (A - 1,577) Score By Quarters 1 2 3 4 F Central Conn. State 7 0 3 13 23 Butler 0 7 7 14 28 SCORING SUMMARY CC - E. Richardson, 1 run (Joe Izzo kick) BU - Scott Gray, 2 run (David Lang kick) CC - Joe Izzo, 32 field goal BU - Andrew Huck, 10 run (Lang kick) BU - Andrew Huck, 19 run (Lang kick) CC - James Mallory, 5 run (Izzo kick) BU - Andrew Huck, 7 run (Lang kick) CC - E. Richardson, 2 run (Run Failed) RUSHING: BU - Gray, 15-88; Huck, 9-41; Hitchcock, 5-14; Trujillo, 2-9; Bohrer, 1-4; Koopman, 1-minus 5; Team, 1-minus 1. CC - Mallory, 21-109; Fowler, 5-39; Norris, 10-36; Paul, 2-24; Richardson, 6-15; Spadaro, 2-8. PASSING: BU - Huck, 15-21-0 for 182 yards. CC - Norris, 17-26-1 for 202 yards. RECEIVING: BU - Bohrer, 7-68; W Watkins, 4-41; McHale, 2-42; Gray, 1-23; Koopman, 1-7. CC - Paul, 3-57; Grochowski, 3-37; Colagiovanni, 3-37; Fisher, 3-35; Easley, 2-15; Mallory, 2-15; Fowler, 1-6.

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2010 Opponents Albion

Youngstown State

Taylor

San Diego

September 4 Sprankle-Sprandel Stadium Albion, Mich.

September 11 Stambaugh Stadium Youngstown, Ohio

September 18 Butler Bowl Indianapolis, Ind.

September 25 Torero Stadium San Diego, Calif.

Location: Albion, Mich. Enrollment: 1,635 Nickname: Britons Colors: Purple and Gold Conference: Michigan Intercollegiate Stadium: Sprankle-Sprandel Stadium (4,244) Athletic Director: Greg Polnasek SID: Bobby Lee Office Phone: (517) 629-0434 Fax: (517) 629-0566 E-Mail: blee@albion.edu Web: www.albion.edu/sports

Location: Youngstown, Ohio Enrollment: 14,682 Nickname: Penguins Colors: Red and White Conference: Missouri Valley Football Stadium: Stambaugh Stadium (20,630) Athletic Director: Ron Strollo SID: Trevor Parks Office Phone: (330) 941-3192 Fax: (330) 941-3191 E-Mail: tparks@ysu.edu Web: www.YSUsports.com

Location: Upland, Ind. Enrollment: 1,975 Nickname: Trojans Colors: Purple and Gold Conference: Mid-States Football Assoc. Stadium: Jim Wheeler Memorial Stadium (4,000) Athletic Director: Dr. Angie Fincannon SID: Eric Smith Office Phone: (765) 998-4569 Fax: (765) 998-4590 E-Mail: ersmith@taylor.edu Web: www.taylor.edu/athletics

Location: San Diego, Calif. Enrollment: 7,800 Nickname: Toreros Colors: Torero Blue, Navy and White Conference: Pioneer Football League Stadium: Torero Stadium (7,000) Athletic Director: Ky Snyder SID: Ted Gosen Office Phone: (619) 260-4745 Fax: (619) 260-2990 E-Mail: tgosen@sandiego.edu Web: www.usdtoreros.com

Head Coach: Craig Rundle Alma Mater: Albion ’74 Career Record: 132-100-1 (24 yrs.) Office Phone: (517) 629-0459 Assistant Coaches: Dustin Beurer, Anthony Cole, Greg Polnasek, D. J. Rehberg, Ron Parker 2009 Record: 4-6 2009 Results (4-6) Butler Thiel At Millikin Central At Olivet Hope Adrian At Trine Kalamazoo At Alma

AC OPP 20 6 16 0 13 30 12 13 10 5 21 28 6 28 7 30 23 20 22 34

2010 Schedule Sept. 4 BUTLER Sept. 11 WHEATON Sept. 18 At Greenville Sept. 25 At Wis.-Stevens Point Oct. 2 KALAMAZOO Oct. 9 At Alma Oct. 16 HOPE Oct. 23 At Olivet Oct. 30 ADRIAN Nov. 13 At Trine

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Head Coach: Eric Wolford Alma Mater: Kansas State ’94 Career Record: First Season Office Phone: (330) 941-3478 Assistant Coaches: Tom Sims, Shane Montgomery, Rick Kravitz, Louie Matsakis, Phil Longo, Frank Buffano, Carmen Bricillo, Andre Coleman, Rollen Smith, Ron Stoops Jr. 2009 Record: 6-5 2009 Results (6-5) At Pittsburgh Austin Peay At Northeastern At Indiana State Missouri State Western Illinois At Southern Illinois South Dakota State At Northern Iowa Illinois State At North Dakota State

YSU OPP 3 38 38 21 38 21 28 0 7 17 31 21 8 27 3 17 7 28 30 18 39 35

2010 Schedule Sept. 4 At Penn State Sept. 11 BUTLER Sept. 18 CENT. CONN. STATE Sept. 25 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS Oct. 2 At Missouri State Oct. 9 NORTH DAKOTA STATE Oct. 16 At Western Illinois Oct. 23 At South Dakota State Oct. 30 NORTHERN IOWA Nov. 6 At Illinois State Nov. 13 INDIANA STATE

Head Coach: Ron Korfmacher Alma Mater: Taylor ’82 Career Record: 9-11 (2 yrs.) Office Phone: (765) 998-5311 Assistant Coaches: Greg Wolfe, Pete Demorest, Dale Perine, Tony Kijanko, Mike Miley, Lance Brookshire 2009 Record: 7-3 2009 Results (7-3) Anderson At William Penn At St. Francis (Ill.) St. Xavier At Malone Walsh Trinity International At Marian At Olivet Nazarene Saint Francis (Ind.)

TU OPP 31 16 16 42 38 23 35 51 23 17 12 31 48 7 36 35 45 35 23 16

2010 Schedule Sept. 2 At Anderson Sept. 11 WILLIAM PENN Sept. 18 At Butler Sept. 25 NOTRE DAME COLLEGE Oct. 2 At St. Xavier Oct. 9 MALONE Oct. 16 At Walsh Oct. 23 At Trinity International Oct. 30 MARIAN Nov. 6 OLIVET NAZARENE Nov. 13 SAINT FRANCIS (IND.)

Head Coach: Ron Caragher Alma Mater: UCLA ‘90 Career Record: 22-9 (3 yrs.) Office Phone: (619) 260-4740 Assistant Coaches: Sam Anno, Keith Carter, Tanner Engstrand, Gabe Franklin, Jerome Pathon, Mike Rish, Andrew Rolin, Joe Staab, Jon Sumrall, Dorian Keller 2009 Record: 4-7 2009 Results (4-7) At Azusa Pacific At Northern Colorado Marist At Butler At Valparaiso Drake Jacksonville At Dayton Davidson At Morehead State Southern Utah

USD OPP 24 12 12 31 17 10 24 25 48 7 14 21 16 34 14 21 27 34 13 7 32 37

2010 Schedule Sept. 4 AZUSA PACIFIC Sept. 11 At Southern Utah Sept. 18 UC DAVIS Sept. 25 BUTLER Oct. 2 At Jacksonville Oct. 9 DAYTON Oct. 16 At Marist Oct. 23 VALPARAISO Oct. 30 At Drake Nov. 6 MOREHEAD STATE Nov. 13 At Davidson

2010 Opponents Campbell

Davidson

Dayton

Morehead State

October 2 Butler Bowl Indianapolis, Ind.

October 9 Richardson Stadium Davidson, N.C.

October 16 Butler Bowl Indianapolis, Ind.

October 23 Butler Bowl Indianapolis, Ind.

Location: Buies Creek, N.C. Enrollment: 6,834 Nickname: Fighting Camels Colors: Orange and Black Conference: Pioneer Football League Stadium: CU Football Stadium (5,000) Athletic Director: Stan Williamson SID: Joe Prisco Office Phone: (910) 893-1369 Fax: (910) 893-1330 E-Mail: priscoj@campbell.edu Web: www.gocamels.com

Location: Davidson, N.C. Enrollment: 1,800 Nickname: Wildcats Colors: Red and Black Conference: Pioneer Football League Stadium: Richardson Stadium (4,500) Athletic Director: Jim Murphy SID: Marc Gignac Office Phone: (704) 894-2123 Fax: (704) 894-2636 E-Mail: magignac@davidson.edu Web: www.DavidsonWildcats.com

Location: Dayton, Ohio Enrollment: 7,700 Nickname: Flyers Colors: Red and Blue Conference: Pioneer Football League Stadium: Welcome Stadium (11,000) Athletic Director: Ted Wabler SID: Doug Hauschild Office Phone: (937) 229-4390 Fax: (937) 229-4461 E-Mail: sid@udayton.edu Web: www.daytonflyers.com

Location: Morehead, Ky. Enrollment: 9,046 Nickname: Eagles Colors: Blue and Gold Conference: Pioneer Football League Stadium: Jayne Stadium (10,000) Athletic Director: Brian Hutchinson SID: Drew Dickerson Office Phone: (606) 783-2557 Fax: (606) 783-2550 E-Mail: a.dickerson@moreheadstate. edu Web: www.msueagles.com

Head Coach: Dale Steele Alma Mater: South Carolina ‘76 Career Record: 4-18 (2 yrs.) Office Phone: (910) 893-1874 Assistant Coaches: Nick Cavallo, Andre Fontenette, Art Link, Landon Mariani, Oscar Olejniczak, Greg Williams 2009 Record: 3-8

Head Coach: Tripp Merritt Alma Mater: UNC Charlotte ’90 Career Record: 23-28 (5 yrs.) Office Phone: (704) 894-2378 Assistant Coaches: Brett Hayford, Ryan Heasley, Meade Clendaniel, Amish Patel, Jay Poag, Jimmy Means, Robert Wilk, Josh Lustig, Frank Swart, Steve Leahy 2009 Record: 3-7

Head Coach: Rick Chamberlin Alma Mater: Dayton ’80 Career Record: 18-5 (2 yrs.) Office Phone: (937) 229-4423 Assistant Coaches: Dave Whilding, Chris Ochs, Craig Turner, Tony Davis, Patrick Henry, James Stanley, Landon Fox, Kris Ketron, Kevin Hoyng, Trevor Zeiders 2009 Record: 9-2

2009 Results (3-8) CU OPP Methodist 48 28 At Birmingham-So. (OT) 28 35 At Davidson 7 24 At Marist 13 34 Dayton 17 35 At Old Dominion 17 28 Butler 16 23 Morehead State 31 22 At Drake 6 49 At Valparaiso 17 3 Jacksonville 14 34

2009 Results (3-7) At Elon Lenoir-Rhyne Campbell At Jacksonville Morehead State At Dayton Drake At Butler At San Diego Marist

2009 Results (9-2) Urbana At Robert Morris Duquesne At Morehead State At Campbell Davidson At Valparaiso San Diego Butler At Drake Marist

2010 Schedule Sept. 4 At Virginia-Wise Sept. 11 OLD DOMINION Sept. 18 DAVIDSON Sept. 25 GEORGIA STATE Oct. 2 At Butler Oct. 16 DRAKE Oct. 23 At Dayton Oct. 30 MARIST Nov. 6 VALPARAISO Nov. 13 At Jacksonville Nov. 20 At Morehead State

2010 Schedule Sept. 4 GEORGETOWN Sept. 11 At Lenoir-Rhyne Sept. 18 At Campbell Sept. 25 JACKSONVILLE Oct. 9 BUTLER Oct. 16 At Morehead State Oct. 23 At Drake Oct. 30 DAYTON Nov. 6 At Marist Nov. 13 SAN DIEGO Nov. 20 At Presbyterian

DC OPP 0 56 0 42 24 7 21 27 16 10 0 17 16 21 7 14 34 27 6 14

UD OPP 10 13 21 14 24 17 30 15 35 17 17 0 36 7 21 14 28 31 23 6 27 16

2010 Schedule Sept. 4 ROBERT MORRIS Sept. 11 At Duquesne Sept. 18 MOREHEAD STATE Sept. 25 CENTRAL STATE Oct. 2 VALPARAISO Oct. 9 At San Diego Oct. 16 At Butler Oct. 23 CAMPBELL Oct. 30 At Davidson Nov. 6 DRAKE Nov. 13 At Marist

Head Coach: Matt Ballard Alma Mater: Gardner-Webb ’79 Career Record: 125-109 (22 yrs.) Office Phone: (606) 783-2020 Assistant Coaches: John Gilliam, Gary Dunn, Rob Tenyer, Chris Garner, Paul Humphries 2009 Record: 3-8 2009 Results (3-8) MSU OPP Southern Virginia 61 10 At St. Francis (Pa.) 0 31 At N. Carolina Cent. (2OT) 13 10 Butler (OT) 21 28 Dayton 15 30 At Davidson 10 16 At Jacksonville 0 39 Marist 14 24 At Campbell 22 31 San Diego 7 13 At Valparaiso 29 6 2010 Schedule Sept. 4 At James Madison Sept. 11 ST. FRANCIS (PA.) Sept. 18 At Dayton Sept. 25 At Marist Oct. 2 At Georgia State Oct. 16 DAVIDSON Oct. 23 At Butler Oct. 30 JACKSONVILLE Nov. 6 At San Diego Nov. 13 VALPARAISO Nov. 20 CAMPBELL

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2010 Opponents Valparaiso

Jacksonville

Drake

Marist

October 30 Brown Field Valparaiso, Ind.

November 6 Butler Bowl Indianapolis, Ind

November 13 Drake Stadium Des Moines, Iowa

PFL Member Not on 2010 Butler Football Schedule

Location: Valparaiso, Ind. Enrollment: 3,980 Nickname: Crusaders Colors: Brown and Gold Conference: Pioneer Football League Stadium: Brown Field (5,000) Athletic Director: Mark LaBarbera SID: Ryan Wronkowicz Office Phone: (219) 464-5232 Fax: (219) 464-5762 E-Mail: ryan.wronkowicz@valpo.edu Web: www.valpoathletics.com

Location: Jacksonville, Fla. Enrollment: 3,436 Nickname: Dolphins Colors: Green and Gold Conference: Pioneer Football League Stadium: D. B. Milne Field (5,000) Athletic Director: Alan Verlander SID: Joel Lamp Office Phone: (904) 256-7409 Fax: (904) 256-7424 E-Mail: jlamp@ju.edu Web: www.judolphins.com

Location: Des Moines, Iowa Enrollment: 5,668 Nickname: Bulldogs Colors: Blue and White Conference: Pioneer Football League Stadium: Drake Stadium (14,557) Athletic Director: Sandy Hatfield Clubb SID: Mike Mahon Office Phone: (515) 271-3014 Fax: (515) 271-3015 E-Mail: mike.mahon@drake.edu Web: www.godrakebulldogs.com

Location: Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Enrollment: 4,256 Nickname: Red Foxes Colors: Red and White Conference: Pioneer Football League Stadium: Tenney Stadium (5,000) Athletic Director: Tim Murray SID: Mike Ferraro Office Phone: (845) 575-3321 Fax: (845) 471-0466 E-Mail: michael.j.ferraro@marist.edu Web: www.GoRedFoxes.com

Head Coach: Dale Carlson Alma Mater: Concordia-Chicago ‘78 Career Record: 110-103-3 (21 yrs.) Office Phone: (219) 464-5513 Assistant Coaches: Bob Muckian, Tony Pierce, Robert Lee, Rob Hansen, Cliff Glover, Marcus Knight, John Dahman 2009 Record: 1-10

Head Coach: Kerwin Bell Alma Mater: Florida ‘87 Career Record: 19-16 (3 yrs.) Office Phone: (904) 256-7470 Assistant Coaches: Jerry Odom, Andy McCleod, Kerry Webb, Ernie Logan, Ernie Mills, Danny Verpaele, Jerry Crafts, Jim Stomps 2009 Record: 7-4

Head Coach: Chris Creighton Alma Mater: Kenyon ‘91 Career Record: 14-8 (2 yrs.) Office Phone: (515) 271-2104 Assistant Coaches: Tim Allen, Rick Fox, Ben Needham, Bill Charles, Jeff Martin, Aaron Selby, Kyle York, Mark Watson 2009 Record: 8-3

Head Coach: Jim Parady Alma Mater: Maine ‘83 Career Record: 96-88-1 (18 yrs.) Office Phone: (845) 575-3699 Assistant Coaches: Scott Rumsey, Tom Kelly, Larry Riley, Bill Roos, Casey Lorenz, Pete Mahoney, Tom Taylor, Nate Fields, Jason Tillery, Clarence Johnson 2009 Record: 7-4

2009 Results (1-10) At St. Joseph’s (Ind.) At Concordia (Wis.) Carthage At Drake San Diego At Butler Dayton At Marist At Jacksonville Campbell Morehead State

2009 Results (7-4) At Webber Int’l At Samford Old Dominion Davidson At Marist Morehead State At San Diego At Drake Valparaiso Butler At Campbell

2009 Results (8-3) Grand View At Marist At South Dakota Valparaiso Missouri S & T At San Diego At Davidson Jacksonville Campbell Dayton At Butler

VU OPP 6 31 20 17 24 34 14 34 7 48 14 23 7 38 0 24 20 49 3 17 6 29

2010 Schedule Sept. 2 At Western Illinois Sept. 11 At Franklin Sept. 18 ST. JOSEPH’S (IND.) Sept. 25 DRAKE Oct. 2 At Dayton Oct. 9 MARIST Oct. 16 JACKSONVILLE Oct. 23 At San Diego Oct. 30 BUTLER Nov. 6 At Campbell Nov. 13 At Morehead State

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JU OPP 40 24 0 27 27 28 27 21 27 31 39 0 34 16 38 45 49 20 36 7 34 14

2009 Schedule Sept. 4 At Old Dominion Sept. 11 At Appalachian State Sept. 18 WEBBER INT’L Sept. 25 At Davidson Oct. 2 SAN DIEGO Oct. 9 DRAKE Oct. 16 At Valparaiso Oct. 23 MARIST Oct. 30 At Morehead State Nov. 6 At Butler Nov. 13 CAMPBELL

DU OPP 22 0 34 6 21 51 34 14 19 0 21 14 21 16 45 38 49 6 6 23 17 20

2010 Schedule Sept. 4 LEHIGH Sept. 11 At Missouri S & T Sept. 18 At Montana State Sept. 25 At Valparaiso Oct. 2 MARIST Oct. 9 At Jacksonville Oct. 16 At Campbell Oct. 23 DAVIDSON Oct. 30 SAN DIEGO Nov. 6 At Dayton Nov. 13 BUTLER

2009 Results (7-4) At Sacred Heart Drake At San Diego At Bucknell Campbell Jacksonville At Morehead State Valparaiso Georgetown At Davidson At Dayton

MC OPP 31 12 6 34 10 17 16 17 34 13 31 27 24 14 24 0 23 21 14 6 16 27

2010 Schedule Sept. 3 SACRED HEART Sept. 11 BUCKNELL Sept. 25 MOREHEAD STATE Oct. 2 At Drake Oct. 9 At Valparaiso Oct. 16 SAN DIEGO Oct. 23 At Jacksonville Oct. 30 At Campbell Nov. 6 DAVIDSON Nov. 13 DAYTON Nov. 20 At Georgetown

Opponents/PFL The Pioneer Football League

All-Time Series Records Opponent Akron Ala.-Birmingham Albion Anderson Ashland Austin Peay Ball State Bethany Bradley California-Davis Campbell Centenary Central Conn. State Central State (Ohio) Chicago Cincinnati Clinch Valley Danville Normal Davidson Dayton Denison DePauw Drake Duquesne Earlham Eastern Illinois Evansville Ferris State Findlay Florida International Franklin Georgetown (D.C.) Georgetown (Ky.) George Washington Grand Valley State Hanover Haskell Indians Hillsdale Hofstra Howard Payne Illinois Illinois State Illinois Wesleyan Indiana Indianapolis Indiana State Iowa Jacksonville Kentucky State Lindenwood (Mo.) Lombard Louisville Loyola Manchester Marquette Marshall Miami, Ohio Michigan Michigan State Millikin Minnesota Missouri S & T Moores Hill Morehead State

W 0 0 5 2 8 1 22 1 6 0 2 1 1 0 0 3 1 4 1 9 1 44 6 0 19 3 35 1 1 0 36 0 10 1 1 21 1 6 0 2 1 0 1 2 19 27 0 0 3 1 0 2 1 3 0 0 4 0 1 1 0 2 3 3

L 8 2 5 0 5 2 14 1 2 1 0 1 0 1 0 6 1 0 5 25 0 13 12 2 8 3 12 3 0 2 16 1 1 1 4 1 3 4 2 0 8 1 0 5 7 7 1 5 1 1 2 2 1 0 2 1 4 1 1 4 2 2 0 10

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

Opponent New York University North Central Northeast Mo. State Northern Michigan Northern Illinois Northwestern Northwood Institute Notre Dame Ohio Ohio Wesleyan Pittsburg State Purdue Quincy (Ill.) Robert Morris Rose Hulman Saginaw Valley San Diego St. Ambrose St. Francis (Ind.) St. Francis (Pa.) St. Joseph’s St. Louis St. Norbert St. Xavier Southern Utah Taylor Tennessee-Martin Thomas More Tiffin Toledo Towson State Transylvania Tufts Valparaiso Wabash Wash. & Jefferson Washington (Mo.) Wayne State Wesley (Del.) Western Kentucky Western Michigan Western Reserve Wilmington Winona Wis.-Stevens Point Wittenberg Xavier Youngstown State

W 0 1 1 2 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 3 4 0 8 2 5 2 0 4 34 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 1 1 44 42 1 9 5 2 1 3 2 2 4 2 3 0 0

L 1 0 0 1 2 2 0 3 8 1 1 7 1 4 9 1 12 0 4 0 19 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 3 1 2 1 0 24 17 0 12 1 0 7 10 5 0 0 2 7 3 0

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 8 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

Butler University....................................................Indianapolis, Ind. Campbell University .......................................... Buies Creek, N.C. Davidson College ...................................................Davidson, N.C. University of Dayton....................................................Dayton, Ohio Drake University..................................................Des Moines, Iowa Jacksonville University ....................................... Jacksonville, Fla. Marist College .................................................Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Morehead State University ......................................Morehead, Ky. University of San Diego........................................San Diego, Calif. Valparaiso University..............................................Valparaiso, Ind. The 2010 season marks the 18th year for the Pioneer Football League – the nation’s only non-scholarship NCAA Football Championship Subdivision conference. The league expanded to 10 members a year ago, with Marist College joining as a fulltime member. Currently the PFL plays an eightgame league schedule, rotating the ninth league opponent on a twoyear basis. The PFL is one of only three conferences that sponsor football as its only sport (the Missouri Valley Football Conference and Great West Football Conferences being the others). However, the PFL is a truly national conference with members on each coast and throughout the nation’s heartland. The league still retains four of its charter members – Butler University, the University of Dayton, Drake University and Valparaiso University, plus the University of San Diego (joining in 1992) – which were joined in 2001 by Davidson College, Jacksonville University and Morehead State University. Campbell University joined the league for the 2008 season. In January 1991 the NCAA passed legislation to require Division I institutions to sponsor all intercollegiate sports at the Division I level. The five charter members (Evansville the fifth before dropping football in 1997), each dedicated to the enhancement and sound management of intercollegiate football as an integral part of the student-athletes’ collegiate experience, joined together to form the Pioneer Football League. From the league’s inception it has been a proponent of the creation of a non-scholarship football classification within Division I and adopted the moniker of Pioneer based on the intent to become the first league in that new division. All 10 current members are committed to the non-scholarship football model. The PFL began play in 1993 with Dayton winning the league’s first crown. The league spent its first season in 1993 under the administrative guidance of the Midwestern Collegiate Conference, and the office moved to St. Louis in 1994 when current commissioner Patty Viverito was named the PFL commissioner, a leadership position she continues to fill.

2009 Pioneer Football League Standings Butler Dayton Drake Jacksonville Marist San Diego Davidson Campbell Morehead State Valparaiso

Conference W L T 7 1 0 7 1 0 6 2 0 6 2 0 5 3 0 3 5 0 3 5 0 2 6 0 1 7 0 0 8 0

PCT. .875 .875 .750 .750 .625 .375 .375 .250 .125 .000

W L 11 1 9 2 8 3 7 4 7 4 4 7 3 7 3 8 3 8 1 10

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

All Games PCT. Home .917 7-0 .818 4-2 .727 5-1 .636 4-1 .636 4-1 .364 1-4 .300 2-3 .273 2-3 .273 1-4 .091 0-5

Away 4-1 5-0 3-2 3-3 3-3 3-3 1-4 1-5 2-4 1-5

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Butler Records INDIVIDUAL HONORS 2006 2003 1998 1995 1994 1993 1989 1988 1976 1975 1974 1963 1961 1959 1958 1957 -

All-America Chris Marzotto (Football Gazette) Brandon Martin (Football Gazette, Sports Network) Ryan Zimpleman (Sports Network) Arnold Mickens (Sports Network) Arnold Mickens (Sports Network, A. P.) Richard Johnson (Sports Network) Steve Roberts (Kodak) Steve Roberts (Kodak) Bill Lynch (A.P. Little All-America HM) Bill Lynch (A.P. Little All-America HM) Bill Lynch (A.P. Little All-America HM) Lee Grimm (A.P. Little All-America) Don Benbow (A.P. Little All-America) Walt Stockslager (A. P. Little All-America) Paul Furnish (A.P. Little All-America) John Harrell (A.P. Little All-America HM)

2009 1999 1998 1984 -

Academic All-America Grant Hunter Mike Goletz Nick Batalis, Mike Goletz Steve Kollias

National Scholar Athlete (National Football Foundation Hampshire Honor Society) 2008 - Mike Bennett (National Football Foundation/College Hall of Fame) 1998 - Nick Batalis 2003 1991 1989 1988 1977 1976 1975 1974 -

Conference Player Of The Year Brandon Martin (PFL North, Defensive) Paul Romanowski (MIFC) Steve Roberts (HCC) Steve Roberts (HCC) Mike Chrobot (HCC) Bill Lynch (ICC) Bill Lynch (ICC) Bill Lynch (ICC)

1983 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1970 1968 1966 1962 1960 1954 -

Conference Back Of The Year Paul Romanowski (MIFC Offense) Steve Roberts (HCC Offense) Chuck Orban (HCC Defense) Steve Roberts (HCC Offense) Todd Yeoman (HCC Defense) Eric Chapman (HCC Offense) Bill Lynch (ICC) Bill Lynch (ICC) Bill Lynch (ICC) Keith Himmel (ICC) Noble York (ICC) Dan Nolan (ICC) Larry Gilbert (ICC) Dan Warfel (ICC) Ron Adams (ICC) John Skirchak (ICC) Leroy Thompson (ICC)

1992 1989 1988 1987 1985 1983 1980 1978 1977 1975 1974 1972 1971 1962 1959 1958 1953 -

Conference Lineman Of The Year Ruben DeLuna (MIFC Offense) Greg Mariacher (HCC Defense) Mark Allanson (HCC Offense) Todd Jones (HCC Offense) Jeff Palmer (HCC Defense) John Carwile (HCC Offense) Tony Pence (HCC Defense) Mike Chrobot (HCC) Mike Chrobot (HCC) Dave Swihart (ICC) Dave Swihart (ICC) Mike McDevitt (ICC) Tom Redmond (ICC) Lee Grimm (ICC) Jim Ringer (ICC) Paul Furnish (ICC) George Freyn (ICC)

1991 1989 1988 -

2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 -

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Butler MVP’s Andrew Huck (Offense) Nick Caldicott (Defense) Matt Kobli (Offense) Grant Hunter (Defense) Scott Gray (Offense) Chris Marzotto (Defense) T. J. Brown (Offense) Mike Marzotto (Defense) Rick Tyson (Offense) Chris Marzotto (Defense)

Individual MOST GAMES PLAYED Career: 45, Brian Adika, 2006-09 MOST POINTS Game: 36, Steve Roberts vs. St. Ambrose, 11/4/89 Consecutive Games: 54, Scott Gray vs. Albion (30), 9/1/07, and Hanover (24), 9/8/07 Season: 142, Steve Roberts, 1988 Career: 386, Steve Roberts, 1986-89 MOST TOUCHDOWNS Game: 6, Steve Roberts vs. St. Ambrose, 11/4/89 Consecutive Games: 9, Scott Gray vs. Albion (5), 9/1/07, and Hanover (4), 9/8/07 Season: 23, Steve Roberts, 1988 Career: 63, Steve Roberts, 1986-89 MOST EXTRA POINTS Game: 8, Bob Ligda vs. St. Joseph’s, 11/9/74; Tim Witmer vs. St. Ambrose, 11/4/89 Season: 42, Jordan Quiroz, 2008 Career: 114, John Jenkins, 1985-88 MOST FIELD GOALS Game: 5, John Jenkins vs. Dayton, 9/26/87 Season: 11, John Jenkins, 1987; Tim Witmer, 1990 Career: 34, John Jenkins, 1985-88 MOST YARDS RUSHING Game: 295, Arnold Mickens vs. Valparaiso, 10/8/94 Season: 2,255, Arnold Mickens, 1994 Career: 4,623, Steve Roberts, 1986-89 MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS Game: 56, Arnold Mickens vs. Valparaiso, 10/8/94 Season: 409, Arnold Mickens, 1994 Career: 1,026, Steve Roberts, 1986-89 MOST YARDS PASSING Game: 497, DeWayne Ewing vs. San Diego, 10/21/00 Season: 3,182, DeWayne Ewing, 2000 Career: 8,094, DeWayne Ewing, 1998-2001 MOST PASSES ATTEMPTED Game: 50, Curt Roy vs. St. Joseph’s, 11/7/81; Eli Stoddard vs. San Diego, 10/11/97 Season: 388, DeWayne Ewing, 2000 Career: 1094, DeWayne Ewing, 1998-2001 MOST PASSES COMPLETED Consecutive: 12, DeWayne Ewing vs. Valparaiso, 10/6/01; Matt Kobli at Albion, 9/6/08 Game: 36, DeWayne Ewing vs. St. Francis (Ind.), 9/2/00 Season: 246, DeWayne Ewing, 2000 Career: 656, DeWayne Ewing, 1998-2001 MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES Game: 5, Ron Kiolbassa vs. Valparaiso, 10/13/90; DeWayne Ewing vs. Quincy, 11/3/01; Andrew Huck vs. Albion, 9/5.09 Season: 23, Matt Kobli, 2008 Career: 60, Bill Lynch, 1972-76 MOST TOTAL OFFENSE Game: 465, DeWayne Ewing vs. San Diego, 10/21/00 Season: 3,079, DeWayne Ewing, 2000 Career: 7,743, DeWayne Ewing, 1998-2001

MOST PASS RECEPTIONS Game: 15, Tom Redmond vs. Ball State, 9/23/72 Season: 78, Zach Watkins, 2009 Career: 192, Dan Bohrer, 2006-09 MOST YARDS RECEIVING Game: 260, Kyle Conner vs. San Diego, 10/21/00 Season: 1,031, Tom Redmond, 1972 Career: 2,241, Dan Bohrer, 2006-09 MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES CAUGHT Game: 4, Dave Oliver vs. St. Joseph’s, 11/9/74; Dan Bohrer vs. Franklin, 9/13/08 Season: 11, Dan Bohrer, 2008 Career: 22, Dan Bohrer, 2006-09 MOST PUNT RETURNS Game: 9, Eric Voss vs. Valparaiso, 10/19/91; Eric Voss vs. St. Joseph’s, 9/12/92 Season: 42, Noble York, 1972 Career: 103, Eric Voss, 1990-93 MOST PUNT RETURN YARDS Game: 136, Steve Roberts vs. Northwood, 9/9/89 Season: 356, Noble York, 1972 Career: 723, Eric Voss, 1990-93 MOST KICKOFF RETURNS Game: 8, Lou Andreadis vs. San Diego, 11/4/95 Season: 38, Justin Campbell, 2002 Career: 110, Justin Campbell, 2001-04 MOST KICKOFF RETURN YARDS Game: 243, Justin Campbell vs. San Diego, 10/19/02 Season: 985, Justin Campbell, 2002 Career: 2,512, Justin Campbell, 2001-04 MOST PUNTS Game: 14, Ron Stryzinski vs. Wittenberg, 9/25/82 Season: 80, Ron White, 1990 Career: 255, Ron White, 1990-93 MOST YARDS PUNTING Game: 493, Ron Stryzinski vs. Wittenberg, 9/25/82 Season: 3,122, Ron White, 1990 Career: 9,731, Ron White, 1990-93 BEST PUNTING AVERAGE Season: 43.2, Shawn Wood, 1998 Career: 39.5, Shawn Wood, 1995-98 MOST SOLO TACKLES Game: 21, Kevin Johnson vs. Ashland, 11/2/91 Season: 101, Chuck Orban, 1990 Career: 269, Chuck Orban, 1987-90 MOST ASSISTED TACKLES Game: 16, John Doctor vs. Ashland, 10/23/82; Joe Miles vs. Dayton, 10/4/97 Season: 81, Chuck Orban, 1989 Career: 236, Dave Ginn, 1981-84 MOST TOTAL TACKLES Game: 29, Kevin Johnson vs. Ashland, 11/2/91; Kevin Johnson vs. Pittsburg State, 11/26/91 Season: 181, Chuck Orban, 1990 Career: 487, Chuck Orban, 1987-90

Butler Records MOST QUARTERBACK SACKS Game: 5, Elgin Reese vs. St. Joseph’s, 9/12/92 Season: 17, Scott Cook, 1983 Career: 39, Tony Pence, 1978-81 MOST FUMBLE RECOVERIES Game: 3, Chuck Orban vs. Dayton, 9/24/88 Season: 4, Steve Torrence, 1980; Chuck Orban, 1988; Bob Espich, 1988 Career: 8, Steve Torrence, 1980-83

MOST PASSES COMPLETED Game: 36 vs. St. Francis (Ind), 9/2/00 Season: 250, 2000

2004 -

MOST PASSES, TWO TEAMS Game: 96, Butler (44) vs. Franklin (52), 10/9/82

2002 -

MOST TOTAL OFFENSE Game: 673 vs. St. Ambrose, 11/4/89 Season: 4,644, 2009

2000 -

MOST TOTAL PLAYS Game: 94 vs. Franklin, 10/26/85 Season: 804, 2009

LONGEST PLAYS Run: 96, Harry Muta vs. Valparaiso, 10/11/75; Don Kelly vs. Indiana State, 11/17/51 Pass: 88, John Moses to John Harrell vs. Washington (Mo.), 9/17/56; Mike McGeorge to Tom Wallace vs. Ashland, 10/18/80 Field Goal: 57, Bob Ligda vs. St. Joseph’s, 10/16/76 Punt: 72, Mike Morgan vs. Morehead State, 10/20/07 Kickoff Return: 98, D’Andre Dowdy vs. Valparaiso, 10/15/05 Punt Return: 84, Noble York vs. Ball State, 9/23/72 Int. Return: 89, Derek Bradford vs. Valparaiso, 10/18/08 Fumble Return: 86, Buck Ulery vs. Dayton, 10/23/04

MISCELLANEOUS TEAM Best Record: 9-0, 1959, 1961 Most Wins: 11, 2009 Consecutive Wins, One Season: 9, 1959, 1961, 2009 Consecutive Wins, Multiple Seasons: 16, 1960-62 Consecutive Games Without A Loss: 19, 1960-62 Most Shutouts: 6, 1905, 1922, 1937 Most Shutouts (Modern Record): 3, 1947, 1958 Consecutive Shutouts: 6, 1937 Consecutive Shutouts (Modern Record): 2, 1947

Team MOST POINTS Game: 122 vs. Hanover, 1921 Game (Modern Record): 68 vs. Indianapolis, 1948 Season: 356, 2000 By Butler Opponent: 81, Minnesota, 1926 By Butler Opp. (Modern Record): 65, Ball State, 1967 Butler + Opp.: 122, Butler (122) vs. Hanover (0), 1921 Butler + Opp. (Modern Record): 113, Butler (56) vs. Georgetown (57) - OT, 9/23/00 In a Loss: 56, Butler vs. Georgetown (57), 9/23/00

2003 -

2001 -

1999 1998 -

MOST PASS INTERCEPTIONS Game: 3, George Yearsich vs. St. Joseph’s, 10/16/71; Dan Fuhs vs. Indianapolis, 11/8/80; Weylin Stewart vs. Grand Valley State, 9/21/91; Brandon Martin vs. Davidson, 9/19/03 Season: 9, Noble York, 1972 Career: 17, Brandon Martin, 2000-03

Note: An item carried in Believe It or Not by Ripley noted Kenneth Booz of Butler University punted 110 yards against Ft. Harrison on Oct. 10, 1928.

Butler MVP’s (Continued)

MOST FIRST DOWNS Game: 31 vs. Valparaiso, 10/1/83; UAB, 11/6/93 Season: 255, 2009

1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 -

The Last Time...

1984 1983 -

Interception Returned For A Touchdown Butler: Andy Dauch (19 yds.) vs. Hanover, 9/19/09 Opp.: Brian Valdez (42 yds.), Jacksonville, 11/14/09 Fumble Returned For A Touchdown Butler: Collin McGann vs. Robert Morris, 66 yds, 9/16/06 Opp.: Shaun Lewis, Jacksonville, 38 yards, 11/1/08 Punt Returned For A Touchdown Butler: Tadd Dombart, 75 yds vs. Morehead St., 10/25/08 Opp.: Matt Loula, Missouri-Rolla, 5 yds, 9/22/07 Kickoff Returned For A Touchdown Butler: D’Andre Dowdy, 98 yards vs. Valparaiso, 10/15/05 Opp.: Jason Jones, Drake, 73 yards, 10/16/04 200-Yard Rushing Game Butler: Naim Sanders (244) vs. St. Francis (Pa.), 9/19/98 Opp.: Justin Williams (225), Davidson, 10/27/07

1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 -

MOST YARDS RUSHING Game: 406 vs. Valparaiso, 10/15/88 Season: 2,544, 1975

100-Yard Receiving Game Butler: Zach Watkins (109) vs. Drake, 11/21/09 Opp.: Justin Watkins (163), Dayton, 11/7/09

1969 -

MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS Game: 80 vs. Franklin, 10/23/76 Season: 531, 1959

300-Yard Passing Game Butler: Andrew Huck (316) vs. Franklin, 9/12/09 Opp.: Steve Valentino (413), Dayton, 11/7/00

1966 -

MOST YARDS PASSING Game: 497 vs. San Diego, 10/21/00 Season: 3,233, 2000

Safety Scored Butler: vs. Jacksonville, 11/1/08 Opp.: Drake, 10/6/07

MOST PASSES ATTEMPTED Game: 54 vs. Ball State, 9/23/72 Season: 404, 2000

Defensive 2-Point Conversion Butler: Jacob Fritz vs. Davidson, 10/27/07 Opponent: Tony Tobias, Lindenwood, 11/14/98

1968 1967 -

1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 -

Billy Nardini (Offense) Jim Hart (Defense) Bob Leonard (Offense) Brandon Martin (Defense) Dale Jennings (Offense) Lou Capizzi (Defense) DeWayne Ewing (Offense) Nick Ober (Defense) DeWayne Ewing (Offense) Nick Ober (Defense) David Bailey (Offense) Steve Hall (Defense) Nick Batalis, Naim Sanders (Offense) Kevin Ward (Defense) Eli Stoddard, Jeremy Harkin (Offense) Kevin Ward (Defense) Naim Sanders (Offense) Ron Griswold (Defense) Arnold Mickens (Offense) Adam Borrell (Defense) Arnold Mickens (Offense) Chris Toner, Cameron McDaniel (Defense) Richard Johnson (Offense) Dave Kathman (Defense) Kevin Kimble, Ruben DeLuna (Offense) Don DeCraene (Defense) Paul Romanowski (Offense) Kevin Johnson (Defense) Todd Roehling (Offense) Chuck Orban (Defense) Steve Roberts (Offense) Chuck Orban (Defense) Steve Roberts (Offense) Todd Yeoman (Defense) Steve Roberts (Offense) Joe Annee (Defense) Paul Page (Offense) Mark Ribordy (Defense) Paul Page (Offense) Ron Bunt (Defense) Jim Hoskins (Offense) Dave Ginn (Defense) Curt Roy (Offense) Steve Torrence (Defense) Andy Howard, Dave Newcomer (Offense) Dave Ginn, Chris McGary (Defense) Curt Roy (Offense) Tony Pence (Defense) Andy Howard (Offense) Tony Pence (Defense) Ken LaRose (Offense) Paul Harrington (Defense) Mike Chrobot (Offense) Mike Daughty (Defense) Bruce Scifres (Back) Kevin Greisl (Lineman) Bill Lynch (Back) Bruce Ford (Lineman) Bill Lynch (Back) Dave Swihart (Lineman) Bill Lynch (Back) Andy Wetzel (Lineman) Steve Clayton (Back) Phil Schluge (Lineman) Tom Redmond (Back) Ron Cooper, Fred Powell (Lineman) Leonard Brown (Back) Phil Fitzsimmons, Ephraim Smiley (Lineman) Dan Nolan (Back) Mike Caito (Lineman) Dick Reed (Back) Mike Caito (Lineman) Dick Reed (Back) Steve Orphey (Lineman) Mike Harrison (Back) Vic Wukovits (Lineman) Dan Warfel (Back) Larry Fairchild (Lineman) Dick Dullaghan Dick Dullaghan Lee Grimm Ron Adams Phil Long John Skirchak Bob Stryzinski Paul Furnish John Harrell Robert Eichholtz Leroy Thompson, Jim Baker Les Gerlach

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All-Time Butler Leaders Single Game

DeWayne Ewing

Rushing Yards 2,255, Arnold Mickens, 1994 1,558, Arnold Mickens, 1995 1,535, Richard Johnson, 1993 1,490, Steve Roberts, 1987 1,450, Steve Roberts, 1989 1,427, Steve Roberts, 1988 1,284, Naim Sanders, 1996 1,190, Kevin Kimble, 1992 1,175, Kevin Kimble, 1991 1,163, Naim Sanders, 1998

Rushing Yards 4,623, Steve Roberts, 1986-89 3,813, Arnold Mickens, 1994-95 3,666, Naim Sanders, 1995-98 2,879, Leroy Thompson, 1953-56 2,802, Kevin Kimble, 1989-92 2,691, Andy Howard, 1979-82 2,445, Harry Muta, 1972-75 2,013, Bruce Scifres, 1975-78 1,920, Richard Johnson, 1990-93 1,889, Kevin McDevitt, 1973-76

Rushing Attempts 56, Arnold Mickens vs. Valparaiso, 1994 54, Arnold Mickens vs. Dayton, 1994 47, Arnold Mickens vs. San Diego, 1994 46, Arnold Mickens vs. UW-Stevens Pt., ‘94 45, Arnold Mickens vs. Drake, 1994 44, Arnold Mickens vs. Georgetown, 1994 44, Steve Roberts vs. Dayton, 1988 44, Steve Roberts vs. Indianapolis, 1989 44, Naim Sanders vs. Evansville, 1996 43, Arnold Mickens vs. UAB, 1994; Howard Payne, 1995; Valparaiso, 1995

Rushing Attempts 409, Arnold Mickens, 1994 354, Arnold Mickens, 1995 333, Steve Roberts, 1987 325, Steve Roberts, 1989 322, Richard Johnson, 1993 315, Steve Roberts, 1988 307, Kevin Kimble, 1991 288, Naim Sanders, 1996 275, Kevin Kimble, 1992 268, Kevin McDevitt, 1976

Rushing Attempts 1,026, Steve Roberts, 1986-89 843, Naim Sanders, 1995-98 763, Arnold Mickens, 1994-95 754, Andy Howard, 1979-82 701, Kevin Kimble, 1989-92 581, Bruce Scifres, 1975-78 479, Eric Chapman, 1981-84 478, Harry Muta, 1972-75 460, Kevin McDevitt, 1973-76 415, Richard Johnson, 1990-93

Passing Yards 3,182, DeWayne Ewing, 2000 2,518, Matt Kobli, 2008 2,454, Andrew Huck, 2009 2,337, DeWayne Ewing, 2001 2,214, Paul Romanowski, 1991 2,179, Mike Lee, 1986 2,118, Eli Stoddard, 1997 2,023, Rob Cutter, 1985 2,012, Ron Kiolbassa, 1990 1,994, Curt Roy, 1983

Passing Yards 8,094, DeWayne Ewing, 1998-2001 5,909, Bill Lynch, 1972-76 4,830, Steve Clayton, 1970-73 4,561, Curt Roy, 1979-83 4,071, Rob Cutter, 1984-87 3,790, Jason Stahl, 1992-94 3,735, Ron Kiolbassa, 1987-90 3,527, Mike Lee, 1982-86 3,170, Dick Reed, 1966-69 2,995, Eli Stoddard, 1994-97

Receiving Yards 1,031, Tom Redmond, 1972 998, Paul Page, 1986 971, Dan Bohrer, 2008 918, Zach Watkins, 2009 876, Kyle Conner, 2000 875, Paul Page, 1985 818, Dave Oliver, 1975 760, Adam Lafferty, 2001 756, Jim Hoskins, 1984 747, John Barron, 1987

Receiving Yards 2,241, Dan Bohrer, 2006-09 2,176, Eric Voss, 1990-93 2,070, Adam Lafferty, 1999-2002 1,937, Paul Page, 1983-86 1,933, Tom Redmond, 1970-72 1,801, Kyle Conner, 1997-2000 1,759, Jon Hill, 1990-93 1,702, Mike Chrobot, 1975-78 1,634, Dave Swihart, 1972-75 1,566, Tom Wallace, 1979-82

Receptions 78, Zach Watkins, 2009 73, Tom Redmond, 1972 71, Dan Bohrer, 2008 63, Kyle Conner, 2000 55, Paul Page, 1985 55, Mike Chrobot, 1978 54, Dave Oliver, 1975 53, Todd Roehling, 1990 52, Dan Bohrer, 2009 52, Nate Miller, 2006 52, Paul Page, 1986

Receptions 192, Dan Bohrer, 2006-09 142, Eric Voss, 1990-93 137, Mike Chrobot, 1975-78 124, Kyle Conner, 1997-2000 120, Steve Roberts, 1986-89 117, Tom Redmond, 1970-72 117, Paul Page, 1983-86 112, Adam Lafferty, 1999-2002 112, Dave Swihart, 1972-75 111, Jon Hill, 1990-93

Receiving Yards 260, Kyle Conner vs. San Diego, 2000 223, Todd Roehling vs. Dayton, 1990 211, Tom Redmond vs. Ball State, 1972 208, Eric Voss vs. Valparaiso, 1990 183, Zach Watkins vs. Albion, 2009 181, Tom Wallace vs. Georgetown, 1981 176, Paul Page vs. Dayton, 1986 175, Jim Hoskins vs. Franklin, 1984 169, Nate Miller vs. Valparaiso, 2006 165, John Barron vs. Grand Valley State, ‘87 Receptions 15, Tom Redmond vs. Ball State, 1972 13, Zach Watkins vs. Morehead St., 2009 13, Mike Chrobot vs. Dayton, 1978 12, Todd Roehling vs. Dayton, 1990 11, Zach Watkins vs. Drake, 2009 11, Nate Miller vs. Hanover, 2006 11, Kyle Conner vs. San Diego, 2000 11, Kyle Conner vs. Morehead State, 2000 11, Kyle Conner vs. Albion, 1999 11, Steve Roberts vs. Dayton, 1989 Scoring 36, Steve Roberts vs. St. Ambrose, 1989 30, Scott Gray vs. Albion, 2007 24, Dan Bohrer vs. Franklin, 2008 24, Scott Gray vs. Hanover, 2007 24, Dale Jennings vs. UW-Stevens Pt., 2002 24, Dale Jennings vs. Drake, 2002 24, Naim Sanders vs. Valparaiso, 1996 24, Arnold Mickens vs. Valparaiso, 1995 24, Steve Roberts vs. Northwood, 1989 24, Steve Roberts vs. St. Joseph’s, 1989 24, Steve Roberts vs. St. Joseph’s, 1988 24, Steve Roberts vs. Kentucky State, 1988 24, Steve Roberts vs. Northwood, 1988 24, Steve Roberts vs. Franklin, 1987 24, Dave Oliver vs. St. Joseph’s, 1974 24, Kevin McDevitt vs. Franklin, 1976

Steve Roberts 30

Career

Rushing Yards 295, Arnold Mickens vs. Valparaiso, 1994 293, Arnold Mickens vs. Drake, 1994 288, Arnold Mickens vs. UW-Stevens Pt., ‘94 271, Steve Roberts vs. St. Ambrose, 1989 263, Arnold Mickens vs. San Diego, 1994 259, Arnold Mickens vs. Valparaiso, 1995 258, Steve Roberts vs. Indianapolis, 1989 251, Naim Sanders vs. Evansville, 1996 246, Steve Roberts vs. N.E. Missouri, 1987 244, Arnold Mickens vs. Evansville, 1994

Passing Yards 497, DeWayne Ewing vs. San Diego, 2000 419, Travis Delph vs. UW-Stevens Pt., 2002 384, Paul Romanowski vs. Hillsdale, 1991 364, Curt Roy vs. St. Joseph’s, 1981 350, DeWayne Ewing vs. St. Francis (Ind.), ‘00 349, DeWayne Ewing vs. Albion, 2001 346, DeWayne Ewing vs. Georgetown, 2000 341, DeWayne Ewing vs. Dayton, 2000 331, Rob Cutter vs. Georgetown, 1985 329, Ron Kiolbassa vs. Kentucky State, ‘89

Arnold Mickens

Single Season

Scoring 142, 132, 120, 108, 104, 100, 90, 84, 84, 78, 72,

Steve Roberts, 1988 Steve Roberts, 1989 Dale Jennings, 2002 Arnold Mickens, 1994 Steve Roberts, 1987 Kevin McDevitt, 1976 Scott Gray, 2007 Ryan Zimpleman, 2000 John Skirchak, 1960 Harry Muta, 1975 Naim Sanders, 1996

Scoring 386, 216, 202, 186, 176, 175, 172, 162, 162, 161,

Steve Roberts, 1986-89 John Jenkins, 1985-88 Leroy Thompson, 1953-56 Naim Sanders, 1995-98 Arnold Mickens, 1994-95 Jordan Quiroz, 2005-08 Kevin McDevitt, 1973-76 Dale Jennings, 1998-2002 Ryan Zimpleman, 1997-2000 Tim Witmer, 1989-92

Butler Records BUTLER’S FIRST TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE PLAYERS Indiana Collegiate Conference 1952: Fred Davis, QB; Ralph London, T; John Riddle, HB; Bill Norkus, C; Norm Ellenberger, FB; Don Kelly, HB 1953: Fred Davis, QB; Bob Eichholtz, G; George Freyn, E; Gene Kuzmic, HB; Ralph London, T; Leroy Thompson, FB 1954: Ralph London, T; Leroy Thompson, FB 1956: Bob Eichholtz, G; Ken Nicholson, T; Leroy Thompson, FB 1957: Paul Furnish, G; Phil Mercer, HB 1958: Paul Furnish, G; John Moses, QB; Cliff Oilar, HB; Ken Spraetz, E; Kent Stewart, FB; Bob White, C 1959: Jim Ringer, C; Walt Stockslager, T 1960: John Skirchak, HB; Ed McCauley, G; Don Benbow, T; Phil Long, QB; Gary Green, FB 1961: Phil Long, QB; Don Benbow, T; Larry Shook, HB 1962: Tim Renie, E; Lee Grimm, G; Ron Adams, QB; John Brown, HB 1963: Lee Grimm, G; Rich Florence, E 1965: Dick Dullaghan, HB; Ken Leffler, C; Tom Sayer, T 1966: Larry Fairchild, T; Mark Steinmetz, G; Dan Warfel, LB 1968: Howard Cline, C; Eddie Bopp, DB; Pat Kress, T; Larry Gilbert, HB 1969: Rich Gray, DB; Phil Whisner, DT; Andy Carson, C, Dick Reed, QB 1970: Dan Nolan, HB 1971: Tom Redmond, E, Mike McDevitt, C 1972: Mike McDevitt, C; Noble York, DB, Dave Swihart, TE; Andy Wetzel, G; Tom Redmond, FL; Bob Rykovich, E; Fred Powell, T; Ron Cooper, MG 1973: Dave Swihart, TE; Phil Schluge, T; Steve Clayton, QB; Bill Kuntz, DE; Keith Himmel, DB 1974: Dave Swihart, TE; Bill Lynch, QB; Andy Wetzel, T; Bob Ligda, K; Tim O’Banion, E; Lee Schluge, T 1975: Dave Swihart, TE; Bill Lynch, QB; Harry Muta, RB; Dave Oliver, FL; Bob Ligda, K; Rob Goshert, DE; Dave Cunningham, C; Mark Chappuis, LB 1976: Bill Lynch, QB; Kevin McDevitt, FB Heartland Collegiate Conference 1977: Mike Chrobot, TE; Ken LaRose, T; Chuck Schwanekamp, G; Joe Chaulk, C; Bruce Scifres, HB; Bill Ginn, FB; Ed Thompson, K; Rob Goshert, DE; Mike Minczeski, LB; Bruce Ford, T 1978: Mike Chrobot, TE; Scot Shaw, DB; Mike Daugherty, DE 1979: Ken LaRose, T; Tony Pence, MG; Paul Harrington, LB; Mike Shibinski, DB 1980: Andy Howard, RB; Tim Flanigan, OG; Tony Pence, MG 1981: Landy Breeden, DE; Tony Pence, MG 1982: Dave Newcomer, OT; Landy Breeden, DE; Dave Ginn, LB; Mike Peconge, MG; Tony Sales, DB 1983: Jim Bell, OG; Brian Bertke, MG; John Carwile, C; Eric Chapman, RB; Scott Cook DT; Dave Ginn, LB; John Doctor, LB; Dino Merlina, DB; Scott Olinger, OT; Noble Parks, FB; Curt Roy, QB; John

Warne, TE; Steve Torrence, DE 1984: Jim Hoskins, WR; Scott Olinger, OT; Jay Barnhorst, FB; Dave Ginn, LB; Dino Merlina, DB 1985: Paul Page, WR; Jay Barnhorst, FB; Mark Ribordy, DE; Ron Bunt, LB; Jeff Palmer, DT 1986: Paul Page, WR; Mark Ribordy, DE; Todd Jones, OT; George Dury, C; Mike Hegwood, DB 1987: Todd Jones, OT; Rusty Melzoni, OG; Mark Allanson, C; Steve Roberts, RB; John Jenkins, K; Jack Fillenwarth, DE; Tom Klusman, MG; Joe Annee, LB; Todd Yeoman, DB 1988: John Barron, WR; Tom Maheras, OT; Dan Shirey, OG; Mark Allanson, C; Steve Roberts, RB; Randy Renners, DT; Ron Baird, DE; Chuck Orban, LB; Todd Yeoman, DB 1989: Dan Shirey, OG; Mark Allanson, C; Ron Roembke, TE; Steve Roberts, RB; Greg Mariacher, DT; Jerry Pianto, MG; Chuck Orban, LB; Dax Gonzalez, DB; Kevin Shomber, P Midwest Intercollegiate Football Conference 1990: Kevin Enright, OT; Jerry Pianto, NG; Chuck Orban, LB 1991: Todd Larson, OT; Paul Romanowski, QB; Kevin Kimble, RB; Dave Kathman, DE; Kevin Johnson, LB; Dax Gonzalez, DB 1992: Ruben DeLuna, OT; Kevin Kimble, RB; Dave Kathman, LB; Don DeCraene, DB Pioneer Football League 1993: Eric Voss, WR; Jeff Burks, OT; Richard Johnson, RB; Terry Bolen, DT; Dave Kathman, LB 1994: Damon Black, OT; Keith Rossell, OT; Arnold Mickens, RB; Brian Sanders, DT; Marty Erschen, LB; Chris Toner, LB; Cameron McDaniel, DB 1995: Arnold Mickens, RB; Ron Griswold, NG 1996: Naim Sanders, RB; Ron Griswold, NG; Nick Winings, LB 1997: Nick Batalis, C; Naim Sanders, RB; Ron Griswold, NG; Kevin Ward, LB 1998: Nick Batalis, C; Naim Sanders, RB; Adam Timm, WR; Kevin Ward, LB; Shawn Wood, P 1999: Kyle Conner, WR 2000: Kyle Conner, WR; Brandon Willett, TE; Grant Veith, OL; DeWayne Ewing, QB 2001: Kyle Derickson, WR; Brandon Willett, TE; Roman Speron, RB; Nick Ober, LB 2002: Carl Erickson, OL; Dale Jennings, RB; Tim Lytle, DL; Parker Smith; LB, Russ Mann, DB; Justin Campbell, RS 2003: Brandon Martin, DB; John Leininger, DL; Justin Campbell, RS 2004: Dave McMahon, DL; Andy Nelson, DB 2005: Chris Marzotto, DL 2006: Chris Marzotto, DL 2008: Grant Hunter, DL 2009: Spencer Summerville, DB; Donnie Gilmore, OL; Scott Gray, RB; Zach Watkins, WR

Conference Champions Indiana Collegiate Conference 1951 Valparaiso (4-0) 1952 BUTLER, Valparaiso (3-1-1) 1953 BUTLER (5-0) 1954 Valparaiso (5-1) 1955 St. Joseph’s, Evansville (5-1) 1956 St. Joseph’s (6-0) 1957 St. Joseph’s (6-0) 1958 BUTLER (5-1) 1959 BUTLER (6-0) 1960 BUTLER (5-1) 1961 BUTLER (6-0) 1962 BUTLER (4-1-1) 1963 BUTLER (6-0) 1964 BUTLER, Ball State, Evansville, Valparaiso, Indiana State (4-2) 1965 Ball State (6-0) 1966 Ball State (5-0-1) 1967 Ball State (5-1) 1968 Valparaiso (4-0) 1969 Valparaiso, Evansville (3-1) 1970 Evansville (4-0) 1971 St. Joseph’s (4-0) 1972 BUTLER, Evansville (4-1) 1973 BUTLER (4-1) 1974 BUTLER (6-0) 1975 BUTLER (6-0) 1976 Evansville, St. Joseph’s (4-1) Heartland Collegiate Conference 1977 BUTLER, St. Joseph’s (3-1) 1978 Indianapolis (4-2) 1979 St. Joseph’s (4-1) 1980 Ashland, Franklin (5-2) 1981 Franklin, Indianapolis (6-1) 1982 Ashland (6-1) 1983 BUTLER (5-0-1) 1984 Ashland (6-1) 1985 BUTLER, Ashland (5-1) 1986 Ashland (5-1) 1987 BUTLER (4-0-1) 1988 BUTLER (3-0-1) 1989 BUTLER (4-0) Midwest Intercollegiate Football Conference 1990 Grand Valley State (9-1) 1991 BUTLER (9-1) 1992 BUTLER, Ferris State, Grand Valley State (8-2) Pioneer Football League 1993 Dayton (5-0) 1994 BUTLER (4-1) Dayton (4-1) 1995 Drake (5-0) 1996 Dayton (5-0) 1997 Dayton (5-0) 1998 Drake (4-0) 1999 Dayton (4-0) 2000 Dayton, Drake, Valparaiso (3-1) 2001 Dayton (4-0) 2002 Dayton (4-0) 2003 Valparaiso (3-1) 2004 Drake (4-0) 2005 San Diego (4-0) 2006 San Diego (7-0) 2007 Dayton (6-1), San Diego (6-1) 2008 Jacksonville (7-1) 2009 Butler, Dayton (7-1) 31

Season-By-Season Records YEAR 1887 1888 1889 1890 1891 1892 1893 1894 1895 1896 1897 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 32

RECORD COACH 3-0-0 Clint Howe (No football played) 2-0-0 Clint Howe 3-0-1 Clint Howe 4-3-0 (Coach Unknown) 5-1-0 (Coach Unknown) 1-0-0 (Coach Unknown) 6-1-0 Joseph Flint 2-2-0 Joseph Flint 4-3-0 (Coach Unknown) 3-0-0 James Zink 2-1-1 T. Williamson 1-3-0 Walter Kelly 1-3-0 Walter Kelly 1-0-0 Walter Kelly 1-3-0 Walter Kelly 0-3-0 Walter Kelly 6-1-0 R. Wingard 7-2-1 R. Wingard 1-0-0 Don Robinson 1-3-2 John McKay 5-0-1 John McKay 5-3-0 Walter Gipe 4-3-1 John McKay 4-3-1 Dave Allerdice 5-3-0 G. Cullen Thomas 2-4-1 G. Cullen Thomas 4-2-0 G. Cullen Thomas 1-6-0 G. Cullen Thomas 3-5-0 G. Cullen Thomas 3-3-0 G. Cullen Thomas 2-1-1 G. Cullen Thomas 0-5-1 Joe Mullane 7-1-0 Pat Page 6-2-0 Pat Page 8-2-0 Pat Page 7-2-0 Pat Page 4-5-0 Pat Page 5-2-2 Pat Page 3-6-0 Paul D. (Tony) Hinkle 4-3-1 George Potsy Clark 6-2-0 George Potsy Clark 4-4-0 George Potsy Clark 2-7-0 Harry M. Bell 3-5-0 Harry M. Bell 2-4-1 Fred Mackey 2-6-0 Fred Mackey 6-1-1 Fred Mackey 7-1-0 Paul D. (Tony) Hinkle 6-0-2 Paul D. (Tony) Hinkle 5-2-1 Paul D. (Tony) Hinkle 4-4-0 Paul D. (Tony) Hinkle 7-0-1 Paul D. (Tony) Hinkle 4-4-1 Paul D. (Tony) Hinkle 5-4-0 Paul D. (Tony) Hinkle 2-7-0 Frank (Pop) Hedden (No football–World War II) (No football–World War II) 3-3-0 Frank (Pop) Hedden 7-1-0 Paul D. (Tony) Hinkle 5-3-1 Paul D. (Tony) Hinkle 3-5-0 Paul D. (Tony) Hinkle 2-6-0 Paul D. (Tony) Hinkle 4-4-1 Paul D. (Tony) Hinkle 4-4-1 Paul D. (Tony) Hinkle 5-3-1 Paul D. (Tony) Hinkle 6-2-0 Paul D. (Tony) Hinkle 4-4-1 Paul D. (Tony) Hinkle

YEAR 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983

RECORD 3-5-0 6-2-0 7-2-0 8-1-0 9-0-0 8-1-0 9-0-0 5-2-2 8-1-0 4-4-1 6-3-0 4-5-0 2-7-0 2-7-0 3-6-0 3-6-1 3-7-0 5-5-0 5-5-0 8-2-0 9-1-0 6-4-0 5-5-0 5-5-0 5-5-0 5-5-0 3-7-0 7-3-0 9-1-1

“Tony” Hinkle

COACH Paul D. (Tony) Hinkle Paul D. (Tony) Hinkle Paul D. (Tony) Hinkle Paul D. (Tony) Hinkle Paul D. (Tony) Hinkle Paul D. (Tony) Hinkle Paul D. (Tony) Hinkle Paul D. (Tony) Hinkle Paul D. (Tony) Hinkle Paul D. (Tony) Hinkle Paul D. (Tony) Hinkle Paul D. (Tony) Hinkle Paul D. (Tony) Hinkle Paul D. (Tony) Hinkle Paul D. (Tony) Hinkle Bill Sylvester Bill Sylvester Bill Sylvester Bill Sylvester Bill Sylvester Bill Sylvester Bill Sylvester Bill Sylvester Bill Sylvester Bill Sylvester Bill Sylvester Bill Sylvester Bill Sylvester Bill Sylvester

Bill Sylvester

YEAR 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Summary:

Bill Lynch

RECORD 6-4-0 8-2-0 5-5-0 8-1-1 8-2-1 7-2-1 5-5-1 9-2-0 8-2-0 4-6-0 7-3-0 2-8-0 3-7-0 6-4-0 4-6-0 5-5-0 2-8-0 5-5-0 4-6-0 2-9-0 1-10-0 0-11-0 3-8-0 4-7-0 6-5-0 11-1-0 Years 120

COACH Bill Sylvester Bill Lynch Bill Lynch Bill Lynch Bill Lynch Bill Lynch Bob Bartolomeo Bob Bartolomeo Ken LaRose Ken LaRose Ken LaRose Ken LaRose Ken LaRose Ken LaRose Ken LaRose Ken LaRose Ken LaRose Ken LaRose Kit Cartwright Kit Cartwright Kit Cartwright Kit Cartwright Jeff Voris Jeff Voris Jeff Voris Jeff Voris Won Lost Tied 539 417 35

Bob Bartolomeo

Ken LaRose

BUTLER FOOTBALL COACHING RECORDS Coach (Years) Clint Howe (1887-1890) Joseph Flint (1894-1895) James Zink (1897) T. Williamson (1898) Walter Kelly (1899-1903) R. Wingard (1904-1905) Don Robinson (1906) John McKay (1907-1908,1910) Walter Gipe (1909) Dave Allerdice (1911) G. Cullen Thomas (1912-1918) John Mullane (1919) Harland (Pat) Page (1920-1925) George Potsy Clark (1927-1929) Harry Bell (1930-1931) Fred Mackey (1932-1934) Frank (Pop) Hedden (1942-1945) Paul D. (Tony) Hinkle (1926, 35-41,46-69) Bill Sylvester (1970-1984) Bill Lynch (1985-89) Bob Bartolomeo (1990-91) Ken LaRose (1992-2001) Kit Cartwright (2002-05) Jeff Voris (2006- )

Years W 3 8 2 8 1 3 1 2 5 4 2 13 1 1 3 10 1 5 1 4 7 20 1 0 6 37 3 14 2 5 3 10 2 5 32 165 15 84 5 36 2 14 10 46 4 7 4 24

L 0 3 0 1 12 3 0 6 3 3 24 5 14 9 12 11 10 99 65 12 7 54 36 21

T 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 4 0 1 2 1 2 1 0 2 0 13 2 3 1 0 0 0

Pct. .944 .727 1.000 .625 .250 .794 1.000 .600 .625 .563 .457 .083 .717 .604 .294 .478 .333 .619 .563 .735 .659 .460 .163 .533

Butler Year-By-Year Scores 1887 Coach: Clint Howe 45 Purdue 48 Franklin 24 Hanover

(3-0-0) 5 8 10

1888 (No Football) 1889 Coach: Clint Howe 32 Hanover 14 Purdue

(2-0-0) 0 0

1890 Coach: Clint Howe 0 DePauw 18 DePauw 22 Wabash 12 Purdue

(3-0-1) 0 0 6 10

1891 Coach: Unknown 20 DePauw 52 State Univ. 6 Michigan 26 State Univ. 28 Wabash 34 Cincinnati 0 Purdue

(4-3-0) 32 6 42 6 6 10 58

1892 Coach: Unknown 18 Earlham 10 Indiana 14 Wabash 12 Dayton 6 Purdue 20 DePauw

(5-1-0) 6 6 12 0 40 18

1893 Coach: Unknown 28 Wabash

(1-0-0) 24

1894 Coach: Joseph Flint 0 Purdue 38 DePauw 64 Kokomo 12 Danville Normal 34 Rose Poly 58 Wabash 6 Indianapolis Art

(6-1-0) 30 6 0 0 0 0 4

1895 Coach: Joseph Flint 6 Wabash 0 Miami 34 Indiana 18 Knightstown

(2-2-0) 10 6 2 0

1896 Coach: Unknown (4-3-0) 22 Franklin 6 6 Indiana 22 18 Rose Hulman 0 0 Miami 6 16 Miami 4 13 Earlham 0 0 Indianapolis Ath. Club 14 1897 Coach: James Zink 24 Franklin 16 Miami 4 Earlham

(3-0-0) 6 4 0

1898 Coach: T. Williamson 4 Earlham 11 Franklin 0 Earlham 0 DePauw

(2-1-1) 0 0 10 0

1899 Coach: Walter Kelly 11 Franklin 0 DePauw 0 Franklin 0 Earlham

(1-3-0) 0 28 17 10

1900 Coach: Walter Kelly 0 Franklin 0 Earlham 0 Franklin 10 DePauw

(1-3-0) 17 33 37 7

1901 Coach: Walter Kelly 30 Earlham

(1-0-0) 0

1902 Coach: Walter Kelly 0 Cincinnati 17 Wabash 0 DePauw 0 Franklin

(1-3-0) 6 12 32 5

1903 Coach: Walter Kelly 0 DePauw 0 Wabash 0 Rose Hulman

(0-3-0) 18 46 31

1904 Coach: R. Wingard 47 State Normal 32 Miami 56 Danville Normal 17 State Normal 28 Earlham 16 Hanover 0 Wabash

(6-1-0) 0 0 5 0 8 6 51

1905 Coach: R. Wingard 101 State Normal 6 Wabash 0 Indiana 31 Winona Tech 47 Shelbyville 6 Rose Hulman 10 Wittenberg 17 Miami 18 DePauw 64 Franklin

(7-2-1) 0 0 31 0 0 6 12 0 17 0

1906 Coach: Don Robinson (1-0-0) 17 Irvington Ath. Club 0 1907 Coach: John McKay 0 State Normal 5 Rose Hulman 5 Winona 0 Franklin 6 Earlham 0 Hanover

(1-3-2) 0 16 0 0 34 22

1908 Coach: John McKay 22 Winona 18 Hanover 31 Earlham 23 Franklin 10 Hanover 6 Rose Hulman

(5-0-1) 5 0 0 0 0 6

1909 Coach: Walter Gipe 25 Winona 18 Franklin 23 Hanover 6 Earlham 6 DePauw 6 Rose Hulman 0 Cincinnati 12 Wabash

(5-3-0) 0 0 5 0 12 12 22 0

1910 Coach: John McKay 34 Georgetown 5 Hanover 18 Moores Hill 0 Wabash 0 Indiana 3 DePauw 6 Earlham 0 Miami

(4-3-1) 0 3 0 48 33 0 17 0

1911 Coach: Dave Allerdice 19 Franklin 0 Transylvania 9 Notre Dame 22 Cincinnati 6 Earlham 3 DePauw 6 Rose Hulman 45 Moores Hill

(4-3-1) 0 0 27 12 39 0 11 0

1912 Coach: G. Cullen Thomas (5-3-0) 54 Hanover 0 25 Franklin 0 0 Wabash 47 13 Earlham 0 52 Moores Hill 14 27 Transylvania 0 3 DePauw 17 6 Rose Hulman 13 1913 Coach: G. Cullen Thomas (2-4-1) 7 Kentucky State 21 10 Wabash 6 14 Franklin 7 0 Earlham 0 0 Louisville 21 0 DePauw 12 19 Rose Hulman 20 1914 Coach: G. Cullen Thomas (4-2-0) 0 Georgetown 13 7 Earlham 6 17 Hanover 16 0 Transylvania 47 7 DePauw 0 6 Franklin 0 1915 Coach: G. Cullen Thomas (1-6-0) 0 Kentucky State 33 16 Franklin 20 0 Rose Hulman 7 7 Wabash 35 0 DePauw 39 20 Hanover 7 19 Earlham 34 1916 Coach: G. Cullen Thomas (3-5-0) 3 Kentucky State 39 83 Meron 0 27 Earlham 0 0 Wabash 56 7 Louisville 19 0 DePauw 20 14 Franklin 39 13 Rose Hulman 7 1917 Coach: G. Cullen Thomas (3-3-0) 0 Kentucky State 33 0 Millikin 34 27 Hanover 7 6 Franklin 0 6 Earlham 0 0 Rose Hulman 25 1918 Coach: G. Cullen Thomas (2-1-1) 32 Hanover 6 6 Franklin 2 0 Miami 52 0 Rose Hulman 0 1919 Coach: Joe Mullane 0 Wabash 0 DePauw 7 Rose Hulman 0 Hanover 0 Earlham 0 Franklin

(0-5-1) 67 76 21 0 6 14

1920 Coach: Pat Page 7 Wittenberg 53 Hanover

(7-1-0) 20 7

74 13 21 35 9 39

Wilmington Earlham Franklin Rose Hulman Chicago YMCA Georgetown

0 7 10 7 0 0

1921 Coach: Pat Page 19 Denison 70 Rose Hulman 122 Hanover 33 Earlham 0 Wabash 7 Chicago YMCA 3 Michigan Aggies 28 Franklin

(6-2-0) 6 6 6 7 14 14 2 0

1922 Coach: Pat Page 6 Wilmington 14 Franklin 16 Chicago YMCA 10 Illinois 57 Earlham 9 Wabash 19 Rose Hulman 19 DePauw 3 Notre Dame 7 Bethany

(8-2-0) 0 0 0 7 0 7 0 0 32 29

1923 Coach: Pat Page 39 Hanover 7 Illinois 2 Wabash 13 DePauw 16 Bethany 13 Franklin 7 Notre Dame 19 Haskell 26 Chicago YMCA

(7-2-0) 0 21 0 0 0 7 34 13 6

1924 Coach: Pat Page 21 Hanover 10 Franklin 10 Illinois 7 Centenary 12 Wabash 26 DePauw 0 Iowa 0 Ohio Wesleyan 7 Haskell

(4-5-0) 6 7 40 9 0 7 7 24 20

1925 Coach: Pat Page 28 Earlham 6 DePauw 13 Illinois 23 Franklin 0 Wabash 38 Rose Hulman 7 Minnesota 10 Dayton 9 Centenary

(5-2-2) 0 6 16 0 0 0 33 7 0

1926 Coach: Tony Hinkle 38 Earlham 70 Hanover 7 Illinois 7 Franklin 10 DePauw 0 Lombard 0 Wabash 0 Minnesota 6 Dayton

(3-6-0) 0 0 38 0 21 18 13 81 20

1927 Coach: George Potsy Clark (4-3-1) 46 Muncie Normal 12 58 VALPARAISO 0 0 At Illinois 58 7 FRANKLIN 7 25 DePauw 6 6 LOMBARD 19 13 Wabash 6 0 At Michigan State 25

1928 Coach: George Potsy Clark (6-2-0) 0 At Northwestern 14 55 FRANKLIN 0 40 DANVILLE C. NORMAL 0 13 WASHINGTON (MO.) 0 12 BALL STATE 7 0 ILLINOIS 14 24 EARLHAM 0 26 TUFTS 3 1929 Coach: George Potsy Clark (4-4-0) 13 ILLINOIS WESLEYAN 9 0 At Northwestern 13 6 HASKELL 13 6 At New York Univ.# 13 13 At DePauw 0 14 WABASH 0 0 MILLIKIN 6 33 LOYOLA (LA.) 13 #Game played at Yankee Stadium. 1930 Coach: Harry M. Bell (2-7-0) 46 INDIANA CENTRAL* 0 7 OHIO 12 0 Illinois 27 0 ST. LOUIS 7 13 Wabash 7 0 At Loyola (La.) 33 0 Purdue 33 0 Haskell 27 0 Marquette 25 •First night game in the Butler Bowl. 1931 Coach: Harry M. Bell (3-5-0) 6 Franklin 7 0 At Ohio 40 34 BALL STATE 0 61 Louisville 6 2 Dayton 26 13 WABASH 0 0 MARQUETTE 21 7 At Washington (D.C.) 32 1932 Coach: Fred Mackey 13 Ball State 7 Cincinnati 7 Millikin 0 Wabash 14 Franklin 0 Drake 0 Dayton

(2-4-1) 12 13 13 34 0 0 7

1933 Coach: Fred Mackey 2 Franklin 19 Ball State 6 Drake 24 Evansville 0 Wabash 7 Cincinnati 7 Valparaiso 12 Washington

(2-6-0) 16 2 26 6 12 34 20 36

1934 Coach: Fred Mackey (6-1-1) 13 Ball State 4 25 Franklin 0 50 Danville C. Normal 0 12 Indiana State 0 0 Wabash 0 7 Washington 32 6 Manchester 0 12 Valparaiso 7 1935 Coach: Tony Hinkle 29 Louisville 12 Evansville 71 Hanover 33 Indiana State 39 Valparaiso 20 Wabash 18 Franklin 7 Western State

(7-1-0) 0 0 7 7 0 0 0 19

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Butler Year-By-Year Scores 1936 Coach: Tony Hinkle 40 Evansville 12 Cincinnati 6 Chicago 26 Manchester 9 Wabash 64 Franklin 41 Valparaiso 13 Western State

(6-0-2) 0 12 6 0 7 0 0 7

1937 Coach: Tony Hinkle (5-2-1) 7 At Purdue 33 13 At Cincinnati 0 33 VALPARAISO 0 51 EVANSVILLE 0 12 WASH. & JEFFERSON 0 13 At DePauw 0 0 WABASH 0 13 WESTERN STATE 14 1938 Coach: Tony Hinkle (4-4-0) 12 Ball State 6 6 Purdue 21 0 George Washington 26 12 DePauw 0 35 Ohio Wesleyan 0 27 Wabash 0 0 Western State 13 21 Washington (Mo.) 27 1939 Coach: Tony Hinkle (7-0-1) 16 BALL STATE 0 12 OHIO 7 34 INDIANA STATE 0 13 GEORGE WASHINGTON 6 33 At DePauw 0 6 WASHINGTON (MO.) 6 55 WABASH 0 12 At Western State 0 1940 Coach: Tony Hinkle (4-4-1) 27 ST. JOSEPH’S 6 0 At Purdue 28 7 At Ohio 7 6 XAVIER 13 19 At Wabash 12 19 At Washington (Mo.) 27 32 DePAUW 6 25 BALL STATE 0 7 TOLEDO 20

1946 Coach: Tony Hinkle 19 Eastern Illinois 13 Indiana State 0 Western Michigan 41 DePauw 20 Ball State 25 Wabash 31 St. Joseph’s 25 Valparaiso

(7-1-0) 12 7 19 6 6 7 6 0

1947 Coach: Tony Hinkle (5-3-1) 6 BALL STATE 6 7 At Ohio 14 21 ST. JOSEPH’S 0 14 At Wabash 0 21 WESTERN MICHIGAN 20 35 DePAUW 0 0 WESTERN RESERVE 6 27 VALPARAISO 6 19 At Cincinnati 26 1948 Coach: Tony Hinkle 68 Indiana Central 14 Evansville 0 Western Reserve 0 Washington (MO) 7 Cincinnati 20 Wabash 7 Western Michigan 6 Ohio

(3-5-0) 7 13 6 7 16 7 20 14

1949 Coach: Tony Hinkle 7 Evansville 14 Wabash 6 Western Reserve 47 Indiana State 0 Washington (Mo.) 0 ILLINOIS STATE 6 Western Michigan 0 Ohio

(2-6-0) 24 7 28 14 7 14 40 14

1950 Coach: Tony Hinkle (4-4-1) 12 At Evansville 14 7 WABASH 7 14 OHIO 21 33 At Ball State 7 7 MIAMI (OHIO) 42 25 At Western Reserve 14 13 At Western Michigan 34 25 WASHINGTON (MO.) 20 32 At Indiana State 0

1941 Coach: Tony Hinkle 6 ST. JOSEPH’S 7 Xavier 6 Western State 13 Ball State 20 DePauw 7 Ohio 26 Wabash 18 Toledo 40 Washington (MO)

(5-4-0) 13 40 14 6 6 20 0 2 13

1942 Coach: Pop Hedden 14 XAVIER 0 Indiana 0 Illinois 0 Ohio 0 WABASH 7 Western Michigan 39 DePAUW 12 TOLEDO 0 ST. JOSEPH’S

1951 Coach: Tony Hinkle (4-4-1) 7 VALPARAISO 41 7 WEST. RESERVE 6 26 At Wabash 26 20 BALL STATE 14 6 At St. Joseph’s 12 27 EVANSVILLE 12 0 WEST. MICHIGAN 20 13 At Washington (Mo.) 20 14 At Indiana State 7

(2-7-0) 21 53 67 6 6 13 0 0 6

1952 Coach: Tony Hinkle (5-3-1) 25 At Evansville 20 47 NORTH CENTRAL 6 25 WABASH 27 28 At Ball State 6 33 ST. JOSEPH’S 0 13 INDIANA STATE 13 13 At Valparaiso 14 33 WASHINGTON (Mo.) 20 14 At Western Reserve 42

1943-44 (No football) 1945 Coach: Pop Hedden 7 Eastern Illinois 56 Earlham 32 Franklin 56 Manchester 2 Ball State 0 Valparaiso

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(3-3-0) 12 7 6 0 16 6

1953 Coach: Tony Hinkle (6-2-0) 27 EVANSVILLE 0 24 At Wabash 20 25 BALL STATE 7 47 At St. Joseph’s 13 47 INDIANA STATE 12 32 VALPARAISO 20 14 At Washington (Mo.) 27 20 WESTERN RESERVE 21

1954 Coach: Tony Hinkle (4-4-1) 21 At Evansville 14 14 WABASH 21 13 At Ball State 26 40 ST. JOSEPH’S 12 38 INDIANA STATE 26 7 At Valparaiso 39 6 WASHINGTON (MO.) 25 13 INDIANA CENTRAL 7 13 At Western Reserve 13 1955 Coach: Tony Hinkle (3-5-0) 14 EVANSVILLE 45 26 At Indiana State 19 20 BALL STATE 13 13 At St. Joseph’s 28 18 DePAUW 7 14 VALPARAISO 24 12 At Wabash 14 20 At Washington (Mo.) 41 1956 Coach: Tony Hinkle (6-2-0) 34 At Evansville 7 32 INDIANA STATE 0 28 At Ball State 12 6 ST. JOSEPH’S 31 19 At DePauw 13 20 At Valparaiso 6 26 WABASH 7 20 WASHINGTON (MO.) 21 1957 Coach: Tony Hinkle (7-2-0) 0 BRADLEY 13 14 At Wabash 6 13 At St. Joseph’s 34 27 INDIANA STATE 0 27 At Valparaiso 0 27 BALL STATE 7 19 At Evansville 7 26 DePAUW 13 41 WASHINGTON (MO.) 13 1958 Coach: Tony Hinkle (8-1-0) 39 At Bradley 19 40 WABASH 6 6 ST. JOSEPH’S 0 31 At Indiana State 8 34 VALPARAISO 0 7 At Ball State 14 28 EVANSVILLE 14 30 At DePauw 0 20 At Washington (Mo.) 12 1959 Coach: Tony Hinkle (9-0-0) 27 BRADLEY 8 28 At Wabash 8 20 At St. Joseph’s 7 41 INDIANA STATE 6 10 At Valparaiso 7 27 BALL STATE 0 33 At Evansville 14 21 DePAUW 3 48 WASHINGTON (MO.) 13 1960 Coach: Tony Hinkle (8-1-0) 18 At Bradley 12 40 WABASH 7 6 ST. JOSEPH’S 24 20 At Indiana State 13 27 VALPARAISO 20 27 At Ball State 0 34 EVANSVILLE 6 13 At DePauw 6 33 At Washington (Mo.) 6 1961 Coach: Tony Hinkle 34 BRADLEY 48 BALL STATE 34 At Wabash 12 At DePauw 27 ST. JOSEPH’S 26 At Indiana State 14 VALPARAISO

(9-0-0) 23 6 7 6 7 0 2

30 26

At Evansville WASHINGTON (MO)

1962 Coach: Tony Hinkle 34 At Bradley 28 At Ball State 14 WABASH 21 DePAUW 0 At St. Joseph’s 41 INDIANA STATE 16 At Valparaiso 41 EVANSVILLE 13 At Marshall

7 7

(5-2-2) 16 28 14 18 6 20 14 0 26

1963 Coach: Tony Hinkle (8-1-0) 13 At Morehead State 31 35 BRADLEY 27 13 BALL STATE 0 26 At Wabash 21 14 At DePauw 12 27 ST. JOSEPH’S 0 7 At Indiana State 6 27 VALPARAISO 12 32 At Evansville 14 1964 Coach: Tony Hinkle (4-4-1) 7 MOREHEAD STATE 26 21 At Bradley 28 14 At Ball State 28 7 WABASH 7 9 DePAUW 6 41 At St. Joseph’s 2 7 INDIANA STATE 2 14 At Valparaiso 23 48 EVANSVILLE 21 1965 Coach: Tony Hinkle (6-3-0) 41 TAYLOR 6 27 At Indiana State 7 21 ST. JOSEPH’S 12 21 At Valparaiso 23 42 EVANSVILLE 0 7 At Ball State 22 14 DePAUW 8 7 At Akron 14 27 WEST. KENTUCKY 20 1966 Coach: Tony Hinkle (4-5-0) 6 Northern Illinois 34 28 Indiana State 6 20 St. Joseph’s 7 12 Valparaiso 15 26 Evansville 7 14 Ball State 17 14 DePauw 7 14 Akron 20 7 Western Kentucky 35 1967 Coach: Tony Hinkle (2-7-0) 7 NO. ILLINOIS 24 7 At Indiana State 23 27 ST. JOSEPH’S 2 7 At Valparaiso 21 7 EVANSVILLE 24 7 At Ball State 65 20 DePAUW 21 14 At Wabash 0 14 WEST. KENTUCKY 36 1968 Coach: Tony Hinkle (2-7-0) 7 AKRON 32 0 At Western Kentucky 35 12 INDIANA STATE 28 49 At St. Joseph’s 14 7 VALPARAISO 10 7 At Evansville 44 21 BALL STATE 24 7 At DePauw 30 26 WABASH 9 1969 Coach: Tony Hinkle (3-6-0) 0 AKRON 52 57 INDIANA CENTRAL 0

7 34 6 17 31 9 38

At Ball State At DePAUW At Wabash At St. Joseph’s INDIANA STATE At Evansville VALPARAISO

36 23 17 20 54 14 20

1970 Coach: Bill Sylvester (3-6-1) 0 At Akron 34 13 BALL STATE 26 14 At DePauw 6 21 WABASH 21 24 ST. JOSEPH’S 26 0 At Indiana State 61 18 EVANSVILLE 31 34 At Valparaiso 31 0 At Western Kentucky 14 35 INDIANA CENTRAL 0 1971 Coach: Bill Sylvester (3-7-0) 0 At Akron 24 0 At Ball State 27 15 DePAUW 13 14 At Wabash 0 6 At St. Joseph’s 24 21 INDIANA STATE 14 8 At Evansville 21 12 VALPARAISO 48 0 WEST. KENTUCKY 31 12 INDIANA CENTRAL 17 1972 Coach: Bill Sylvester (5-5-0) 7 AKRON 34 41 BALL STATE 50 34 At DePauw 7 55 WABASH 6 33 ST. JOSEPH’S 8 21 At Indiana State 49 6 EVANSVILLE 10 17 At Valparaiso 10 6 At Western Kentucky 35 8 At Indiana Central 7 1973 Coach: Bill Sylvester (5-5-0) 19 At Akron 51 14 At Ball State 52 13 At St. Joseph’s 7 13 At Wabash 7 12 VALPARAISO 6 13 INDIANA STATE 41 36 DePAUW 21 34 EVANSVILLE 35 6 WEST. KENTUCKY 48 21 INDIANA CENTRAL 14 1974 Coach: Bill Sylvester (8-2-0) 21 WAYNE STATE 14 0 BALL STATE 45 31 At Valparaiso 15 22 WABASH 17 24 At DePauw 20 29 INDIANA CENTRAL 26 27 At Indiana State 56 39 At Evansville 16 64 At St. Joseph’s 26 35 FRANKLIN 28 1975 Coach: Bill Sylvester 21 At Evansville 20 ROSE HULMAN 37 ST. JOSEPH’S 44 At Indiana Central 39 VALPARAISO 35 At Wabash 17 At Wayne State 14 DePAUW 51 At Franklin 28 ST. NORBERT

(9-1-0) 19 12 8 7 8 0 21 7 20 15

1976 Coach: Bill Sylvester 28 EVANSVILLE 34 HILLSDALE 18 At Wittenberg

(6-4-0) 31 28 21

Butler Year-By-Year Scores 29 24 18 35 23 35 28

At Valparaiso INDIANA CENTRAL At St. Joseph’s FRANKLIN At DePauw WABASH EASTERN ILLINOIS

1977 Coach: Bill Sylvester 13 DAYTON 7 At Hillsdale 3 WITTENBERG 14 VALPARAISO 11 At Indiana Central 17 ST. JOSEPH’S 7 At Franklin 31 At Eastern Illinois 41 DePAUW 28 At Evansville

49 6 28 7 7 12 27 (5-5-0) 45 20 14 7 30 7 42 13 0 20

1978 Coach: Bill Sylvester (5-5-0) 3 EASTERN ILLINOIS 42 17 HILLSDALE 14 6 At Dayton 31 24 At Valparaiso 20 20 INDIANA CENTRAL 6 17 At St. Joseph’s 21 13 FRANKLIN 14 6 At St. Norbert 20 13 At DePauw 12 9 EVANSVILLE 7 1979 Coach: Bill Sylvester 0 At Eastern Illinois 9 At Hillsdale 0 DAYTON 25 VALPARAISO 13 At Indiana Central 23 ST. JOSEPH’S 14 At Franklin 24 ST. NORBERT 24 DePAUW 21 At Evansville

(5-5-0) 38 10 24 24 14 28 10 7 14 10

1980 Coach: Bill Sylvester (5-5-0) 17 HILLSDALE 10 0 At Dayton 29 13 At Valparaiso 25 21 FRANKLIN 26 7 At Georgetown 14 10 At Ashland 0 31 EVANSVILLE 20 14 WITTENBERG 35 7 INDIANA CENTRAL 6 0 At St. Joseph’s 24 1981 Coach: Bill Sylvester 0 At Hillsdale 0 DAYTON 10 At Evansville 16 VALPARAISO 21 At Franklin 34 GEORGETOWN 10 ASHLAND 42 At Wittenberg 31 ST. JOSEPH’S 14 At Indiana Central

(3-7-0) 37 27 31 0 25 6 38 14 33 16

1982 Coach: Bill Sylvester (7-3-0) 20 WAYNE STATE 7 20 At Dayton 14 7 WITTENBERG 17 27 At Valparaiso 3 6 FRANKLIN 10 39 At Georgetown 0 6 At Ashland 8 20 EVANSVILLE 9 31 At St. Joseph’s 16 14 INDIANA CENTRAL 7 1983 Coach: Bill Sylvester 19 At Wayne State 20 DAYTON 14 At Wittenberg

(9-1-1) 6 3 3

41 31 38 24 21 24 26

VALPARAISO At Franklin GEORGETOWN ASHLAND At Evansville ST. JOSEPH’S At Indiana Central NCAA Division II Playoffs 6 At UC-Davis

35 17 14 9 21 7 6 25

1984 Coach: Bill Sylvester (6-4-0) 6 KENTUCKY STATE 7 20 WITTENBERG 9 0 At Dayton 34 33 GEORGETOWN 7 22 At St. Joseph’s 17 16 At Evansville 13 13 ASHLAND 14 34 At Franklin 27 28 VALPARAISO 27 10 At Indiana Central 20 1985 Coach: Bill Lynch (8-2-0) 24 At Kentucky State 0 23 At Wittenberg 24 27 DAYTON 14 31 At Georgetown 18 31 ST. JOSEPH’S 3 21 EVANSVILLE 20 7 At Ashland 17 39 FRANKLIN 10 26 At Valparaiso 15 18 INDIANA CENTRAL 17 1986 Coach: Bill Lynch (5-5-0) 16 At Dayton 17 28 GRAND VALLEY ST. 30 36 ANDERSON 0 32 At St. Joseph’s 22 28 At Evansville 9 14 ASHLAND 24 20 At Franklin 21 28 VALPARAISO 6 25 At Indianapolis 28 31 FINDLAY 12 1987 Coach: Bill Lynch (8-1-1) 19 At Grand Valley State 24 64 At Anderson 0 15 DAYTON 10 27 At Northeast Missouri 22 14 ST. JOSEPH’S 3 28 EVANSVILLE 28 31 At Ashland 6 49 FRANKLIN 14 29 At Valparaiso 22 35 INDIANAPOLIS 20 1988 Coach: Bill Lynch (8-2-1) 29 FERRIS STATE 13 34 NORTHWOOD 11 10 At Central State 55 34 At Dayton 17 43 ST. JOSEPH’S 20 35 KENTUCKY STATE 14 56 At Valparaiso 0 13 At Indianapolis 13 17 ASHLAND 10 27 At St. Ambrose 0 NCAA Divison II Playoffs 6 At Tennessee-Martin 23 1989 Coach: Bill Lynch (7-2-1) 3 At Ferris State 28 35 At Northwood Institute 21 18 GRAND VALLEY ST. 27 23 DAYTON 23 43 At St. Joseph’s 28 23 At Kentucky State 19 31 VALPARAISO 0 31 INDIANAPOLIS 25 17 At Ashland 6 56 ST. AMBROSE 28

1990 Coach: Bob Bartolomeo (5-5-1) 9 At Northern Michigan 10 17 ST. JOSEPH’S 10 0 At Grand Valley State 35 10 At Dayton 14 9 INDIANAPOLIS 9 16 At Wayne State 7 37 VALPARAISO 0 18 At Ferris State 27 17 ASHLAND 3 27 HILLSDALE 16 7 At Saginaw Valley State 17 1991 Coach: Bob Bartolomeo (9-2-0) 28 NO. MICHIGAN 0 37 At St. Joseph’s 10 33 GRAND VALLEY ST. 0 22 At Indianapolis 3 42 WAYNE STATE 7 22 At Valparaiso 2 6 FERRIS STATE 7 14 At Ashland 12 26 At Hillsdale 20 13 SAGINAW VALLEY 10 NCAA Division II Playoffs 16 At Pittsburg State 26

33 0

EVANSVILLE At St. Joseph’s

31 49

1997 Coach: Ken LaRose (6-4-0) 10 At Howard Payne 9 21 ROBERT MORRIS 26 38 At St. Francis (Pa.) 12 17 CLINCH VALLEY 3 7 At Dayton 42 14 At San Diego 24 17 VALPARAISO 19 38 At Evansville 35 14 DRAKE 13 20 ST. JOSEPH’S 13 1998 Coach: Ken LaRose (4-6) 21 ALBION 44 17 At Morehead State 55 13 ST. FRANCIS (PA.) 0 26 At Wesley (Del.) 24 27 DAYTON 31 29 SAN DIEGO 27 10 At Valparaiso 17 7 At Drake 41 39 At Quincy 0 33 LINDENWOOD (OT) 34

1992 Coach: Ken LaRose (8-2-0) 14 At Northern Michigan 0 33 ST. JOSEPH’S 7 10 At Grand Valley State 21 28 INDIANAPOLIS 6 31 At Wayne State 6 42 VALPARAISO 13 7 At Ferris State 35 24 ASHLAND 21 28 HILLSDALE 17 37 At Saginaw Valley State 0

1999 Coach: Ken LaRose (5-5) 27 At Albion (OT) 20 34 MOREHEAD STATE 56 21 At St. Francis (Pa.) 7 34 WESLEY (DEL.) 19 7 At Dayton 42 20 VALPARAISO 38 14 At San Diego 42 6 DRAKE 53 27 QUINCY 12 27 At Lindenwood 16

1993 Coach: Ken LaRose 19 At Hofstra 24 At Georgetown 28 DRAKE 7 HILLSDALE 10 VALPARAISO 6 At Dayton 27 At San Diego 14 At Evansville 27 UAB 21 At Indianapolis

(4-6-0) 20 21 3 29 0 28 28 12 31 34

2000 Coach: Ken LaRose (2-8) 37 ST. FRANCIS (IND.) 56 43 At Morehead State 46 41 ST. FRANCIS (PA.) 7 56 At Georgetown (DC) (OT) 57 26 DAYTON 43 23 At Albion 24 7 At Valparaiso 33 37 SAN DIEGO 38 41 At Drake 62 45 At Quincy 12

1994 Coach: Ken LaRose (7-3-0) 0 HOFSTRA 41 42 At St. Xavier 6 31 GEORGETOWN 21 28 At Wis.-Stevens Point 16 28 At Drake 20 14 At Valparaiso 20 31 DAYTON 24 38 SAN DIEGO 21 49 EVANSVILLE 14 14 At UAB 19

2001 Coach: Ken LaRose (5-5) 20 At St. Francis (Ind.) 41 29 MOREHEAD STATE 27 23 DUQUESNE 33 31 ALBION 28 38 VALPARAISO 21 7 At Dayton 45 19 At San Diego 16 39 DRAKE 41 48 QUINCY 27 24 At Southern Utah 49

1995 Coach: Ken LaRose (2-8-0) 17 HOWARD PAYNE 7 3 At Towson State 34 15 At Millikin 27 0 WIS.-STEVENS PT. 37 8 DRAKE 29 42 VALPARAISO 44 13 At Dayton 49 29 THOMAS MORE 37 14 At Evansville 13 16 At San Diego 37

2002 Coach: Kit Cartwright 54 TIFFIN 0 At Florida Internat’l 43 UW-STEVENS PT. 20 At Morehead State 0 At Dayton 23 AUSTIN PEAY 26 SAN DIEGO 48 DRAKE 52 At Valparaiso 28 At Quincy

1996 Coach: Ken LaRose 3 TOWSON STATE 0 At Robert Morris 42 MILLIKIN 6 At Clinch Valley 7 At Drake 29 At Valparaiso 10 DAYTON 34 SAN DIEGO

2003 Coach: Kit Cartwright (2-9) 6 At Tiffin 42 0 At Duquesne 49 27 DAVIDSON 45 7 At UW-Stevens Point 56 7 At Austin Peay 28 16 ST. FRANCIS (IND.) 47 7 At Drake 24 0 DAYTON 40

(3-7-0) 14 38 7 34 51 50 30 3

(4-6) 31 42 29 53 41 40 35 44 22 37

7 25 17

At San Diego VALPARAISO ST. JOSEPH’S

53 21 13

2004 Coach: Kit Cartwright (1-10) 12 At Albion 13 3 TIFFIN 48 7 At Morehead State 15 14 At Davidson 21 21 AUSTIN PEAY 14 7 At St. Francis (Ind.) 35 6 DRAKE 43 10 At Dayton 49 12 SAN DIEGO 41 26 At Valparaiso 31 0 ST. JOSEPH’S 34 2005 Coach: Kit Cartwright (0-11) 23 ALBION* 28 7 At Tiffin 30 13 At Robert Morris 49 21 At Jacksonville 55 10 MOREHEAD STATE 58 7 At San Diego 49 21 VALPARAISO 34 7 ST. JOSEPH’S 23 10 At Drake 56 7 DAYTON 41 28 MISSOURI-ROLLA 45 *--At Univ. of Indianapolis. 2006 Coach: Jeff Voris (3-8) 10 At Albion 31 30 HANOVER 10 14 ROBERT MORRIS 35 7 JACKSONVILLE 31 23 DAYTON 20 3 At San Diego 56 0 DRAKE 29 32 VALPARAISO 10 20 At Missouri-Rolla 35 7 MOREHEAD STATE 14 10 At Davidson 50 2007 Coach: Jeff Voris (4-7) 42 ALBION 14 44 At Hanover 14 11 ST. JOSEPH’S 8 28 MISSOURI-ROLLA (OT) 21 9 SAN DIEGO 56 19 At Drake 37 37 At Valparaiso 42 3 At Morehead State 24 32 DAVIDSON 44 0 At Dayton 61 16 At Jacksonville 24 2008 Coach: Jeff Voris (6-5) 20 At Albion 6 28 FRANKLIN 31 41 At Missouri S & T 15 21 DRAKE 15 56 At Campbell 7 48 At Valparaiso 21 31 MOREHEAD STATE 21 9 JACKSONVILLE 45 21 DAYTON (OT) 28 17 At San Diego 34 34 At Davidson 46 2009 Coach: Jeff Voris (11-1) 42 ALBION 3 49 At Franklin 19 42 HANOVER 21 28 At Morehead State (OT) 21 25 SAN DIEGO 24 23 VALPARAISO 14 23 At Campbell 16 14 DAVIDSON 7 31 At Dayton 28 7 At Jacksonville 36 20 DRAKE 17 28 CENT. CONN. STATE# 23 #--Gridiron Classic.

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All-Time Letterwinners A Abel, Chris, 1989, 90 Abplanalp, Pat, 1987, 88 Abts, Henry, 1938, 39, 40 Ackman, Eric, 1992, 93, 94 Adams, Bob, 1963 Adams, Joe, 1952, 53 Adams, Mark, 2000, 01 Adams, Ron, 1960, 62, 63 Adika, Brian, 2006, 07, 08, 09 Agnew, Ralph, 1916 Ahrendts, Dick, 1954, 55 Albea, Mark, 1973, 74, 75 Alcala, Richard, 2004, 05, 06 Alcorn, Chad, 1987, 88, 89 Aldrich, Jeff, 2003, 04 Alenduff, Marty, 1964 Allanson, Mark, 1987, 88, 89 Allegretti, Carl, 1982 Allegretti, Jim, 1991 Allegretti, Paul, 1986 Allen, Edwin, 1928, 29, 30 Anderson, Cory, 2007 Andreadis, Lou, 1994, 95 Andress, Dave, 1972 Annee, Joe, 1985, 86, 87 (C) Annee, Louis, 1957 Anthony, Jim, 1969 Anthony, Leslie, 1903 Arbo, John, Jr., 1998 Armstrong, Scott, 1933, 34 Aronson, Mike, 1968 Atkins, Rick, 1991 Atkins, V. A., 1986, 88 Aton, Ross, 1995 Attaway, Al, 1968, 69, 70 (C) Austin, Gene, 1988, 89, 90, 91 Austin, Steve, 1992, 93 Avington, Ken, 1956, 57, 58 B Babinec, John, 1971, 73 Badger, Everett, 1912 Bailey, David, 1997, 98, 99 Bailey, Van, 1964, 65, 66, 67 Baird, Ron, 1987, 88, 89, 90 Baker, Bill, 1978, 79, 80, 82 Baker, Charles, 1889, 90, 91, 92 Baker, James, 1954, 55 Baker, Stephen, 1928 Baldwin, Chris, 1993 Barclay, Jim, 1976, 77 Barker, Ted, 1967, 68 Barnard, Scott, 1979, 80, 81 (C) Barnes, Chris, 1987 Barnes, George, 1996 Barney, Doug, 1962, 63 Barnhorst, Jay, 1984, 85, 86 Barr, Richard, 1949 Barron, John, 1986, 87, 88 Barthel, Tim, 1983, 84 Bartolomeo, Bob, 1974, 75, 76 Bastian, Bob, 1920 Baszner, Adam, 2002 Batalis, Nick, 1995, 96, 97, 98 Batrich, Donald, 1945 Batts, Roscoe, 1933, 34, 45 Bauer, Brian, 2000 Bauermeister, Carl, 1929, 30 Bays, Shawn, 1991, 92, 93 Baytala, Mike, 1998 Bearden, Cody, 2007 Beatty, Bart, 1996, 97 Beaverson, Neil, 1973, 75, 76 Beck, Art, 1962, 63, 64 Beck, Jeff, 1992 Beimesche, Andy, 1994 Belcher, William, 1936 Belden, Jim, 1962, 63 Belden, Randy, 1968, 69, 70 (C) Bell, Jim, 1981, 82, 83, 84 Belmonte, Efres, 1978, 79, 80 Benbow, Don, 1959, 60, 61 (C) Benjamin, John, 1955 Bennett, Mike, 2005, 06, 07, 08 Bennett, Paul, 1951, 53 Bennett, Richard, 1947, 48 Berglund, Brent, 1990, 91, 92 Berndt, Dick, 1952, 53, 54 Berninger, Mark, 1996 Bertke, Brian, 1982, 83 Bertuglia, Lennie, 1977, 78 Betz, David, 2000

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Biddle, Herbert, 1962 Bidstrup, Dick, 1948, 49 Billick, Larry, 1978, 80 Biven, James, 1945 Black, Arthur, 1921, 25 Black, Damon, 1993, 94 Blackaby, Inman, 1935, 36, 37 (C) Blanchford, Vince, 1993, 94 Bland, Eugene (Tiny), 1945 Blanks, Derek, 1982, 83 Blare, George, 1940 Blasenak, Jason, 1995, 96, 97 Blessing, Robert, 1922, 23 Blevins, Rob, 2007, 08 Blum, Norm, 1968 Boa, Andy, 1935, 36, 37 Bohnert, Mark, 1972, 74, 75 Bohrer, Dan, 2006, 07, 08, 09 (C) Bole, Randy, 1972, 74, 75 Bolen, Terry, 1991, 92, 93 Bolger, Grove, 1984, 85, 86 Boltin, Charles, 1952, 53, 54 Bonham, Earl, 1916 (C) Booz, Ken, 1930, 31 (C) Bopp, Ed, 1966, 67, 68 (C) Bork, Bill, 1957, 58, 59 Bork, William, 2008, 09 Borrell, Adam, 1993, 94, 95 Bovenkerk, Greg, 1998 Bowers, David, 1995, 96 Bradford, Derek, 2007, 08, 09 Brand, Harry, 1903 Brandt, Ralph, 1930, 32 Branson, DeWayne, 1985, 86 Branyon, Jared, 2006, 07, 08 Braun, Gregg, 2000, 01 Breeden, Landy, 1979, 80, 81, 82 (C) Britt, Kevin, 1979, 81, 82 Brocchi, Mario, 1999, 00, 01 Brock, Bob, 1967, 68, 69 Brock, Ray, 1929, 30 Brocklesby, Ryan, 2001, 02, 03 Broden, Tom, 1942 Broderick, Charles, 1936, 37, 38 (C) Brodine, Jeff, 1964, 65 Brolsma, Kevin, 2003, 04, 05, 07 Brown, Archie, 1916 Brown, Charles, 1936 Brown, John, 1955, 61, 62 Brown, Leonard, 1969, 70, 71 Brown, Mark, 1903 Brown, Pat, 1970 Brown, Paul, 1919, 20, 21 Brown, Phil, 1920 (C), 21, 22 Brown, Robert, 1933, 34, 35 Brown, T. J., 2005, 06, 07 Bruner, Ralph, 1920 Bruton, Kyle, 2001, 02 Buchanan, Bill, 1887 Buchanan, Jerry, 1981, 83 Buchanan, Phil, 2003, 04, 05, 06 Buckner, Lawrence, 2002 Bugg, Bill, 1928 Bunn, Heath, 1994, 95 Bunnell, Kermit, 1932, 33, 34 Bunt, Ron, 1982, 83, 84, 85 (C) Burdette, Cody, 1935, 36 Burgner, Dan, 1964, 65, 66 Burker, John, 1967, 68 Burkett, Kip, 1977, 78 Burkhart, Clarence, 1911, 12 Burks, Jeff, 1992, 93 Burton, Chris, 1980 Burton, Kelly, 1995 Bush, Dave, 1960, 61, 62 Bush, Kyle, 2007 Butcher, Mark, 1975 Butler, Bert, 1960, 61, 62 Butler, Jerry, 1960 Butler, Mike, 1982 Butters, Tom, 1969 C Cahill, Andy, 2002 Caito, Mike, 1969, 70, 71 Caldicott, Nick, 2008, 09 Calvert, Mark, 1977, 78 Cameron, Harry, 1891 Campbell, Don, 1951, 52, 53 Campbell, Justin, 2001, 02, 03 (C), 04 Campbell, Travis, 1995, 96, 97 Canfield, Vincent, 1924 Capizzi, Lou, 2000, 01, 02 (C)

Caporale, Egidio, 1958, 59 Caporale, Louis, 1954 Captain, Ron, 1962, 63, 64 Caranddo, Richard, 1966 Carbone, Dean, 1964 Carlberg, Chad, 1996, 97, 98, 99 (C) Carr, Don, 1960 Carson, Andy, 1968, 69 Carter, Ben, 1932 Carter, Glen, 1922 Carwile, John, 1980, 81, 82, 83 Casselman, Bob, 1977 Catanella, Ken, 1968 Cavosie, John, 1928, 29 Cecil, Carl, 1922, 24, 25 Celarek, Frank, 1939 Celarek, Kevin, 1970 Chakos, Ted, 1981, 82 Chaleff, Boris, 1942 Chandler, Scott, 1953, 54, 55 Chapman, Eric, 1982, 83, 84 Chapman, Jerry, 1974, 75 Chapman, Ralph, 1947, 48, 49 Chappuis, Mark, 1973, 74, 75 Chase, Anton, 2000, 01 Chaulk, Joe, 1974, 75, 77 Chelminiak, John, 1948, 49, 50 Chelovich, Colin, 2001, 02, 03, 04 (C) Cheviron, Mike, 1982, 83, 84, 85 Christner, Phil, 2003, 04, 05 (C) Chrobot, Mike, 1975, 76, 77, 78 Chrobot, Rob, 1984 Cilella, Mike, 1976, 77 Clark, David, 1982, 83 Clark, George, 1887 Clark, Jon, 2003, 04 Clarkson, Nick, 2006, 07, 08 Clarkson, Taylor, 2009 Clausen, Frank, 1903 Clayton, Steve, 1970, 71, 72, 73 (C) Cline, Howard, 1967, 68 Coachys, Jim, 1967 Cochran, Mike, 1987, 88, 89, 90 (C) Coddington, Addison, 1934 Coe, John, 1955 Coffman, Chris, 2000 Cohen, Bennie, 1940 Cole, Ryan, 2003 Collier, George, 1925 Collier, Harrison, 1926, 27 (C) Collins, Matt, 2000, 01, 02 (C) Collins, Rob, 1984, 85, 86 Colway, Gene, 1921 Comotto, Nick, 2007, 08, 09 Compton, John, 1931, 32 Compton, Mel, 1903 Compton, Todd, 1998 Condon, Kyle, 1994, 95, 96, 97 Condon, Louis, 1946 Conley, Bob, 1968 Conn, Scott, 2005, 06, 07 Conner, Dave, 2001 Conner, Kyle, 1997, 99, 00 (C) Connor, Bill, 1936, 37, 38 Connor, Bob, 1937, 38, 39 (C) Connor, Bob, 1978, 79, 80 Conrad, Carson, 1931 Constantino, Silvio, 1937, 38 Cook, Brandon, 2002 Cook, Scott, 1980, 81, 82, 83 Cooks, Jeff, 1994 Cooper, Howard, 1946 Cooper, Jerry, 1978, 79 Cooper, Ron D., 1970 Cooper, Ron L., 1970, 71, 72 Corbett, Mark, 1970, 71, 72, 73 Cornelius, Ed, 1946 Cornelius, George, 1916 Cornelius, Pem, 1946, 49, 50 Cornell, Andrew, 1992 Cosgrove, Walter, 1932 Cosler, Rob, 2008, 09 Costas, Spero, 1934, 35, 36 (C) Cottrell, Andrew, 2009 Coughlin, Kevin, 1971 Cougill, Brad, 1989, 90, 91 Cousino, Case, 2006 Crable, Brian, 2007, 08, 09 Craney, Jason, 1996, 97, 98, 00 (C) Craver, Jim, 1966, 67, 68 Crawford, Bob, 1964, 65 Crawford, George, 1935, 36

Crawford, John, 1936, 37, 38 Crawford, Stanley, 1938, 39, 40 Crawforth, Tim, 1949, 50 (C) Creach, Bill, 1996 Credille, Kevin, 2009 Crockett, Chuck, 1978, 79, 80, 81 Crosley, Howard, 1928, 29 Cross, James, 1890 Cross, Tom, 1950 Crouch, Dan, 1968, 69 Crumley, Jim, 1950, 51 Cruse, Glen, 1908 Cullum, Carl, 1890, 91 Cunningham, Dan, 1963 Cunningham, Dave, 1974, 75 Cunningham, Eric, 2004, 05 Cunnings, Robert, 1945 Currey, Doug, 1977, 78, 79, 80 Curtis, Richard, 1934, 35 Curto, Stephen, 2003 Cutter, Rob, 1985, 86, 87 (C) D Dainton, Ken, 1971 Daniels, Fred, 1916 Dauch, Andy, 2008, 09 Daugherty, Mike, 1975, 76, 77, 78 Davidson, Frank, 1889, 90 Davidson, Mike, 1982, 83, 84 Davies, Thomas, 1928 Davis, Alex, 2005, 06, 07 Davis, Chester, 1916 Davis, Chris, 2006, 07 Davis, Fred, 1951, 52, 53 (C) Davis, Gordon, 1928 Davis, John, 1952 Davis, Kent, 1999, 00, 01 Day, Bob, 1958, 59, 60 (C) Day, Derek, 2005, 2006, 07, 08 Dayton, Charles, 1931 DeCraene, Don, 1990, 91, 92 DeJaegher, Joe, 1992, 93, 94 Delaney, Dave, 1973 Del Busto, Mike, 1980, 81, 82 DeLuna, Ruben, 1989, 90, 91, 92 (C) Delph, Travis, 2001, 02 Dennison, Chuck, 1964, 65, 68 Depositar, Steven, 2009 Derickson, Kyle, 1999, 00, 01, 02 (C) DeShone, Scott, 1988, 89 DeTrude, Keith, 1973, 74, 75 DeWald, Steve, 1942 Dezelan, Joseph, 1938, 39, 40 (C) Dezelan, Joseph, Jr., 1964, 65 Dick, Andy, 1974 Diggins, Ryan, 2003, 05, 06 Dillon, Husani, 1995, 96, 97 Dimancheff, Boris, 1941, 42 Dinn, George, 1973, 74, 76 Dinwiddie, Will, 1995, 96 Dirksing, Chris, 1990 Disney, James, 1966 Disser, Kelly, 2000, 02, 03 Dixon, Travis, 1992, 93, 94 Dixon, Jim, 1987, 88, 89 Dobkins, Knute, 1942, 46, 47, 48 Doctor, John, 1980, 81, 82, 83 Dodds, Ronald, 1945 Dodson, Roger, 1973, 74, 75 Dold, Leslie, 1942, 46 Dombart, Tadd, 2007, 08, 09 Donovan, Brian, 1994 Donhauser, Dick, 1969 Donner, Chase, 2006, 07, 08 Doss, Bill, 1984, 85, 86 Douglas, Jim, 1957, 58, 59 d’Ouville, Paul, 1987, 88 Dovey, Parmalee, 1934 Dowd, Joe, 1973, 74, 75 Dowdy, D’Andre, 2005 Downham, Bob, 1963, 64 Doyle, William, 1941 Dugger, Doyle, 1939, 40 Dukes, Scott, 1941 Dullaghan, Dan, 1968, 69 Dullaghan, Dick, 1963, 64, 65 Duncan, Don, 1953 Durig, Chris, 2002, 03, 04, 05 Dury, George, 1984, 85, 86 Duttenhaver, Harry, 1920, 21, 22 (C) Dykhuizen, Joe, 1986 E Eagan, Bernard, 1952

All-Time Letterwinners Eaton, Joe, 1985, 86, 87 Eckerle, Mark, 1969, 70 Eckert, Kevin, 1998 Eddie, Mike, 2005 Egbers, Dan, 1979, 80, 81 Eichholtz, Bob, 1951, 52, 53, 54 (C) Eldridge, Gary, 1988, 89, 90, 91 Ellenberger, Norm, 1951, 52, 53 (C) Ellis, Jeff, 1981 Elser, Earl, 1930, 32 Elson, Brian, 1987, 88 Elson, Dave, 1991, 92, 93 Ely, Jeremy, 1995 Emmert, Dan, 2002, 03 England, George, 1951 Ennis, Willard, 1930, 32 Enrico, Jim, 1976, 77 Enright, Dave, 1963, 64, 65 Enright, Kevin, 1988, 89, 90 Ent, Harry, 1942 Eppard, John, 1980, 81 Epperson, Stan, 1968, 69, 70 Erickson, Carl, 1999, 00, 01, 02 (C) Errett, Zach, 1997, 98 Erschen, Marty, 1993, 94 Ertel, Mike, 1988, 89 Esary, Les, 1947, 48 Espich, Robert, 1985, 86, 87 Ewald, Clarence, 1953 Ewing, DeWayne, 1998, 99, 00, 01 (C) Evans, Jon, 1988 Eynotten, Bob, 1932, 33 F Fagan, Mark, 1981, 82 Fairchild, Larry, 1964, 65, 66 (C) Farmer, Bob, 2003, 04, 05 Farmer, Harry, 1947, 48, 49 Fattore, Len, 1961 Feichter, Harold, 1940 Ferree, John, 1922 Ferrell, John, 1914, 16 Fickert, Steve, 1970, 71, 72 (C) Fields, Randy, 1976, 77, 78 Fields, Tom, 1921 Fike, Edward, 1947, 49 Fillenwarth, Jack, 1985, 86, 87 Fine, Marion, 1945 Finney, Charles, 1996, 97 Fischer, Tom, 1973, 74 Fish, Guy, 1950, 51 (C) Fisher, Fred, 1947, 48, 49, 50 Fitzsimmons, Phillip, 1970, 71 (C) Flanigan, Tim, 1978, 79, 80 Fleck, Leslie, 1916 Fleming, Doug, 1985, 86 Fletcher, Bill, 1996 Fletcher, Francis, 1923, 24, 25 Fletcher, Nick, 1997, 99 Flick, Paul, 1995 Florence, Rich, 1962, 63 Flowers, Chris, 1990 Flowers, Dave, 1957, 58, 59 Flowers, Jim, 1989, 90 Floyd, Walter, 1923 Flynn, Mike, 1979 Fodor, Carl, 1955 Foor, Matthew, 2009 Ford, Bruce, 1974, 75, 76, 77 Ford, Jamie, 1994, 95, 96, 97 Forsythe, Chester, 1903 Fouty, John, 1950, 51 Frasca, Joe, 2003, 04, 05 Freas, Tom, 1972, 73 Frendenberger, George, 1928, 29 Freeman, Ken, 1960, 61 Freeman, Phil, 1894, 95 Freeman, Vince, 1985, 86 Freuchtenicht, Dick, 1939, 40 Freyn, George, 1953 (C) Friend, Jason, 2004 Fritz, Jacob, 2007, 08, 09 Fromuth, Alan, 1928 Fuhs, Dan, 1978, 79, 80 Fulaytar, Don, 1960 Fulk, Ralph, 1947 Fuller, Tom, 1990, 91, 92 Furnish, Paul, 1953, 56, 57, 58 (C) Furrey, Bryan, 1995, 96 Fus, Mike, 1985, 86 G Gallagher, Dan, 1959, 61 Galloy, Ryan, 1996, 98

Gamblin, Bill, 1954, 55, 56, 59 Gard, Marty, 1999 Garrett, Harvey, 1925 Garvey, Pat, 1967 Garwood, James, 1938, 39, 40 Gates, Damon, 1966, 67 Gatlin, Dan, 1987, 88, 89 Gatto, Joseph, 1945 Gauer, Greg, 1990, 91, 92 Gegner, Mike, 1983, 84 Geiman, Ken, 1942, 46 Geisert, Herman, 1928 (C) Gerlach, Les, 1951, 52, 53, 54 Giacomantonio, Mark, 2008, 09 Gilbert, Larry, 1966, 67, 68 Gillespie, Jim, 1967 Gillum, Joe, 1987, 88 Gillum, Mike, 1989 Gilmore, Donnie, 2007, 08, 09 Gilson, James, 1940, 41, 42 (C) Gilson, John, 1951, 54, 55, 56 Ginn, Bill, 1974, 75, 76, 77 Ginn, Dave, 1981, 82, 83, 84 (C) Glasgow, Joe, 1998 Glunt, Warren, 1928 Goad, Ryan, 1997, 98, 99 Goens, Larry, 1959, 60, 61 Goens, Mike, 1982, 83, 84 Goettler, Logan, 1998 Goettler, Steve, 1997 Goletz, Mike, 1996, 97, 98, 99 (C) Gollner, Bob, 1951 Golomb, Larry, 1965 Gongwer, Ed, 1887 Gonzales, Dax, 1988, 89, 90, 91 Gooch, Thomas, 1945 Good, Charles, 1912 Good, Noel, 1945 Goshert, Rob, 1975, 76, 77 Graham, Alva, 1920, 21 Gray, Rich, 1969, 70 Gray, Robert, 1962 Gray, Scott, 2007, 08, 09 Green, Gary, 1959, 60, 61 Green, Paul, 1934 Greene, Carlton, 1964 Greenwald, Jake, 2005, 06 Greer, Kent, 1990, 91, 92 Greer, Shane, 1992, 93 Greisl, Kevin, 1977 Grenda, Bob, 1971, 72, 73, 74 (C) Gribbins, Kevin, 1991, 93, 94 Grider, Chris, 2006, 07 Griggs, Haldane, 1921, 22, 24 Grimes, Chris, 1999 Grimes, Ricardo, 1976, 77, 78 Grimm, Lee, 1961, 62, 63 (C) Grissom, Joe, 1951, 57, 58, 59 Griswold, Ron, 1994, 95, 96, 97 (C) Gross, Jim, 1977 Gruber, John, 1972, 73 Guggenberger, Derek, 2006, 07, 08, 09 Guyer, Rick, 1947 H Hacker, Dillon, 1903 Haggard, Gordon, 1928 Hailey, Artis, 2009 Haley, Jr., Joe, 2000, 01, 02, 03 Hall, Archie, 1889 Hall, Bob, 1889, 90 Hall, Richard, 1921 Hall, Steve, 1997, 98, 99 Hall, Tom, 1889, 90, 91 Hallam, Ron, 1950, 51 Halloran, Dan, 1972 Hamilton, Bob, 1942, 46, 47, 48 Hamman, Bruce, 1950, 51 Hanson, Tyler, 2001, 02 Hardee, Craig, 1986, 87, 88 Harding, Thomas, 1937, 38, 39 Harkin, Jeremy, 1995, 96, 97, 98 (C) Harrell, John, 1955, 56, 57 (C) Harrington, Paul, 1976, 77, 78, 79 (C) Harris, Bill, 1973, 74 Harris, Justin, 2001, 02, 03 Harrison, Mike, 1965, 66, 67 (C) Hart, Jim, 2002, 03, 04 (C) Hart, Scott, 1995 Hartley, Mike, 1985, 86, 87 Hartley, Tim, 1908, 09 Hartman, Ray, 1908 Harvey, Stuart, 2008

Haste, Mark, 1985 Hatzikostantis, Alex, 1998, 99, 00 Haugh, Otis, 1903 Hauss, Craig, 1965, 66 Hauser, Craig, 1994, 95 Hauss, Jim, 1936, 37 Hauss, John, 1977, 78 Hayes, James, 1938 Haynes, Chris, 2003, 04, 05 (C) Hazelwood, Nathan, 1999, 00 Heacox, Richard, 1945 Healey, Brian, 1996 Healy, Brendan, 1998, 99, 00, 01 Heard, Sidney, 2003 Hearne, Brian, 1980 Heberet, Fred, 1971 Heckman, Drew, 2002, 04 Hedden, Frank, 1929 Hegwood, Mike, 1984, 85, 86, 87 Hein, Dave, 1972 Heines, Tom, 1955 Heintzman, Rob, 1984 Heise, Jonathan, 2003, 04 (C) Helmerich, Matt, 1998, 99 Helms, Larry, 1959, 60, 61 Helton, Carter, 1922, 23, 24, 25 Hensel, Hiram, 1922, 23, 24, 25 Hess, Ben, 2003, 04 Hess, Dick, 1955 Hess, Jim, 2004, 05, 07 Hiday, Mike, 2005, 06, 07 Hildebrand, Keith, 2005, 06 Hill, Erick, 1990, 91 Hill, Jon, 1991, 92, 93 Hilligrass, Frank, 1916 Hillring, Oscar, 1940, 41 Himmel, Keith, 1970, 71, 72, 73 (C) Hinchman, Hubert, 1928, 29, 30 Hinkle, Don, 1947, 48, 49 Hitch, Ralph, 1924, 25 Hitchcock, Randy, 1979, 80, 81 Hitchcock, Ryan, 2008, 09 Hobson, Rob, 2009 Hockett, Dave, 1962, 63 Hoffman, Jason, 1994, 95 Hoffman, Mark, 1969, 70, 71 Holliday, Keen, 1894, 95 Hollingsworth, Joe, 1947 Hollstegge, Dan, 1984 Holman, Rob, 1983, 84 Holmes, Larry, 1934, 36 Holok, Al, 1967, 68, 69 Holsclaw, Jim, 1995, 96, 97 Holst, Dick, 1961 Holthaus, Brian, 2003, 04, 05, 06 Holthaus, Matt, 1998, 99 Holthaus, Scott, 2000, 01, 02 Hoover, John, 1986 Horvath, Bill, 1942 Horvath, Steve, 1947 Hosier, Maurice, 1928, 29 (C) Hoskins, Jim, 1982, 83, 84 Hosmer, Jordan, 2006, 07 Housand, Kevin, 2004, 05 Howard, Andy, 1979, 80, 81, 82 Howard, Bill, 1941, 42 Huber, Dan, 1990 Huber, Joe, 1992 Huck, Andrew, 2009 Huddleston, Lew, 1887 Huff, Todd, 1996, 97, 98, 99 Huffman, Harold, 1970, 71 Hughes, Wayne, 1931 Hughett, Bill, 1953 Hummell, Frank, 1889 Humphrey, Pete, 1978, 79, 80, 81 Hungate, Harold, 1920, 21, 22, 23 (C) Hunt, Rick, 1992 Hunter, Grant, 2008, 09 Hunter, Ken, 1980 Hurrle, Bob, 1950, 55 Hurrle, Ott, 1946, 47 (C), 48 Hurrle, Otto, 1972, 73 Hurley, Marshall, 1954 Hutson, Mike, 1988, 90, 91 Hutt, Matt, 1991 Hysong, James, 1966, 67 (C) I Inman, Dave, 2003, 04, 05 (C), 06 Iozzo, Tom, 1966 Isenbarger, Tom, 1972, 73 Isom, Justin, 1999

J Jackson, John, 1960, 61 Jackson, Tim, 1964 Jacobs, Jay, 1952 Jacobs, Toby, 1993, 94, 95 (C) Jarrett, Robert, 1929 Jasinski, Mike, 2004, 05 Jefferson, Bill, 1974 Jenkins, John, 1985, 86, 87, 88 Jennings, Dale, 1999, 2002 Jennings, Floyd, 1950 Jennings, Tom, 1989 Jensen, Phil, 1984, 85, 86 Jeter, Mel, 1962, 63 Johnson, Ben, 1950, 53 Johnson, Brandon, 1998, 99 Johnson, Charles, 1951, 52 (C) Johnson, E. Paul, 1972, 73 Johnson, Kevin, 1990, 91 Johnson, Luke, 2007, 08 Johnson, Richard, 1991, 92, 93 Johnson, Spurgeon, 1933 Johnson, Walter, 1930 Johnston, Greg, 1986 Johnston, John, 1965, 66 Joiner, Doug, 1995 Jones, Ben, 2001 Jones, Gary, 1962 Jones, Larry, 1947 Jones, Richard, 1956 Jones, Todd, 1985, 86, 87 Jones, Tom, 1963 Jones, Walter, 1903 K Kalm, Philip, 1945 Kammer, Don, 1941 Kantor, Jerry, 1956 Kappen, Steve, 1985, 86 Kathman, Dave, 1991, 92, 93 Katris, Pete, 1977, 78, 79 Kavanaugh, Jim, 1946 Kavanaugh, Joe, 1946 Kazmierczak, Paul, 1977, 78, 79, 80 Keach, Bob, 1922, 23, 24, 25 Kealing, Marshall, 1931, 32 Keckler, Al, 1958 Keeling, Cliff, 1903 Kehrer, Dick, 1967 Kelleher, Joe, 2003, 04 Keller, Todd, 1976, 77, 78, 79 (C) Keller, Tyler, 2005, 06 Kelly, Don, 1951, 52 Kelly, Joe, 1957, 58 Kelly, Pat, 1993, 94 Kelly, Ryan, 1998, 99, 00 Keltner, Ken, 1962 Kennedy, Mannert, 1953, 54, 56 Kenney, Howard, 1972 Kerbox, Will, 1946 Kerins, Craig, 1999, 00, 01, 02 Kiel, Kip, 1984 Kilgore, David, 1924, 25 Kilgore, Charles, 1932 Kilgore, Marc, 1975 Kimble, Kevin, 1990, 91, 92 (C) Kincaid, Jeff, 2005, 06, 07 King, Pat, 1977 King, Robert, 1945 King, Ron, 1950 Kingsburty, John, 1903 Kiolbassa, Ron, 1988, 89, 90 Kirk, Mike, 1976, 77, 78 Kirk, Pat, 1974, 76, 77 Kirkhoff, Louis, 1912 Kirn, Art, 1969, 70 Kirschner, Arnold, 1968, 69, 70 Kiser, Dwight, 1920, 32 Kiser, William, 1919, 20, 21 (C), 23 Kisselman, Harry, 1967 Kistler, Matt, 1991, 92, 93 Klawitter, Gordon, 1966 Klett, Mike, 1992, 93, 94 Kline, Frank, 1935 Klug, Greg, 1980 Klusman, Tom, 1984, 85, 86, 87 Knapik, Rob, 2002, 03 Knieper, Steve, 1982, 83, 84 Knight, John, 1995, 96 Knock, Reginald, 1931 Knox, James, 1954 Kobli, Matt, 2007, 08 Koblinski, Kyle, 2006

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All-Time Letterwinners Koch, Jim, 1977, 78 Kocur, Carl, 1988, 89, 90 Kodba, Joe, 1942 Koehnen, Joe, 1987, 88, 89 Koehler, Kurt, 1976, 77 Koenig, Russ, 1975, 76 Kokinda, Jack, 1967 Kokonas, Eric, 2006 Kolkmeyer, Tim, 1979, 80, 81 Kollias, Steve, 1982, 83, 84 Kollins, John, 1957, 58, 59 Konold, David, 1921, 22, 24, 25 Koopman, Jordan, 2008, 09 Kosior, Casey, 1977, 78, 90 Koss, Harry, 1933 Koteff, Robert, 2009 Kotulic, Wayne, 1967 Kozlowski, Ron, 1964, 65, 66 Krause, Frank, 1962, 63 Kreag, Bill, 1937, 38, 39 Krebs, Jack, 1961 Kremer, David, Jr., 1995, 96, 97, 98 Kress, Pat, 1967, 68 (C) Kroger, Bob, 1985, 86 Kruse, William, 1941 Kubal, James, 1937, 38 Kuhn, Chris, 1998, 99 Kuntz, Bill, Jr., 1973, 74 Kuntz, Bill, Sr., 1946, 47, 48, 49 (C) Kuntz, Joe, 1989 Kutschke, Jim, 1965 Kuykendall, Bob, 1950 Kuzmic, Gene, 1953 Kwiatkowski, Mark, 2005, 06, 07, 08 Kyvik, Curtis, 1946, 47, 48, 49 L Lafferty, Adam, 2000, 01, 02 Lamar, William, 2009 Lambert, Bob, 1977, 78, 79 Lanahan, Victor, 1937, 38, 39 Landry, Greg, 1974, 75 Landry, Virgil, 1950, 51 Lane, C. D., 1903 Lang, David, 2008, 09 Langston, Ken, 1992 LaRose, Ken, 1976, 77, 78, 79 (C) Larsen, Jeff, 2009 Larson, Todd, 1988, 89, 90, 91 LaVine, Dave, 1942, 46 Lawson, Rob, 2005 Lawyer, John, 1950, 53 Laymon, Clarence, 1933, 34 (C), 35 (C) Laymon, Dan, 1891 League, Vincent, 1966, 67 Leamon, Charles, 1948 Lee, Mike, 1983, 84, 85 (C), 86 (C) Lees, Ed, 1983, 84 Leffler, Jim, 1968, 69 Leffler, K. C., 1990 Leffler, Ken, 1963, 64, 65 Lehane, Dan, 1954, 55 Leininger, John, 2000, 01, 02, 03 (C) Leonard, Bob, 2001, 02, 03 (C) Leonard, Dennis, 1972, 73, 74 Leslie, John, 1920, 21, 22 Lewis, Edwin, 1911, 12 (C) Lewis, Joe, 1964 Lewis, Richard, 1967, 69, 70 Ligda, Bob, 1974, 75, 76 Lill, Jim, 1967, 68, 69 Lister, John, 1894 (C), 95 (C) Livingston, Rob, 1993, 94 Livorsi, Mike, 1949, 50 Lockhart, Arthur, 1912 Loeffler, Greg, 1981, 82 Logan, Greg, 1968, 69 Logan, Mike, 1984, 85 Logsdon, Tim, 1975, 76, 77 London, Ralph, 1951, 52, 53, 54 (C) Long, Karl, 1957, 58, 59 Long, Phil, 1959, 60, 61 Loop, C., 1898 Loop, Marvin, 1894, 95, 98 Lopez, Davey, 2004 Lord, Jack, 1962, 63 Lumpkin, Tijuan, 1994 Lupus, Peter, 1951 Lutkewitte, Mike, 2005 Lynch, Bill, 1972, 74, 75, 76 (C) Lynch, Jim, 1962, 63 Lyon, Jim, 1966 Lyons, Greg, 1991, 92

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Lyster, Kevin, 1996, 97, 98 Lytle, Tim, 1999, 00, 01, 02 M Macek, Joseph, 1935, 37 Macharaschwili, Dave, 1988, 89, 90 Maglish, Joe, 1981, 82, 83 Magnuson, Bob, 1960 Maheras, Tom, 1987, 88 Maki, Wilho, 1928 Mahoney, Leo, 1952, 53, 54, 55 Mallonee, John, 1975, 76 Malone, Zach, 1995 Mangeot, Dan, 1990, 91, 92, 93 Mangin, Gene, 1951, 52, 53, 54 Manka, John, 1950, 51 Mann, Henry, 1889 (C), 90 (C) Mann, Russ, 2000, 01, 02 (C) Mariacher, Greg, 1987, 88, 89 (C) Marienthal, Matt, 2001, 02 Marion, Cecil, 1933 Marmion, Mike, 1951, 52 Marrs, Joel, 1999 Marrs, Lucas, 1995, 96, 97, 98 Martin, Brandon, 2000, 01, 02, 03 (C) Martin, Gary, 1977 Martin, Luther, 1934, 35 Martin, Vic, 1996, 97 Marzotto, Chris, 2004, 05, 06, 07 (C) Marzotto, Mike, 2005, 06, 07 Masarachia, Vincent, 1935, 36, 37 Massey, Jeff, 1987, 89 Masters, Nolan, 1954, 55, 56 Maternowski, Charles, 1947, 48, 49 Mattingly, Dan, 1979, 80, 81 Mattingly, Pete, 2008, 09 Maxey, Bob, 1955, 56 McCalip, Robert, 1941, 42 McCanna, Matt, 2003, 04, 05 McCarthy, William, 1928, 29 McCauley, Ed, 1960 McClafin, Bill, 1920, 21 McClarnon, Kevin, 1972, 73 McClelland, Harry, 1935 McClure, Brian, 2005, 06 McConnell, Kurt, 1985, 86, 87 McCool, Chris, 1988 McCowan, George, 1973, 74 McCray, Jim, 1979, 80, 81 McCullough, Joe, 1994 McDaniel, Cameron, 1992, 93, 94 (C) McDaniels, Charles, 1935, 36 McDevitt, Kevin, 1973, 74, 75, 76 McDevitt, Mike, 1970, 71, 72 McDowell, Charles, 1938 McElderry, Tim, 1986, 87 McGann, Colin, 2003, 04, 05, 06 McGary, Chris, 1979, 80, 81, 82 McGeorge, Mike, 1978, 79, 80 McGinley, Mike, 1961, 62, 63 McHale, Eddie, 2007, 08, 09 McHugh, Jeke, 1946 McInerney, Will, 2005, 06 McIntire, Jim, 1958 McKay, Bob, 1908 (C), 1909 McKenna, Jack, 2008, 09 McKenzie, Marshall, 1957 McLinn, Jim, 1946 McMahon, Dave, 2002, 03, 04, 06 (C) McManamon, Eugene, 1931 McNerney, Chester, 1933 McSemek, Ray, 1946, 47, 48, 49 Means, Adell, 1993, 94 Mecum, Ralph, 1930 Medford, Andrew, 2005, 06, 07 Meeker, Ray, 1887 (C), 89, 90 Meier, Frank, 1955 Melloh, Nick, 1991 Meloy, Jim, 1980 Melzoni, Rusty, 1985, 86, 87 Mench, Tom, 1972, 73 Menely, Ron, 1989 Mercer, Phil, 1957, 61 Merlina, Dino, 1981, 82, 83, 84 Merrill, William, 1935, 36, 37 Metrick, Mike, 1995 Metzelaars, Charles, 1940 Metzinger, Dave, 1973 Mewborn, Mike, 1985, 86 Meyers, Claude, 1903 Meyers, David, 2005, 06 Michelakis, Mike, 1992, 93, 94 Michielutti, Eric, 1999, 00, 02

Mickens, Arnold, 1994, 95 (C) Middlekauff, Lance, 1961 Middlesworth, Hugh, 1920, 21, 22, 23 Miedema, Ernie, 1951 Mike, David, 1975 Miles, Joey, 1995, 96, 97 Miller, Andy, 1991, 92 Miller, Doug, 1996, 97 Miller, George, 1889, 90, 91 Miller, Harold, 1941, 42 Miller, James, 1945 Miller, Merle, 1925 Miller, Nate, 2004, 05, 06, 07 Miller, Ray, 1930 Mills, Tom, 1984 Minczeski, Matt, 1976, 77 Minnick, Kelly, 1980, 81, 82, 83 Mitchell, James, 1942 Mitchell, Steve, 1976 Mitschelem, Lyle, 1962, 63, 64 (C) Moan, Steve, 1991 Moore, Bill, 1967, 68 Moore, Damon, 1994 Moore, Jeremy, 1996, 97 Moore, John, 1887 Moore, Ken, 1920 Moore, Paul, 1932, 33, 34 Moore, R. E., 1887 Moore, Ralph, 1931, 32 Morales, Seth, 1998 Morelli, Mark, 1973, 74, 75 Morgan, John, 1911, 12 Morgan, Mike, 2007 Moriarity, Francis, 1942, 46, 47, 48 (C) Morris, Kevin, 1992, 93, 94 Morrison, Ino, 1887 Moseley, Keith, 1984, 85, 86 Moses, John, 1956, 57, 58 Mossey, Harold, 1939, 40 Mozingo, Ernest, 1931 Muckerheide, Lynn, 1968, 69, 70 Mueller, Derk, 1997, 98 Mulholland, George, 1923, 24, 25 Mullis, Don, 1997, 98, 99 Mullane, Dan, 1911, 12 Mullane, J., 1911 Mullane, Price, 1916 Mulvihill, Tom, 2006, 07 Murphy, Chris, 1995, 96, 98 Murphy, John, 1946, 47, 48, 49 Murphy, Kevin, 1984 Murphy, Mike, 1981, 82, 83 Murphy, Scott, 2004, 05 Murphy, Thorn, 2008, 09 Murray, Gene, 1993 Murzyn, Dale, 2004, 05, 06, 07 Muse, Frank, 1887, 89 Musgrave, Emerson, 1934, 35, 36 Muta, Harry, 1973, 74, 75 Myatt, Gene, 1972, 73 Myers, Steve, 2002, 03 N Nackenhorst, John, 1935, 37 Nardini, Billy, 2003, 04, 05 (C), 06 Nardo, Nicholas, 1954, 55, 56, 57 Natfzger, George, 1928, 29 Naylor, Mickey, 1981, 82, 84, 85 Neeme, Emil, 1942 Nelson, Andy, 2002, 03, 04 (C) Nelson, Ian, 2002, 03, 04 Neumeier, Eric, 2002, 03, 04, 05 Newcomer, Dave, 1980, 81, 82 (C) Newell, Rick, 1973, 74 Ney, Bill, 1957 Nichols, John, 1889, 90, 91 Nicholson, Ken, 1953, 54, 55, 56 Niemeyer, John, 1966, 67, 68 Nipper, Bob, 1922, 23, 24, 25 Nixon, Ken, 1945 Noel, Rob, 2005, 06, 07, 08 Nolan, Dan, 1968, 69, 70 Norkus, Bill, 1952 Norman, Clyde, 1937, 38 Norris, Belmont, 1931 Norris, Elwood, 1940, 41 Norris, Paul, 1972, 73 North, Derek, 2004, 05, 06, 07 Northam, John, 1922, 23, 25 Notestine, Eric, 2005, 06, 07, 08 Novack, Mitch, 2002 Nulf, George, 1928 Nyers, Jim, 1951

O O’Banion, Elmer, 1958, 59, 60 O’Banion, Tim, 1973, 74 Ober, Nick, 1998, 99, 00, 01 (C) Oberheiman, John, 1962 Oberting, Dave, 1961 O’Brien, Tom, 1952 Ochs, Kyle, 1990, 91, 92 (C) O’Connor, Charles, 1935, 37 O’Connor, Ed, 1934, 35, 36 O’Connor, Frank, 2003, 04, 05 Offerle, Mike, 1965, 66 Oilar, Cliff, 1957, 58, 59 O’Leary, Tim, 1974, 75, 76 Olinger, Scott, 1982, 83, 84 (C) Olinghouse, Dave, 1954 Oliphant, Frank, 1942 Oliver, Dave, 1973, 74, 75 Olszewski, Bob, 2009 Olszta, Rick, 1999, 00 Opatkiewicz, Mark, 1976, 77 Opel, Doug, 1978, 79, 80 Oppenlander, Ben, 1971, 74 Orban, Chuck, 1988, 89, 90 (C) O’Rourke, Jason, 1992, 93, 94 Orphey, Steve, 1966, 67, 68 (C) Osborne, Pat, 1894, 95 P Pachacz, Greg, 2004, 05, 06, 07 (C) Page, Paul, 1984, 85, 86 Paliska, Steve, 2004 Palmer, Jeff, 1983, 84, 85 Parker, Ben, 1995, 96, 97 Parker, Ed, 1894, 95 Parks, Noble, 1980, 81, 82, 83 Paul, Gordon, 1922, 23, 24, 25 Paul, Judson, 1928 Paul, Justus, 1911, 12 Paulson, Craig, 1974, 75 Pavey, Jesse, 1912 Peconge, Mike, 1979, 80, 81, 82 Pedigo, Bob, 1956, 57 Peebles, Julian, 1967 Pence, Tony, 1978, 79, 80, 81 (C) Pendleton, Matt, 2000, 01 Pendleton, Tim, 1993 Perkins, Dave, 1989, 90 Perkins, Harry, 1916 Perozzi, David, 1995, 96 Perrone, Mel, 1941, 42, 46 Perry, Bob, 1966 Perry, George, 1936, 37 Person, Robbie, 2008 Peters, David, 1983, 84, 85 Peterson, Dave, 1947, 48, 49 Phillips, Mark, 1988, 89, 90 Phillips, Wallace, 1903 Pianto, Jerry, 1987, 88, 89, 90 Pierce, Jesse, 1999 Piety, Jeff, 1978 Piko, Jim, 1994, 95, 96 (C) Piko, Joe, 2000, 01, 02 Pinkston, Chad, 1999 Pittman, Joe, 2007 Place, Ashley, 1999, 00, 01 Pollizotto, Sam, 1930 Popa, Ryan, 1994, 95 Poremba, Matt, 2000, 01, 02, 03 Poss, Jeff, 2008, 09 Potter, Wally, 1941, 42, 46 (C) Powell, Ames, 1959 Powell, Fred, 1970, 71, 72 Powell, Zane, 1940, 41 Prather, Brad, 1983, 85 Presecan, Nick, 1937 Pritchard, Brian, 1990 Pryor, Dave, 1971 Puchley, Tom, 1982, 83 Puett, James, 1928, 29, 30 Purichia, Joe, 1964, 65 Purkhiser, Bob, 1938, 39, 40 Puskas, Steve, 1956 Q Quale, Dan, 1974 Quiesser, Tim, 1975, 76 Quigg, Ron, 1964 Quiroz, Jordan, 2005, 06, 07, 08 R Raber, Nelson, 1930, 32 Rabold, John, 1937, 39, 40 Rains, Darrell, 1971 Ramsey, Robert, 1954

All-Time Letterwinners Rashevich, Steve, 1991, 92, 93 Ratliff, Vern, 1960, 61 Ray, Cecil, 1931, 32, 33 (C) Ray, Jack, 1887 Read, Scott, 1975, 76, 77, 78 Reagan, Kevin, 2000, 01 Reddle, Scott, 2001, 02, 03 (C) Redmon, Bud, 1887 Redmond, Tom, 1970, 71, 72 (C) Reed, Dave, 1969 Reed, Dick, 1967, 68, 69 Reed, Jason, 1997, 98, 99 Reese, Elgin, 1991, 92, 93, 94 Reichel, Louis, 1922, 23, 24, 25 (C) Reiff, Todd, 1985, 86 Reisler, Phil, 1939 Renie, Tim, 1961, 62 Renner, Jack, 1949 Renners, Randy, 1986, 87, 88 Reno, John, 1940 Renschen, Randy, 1996, 97 Reynolds, Cleon, 1928, 29, 30 Ribordy, Mark, 1984, 85, 86 (C) Richmond, Warren, 1967, 68, 69 Riddle, John, 1951, 52 Ridley, Jordan, 2009 Reigle, Charles, 1967, 68 Ringer, Jim, 1957, 58, 59 (C) Roach, Robert, 1980, 81, 82, 83 Robbins, Patrick, 2003, 04, 05 Roberts, Bob, 1939, 40, 41 (C) Roberts, Dick, 1957, 58, 59 Roberts, Don, 1949 Roberts, Steve, 1986, 87, 88, 89 (C) Roberts, Tim, 1989 Robertson, Troy, 1986 Rodick, Don, 1949, 50 Rodick, Joe, 1941 Rodman, Mark, 1977, 78 Roeder, Jim, 1990, 91, 92 Roehling, Todd, 1989, 90 Roembke, Ron, 1986, 87, 88, 89 Rohrabaugh, Tom, 1954, 55 Romanowski, Paul, 1990, 91 (C) Rooney, Pat, 1987, 88, 89 Rose, Brandon, 1995, 96, 97 Rosenstihl, James, 1947 Rosner, Barney, 1964 Ross, Larry, 1954 Rossell, Keith, 1991, 1992, 93, 94 Rossell, Tim, 1991, 92 Rothhaar, Karl, 1975, 76 Rowley, Mike, 1956 Roy, Curt, 1980, 81, 83 (C) Royce, Francis, 1928, 29 Rudd, Donald, 1938, 39 Rudnicky, John, 1941 Rufli, Lewis, 1929, 30 Runyon, Robert, 1948, 49, 50 Rush, Joel, 2000, 01, 02 Rush, Mike, 1978, 79, 80 Russell, Kevin, 1995 Ruth, Greg, 2005 Rykovich, Bob, 1971, 72 Rykovich, Tom, 1969 S Saam, Tim, 1988, 89 Sadler, Steve, 1964, 65, 66 Salvi, Chris, 2008 Sanders, Brian, 1992, 93, 94 Sanders, Naim, 1995, 96, 97, 98 (C) Safford, Bob, 1951, 52 Sales, Andy, 1983 Sales, Tony, 1981, 82, 83 Sayler, Tom, 1964, 65 (C) Schaffer, Jim, 1975, 76 Schankerman, Maurice, 1949, 50 Scheller, Tom, 1984, 85 Schluge, Lee, 1972, 73, 74 Schluge, Phil, 1971, 72, 73 (C) Schmidtz, Ryan, 2005, 06, 07, 08 Schmitz, Harold, 1971 Schofield, Byron, 1935, 37 Schopf, Robert, 1928, 29 Schuesler, John, 1949, 50 Schuler, Mike, 1991 Schultz, Steve, 1986, 87 Schwanekamp, Brent, 1999, 00, 01 Schwanekamp, Chuck, 1974, 75, 76, 77 Schwecke, Joe, 1977, 78, 79, 80 (C) Schwingendorf, Kyle, 1998 Scifres, Bruce, 1976, 77, 78

Scola, Steve, 1999 Scott, Charles, 1945 Scott, Taylor, 2007 Seal, Mickey, 1960, 61 Sebo, Eric, 1984, 85 Secrist, Ryan, 2007, 08 Seidl, Mike, 2004, 05 Sells, Tom, 1958 Sewards, Bill, 1998 Shafer, Ron, 1957 Shaffer, Andy, 1998, 99 Shaffer, Todd, 1990, 91, 92, 93 Shanteau, Craig, 1977 Sharp, Steve, 1984, 85, 86 Shaw, Aaron, 2006, 07 Shaw, Scot, 1975, 76, 77, 78 Sheehan, Dan, 1955 Sheley, Craig, 2001 Shelton, Derek, 1991 Shepherd, Jim, 1960 Sheridan, Hansel, 1960, 61, 62 Sherwood, Dick, 1947 Shibinski, Mike, 1977, 78, 79, 80 (C) Shirey, Dan, 1987, 88, 89 Shomber, Kevin, 1987, 88, 89 Shook, Larry, 1960, 61, 62 Shultz, Jerry, 1960, 61 Siefert, Mel, 1983, 84 Simpson, Ralph, 1933, 34 Skaggs, Tyler, 2009 Skirchak, John, 1958, 59, 60 Slama, Brett, 1999, 00 Slatter, Anthony, 1998, 99 Sleet, Tom, 1941, 42, 46, 47 Smiley, Ephraim, 1970, 71 (C) Smith, Parker, 2000, 01, 02, 04 (C) Smith, Wayne, 1983, 84, 85 Smock, Ken, 1947, 48 Smothers, Joe, 1967 Snyder, Dan, 1971 Snyder, Leroy, 1945 Sohl, Charles, 1930, 32 (C) Sorrentino, Joe, 1977, 78, 79 Southern, John, 1925 Speron, Roman, 2000, 01, 02 Sporer, Albert, 1937, 38 Spraetz, Ken, 1956, 57, 58 Springer, Bob, 1903 Springer, Dennis, 1989, 90, 91 (C) St. Clair, Steve, 1976, 77 Stahl, Jason, 1992, 93, 94 (C) Stahley, Wayne, 1970, 71, 72 Stalcup, Bill, 1937 Staller, Eldon, 1934, 35, 36 Stallings, Ramon, 1992, 93, 94 Staniewicz, Mike, 2007, 08, 09 Stayer, Tom, 1975, 76, 77 Stearns, Jeff, 1973 Steinmetz, Mark, 1965, 66 Stephenson, Mawrie, 1920 Stermont, Winifred, 1911, 12 Stevenson, Tom, 1894, 95 Stewart, Donald, 1940, 41 Stewart, George, 1965 Stewart, James, 1931, 32, 33 Stewart, Kent, 1957, 58, 59 Stewart, Pete, 1962 Stewart, Robert, 1932, 33, 34 Stewart, Weylin, 1990, 91, 92 Stockslager, Walt, 1957, 58, 59 Stoddard, Eli, 1995, 96, 97 (C) Stone, Robert, 1945 Stout, Waldo, 1934, 35, 36 Stoyko, Steve, 1940, 41, 42 Strahl, James, 1928, 29 Stratman, Rick, 1983 Stratton, Bill, 1945 Straub, Robert, 1949 Streiff, Rick, 1980, 81, 82, 83 Strickland, Richard, 1921, 22, 23 Strole, Gerald, 1922, 23, 24, 25 Stropes, Claude, 1940 Stryzinski, Bob, 1959 Stryzinski, Ron, 1981, 82, 83, 84 Stubbs, Dwayne, 1989, 90 Stump, Jeremy, 2000, 01 Sturgeon, Harland, 1950, 51 Sturm, Don, 1958 Sullivan, Joe, 1930 Sullivan, Logan, 2008, 09 Summerlin, Harold, 1911, 12 Summerville, Spencer, 2006, 07, 08, 09 (C)

Sutphin, Dave, 1964, 65 Sutphin, Karl, 1934 Swager, Ralph, 1938, 39, 40 Sweet, Eric, 1979 Sweet, Jeff, 1986, 87 Swift, Cliff, 1934, 35, 36 Swihart, Dave, 1972, 73, 74, 75 (C) Sykes, Lamar, 2003, 04 Sylvester, Bill, 1946, 47, 48, 49 Sylvester, Bill, 1981, 82, 83 Sypult, Chuck, 1982, 83 Sypult, Gene, 1950, 53 T Taber, Matt, 2002, 03, 04 Talarico, Sam, 1988, 89 Tanner, Gordon, 1942 Tapscott, Ralph, 1912 Teague, Frank, 1926 Teague, Jeff, 1986, 87 Teare, Ross, 2008, 09 Templeton, Harold, 1930 Tennant, Jace, 2009 Thaung, Gunner, 1925 Thein, Ernie, 1983 Thomas, Cullen, 1908, 09 (C), 11 (C) Thomas, Larry, 2008, 09 Thomas, Ryan, 2002, 03 Thomas, William, 1933, 34 Thompson, Bill, 1966 Thompson, Brad, 1996, 97, 98 Thompson, Ed, 1894, 95, 98 Thompson, Ed, 1977, 78 Thompson, Leroy, 1953, 54, 55, 56 Thompson, Phillip, 1934, 35 Thompson, Terry, 1979, 80, 81, 82 Thompson, Wes, 1962, 63 Timm, Adam, 1996, 97, 98 Tinder, Ed, 1969, 70 Tiscusan, John, 1939 Toelle, Lowell, 1939, 40, 41 Toner, Chris, 1992, 93, 94 Toner, Dave, 1970 Toon, Herod, 1945 Toran, Derrick, 1986 Torchia, Bill, 1964, 65 Torrence, Steve, 1980, 81, 82, 83 (C) Trabant, Nick, 1998, 99, 00, 01 Tracey, Justin, 2004, 05 Trott, Edward, 1934, 35, 36 Trujillo, Ricky, 2006, 07, 08, 09 Tucker, Albert, 1912 Turley, Ryan, 1994 Turner, B. J., 1996 Tyson, Rick, 2004, 05, 06 (C) U Uhl, Steve, 1992, 93 Ulery, Buck, 2004, 05, 06, 07 Unser, Emil, 1939 Updegraph, Hughes, 1921 Urick, Tom, 1995 V Vandawark, Floyd, 1916 Vandermeer, Mel, 1937, 38, 39 VanDeursen, Matt, 2002, 03 Veith, Grant, 1997, 98, 99, 00 Vermilion, Aaron, 1990, 91, 92 (C) Vermilion, Ryan, 1994, 95, 96 Villani, Mark, 1991, 92, 93 Vlasic, Jerry, 1957, 59 Vonderhaar, Rich, 1971 Vorndran, Phil, 2003, 04, 05 Vosioh, Channing, 1938, 39 Voss, Eric, 1990, 91, 92, 93 W Waggoner, Brandon, 2003 Wagoner, Fred, 1916 Walker, Tim, 1990, 91 Wallace, Brian, 1978, 79, 80 Wallace, Jim, 1967, 68, 69 Wallace, Tom, 1979, 80, 81, 82 Walley, Carter, 2009 Walls, Wayne, 1951, 52 (C) Walsh, John, 1928, 29 Walsman, Bob, 1967, 68 Walsman, Tom, 1970 Walters, Denny, 1965 Walton, Jesse, 1997, 98, 99 (C) Ward, Chuck, 1988, 89, 90 Ward, Kevin, 1996, 97, 98 (C) Warfel, Dan, 1964, 65, 66 (C) Warne, John, 1981, 82, 83 Warrenburg, James, 1947, 49

Watford, Alonzo, 1928, 29 Wathen, Ron, 1955, 56, 57 Watkins, Chris, 2000 Watkins, Zach, 2008, 09 Watson, Marlon, 2000 Webb, Adam, 2003, 04 (C) Webb, Ryan, 2009 Weber, Lou, 1968 Weesner, Ron, 1957 Weger, Jake, 1935, 36, 37 Weger, Ralph, 1932, 33 Weidekamp, Flavian, 1948, 49, 50 Weiss, Mike, 2004 Wells, Charles, 1963, 64 Wells, Rusty, 1981 Welton, Frank, 1936, 37, 38 Wenzler, Morris, 1961, 62, 63 Westerlind, Kyle, 2001, 02, 03, 04 Western, Bryan, 1999 Wetzel, Andy, 1972, 73, 74 Wetzel, Tom, 1977, 78, 79 Wheeler, James, 1937, 38 Wheeler, Sam, 2000 Wheeler, Tom, 1953, 54 Whisner, Phil, 1969, 70 White, Alex, 2006, 08 White, Robert, 1956, 57, 58 White, Ron, 1990, 91, 92, 93 Whitfield, Dave, 1989 Whitt, Carol, 1971 Wiggins, Dionte, 2008 Willett, Brandon, 1999, 00, 01 Williams, Andy, 1941 Williams, Brandon, 2003 Williams, Jason, 1996, 98, 99, 00 Williams, John, 2001, 02 Williams, Norm, 1941, 42, 46 Williams, Orville, 1946, 47 Williams, P. K., 1987, 88, 89 Williams, Rasheed, 1993 Wilms, Larry, 1968, 69, 70 Wilson, Jesse, 1996, 97, 98, 99 Wilson, Michael, 2009 Wilson, Norm, 1952, 53, 54, 55 Windsor, Nick, 2003 Winings, Nick, 1995, 96, 97 Winnings, Ben, 1947 Winters, Larry, 1992, 93, 94 Wise, Glen, 1912 Wise, Verl, 1912 Witman, Bob, 1973, 74 Witmer, Tim, 1989, 90, 91, 92 Wolfe, Richard, 1929, 30 Wood, A. C., 1917 Woodring, Homer, 1924, 25 Woodring, Bob, 1991 Woods, David, 1940 Woods, Gerald, 1921, 22, 24 (C) Wood, Shawn, 1995, 96, 97, 98 Worth, Willard, 1928, 29 Woznick, John, 1951 Wray, Evan, 2008 Wright, Tom, 1947, 48 Wrona, Al, 1975, 76 Wuest, Joe, 1937 Wukovits, Vic, 1966, 67 (C) Wulle, James, 1934, 35 Wymer, Jack, 1959 X Xander, Peter, 2007, 08, 09 Y Yeoman, Todd, 1986, 87, 88 Young, Andrew, 1988, 89, 90, 91 Z Zavela, Dan, 1939, 40, 41 Zavela, George, 1940, 41 Zentz, Tom, 1966 Zimmer, Zach, 2004, 05, 06, 07 Zimmerman, George, 1931, 34 Zimmerman, Scott, 1997, 98, 99 Zimpleman, Ryan, 1998, 99, 00 (C)--Captain.

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Butler University The five faculty and 113 students present when Butler University opened in 1855 laid a solid foundation for 155 years of creative change and progress. Today’s more than 4,000 students continue to look ahead while treasuring the traditions unique to Butler. The young school, originally named North Western Christian University, was unusually innovative. It was the first in Indiana, and only the third in the nation, to admit women on an equal basis with men. With the appointment in 1858 of Catherine Merrill as Demia Butler Professor of English, the institution became the second in the country to appoint a woman faculty member, the first to establish an endowed chair specifically for a female professor and the first to establish a professorship in English literature. The school was also the first in Indiana to allow its students, with parental consent, to choose subjects under a new “elective” system. As Indianapolis grew, the city’s commercial district began to penetrate the heavily-wooded campus at what is now the corner of Thirteenth Street and College Avenue. In 1873, the board of directors decided to sell the downtown campus and accept a gift of 25 acres in Irvington, then a suburb east of Indianapolis. In 1877, North Western Christian University became Butler University, taking the name of its founder, Indianapolis attorney Ovid Butler. Butler moved again 50 years later, as the “Circle City” continued to grow. In 1928, classes were held for the first time in Jordan Hall, an imposing new Gothic structure erected on the beautiful Fairview Park Site, a wooded tract north of the city on the White River and the Inland Waterway Canal. Today’s students come from nearly every state in the nation and from many foreign countries to enroll in degree programs in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, or in one of four professional colleges -- Business Administration, Education, Fine Arts or Pharmacy and Health Sciences. Butler is one of only 21 private schools in the

country offering a pharmacy program. True to the vision of its founders, the University continues to offer an array of professional and pre-professional programs within the context of a strong commitment to the traditional arts and sciences and to the values of liberal education. Butler continues to welcome highly motivated, intellectually curious men and women, and to prepare them for lives of professional and community service and creative, ethical action. Butler is one of the top 20 U. S. colleges for producing business executives, is in the top 10% for preparing future Ph.D.s and is located in the #2 city for college graduates starting a career.

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Barry Collier Director of Athletics

Tom Crowley Associate A.D. for Internal Operations

Beth Goetz Associate A. D. for Administration/S.W.A.

Jim McGrath Associate A.D. for Communications

Mike Freeman Associate A.D. for External Operations

Joe Gentry Director of Corporate Sponsorship

Sonya Hopkins Assistant A.D./Student Development

Carl Heck Assistant A.D./ Facilities and Events

Stephanie Martin Athletic Business Manager

Ryan Galloy Director of Sports Medicine

Lindsay Martin Manager, Marketing and Promotions

Matt Harris Manager of Fan Development

Josh Rattray Assistant Sports Information Director

Kyle Smith Assistant Director of the Bulldog Club

2010 Bulldogs, front row, left to right: Mark Giacomantonio, Tadd Dombart, Josh Dorfman, Eddie McHale, Tyler Skaggs, Donnie Gilmore, Mike Staniewicz, Rob Hobson, Matt Kobli, Ryan Secrist, Rob Cosler, Logan Sullivan, Andrew Pratt and Scott Gray. Second row: Trae Heeter, Caleb Conway, Larry Thomas, David Thomas, Christian Eble, David Burke, Brandon Grubbe, Andy Dauch, Greg Egan, Matt Foor, Chris Burns, Steven Depositar, Jordan Ridley, Arthur Monaco, Don Stewart, Daniel Wilson, T. J. Lukasik, Ryan Hitchcock and Jordan Koopman. Third Row: Chris Tinkey (Athletic Trainer), Ted Pajakowski (Student Manager), Stephen Blowers (Student Manager), Grant Lewis (Student Assistant Coach), Jim Peal (Strength and Conditioning Coordinator), Assistant Coach Nick Tabacca, Assistant Coach Matt Walker, Assistant Coach Joe Cheshire, Assistant Coach Danny Sear, Head Coach Jeff Voris, Assistant Coach Nick Anderson, Ryan Galloy (Head Athletic Trainer), Assistant Coach Chris Davis, Assistant Coach Rob Noel, Assistant Coach Tim Cooper, Assistant Coach David Kenney, Thorn Murphy (Student Assistant), Lester Burris (Video Coordinator), John Harding (Equipment Manager) and Missy Schultz (Athletic Trainer). Fourth Row: Andrew Cottrell, Derek O’Connor, JT Mesch, Joseph Purze, Jack McKenna, Dan Haber, Sean Grady, Bill Bork, Bob Olszewski, Logan Perry, Bobby McDonald, Brendan Shannon, Will Schierholz, William Lamar, Kyle Jachim, and Paul Yanow. Fifth Row: Artis Hailey, Matt Hittinger, Jeff Larsen, Zach Watkins, Robert Koteff, Nick Nykaza, Jay Brummel, Jeremy Stephens, Alex Perritt, Joseph Ciancio, David Lang, Michael Wilson, Nick Caldicott, Jace Tennant, John Cannova, Jayme Szafranski and Jimmy Schwabe. Sixth row: Matt Benson, Kevin Cook, Bryce Berry, Tom Judge, Cal Blair, Taylor Clarkson, Carter Walley, Scott Harvey, Andrew Huck, Mike Rose, Paul Sciortino, Nick Schirmann, Ross Teare, Phillip Powell, Charles Perrecone and Stuart Harvey. Top row: Jeff Poss, Ryan Myers, Doug Petty, Matt Storey, Jeff Urch, Grant Hunter, Jay Howard, Pete Mattingly, Charlie Schmelzer, Wade Markley, Mike Wendahl, Brett Thomaston, Nick Atkinson, Ryan Webb, Taylor Harris, Greg Ambrose and Dylan Johnson.

Directions To Butler

Bulldogs on the Air

FROM NORTHWEST: I-65 south to I-465 east, exit I465 at U.S. 31 (Meridian Street), follow Meridian Street south to 49th Street, turn right and follow 49th Street to Butler Bowl/Hinkle Fieldhouse (5 blocks) FROM NORTH: U.S. 31 (Meridian Street) south to 49th Street, turn right and follow to Butler Bowl/Hinkle Fieldhouse (5 blocks) FROM NORTHEAST: I-69 south (becomes Hwy 37 in Marion County) to 46th Street, turn right and follow 46th Street to Boulevard Place, turn right and follow to Butler Bowl/Hinkle Fieldhouse (3 blocks) FROM EAST: I-70 west to I-65 north, exit at Meridian Street (U.S. 31) and follow Meridian Street north to 49th Street, turn left at 49th Street and follow to Butler Bowl/Hinkle Fieldhouse (5 blocks) FROM SOUTHEAST: I-74 north/west to I-465 north, exit I-465 at I-70 west and follow to I-65 north, exit at Meridian Street (U.S. 31) and follow Meridian Street north to 49th Street, turn left at 49th Street and follow to Butler Bowl/Hinkle Fieldhouse (5 blocks) FROM SOUTH: I-65 north, exit at Meridian Street (U.S. 31) and follow Meridian Street north to 49th Street, turn left at 49th Street and follow to Butler Bowl/Hinkle Fieldhouse (5 blocks) FROM WEST/SOUTHWEST: I-70 east to I-465 north, exit I-465 at 38th Street, follow 38th Street east to Clarendon Road (first street left after Michigan Road, approximately 7 miles from I-465), turn left at Clarendon Road and follow to Butler campus (7 blocks, Butler Bowl/Hinkle Fieldhouse is located on the northeast corner of the Butler campus)

For the sixth straight season, Butler football games will be broadcast on XL 950 (AM). Play-by-play duties for the Bulldogs again will be handled by Brian Giffin, and he’ll again be joined in the booth by former Butler head football coach Ken LaRose. A former collegiate and semi-pro football player, Giffin has covered the Indianapolis Colts, Atlanta Falcons, Tennessee Titans and Tampa Bay Buccaneers for various radio stations and networks across the United States, and he has broadcast high school football in Indiana and Florida. He currently serves as Executive Producer/Engineer for the Atlanta Braves Radio Network. LaRose boasts more than two decades of Butler football experience as a player, assistant coach and head coach. He Brian Giffin Ken LaRose guided the Bulldogs for ten seasons, 1992-2001, and he was at the helm when Butler made the move from NCAA Division II football to the NCAA I-AA. A former Butler football Most Valuable Player, LaRose had the distinction as a coach of leading Butler to league championships in both Division II and Division I-AA. Until the end of the major league baseball season, Butler’s radio play-by-play duties will be handled by Brian Scott, former Butler baseball play-by-play announcer and Sports Director for Radio Brownsburg.

Media Information WORKING CREDENTIALS: Requests for working press credentials should be directed to the Butler University Sports Information Office in advance of the game. PHOTOGRAPHERS: Sideline passes are issued upon written request to certified news photographers. Requests should be made at least one week prior to the game. No one is allowed on the field without a sideline pass. RADIO BROADCASTS: Space for up to four broadcasters is provided in the visiting radio booth at the Butler Bowl. One courtesy phone line is available for the designated “Official” radio station of the visiting team. Please direct any additional or special broadcast requests to the Butler Sports Information Office.

MID-WEEK INTERVIEWS: Every effort will be made to accommodate media requests for interviews during the week. Players will be made available as class schedules permit. Coaches are usually available prior to noon, or immediately following practice. All interview requests should be directed to Butler’s Sports Information Office. For additional information, please contact: Jim McGrath Sports Information Director, Butler University Office - (317) 940-9414 Fax - (317) 940-9808 jmcgrath@butler.edu

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