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TABLE OF CONTENTS

 Bloomsburg Football Media Guide Table of Contents .................................................... 1 Quick Facts / Administration ............................... 2 Staff / About Bloomsburg ...................................... 3 Media Information .................................................. 4 Facilities .................................................................... 5 2010 Pre-Season Roster ......................................... 6 2010 Season Preview .............................................. 8 2010 Opponent Profiles .......................................11

The Coaching Staff Head Coach Danny Hale .....................................24 Assistant Coaches .................................................26

The  Bloomsburg Huskies Captain Profiles .....................................................31 Offensive Profiles ..................................................35 Defensive Profiles ..................................................46 Special Teams Profiles ..........................................58 Pronunciation Guide ............................................59

 Season in Review 2009 Recaps ............................................................61 2009 Results / Statistics .......................................72 2009 PSAC Review ................................................80 2009 Regional Award Winners ...........................84

The Bloomsburg Tradition Year-by-Year Results .............................................86 All-time Series Records .......................................93 Record Book ...........................................................96 NCAA Playoff History .......................................101 Huskies in the NFL ..............................................111 2010 Schedule ........................................ Back Cover

CREDITS

On the cover (clockwise from top): Ben Weaber, Alex Landis, Mike Varanavage and Todd Givler.

All of Bloomsburg’s athletic publications are published by the Office of Communications/University Advancement. Copyright 2010. Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania. This publication was designed and written by former Intern/Assistant Sports Information Director Ryan Rebholz with assistance by 2010-11 Intern/Asst. SID Paul Blascovich. Edited by Sports Information Director Tom McGuire. Written material and editorial work provided by student assistants Tim Hipzer and Liz Jung. Photography by Keith Haupt and the Office of Communication. Some photos from University Archives.

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QUICK FACTS / ADMINISTRATION

BLOOMSBURG UNIVERSITY Location .....................................................Bloomsburg, Pa. Founded ........................................................................... 1839 Enrollment ..................................................................... 9,512 School Colors .............................................Maroon & Gold Team Nickname ....................................................... Huskies Conference .............................................Pennsylvania State ................................................. Athletic Conference (PSAC) President ...................................................Dr. David L. Soltz Athletic Director .......................................... Mary Gardner Athletics Affiliation ...............................NCAA Division II FOOTBALL HISTORY First Year of Football ..................................................... 1892 All-Time Record ................................................. 520-426-32 Number of PSAC East Championships ........................ 10 All-Americans .................................................................... 45 Harlon Hill Award Winners ...............................................1 TEAM FACTS 2009 Overall Record ........................................................8-3 2009 PSAC East Record ..................................................5-2 Head Coach ........................................................ Danny Hale Alma Mater, Year .................................West Chester, 1968 Record at Bloomsburg ..............................144-49-1 (.745), Year at Bloomsburg ........................................................18th Overall Record ............................................184-62-1 (.747) Year as a Head Coach ................................................... 23rd

Asst. Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator/ Linebackers ......................................................Paul Darragh Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks/ Wide Receivers .....................................................Tom Pajic Asst. Offensive Coordinator/ Offensive Line .............................................Brian McBryan Defensive Secondary .....................................Chet Henicle Defensive Line/ Strength & Conditioning ................................. Bill Perkins Kickers .......................................................................Ed Rush Defensive Line ..................................................... Alf Melito Offensive Assistant .......................... Robert “Gump” May Assistant Linebackers ................................... Maurice Daly Starters Returning ............................................................. 14 Starters Lost ..........................................................................9 Lettermen Returning ........................................................ 47 Lettermen Lost .................................................................. 15 Base Offense .................................................................. Pro-I Base Defense .....................................................................4-3 Football Office.................................................570-389-4359 STADIUM INFORMATION Name ....................................... Robert B. Redman Stadium Capacity ......................................................................... 4,775 Surface .................................................................... Field Turf Lights ..................................................................................Yes

DIRECTORY Mailing Address Bloomsburg University 400 E. Second Street Bloomsburg, PA 17815

Administrators

Athletics Department (Area Code 570) Director of Athletics Mary Gardner ..............................................389-4050 Associate Director of Athletics Kathy Heitzman ...........................................389-4555 Director of Athletic Operations Kevin Wood ..................................................389-4371

Dr. David Soltz

Mary Gardner

Kathy Heitzman

President

Director of Athletics

Associate Director of Athletics

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Sports Information Director of Sports Information/ Athletic Marketing and Promotions Tom McGuire ..............................................389-4413 Intern/Assistant Sports Information Director Paul Blascovich ............................................389-2767


STAFF / ABOUT BLOOMSBURG ABOUT BLOOMSBURG Bloomsburg University, a member of Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education, is a four-year coeducational public university founded in 1839. Through the stages of its development from a normal school to a teachers college to a multipurpose state college and finally to a university in 1983, the institution has retained its emphasis on liberal arts and career education.

Kevin Wood

Tom McGuire

Doug Lizardi

Athletic Operations

Director of Sports Information/Athletic Marketing/Promotions

Equipment Manager

Bloomsburg is recognized as one of the best 100 public universities in the United States, and excellence, ranging from its 18 national championships to its international reputation in a number of its academic programs, is an attitude found throughout the faculty and staff. About 90 percent of Bloomsburg’s students come from throughout Pennsylvania, creating a diverse mix of cultures and ideas. It’s a place where friendships that last a lifetime begin. And it’s a busy place — with more than 160 student organizations and activities, NCAA Division II athletic programs and a popular recreation center.

Allen Larsen

Roxanna Larsen

Dave Huber

Athletic Trainer

Athletic Trainer

Athletic Trainer

> Enrollment— Total enrollment is now 9,400, with an average incoming SAT of 1070 and class rank in the upper 25 percent; Bloomsburg admits one in seven applicants and has a four-year retention rate significantly higher than the national average. About 60 percent are women and 10 percent are non-traditional. About 90 percent of Bloomsburg graduates are quickly placed in their chosen fields. > Degrees— Bloomsburg University offers 63 baccalaureate degrees,18 master’s degrees and a joint doctoral degree in elementary education in cooperation with Indiana University of Pennsylvania. > Financial Aid— About 70 percent of all students receive some form of financial aid; average amount of aid is over $10,000 per year.

> Cost—About $7,223 per semester for Pennsylvania residents (tuition, fees, typical room and meal plans), $11,635 for non-residents. > Faculty— With approximately 1,000 employees, Bloomsburg University has 383 full-time faculty, 70 percent of whom hold doctoral degrees and 72 percent of whom are tenured. The staff is organized into four divisions: Academic Affairs, Administration, Student Life and University Advancement. > School Colors, Mascot— The school colors, originally “lemon and garnet,” have been maroon and gold since the 1920s. In the early 1930s, the Husky became the school mascot when a dog owned by a faculty member accompanied Adm. Richard E. Byrd on an expedition to the South Pole.

The university’s Division of Continuing and Distance Education serves students through nondegree credit courses, noncredit minicourses, off-campus classes, credit for life experience and distance learning courses on public television. The Town of Bloomsburg, located in the Susquehanna River Valley, has a population of about 12,000 people. The central business district is just three blocks southwest of campus, and includes more than 80 retail stores, restaurants, and the Bloomsburg Fair in September. More stores, restaurants and theaters can be found along nearby Route 11 and at the Columbia Mall, northwest of town. The university is within a one-hour drive from such cities as Hazleton, Williamsport, Wilkes-Barre and Scranton; 1.5 hours from Harrisburg; 2.5 hours from Philadelphia; 3 hours from New York City and Baltimore; and four hours from Pittsburgh and Washington, DC.

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MEDIA INFORMATION

Bloomsburg University Media Primary Radio and Television Outlets WHLM Radio 124 E. Main Street Bloomsburg, PA 17815 (570) 784-1200

WNEP-TV (16) 16 Montage Mountain Road Moosic, PA 18641 (570) 207-4455

WBRE-TV (28 62 South Franklin Street Wilkes-Barre, PA 18703 (570) 823-2828

Media Information For media credentials, photos, stories, statistics or to arrange an interview with a coach or student-athlete, contact Tom McGuire, Director of Sports Information, Athletic Marketing, and Promotions. All members of the media are welcome to visit the Huskies’ home sporting events. If members of the media are interested in covering a Bloomsburg University game, please contact the Office of Sports Information for assistance.

Primary Newspapers Associated Press Suite 250 One Franklin Plaza Philadelphia, PA 19102 (215) 561-1133 Citizen’s Voice 75 N. Washington St. Wilkes-Barre, PA 18711 (570) 821-2062 Daily Item 200 S. Market St. Sunbury, PA 17801 (570) 286-5671 Danville News 14 East Mahoning St. Danville, PA 17821 (570) 275-3235 Milton Standard 19 Arch St. Milton, PA 17847 (570) 742-9671 News-Item 701 North Rock St. Shamokin, PA 17872 (570) 648-4641

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Patriot News P.O. Box 2265 Harrisburg, PA 17105 (717) 255-8180 Press Enterprise 3185 Lackawanna Ave. Bloomsburg, PA 17815 (570) 784-2121 Standard Speaker 21 N. Wyoming St. Hazleton, PA 18201 (570) 455-3636 Sun Gazette 252 W. Fourth St. Williamsport, PA 17701 (570) 326-1552 Times Leader 15 N. Main St. Wilkes-Barre, PA 18711 (570) 829-7229

Bloomsburg Sports Information Tom McGuire > Director of Sports Information, Athletic Marketing and Promotions Email: tmcguire@bloomu.edu Phone: (570) 389-4413 Paul Blascovich > Intern/Asst. Sports Information Director Email: pblascov@bloomu.edu Phone: (570) 389-2767 Brooke Wilson & Ryan Zvorsky > Graduate Assistants Email: stsports@bloomu.edu

Connect with the Huskies Facebook Twitter YouTube BU Website Husky Hotline

Bloomsburg University Athletics twitter.com/BUSportsinfo youtube.com/BUsportsinfo buhuskies.com (570) 389-BUBU


ATHLETIC FACILITIES

Huskies Athletic Facilities

Redman Stadium - August 27, 2009 vs. Ashland

The Nelson Field House recently underwent a $13.4 million renovation. Among the upgrades are locker rooms dedicated for each sport, including football, pictured above and below.

Practice Fields

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 Bloomsburg University Huskies 71 42 16 50 9 69 74 55 77 33 37 14 39 87 7 15 19 46 34 97 80 66 98 26 48 27

96 1 84

61 76 70 8 82 2 31 56 93

Alphabetical Roster Brandon Allen OL Rickey Bailey LB Vince Browning DB Alex Buchert OL Codie Butler RB Pat Carey QB Tony Cascio OL Pat Casey OL Josh Chromiak DL Brian Clarke OL Sean Clift LB Nicholas Conquest OL Matt Cox FB Keter Crosby WR Mike Dalberto DB Mark Daniels TE Tony David LB Ryan Dickerson WR Adam Diltz QB Kenny Domzalski RB Samuel Eck DB Matt Feiler OL Ryan Feldman LB Daniel Fisher K/P Kyle Fisher WR Marc Francola DL Todd Givler DL Tyler Guise WR Aaron Hacker LB Dan Haverstock DB Austin Hormel OL Julian Huggins DB David Huot DL Michael Huth LB Glenn Hutton QB/WR Kyle Jackson WR Wallace Jamison DB E.J. Josephs OL Chris Kennedy DL Courtney Kimp OL Tyler Knoblauch DB Daryl Kurtz OL Alex Landis DB Matt Marchioni WR David McFadden DL Thomas McFarland LB Pat Michael LB Shawn Mitchell DL Shaun Moore DL Andre Morales FB Ian Murray LS

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No. 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 21 23 24 26 27 28 31 32 33 34 37 38 39 40 41 42 45 46 47 48 50 51 52 55 56 60 61 62 64 66 69 70 71 74

Name Glenn Hutton Jr. Thomas McFarland Derrick Price Jr. Mike Wagner Cory Stiger Ryan Dickerson Alex Landis Pat Carey Sellus Roulhac Mike Varanavage Mark Scattene Keter Crosby Adam Diltz Vince Browning Oscar Rivera Kareem Steplight Kenny Domzalski Jonathan Patrick Justin Rivera Terrell Oglesby Tyler Guise Dan Haverstock Franklyn Quiteh Pat Michael Mike Quintans Sean Clift Ryan Feldman Matt Cox Ryan Olaf Mike Dalberto Jordan Rinehart Dave Onorato Rickey Bailey D. Solomon Oliver Samuel Eck Jeff Owsley Aaron Hacker Alex Buchert Jarrett Pidgeon Dylan Spangler Josh Chromiak Shaun Moore Chris Steck Chris Kennedy Kenny Orlando Mike Schlauch Marc Francola Tony Cascio Daryl Kurtz Brandon Allen Pat Casey

Yr. Rf. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. Rf. Sr. So. Jr. Rf. Jr. Jr. Rf. Jr. Rf. Jr. So. Jr. So. Rf. Jr. So. So. So. Jr. Jr. Fr. Rf. Jr. Rf. Sr. So. Jr. Rf. So. So. Rf. Jr. So. Rf. Rf. Jr. So. So. Rf. Jr. So. Sr.

Pos. QB/WR LB RB QB WR WR DB QB WR LB DB WR QB DB DB RB RB DB DB DB WR DB RB LB RB LB LB FB DE DB DE DE LB DB DB LB LB OL LB LB DL DL OL DL OL DL DL OL OL OL OL

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

Wt. 185 225 180 195 190 175 210 205 180 220 177 195 190 180 180 142 195 185 195 170 180 190 197 240 210 220 207 225 240 185 250 240 210 190 190 205 210 285 225 220 240 265 275 300 285 235 242 290 315 300 300

Hometown/High School Sicklerville, NJ / Paul VI Pottsville / Pottsville Burlington, NJ / Burlington City Hershey / Hershey Williamsport / Loyalsock Twp. Harleysville / Souderton Pine Grove / Pine Grove Loyalsock / Loyalsock Twp. West Chester / West Chester East Philadelphia / Archbishop Ryan Bethlehem / Bethlehem Catholic Tobyhanna / Pocono Mountain West Bloomsburg / Central Columbia Harrisburg / Central Dauphin Bethlehem / Liberty Philadelphia / Frankford Milford / Delaware Valley Somerset, NJ / Franklin Bethlehem / Liberty Philadelphia / Northeast Catholic Mechanicsburg / Cumberland Valley York / West York Tobyhanna / Pocono Mountain West Fairview / Fairview Media / Penncrest Philadelphia / Roman Catholic Aston / JP McCaskey Lewisberry / Red Land Danville / Danville Berwick / Berwick York / West York Hummelstown / Bishop McDevitt Media / Penncrest Cheltenham / Cheltenham Jersey Shore / Jersey Shore Aston / Sun Valley Dover / Dover Robesonia / Conrad Weiser Barnegat, NJ / Southern Regional Waynesboro / Waynesboro Wind Gap / Pen Argyl Landsdale / North Penn Mt. Carmel / Mt. Carmel Phoenixville / Archbishop Carroll Womelsdorf / Conrad Weiser Zion Grove / Bloomsburg Bloomsburg / Bloomsburg Montoursville / Montoursville Milton / Milton Philadelphia / Frankford Matamoras / Delaware Valley


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 Bloomsburg University Huskies No. 75 76 77 78 80 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 90 93 95 96 97 98

Name Justin Walker Courtney Kimp Brian Clarke Marcus Zimmerman Kyle Fisher Matt Marchioni Ryan Stuart Kyle Jackson Drew Snyder Chris Tressler Mark Daniels Ben Weaber Jared Shannon Ian Murray John Pettine David Huot Daniel Fisher Todd Givler Codie Butler Nicholas Conquest Tony David Matt Feiler Austin Hormel Julian Huggins Michael Huth Wallace Jamison E.J. Josephs Tyler Knoblauch David McFadden Shawn Mitchell Andre Morales Brody Myers Jake Myers Dan O'Hara Cole Parkinson Mike Pecot Spencer Randolph Clarence Robinson Matt Rohrbacher Ryan Samuels Matt Sanderson Ameer Selden

Yr. Sr. So. So. Sr. So. So. Fr. Rf. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. So. Rf. Jr. Sr. Rf. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Rf. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Pos. OL OL OL DL WR WR WR WR P WR TE TE K LS DL DL K/P DL RB OL LB OL OL DB LB DB OL DB DL DE FB RB LB RB WR WR OL DL RB TE DL LB

Ht. 6-1 6-4 6-3 6-0 6-0 6-3 6-5 6-0 6-0 6-0 6-6 6-3 5-10 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-1 6-2 5-9 6-2 6-1 6-6 6-2 6-0 5-11 5-11 6-4 5-10 6-5 6-2 6-1 6-1 6-0 6-2 6-2 6-0 6-3 6-3 5-9 6-4 6-0 6-2

Wt. 320 320 305 270 185 200 210 200 225 185 245 265 195 215 265 260 190 270 222 284 232 275 275 190 210 177 290 185 220 225 250 230 205 225 170 175 300 225 205 205 260 219

Hometown/High School Coatesville / Coatesville Pine Hill, NJ / Camden Catholic Hanover Twp. / Hanover Lititz / Manheim Central Denver / Cocalico Wilmington, DE / Brandywine

Drew Siegfried

Fr.

DB

6-0

186

Philadelphia / Delaware Valley Charter Glenside / Bishop McDevitt

Leland Smith Shawn Smith Gabe Snow Dylan Stair Cody Starck Eric Thomas Matt Wenrich

Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

WR OL LB DL OL DB TE

5-10 6-3 6-1 6-2 6-3 5-11 5-11

173 260 230 232 247 177 230

Philadelphia / Imhotep Harrisburg / Central Dauphin Radnor / Radnor Alpha, NJ / Phillipsburg Dallas / Lake-Lehman Reading / Muhlenberg Selinsgrove / Selinsgrove

New Tripoli / Allentown Central Catholic

Harrisburg / Central Dauphin Hanover / South Western Lewistown / Lewistown Sinking Spring / Wilson Lebanon / Cedar Crest Bloomsburg / Bloomsburg Lock Haven / Central Mountain Gilbertsville / Archbishop Bethlehem / Freedom Harrisburg / Central Dauphin Glenmoore / Downington West Womelsdorf / Conrad Weiser Haddonfield, NJ / Haddonfield Memorial

Allentown / Salisburg Strasburg / Lampeter-Strasburg Fredericksburg / North Lebanon Philadelphia / Northeast Catholic Pen Argyl / Pen Argyl Hershey / Hershey Glen Mills / Bayard Rustin Voorhees, NJ / Eastern

24 38 45 41 62 47 21 95 51 4 32 28 40 23 17

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13 64

Allentown / Allentown Central Catholic

Nazareth / Nazareth Bethlehem / Liberty Akron / Ephrata Glenville / Southwestern Media / Cardinal O'Hara Boyertown / St. Pius X Hershey / Hershey Colonial Heights, VA / Thomas Dale Carlisle / Cedar Crest Wernersville / Conrad Weiser West Grove / Avon Grove Chadds Ford / Unionville

90

85 52

60 18 6 83 86 11 5 75 88 78

Alphabetical Roster Brody Myers RB Jake Myers LB Terrell Oglesby DB Dan O'Hara RB Ryan Olaf DE Solomon Oliver DB Dave Onorato DE Kenny Orlando OL Jeff Owsley LB Cole Parkinson WR Jonathan Patrick DB Mike Pecot WR John Pettine DL Jarrett Pidgeon LB Derrick Price RB Mike Quintans RB Franklyn Quiteh RB Spencer Randolph OL Jordan Rinehart DE Justin Rivera DB Oscar Rivera DB Clarence Robinson DL Matt Rorhbacher RB Sellus Roulhac WR Ryan Samuels TE Matt Sanderson DL Mark Scattene DB Mike Schlauch DL Ameer Selden LB Jared Shannon K Drew Siegfried DB Leland Smith WR Shawn Smith OL Gabe Snow LB Drew Snyder P Dylan Spangler LB Dylan Stair DL Cody Starck OL Chris Steck OL Kareem Steplight RB Cory Stiger WR Ryan Stuart WR Eric Thomas DB Chris Tressler WR Mike Varanavage LB Mike Wagner QB Justin Walker OL Ben Weaber TE Matt Wenrich TE Marcus Zimmerman DL

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 Bloomsburg Season Preview Never let it be said that Bloomsburg University football coach Danny Hale doesn’t look on the bright side of every situation. After starting the 2009 season 8-0, the Huskies dropped their final three games of the season and missed out on a chance to return to the NCAA playoffs. Despite that frustration, Hale wants to take that as motivation for 2010.

Derrick Price

“We (Bloomsburg) missed a window of opportunity last year,” said the veteran coach. “We could never get in a groove offensively. It is disappointing to end the way things did, but 8-3 is still a heck of a season and I want to use that as a motivating tool for this season.” “Our team should be in contention once again in the PSAC East race,” Hale continued. “We have the manpower to be right near the top barring any unforeseen injuries, despite our tough schedule. I have high expectations for this team, especially based on how the offseason and our spring practices went. The returning players need to remember what it felt like to finish with three losses."

OFFENSE For the first time since 2005, Dan Latorre will not be under center for the Huskies. The former all-conference signal caller has graduated leaving several players battling for the starting job. But while the passing game may take time to develop, the Huskies do have a strong running game and a very good offensive line to lean on. “One of our strengths will be our running game with Derrick Price and Kenny Domzalski, while the O-line is very good,” said Hale. “We need to take advantage of our strengths and be smart with the ball. The key for us will be the continuity Kenny Domzalski between the quarterback and 8

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the wide receiver. To be a post-season team you can’t be one dimensional or you’ll get beat.” QUARTERBACK Whoever gets the nod as starter will be making his first career start. Leading the way is red-shirt sophomore Pat Carey who had a very Ben Weaber good spring. Behind Carey will be Mike Wagner, a two-year backup to Latorre and Adam Diltz. RUNNING BACK Price was named first team All-PSAC East for the second straight season after earning Rookie of the Year honors as a freshman, while Domzalski is a former second team all conference selection. The pair provides the Huskies with one of the best 1-2 punches in the PSAC. Look for Franklyn Quiteh, who had an excellent spring, to add depth. At fullback, look for Matt Cox to get the nod with Mike Quintans backing up. WIDE RECEIVER The Huskies were inconsistent here at a year ago, but have plenty of returning experience. Cory Stiger leads the group after making a team-high 28 catches with seven touchdowns a year ago. Tyler Guise, who missed last season with an injury, is healthy and ready to play, while Chris Tressler, who also plays baseball for the Huskies, will return after making 21 catches last season. Also look for Matt Marchioni, Keter Crosby, Ryan Dickerson and Glenn Hutton to see playing time this season. TIGHT END The Huskies have one of the best in the PSAC in Ben Weaber. The senior caught 25 passes last season and is also a top-notch blocker. Also looking for playing time will be Mark Daniels. OFFENSIVE LINE The offensive line will be one of the strengths of the Huskies in 2010 with lots of experience among the starters, although depth Todd Givler may be a question mark. Three players return as starters this season, Daryl Kurtz at tackle and guards Pat Casey and Justin Walker. At center will be Alex Buchert, while Brian Clarke, who


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saw time a year ago, will get the nod at the other tackle spot. Also working into the rotation for the Huskies will be Kenny Orlando, who moves over from the defensive line, while Brandon Allen returns after sitting out last season. Backing up at center will be Chris Steck, who also looks to get playing time. DEFENSE The Huskies defense was outstanding a year ago Mike Varanavage ranking number two in the PSAC in total defense and number one overall in scoring defense. Hale expects the Huskies to pick up where they left off a year ago. “We have a lot of experience on the defensive side of the ball and I will be disappointed if we do not play up to that level this year,” Hale commented. “Our biggest holes are on the defensive front where we need some folks to step forward and raise their level of play.” DEFENSIVE LINE The Huskies have four players on the line who have all started a game at some Thomas McFarland point during last season with Marcus Zimmerman and Todd Givler as the returning starters and John Pettine and Dave Huot as the part-time starters who get the nod full-time this season. Joining that group in the rotation will be Ryan Olaf, who moves from linebacker to the line, Dave Onorato, Shaun Moore, Marc Francola and Mike Schlauch. Also, look for contributions from Chris Kennedy and Josh Chromiak, who returns from injury. LINEBACKER Bloomsburg has two of the best linebackers in the PSAC in Mike Varanavage and Thomas McFarland. The pair, who both have a nose for the ball, combined to make over 160 tackles a year ago. In the middle Jarrett Pidgeon will get the start for the Huskies.

Pidgeon got some good game experience a year ago and is ready to step into the role of starter. The Huskies also have good depth at the position with Ryan Feldman, Sean Clift, Jeff Owsley and Pat Michael. DEFENSIVE SECONDARY This could be the most experienced group for the Huskies and will be one of the strengths of this year’s team. Led by returning Alex Landis first All-PSAC East selection Oscar Rivera, the Huskies also feature seniors Alex Landis and Dan Oliver and junior Vince Browning as starters. Rivera and Landis were both starters last season and combined to make over 100 tackles last season, while Browning and Oliver combined for 75 tackles as back-ups. Joining that group to give the Huskies good depth will be Justin Rivera, Dan Haverstock, Mark Scattene and Terrell Oglesby. SPECIAL TEAMS Jared Shannon returns to handle kickoffs for the Huskies. Shannon, with a powerful leg, had seven touchbacks a season ago and his deep kickoffs held opponents to just 20 yards per return. The pre-season will see a battle between Shannon and Dan Fisher for who will handle extra points and field goals, while Fisher will also contend with Drew Snyder for the punting duties. Ian Murray will handle the snapping duties for special teams. The kick return duties are yet to be finalized, but look for Tyler Guise and Alex Landis to see time in those roles. OVERALL “I feel good that we have the talent and ability to beat anyone on our schedule,” said Hale. “Once again it is a tough one starting with a very good Ashland team from the GLIAC on the road. Then we face an up-and-coming Clarion team and IUP, which is always tough. Then of course we have the PSAC East schedule that is a battle each and every week.”

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ASHLAND UNIVERSITY EAGLES SEPTEMBER 4 • JACK MILLER STADIUM • ASHLAND, OH • 1:00 PM

General Information Location Founded Enrollment School Colors Conference Stadium Capacity Surface President Athletic Director

Ashland, Ohio 1878 6,900 Purple & Gold Great Lakes Intercollegiate Jack Miller Stadium 6,000 ProGrass Dr. Frederick J. Finks Bill Goldring

Coaching Information Head Coach Alma Mater Record at AU Career Record

Schedule/Results

Lee Owens Bluffton (‘77) 6 yrs, 41-25 (.621) 15 yrs, 81-86 (.485)

Assistants Defensive Coordinator Offensive Coordinator Running Backs Defensive Line Defensive Backs Offensive Line

Tim Rose Mike Bath Jeff Kastl Jerome Riase Brad Wilson Doug Geiser

Sep 4 Sep 11 Sep 18 Sep 25 Oct 2 Oct 9 Oct 16 Oct 23 Oct 30 Nov 6 Nov 13

2010 Schedule BLOOMSBURG at Indianapolis Hillsdale at Northern Michigan

Northwood Tiffin at Wayne State Saginaw Valley State at Findlay at Ohio Dominican Lake Erie

Series History First Meeting Series Record Current Win Streak Hale (at BU) vs. Ashland Owens (at AU) vs. BU Last Meeting

2009 Results (6-5, 6-4 GLIAC) at Bloomsburg L 10-7 at Ferris State W 44-23 Michigan Tech W 34-28 at Tiffin W 41-14 Hillsdale L 38-19 at Wayne State L 47-40 Northwood W 33-20 at Saginaw Valley St. L 42-14 Grand Valley St. L 34-7 Indianapolis W 19-3 at Findlay W 41-28

Sports Information 2008 BU leads 2-0 BU, 2 2-0 0-2 2009; BU 10, AU 7

S.I.D.

Al King

Office Phone E-mail Web Site

(419)-289-5442 aking@ashland.edu athletics.ashland.edu

 Statistical Leaders * returning players

Rushing Att. Net D’Marris McCoy* 160 833 Dawon Harvey 87 403 Passing C-A-I Yds. Billy Cundiff 199-305-1 2,653 Receiving No. Yds. Christian Livingston 57 634 Joe Horn* 45 677 Nick Bellanco 42 757

TD 4 1 TD 24 TD 5 7 5

Defense Marcus Council* Brian Gamble Quinton Scott* Carmon Wolfe* Julian Goodwine* Matt Stoinoff* Dustin Basch Shane Usner*

Tkl 83 77 65 64 51 45 33 30

TfL 6.0 5.0 9.5 5.5 7.0 8.0 6.0 7.0

Sck Int 1.0 0 1.0 4 3.0 2 2.5 0 3.5 2 6.5 0 4.0 0 2.5 0

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CLARION GOLDEN EAGLES SEPTEMBER 11 • REDMAN STADIUM • BLOOMSBURG, PA • 1:00 PM

General Information Location Clarion, Pa Founded 1867 Enrollment 8,700 School Colors Blue and Gold Conference PSAC Stadium Memorial Field- Memorial Stadium Complex Capacity 5,000 Surface Sprinturf President Dr. Karen M. Whitney Athletic Director Dave Katis

Coaching Information Head Coach Alma Mater Record at CU Career Record

Schedule/Results

Jay Foster Plymouth State (‘85) 4 yrs, 12-32 (.273) 4 yrs, 12-32 (.273)

Assistants Defensive Coordinator Offensive Coordinator Graduate Assistants Volunteer Assistant

Dwayne Martin Dave Durish Chris Gilman, Dave Livengood Kevin Craig

Sep 2 Sep 11 Sep 18 Sep 25 Oct 2 Oct 9 Oct 16 Oct 23 Oct 30 Nov 6 Nov 13

2010 Schedule Fairmont State at BLOOMSBURG Shippensburg California (PA) Slippery Rock at Lock Haven at Indiana (PA) Edinboro at Gannon at Mercyhurst Millersville

Series History First Meeting Series Record Current Win Streak Hale (at BU) vs. Clarion Foster vs. BU Last Meeting

2009 Results (8-3, 6-3 PSAC) at Fairmont State W 33-21 Kutztown L 25-6 at East Stroudsburg L 45-31 Lock Haven W 24-0 at California (PA) L 35-31 Gannon W 42-21 at Slippery Rock W 27-10 Mercyhurst W 29-25 Indiana (PA) W 30-28 at Edinboro W 30-17 at Cheyney W 32-12

Sports Information

1935 Tied at 4-4-1 BU, 2 2-1 0-2 2007; BU 52, CU 10

S.I.D. Office Phone E-mail Web Site

Rich Herman 814-393-2334 rherman@clarion.edu clariongoldeneagles.com

 Statistical Leaders * returning players

Rushing Alfonso Hoggard* Tyler Huether Passing Tyler Huether Receiving Jaques Robinson* Matt Foradora Craig Bunney* 12

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Att. Net 224 1,046 86 296 C-A-I Yds. 184-315-8 2,242 No. Yds. 70 819 39 469 34 459

TD 17 8 TD 10 TD 5 3 0

Defense Tkl TfL Sck Int Nick Sipes* 112 10.0 4.5 0 Chris Wilson* 67 1.0 0.0 2 Joseph Fox* 62 7.0 3.0 0 Shawn Sopic* 56 1.0 0.0 0 Barrington Morrison* 48 11.0 5.0 0 John Reichert* 38 8.0 4.0 0 Ben Maund* 38 6.5 4.5 0 Daily Whitten* 32 0.0 0.0 5


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INDIANA PA CRIMSON HAWKS SEPTEMBER 18 • REDMAN STADIUM • BLOOMSBURG, PA • 1:00 PM

General Information Location Founded Enrollment School Colors Conference Stadium Capacity Surface President Athletic Director

Indiana, Pa 1875 14,200 Crimson and Gray PSAC George P. Miller Stadium 6,500 Artificial Dr. Tony Atwater Dr. Frank J. Condino

Coaching Information Head Coach Alma Mater Record at IUP Career Record

Schedule/Results

Lou Tepper Rutgers University (‘67) 4 yrs, 30-13 (.698) 16 yrs, 95-70-2 (.575)

Assistants Defensive Coordinator Running Backs Defensive Line Defensive Backs Offensive Line

Paul Tortorella Tye Desiderio Bernie McQuown, Adam Schmidt D.K. McDonald Mike Campolo

Sep 4 Sep 11 Sep 18 Sep 25 Oct 2 Oct 9 Oct 16 Oct 23 Oct 30 Nov 6 Nov 13

2010 Schedule Southern Conn. St. at East Stroudsburg at BLOOMSBURG Slippery Rock at Edinboro Mercyhurst Clarion at Gannon at California Lock Haven West Chester

Series History First Meeting Series Record Current Win Streak Hale (at BU) vs. IUP Tepper (at IUP) vs. BU Last Meeting

2009 Results (5-6, 1-6) at Southern Conn State W 28-21 C.W. Post. W 27-14 Millersville W 17-3 at Mercyhurst L 20-16 at Slippery Rock L 7-3 California (PA) L 41-28 Edinboro L 38-24 at Lock Haven W 45-0 at Clarion L 30-28 Gannon L 29-3 at Kutztown W 34-32

Sports Information

1935 IUP leads 18-8 BU, 3 4-6 0-1 2007; BU 41, IUP 35

S.I.D.

Mike Hoffman

Office Phone E-mail Web Site

724-357-2747 mhoffman@iup.edu iupathletics.com

 Statistical Leaders * returning players

Rushing Tobias Robinson* Harvie Tuck* Passing Andrew Krewatch Pat Smith* Receiving Mychal Skinner* Javon Rowan*

Att. 225 101 C-A-I 77-152-8 66-128-4 No. 35 34

Net 906 540 Yds. 957 637 Yds. 458 416

TD 5 5 TD 5 4 TD 3 5

Defense James Carson Cosie Spigelmeyer Mark Jackson* Abe Satterfield Mike Gee* Nick Bojalad Akwasi Owusu-Ansah Cory Lanterman*

Tkl 73 64 47 45 34 23 21 5

TfL 7.5 4.5 8.0 4.0 7.5 4.5 1.5 0.0

Sck Int 4.0 1 1.0 0 1.5 0 2.5 1 4.5 0 4.0 0 0.0 2 0.0 2

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MILLERSVILLE MARAUDERS SEPTEMBER 25 • BIEMESDERFER STADIUM • MILLERSVILLE, PA • 1:00 PM

General Information Location Founded Enrollment School Colors Conference Stadium Capacity Surface President Athletic Director

Millersville, Pa 1855 8,306 Black and Gold PSAC Chryst Field at Biemesderfer Stadium 6,700 FieldTurf Dr. Francine McNairy Peg Kauffman

Coaching Information Head Coach Alma Mater Record at MU Career Record

Schedule/Results

Greg Colby Illinois ('75) 2 yrs, 4-18 (.182) 2 yrs, 4-18 (.182)

Assistants Offensive Coordinator Running Backs Defensive Line Defensive Backs Offensive Line

Brad Mangle Roland Weeden Ron Rankin Aubrey Kelly Derrick Roche

Sep 4 Sep 11 Sep 18 Sep 25 Oct 2 Oct 9 Oct 16 Oct 23 Oct 30 Nov 6 Nov 13

2010 Schedule Assumption Lock Haven Gannon BLOOMSBURG Cheyney at C.W. Post at Kutztown East Stroudsburg at Shippensburg at West Chester at Clarion

Series History First Meeting Series Record Current Win Streak Hale (at BU) vs. Millersville Colby vs. BU Last Meeting

2009 Results (3-8,2-5) at Assumption W 31-28 at Slippery Rock L 31-14 at Indiana (PA) L 17-3 West Chester L 63-10 Shippensburg L 63-24 at Bloomsburg L 45-10 at Cheyney W 47-36 C.W. Post L 35-3 Kutztown (2OT) W 41-35 at East Stroudsburg L 44-3 Edinboro L 28-25

Sports Information

1916 BU leads 37-30-5 10, BU 12-4-1 0-2 2009; BU 45, MU 10

S.I.D. Office Phone E-mail Web Site

Ethan Hulsey 717-872-3100 ethan.hulsey@millersville.edu millersvilleathletics.com

 Statistical Leaders * returning players

Rushing Brad Lantz Cardoza Jacks* Passing Bill Shirk* Receiving Jamal Smith* Matt Egenrieder* Brad Lantz 14

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Att. 170 61 C-A-I 155-306-11 No. 50 31 26

Net 719 317 Yds. 1,734 Yds. 729 301 207

TD 5 3 TD 13 TD 10 1 0

Defense Tkl Matt Sutjak* 92 Julius Carter 88 Shane Gross* 51 Chad Miller* 40 Gary Tillman* 34 Dan McClellan* 21 Brian Knell* 19 Antwain Brown-Barnes* 17

TfL 2.5 3.5 8.0 12.0 0.0 1.0 1.5 7.5

Sck Int 0.0 1 0.0 2 4.0 0 3.0 1 0.0 2 0.0 2 0.0 2 4.5 0


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EAST STROUDSBURG WARRIORS OCTOBER 2 • REDMAN STADIUM • BLOOMSBURG, PA • 1:00 PM

General Information Location Founded Enrollment School Colors Conference Stadium Capacity Surface President Athletic Director

East Stroudsburg, Pa 1893 7,200 Red and Black PSAC Eiler-Martin Stadium 6,000 Grass Dr. Robert J. Dillman Dr. Thomas Gioglio

Coaching Information Head Coach Alma Mater Record at ESU Career Record

Schedule/Results

Denny Douds Slippery Rock (‘63) 36 yrs, 226-146-3 (.607) 36 yrs, 226-146-3 (.607)

Assistants Offensive Coordinator Defensive Line Defensive Backs Offensive Line

Mike Terwilliger John Whitelavich Otis Flowers Mike Santella

Sep 4 Sep 11 Sep 18 Sep 25 Oct 2 Oct 9 Oct 16 Oct 23 Oct 30 Nov 6 Nov 13

2010 Schedule at Pace IUP at California West Chester at BLOOMSBURG Kutztown at C.W. Post at Millersville Cheyney Shippensburg at Edinboro

Series History First Meeting Series Record Current Win Streak Hale (at BU) vs. ESU Douds vs. BU Last Meeting

2009 Results (8-4, 4-3) at Virginia Union W 19-6 at Gannon W 38-21 Clarion W 45-31 at Shippensburg L 14-38 at Cheyney W 37-0 at West Chester W 21-20 Bloomsburg L 13-27 at Kutztown (OT) W 27-20 C.W. Post L 24-42 Millersville W 44-3 Slippery Rock W 54-28 Edinboro L 31-16

Sports Information

1913 ESU leads 43-35-2 5, BU 14-3 16-20 2009; BU 27, ESU 13

S.I.D.

Greg Knowlden

Office Phone E-mail Web Site

570-422-3312 gknowlden@po-box.esu.edu esuwarriors.com

 Statistical Leaders * returning players

Rushing Att. Zach Krise 102 Kendrick Williams* 99 Matt Marshall* 130 Passing C-A-I Matt Marshall* 206-341-13 Receiving No. Ed Kiser* 43 Jeff Giglio* 38

Net 472 436 313 Yds. 2,938 Yds. 805 603

TD 5 3 1 TD 26 TD 6 3

Defense Matt Freed* Taylor Cave* Mark Kalo* Mike Bergey* Shawnte Carroll* Jeff Case Nicholas Artinger Rudy Cerami*

Tkl 132 76 74 70 49 45 42 34

TfL 18.0 2.5 5.0 3.5 0.5 13.5 2.0 5.0

Sck Int 10.0 0 1.0 2 2.0 1 2.5 0 0.0 5 7.5 0 0.0 7 2.5 0

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CHEYNEY UNIVERSITY WOLVES OCTOBER 9 • O’SHIELDS STEVENSON STADIUM • CHEYNEY, PA • 1:00 PM

General Information Location Founded Enrollment School Colors Conference Stadium Capacity Surface President Athletic Director

Cheyney, Pa 1837 1,700 Blue and White PSAC O’Shields Stevenson Stadium 5,000 Natural Grass Dr. Michelle R. Howard-Vital China Jude

Coaching Information

Schedule/Results

Head Coach Alma Mater Record at CU Career Record

Jeff Braxton Salisbury State 2 yrs, 0-22 (.000) 2 yrs, 0-22 (.000)

Assistants Defensive Coordinator Offensive Coordinator Running Backs Defensive Backs Offensive Line

Ken Lockard Paul Mackliin Corey Brinson Brannan Thomas Steve Dent

Sep 5 Sep 11 Sep 18 Sep 25 Oct 2 Oct 9 Oct 16 Oct 23 Oct 30 Nov 6 Nov 13

2010 Schedule (n) Lincoln Slippery Rock Edinboro Kutztown at Millersville BLOOMSBURG at West Chester at Shippensburg at East Stroudsburg C.W. Post at California (PA)

Series History First Meeting Series Record Current Win Streak Hale (at BU) vs. Cheyney Braxton vs. BU Last Meeting

2009 Results (0-11, 0-7) Lincoln L 41-20 at Mercyhurst L 45-15 at Gannon L 30-9 at C.W. Post L 51-0 East Stroudsburg L 37-0 at Kutztown L 35-21 Millersville L 47-36 Bloomsburg L 28-6 at West Chester L 59-0 Shippensburg L 31-10 Clarion L 32-12

Sports Information 1960 39-9-1 BU 20, BU 17-0 0-2 2009; BU 28, CU 6

S.I.D.

Lenn Margolis

Office Phone E-mail Web Site

610-399-2143 lmargolis@cheyney.edu cheyneywolves.com

 Statistical Leaders * returning players

Rushing Ron Hunter* Angel Rodriquez Passing Angel Rodriquez Malik White* Receiving John Newman* Travis Taltoan* 16

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Att. 122 124 C-A-I 62-124-6 13-41-4 No. 19 17

Net 587 519 Yds. 860 188 Yds. 219 292

TD 4 7 TD 2 1 TD 0 1

Defense Demel Chambers* Joseph Morris* Jacklin Petion* Frank Lyburn* Tim Hume* James Parker Stan Banks* Carl Meeks*

Tkl 75 70 60 50 45 37 32 27

TfL 7.5 6.0 6.0 6.5 10.5 10.0 1.0 1.0

Sck Int 2.0 2 0.5 2 1.0 0 1.5 0 5.0 0 7.0 0 0.0 3 0.0 2


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SHIPPENSBURG RED RAIDERS OCTOBER 16 • SETH GROVE STADIUM • SHIPPENSBURG, PA • 1:00 PM

General Information Location Founded Enrollment School Colors Conference Stadium Capacity Surface President Athletic Director

Shippensburg, Pa 1871 7,600 Red and Blue PSAC Seth Grove Stadium 7,700 Natural Grass Dr. William N. Ruud Jeff Michaels

Coaching Information Head Coach Alma Mater Record at Ship Career Record

Schedule/Results

Rocky Rees West Chester ('71) 20 yrs, 118-104-1 (.531) 25 yrs, 154-119-2 (.564)

Assistants Defensive Coordinator Offensive Coordinator Running Backs Defensive Line Defensive Backs Offensive Line

Mike Burket Pete Lee J.C. Morgan Ben Gibboney Tony Johnson John Wetzel

Aug 28 Sep 11 Sep 18 Sep 25 Oct 2 Oct 7 Oct 16 Oct 23 Oct 30 Nov 6 Nov 13

2010 Schedule Shepherd Gannon at Clarion C.W. Post at Kutztown at West Chester BLOOMSBURG Cheyney Millersville at East Stroudsburg at Mercyhurst

Series History First Meeting Series Record Current Win Streak Hale (at BU) vs. Ship Rees (at Ship) vs. BU Last Meeting

2009 Results (9-3, 6-1) at Shepherd L 34-23 at Edinboro W 24-14 Lock Haven W 49-7 East Stroudsburg W 38-14 at Millersville W 63-24 at C.W. Post L 40-24 Kutztown W 26-22 West Chester W 24-19 at Bloomsburg W 28-27 at Cheyney W 31-10 California (PA) W 42-35 California (PA) L 26-21

Sports Information

1917 Ship leads 42-31 1, Ship 8-8 8-11 2009; Ship 28, BU 27

S.I.D. Office Phone E-mail Web Site

Bill Morgal 717-377-1166 wjmorgal@ship.edu shipraiders.com

 Statistical Leaders * returning players

Rushing Kevin Herod* Kevin Marshall* Mike Frenette* Passing Chad DiFebbo Receiving Mike Harris Chase DiFebbo

Att. 188 107 75 C-A-I 160-314-12 No. 62 27

Net 727 470 420 Yds. 2,507 Yds. 1,018 606

TD 5 3 5 TD 27 TD 10 5

Defense Tkl TfL Sck Int Andy Casale 65 11.0 2.5 0 Vinnie Ranauto* 60 8.5 2.5 2 Riley Bowen* 58 7.5 2.0 1 Travis Proctor 57 2.5 0.0 4 Josh Simmons 52 9.0 4.0 2 Jamahn McCollough* 29 1.0 0.0 2 Tyton Brunner 23 9.0 5.5 0 Andy Horn* 19 8.5 5.5 0 2010 Huskies Football

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WEST CHESTER GOLDEN RAMS OCTOBER 23 • REDMAN STADIUM • BLOOMSBURG, PA • 3:30 PM

General Information Location Founded Enrollment School Colors Conference Stadium Capacity Surface President Athletic Director

West Chester, Pa 1871 12,800 Purple and Gold PSAC John A. Farrell Stadium 7,500 Field Turf Dr. Greg Weisenstein Dr. Edward M. Matejkovic

Coaching Information Head Coach Alma Mater Record at WCU Career Record

Schedule/Results

Bill Zwaan Delaware ('79) 7 yrs, 61-25 (.709) 13 yrs, 115-39 (.747)

Assistants Defensive Coordinator Offensive Coordinator Running Backs Defensive Line Defensive Backs Offensive Line

Mike Furlong Gerald Toney Jack Klebe Mike Lux Clarence Johnson Nick Sama

Sep 2 Sep 11 Sep 18 Sep 25 Oct 2 Oct 7 Oct 16 Oct 23 Oct 30 Nov 6 Nov 13

2010 Schedule at Delaware Edinboro at Slippery Rock at East Stroudsburg C.W. Post Shippensburg Cheyney at BLOOMSBURG at Kutztown Millersville at Indiana (PA)

Series History First Meeting Series Record Current Win Streak Hale (at BU) vs. WCU Zwaan (at WCU) vs. BU Last Meeting

2009 Results (7-4, 5-2) at Lock Haven W 43-0 at Delaware L 35-0 California (PA) L 30-23 at Millersville W 63-10 Kutztown W 37-17 East Stroudsburg L 21-20 at C.W. Post W 34-26 at Shippensburg L 24-19 Cheyney W 59-0 Bloomsburg W 30-14 Mercyhurst W 45-13

Sports Information

1925 WCU leads 46-21 3, WCU 10-7 5-2 2009; WCU 30, BU 14

S.I.D.

James Zuhlke

Office Phone E-mail Web Site

610-436-3316 jzuhlke@wcupa.edu wcugoldenrams.com

 Statistical Leaders * returning players

Rushing D'Andre Webb* Lee Hopkins Passing Jared Jorgensen* Receiving Steve Miller Dan DePalma* Ryan Paulson 18

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Att. 81 92 C-A-I 188-329-10 No. 46 45 28

Net 423 278 Yds. 2,759 Yds. 759 832 304

TD 7 4 TD 20 TD 9 9 1

Defense Mike Dell Mike Holland Sam Scott Corey Rhood Cordero Newkirk* Travis Ford-Bey* Matt Colyar* Kevin Garland

Tkl 72 64 62 51 38 31 29 16

TfL 7.0 9.0 17.0 2.5 3.0 8.5 4.5 0.5

Sck Int 4.0 1 2.5 0 7.5 1 0.0 2 0.0 1 3.5 0 0.0 0 0.0 3


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C.W. POST PIONEERS OCTOBER 30 • HICKOX FIELD • BROOKVILLE, NY • 1:00 PM

General Information Location Founded Enrollment School Colors Conference Stadium Capacity Surface President Athletic Director

Brookville, NY 1954 8,500 Green and Gold PSAC Hickox Field 5,000 Field Turf Dr. David J. Steinberg Bryan Collins

Coaching Information Head Coach Alma Mater Record at CWP Career Record

Schedule/Results

Bryan Collins St. John’s University ('87) 12 yrs, 93-39 (.705) 12 yrs, 93-39 (.705)

Assistants Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Running Backs Defensive Line Defensive Backs

Brian Hughes Omar King James Gibbons Ernie Blount

Sep 4 Sep 11 Sep 18 Sep 25 Oct 2 Oct 9 Oct 16 Oct 23 Oct 30 Nov 6 Nov 13

2010 Schedule at American Intern. California (PA) Mercyhurst at Shippensburg at West Chester Millersville East Stroudsburg at Kutztown BLOOMSBURG at Cheyney at Slippery Rock

Series History First Meeting Series Record Current Win Streak Hale (at BU) vs. C.W. Post Collins (at CWP) vs. BU Last Meeting

2009 Results (6-5, 5-2) American Intern. L 21-6 at Indiana (PA) L 27-14 at Edinboro L 31-23 Cheyney W 51-0 at Bloomsburg L 28-14 Shippensburg W 40-24 West Chester L 34-26 at Millersville W 35-3 at East Stroudsburg W 42-24 Kutztown W 42-17 Lock Haven W 27-15

Sports Information

2007 BU leads 3-0 3, BU 3-0 0-3 2009; BU 24, CWP 14

S.I.D.

Sarah Ralls

Office Phone E-mail Web Site

516-299-3957 Sarah.Ralls@liu.edu cwpostpioneers.com

 Statistical Leaders * returning players

Rushing Att. Net Thomas Beverly* 209 1,094 Eric Anderwkavich* 139 715 Passing C-A-I Yds. Eric Anderwkavich* 152-261-5 1,854 Receiving No. Yds. Chris Harris 49 731 Darnel Williams* 43 489 Andrew Kell* 33 360

TD 11 6 TD 21 TD 7 9 4

Defense Peter Manns Tayrance Smith Billy O'Connor* Detrick Belvin Marquise Herron Lou Scala* Xavier Brown* Norman Smith

Tkl 108 82 61 51 49 35 30 22

TfL 10.5 10.5 4.5 1.5 2.5 8.0 13.5 1.5

Sck Int 2.0 1 2.5 0 0.0 1 0.0 2 0.0 3 4.0 1 8.5 0 0.0 2

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KUTZTOWN GOLDEN BEARS NOVEMBER 6 • REDMAN STADIUM • BLOOMSBURG, PA • 1:00 PM

General Information Location Founded Enrollment School Colors Conference Stadium Capacity Surface President Athletic Director

Kutztown, Pa 1866 10,300 Maroon and Gold PSAC University Field 5,600 A-Turf Dr. F. Javier Cevallos Greg Bamberger

Coaching Information

Schedule/Results

Head Coach Alma Mater Record at KU Career Record

Raymond Monica North Alabama (‘90) 4 yrs, 17-26 (.395) 4 yrs, 17-26 (.395)

Assistants Offensive Coordinator Running Backs Defensive Line Defensive Backs Offensive Line

Drew Folmar Dan Csencsitz Tim Tobin Dennis Iezzi Raymond Yannuzzzi

Sep 4 Sep 11 Sep 18 Sep 25 Oct 2 Oct 9 Oct 16 Oct 23 Oct 30 Nov 6 Nov 13

2010 Schedule Saint Anselm Mercyhurst at Lock Haven at Cheyney Shippensburg at East Stroudsburg Millersville C.W. Post West Chester at BLOOMSBURG at Gannon

Series History First Meeting Series Record Current Win Streak Hale (at BU) vs. Kutztown Monica vs. BU Last Meeting

2009 Results (3-8, 1-6) at St. Anselm W 17-13 at Clarion W 25-6 Slippery Rock L 27-24 Bloomsburg L 31-12 at West Chester L 37-17 Cheyney W 35-21 at Shippensburg L 26-22 at E. Stroudsburg (OT) L 27-20 at Millersville (2OT) L 41-35 at C.W. Post L 42-17 Indiana (PA) L 34-32

Sports Information

1927 BU leads 42-20-1 13, BU 13-0 0-4 2009; BU 31, KU 12

S.I.D.

Rob Knox

Office Phone E-mail Web Site

610-683-4182 knox@kutztown.edu kubears.com

 Statistical Leaders * returning players

Rushing Att. Net Dontay Wilson 140 735 Passing C-A-I Yds. Kevin Morton* 160-284-7 1,921 Shane Martin 42-75-4 409 Receiving No. Yds. Chris McCormick* 48 610 Dominick Massey* 31 397 Shane Martin 30 364 20

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TD 4 TD 15 3 TD 7 4 2

Defense Joel Irwin* Khalief Evans* Jay McKnight* David Cressman Christopher Medina Kevin Bolinsky* Chris McCaffrey Aaron Schweibinz*

Tkl 92 79 73 57 55 49 22 21

TfL 10.0 5.0 2.5 10.5 3.5 15.0 2.0 0.0

Sck Int 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 1 2.0 0 1.5 0 9.5 0 1.0 1 0.0 1


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LOCK HAVEN BALD EAGLES NOVEMBER 13 • HUBERT JACK STADIUM • LOCK HAVEN, PA • 12:00 PM

General Information Location Founded Enrollment School Colors Conference Stadium Capacity Surface President Athletic Director

Lock Haven, Pa 1870 5,283 Crimson and White PSAC Hubert Jack Stadium 3,500 A-Turf Dr. Keith T. Miller Sharon Taylor

Coaching Information

Schedule/Results

Head Coach Alma Mater Record at LHU Career Record

John Klacik Lock Haven (‘88) 5 yrs, 5-49 (.093) 5 yrs, 5-49 (.093)

Assistants Defensive Line Defensive Backs Offensive Line

Eric Saenz Terry Szucs Matt Monty

Sep 4 Sep 11 Sep 18 Sep 25 Oct 2 Oct 9 Oct 16 Oct 23 Oct 30 Nov 6 Nov 13

2010 Schedule at VMI at Millersville Kutztown at Mercyhurst at California (PA) Clarion Gannon at Slippery Rock Edinboro at Indiana (PA) BLOOMSBURG

Series History First Meeting Series Record Current Win Streak Hale vs. Lock Haven Klacik vs. BU Last Meeting

2009 Results (0-10, 0-7) West Chester L 43-0 at Shippensburg L 49-7 at Clarion L 24-0 Mercyhurst L 19-7 at Edinboro L 41-6 California (PA) L 48-14 Indiana (PA) L 45-0 at Gannon L 27-0 Slippery Rock L 47-6 at C.W. Post L 27-15

Sports Information

1908 BU leads 43-38-3 2, BU 12-1 0-1 2005; BU 63, LHU 0

S.I.D.

Doug Spatafore

Office Phone E-mail Web Site

570-484-2350 dspatafo@lhup.edu lhup.edu/sports/havensports

 Statistical Leaders * returning players

Rushing Jeremiah Dunchack* Passing Jarrett Kratzer* Shawn Faulk Jarryd Burkett* Receiving Jay Hartman* Ryan Poorman

Att. 53 C-A-I 89-167-6 42-73-2 28-49-3 No. 31 19

Net 142 Yds. 725 349 221 Yds. 380 151

TD 0 TD 1 0 2 TD 1 0

Defense Wes Plummer* Dean Tortorice Shane Barie Luke Ellison Nick Gounaris* Tyree Pompey Guy Clark Raymond Brooks

Tkl 62 56 56 49 47 39 23 16

TfL 5.5 6.0 2.0 11.0 6.0 1.0 0.5 4.0

Sck Int 1.0 1 0.0 1 0.0 0 2.0 0 2.0 0 0.0 1 0.0 1 3.0 0

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The Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Originating in 1951 to administer and promote men’s athletics, the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference has evolved into one of the NCAA’s most heralded intercollegiate conferences. The first major step came in 1977, when based on a growing interest, the league reorganized to provide a structure for its women’s programs. Only three years later, lacking a standard competitive division, league voted to reclassify the entire conference to NCAA Division II. The most recent enhancement came during the 2008-09 academic year when the PSAC expanded adding full-time members Gannon and Mercyhurst, and associate member Long Island University-C.W. Post. The membership now consists of 16 full-time institutions and the associate. All of the league’s full-time members are located within the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, which makes the PSAC the largest one-state conference in the NCAA. The league has also grown to share the distinctions as: the largest conference in Division II, the largest football-playing conference in the NCAA, and, with 23, the conference that sponsors the most championships at the Division II level. Highly competitive on a regional and national level, PSAC schools annually send nearly one-third of its teams into NCAA postseason play. The membership’s success has yielded 42 NCAA team and 228 individual title winners. While proud of its athletic accomplishments, the league also has evolved into one of Division II’s finest from an academic standpoint. Nearly 1/3 of the PSAC’s estimated 6,200 participants are honored each year as “Scholar-Athletes” for maintaining a GPA of 3.25 or better - a total that has nearly doubled since PSAC Scholar-Athletes were first recognized in the mid-1990s. Although all 16 current institutions are members of Division II, eight league schools also compete at the Division I level in select sports. PSAC schools enroll over 118,000 students and claim over 670,000 alumni, including 430,000 who reside in Pennsylvania. The PSAC is governed by the presidents of the 16 member institutions. It employs a commissioner, two assistant commissioners and a director of media relations at its headquarters in Lock Haven, Pa.

Eastern Division

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Western Division

Bloomsburg

California

Huskies

Vulcans

Cheyney

Clarion

Wolves

Golden Eagles

C.W. Post

Edinboro

Pioneers

Fighting Scots

East Stroudsburg

Gannon

Warriors

Golden Knights

Kutztown

Indiana

Golden Bears

Crimson Hawks

Millersville

Lock Haven

Marauders

Bald Eagles

Shippensburg

Mercyhurst

Red Raiders

Lakers

West Chester

Slippery Rock

Golden Rams

“The Rock”

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HEAD COACH DANNY HALE

Danny Hale Head Coach Danny Hale, one of the winningest coaches in all of Division II, will begin his 18th season at the helm of the Huskies in 2010. Hale also spent five years as head coach at West Chester University. At Bloomsburg, Hale has posted a career record of 144-49-1 (.745) and holds the school record for most coaching victories. Overall in 22 years as a head coach he has a mark of 18462-1 (.747) and is ranked among the top 10 active coaches in NCAA Division II in winning percentage. In his 16 seasons as head coach at Bloomsburg he has led the Huskies to 10 outright or shared Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Eastern Division titles and six NCAA post-season playoff berths. In last decade Bloomsburg is one of the most successful NCAA Division II programs with a combined record of 92-25 (.786) since 2000. In 2008, the Huskies started the season winning the first nine games of the year, including wins over nationally-ranked Ashland and California (Pa). Bloomsburg earned a bid to the NCAA Division II playoffs for the sixth time overall, and fifth time this decade, reaching the NCAA Region One finals. In 2006, the Huskies posted a mark of 12-2 and won the PSAC Eastern Division title, while also capturing the NCAA Northeast Regional title and advancing to the NCAA Division II national semifinals. Hale was named the PSAC East Coach of the Year, the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) Division II District I Coach of the Year and was a finalist for the Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year award. By virtue of being a finalist for the award he was featured on an ABCTV special hosted by Keith Jackson. In 2005, Hale led the Hus-

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kies to a record of 11-1, including an unbeaten (11-0) mark in the regular season. It was just the fourth time in school history that a Bloomsburg team went through the regular season without a loss. He also earned PSAC Eastern Division Coach of the Year honors and the AFCA District One Coach of the Year award. The Huskies also reached the NCAA playoffs in 1996, 2000 and 2001 seasons. During the 2000 season the Huskies were 12-3 and advanced to the NCAA championship game, eventually losing in the title contest. The team reached the finals after rallying from a 19-point deficit against UC-Davis in the national semi-finals to post a 58-48 win. Hale earned the American Football Coaches Association Division II National Coach of the Year following the season. Overall Hale has also been named the AFCA District I Coach of the Year honors nine times, the third highest total in the program's history. Twice he has won the honor in consecutive seasons (2000 and 2001 and 2005 and 2006). He has been named the PSAC Eastern Division Coach of the Year 10 times, including four straight from 1994 to 1997 and back-to-back in 2005 and 2006.


HEAD COACH DANNY HALE

Hale’s Career Record Year 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000

School West Chester West Chester West Chester West Chester West Chester Bloomsburg Bloomsburg Bloomsburg Bloomsburg Bloomsburg Bloomsburg Bloomsburg Bloomsburg

W 7 7 8 9 9 5 8 9 10 8 5 7 12

L 3 3 3 2 2 6 3 1 2 2 6 4 3

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

Pct .700 .700 .727 .818 .818 .455 .727 .834 .833 .800 .455 .636 .800

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

Bloomsburg Bloomsburg Bloomsburg Bloomsburg Bloomsburg Bloomsburg

9 8 7 7 11 12

2 2 4 3 1 2

0 0 0 0 0 0

.818 .800 .636 .700 .917 .857

2007 2008 2009 TOTALS

Bloomsburg Bloomsburg Bloomsburg

7 11 8 184

3 2 3 62

0 0 0 1

.700 .846 .727 .747

Among the great players Hale has coached include Irv Sigler, the winner of the 1997 Harlon Hill Award as the nation's best Division II football player. Sigler finished the year as one of the few players ever in Division II history to average more than 200 yards per game rushing. In addition, Hale also coached Jamar Brittingham, a 2005 top three finalist for the Harlon Hill. Brittingham finished 2005 as college football's top rusher and scorer and was fourth in Division II in all-purpose yards. At the end of Brittingham's career in 2007, he was the all-time leading rusher and scorer in the history of both Bloomsburg and the PSAC and set a total of 29 school and conference records. Hale’s other standout performer has been Jahri Evans, a fourth round draft choice of the New Orleans Saints in 2006. Evans, an offensive lineman, has started each game for the Saints the past three seasons along with two post-season games. He was named to the NFL All-Rookie team in 2006.

Postseason PSAC East Co-Champs PSAC East Champs PSAC East Champs NCAA Division II Playoffs PSAC East Co-Champs PSAC East Co-Champs NCAA Division II Playoffs, PSAC East Champs PSAC East Champs

NCAA National Runner-Up, NCAA Northeast Region Champs, PSAC East Champs, Lambert Cup Winners, ECAC Team of the Year NCAA Division II Playoffs, PSAC East Champs PSAC East Co-Champs PSAC East Co-Champs NCAA Division II Playoffs, PSAC East Champs NCAA Northeast Region Champs, National Semi-Finalist, PSAC East Champs NCAA National Quarterfinalist

coordinator at Colgate from 1981 to 1983. Prior to Colgate, Hale was the offensive line coach at Bucknell from 1975-80 and was defensive coordinator/linebacker coach at Vermont in 1974. Hale is a graduate of West Chester, earning his bachelor's and master's degrees in Health and Physical Education in 1968 and 1973. He was an all-conference pick at West Chester and earned the team's most valuable player in the 1967 State Championship game, while also lettering three times for the track and field team. He is a member of the West Chester Football Hall of Fame and the Delaware County Chapter of the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame. In 1968 Hale signed with the Pottstown Firebirds, the semi professional farm club of the Philadelphia Eagles, before entering the Marine Corps where he played middle linebacker for the Quantico Marines. Following a three-year stint, he was honorably discharged as a first lieutenant in 1972. Hale and his wife Diane are the parents of four children, Roman; Brandie; Tyson; and Christina and have nine grandchildren.

At West Chester Hale posted a mark of 40-13 and won three PSAC East titles and advanced to the NCAA playoffs in 1988. Prior to West Chester, Hale was an offensive line and defensive

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ASSISTANT COACHES

Paul Darragh Asst. Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Paul Darragh enters his 14th season at Bloomsburg. Prior to BU Darragh worked for two years at Indiana (PA) as the linebackers coach. He started his coaching career as a graduate assistant at Temple from 198789. From there, Darragh was the linebackers’ coach at Northeastern and Gannon before being promoted to defensive coordinator at Gannon. He moved from Gannon to the defensive coordinator post at William Paterson College before joining the IUP staff. A three-year starter and captain for Temple, he graduated in 1985 after earning AllEast honors as an inside linebacker.

Under Darragh’s leadership the Huskies’ defense has ranked in the top-half of the PSAC in total defense six of the past nine seasons, including back-to-back second place finishes in 2000 and 2001 and second place in 2009. The Huskies have also ranked among the best in the PSAC in run defense finishing first or second four times, including second last year. The 2009 Huskies finished third nationally in scoring defense (13.36/ game), pacing the PSAC. BU also led the conference in sacks, ranking 14th nationally (3.09 per game). Darragh and his wife Yelena live in Orangeville with their children Sasha, Lemuel and Gabriel.

Tom Pajic Offensive Coordinator/Recruiting Coordinator/Quarterbacks/Receivers Tom Pajic begins his seventh season at Bloomsburg as offensive and recruiting coordinator. He also coaches the quarterbacks and receivers. Pajic has been integral to the success of the Huskies offense by guiding the 2008 offensive unit to the school single-season record in rushing yards and for total offense, points and touchdowns in 2005. In addition, BU ranked fifth nationally in rushing yards per game in Division II in 2004 (299), eighth in 2005 (284), ninth in 2007 (261) and fourth in 2008 (266). In 2007 the Huskies were 24th in total offense (439) and ninth in scoring offense (39.8), while in 2006 the Huskies were fifth nationally in passing efficiency (171). Since 2004, the Huskies offense has produced seven AllAmericans, four All-Region selections, two Harlon Hill nominations, two PSAC East Player of the Year awards, three PSAC Rookie of the Year awards, 34 PSAC East All-Conference selections and have set 28 school and conference records. The Huskies led the PSAC in rushing yards per game in 2008 and have been in the top four in total offense and scoring two of the last four years. Pajic, a 1991 Bloomsburg graduate, came to the Huskies after 26

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spending four years as the wide receivers coach at South Florida (USF). Prior to working at USF, Pajic spent one season as the offensive coordinator at Wilkes University, and has also worked at Hofstra, Fordham and Gettysburg. While at USF, Pajic coached the receivers for the Bull’s spread offense as well as the kick and punt returners. Under his leadership the Bulls’ were ranked nationally in both categories. While coaching these units, 29 school records in receiving, allpurpose yards, punt and kick returns were established. During his tenure he coached two All-Americans and an Academic AllAmerican. At Wilkes in 1999, Pajic helped the Colonels to a 7-4 record and the ECAC Southeast title. Wilkes was ranked third in the Middle Atlantic Conference in total offense and passing; and number five in rushing. Post season honors included an MAC Player of the year, five MAC selections and two Academic AllAmericans. In 1998, Pajic spent one season coaching the wide receivers at Hofstra. He was also the recruiting coordinator, running backs coach and tight ends coach at Fordham from 1995 to 1998. He began coaching in 1994 at Gettysburg College where he coached the wide receivers, tight ends and punters. While a player at Bloomsburg, Pajic set a school record for most receptions in a game with 17 against Lock Haven. Pajic, his wife Julie, daughter Grace Caraline (5), and son, Thomas Anthony, Jr. (4), reside in Bloomsburg.


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Brian McBryan Asst. Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Brian McBryan begins his 18th season at Bloomsburg. He previously coached the offensive line for one year at Bucknell, was the defensive line coach at Susquehanna University for six seasons, and served prior stints at Milton, Danville and RenovoBucktail high schools. McBryan is a 1980 graduate of Lock Haven, where he was a three-year starter as an offensive lineman. He was a member of the Bald Eagles’ 1979 PSAC championship squad. At Bloomsburg, McBryan has coached eight offensive linemen to All-American honors, including current NFL standout Jahri Evans, who was a two-time All-American and finalist for the

Upshaw Award as the nation’s best small-college lineman. McBryan resides in Bloomsburg with his wife Cindy and their two children, Laura and Matthew.

Chet Henicle Defensive Secondary Chet Henicle starts his seventh season at Bloomsburg after previously coaching three years at Wingate (NC) University where he was the defensive backs coach along with recruiting coordinator and camp director. Prior to working at Wingate, Henicle spent four years at LenoirRhyne College (NC), two years as receivers coach and two years as the defensive backs coach. He started his college coaching career in 1996 at Bloomsburg where he was in charge of the receivers. He also spent one season at Waynesboro High School coaching the running backs and defensive backs. A 1995 Bloomsburg graduate, Henicle was an All-American in two sports. During his career he was recognized as the school’s Undergraduate and Senior Male Athlete of the Year. As a catcher and center fielder on the baseball team, Henicle was named team MVP twice along with garnering All-PSAC honors three times. As a sophomore, he was fifth in the nation in batting with a .456 average. He captained the Huskies 1995 squad to the only Division II World Series appearance in school history. He is still the career record holder for doubles in a season and in a career.

As a starting safety on the Bloomsburg football team, Henicle was named the team’s MVP and defensive MVP along with garnering All-Region and All-PSAC honors twice. As a junior he finished second in the nation in interceptions with eight. As a senior he was named an All-American and was chosen to play in the Snow Bowl, the top Division II all-star game in the country. Henicle was inducted into the BU Athletic Hall of Fame in the fall of 2009. At native of Waynesboro, Pa., Henicle and wife Jane Marie reside in Bloomsburg.

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Bill Perkins Defensive Line/Strength and Conditioning Bill Perkins is in his 17th season as the defensive line and strength and conditioning coach. During his tenure as defensive line coach, Perkins has helped coach 20 players to first team All-PSAC East honors and one player to AllAmerican honors. A 1989 graduate of Slippery Rock, Perkins is a health and physical education teacher and athletic director in the Bloomsburg School District. At Slippery Rock, Perkins played in 38 of 40 games as a defensive tackle for the Rock from 1986-89. He registered 129 career tackles and was honored as a PSAC West second team selection in 1989. Perkins and his wife Debbie are the parents of two daughters, Leighnah and Willow.

Ed T. Rush Kickers Ed Rush begins his seventh season at Bloomsburg after a 38-year career working for the NBA. At BU Rush coached All-American Jamar Brittingham, the all-time career rushing leader in both Bloomsburg and PSAC history, for four years. Brittingham went on to set nearly 30 school and conference records and is currently a member of the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons. In 2006 Rush did a tremendous job preparing the Huskies’ running backs despite numerous injuries to his personnel. Overall, Rush used three starting tailbacks with each back gaining more than 100-yards in a game at least once. Also, Rush prepared three starting fullbacks and saw eight different runners (not counting quarterbacks and receivers) carry the ball at least once during the season. Prior to coming to Bloomsburg, Rush was an NBA official from 1966 to 1998 and officiated over 2000 games, including NBA All-Star Games. In 1998, he then joined the NBA Basketball Operations department as the NBA/WNBA Director of Officiating.

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Prior to his work with the NBA, Rush worked as a teacher and football coach for Marple-Newton High School in suburban Philadelphia. He is a graduate of West Chester University where he played varsity football. He is also a nationally recognized motivational speaker specializing in leadership. Rush was recently named one of the 50 most influential people in sports officiating and in the summer of 2008 was awarded the Medallion Award by the National Association of Sports Officials for having given back the most to sports officiating. In addition to his football duties with the Huskies, Rush is a special adviser to the commissioner of the Pac-10 conference on officiating. A native of Philadelphia, Rush and his wife Trudy, the parents of four children, reside in Bloomsburg and have five grandchildren.


ASSISTANT COACHES

Alf Melito

Maurice Daly

Defensive Line

Assistant Linebackers

Alf Melito begins his fifth year on the Bloomsburg coaching staff after a 30-year career at Berwick High School. At Berwick, Melito helped coach six state championship teams and three USA Today National Championship teams. Melito is a graduate of Bloomsburg State College where he played nose guard and offensive guard for the Huskies. He was also selected to the PSAC All-Conference Team. After graduation in 1969, he was an elementary school teacher and later principal in the Berwick school district. He is married to his wife Dawn and has three children and two stepchildren.

Maurice Daly begins his 12th season as assistant linebackers coach. Prior to Bloomsburg, he had a short stint with Central Columbia High School after relocating to the area from Michigan. In Michigan, he was the head football coach at Holy Redeemer High School for the 1994 season. A native of New York City, Daly attended Queens College, NY in 1972. Daly lives in Sunbury, PA and is the father of three children, daughters Allison and Andrea, both Bloomsburg University alumni and his son Maurice who will be a sophomore at Liberty University. He is also the grandfather of two, Jeremiah and Maya. Daly is employed at Geisinger Medical Center in the department of Gastroenterology.

Robert “Gump” May Offensive Assistant May begins his second season on the Huskies staff in 2010. His football coaching career has covered more than 35 years, including 33 years as the head coach at Hershey High School. May was 206-164-5 in those 35 seasons, including a 198-1515 mark at Hershey. He also coached two seasons at Bishop McDevitt High School. May's Hershey teams won one District 3-AA and three Mid-Penn Conference championships. May is a graduate of West Chester University and a 2008 inductee into the Capital Area Chapter of the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame.

Offensive Coordinator Tom Pajic

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CAPTAINS

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ALEX

LANDIS

Defensive Back Sr Pine Grove • Pine Grove Marketing (Management)

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Selected by his teammates as a captain for the 2010 season, Landis started 10 games in 2009, registering 51 tackles, an interception and seven pass break-ups. He has quickly gained the reputation as a fierce hitter from his starting safety position and is a gifted athlete with natural football instincts and strong leadership qualities. His father, George, was the head coach of the Huskies in the mid-1980’s and led the team to a PSAC title and a berth in the 1985 NCAA semi-finals. 2009: Made a career-high seven tackles and had one interception in win over California (PA)...Had six tackles in games against West Chester and Gannon to finish the season...Saw duty as punt returner during the season, notching two returns for 24 yards. 2008: Made a season-high six tackles against both Ashland and West Chester...Recorded at least one tackle in 12 of 13 games played. 2007: Played freshman season as back-up quarterback...Threw career-long 46-yard pass and rushed for twoyard touchdown against Cheyney.

Landis’ Career Defensive Statistics: GP-GS Solo Ast Tot 2009 11-10 23 28 51 2008 13-0 30 8 38 TOTALS 24-10 53 36 89

TFL Sacks 1.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 0.0

Int 1 1 2

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MIKE

VARANAVAGE

Linebacker Sr - Philadelphia • Archbishop Ryan Marketing

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Selected a captain by his teammates for 2010, Varanavage is an exceptional athlete with the knack to make big plays. He has played since his freshman year at both the “Buck” and “Will” linebacker spots and is a vocal leader who plays with emotion. Along with i h Thomas McFarM F land, Varanavage should be one of the best pair of linebackers in the region. 2009: Finished second on the team in tackles with 90...Tied his career-high with 12 tackles in game with West Chester...Had 11 tackles in win over C.W. Post...Recorded 10 tackles, six of them solo, in win over California (PA)...Made nine tackles with 2.5 tackles for loss and one sack in game with Shippensburg 2008: Tied for third on the team with 53 tackles...Made a career-high 12 tackles against Gannon 2007: Made then career-high four tackles in game with Millersville...Intercepted two passes in win over Clarion Other info: Played basketball for the Huskies in 2008-09 and averaged 7.3 points per game...Spent a year at Valley Forge Military Academy

Varanavage’s Career Defensive Statistics: GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks 2009 11-11 36 54 90 5.0 2.0 2008 13-2 29 24 53 1.0 0.0 2007 10-0 15 5 20 0.0 0.0 TOTALS 34-13 80 83 163 6.0 2.0

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Int 0 0 2 2

FF 2 0 0 2

FR 1 1 0 2


CAPTAINS

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BEN

WEABER

Tight End Sr - Lebanon • Cedar Crest Criminal Justice (Sociology)

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Weaber is highly respected by his teammates and will be one of the team captains for the 2010 campaign. After three seasons, he has become a premier tight end in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference. Weaber has an amazing work ethic and will be an All-American candidate. 2009: Named second team All-PSAC East...Caught a pass in all but one game in which he played in during the 2009 season...Made a career-high six catches for 69 yards in win over East Stroudsburg...Caught passes for 37 yards in win over California (PA) 2008: Made two receptions, including one for a touchdown, in win over Ashland...Missed a month of the season with injury, but returned to make eight catches in November 2007: Caught a season-high five passes for 55 yards in season-opening game with C.W. Post...Caught two passes for 31 yards against IUP

Weaber’s Career Receiving Statistics: GP-GS 2009 10-10 2008 8-7 2007 10-10 TOTALS 28-27

Rec 25 11 11 47

Yds 328 114 147 589

Avg TD 13.1 0 10.4 1 13.4 0 12.5 1

LG Avg/G 38 32.8 17 14.2 29 14.7 38 21.0

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TODD

GIVLER

Defensive Line Sr - Glenmoore • Downingtown West Geo-Environmental Planning

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Team captain and proven leader for the front, Givler is one of the most consistent players on the line. He is the prototype defensive tackle: strong, tough, physical and a phenomenal technician. Givler participated in an internship this past summer and will complete his course work this fall in time to graduate in December. He is a true student-athlete who could contend for post-season honors this fall. 2009: Tied career-high with five tackles against C.W. Post...Made four tackles with a sack in win over East Stroudsburg 2008: Made a career-high five tackles against Gannon 2007: Had at least one tackle in seven of nine games played

Givler’s Career Defensive Statistics: GP-GS Solo Ast Tot 2009 11-11 8 16 24 2008 13-11 8 8 16 2007 9-0 5 5 10 TOTALS 33-22 21 29 50

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TFL Sacks 6.0 2.0 2.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 9.0 4.0

FF 0 0 0 0

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CAREY

Quarterback Jr - Loyalsock • Loyalsock Twp. Biology - Pre-Med

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Carey had a productive spring and is competing for the starting quarterback spot. He has a thorough understanding of the offense and brings veteran leadership to the group. Carey is tough, determined and competitive, and he has learned to lead the offense this spring. The Huskies will benefit from his maturity and leadership. Carey arrived at Bloomsburg after transferring from Lafayette. 2009: Did not play (red shirt).

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WAGNER

Quarterback Jr Hershey • Hershey Exercise Science

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After being the number-two quarterback last year, Wagner has made immense strides in his development. He has tremendous athleticism and is a tough competitor. Wagner has firm knowledge of the Husky system and many intangible qualities that will be a critical part of the success of the offense. 2009: Saw action in three games...Completed career-long 33-yard pass against Millersville. 2008: Played in four games...Threw first career TD pass in win over Cheyney.

Wagner’s Career Passing Statistics: 2009 2008 TOTALS

GP-GS Att Comp Pct 3-0 9 6 66.7 4-0 8 5 62.5 7-0 17 11 64.7

Yds TD 84 0 54 1 138 1

Int 1 0 1

LG Avg/G 33 28.0 16 13.5 33 19.7

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ADAM

DILTZ

Quarterback R-Fr - Bloomsburg • Central Columbia Environmental Planning

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Having been a red-shirt in 2009, Diltz developed the understanding of BU offensive concepts that will put him on track to lead the Husky offense in the future. His strengths include a quick release with perception and anticipation of the action around him. Diltz will have the advantage of learning from a qualified group of quarterbacks as he develops in the Husky system.

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HUTTON

Quarterback/WR R-Fr - Sicklerville, NJ • Pope Paul VI Accounting

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In the spring, Hutton saw action at quarterback, wide receiver, and on special teams. His diverse talents will give the Huskies options for how to best utilize him on the field. Hutton has an instinctive comprehension of the quarterback position, its route packages, and the adjustments that come with it. His work ethic is second to none, and he competes at such a high level that he inspires everyone around him to play stronger.

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DERRICK

PRICE

Running Back Jr - Burlington, NJ • Burlington City Communication Studies

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A returning two-year starter, Price has proven that "Lightning" can strike anywhere. He has outstanding vision and is liable to break a play anywhere on the line of scrimmage. Price had an excellent spring where he showed improvement in his blocking, helping to make him even more of a threat in the Huskies' offense. 2009: Named first team All-PSAC East...Led the Huskies in rushing with 762 yards and 12 touchdowns... Scored multiple touchdowns in three consecutive games, including three touchdowns and 185 rushing yards against C.W. Post....Rushed for more than 100 yards in four games...Had a career-long 59-yard rush as he collected 165 yards and scored once in win over East Stroudsburg...Caught career-high four passes for 51 yards, rushing for 105 yards and scoring twice against Kutztown...Finished the year 10th on the school’s all-time career rushing list. 2008: Named the PSAC East Freshman of the Year and first team All-PSAC East...Broke the BU single-season record for rushing yards by a freshman after gaining 1,279 yards and six touchdowns...Eclipsed the 100-yard rushing mark six times in the season....Rushed for a career-high 186 yards against Mercyhurst...Gained 112 yards and scored once in NCAA playoff game against California (PA). Price’s Career Rushing Statistics: GP-GS 2009 8-7 2008 12-12 TOTALS 20-19

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No Yds Avg TD 139 762 5.5 12 218 1,279 5.9 7 357 2,041 5.7 19

LG Avg/G 59 95.2 48 106.6 59 102.1

QUITEH

Running Back R-Fr -  Tobyhanna • Pocono Mountain West Undeclared

Coming off a redshirt freshman year and excellent spring, Quiteh has shown that he has the tools to be a power tailback in the Huskies' offense. He is a model student, both on the football field and in the classroom, and he looks to eventually rival the accomplishments of last year's MVP, Stef Adams.

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KENNY

DOMZALSKI

Running Back Jr - Milford • Delaware Valley Exercise Science

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"Thunder," a returning two-year starter, has fully recovered from a freshman injury and, after an outstanding spring, has developed into a strong and capable player. Domzalski's efforts to improve his blocking and pass receiving will only help him be more off a threat in h i the h Huskies offense. 2009: Finished second on the team in rushing with 605 yards...Gained a season-high 121 yards and scored two times against Shippensburg, including a career-long 77-yard touchdown run...Rushed for 86 yards and caught career-high four passes in win over Mercyhurst. 2008: Was named second team All-PSAC East... Finished second on the team with 878 yards rushing...Rushed for over 100 yards three times...Posted career-highs of 16 carries and 172 rushing yards against Ashland (OH) in the season opener, nabbing PSAC East Offensive Player of the Week honors for his efforts...Ran for 141 yards, including a 63-yard touchdown against Millersville...Nabbed first receiving touchdown with 43-yard catch versus Mercyhurst. Domzalski’s Career Rushing Statistics: GP-GS 2009 11-4 2008 12-0 TOTALS 23-4

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No Yds Avg TD 121 605 5.0 3 162 878 5.4 3 283 1,483 5.2 6

LG Avg/G 77 55.0 63 73.2 77 64.5

QUINTANS

Running Back So - Media • Penncrest Biology - Pre-Physical Therapy

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Returning to the team after a year's absence, Quintans was a pleasant surprise this past spring, showing the ability to execute all that is required of fullbacks. Possessing impressive burst speed and agility, he has refined his expertise this summer to become the physical fullback that is needed in the Husky offense. Quintans' Career Rushing Statistics: 2008: Rushed eight times for 40 yards and first career GP-GS No Yds Avg TD LG Avg/G touchdown in win over Cheyney. 2009 Did Not Play 2008 TOTALS 38

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COX

Running Back Jr Lewisberry • Red Land Exercise Science

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After an outstanding spring, Cox will be a starting fullback again this season. Like a coach on the field, he has a firm grasp of what the team is trying to do and knows every position's responsibility. He makes few mental mistakes and plays to his physical limits, quietly leading by example. Cox is the prototypical Bloomsburg Husky: selfless, hard working, enthusiastic, and physical. His brother Mike Cox is a running back for the Kansas City Chiefs. Cox’s Career Statistics: GP-GS 2009 11-3 2008 9-0 TOTALS 20-3

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2009: Backup fullback for the Huskies...Saw action in all 11 games...Caught nine-yard pass against Millersville...Made Receiving Rec Yds Avg 11-yard reception against Cheyney.

Rushing Att Yds Avg 5 4 0.8 4 29 7.2 9 33 3.7

CHRIS

2 1 3

20 10.0 5 5.0 25 8.3

2008: Recorded career-long 14-yard rush attempt against Millersville.

TRESSLER

Wide Receiver Sr Lewistown • Lewistown Exercise Science

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Tressler was a key player in the mix last year and will be equally or more essential in his final season. He plays the game with passion and physicality, showcasing superior stamina and effort. Known for being aggressive and resilient, Tressler will be looked upon for his inspirational, veteran leadership. He is also a member of the Huskies baseball team where he both pitches and plays the outfield; in 2010, he started all 44 games and hit .328 over 131 at-bats. 2009: Finished third on the team in receptions and yards receiving...Caught first career touchdown pass against Kutztown, one of a career-high five receptions that game...Made four catches for career-high 84 yards against West Chester...Made three receptions against both Shippensburg and Gannon during the season. Tressler’s Career Receiving Statistics: GP-GS 2009 11-5 2008 13-0 TOTALS 24-5

Rec 21 2 23

Yds 320 24 344

2008: Saw action in all 13 games for the Huskies...Caught 12 yard pass against Ashland...Made 12 yard reception Avg TD LG Avg/G against Cheyney. 15.2 1 45 29.1

12.0 14.9

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12 45

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CORY

STIGER

Wide Receiver Sr - Williamsport • Loyalsock Twp. Marketing

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Stiger had a breakout year in 2009 and will be depended upon for his physicality and leadership within the wide-receiver group. Stiger is a fast, athletic and disciplined route runner, and expectations are high, as his production this season is projected to be his best yet. 2009: Led the Huskies in receptions with 28 and in receiving yards with 467...Was third on team in scoring with 42 points...Caught passes in 10 of 11 games during the season..Made first career touchdown catch at California (PA) in second game of the season...Had three games with career-best four receptions...Caught four passes, including a career-long 57-yard catch, totaling a career-high 122 yards and two touchdowns at West Chester... Caught passes for 84 yards and one score against C.W. Post. 2008: Caught a three passes for 30 yards against Cheyney... Made two receptions for 12 yards in NCAA playoff game with West Chester. 2007: Caught three passes in limited action for the Huskies.

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Stiger’s Career Receiving Statistics: GP-GS 2009 11-10 2008 12-0 2007 9-0 TOTALS 32-10

Rec 28 7 3 38

Yds 467 61 29 557

Avg TD 16.7 7 8.7 0 9.7 0 14.6 7

LG Avg/G 57 42.5 16 5.1 16 3.2 57 17.4

CROSBY

Wide Receiver Jr -  Tobyhanna • Pocono Mountain West Mass Communications (Sociology)

Crosby had a good spring and his debut with the Huskies is expected to add depth to the wide receiver group. With superior body control and rangy athleticism, he has tremendous composure to go and get the football when in the air. Crosby is a tough player and will be counted on this year for consistency.

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GUISE

Wide Receiver Jr -  Mechanicsburg • Cumberland Valley History

Guise had a great spring of production. He is an exceptional athlete that will be counted on this year to make plays for the Husky offense. He is an elusive route runner, possessing exceptional speed and dexterity. Doubling as a returner on special teams, Guise will utilize his work ethic and passion to improve to elevate himself to an amazing year. 2009: Saw limited action for the Huskies, appearing in five games...Made two receptions for 20 yards against Millersville...Got first career rushing attempt against ESU and gained 19 yards. 2008: Saw time as defensive back, recording five tackles, including four unassisted.

Guise's Career Returning Statistics:

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GP 5 12 17

Kick Returns Ret Yds Avg TD 0 0 0.0 0 10 245 24.5 0 10 245 24.5 0

LG 0 33 33

Punt Returns Ret Yds Avg TD 1 19 19.0 0 1 9 9.0 0 2 28 14.0 0

LG 19 9 19

FISHER

Wide Receiver So Denver • Cocalico Exercise Science

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Fisher's spring was hampered by injury. Last year, he saw limited action as a wide receiver and returner, and expectations are high for him in this same dual role for him this season. Fisher has tremendous speed and the ability to dodge defenders to gain major yards, making him a threat wherever he lines up on the field. His addition to the lineup makes for extensive depth in the wide receiver group. 2009: Had a 33-yard kick return against Kutztown...Tallied three tackles as member of special-teams unit...Recorded first career reception with a nine-yard catch against Cheyney.

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RYAN

DICKERSON

Wide Receiver So Harleysville • Souderton Communications

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Dickerson missed spring due to an injury but will be at full strength by pre-season camp and is expected to pick up where he left off : producing. He has soft hands and the can stretch the defense with his speed. Dickerson's capability to have a breakout year could make him an impact player within the receiver group. 2009: Did not play.

Dickerson's Career Receiving Statistics: GP-GS Rec Yds 2009 Did Not Play 2008 6-0 5 59 TOTALS 6-0 5 59

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Avg TD

LG Avg/G

11.8 11.8

16 16

MATT

0 0

9.8 9.8

2008: Caught career-high three passes for 36 yards against Kutztown...Made two catches for 23 yards against C.W. Post...In only kick return of season, picked up 28 yards against Gannon.

MARCHIONI

Wide Receiver So - Wilmington, DE • Brandywine Finance



After a solid spring, Marchioni has gained the knowledge and understanding to have an incredible year. He has a knack for getting open and making plays in traffic with a reputation for practicing and drilling diligently. His precise route running and proficient hands make him a premium addition to the group.

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MARK

DANIELS

Tight End So - Sinking Spring • Wilson Accounting (Exercise Science)



Daniels was hampered this spring by an operation. He is a big tight end with a lot of potential to be a big-time player. He has shown flashes that give hope for his continued development and will certainly be in the mix this fall. 2009: Played in 10 games...Caught 12-yard pass against Millersville. 42

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PAT

CASEY

Guard Sr - Matamoras • Delaware Valley Exercise Science



Named a pre-season All-American, Casey returns as one of the leaders on the offensive front. First-team all-PSAC at offensive guard in 2009, he is dominant at the point of attack. His tremendous strength and knowledge of the BU system make him an All-American candidate for the Huskies. Casey has appeared in 25 games in three seasons, including starts in all 11 of 2009.

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JUSTIN

WALKER

Guard Sr - Coatesville • Coatesville Business Management / M.B.A.



Walker was All-PSAC in 2009 at offensive guard and is one of the strongest players on the offensive front. He is highly respected by his teammates and will be a powerful force in 2010, possessing the tools to be a candidate for All-American honors. Walker has started in 33 of the team's 34 games over his first three years of play.

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KENNY

ORLANDO

Guard Jr -  Womelsdorf • Conrad Weiser Special Education / Elementary Education

Orlando moved from defense to offensive guard in the spring. With his athleticism and improved knowledge of the system, he has an opportunity to make an impact in the Huskies’ attack this season. Orlando has participated in 21 games in the last two years, missing only three.

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DARYL

KURTZ

Tackle Jr -  Milton • Milton Special Education / Elementary Education

Kurtz returns as a starting tackle and has vastly improved his play over the last few seasons. Having improved his strength and flexibility, he has potential to have a productive 2010 season and earn post-season honors. Kurtz has appeared in every BU game over the past two seasons, starting in all except two.

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ALEX

BUCHERT

Center So - Robesonia • Conrad Weiser Criminal Justice



Buchert had a productive spring at center for the Huskies. He has gained valuable experience during his freshman year and will be called upon to make an impact in 2010.

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BRANDON

ALLEN

Tackle So Philadelphia • Frankford History

-



After making four appearances in the 2008 season, Allen returns to the team for the 2010. With his improved strength and knowledge of the offense, he will be expected to make a significant impression at offensive tackle.

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BRIAN

CLARKE

Tackle So Danville • Danville Undeclared

-



Clarke will battle for a starting tackle position, a critical for the Huskies’ success this year. The team will rely on Clarke to provide consistency as a forceful run blocker this season, as he has great potential and looks to make a considerable contribution to the offensive line this season.

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CHRIS

STECK

Offensive Line R-Fr Mt. Carmel • Mt. Carmel Undeclared

-



Steck had a beneficial spring at center, regularly demonstrating an outstanding work ethic and positive attitude. He will be relied upon to provide depth at both center and offensive guard.

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MARCUS

ZIMMERMAN

Defensive Tackle Sr Lititz • Manheim Central Environmental Planning

-



Zimmerman plays extremely hard and is difficult to block one-on-one. A four-year player at defensive tackle, he will be a quick and physical presence that will challenge opponents on every play with his incredible talent. Zimmerman carries himself as a quiet leader, yet is not afraid to energize his teammates when necessary. 2009: Recorded career-high seven total tackles and three tackles for loss in games against both Kutztown and East Stroudsburg...Had 2.5 sacks, stealing a sum of 17 yards from Kutztown. Zimmerman's Career Defensive Statistics: GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks 2009 11-11 18 21 39 11.0 6.0 2008 12-4 14 11 25 4.0 2.0 2007 7-0 6 2 8 3.0 1.0 TOTALS 30-15 38 34 72 18.0 9.0

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DAVE

FF 1 0 0 1

FR 1 0 0 1

2008: Made a season-high six tackles in regular season matchup against California (PA). 2007: Had tackles in five of seven appearances.

HUOT

Defensive End Sr -  Bethlehem • Freedom Environmental Planning (Geology)

Huot has been a big-play guy for the past two years and has now taken over the starting role at defensive end. He is versatile and able to also play defensive tackle. A perceptive judge of offensive schemes and personnel, Huot is strong and savvy on the field, and he will also be looked to for leadership and big plays. He has a unique personality and is a strong student in the classroom. 2009: Had three tackles for loss, totaling 17 yards, against California (PA). 2008: Made career-high eight tackles in game against Gannon.

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Huot's Career Defensive Statistics: GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks 2009 10-2 8 4 12 6.5 1.0 2008 13-1 21 16 37 8.5 2.5 2007 Did Not Play 2006 4-0 4 3 7 2.0 1.5 TOTALS 27-3 33 23 56 17.0 5.0

FF 1 3

FR 1 1

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JOHN

PETTINE

Defensive End Jr - Gilbertsville • Archbishop Geology



Pettine came back from an injury last spring and provided the Huskies defensive front with depth and production. He is a big-body that is able to stop both the inside and outside run, and he has become a formidable pass-rusher. Pettine will be one of the team leaders for the front this fall and has the power to become a commanding force, carrying on a great tradition of superior ends at BU. Pettine is a dedicated student on the field and in the classroom, and he is a coachable player who can change the game at any time. 2009: Broke up two passes and had back-to-back sacks against Kutztown...Had career-high four tackles against both Mercyhurst and West Chester.

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DAVE

Pettine's Career Defensive Statistics: GP-GS Solo Ast Tot 2009 9-0 8 6 14 2008 9-0 0 0 0 TOTALS 18-0 8 6 14

TFL Sacks 1.5 2.5 0 0 1.5 2.5

FF 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0

ONORATO

Defensive End Jr -  Hummelstown • Bishop McDevitt Political Science (Sociology / History)

After a brief stint at linebacker, Onorato has firmly settled in to the defensive end position. Having played tailback in high school, he has developed great toughness and all the tools to fulfill his role. Onorato has worked strenuously in the weight room and will be counted on to share the duties at both the "Sam" and "Cat" positions this fall. He has a wonderful sense of humor and the potential to “turn the switch” and become a little crazy Onorato's Career Defensive Statistics: on the field, which adds to his value on the defensive GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks FF FR side of the football. 2009 11-0 2008 10-0 TOTALS 21-0

1 2 3

0 4 4

1 6 7

0.0 0.5 0.5

0.0 0.5 0.5

0 0 0

0 1 1

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RYAN

OLAF

Defensive End Jr Danville • Danville Exercise Science

-



In the off-season, Olaf made the shift from linebacker to defensive end and made an immediate impact. He is quick off the ball and uses his linebacker skills to create problems in the offensive backfield. Olaf will become a superior pass rusher, bringing commanding athleticism and toughness to the position area. Olaf's Career Defensive Statistics: 2009 TOTALS

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JOSH

GP-GS Solo Ast Tot 3-0 0 1 1 3-0 0 1 1

TFL Sacks 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

Int 0 0

CHROMIAK

Defensive Line Jr Wind Gap • Pen Argyl Exercise Science

-



After limited action in 2009, Chromiak returns for his third season of play. Chromiak's Career Defensive Statistics: 2009 2008 TOTALS

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GP-GS Solo Ast Tot 1-0 0 0 0 5-0 2 2 4 6-0 2 2 4

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TFL Sacks 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

FF 0 0 0

FR 0 0 0

FF 0 0

FR 0 0


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SHAUN

MOORE

Defensive Tackle So Landsdale • North Penn Communications

-



The strongest in the group, Moore's superb leverage and fantastic technique allow him to make both routine and big plays all season long. He is quiet but will give everything he has on every snap. Moore had a decent 2009 campaign and spring, and he will be a big part of the Huskies’ success up front. Moore's Career Defensive Statistics: 2009 TOTALS

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GP-GS Solo Ast Tot 9-0 3 2 5 9-0 3 2 5

MARK

TFL Sacks 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

FF 0 0

FR 0 0

FRANCOLA

Defensive Line So Bloomsburg • Bloomsburg Pre-Physician's Assistant

-



Having played only three games last fall, Francola is rebounding from an injuryplagued year and showed improvement after making the switch from offensive guard. He is strong, runs well for a big-man, and may be a big contributor this fall.

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MIKE

SCHLAUCH

Defensive Tackle So Zion Grove • Bloomsburg Environmental Planning

-



A dangerous player on the field, Schlauch has an explosive first step and the agility to escape blocks and press the passer or run down an opponent from anywhere on the field with his relentless speed. Schlauch should be a big contributor this fall at the tackle spot, especially in the speed and dime packages. Schlauch's Career Defensive Statistics: GP-GS Solo Ast Tot 2009 11-0 1 3 4 TOTALS 11-0 1 3 4

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CHRIS

TFL Sacks 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

FF 0 0

FR 0 0

KENNEDY

Defensive Tackle R-Fr - Radnor • Archbishop Carroll Business Management



Kennedy is a big-bodied defensive tackle who has been learning from the veterans and is developing well. He will be a part of the short-yardage package and will see action in the defensive tackle spot this fall.

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JORDAN

RINEHART

Defensive End R-Fr West York • West York Exercise Science

-



Rinehart is a strong defensive end who is still learning the system and could become the next in a long list of great defensive ends at BU. He has all the tools to become an effective pass rusher and dominant force on the Huskies defense. 50

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THOMAS

MCFARLAND

Linebacker Sr Pottsville • Pottsville Finance

-



One of the leaders of the defense the last several years, McFarland is a great athlete with an intensity for the physical part of the game. Winner of Bloomsburg's John S. Devlin “Big Hit” award the past two years, he can play any linebacker position and has the be one of h potential i l to b the best in the region. 2009: Posted a career-high 11 tackles against Shippensburg...Had three tackles for loss, including a seven-yard sack against East Stroudsburg. McFarland's Career Defensive Statistics: 2008: Made a season-high eight tackles in regular GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks Int FF FR season matchup with West Chester...Made first 2009 11-11 35 39 74 8.0 1.0 0 3 0 career interception in opener with Ashland. 2008 13-13 2007 10-0 TOTALS 34-24

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JEFF

37 4 76

15 4 58

52 5.0 8 0.5 134 13.5

0.0 0.0 1.0

1 0 1

2 0 5

0 0 0

OWSLEY

Linebacker Jr Aston • Sun Valley Marketing

-



Owsley suffered an injury in the game against Mercyhurst and missed spring practice but looks to be back to full strength for the fall. A fast, explosive player who likes to hit, he will be fighting for playing time at the “Will” linebacker position. Owsley played tailback at Sun Valley H.S. for former Husky Mark Possenti. 2008: Appeared in 12 games for the Huskies...Successfully rushed for a two-point conversion in opening drive against Cheyney .

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MICHAEL

PAT

Linebacker Jr - Fairview • Fairview History / Secondary Education



Fighting for playing time at the "Mike" linebacker position, Michael came out of spring as the number-two middle linebacker. He is instinctive and knows the defensive scheme well. Having played as a freshman in 2008, Michael is a seasoned linebacker who should contribute in 2010. 2008: Recorded career-high three tackles against Gannon. Michael's Career Defensive Statistics: GP-GS Solo Ast Tot 2009 3-0 0 0 0 2008 9-0 5 1 6 TOTALS 12-0 5 1 6

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JARRETT

TFL Sacks 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

Int 0 0 0

FF 0 1 1

FR 0 0 0

PIDGEON

Linebacker So - Barnegat, NJ • Southern Regional Special Education



The projected starter at "Mike" linebacker position in 2010, Pidgeon learned much as a backup to Anthony Smith in 2009, developing keen instincts and toughness and becoming one of the leaders of the defense. He played for his father Dennis Pidgeon at Southern Regional High School and came to Bloomsburg via Valley Forge Military Academy Prep. 2009: Logged two tackles for loss against Gannon, including a 14-yard sack...Recorded 12 tackles on the season. Pidgeon's Career Defensive Statistics: GP-GS Solo Ast Tot 2009 10-0 5 7 12 TOTALS 10-0 5 7 12

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TFL Sacks 2.0 1.0 2.0 1.0

Int 0 0

FF 0 0

FR 0 0


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RYAN

FELDMAN

Linebacker So Aston • JP McCaskey Anthropology

-



Feldman is a smart, athletic linebacker who had an excellent spring. While fighting for playing time at the “Will” linebacker position, he should also be a useful specialteams player. Feldman knows the game well, having learned at McCaskey High School under the coaching of his father, Scott Feldman. 2009: Against East Stroudsburg, Feldman forced a fumble on an ESU kickoff return, allowing the Huskies to recover and extend their lead en route to a 27-13 victory

Feldman's Career Defensive Statistics: 2009 TOTALS

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SEAN

GP-GS Solo Ast Tot 9-0 7 7 14 9-0 7 7 14

TFL Sacks 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

Int 0 0

FF 1 1

FR 0 0

CLIFT

Linebacker So - Philadelphia • Roman Catholic Criminal Justice (Business)



Clift is a tough, physical player who made positive strides in the spring. He will enter the 2010 season as the number two “Buck” linebacker and is expected to contribute on special teams as well. Clift played at Roman Catholic High School for Coach Jim Murphy. 2009: Saw limited action...Had season-high three tackles against Millersville.

Clift's Career Defensive Statistics: 2009 TOTALS

GP-GS Solo Ast Tot 5-0 3 4 7 5-0 3 4 7

TFL Sacks 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

Int 0 0

FF 0 0

FR 0 0

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AARON

HACKER

Linebacker Dover • Dover Nursing / German

R-Fr

-



Hacker is a redshirt freshman who also competes as a hurdler for the track team. He is a smart, tough player who is fighting for playing time in the fall. Hacker also serves as a member of the U.S. Armed Forces Reserve.

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RICKEY

BAILEY

Linebacker R-Fr - Media • Penncrest Secondary Education - Math



Originally part of the 2009 recruiting class, Bailey is a big, athletic player who had a good spring. He shows promise as a player and should be a special teams contributor in the fall.

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DYLAN

SPANGLER

Linebacker R-Fr - Waynesboro • Waynesboro Mass Media Communications



Originally part of the 2009 recruiting class, Spangler had a good spring and is fighting for playing time in the fall.

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D. SOLOMON

OLIVER

Defensive Back Sr - Cheltenham • Cheltenham Biology / Pre-Physical Therapy



Last year, Oliver saw action as the defense's nickelback and also as a reserve safety, and he is slated to be one of the starting safeties this season. A versatile player, Oliver has a tremendous work ethic and desire to succeed both in practice and on game d day. He H is i a knowledgeable k l d player that is counted on to be a coach on the field. 2009: Played in all 11 games, registering two pass break-ups and two passes defended...Recorded career-high eight tackles against C.W. Post. 2008: Posted season-high five tackles against both Millersville and Gannon. Oliver's Career Defensive Statistics: GP-GS Solo Ast Tot 2009 11-1 20 19 39 2008 12-0 13 12 25 TOTALS 23-1 33 31 64

16

VINCE

TFL Sacks 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

Int 0 0 0

FF 0 1 1

FR 0 2 2

BROWNING

Defensive Back Jr -  Harrisburg • Central Dauphin Marketing (Info. Tech. Management)

Browning is a gifted, well-rounded athlete with steadfast ball skills and a command of the game. His game experience will be key in his role at the corner position and elsewhere in the Huskies' defensive packages. 2009: Tied for a team-high two interceptions...Made five tackles and one interception against C.W. Post. 2008: Returned an interception 58 yards for a touchdown in the opening minutes of the game against East Stroudsburg...Made a career-high six tackles against Millersville.

Browning's Career Defensive Statistics: GP-GS Solo Ast Tot 2009 11-3 14 12 26 2008 13-0 9 5 14 TOTALS 24-3 23 17 40

TFL Sacks 1.0 0.0 2.5 0.0 3.5 0.0

Int 2 1 3

FF 0 0 0

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OSCAR

RIVERA

Defensive Back Jr Bethlehem • Liberty Management

-



Rivera earned first team All-PSAC honors in 2009, leading the Husky secondary with 58 total tackles. He also registered one interception and 11 pass break-ups on the year. Combined with his unfailing work ethic and his knowledge of the game, Rivera's ' skill k ll makes k him h a natural leader amongst his peers. He is a fierce competitor that will challenge himself to have another all-star season. 2009: Tied his career-high three times with nine tackles each against Ashland, C.W. Post and Shippensburg... Tallied 10 pass break-ups on the year. Rivera's Career Defensive Statistics: GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks 2009 11-11 39 19 58 3.0 0.0 2008 13-13 38 15 53 3.0 1.0 TOTALS 24-24 77 34 111 6.0 1.0

23

JUSTIN

Int 1 2 3

FF 1 1 2

FR 0 0 0

2008: Returned an interception for 52-yard TD in early-season win over California (PA)...Made a career-high nine tackles in NCAA win over West Chester.

RIVERA

Defensive Back Jr Bethlehem • Liberty Finance

-



Rivera appeared in all 11 games in 2009 as a reserve safety and as a key member of numerous special teams. Having recorded 15 tackles and 2 pass break-ups on the season, he should see his role in the secondary increase, and with his size and athleticism, Rivera will be counted on to make impact plays. He is the younger brother of starting corner, Oscar Rivera.

Rivera’s Career Defensive Statistics: GP-GS Solo Ast Tot 2009 11-0 9 6 15 2008 13-0 5 0 5 TOTALS 24-0 14 6 20 56

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Int 0 0 0

FF 0 1 1

FR 0 0 0


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MARK

SCATTENE

Defensive Back So - Bethlehem • Bethlehem Catholic Exercise Science



Scattene had a solid spring practice and will be counted on to give quality depth to the corner position. He is an intelligent player that posses natural athleticism. Scattene's coverage and quickness will allow him to see action as a corner and at the nickel position.

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TERRELL

OGLESBY

Defensive Back So -  Philadelphia • Northeast Catholic Economics

Oglesby had solid spring practices, and with added practice, he can become a key contributor in the Huskies secondary. Oglesby has impressive footwork and quickness and possesses all the makings to be a good cover corner.

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DAN

HAVERSTOCK

Defensive Back So -  York • West York Psychology / Sociology (Sign Language)

Haverstock saw action in all 11 games in 2009, mainly as a key member of the Huskies' special team units. He is a gifted all-around athlete that has improved each season within the Huskies' defensive system. Haverstock will again be counted on for his skillful special-teams play as well as the quality depth he adds to the safety position.

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DREW

SNYDER

Punter Jr -  Hanover • South Western Information Technology Management

Last year, Snyder played in all 11 games, managing the holding duties for the kickers. He will remain in the same role for the 2010 season while competing for the number-one punt position. As a veteran player, Snyder has demonstrated himself as a proven team leader. Snyder's Career Statistics:

2009 2008 2007 TOTALS

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JARED

Punting Statistics GP No. Yds Avg LG TB 11 16 515 32.2 46 0 Did Not Play 10 27 954 35.3 64 0 21 43 1,469 34.2 110 0

FC 1 2 3

I20 Blk 1 0 10 11

1 1

PAT's Att Made 0 0 2 2

4 4

SHANNON

Kicker So Bloomsburg • Bloomsburg Undeclared

-



Shannon handled the kick-offs in 2009 and was one of the conference's most consistent kickoff delivery men. He will battle for the field-goal and extra-point kicking position and looks to continue to improve his hang time. Coming off an excellent off-season, Shannon will use his exceptional strength and fierce competitive spirit to be a major asset to the special teams.

Snyder's Career Statistics:

2009 TOTALS

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Kickoff Statistics No. Yds Avg TB OB 53 3,299 62.2 7 0 53 3,299 62.2 7 0

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DANIEL

FISHER

Kicker/Punter R-Fr - Harrisburg • Central Dauphin Elementary Education



Fisher came to BU from Central Dauphin, where he was a first-team All-State kicker. Having red-shirted in 2009, he will battle for the starting roles as kicker and punter. Fisher had a good spring, where he demonstrated his quality leg strength and showed that he works well under pressure.

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IAN

MURRAY

Long Snapper R-Fr - Lock Haven • Central Mountain Elementary Education



After training during his red-shirt year and over the summer, Murray will enter the season as the number-one long snapper for kicks and punts. His improved precision as well as added strength and size will be a plus as he looks to fill the shoes of Mark Keeley, who was outstanding in the role previously. Pronunciation Guide Alex Buchert..................................BOO-kurt Keter Crosby .......................................KET-er Tyler Guise............................................GUYZ David Huot .........................................HEW-it Matt Marchioni .............. mar-chi-OWN-ee David Onorato ....................on-or-AWE-toh John Pettine ......................................... PET-in Sellus Roulhac ..................................ROO-lac Mark Scattene .............................scuh-TEEN Mike Schlauch........... SHLOW (like 'chow') Cory Stiger ..........................................STY-gir Mike Varanavage ........... vair-ah-NAV-edge Ben Weaber .....................................WEB-ber

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2009 GAME RECAPS

GAME 1 Bloomsburg 10, Ashland 7 August 27, 2009 BLOOMSBURG-Senior running back Stefan Adams ran for 104 yards, including a key 46-yard run in the fourth quarter, as Bloomsburg University defeated Ashland 10-7 in a battle between two nationally ranked football teams on Thursday night at Redman Stadium. The 13th-ranked Huskies (1-0) got on the board first with a 28-yard field goal by senior Jon Koenig at the 11:11 mark in the first quarter. The kick came after a nine-play, 29-yard drive that was set up by a 42 yard kickoff return by senior cornerback Jesse Cooper. After 15th-ranked Ashland’s (0-1) first drive stalled at the Bloomsburg 34, the Eagles tried some trickery when punter Derek Reidel’s fourth-down pass was intercepted by sophomore cornerback Oscar Rivera. The Huskies then started an eightplay, 85-yard drive that ended when senior quarterback Dan Latorre bolted into the endzone from eight yards out to put Bloomsburg up 10-0. The Huskies defense controlled Ashland for most of the game, forcing two fumbles, two punts and stopping the Eagles four times on fourth down plays through nearly three quarters of play. Seniors Justin Presley and Anthony Smith led a Bloomsburg goal line stand late in the second quarter, coming up with three stops inside the Husky one yard line. The Eagles closed the Bloomsburg advantage to three late in the third when Carlin Isles scored from 50 yards out to make the score 10-7. However, the Husky defense stifled Ashland’s fourth quarter drives, registering three sacks and forcing Billy Cundiff into 4-of-11 passing for just 24 yards. Smith led Bloomsburg with 11 tackles while Presley recorded eight, including three sacks. Smith, senior Alphonso Nathan, and juniors Marcus Zimmerman and Todd Givler were also able to get to Cundiff, combining for three sacks. Latorre finished the game 16-of-28 for 158 yards, while rushing for an additional 18 yards on eight carries. Four of Latorre’s runs went for key Bloomsburg first downs. Senior Jordan Weisman and sophomore Branden Wright each caught four passes for the Huskies.

SCORING SUMMARY Ashland Bloomsburg

0 0 10 0

7 0

0 - 7 0 - 10

1st BU - Koenig 28 field goal BU - Latorre 8 run (Koenig kick) 3rd AU - Isles 50 run (Berkshire kick)

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHING YARDS PASSING YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS FUMBLES Number-Lost INTERCEPTIONS PENALTIES Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS KICKOFFS-YARDS TIME OF POSSESSION THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS FOURTH-DOWN CONVERSIONS RED-ZONE Scores-Chances SACKS BY Number-Yards FIELD GOALS

AU 10 90 171 261 2-2 1 3-25 5-207 2-107 25:56 4 of 15 0 of 6 0-1 3-19 0-0

BLOOM 16 130 158 288 2-2 1 5-40 7-211 3-193 33:52 5 of 15 0 of 0 2-4 6-32 1-2

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GAME 2 Bloomsburg 17, California 10 September 5, 2009 CALIFORNIA, PA- Quarterback Dan Latorre hit Cory Stiger with a four-yard touchdown pass with 22 seconds left to play to lift the sixth-ranked Bloomsburg University Huskies over 17thranked California (PA), 17-10, on Saturday night. After Cal (0-2) had tied the game at 10-10 on an 18-yard scoring pass from Josh Portis to AJ Jackson with a minute to play, the Huskies (2-0) started their game winning drive on their own 39-yard line. After Latorre’s first pass fell incomplete, he scrambled for 10 yards out to the Huskies 49-yard line. Following a timeout with 36 seconds to play, the senior quarterback hit a wide-open Chris Tressler with a 47-yard bomb to the Vulcans four-yard line. On the next play, Latorre hit Stiger with a touchdown pass, Stiger’s first career scoring catch, to put Bloomsburg in front 17-10 with 22 seconds to play. Cal, though, wasn’t done. Portis completed passes of 21 and 14 yards on consecutive plays putting the ball at the Bloomsburg 36-yard line with six seconds to play. After an incomplete pass left just one second to play, Portis’ last pass was knocked down by the Huskies Mike Varanavage preserving the Bloomsburg win. The game was a back and forth struggle between the defenses with the only scoring threw the first three quarters being a field goal from Jon Koenig from 42-yards out which tied his career long with 12:47 to play in the second period. In the third period, Cal’s Kevin Hagerman connected from 30-yards out tying the score at 3-3 heading to the fourth period. Bloomsburg went in front 10-3 on a special teams play. A long punt from Bloomsburg was muffed by Cal’s Mike Brown and recovered in the end zone by Bloomsburg’s Branden Wright with 4:29 to play setting up the wild finish. Latorre finished 12-22 for 166 yards and one score, while Ben Weaber caught five passes for 37 yards to lead the receivers. Varanavage finished with 10 tackles and the one key pass breakup, while Anthony Smith added eight tackles.

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SCORING SUMMARY Bloomsburg California

0 0

3 0

0 3

14 - 17 7 - 10

2nd BU - Koenig 42 field goal 3rd CAL - Hagerman 30 field goal 4th BU - Wright 0 fumble recovery (Koenig kick) CAL - Jackson 18 pass from Portis (Hagerman kick) BU - Stiger 4 pass from Latorre (Koenig kick)

TEAM STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHING YARDS PASSING YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS FUMBLES Number-Lost INTERCEPTIONS PENALTIES Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS KICKOFFS-YARDS TIME OF POSSESSION THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS FOURTH-DOWN CONVERSIONS RED-ZONE Scores-Chances SACKS BY Number-Yards FIELD GOALS

BLOOM 12 104 166 270 1-0 1 5-46 7-261 4-259 30:46 6 of 16 1 of 2 2-2 2-24 1-1

CAL 15 106 144 250 1-1 0 6-40 6-248 3-169 29:14 4 of 12 0 of 1 2-2 5-29 1-1


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GAME 3 Bloomsburg 17, Mercyhurst 7 September 12, 2009 ERIE-- Quarterback Dan Latorre rushed for one score and passed for another to lead fifth-ranked Bloomsburg University to a 17-7 win over Mercyhurst College on Saturday. The win was the 10th straight road win for the Huskies dating back to 2007. After a scoreless opening period of the game, the Huskies (3-0) finally got on the board on a career-best 47-yard field goal from Jon Koenig with two minutes left in the half. The senior’s kick capped an eight-play, 46-yard for the Huskies that included a 20-yard run from Kenny Domzalski and an 18-yard pass from Latorre to Ben Weaber. On the ensuing drive for the drive Mercyhurst (1-2) quarterback Joe Laffey had a pass intercepted by Bloomsburg linebacker Anthony Smith who returned the ball to the Laker 23-yard line 1:03 left in the period. The Huskies drove to the Mercyhurst one-yard line, aided with a pass interference call, which set up a one-yard run from Latorre with 19 seconds left in the half making it 10-0 at the break. Bloomsburg made it 17-0 early in the fourth period when Cory Stiger caught a four-yard scoring pass from Latorre to cap a 44-yard scoring drive. The big play in the drive was a 41-yard reception by Chris Tressler putting the Huskies in scoring position. Mercyhurst finally got on the board in the fourth period when Laffey completed a one-yard pass to Josh Szeluga with 6:08 to go. The Lakers would get the ball back two more times in the final six minutes, but the Bloomsburg defense stopped the Lakers on both occasions. On a fourth and two at the Bloomsburg 38, the Huskies Thomas McFarland made a stop for a loss of two yards to turn the ball over on downs, while Domenique Price intercepted a pass on Mercyhurst’s final drive to seal the victory. Domzalski rushed for a game-high 86 yards and went over 1,000 yards for his career. Latorre finished 12-24 for 112 yards and one score. Defensively, Smith had another big game for the Huskies with a team-high 11 tackles, seven of them solo. He also intercepted one pass and broke up another. As a team, Bloomsburg allowed just one touchdown for the third straight game and allowed just 192 yards of total offense. Mercyhurst quarterback Joe Laffey was 19-36 for 130 yards and one interception.

SCORING SUMMARY Bloomsburg Mercyhurst

0 0

10 0 0 0

7 - 17 7 - 7

2nd BU - Koenig 47 field goal BU - Latorre 1 run 4th BU - Stiger 4 pass from Latorre (Koenig kick) MC - Szeluga 1 pass from Laffey (Giambra kick)

GAME STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHING YARDS PASSING YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS FUMBLES Number-Lost INTERCEPTIONS PENALTIES Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS KICKOFFS-YARDS TIME OF POSSESSION THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS FOURTH-DOWN CONVERSIONS RED-ZONE Scores-Chances SACKS BY Number-Yards FIELD GOALS

BLOOM 11 133 112 245 4-1 3 7-62 8-308 4-240 34:46 2 of 17 1 of 3 2-2 1-1 1-2

MC 11 62 130 192 3-1 0 5-47 8-251 2-137 24:56 5 of 16 0 of 2 1-2 3-11 0-0

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GAME 4 Bloomsburg 31, Kutztown 12 September 19, 2009 KUTZTOWN-- The fourth-ranked Bloomsburg University Huskies extended their road winning streak to 11 games with a 31-12 win over Kutztown University on Saturday night. Bloomsburg (4-0, 1-0 in the PSAC East) took the lead midway through the first period when sophomore Derrick Price, seeing his first action of the season, scored on a three-yard run with 5:39 left in the first period. The score capped a 91-yard drive with the big play being a 56-yard completion from Dan Latorre to Jordan Weisman. Kutztown (2-2, 0-1 PSAC East) got on the board at 10:18 of the second on a 30-yard field goal by Matt Dineen. The points were the first scored against the Huskies defense in the first half this season. The final minute of the first half would prove to be a turning point in the game. Bloomsburg would score with 33 seconds to go before half when Dylan Manni caught a two-yard pass from Latorre to make it 14-3. On Kutztown’s next possession, BU linebacker Anthony Smith made an interception for the second straight game and returned the ball 34-yards to the Kutztown three-yard line with just 16 seconds to play. Latorre then hit Chris Tressler with a three-yard scoring pass to extend the Huskies lead to 21-3. The extra point by Jon Koenig pushed his streak of consecutive PAT’s to 72. Late in the third period with Kutztown at the Bloomsburg 10-yard line, a sack by Smith and Todd Givler pushed the Golden Bears back and forced them to settle for a 33-yard field goal by Dineen early in the fourth period. Koenig pushed the Huskies lead to 24-6, when the senior stepped back and drilled a career-long 50-yard field goal. It was just a week ago that Koenig hit a then career-long 47-yard field goal. Later in the period the Huskies made it a 31-6 game when Price would run 29-yards for a score with 5:39 left in the game. Kutztown tacked on a late score to make the final 31-12. Price finished with 105 yards rushing and two scores, while Smith was one of four defenders with seven tackles each for the Huskies.

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SCORING SUMMARY Bloomsburg Kutztown

7 0

14 0 3 0

10 - 31 9 - 12

1st BU - De. Price 3 run (Koenig kick) 2nd KU - Dineen 30 field goal BU - Manni 2 pass from Latorre (Koenig kick) BU - Tressler 3 pass from Latorre (Koenig kick)

4th KU - Dineen 30 field goal BU - Koenig 50 field goal BU - De. Price 29 run (Koenig kick) KU - McCormick 11 pass from Morton (Dineen kick failed)

GAME STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHING YARDS PASSING YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS FUMBLES Number-Lost INTERCEPTIONS PENALTIES Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS KICKOFFS-YARDS TIME OF POSSESSION THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS FOURTH-DOWN CONVERSIONS RED-ZONE Scores-Chances SACKS BY Number-Yards FIELD GOALS

BLOOM 18 143 189 332 1-1 1 8-86 4-151 6-354 30:14 9 of 15 0 of 0 3-3 6-21 1-1

KUTZ 15 35 177 212 0-0 0 3-45 6-271 4-221 29:46 3 of 13 0 of 0 3-3 1-18 2-2


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GAME 5 Bloomsburg 28, C.W. Post 14 September 26, 2009 BLOOMSBURG-Sophomore Derrick Price ran for 185 yards and three touchdowns as No. 4 Bloomsburg University defeated C.W. Post 28-14 in PSAC football action on Saturday afternoon at Redman Stadium. The Huskies (5-0, 2-0) got on the scoreboard first at the 10:57 mark in the first quarter with a 20-yard touchdown pass from senior Dan Latorre to junior Cory Stiger. This capped off a four-play, 62-yard drive. Freshman Jared Shannon tacked on the extra point to give Bloomsburg an early 7-0 lead. The Pioneers (1-4, 1-1) struck back with an eight-play drive that covered 80 yards, resulting in a 17-yard scoring toss from Eric Anderwkavich to Chris Harris to tie the score at 7-7. Starting at their own 33-yard line, the Huskies regained the lead using first down receptions by Stiger and several runs by sophomore Kenny Domzalski to get the ball to the C.W. Post one-yard line. A second down touchdown run by Price helped stretch the Huskies lead to 14-7. The Huskies defense made two second quarter stops when they forced a turnover on downs inside their own 10-yard line and got an interception by sophomore Vince Browning, ending the late first half drive. The Huskies would increase their lead less than five minutes into the second half when, after a 28-yard pass from Latorre to senior Jordan Weisman, Price galloped up the middle for a 33-yard touchdown run. The scoring drive covered 79 yards and used up just 1:35 on the clock. The defenses tightened up as both teams traded punts and neither was able to get much going throughout the rest of the third and much of the fourth quarter. The Pioneers did find some offensive life and closed the gap to 21-14 on a 15-yard pass from Anderwkavich to Harris with 3:08 left in the game. After a failed pouch kickoff gave the Huskies the ball at their own 49-yard line, Price went to work rushing four times for 44 yards to the Pioneers seven-yard line. After a three yard pass to sophomore Dylan Manni, Price busted up the middle for his third touchdown of the day to give the Huskies a 14-point advantage with 1:34 remaining. Latorre finished 10-of-17 for 125 yards and a touchdown and Stiger caught four passes for 84 yards. Senior Anthony Smith led all tacklers with 19 stops, including a sack and a forced fumble. Junior Mike Varanavage recorded 11 tackles while sophomore Oscar Rivera had nine tackles and two pass breakups.

SCORING SUMMARY C.W. Post Bloomsburg

7 0 14 0

0 7

7 - 14 7 - 28

1st BU - Stiger 20 pass from Latorre (Shannon kick) CWP - Harris 17 pass from Anderwkavich (Bertone kick) BU - De. Price 1 run (Shannon kick)

3rd BU - De. Price 33 run (Shannon kick) 4th CWP - Harris 15 pass from Anderwkavich BU - De. Price 4 run (Shannon kick)

GAME STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHING YARDS PASSING YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS FUMBLES Number-Lost INTERCEPTIONS PENALTIES Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS KICKOFFS-YARDS TIME OF POSSESSION THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS FOURTH-DOWN CONVERSIONS RED-ZONE Scores-Chances SACKS BY Number-Yards FIELD GOALS

CWP 25 131 327 458 2-1 0 4-50 4-114 3-128 30:16 5 of 16 1 of 6 2-6 2-11 0-0

BLOOM 17 206 125 331 1-1 1 7-70 6-195 5-325 29:38 5 of 12 0 of 1 3-3 2-14 0-0

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GAME 6 Bloomsburg 45, Millersville 10 October 3, 2009 BLOOMSBURG --Quarterback Dan Latorre rushed for two touchdowns and passed for another to lead the fourth-ranked Bloomsburg University Huskies to a 45-10 win over Millersville University on Saturday night. The win was the 90th win of this decade (2000-09) for the Huskies and giving them an overall mark of 90-22. After the Huskies stopped the Marauders on the opening drive of the game, Bloomsburg moved the ball 75 yards in 11 plays with Latorre covering the final seven yards with his 20th career rushing touchdown with 5:17 left in the first period. Bloomsburg went ahead 14-0 later in the first period when defensive end Justin Presley intercepted Millersville quarterback Bill Shirk at the Marauders 40-yard line and returned it seven yards to the 33. Three plays later tailback Derrick Price scored from three yards out to put the Huskies on top by two scores with 2:19 left in the first. In the second period, the Huskies made it 21-0 when Price scored his second touchdown of the game, this one from four yards out with 12:48 left in the half. After the BU defense forced its second three and out of the game, the Huskies drove 55 yards in seven plays with Latorre hitting Jordan Weisman with a nineyard scoring pass with 7:07 left before the break. Millersville got on the board later in the second period putting together a 40 yard drive capped off by a 47-yard field goal by John Banzhof with 2:06 before halftime. The Huskies, though, answered right back. After a 54-yard kickoff return by Brandon Real gave Bloomsburg the ball at the Marauders 46-yard line, the Huskies drove downfield in five plays with Latorre running 17 yards down the sideline and diving to the end zone for a score and a 35-3 lead at the half. Real brought the fans to their feet early in the third period when he took a punt at his own 32-yard line and found a seam in the center of the field and went 68 yards for a score. It was the Huskies first punt return for a score since the 2006 season. In the fourth period the Huskies added to their score with a 22-yard field goal by Jon Koenig for a 45-3 lead for the Huskies. Millersville’s Cardoza Jacks got the Marauders only score of the night when he scored from a yard out with 2:32 to play to make the final 45-10. Latorre finished with 69 yards rushing on six carries and two scores and 10 of 12 passing for 115 yards and one score. Defensively, Mike Varanavage made eight tackles for Bloomsburg, while Thomas McFarland had seven.

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SCORING SUMMARY Millersville Bloomsburg

0 3 0 14 21 7

7 - 10 3 - 45

1st BU - Lattore 7 run (Koenig kick) BU - De. Price 3 run (Koenig kick) 2nd BU - De. Price 4 run (Koenig kick) BU - Weisman 9 pass from Latorre (Koenig kick) MU - Banzhof 47 field goal BU - Latorre 17 run (Koenig kick)

3rd BU - Real 68 punt return (Koenig kick) 4th BU - Koenig 22 field goal MU - Jacks 1 run (Banzhof kick)

GAME STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHING YARDS PASSING YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS FUMBLES Number-Lost INTERCEPTIONS PENALTIES Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS KICKOFFS-YARDS TIME OF POSSESSION THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS FOURTH-DOWN CONVERSIONS RED-ZONE Scores-Chances SACKS BY Number-Yards FIELD GOALS

MILL 16 108 138 246 0-0 0 5-52 5-204 3-180 33:54 5 of 12 0 of 0 1-2 0-0 1-2

BLOOM 23 240 169 409 0-0 1 2-25 2-57 8-513 26:06 5 of 8 0 of 0 6-6 3-18 1-1


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GAME 7 Bloomsburg 27, East Stroudsburg 13 October 10, 2009 EAST STROUDSBURG-- Tailback Derrick Price carried 23 times for 165 yards and one score to lead the fifth-ranked Bloomsburg University Huskies to a 27-13 win over East Stroudsburg in a PSAC Eastern Division matchup. East Stroudsburg jumped in front on its second possession of the game when it took over in Bloomsburg territory at the 49yard line and quickly moved downfield on a 35-yard pass from quarterback Matt Marshall to Ed Kiser before the drive stalled at the Huskies eight yard line. From there Drew Reinhard connected on a 26-yard field goal for a 3-0 lead for the Warriors. The Huskies responded on their second drive going 57-yards in 13 plays and getting a 26-yard field goal from Jon Koenig. Bloomsburg had the ball inside the 10-yard line, but a penalty and a couple of incomplete passes forced the Huskies to settle for three points. The Warriors went back on top 6-3 in the second quarter with drive set up by an interception of Huskies quarterback Dan Latorre. ESU drove inside the Huskies 20-yard line, but a third down sack of Marshall by Bloomsburg’s Thomas McFarland forced the Warriors to settle for a 40-yard field goal by Reinhard. Bloomsburg answered right back on its ensuing drive needing just three plays to go 67 yards. Kenny Domzalski started the drive with a 38-yard run and Latorre finished it with a 29-yard scoring pass to Cory Stiger making it 10-6. Bloomsburg made it 13-6 on the opening drive of the third period driving from its own 31 to the Warrior 32-yard line. However, the drive stalled and Koenig hit a 49-yard field goal to extend BU’s lead. On the kickoff, ESU’s Jeff Giglio fumbled with Ryan Sanders recovering for Bloomsburg at the East Stroudsburg 39-yard line. Three plays later Price ran 27-yards for a score making it 20-6 with 10:20 left in the third. East Stroudsburg got the score back on its next series marching 80-yards in eight plays with Marshall throwing a 27-yard scoring pass to Sam Shuman making it 20-13 midway through the third. In the fourth quarter the Huskies and Warriors traded punts before the Huskies were able to add the game-clinching score. After Bloomsburg got pinned back at its own two-yard following a punt, Price broke off a yard of eight yards followed by a 59-yard run down the Warrior 31-yard line. Domzalski then followed with a three-yard gain followed by a 28-yard scoring run with 4:15 left to play. Along with Price’s 165 yards, Domzalski added 81 yards on nine carries and one score, while tight end Ben Weaber caught a career-high six passes for 65 yards. On defense, Anthony Smith had 10 tackles, while Marcus Zimmerman made seven tackles and had 2.5 sacks. For East Stroudsburg Marshall finished 16-29 for 215 yards and two interceptions and one score.

SCORING SUMMARY Bloomsburg East Stroudsburg

3 3

7 3

1st ESU - Reinhard 26 field goal BU - Koenig 26 field goal 2nd ESU - Reinhard 40 field goal BU - Stiger 29 pass from Latorre (Koenig kick)

10 7 - 27 7 0 - 13 3rd BU - Koenig 49 field goal BU - De. Price 27 run (Koenig kick) ESU - Shuman 27 pass from Marshall (Reinhard kick) 4th BU - Domzalski 28 run (Koenig kick)

GAME STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHING YARDS PASSING YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS FUMBLES Number-Lost INTERCEPTIONS PENALTIES Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS KICKOFFS-YARDS TIME OF POSSESSION THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS FOURTH-DOWN CONVERSIONS RED-ZONE Scores-Chances SACKS BY Number-Yards FIELD GOALS

BLOOM 17 256 137 393 1-1 2 8-62 6-201 6-370 31:32 2 of 11 0 of 1 1-2 6-36 2-2

ESU 11 72 215 287 3-2 2 3-25 7-216 4-197 28:28 3 of 14 0 of 1 2-2 3-39 2-2

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GAME 8 Bloomsburg 28, Cheyney 6 October 17, 2009 BLOOMSBURG-- Derrick Price rushed for three touchdowns to lead the fourth-ranked Bloomsburg University Huskies to a 28-6 win over Cheyney University (0-8, 0-5 PSAC East) in the Huskies annual homecoming game on Saturday. Bloomsburg (8-0, 5-0 PSAC East) scored on its first possession of the game after forcing a fumble on the Wolves opening drive. Taking over on their own 43-yard line the Huskies moved 57 yards in nine plays with Price scoring from four yards out for a 7-0 Bloomsburg lead with 4:32 left in the first. The Wolves answered on the ensuing drive moving to the Huskies 18 yard line before settling for a 35-yard field goal from Tyler Wilkinson cutting the lead to 7-3. On the kickoff following the Cheyney field goal, the Huskies’ Branden Wright had a 45-yard return giving Bloomsburg the ball at the Cheyney 34-yard line. Five plays later Price scored from one yard out for a 14-3 lead. Cheyney then put together a 17-play, 78 yard drive that ate up 9:44 on the clock, but stalled at the Bloomsburg four-yard line. Wilkinson connected on 22-yard field goal with 1:36 to go before half cutting the deficit to 14-6. In the third period the Bloomsburg defense set up the Huskies third score when Alphonso Nathan recovered a fumble at the Wolves 40-yard line. A 38-yard pass from quarterback Dan Latorre to tight end Ben Weaber brought the ball to the Cheyney two-yard line before Price capped the short drive with a two-yard run. Bloomsburg’s final score came on an 11-yard pass from Latorre to Jordan Weisman with 5:47 to go in the third period for a 28-6 advantage. Latorre finished 8-10 for 110 yards and one touchdown, while Thomas McFarland made 10 tackles to lead the defense. Ron Hunter carried 22 times for 121 yards for the Wolves.

SCORING SUMMARY Cheyney Bloomsburg

0 7

6 7

0 0 - 6 14 0 - 28

1st BU - De. Price 4 run (Koenig kick) 2nd CU - Wilkinson 35 field goal BU - De. Price 1 run (Koenig kick) CU - Wilkinson 22 field goal

GAME STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHING YARDS PASSING YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS FUMBLES Number-Lost INTERCEPTIONS PENALTIES Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS KICKOFFS-YARDS TIME OF POSSESSION THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS FOURTH-DOWN CONVERSIONS RED-ZONE Scores-Chances SACKS BY Number-Yards FIELD GOALS

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3rd BU - De. Price 2 run (Koenig kick) BU - Weisman 11 pass from Latorre (Koenig kick)

CHEY 15 169 74 243 3-2 1 6-57 4-135 3-147 33:16 6 of 13 0 of 0 2-2 1-6 2-2

BLOOM 17 138 140 278 0-0 0 2-15 1-41 5-297 26:44 3 of 9 1 of 3 4-4 0-0 0-0


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GAME 9 Bloomsburg 27, Shippensburg 28 October 24, 2009 BLOOMSBURG--Chase DiFebbo caught an 11-yard scoring pass with 46 seconds left to lift Shippensburg University past Bloomsburg University 28-27 on Saturday afternoon in PSAC Eastern Division showdown. DiFebbo’s catch of the throw from his brother Chad DiFebbo capped a 15-play, 79-yard drive for Shippensburg. Driving to the Bloomsburg 11-yard line and facing a third and six, Chad DiFebbo threw to Chase in the corner of the end zone for the game tying points. Kyler Ford converted the extra point to put Shippensburg in front 28-27 with 46 seconds to go. Bloomsburg would drive out to it’s own 47-yard line, but quarterback Dan Latorre was sacked on the game’s final play giving Shippensburg the win. Both teams are now tied for the PSAC East lead with one game to play. Should the teams remain tied after next week, the Red Raiders would play for the PSAC championship based on head-to-head competition. The Huskies took the early lead in the game when Kenny Domzalski capped a four-play, 65-yard scoring drive with 20-yard run to put the Huskies on top 7-0 with 12:17 left in the first. Shippensburg answered right back with Harris catching an 11-yard pass from Chad DiFebbo to knot the score at 7-7 with 8:36 to play in the first. Bloomsburg wasted little time in regaining the lead, needing just four plays to score with Derrick Price going 25 yards for a 14-7 lead. The Huskies extended that lead to 21-7 early in the second quarter when Domzalski ran a career-long 77 yards for a score on the first play of the drive with 10:15 to go in the second period. Shippensburg, though, trimmed the lead 21-13 by halftime with a pair of field goals from Ford of 19-and 38-yards. In the third period, the Huskies took the second half kickoff and got a 39-yard field goal from Jon Koenig to extend its lead to 24-13 with 10:15 to play in the quarter. Bloomsburg later had a chance to extend the lead, but a 40-yard field goal from Koenig went wide left. The Red Raiders answered later in the period when Mike Frenette scored on a 55-yard run and then converted a two-point conversion to pull within three at 24-21 with 45 seconds to go in the third. On Bloomsburg’s ensuing drive the Huskies moved to the Shippensburg seven yard line with the help of a 41-yard pass from Latorre to Chris Tressler. The Shippensburg defense stiffened, though, and forced the Huskies to settle for a 24-yard field goal from Koenig with 12:30 to go in the game setting up Shippensburg’s late game heroics. Chad DiFebbo was 13-30 for 195 yards and two scores for the Red Raiders with Harris catching nine passes for 147 yards and one score. Defensively, Cody Fleming made 12 tackles for the Red Raiders. Domzalski finished with 121 yards rushing and two scores for Bloomsburg, while Price totaled 109 yards and one score. On defense, Anthony Smith made 14 tackles to lead the Huskies.

SCORING SUMMARY Shippensburg Bloomsburg

7 6 14 7

8 3

1st BU - Domzalski 20 run (Koenig kick) SU - Harris 11 pass from DiFebbo (Ford kick) BU - De. Price 25 run (Koenig kick) 2nd BU - Domzalski 77 run (Koenig kick) SU - Ford 19 field goal SU - Ford 38 field goal

7 - 28 3 - 27 3rd BU - Koenig 45 field goal SU - Frenette 55 run (Rossi pass from DiFebbo) 4th BU - Koenig 24 field goal SU - DiFebbo 11 pass from DiFebbo (Ford kick)

GAME STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHING YARDS PASSING YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS FUMBLES Number-Lost INTERCEPTIONS PENALTIES Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS KICKOFFS-YARDS TIME OF POSSESSION THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS FOURTH-DOWN CONVERSIONS RED-ZONE Scores-Chances SACKS BY Number-Yards FIELD GOALS

SHIP 18 130 195 325 2-0 0 6-65 6-270 6-355 30:42 4 of 16 2 of 3 4-5 3-27 2-2

BLOOM 17 228 145 373 0-0 0 8-86 4-147 6-387 29:18 2 of 11 1 of 1 2-2 2-22 2-3

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GAME 10 Bloomsburg 14, West Chester 30 October 31, 2009 WEST CHESTER--The Bloomsburg University football dropped its second straight game falling 30-14 to West Chester on Saturday afternoon. The Huskies (8-2, 5-2 PSAC East) started quickly in the game stopping the Golden Rams (6-4, 5-2 PSAC East) on their opening drive of the game, then, quickly scoring on its first possession. After forcing West Chester to go three and out on its first series, the Huskies took over at their own-42 yard line. On second and nine, quarterback Dan Latorre connected with Cory Stiger on a 57-yard touchdown strike putting Bloomsburg on top 7-0 just 1:26 into the game. West Chester responded on its next possession and put together a 11-play, 77-yard drive capped by a one-yard run from Lee Hopkins to tie the game at 7-7 with 7:57 to play in the first period. The Huskies regained the lead at 14-7 on its next drive moving 60-yards in eight plays with Latorre connecting with Stiger on a seven-yard pass for the go-ahead score. A big play in the drive was a 35-yard completion from Latorre to Ben Weaber giving the Huskies a first and goal at the six-yard line. The Golden Rams tied the game at 14-14 on its ensuing drive quarterback Joe Wright hitting Dan DePalma with a 38yard scoring pass with 13:01 to go in the first half. Later in the second period after a short punt by the Huskies gave West Chester the ball at its own 41-yard line, the Golden Rams needed just eight plays to get a four-yard run from D’Andre Webb to grab the lead at 21-14. On Bloomsburg’s next drive Latorre was intercepted by Kevin Garland who returned the ball 25-yards to the Huskies 40-yard line. After driving to the Bloomsburg four-yard line and facing fourth down, Wright hit DePalma with a four-yard pass for a 28-14 lead at halftime. In the second half the Huskies drove into West Chester territory four times, but missed on 32-yard field goal try and fumbled at three-yard line with 12 seconds to play. Latorre finished 18-36 for a career-high 350 yards with two touchdowns and one interception. Mike Varanavage made 12 tackles to lead the defense, while Anthony Smith added 11. Joe Wright finished 23-38 for 326 yards and two scores for West Chester.

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SCORING SUMMARY Bloomsburg West Chester

14 0 0 7 21 0

1st BU - Stiger 57 pass from Latorre (Koenig kick) WCU - Hopkins 1 run (Hill kick) BU - Stiger 7 pass (Koenig kick) 2nd WCU - DePalma 38 pass from Wright (Hill kick)

0 - 14 2 - 30 2nd (cont’d) WCU - Webb 4 run (Hill kick) WCU - DePalma 24 pass from Wright (Hill kick) 4th WCU - Team safety

GAME STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHING YARDS PASSING YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS FUMBLES Number-Lost INTERCEPTIONS PENALTIES Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS KICKOFFS-YARDS TIME OF POSSESSION THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS FOURTH-DOWN CONVERSIONS RED-ZONE Scores-Chances SACKS BY Number-Yards FIELD GOALS

BLOOM 15 47 350 397 3-1 0 3-27 3-58 4-242 23:31 3 of 11 2 of 4 1-3 2-10 0-1

WCU 19 85 326 411 1-0 1 6-50 3-101 6-331 36:29 9 of 18 1 of 4 2-3 1-6 0-0


2009 GAME RECAPS

GAME 11 Bloomsburg 7, Gannon 10 (OT) November 7, 2009 BLOOMSBURG--Jeremy Ditzler kicked a 31-yard field goal in overtime and the Gannon University defense recovered a fumble on Bloomsburg University’s first drive in the extra period to post a 10-7 win in a PSAC matchup on Saturday. The loss ended the Huskies season at 8-3. With the score tied at 7-7 at the end of regulation, the Golden Knights (6-5) got the ball first on offense in the extra session and drove to the Huskies nine-yard line. Three running plays pushed the ball back to the Huskies 12-yard line where Ditzler connected on his first field goal of the game after missing on three previous attempts. On Bloomsburg’s possession of the overtime, on the first play, quarterback Dan Latorre dropped back then took off up field and was hit by Gannon’s Johnny Jones with the recovery by the Golden Knights Khayree Connors ending the game. In the first half Gannon took the opening kickoff and moved to the Huskies 29-yard line when its drive stalled. However, Ditzler was short on a 48-yard field goal attempt. In the second quarter the Huskies defense forced a fumble that was recovered by Mike Varanavage at the Gannon 22-yard. Facing a fourth and one at the Gannon 13-yard line Latorre was sacked and fumbled the ball ending the scoring threat. Just before halftime Gannon had a chance to get on the scoreboard right, but Ditzler misfired from 29-yards ending the half. Bloomsburg finally broke the scoring drought in the third period with a short drive set up by a 62-yard kickoff return by Brandon Real to start the second half. From three plays later Latorre hit Cory Stiger with a 25-yard scoring pass to make it 7-0. Later in the third period after pinning the Huskies back deep in their own territory, the Golden Knights took advantage of a short punt that gave them the ball at the Bloomsburg 28yard line. Two plays later Zach Boedicker scored on a three-yard line to tie the score at 7-7 with 0:37 seconds left in the third period. In the fourth period both teams had a chance to go in front, but Ditzler missed a 41-yard field goal try with 3:00 left to play. Then the Huskies had a chance to win the game on the final play, but Jon Koenig’s 45-yard field goal try was blocked forcing the extra session. Bloomsburg was led statistically by Latorre who was 9-16 for 105 yards and one score, while Thomas McFarland had a team-high 10 tackles.

SCORING SUMMARY Gannon Bloomsburg

7 6 14 7

8 3

7 - 28 3 - 27

3rd BU - Stiger 25 pass Latorre (Koenig kick) GAN - Boedicker 3 run (Ditzler kick) OT GAN - Ditzler 31 field goal

GAME STATISTICS FIRST DOWNS RUSHING YARDS PASSING YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS FUMBLES Number-Lost INTERCEPTIONS PENALTIES Number-Yards PUNTS-YARDS KICKOFFS-YARDS TIME OF POSSESSION THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS FOURTH-DOWN CONVERSIONS RED-ZONE Scores-Chances SACKS BY Number-Yards FIELD GOALS

GAN 18 182 104 286 3-1 1 3-19 6-187 2-117 34:36 8 of 17 0 of 0 2-4 1-10 1-4

BLOOM 13 142 105 247 3-3 0 4-24 6-184 2-119 25:24 2 of 11 1 of 2 0-1 4-33 0-1

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2009 STATISTICS

 Season Statistics DATE 8-27 9-5 9-12 9-19 9-26 10-3 10-10 10-17 10-24 10-31 11-7

OPPONENT ASHLAND at California (Pa.) at Mercyhurst at Kutztown C.W. POST MILLERSVILLE* at East Stroudsburg* CHEYNEY* SHIPPENSBURG* at West Chester* GANNON (OT)

RESULT W, 10-7 W, 17-10 W, 17-7 W, 31-12 W, 28-14 W, 45-10 W, 27-13 W, 28-6 L, 27-28 L, 14-30 L, 7-10

ATTD. 4804 3560 1102 3105 1845 2120 2231 1795 2057 3873 1488

* PSAC East Game Overall Record: 8-3 • PSAC East: 5-2 Home: 4-2 • Away: 4-1

SCORE BY QUARTER 1st 2nd Bloomsburg 83 69 Opponents 24 42

3rd 48 32

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4th 51 46

OT 0 3

Total 251 147

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

BLOOM 251 22.8 176 89 77 10 1767 2070 303 423 4.2 160.6 19 1796 243-139-6 7.4 12.9 163.3 11 3563 666 5.3 323.9 33-779 25-271 10-66 23.6 10.8 6.6 16-10 59-543 49.4 54-1814 33.6 32.4 29:16 44/136 32% 7/17 41% 34-211 0 32 9-14 26-32 81% 21-32 66% 32-32 100%

OPP 147 13.4 173 63 100 10 1170 1524 354 394 3.0 106.4 6 2001 321-181-10 6.2 11.1 181.9 10 3171 715 4.4 288.3 46-919 18-63 6-70 20.0 3.5 11.7 20-10 50-475 43.2 60-2204 36.7 31.9 30:43 56/162 35% 4/23 17% 23-176 0 16 11-15 21-32 66% 11-32 34% 14-15 93%


2009 STATISTICS

 Season Statistics Rushing Derrick Price Kenny Domzalski Stefan Adams Dan Latorre Brandon Real J. Sweeting III Tyler Guise Mike Wagner Matt Cox Dylan Manni Kyle Fisher Chris Tressler Marc Best HUSKIES Opponents

GP-GS 8-7 11-4 10-8 11-11 9-0 11-0 5-1 3-0 11-3 10-1 6-0 11-5 11-0 11 11

Att 139 121 28 81 18 11 1 2 5 1 2 1 6 423 394

GP-GS 11-11 3-0 8-7 11 11

Effic. 130.7 122.8 0.0 129.3 112.8

Gain 785 638 165 348 50 47 19 7 5 1 1 0 4 2070 1524

Loss 23 33 3 196 4 24 0 0 1 0 1 2 6 303 354

Net 762 605 162 152 46 23 19 7 4 1 0 -2 -2 1,767 1,170

Avg 5.5 5.0 5.8 1.9 2.6 2.1 19.0 3.5 0.8 1.0 0.0 -2.0 -0.3 4.2 3.0

TD 12 3 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 19 6

Long Avg/G 59 95.2 77 55.0 46 16.2 25 13.8 12 5.1 13 2.1 19 3.8 5 2.3 3 0.4 1 0.1 1 0.0 0 -0.2 2 -0.2 77 160.6 55 106.4

Att 232 9 1 243 321

Cmp 133 6 0 139 181

Int 5 1 0 6 10

Pct 57.3 66.7 0.0 57.2 56.4

Yds 1,712 84 0 1,796 2,001

TD 11 0 0 11 10

Lng 57 33 0 57 42

Avg/G 155.6 28.0 0.0 163.3 181.9

GP-GS 11-10 10-10 11-5 11-5 10-8 8-7 10-1 11-1 11-4 5-1 11-3 10-0 3-0 6-0 11-0 11 11

Rec 28 25 21 17 11 9 8 6 5 3 2 1 1 1 1 139 181

Yds 467 328 320 262 121 69 89 49 13 27 20 12 11 9 -1 1,796 2,001

Avg 16.7 13.1 15.2 15.4 11.0 7.7 11.1 8.2 2.6 9.0 10.0 12.0 11.0 9.0 -1.0 12.9 11.1

TD 7 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 10

Passing Dan Latorre Mike Wagner Derrick Price HUSKIES Opponents

Receiving

Cory Stiger

Cory Stiger Ben Weaber Chris Tressler Jordan Weisman Stefan Adams Derrick Price Dylan Manni Brandon Wright Kenny Domzalski Tyler Guise Matt Cox Mark Daniels Chris Boyer Kyle Fisher James Sweeting HUSKIES Opponents

Long Avg/G 57 42.5 38 32.8 47 29.1 56 23.8 45 12.1 21 8.6 33 8.9 13 4.5 6 1.2 11 5.4 11 1.8 12 1.2 11 3.7 9 1.5 0 -0.1 57 163.3 42 181.9

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Punt Returns Jesse Cooper Brandon Real Alex Landis Tyler Guise Huskies Opponents

No. 12 10 2 1 25 18

Yds 54 190 24 3 271 63

Avg 4.5 19.0 12.0 3.0 10.8 3.5

TD 0 1 0 0 1 0

Long 28 68 13 3 68 18

Vince Browning

Interception Returns Vince Browning Anthony Smith Domenique Price Jesse Cooper Oscar Rivera Justin Presley Alex Landis Huskies Opponents

No. 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 10 6

Yds 12 49 0 0 -2 7 0 66 70

Avg 6.0 24.5 0.0 0.0 -2.0 7.0 0.0 6.6 11.7

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Long 12 34 0 0 0 7 0 34 26

Yds 418 160 146 33 8 14 779 919

Avg 24.6 22.9 24.3 33.0 8.0 14.0 23.6 20.0

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Long 62 45 44 33 8 14 62 44

Kick Returns

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Name Brandon Real Branden Wright Jesse Cooper Kyle Fisher James Sweeting Vince Browning Huskies Opponents

No. 17 7 6 1 1 1 33 46


2009 STATISTICS

Scoring Derrick Price Jon Koenig Cory Stiger Dan Latorre Kenny Domzalski Jordan Weisman Chris Tressler Brandon Real Dylan Manni Branden Wright Jared Shannon Huskies Opponents

TD 12 0 7 4 3 2 1 1 1 1 0 32 16

PAT 0-0 28-28 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 4-4 32-32 11-15

FG 0-0 9-14 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 9-14 14-15

2pt 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1

Safety 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

DXP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Points 72 55 42 24 18 12 6 6 6 6 4 251 147

Jon Koenig

Punting Name Joe Koenig Drew Snyder Huskies Opponents

No. 38 16 54 60

Yds Avg 1,299 34.2 515 32.2 1,814 33.6 2,204 36.7

Long 54 46 54 63

Plays 313 140 121 28 11 18 11 1 5 1 1 6 8 666 715

Pass 1,712 0 0 0 84 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,796 2,001

TB 0 0 0 1

FC 13 1 14 11

I20 11 1 12 18

Blkd 0 0 0 0

Total Offense Dan Latorre Derrick Price Kenny Domzalski Stefan Adams Mike Wagner Brandon Real James Sweeting Tyler Guise Matt Cox Dylan Manni Chris Tressler Marc Best TEAM HUSKIES Opponents

GP 11 8 11 10 3 9 11 5 11 10 11 11 7 11 11

Rush 152 762 605 162 7 46 23 19 4 1 -2 -2 -10 1,767 1,170

Total Avg/G 1,864 169.5 762 95.2 605 55.0 162 16.2 91 30.3 46 5.1 23 2.1 19 3.8 4 0.4 1 0.1 -2 -0.2 -2 -0.2 -10 -1.4 3,563 323.9 3,171 288.3

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2009 STATISTICS

Defensive Leaders 36 11 2 17 8 40 15 45 78 53 16 98 1 91 23 95 34 20 51 96 27 57 56 72 84 21 80 3 64 43 18 41 38 42 87 12 54 90

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Anthony Smith Mike Varanavage T. McFarland Oscar Rivera Alex Landis Justin Presley Domenique Price Dan Oliver M. Zimmerman Alphonso Nathan Vince Browning Todd Givler Jesse Cooper Kenny Orlando Justin Rivera John Pettine Ryan Feldman Andre Glover Jarrett Pidgeon Dave Huot Dan Haverstock Sean Clift Shaun Moore Tyree Dudley Ryan Sanders Marc Best Kyle Fisher Branden Wright Mike Schlauch Mark Keeley Andrew Flogel Dave Onorato Ryan Olaf Terrell Oglesby Mark Daniels Stefan Adams Matt Truscott Jared Shannon TEAM Total Opponents

Solo 48 36 35 39 23 32 30 20 18 8 14 8 15 3 9 8 7 9 5 8 4 3 3 0 2 4 3 1 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 403 409

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Ast 66 54 39 19 28 18 11 19 21 18 12 16 8 14 6 6 7 3 7 4 3 4 2 5 3 0 1 3 3 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 404 336

Total 114 90 74 58 51 50 41 39 39 26 26 24 23 17 15 14 14 12 12 12 7 7 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 807 745

TFL 10.5 5. 8. 3. 1. 16. 4.5 0. 11. 5. 1. 6. 1. 2.5 0.5 1.5 0. 1. 2. 6.5 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 86. 66.

Sack 3. 2. 1. 0. 0. 10. 0. 0. 6. 4. 0. 2. 0. 0. 0.5 2.5 0. 1. 1. 1. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 34. 23.

Int. 2 0 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 6

PBU 2 2 4 10 6 3 6 2 0 0 3 0 2 0 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 45 24

FR 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 10 10

FF 1 2 3 1 2 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 17 9


2009 STATISTICS

 Season Statistics Team Highs - Single Game Bloomsburg Rushes

HIGH 46

Yards Rushing TD Rushes Pass Attempts Pass Completions Yards Passing TD Passes

256 4 37 18 350 2

Total Offense Points Sacks

409 45 6

First Downs Penalties

23 8

Penalty Yards

86

Turnovers

4

at Mercyhurst vs. C.W. Post at East Stroudsburg vs. Millersville at West Chester at West Chester at West Chester at West Chester at Kutztown

Opponents HIGH 50 182 2 45 26 327 2

vs. Millersville vs. Millersville vs. Ashland at Kutztown at East Stroudsburg vs. Millersville at Kutztown at E. Stroudsburg vs. Shippensburg

458 30 5

at Kutztown vs. Shippensburg vs. Gannon

65

25 6

4

vs. Gannon vs. Gannon at West Chester vs. C.W. Post vs. C.W. Post vs. C.W. Post vs. C.W. Post vs. Shippensburg at West Chester vs. C.W. Post at West Chester at California (Pa.)

vs. C.W. Post at California (Pa.) vs. Cheyney vs. Shippensburg at West Chester vs. Shippensburg at Mercyhurst at East Stroudsburg

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2009 STATISTICS

Individual Highs - Single Game Rushing Attempts

30

Rushing Yards

185

TD Rushes

3

Long Rush

77

Pass Attempts

36

Pass Completions

18

Yards Passing

350

TD Passes

2

Long Pass

57

Receptions

6

Yards Receiving

122

TD Receptions

2

Long Reception

57

78

Kenny Domzalski at Mercyhurst, 9/12/2009 Derrick Price vs. C.W. Post, 9/26/2009 Derrick Price vs. C.W. Post, 9/26/2009 vs. Cheyney, 10/17/2009 Kenny Domzalski vs. Shippensburg, 10/24/2009 Dan Latorre at West Chester, 10/31/2009 Dan Latorre at West Chester, 10/31/2009 Dan Latorre at West Chester, 10/31/2009 Dan Latorre at Kutztown, 9/19/2009 at West Chester, 10/31/2009 Dan Latorre at West Chester, 10/31/2009 Ben Weaber at East Stroudsburg, 10/10/2009 Stefan Adams at West Chester, 10/31/2009 Cory Stiger at West Chester, 10/31/2009 Cory Stiger at West Chester, 10/31/2009 Cory Stiger at West Chester, 10/31/2009

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Field Goals

2

Long Field Goal

50

Punts

7

Punting Avg.

42.5

Long Punt

54

Long Punt Return

68

Long Kicko Return 62 Tackles

19

Sacks

3.0

Tackles for Loss Interceptions

3.0 1.0

Jon Koenig at East Stroudsburg, 10/10/2009 vs. Shippensburg, 10/24/2009 Jon Koenig at Kutztown, 9/19/2009 Jon Koenig at Mercyhurst, 9/12/2009 Jon Koenig at California (Pa), 9/5/2009 Jon Koenig at Mercyhurst, 9/12/2009 Brandon Real vs. Millersville, 10/3/2009 Brandon Real vs. Gannon, 11/7/2009 Anthony Smith vs. C.W. Post, 9/26/2009 Justin Presley vs. Ashland, 8/27/2009 7 tied on multiple occasions 10 tied on multiple occasions


2009 STATISTICS

The Last Time... 100+ yards receiving BU - Cory Stiger (122) at West Chester, 10/31/09 Opp. - Dan DePalma (117) & Ryan Paulson (109), West Chester, 10/31/09

30 carries BU - Kenny Domzalski (30) at Mercyhurst, 9/12/09 Opp. - B. Lombardy (30), California (PA), 9/08/07

30 pass attempts BU - Dan Latorre (36) at West Chester, 10/31/09 Opp. - Joe Wright (38), West Chester, 10/31/09

40 carries BU - Irv Sigler (41) vs. Millersville, 10/18/97 Opp. - Not available

200+ yards receiving 40 pass attempts BU - Eric Miller (43) vs. UC Davis, 12/2/00 BU - Ron Lelko (211) vs. ESU, 11/16/96 Opp. - Eric Anderwkavich (44), C.W. Post, Opp. - Elfren Quiles (308), Kutztown, 10/06/07 9/26/09

3+ TD Receptions 50 pass attempts BU - Jeff King (69) vs. Lock Haven, 9/19/92 BU - Steve Burke (3) vs. ESU, 10/4/03 Opp. - Damian Poalucci (52), ESU, Opp. - Ed Giddings, Cheyney (3), 10/25/03 11/16/96 3+ interceptions BU - Deric Lynch (3) vs. Mansfield, 200+ yards passing 200+ yards rushing 11/13/93 BU - Dan Latorre (210) vs. Kutztown, Opp. - Not available BU - Jamar Brittingham (207) vs. 9/20/08 Kutztown, 10/06/07 Opp. - Matt Marshall (215), ESU, 10/10/09 Opp. - Gerald Thompson, Edinboro, 3+ sacks BU - Justin Presley (3) vs. Ashland, 8/27/09 (243), 11/14/98 300+ yards passing Opp. - O’Neil Anderson (3), New Haven, BU - Dan Latorre (350) at West Chester, 300+ yards rushing 9/4/99 10/31/09 BU - Jerry Marks (300) vs. Mansfield, Opp. - Joe Wright (326), West Chester, Kickoff Return-TD 11/2/91 10/31/09 BU - Jesse Cooper (91) at Millersville, Opp. - Not available 10/04/08 400+ yards passing 3+ rushing TDs Opp. - Matt Kacanda (98), East BU - Eric Miller (415) vs. New Haven, BU - Derrick Price (3) vs. Cheyney, Stroudsburg, 10/31/98 9/4/99 10/17/09 Opp. - Dawon Harvey (3), Ashland, 8/30/08 Opp. - Kyle Spotts (463), Kutztown, Punt Return-TD 10/06/07 BU - Brandon Real (68) vs. Millersville, 50+ yard run 10/3/09 3+ passing TDs BU - Kenny Domzalski (77) vs. Opp. - Levi Green (55, blk.), Mansfield BU - Dan Latorre (3) at Gannon, 11/8/08 Shippensburg, 10/24/09 11/6/99 Opp. - Andrew Krewatch (3), ESU, Opp. - Mike Frenette (55), Shippensburg, 11/10/07 10/24/09 Interception Return-TD BU - Vince Browning (58) vs. ESU, 50+ yard pass 20 pass completions 10/11/08 BU - Dan Latorre to Cory Stiger (57) BU - Dan Latorre (21) vs. Edinboro, Opp. - Darren Smith (35), Grand Valley, at West Chester, 10/31/09 9/15/07 11/17/01 Opp. - R. Thompson to D. Jones (76), Opp. - Joe Wright (23), West Chester, Cheyney, 11/18/08 10/31/09 Fumble Return-TD BU - Branden Wright (0) at Cal (PA), 10 receptions 30 pass completions 9/5/09 BU - Steve Burke (11) vs. ESU, 10/2/04 BU - Jeff King (39) vs. Lock Haven, Opp. - Tarrell Lewis (33), Ashland, 8/30/08 Opp. - Chris Harris (11), C.W. Post, 9/19/92 9/26/09 Opp. - Jim Terwilliger (35), ESU, 11/4/06 40-yard field goal BU - Jon Koenig (45) vs. Shippensburg, 10/24/09 Opp. - Drew Reinhard (40), ESU, 10/10/09 100+ yards rushing BU - Kenny Domzalski (122) & Derrick Price (110) vs. Shippensburg, 10/24/09 Opp. - Ron Hunter, Cheyney, (121), 10/17/09

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2009 PSAC HONORS

 Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Eastern Division Shippensburg* Bloomsburg West Chester C.W. Post East Stroudsburg Millersville Kutztown Cheyney

Western Division Conf. 6-1 5-2 5-2 5-2 4-3 2-5 1-6 0-7

Overall 9-3 8-3 7-4 6-5 8-4 3-8 3-8 0-11

California* Clarion Edinboro Gannon Slippery Rock Mercyhurst IUP Lock Haven

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

Overall 11-4 8-3 9-4 6-5 6-5 4-7 5-6 0-10

*PSAC Championship Game - Shippensburg 42, California 35

All-PSAC East First Teams OFFENSE Quarterback Running Back

Offensive Tackle Offensive Guard Center Tight End Wide Receiver

Placekicker DEFENSE Defensive Line

Linebacker

Defensive Back

Return Specialist Punter 80

All-PSAC East Second Teams

Dan Latorre Thomas Beverly Kevin Herod Derrick Price Kevin Martin Morgan Thomas Pat Casey Gabe Johnson-Siano Kyle O’Neill Ryan Paulson Chris Harris Mike Harris Steve Miller Matt Dineen

Bloomsburg C.W. Post Shippensburg Bloomsburg C.W. Post East Stroudsburg Bloomsburg Cheyney West Chester West Chester C.W. Post Shippensburg West Chester Kutztown

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

Xavier Brown Tyton Brunner Travis Ford-Bey Justin Presley James Thorpe Mike Dell Matt Freed Sam Scott Anthony Smith Julius Carter Demel Chambers Travis Proctor Oscar Rivera Kevin Garland Kyler Ford

C.W. Post Shippensburg West Chester Bloomsburg West Chester West Chester East Stroudsburg West Chester Bloomsburg Millersville Cheyney Shippensburg Bloomsburg West Chester Shippensburg

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

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Offensive Tackle Offensive Guard Center Tight End Wide Receiver

Placekicker DEFENSE Defensive Line

Linebacker

Defensive Back

Return Specialist Punter

Eric Anderwkavich Ron Hunter Kevin Marshall Dontay Wilson John Siopa Matt Truscott Bobby Mullen Justin Walker Will Strano Ben Weaber Dan DePalma Jeff Giglio Jamal Smith Jon Koenig

C.W. Post Cheyney Shippensburg Kutztown C.W. Post Bloomsburg Shippensburg Bloomsburg C.W. Post Bloomsburg West Chester East Stroudsburg Millersville Bloomsburg

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

Jeff Case Andy Horn Chris Medina Chad Miller James Parker Riley Bowen Joel Irwin Peter Manns Tayrance Smith Mike Gardier Juma McKenley Domenique Price Corey Rhood Brandon Real John Banzhof

East Stroudsburg Jr. Shippensburg Jr. Kutztown Sr. Millersville Jr. Cheyney Sr. Shippensburg Jr. Kutztown Jr. C.W. Post Sr. C.W. Post Sr. Kutztown Sr. C.W. Post Jr. Bloomsburg Sr. West Chester Sr. Bloomsburg Fr. Millersville Sr.


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All-PSAC West First Teams OFFENSE Quarterback Running Back

Offensive Tackle Offensive Guard Center Tight End Wide Receiver

Placekicker DEFENSE Defensive Line

Linebacker

Defensive Back

Return Specialist Punter

Trevor Harris Alfonso Hoggard Jon Richardson Tobias Robinson Dave Hetrick Cha’Mar Jones Dan Jordan Rob Stoner Brandon Fusco Matt Foradora A.J. Jackson Terrance Moore Jacques Robinson C.J. Bahr

All-PSAC West Second Teams

Edinboro Clarion Gannon IUP Mercyhurst California California Edinboro Slippery Rock Clarion California California Clarion Slippery Rock

Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Gr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr.

Chad Brooks Edinboro Randy Colling Gannon Fred Hale Mercyhurst Ben Maund Clarion Willie Walker California Dontey Brown California James Carson IUP Brett Diamond California Tim Herbener Mercyhurst Robert Doiley Slippery Rock Terrence Johnson California Akwasi Owusu-Ansah IUP Branden Williams Edinboro Akwasi Owusu-Ansah IUP Kyle Witman Slippery Rock

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

OFFENSE Quarterback Running Back

Offensive Tackle Offensive Guard Center Tight End Wide Receiver

Placekicker DEFENSE Defensive Line

Linebacker

Defensive Back

Return Specialist Punter

Josh Portis Freddie Bacco David Bostic Windell Brown Sam Geldmaker Nate Tucker Andrew Salamon Joe Tonga Nick Piccirillo Josh Szeluga Chedrick Cherry Devin Goda Mychal Skinner Craig Burgess

California California Edinboro California Gannon IUP Mercyhurst IUP California Mercyhurst California Slippery Rock IUP IUP

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

Marcus Cook Brandon Gordon Nick Gounaris Pat Marsilio Carl Thornton Bryan Boyce Joe Fox Matthew Neal-Mink Zach Sheridan Julius McCormick Rontez Miles Nick Sipes Daily Whitten Ian Wild Alfonso Hoggard Derek Fiorenza

California California Lock Haven Slippery Rock IUP Mercyhurst Clarion Gannon Slippery Rock Mercyhurst California Clarion Clarion Mercyhurst Clarion California

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

PSAC Post Season Awards EASTERN DIVISION

WESTERN DIVISION

Offensive Player of the Year Mike Harris, WR, Shippensburg

Offensive Player of the Year Alphonso Hoggard, RB, Clarion

Defensive Player of the Year Anthony Smith, LB, Bloomsburg

Defensive Player of the Year Willie Walker, DL, California

Freshman of the Year Thomas Beverly, RB, C.W. Post

Freshman of the Year Rontez Miles, DB, California

Coach of the Year Rocky Rees, Shippensburg

Coach of the Year Jay Foster, Clarion

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2009 PSAC LEADERS

 PSAC Offensive Leaders Rushing 1. Alfonso Hoggard 2. Thomas Beverly 3. Jon Richardson 4. Tobias Robinson 5. SayQuan Scott-Mitchell

Team CLAR CWP GAN IUP ROCK

G 10 11 11 11 10

Att 224 209 196 225 134

Yds 1046 1094 943 906 744

Avg 4.7 5.2 4.8 4.0 5.6

TD 17 11 16 5 7

Long 84 47 48 83 44

Yds/G 104.6 99.5 85.7 82.4 74.4

Passing 1. Trevor Harris 2. Joe Wright 3. Matt Marshall 4. Josh Portis 5. Chad DiFebbo

Team EDIN WCU ESU CAL SHIP

G 12 11 12 15 12

Att 402 329 341 407 314

Cmp 269 188 206 224 160

Int 8 10 13 9 12

Pct. 66.9 57.1 60.4 55.0 51.0

Yds 3,304 2,759 2,938 3,421 2,507

TD 24 20 26 36 27

Receiving 1. AJ Jackson 2. Mike Harris 3. Steve Miller 4. Dan DePalma 5. Jacques Robinson

Team CAL SHIP WCU WCU CLAR

G 15 12 10 11 11

Rec 101 62 46 45 70

Yds 1,424 1,018 759 832 819

TD 18 10 9 9 5

Long 50 84 51 58 44

Avg/C Yds/G 14.1 94.9 16.4 84.8 16.5 75.9 18.5 75.6 11.7 74.5

Scoring 1. Alfonso Hoggard 2. Jon Richardson 3. AJ Jackson 4. Matt Dineen Jamal Smith Thomas Beverly

Team CLAR GAN CAL KUTZ MILL CWP

G 10 11 15 11 11 11

TD 19 16 18 0 12 12

XPT 0 0 0 21 0 0

FG 0 0 0 17 0 0

2XP 4 0 2 0 0 0

Pts 118 96 110 72 72 72

Pts/G 11.8 8.7 7.3 6.5 6.5 6.5

All-Purpose 1. Alfonso Hoggard 2. Jamal Smith 3. Thomas Beverly 4. Dan DePalma 5. Tobias Robinson

Team CLAR MILL CWP WCU IUP

G 10 11 11 11 11

Rush 1046 99 1094 30 906

Rcv 86 729 154 832 137

PR 79 61 0 8 0

KR 587 468 39 317 131

Yds 1798 1357 1287 1187 1174

Avg/G 179.8 123.4 117.0 107.9 106.7

Field Goals 1. Matt Dineen 2. Jeremy Ditzler 3. Jon Koenig 4. Kyler Ford 5. Craig Burgess

Team KUTZ GAN BLOOM SHIP IUP

G 11 11 10 12 11

FG 17 10 9 10 9

FGA 20 16 14 16 11

Pct. 85.0 62.5 64.3 62.5 81.8

FG/G 1.55 0.91 0.90 0.83 0.82

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Avg/G 275.3 250.8 244.8 228.1 208.9


2009 PSAC LEADERS

 PSAC Defensive Leaders Tackles 1. Matt Freed 2. Anthony Smith 3. Nick Sipes 4. Peter Manns 5. Matthew Neal-Mink

Team ESU BLOOM CLAR CWP GAN

G 12 11 11 11 9

Justin Presley

Solo 74 48 52 54 39

Ast 58 66 60 54 43

Total 132 114 112 108 82

Avg/G 11.0 10.4 10.2 9.8 9.1

Sack 10.0 3.0 4.5 2.0 1.0

Sacks 1. Matt Freed 2. Justin Presley 3. Kevin Bolinsky 4. Xavier Brown 5. Sam Scott

Team ESU BLOOM KUTZ CWP WCU

G 12 11 11 10 11

Solo 10 9 8 8 6

Ast 0 2 3 1 3

Yds 79 71 60 58 43

Total 10.0 10.0 9.5 8.5 7.5

Avg/G 0.83 0.91 0.86 0.85 0.68

Tackles for Loss 1. Matt Freed 2. Sam Scott 3. Justin Presley Tim Herbener 5. Kevin Bolinsky

Team ESU WCU BLOOM MC KUTZ

G 12 11 11 11 11

Solo 17 14 13 13 12

Ast 2 6 6 6 6

Yds 107 79 99 60 72

Total 18.0 17.0 16.0 16.0 15.0

Avg/G 1.50 1.55 1.45 1.45 1.36

Passes Defended 1. Robert Doiley 2. Cordero Newkirk Daily Whitten 4. Travis Proctor 5. Oscar Rivera Kevin Garland

Team ROCK WCU CLAR SHIP BLOOM WCU

G 9 11 11 12 11 11

Brkup 8 12 8 9 10 8

Int 3 1 5 4 1 3

Total 11 13 13 13 11 11

Avg/G 1.22 1.18 1.18 1.08 1.00 1.00

Kick Returns 1. Akwasi Owusu-Ansah 2. Chedrick Cherry 3. Alfonso Hoggard 4. Andrew Bailey 5. Akeem Satterfield

Team IUP CAL CLAR MC ROCK

G 11 13 10 10 10

Ret 16 17 22 30 14

Yds 475 504 587 778 361

TD 2 0 1 1 1

Long 89 54 87 93 92

Avg 29.7 29.6 26.7 25.9 25.8

Punt Returns 1. Kevin Garland 2. Akwasi Owusu-Ansah 3. Kendell Coleman 4. Robert Doiley 5. Josh Gumbert

Team WCU IUP KUTZ ROCK CAL

G 11 11 11 9 14

Ret 14 22 15 27 20

Yds 288 275 155 225 152

TD 0 3 0 0 0

Long 52 70 24 24 20

Avg 20.6 12.5 10.3 8.3 7.6

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 Bloomsburg Regional Awards Football Gazette All-Super Region One Anthony Smith LB First Team Stefan Adams FB Second Team Justin Presley DE Second Team Dan Latorre QB Third Team Pat Casey OL Third Team Domenique Price DB Third Team Daktronics All-Super Region One Anthony Smith LB First Team

Stefan Adams

Anthony Smith

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

Year-by-Year Since  1935 BSC 19 Clarion 6 Millersville 0 Lock Haven 0 Mansfield 6 Indiana (PA) 0 Shippensburg 12 East Stroudsburg 6 Slippery Rock Record: 4-3-1 Head Coach: George Buchheit 1936 BSC 7 Susquehanna 0 Millersville 8 Lock Haven 0 Mansfield 7 Indiana (PA) 0 Shippensburg 0 Slippery Rock 7 East Stroudsburg Record: 1-7 Head Coach: Austin Tate 1937 BSC 20 Millersville 6 Indiana (PA) 0 Mansfield 6 Lock Haven 0 Shippensburg 6 Susquehanna 12 East Stroudsburg Record: 3-4 Head Coach: Austin Tate 1938 BSC 7 Millersville 0 Indiana (PA) 0 Mansfield 18 Lock Haven 0 Shippensburg 0 Kutztown 7 East Stroudsburg 6 Panzer Record: 0-8 Head Coach: Austin Tate 86

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0 0 0 3 0 26 0 21

21 9 14 19 26 12 10 0

0 25 12 14 28 0 0

1939 BSC 7 Millersville 0 Indiana (PA) 0 Mansfield 18 Lock Haven 0 Shippensburg 0 Kutztown 7 East Stroudsburg 6 Panzer Record: 0-8 Head Coach: Austin Tate 1940 BSC 0 Millersville 0 Indiana (Pa) 0 Mansfield 6 Lock Haven 24 Shippensburg 0 Kutztown 0 East Stroudsburg Record: 1-6 Head Coach: George Bucheit 1941 BSC 0 Mansfield 0 Lock Haven 0 Shippensburg 14 Kutztown 0 East Stroudsburg Record: 1-4 Head Coach: George Bucheit

19 32 25 21 12 7 25 13

12 33 40 19 14 20 12

26 27 42 0 3

1942-1943: World War II, No Team

19 32 25 21 12 7 25 13

1944 BSC 20 Drexel 13 Ursinus 0 Scranton 0 Drexel 0 Scranton Record: 2-3 Head Coach: Frank Kostos

6 6 39 30 32

1945 BSC 6 Lock Haven 13 East Stroudsburg 19 East Stroudsburg 7 Lock Haven Record: 2-2 Head Coach: George Bucheit 1946 BSC 0 Mansfield 12 Lock Haven 0 Clarion 0 Millersville 12 Shippensburg 19 Kutztown 7 East Stroudsburg 41 Rider Record: 4-3-1 Head Coach: John Hoch 1947 BSC 6 Mansfield 19 Lock Haven 11 Clarion 37 Millersville 12 Shippensburg 24 Kutztown 13 East Stroudsburg 34 Rider Record: 6-2 Head Coach: Robert Redman

7 0 7 8

0 20 6 13 6 0 6 6

7 14 7 0 19 7 12 0

1948 BSC 25 Wilkes 0 7 Mansfield 0 6 Lock Haven 0 26 King’s College 0 20 Millersville 12 13 Shippensburg 7 27 Kutztown 0 47 Lycoming 0 14 East Stroudsburg 0 Record: 9-0 PSTC Champions (sportswriters poll) Head Coach: Robert Redman


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

1949 BSC 7 Wilkes 20 26 Mansfield 0 26 Lock Haven 14 21 King’s College 0 32 Millersville 7 14 Shippensburg 13 27 Kutztown 14 48 Lycoming 0 28 East Stroudsburg 22 Record: 8-1 PSTC Champions (sportswriters poll) Head Coach: Robert Redman 1950 BSC 39 Mansfield 20 at Lock Haven 40 at Millersville 26 at Shippensburg 35 Kutztown 27 Wilkes 6 at West Chester 12 at Indiana (PA) Record: 7-1 Head Coach: Robert Redman 1951 BSC 20 Mansfield 35 Lock Haven 40 Millersville 40 Shippensburg 28 at Kutztown 27 at Wilkes 16 West Chester 20 Indiana Record: 8-0 PSTC Champions Head Coach: Robert Redman 1952 BSC 32 Wilkes 25 Mansfield 13 at Trenton 7 at Scranton 0 at California 22 New Haven 6 at West Chester 14 at Lock Haven Record: 5-2-1 Head Coach: Jack Yohe

6 0 2 6 0 7 31 0

7 6 14 14 0 7 7 0

12 6 6 33 0 12 26 0

1953 BSC 27 at Wilkes 26 at Mansfield 48 Trenton 7 Scranton 20 California 14 at New Haven 7 West Chester 46 Lock Haven Record: 6-2 (2nd in conference) Head Coach: Jack Yohe 1954 BSC 28 Mansfield 26 Cortland (NY) 44 Wilkes 49 at King’s 14 New Haven 21 at California 0 at West Chester 40 at Lock Haven Record: 6-2 PSTC Co-Champions Head Coach: Jack Yohe 1955 BSC 27 at Mansfield 6 at Cortland 12 at Wilkes 20 King’s 21 at New Haven 7 California 17 West Chester 0 Lock Haven Record: 5-2-1 PSTC Champions Head Coach: Jack Yohe 1956 BSC 13 Delaware State 3 Cortland 38 Mansfield 3 at Shippensburg 25 at King’s 6 at California 7 at West Chester Record: 3-4 Head Coach: Jack Yohe

6 7 0 25 13 12 20 13

0 13 0 0 26 13 41 13

6 13 0 19 25 6 7 0

0 6 6 20 7 31 27

1957 BSC 6 at Lock Haven 0 at Delaware State 12 at Cortland 33 at Mansfield 19 Shippensburg 26 California 7 West Chester Record: 2-5 Head Coach: Walter Blair 1958 BSC 20 Shippensburg 16 at King’s 32 Mansfield 16 Cortland 12 Millersville 12 at East Stroudsburg 0 at West Chester 6 Lock Haven Record: 5-2-1 Head Coach: Walter Blair 1959 BSC 7 at Shippensburg 6 King’s 12 at Mansfield 6 at Cortland 14 at Millersville 0 East Stroudsburg 13 West Chester 6 at Lock Haven Record: 3-4-1 Head Coach: Walter Blair 1960 BSC 13 at Shippensburg 14 at King’s 20 Cortland 13 Lock Haven 27 Mansfield 20 at East Stroudsburg 39 Cheyney 13 at West Chester Record: 6-2 (4-2 PC) Head Coach: Walter Blair

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19 12 6 0 0 12 56 12

13 0 6 6 20 7 10 14

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1961 BSC 34 Shippensburg 31 King’s 8 at Cortland 7 at Lock Haven 21 at Mansfield 0 East Stroudsburg 28 at Cheyney 7 West Chester Record: 4-4 (2-2 PC) Head Coach: Walter Blair 1962 BSC 14 Lock Haven 34 Mansfield 6 at King’s 0 at West Chester 33 Millersville 32 at Cheyney 6 Kutztown 12 at East Stroudsburg Record: 3-4-1 (3-4 PC) Head Coach: Walter Blair 1963 BSC 14 at Lock Haven 21 at Mansfield 13 King’s 0 West Chester 0 at Millersville 7 Cheyney 13 at Kutztown 14 East Stroudsburg Record: 3-5 (2-4 PC) Head Coach: Walter Blair 1964 BSC 7 Lock Haven 7 Mansfield 10 at Brockport 0 at West Chester 20 Millersville 7 at Cheyney 20 Kutztown 0 at East Stroudsburg Record: 2-5-1 (2-3-1 PC) Head Coach: Russell Houk

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7 12 16 18 7 36 0 26

34 26 6 28 14 6 12 19

21 30 6 28 6 0 25 7

13 19 26 54 6 7 13 34

1965 BSC 13 at Lock Haven 6 at Mansfield 15 Brockport 21 West Chester 32 at Millersville 14 Cheyney 47 at Kutztown 0 East Stroudsburg Record: 4-4 (3-3 PC) Head Coach: Russell Houk 1966 BSC 25 Shippensburg 21 Lock Haven 13 Mansfield 21 at West Chester 20 Millersville 0 at Cheyney 31 Kutztown 6 at East Stroudsburg Record: 4-4 (3-3 PC) Head Coach: Russell Houk 1967 BSC 31 at Shippensburg 34 at Lock Haven 42 at Mansfield 34 at Susquehanna 28 West Chester 28 at Millersville 35 Cheyney 19 at Kutztown 6 East Stroudsburg Record: 6-3 (3-3 PC) Head Coach: Russell Houk 1968 BSC 13 Lock Haven 24 Mansfield 13 Susquehanna 7 at West Chester 13 Millersville 34 at Cheyney 24 Kutztown 14 at East Stroudsburg Record: 3-4-1 (3-3 PC) Head Coach: Jerry Denstorff

25 7 6 40 27 6 0 34

39 6 7 41 19 14 7 18

20 20 37 19 50 19 12 26 58

27 6 13 41 21 12 12 70

1969 BSC 25 at Lock Haven 21 at Mansfield 14 Adelphi 13 West Chester 14 at Millersville 28 Cheyney 6 at Kutztown 23 East Stroudsburg Record: 2-6 (2-4 PC) Head Coach: Jerry Densdorff 1970 BSC 25 Lock Haven 16 Mansfield 35 at Delaware Valley 0 at West Chester 23 Millersville 27 at Cheyney 7 Kutztown 22 at East Stroudsburg Record: 5-3 (3-3 PC) Head Coach: Jerry Densdorff 1971 BSC 28 Scranton 8 at Lock Haven 21 at Mansfield 35 California (Pa.) 7 West Chester 7 at Millersville 21 Cheyney 0 at Kutztown 7 East Stroudsburg Record: 4-5 (2-4 PC) Head Coach: Bill Sproule 1972 BSC 14 at Shippensburg 62 at Scranton 22 Lock Haven 21 Mansfield 14 at California (Pa.) 14 at West Chester 15 Millersville 8 at Cheyney 17 Kutztown 20 at East Stroudsburg Record: 5-5 (4-2 PC) Head Coach: Bill Sproule

28 34 16 38 7 7 17 38

7 3 27 42 17 7 24 47

6 54 20 26 56 48 14 43 26

28 0 24 6 42 61 16 7 6 6


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

1973 BSC 19 Shippensburg 14 at Lock Haven 28 at Mansfield 0 Westminster 16 West Chester 14 at Millersville 14 Cheyney 14 at Kutztown 3 East Stroudsburg Record: 4-5 (2-4 PC) Head Coach: Bill Sproule 1974 BSC 3 at Shippensburg 7 Lock Haven 10 Mansfield 7 at Westminster 3 at West Chester 14 Millersville 0 at Cheyney 6 Kutztown 9 at East Stroudsburg Record: 1-7-1 (0-5-1 PC) Head Coach: Bill Sproule 1975 BSC 0 Shippensburg 9 at Lock Haven 19 Wilkes 7 West Chester 0 at Millersville 14 Cheyney 0 at Kutztown 0 East Stroudsburg 7 at Mansfield Record: 1-8 (0-6 PC) Head Coach: Bill Sproule 1976 BSC 12 at Shippensburg 10 Lock Haven 28 Mansfield 21 at Wilkes 0 at West Chester 14 Millersville 27 at Cheyney 20 Kutztown 6 at East Stroudsburg Record: 2-7 (2-4 PC) Head Coach: Ron Puhl

9 13 7 32 49 55 21 7 21

28 0 10 23 34 16 29 28 30

41 8 41 28 55 35 38 28 19

1977 BSC 6 Shippensburg 14 at Lock Haven 24 at Mansfield 31 Wilkes 7 West Chester 21 at Millersville 27 Cheyney 7 at Kutztown 20 East Stroudsburg Record: 4-5 (2-3 PC) Head Coach Ron Puhl 1978 BSC 7 Ithaca 7 at Shippensburg 31 Lock Haven 7 Mansfield 38 at Wilkes 16 at West Chester 10 Millersville 7 at Cheyney 14 Kutztown 3 at East Stroudsburg Record: 6-4 (3-2 PC) Head Coach: Ron Puhl 1979 BSC 6 at Ithaca 13 Shippensburg 21 at Lock Haven 24 at Mansfield 27 Wilkes 7 West Chester 7 at Millersville 3 Cheyney 7 at Kutztown 3 East Stroudsburg Record: 2-8 (1-4 PC) Head Coach: Ron Puhl

3 21 0 6 20 28 7 14 24

25 35 15 6 7 3 7 35 7 23

13 16 31 7 3 15 27 9 12 31

1980 BSC 3 Ithaca 13 at Shippensburg 6 Lock Haven 13 Mansfield 17 at West Chester 15 Millersville 5 at Cheyney 7 Kutztown 15 at East Stroudsburg Record: 1-8 (1-4 PC) Head Coach: Clark Boler 1981 BSC 0 at Ithaca 17 Shippensburg 19 at Lock Haven 26 Mansfield 8 West Chester 0 at Millersville 16 Cheyney 24 at Kutztown 0 East Stroudsburg 9 Edinboro Record: 0-10 (0-5 PC) Head Coach: Clark Boler 1982 BSC 7 at Edinboro 10 at Shippensburg 0 Lock Haven 7 Mansfield 0 at West Chester 14 Millersville 20 at Cheyney 20 Kutztown 7 at East Stroudsburg Record: 1-7-1 (1-5-1 PC) Head Coach: George Landis

58 42 16 14 41 42 3 28 70

35 38 42 36 56 72 34 48 49 25

34 35 14 7 46 24 24 7 34

21 12 7 31 17 20 15 21 21

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

1983 BU 7 at Slippery Rock 9 Shippensburg 10 at Lock Haven 10 at Mansfield 25 West Chester 22 at Millersville 17 Cheyney 7 at Kutztown 7 at East Stroudsburg 28 Lycoming Record: 5-5 (4-2 PC) Head Coach: George Landis PC Place: Second 1984 BU 11 at Shippensburg 23 Lock Haven 23 East Stroudsburg 14 at Cheyney 28 Mansfield 15 at Millersville 14 California (PA) 14 Kutztown 34 at West Chester 14 at Lycoming 14 at California (PA) * Record: 6-5 (5-1 PC) Head Coach: George Landis * - PC “State Game” 1985 BU 18 Shippensburg 49 at Lock Haven 21 at East Stroudsburg 24 Cheyney 35 at Mansfield 28 Millersville 17 at California (Pa.) 29 at Kutztown 51 Buffalo State 8 West Chester 31 Indiana (Pa.) * 38 Hampton (Va.) ** 28 0 at North Alabama ** 34 Record: 12-1 (6-0 PC) Head Coach: George Landis * PC “State Game” ** NCAA Division II Playoffs

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18 10 28 6 24 14 13 14 13 10

17 0 13 6 9 22 24 3 31 24 21

3 14 16 0 13 17 10 23 7 6 9

1986 BU 30 at Shippensburg 38 Lock Haven 7 at West Chester 20 East Stroudsburg 39 at Cheyney 51 Mansfield 3 at Millersville 24 Slippery Rock 7 Kutztown 21 at Norfolk State Record: 7-2-1 (3-2-1 PC) Head Coach: Pete Adrian 1987 BU 17 at Norfolk State 24 Shippensburg 25 at Lock Haven 14 West Chester 16 at East Stroudsburg 14 Cheyney 28 at Mansfield 21 Millersville 24 at Slippery Rock 17 at Kutztown 35 New Haven Record: 8-3 (4-2 PC) Head Coach: Pete Adrian 1988 BU 14 Norfolk State 21 Shippensburg 17 Lock Haven 14 Kutztown 9 West Chester 18 East Stroudsburg 3 Cheyney 9 Mansfield 17 Millersville 7 Indiana (Pa.) 2 New Haven Record: 7-4 (4-2 PC) Head Coach: Pete Adrian

26 32 44 3 14 26 36 22 7 7

1989 BU 3 at James Madison 7 Shippensburg 24 at Lock Haven 20 at Kutztown 20 West Chester 17 at East Stroudsburg 28 Cheyney 25 at Mansfield 33 Millersville 0 at Indiana 21 New Haven Record: 4-7 (3-3 PC) Head Coach: Pete Adrian

48 25 7 24 28 14 31 35 22 48 16

26 10 6 39 3 0 17 33 23 3 18

1990 BU 7 at Youngstown St. 9 at Shippensburg 7 Lock Haven 6 Edinboro 23 Kutztown 12 at Central Connecticut 21 East Stroudsburg 21 at Cheyney 16 Mansfield 35 at Millersville 7 at West Chester Record: 4-7 (3-2 PC) Head Coach: Pete Adrian

6 7 6 9 24 7 0 0 51 32 26

1991 BU 21 Shippensburg 24 9 at Lock Haven 14 21 at Edinboro 23 19 at Kutztown 67 37 Central Connecticut 7 10 * East Stroudsburg 20 44 Cheyney 14 31 at Mansfield 24 24 Millersville 17 34 West Chester 12 Record: 5-5 (4-2 PC) Head Coach: Pete Adrian *Played at Lackawanna Co. Stadium (Steamtown Classic)

43 20 14 33 21 10 23 17 14 40 17


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

1992 BU 24 at Bucknell 14 at Shippensburg 33 Lock Haven 17 *East Stroudsburg 12 at Millersville 20 Clarion 10 Kutztown 2 at West Chester 30 at Cheyney 24 Mansfield Record: 1-9 (1-5 PC) Head Coach: Pete Adrian 1993 BU 16 at Bucknell 7 Shippensburg 35 at Lock Haven 6 American International 0 Millersville 18 at Clarion 47 at Kutztown 38 West Chester 6 at East Stroudsburg 24 Cheyney 17 at Mansfield Record: 5-6 (4-2 PC) Head Coach: Danny Hale 1994 BU 6 New Haven 7 at Shippensburg 23 California (PA) 49 at American Int’l 20 Mansfield 15 at Millersville 27 Lock Haven 29 Kutztown 29 at West Chester 35 East Stroudsburg 44 at Cheyney Record: 8-3 (5-1 PC) Head Coach: Danny Hale

41 20 38 42 48 23 17 34 7 30

21 30 32 24 26 40 25 16 31 6 7

38 10 22 6 7 20 23 17 23 24 3

1995 BU 20 at New Haven 41 Shippensburg 24 at California (PA) 40 American International 56 at Mansfield 28 Millersville 53 at Lock Haven 17 at Kutztown 23 West Chester 34 at E. Stroudsburg 55 Cheyney Record: 9-1-1 (5-0-1 PSAC) Head Coach: Danny Hale 1996 BU 45 at Wayne State 14 at Indiana 64 Lock Haven 28 at American Int’l 58 at Cheyney 74 Mansfield 21 at Millersville 42 Shippensburg 34 Kutztown 20 at West Chester 58 East Stroudsburg 29 at Clarion* Record:10-2 (6-0 PSAC) Head Coach: Danny Hale *NCAA Division II Playoffs 1997 BU 22 Wayne State 13 Indiana 17 at Lock Haven 68 Cheyney 55 at Mansfield 24 Millersville 29 at Shippensburg 17 at Kutztown 24 West Chester 42 at East Stroudsburg Record: 8-2 (6-0 PSAC) Head Coach: Danny Hale

27 34 20 7 13 28 20 8 18 27 0

14 30 0 24 0 13 17 19 10 10 42 42

0 18 3 6 0 8 34 7 14 17

1998 BU 7 at New Haven 21 at Shippensburg 23 Lock Haven 27 Indiana 37 Kutztown 0 at Millersville 10 at West Chester 54 Cheyney 50 East Stroudsburg 42 at Mansfield 12 at Edinboro Record: 5-6 (4-2 PSAC) Head Coach: Danny Hale 1999 BU 37 New Haven 36 Shippensburg 44 at Lock Haven 10 at Indiana 42 at Kutztown 21 Millersville 17 West Chester 48 at Cheyney 27 at East Stroudsburg 53 Mansfield 65 Edinboro Record: 7-4 (4-2 PSAC) Head Coach: Danny Hale 2000 BU 20 at Carson-Newman 17 at Shippensburg 52 Lock Haven 48 Cheyney 35 at West Chester 38 Indiana 28 East Stroudsburg 41 at Mansfield 21 Millersville 35 at Kutztown 34 at Slippery Rock 46 Saginaw Valley * 38 Northwood * 58 at UC-Davis * 34 Delta State* Record: 12-3 (6-0 PSAC) Head Coach: Danny Hale * NCAA Division II Playoffs

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47 28 24 35 33 31 35 6 21 21 16

28 24 7 6 7 14 0 7 20 28 27 32 14 48 63

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2001 BU 29 Shippensburg 34 at Lock Haven 46 at Cheyney 27 West Chester 12 at Indiana 34 at East Stroudsburg 41 Mansfield 42 at Millersville 10 Kutztown 42 Slippery Rock 14 at Grand Valley * Record: 9-2 (6-0 PSAC) Head Coach: Danny Hale * NCAA Division II Playoffs 2002 BU 18 at Indiana 27 at Shippensburg 47 Lock Haven 38 Slippery Rock 13 East Stroudsburg 49 at Millersville 31 at Kutztown 37 Cheyney 23 West Chester 17 at Mansfield Record: 8-2 (5-1 PSAC) Head Coach: Danny Hale 2003 BU 30 New Haven 0 Shippensburg 15 at Lock Haven 19 at Slippery Rock 40 at East Stroudsburg 50 Millersville 35 Kutztown(OT) 45 at Cheyney 34 at West Chester 21 Mansfield 40 Indiana Record: 7-4 (5-1 PSAC) Head Coach: Danny Hale

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18 24 0 14 23 7 6 13 7 14 42

2004 BU 20 at Slippery Rock 10 at Shippensburg 54 Lock Haven 34 Indiana 24 East Stroudsburg 37 at Kutztown 69 Cheyney 49 Mansfield 24 at West Chester 23 at Millersville Record: 7-3 (4-2 PSAC) Head Coach: Danny Hale

37 26 23 14 16 26 21 12 10 6

2005 BU 40 Slippery Rock 33 at Fairmont St. 49 Shippensburg 63 Lock Haven 27 at Indiana 31 at East Stroudsburg 12 Kutztown 48 at Cheyney 40 at Mansfield 42 West Chester 42 Millersville 39 East Stroudsburg* Record: 11-1 (6-0 PSAC) Head Coach: Danny Hale *NCAA Division II Playoffs

17 21 17 16 37 7 28 21 35 6 42

2006 BU 3 at James Madison 24 CALIFORNIA (PA) 28 at Edinboro 24 CLARION 35 at Shippensburg 30 WEST CHESTER 41 KUTZTOWN 31 at Mansfield 28 at Millersville 45 East Stroudsburg 35 at Cheyney 21 WEST CHESTER * 24 at Shepherd * 3 at N.W. Missouri * Record: 12-2 (6-0 PSAC) Head Coach: Danny Hale *NCAA Division II Playoffs

17 48 0 24 30 12 0 7 35 20

24 0 21 0 0 24 0 14 12 35 28 52

14 19 10 10 14 27 14 7 16 37 6 20 21 33

2007 BU 42 CW POST 13 at California, Pa. 41 EDINBORO 52 at Clarion 28 at West Chester 49 at Kutztown 42 MILLERSVILLE 35 at East Stroudsburg 55 CHEYNEY 41 Indiana Record: 7-3 (4-1 PSAC) Head Coach: Danny Hale

28 31 42 10 44 32 28 26 6 35

2008 BU 49 at Ashland 42 24 CALIFORNIA PA 17 24 MERCYHURST 0 31 KUTZTOWN 21 13 at C.W. Post 6 49 at Millersville 24 42 EAST STROUDSBURG 23 43 at Cheyney 7 21 at Shippensburg 0 21 WEST CHESTER 24 38 at Gannon 10 28 WEST CHESTER* 21 24 CALIFORNIA PA* 27 Record: 11-2 (6-1 PSAC) Head Coach: Danny Hale * NCAA Division II Playoffs 2009 BU 10 ASHLAND 17 at California (PA) 17 at Mercyhurst 31 at Kutztown 24 C.W. POST 45 MILLERSVILLE 27 East Stroudsburg 28 CHEYNEY 27 SHIPPENSBURG 14 West Chester 7 GANNON OT Record: 8-3 (5-2 PSAC) Head Coach: Danny Hale

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ALL TIME SERIES

All-Time Series Since  Opponent Adelphi University American International Ashland (OH) Askam Athletic Club Bellefonte Academy Berwick Berwick Rangers Berwick YMCA Brockport State (NY) Bucknell Academy Bucknell University Bucknell University Reserves Buffalo State UC Davis California (PA) Carlisle Indian School Carlisle Indian School Reserves Carson-Newman (TN) Catawissa Central Connecticut State Central Pennsylvania College (1) Centralia Athletic Club Cheyney Clarion Conway Hall (Carlisle) Cortland State (NY) C.W. Post Delaware State Delaware Valley College Delta State (MS) Dickinson College Dickinson Seminary (2) Drexel University East Stroudsburg Edinboro Edwardsville High School Fairmont State (WV) Franklin & Marshall College Freeland Mining & Mechanical Insti. Friendship Football Club, Bloomsburg Gannon University Gettysburg College Gettysburg College Reserves Grand Valley State Hampton University (VA)

W 0 3 2 1 1 2 1 5 1 2 0 6 1 1 12 0 5 0 1 2 1 1 40 4 0 3 3 1 1 0 0 13 1 36 2 0 1 2 2 1 1 0 1 0 1

L 1 1 0 0 3 1 0 0 1 2 7 4 0 0 8 3 1 1 0 0 0 1 9 4 1 4 0 1 0 1 1 7 1 43 6 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 1 0

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

Pct. .000 .750 1.000 1.000 .250 .667 1.000 1.000 .500 .500 .000 .600 1.000 1.000 .591 .000 .833 .000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .500 .810 .500 .000 .438 1.000 .500 1.000 .000 .000 .643 .500 .457 .250 .000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .500 .000 1.000 .000 1.000

Opponent Harrisburg Tech High School Harry Hillman Academy Hazleton Athletic Club Hazleton High School Indiana (PA) Ithaca College James Madison Keystone Academy (3) King’s College (PA) Kutztown Lafayette College Lebanon Valley College Lock Haven Lycoming College (2) Mansfield Mercyhurst Millersville Montgomery Athletic Club Montgomery High School Mt. Carmel Academy Mt. Carmel Athletic Association Mt. Carmel High School Mt. Carmel YMCA Muhlenberg College Nanticoke New Haven State (4) New Haven, University of Norfolk State North Alabama Northumberland Northumberland Athletic Assoc, Northumberland High School (5) Northwest Missouri State Northwood (MI) Orangeville Oswego State (NY) Panzer College Penn State College (6) Penn State College Freshmen Penn State College Reserves Philadelphia Central High School Hazleton Pioneer Football Club Pittston Pittston Athletic Club Plymouth Athletic Club

W 0 2 1 1 8 0 0 3 10 42 0 1 43 3 55 2 37 1 2 1 1 0 1 0 1 2 3 2 0 1 2 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 3 0

L 1 0 1 0 18 4 2 3 0 20 6 0 38 1 22 0 30 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 2 5 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 1

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 3 0 4 0 5 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Pct. .000 1.000 .500 1.000 .308 .000 .000 .500 .955 .675 .000 1.000 .530 .750 .704 1.000 .549 1.000 1.000 1.000 .500 .333 1.000 .000 1.000 .500 .375 .667 .000 1.000 .667 1.000 .000 1.000 1.000 .250 .500 .000 .000 .000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000

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Opponent Pottsville High School Rider College Saginaw Valley (MI) St. Gabriel High School St. Thomas College (7) School of the Lackawanna Scranton Commercial School Scranton High School Scranton, University of (7) Shenandoah High School Shepherd (WV) Shickshinny Shippensburg Slippery Rock Sunbury Sunbury High School Sunbury Tau Phi Sigma Susquehanna University Susquehanna University Reserves Trenton State (NJ) Treverton Athletic Association Univ. of Pennsylvania Univ. of Pennsylvania Reserves Ursinus College Wayne State West Chester West Hazleton Westminster College Wilkes University Wilkes-Barre Academy Wilkes-Barre High School Wilkes-Barre YMCA Williamsport High School Wyoming Seminary Wyoming Seminary Reserves York YMCA Youngstown State University

W 1 2 1 1 3 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 31 9 1 1 0 11 2 2 1 0 1 0 2 21 1 0 10 0 3 1 3 6 0 1 0

L 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 42 3 0 1 1 6 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 46 0 2 3 1 2 0 1 23 1 0 1

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

(1) now Albright College (2) known as Lycoming College or Dickinson Seminary (3) now Keystone College (4) now Southern Connecticut State (5) now Shikellamy High School (6) now Penn State University (7) also known as Univ. of Scranton/St. Thomas College

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Pct. 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .600 1.000 1.000 1.000 .333 1.000 1.000 1.000 .425 .750 1.000 .500 .000 .639 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 1.000 .000 1.000 .313 1.000 .000 .769 .000 .583 1.000 .750 .234 .000 1.000 .000

Year-by-Year Since  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

— — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — —

2-1-1 2-4 5-3 4-3 4-2-1 3-4 2-2 No Team No Team 7-2-1 7-3 6-1-1 8-1 4-4 No Team 2-6 3-5 4-4 7-1 4-4-2 5-3-1 5-3 5-4 5-2-1 4-4-1 4-2-1 WW I 2-5 3-6 1-6-1 5-4 5-3 3-5 3-5 4-3 3-5 4-4 5-3 4-2-1 2-2-3 1-3-2 2-5 4-3-1 4-3-1 1-7

1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 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

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3-4 1-6-1 0-8 1-6 1-4 WW II WW II 1-4 2-2 4-3-1 6-2 9-0 8-1 7-1 8-0 5-2-1 6-2 6-2 5-2-1 3-4 2-5 5-2-1 3-4-1 6-2 4-4 3-4-1 3-5 2-5-1 4-4 4-4 6-3 3-4-1 2-6 5-3 4-5 5-5 4-5 1-7-1 1-8 2-7 4-5 6-4 2-8 1-8 0-10

1982 — 1-7-1 1983 — 5-5 1984 — 6-5 1985 — 12-1 #, + 1986 — 7-2-1 1987 — 8-3 1988 — 7-4 1989 — 4-7 1990 — 4-7 1991 — 5-5 1992 — 1-9 1993 — 5-6 1994 — 8-3 # 1995 — 9-1-1 # 1996 — 10-2 #, + 1997 — 8-2 # 1998 — 5-6 1999 — 7-4 2000 — 12-3 #, + 2001 — 9-2 #, + 2002 — 8-2 # 2003 — 7-4 # 2004 — 7-3 2005 — 11-1 #,+ 2006 — 12-2 #, + 2007 — 7-3 2008 — 11-2 + 2009 — 8-3 + -- NCAA Playoffs # -- PSAC East Champs


ALL TIME COACHING HISTORY

All-Time Coaching Records Head Coach (seasons) W.H. Detwiler (2) A.K. Aldinger (10) B.F. Bryant (2) George Harry (1) Charles Albert (1) John W. Weimer (7) Thomas W. Pownall (1) Raymond Deidrick (1) George Mead (4) Alfred K. Jackson (1) Thornley Booth (6) George Buchheit (7) Austin Tate (4) Frank Kostos (1) John Hoch (1) Robert B. Redman (5) Jack Yohe (5) Walter Blair (7) Russ Houk (4) Jerry Densdor (3) William Sproule (5) Ron Puhl (4) Clark Boler (2) George Landis (4) Pete Adrian (7) Danny Hale (17) TOTALS (112)

Year(s) Overall Record 1892-1893 4-5-1 1894-1898, 1901-1905 50-25-3 1907-1908 5-11 1909 4-4 1910 7-1 1911-1917 32-22-6 1919 2-5 1920 3-6 1921-1924 14-18-1 1925 3-5 1926-1931 22-19-4 1932-1935, 1940-41, 1945 15-26-4 1936-1939 5-25-1 1944 1-4 1946 4-3-1 1947-1951 38-4 1952-1956 25-12-2 1957-1963 26-26-3 1964-1967 16-16-1 1968-1970 10-13-1 1971-1975 15-30-1 1976-1979 14-24 1980-1981 1-18 1982-1985 24-18-1 1986-1992 36-37-1 1993-Present 144-49-1 1892-2009 520-426-32

Pct. .450 .660 .313 .500 .875 .583 .286 .333 .439 .375 .533 .378 .177 .200 .563 .905 .667 .500 .500 .438 .337 .368 .053 .570 .493 .745 .548

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Bloomsburg Individual Records PASSING Attempts Game Season Career

69 56 415 285 986 915

Jeff King vs. Lock Haven (1992) * Rich Lichtel (1967) Rich Lichtel (1967) Glenn McNamee (1996) Jay DeDea (1984-87) Eric Miller (1997-2000)

Completions Game 39 32 Season 194 189 Career 527 495 492

Jeff King vs. Lock Haven (1992) * Rich Lichtel vs. LHU, Mansfield (1967) Alan Eck (1990) Rich Lichtel (1967) Eric Miller (1997-2000) Jay DeDea (1984-1987) Dan Latorre (2006-2009)

Yards Gained Game 506 415 Season 2,771 2,571 Career 7,474 7,370 6,950

Jeff King vs. Lock Haven (1992) Eric Miller vs. New Haven (1999) Rich Lichtel (1967) Eric Miller (1999) Eric Miller (1997-2000) Dan Latorre (2006-2009) Glenn McNamee (1993-1996)

Touchdown Passes Game 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Season 26 22 22 Career 70 60 57

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Rich Lichtel (1967) Eric Miller vs. Saginaw Valley (2000) # Eric Miller vs. UC Davis (2000) # Jack Lydic vs. Indiana (PA)(2003) Ozzie Snyder vs. Mansfield (1958) Eric Miller vs. Northwood (2000) # Chris Thompson vs. Mansfield (2001) Chris Thompson vs. Millersville (2001) Andrew Herrmann vs. Millersville (2002) Jack Lydic vs. Shippensburg (2005) Jack Lydic vs. Millersville (2005) Dan Latorre vs. West Chester (2007) Rich Lichtel (1967) Eric Miller (2000) Glenn McNamee (1996) Eric Miller (1997-2000) Dan Latorre (2006-2009) Glenn McNamee (1993-1996)

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PASSING Best Completion Percentage Game 85.0% (17-20) Chris Thompson vs. Mansfield (2001) 82.3% (14-17) Dan Latorre vs. James Madison (2006) Season 63.3% Eric Miller (1999) 60.3% Dan Latorre (2006) Career 58.1% Dan Latorre (2006-2009) 57.5% Eric Miller (1997-2000) 57.3% Alan Eck (1989-1991) Most Interceptions Game 6 5 Season 23 15 Career 48

Jay DeDea vs. West Chester (1986) Joe Geiger vs. Lock Haven (1972) Rich Lichtel (1967) Eric Miller (1998) Jay DeDea (1984-87)

Yards/Completion Game 30.4 Season 16.7 Career 15.0 14.9

Dick Rohrer vs. Shippensburg (1961) Dan Latorre (2006) Dan Latorre (2006-2009) Rich Lichtel (1965-67)

Yards/Game Season 307.8 Career 241.1

Rich Lichtel (1967) Eric Miller (1997-2000)

RECEIVING Receptions Game 17 Season 87 Career 229

Tom Pajic vs. Lock Haven (1992) Ron Lelko (1996) Mike Lelko (1997-2000)

Yards Gained Game 290 Season 1,455 Career 3,151

Bob Tucker vs. Susquehanna (1967) $ * Ron Lelko (1996) * Mike Lelko (1997-2000)

Receiving Touchdowns Game 4 Ron Lelko vs. Shippensburg (1996) 4 Stan Kucharski vs. Shippensburg (1967) 4 Bob Tucker vs. Millersville (1967) 4 Rocco Forgione vs. Millersville (2002) Season 16 Matt Wilson (1999) Career 34 Mike Lelko (1997-2000)


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RUSHING Carries Game Season Career

59 303 908

Net Yards Gained Game 300 Season 2,260 Career 5,689

Jerry Marks vs. Mansfield (1991) * Irv Sigler (1996) Jamar Brittingham (2004-07)

Jerry Marks vs. Mansfield (1991) Jamar Brittingham (2005) Jamar Brittingham (2004-07)*

Highest Average/Carry Game 23.3 Bill Firestine vs. Mansfield (1968) Season 7.2 Jamar Brittingham (2005) Career 6.4 Jamar Brittingham (2004-07) Rushing Touchdowns Game 5 5 5 5 Season 32 Career 83 TOTAL OFFENSE Plays Game 80 Season 479 Career 1,354 Yards Gained Game 484 Season 2,515 Career 6,594 All-Purpose Yards Game 347 Season 2,563 Career 6,867 SCORING Touchdowns Game 5 5 5 5 Season 34 Career 85

Irv Sigler vs. Cheyney (1997) Irv Sigler vs. East Stroudsburg (1996) Mike Johnson vs. Cheyney (1995) Jamar Brittingham vs. CW Post (2007) Jamar Brittingham (2005)* Jamar Brittingham (2004-07)

Jeff King vs. Lock Haven (1992) Jay DeDea (1987) Jay DeDea (1984-87)

Jeff King vs. Lock Haven (1992) Rich Lichtel (1967) Glen McNamee (1993-96)

Jim Browning vs. King’s (PA) (1954) Jamar Brittingham (2005) Jamar Brittingham (2004-07)

Jamar Brittingham vs. C.W. Post (2007) Irv Sigler vs. Cheyney (1997) Irv Sigler vs. E. Stroudsburg (1996) Mike Johnson vs. Cheyney (1995) Jamar Brittingham (2005) * Jamar Brittingham (2004-07)

SCORING Most Extra Points Made Game 9 Garrett Bloom vs. Cheyney (2004) 9 Garrett Bloom vs. Lock Haven (2005) Season 54 Garrett Bloom (2005) 54 Jon Koenig (2008) Career 171 Jon Koenig (2006-2009) Most Two-Point Conversions Made Game 2 Eric Miller and Mike Lelko (2000) Season 4 Kevin Grande (1985) Most Field Goals Made Game 3 Mark Weiss (Twice) 3 Chris Mingrone vs. Ship.(1986) 3 Tom Boop vs. Lock Haven (1998) 3 Garrett Bloom vs. Lock Haven (2003) 3 Garrett Bloom vs. E. Stroudsburg (2005) Season 10 Chris Mingrone (1986) Career 29 Bill Beall (1992-95) 29 Mark Weiss (1988-91) 29 Jon Koenig (2006-2009) Most Field Goals Attempted Game 6 Mark Weiss vs. Mansfield (1988) Season 20 Chris Mingrone (1986) Career 45 Jon Koenig (2006-2009) 41 Bill Beall (1992-95) Most Points Game 34 Season 204 Career 658

Jamar Brittingham vs. C.W. Post (2007) Jamar Brittingham (2005)* Jamar Brittingham (2004-07)*

Most Points Per Game Season 17 Jamar Brittingham (2005) Career 11.6 Jamar Brittingham (2004-07) RETURNS Most Punt Returns Game 7 5 5 Season 31 Career 83

Toyae Berry vs. Shippensburg (2000) Bob James vs. Millersville (1990) Mike Kolojejchick (Twice) Toyae Berry (2000) Sean Smith (1993-96)

Most Punt Return Yards Game 137 Sean Smith vs. Mansfield (1996) Season 336 Ryan Schuck (2005) Career 641 Ryan Schuck (2005-06) 2010 Huskies Football

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RETURNS Highest Punt Return Average Game 80.0 Jim Browning vs. California (PA) (1954) Season 12.9 Sean Smith (1995) Career 20.9 David Toth (1971-72) Most Punt Return Touchdowns Game 2 Sean Smith vs. Mansfield (1996) Season 5 Sean Smith (1996) Career 6 Sean Smith (1993-96) Most Kickoff Returns Game 7 Sean Smith, Twice (1996) Season 29 Sean Smith (1996) Career 99 Sean Smith (1993-96) Highest Kickoff Return Average Game 36.5 Tony Woods vs. N. Alabama (1985) # Season 35.2 Bill Firestine (1968) Career 26.9 Jesse Cooper (2006-2009) 26.6 Steve Meszaros (1980-81) Most Kickoff Return Touchdowns Game 1 Several times Season 2 Bill Firestine (1968) Career 2 Bill Firestine (1968-70) 2 Charles Bender (1972-75) 2 Steve Meszaros (1980-81) 2 Sean Smith (1993-96) 2 Bryant Stone (2000-2002) DEFENSE Most Tackles Game 23 Season 159 Career 537

Frank Sheptock vs. N.Alabama (1985) # Frank Sheptock (1985) Frank Sheptock (1982-85)

Most Interceptions Game 4 Season 10 10 Career 26

Randy Bullock vs. Indiana (PA) (1985) Tony Woods (1985) Linc Welles (1974) Tony Woods (1982-85) *

Fumble Recoveries Career 12

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MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS Longest Pass 94 Jay DeDea vs. Indiana (PA) (1985) Longest TD Pass 94 Jay DeDea vs. Indiana (PA) (1985) Longest Run 87 Jamar Brittingham vs. Kutztown (2007) Longest TD Run 87 Jamar Brittingham vs. Kutztown (2007) Longest Catch 94 Joe Dowd vs. Indiana (PA) (1985) Longest TD Catch 94 Joe Dowd vs. Indiana (PA) (1985) Longest Punt 83 Stan Covington vs. Delaware St. (1957) Longest Punt Return 80 Jim Browning (1954) Longest TD Punt Return 76 Jim Browning (1954) Longest Kickoff Return for TD 101 Steve Meszaros (1981) 100 Bryant Stone vs. Slippery Rock (2000) Longest Field Goal 50 ^ Pete McKenna vs. East Stroudsburg (1979) 50 Jon Koenig vs. Kutztown (2009) Longest Field Goal Attempt 55 Rick Farris vs. Shippensburg (1981) Longest TD Interception Return 104 Bob Groover vs. Mansfield (1953) 91 Jesse Cooper vs. Millersville (2008) Longest Fumble Return for a TD 96 Matt Keys vs. West Chester (9-29-01) Most Points Scored in One Quarter Game 36 (1st Q.) vs. Lock Haven 1996

NOTE: In 2002, the NCAA changed statistics policies to include post-season stats in career figures. Career numbers for seasons prior to 2002 exclude post-season competition. * PSAC Record # NCAA Playoff Game $ Tucker’s records are NCAA Division II records for yards gained by a tight end ^ It was determined through video evidence by the Bloomsburg University Sports Information Office, in conjunction with the University’s archives, that McKenna’s field goal was from 50 yards, not from 51 yards as previously recorded.


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Bloomsburg Record Book All-Time Leaders MOST RUSHING YARDS  GAME Name Yards Year 1. Jerry Marks 300 1991 2. Irv Sigler 278 1997 3. Irv Sigler 268 1997 4. Tom Martin 259 1985 5. Irv Sigler 257 1997 Jamar Brittingham 257 2007 7. Irv Sigler 254 1996 8. Jamar Brittingham 250 2005 9. Irv Sigler 249 1997 10. Jamar Brittingham 246 2005

Opponent Mansfield Lock Haven Millersville Kutztown Cheyney Millersville American Int’l Slippery Rock Mansfield Indiana (PA)

MOST RUSHING YARDS  SEASON Name Yards Year 1. Jamar Brittingham 2,260 2005 2. Irv Sigler 2,038 1997 3. Irv Sigler 1,693 1996 4. Jamar Brittingham 1,435 2007 5. Marques Glaze 1,354 2000 6. Marques Glaze 1,327 2001 7. Derrick Price 1,279 2008 8. Mike Ceroli 1,269 2004 9. Mike Morrucci 1,221 1979 10. Mike Johnson 1,060 1995 11. Mike Ceroli 1,034 2003 12. Jamar Brittingham 1,003 2006 MOST RUSHING YARDS  CAREER Name Yards Years 1. Jamar Brittingham 5,689 2004-2007 2. Irv Sigler 5,034 1994-1997 3. Mike Morrucci 3,586 1976-1979 4. Marques Glaze 3,329 1998-2001 5. Mike Ceroli 3,170 2000-2004 6. Mike Johnson 3,120 1992-1995 7. Arrastene Henry 2,665 1998-2001 8. Tom Martin 2,476 1985-1987 9. Josh Heck 2,115 2003-2007 10. Derrick Price 2,041 2008-present

MOST PASSING YARDS  GAME Name Yards 1. Jeff King 506 2. Eric Miller 415 3. Eric Miller 385 4. Jay DeDea 373 5. Rich Lichtel 360 6. Jay DeDea 358 7. Jay DeDea 354 8. Dan Latorre 350 9. Jack Lydic 345 10. Glen McNamee 341

Date 1992 1999 2000 1984 1967 1987 1986 2009 2003 1996

Opponent Lock Haven New Haven UC Davis + West Chester Mansfield New Haven Lock Haven West Chester East Stroudsburg Shippensburg

MOST PASSING YARDS  SEASON Name Yards Year 1. Rich Lichtel 2,771 1967 2. Eric Miller 2,571 1999 3. Dan Latorre 2,398 2006 4. Jay DeDea 2,321 1987 5. Glen McNamee 2,291 1997 6. Jay DeDea 2,225 1986 7. Alan Eck 2,166 1990 8. Jack Lydic 2,135 2005 9. Eric Miller 2,060 2000 10. Alan Eck 1,996 1989 MOST PASSING YARDS  CAREER Name Yards TDs 1. Eric Miller 7,474 70 2. Dan Latorre 7,370 60 3. Glen McNamee 6,950 57 4. Jack Lydic 5,186 31 5. Rich Lichtel 4,953 43 6. Alan Eck 4,815 33 7. Jay DeDea 4,705 37 8. Mike Glovas 2,943 13 9. Chris Thompson 2,504 26 10. Andrew Herrmann 2,041 12

Years 1997-2000 2006-2009 1993-1996 2002-2005 1965-1967 1989-1991 1983-1986 1983-1985 1998-2001 1999-2002

+ NCAA Playoff Game

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Bloomsburg Record Book All-Time Leaders MOST RECEPTIONS  SEASON Name Recs. 1. Ron Lelko 87 2. Mike Lelko 76 3. Mike Lelko 75 4. Matt Wilson 64 5. Stef Kern 62 6. Mike Lelko 61 7. Buck Eardley 58 8. Ron Lelko 57 Buck Eardley 57 10. Brahin Bilal 54 Rocco Forgione 54

Year 1996 1998 1999 1999 1990 2000 1995 1997 1994 2006 2002

MOST RECEPTIONS  CAREER Name Recs. 1. Mike Lelko 229 2. Buck Eardley 185 3. Ron Lelko 172 4. Bob Tucker 131 5. Jeff Zoranski 128 6. Kevin Grande 123 7. Paul Lonergan 117 8. Stef Kern 109 9. Brahin Bilal 108 10. Mike Blake 107 Tierell Johnson 107

Years 1997-2000 1992-1995 1994-1997 1965-1967 1991-1994 1983-1986 1987-1989 1988-1990 2004-2007 1979-1982 1999-2002

MOST RECEIVING YARDS  CAREER Name Yards Years 1. Mike Lelko 3,151 1997-2000 2. Buck Eardley 3,134 1992-1995 3. Ron Lelko 2,936 1994-1997 4. Brahin Bilal 2,248 2004-2007 5. Bob Tucker 2,126 1965-1967 6. Tierell Johnson 1,952 1999-2000 7. Matt Wilson 1,858 1998-1999 8. Stef Kern 1,762 1988-1990 9. Rocco Forgione 1,642 1999-2002 10. Jeff Zoranski 1,589 1991-1994 11. Kevin Grande 1,570 1983-1986 12. Tierell Johnson 1,408 1999-2002

MOST RECEIVING YARDS  SEASON Name Yards Year 1. Ron Lelko 1,455 1996 2. Matt Wilson 1,345 1999 3. Brahin Bilal 1,183 2006 4. Rocco Forgione 1,075 2002 5. Buck Eardley 1,006 1995 6. Mike Lelko 980 1999 7. Mike Lelko 952 2000 8. Buck Eardley 911 1993 9. Mike Lelko 902 1998 10. Brahin Bilal 883 2007

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NCAA PLAYOFF HISTORY

Bloomsburg Football Playoff History NCAA Regional Final - November ,  California, Pa , Bloomsburg  BLOOMSBURG— Kevin McCabe threw three touchdown passes to lead California, Pa. to a 27-24 win over Bloomsburg in the NCAA Division II Super 1 Regional Final. The Vulcans opened the game on a 10-play, 70-yard scoring drive capped off by a one-yard touchdown plunge by Daine Williams. The extra point attempt was blocked by the Huskies Dave Huot to make the score 6-0 with 10:08 left in the first quarter. On the ensuing drive, Derrick Price broke a 44-yard run down to the 10-yard line, followed by a 10-yard touchdown run by Price on the next play to give Bloomsburg a 7-6 lead. The Vulcans would reclaim the lead on a 15-yard touchdown pass from McCabe to A.J Jackson, making the score 13-7 with 12:06 left in the second quarter. On the ensuing drive, Dan Latorre hit Kyle Ream on a 46-yard yard strike, setting up a 12-yard touchdown pass from Latorre to Price as the Huskies took the lead 14-13. Following a missed field goal by the Vulcans, the Huskies would drive down to the California 38-yard line, but Latorre was intercepted by Cal’s Patrick Swearinger as the Huskies led 14-13 at the half. Jesse Cooper returned the second-half kickoff 81 yards to the California eight-yard line thanks to a touchdown saving tackle by Swearinger. The Huskies settled for a field goal to take 17-13 with 12:30 remaining in the third. On the Huskies next possession, Cal’s Brandon Gordon forced a Price fumble at the Bloomsburg 46-yard line. Three plays later, McCabe found Marcel Pestano for a 16-yard touchdown to give the Vulcans a 20-17 lead. Following a three-and-out by Bloomsburg, Cal would take a 10-point lead when McCabe found Josh Gumbert for a six-yard strike with 36 seconds left in the third quarter. Bloomsburg would answer on the ensuing possession, as Latorre plunged in from a yard out to cut the Cal lead to 27-24. Latorre set up the touchdown with a 32-yard scramble from the Cal 48-yard line. After forcing a Vulcans punt, Latorre directed a 10-play, 54-yard drive with under three minutes remaining in the fourth quarter. On third-and-nine from the Cal 34-yard line, Latorre scrambled to the eight-yard line, but was separated from the football by the Vulcans Darren Burns. The ensuing fumble was recovered by Cal’s Brandon Gordon. From there, Cal would run out the clock and preserve the victory. Latorre completed 9 of 14 passes for 141 yards and a touchdown as well as rushing for 82 yards. Derrick Price rushed for 112 yards and scored two touchdowns, one rushing and one receiving.

California (Pa.) HUSKIES 1st 2nd

CAL BU CAL BU

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F 27 24

D. Williams 1 yd. run (kick blocked) D. Price 10 yd. run (J. Koenig kick) AJ Jackson 15 yd. pass from K. McCabe (K. Hagerman kick) D. Price 12 yd. pass from D. Latorre (J. Koenig kick) J. Koenig 20 yd field goal Marcel Pestano 16 yd. pass from K. McCabe (K. Hagerman kick) Josh Gumbert 6 yd. pass from K. McCabe (K. Hagerman kick) D. Latorre 1 yd. run (J. Koenig kick)

RUSHING: CAL.-Daine Williams 27-145; Windell Brown 10-54; Freddie Bacco 1-2; Kevin McCabe 1-minus 1; TEAM 1-minus 2. BU-Derrick Price 18-112; Dan Latorre 9-82; Kenny Domzalski 11-45; Stefan Adams 2-3. PASSING: CAL.-Kevin McCabe 22-29-0-184. BU-Dan Latorre 9-14-1-141. RECEIVING: CAL-Marcel Pestano 8-84; AJ Jackson 6-67; Eddie Welch 4-20; Josh Gumbert 2-7; Windell Brown 1-4; Daine Williams 1-2. BU.-Kyle Ream 3-64; Derrick Price 3-41; Ben Weaber 2-20; Stefan Adams 1-16.

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Bloomsburg Football Playoff History NCAA Second Round - November ,  Bloomsburg , West Chester  BLOOMSBURG—Dan Latorre passed for 190 yards and three touchdowns and defensive back Jesse Cooper partially blocked the game-winning field goal attempt with a minute to play as Bloomsburg defeated West Chester, 21-20, in an NCAA Division II playoff second round game. Cooper’s blocked kick came following a long West Chester drive that started at its own 4-yard line and came after the Golden Rams defense stopped Bloomsburg, which had a first and goal at the fiveyard line. West Chester moved the ball down field to the Huskies 24-yard line before three straight incomplete passes forced the Golden Rams to attempt a 41-yard field goal. On the play, Cooper came in from the left side and stretched out just enough to deflect the ball and keep it short. West Chester opened the scoring on the game’s first drive when Brent Steinmetz burst through an opening at the line and went 41-yards for a score just 3:39 into the game. The Huskies tied up the game on the ensuing drive when Latorre connected with Ryan Schuck on a 39-yard pass play to cap a 68-yard scoring drive. West Chester regained the lead with no time left in the first quarter when Mike Washington caught a four-yard pass from Zwann to make it 14-7 heading into the second period. Bloomsburg kept pace by knotting the score at 14-14 when Latorre connected with Brahin Bilal on a 22-yard scoring pass with 8:41 to play in the half. However, the tie was short-lived as the Golden Rams needed just 1:35 to take the lead for the third time in the game with Zwann directing a drive capped by a 21-yard scoring pass. However, in what proved to be the difference in the game, the extra point try was not successful, following a bobbled snap, giving the visitors a 20-14 advantage. The Huskies then put together a 13-play, 80-yard drive with Latorre hitting Bilal with a five-pass for the score, and with the extra point by Jon Koenig, Bloomsburg went to the locker room with a 21-20 lead. In the second half, neither team had a scoring threat till the Golden Rams had a first and goal at the Huskies eight-yard line midway through the fourth period. But, after two rushes gained just one yard and Zwann was sacked for a 14-yard loss, a 37-yard field goal try by Alex Walsh was wide left keeping the game at 21-20. Latorre finished the day 12 of 18 for 190 yards and three scores, while Brittingham totaled 132 yards on the ground.

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B. Steinmetz 41 yd. run (A. Walsh kick) R. Schuck 39 yd. pass from D. Latorre (J. Koenig kick) M. Washington 4 yd. pass from B. Zwaan (A. Walsh kick) B. Bilal 22 yd. pass from D. Latorre (J. Koenig kick) C. Clark 21 yd. pass from D. Millard (T. Downs rush failed) B. Bilal 5 yd. pass from D. Latorre (J. Koenig kick)

RUSHING: WCU-Brent Steinmetz 22-148; Bran. Hargrose 4-29; Bill Zwaan 5-9; Mke Washington 1-2; Andy Groce 1-0; Matt Burdalski 1-minus 7. BU-J. Brittingham 24-132; Josh Heck 7-36; Dan Latorre 12-24; Kyle Ream 1-7; Brad Nailor 1-2; Stefan Adams 1-2; TEAM 2-minus 1. PASSING: WCU-Bill Zwaan 13-25-1-204; Matt Burdalski 0-1-0-0. BU-Dan Latorre 12-28-0-190. RECEIVING: WCU-Mike Washington 6-57; Cody Clark 3-82; Eric Ruffenach 2-18; Ryan Paulson 1-38; Steven Miller 1-22; Brent Steinmetz 1-8. BU-Brahin Bilal 6-104; Luke Kuklick 3-38; Ryan Schuck 1-39; Stefan Adams 1-5; Greg Masters 1-4.


NCAA PLAYOFF HISTORY

Bloomsburg Football Playoff History NCAA Regional Final - December ,  Bloomsburg , Shepherd  SHEPHERDSTOWN, WV—Different week, same type of game and the same result. That pretty much sums up Bloomsburg’s 24-21 win over Shepherd in the NCAA Division II football quarterfinal playoff game. With the win the Huskies advance to the national semi-finals for the first time since the 2000 season. Jamar Brittingham’s four-yard, fourth quarter touchdown run provided the winning margin in the victory. The junior rushed for 171 yards on 33 carries versus Division II’s top squad in scoring defense and total defense. It looked like it would be an offensive shootout as both teams quickly marched down the field on their opening possessions. A Tyler Lazear five-yard pass to Mark Springirth capped off Shepherd’s opening drive and put the Rams on top 7-0. The Huskies needed only seven plays to knot the score. Josh Heck completed the 65-yard drive with a 12-yard burst. Jon Koenig’s extra point tied the game with 6:18 left in the first quarter. A 37-yard Dan Latorre to Brahin Bilal touchdown strike on fourth down gave Bloomsburg their first lead with 1:32 in the first quarter. Koenig’s extra point was blocked to leave the Husky edge at 13-7. Later in the first, Lazear threw a 53-yard TD pass on the quarter’s final play. The PAT put the Rams back on top 14-13. The defenses settled in during the second quarter with only Koenig’s 33-yard field goal accounting for the lone second quarter points to help Bloomsburg go into the locker room with a 16-14 edge. The Huskies opened the second half on the march, but safety Dan Peters spoiled the drive with the first of his three interceptions. Nine plays later, Wallace capped off the drive with a three-yard touchdown rush on fourth-and-short. The PAT made it 21-16 midway through the third quarter. A pair of completions to Bilal were the keys to the Huskies’ game-winning drive. A 13-yard catch on 3rd-and-6 prolonged the march, but it was a 44-yard bomb down to the Ram 4-yard line. Brittingham easily went across for the score from there. It was Brittingham again on the two-point conversion to make it 24-21 with 3:36 left. Shepherd would have two more opportunities, but the Bloomsburg defense responded with a pair of picks of their own to give the Huskies the win.

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SHEP BU BU SHEP

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BU SHEP BU

1 13 14

2 3 0

3 0 7

4 8 0

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M. Springirth 5 yd. pass from T. Lazear (R. Schmitt kick) Josh Heck 12 yd. run (J. Koenig kick) B. Bilal 37 yd. pass from D. Latorre (kick blocked) D. Wallace 53 yd. pass from T. Lazear (R. Schmitt kick) Jon Koenig 33 yd. field goal D. Wallace 3 yd. run (R. Schmitt kick) J. Brittingham 4 yd. run (J. Brittingham two-point run)

RUSHING: BU-Jamar Brittingham 33-171; Josh Heck 3-21; Dan Latorre 4-10; Stefan Adams 1-7; TEAM 1-minus 1. SHEP-Dervon Wallace 18-64; Bryan Wright 7-38; Tyler Lazear 3-8; Mark Springirth 1-6 PASSING: BU-Dan Latorre 11-19-3-221; SHEP-Tyler Lazear 14-29-2-156; TEAM 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING: BU-Brahin Bilal 6-137; Luke Kuklick 2-35; J. Brittingham 1-19; Greg Masters 1-10; Stefan Adams 1-0. SHEP-Mark Springirth 4-36; Dervon Wallace 2-71; John Sheehan 2-7; Ryan Lavin 2-6; Anthony Thomas 1-12; Chadd Wood 1-12; Bryan Wright 1-8; John Hinton 1-4.

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Bloomsburg Football Playoff History NCAA National Semifinals - December ,  Northwest Missouri State , Bloomsburg  MARYVILLE, MO— Xavier Omon rushed for 149 yards and two scores to lead Northwest Missouri State to a 33-3 win over Bloomsburg in the NCAA Division II national semifinals. The win puts the Bearcats in the NCAA Division II title game for the second straight season. The loss ended the Huskies 12-game winning streak and denied them their second trip to the title game this decade. Bloomsburg opened the game by recovering the onside kick, but could not move the ball and were forced to punt. Northwest then needed just six plays to march 63 yards for the game’s opening score. The drive was capped by a one yard run from Omon with 10:40 left in the first quarter. After forcing a three and out on Bloomsburg’s second drive of the game, the Bearcats moved to the Huskies 15-yard line, but were forced to settle for a 31-yard field goal by Tommy Frevert to make it 10-0 with 1:17 left in the period. Bloomsburg mounted a drive on its third series of the game and drove to the Northwest 22-yard line with the key play being a 21yard reception by Ryan Schuck on a pass from Latorre. However, the drive stalled and the Huskies had to settle for a career-long 42-yard field goal by Jon Koenig to make it 10-3 with 12:54 left in the half. Northwest answered back on its next drive driving to the Bloomsburg seven-yard line where Frevert connected on a 27-yard field goal for a 13-3 lead for the Bearcats. Northwest added two third period field goals and two fourth quarter touchdowns to win by a 33-3 score.

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X. Oman 1 yd. run (T. Frevert kick) Tommy Frevert 31 yd. field goal Jon Koenig 42 yd. field goal Tommy Frevert 27 yd. field goal Tommy Frevert 31 yd. field goal Tommy Frevert 23 yd. field goal X. Oman 1 yd. run (T. Frevert kick) R. Robinson 12 yd. pass from J. Matthews (T. Frevert kick)

RUSHING: BU-Jamar Brittingham 15-56; Marc Best 3-0; Dan Latorre 11- (-33). NWMS-Xavier Oman 29-149; Sheldon Cook 7-30; Josh Matthews 4-0. PASSING: BU-Dan Latorre 8-19-0-115; Jamar Brittingham 1-1-0-53; Brahin Bilal 0-1-0-0. NWMS-Josh Matthews 23-321-252. RECEIVING: BU-Brahin Bilal 5-104; Jamar Brittingham 2-35; Ryan Schuck 1-21; Greg Masters 1-8. NWMS-EJ Faulkner 8-91; R. Robinson 6-78; Kendall Wright 5-43; Xavier Oman 1-17; Abe Qaoud 1-15; Mike Peterson 1-6; Zach Sherman 1-2.


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Bloomsburg Football Playoff History NCAA Second Round - November ,  East Stroudsburg , Bloomsburg  BLOOMSBURG- Bloomsburg University’s undefeated season came to an end in the second round of the NCAA Playoffs with a 52-39 loss to conference-rival East Stroudsburg. On the opening drive of the game, Bloomsburg’s Dominick Esgro forced Terwilliger 15 yards back into ESU’s end zone where Bloomsburg was credited with a safety on an intentional grounding penalty putting the Huskies ahead, 2-0 just 12 seconds into the game. Bloomsburg then added two Garrett Bloom field goals in the first quarter to make the score 8-0. ESU answered back with 12-play, 87-yard drive that was capped by a seven-yard touchdown run from Terwilliger. On the opening drive of the second quarter, the Warrior’s Zach McDowell blocked a Bloomsburg punt that was returned by Tyree Townes for a touchdown, giving ESU a 14-8 lead. Bloomsburg countered with a two yard touchdown run from Brittingham putting the Huskies back on top 15-14. East Stroudsburg scored again with just over a minute left to put the Warriors up 21-15 going into the locker room. The Huskies opened the second half with two touchdowns in under four minutes regaining the lead 29-21. Brittingham ran 21-yards for the first score and the second came on a Jack Lydic pass to Brad Bowman for a 16-yard touchdown. On their next drive, East Stroudsburg narrowed the Huskies lead to one on a three-yard pass from Terwilliger to Ben Culver. Bloomsburg added another Garrett Bloom field goal to push the Huskies lead to 32-28 at the end of the third quarter. John Glenn picked off a Lydic pass to open the fourth quarter and set up a 40-yard touchdown pass from Terwilliger to Evan Prall. The score put the Warriors back on top 35-32 where they would stay for the rest of the game. Bloomsburg was forced to punt on their next possession and the Warriors added their second-straight score on a 27-yard reception to Prall to increase the ESU lead to 42-32. Zach Toomey recovered a Lydic fumble on Huskies next possession with Anthony Carfagno scoring on a one-yard run giving the Warriors a 52-32 lead. Bloomsburg scored on a 15-yard touchdown pass from Al West to Luke Kuklick to make the final score 52-39.

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TEAM safety Garrett Bloom 23 yd. field goal Garrett Bloom 29 yd. field goal J. Terwilliger 7 yd. run (M. Brubaker kick) Townes 7 yd. blocked punt return (M. Brubaker kick) J. Brittingham 2 yd. run (Garrett Bloom kick) Ogden, 19 yd. pass from J. Terwilliger (M. Brubaker kick) J. Brittingham 21 yd. run (Garrett Bloom kick) B. Bowman 7 yd. pass from J. Lydic (Garrett Bloom kick) Culver 3 yd. pass from J. Terwilliger (M. Brubaker kick) Garrett Bloom 34 yd. field goal E. Prall 40 yd. pass from J. Terwilliger (M. Brubacker kick) E. Prall 27 yd. pass from J. Terwilliger (M. Brubaker kick) Brubacker 43 yd. field goal A. Carfagno 1 yd. run (M. Brubacker kick) L. Kuklick 15 yd. pass from A. West (M. Brubaker kick)

RUSHING: ESU-Carfagno 19-170; Lucas 11-28; Jim Terwilliger 9-9; TM 1-minus 2. BU-J. Brittingham 29-200; Brad Nailor 2-25; Josh Heck 4-7; Jake Engle 1-3; Tony Ruth 2-2; Al West 2-minus 3; Jack Lydic 7-minus 5. PASSING: ESU-Jim Terwilliger 16-25-1-224. BU-Jack Lydic 16-26-2-264; Al West 2-2-0-47. RECEIVING: ESU-Prall 6-110; Strenfel 3-33; Culver 3-32; Carfagno 3-30; Ogden 1-19. BU-Donny Patrick 6-155; J. Brittingham 4-32; Brad Bowman 2-45; Luke Kuklick 2-21; Ryan Schuck 2-15; Kevin Keating 1-32; Greg Masters 1-11.

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Bloomsburg Football Playoff History NCAA First Round - November ,  Grand Valley State , Bloomsburg  ALLENDALE, MI—Tailback Reggie Spearmon rushed for three touchdowns to lead Grand Valley State to a 42-14 win over Bloomsburg University in a NCAA Division II first round game. The Lakers first score of the game came when corner back Darren Smith intercepted a Chris Thompson pass and returned it 35 yards to put Grand Valley up 7-0 with 3:28 left in the first. The Huskies answered as Chris Thompson hit Darryl Williams with an 18-yard scoring pass to tie the game at 7-7 after Tim Oliver’s point after with 1:52 left in the first. The Lakers next score came in the first play of the second period as Curt Anes hit David Kircus on a crossing pattern to gain a 14-7 lead. On the Lakers’ next possession Anes scrambled out of the pocket and raced to the end zone, for another score, leaving Grand Valley ahead 21-7. The Lakers’ last touchdown of the second period came as Reggie Spearmon ran the ball in from one yard out to make it 28-7. The Huskies answered Grand Valley’s scoring drive as Thompson hit Rocco Forgione with an 11-yard scoring pass to make it 28-14 with 57 seconds left in the half. With 3:01 left in the third period, Spearmon bulled his way into the end zone for another touchdown, to make it 35-14 with the point after. Three plays later, Spearmon scored his third touchdown of the day to make it 41-14, after the extra point, with 55 seconds left in the third period. Grand Valley managed to keep the Huskies scoreless for the second half and maintain their lead until the end of the game.

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Darren Smith 35 yd. interception return (Kevin Sonntag kick) Darryl Williams 18 yd. pass from Chris Thompson (Tim Oliver kick) David Kircus 10 yd. pass from Curt Anes (Sonntag kick) Anes 29 yd. run (Sonntag kick) Reggie Spearmon 1 yd. run (Sonntag kick) Rocco Forgione 11 yd. pass from Thompson (Oliver kick) Spearmon 1 yd. run (Sonntag kick) Spearmon 4 yd. run (Sonntag kick)

RUSHING: GV: Reggie Spearmon 24-100; Brent Lesniak 1463; Curt Anes 7-58; M. Tennessee 3-9; Todd Wogciechowski 4-11. BU: Marques Glaze 18-63; Arrastene Henry 6-32; Jamison McLaughlin 2-6; Doug Werner 1-3; Team 1-0; Chris Thompson 1-0. PASSING: GV: Curt Anes 17-12-0-187; Todd Wogciechowski 8-4-2-90. BU: Chris Thompson. RECEIVING: GV: David Kircus 8-172; Tyrone Hibbler 3-61; Reggie Spearmon 2-28; Brent Lesniak 2-10; Terrance Banks 1-6. BU: Rocco Forgione 7-107; Tierell Johnson 5-30; Marques Glaze 4-51; Darryl Williams 2-26; Jamison McLaughlin 1-0.

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Bloomsburg Football Playoff History NCAA First Round - November ,  Bloomsburg , Saginaw Valley  BLOOMSBURG--Quarterback Eric Miller threw five touchdown passes and ran for another, leading Bloomsburg to a 46-32 come-frombehind win over Saginaw Valley State in the first round of the NCAA Division II playoffs. Bloomsburg started fast in the game, taking advantage of a long opening kickoff return by Bryant Stone setting up a five-play, 43-yard scoring drive. Miller hit Mike Lelko with a six-yard pass to complete the drive with 12:24 left in the first. With the visitors coming back to take a 14-7 lead, Bloomsburg scored on the first play of the second quarter when Marques Glaze scored on a 14-yard scamper. The extra point was blocked leaving the Cardinals with a 14-13 advantage. Trailing 24-13, the Huskies closed the deficit to 24-19 with 3:14 left before halftime when Rocco Forgione took a screen pass and went 15 yards for a score. Bloomsburg took the lead on its first possession of the second half moving 93 yards in just four plays. A big play in the drive was a 59-yard pass completion from Miller to Tierell Johnson, giving Bloomsburg the ball at the Cardinals’ 32-yard line. Two plays later, Darryl Williams caught a 27-yard pass from Miller, giving Bloomsburg the lead at 2524, after the missed two-point conversion. Bloomsburg made it 32-24 later in the period, marching 80 yards in six plays with Miller going over from one-yard out with 4:49 to play in the third. The Cardinals tied the game at 32-32 in the fourth period when Bridges scored on a one-yard run with 11:10 left to play in the game. Later in the period, Miller hit Johnson with a 26-yard pass, giving Bloomsburg a 39-32 advantage with 5:38 to play. Then with just over a minute left to play, the Huskies sealed the win with Miller hitting Lelko with his second touchdown catch of the day, making the final score 46-32.

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Mike Lelko 6 yd. pass from Eric Miller (Chris Thompson kick) Damion Bridges 1 yd. run (Eric Houle kick) Travis McAlpine 23 yd. pass from Matt LaFleur (Houle kick) Marques Glaze 14 yd. run (kick blocked) Houle 22 yd. field goal Keath Bartynski 2 yd. run (Houle kick) Rocco Forgione 15 yd. pass from Miller (pass failed) Darryl Williams 27 yd. pass from Miller (pass failed) Damion Bridges 1 yd. run (Brian Dolph pass) Tierell Johnson 26 yd. pass from Miller (Thompson kick) Lelko 24 yd. pass from Miller (Thompson kick)

RUSHING: SVU: Damion Bridges 17-48; Keath Bartynski 7-19; Matt LaFleur 17-13; Brad Labadie 4-11; Ruvell Martin 1-1. BU: Marques Glaze 22-186; Arrastene Henry 10-57; Eric Miller 4-15; Doug Werner 2-7; Jamison McLaughlin 1-(-8). PASSING: SVU: Matt LaFleur 48-29-0-357; Scott Feldmann 2-0-1-0; Jeff Griffis 1-1-0-10. BU: Eric Miller 27-16-0-316. RECEIVING: SVU: Ruvell Martin 9-113; Brian Dolph 7-105; Matt Hoskins 4-46; Damion Bridges 4-37; Travis McAlpine 3-48; Keath Bartynski 2-9; Sean Deegan 1-9. BU: Mike Lelko 7-120; Tierell Johnson 6-148; Darryl Williams 1-27; Rocco Forgione 1-15; Marques Glaze 1-6.

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Bloomsburg Football Playoff History NCAA Quarterfinal - November ,  Bloomsburg , Northwood  BLOOMSBURG—Quarterback Eric Miller threw four touchdown passes and Mike Lelko caught 10 passes for 160 yards and three scores, leading Bloomsburg to a 38-14 win over Northwood (MI) in an NCAA Division II quarterfinal game. Bloomsburg got a 41-yard opening kickoff return from Bryant Stone, giving the Huskies the ball at their own 44-yard line. The Huskies then marched 56 yards in 13 plays with Marques Glaze going in from one yard out to give the home team a 7-0 lead. The Timberwolves answered with a 49-yard kickoff return from Pernell Jackson giving Northwood the ball at the Bloomsburg 49-yard line to start their first drive. Six plays later, Bryant Lawrence scored on a one-yard run knotting the game at 7-7. Bloomsburg quickly regained the lead on its next possession, moving 62 yards in six plays with Lelko catching a 21- yard pass from Miller making it 14-7. After the Huskies forced a punt on the Timberwolves’ next possession, Bloomsburg increased its lead to 21-7 when Lelko caught an 11-yard pass from Miller. After a Northwood interception in the endzone stopped a scoring drive, the Huskies moved 80 yards in eight plays with Lelko catching an eight-yard pass from Miller, giving Bloomsburg a 28-7 lead with 6:52 to play in the half. After a Northwood punt, the Huskies moved down field and got a career-long 36-yard field goal from Chris Thompson sending the Huskies to the locker room with a 31-7 lead. In the fourth, a 99-yard touchdown run brought Northwood to within 17, at 31-14. Bloomsburg’s final score came when Tierell Johnson caught a 10-yard scoring pass from Miller.

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Marques Glaze 1 yd. run (Chris Thompson kick) Bryant Lawrence 1 yd. run (Shaun Sjulstad kick) Mike Lelko 21 yd. pass from Eric Miller (Thompson kick) Lelko 11 yd. pass from Miller (Thompson kick) Lelko 8 yd. pass from Miller (Thompson kick) Thompson 36 yd. field goal Chad Coons 99 yd. run (Sjulstad kick) Tierell Johnson 10 yd. pass from Miller (Thompson kick)

RUSHING: NU: Chad Coons 1-99; Bryant Lawrence 7-42; Glenie Cross 7-38; Jason Martin 13-14; Scott Debbs 4-5; Pernell Jackson 3-4; George Cannon 1-2. BU: Marques Glaze 26-100; Arrastene Henry 13-62; Doug Werner 4-22; Solomon Melson 2-18; Jamison McLaughlin 3-;, Eric Miller 3-4; Tierell Johnson 1-(-1). PASSING: NU: Jason Martin 21-8-2-125; Scott Debbs 4-1-11. BU: Eric Miller 35-23-0-274 RECEIVING: NU: Jason Abbate 4-29; Ron Hunter 2-52; George Cannon 2-19; Scott Debbs 1-26. BU: Mike Lelko 10-160; Tierell Johnson 8-90; Rocco Forgione 2-15; Marques Glaze 2-5; Allen Lechthaler 1-4.

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Bloomsburg Football Playoff History NCAA Semifinal - December ,  Bloomsburg , UC Davis  DAVIS, CA—Bloomsburg scored 29 unanswered points in the fourth period to rally past UC Davis, 58-48, in an NCAA Division II semifinal playoff game. The Huskies trailed 48-29 entering the final period of the game. In the fourth period, Bloomsburg outgained the Aggies 176 to 63 in total offense while producing touchdowns on four of its final five drives, the fifth coming as the Huskies ran out the clock. Trailing 48-29, Bloomsburg pulled to within 48-36 when Eric Miller connected with Mike Lelko on a one-yard pass with 12:38 to play. After forcing an Aggie punt, Bloomsburg marched 65 yards in eight plays with Darryl Williams taking a handoff and going 18 yards for the touchdown. Chris Thompson’s extra point brought the Huskies’ to within 48-43. Bloomsburg’s defense forced a punt with the Huskies taking over at their own 37-yard line. Five plays later Miller hit Johnson with a 15yard scoring pass. Going for two, Miller hit Lelko with a diving pass in the corner of the endzone giving Bloomsburg a 51-48 lead. The Huskies defense then came up with a fumble recovery by Brian Sims giving Bloomsburg the ball deep in Aggie territory. Marques Glaze then ran 19 yards for a score, giving Bloomsburg a 58-48 lead with 1:50 to play. UC Davis had one last gasp, but, after driving to the Bloomsburg 19yard line, O’Sullivan was intercepted for the third time in the game, with Luke Murray making the play. Bloomsburg then gained a first down and ran out the clock to cap the most improbable win in school history.

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Brown 4 yd. run (Friend kick) Arrastene Henry 12 yd. run (Thompston kick) Enos 3 yd. run (Friend kick) Mike Lelko 20 yd pass from Miller (kick blocked) Smith 7 yd. pass from O’Sullivan (Friend kick) Chris Thompson 24 yd. field goal Gallagher 1 yd. run (Friend kick) Darryl Williams 75 yd. pass from Miller (kick failed) Oliva 4 yd. pass from O’Sullivan (Friend kick) Tierrel Johnson 12 yd. pass from Miller (Thompson kick) Brown 1 yd. run (Friend kick) Pattterson 67 yd. fumble return (Friend kick) Mike Lelko 1 yd. pass from Miller (Thompson kick) Darryl Williams 18 yd. run (Thompson kick) Tierrel Johnson 15 yd. pass from Miller (Lelko 2pt pass) Marques Glaze 19 yd. run (Thompson kick)

RUSHING: UCD: O’Sullivan 11-79; Brown 22-77; Enos 1-12; Gallagher 1-1. BU: M. Glaze 31-184; D. Williams 2-62; A. Henry 9-26; T. Berry 1-13; J. McLaughlin 2-5; Team 2- (-4); E Miller 1- (-16). PASSING: UCD: J.T. O’Sullivan 36-22-3-285. BU: Eric Miller 43-23-2-385 RECEIVING: UCD: Enos 8-141; Oliva 5-70; Ojo 4-34; Brown 3-27; Smith 2-13. BU: T. Johnson 8-123; M. Lelko 6-56; R. Forgione 3-24; D. Williams 2-89; M. Glaze 2-67; B. Sullivan 2-26/

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Bloomsburg Football Playoff History NCAA Division II Championship Game - December ,  Delta State , Bloomsburg  FLORENCE, AL—“The bubble burst today.” The words of Bloomsburg coach Danny Hale summed up the Huskies day at the NCAA Division II title game in Florence, AL. That’s where the Huskies lost to the Statesmen of Delta State, 63-34. The day started well enough for the Huskies who took the opening kickoff and moved Bloomsburg 66 yards in six plays with Eric Miller connecting with Mike Lelko for an eight-yard scoring pass. Lelko’s touchdown catch was his eighth of the post-season, a new NCAA Division II record. Delta State responded on its first drive with a quick scoring drive of its own. Quarterback Josh Bright scored on a 35-yard run up the middle of the line. The extra point, though, was missed leaving Bloomsburg with a 7-6 lead. Delta State used some trickery, recovering an on-side kick at the Statesmen’s own 46 on the ensuing kickoff. Bright then directed another scoring drive going in from seven yards out with 5:04 to play in the first. Bright then completed a two-point conversion making it a 14-7 lead for Delta State. The Huskies responded with a long scoring drive on its next possession. Moving 74 yards in just seven plays. Miller hit with a twoyard scoring pass and with the extra-point, tied the game at 14-14. Delta State then scored on its next three possessions to take a 35-14 lead into the locker room at halftime. In the second half, the Huskies opened with a touchdown to close to within, 35-21. However, the Statesmen scored on four consecutive possessions while limiting the Huskies to just one score to take a 63-28 lead. Bloomsburg’s final score came when Arrastene Henry scored from five yards out with 3:32 to play in the game. But, as was the case the entire game, the extra point was blocked making the final, 63-34. Miller set NCAA Division II tournament records for most passing yards (1,237) breaking the mark of Chris Crawford of Portland State in 1988 (1,226). Miller’s three touchdown passes also increased his tournament record to 17. Lelko also set two NCAA tournament records (since broken) after making 10 catches for 87 yards on the afternoon. Lelko finished the tournament with 33 receptions (breaking the mark of 29) and nine touchdowns (breaking the mark of seven).

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Mike Lelko 7 yd. pass from Eric Miller (Thompson kick) Josh Bright 35 yd. run (kick failed) Bright 7 yd. run (James Grubb pass from Bright) Lelko 2 yd. pass from Miller (Thompson kick) Tanny Flowers 1 yd. run (Billy Dorgan kick) Rico McDonald 1 yd. run (Dorgan kick) Jason Franklin 9 yd. run (Dorgan kick) Miller 1 yd. run (Thompson kick) DeForest Hart 2 yd. run (Dorgan kick) Darryl Williams 16 yd. pass Miller (Thompson kick) Bright 25 yd. run (Dorgan kick) Flowers 7 yd. run (Dorgan kick) Gary Smith 18 yd. run (Dorgan kick) Arrastene Henry 5 yd. run (kick failed)

RUSHING: DSU: Josh Bright 22-175; Rico McDonald 19-86; DeForest Hart 8-84; Tanny Flowers 6-59; Trevan Dixon 1-43; Mario Purifoy 3-26; Jeff Smith 2-9; Jason Franklin 2-7; Gary Smith 5-0; Team 1-(-2). BU: Arrastene Henry 9-91; Marques Glaze 12-43; Eric Miller 6- (-1). PASSING: DSU: Josh Bright 11-6-0-80; Jeff Smith 4-3-1-45. BU: Eric Miller 39-23-0-261. RECIEVING: DSU: Jody Jennings 5-66; Jason Franklin 2-35; Rico McDonald 1-15; James Grubbs 1-9. BU: Mike Lelko 1087; Tierell Johnson 5-101; Marques Glaze 2-3; Darryl Williams 2-35; Brian Sullivan 2-26; Allen Lechtahler 1-11.


HUSKIES IN THE NFL Jahri Evans On April 30, 2006 the New Orleans Saints selected Bloomsburg offensive tackle Jahri Evans (left) in the fourth round (108th overall) in the NFL draft. Evans was the first Bloomsburg player to be drafted since 1992, when Eric Jonassen was selected in the fifth round by the San Diego Chargers. After blocking for Division II’s best running back, Jamar Brittingham, at Bloomsburg, Evans is now blocking for Heisman Trophy winner Reggie Bush in New Orleans. Evans is a key figure in an offensive line that has ranked among the NFL’s best units since 2006 and surrendered the fewest sacks in the league over the last three years. An immediate starter since being drafted in the fourth round in 2006, Evans has gone from being a littleknown rookie to an established veteran now considered one of the NFL’s top right guards. Evans has started all 64 games of his NFL career. In the summer of 2010, Evans signed a seven-year, $56 million contract. He was a 2009 Pro Bowl-starter, Associated Press All-Pro, Pro Football Weekly/Pro Football Writers of America Association All-NFL, and The Sporting News All-Pro. In 2006, he was recognized as Pro Football Weekly/PFWAAll-Rookie and Dallas Morning News All-Rookie. Evans was a two-time All-American. In 2005, he helped lead the Huskies to an undefeated regular season and a PSAC East title. Eric Jonassen In 1992, tackle Eric Jonassen was selected in the fifth round by the San Diego Chargers. Jonassen played two years for the Chargers. In 1993, Jonassen played in all 16 games and started in two for the Chargers. His career ended after the 1993 season. At Bloomsburg, Jonassen was an All-American tackle. Mike Morucci Running back Mike Morucci was taken in the seventh round of the 1980 draft by the New Orleans Saints; however, his NFL career was cut short by injury. At Bloomsburg, he graduated as the Huskies and the PSAC all-time leading rusher. His Bloomsburg records stood until 1997 when they was broken by tailback Irv Sigler. Bob Tucker Bob Tucker was not drafted but joined the Giants as a rookie in 1970. He put together a solid 11-year career as a tight end. Tucker had 422 receptions for 5,421 yards and scored 27 touchdowns. In 1971, his 59 receptions ranked second in the league. At Bloomsburg, Tucker was an All-Pennsylvania Conference selection three times. He graduated with nine school receiving records and ranks fourth all-time at BU with 131 receptions. Bob Warner Running back Bob Warner was selected in the 13th round of the 1972 NFL draft by the Denver Broncos. Elmer Kreisser Kreisser became the first Bloomsburg player to be drafted in the NFL when he was taken in the 27th round by the Pittsburgh Steelers. Former Bloomsburg Players in the NFL Year 2006 1992 1980 1972 1970 1950 1949 1949

Round Pick 4 108 5 140 7 177 13 317 Not Drafted 27 346 -----

Name Jahri Evans Eric Jonassen Mike Morucci Bob Warner Bob Tucker Elmer Kreisser Tom Donan Frank Luchnick

Pos. LT OL RB RB TE E G T

Team Saints Chargers Saints Broncos Giants Steelers Steelers Steelers

Tom Donan Donan was the first Bloomsburg player to sign a pro contract when he inked with the Steelers in 1949. Injuries forced him to retire while in camp. Frank Luchnick Luchnick was the second Bloomsburg player to sign a pro contract. He signed with the Steelers and was invited to camp in 1949.

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