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TABLE OF CONTENTS

2011 Bloomsburg University Football Media Guide

Table of Contents ..................................................... 1 Quick Facts / Administration ................................ 2 Staff / About Bloomsburg ....................................... 3 Media Information ................................................... 4 Facilities ..................................................................... 5

The Coaching Staff

Head Coach Danny Hale ........................................ 7 Assistant Coaches .................................................... 9 2011 Pre-Season Roster ........................................13 2011 Season Preview .............................................15

The 2011 Bloomsburg Huskies

Captain Profiles ......................................................18 Offensive Profiles ...................................................20 Defensive Profiles ...................................................31 Special Teams Profiles ...........................................43 Pronunciation Guide .............................................43 2011 Opponent Profiles ........................................45

2010 Season in Review

2010 Recaps .............................................................57 2010 Results / Statistics ........................................70 2010 PSAC Review .................................................78 2010 Regional Award Winners ............................83

The Bloomsburg Tradition

Year-by-Year Results ..............................................85 All-time Series Records ........................................92 Record Book ............................................................95 NCAA Playoff History ........................................100 Huskies in the NFL...............................................114 2011 Schedule......................................... Back Cover

CREDITS

On the cover (clockwise from top): Tyler Guise, Daryl Kurtz, Franklyn Quiteh, Matt Cox, Pat Carey and Oscar Rivera.

All of Bloomsburg’s athletic publications are published by the Office of Communications/University Advancement. Copyright 2011. Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania. This publication was designed by former Intern/Assistant Sports Information Director Paul Blascovich with additional work by 2011-12 Intern/Asst. SID Don Sherman. Written and edited by Sports Information Director Tom McGuire. Some material and editorial work provided by former 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 ...................................................................... 9,500 School Colors ..............................................Maroon & Gold Team Nickname........................................................ Huskies Conference..............................................Pennsylvania State ................................................. Athletic Conference (PSAC) President....................................................Dr. David L. Soltz Athletic Director............................................................. TBA Athletics Affiliation ................................NCAA Division II Football History First Year of Football ...................................................... 1892 All-Time Record.................................................. 530-429-32 Number of PSAC East Championships ......................... 11 All-Americans ..................................................................... 45 Harlon Hill Award Winners ................................................1 Team Facts 2010 Overall Record .......................................................10-3 2010 PSAC East Record ...................................................7-0 Head Coach......................................................... Danny Hale Alma Mater, Year ..................................West Chester, 1968 Record at Bloomsburg ...............................154-52-1 (.745), Year at Bloomsburg .........................................................19th Overall Record .............................................194-65-1 (.748) Year as a Head Coach .....................................................24th

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 Running Backs ..................................................Tony Ianiero Tight Ends ..................................................... Dave Shemaria Starters Returning .............................................................. 12 Starters Lost ........................................................................ 11 Lettermen Returning ......................................................... 45 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

Dr. David Soltz President

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Kathy Heitzman

Associate Director of Athletics

Athletics Department (Area Code 570) Director of Athletics TBA..................................................................389-4050 Associate Director of Athletics Kathy Heitzman ............................................389-4555 Director of Athletic Operations Kevin Wood ..................................................389-4371 Sports Information Director of Sports Information/ Athletic Marketing and Promotions Tom McGuire ...............................................389-4413 Intern/Assistant Sports Information Director Don Sherman ................................................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

Athletic Operations

Tom McGuire

Director of Sports Information/Athletic Marketing/Promotions

Doug Lizardi

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

Athletic Trainer

Roxanna Larsen Athletic Trainer

> Enrollment— Total enrollment is now 9,500, 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.

Dave Huber

Athletic Trainer

> 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 sports@citizensvoice.com Daily Item 200 S. Market St. Sunbury, PA 17801 (570) 286-5671 sports@dailyitem.com Milton Standard 19 Arch St. Milton, PA 17847 (570) 742-9671 sports@standard-journal.com News-Item 701 North Rock St. Shamokin, PA 17872 (570) 648-4641 charlie_r@newsitem.com

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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 sports@pressenterprise.net Standard Speaker 21 N. Wyoming St. Hazleton, PA 18201 (570) 455-3636 Sun Gazette 252 W. Fourth St. Williamsport, PA 17701 (570) 326-1552 sportsdesk@sungazette.com Times Leader 15 N. Main St. Wilkes-Barre, PA 18711 (570) 829-7229 tlsports@timesleader,com

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Bloomsburg Sports Information Tom McGuire > Director of Sports Information, Athletic Marketing and Promotions Email: tmcguire@bloomu.edu Phone: (570) 389-4413 Don Sherman > Intern/Asst. Sports Information Director Email: dsherman@bloomu.edu Phone: (570) 389-2767 Brooke Wilson > Graduate Assistant Email: stsports@bloomu.edu

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ATHLETIC FACILITIES

Huskies Athletic Facilities

Redman Stadium - August 27, 2009 vs. Ashland

The Nelson Field House 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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HEAD COACH DANNY HALE

Danny Hale Head Coach

Danny Hale, one of the winningest coaches in all of Division II, will begin his 19th season at the helm of the Huskies in 2011. Hale also spent five years as head coach at West Chester University. At Bloomsburg, Hale has posted a record of 154-52-1 (.743) and holds the school record for most coaching victories. Overall in 23 years as a head coach he has a mark of 194-65-1 (.747) and is ranked among the top 10 active coaches in NCAA Division II in winning percentage. In his 18 seasons as head coach at Bloomsburg he has led the Huskies to 11 outright or shared Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Eastern Division titles and seven NCAA post-season playoff berths. In 11 seasons (2000-2010) Bloomsburg is one of the most successful NCAA Division II programs with a combined record of 102-28 (.785). A year ago the Huskies won 10 games for the sixth under Hale and the seventh time in school history. The Huskies also captured the PSAC East title for the first time since 2006 and advanced to the second round of the NCAA playoffs after knocking of California (PA) on the road in the opening round. 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 semi-finals. 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 ABC-TV special hosted by Keith Jackson. In 2005, Hale led the Huskies 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. 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. 2011 Huskies Football

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Hale’s Career Record Year School W L T Pct 1984 West Chester 7 3 0 .700 1985 West Chester 7 3 0 .700 1986 West Chester 8 3 0 .727 1987 West Chester 9 2 0 .818 1988 West Chester 9 2 0 .818 1993 Bloomsburg 5 6 0 .455 1994 Bloomsburg 8 3 0 .727 1995 Bloomsburg 9 1 1 .834 1996 Bloomsburg 10 2 0 .833 1997 Bloomsburg 8 2 0 .800 1998 Bloomsburg 5 6 0 .455 1999 Bloomsburg 7 4 0 .636 2000 Bloomsburg 12 3 0 .800 2001 Bloomsburg 9 2 0 .818 2002 Bloomsburg 8 2 0 .800 2003 Bloomsburg 7 4 0 .636 2004 Bloomsburg 7 3 0 .700 2005 Bloomsburg 11 1 0 .917 2006 Bloomsburg 12 2 0 .857 2007 Bloomsburg 7 3 0 .700 2008 Bloomsburg 11 2 0 .846 2009 Bloomsburg 8 3 0 .727 2010 Bloomsburg 10 3 0 .769 TOTALS 194 62 1 .756

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. Last season Hale coached D-II's leading rusher and first team AllAmerican in Franklyn Quiteh. As a freshman Quiteh was the only back at any level of football to rush for more than 2,000 yards. He went on to finish sixth in the balloting for the Harlon Hill Award. 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 four seasons along and helped lead the team to a Super Bowl title in 2010. Since 2009, Evans has enjoyed two of the most decorated seasons for a Saints offensive lineman. He’s been voted to the last two Pro Bowls as a starter, was a 2009 and 2010 first-team All-Pro and is widely regarded as among the NFL’s top linemen. At West Chester Hale posted a mark of 40-13 and won three PSAC East titles and advanced to the NCAA playoffs in 1988.

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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 NCAA Second Rounds; PSAC East Champs

Prior to West Chester, Hale was an offensive line and defensive 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.


ASSISTANT COACHES Paul Darragh

Asst. Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Paul Darragh enters his 15th 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 seven of the past 10 seasons, including back-to-back second place finishes in 2000 and

2001 and a second place in 2009. The Huskies have also ranked among the best in the PSAC in run defense finishing first or second five times, including second each of the last two seasons. 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). In 2010 the Huskies were eighth in Division II in rushing defense (85.38 yards per game.) Darragh has also coached the last two PSAC East Defensive Players of the Year in Anthony Smith (2009) and Mike Varanavage (2010). 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 eighth season as offensive coordinator in 2011. During his tenure as offensive coordinator the Huskies offense has among the best in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) and ranked among the top teams in Division II. His offenses have led the PSAC in scoring, total yards, rushing yards, rushing TD’s, passing efficiency and red zone offense several times and nationally the Huskies have ranked in the top 10 of Division II in rushing yards per game five times, including number one in 2005. In 2010, for the fourth time in the past seven years, the Huskies averaged more 30 points a game finishing second in the PSAC with 36 points a game. BU led the PSAC in total yards (5,385), was second in TD’s scored (59) and third in total offensive yards a game (414). The 685 yards of total offense vs. Kutztown ranked first in the PSAC in 2010 for most yards in a game. Under Pajic’s guidance back Franklyn Quiteh led NCAA Division II in rushing yards per game with a mark of 155 yards and was the only rusher in any NCAA football division to surpass 2,000 yards on the year. Pajic has also coached Jamar Brittingham, the PSAC’s all-time leading rusher and two-time Eastern Division Offensive Player of the Year. Brittingham ended ending his career with 5,689 yards rushing yards, 516 points scored and 6,867 all-purpose yards. As

a sophomore in 2005 he led Division II in rushing yards per game with 187.5 and was named first team AP Little All-America. He was also a two-time national finalist for the Harlon Hill Award as the nation's top Division II player and finished third in the balloting following the 2005 season. In all Brittingham set 28 school and conference records and ended his career 14th all-time in career rushing yards in Division II history. Since 2004, the Huskies offense has produced 10 AllAmericans, five All-Region selections, three Harlon Hill finalists, two PSAC East Player of the Year awards, three PSAC East Rookie of the Year awards, 40 PSAC East All-Conference selections and have set 30 school and conference records. Pajic, a 1991 Bloomsburg graduate, came to the Huskies after spending four years as the wide receivers coach at University of South Florida. While there 29 school records were set and two players earned All-American and one Academic All-American honors. Prior to working at USF Pajic spent one season as the offensive coordinator at Wilkes University, one season at Hofstra University, four years at Fordham University and one year at Gettysburg College. At Wilkes in 1999, Pajic helped the Colonels to a 7-4 record and the ECAC Southeast title. Post season honors included a MAC Player of the Year, five all conference selections and two Academic All-Americans. While a player at Bloomsburg Pajic set a school record for most receptions in a game with 17 against Lock Haven. Pajic, his wife Juile, daughter Grace, and son, Tommy Jr. reside in Bloomsburg. 2011 Huskies Football

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ASSISTANT COACHES

Brian McBryan

Asst. Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Brian McBryan begins his 19th 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 eighth 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.

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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.


ASSISTANT COACHES

Bill Perkins

Defensive Line/Strength and Conditioning Bill Perkins is in his 18th 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 eighth season at Bloomsburg after a 38-year career working for the NBA. He will be working with the BU kickers after previously serving as the running backs coach. In 2010 under Rush's guidance kicker Dan Fisher set a school singleseason record with 20 field goals, including a school-record five in one game. Rush has also coached AllAmerican running back Jamar Brittingham, the all-time career rushing leader in both Bloomsburg and PSAC history, for four years. Brittingham went on to set 28 school and conference records. 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. 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 and have seven grandchildren.

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Tony Ianiero Running Backs

Tony Ianiero returns to the Huskies coaching staff in 2011 as the team’s running backs coach. Ianiero was previously on the staff in the late 1980’s, but gave up coaching because of his job as Vice President for University Advancement at Bloomsburg. Ianiero previously coached at Bloomsburg from 1987 – 89 serving as outside linebacker coach under Pete Adrian. Previous to Bloomsburg University Ianiero spent 10 years as an assistant coach at the College of New Jersey, the last seven as defensive coordinator. During that period the Lions registered six straight winning seasons, won two conference titles and were ranked nationally with a record of 47-19-2.

Jeff Wardach

Defensive Line

Wardach begins his first season at Bloomsburg after four seasons as a Hokie with the Virginia Tech football team. A native of Pennsylvania, he joined the Virginia Tech football program as a walk on in 2007 playing both defensive tackle and end. During his four year stint the Hokies won three ACC Championships and earned three bids to the Orange Bowl. Early in his career at Virginia Tech he excelled on the scout team and earned Super Iron Hokie, the top-level weight-room award. Wardach believes strength and conditioning are important attributes for success.

A graduate of The College of New Jersey (formerly Trenton State College) Ianiero has both a Bachelor’s degree in History and a Master’s degree in Student Personnel Services. He lettered four years in football and baseball and was inducted into the College’s Hall of Fame as a player and a coach in 1999. Recently retired as President from the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education Foundation in Harrisburg, Ianiero is married to Pam and has three grown children, Jennifer, Kristin and Joseph all graduates of Bloomsburg University. In addition Tony and Pam have three grandchildren. Ianiero is also an “Honorary Alumnus” 1997, from Bloomsburg University.

Dave Shemaria Tight Ends

Shemaria is in his second season coaching the tight ends for the Huskies. A 2006 graduate of Bloomsburg, Shermari was named second team All-PSAC East, second team AllNortheast Region by Daktronics and honorable mention All-American by D2football.com in 2006 after he anchored a Huskies offensive line that paved the way for a rushing offense that averaged 177.8 yards per game on the ground, good enough for third best in the PSAC that season. 12

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Offensive Coordinator Tom Pajic


2011 PRE-SEASON ROSTER 2011 Bloomsburg University Huskies 73 42 4 16 50 9 55 77 33 37 18 87 12 37 35 72 59 34 97 80 66 17 26 26 27 84 75 71 61 6 29 70 39

Alphabetical Roster Allen, Brandon OL Bailey, Rickey LB Boyarsky, Matt OL Boyer, Chris DB Browning, Vince DB Buchert, Alex OL Burkhard, Derek FB Buschi, Lou QB Carey, Pat QB Chromiak, Josh DL Clarke, Brian OL Clift, Sean LB Conway, Jaysen TE Cox, Matt FB Dalberto, Mike DB Daniels, Mark TE Daniels, Trent WR/DB David, Tony LB Davidson, Trevor LB Decena, Bernadain LB DeLuca, Nick FB Dennis, Roy DE Drexler, Braden K Dudley, Tyree DL Feiler, Matt OL Feldman, Ryan LB Finley, Damin DB/RB Fisher, Daniel K/P Fisher, Kyle WR Francola, Marc DL Franks, DaJuan OL Gades, Connor QB Gallimore, Devyn DE Geiger, Ryan OL Gmerek, Jason WR Gmerek, Nick DB Guise, Tyler WR Haverstock, Dan DB Havirlak, Tyler DT Heilig, Matt DE Hoagland, Dakota OL/DL Issah, Seidu DL Jackson, Kyle WR Johnson, Durrell OL Josephs, E.J. OL Kelly, Tim QB Kennedy, Chris DL Knerr, Brady QB Knoblauch, Tyler DB Kurtz, Daryl OL Maggs, Ryan FB

No. Name Yr. 1 Glenn Hutton So. 2 Andre Glover Sr. 4 Chris Boyer Jr. 5 Mike Wagner Sr. 6 Brady Knerr R-Fr. 7 Ryan Dickerson Jr. 8 Cole Parkinson R-Fr. 9 Pat Carey Sr. 10 Sellus Roulhac So. 12 Tony David R-Fr. 16 Vince Browning Sr. 17 Jason Gmerek So. 17 Oscar Rivera Sr. 18 Mike Dalberto So. 19 Kareem Steplight So. 21 JP Patrick So. 22 Eduardo Mateo So. 23 Justin Rivera Sr. 24 Terrell Oglesby Jr. 25 Drew Siegfried So. 26 Nick Gmerek So. 26 Tyler Guise Sr. 27 Dan Haverstock Jr. 28 Franklyn Quiteh So. 29 Tyler Knoblauch R-Fr. 30 Justin Shirk R-Fr. 31 Pat Michael Sr. 32 Eric Thomas R-Fr. 33 Sean Clift Jr. 34 Ryan Feldman Jr. 34 Fernando Natal So. 35 Nick DeLuca R-Fr. 36 Brody Myers R-Fr. 37 Matt Cox Sr. 37 Bernadain Decena So. 38 Ryan Olaf Sr. 39 Ryan Maggs Jr. 40 Jordan Rinehart So. 41 Dave Onorato Sr. 42 Rickey Bailey So. 44 Dylan Manni Jr. 45 Matt Wenrich So. 47 Jeff Owsley Sr. 49 Jake Myers R-Fr. 50 Alex Buchert Jr. 51 Jarrett Pidgeon Jr. 52 Dylan Spangler So. 55 Josh Chromiak Jr. 56 Shaun Moore Jr. 58 Shawn Mitchell R-Fr. 59 Matt Feiler So. 60 Chris Steck So. 61 Chris Kennedy So. 64 Greg Waters So.

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

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

Wt. Hometown/High School 185 Sicklerville, NJ / Paul VI 195 Pottstown / Pottstown 169 Hershey / Hershey 195 Hershey / Hershey 167 Macungie / Emmaus 175 Harleysville / Souderton 170 Boyertown / St. Pius X 205 Loyalsock / Loyalsock Twp. 180 West Chester / West Chester East 232 Allentown / Salisburg 180 Harrisburg / Central Dauphin 176 Hontzdale / Moshannon Valley 180 Bethlehem / Liberty 185 Berwick / Berwick 145 Philadelphia / Frankford 185 Somerset, NJ / Franklin 202 Bethlehem / Bethlehem Catholic 195 Bethlehem / Liberty 170 Philadelphia / Northeast Catholic 186 Glenside / Bishop McDevitt 169 Hontzdale / Moshannon Valley 180 Mechanicsburg / Cumberland Valley 190 York / West York 197 Tobyhanna / Pocono Mountain West 185 Voorhees, NJ / Eastern 235 Harrisburg / Central Dauphin 240 Fairview / Fairview 177 Reading / Muhlenberg 220 Philadelphia / Roman Catholic 207 Aston / JP McCaskey 188 Rio Grande, Puerto Rico / Antilles 229 Allentown / Parkland 230 Akron / Ephrata 225 Lewisberry / Red Land 185 Philadelphia / Arch Bishop Ryan 240 Danville / Danville 232 Beech Creek / Central Mountain 250 West York / West York 240 Hummelstown / Bishop McDevitt 210 Media / Penncrest 234 Bensalem / Bensalem 230 Selinsgrove / Selinsgrove 205 Aston / Sun Valley 205 Glenville / Southwestern 285 Robesonia / Conrad Weiser 225 Barnegat, NJ / Southern Regional 220 Waynesboro / Waynesboro 240 Wind Gap / Pen Argyl 265 Landsdale / North Penn 225 Nazareth / Nazareth 275 Strasburg / Lampeter-Strasburg 275 Mt. Carmel / Mt. Carmel 300 Radnor / Archbishop Carroll 271 Churchville / Council Rock South 2011 Huskies Football

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Marc Francola Matt Sanderson Daryl Kurtz E.J. Josephs Tyree Dudley Brandon Allen Durrell Johnson Brian Clarke Frank Peters Kyle Fisher Matt Marchioni Ryan Stuart Kyle Jackson Mark Daniels Shawn Smith Dylan Stair Ian Murray David McFadden John Pettine Daniel Fisher Matt Boyarsky Derek Burkhard Lou Buschi Jaysen Conway Trent Daniels Trevor Davidson Roy Dennis Braden Drexler Damin Finley DaJuan Franks Connor Gades Devyn Gallimore Ryan Geiger Tyler Havirlak Matt Heilig Dakota Hoagland Seidu Issah Tim Kelly Bryan McCall Brett McMullin Donovan Morris Dai'Shon Munger Chuck Phelan Garrett Pope Gary Postell Shane Quinn Nick Reed William Ridgeway DJ Robinson Mike Russell Jack Sandherr Lamont Seip Rasheen Tookes Christian Whiteside

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

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242 Bloomsburg / Bloomsburg 260 Unionville / Unionville 315 Milton / Milton 290 Glen Mills / Bayard Rustin 335 Philadelphia / Frankford 300 Philadelphia / Frankford 346 Kingston / Wyoming Valley West 305 Hanover / Hanover 294 Berwick / Berwick 185 Denver / Cocalico 200 Wilmington, DE / Brandywine 210 New Tripoli / Allen. Central Catholic 200 Harrisburg / Central Dauphin 245 Sinking Spring / Wilson 260 Harrisburg / Central Dauphin 232 Phillipsburg, NJ / Phillipsburg 195 Lock Haven / Central Mountain 220 Allentown / Allen. Central Catholic 265 Gilbertsville / Archbishop Carroll 190 Liverpool/Central Dauphin 290 Scott Twp/ Lakeland 225 Fayetteville/ Chambersburg 210 East Meadow, NY/ Mercersburg Acad. 250 Mickleton, NJ/ Kingsway Regional 165 Harrisburg/ Susquehanna Twp. 195 Allentown/ Emmaus 225 Berwick/ Berwick 168 Bethlehem/Nazareth 180 Cheltenham/ Milford Academy 260 Philadelphia/ Frankford 190 Unionville/ Unionville 210 Coatesville/ Coatesville 260 / La Salle 240 / Valley View 225 Harrisburg/Central Dauphin/Umass 290 Shoemakersville/ Hamburg 260 Harrisburg/ Central Dauphin 180 Camp Hill/ Cedar Cliff 215 Lititz/ Warwick 237 Pottsville/ Pottsvile Area 165 Philadelphia/George Washington 165 Delran, NJ/ Holy Cross 220 West Chester/ West Chester East 195 / Shikellamy 170 Philadelphia/ Bishop McDevitt 230 / Neshaminy 265 Dallastown/ Dallastown 245 West Chester/ West Chester Rustin 165 Siking Spring/ Conrad Weiser 215 Hamburg/ Hamburg 225 Orefield/ Allentown Cent. Catholic 280 Philadelphia/ Harry S. Truman 200 Philadelphia/ Valley Forge Mil. Acad. 265 Marple Newtown/ Marple Newton

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Manni, Dylan TE Marchioni, Matt WR Mateo, Eduardo RB McCall, Bryan LB McFadden, David DL McMullin, Brett DE Michael, Pat LB Mitchell, Shawn DL Moore, Shaun DL Morris, Donovan DB Munger, Dai'Shon RB Murray, Ian LS Myers, Brody RB Myers, Jake LB Natal, Fernando FB Oglesby, Terrell DB Olaf, Ryan DE Onorato, Dave DE Owsley, Jeff LB Parkinson, Cole WR Patrick, JP DB Peters, Frank OL Pettine, John DL Phelan, Chuck TE Pidgeon, Jarrett LB Pope, Garrett DB/QB Postell, Gary DB/RB Quinn, Shane TE Quiteh, Franklyn RB Reed, Nick OL Ridgeway, William DE Rinehart, Jordan DE Rivera, Justin DB Rivera, Oscar DB Robinson, DJ DB/KR Roulhac, Sellus DB Russell, Mike LB Sanderson, Matt DL Sandherr, Jack TE Seip, Lamont OL Shirk, Justin LB Siegfried, Drew DB Smith, Shawn OL Spangler, Dylan LB Stair, Dylan DL Steck, Chris OL Steplight, Kareem RB Stuart, Ryan WR Thomas, Eric DB Tookes, Rasheen RB Waters, Greg OL Wenrich, Matt FB Whiteside, Christian OL


2011 SEASON PREVIEW

2011 Bloomsburg Season Preview The end of last season came in a way Danny Hale did not likewith a loss in the NCAA playoffs. While he doesn’t like to lose, he understands its part of the game. But losing when you’re not playing at full strength was hard for him to swallow. (The Huskies had their top three wide receivers go down with injury over the final three games of the year.)

organizations and was the only running back in all of college football to gain more than 2,000 yards rushing last season. Quiteh is continuing to get better and wants to improve.

“The end of the season left a sour taste in my mouth,” said Huskies head coach Danny Hale. “It’s tough to see a great season come to an end when your team was as banged up as much as we were. But we used the end of last year as extra motivation this past off-season. I can tell you it got the team through the winter months knowing how close they came to moving on in the playoffs.”

At fullback Matt Cox has emerged as a great blocker and runner who averaged 5.8 yards per carry last year. Cox missed the spring season due to an injury, but will be ready to go in the fall. Matt Wenrich will also see time at fullback, while Ryan Maggs, who returns to the roster, and Brody Myers give the Huskies great depth at the position.

“The 2011 season is a new year and we are working hard to get back to the playoffs,” Hale continued. “We have a lot of returning players at our skill positions led by quarterback Pat Carey and tailback Franklyn Quiteh. I would be disappointed if we did not produce some good numbers barring any unforeseen injuries.” “Defensively we did lose some people to graduation who were key performers, but we have a lot of players ready to set up and fill these roles,” added Hale. OFFENSE QUARTERBACK—Pat Carey was the key ingredient to the Huskies offense a year ago. He is an intelligent, unselfish player who the team believes in. He played hurt at the end of last season, but still maintained his poise. Carey finished with 2,026 yards passing and 24 touchdown throws and just 10 interceptions. Behind Carey will be senior Mike Wagner, a good guy with great character who the team believes in, while the other quarterback already in the system is Brady Knerr, a transfer from Millersville. RUNNING BACK—A year ago Franklyn Quiteh was a little-known third stringer before a series of events moved him into a starting role. Quiteh took the opportunity and went on to be named First Team All-American by several

Franklyn Quiteh

Behind Quiteh will be Eddie Mateo, a transfer from Stony Brook. Mateo had a great spring and fits the offense well.

TIGHT END—BU lost a great one, Ben Weaber, to graduation. But Mark Daniels and Dylan Manni are both returning and have had a lot of experience in the Huskies system. Also look for Tony David and Shawn Smith to see time at this position. OFFENSIVE LINE— Annually the Huskies have one of the best offensive lines in the PSAC. This year should be no exception led by three-year starter Daryl Kurtz at left tackle and second year starter Chris Steck at center. Both Kurtz and Steck were first team All-PSAC East last year. Along with that duo Brandon Allen also is back at right tackle. Also battling for playing time will be Alex Buchert, Brian Brandon Allen Clarke, Matt Feiler and Durrell Johnson, while EJ Josephs and Shawn Smith should be in the rotation of players. Clarke, is a guard who could see time at tackle, while Fieler has great size at 6-6, 300 pounds. Johnson sat out last year, while Josephs and Smith were both red-shirts. WIDE RECEIVER—This is a position that has improved the most from last season for the Huskies. Leading the way is Kyle Fisher who caught 23 passes last year for a team-high 25.4 yards per reception, while Ryan Dickerson, who saw lots of action in the post-season, can make the big plays and gives the team a great deep threat. Others who should play key roles for the Huskies at wide receiver include Tyler Guise, who made 20 catches last year, along with Matt Marchioni, Glenn Hutton, Kyle Jackson and Ryan Stewart.

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DEFENSE DEFENSIVE LINE—The Huskies will be talented on the front line and especially on the ends. John Pettine, who missed spring practice, is back after having a great 2010 campaign which included 7.5 sacks, while Dave Onorato saw action in all 13 games last year and was a key part of the team’s rotation. Ryan Olaf, who saw a great deal of time in 2010, will also be called upon to be a key performer this season. Also look for Pat Michael (moving from linebacker), Jordan Rinehart, Dave McFadden and Josh Chromiak to see time as well. On the inside of the front line five players will be competing for time. Shaun Moore is undersized, but experienced and one of the strongest members of the team, while Chris Kennedy had a great spring. Also, Tyree Dudley is back after taking a year off, while Dylan Stair and Marc Francola will be in the mix. LINEBACKER—The key to the Huskies defense has always been its linebackers. Despite some losses to graduation, Jarrett Pidgeon returns to anchor the middle linebacker spot. Pidgeon was second on the team in tackles with 77 last year and had 4.5 tackles for loss. A group of three others, Ryan Feldman, Sean Clift and Jeff Owsley, will be sharing time at outside linebacker. Feldman has the most experience of the group and made 27 stops last season.

Ryan Olaf (#38)

Dylan Spangler will be backing up at middle linebacker, while Rickey Bailey, Jake Myers, and Justin Shirk will compete for time at outside linebacker. DEFENSIVE SECONDARY—BU is strong in the defensive secondary despite losing some key personnel to graduation. Oscar Rivera, one of the team’s captains, and Vince Browning are returning starters for the Huskies. Rivera was third on the team in tackles with 53, while Browning was sixth with 48. Behind those two will be a solid group of players led by Andre Glover, Terrell Oglesby, JP Patrick and Eric Thomas. Oscar Rivera 16

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At safety, Justin Rivera and Dan Haverstock will move from backups to starting roles this season. Drew Siegfried, who had a good spring, and Tyler Knoblauch will be in the mix. Also look for Sellus Roulhac, who is moving from wide receiver to defense, to see playing time. SPECIAL TEAMS— It was a great start to the career of place kicker Dan Fisher in 2010. As a freshman Fisher set a school record with 20 made field goals (going 2024), while connecting on 31 of 32 extra point attempts. He set a school record Dan Fisher with five made field goals in a game against C.W. Post. Fisher will once again handle the placekicking duties and may see time at punter. If Fisher does not punt, look for Drew Siegfried, a left-footed kicker, to get the nod. Returning as the long snapper is Ian Murray, while Mike Wagner appears to have the inside track as the holder. Return duties will be spread between Kyle Fisher, Tyler Guise and Ryan Dickerson. OVERALL The Huskies once again face a challenging schedule which includes a season-opening visit by Ashland University and a national TV appearance on the road at IUP. Bloomsburg will also play on the road against NCAA-playoff qualifier Kutztown and traditional-rival West Chester. “This is my 19th-year year and I know that we can be successful if we work hard,” said Hale. “We have talent on both sides of the ball and an excellent coaching staff. Of course a team has to stay healthy and have some breaks go our way. I’m looking forward to the 2011 season.”


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CAPTAINS

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PAT

CAREY

Quarterback Sr 6-2 205 Loyalsock • Loyalsock Twp. Communication Studies

From the Coach: Pat Carey had a great season in his first year starting for the Huskies. He exudes tremendous leadership, has a great work ethic and has excellent command of the offense. He is a student of the game and expectations are extremely high for the BU offense in 2011. He is an accurate passer that takes care of the football. He can make every throw and has tremendous poise in the pocket. Pat is a competitor with high expectations 2010: Started all 13 games for the Huskies...Had two or more touchdown passes in 10 straight games...Made first career start against Ashland and completed 14 of 28 passing attempts for a total of 150 yards (9/4)...Completed 8 of 15 passing attempts for a total of 153 yards with two touchdowns against Clarion (9/11)...Completed 13 of 19 passing attempts for 237 yards with two touchdown throws against IUP (9/18)...Completed 11-17 passes for 119 yards with two touchdowns in win over Millersville (9/25)...Ended the game with two touchdowns and completed 6-21 passes for a total of 67 yards in win over East Stroudsburg (10/02)...Was 5-6 for 126 yards and two touchdowns in win over Cheyney (10/9)...Finished with two touchdowns on 14-20 passing for a total of 176 yards in the win over Shippensburg (10/16)...Passed 7-13 for 122 yards and three touchdowns to lead Bloomsburg to a 45-21 victory over West Chester (10/23)...Passed 7-18 for 119 yards and added two touchdowns against C.W. Post (10/30)...Went 11-17 for 236 yards and added two touchdowns in the 61-35 victory over Kutztown (11/6/10)...Rushed for one touchdown and passed for three touchdowns on 22-37 passing for 311 yards against Mercyhurst (11/13)...Completed 8-17 for 99 yards and one touchdown in the 28-26 victory over California (11/20)...Passed for one touchdown on 111 yards passing against Mercyhurst in NCAA Playoffs (11/26)...2009: Did not play (red shirt). Game by Game Comp-Att-Int Pct Yards TD Long Effic Ashland 14-28-2 50.0 150 0 18 80.71 Clarion 8-15-0 53.3 153 2 66 183.01 Indiana (Pa.) 13-19-0 68.4 237 2 68 207.94 Millersville 11-17-0 64.7 119 2 29 162.33 East Stroudsburg 6-21-3 28.6 67 2 32 58.23 Cheyney 5-6-0 83.3 126 2 62 369.73 Shippensburg 14-20-0 70.0 176 2 52 176.92 West Chester 7-13-0 53.8 122 3 47 208.83 C.W. Post 7-18-1 38.9 119 2 42 119.98 Kutztown 11-17-0 64.7 236 2 65 220.14 Mercyhurst 22-37-1 59.5 311 3 76 151.42 California (Pa.) 8-17-3 47.1 99 1 33 80.09 Mercyhurst 9-26-0 34.6 111 1 53 83.17 TOTALS 135-254-10 53.1 2026 24 76 143.46

Carey's Career Passing Statistics: GP-GS Att Comp Pct Yds TD Int LG Avg/G 2010 13-13 254 135 53.1 2026 24 10 76 155.8 TOTALS 13-13 254 135 53.1 2026 24 10 76 155.8

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Oscar RIVERA

Defensive Back Sr Bethlehem • Liberty Business Administration

5-9

180

From the Coach: Voted by his teammates to be a captain, Rivera will enter the 2011 season as a fouryear starter at the corner position. He earned first team All-PSAC honors for the second straight season. Combined with his great work ethic and his knowledge of the game, Rivera’s skill makes him a natural leader amongst his peers. He has improved every year as a player and works just as hard to mentor the younger players. He is involved in the Big Brothers/Big Sisters program in Bloomsburg. 2010: Named first team All-PSAC East for the second straight year....Finished the season with a total of 53 tackles and 16 pass breakups...Started in all 13 games this season for the Huskies...Recorded six tackles and one broken up pass against Ashland (9/4)...Recorded six tackles and two pass breakups against Clarion (9/11)...Made three tackles and caused two passes to be broken up in the win over IUP (9/18)...Recorded one and a half tackles in win over Millersville (9/25)...Recorded two tackles in a win over Cheyney (10/9)...Made three tackles and had one tackle for a loss of 4 yards in win over Shippensburg (10/16)...Recorded three tackles in the win over West Chester (10/23)...Logged five tackles and caused five passes to be broken up in a win over C.W. Post (10/30)...Made four tackles, had an interception, and caused one pass to be broken up in the win over Kutztown (11/6/10)...Led the team in tackles with 11 in victory over California in NCAA Playoffs (11/20)...Recorded five tackles against Mercyhurst in NCAA Playoffs (11/26). 2009: Tied his career-high three times with nine tackles each against Ashland, C.W. Post and Shippensburg...Tallied 10 pass breakups on the year...Named first team All-PSAC East...Led the Rivera's Career Defensive Statistics: Huskies secondary with 58 total tackles. GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks Int FF FR 2010 13-13 38 15 53 2.5 0.0 1 0 0 2009 11-11 39 19 58 3.0 0.0 1 1 0 2008 13-13 38 15 53 3.0 1.0 2 1 0 TOTALS 37-37 115 49 164 8.5 1.0 4 2 0

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

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QUARTERBACKS

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MIKE

WAGNER

Quarterback Sr 6-0 195 Hershey • Hershey Exercise Science

From the Coach: Wagner is an athletic QB that will make a defense defend the whole field. He knows the offense inside and out and possesses many intangibles you need to play QB. He is a leader, has great work ethic and impeccable character. He has excellent working knowledge of the Huskies offense. 2010: Saw action as the backup quarterback in eight games for the Huskies...Completed his only pass attempt for 10 yards against Clarion (9/11)...Completed 1-1 passes for 9 yards and rushed twice for 13 yards against Millersville (9/25)...Passed two times for 21 yards and rushed for 16 yards in win over Cheyney (10/9).

Wagner’s Career Passing Statistics:

GP-GS Att Comp Pct Yds TD Int LG Avg/G 2010 8-0 7 4 57.1 40 0 0 13 5.0 2009 3-0 9 6 66.7 84 0 1 33 28.0 2008 4-0 8 5 62.5 54 1 0 16 13.5 TOTALS 15-0 24 15 64.7 178 1 1 33 19.7

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Brady KNERR

Quarterback r-Fr. Macungie • Emmaus. Undeclared

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.

6-1

167

From the Coach: Knerr transferred from Millersville for the spring semester. He made great strides in spring and picked up the offense very quickly. He is a smart and accurate passer. He continues to improve in the offensive system and will get better with more reps. Has the skills to develop into an excellent QB for the Huskies.

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FRANKLYN

QUITEH

Running Back So. 5-10 197 Tobyhanna • Pocono Mountain West Communication Studies

From the Coach: Quiteh has committed to himself and to his teammates that he is ready to be the offensive work horse again. This spring Quiteh worked tirelessly on his speed, agility, foot work and securing the football. A player with great vision as a runner, Quiteh has set his personal and team goals high with his aspirations to be the best running back in the country in 2011. 2010: Quiteh was named first team Little All-America by the Associated Press and first team All-American by Daktronics...Named to the 2010 D2Football.com and 2010 Don Hansen All-America first team...Chosen as one of nine national finalists for the Harlon Hill Award as the nation's top D-II Player (finishing sixth overall)....Named to the Daktronics All-Super Region 1 first team...Was named PSAC East Freshman of the Year and first team All-PSAC East....Named PSAC East Offensive Player of the Week four times...Led all of Division II in rushing with 156.9 yards per game...Scored 22 touchdowns on the season...Became just the third freshmen to gain more than 2,000 yards in a season (2,015)....Was the only runner in all of college football to rush for more than 2,000 yards during the season....Started all 13 games after going into training camp as the third string back...Rushed for 140 yards on 35 carries against Ashland in season opener (9/4)...Scored first career touchdown on a five yard run against Ashland...Rushed for 218 yards on 15 carries with two touchdowns against Clarion (9/11)...Named PSAC East Offensive Player of the Week (9/13)...Rushed for 91 yards on 22 carries with two touchdowns against IUP (9/18)...Carried 22 times for 226 yards with two touchdowns against Millersville (9/25)...Rushed for a career high 246 yards on 39 carries in the win against East Stroudsburg (10/2)...In addition, was also named the Co-PSAC East Offensive Player of the Week for the second time...Scored two touchdowns and rushed for 122 yards on 12 carryies in win over Cheyney (10/9)...Rushed for 109 yards on 26 carries and scored one touchdown against Shippensburg (10/16)...Rushed for three touchdowns on 29 carries and gained 161 yards to help defeat West Chester (10/23)...Rushed for one touchdown on 25 carries with 134 rushing yards against C.W. Post (10/30)...Named the PSAC East Player of the Week for the third time this season...Logged four touchdowns and rushed for 194 yards in the 61-35 win over Kutztown (11/6)...Rushed for 104 yards on 16 carries with one touchdown against Mercyhurst (11/13)...Scored two touchdowns on 22 carries for 141 yards Quiteh’s Career Rushing Statistics: in victory over California (11/20)...Rushed for one touchdown on 132 yards rushing against Mercyhurst in NCAA Playoffs (11/27)...Named GP-GS No Yds Avg TD LG Avg/G the winner of the Danny Litwhiler Award as the school's top Underclass 2010 13-13 309 2015 6.5 22 68 155.0 Male Athlete and football MVP. TOTALS 13-13 309 2015 6.5 22 68 155.0

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MATT

COX

Running Back Sr Lewisberry • Red Land Exercise Science

5-11

225

From the Coach: After an outstanding 2010 season, Cox will again be the starting fullback this season. Rehabbing from an injury this past spring, Cox never missed a workout and was a mentor on the field to the younger players. He prides himself on his knowledge of the offense and will play to his physical limits. Toughness and a tenacious blocker, Cox is the lead back in making this offense go. When he has the opportunity carry the football he hits defenders with authority. His brother Mike Cox is a running back for the Kansas City Chiefs. 2010: Played in all 13 games for the Huskies...Made one reception for 8 yards against Ashland (9/4)...Rushed for 14 yards on two carries with one touchdown against Clarion (9/11)...Rushed for 17 yards on two carries against IUP (9/18)...Rushed for 18 yards on four carries in win over Millersville (9/25)...Rushed for 30 yards on four carries in the win over East Stroudsburg (10/2)...Rushed for 3 yards on two carries in the win over Shippensburg (10/16)...Rushed for 25 yards on five carries against West Chester (10/23)...Rushed for 41 yards on six carries in the win over C.W. Post (10/30)...Rushed for 32 Cox’s Career Statistics: yards on six carries in win over Kutztown (11/6/10)...Rushed for a total of 193 yards this season for the Huskies. Rushing Receiving GP-GS Att Yds Avg Rec Yds Avg 2009: Backup fullback for the Huskies...Saw action in all 11 games... 2010 13-13 33 193 14.8 3 21 7.0 2009 11-3 5 4 0.8 2 20 10.0 Caught nine-yard pass against Millersville...Made 11-yard reception 2008 9-0 4 29 7.2 1 5 5.0 against Cheyney. TOTALS 33-16 42 226 3.7 6 46 8.3 2008: Recorded career-long 14-yard rush attempt against Millersville.

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EDUARDO

MATEO

Running Back So 5-9 Bethlehem • Bethlehem Catholic Undeclared

202

From the Coach: A transfer from Division 1 Stony Brook University, Mateo showed during spring workouts why he was a highly touted running back following the 2009 season out of Freedom High School in Bethlehem. Mateo runs with speed, great balance and the ability to catch the ball coming out of the backfield. Expect Mateo to explode into the second level of the defensive as he provides the Huskies offense with quality time while backing up Quiteh.

Mateo's Career Rushing Statistics: (Stony Brook)

GP-GS No Yds Avg TD LG Avg/G 2009 3-0 26 154 5.9 0 27 51.3 TOTALS 3-0 26 154 5.9 0 27 51.3

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2009: Played in three games as a true freshman ... Saw his first collegiate action at Massachusetts (9/26) when injuries to Stony Brook's top-two backs put him in the game ... Responded with 56 yards on 11 carries ... Established career-high with 94 yards on 14 carries in win over Presbyterian (10/3).


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RYAN MAGGS

Running Back Jr 6-2 Beech Creek • Central Mountain Criminal Justice

232

From the Coach: A versatile back who is big, strong and smart. Maggs will be used in a number of ways for the Huskies offense. He has the ability and speed to carry the football when Huskies go to the “one” back offense, he will come in a support our goal line offense as a key blocking back and, of course, is a talented fullback chalMaggs' Career Rushing Statistics: lenging for time on the turf. GP-GS No Yds Avg TD LG Avg/G 2008 13-0 11 80 7.3 0 41 6.2 TOTALS 13-0 11 80 7.3 0 41 6.2

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2010: Saw action in three games...Carried three times in game with IUP...Had three carries for 16 yards in win over Millersville.

KAREEM STEPLIGHT

Running Back So Philadelphia • Frankford Business Administration

5-5

145

From the Coach: A running back out of Philadelphia Steplight showed signs of growth as an “I” back. He allowed his athletic ability to lead him to some solid performances during scrimmages against our defense. Featuring quickness and speed, Steplight will look for opportunities to carry the ball for the Huskies this fall. Did not play the Steplight's Career Rushing Statistics: last two seasons. GP-GS No Yds Avg TD LG Avg/G 2010 3-0 6 16 1.7 0 11 3.3 TOTALS 3-0 6 16 1.7 0 11 3.3

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2008: Saw action in all 13 games for the Huskies...Carried once for 16 yards against Ashland...Had a 41-yard carry against Millersville... Rushed twice for five yards against California.

Mike WENRICH

Running Back So Selinsgrove • Selinsgrove Special Education

5-11

230

From the Coach: A strong player, Wenrich pushes himself in the weight room to be in the best condition possible so that he can take on any defender. This spring Wenrich fought for the backup fullback spot. He comes from an Wenrich's Career Rushing Statistics: outstanding high school football program and will be in the middle of the competition this fall. GP-GS No Yds Avg TD LG Avg/G 2010 8-0 9 49 5.4 1 15 6.1 2010: Carried twice for 15 yards against Millerville (9/25)...Rushed five TOTALS 8-0 9 49 5.4 1 15 6.1 times for 29 yards and one score in win over Cheyney (10/9)...Gained five yards in win over Kutztown (11/6)...Also made seven tackles on special teams during the season. 2011 Huskies Football

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BRODY MYERS

Running Back R-Fr Akron • Ephrata Business Education

6-1

230

From the Coach: Myers showed signs this spring that he will be in the competition to backup at fullback. A player with solid physical attributes, Myers was a power lead back for Quiteh, Mateo and Steplight this spring. Myers can be counted on to play at anytime because of his grasp of the offensive concept, which is key to the “I” back attack. His fullback blocking paths are run with precision making him another strong contender for playing time.

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TYLER

GUISE

Wide Receiver Sr 6-0 180 Mechanicsburg • Cumberland Valley History

From the Coach: Guise is a very consistent player that makes minimal mistakes. He has big play potential that will be counted on to produce big numbers in 2011. He runs excellent routes and can separate from defenders. He is a leader in the wide receiver group with an outstanding work ethic. 2010: Played in 12 games for the Huskeis...Made two receptions for a total of 17 yards against Ashland (9/4)...Made two receptions for 45 yards against Clarion (9/11)...Returned two kickoffs for 73 yards with a long of 51 yards...Made a 28 yard catch and returned three punts for 19 yards against IUP (9/18)...Caught 11 yard TD pass in win over Millersville...In addition, returned two punts for a total of 26 yards and returned a kickoff for 27 yards (9/25)...Made one reception for 11 yards in win over East Stroudsburg (10/02)...Made one reception for 30 yards in win over Cheyney (10/9)...Made one catch for a total of 11 yards against Shippensburg (10/16)...Also returned five punts for 31 yards and returned two kickoffs for 49 yards...Made two receptions for 77 yards and one TD against West Chester (10/23)...Made three receptions for 49 yards in vicGuise’s Career Receiving Statistics: tory over Kutztown (11/6/10)...Caught a 23-yard pass for a touchdown in the game against Mercy GP-GS Rec Yds Avg TD LG Avg/G hurst (11/13)...Made four receptions for 52 yards 2010 12-11 20 363 18.1 3 47 30.2 in victory over Cal (PA) (11/20). 2009 5-1 3 27 9.0 0 11 5.4 TOTALS 17-12 23 390 16.9 3 47 22.9

Kick Returns Punt Returns GP Ret Yds Avg TD LG Ret Yds Avg TD LG 2010 12 5 149 29.8 0 51 27 176 6.5 0 42 2009 5 0 0 0.0 0 0 1 19 19.0 0 19 2008 12 10 245 24.5 0 33 1 9 9.0 0 9 TOTALS 29 15 394 26.2 0 51 29 204 7.0 0 42 24

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2009: Saw limited action for the Huskies, appearing in five games...Made two receptions for 20 yards against Millersville...Scored first career rushing attempt against ESU and gained 19 yards. 2008: Saw time as defensive back, recording five tackles, including four unassisted.


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KYLE

FISHER

Wide Receiver Jr. Denver • Cocalico Undeclared

6-0

185

From the Coach: Fisher's athleticism allowed him a dual role as receiver and kick returner. He possesses tremendous speed and had a great off season in the weight room, film study and route concepts. He has the opportunity to have a tremendous season in the pass game. Has excellent size and speed making it tough on defenders. 2010: Caught a 68-yard pass for a touchdown against IUP...Also returned two kickoffs for 45 yards with a long of 27 yards (9/18)... Made two catches for 32 yards in win over Millersville (9/25)...Had a 32-yard reception for a touchdown against East Stroudsburg (10/02)...Caught a 62-yard touchdown pass in win over Cheyney (10/9)...Made two receptions for a total of 18 yards in win over Shippensburg (10/16)...Made three receptions for 75 yards and had a 31-yard kickoff return in the win over West Chester (10/23)...Made one catch for 40 yards in win over C.W. Post (10/30)...Made two receptions for 31 yards in win over Kutztown (11/6/10)...Scored two touchdowns on six receptions for 151 yards againt Mercyhurst (11/13)...Made three catches for 71 yards with one of those receptions resulting in a touchdown in NCAA playoff game against California Fisher’s Career Receiving Statistics: (11/20). GP-GS 2010 11-1 2009 6-0 TOTALS 17-1

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Rec Yds Avg TD LG Avg/G 23 585 25.4 6 76 53.2 1 9 9.0 0 9 1.5 24 594 24.7 6 76 34.9

GLENN

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.

HUTTON

WR So. 6-0 185 Sicklerville, NJ • Pope Paul VI Economics

From the Coach: Hutton w­­­­­orked hard this spring and improved with each rep taken. His work ethic is second-to-none and has high expectations for himself. He is a self-driven competitor. He has the skill set to be an excellent wide receiver. He is a solid special team player and a great addition to the wide receiver group. Glenn’s practice habits and unselfishness make Hutton’s Career Receiving Statistics: everyone around him elevate their play. He will make the wide receiver rotation even better with his drive to be the best. GP-GS Rec Yds Avg TD LG Avg/G 2010 11-0 2 17 8.5 0 9 1.5 2010: Played in 11 games for the Huskies. Made one reception for nine TOTALS 11-0 2 17 8.5 0 9 1.5 yards in win over Millersville (9/25)...Caught one pass for eight yards in NCAA playoff game with Mercyhurst College (11/27).

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RYAN

DICKERSON

Wide Receiver Jr. Harleysville • Souderton Communications

6-0

175

From the Coach: 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. 2010: Returned one kickoff for a total of 21 yards against Ashland (9/4)...Made two receptions for 21 yards in win over Cheyney and returned a kickoff for 36 yards (10/9)...Returned a Dickerson's Career Receiving Statistics: punt for 12 yards against West Chester (10/23)... Made one reception for 33 yards which resulted GP-GS Rec Yds Avg TD LG Avg/G in a touchdown in the game against California 2010 10-0 5 119 23.8 1 53 11.9 (11/20)...Made two receptions for 65 yards against 2009 Did Not Play Mercyhurst in NCAA playoffs (11/26). 2008 6-0 5 59 11.8 0 16 9.8 TOTALS 16-0 10 178 17.8 1 53 11.1 2009: Did not play. Kick Returns Punt Returns GP Ret Yds Avg TD LG Ret Yds Avg TD LG 2010 10 3 74 24.7 0 36 7 52 7.4 0 16 2009 Did Not Play 2008 6 1 28 28.0 0 28 0 0 0.0 0 0 TOTALS 16 4 102 25.5 0 36 7 52 7.4 0 16

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MATT

MARCHIONI

Wide Receiver So. 6-3 Wilmington, DE • Brandywine Finance

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.

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From the Coach: Marchioni has good size and is an excellent route runner. He has a great working knowledge of the offense and has improved each year. He has consistent hands and will be counted on to produce at a high level in 2011. Matt is deceptive with his routes and does a great job catching the ball in traffic. He is a student of the game and works hard to improve daily.

Marchioni's Career Receiving Statistics:

GP-GS Rec Yds Avg TD LG Avg/G 2010 12-0 7 85 12.1 0 29 7.1 TOTALS 12-0 7 85 12.1 0 29 7.1 26

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2010: Caught two passes for 30 yards against Ashland in season opener. (9/4)...Made four receptions for a total of 49 yards in the win against Millersville (9/25).


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Kyle

Jackson

Wide Receiver So. 6-0 Harrisburg • Central Dauphin Mass Communications

200

From the Coach: Jackson broke onto the scene and had a consistent spring. He is an elusive player that is improving with route recognition and defensive coverage’s. He made big plays this spring that showed the athleticism he possesses. He is a strong blocker in the run game and challenge’s defensive backs. He has excellent potential and will have the opportunity Jackson's Career Receiving Statistics: this fall to contribute to the Husky offense. GP-GS Rec Yds Avg TD LG Avg/G 2010 6-0 2 18 9.0 0 9 3.0 TOTALS 6-0 2 18 9.0 0 9 3.0

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DYLAN

2010: Made two receptions for a total of 18 yards against Ashland (9/4)...Saw action in six games for the Huskies.

MANNI

Tight End Jr Bensalem • Bensalem Communication Studies

6-3

240

From the Coach: Manni saw playing time in 2008 and 2009. He has become a dominant blocker and has great hands. He must make a major contribution this fall and is a candidate for post season honors. 2010: Did not play.

Manni’s Career Receiving Statistics: GP-GS Rec Yds Avg TD LG Avg/G 2009 10-1 8 89 11.1 1 33 8.9 2008 11-1 2 25 12.5 0 14 2.3 TOTALS 21-2 10 114 11.4 1 33 5.4

2009: Made at least one catch in five straight games...Caught first touchdown pass at Kutztown on two-yard reception...Caught careerlong 33-yard pass against Millersville. 2008: Saw action as a true freshman, catching passes against East Stroudsburg and Cheyney.

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TIGHT ENDS / OFFENSIVE LINE

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MARK

DANIELS

Tight End So Sinking Spring • Wilson Economics

6-6

245

From the Coach: Daniels had a great spring at tight end and will be expected to make a contribution during the 2011 season. He has improved his agility and strength and must be a force this fall. 2010: Played in 9 games for the Huskies.

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TONY

DAVID

Tight End R-Fr. Allentown • Salisburg Undeclared

6-1

232

From the Coach: David has moved from defense to tight end to provide depth at the tight end position. He runs great routes and understands the passing game. He is gifted athletically and with increased strength will become a more dominant blocker on the offensive front. He must make a contribution for the Huskies to be successful in 2011.

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DARYL

KURTZ

Tackle Sr 6-4 315 Milton • Milton Special Education

From the Coach: A preseason All-American candidate for the 2011 campaign, Kurtz was All-PSAC in 2010. He helped lead the way for Franklyn Quiteh, who led the nation in rushing yards. Kurtz has improved his strength and agility and will be a leader in his senior season. 2010: Started in all 13 games this season for the Huskies...Was part of the offensive line that drove the eighth-best rushing offense in the nation. Kurtz was named first team All-PSAC offensive tackle. 28

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ALEX

BUCHERT

Center Jr 6-2 285 Robesonia • Conrad Weiser Criminal Justice

From the Coach: Buchert has gained valuable experience at both center and guard. He has continued to improve his strength and agility and must provide depth for the 2011 season. He is expected to see playing time this fall.

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BRANDON

ALLEN

Tackle Jr. 6-2 300 Philadelphia • Frankford Business Administration

From the Coach: Allen won the starting offensive tackle position in 2010. He has become a dominant force for the Huskies. He has all the tools to be very special in the Huskies’ attack. He will make a major contribution and is a candidate for post-season honors.

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BRIAN

CLARKE

Tackle Jr. 6-3 305 Danville • Danville Undeclared

From the Coach: Clarke saw playing time in 2009 and returns as the starting guard for the 2011 season. He has tremendous strength and is very dominant at the point of attack. He will make a major contribution this fall and is a candidate for post-season honors.

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MATT FEILER

Guard So. 6-7 275 Strasburg • Strasburg-Lampeter Undeclared

From the Coach: Feiler is battling for the starting guard position which is critical for the Huskies’ success. At 6-7, he has tremendous potential and with his great attitude is expected to be a force in 2011. 2011 Huskies Football

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CHRIS

STECK

Center So. 6-0 275 Mt. Carmel • Mt. Carmel Undeclared

From the Coach: Steck has become a dominant center in the league. He is extremely quick and has a great sense of the game. He will provide leadership this fall and is a pre-season All-American for the 2011 campaign. 2010: Steck started in all 13 games at center for the Huskies this season...He was part of the offensive line that drove the eight-best rushing offense in the nation and was named first team All-PSAC center.

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E.J. JOSEPHS

Offensive Line R-Fr. Glen Mills • Bayard Rustin Mass Communications

6-4

290

From the Coach: Josephs has gained valuable experience during the spring. He is very quick and deceptively strong. He will be looked upon to provide depth at offensive tackle this fall.

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DURRELL JOHNSON

Offensive Line R-Fr. 6-4 Kingston • Wyoming Valley West History

346

From the Coach: Johnson returns to the Huskies for the 2011 season. He has great agility and with increased knowledge of the offense, will be called upon to make a contribution. With increased strength he will provide depth on the offensive front.

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JOHN

PETTINE

Defensive End Sr 6-3 Gilbertsville • Archbishop Geoscience

265

From the Coach: Will be the emotional and physical leader of the defensive front and is coming off a fantastic junior season. A great run stopper and athletic enough to play any of the four positions up front when the Huskies need pressure on an opposing QB. Pettine has a great work ethic, is great in the weightroom and he will lead the way in conditioning as his favorite past time is running. Has great ability and he will press for post-season honors - he will be looked to for big plays on the defensive side of the ball each and every week. 2010: Recorded five tackles and one tackle for loss in opener against Ashland (9/4)...Made five tackles with one interception and one pass being broken up against Clarion (9/11)...Picked up three tackles and caused one quarterback hurry in win over IUP (9/18)... Recorded one tackle for a loss of eight yards and had one sack for a loss of eight yards in win over Millersville (9/25)...Made one tackle against Shippensburg (10/16)...Recorded three tackles and had one sack for a loss of seven yards in the victory over West Chester (10/23)...Logged five tackles and had a sack for a loss of 10 yards in win over C.W. Post (10/30)...Made five tackles and had one sack for a loss of six yards in victory over Kutztown (11/6/10)...Made five tackles and had two sacks resulting in a total loss of 11 yards in the Pettine's Career Defensive Statistics: victory over California (11/20)...Recorded four tackles and made one sack for a loss of seven yards against Mercyhurst in NCAA GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks FF FR 2010 13-12 20 22 42 11 7.5 0 0 playoff game. (11/26). 2009 9-0 8 6 14 1.5 2.5 0 0 2008 9-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 18-0 28 28 56 12.5 10.0 0 0

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DAVE

2009: Broke up two passes and had back-to-back sacks against Kutztown...Had career-high four tackles against both Mercyhurst and West Chester.

ONORATO

Defensive End Sr 6-1 Hummelstown • Bishop McDevitt History

240

From the Coach: Onorato is a punishing run stopper - he plays physical and he is a very intelligent player as well. Rarely will he make a mistake on his assignments. He is willing to play injured, and may be one of the toughest members of the defensive line. He will make huge impacts this fall.

Onorato's Career Defensive Statistics: GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks FF FR 2010 13-1 9 2 11 1.0 0.0 0 1 2009 11-0 1 0 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 2008 10-0 2 4 6 0.5 0.5 0 1 TOTALS 34-1 12 6 18 1.5 0.5 0 2

2010: Played in 13 games for the Huskies...Recorded two quarterback hurries against Clarion (9/11)...Recorded two tackles in win over IUP (9/18)...Made two tackles in win over Cheyney (10/9)... Recorded one tackle to help defeat Shippensburg (10/16)...Made three tackles in win over West Chester (10/23)...Picked up a fumble against Mercyhurst (11/13). 2011 Huskies Football

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RYAN

OLAF

Defensive End Sr Danville • Danville Exercise Science

6-1

240

From the Coach: Had a great campaign in 2010 and will look to continue making an impact week after week in the Huskies pressure package as well as playing more on run downs. Great speed and a very solid tackler. Olaf is also very intelligent and uses great reaction to make plays in the backfield.

Olaf's Career Defensive Statistics: GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks Int FF FR 2010 13-0 6 4 10 2.5 2.0 0 0 0 2009 3-0 0 1 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 TOTALS 16-0 6 5 11 2.5 2.0 0 0 0

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PAT

MICHAEL

Defensive Line Sr Fairview • Fairview History

2010: Recorded one tackle for an assisted loss of one yard against Clarion (9/11)...Recorded two tackles and had one quarterback hurry in the win over IUP (9/18)...Recorded two tackles in the win over East Stroudsburg (10/02)...Logged one sack for a loss of 4 yards and made one tackle for a loss of 4 yards against West Chester (10/23)...Made one tackle and had a sack in the win over C.W. Post (10/30).

6-0

240

From the Coach: Converted to defensive end from linebacker. He should be able to use some of his natural abilites from linebacker to make plays from the rush position. He has the ability to become a consistent contributor up-front. 2010: Recorded two tackles against Clarion (9/11)...RecordMichael's Career Defensive Statistics: ed one tackle in win over IUP (9/18)...Recorded an assisted tackle in win over Millersville (9/25)...Recorded three tackles GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks Int FF FR in the win over East Stroudsburg (10/02)...Made two tackles 2010 7-0 5 5 10 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 against Cheyney (10/9). 2009 3-0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 2008 9-0 5 1 6 0.0 0.0 0 1 0 2009: Played in three games for the Huskies. TOTALS 19-0 10 6 16 0.0 0.0 0 1 0 2008: Recorded career-high three tackles against Gannon.

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JOSH

CHROMIAK

Defensive Line Jr Wind Gap • Pen Argyl Exercise Science

6-0

240

From the Coach: Chromiak is tenacious, tough, and works extremely hard in the weightroom. He also had a solid spring season for the Huskies. Chromiak is a true Chromiak's Career Defensive Statistics: team player and he will be competing for time this fall at defensive GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks FF FR end. He enjoys playing guitar during his time off the field and he 2010 8-0 3 0 3 0.0 0.0 1 0 recently completed an internship in strength and conditioning at TOTALS 8-0 3 0 3 0.0 0.0 1 0 Buffalo. fumble and made two tackles in win over Cheyney (10/9).

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SHAUN

MOORE

Defensive Tackle Jr Landsdale • North Penn Communication Studies

2010: Recorded one tackle in win over Millersville (9/25)...Forced a

5-11

265

From the Coach: Only 5-11 but plays much bigger. He is one of the strongest defensive linemen and has great ability to disengage and run down opposing ball carriers. He will outwork many offensive linemen with great technique and grit. Moore will be looked to for leadership inside with his vast experience. Moore's Career Defensive Statistics: GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks FF FR 2010 9-0 3 5 8 0.0 0.0 0 0 2009 9-0 3 2 5 0.0 0.0 0 0 TOTALS 18-0 6 5 11 0.0 0.0 0 0

2010: Recorded an assisted tackle in win over Millersville (9/25)... Had a season high four tackles against Cheyney (10/9)...Recorded one tackle in win over Shippensburg (10/16).

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MARK

FRANCOLA

Defensive Line Jr Bloomsburg • Bloomsburg Health Sciences

6-0

242

From the Coach: Francola gained valuable experience in the fall and last spring and after coming off major knee surgery - and he will continue to develop as a rush end for the Huskies. He has great upper body strenth and super foot speed. He should make big contributions to both the defense and special teams this fall. Francola's Career Defensive Statistics: GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks FF FR 2010 9-0 3 0 3 1.0 0.0 0 0 TOTALS 9-0 3 0 3 1.0 0.0 0 0

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Tyree

DUDLEY

Defensive Tackle Jr Philadelphia • Frankford Business Administration

2010: Played in nine games for the Huskies...Recorded two tackles in win against Millersville (9/25)...Recorded three tackles on the season for the Huskies.

6-3

335

From the Coach: Returns after a year off and he will be counted on at the defensive tackle spot. He has all the tools - and he will be challenged to put it all together and have a great year in the trenches for the Huskies.

Dudley's Career Defensive Statistics:

GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks FF FR 2009 10-0 0 5 5 0.0 0.0 0 0 TOTALS 10-0 0 5 5 0.0 0.0 0 0

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CHRIS

KENNEDY

Defensive Tackle So 6-3 Radnor • Archbishop Carroll Business Administration

300

From the Coach: Kennedy gained an enormous amount of experience last fall appearing in all 13 games for the Huskies. He is tough to move and can hold his ground on the double-team. Very athletic for a big man and he can make a Saturday afternoon a long days work for most offensive linemen.

Rinehart's Career Defensive Statistics:

GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks FF FR 2010 13-0 2 5 7 0.0 0.0 0 0 TOTALS 13-0 2 5 7 0.0 0.0 0 0

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JORDAN

2010: Recorded two tackles against Clarion (9/11)...Recorded one tackle in win over Millersville (9/25)...Made one tackle in the win over East Stroudsburg (10/02)...Recorded seven tackles on the season for the Huskies.

RINEHART

Defensive End So West York • West York Biology

6-4

250

From the Coach: Physically one of the most impressive members of the defense. Rinehart is beginning to understand the complexities of the BU playbook and he will look to be in the rotation this fall. He will challenge for playing time this fall and he could become an impact player if he stays focused Rinehart's Career Defensive Statistics: and mentally tough. Has all the tools to be a great one. GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks FF FR 2010 9-0 1 3 4 0.5 0.0 0 0 2010: Played in nine games for the Huskies...Recorded three TOTALS 9-0 1 3 4 0.5 0.0 0 0 tackles against Clarion (9/11)...Logged a total of four tackles on the season and forced one fumble.

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David

McFADDEN

Defensive Tackle R-Fr 6-5 220 Allentown • Allentown Central Cath. Undeclared

From the Coach: McFadden is making strides to become a great pass rusher and big contributor up front. He is quiet, but he executes on every play and he will only become a better player as the season progresses. Could become a pass rush specialist with his tall frame. 2011 Huskies Football

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LINEBACKERS

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JEFF

OWSLEY

Linebacker Sr 6-0 205 Aston • Sun Valley Business Adminstration

From the Coach: Extremely athletic player who has battled back from a season ending knee injury in 2009. Had a productive spring and will vie for playing time in the Fall. Very effective special teams player-played for former Husky Mark Possenti at Sun Valley H.S.

Owsley's Career Defensive Statistics: GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks FF FR 2010 13-0 5 2 7 1.0 0.0 0 0 TOTALS 13-0 5 2 7 1.0 0.0 0 0

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JARRETT

2010: Played in all 13 games for the Huskies...Recorded one tackle in win over IUP (9/18)...Made three tackles against Cheyney, with one resulting in a 15 yard loss (10/9)...Returned one kickoff for 11 yards against West Chester (10/23). 2008: Appeared in 12 games for the Huskies...Successfully rushed for a two-point conversion in opening drive against Cheyney .

PIDGEON

Linebacker Jr 5-10 225 Barnegat, NJ • Southern Regional Communication Studies

From the Coach: Starter in 2010 at the Mike linebacker position. Is the only returning starter at linebacker. Is a very emotional player who plays with tremendous intensity. In high school played for father Dennis Pidgeon at Southern Regional. 2010: Was named second team All-PSAC East...Made six tackles against Ashland (9/4)...Came up with nine tackles against Clarion (9/11)...Recorded three tackles and had one pass break up in win over IUP (9/18)...Recorded six tackles and had an assisted tackle for a loss of yards in win over Milersville (9/25)...Recorded five tackles in win over East Stroudsburg (10/02)...Made two tackles in the 5214 win over Cheyney (10/9)...Named the PSAC East Defensive Player of the Week for making 10 tackles and adding one sack to help defeat Shippensburg (10/16)...Recorded five tackles in victory over West Chester (10/23)...Made two tackles and had an interception in win over C.W. Post (10/30)...Recorded five tackles in victory over Kutztown (11/6/10)...Led the team in game tackles with eight in Pidgeon's Career Defensive Statistics: the game against Mercyhurst (11/13)...Made eight tackles and had one broken up pass in win over California (11/20)...Logged seven GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks FF FR tackles against Mercyhurst in NCAA playoff. (11/27). 2010 13-13 43 34 77 4.5 1.0 0 0 2009 10-10 5 7 12 2.0 0.0 0 0 2009: Logged two tackles for loss against Gannon, including a 14TOTALS 23-13 48 41 89 6.5 1.0 0 0 yard sack...Recorded 12 tackles on the season.

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RYAN

FELDMAN

Linebacker So Aston • JP McCaskey Communication Studies

5-11 207

From the Coach: Had excellent spring practice and is the projected starter at Will linebacker position. Has a knack for finding the football. Very instinctive player. Has worked extremely hard in the weight-room and is one of the stronger members of the linebacker corps-backed up 2010 Defensive Player of the Year Mike Varanavage last two seasons. 2010: Recorded one tackle against Clarion (9/11)...Recorded four tackles in the win against IUP (9/18)...Recorded four tackles in win against Millersville (9/25)...Logged two tackles against East Stroudsburg (10/02)...Recorded three tackles in win over Cheyney (10/9)... Recorded one tackle against Shippensburg (10/16)...Logged two tackles to help defeat West Chester (10/23)...Made three Feldman's Career Defensive Statistics: tackles in win over C.W. Post (10/30). GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks Int FF FR 2010 13-1 13 14 27 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 2009 9-0 7 7 14 0.0 0.0 0 1 0 TOTALS 22-1 20 21 41 0.0 0.0 0 1 0

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SEAN

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.

CLIFT

Linebacker Jr 6-0 220 Philadelphia • Roman Catholic Criminal Justice

From the Coach: Clift is a tough, physical player who is the projected starter at the Buck linebacker position in 2011. Is a very consistent player who had several starts in 2010. Tough at at the “point of attack” and adds experience to a young group of linebackers.

Clift's Career Defensive Statistics: GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks Int FF FR 2010 9-2 3 2 5 0.5 0.0 0 0 0 2009 5-0 3 4 7 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 TOTALS 14-2 6 6 12 0.5 0.0 0 0 0

2010: Played in nine games and started in two for the Huskies...Recorded two tackles against Clarion (9/11)...Recorded one tackle against East Stroudsburg (10/02)...Recorded two tackles to help defeat Shippensburg (10/16). 2009: Saw limited action...Had season-high three tackles against Millersville.

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JUSTIN

SHIRK

Linebacker R-Fr 6-0 235 Harrisburg • Central Dauphin Undeclared

From the Coach: Shirk is a transfer who was one of the Huskies top recruits in 2009. He went to Oklahoma on a track and field scholarship. Played both Buck and Mike spots in spring practice. Shirk showed big play potential and will fight for playing time this season. He is a tremendous athlete who played for former Huskies quarterback Glenn MacNamee at Central Dauphin.

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RICKEY

BAILEY

Linebacker So 6-3 210 Media • Penncrest Business Administration

From the Coach: Bailey adds depth to the Will position and will fight for playing time in the fall. Was recruited as a wide receiver, but switched to outside linebacker in Spring 2010. Was an active special teams player in 2010. Has great size and range for outside linebacker and should be a productive player in 2011.

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DYLAN

SPANGLER

Linebacker So 6-0 220 Waynesboro • Waynesboro Mass Communications

From the Coach: Spangler had an excellent spring and will battle for playing time in the fall at middle linebacker. He was a very effective special teams player in 2010. He is a smart, tough player with a nose for the football Played at same high school (Waynesboro) as Huskies assistant coach Chet Henicle.

Spangler's Career Defensive Statistics:

GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks Int FF FR 2010 13-0 5 4 9 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 TOTALS 13-0 5 4 9 0.0 0.0 0 0 0

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2010: Recorded three tackles against Clarion (9/11)...Recorded one tackle in win over IUP (9/18)...Made one tackle in win over Millersville (9/25)...Picked up two tackles in win over Cheyney (10/9).


DEFENSIVE BACKS

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VINCE

BROWNING

Defensive Back Sr 5-9 Harrisburg • Central Dauphin Business Administration

180

From the Coach: Browning is a talented, well-rounded athlete with great ball skills and a tremendous feel for the game. He started every game in 2010 and led the team in interceptions. He has been a steady performer in many big games over the past two seasons. His two interceptions on back-to-back possessions against Kutztown ended any chance of a comeback and helped the Huskies secure the PSAC East title. 2010: Made five tackles with one resulting in a loss of yards against Ashland (9/4)...Recorded four tackles against Clarion (9/11)...Recorded four tackles in the win over IUP (9/18)...Intercepted one pass and made two tackles in the win over East Stroudsburg (10/02)... Had one fumble recovery and made two tackles in win over Cheyney (10/9)...Made three tackles, including one tackle for loss, to help in win over Shippensburg (10/16)...Recorded three tackles in win over West Chester (10/23)...Made six tackles and had three broken up passes against C.W. Post (10/30)...Named the PSAC East Defensive Player of the Week against Kutztown...Had five tackles and had two interceptions in win over Kutztown (11/6/10)...Recorded five tackles and made one interception in the game against Mercyhurst (11/13)...Made eight tackles and forced one pass to be broken up in victory over California in NCAA playoff opener Browning's Career Defensive Statistics: (11/20). GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks Int FF FR 2010 13-13 34 14 48 2.0 0.0 4 0 1 2009 11-3 14 12 26 1.0 0.0 2 0 1 2008 13-0 9 5 14 2.5 0.0 1 0 0 TOTALS 37-16 57 31 88 5.5 0.0 7 0 2

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ANDRE

GLOVER

Defensive Back Sr Pottstown • Pottstown Undeclared

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.

6-0

195

From the Coach: Glover will return to the Huskies after missing the 2010 season. He has had game experience in the Huskies secondary and has all the tools to be an impact player.

Glover's Career Defensive Statistics: GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks Int FF FR 2009 11-1 9 3 12 1.0 1.0 0 0 0 2008 13-0 5 0 5 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 TOTALS 24-1 14 3 17 1.0 1.0 0 0 0

2010: Did not play. 2009: Made two tackles against Kutztown....Had a careerhigh six tackles, five of them solo, in game with CW Post... made three tackles in game with Millersville. 2008: Had one tackle in each of five games during the season. 2011 Huskies Football

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JUSTIN

RIVERA

Defensive Back Sr Bethlehem • Liberty Business Administration

6-1

195

From the Coach: Rivera appeared in all 13 games in 2010, including getting the start in the opener at Ashland. He is a gifted athlete with a well-rounded skill set. He is slated to move into one of the starting safety positions this season and will be counted on to make impact plays. He is a gifted student in the classroom and on the field. He is the younger brother of team captain, Oscar Rivera. 2010: Recorded five tackles against Ashland (9/4)...Recorded two tackles and one broken up pass against Clarion (9/11)...Recorded one tackle and intercepted one pass against IUP (9/18)...Recorded one tackle for a loss of 8 yards and also had one quarterback hurry in win over Millersville (9/25)...Recorded four tackles in the win over East Stroudsburg (10/02)..Had two pass breakups and recorded two tackles in win over East Stroudsburg (10/02)...Made one tackle in win over Cheyney (10/9)...Broke up one pass Rivera’s Career Defensive Statistics: against Shippensburg (10/16)...Had one interception against West Chester (10/23)...Made three tackles and broke up two GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks Int FF FR passes in the win over C.W. Post (10/30). 2010 13-1 14 4 18 1.0 0.0 2 0 0 2009 11-0 9 6 15 0.5 0.5 0 0 0 2009: Made two solo tackles in win over Kutztown....Made 2008 13-0 5 0 5 0.0 0.0 0 1 0 career high five tackles in win over Millersville...Had careerTOTALS 37-1 28 10 38 1.5 0.5 2 1 0 high three solo tackles in victory against Cheyney...Came up with four tackles in game with Gannnon to end the season.

27

DAN

HAVERSTOCK

Defensive Back York • West York Psychology

Jr

6-1

190

From the Coach: Haverstock saw action in all 13 games in 2010 as a reserve safety and as key member of the special teams units. Haverstock is a gifted all-around athlete that has work ethic that rivals anyone. Along with his key role on the football team he is a scholar athlete, is a volunteer fireman, is involved in the Big Brothers/Big Sisters program and is a featured speaker at freshman orientation programs. 2010: Recorded three tackles against Clarion (9/11)...Recorded two tackles and returned a fumble 68 yards for a score against IUP (9/18)...Recorded one tackle in win over Millersville (9/25)...Recorded three tackles, recovered a fumble, and caused one pass breakup in win over East Stroudsburg (10/02)...Made four tackles and recovered one fumble in win over Cheyney (10/9)...Recorded Haverstock's Career Defensive Statistics: two tackles in win over Shippensburg (10/16)...Recorded GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks Int FF FR three tackles in victory over Kutztown (11/6/10). 2010 13-0 12 10 22 0.0 0.0 0 0 3 2009 11-11 39 19 58 3.0 0.0 1 1 0 TOTALS 24-24 77 34 111 6.0 1.0 3 2 0 40

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2009: Saw action in 11 games...Had solo tackle in games with Mercyhurst, Shippensburg and West Chester...Made career high three tackles against Millersville.


DEFENSIVE BACKS

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TERRELL

OGLESBY

Defensive Back Jr 5-7 170 Philadelphia • Northeast Catholic Economics

From the Coach: Oglesby saw the majority of his action in 2010 as a member of the Huskies special teams units. His impressive footwork and quickness make him a natural cover corner. He has improved his overall game Oglesby's Career Defensive Statistics: each season and will add solid depth to the secondary. GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks Int FF FR 2010 10-0 5 1 6 1.0 0.0 0 0 0 2009 3-0 1 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 TOTALS 13-0 6 1 7 1.0 0.0 0 0 0

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DREW

SIEGFRIED

2010: Recorded one tackle against Clarion (9/11)...Recorded one tackle in win over IUP (9/18)...Picked up two tackles in win over Millersville (9/25).

Defensive Back So 6-0 Glenside • Bishop McDevitt Undeclared

186

From the Coach: Siegfried saw action as a true freshman in 2010 mainly as a member of the special teams units. He scored his first collegiate touchdown on a fumble return against Cheyney. He is hard working and a gifted player with a bright future. He had a solid spring and will be looked upon to have an increased role in the secondary this season.

Siegfried's Career Defensive Statistics: GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks Int FF FR 2010 13-0 4 6 10 0.0 0.0 1 0 1 TOTALS 13-0 4 6 10 0.0 0.0 1 0 1

2010: Made two tackles in win over IUP (9/18)...Returned a fumble 32-yards for a touchdown against Cheyney (10/9)... Had career-high three tackles, two of them solo, in win over C.W. Post (10/30)...Had one tackle in PSAC championship game against Mercyhurst (11/13)...Recorded one tackle against California (PA) in first round of NCAA playoffs (11/20).

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J.P.

PATRICK

Defensive Back So Hanover • South Western Business Administration

5-11

185

From the Coach: Patrick saw limited action in 2010 on special teams units. He has continued to improve as he gains Patrick's Career Defensive Statistics: knowledge of the defensive schemes. He has the potential to add quality depth to the secondary unit. GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks Int FF FR 2010 4-0 1 0 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 2010: Saw action in four games...Made first career tackle TOTALS 4-0 1 0 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 against Cheyney.

10

Sellus

Roulhac

Defensive Back So 6-2 West Chester • West Chester Communications Studies

180

From the Coach: A hard worker both on and off the field. Is making the switch this year from wide receiver to defensive backRoulhac's Career Defensive Statistics: field. GP-GS Rec Yds Avg TD LG Avg/G 2010 6-0 1 10 10.0 0 10 1.7 TOTALS 6-0 1 10 10.0 0 10 1.7

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2010: Made one catch for a total of 10 yards against Clarion (9/11).


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DANIEL

FISHER

Kicker/Punter So 6-1 190 Harrisburg • Central Dauphin Business Education

From the Coach: An exceptional talent. He is a player who loves playing under pressure in a highly competitive situation. His post season awards were well deserved as he worked very hard during the off season. Has the tools to be one of the very best kickers in all of college football. 2010: Was named second team All-PSAC East as a placekicker...Was also named to second team Daktronics All-Super Region 1... Played in all 13 games for the Huskies as the team’s primary field goal and PAT kicker...Punted six times for a total of 216 yards against Ashland...With a long punt of 46 yards...Hit two field goal attempts with a long of 38 yards (9/4)...Punted twice for a total of 57 yards and placed a punt within the 20 yard line against Clarion (9/11) ...Connected both a 43- and 34-yard field goals against IUP (9/18)... Made a third quarter 32-yard field goal in win over Millersville (9/25)...Made four field goals in game with East Stroudsburg to tie a school record (10/2)...Hit 36-yard field goal against Cheyney (10/9)...Punted twice for a total of 62 yards against Shippensburg (10/16)...Completed a 40-yard field goal in the third quarter against West Chester (10/23)...Broke his own school record with five goals (going 5-5) with the longest being 41 yards to help Fisher's Career Statistics: Bloomsburg win over C.W. Post (10/30)...Made a 30-yard Punting field goal and a 19-yard field goal to help Bloomsburg to Field Goals PAT's a victory over Kutztown (11/6/10)...Made a 26-yard field GP Md Att Lng Blk Att Md Pnts No. Avg. Lng goal in the game against Mercyhurst in PSAC Champion2010 13 20 24 43 1 31 32 91 12 33.2 46 ship (11/13). TOTALS 13 20 24 43 1 31 32 91 12 33.2 46

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IAN

MURRAY

Long Snapper So 6-2 Lock Haven • Central Mountain Middle Level Education

215

From the Coach: A very steady contributor the our special teams play. He executed all long snaps for our punt game and short snaps for our kicking game. Murray worked hard during the off season to improve his technique as well as his strength. His consistency was a major reason for the success of our field goal and extra point game.

Pronunciation Guide Alex Buchert…..BOO-kurt Josh Chromiak…Crow-ME-Ack Matt Feiler…FY-Ler Marc Francola—Fran-cola Jason Gmerek-Guh-Mer-ek Nick Gmerek-Guh-mer-ek Tyler Guise….GUYS Dan Haverstock….HAVE-er-stock

Dylan Manni…MAN-E Matt Marchioni….Mar-chi-OWN-ee Eduardo Mateo…MUH-tay-oh Dave Onorato….On-or-AWE-toh Franklyn Quiteh… Quee-uh-TAY John Pettine…PET-in Sellus Roulhac—ROO-lac Matt Wenrich—When-RICK 2011 Huskies Football

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2011 OPPONENTS

Ashland University Eagles

September 1 • Redman Stadium • Bloomsburg, pa • 6:00 PM

General Information Location Ashland, Ohio Founded 1878 Enrollment 6,500 School Colors Purple & Gold Conference Great Lakes Intercollegiate Stadium Jack Miller Stadium Capacity 5,000 Surface ProGrass President Dr. Frederick J. Finks Athletic Director Bill Goldring

Coaching Information

Schedule/Results

Head Coach Lee Owens Alma Mater Bluffton (‘77) Record at AU 8 yrs, 49-28 (.636) Career Record 16 yrs, 89-89 (.500) Assistants Defensive Coordinator Tim Rose Offensive Coordinator Jeff Kastl Running Backs Tom Stacy Defensive Line Jerome Riase Defensive Backs Brad Wilson Offensive Line Doug Geiser

2011 Schedule Sep 1 at BLOOMSBURG Sep 10 Indianapolis Sep 17 at Hillsdale Sep 24 Northern Michigan Oct 1 at Northwood Oct 8 at Tiffin Oct 15 Wayne State Oct 20 at Saginaw Valley Oct 29 Findlay Nov 5 Ohio Dominican Nov 12 at Lake Erie

Series History

2010 Results (8-3, 7-3 GLIAC) Bloomsburg W 24-14 at Indianapolis L 17-12 Hillsdale L 27-17 at No. Michigan L 23-19 Northwood W 37-17 Tiffin W 49-0 at Wayne State W 40-35 Saginaw Valley St. W 30-24 at Findlay W 56-7 at Ohio Dominican W 44-15 Lake Erie W 87-17

Sports Information

First Meeting 2008 Series Record BU leads 2-1 Current Win Streak AU, 1 Hale (at BU) vs. Ashland 2-1 Owens (at AU) vs. BU 1-2 Last Meeting 2010; BU 14, AU 24

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

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

2010 Statistical Leaders * returning players

Rushing Att. Net TD D’Marris McCoy* 255 1344 8 Taylor Housewright* 84 443 4 Passing C-A-I Yds. TD Taylor Housewright* 179-266-9 2,378 24 Receiving No. Yds. TD Joe Horn 49 878 12 Christian Livingston 36 612 4 Mike Knueven* 25 241 4

Defense Tkl TfL Sck Int Carmon Wolfe* 64 7.0 3.0 1 Julian Goodwine* 53 6.0 1.0 0 Logan Kerr* 50 1.0 0.0 8 Tarell Lewis 50 1.5 0.0 1 Tyler McFarlin* 47 1.0 0.0 1 Matt Stoinoff* 42 9.5 4.5 0 Quinton Scott 42 7.5 2.0 3 Anthony Capasso* 36 1.0 0.0 0 2011 Huskies Football

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2011 OPPONENTS

Clarion Golden Eagles

September 10 • Memorial Field • clarion, pa • 1:00 pm

General Information Location Clarion, Pa Founded 1867 Enrollment 7,315 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

Schedule/Results

Head Coach Jay Foster Alma Mater Plymouth State (‘85) Record at CU 5 yrs, 16-39 (.291) Career Record 5 yrs, 16-39 (.291) Assistants Defensive Coordinator Dwayne Martin Offensive Coordinator Dave Durish Quarterbacks Chris Weibel Defensive Line Brian Steiner Running Backs Kevin Craig Linebackers Kyle Cathcart, Doug Knepp

2011 Schedule Sep 1 at Fairmont State Sep 10 BLOOMSBURG Sep 17 at Shippensburg Sep 24 at California (PA) Oct 1 at Slippery Rock Oct 8 Lock Haven Oct 15 Indiana (PA) Oct 22 at Edinboro Oct 29 Gannon Nov 5 Mercyhurst Nov 12 at Millersville

Series History

2010 Results (4-7, 3-4 PSAC) Fairmont State L 27-16 at Bloomsburg L 41-13 Shippensburg L 28-24 California (PA) L 24-9 Slippery Rock L 16-13 at Lock Haven W 49-6 at Indiana (PA) W 21-14 Edinboro L 31-14 at Gannon W 11-10 at Mercyhurst L 38-14 Millersville W 49-10

Sports Information

First Meeting 1935 Series Record BU Leads 5-4-1 Current Win Streak BU, 3 Hale (at BU) vs. Clarion 3-1 Foster vs. BU 0-3 Last Meeting 2010; BU 31, CU 13

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

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

2010 Statistical Leaders * returning players

Rushing Att. Net TD Alfonso Hoggard 220 1,045 9 Ben Fiscus* 130 582 6 Passing C-A-I Yds. TD Eric Coxon* 79-151-9 905 3 Ben Fiscus* 62-126-6 713 7 Receiving No. Yds. TD Jaques Robinson 44 557 4 Craig Bunney 29 379 2 46

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Defense Tkl TfL Sck Int Nick Sipes 107 12.0 1.0 1 Joseph Fox 69 9.0 2.0 1 Arminas Maciulis 63 7.0 4.0 0 Andrew Paronish* 54 0.0 0.0 2 Ben Maund 47 13.0 6.0 0 Chris Wilson* 43 2.0 0.0 3 Chris Smeltzer 43 1.0 0.0 0 Barrington Morrison* 40 20.0 12.0 0


2011 OPPONENTS

Indiana (PA) Crimson Hawks

September 15 • George P. Miller stadium • indiana, pa • 8:00 pm

General Information Location Indiana, Pa Founded 1875 Enrollment 15,000 School Colors Crimson and Gray Conference PSAC Stadium George P. Miller Stadium Capacity 6,500 Surface Artificial President Dr. Tony Atwater Athletic Director Dr. Frank J. Condino

Coaching Information Head Coach Alma Mater Record at IUP Career Record

Schedule/Results

Curt Cignetti West Virginia (‘82) First year, 0-0 (.000) First year, 0-0 (.000)

Assistants Defensive Coordinator Paul Tortorella Offensive Coordinator Luke Getsy Running Backs Tim Zetts Defensive Line Bernie McQuown, Adam Schmidt Defensive Backs Tyler Scudder Offensive Line Mike Campolo

2011 Schedule Sep 10 East Stroudsburg Sep 15 BLOOMSBURG Sep 24 at Slippery Rock Oct 1 Edinboro Oct 8 at Mercyhurst Oct 15 at Clarion Oct 22 Gannon Oct 29 California Nov 5 at Lock Haven Nov 12 West Chester

Series History

2010 Results (6-5, 3-4 PSAC) Southern Conn St. W 16-6 at East Stroudsburg W 23-17 at Bloomsburg L 47-20 Slippery Rock W 17-0 at Edinboro W 18-0 Mercyhurts L 28-27 Clarion L 21-14 at Gannon L 45-17 at California (PA) (OT) L 18-15 Lock Haven W 63-31 West Chester W 27-10

Sports Information

First Meeting 1935 Series Record IUP leads 19-8 Current Win Streak IUP, 1 Hale (at BU) vs. IUP 4-7 Cignetti (at IUP) vs. BU 0-0 Last Meeting 2010; IUP 47, BU 20

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

Ryan Rebholz 724-357-3443 ryan.rebholz@iup.edu iupathletics.com

2010 Statistical Leaders * returning players

Rushing Att. Net TD Harvie Tuck* 229 1,134 4 Teddy Blakeman* 117 502 7 Passing C-A-I Yds. TD Bo Napoleon* 78-164-14 878 8 Receiving No. Yds. TD Mychal Skinner 24 417 4 Javon Rowan* 12 128 0 Roy-al Edwards* 11 137 0

Defense Tkl TfL Sck Int Mike Katch* 63 8.0 2.5 1 Carl Thornton* 60 13.0 4.5 0 Mark Jackson* 60 6.0 1.0 1 Mike Gee 54 19.0 9.5 0 Nate George 53 10.0 3.5 0 Jeff Vaughn 48 3.0 1.0 0 Johnny Franco* 47 5.0 1.0 4 Zach Severance* 40 0.0 0.0 0 2011 Huskies Football

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2011 OPPONENTS

Millersville marauders

September 25 • Redman Stadium • Bloomsburg, pa • 1:00 pm

General Information Location Millersville, Pa Founded 1855 Enrollment 8,729 School Colors Black and Gold Conference PSAC Stadium Chryst Field at Biemesderfer Stadium Capacity 6,700 Surface FieldTurf President Dr. Francine McNairy Athletic Director Peg Kauffman

Coaching Information

Schedule/Results

Head Coach Greg Colby Alma Mater Illinois ('75) Record at MU 3 yrs, 2-9 (.182) Career Record 3 yrs, 6-27 (.182) Assistants Offensive Coordinator Brad Mangle Running Backs Roland Weeden Defensive Line Ron Rankin Defensive Backs Aubrey Kelly Wide Receivers Dave Keeny

2011 Schedule Sep 3 at West Virginia Wesleyan Sep 10 at Lock Haven Sep 17 at Gannon Sep 24 at BLOOMSBURG Oct 1 at Cheyney Oct 8 C.W. Post Oct 15 Kutztown Oct 22 at East Stroudsburg Oct 29 Shippensburg Nov 5 West Chester Nov 12 Clarion

2010 Results (2-9, 0-7 PSAC) Assumption L 33-28 Slippery Rock W 35-21 Gannon W 29-26 Bloomsburg L 44-7 Cheyney L 20-17 at C.W. Post L 49-21 at Kutztown L 38-28 East Stroudsburg L 68-14 at Shippensburg L 19-14 at West Chester L 45-14 at Clarion L 49-10

Series History

Sports Information

First Meeting 1916 Series Record BU leads 38-30-5 Current Win Streak BU, 11 Hale (at BU) vs. Millersville 13-4-1 Colby vs. BU 0-3 Last Meeting 2010; BU 44, MU 7

S.I.D. Ethan Hulsey Office Phone 717-872-3100 E-mail ethan.hulsey@millersville.edu Web Site millersvilleathletics.com

2010 Statistical Leaders * returning players

Rushing Att. Net TD Mike Jones* 110 497 2 Brandon Gunn* 35 154 0 Passing C-A-I Yds. TD Bill Shirk 192-328-13 2,507 19 Receiving No. Yds. TD Jamal Smith 66 1,184 12 Matt Egenrieder* 39 682 1 Mike Jones* 25 197 0 48

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Defense Tkl TfL Sck Int Jeff Longley 80 4.0 0.5 1 Shane Gross 75 13.0 4.0 0 Matt Sutjak 74 2.0 0.0 5 Pat Maloney* 53 3.5 0.0 0 Gary Tillman* 52 2.5 1.0 1 Brian Knell* 43 2.5 0.0 0 John Wynder* 38 2.0 1.0 2 Daniel Jones* 35 4.5 1.0 0


2011 OPPONENTS

East Stroudsburg Warriors

October 1 • Eiler-Martin Stadium • East stroudsburg, pa • 1:00 pm

General Information Location East Stroudsburg, Pa Founded 1893 Enrollment 7,500 School Colors Red and Black Conference PSAC Stadium Eiler-Martin Stadium Capacity 6,000 Surface Field Turf President Dr. Robert J. Dillman Athletic Director Dr. Thomas Gioglio

Coaching Information

Schedule/Results

Head Coach Denny Douds Alma Mater Slippery Rock (‘63) Record at ESU 37 yrs, 229-154-3 (.597) Career Record 37 yrs, 229-154-3 (.597) Assistants Offensive Coordinator Mike Terwilliger Defensive Line TBA Defensive Backs Henry Baker Offensive Line Mike Santella Wide Receivers Frank Lupin

2011 Schedule Sep 1 Pace Sep 10 Indiana (PA) Sep 17 California (PA) Sep 24 at West Chester Oct 1 BLOOMSBURG Oct 8 at Kutztown Oct 15 C.W. Post Oct 22 Millersville Oct 29 at Cheyney Nov 5 at Shippensburg Nov 12 Edinboro

Series History

2010 Results (3-8, 2-5 PSAC) at Pace W 57-0 Indiana (PA) L 23-17 at California L 45-20 West Chester L 35-31 at Bloomsburg L 26-13 Kutztown L 38-31 at C.W. Post L 28-17 at Millersville W 65-14 Cheyney W 58-14 Shippensburg L 20-17 at Edinboro L 28-25

Sports Information

First Meeting 1913 Series Record ESU leads 43-36-2 Current Win Streak BU, 6 Hale (at BU) vs. ESU 15-3 Douds vs. BU 16-21 Last Meeting 2010; BU 26, ESU 13

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

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

2010 Statistical Leaders * returning players

Rushing Att. Net TD Kendrick Williams* 124 668 9 Matt Marshall 91 302 0 Eric Deery 55 180 2 Passing C-A-I Yds. TD Matt Marshall 214-350-12 2,513 26 Receiving No. Yds. TD Ed Kiser 57 860 5 Dusty Reed* 31 377 6

Defense Tkl TfL Sck Int Matt Freed 120 14.0 7.5 1 Herschel Thornton* 82 1.0 0.0 1 Taylor Cave* 72 7.0 1.0 1 Mark Kalo 63 3.0 0.0 0 Brett Moss* 56 12.0 6.5 0 Mike Bergey* 51 5.0 2.0 1 Rudy Cerami* 51 5.5 1.5 0 Alex Figueroa 44 9.5 7.5 0 2011 Huskies Football

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2011 OPPONENTS

Cheyney University Wolves

October 8 • Redman Stadium • Bloomsburg, pa • 3:30 pm

General Information Location Cheyney, Pa Founded 1837 Enrollment 1,700 School Colors Blue and White Conference PSAC Stadium O’Shields-Stevenson Stadium Capacity 5,000 Surface Natural Grass President Dr. Michelle R. Howard-Vital Athletic Director China Jude

Coaching Information

Schedule/Results

Head Coach Ken Lockard Alma Mater Bucknell University ('03) Record at CU First year, 0-0 (.000) Career Record First year, 0-0 (.000) Assistants Assistant Coach Steve Dent Assistant Coach Anthony Johnson Assistant Coach Norman King Assistant Coach Tim Massaquoi Assistant Coach Chris Rouhlac Assistant Coach Harold Smith

2011 Schedule Sep 3 Lincoln Sep 10 at Slippery Rock Sep 17 at Edinboro Sep 24 at Kutztown Oct 1 Millersville Oct 8 at BLOOMSBURG Oct 15 at West Chester Oct 22 Shippensburg Oct 29 East Stroudsburg Nov 5 at C.W. Post Nov 12 California (PA)

Series History

2010 Results (1-10,1-6 PSAC) Lincoln L 12-0 Slippery Rock L 30-0 Edinboro L 27-21 Kutztown L 52-14 at Millersville W 20-17 Bloomsburg L 52-14 at West Chester L 48-34 at Shippensburg L 50-0 at East Stroudsburg L 58-14 C.W. Post L 63-28 at California (PA) L 57-6

Sports Information

First Meeting 1960 Series Record 40-9-1 BU Current Win Streak BU, 21 Hale (at BU) vs. Cheyney 18-0 Lockard vs. BU 0-0 Last Meeting 2010; BU 52, CU 14

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

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

2010 Statistical Leaders * returning players

Rushing Att. Net TD Marcus Jones* 163 917 3 John Newman 74 406 4 Passing C-A-I Yds. TD Chris Anderson* 146-62-6 965 7 Receiving No. Yds. TD John Newman 16 216 1 Travis Taltoan 15 251 3 Prince Stewar* 15 171 1 50

2011 Huskies Football

Defense Tkl TfL Sck Int Thomas Stewart* 83 4.0 1.0 2 Bryon Payne 67 2.5 0.0 0 Corey Brown* 48 3.5 0.0 1 Tim Hume* 45 14.5 9.5 0 Maurice Jones* 42 2.0 0.0 0 Frank Lyburn* 42 7.0 0.5 0 Byron Void* 38 1.5 0.5 0 Brandon Buchanon 35 0 .0 0.0 2


2011 OPPONENTS

Shippensburg Red Raiders

October 15 • Redman Stadium • Bloomsburg, pa • 1:00 Pm

General Information Location Shippensburg, Pa Founded 1871 Enrollment 8,300 School Colors Red and Blue Conference PSAC Stadium Seth Grove Stadium Capacity 7,700 Surface Field Turf Tarkett President Dr. William N. Ruud Athletic Director Jeff Michaels

Coaching Information

Schedule/Results

Head Coach Mark Maciejewski Alma Mater Shippensburg ('92) Record at Ship First year, 0-0 (.000) Career Record First year, 0-0 (.000) Assistants Defensive Coordinator Mike Burket Offensive Coordinator Mike Yurcich Running Backs J.C. Morgan Defensive Line Mike Chronister Defensive Backs Tony Johnson Offensive Line Pete Lee

2011 Schedule Sep 3 at Shepard Sep 10 at Gannon Sep 17 Clarion Sep 24 at C.W. Post Oct 1 Kutztown Oct 8 West Chester Oct 15 at BLOOMSBURG Oct 22 at Cheyney Oct 29 at Millersville Nov 5 East Stroudsburg Nov 12 Mercyhurst

Series History

2010 Results (5-6, 3-4 PSAC) Shepherd L 35-27 Gannon L 22-19 at Clarion W 28-24 C.W. Post L 31-14 at Kutztown L 33-24 at West Chester (2OT) L 44-43 Bloomsburg L 23-3 Cheyney W 50-0 Millersville W 19-14 at East Stroudsburg W 20-17 at Mercyhurst W 41-17

Sports Information

First Meeting 1917 Series Record Ship leads 42-32 Current Win Streak BU, 1 Hale (at BU) vs. Ship 9-8 Maciejewski (at Ship) vs. BU 0-0 Last Meeting 2010; BU 23, Ship 3

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

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

2010 Statistical Leaders * returning players

Rushing Att. Net TD Kevin Herod* 134 560 5 Kevin Marshall 119 557 8 Roshaan McCain* 62 258 6 Passing C-A-I Yds. TD Steve Adams* 136-266-15 2,205 17 Receiving No. Yds. TD Kevin Marshall 29 362 3 Bryan Barley* 26 654 5

Defense Tkl TfL Sck Int Riley Bowen 69 11.4 4.5 1 Vinnie Ranauto* 65 5.5 0.5 2 Cody Fleming 62 8.0 1.0 0 Marcellus Sammons 44 3.5 0.0 1 Jamahn McCollough 43 1.0 0.0 2 Tyrik Clary 42 7.0 3.5 1 Tyriq Kershaw 40 2.5 0.0 0 Erik Van Ness 37 10.0 3.0 0 2011 Huskies Football

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2011 OPPONENTS

West Chester Golden Rams

October 22 • John A. Farrell Stadium • West Chester, pa • 2:00 pm

General Information Location West Chester, Pa Founded 1871 Enrollment 14,300 School Colors Purple and Gold Conference PSAC Stadium John A. Farrell Stadium Capacity 7,500 Surface Field Turf President Dr. Greg Weisenstein Athletic Director Dr. Edward M. Matejkovic

Coaching Information

Schedule/Results

Head Coach Bill Zwaan Alma Mater Delaware ('79) Record at WCU 8 yrs, 65-33 (.663) Career Record 14 yrs, 119-47 (.717) Assistants Defensive Coordinator Mike Furlong Offensive Coordinator Gerald Toney Running Backs Jim Brazil Defensive Line Brandon Noble Defensive Backs Chris Bantell Offensive Line JoJo Patrick

2011 Schedule Sep 3 at New Haven Sep 10 at Delaware Sep 17 Slippery Rock Sep 24 East Stroudsburg Oct 1 at C.W. Post Oct 8 at Shippensburg Oct 15 at Cheyney Oct 22 BLOOMSBURG Oct 29 Kutztown Nov 5 at Millersville Nov 12 Indiana (PA)

Series History

2010 Results (4-7, 4-3 PSAC) at Delaware L 31-0 Edinboro L 16-14 at Slippery Rock (OT) L 33-27 at East Stroudsburg W 35-31 C.W. Post (3OT) L 39-37 Shippensburg (2OT) W 44-43 Cheyney W 48-34 at Bloomsburg L 45-21 at Kutztown L 45-23 Millersville W 45-14 at Indiana (PA) L 27-10

Sports Information

First Meeting 1925 Series Record WCU leads 46-22 Current Win Streak BU, 1 Hale (at BU) vs. WCU 11-7 Zwaan (at WCU) vs. BU 5-3 Last Meeting 2010; BU 45, WCU 21

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

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

2010 Statistical Leaders * returning players

Rushing Att. Net TD D'Andre Webb 90 544 11 Jackson Fagan* 112 464 4 Passing C-A-I Yds. TD Mike Mattei* 134-242-13 1,970 12 Sean McCartney* 48-99-1 722 7 Receiving No. Yds. TD Dan DePalma 50 962 9 Jackson Fagan* 32 382 1 52

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Defense Tkl TfL Sck Int Cedric Jeffries 61 0.0 0.0 0 Anthony McCloskey* 61 5.5 1.0 0 Morty Hoey 59 2.5 1.0 0 Bob Sabol* 47 2.0 0.0 1 Mike Lonergan* 47 6.5 2.0 0 Ronnie Koons 45 4.5 3.0 0 Carl Barnes* 43 1.0 0.0 0 John O'Donnell* 48 0.0 0.0 2


2011 OPPONENTS

C.W. Post Pioneers

October 29 • Redman Stadium • Bloomsburg, pa • 2:30 PM

General Information Location Brookville, NY Founded 1954 Enrollment 8,472 School Colors Green and Gold Conference PSAC Stadium Hickox Field Capacity 5,000 Surface Field Turf President Dr. David J. Steinberg Athletic Director Bryan Collins

Coaching Information

Schedule/Results

Head Coach Bryan Collins Alma Mater St. John’s University ('87) Record at CWP 13 yrs, 93-39 (.705) Career Record 13 yrs, 93-39 (.705) Assistants Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Brian Hughes Running Backs Omar King Defensive Line James Gibbons Defensive Backs Ernie Blount Wide Receivers Joe Osovet

2011 Schedule Sep 3 American Intern. Sep 10 at California (PA) Sep 17 at Mercyhurst Sep 24 Shippensburg Oct 1 West Chester Oct 8 at Millersville Oct 15 at East Stroudsburg Oct 22 Kutztown Oct 29 at BLOOMSBURG Nov 5 Cheyney Nov 12 Slippery Rock

Series History

2010 Results (7-4, 5-2 PSAC) at American Intern W 20-11 California (PA) L 40-13 Mercyhurst L 28-20 at Shippensburg W 31-14 at West Chester (3OT) W 39-37 Millersville W 49-21 East Stroudsburg W 28-17 at Kutztown L 50-48 Bloomsburg L 36-13 at Cheyney W 63-28 at Slippery Rock W 42-38

Sports Information

First Meeting 2007 Series Record BU leads 4-0 Current Win Streak BU, 4 Hale (at BU) vs. C.W. Post 4-0 Collins (at CWP) vs. BU 0-4 Last Meeting 2010; BU 36, CWP 13

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

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

2010 Statistical Leaders * returning players

Rushing Att. Net TD Erik Anderwkavich 158 680 4 Anthony Brunetti* 111 589 10 Thomas Beverly* 107 533 5 Passing C-A-I Yds. TD Eric Anderwkavich 198-332-13 2,625 28 Receiving No. Yds. TD Darnel Williams 72 963 12 Joe Botti* 33 663 6

Defense Tkl TfL Sck Int Billy O'Connor* 125 5.0 0.5 1 Ronnie Modik* 104 5.0 1.0 5 Lou Scala* 73 7.0 2.5 1 Juma McKenley 56 1.5 0.0 1 Alex Mauro* 44 1.5 0.0 2 Chris DiIorro* 43 4.5 0.0 1 Andrew Jackson* 42 7.5 3.0 0 TuQwan Ashley* 40 4.0 1.5 0 2011 Huskies Football

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2011 OPPONENTS

Kutztown Golden Bears

November 5 • UNIVERSITY FIELD • KUTZTOWN, PA • 1:05 pm

General Information Location Kutztown, Pa Founded 1866 Enrollment 10,300 School Colors Maroon and Gold Conference PSAC Stadium University Field Capacity 5,600 Surface A-Turf President Dr. F. Javier Cevallos Athletic Director Greg Bamberger

Coaching Information

Schedule/Results

Head Coach Raymond Monica Alma Mater North Alabama (‘90) Record at KU 5 yrs, 27-28 (.491) Career Record 5 yrs, 27-28 (.491) Assistants Offensive Coordinator Drew Folmar Defensive Coordinator Dennis Iezzi Running Backs Dan Csencsitz Defensive Line Tim Tobin Offensive Line Raymond Yannuzzzi

2011 Schedule Sep 2 at Saint Anselm Sep 11 at Mercyhurst Sep 17 Lock Haven Sep 24 Cheyney Oct 1 at Shippensburg Oct 8 East Stroudsburg Oct 15 at Millersville Oct 22 at C.W. Post Oct 29 atWest Chester Nov 5 BLOOMSBURG Nov 12 Gannon

Series History

2010 Results (10-2, 6-1 PSAC) Saint Anselm W 41-0 Mercyhurst W 35-14 at Lock Haven W 38-13 at Cheyney W 52-14 Shippensburg W 33-24 at East Stroudsburg W 38-31 Millersville W 38-28 C.W. Post W 50-48 West Chester W 45-23 at Bloomsburg L 61-35 at Gannon W 27-24 Shepherd L 41-34

Sports Information

First Meeting 1927 Series Record BU leads 43-20-1 Current Win Streak BU, 14 Hale (at BU) vs. Kutztown 14-0 Monica vs. BU 0-5 Last Meeting 2010; BU 61, KU 35

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

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

2010 Statistical Leaders * returning players

Rushing Att. Net TD Kendell Coleman 124 604 7 Josh Mastromatt* 84 445 8 Kevin Morton* 94 261 6 Passing C-A-I Yds. TD Kevin Morton* 270-434-16 3,633 38 Receiving No. Yds. TD Erik Frazier* 64 935 7 Josh Smith* 52 696 12 54

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Defense Tkl TfL Sck Int Joel Irwin 92 2.0 1.5 1 Khalief Evans 87 1.0 0.0 0 Greg Rotkowski 73 5.0 2.5 2 Jay McKnight 65 9.0 2.0 3 Jason Ulmer* 61 1.0 0.0 1 Kevin Bolinsky 51 13.0 9.5 0 Troy Robinson 49 0.0 0.0 1 Bill McMonigle* 48 7.0 1.5 0


2011 OPPONENTS

Lock Haven Bald Eagles

November 12 • REDMAN Stadium •BLOOMSBURG, PA • 1:00 pm

General Information Location Lock Haven, Pa Founded 1870 Enrollment 5,105 School Colors Crimson and White Conference PSAC Stadium Hubert Jack Stadium Capacity 3,500 Surface A-Turf President Dr. Michael Fiorentino, Jr Athletic Director Sharon Taylor

Coaching Information Head Coach Alma Mater Record at LHU Career Record

Schedule/Results

John Allen James Madison University (‘96) First year, 0-0 (.000) First year, 0-0 (.000)

Assistants Defensive Coordinator Denauld Brown Defensive Line Eric Saenz Defensive Backs Terry Szucs Offensive Line Chris Sprague

2011 Schedule Sep 10 Millersville Sep 17 at Kutztown Sep 24 Mercyhurst Oct 1 California (PA) Oct 8 at Clarion Oct 15 at Gannon Oct 22 Slippery Rock Oct 29 at Edinboro Nov 5 Indiana (PA) Nov 12 at BLOOMSBURG

Series History

2010 Results (0-11, 0-7 PSAC) at VMI L 48-6 at Millersville L 35-21 Kutztown L 38-13 at Mercyhurst L 41-0 at California (PA) L 58-0 Clarion L 49-6 Gannon L 42-7 at Slippery Rock L 56-14 Edinboro L 30-22 at Indiana (PA) L 63-31 Bloomsburg L 41-17

Sports Information

First Meeting 1908 Series Record BU leads 44-38-3 Current Win Streak BU, 3 Hale vs. Lock Haven 13-1 Allen vs. BU 0-0 Last Meeting 2010; BU 41, LHU 17

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

Doug Spatafore 570-484-2350 dspatafo@lhup.edu golhu.com

2010 Statistical Leaders * returning players

Rushing Att. Net TD Rashad Johnson* 100 265 1 Jeremiah Dunchack* 79 265 2 Passing C-A-I Yds. TD Jarrett Kratzer* 155-80-7 821 7 Jarryd Burkett* 119-72-4 733 4 Receiving No. Yds. TD Jay Hartman* 52 660 6 Jesse Hoover* 27 499 4

Defense Tkl TfL Sck Int Wes Plummer 69 6.0 0.0 3 Kenny Monroe* 67 1.0 0.0 1 Ryan Good* 51 5.0 2.0 1 Nick Gounaris 51 10.0 2.0 0 Zsone Olds* 38 0.0 0.0 1 James Goins* 35 3.0 0.0 1 Corey Porta* 32 2.5 0.0 0 Skyler Wool* 26 2.5 1.5 0 2011 Huskies Football

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2010 GAME RECAPS

GAME 1 Bloomsburg 14, Ashland 24 September 4, 2010 ASHLAND, OH--Quarterback Taylor Housewright threw for 248 yards and two touchdowns to lead Ashland University to a 24-14 win over Bloomsburg University in the season opener for both teams. The Huskies opened the game’s scoring in the first period on its first possession of the season. After the Bloomsburg defense forced a three and out for the Eagles on the game’s opening drive, the Huskies took over at the Ashland 40 yard line and moved 25 yards in seven plays. On the drive quarterback Pat Carey completed his first collegiate pass for 18 yards to Matt Marchioni to keep the drive alive. When the drive stalled, Dan Fisher connected on a 32-yard field goal try for a 3-0 lead. Ashland tied the score on its next possession moving to the Huskies 17-yard line before settling for a 34-yard field goal from Gregg Berkshire. The Eagles took the lead for good in the game in the second quater with the help of its special teams. After pinning the Huskies deep in their own territory, Ashland blocked Bloomsburg’s punt from inside the five yard line with Anthony Capasso recovering the end zone for a touchdown giving the home team a 10-3 lead. Bloomsburg got three points back late in the second period after marching from its own 32 yard line to the Ashland 21 yard line before settling for a 38-yard field goal from Fisher. Ashland extended its lead to 17-6 with the help of a big play from Housewright. After the Eagles were pinned back inside its five-yard line, Housewright hit Joe Horn with a 96-yard touchdown pass to put the Huskies in a deep hole. The Huskies cut into the Ashland lead in the fourth quarter putting together a 13-play, 90-yard drive. Freshmen tailback Franklyn Quiteh carried seven times for 40 yards on the drive, including the final five yards for the score. Quiteh then added a two-point running conversion to make it a 17-14 game with 3:33 to go. On Ashland’s first play on the ensuing drive, Housewright ran 53 yards on the first play putting the ball at the Huskies 14 yard line and effectively ending any chance for a Bloomsburg comeback. Housewright capped off the day later in the drive hitting Mike Knueven with a five-yard scoring pass.

SCORING SUMMARY Bloomsburg 3 3 0 8 - 14 Ashland 3 7 7 7 - 24 1st BU - Fisher 32 field goal AU - Berkshire 34 field goal 2nd AU - Capasso 3 blocked punt return (Berkshire kick) BU- Fisher 38 field goal

3rd AU- Horn 96 pass from Housewright (Berkshire kick) 4th BU- Quiteh 5 run (Quiteh rush) AU- Knueven 5 pass from Housewright (Berkshire kick)

TEAM STATISTICS AU BLOOM FIRST DOWNS 13 18 RUSHING YARDS 157 135 PASSING YARDS 248 150 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 405 285 FUMBLES Number-Lost 1-0 0-0 INTERCEPTIONS 2 0 PENALTIES Number-Yards 4-38 1-9 PUNTS-YARDS 6-262 7-216 KICKOFFS-YARDS 5-290 4-247 TIME OF POSSESSION 27:56 32:04 THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 5 of 15 6 of 16 FOURTH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 1 of 3 1 of 1 RED-ZONE Scores-Chances 2-3 2-2 SACKS BY Number-Yards 2-15 0-0 FIELD GOALS 1-2 2-2

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GAME 2 Bloomsburg 41, Clarion 13 September 11, 2010 BLOOMSBURG--With over 500 yards of total offense and another stellar performance from BU freshman Franklyn Quiteh, the Bloomsburg University football team handily defeated the Golden Eagles of Clarion University, 41-13 at Redman Stadium. Quiteh rushed for a game-high 218 yards and two touchdowns, helping the Huskies clinch their first win of the 2010 season. Clarion looked strong on the game’s opening drive, orchestrating an 11-play, 75-yard drive, culminating in a one-yard keeper rush by sophomore quarterback Eric Coxon to give the Golden Eagles a 7-0 lead. On the Huskies’ first play from scrimmage, BU quarterback Pat Carey went deep to hit senior Cory Stiger for a 66-yard touchdown pass, quickly leveling the score at 7-7. Early in the second half, Quiteh broke loose for a 35-yard rush on a drive that eventually ended with an 11-yard touchdown rush by BU junior fullback Matt Cox, giving the Huskies a 14-7 lead. After a Bloomsburg three-and-out to start the third quarter, Clarion drove 45 yards in 10 plays for a first down on the BU 10-yard line. The Huskies held strong in the red zone, and the Golden Eagles were held to a field goal, narrowing the lead to 14-10. Junior Tyler Guise got the Huskies’ momentum going with a 51-yard kickoff return to start the next drive. Guise would later have a 22-yard reception, and an eight-yard Carey pass to senior Chris Tressler completed the drive. On the second play of Clarion’s next drive, junior Bloomsburg linesman John Pettine put his hand on a Coxon pass and reeled it in for his first career interception. A 45-yard rush by Quiteh on BU’s second play broke the game open to 28-10. The fourth quarter elapsed quickly, opening with a 13-play drive by the Huskies, who were eager to milk time off the clock. True freshman Codie Butler replaced Quiteh in the final minutes and made an immediate impact in his college debut. Butler posted 84 yards in 10 attempts, including a five-yard touchdown to close out the game’s scoring at 41-13.

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SCORING SUMMARY Clarion Bloomsburg

7 0 6 0 - 13 7 7 20 7 - 41

1st CU- Coxon 1 run (Mamula kick) BU- Stiger 66 pass from Carey (Fisher kick) 2nd BU- Cox 11 run (Fisher kick) 3rd CU- Mamula 27 field goal

3rd BU- Tressler 8 pass from Carey (Fisher kick) BU- Quiteh 45 run (Fisher kick) BU- Quiteh 68 run (Fisher kick) CU- Mamula 25 field goal 4th BU- Butler 5 run (Fisher kick)

TEAM STATISTICS BLOOM CU FIRST DOWNS 20 22 RUSHING YARDS 344 107 PASSING YARDS 163 246 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 507 353 FUMBLES Number-Lost 1-0 1-1 INTERCEPTIONS 0 1 PENALTIES Number-Yards 4-43 3-40 PUNTS-YARDS 3-84 4-153 KICKOFFS-YARDS 7-420 4-246 TIME OF POSSESSION 25:13 34:47 THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 7 of 12 9 of 18 FOURTH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 0 of 0 0 of 1 RED-ZONE Scores-Chances 3-4 3-5 SACKS BY Number-Yards 2-10 1-5 FIELD GOALS 0-2 2-3


2010 GAME RECAPS

GAME 3 Bloomsburg 47, Indiana (Pa.) 20 September 18, 2010 BLOOMSBURG--After falling behind 10-0 in the first quarter, the Bloomsburg University football team went on a 47-3 rampage, as the Huskies defeated the visiting Crimson Hawks of Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 47-20, at Redman Stadium. A Bloomsburg fumble on a punt return put the ball in IUP’s hands, allowing the Crimson Hawks to get on the board first with a 35-yard field goal by Craig Burgess. On its next possession, IUP seemed capable of walking away with the game, as a 42-yard drive capped by a seven-yard rush by freshman Teddy Blakeman extended the Crimson Hawks’ advantage to 10-0. Bloomsburg went to the air the subsequent possession, and on his first pass of the day, quarterback Pat Carey connected with sophomore Kyle Fisher, who stayed on his feet for 68 yards to score a touchdown pass in his first game of the 2010 season. The 10-7 score stood for nearly a quarter of the game, but late in the second period, Burgess connected on a 29-yard kick, extending the IUP lead to 13-7. The Huskies then assembled an eight-play, 70-yard drive highlighted by a 20 yard completion from Carey to senior Chris Tressler and a six-yard TD run by redshirt freshman Franklyn Quiteh, as Bloomsburg narrowly jumped in front 14-13. IUP, led by first-time starting quarterback Bo Napoleon, hoped to regain the lead in the final seconds before halftime, but an errant pass by Napoleon on the first play of the next drive landed in the hands of BU senior D. Solomon Oliver for his first career interception. Five plays later, Quiteh ran the final yard of the drive, giving the Huskies a 21-13 advantage entering the break. Bloomsburg broke the game open during that span, starting their second-half scoring with a 60-yard interception return by Mike Varanavage; redshirt freshman Dan Fisher connected on a pair of field goals from 43 and 34 yards; and Carey connected on his second touchdown pass of the day, this time finding senior tight end Ben Weaber from two yards out. The dust finally settled after a 68-yard fumble return found BU sophomore Dan Haverstock with the ball in the end zone for his first career defensive touchdown, as the Huskies posted 26 second-half points and led 47-13 with five minutes remaining.

SCORING SUMMARY Indiana (Pa.) Bloomsburg

10 3 0 7 - 20 7 14 10 16 - 47

1st 3rd (cont’d) IUP- Burgess 35 field goal BU- Fisher 43 field goal IUP- Blakeman 7 run (Burgess kick) 4th BU- Fisher 68 pass from Carey BU- Fisher 34 field goal (Shannon kick) BU- Weaber 2 pass from Carey (Shannon 2nd kick) IUP- Burgess 29 field goal BU- Haverstock 68 fumble recovery BU- Quiteh 6 run (Shannon kick) (Shannon kick) BU- Quiteh 1 run (Shannon kick) IUP- Blakeman 4 run (Burgess kick) 3rd BU- Varanavage 60 interception return (Shannon kick)

GAME STATISTICS BLOOM IUP FIRST DOWNS 17 14 RUSHING YARDS 154 134 PASSING YARDS 237 128 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 391 262 FUMBLES Number-Lost 4-3 4-2 INTERCEPTIONS 5 0 PENALTIES Number-Yards 6-48 3-20 PUNTS-YARDS 6-220 5-192 KICKOFFS-YARDS 9-545 5-325 TIME OF POSSESSION 28:43 31:17 THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 4 of 12 5 of 16 FOURTH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 0 of 0 1 of 1 RED-ZONE Scores-Chances 4-4 4-4 SACKS BY Number-Yards 1-10 1-9 FIELD GOALS 2-2 2-2

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GAME 4 Bloomsburg 44, Millersville 7 September 19, 2009 MILLERSVILLE--Franklyn Quiteh rushed for a career-high 223 yards and scored two touchdowns to lead Bloomsburg University to a 44-7 win over Millersville in the PSAC (Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference) Eastern Division opener. Quiteh nearly put the Huskies in front on the game’s first play from scrimmage going 67-yards to the Millersville one-yard line. However, the Huskies could not punch the ball in on three plays and missed on a 19-yard field goal try. Bloomsburg did get into the endzone on its second possession when Quiteh capped a 50-yard scoring drive with a 25-yard run. The extra point though failed and the Huskies led 6-0. Late in the first quarter a Millersville punt pinned the Huskies back at their own 10-yard line. Quiteh got the Huskies out of trouble after three carries moved the ball to the Bloomsburg 20. Alternating the passing game and the run the Huskies worked the ball to the Millersville 37-yard line. Quiteh then had runs of twenty-two, seven and four yards putting the Huskies first and goal at the four. QB Pat Carey then hit Ben Weaber with a four yard scoring pass on the first play of the second period to make it a 13-0 lead for Bloomsburg. After the Huskies defense forced a punt on Millersville’s next possession, Bloomsburg put together a 43-yard scoring drive to make it 20-0 capped by Carey hitting Tyler Guise with an 11-yard scoring pass, the first career touchdown reception for Guise. Millersville got on the board on its next possession moving 80 yards in eight plays with Mike Jones scoring from one yard out to make it 20-7. Bloomsburg, though, got the score right back marching 64 yards in six plays on its ensuing possession and scoring with 1:56 to go before half. Quiteh scored his second touchdown of the game going in from two yards out for a 27-7 Huskies lead at the break. Bloomsburg added to its lead later in the third quarter when Carey scored his first career touchdown on a one-yard keeper, then got the game’s final score midway through the fourth quarter when backup quarterback Mike Wagner scored his first career touchdown on a four-yard run. Quiteh finished with 22 carries for a career-best 223 yards, Carey was 11 for 17 for 119 yards and two scores and one rushing touchdown. 60

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SCORING SUMMARY Bloomsburg Millersville

6 21 10 7 - 44 0 7 0 0 - 7

1st BU - Quiteh 25 run (PAT Failed) 2nd BU- Weaber 4 pass from Carey (Shannon kick) BU - Guise 11 pass from Carey (Shannon Kick) MU- Jones 1 run (Kassab kick)

2nd (cont’d) BU - Quiteh 2 run (Shannon kick) 3rd BU - Fisher 32 field goal BU - Carey 1 run (Fisher kick) 4th BU- Wagner 4 run (Fisher kick)

GAME STATISTICS BLOOM MU FIRST DOWNS 28 16 RUSHING YARDS 364 109 PASSING YARDS 128 126 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 492 235 FUMBLES Number-Lost 1-0 1-0 INTERCEPTIONS 3 0 PENALTIES Number-Yards 9-95 8-80 PUNTS-YARDS 2-88 6-184 KICKOFFS-YARDS 8-505 2-119 TIME OF POSSESSION 32:57 27:03 THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 7 of 14 3 of 12 FOURTH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 1 of 1 0 of 0 RED-ZONE Scores-Chances 6-7 1-2 SACKS BY Number-Yards 3-13 1-6 FIELD GOALS 1-2 0-0


2010 GAME RECAPS GAME 5 Bloomsburg 26, East Stroudsburg 13 October 2, 2010 BLOOMSBURG--Bloomsburg University’s Franklyn Quiteh racked up 246 yards on 39 carries to lead the Huskies to a 26-13 victory over East Stroudsburg University in a Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Eastern Division matchup at Redman Stadium. The ESU Warriors, led by senior quarterback Matt Marshall, elected to begin the game with the ball and came out looking strong. Marshall got off to a quick start, completing a 58-yard pass to tailback Joe Klebon on his first throwing attempt. Kicker Taylor Groff concluded the drive with a 41-yard field goal, putting East Stroudsburg on the board first, 3-0. On Bloomsburg’s first possession of the second quarter, Dan Fisher booted a 26-yard field goal to equalize the score at 3-3. Quiteh broke loose for a 42-yard run, his longest of the day. Two plays later, Carey connected with BU sophomore Kyle Fisher for a 32-yard touchdown pass, putting Bloomsburg on top, 10-3. The Huskies went to the air again after the break, but one play into the half, Carey was picked for a third time, falling victim to the hands of Zechariah Runkle, who returned the throw 26 yards, putting the Warriors on the BU 22-yard line. The Bloomsburg defense was impenetrable again, and ESU settled for a 33yard field goal to narrow the BU lead to 10-6. Bloomsburg responded with a 10-play, 68-yard drive highlighted by a 21-yard boot by Fisher, making it a 13-6 game. East Stroudsburg’s woes continued as receiver Eric Deery fumbled on ESU’s 15-yard line, allowing Bloomsburg captain Alex Landis to recover for the Huskies. Despite being unable to progress for a first down, BU extended its lead with a 30-yard field goal from Fisher, pulling away 16-6. The Warriors were held to yet another three-and-out on their next possession; the Huskies’ defense would accomplish the feat five times total in the game. A pair of pass-interference calls and another 42-yard breakout by Quiteh put Bloomsburg close enough for Carey to complete a three-yard touchdown toss to senior Cory Stiger, breaking open the game at 23-6. The Warriors’ mistakes continued in the fourth, when a muffed ESU punt was murecovered by BU sophomore Dan Haverstock. Fisher soon connected on his fourth field goal of the game from 41 yards, giving the Maroon and Gold 16 unanswered points.

SCORING SUMMARY East Stroudsburg Bloomsburg

3 0 3 7-13 0 10 13 3-26

1st ESU- Groff 41 field goal 2nd BU- Fisher 26 field goal BU - Fisher 32 pass from Carey (Shannon kick) 3rd ESU- Groff 33 field goal BU- Fisher 21 field goal

3rd (cont’d) BU- Fisher 30 field goal BU- Stiger 3 pass from Carey (Shannon kick) 4th BU- Fisher 41 field goal ESU - Giglio 10 pass from Marshall (Groff kick)

GAME STATISTICS ESU BLOOM FIRST DOWNS 11 20 RUSHING YARDS 10 319 PASSING YARDS 209 67 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 219 386 FUMBLES Number-Lost 3-2 1-1 INTERCEPTIONS 3 1 PENALTIES Number-Yards 11-100 10-115 PUNTS-YARDS 9-330 4-124 KICKOFFS-YARDS 3-181 7-461 TIME OF POSSESSION 24:27 35:33 THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 4 of 15 4 of 14 FOURTH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 0 of 0 0 of 0 RED-ZONE Scores-Chances 3-3 4-6 SACKS BY Number-Yards 1-6 4-24 FIELD GOALS 2-2 4-5

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GAME 6 Bloomsburg 52, Cheyney 14 October 9, 2010 CHEYNEY--Franklyn Quiteh rushed for 122 yards and scored two touchdowns to lead Bloomsburg University to a 52-14 win over Cheyney University. Quiteh got the Huskies off to a quick start when he scored on a two-yard run on the opening drive of the game. Quiteh carried six times for 44 yards on the drive. After Bloomsburg’s Alex Landis intercepted a Cheyney pass on the Wolves first series, the Huskies quickly scored again. On the first play of the drive quarterback Pat Carey hit Tyler Guise for a 30-yard completion to the Cheyney 23-yard line. Quiteh then went those final 23 yards to make it 14-0 with 6:12 left in the first period. In the second quarter Carey threw two touchdown passes, one a 62-yard completion to Kyle Fisher and the other a 20-yard scoring strike to Cory Stiger. Bloomsburg closed out the scoring when Dan Fisher hit a 36-yard field goal, his 10th of the season, for a 31-0 lead at the break. The 10 field goals for Fisher tied the school-single record set by Chris Mingrone in 1986. Cheyney got the board on its first series of the second half when John Newman scored on a four-yard run to make it 31-7. Bloomsburg make it 38-7 on its first possession of the half when Codie Butler capped a 10-play, 51-yard drive with a four-yard run. Later Bloomsburg’s Matt Wenrich scored his first collegiate touchdown on a 15-yard run and defensive back Drew Siegfried returned a fumble 32 yards for his career score. Cheyney added a 28-yard scoring pass from Chris Anderson to Dominic Crowell for the game’s final score in the fourth to make the final 52-14. Quiteh, who did not carry the ball in the second half of the game, finished with 12 carries for 122 yards and went over 1,000 yards for the season, the 13th time a Bloomsburg runner has topped 1,000 yards in a season.

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SCORING SUMMARY Bloomsburg Cheyney

14 17 21 0 - 52 0 0 7 7 - 14

1st BU - Quiteh 2 run (Shannon kick) BU - Quiteh 23 run (Shannon kick) 2nd BU - Fisher 62 pass from Carey (Shannon kick) BU - Stiger 20 pass from Carey (Shannon kick) BU- Fisher 36 field goal 3rd CU- Newman 4 run (Wilkinson kick)

3rd (cont’d) BU- Butler 4 run (Fisher kick) BU- Wenrich 15 run (Fisher kick) BU- Siegfried 32 fumble recovery (Fisher kick) 4th CU- Crowell 28 pass from Anderson (Wilkinson kick)

GAME STATISTICS BLOOM CHEYNEY FIRST DOWNS 20 16 RUSHING YARDS 236 160 PASSING YARDS 147 116 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 383 276 FUMBLES Number-Lost 3-0 5-4 INTERCEPTIONS 1 0 PENALTIES Number-Yards 5-58 4-29 PUNTS-YARDS 2-64 4-132 KICKOFFS-YARDS 9-559 3-142 TIME OF POSSESSION 27:03 32:57 THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 6 of 11 7 of 13 FOURTH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 0 of 1 1 of 2 RED-ZONE Scores-Chances 5-5 1-2 SACKS BY Number-Yards 0-0 0-0 FIELD GOALS 1-1 0-0


2010 GAME RECAPS

GAME 7 Bloomsburg 23, Shippensburg 3 October 16, 2010 SHIPPENSBURG--Bloomsburg University quarterback Pat Carey threw for 176 yards and two touchdowns and the Huskies defense limited Shippensburg to just 93-yards of total offense as the 20th-ranked Huskies beat Shippensburg 23-3. The win was also the 150th at Bloomsburg for head coach Danny Hale. Bloomsburg scored on the opening drive of the game with Franklyn Quiteh leading the way. Quiteh carried nine times on the drive for 58-yards, including the final three on the way to end zone to give the Huskies a 7-0 lead with 9:49 to play in the period. Shippensburg responded on its second drive of the game moving from the Bloomsburg 48-yard line to the Huskies 8-yard line before the drive stalled. The Red Raiders then settled for a 25-yard field goal from Drew Newcomer to make it 7-3. The Huskies made it 10-3 early in the second half on a Daniel Fisher record-breaking field goal. Fisher connected on a 43-yard field goal, the 11th of the season breaking the school single-season mark he shared with Chris Mingrone first done in 1986. Bloomsburg made it 17-3 right before halftime with the help of a short Shippensburg punt. With the Red Raiders backed up to their own 11-yard line, Shippensburg got off just a 14-yard punt giving Bloomsburg the ball at the Red Raider 25-yard line with 39 seconds left in the half. Carey hit Cory Stiger for six yards to the 19-yard line, then, found Ben Weaber in the end zone for touchdown with 21 seconds left in the half. The final touchdown of the day for Bloomsburg came early in the fourth period when Carey hit Chris Tressler with a 52-yard touchdown pass with 11:52 left to go in the game. Overall, Carey was 14 of 20 on the day with Stiger catching six passes for 47 yards, while Quiteh finished with 109 yards on 26 carries and the one touchdown. Defensively the Huskies were dominant after the first period holding the Red Raiders to just 24 yards of total offense over the final three quarters. Shippensburg was also 0-12 in third-down situations for the game and was held without a touchdown for the first time since the 2008 season when the Huskies beat them 21-0. Jarrett Pidgeon led the way with 10 tackles, nine of them solo. He also had 3.5 tackles for loss and one sack in the game.

SCORING SUMMARY Bloomsburg Shippensburg

7 10 0 6 - 23 3 0 0 0 - 3

1st BU - Quiteh 3 run (Fisher kick) SHIP - Newcomer 25 field goal 2nd BU - Fisher 43 field goal BU - Weaber 19 pass from Carey (Fisher kick)

4th BU- Tressler 52 pass from Carey (Snyder rush failed)

GAME STATISTICS BLOOM SHIP FIRST DOWNS 20 8 RUSHING YARDS 188 57 PASSING YARDS 176 36 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 364 93 FUMBLES Number-Lost 2-1 2-0 INTERCEPTIONS 0 0 PENALTIES Number-Yards 9-72 6-56 PUNTS-YARDS 6-208 10-351 KICKOFFS-YARDS 5-297 2-129 TIME OF POSSESSION 35:56 24:04 THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 7 of 15 0 of 12 FOURTH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 0 of 1 1 of 1 RED-ZONE Scores-Chances 2-2 1-1 SACKS BY Number-Yards 4-28 1-7 FIELD GOALS 1-1 1-1

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GAME 8 Bloomsburg 45, West Chester 21 October 23, 2010 BLOOMSBURG--Franklyn Quiteh rushed for 161 yards and three touchdownsto lead No. 16 Bloomsburg University over West Chester University in Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) football action. The Huskies forced a three-and-out on the Golden Rams’ first drive allowing Quiteh to brake loose andfor a 37-yard touchdown. With a 7-0 lead, BU would put together a 12-play, 90-yard drive concluding with a seven-yard Pat Carey toss to senior captain Ben Weaber to give the Huskies a 14-0 lead. With 1:35 remaining, Carey would find junior Tyler Guise for a 30-yard TD to give the Huskies a 21-0 lead. On the Golden Rams’ ensuing drive quarterback Mike Mattei completed four passes on the 8-play 70-yard drive to narrow the score to 21-7. West Chester forced Bloomsburg’s first punt on the next drive, and Mattei once again orchestrated a scoring drive on 13-plays, covering 62 yards to cut Bloomsburg’s lead to 21-14 with less than 30 seconds remaining in the half. With halftime looming Carey threw a lateral to tight end Weaber, who aired the ball out downfield, connecting with sophomore Kyle Fisher for a 53-yard gain. With 7 seconds remaining, Carey threw to Weaber for the final three yards needed to get to the endzone, and Bloomsburg carried a 28-14 lead into the break. In the third quarter West Chester’s D’Andre Webb escaped for a 77-yard run, tightening the game, 28-21. Bloomsburg would respond with a two-yard score by Quiteh to bring the lead back to 14. Justin Rivera would force the day’s only interception which sparked an 11-play drive that was capped by a Daniel Fisher field goal. BU would go on to keep possession for nearly 11 of 15 minutes in the quarter. The final score of the game came on yet another run by Quiteh, who scored his third touchdown of the day from 17-yards out to ice the game at 45-21. In addition to Quiteh’s 161 yards on the ground, freshman Codie Butler ran for a career-high 110 on 15 attempts. The game was the first this season in which two Husky backs tallied 100+ yards. Defensively, captain Mike Varanavage had 10 tackles on the day, including two for loss. Marcus Zimmerman had seven tackles, while reigning PSAC East Defensive Player of the Week Jarrett Pidgeon had five. 64

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SCORING SUMMARY West Chester 0 14 7 0 - 21 Bloomsburg 21 7 10 7 - 45 1st BU - Quiteh 37 run (Shannon kick) BU - Weaber 7 pass from Carey (Shannon kick) BU - Guise 30 pass from Carey (Shannon kick) 2nd WCU - Lee 18 pass from Mattei (Leo kick)_ WCU - Keyser 5 pass from Mattei (Leo kick)

2nd (cont’d) BU - Weaber 3 pass from Carey (Shannon kick) 3rd WCU - Webb 77 run (Leo kick) BU - Quiteh 2 run (Fisher kick) BU - Fisher 40 field goal 4th BU - Quiteh 17 run (Fisher kick)

GAME STATISTICS WCU BLOOM FIRST DOWNS 14 23 RUSHING YARDS 107 335 PASSING YARDS 143 175 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 250 510 FUMBLES Number-Lost 0-0 3-0 INTERCEPTIONS 0 1 PENALTIES Number-Yards 5-40 7-80 PUNTS-YARDS 6-231 3-109 KICKOFFS-YARDS 4-189 8-489 TIME OF POSSESSION 23:33 36:27 THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 5 of 11 9 of 14 FOURTH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 0 of 0 1 of 1 RED-ZONE Scores-Chances 2-2 4-4 SACKS BY Number-Yards 2-7 3-15 FIELD GOALS 0-0 1-1


2010 GAME RECAPS GAME 9 Bloomsburg 36, C.W. Post 16 October 30, 2010 BROOKEVILLE, NY--Placekicker Daniel Fisher made a school record five field goals and Franklyn Quiteh rushed for 134 yards and a score to lead 13th-ranked Bloomsburg University to a 36-16 win over C.W. Post in a PSAC (Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference) Eastern Division matchup. BU’s Mike Varanavage recovered a fumble at the Pioneers’ 31 yard line on Thomas Beverly’s first carry of the game. Six plays later quarterback Pat Carey hit Andre Morales with a two-yard scoring strike to make it 7-0 just 2:29 into the game. The Huskies added to their lead later following a missed field goal attempt from the Pioneers. After the miss Fisher connected on a 41-yard field goal for a 10-0 lead after one quarter. The Pioneers next drive ended with another fumble, this time with Thomas McFarland making the recovery. Fisher would again split the uprights, giving the Huskies a 13-0 lead. On the ensuing kickoff the Huskies recovered an on-side kick. BU again moved the ball inside the red-zone before the drive stalled with Fisher connecting for the third time and a 16-0 lead. The Pioneers got on the board as Bloomsburg was called for penalties on four consecutive plays with the last being a holding call in the end zone, which by rule is a safety , making it a 16-2 game at halftime. Bloomsburg made it a 19-2 as Fisher hit his fourth field goal of the game, a 37-yarder with 10:35 to play in the third. On the ensuing possession, Jarrett Pidgeon made an interception leading to Fisher’s fifth field goal of the contest, pushing the lead to 20. C.W. Post cut into the Huskies lead after recovering a fumble by Bloomsburg to make it 22-9 through three quarters. The Huskies stretched their lead on the first play of the fourth quarter when Carey hit Cory Stiger with a 42-yard touchdown pass to make to 29-9 with 14:50 left in the game. C.W. Post answered with a 19-yard touchdown pass, bringing the score to 29-16. Following a Bloomsburg punt on its next drive, the Pioneers failed on a fourth down conversion at their own 30-yard line. From there Quiteh covered 27 of the 30 yards in the drive scoring from three yards out to make it a 36-16 game. The Bloomsburg defense then forced another failed fourth down conversion attempt and taking over on downs. The Huskies ran out the final two minutes and ran their winning streak to eight.

SCORING SUMMARY Bloomsburg C.W. Post

10 6 6 14 - 36 0 2 7 7 - 16

1st BU - Morales 5 pass from Carey (Shannon kick) BU - Fisher 41 field goal 2nd BU - Fisher 30 field goal BU - Fisher 33 field goal CWP - Team Safety 3rd BU - Fisher 37 field goal

3rd (cont’d) BU - Fisher 27 field goal CWP - Williams 2 pass from Anderwkavich (Hadnagy kick) 4th BU - Stiger 42 pass from Carey (Fisher kick) CWP - Botti 19 pass from Anderwkavich (Hadnagy kick) BU - Quiteh 3 run (Fisher kick)

GAME STATISTICS BLOOM CWP FIRST DOWNS 17 23 RUSHING YARDS 257 58 PASSING YARDS 119 209 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 376 267 FUMBLES Number-Lost 2-1 7-2 INTERCEPTIONS 1 1 PENALTIES Number-Yards 15-144 6-59 PUNTS-YARDS 1-47 3-105 KICKOFFS-YARDS 9-548 3-164 TIME OF POSSESSION 35:12 24:48 THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 7 of 17 9 of 17 FOURTH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 0 of 0 0 of 2 RED-ZONE Scores-Chances 7-8 2-4 SACKS BY Number-Yards 4-27 1-3 FIELD GOALS 5-5 0-1

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GAME 10 #13 Bloomsburg 61, #15 Kutztown 35 November 6, 2010 BLOOMSBURG--Franklyn Quiteh ran for 194 yards and four touchdowns, as the No. 13 Bloomsburg University Huskies defeated previously-unbeaten No. 15 Kutztown University by a score of 61-35 to clinch the 2010 Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Eastern Division crown and a spot in the PSAC Championship game. Backup running back Codie Butler had a stellar day as he broke out for a 62-yard run on BU’s opening drive. Butler would finish the drive with a one-yard score. Kutztown answered right back with a 72-yard drive which produced a score, tying the game at 7-7. Bloomsburg took over and Quiteh got his first big run of the game, scoring from 25 yards away. A missed PAT left the Huskies ahead 13-7. The Huskies forced a punt on the ensuing possession and began a march down the field from their own 13. Twelve plays later, Daniel Fisher completed a 30-yard field goal attempt, and Bloomsburg led 16-7. Soon thereafter, Mike Varanavage came up with his third interception of the year whichi lead to a Quiteh touchdown, pushing the BU lead to 16 points. A Golden Bears’ punt gave way to a five-play, 73-yard drive by BU that led to a 10-yard Pat Carey touchdown pass to Ben Weaber, giving the Huskies a 30-7 lead at the break. Kutztown came out of the intermission firing, as seven straight passing plays yielded a five-yard score. Bloomsburg responded with a 65-yard bomb from Carey to Cory Stiger. Kutztown answered with a 44-yard pass completion from Morton to Chris McCormick. BU’s Quiteh brought the lead back to 23 with a 13 yard rushing touchdown. Kutztown would again put a 7 on the board on a passing touchdown. Next, BU’s Butler broke out for a game-high 63-yard touchdown run putting the Huskies ahead 51-28. Early in the fourth, Fisher connected on his second field goal attempt of the day from 19 yards out. BU led 54-28. Both teams would trade touchdowns to bring the final score to 61-35 in favor of the Huskies. Bloomsburg’s 685 yards of total offense set a new team record. For Bloomsburg Head Coach Danny Hale, the win marks his 14th shared or outright PSAC East title, 11 of which have been won with Bloomsburg. 66

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SCORING SUMMARY Kutztown Bloomsburg

7 0 21 7 - 35 13 17 21 10 - 61

1st BU - Butler 1 run (Shannon kick) KU - Morton 1 run (Dineen kick) BU - Quiteh 25 run (kick failed) 2nd BU - Fisher 30 field goal BU - Quiteh 4 run (Shannon kick) BU - Weaber 10 pass from Carey (Shannon kick) 3rd KU - Smith 5 pass from Morton (Dineen kick) BU - Stiger 65 pass from Carey (Fisher kick)

3rd (cont’d) KU - McCormick 44 pass from Morton (Dineen kick) BU - Quiteh 13 run (Fisher kick) KU - McCormick 4 pass from Morton (Dineen kick) BU - Butler 65 run (Fisher kick) 4th BU - Fisher 19 field goal KU - Morton 1 run (Dineen kick) BU - Quiteh 15 run (Fisher kick)

GAME STATISTICS KU BLOOM FIRST DOWNS 19 29 RUSHING YARDS 61 449 PASSING YARDS 302 236 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 363 685 FUMBLES Number-Lost 0-0 2-1 INTERCEPTIONS 0 4 PENALTIES Number-Yards 5-60 9-87 PUNTS-YARDS 3-110 0-0 KICKOFFS-YARDS 6-396 11-607 TIME OF POSSESSION 24:05 35:55 THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 6 of 12 5 of 12 FOURTH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 0 of 1 3 of 3 RED-ZONE Scores-Chances 4-4 7-7 SACKS BY Number-Yards 1-1 3-12 FIELD GOALS 0-0 2-3


2010 GAME RECAPS GAME 11 #11 Bloomsburg 37, #16 Mercyhurst 56 November 13, 2010 PSAC Championship Game ERIE---Mercyhurst’s Travis Rearick threw for 345 yards and four scores to lead the Lakers to a 56-37 win over Bloomsburg University in the PSAC (Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference) championship game. Mercyhurst scored on its second possession of the game with on a 61-yard scoring pass to make it 7-0. Bloomsburg answered with a Daniel Fisher field goal from 26-yards out to cap a 61-yard drive. The Lakers extended their lead to 14-3 on a 28-yard pass, capping a 49-yard scoring drive. Bloomsburg closed the gap to 14-10 later in the first by taking advantage of a mishandled punt return which led to a 32-yard TD run by Franklyn Quiteh. Mercyhurst answered right back marching 81-yards in six plays with Rearick throwing his third TD pass of the game, making it 21-10. Later in the quarter, Lakers’ Kennedy returned a punt 78-yards to make it 28-10 with 8:02 to go before halftime. The Huskies came right back and narrowed the gap to 11 points when Carey hit Kyle Fisher with a 36-yard scoring pass to make it 28-17 with just over three minutes left in the half. Mercyhurst’s Rearick, responded with an 81-yard scoring pass on third and eight from the Lakers’ 19-yard line that sent the home team to the lockeroom with a 35-17 lead. Carey started the second half with an interception as Kevin Williams returned the ball 28 yards for a TD to make it 42-17. After the team’s twice traded punts, Bloomsburg made it a 42-24 game when Carey capped a 50-yard drive by running it in from 5 yards out. Bloomsburg then made it 42-30 early in the fourth as Carey hit Kyle Fisher with a 76-yard TD strike with 11:02 to play. On the next possession for Mercyhurst pushed their lead to 4930. Bloomsburg came back with a quick 23-yard TD pass cutting the margin to 49-37 with 6:24 left in the game. The Lakers would then seal the game on a 17-yard scoring pass, bringing the game to a 56-37 conclusion. For Bloomsburg, Carey was 22-37 for a career-high 311 yards with three touchdowns and one interception. Quiteh rushed 16 times for 104 yards and one score before leaving the game early in the third quarter, while Kyle Fisher caught six passes for 151 yards and two scores.

SCORING SUMMARY Bloomsburg Mercyhurst

10 7 7 13 - 37 14 21 7 14 - 56

1st MC - Coon 61 pass from Rearick (Wakefield kick) BU - Dan Fisher 26 field goal MC - Mohr 28 pass from Rearick (Wakefield kick) BU - Quiteh 32 run (Fisher kick) 2nd MC - Bartizal 4 pass from Rearick (Wakefield kick) MC - Kennedy 78 punt return (Wakefield kick) BU - Fisher 36 pass from Carey (Fisher kick) MC - Kennedy 81 pass from Rearick (Wakefield kick)

3rd MC - Williams 28 interception return (Wakefield kick) BU - Carey 5 run (Fisher kick) 4th BU - Fisher 76 pass from Carey (Butler rush failed) MC - Anderson 1 run (Wakefield kick) BU - Guise 23 pass from Carey (Fisher kick) MC - Kennedy 17 pass from Kensy (Wakefield kick)

GAME STATISTICS

BLOOM MC FIRST DOWNS 20 18 RUSHING YARDS 161 40 PASSING YARDS 311 453 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 472 493 FUMBLES Number-Lost 0-0 1-1 INTERCEPTIONS 1 1 PENALTIES Number-Yards 3-39 5-45 PUNTS-YARDS 6-202 3-92 KICKOFFS-YARDS 7-411 9-539 TIME OF POSSESSION 31:31 28:29 THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 8 of 17 5 of 9 FOURTH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 1 of 2 0 of 0 RED-ZONE Scores-Chances 2-2 3-4 SACKS BY Number-Yards 0-0 3-9 FIELD GOALS 1-1 0-1

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GAME 12 #20 Bloomsburg 28, #7 California (Pa.) 26 November 20, 2010

CALIFORNIA--Franklyn Quiteh rushed for 141 yards and scored two touchdowns to lead Bloomsburg University to a 2826 win over California, Pa University in an NCAA Division II first round playoff game. After the first three drives of the game resulted in punts, the Huskies put together an 8 play, 80-yard scoring drive late in the first, capped by a 15-yard run from Quiteh early in the second quarter putting the Huskies up 7-0. The Vulcans answered on their next possession going 63 yards with quarterback Josh Portis throwing a 27-yard TD pass to Chedrick Cherry before halftime to tie the game at 7-7. Later in the second the Vulcans took over at their own 44-yard line with 1:18 to play and moved to the Huskies six yard line with 21 seconds to go. But a sack by Husky Mike Pecot stopped the Vulcans, forcing a 30-yard field goal attempt. Cal’s Marc Domonkos connected to give them a 10-7 lead at the break. In the third quarter the Vulcans Tommie Campbell intercepted BU quarterback Pat Carey deep in Cal territory. That would later lead to a Cal 46-yard field goal giving the home team a 13-7 lead with 6:57 to go in quarter. Bloomsburg though responded and regained the lead on its next drive. Carey directed the Huskies on a 65-yard scoring drive that was completed with a 33-yard TD pass to Ryan Dickerson with just under 4 minutes to play in the third Cal reclaimed the lead with just 35 seconds left in the third. The Huskies would regain the lead for the third time on its next series. Tight end Ben Weaber launched a 57-yard TD pass to Kyle Fisher to give BU the 21-20 edge. On the kickoff a penalty by the Vulcans put them back at their own 15-yard line to start the drive. After Portis was sacked on consecutive plays Cal was forced to punt from its own end zone giving the Huskies the ball at the Vulcan 38-yard line. On the first play from scrimmage, Quiteh ran 38-yards for a score putting the Huskies on top 28-20 with 5:32 to play. Through the air the Vulcans moved the ball to the Huskies 42yard line. On 4th and 10 BU was called for pass interference, giving the Vulcans new life. On the next play Portis connected on a 28-yard scoring pass to bring the score to 28-26. Cal failed on the two point completion followed by an onsides kick recoverey by the Huskies who ran out the clock for the win. 68

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SCORING SUMMARY Bloomsburg 0 7 7 14 - 28 California (Pa.) 0 10 10 6 - 26 2nd BU - Quiteh 15 run (Fisher kick) CAL- Cherry 27 pass from Portis (Domonkos kick) CAL - Domonkos 30 field goal 3rd CAL - Domonkos 46 field goal BU - Dickerson 33 pass from Carey (Fisher kick) CAL - Moore 29 pass from Portis (Domonkos kick) 4th BU - Fisher 57 pass from Weaber (Fisher kick) BU - Quiteh 38 run (Fisher kick) CAL - Cherry 28 pass from Portis (Domonkos kick)

GAME STATISTICS BLOOM CAL FIRST DOWNS 15 26 RUSHING YARDS 127 54 PASSING YARDS 156 300 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 283 354 FUMBLES Number-Lost 0-0 0-0 INTERCEPTIONS 0 3 PENALTIES Number-Yards 6-62 8-79 PUNTS-YARDS 2-73 5-163 KICKOFFS-YARDS 5-306 4-242 TIME OF POSSESSION 24:35 35:25 THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 6 of 12 10 of 19 FOURTH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 0 of 0 1 of 1 RED-ZONE Scores-Chances 1-1 1-1 SACKS BY Number-Yards 4-29 3-22 FIELD GOALS 0-0 2-2


2010 GAME RECAPS GAME 12 #20 Bloomsburg 14, #11 Mercyhurst 28 November 27, 2010

ERIE--Quarterback Travis Rearick threw for 252 yards and three touchdowns to lead Mercyhurst College to a 28-14 win over Bloomsburg University in an NCAA Division II Super One Regional semi-final game. With the loss the Huskies end their season with a record of 10-3. Franklyn Quiteh finished with 132 yards rushing giving him 2,015 for the season. He becomes just the third freshman in Division II history to rush for more than 2,000 yards in a season. On BU’s first possession quarterback Pat Carey was hit hard on a pass at his own 19-yard line. The ball bounced into the hands of Fred Hale, who returned the ball to the Huskies eight-yard line. Two plays later Rearick scrambled three yards for a touchdown putting the Mercyhurst up 7-0 with 11:42 left in the first. Taking over their own 14-yard line the Lakers marched eight plays down to the Huskies 24-yard line. On a first down play Rearick took off after the pocket broke down and was hit hard by Mike Varanavage and fumbled the ball. While it appeared that Bloomsburg had recovered the ball, Mercyhurst came out of the pile with the ball. On the next play, Rearick hit Gerald Anderson with a pass out of backfield. Anderson dodged a few tackles and went down the sideline into the end zone for a score. Mercyhurst extended its lead to 21-0 early in the third quarter marching 70 yards in 13 plays, converting twice on fourth down, including fourth and goal at the one yard with Rearick hitting Tim Herbeber with a scoring pass with 5:52 to go in the quarter. The Huskies finally got on the board on the ensuing possession with Quiteh scoring from four yards out. The big play on the drive was a 37-yard run by Quiteh that moved the ball from the Mercyhurst 48 to the Laker 11-yard line. In the fourth quarter the Lakers made it a three touchdown lead when Rearick hit Terrance Coon with a 48-yard scoring pass with 7:00 to play in the game capping an 87-yard drive. The Huskies got a 50-yard kickoff return from Wallace Jamison that put the ball at the Mercyhurst 35-yard line. Using the pass almost exclusively, Carey directed the 35-yard scoring drive hitting tight end Ben Weaber with a nine yard scoring pass. Mercyhurst was able to recover the onside kick, but had to punt the ball back to the Huskies. Bloomsburg then moved to the Laker nine-yard line before turning the ball over on downs with just seconds left in the game.

SCORING SUMMARY Bloomsburg 0 0 7 7 - 14 Merceyhurst 7 7 7 7 - 28 1st MC - Rearick 4 run (Wakefield kick) 2nd MC - Anderson 24 pass from Rearick (Wakefield kick) 3rd MC - Herbener 3 pass from Rearick (Wakefield kick) BU - Quiteh 4 run (Fisher kick) 4th MC - Coon 48 pass from Rearick (Wakefield kick) BU - Weaber 9 pass from Carey (Fisher kick)

GAME STATISTICS BLOOM MC FIRST DOWNS 11 16 RUSHING YARDS 140 56 PASSING YARDS 111 252 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 363 685 FUMBLES Number-Lost 1-1 2-1 INTERCEPTIONS 1 0 PENALTIES Number-Yards 2-20 5-45 PUNTS-YARDS 7-257 7-205 KICKOFFS-YARDS 3-149 5-296 TIME OF POSSESSION 28:02 31:58 THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 3 of 19 1 of 12 FOURTH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 4 of 7 2 of 2 RED-ZONE Scores-Chances 2-4 2-2 SACKS BY Number-Yards 1-7 4-24 FIELD GOALS 0-1 0-0

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2010 Season Statistics DATE OPPONENT RESULT 9-4 at Ashland L, 14-24 9-11 CLARION W, 41-13 9-18 IUP W, 47-20 9-25 at Millersville* W, 44-7 10-2 EAST STROUDSBURG* W, 26-13 10-9 at Cheyney* W, 52-14 10-16 at Shippensburg* W, 23-3 10-23 WEST CHESTER* W, 45-21 10-30 at C.W. Post* W, 36-16 11-6 KUTZTOWN* W, 61-35 11-13 at Merceyhurst+ L, 37-56 11-20 at California (Pa)** W, 28-26 11-27 at Merceyhurst** L, 14-28 * PSAC East Game +PSAC Championship **NCAA Playoffs Overall Record: 10-3 • PSAC East: 7-0 Home: 5-0 • Away: 5-3 SCORE BY QUARTER 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total Bloomsburg 98 126 132 112 468 Opponents 54 71 82 69 276

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ATTD. 4160 3378 2748 2113 2688 3789 2340 6217 2040 4984 2298 4123 1787

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 468 36.0 258 155 87 16 3209 3450 241 610 5.3 246.8 31 2176 267-141-10 8.1 15.4 167.4 25 5385 877 6.1 414.2 49-1164 34-228 19-136 23.8 6.7 7.2 20-8 86-872 67.1 49-1692 34.5 30.5 31:29 79/185 43% 11/17 65% 29-175 6 59 20-26 48-55 87% 34-55 62% 52-56 93%

OPP 276 21.2 216 63 121 32 1110 1486 376 388 2.9 85.4 10 2768 429-224-19 6.5 12.4 212.9 22 3878 817 4.7 298.3 87-1747 20-157 10-106 20.1 7.8 10.6 28-13 73-691 53.2 71-2510 35.4 31.0 28:31 69/181 38% 7/14 50% 21-114 0 35 10-14 29-37 78% 20-37 54% 34-34 100%


2010 STATISTICS

2010 Season Statistics Rushing

Franklyn Quiteh Codie Butler Matt Cox Andre Morales Mike Quintans Matt Wenrich Mike Wagner Kareem Steplight Tyler Guise Pat Carey TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

Passing

Pat Carey Mike Wagner Ben Weaber Adam Diltz TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

GP 13 12 13 13 8 8 8 3 12 13 8

Att 309 121 33 30 37 9 7 6 1 53 4

Gain Loss Net 2059 44 2015 721 28 693 193 0 193 148 2 146 114 5 109 49 0 49 30 1 29 16 6 10 0 3 -3 120 127 -7 0 25 -25

13 13

610 388

3450 1486

GP 13 8 13 3 8 13 13

Effic. Att 143.5 135 105.1 4 484.7 2 0.0 0 0.0 0 144.7 141- 114.5 224-

Avg 6.5 5.7 5.8 4.9 2.9 5.4 4.1 1.7 -3.0 -0.1 -6.2

TD 22 4 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 0

Long Avg/G 68 155.0 63 57.8 19 14.8 16 11.2 10 13.6 15 6.1 9 3.6 11 3.3 0 -0.2 14 -0.5 0 -3.1 68 246.8 77 85.4

241 376

3209 1110

5.3 2.9

31 10

Cmp 254 7 3 2 1 267- 429-

Int 10 0 0 0 0 10 19

Pct 53.1 57.1 66.7 0.0 0.0 52.8 52.2

Yds 2026 40 110 0 0 2176 2768

TD 24 0 1 0 0 25 22

Lng 76 13 57 0 0 76 96

Avg/G 155.8 5.0 8.5 0.0 0.0 167.4 212.9

GP-GS 13 11 11 12 11 12 13 13 10 13 6 11 6 13 13

Rec 31 25 23 20 9 7 7 6 5 3 2 2 1 141 224

Yds 284 454 585 363 147 85 26 47 119 21 18 17 10 2176 2768

Avg 9.2 18.2 25.4 18.1 16.3 12.1 3.7 7.8 23.8 7.0 9.0 8.5 10.0 15.4 12.4

TD 7 5 6 3 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 25 22

Receiving

Ben Weaber Cory Stiger Kyle Fisher Tyler Guise Chris Tressler Matt Marchioni Andre Morales Franklyn Quiteh Ryan Dickerson Matt Cox Kyle Jackson Glenn Hutton Sellus Roulhac Total.......... Opponents......

Long Avg/G 37 21.8 66 41.3 76 53.2 47 30.2 52 13.4 29 7.1 8 2.0 11 3.6 53 11.9 8 1.6 9 3.0 9 1.5 10 1.7 76 167.4 96 212.9

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Punt Returns

No. Tyler Guise 27 Ryan Dickerson 7 Total.......... 34 Opponents...... 20

Yds 176 52 228 157

Avg 6.5 7.4 6.7 7.8

TD 0 0 0 2

Long 42 16 42 78

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Interception Returns Vince Browning Alex Landis Mike Varanavage Justin Rivera Solomon Oliver Jarrett Pidgeon Wallace Jamison Oscar Rivera Drew Siegfried John Pettine Total.......... Opponents......

No. 4 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 19 10

Kick Returns

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Name Wallace Jamison Kyle Fisher Tyler Guise Ryan Dickerson Jeff Owsley Andre Morales Drew Siegfried Total.......... Opponents......

No. 25 13 5 3 1 1 1 49 87

Yds Avg 9 2.2 8 2.7 84 28.0 5 2.5 3 1.5 21 21.0 6 6.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 136 7.2 106 10.6

TD 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

Long 6 11 60 5 0 21 6 0 0 0 60 28

Yds Avg 611 24.4 299 23.0 149 29.8 74 24.7 11 11.0 12 12.0 8 8.0 1164 23.8 1747 20.1

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Long 50 36 51 36 11 12 8 51 51


2010 STATISTICS Scoring

Franklyn Quiteh Dan Fisher Ben Weaber Kyle Fisher Cory Stiger Codie Butler Jared Shannon Tyler Guise Chris Tressler Pat Carey Andre Morales Mike Wagner Matt Cox Matt Wenrich Mike Varanavage Dan Haverstock Drew Siegfried Ryan Dickerson Drew Snyder Total.......... Opponents......

Franklyn Quiteh

Punting

Name Drew Snyder Dan Fisher TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

No. 35 12 2 49 71

Total Offense Pat Carey Franklyn Quiteh Codie Butler Matt Cox Andre Morales Ben Weaber Mike Quintans Mike Wagner Matt Wenrich Kareem Steplight Tyler Guise TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

GP 13 13 12 13 13 13 8 8 8 3 12 8 13 13

Yds Avg 1294 37.0 398 33.2 0 0.0 1692 34.5 2510 35.4 Plays 307 309 121 33 30 3 37 14 9 6 1 5 877 817

Rush -7 2015 693 193 146 0 109 29 49 10 -3 -25 3209 1110

Long 54 46 0 54 58 Pass 2026 0 0 0 0 110 0 40 0 0 0 0 2176 2768

TB 2 0 0 2 4

FC 6 4 0 10 14

I20 8 3 0 11 21

TD FG 22 0-0 0 20-24 7 0-0 6 0-0 5 0-0 4 0-0 0 0-2 3 0-0 2 0-0 2 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0 1 0-0 0 0-0 59 20-26 35 10-14

PAT 0-0 31-32 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 21-24 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 52-56 34-34

2pt DXP Saftey Points 1-1 0 0 134 0-0 0 0 91 0-0 0 0 42 0-0 0 0 36 0-0 0 0 30 0-1 0 0 24 0-0 0 0 21 0-0 0 0 18 0-0 0 0 12 0-0 0 0 12 0-0 0 0 6 0-0 0 0 6 0-0 0 0 6 0-0 0 0 6 0-0 0 0 6 0-0 0 0 6 0-0 0 0 6 0-0 0 0 6 0-1 0 0 0 1-3 0 0 468 0-0 0 1 276

Blkd 1 0 1 2 0

Total Avg/G 2019 155.3 2015 155.0 693 57.8 193 14.8 146 11.2 110 8.5 109 13.6 69 8.6 49 6.1 10 3.3 -3 -0.2 -25 -3.1 5385 414.2 3878 298.3

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Defensive Leaders 11 Mike Varanavage 51 Jarrett Pidgeon 17 Oscar Rivera 8 Alex Landis 2 Thomas McFarland 16 Vince Browning 78 Marcus Zimmerman 95 John Pettine 45 Solomon Oliver 3 Wallace Jamison 34 Ryan Feldman 13 Mark Scattene 96 Dave Huot 27 Dan Haverstock 23 Justin Rivera 30 Andre Morales 54 Clarence Robinson 98 Todd Givler 41 Dave Onorato 38 Ryan Olaf 31 Pat Michael 25 Drew Siegfried 52 Dylan Spangler 56 Shaun Moore 61 Chris Kennedy 47 Jeff Owsley 49 Matt Wenrich 24 Terrell Oglesby 33 Sean Clift 40 Jordan Rinehart 64 Mike Schlauch 55 Josh Chromiak 48 Aaron Hacker 90 Jared Shannon 66 Marc Francola 80 Kyle Fisher 28 Franklyn Quiteh 21 Jonathan Patrick 73 Brandon Allen 18 Mike Dalberto 26 Tyler Guise 7 Ryan Dickerson

Solo 53 43 38 34 21 34 22 20 21 16 13 22 13 12 14 9 9 4 9 6 5 4 5 3 2 5 6 5 3 1 2 3 1 3 3 2 1 1 - 1 1 1

Ast 45 34 15 16 29 14 25 22 17 11 14 4 12 10 4 9 6 9 2 4 5 6 4 5 5 2 1 1 2 3 2 - 2 - - - 1 - 1 - - -

Total 98 77 53 50 50 48 47 42 38 27 27 26 25 22 18 18 15 13 11 10 10 10 9 8 7 7 7 6 5 4 4 3 3 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1

TFL 9.5 4.5 2.5 2.0 5.0 2.0 7.5 11.0 1.5 - - - 6.5 - 1.0 1.0 6.5 3.5 1.0 2.5 - - - - - 1.0 - 1.0 0.5 0.5 1.5 - - - 1.0 - - - - - - -

Total.......... Opponents......

471 483

342 562

813 1045

72.0 71.0

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Sack 2.0 1.0 - - 1.5 - 2.0 7.5 - - - - 5.5 - - - 5.0 1.5 - 2.0 - - - - - - - - - - 1.0 - - - - - - - - - - -

Int. 3 1 1 3 - 4 - 1 2 1 - - - - 2.5 2 - - - - - 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

PBU 3 2 16 6 1 5 - 1 4 1 - 3 - 1 5 5 1 1 - - - 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 - -

FR 2 - - 1 1 1 - - - 1 - - 1 3 - - - - 1 - - 1 - - - - - - - - 1 - - - - - - - - - - -

FF 2 - - - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 -

29.0 21.0

19 10

52 51

13 8

6 14


2010 STATISTICS

2010 Season Statistics Team Highs - Single Game

Bloomsburg

Opponents

HIGH HIGH Rushes 59 vs. West Chester 41 at Cheyney Yards Rushing 449 vs. Kutztown 160 at Cheyney TD Rushes 6 vs. Kutztown 2 vs. Indiana (Pa.) vs. Kutztown Pass Attempts 37 at Mercyhurst 48 at California Pass Completions 22 at Mercyhurst 26 at California Yards Passing 311 at Mercyhurst 453 at Mercyhurst TD Passes 3 at Mercyhurst 5 at Mercyhurst vs. West Chester Total Offense 685 vs. Kutztown 493 at Mercyhurst Points 61 vs. Kutztown 56 at Mercyhurst Sacks 4.0 vs. East Stroudsburg 4 at Mercyhurst at Shippensburg at C.W. Post at California (Pa.) First Downs 29 vs. Kutztown 26 at California (Pa.) Penalties 15 at C.W. Post 11 vs. East Stroudsburg Penalty Yards 144 at C.W. Post 100 vs. East Stroudsburg Turnovers 4 vs. East Stroudsburg 7 vs. Indiana (Pa.)

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Individual Highs - Single Game Rushing Attempts 39 Rushing Yards 246 TD Rushes 4 Long Rush 68 Pass Attempts 37 Pass Completions 22 Yards Passing 311 TD Passes 3 Long Pass 76 Receptions 6 Yards Receiving 151 TD Receptions 2

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Long Reception 76 Field Goals 5 Long Field Goal 43 Punts 7 Punting Avg. 47 Long Punt 54 Long Punt Return 42 Long Kickoff Return 51 Tackles 12 Sacks 2.0 Tackles for Loss 3.5 Interceptions 2

Kyle Fisher at Mercyhurst (11/13/2010) Dan Fisher at C.W. Post (10/30/2010) Dan Fisher vs. Indiana (Pa.) (9/18/2010) at Shippensburg (10/16/2010) Drew Snyder at Mercyhurst (11/27/2010) Drew Snyder at Mercyhurst (11/27/2010) Drew Snyder at Mercyhurst (11/13/2010) Tyler Guise at C.W. Post (10/30/2010) Tyler Guise vs. Clarion (9/11/2010) Mike Varanavage vs. Clarion (9/11/2010) at Mercyhurst (11/27/2010) Joe Pettine at California (Pa.) (11/20/2010 Dave Huot at California (Pa.) (11/20/2010) Jarrett Pidgeon at Shippensburg (10/16/2010) Solomon Oliver vs. Indiana (Pa.) (9/18/2010) Vince Browning vs. Kutztown (11/6/2010)


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The Last Time... 30 carries BU - Franklin Quiteh vs. East Stroudsburg 10/2/10 Opp. - B. Lombardy (30), California (PA), 9/08/07

30 pass attempts BU - Pat Carey (37) at Mercyhurst 11/13/10 Opp. - Travis Rearick (34), Mercyhurst, 11/27/10

100+ yards receiving BU - Kyle Fisher (151) at Mercyhurst 11/13/10 Opp. - Terrance Coon (108), Mercyhurst, 10/31/09 40 carries 40 pass attempts 200+ yards receiving BU - Irv Sigler (41) vs. Millersville, 0/18/97 BU - Eric Miller (43) vs. UC Davis, 12/2/00 BU - Ron Lelko (211) vs. ESU, 11/16/96 Opp. - Not available Opp. - Kevin Morton (43), Kutztown, Opp. - Elfren Quiles (308), Kutztown, 11/6/10 10/06/07 100+ yards rushing BU - Franklin Quiteh (138) at Mercyhurst 50 pass attempts 3+ TD Receptions 10/27/10 BU - Jeff King (69) vs. Lock Haven, 9/19/92 BU - Steve Burke (3) vs. ESU, 10/4/03 Opp. - Ron Huntee (121), Cheyney, Opp. - Damian Poalucci (52), ESU, Opp. - Ed Giddings, Cheyney (3), 10/25/03 10/17/09 11/16/96 3+ interceptions 200+ yards rushing 200+ yards passing BU - Deric Lynch (3) vs. Mansfield, BU - Franklin Quiteh (246) vs. ESU, 0/02/10 BU - Pat Carey (311) at Mercyhurst 11/13/93 Opp. - Gerald Thompson (243), Edinboro, 11/13/10 Opp. - Not available 11/14/98 Opp. - Travis Rearick (252), Mercyhurst, 11/27/10 3+ sacks 300+ yards rushing BU - Justin Presley (3) vs. Ashland, 8/27/09 BU - Jerry Marks (300) vs. Mansfield, 300+ yards passing Opp. - O’Neil Anderson (3), New Haven, 11/2/91 BU - Pat Carey (311) at Mercyhurst 9/4/99 Opp. - Not available 11/13/10 Opp. - Josh Portis (300), California (Pa.), Kickoff Return-TD 3+ rushing TDs 11/20/10 BU - Jesse Cooper (91) at Millersville, BU - Franklin Quiteh (4) vs. Kutztown 10/04/08 11/6/10 400+ yards passing Opp. - Matt Kacanda (98), East Opp. - Dawon Harvey (3), Ashland, 8/30/08 BU - Eric Miller (415) vs. New Haven, Stroudsburg, 10/31/98 9/4/99 50+ yard run Opp. - Kyle Spotts (463), Kutztown, Punt Return-TD BU - Franklin Quiteh (68) vs. Clarion 10/06/07 BU - Brandon Real (68) vs. Millersville, 9/11/10 10/3/09 Opp. - D’Andre Webb (77), West Chester, 3+ passing TDs Opp. - Trevor Kennedy (78.), Mercyhurst 10/23/10 BU - Pat Carey (3) at Mercyhurst 11/13/10 11/13/10 20 pass completions Opp. - Travis Rearick (3), Mercyhurst, Interception Return-TD BU - Pat Carey (22) at Mercyhurst 11/27/10 BU - Mike Varanavage (60) vs. IUP, 11/13/10 9/18/10 Opp. - Travis Rearick (24), Mercyhurst, 50+ yard pass Opp. - Kevin Williams (28), Mercyhurst, 11/27/10 BU - Pat Carey to Ryan Dickerson (76) 11/13/10 at Mercyhurst 11/27/10 30 pass completions Opp. - Travis Rearick to T. Kennedy (81), Fumble Return-TD BU - Jeff King (39) vs. Lock Haven, Mercyhurst, 11/13/10 BU - Drew Siegfriedt (32) at Cheyney, 9/19/92 10/9/10 Opp. - Jim Terwilliger (35), ESU, 11/4/06 10 receptions Opp. - Tarrell Lewis (33), Ashland, 8/30/08 BU - Steve Burke (11) vs. ESU, 10/2/04 Opp. - Chris Harris (11), C.W. Post, 40-yard field goal 9/26/09 BU - Dan Fisher (43) at Shippensburg 10/16/10 Opp. - Drew Reinhard (40), ESU, 10/10/09

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2011 PSAC REVIEW

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

Western Division

Bloomsburg

California

Huskies

Vulcans

Cheyney

Clarion

Wolves

C.W. Post

Golden Eagles

Edinboro

Pioneers

Fighting Scots

East Stroudsburg

Gannon

Warriors

Kutztown

Golden Bears

Golden Knights

Indiana

Crimson Hawks

Millersville

Lock Haven

Marauders

Shippensburg Red Raiders

West Chester

Golden Rams

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Bald Eagles

Mercyhurst Lakers

Slippery Rock “The Rock”


2010 PSAC HONORS

2010 Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Eastern Division Western Division Conf. Overall Conf. Overall Bloomsburg* 7-0 10-3 Mercyhurst* 6-1 10-2 Kutztown 6-1 10-2 California 6-1 10-3 C.W. Post 5-2 7-4 Gannon 4-3 6-5 West Chester 4-3 4-7 Edinboro 3-4 7-4 Shippensburg 3-4 5-6 Slippery Rock 3-4 6-5 East Stroudsburg 2-5 3-8 IUP 3-4 6-5 Cheyney 1-6 1-10 Clarion 3-4 4-7 Millversville 0-7 2-9 Lock Haven 0-7 0-11

*PSAC Championship Game - Bloomsburg 14, Mercyhurst 28

All-PSAC East First Teams

OFFENSE Quarterback Running Back Offensive Tackle Offensive Guard Center Tight End Wide Receiver Placekicker

Kevin Morton Marcus Jones Kevin Marshall Franklyn Quiteh Daryl Kurtz John Siopa Pat Casey Kevin Martin Chris Steck Ben Weaber Dan DePalma Jamal Smith Daniel Williams Matt Dineen

DEFENSE Defensive Line Linebacker Defensive Back Return Specialist Punter

Kevin Bolinsky Kutztown Xavier Brown C.W. Post Travis Ford-Bey West Chester Lou Scala C.W. Posr Marcus ZimmermanBloomsburg Mike Freed East Stroudburg Joel Irwin Kutztown Thomas McFarland Bloomsburg Mike Varanavage Bloomsburg David Castillo East Stroudsburg Khalief Evans Kutztown Juma McKenley C.W. Post Oscar Rivera Bloomsburg Kendell Coleman Kutztown Matt Dineen Kutztown

Kutztown Cheyney Shippensburg Bloomsburg Bloomsburg C.W. Post Bloomsburg C.W, Post Bloomsburg Bloomsburg West Chester Millersville C.W. Post Kutztown

All-PSAC East Second Teams

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

OFFENSE Quarterback Running Back

Eric Anderwkavich Jackson Fagan Kevin Herod Josh Mastromatto Kendrick Williams

C.W. Post West Chester Shippensburg Kutztown East Stroudsburg

Sr. Jr. So. So. So.

Offensive Tackle Offensive Guard Center Tight End Wide Receiver Placekicker

Steve Hohenwater Aaron McGlynn Gabe Johnson-Siano Kyle O’Neil Dan Caffrey Greg Frantz Erik Frazier Ed Kiser Chris McCormick Dan Fisher

Shippensburg Kutztown Cheyney West Chester East Stroudsburg Millersville Kutztown East Stroudsburg Kutztown Bloomsburg

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

DEFENSE Defensive Line Linebacker Defensive Back Return Specialist

Lucas Fickel West Chester Dainen Green Shippensburg Tim Hurne Cheyney Dave Huot Bloomsburg Erik Van Ness Shippensburg Tyrik Clary Shippensburg Billy O’Connor C.W. Post Jarret Pidgeon Bloomsburg Vinnie Ramauto C.W. Post Vince Browning Bloomsburg Alex Landis Bloomsburg Jamahn McCullough Shippensburg Herschel Thornton East Stroudsburg Kevin Marshall Shippensburg

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

Josh Portis Alfonso Hoggard Lamont Smith Harvie Tuck Sam Geldmaker Shane Hess Dan Jordan Jimmy O’Rourke Brandon Fusco Blake Williamson Trevor Kennedy Terrance Moore Jacques Robinson C.J. Bahr

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

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

Randy Colling Gannon Sam Fikaris California Mike Gee IUP Fred Hale Mercyhurst Barrington Morrison Clarion Bryan Boyce Mercyhurst Brett Diamond California Rontez Miles California Kevin Minor Gannon Robert Doiley Slippery Rock Erik Harris California Julius McCormick Mercyhurst Ian Wild Mercyhurst Trevor Kennedy Mercyhurst Derek Fiorenza California

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

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All-PSAC West Second Teams

OFFENSE Quarterback Running Back Offensive Tackle Offensive Guard Center Tight End Wide Receiver Placekicker

Travis Rearick Gerald Anderson Drew Herrell Akeem Satterfield Mike Felker Kevin Poropat Ryan Gibble Gerald Hudson Nick Piccirillo Shawn Walker Chedrick Cherry Terrence Coon Devin Goda Mychal Skinner Craig Burgess Marc Domonkos

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

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

DEFENSE Defensive Line Linebacker Defensive Back Return Specialist Punter

Keir Jeter Edinboro Matt Jones Gannon Ben Maund Clarion Thomas Mulabah California Carl Thornton IUP Nick Gounaris Lock Haven Tim Herbener Mercyhurst Matthew Neal-Mink Gannon Ryan Skelton Edinboro Chris Cook Gannon Andre Freeman Slippery Rock Nick Sipes Clarion Dan Skelton Edinboro Alfonso Hoggard Clarion Robert Mamula Clarion

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

PSAC Post Season Awards

WESTERN DIVISION

Offensive Player of the Year Kevin Morton, QB, Kutztown

Offensive Player of the Year Trevor Kennedy, WR, Mercyhurst

Defensive Player of the Year Mike Varanavage, LB, Bloomsburg

Defensive Player of the Year Bryan Boyce, LB, Mercyhurst

Freshman of the Year Franklyn Quiteh, RB, Bloomsburg

Freshman of the Year Darnell Harding, DL, California

Coach of the Year Raymond Monica, Kutztown

Coach of the Year Marty Schaetzle, Mercyhurst

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2010 PSAC LEADERS

2010 PSAC Offensive Leaders Rushing 1. Franklyn Quiteh 2. A. Satterfield 3. Harvie Tuck 4. Lamont Smith 5. Marcus Jones

Team BLOOM ROCK IUP CAL CHEY

G 13 10 10 11 9

Att 309 263 229 240 163

Yds Avg 2015 6.5 1352 5.1 1134 5.0 1165 4.9 917 5.6

TD 22 20 4 12 3

Long 68 43 44 35 66

Yds/G 155.0 135.2 113.4 105.9 101.9

Passing 1.Kevin Morton 2. Erik Anderwkavich 3. Matt Marshall 4.Bill Shirk 5. Josh Portis

Team G Att Cmp Int Pct. Yds TD Avg/G KUTZ 12 434 270 16 66.9 3,633 38 302.8 CWP 11 332 198 13 59.6 2,625 28 238.6 ESU 11 350 214 12 61.1 2,513 26 228.5 CAL 11 328 192 13 58.5 2,507 19 227.9 CAL 12 335 205 7 61.2 2650 27 208.9

Receiving 1. Jamal Smith 2.Dan DePalma 3.Darnel Williams 4. Ed Kiser 5. Erik Frazier

Team G Rec Yds TD Long Avg/C Yds/G MILL 11 66 1,184 12 78 14.1 107.6 WCU 10 50 962 9 68 19.2 96.2 CWP 11 72 963 12 50 13.4 87.5 ESU 11 57 860 5 68 15.1 78.2 KUTZ 12 64 935 7 70 14.6 77.9

Scoring 1. A. Satterfield 2. Franklyn Quiteh 3.Taylor Groff 4. Marc Domonkos 5. Jamal Smith

Team G TD XPT FG 2XP Pts Pts/G ROCK 10 20 0 0 0 120 11.8 BLOOM 13 22 0 0 2 134 10.3 ESU 11 0 39 16 0 87 7.9 KUTZ 11 0 21 17 0 72 6.5 MILL 11 12 0 0 0 72 6.5

All-Purpose 1. Franklyn Quiteh 2. Alfonso Hoggard 3. Jamal Smith 4. Jay Hartman 5. A. Satterfield

Team G Rush Rcv PR BLOOM 13 2,015 47 0 CLAR 11 1,045 109 24 MILL 11 30 1,184 79 LHU 11 6 660 35 ROCK 10 1,352 70 0

Field Goals 1. Dan Fisher 2. Taylor Groff Craig Burgess 4. Marc Domonkos 5. C.J. Bahr

Team G FG FGA Pct. FG/G BLOOM 13 20 24 83.3 1.54 ESU 11 16 21 76.2 1.45 IUP 11 16 22 72.7 1.45 CAL 12 14 18 77.8 1.17 ROCK 9 10 13 76.9 1.11

KR Yds Avg/G 0 2,062 158.6 562 1,740 158.2 392 1,685 153.2 886 1,587 144.3 0 1,422 142.2

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2010 PSAC LEADERS

2010 PSAC Defensive Leaders Tackles 1. Billy O’Connor 2. Matt Freed 3. Nick Sipes 4. Ronnie Modik 5. Zach Sheridan

Team CWP ESU CLAR CWP ROCK

G 11 11 11 11 11

John Pettine

Solo Ast Total Avg/G Sack 58 67 125 11.4 0.5 67 53 120 10.9 7.5 50 57 107 9.7 0.5 39 65 104 9.5 1.0 43 59 102 9.3 1.0 Sacks 1. Barrington Morrison 2. Bryan Boyce 3. Mike Gee Tim Hume 5. Kevin Bolinsky

Team CLAR MC IUP CHEY KUTZ

G 11 13 11 11 12

Solo Ast Yds Total Avg/G 9 3 59 10.5 0.95 9 3 59 10.5 0.81 9 1 76 9.5 0.86 9 1 62 9.5 0.86 9 1 51 9.5 0.79

Tackles for Loss 1. Mike Gee 2. Dan Kruper 3. Barrington Morrison 4. Bryan Boyce 5. Keir Jeter Tim Hume

Team IUP MC CLAR MC EDIN CHEY

G 11 13 11 13 11 11

Solo 16 14 13 14 8 13

Ast 3 7 7 5 13 3

Passes Defended 1. David Castillo 2. James Jackson 3. Oscar Rivera 4. Bryant Kimball 5. Brandon Buchanon Johnny Franco

Team G ESU 11 EDIN 11 BLOOM 13 MC 13 CHEY 11 IUP 11

Brkup 13 10 16 12 10 8

Int 3 5 1 3 2 4

Kick Returns Team G Ret 1. Tobias Robinson IUP 11 24 2. Josh Mastromatto KUTZ 12 24 3. Joe Klebon ESU 11 25 4. Kevin Marshall SHIP 11 24 5. Alfonso Hoggard CLAR 11 26

Yds 641 590 594 523 562

TD 0 0 0 0 0

Long 51 51 47 62 36

Avg 26.7 24.6 23.8 21.8 21.6

Punt Returns 1. Trevor Kennedy 2. Robert Doiley 3. Trey Johnson 4. Tyler Guise

Yds 501 420 291 176

TD 2 1 1 0

Long 79 76 50 42

Avg 17.3 14.0 12.1 6.5

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Ret 29 30 24 27

Yds 97 89 70 79 70 72

Total Avg/G 17.5 1.59 17.5 1.35 16.5 1.50 16.5 1.27 14.5 1.32 14.5 1.32

Total Avg/G 16 1.45 15 1.36 17 1.31 15 1.15 12 1.09 12 1.09


2010 REGIONAL AWARDS

2010 Bloomsburg Regional Awards Football Gazette All-Super Region One Franklyn Quiteh RB First Team Pat Carey OL Second Team Dan Fisher PK Honrable Mention Daktronics All-Super Region One Pat Carey OL First Team Franklyn Quiteh RB First Team Mike Varanavage LB First Team Dan Fisher PK Second Team

Franklyn Quiteh

Pat Carey

Dan Fisher

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

Year-by-Year Since 1935

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

0 0 0 3 0 26 0 21

21 9 14 19 26 12 10 0

0 25 12 14 28 0 0

19 32 25 21 12 7 25 13

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 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

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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 86

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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

13 13 42 6 20 12 13

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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21 30 6 28 6 0 25 7

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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

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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 2011 Huskies Football

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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 88

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28 0 10 23 34 16 29 28 30

41 8 41 28 55 35 38 28 19

21 12 7 31 17 20 15 21 21

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 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

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25 35 15 6 7 3 7 35 7 23

13 16 31 7 3 15 27 9 12 31

58 42 16 14 41 42 3 28 70

1980 (cont’d ) 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 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

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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 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

17 0 13 6 9 22 24 3 31 24 21

3 14 16 0 13 17 10 23 7 6 9

26 32 44 3 14 26 36 22 7 7

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 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

26 10 6 39 3 0 17 33 23 3 18

6 7 6 9 24 7 0 0 51 32 26

48 25 7 24 28 14 31 35 22 48 16

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

43 20 14 33 21 10 23 17 14 40 17

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) 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

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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 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

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38 10 22 6 7 20 23 17 23 24 3

27 34 20 7 13 28 20 8 18 27 0

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 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

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0 18 3 6 0 8 34 7 14 17

25 28 7 37 9 30 21 12 39 14 19

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 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

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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 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

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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 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 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

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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 7 17 at California (PA) 10 17 at Mercyhurst 7 31 at Kutztown 12 24 C.W. POST 14 45 MILLERSVILLE 10 27 East Stroudsburg 13 28 CHEYNEY 6 27 SHIPPENSBURG 28 14 West Chester 30 7 GANNON (OT) 10 Record: 8-3 (5-2 PSAC) Head Coach: Danny Hale

2010 BU 14 Ashland 41 Clarion 47 IUP 28 44 Millersville 31 26 East Stroudsburg 42 52 Cheyney 10 23 Shippensburg 44 45 West Chester 32 36 C.W. Post 28 61 Kutztown 26 37 Mercyhurst 6 28 California (PA)* 35 14 Mercyhurst* Record 10-3 (7-0 PSAC) Head Coach: Danny Hale 2011 Huskies Football

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All-Time Series Since 1892

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) 92

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W L T Pct. 0 1 0 .000 3 1 0 .750 2 1 0 .667 1 0 0 1.000 1 3 0 .250 2 1 0 .667 1 0 0 1.000 5 0 0 1.000 1 1 0 .500 2 2 2 .500 0 7 0 .000 6 4 0 .600 1 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 1.000 13 8 2 .609 0 3 0 .000 5 1 0 .833 0 1 0 .000 1 0 0 1.000 2 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 1.000 1 1 0 .500 41 9 1 .814 5 4 1 .611 0 1 0 .000 3 4 1 .438 4 0 0 1.000 1 1 0 .500 1 0 0 1.000 0 1 0 .000 0 1 0 .000 13 7 1 .643 1 1 0 .500 37 43 2 .463 2 6 0 .250 0 1 0 .000 1 0 0 1.000 2 0 0 1.000 2 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 1.000 1 1 0 .500 0 2 0 .000 1 0 0 1.000 0 1 0 .000 1 0 0 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 L T Pct. 0 1 0 .000 2 0 0 1.000 1 1 0 .500 1 0 0 1.000 9 18 0 .333 0 4 0 .000 0 2 0 .000 3 3 0 .500 10 0 1 .955 43 20 1 .680 0 6 0 .000 1 0 0 1.000 43 38 3 .530 3 1 0 .750 55 22 4 .704 2 2 0 .500 38 30 5 .555 1 0 0 1.000 2 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 1.000 1 1 0 .500 0 1 2 .333 1 0 0 1.000 0 2 0 .000 1 0 0 1.000 2 2 0 .500 3 5 0 .375 2 1 0 .667 0 1 0 .000 1 0 0 1.000 2 1 0 .667 1 0 0 1.000 0 1 0 .000 1 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 1.000 0 1 1 .250 1 1 0 .500 0 1 0 .000 0 2 0 .000 0 1 0 .000 1 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 1.000 3 0 0 1.000 0 1 0 .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 L T Pct. 1 0 0 1.000 2 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 1.000 3 2 0 .600 1 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 1.000 2 0 0 1.000 2 4 0 .333 1 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 1.000 32 42 0 .432 9 3 0 .750 1 0 0 1.000 1 1 0 .500 0 1 0 .000 11 6 1 .639 2 0 0 1.000 2 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 1.000 0 1 0 .000 1 0 0 1.000 0 1 0 .000 2 0 0 1.000 22 46 0 .323 1 0 0 1.000 0 2 0 .000 10 3 0 .769 0 1 0 .000 3 2 1 .583 1 0 0 1.000 3 1 0 .750 6 23 3 .234 0 1 0 .000 1 0 0 1.000 0 1 0 .000

(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

Year-by-Year Since 1892 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

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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

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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 2010 — 10-3#,+ + -- NCAA Playoffs # -- PSAC East Champs

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ALL TIME COACHING HISTORY All-Time Coaching Records Head Coach (seasons) Year(s) Overall Record W.H. Detwiler (2) 1892-1893 4-5-1 A.K. Aldinger (10) 1894-1898, 1901-1905 50-25-3 B.F. Bryant (2) 1907-1908 5-11 George Harry (1) 1909 4-4 Charles Albert (1) 1910 7-1 John W. Weimer (7) 1911-1917 32-22-6 Thomas W. Pownall (1) 1919 2-5 Raymond Deidrick (1) 1920 3-6 George Mead (4) 1921-1924 14-18-1 Alfred K. Jackson (1) 1925 3-5 Thornley Booth (6) 1926-1931 22-19-4 George Buchheit (7) 1932-1935, 1940-41, 1945 15-26-4 Austin Tate (4) 1936-1939 5-25-1 Frank Kostos (1) 1944 1-4 John Hoch (1) 1946 4-3-1 Robert B. Redman (5) 1947-1951 38-4 Jack Yohe (5) 1952-1956 25-12-2 Walter Blair (7) 1957-1963 26-26-3 Russ Houk (4) 1964-1967 16-16-1 Jerry Densdorff (3) 1968-1970 10-13-1 William Sproule (5) 1971-1975 15-30-1 Ron Puhl (4) 1976-1979 14-24 Clark Boler (2) 1980-1981 1-18 George Landis (4) 1982-1985 24-18-1 Pete Adrian (7) 1986-1992 36-37-1 Danny Hale (18) 1993-Present 154-52-1 TOTALS (113) 1892-2010 530-429-32

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 .746 .551

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RECORD BOOK Bloomsburg Individual Records PASSING Attempts Game 69 Jeff King vs. Lock Haven (1992) * 56 Rich Lichtel (1967) Season 415 Rich Lichtel (1967) 285 Glenn McNamee (1996) Career 986 Jay DeDea (1984-87) 915 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 24 Career 70 60 57

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) Pat Carey (2010) Eric Miller (1997-2000) Dan Latorre (2006-2009) Glenn McNamee (1993-1996)

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 Tom Pajic vs. Lock Haven (1992) Season 87 Ron Lelko (1996) Career 229 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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RECORD BOOK

RUSHING Carries Game 59 Jerry Marks vs. Mansfield (1991) * Season 309 Franklyn Quiteh (2010) 303 Irv Sigler (1996) Career 908 Jamar Brittingham (2004-07) Net Yards Gained Game 300 Season 2,260 Career 5,689

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

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)

TOTAL OFFENSE Plays Game 80 Jeff King vs. Lock Haven (1992) Season 479 Jay DeDea (1987) Career 1,354 Jay DeDea (1984-87)

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 5 Dan Fisher at C.W. Post (2010) 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 20 Dan Fisher (2010) 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 24 Dan Fisher (2010) 20 Chris Mingrone (1986) Career 45 Jon Koenig (2006-2009) 41 Bill Beall (1992-95)

Yards Gained Game 484 Season 2,515 Career 6,594

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

All-Purpose Yards Game 347 Season 2,563 Career 6,867

Most Points Game 34 Season 204 Career 658

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

Most Points Per Game Season 17 Jamar Brittingham (2005) Career 11.6 Jamar Brittingham (2004-07)

SCORING Touchdowns Game 5 Jamar Brittingham vs. C.W. Post (2007) 5 Irv Sigler vs. Cheyney (1997) 5 Irv Sigler vs. E. Stroudsburg (1996) 5 Mike Johnson vs. Cheyney (1995) Season 34 Jamar Brittingham (2005) * Career 85 Jamar Brittingham (2004-07) 96

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

RETURNS Most Punt Returns Game 7 Toyae Berry vs. Shippensburg (2000) 5 Tyler Guise vs. Shippensburg (2010) 5 Bob James vs. Millersville (1990) 5 Mike Kolojejchick (Twice) Season 31 Toyae Berry (2000) Career 83 Sean Smith (1993-96)


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Most Punt Return Yards Game 137 Sean Smith vs. Mansfield (1996) Season 336 Ryan Schuck (2005) Career 641 Ryan Schuck (2005-06) 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 Tyler Guise vs. Clarion (2010) 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 Frank Sheptock vs. N.Alabama (1985) # Season 159 Frank Sheptock (1985) Career 537 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

Frank Sheptock (1982-85)

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 2011 Huskies Football

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MOST RUSHING YARDS - GAME Name Yards Year Opponent 1. Jerry Marks 300 1991 Mansfield 2. Irv Sigler 278 1997 Lock Haven 3. Irv Sigler 268 1997 Millersville 4. Tom Martin 259 1985 Kutztown 5. Irv Sigler 257 1997 Cheyney Jamar Brittingham 257 2007 Millersville 7. Irv Sigler 254 1996 American Int’l 8. Jamar Brittingham 250 2005 Slippery Rock 9. Irv Sigler 249 1997 Mansfield 10. Jamar Brittingham 246 2005 Indiana (PA) 10. Franklyn Quiteh

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MOST RUSHING YARDS - SEASON Name Yards Year 1. Jamar Brittingham 2,260 2005 2. Irv Sigler 2,038 1997 3. Franklyn Quiteh 2,015 2010 4. Irv Sigler 1,693 1996 5. Jamar Brittingham 1,435 2007 6. Marques Glaze 1,354 2000 7. Marques Glaze 1,327 2001 8. Derrick Price 1,279 2008 9. Mike Ceroli 1,269 2004 10. Mike Morrucci 1,221 1979 11. Mike Johnson 1,060 1995 12. Mike Ceroli 1,034 2003 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 2008-2009 Bold represents a player active in 2011

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MOST PASSING YARDS - GAME Name Yards Date Opponent 1. Jeff King 506 1992 Lock Haven 2. Eric Miller 415 1999 New Haven 3. Eric Miller 385 2000 UC Davis + 4. Jay DeDea 373 1984 West Chester 5. Rich Lichtel 360 1967 Mansfield 6. Jay DeDea 358 1987 New Haven 7. Jay DeDea 354 1986 Lock Haven 8. Dan Latorre 350 2009 West Chester 9. Jack Lydic 345 2003 East Stroudsburg 10. Glen McNamee 341 1996 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. Pat Carey 2,026 2010 11. Alan Eck 1,996 1989 MOST PASSING YARDS - CAREER Name Yards TDs Years 1. Eric Miller 7,474 70 1997-2000 2. Dan Latorre 7,370 60 2006-2009 3. Glen McNamee 6,950 57 1993-1996 4. Jack Lydic 5,186 31 2002-2005 5. Rich Lichtel 4,953 43 1965-1967 6. Alan Eck 4,815 33 1989-1991 7. Jay DeDea 4,705 37 1983-1986 8. Mike Glovas 2,943 13 1983-1985 9. Chris Thompson 2,504 26 1998-2001 10. Andrew Herrmann 2,041 12 1999-2002 + NCAA Playoff Game


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MOST RECEPTIONS - SEASON Name Recs. Year 1. Ron Lelko 87 1996 2. Mike Lelko 76 1998 3. Mike Lelko 75 1999 4. Matt Wilson 64 1999 5. Stef Kern 62 1990 6. Mike Lelko 61 2000 7. Buck Eardley 58 1995 8. Ron Lelko 57 1997 Buck Eardley 57 1994 10. Brahin Bilal 54 2006 Rocco Forgione 54 2002 MOST RECEPTIONS - CAREER Name Recs. Years 1. Mike Lelko 229 1997-2000 2. Buck Eardley 185 1992-1995 3. Ron Lelko 172 1994-1997 4. Bob Tucker 131 1965-1967 5. Jeff Zoranski 128 1991-1994 6. Kevin Grande 123 1983-1986 7. Paul Lonergan 117 1987-1989 8. Stef Kern 109 1988-1990 9. Brahin Bilal 108 2004-2007 10. Mike Blake 107 1979-1982 Tierell Johnson 107 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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Bloomsburg Football Playoff History NCAA Regional Semifinal - November 27, 2010 Mercyhurst 28, Bloomsburg 14 ERIE--Quarterback Travis Rearick threw for 252 yards and three touchdowns to lead Mercyhurst College to a 28-14 win over Bloomsburg University in an NCAA Division II Super One Regional semi-final game. With the loss the Huskies end their season with a record of 10-3. Franklyn Quiteh finished with 132 yards rushing giving him 2,015 for the season. He becomes just the third freshman in Division II history to rush for more than 2,000 yards in a season. On BU’s first possession quarterback Pat Carey was hit hard on a pass at his own 19-yard line. The ball bounced into the hands of Fred Hale, who returned the ball to the Huskies eight-yard line. Two plays later Rearick scrambled three yards for a touchdown putting the Mercyhurst up 7-0 with 11:42 left in the first. Taking over their own 14-yard line the Lakers marched eight plays down to the Huskies 24-yard line. On a first down play Rearick took off after the pocket broke down and was hit hard by Mike Varanavage and fumbled the ball. While it appeared that Bloomsburg had recovered the ball, Mercyhurst came out of the pile with the ball. On the next play, Rearick hit Gerald Anderson with a pass out of backfield. Anderson dodged a few tackles and went down the sideline into the end zone for a score. Mercyhurst extended its lead to 21-0 early in the third quarter marching 70 yards in 13 plays, converting twice on fourth down, including fourth and goal at the one yard with Rearick hitting Tim Herbeber with a scoring pass with 5:52 to go in the quarter. The Huskies finally got on the board on the ensuing possession with Quiteh scoring from four yards out. The big play on the drive was a 37-yard run by Quiteh that moved the ball from the Mercyhurst 48 to the Laker 11-yard line. In the fourth quarter the Lakers made it a three touchdown lead when Rearick hit Terrance Coon with a 48-yard scoring pass with 7:00 to play in the game capping an 87-yard drive. The Huskies got a 50-yard kickoff return from Wallace Jamison that put the ball at the Mercyhurst 35-yard line. Using the pass almost exclusively, Carey directed the 35-yard scoring drive hitting tight end Ben Weaber with a nine yard scoring pass. Mercyhurst was able to recover the onside kick, but had to punt the ball back to the Huskies. Bloomsburg then moved to the Laker nine-yard line before turning the ball over on downs with just seconds left in the game.

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1 2 3 4 F 0 0 7 7 14 7 7 7 7 28 Rearick 4 run (Wakefield kick) Anderson 24 pass from Rearick (Wakefield kick) Herbener 3 pass from Rearick (Wakefield kick) Quiteh 4 run (Fisher kick) Coon 48 pass from Rearick (Wakefield kick) Weaber 9 pass from Carey (Fisher kick)

RUSHING: BU-Franklyn Quiteh 24-132; Pat Carey 10-4; Codie Butler5-4; Mike Wagner 1-1; Andre Morales 1-minus 1. MC-Gerald Anderson 21-75; Travis Rearick 3-minus 4; Trevor Kennedy 1-minus 4; TEAM 3-minus 11. PASSING: BU-Pat Carey 9-26-0-111; Mike Wagner 0-3-0-0; Ben Weaber 0-1-0-0. MC-Travis Rearick 24-34-1-252. RECEIVING: BU-Ben Weaber 3-19; Ryan Dickerson 2-65; Andre Morales 1-8; Glenn Hutton 1-8; Matt Marchioni 1-6; Kyle Fisher 1-5. MC-Terrance Coon 8-108; Jeff Groene 6-66; Trevor Kennedy 4-30; R.J. Miller 2-14; Gerald Anderson 1-24; Matt Mohr 1-6; Tim Herbener 1-3; Paris Bruner 1-1.


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Bloomsburg Football Playoff History NCAA First Round - November 20, 2010 Bloomsburg 28, California, Pa 26

CALIFORNIA--Franklyn Quiteh rushed for 141 yards and scored two touchdowns to lead Bloomsburg University to a 28-26 win over California, Pa University in an NCAA Division II first round playoff game. After the first three drives of the game resulted in punts, the Huskies put together an 8 play, 80-yard scoring drive late in the first, capped by a 15-yard run from Quiteh early in the second quarter putting the Huskies up 7-0. The Vulcans answered on their next possession going 63 yards with quarterback Josh Portis throwing a 27-yard TD pass to Chedrick Cherry before halftime to tie the game at 7-7. Later in the second the Vulcans took over at their own 44-yard line with 1:18 to play and moved to the Huskies six yard line with 21 seconds to go. But a sack by Husky Mike Pecot stopped the Vulcans, forcing a 30-yard field goal attempt. Cal’s Marc Domonkos connected to give them a 10-7 lead at the break. In the third quarter the Vulcans Tommie Campbell intercepted BU quarterback Pat Carey deep in Cal territory. That would later lead to a Cal 46-yard field goal giving the home team a 13-7 lead with 6:57 to go in quarter. Bloomsburg though responded and regained the lead on its next drive. Carey directed the Huskies on a 65-yard scoring drive that was completed with a 33-yard TD pass to Ryan Dickerson with just under 4 minutes to play in the third Cal reclaimed the lead with just 35 seconds left in the third. The Huskies would regain the lead for the third time on its next series. Tight end Ben Weaber launched a 57-yard TD pass to Kyle Fisher to give BU the 21-20 edge. On the kickoff a penalty by the Vulcans put them back at their own 15-yard line to start the drive. After Portis was sacked on consecutive plays Cal was forced to punt from its own end zone giving the Huskies the ball at the Vulcan 38-yard line. On the first play from scrimmage, Quiteh ran 38-yards for a score putting the Huskies on top 28-20 with 5:32 to play. Through the air the Vulcans moved the ball to the Huskies 42yard line. On 4th and 10 BU was called for pass interference, giving the Vulcans new life. On the next play Portis connected on a 28-yard scoring pass to bring the score to 28-26. Cal failed on the two point completion followed by an onsides kick recoverey by the Huskies who ran out the clock for the win.

1 2 3 4 F HUSKIES 0 7 7 14 28 California (Pa.) 0 10 10 6 26 2nd 3rd 4th

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Quiteh 15 run (Fisher kick) Cherry 27 pass from Portis (Domonkos kick) Domonkos 30 field goal Domonkos 46 field goal Dickerson 33 pass from Carey (Fisher kick) Moore 29 pass from Portis (Domonkos kick) Fisher 57 pass from Weaber (Fisher kick) Quiteh 38 run (Fisher kick) Cherry 28 pass from Portis (Domonkos kick)

RUSHING: BU-Franklyn Quiteh 22-141; Codie Butler 5-12; TEAM 2-minus 4; Pat Carey 3-minus 22. CAL-Lamont Smith 12-29; Trey Johnson 7-28; Chedrick Cherry 1-9; Cody Wilson 1-0; Josh Portis 8-minus 12. PASSING: BU-Pat Carey 8-17-3-99; Ben Weaber 1-1-0-57. CAL-Josh Portis 26-48-0-300. RECEIVING: BU-Tyler Guise 4-52; Kyle Fisher 3-71; Ryan Dickerson1-33; Andre Morales 1-0. CAL-Chedrick Cherry 8-130; Terrance Moore 8-71; Derrick Jones 5-59; B. Williamson 1-18; Mike Williams 1-11; Cody Wilson 1-7; Lamont Smith 1-3; Trey Johnson 1-1.

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Bloomsburg Football Playoff History NCAA Regional Final - November 29, 2008 California, Pa 27, Bloomsburg 24 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.

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1 2 3 4 F California (Pa.) 6 7 14 0 27 HUSKIES 7 7 3 7 24 1st CAL BU 2nd CAL BU 3rd BU CAL CAL 4th BU

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 26, 2006 Bloomsburg 21, West Chester 20 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.

1 2 3 4 F West Chester 14 6 0 0 20 HUSKIES 7 14 0 0 21 1st WCU BU WCU 2nd BU WCU BU

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.

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Bloomsburg Football Playoff History NCAA Regional Final - December 2, 2006 Bloomsburg 24, Shepherd 21

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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1 2 3 4 F 13 3 0 8 24 14 0 7 0 21 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 9, 2006 Northwest Missouri State 33, Bloomsburg 3 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.

1 2 3 4 F HUSKIES 0 3 0 0 3 N. W. Missouri St. 10 3 6 14 33 1st NWMS X. Oman 1 yd. run (T. Frevert kick) NWMS Tommy Frevert 31 yd. field goal 2nd BU Jon Koenig 42 yd. field goal NWMS Tommy Frevert 27 yd. field goal 3rd NWMS Tommy Frevert 31 yd. field goal NWMS Tommy Frevert 23 yd. field goal NWMS X. Oman 1 yd. run (T. Frevert kick) NWMS 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 19, 2005 East Stroudsburg 52, Bloomsburg 39

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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1 2 3 4 F E. Stroudsburg 7 14 7 24 52 HUSKIES 8 7 17 7 39 1st BU BU BU ESU 2nd ESU BU ESU 3rd BU BU ESU BU 4th ESU ESU ESU ESU BU

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 19, 2001 Grand Valley State 42, Bloomsburg 14

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.

1 2 3 4 F HUSKIES 7 7 0 0 14 Grand Valley State 7 21 14 0 42 1st GV 1st BU 2nd GV 2nd GV 2nd GV 2nd BU 3rd GV 3rd GV

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 18, 2000 Bloomsburg 46, Saginaw Valley 32

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.

1 2 3 4 F Saginaw Valley 14 10 0 8 32 HUSKIES 7 12 13 14 46 1st BU 1st SVU 1st SVU 2nd BU 2nd SVU 2nd SVU 2nd BU 3rd BU 4th SVU 4th BU 4th BU

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 25, 2000 Bloomsburg 38, Northwood 14

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.

Northwood HUSKIES 1st BU 1st NU 1st BU 2nd BU 2nd BU 2nd BU 4th NU 4th BU

1 2 3 4 F 7 0 0 7 14 14 17 0 7 38 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 2, 2000 Bloomsburg 58, UC Davis 48

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.

HUSKIES UC Davis 1st UCD 1st BU 1st UCD 1st BU 2nd UCD 2nd BU 2nd UCD 2nd BU 2nd UCD 3rd BU 3rd UCD 3rd UCD 4th BU 4th BU 4th BU 4th BU

1 2 3 4 F 13 9 7 29 58 14 21 13 0 48 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 9, 2000 Delta State 63, Bloomsburg 34 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).

Delta State HUSKIES 1st BU 1st DSU 1st DSU 1st BU 2nd DSU 2nd DSU 2nd DSU 3rd BU 3rd DSU 3rd BU 3rd DSU 4th DSU 4th DSU 4th BU

1 2 3 4 F 14 21 14 14 63 14 0 14 6 34 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.

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Bloomsburg Football Playoff History NCAA First Round - November 23, 1996 Clarion 42, Bloomsburg 29

CLARION--The second trip to the NCAA Division II playoffs ended in the opening round along while ending Bloomsburg’s nine-game winning streak. Bloomsburg overcome a 12-0 first quarter deficit with a 15-yard TD pass by Glenn McNamee to Ron Lelko and Sean Smith’s fifth punt return for a touchdown of the season (71) to take a 14-12 lead. Clarion rallied with two touchdown passes in the last five minutes of the first half to lead 28-14 at the break. On the first drive of the second half, the Huskies went 56 yards in four plays to cut the lead to 28-21 on a 32-yard pass from McNamee to Lelko. However, Clarion scored on two of its next three possessions to take the win. Bloomsburg was held to a season-low 59 yards rushing in the game.

HUSKIES Clarion 1st CU 1st CU 2nd BU 2nd BU 2nd CU 2nd CU 3rd BU 3rd CU 4th CU 4th BU 2pt pass)

1 2 3 4 F 0 14 7 8 29 12 16 7 14 42 S. Witte 30 yd. run (pass failed) Bzorek 34 yd. interception ret. (pass failed) McNamee 15 yd. pass to R. Lelko (Boop kick) Smith 71 yd. punt ret. (Boop kick) Weibel 2 yd. pass to Sickeri (Weibel 2 pt pass) Weibel 16 yd. pass to S. Witte (Sickeri run) McNamee 32 yd. pass to R. Lelko (Boop kick) DeJidas 8 yd. run (Palisin kick) S. Witte 5 yd. run (Palisin kick) McNamee 13 yd. pass to R. Lelko (McNamee

RUSHING: CU: S. Witte 22-137; DeJidas 14-80. BU: Sigler 20-71. PASSING: CU: Weibel 26-16-1, 228. BU: McNamee 41-23-1, 242. RECEIVING: CU: DeJidas 5-61; Sickeri 5-47; S. Witte 4-81. BU: Ron Lelko 12-141; Smith 5-22.

All-Time NCAA Playoff Scores 1985 Q-finals Bloomsburg 38, Hampton 28 2005 2nd Rnd East Stroudsbug 52, Bloomsburg 39 Semi-finals at North Alabama 34, Bloomsburg 0 2006 2nd Rnd Bloomsburg 21, West Chester 20 1996 1st Rnd at Clarion 42, Bloomsburg 29 Q-finals Bloomsburg 24, at Sheperd 21 Semi-finals at N.W. Missouri 33, Bloomsburg 3 2000 1st Rnd Bloomsburg 46, Saginaw Valley 32 Q-finals Bloomsburg 38, Northwood 14 2008 2nd Rnd Bloomsburg 28, West Chester 21 Semi-finals Bloomsburg 58, UC Davis 48 Q-finals California, Pa. 27, Bloomsburg 24 Finals Delta State 63, Bloomsburg 34 2010 1st Rnd Bloomsburg 28, California Pa. 26 2001 1st Rnd at Grand Valley 42, Bloomsburg 14 Semi-final Mercyhurst 28, Bloomsburg 14 Overall NCAA Playoff Record 8-8 • Home Playoff Record: 5-2 • Road Playoff Record: 3-5 • Neutral 0-1

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Bloomsburg Football Playoff History NCAA Quarterfinal - November 30, 1985 Bloomsburg 38, Hampton 28 Hampton HUSKIES 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 4th 4th 4th 4th

HU BU HU BU HU HU BU BU BU BU HU

1 2 3 4 F 13 9 0 6 28 7 10 0 21 38 Painter 80 yd. run (Barber kick) DeDea 5 yd. pass to Dowd (Sullivan kick) Stacy 77 yd. pass to Skinner (kick failed) Martin 4 yd. run (Sullivan kick) Barber 33 yd. field goal Stacy 77 yd. pass to Painter (run failed) Sullivan 36 yd. field goal DeDea 12 yd. pass to Grande (pass failed) Martin 7 yd. run (DeDea 2 pt pass) Martin 1 yd. run (Sullivan kick) Stacy 63 yd. pass to Gaillaird (run failed)

RUSHING: HU: Painter 16-111; Lindsey 1-3; Bentley 1-3; Gaillaird 2-4; Stacy 11-(-19). BU Martin 40-203; Libiel 1-19; Robinson 7-8; Heavey 1-4; DeDea 3-(-8). PASSING: HU: Stacy 14-5-0, 232. BU: Dedea 36-14-0, 179; Liebel 1-1-0, (-2). RECEIVING: HU: Skinner 1-77; Painter 1-77; Gaillaird 2-67; Campbell 1-11. BU: Dowd 6-100; Grande 6-76; Bluitt 1-9; Martin 1-(-6); Drummeller 1-(-2).

NCAA Semifinals - December 7, 1985 North Alabama 34, Bloomsburg 0 1 2 3 4 F HUSKIES 0 0 0 0 0 North Alabama 7 17 10 0 34 1st NA 2nd NA 2nd NA 2nd NA 3rd NA 3rd NA

L. Billups recovers fumble in end zone (PAT blocked) Charles Johnson 1 yd. run (Knowles kick) Metcalf 54 yd. pass to Morrow (Knowles kick) Knowles 29 yd. field goal Knowles 34 yd. field goal Metcalf 9 yd. pass to Ivy (Knowles kick)

RUSHING: NA: Johnson 22-84; Ivy 15-76; Yeager 6-24; Webb 8-23; Cl. Johnson 1-11; Ellio 3-7; Garner 1-3; Metcalf 2-(-2); Morrow 1-(-7). BU Martin 14-30; Robinson 3-18; Cocerski 2-16; Bluitt 1-3; DeDea 8-(-16). PASSING: NA: Metcalf 14-10-1, 93; Elliot 2-1-0, 20. BU: DeDea 29-9-1, 127; Globas 4-1-0, 8. RECEIVING: NA: Banks 3-34; Ivy 3-48; Morrow 2-75; Cl. Johnson 2-45; Cunningham 1-11. BU: Grande 4-31; Dowd 3-37; Martin 1-29; Robinson 1-22; Newman 1-8.

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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. 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 four years. An immediate starter since being drafted in the fourth round in 2006, Evans has gone from being a little-known rookie to an established veteran now considered one of the NFL’s top right guards. Evans has started all 80 games of his NFL career which is the most for a Saints offensive linemen to begin his career and the second-most by a Saint overall. His games started streak is tied for fifth among active NFL guards In the summer of 2010, Evans signed a seven-year, $56 million contract. He was a Pro Bowl-starter in 2010 and 2009, a two-time Associated Press All-Pro, two-time Pro Football Weekly/Pro Football Writers of America Association All-NFL, and two-time The Sporting News All-Pro. In 2011 he was named as one of the 100 Greatest Players in NFL, ranking 34th. In 2006, he was recognized as Pro Football Weekly/PFWAAllRookie 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 Round Pick Name Pos. Team Tom Donan 2006 4 108 Jahri Evans LT Saints Donan was the first Bloomsburg player to sign a pro contract when 1992 5 140 Eric Jonassen OL Chargers he inked with the Steelers in 1949. Injuries forced him to retire while in 1980 7 177 Mike Morucci RB Saints camp. 1972 13 317 Bob Warner RB Broncos 1970 1950 1949 1949

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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.


2011 Bloomsburg University Football Media Guide  
2011 Bloomsburg University Football Media Guide  

2011 Bloomsburg University football media guide