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TABLE OF CONTENTS

2012 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 2012 Pre-Season Roster ........................................13 2012 Season Preview .............................................15

The 2012 Bloomsburg Huskies

Captain Profiles ......................................................18 Offensive Profiles ...................................................20 Defensive Profiles . .................................................36 Special Teams Profiles . .........................................49 Pronunciation Guide .............................................50 2012 Opponent Profiles ........................................52

2011 Season in Review

2011 Recaps . ...........................................................64 2011 Results / Statistics ........................................75 2011 PSAC Review ................................................83 2011 Regional Award Winners . ..........................88

The Bloomsburg Tradition

Year-by-Year Results . ............................................90 All-time Series Records ........................................98 Record Book . ........................................................101 NCAA Playoff History ........................................108 Huskies in the NFL...............................................120 2012 Schedule......................................... Back Cover

CREDITS

On the cover (clockwise from top): Ryan Dickerson, Ryan Feldman, Sean Clift, Franklyn Quiteh, Jarrett Pidgeon, Kyle Fisher, and Dylan Manni.

All of Bloomsburg’s athletic publications are published by the Office of Communications/University Advancement. Copyright 2012. Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania. This publication was designed by former Intern/Assistant Sports Information Director Don Sherman, with additional work by 2012-13 Intern/Asst. SID Bryan Salvadore. Written and edited by Sports Information Director Tom McGuire. Some material and editorial work provided by former student assistants Chris Martrich and Sean Lerman. 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 . ..................................................................10,091 School Colors . ............................................Maroon & Gold Team Nickname........................................................ Huskies Conference..............................................Pennsylvania State ................................................. Athletic Conference (PSAC) President....................................................Dr. David L. Soltz Athletic Director....................................... Mike McFarland Athletics Affiliation ...............................NCAA Division II FOOTBALL HISTORY First Year of Football ..................................................... 1892 All-Time Record.................................................. 539-431-32 Number of PSAC East Championships ......................... 11 All-Americans .................................................................... 49 Harlon Hill Award Winners . ..............................................1 TEAM FACTS 2011 Overall Record .........................................................9-2 2011 PSAC East Record . .................................................5-2 Head Coach......................................................... Danny Hale Alma Mater, Year .................................West Chester, 1968 Record at Bloomsburg . .............................163-54-1 (.750), Year at Bloomsburg . .......................................................20th Overall Record . ...........................................203-67-1 (.751) Year as a Head Coach .....................................................25th

Asst. Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator/ Linebackers ......................................................Paul Darragh Offensive Coordinator/ Offensive Line ..............................................Brian McBryan Defensive Secondary/Video Coordinator/ Recruiting Coordinator .................................Chet Henicle Defensive Line/ Strength & Conditioning .................................. Bill Perkins Kickers . ......................................................................Ed Rush Quarterbacks/Receivers ......................................Jack Lydic Defensive Assistant . ...................................... Maurice Daly Defensive Line.................................................. Jeff Wardach Running Backs.................................................Stefan Adams Starters Returning . ............................................................ 14 Starters Lost ...........................................................................9 Lettermen Returning . ....................................................... 45 Lettermen Lost ................................................................... 14 Base Offense . ................................................................. Pro-I Base Defense ......................................................................4-3 Football Office..................................................570-389-4359 STADIUM INFORMATION Name ...................................... Robert B. Redman Stadium, ..................................................................... Danny Hale Field 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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Mike McFarland

Director of Athletics

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Kathy Heitzman

Associate Director of Athletics

Athletics Department (Area Code 570) Director of Athletics Mike McFarland............................................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 Bryan Salvadore . ..........................................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

Shelby Hoppis Athletic Trainer

> Enrollment— Total enrollment is now 10,091, 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 $7,971 per semester for Pennsylvania residents (tuition, fees, typical room and meal plans), $12,884 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 Bryan Salvadore > Intern/Asst. Sports Information Director Email: bsalvado@bloomu.edu Phone: (570) 389-2767 Ally Keirn > 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.

Practice Fields

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2012 COACHING STAFF


HEAD COACH DANNY HALE

Danny Hale Head Coach

Danny Hale, one of the winningest coaches in all of Division II, will begin his 20th season at the helm of the Huskies in 2012 and 25th season overall as a head coach. Hale also spent five years as head coach at West Chester University. At Bloomsburg, Hale has posted a record of 163-54-1 (.743) and holds the school record for most coaching victories. Overall in 24 years as a head coach he has a mark of 203-67-1 (.750) and is ranked among the top 10 active coaches in NCAA Division II in winning percentage. He is one of just four active Division II coaches with at least 200 career wins going into the 2012 season. In his 19 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 the last 12 seasons (2000-2011) Bloomsburg is one of the most successful NCAA Division II programs with a combined record of 111-30 (.787). In 2010, 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 going on the road to knock off California (PA) 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 Divi-

sion 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 AFCA 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. 2012 Huskies Football

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HEAD COACH DANNY HALE

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 2011 Bloomsburg 9 2 0 .714 TOTALS 203 67 1 .751

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. In 2010 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. 8

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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 10 grandchildren.


ASSISTANT COACHES Paul Darragh

Asst. Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Paul Darragh enters his 16th 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 All-East 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 in two of the last three 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.

Brian McBryan

Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Brian McBryan begins his 20th season at Bloomsburg and his first as the offensive coordinator for the Huskies. 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 Renovo-Bucktail 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 AllAmerican 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.

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Chet Henicle

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

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

Jack Lydic

Quaterbacks/Receivers Jack Lydic begins his first season with the Huskies as the quarterbacks/ receivers coach after having served as the quarterbacks coach at Susquehanna and as the offensive coordinator for the new program at Misericordia University. Lydic graduated in 2005 (and 2006 with master's degree) and was a three-year starter for Bloomsburg. During his career the Huskies won four Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Eastern Division championships. As a senior team captain in 2005, Lydic led the Huskies to an undefeated regular season and a Division II playoffs appearance. He earned second-team all-PSAC honors in 2004 and 2005. He is currently ranked fourth on the all-time passing yards list at Bloomsburg 5,186 yards and is ninth in career touchdown passes with 31. 10

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Following his playing days at Bloomsburg he went on to play quarterback for the Hamburg Blue Devils of the German Football League (GFL) and Budapest Cowboys of the Central European Football League and was a member of the offensive coaching staffs for both teams. He led the GFL with 31 touchdown passes while throwing for more than 2,700 yards in 2007. In 2008 Lydic was named the quarterbacks coach at Susquehanna University where he helped the Crusaders to a conference championship in 2009 and was part of the Liberty League Coaching Staff of the Year. In 2011 he was named as the offensive coordinator at Misericordia University which will play its first-ever game this September.


ASSISTANT COACHES

Bill Perkins

Defensive Line/Strength and Conditioning Bill Perkins is entering his 19th 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 two players 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 ninth 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 single-season record with 20 field goals, including a school-record five in one game. Rush has also coached All-American 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 Pac10 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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Maurice Daly

Assistant Linebackers Maurice Daly begins his 13th season with the Huskies as assistant linebackers coach. Daly graduated from Queen's College in 1972 and also currently works at Geisinger Medical Center Outpatient Surgery at Woodbine Lane in Danville. Daly resides in Sunbury with his wife Toni and his son Maurice III who is currently a junior at Liberty University. He also has two daughters Allison and Andrea, both alumni of Bloomsburg University. Daly is a proud grandfather of two, Jeremiah and Maya. Daly is also a drummer, jazz enthusiast and audiophile.

Stefan Adams Running Backs

Stefan Adams begins his first season as the running backs coach of the Huskies. A 2010 graduate of Bloomsburg, Adams was a four-year member of the Huskies rushing for 919 yards in his career while scoring 15 touchdowns, including a career-best 11 in 2008. A two-timeAll-PSAC East selection, Adams gained a career-high 111 yards and scored two TD’s in a win over Clarion in 2007. Adams is studying for his master’s degree in counseling here at Bloomsburg.

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Jeff Wardach Defensive Line

Wardach begins his second 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.


2012 PRE-SEASON ROSTER 2012 Bloomsburg University Huskies 73 4 55 41 16 91 77 18 87 84 12 57 35 95 7 90 29 72 34 2 97 80 67 15 63 17 48 27 98 50 1 49 75 13 68 6 22 39 44 82 33

Alphabetical Roster Allen, Brandon OL Allison, Aaron TE Barrett, Robert OL Boyer, Chris WR Buchert, Alex OL Burkhard, Derek FB Buschi, Lou QB Calloway, Russell DE Capers, Anthony OL Clarke, Brian OL Clift, Sean LB Daniels, Mark TE Daniels, Trent WR David, Tony DE Decena, Bernadain LB DeLuca, Nick FB Dennis, Roy DE Dickerson, Ryan WR DiPietro, Jeremy DB Drayton, Rich WR Drexler, Braden K Dudley, Nick DB Eck, Samuel DB Feiler, Matt OL Feldman, Ryan LB Finley, Damin DB Fisher, Daniel K/P Fisher, Kyle WR Franks, DaJuan OL Gades, Connor QB Garland, John OL Geiger, Ryan OL Gmerek, Jason WR Gmerek, Nick DB Harris, Andrew LB Haverstock, Dan DB Heilig, Matt DE Hoagland, Dakota OL Hoenl, Nate TE Hoffman, Chad QB Hutton Jr., Glenn WR Irving, Jeremy DB Johnson, Durrell OL Kelly, Tim QB Kennedy, Chris DL Knerr, Brady QB Knoblauch, Tyler DB Kralle, Robert LB LaBadie, Bill DL Lowery, Jeremiah DL Maggs, Ryan FB Manigault, Marcus DE Manni, Dylan TE Marchioni, Matt WR Mateo, Eddie RB

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Name Glenn Hutton Jr. Damin Finley DJ Robinson Chris Boyer Jonathan Patrick Brady Knerr Ryan Dickerson Cole Parkinson Gary Postell Sellus Roulhac Garrett Pope Tony David Tim Kelly Dai’Shon Munger Connor Gades Lou Buschi Jason Gmerek Sean Clift Rasheen Tookes Donovan Morris Tyler Knoblauch Terrell Oglesby Brandon True Dan Haverstock Franklyn Quiteh Samuel Eck Justin Shirk Eric Thomas Eddie Mateo Ryan Feldman Nicholas DeLuca Brody Myers Bryan McCall Ryan Maggs Bret Rutkoski Derek Burkhard Dylan Manni Matt Wenrich Michael Russell Nick Gmerek Jeremy Irving Dakota Hoagland Jarrett Pidgeon Alex Buchert Shaun Moore Bernadain Decena Shawn Mitchell Chris Steck Christian Whiteside Ryan Geiger Michael Schlauch Shawn Smith DaJuan Franks Chris Kennedy Greg Waters

Yr. Pos. Jr. WR R-Fr. DB So. DB Sr. WR Jr. DB So. QB Sr. WR So. WR R-Fr. DB Jr. DB R-Fr. DB So. DE R-Fr. QB R-Fr. RB R-Fr. QB So. QB So. WR Sr. LB So. RB R-Fr. DB So. DB Sr. DB So. DB Sr. DB Jr. RB Sr. DB So. LB So. DB Jr. RB Sr. LB So. FB So. RB Fr. LB Sr. FB Fr. RB So. FB Sr. TE Jr. FB R-Fr. LB So. DB Fr. DB R-Fr. OL Sr. LB Jr. OL Sr. DL So. LB So. DL Jr. OL R-Fr. OL R-Fr. OL Sr. DL So. OL R-Fr. OL Jr. DL Jr. OL

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

Wt. 190 190 175 175 185 190 180 175 170 185 215 235 185 170 200 220 180 220 215 175 198 180 185 200 203 200 240 190 205 205 230 235 230 245 220 230 260 230 225 170 200 305 220 285 265 205 245 285 270 280 255 284 270 280 300

Hometown / High School Sicklerville, NJ / Paul VI Elkins Park / Milford Academy Sinking Spring / Conrad Weiser Hummelstown / Hershey Somerset, NJ / Franklin Macungie / Emmaus Harleysville / Souderton Boyertown / St. Pius X Philadelphia / Bishop McDevitt West Chester / West Chester East Northumberland / Shikellamy Allentown / Salisbury Camp Hill / Cedar Cliff Westampton, NJ / Holy Cross West Chester / Unionville East Meadow, NY / Mercerburg Acad. Hontzdale / Moshannon Valley Philadelphia / Roman Catholic Philadelphia / Valley Forge Military Philadelphia / George Washington Berlin, NJ / Eastern Philadelphia / Northeast Catholic Harrisburg / Bishop McDevitt York / West York Tobyhanna / Pocono Mountain West Jersey Shore / Jersey Shore Area Harrisburg / Central Dauphin Reading / Muhlenberg Bethlehem / Freedom Mechanicsburg / JP McCaskey Allentown / Parkland Akron / Ephrata Lititz / Warwick Beech Creek / Central Mountain Huntington Mills / Northwest Area Fayetteville / Chambersburg Bensalem / Bensalem Selinsgrove / Selinsgrove Hamburg / Hamburg Hontzdale / Moshannon Valley Thornton / Garnet Valley Shoemakersville / Hamburg Barnegat, NJ / Southern Regional Robesonia / Conrad Weiser Landsdale / North Penn Philadelphia / Archbishop Ryan Nazareth / Nazareth Mt. Carmel / Mt. Carmel Broomall / Maple Newtown Southampton / La Salle Zion Grove / Bloomsburg Harrisburg / Central Dauphin Philadelphia / Frankford Phoenixville / Archbishop Carroll Churchville / Council Rock South 2012 Huskies Football

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Matt Feiler Jr. OL Brandon Allen Sr. OL Nick Reed R-Fr. OL Durrell Johnson So. OL Brian Clarke Jr. OL Kyle Fisher Sr. WR Matt Marchioni Sr. WR Tony Peregrin Fr. WR Trent Daniels So. WR Shane Quinn R-Fr. TE Matthew Sokoloski Fr. LS Mark Daniels Sr. TE Jack Sandherr R-Fr. TE Braden Drexler So. K Russell Calloway Fr. DE Dylan Stair So. DL Ian Murray Jr. LS David McFadden So. DL Roy Dennis R-Fr. DL Brett McMullin R-Fr. DL Dan Fisher Jr. K/P Matt Heilig So. DE Larry Webster Sr. DL Aaron Allison Fr. TE Rob Barrett Fr. OL Anthony Capers Fr. OL Jeremy DiPietro Fr. DB Rich Drayton Fr. WR Nick Dudley Fr. DB John Garland Fr. OL Andrew Harris Fr. LB Nate Hoenl Fr. TE Chad Hoffman Fr. QB Robert Kralle Fr. LB Bill LaBadie Fr. DL Jeremiah Lowery Fr. DL Marcus Manigault Fr. DE Marquez Norford Fr. DE Jesse Osborne Fr. OL Joe Parsnik Fr. WR Travon Pugh Fr. DB Thomas Coy Quivers II Fr. WR Ezra Ranco Fr. DL Greg Rommel Fr. OL Brynn Schafer Fr. LB James Small Fr. DB Tyler Szaflarski Fr. LB Tyrell Thomas Fr. TB Jerrin Toomey Fr. DB Joe Wetty Fr. DE Miles Williams Fr. DB

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6-7 6-3 6-1 6-4 6-3 6-0 6-3 6-0 6-2 6-2 6-0 6-6 6-3 5-10 6-2 6-2 6-3 6-6 6-3 6-3 6-1 6-4 6-7 6-3 6-5 6-6 5-9 6-0 5-10 6-4 5-10 6-3 6-2 6-2 6-4 6-3 6-3 6-2 6-2 5-9 5-9 6-3 6-1 6-3 6-1 5-10 6-0 6-0 5-10 6-3 5-10

325 290 275 315 290 190 210 195 170 245 200 250 250 165 240 240 220 245 250 250 195 220 240 250 330 265 175 210 175 300 205 215 205 235 291 253 210 225 300 180 160 195 275 275 210 160 230 195 180 200 180

Strasburg / Lampeter-Strasburg Philadelphia / Frankford Dallastown / Dallastown Easton / Wyoming Valley West Hanover / Hanover Denver / Cocalico Wilmington, DE / Brandywine Mayfield / Lakeland Harrisburg / Susquehanna Township Levittown / Neshaminy Bloomsburg / Bloomsburg Sinking Spring / Wilson West Lawn Orefield / Allentown Central Bethlehem / Nazareth Philadelphia / Motivation Alpha, NJ / Phillipsburg Lock Haven / Central Mountain Allentown / Allentown Central Berwick / Berwick Port Carbon / Pottsville Liverpool / Central Dauphin Harrisburg / Central Dauphin Hagerstown, MD / Elkton Philadelphia / Frankford New Holland / Garden Spot Philadelphia / Frankford Mechanicsburg / Cumberland Valley Philadelphia / Central Downingtown / Downingtown East Hatfield / North Penn Whitehall / Whitehall Whitehall / Whitehall Drums / Hazleton Philadelphia / Edward BOK Tech Bensalem / Bensalem Sharon Hill / Academy Park West Chester / Rustin Harrisburg / Susquehanna Township Medford, NJ / Shawnee Wilkes-Barre / Coughlin Tobyhanna / Pocono Mountain West Mercersburg / James Buchanan Collegeville / Perkiomen Valley Somerville / Immaculata (NJ) Schuylkill Haven / Blue Mountain Lansdowne / West Catholic Greencastle / Greencastle Elysburg / Southern Columbia York / West York Downingtown / Downingtown East Steelton / Bishop McDevitt

37 94 96 58 56 21 14 93 36 24 8 5 83 51 11 9 85 28 74 3 10 47 40 88 64 30 65 86 92 60 32 20 26 70 99 45 62

McCall, Bryan McFadden, David McMullin, Brett Mitchell, Shawn Moore, Shaun Morris, Donovan Munger, Dai'Shon Murray, Ian Myers, Brody Norford, Marquez Oglesby, Terrell Osborne, Jesse Parkinson, Cole Parsnik, Joe Patrick, Jonathan Peregrin, Tony Pidgeon, Jarrett Pope, Garrett Postell, Gary Pugh, Travon Quinn, Shane Quiteh, Franklyn

LB DL DL DL DL DB RB LS RB DE DB OL WR WR DB WR LB DB DB DB TE RB Quivers II, Thomas Coy WR Ranco, Ezra DL Reed, Nick OL Robinson, DJ DB/KR Rommel, Greg OL Roulhac, Sellus DB Russell, Michael LB Rutkoski, Bret RB Sandherr, Jack TE Schafer, Brynn LB Schlauch, Michael DL Shirk, Justin LB Small, James DB Smith, Shawn OL Sokoloski, Matthew LS Stair, Dylan DL Steck, Chris OL Szaflarski, Tyler LB Thomas, Eric DB Thomas, Tyrell TB Tookes, Rasheen RB Toomey, Jerrin DB True, Bandon DB Waters, Greg OL Webster, Larry DL Wenrich, Matt FB Wetty, Joe DE Whiteside, Christian OL Williams, Miles DB Alphabetical Roster


2012 SEASON PREVIEW 2012 Bloomsburg Season Preview The Huskies could not have asked for a better start to the 2011 season; an 8-0 start with signature wins against Ashland in the season opener and IUP in a nationally televised game. Not to mention making the largest comeback in NCAA Division II history by overcoming a 35-point deficit to defeat West Chester on the road. It was as if the Huskies were destined for glory as they ascended through the national polls, eventually achieving a number two national ranking and head coach Danny Hale picking up career win 200. It seemed clear that a deep postseason run was on the horizon. Then, out of nowhere, inches upon inches of snow accumulated at Redman Stadium the morning of the C.W. Post game on October 29. The snowfall derailed Bloomsburg’s historical season as the Huskies dropped two of their final three games to ultimately miss the playoffs. “I think a lot of teams in the country would like to be 9-2 but it was disappointing that we missed the playoffs” said Hale. “However, we understand that we allowed it not to be in our hands with the losses at the end of the season.” “Every week I think about that snow game” Hale continues. “It was just very frustrating because we could not overcome the elements; we did not handle it well. There is a fine line between wins and losses. It all comes down to a really fine line sometimes and in a nutshell the whole season came down to that one game but that’s the way it goes, that’s sports and you have to move on. Every year is different. You look back on experiences but that’s the past, good or bad. You look back but they are over.” OFFENSE QUARTERBACK—With the loss of 2011 starting quarterback Pat Carey, the big question mark for the Huskies entering the 2012 season is who will be under center? With several returning quarterbacks, only one saw the field last year and it was for only one game. The race for the starting job could come down right to the wire with four players competing for the top spot. Brady Knerr has the most experience of all the returning quarterbacks. He saw action in one game last year and spent the 2010 season as the backup at Millersville University. Overall Tim Kelly had a good spring season and with great athleticism coupled with a good arm may be the answer. Lou Buschi is another option for the Huskies. He is the biggest of all the quarterbacks and with a very strong arm has the ability to throw a great deep ball. Connor Gades could also be the solution after turning some heads with a solid spring game performance. RUNNING BACK—There are no question marks at the tailback position as the Huskies return two 1,000 yard rushers from a season ago in Franklyn Quiteh and Eddie Mateo. They were

the only teammates in Division II to rush for over 1,000 yards in same season last year, making them the most lethal running combination in all of D-II football. Ranked fifth in Bloomsburg history with 3,207 career rushing yards and a long list of awards, Quiteh returns as a starter. Fellow 1,000 yard rusher and All-PSAC East first team honoree Mateo is also back after a breakout season that included a five touchdown game, tying a four year old school record. Also look for Dai’Shon Munger to see some time in the backfield after having a good outing in the spring. The fullback position in the Bloomsburg offense is not and will not be a one man show. Ryan Maggs is the front runner for the starting gig. Maggs is a versatile back who runs very well but is also a good blocker and receiver out of the backfield. Matt Wenrich saw a lot of action last season and should expect the same this year, while Brody Myers should also see some time. TIGHT END— BU returns 2011 All-PSAC East first team honoree Dylan Manni as the starter. Expectations will be high for the senior tight end that averaged 10.5 yards per catch last season. Look for Mark Daniels, Jack Sandherr, and Shane Quinn to battle for time this season as well. OFFENSIVE LINE—A consistently great offensive line has been a trademark of Bloomsburg football over the years and the 2012 season will be no different. Junior captain and three year starter Chris Steck will anchor the offensive line. Steck is joined by fellow captain and second team All-PSAC honoree Brandon Allen, who is a returning starter at the right tackle position. Brian Clarke will also be back in a starting role after earning first team All-PSAC East honors. Keep an eye on Clarke to also make an impact on the defensive side of the ball this year as he transitions into a two-way player. Look for Alex Buchert, Matt Feiler, Ryan Geiger, Durrell Johnson, Shawn Smith and Greg Waters to battle for playing time as well. WIDE RECEIVER—Experience is the key for the receiving corps as the Huskies return a slew of impact receivers. With the ability to vertically stretch the field, Kyle Fisher will be the main target after an All-PSAC East second team selection. Ryan Dickerson is also a proven wide-out who has the ability to stretch the field. Matt Marchioni is back after a 2011 season that produced three touchdowns on 12 receptions. Used more as a control/ possession receiver, Marchioni will also be a threat in the red zone. Look for Glenn Hutton, Chris Boyer, and Cole Parkinson to play key roles as well.

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DEFENSE DEFENSIVE LINE—Over the years the Huskies have had great defensive teams and a lot of that success can be attributed to having an impact player on the defensive line. The Huskies will be counting on Chris Kennedy to be that impact player for them this fall; last season he led all BU defensive linemen with 32 tackles. Shaun Moore also adds experience to the defensive line after making 30 tackles a season ago. Mike Schlauch is back after taking a year off, while Dylan Stair will be in the mix for playing time as well. On the outside, Matt Heilig has the ability to be a playmaker for the Husky defense as does Tony David. Look for both players to make an impact this year. Be on the lookout for former BU basketball standout Larry Webster, who at 6-7, could create some havoc in passing situations with the possibility of contributing on the offensive side of the ball and special teams. Returners Roy Dennis, Dave McFadden, and Shawn Mitchell will all look to make contributions. LINEBACKER—With great instincts and character Jarrett Pidgeon, one of the tri-captains, returns in a starting role to anchor the linebacker corps. A 2011 All-PSAC East first team honoree, Pidgeon led the Huskies with 95 tackles with 6.5 of his tackles going for a loss. With the ability to play outside or inside, look for Justin Shirk to be an impact player in 2012; in his freshman season he finished third on the team in tackles with 56, leading to an All-PSAC East second team selection. Sean Clift and Ryan Feldman add experience to the outside linebacker position after combining for 80 tackles last season. The Huskies also have a pair of young talents waiting in the wing in Bryan McCall and Michael Russell. Both players had a good spring and with more experience will add depth. DEFENSIVE SECONDARY—Key losses in Vince Browning and brothers Oscar and Justin Rivera present the opportunity for several retuning players to step up. Terrell Oglesby and DJ Robinson will transition from working mostly nickel coverage packages into featured starting roles at cornerback. Last season the duo combined for 54 tackles and three interceptions. Gary Postell, and Eric Thomas will be competing for time as well. At safety, Dan Haverstock returns as the starter for the second straight season; last year Haverstock led the Huskies with three interceptions. Jonathon Patrick showed signs of improvement as each game went by last year and will move from a back-up role to a starting gig this season. Look for Damin Finley, Sellus Roulhac, and Garrett Pope all to see action this year as well. SPECIAL TEAMS Entering his junior year, placekicker Dan Fisher has already put his stamp on the Bloomsburg football program by owning four school records and sharing one other. He has split the uprights 16

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37 times in just two years and his 17 field goals in 2011 was third most in D-II football. Along with field goal responsibilities, Fisher will also handle the punting duties. Brandon Drexler will be Fisher’s backup and will hold on field goal attempts. Ian Murray will be the primary long snapper with Matthew Sokoloski serving as the back-up. Look for multiple players to take on return duties this season including Kyle Fisher, DJ Robinson, Dai’Shon Munger, Eddie Mateo and Ryan Dickerson. OVERALL The Huskies are optimistic entering the 2012 season as they face another challenging schedule. Bloomsburg opens the season against Stonehill College, an up and coming team from the Northeast-10, then take on Kuztown two weeks later in a much anticipated game between two of the top teams in the PSAC East. “I’m optimistic that we will be a competitive football team” Hale remarked. “There’s nobody on our schedule that I feel we would have to perform heroics to win, we just need to play good solid football. There was a real positive chemistry with the team in the spring and I know we have the ability to be a good team.”


MEET THE 2011 HUSKIES

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CHRIS

STECK

Center Jr Mt. Carmel • Mt. Carmel Exercise Science

6-1

285

From the Coach: All-PSAC in 2010 and team captain for the 2012 season, Steck has become a dominant center in our league. He helped lead the way for All-PSAC Franklyn Quiteh and Eddie Mateo to rush for over 1,000 yards during the 2011 season. Steck is a candidate for post-season honors. 2011: Steck started in 10 games for the Huskies in 2011 and remained a force on the offensive line. Along with his co-captain, Brandon Allen, and fellow linemen, Steck helped the Huskies to the number one red zone offense in the PSAC as Bloomsburg was 46-of-53 in scoring opportunities, including 24 rushing touchdowns. Steck was also in the middle of the offensive line that helped produce the sixth-best rushing offense in the nation in 2011. 2010: Steck started in all 13 games at center for the Huskies this season...He was part of the offensive line that drove the eighth-best rushing offense in the nation and was named first team All-PSAC center.

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BRANDON

ALLEN

Tackle Sr Philadelphia • Frankford Business Administration

6-3

290

From the Coach: All-PSAC in 2011 and team captain for the 2012 campaign, Allen has become a force in the Husky offense. Allen is very athletic and has the ability to make key blocks all over the field. He will make a major contribution and is a candidate for All-American honors. 2011: The junior tackle has been a driving force behind the Huskies' ground success the past two sesasons after becoming a starter in 2010. Allen has made 23 career starts on the offensive line in 24 career games. With the help of his fellow linemen, Allen helped the Huskies' ground attack produce two 1,000-yard rushers in the same season (Quiteh - 1,192; Mateo - 1,185) for the first time in school history. He was also part of an offensive line that allowed just 15 sacks, tied for second-best in the PSAC. For his efforts in 2011, Allen was named as an All-PSAC second team selection. 2010: Started in all 13 games for the Huskies...He was part of the offensive line that drove the eight-best rushing offense in the nation.

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JARRETT

PIDGEON

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

220

From the Coach: Pidgeon is a captain and three year starter at the Mike linebacker position. A very emotional player who plays with tremendous intensity and has a strong will to win. An All-Conference player the last two seasons, Pidgeon is highly respected by his teammates. In high school he played for his father Dennis Pidgeon at Southern Regional. 2011: Earned second-team All-Region defense honors on the 2011 Don Hansen All-Super Region One team...Named as an All-PSAC first team selection for the 2011 season...Made a total of nine tackles and recorded a sack for a loss of three yards in the season opener victory over Ashland (9/1)...Recorded nine tackles and an interception in the win over Clarion (9/10)...Posted a career-high 15 tackles, one forced fumble, and an interception in the win over IUP (9/15)...Recorded five tackles and a sack for a loss of seven yards in a victory over Millersville (9/24)...Made five tackles in a Huskies win over East Stroudsburg (10/1)...Posted a Pidgeon's Career Defensive Statistics: career-high 17 tackles in a victory over Shippensburg (10/15)...Was named the PSAC Eastern Division Defensive Player of the Week GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks FF FR for his play against Shippensburg (10/16)...Named D2Football. 2009 10-10 5 7 12 2.0 0.0 0 0 com Defensive Player of the Week (10/19)...Led the Huskies on 2010 13-13 43 34 77 4.5 1.0 0 0 defense to a comeback victory over West Chester by logging 11 2011 11-10 46 49 95 6.5 2.0 1 0 tackles while breaking up two passes (10/22)...Led the Huskies deTOTALS 34-33 94 90 184 13.0 3.0 1 0 fense with 12 tackles against C.W. Post (10/28)....Made six tackles against Kutztown (11/5)...Registered five tackles to end the regular season with a win over Lock Haven (11/12). 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 52-14 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 the game against Mercyhurst (11/13)...Made eight tackles and had one broken up pass in win over California (11/20)... Logged seven tackles against Mercyhurst in NCAA playoff. (11/27). 2009: Logged two tackles for loss against Gannon, including a 14-yard sack...Recorded 12 tackles on the season.

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BRADY KNERR

Quarterback So 6-1 Macungie • Emmaus Communications Studies

190

From the Coach: After a full year in the system, Knerr has shown great knowledge of the offense and ability to manage the game effectively. Brady will compete for the starting quarterback spot. A fierce competitor and a desire to learn the intricacies of what it takes to be great quarterback has propelled Brady up the depth chart. He has many intangible qualities that will be a critical part of the success of the offense.

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LOUIS BUSCHI

Quarterback So 6-3 210 East Meadtown, NY • Mercerburg Academy

From the Coach: Buschi had a good spring and is competing for the starting quarterback spot in the fall. Lou is a true student of the game, a film room rat that is consistently trying to get better. His competitiveness in the weight room, practice field, and film room makes everyone around him better. Buschi has the size and arm strength to make all the plays in any field zone. As he continues to gain more experience in the system, he will grow more comfortable and more consistent.

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CONNOR GADES

Quarterback R-Fr 6-1 West Chester • Unionville Business

200

From the Coach: After a full spring in the Huskies offense, Gades looks to use his athleticism and leadership to guide the offense. Connor showed command of the offense and playmaking ability in the spring game. His mental understanding of the offense has increased and his willingness to put his teammates before himself will prove to be very valuable as he looks to make an impact in 2012.

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TIM KELLY

Quarterback R-Fr 6-1 Camp Hill • Cedar Cliff Secondary Education

185

From the Coach: Kelly had a very productive spring and will be competing for the starting quarterback spot. A natural athlete and an intelligent student-athlete, Kelly has what it takes to make a big time impact for the Husky offense. He has a lightning quick release and can hurt you with his feet as well as his arm. As he continues to improve his knowledge of the offense and leadership skills, Tim will definitely be a big component of the offense.

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FRANKLYN

QUITEH

Running Back Jr 5-10 203 Tobyhanna • Pocono Mountain West Communication Studies

From the Coach: Quiteh has continued to commit himself in the off-season so that he can be ready to be the offensive powerhouse. This spring Quiteh worked tirelessly on his speed, agility, foot work, and ball security. A player with great vision as a runner, Quiteh has set his personal and team goals high with aspirations to be the best running back in the country in 2012. Quiteh is looking to increase his yards and touchdowns from last year’s 1,192 yards and 12 touchdowns. 2011: Earned honorable mention on the 2011 Don Hansen NCAA Division II All-American team...Named to the second team 2011 Don Hansen All-Super Region One team...Selected to the second team 2011 Daktronics, Inc. Division II All-Super Region One team... Named an All-PSAC first team selection for the 2011 season...Coming off of an exceptional 2010 season, Quiteh was named a Pre-Season All-American by D2Football.com...Rushed for a game-high 144 yards and a touchdown, while catching one pass for 40 yards in the season opener victory over Ashland (9/1)...Posted 114 yards on 17 carries in the victory over Clarion (9/10)...Rushed for 124 yards and two touchdowns in a win against East Stroudsburg (10/1)...Rushed for three touchdowns and caught another as he led the Huskies to a win over Cheyney (10/8)...Posted two touchdowns on 105 yards rushing in a victory over Shippensburg (10/15)...Totaled 190 yards rushing and two touchdowns to help the Huskies to the biggest rally in NCAA Division II history against West Chester (10/22)...Rushed for 140 yards and two touchdowns on 16 carries against C.W. Post (10/28)...Posted 151 yards on 13 carries against Kutztown (11/5)...Totaled 120 yards on 16 carries in the season finale against Lock Haven (11/12). 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 touchQuiteh’s Career Rushing Statistics: downs 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 GP-GS No Yds Avg TD LG Avg/G college football to rush for more than 2,000 yards during the season.... 2010 13-13 309 2015 6.5 22 68 155.0 Started all 13 games after going into training camp as the third string 2011 10-9 180 1192 6.6 12 70 119.2 back...Rushed for 140 yards on 35 carries against Ashland in season TOTALS 23-22 489 3207 6.6 34 70 139.4 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 in victory over California (11/20)...Rushed for one touchdown on 132 yards rushing against Mercyhurst in NCAA Playoffs (11/27)...Named the winner of the Danny Litwhiler Award as the school's top Underclass Male Athlete and football MVP.

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EDDIE

MATEO

Running Back Jr 5-9 Bethlehem • Bethlehem Catholic Undeclared

205

From the Coach: Mateo runs with speed, great balance, and has great catching ability out of the backfield. Expect Mateo to continue to explode into the second level and make defenders miss as he provides the Huskies with arguably the best back up in the country. As a backup last season, Mateo ran for 1,185 yards and 12 touchdowns. 2011: Named to the second team 2011 Don Hansen All-Super Region One team...Named an All-PSAC first team selection for the 2011 season...Rushed for 40 yards on eight carries including a 26-yard run in the season opener victory over Ashland (9/1)...Collected 179 yards rushing and five touchdowns in the win over Clarion (9/10)...Named the PSAC Eastern Division Offensive Player of the Mateo's Career Rushing Statistics: Week for his performance in the Huskies win over Clarion (9/11)... *Denotes play at Stony brook Posted 31 yards rushing on eight carries in the victory against IUP GP-GS No Yds Avg TD LG Avg/G (9/15)...Rushed for 201 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Huskies to a victory over Millersville (9/24)...Recorded 175 yards 2009* 3-0 26 154 5.9 0 27 51.3 rushing on 24 carries in a victory over East Stroudsburg (10/1)... 2011 11-1 172 1185 6.9 12 69 107.7 Rushed for 101 yards on 13 carries and a touchdown in a win over TOTALS 14-1 198 1339 6.7 12 69 95.6 Cheyney (10/8)...Rushed for 129 yards on 16 carries in a victory over Shippensburg (10/15)...Rushed for 99 yards and recorded both a rushing and recieving touchdown in the Huskies biggest rally in NCAA Division II history to beat West Chester (10/22)...Rushed for 63 yards and a touchdown against C.W. Post (10/28)...Rushed for 49 yards on 16 carries against Kutztown (11/5)...Gained 136 rushing yards and scored one touchdown in the season finale win over Lock Haven (11/15). 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

Fullback Sr 6-2 Beech Creek • Central Mountain Criminal Justice

245

From the Coach: A big, strong, and smart versatile back, Maggs will be used in a number of ways for the Huskies offense. He has the ability to carry the ball and the speed to be a threat from the backfield when the Huskies go into Maggs' Career Rushing Statistics: their one back sets. He will be a powerful one back for the Huskies as they continue to run the football GP-GS No Yds Avg TD LG Avg/G and is a monster coming out of the backfield to create running lanes for 2008 13-0 11 80 7.3 0 41 6.2 Quiteh and Mateo. He sat out the spring but is expected to start for the 2011 11-0 12 47 3.9 0 9 4.3 Huskies at fullback in 2012. TOTALS 24-0 23 127 5.5 0 41 5.3 2011: Rushed for 22 yards in the victory over Clarion (9/10)...Rushed for seven yards in a win over Millersville (9/24)...Scored a touchdown on a one-yard reception in a victory over East Stroudsburg (10/1)...Made a 23 yard reception in a win over Cheyney (10/8)...Made an 18 yard reception in a comeback win over West Chester (10/22)...Recorded two receptions for 18 yards against C.W. Post (10/28)...Made two receptions for 21 yards to end the regular season with a win over Lock Haven (11/12). 2008: Saw action in all 13 games for the Huskies...Rushed twice for five yards against California...Had a 41-yard carry against Millersville...Carried once for 16 yards against Ashland.

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MATT WENRICH Fullback Jr Selinsgrove • Selinsgrove Special Education

5-11

230

From the Coach: An extremely strong player, Wenrich pushes himself in the weight room to be in the best condition possible so that he can take on any defender. Wenrich sat out the spring but will be fighting for the backup fullback spot. Wenrich's Career Rushing Statistics: GP-GS 2010 8-0 2011 10-1 TOTALS 18-1

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Yds 49 12 61

Avg TD LG Avg/G 5.4 1 15 6.1 4.0 0 8 1.2 5.1 1 15 3.4

2011: Honored as a 2011-12 Bloomsburg University Scholar-Athlete... Assisted with one tackle in the season opening victory over Ashland (9/1)...Recorded a tackle in the Huskies win over Clarion (9/10).

2010: Carried twice for 15 yards against Millerville (9/25)...Rushed five 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.

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BRODY MYERS

Running Back So Akron • Ephrata Business Education

6-1

235

From the Coach: Myers showed signs this spring that he will be in the competitions to backup Maggs in 2012. A player with solid physical attributes, Myers was a powerful lead blocker for Quiteh and Mateo throughout the spring. Myers can be counted on to play at any time because of his Steplight's Career Rushing Statistics: grasp of the offensive concepts which is key to the fullback position. His blocking paths are run with precision, putting him in contention GP-GS No Yds Avg TD LG Avg/G for solid playing time this season. 2011 6-0 5 24 4.8 0 13 4.0 TOTALS 6-0 5 24 4.8 0 13 4.0 2011: Rushed once for 11 yards in the victory over Clarion (9/10)... Rushed for 15 yards in a win over Millersville (9/24).

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NICHOLAS C. DeLUCA Fullback So Allentown • Parkland Engineering

5-9

230

From the Coach: DeLuca has been adjusting to the system as a fullback. He had to sit out the spring due to an injury, but he should be fully recovered for pre-season workouts. He adds valuable depth to the fullback position.

DeLuca's Career Rushing Statistics: GP-GS 2011 3-0 TOTALS 3-0

No 0 0

Yds 0 0

Avg TD LG Avg/G 0.0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0.0

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RASHEEN TOOKES

Running Back So 5-9 215 Philadelphia • Valley Forge Military Academy Undeclared

From the Coach: Red-shirted the 2011 season. He shows tremendous strength and abilities as a running back. Unfortunately, he had to sit out the spring with an injury. He should be fully recovered this pre-season and adds depth to a talented running back group.

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DAI'SHON MUNGER

Running Back R-Fr 5-8 Westampton, NJ • Holy Cross Business Management

160

From the Coach: Red-shirted the 2011 season and worked hard in the winter program. He had an excellent spring and should figure into the tailback rotation this 2012 season. He has excellent quickness and vision.

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WIDE RECEIVERS

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KYLE

FISHER

Wide Receiver Sr Denver • Cocalico Exercise Science

6-0

190

From the Coach: Entering his senior season Kyle has emerged as a definitive leader for the wide receiving corps. A returning two-year starter, Fisher leads by example in the weight room and on the practice field. His explosiveness and knowledge of the offense and tireless work ethic makes him a big play threat every time the ball is snapped. Fisher had showed improvement in his route running and blocking ability in the spring, making him the complete package at the wide out position. 2011: Named as an All-PSAC first team selection for the 2011 season...Recorded one touchdown on four receptions for a total of 53 yards and had a 78-yard kickoff return in the season opening victory over Ashland (9/1)...Made one reception for a 39-yard gain in the victory over Clarion (9/10)..Named the PSAC Eastern Division Offensive Player of the Week after catching five passes for a career-high 171 yards and a touchdown to help lead the Huskies to a win over IUP (9/15)...Recorded four receptions for 80 yards in a victory over Millersville (9/24)...Made two receptions for 23 yards in a comeback win over West Chester (10/22)...Made a 46-yard reception against C.W. Post (10/28)...Made three receptions for a Fisher’s Career Receiving Statistics: total of 25 yards against Kutztown (11/5)...Made one reception for 17 yards to end the regular sea GP-GS Rec Yds Avg TD LG Avg/G son with a victory over Lock Haven (11/12). 2009 6-0 1 9 9.0 0 9 1.5 2010 11-1 2011 8-5 TOTALS 25-6

23 585 25.4 6 21 454 21.6 2 45 1048 23.3 8

76 53.2 55 56.8 76 41.9

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 Kick Returns Punt Returns catches for 32 yards in win over GP Ret Yds Avg TD LG Ret Yds Avg TD LG Millersville (9/25)...Had a 32-yard reception for 2009 6 1 33 33.0 0 33 - - - - a touchdown against East Stroudsburg (10/02)... 2010 11 13 299 23.0 0 36 - - - - Caught a 62-yard touchdown pass in win over 2011 8 9 261 29.0 0 78 - - - - Cheyney (10/9)...Made two receptions for a total TOTALS 25 23 593 25.8 0 78 - - - - 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 (11/20). 2009: Had a 33-yard kick return against Kutztown...Tallied three tackles as member of special-teams unit...Recorded first career reception with a nine-yard catch against Cheyney.

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RYAN

DICKERSON

Wide Receiver Sr Harleysville • Souderton Communications

5-11

180

From the Coach: Returning starter and veteran to the Huskies offense, Dickerson was the leading receiver for the Huskies in 2011 hauling in 23 catches for over 350 yards and four touchdowns. Ryan has big play potential with great speed and outstanding route running technique making him an impact player for the Huskies. Dickerson will be relied on for his inspirational, veteran leadership. Ryan has dedicated himself to the weight room this spring and expectations are high as he enters his senior season.

Dickerson's Career Receiving Statistics: GP-GS Rec Yds 2008 6-0 5 59 2009 Did Not Play 2010 10-0 5 119 2011 11-6 23 351 TOTALS 27-6 33 529

Avg TD LG Avg/G 11.8 0 16 9.8 23.8 15.3 16.0

1 4 5

53 11.9 54 31.9 54 19.6

Kick Returns Punt Returns GP Ret Yds Avg TD LG Ret Yds Avg TD 2008 6 1 28 28.0 0 28 0 0 0.0 0 2009 Did Not Play 2010 10 3 74 24.7 0 36 7 52 7.4 0 2011 11 1 33 33.0 0 33 8 32 4.0 0 TOTALS 27 5 135 27.0 0 36 15 84 5.6 0

LG 0 16 16 16

2011: Made a 42-yard reception for a touchdown in the victory over IUP (9/15)...Posted eight receptions for 104 yards in a Huskies victory over East Stroudsburg (10/1)...Recorded three receptions for 30 yards in a win over Cheyney (10/8)...Posted a touchdown on two receptions for 62 yards in a win over Shippensburg (10/15)...Recorded a touchdown on two receptions for 40 yards in the biggest rally in NCAA Division II history to beat West Chester (10/22)...Recorded a touchdown on three receptions for 38 yards againt Kutztown (11/5)...Made three receptions for 26 yards to end the regular season with a victory over Lock Haven (11/12).

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 punt for 12 yards against West Chester (10/23)...Made one reception for 33 yards which resulted in a touchdown in the game against California (11/20)...Made two receptions for 65 yards against Mercyhurst in NCAA playoffs (11/26). 2009: Did not play. 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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GLENN

HUTTON JR.

Wide Receiver Jr Sicklerville, NJ • Paul VI Finance & Economics

6-0

190

From the Coach: Hutton had an excellent spring, and has developed into well rounded receiver. Glenn possesses a tremendous work ethic and shows incredible desire to get better every day. A tireless competitor, Hutton raises the level of play of everyone around him. He has a great deal of knowledge Hutton’s Career Receiving Statistics: about the offense from being a former quarterback and his ability to quickly read what is happening in front of him sets him apart. His dedi GP-GS Rec Yds Avg TD LG Avg/G cation on and off the field will prove vital in what should be a breakout 2010 11-0 2 17 8.5 0 9 1.5 year. 2011 11-0 1 29 29.0 0 29 2.6 TOTALS 22-0 3 46 15.3 0 29 2.1 2011: Made a 29-yard catch in the Huskies win over Cheyney (10/8). 2010: Played in 11 games for the Huskies. Made one reception for nine 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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MATT

MARCHIONI

Wide Receiver Sr 6-3 Wilmington, DE • Brandywine Finance

210

From the Coach: Marchioni’s spring was hampered by injury. Last year, he saw action at all of our receiver spots and looks to continue to increase his production this year. One of every four passes Matt caught last year was a touchdown. Expectations are for him to carry on his ratio of catches to touchdowns while increasing his number of catches. His size and precise route running makes him a big time target in the red zone. Marchioni's Career Receiving Statistics: 2010 2011 TOTALS

GP-GS Rec Yds Avg TD LG Avg/G 12-0 7 85 12.1 0 29 7.1 10-0 12 133 11.1 3 35 13.3 22-0 19 218 11.5 3 35 9.9

2011: Made two receptions for a total of 24 yards in a 32-20 victory over East Stroudsburg (10/1)...Posted two touchdowns on four receptions for 61 yards in the 38-18 win over Shippensburg (10/15)...Caught four balls for 35 yards and a touchdown against Lock Haven (11/12)

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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CHRIS

BOYER

Wide Receiver Jr Hummelstown • Hershey Finance / Accounting

5-9

175

From the Coach: Boyer had an excellent spring. His intelligence and workhorse approach has been a big reason why Chris has seen time at every wide receiver position. He is a great communicator and will be relied upon as a contributor for the Husky offense. One of the quickest people on the team, Boyer has the capability to out run defenders and make people miss.

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TRENT

DANIELS

Wide Receiver So 6-2 170 Harrisburg • Susquehanna Township Business Management

From the Coach: After a solid spring, Daniels showed marked improvement in all facets of the wide out position. He has the ability to stretch the field and stress secondary’s with great-sharp routes and excellent hands. Trent has shown flashes and is looking to be more consistent this fall while gaining valuable experience to make a contribution this season.

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COLE

PARKINSON

Wide Receiver So Boyertown • St. Pius X Undeclared

6-2

175

From the Coach: Parkinson had a very productive spring with him steadily improving in all areas of the game. A special team’s player last year, Cole looks to continue to gain valuable experience and play a larger role on the Huskies offense. Cole runs great routes and always seems to find a void in the defense making him very difficult to defend and a viable weapon in the receiving unit.

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TIGHT ENDS

44

DYLAN

MANNI

Tight End Sr Bensalem • Bensalem Communication Studies

6-3

260

From the Coach: All-PSAC First Team in 2011, Manni is a major force in the BU attack. He is a dominant blocker and has great hands. He will make a major contribution this fall and is a candidate for All-American honors. 2011: Named as an All-PSAC first team selection for the 2011 season...Made three receptions for 28 yards in a victory over Clarion (9/10)...Posted four receptions for 55 yards in a victory over Millersville Manni’s Career Receiving Statistics: (9/24)...Recorded one tackle for a loss of two yards in a comeback win over West Chester (10/22). GP-GS Rec Yds Avg TD LG Avg/G 2008 11-1 2 25 12.5 0 14 2.3 2010: Did not play. 2009 10-1 8 89 11.1 1 33 8.9 2010 Did Not Play 2009: Made at least one catch in five straight games...Caught first 2011 11-10 13 115 8.8 0 26 10.5 touchdown pass at Kutztown on two-yard reception...Caught TOTALS 32-12 23 229 9.9 1 33 7.2 career-long 33-yard pass against Millersville. 2008: Saw action as a true freshman, catching passes against East Stroudsburg and Cheyney.

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MARK

DANIELS

Tight End Sr 6-6 255 Sinking Spring • Wilson West Lawn Economics

From the Coach: Daniels has shared time at tight end throughout his career. He will be battling for playing time during the 2012 season. At 6-6, he has potential to be a great receiver in the Huskies passing game. He will be called upon to make an impression in the fall. Daniels' Career Receiving Statistics: GP-GS Rec Yds 2010 9-0 0 0 2011 11-0 1 3 TOTALS 20-0 1 3

Avg TD LG Avg/G 0.0 0 0 0.0 3.0 1 3 0.3 3.0 1 3 0.2

2011: His first career reception was a three-yard touchdown pass on a fake field goal in a comeback victory over West Chester (10/22). 2010: Played in nine games for the Huskies.

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TIGHT ENDS / OFFENSIVE LINE

88

JACK

SANDHERR

Tight End R-Fr 6-3 240 Orefield • Allentown Central Catholic Undeclared

From the Coach: Sandherr had a very productive spring at tight end. He has improved both his blocking and pass routes. With his great hands, he will be called upon to make a major contribution for the Husky offense.

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SHANE

QUINN

Tight End R-Fr Levittown • Neshaminy Business Management

6-2

230

From the Coach: Quinn had a great spring at tight end and will be expected to make an impact during the 2012 season. A very good blocker, Shane is expected to be a force this fall.

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BRIAN CLARKE

Tackle Jr Danville • Danville Criminal Justice

6-3

290

From the Coach: All-PSAC First Team in 2011, Clarke returns as the starting guard in the 2012 season. Clarke led the way for a rushing attack that included two running backs that gained more than 1,000 yards. He has tremendous strength and is dominant at the point of attack. Clarke is a candidate for All-American honors. 2011: Selected to the second team 2011 Daktronics, Inc., Division II All-Super Region One team...Earned third-team All-Region offense honors on the 2011 Don Hansen All-Super Region One team...Named as an All-PSAC first team selection for the 2011 season...

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OFFENSIVE LINE

55

ALEX

BUCHERT

Center Jr 6-2 Robesonia • Conrad Weiser Criminal Justice

285

From the Coach: Buchert returns as the starting guard for the 2012 campaign. He has improved his strength and agility and must provide leadership for this season. Alex is a candidate for post-season honors.

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MATT FEILER

Guard Jr 6-7 Strasburg • Lampeter-Strasburg Undeclared

325

From the Coach: Feiler made the move from starting guard in 2011 to starting tackle this fall. At 6-7 he has tremendous potential and his dominant play is critical for the success of the Bloomsburg offense. Matt is a candidate for post-season honors.

70

GREG WATERS

Center Jr 6-1 Churchville • Council Rock South Criminal Justice

300

From the Coach: Waters has gained valuable experience at center this spring. He has worked to improve his strength and knowledge of the BU offense. He will be looked upon to provide depth this fall. He is also a volunteer fireman in his hometown.

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SHAWN SMITH

Guard So 6-3 Harrisburg • Central Dauphin Biochemistry

284

From the Coach: Smith has gained valuable experience at offensive guard during spring practice. He is a very intelligent player and is expected to make a major contribution for the Husky rushing attack this fall.

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RYAN GEIGER

Guard/Center R-Fr 6-1 280 Southampton • La Salle Secondary Education / Mathematics

From the Coach: Geiger has gained valuable experience at both guard and center during the spring. He has tremendous strength, is very intelligent, and will be called upon to provide depth in the Husky offense.

75

DURRELL JOHNSON

Guard/Tackle So 6-4 Kingston • Wyoming Valley West History

315

From the Coach: Johnson must provide depth for the Huskies to be successful this season. A very intelligent player, Durrel can play both guard or tackle for the Huskies. With his great agility and knowledge of the offense he will be called upon to make a contribution this fall.

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50

DAKOTA

HOAGLAND

Tackle R-Fr 6-4 Shoemakersville • Hamburg Exercise Science

305

From the Coach: Hoagland recovered from a knee injury and is expected this season to provide depth at offensive tackle. With improved agility and strength, he is expected to develop into a solid offensive tackle.

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DAJUAN FRANKS

Tackle R-Fr Philadelphia • Frankford Nursing

6-6

270

From the Coach: Franks has gained valuable experience at offensive tackle this spring. He is deceptively quick and has a great understanding of our offensive concept. With improved strength he will be looked upon to provide depth at offensive tackle this fall.

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NICK

REED

Guard R-Fr Dallastown • Dallastown Exercise Science

6-1

275

From the Coach: Reed has gained valuable experience at offensive guard this spring. A very knowledgeable player, he must continue to develop his agility and strength to make a contribution in the Husky offense.

62

CHRISTIAN

WHITESIDE

Guard R-Fr 6-2 Broomall • Maple Newtown Biology

270

From the Coach: Whiteside had a great spring at offensive guard. He has improved his strength and agility and must provide depth for the 2012 season. Could see playing time this fall. 2012 Huskies Football

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SHAUN

MOORE

Defensive Tackle Sr Landsdale • North Penn Communication Studies

5-11

265

From the Coach: One of the strongest players on defense who had a very solid season as an 11game starter last year. He has superior ability to get off blocks and run down opposing ball carriers with relentless effort. Shaun is a very hard worker during practice and in the off-season, and he will find valuable gains due to the Moore's Career Defensive Statistics: investments. GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks FF FR 2009 9-0 3 2 5 0.0 0.0 0 0 2010 9-0 3 5 8 0.0 0.0 0 0 2011 11-10 19 11 30 4.0 3.0 0 0 TOTALS 29-10 25 18 43 4.0 3.0 0 0

2011: Recorded four tackles in the win over Clarion (9/10)...Made five tackles and had a sack in the Huskies victory against IUP (9/15)...Posted three tackles in a victory over Millersville (9/24)... Recorded three tackles in a victory over Shippensburg (10/15)... Collected two tackles in a comeback win over West Chester (10/22)...Collected six tackles and a sack

resulting in a loss of five yards against C.W. Post (10/28)... Registered four tackles to end the regular season with a win over Lock Haven (11/12).

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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MICHAEL

SCHLAUCH

Defensive Line Sr Zion Grove •Bloomsburg Undeclared

5-10

255

From the Coach: Schlauch returns to the lineup after a year off, and he will become a real asset immediately. He has great quickness and plays with outstanding intensity. He will provide depth and experience to the defensive tackle spot, as well as providing a solid Schlauch's Career Defensive Statistics: pass rush. Mike’s brother Charles was an all-conference player at Shippensburg. GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks FF FR 2009 11-0 1 3 4 0.0 0.0 0 0 2010: Played in 11 games for the Huskies...Recorded one tackle 2010 11-0 2 2 4 1.5 1.0 0 1 for an assisted loss of 1 yard against Clarion (9/11)...Recorded one TOTALS 22-0 3 5 8 1.5 1.0 0 1 tackle in win over IUP (9/18)...Sacked the quarterback once for a loss of 7 yards in the win over East Stroudsburg (10/02)...Ended the season with a total of 4 tackles for the Huskies...

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LARRY

WEBSTER

Defensive Line Sr 6-7 Hagerstown, MD •Elkton Business Information Systames

240

From the Coach: Webster comes to football after an outstanding career on the hardwood including earning the 2011-12 PSAC East Defensive Player of the Year award. He has super range and great ability to come undone and make plays. He will become increasingly difficult to block as the season progresses and his athleticism will create problems for BU opponents.

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CHRIS

KENNEDY

Defensive Tackle Jr 6-3 280 Phoenixville • Archbishop Carroll Business Administration

From the Coach: A prototype defensive tackle with great strength and size. He can easily make it a long day for opposing offensive linemen with a very physical style of play. Chris played in every game in 2011 and he will bring a good amount of experience to the Kennedy's Career Defensive Statistics: front. He has worked hard on his GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks FF FR conditioning and technique during the off-season. 2010 13-0 2011 11-10 TOTALS 24-0

2 16 18

5 16 21

7 32 39

0.0 4.0 4.0

0.0 2.0 2.0

0 0 0

0 0 0

2011: Recorded thre tackles in the Huskies victory over Clarion (9/10)...Posted six tackles in the Huskies win over IUP (9/15)... Made three tackles in a victory over East Stroudsburg (10/1)... Recorded a sack for a loss of seven yards in a win over Cheyney (10/8)...Posted three tackles in a Huskies win over Shippensburg (10/15)...Registered six tackles and a sack for a loss of six yards in a comeback victory over West Chester (10/22)...Collected two tackles against C.W. Post (10/28). 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.

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MATT

HEILIG

Defensive End So 6-4 Harrisburg • Central Dauphin Exercise Science

220

From the Coach: Heilig started to become a difference maker late last season and he has used that momentum to grab one of those starting defensive end spots. Matt plays fast and with great energy which will create bad plays for opposing offenses. He has added positive weight and strength and he will be looked to for leadership Heilig's Career Defensive Statistics: and great production this fall. GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks FF FR 2011 10-0 9 5 14 1.0 1.0 0 0 TOTALS 10-0 9 5 14 1.0 1.0 0 0 .

58

SHAWN

2011: Recorded a sack for a loss of 13 yards in the victory over Clarion (9/10)...Made three tackles in a Huskies victory over Millersville (9/24)....Recorded three tackles in a win over Cheyney (10/8)...Collected two tackles against C.W. Post (10/28).

MITCHELL

Defensive Line So Nazareth • Nazareth Business

6-2

245

From the Coach: Shawn made great strides last spring and he impressed the coaches with his big-play ability during spring OTA’s. He has increased his strength and take-off, making him tough to handle in the heart of the Mitchell's Career Defensive Statistics: defense. GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks FF FR 2011 4-0 0 4 4 0.0 0.0 0 0 TOTALS 4-0 0 4 4 0.0 0.0 0 0

94

DAVID

2011: Recorded two tackles in the Huskies win over Clarion (9/10).

McFADDEN

Defensive Tackle So 6-6 245 Allentown • Allentown Central Cath. Undeclared

From the Coach: McFadden is a big, tall, defensive end with great leverage. He can cover ground and also ward off opposing blockers with a big wing span and solid strength. David is a very intelligent player who rarely makes a technical or alignment error; he is also becoming a great technician McFadden's Career Defensive Statistics: on shedding blocks. He should give the Huskies solid play at the DE spot as well as provide much needed leadership. GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks FF FR 2011 10-0 1 5 6 0.0 0.0 0 0 2011: Recorded a tackle in the Huskies win over Clarion (9/10). TOTALS 10-0 1 5 6 0.0 0.0 0 0 38

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TONY

DAVID

Defensive Line So Allentown • Salisbury Undeclared

6-0

240

From the Coach: David played in every game last fall after moving over from his tight end spot to defensive end. He brings great speed and an effective pass rush to the front. He will be counted on weekly to create opportunities for big defensive stops and motivation for the entire front.

David's Career Defensive Statistics: GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks FF FR 2011 11-0 8 10 18 3.0 2.0 0 0 TOTALS 11-0 8 10 18 3.0 2.0 0 0

92

DYLAN

STAIR

Defensive Line So Alpha, NJ • Phillipsburg Business

2011: Collected two tackles and had a sack for a loss of three yards against Kutztown (11/5)...Had three tackles in a Huskies 45-10 win over Cheyney (10/8)...Recorded two tackles and a sack in a 46-7 victory over Millersville (9/24)...Posted two tackles in the Huskies 20-16 victory over IUP (9/15)...Recorded one tackle in the 45-10 win over Clarion (9/10)...Made two solo tackles in his college football debut against Ashland (9/1)...

6-2

240

From the Coach: Stair is returning from a knee injury. He has the ability to play both defensive end and tackle which will make him a valuable commodity to the front. He has great instincts and should vie for considerable playing time.

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ROY

DENNIS

Defensive Line R-Fr Berwick • Berwick Special Education

6-3

250

From the Coach: Dennis is developing into a very nice defensive end. He has all the tools, speed, quickness, and good hand speed needed. He will fight for playing time, especially as a pass rusher.

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LINEBACKERS

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SEAN

CLIFT

Linebacker Sr 6-0 Philadelphia • Roman Catholic Criminal Justice

215

From the Coach: Clift is a tough, physical player who is the returning starter at the Buck linebacker position in 2012. Is a very consistent player who is tough at at the “point of attack” and is part of a veteran linebacker corps. 2011: Made 11 tackles and had a sack in the win over IUP Clift's Career Defensive Statistics: (9/15)...Posted seven tackles in a victory over Millersville (9/24)... .Had five tackles in a Huskies win over Cheyney GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks Int FF FR (10/8)...Recorded 10 tackles for the Huskies against C.W. 2009 5-0 3 4 7 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 Post (10/28)...Collected five tackles against Kutztown (11/5)... 2010 9-2 3 2 5 0.5 0.0 0 0 0 Posted four tackles to end the regular season with a win over 2011 11-11 20 30 50 3.5 0.5 0 0 0 Lock Haven (11/12). TOTALS 25-13 26 36 62 4.0 0.5 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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RYAN

FELDMAN

Linebacker Sr Aston • JP McCaskey Communication Studies

5-11

205

From the Coach: Had an excellent spring practice and returns to the starting lineup at the Will linebacker position after battling injuries throughout the 2011 season. Has a knack for finding the football. Very vocal and instinctive player. He is part of a linebacker corps that has a lot of game experience and knows the defense extremely well. He played for his father Scott Feldmen at McCaskey H.S. 2011: Led the Huskies defense in the season opener against Ashland with a game-high 10 tackles including one tackle for a loss of five yards (9/1)...Recorded five tackles in the victory over Clarion (9/10)...Logged four tackles in a victory over Shippensburg (10/15)...Registered five tackles in a comeback victory over West Chester (10/22)...Collected four tackles against C.W. Post (10/28). Feldman's Career Defensive Statistics: GP-GS Solo Ast 2009 9-0 7 7 2010 13-1 13 14 2011 6-4 16 14 TOTALS 28-5 36 35

Tot TFL Sacks Int FF FR 14 0.0 0.0 0 1 0 27 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 30 2.0 0.0 0 0 0 71 2.0 0.0 0 1 0

Post (10/30).

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 tackles in win over C.W.

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JUSTIN

SHIRK

Linebacker So 6-1 Harrisburg • Central Dauphin Undeclared

240

From the Coach: Another returning starter at linebacker from 2011. A tremendous athlete with the ability to make the “Big Play.” Shirk could play any of the three linebacker positions. He won the 2012 NCAA Division II National Championship in the javelin. He played high school football for former Husky Shirk's Career Defensive Statistics: Glenn McNamee at Central Dauphin. GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks Int FF FR 2011 10-5 27 29 56 6.5 2.0 0 0 1 TOTALS 10-5 27 29 56 6.5 2.0 0 0 1

2011: Named as an All-PSAC second team selection for the 2011 season...Recorded 13 tackles, two sacks, and a fumble recovery in the victory over IUP (9/15)...Logged seven tackles in a victory over Millersville (9/24)...Led the Huskies on defense with 10 tackles and broke up a pass in a victory over East Stroudsburg (10/1)...Picked up two tackles and a sack in a victory over Cheyney (10/8)...Recorded five tackles in a win over Shippensburg (10/15)...Registered five tackles and broke up a pass in a comeback win over West Chester (10/22)...Collected eight tackles against Kutztown (11/5)...Posted four tackles to end the regular season with a win over Lock Haven (11/12).

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BRYAN

MCCALL

Linebacker So Lititz • Warwick Business Marketing

6-0

230

From the Coach: Redshirted in 2011 but had a very good spring. He will be counted on to provide depth at the MLB position in 2012. An active player with a nose for the football, McCall should be a productive special teams player as well.

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RUSSELL

Linebacker R-Fr Hamburg • Hamburg Secondary Education

6-2

225

From the Coach: Redshirting in 2011, Russell is a big, strong player who will provide depth at the Buck LB position in 2012. He had an excellent spring and has tremendous potential. 2012 Huskies Football

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DAN

HAVERSTOCK

Defensive Back York • West York Psychology

Sr

6-1

200

From the Coach: Haverstock started all 11 games at the safety position. In his first full season as a starter, he proved to be a very impactful player each game. 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, a volunteer fireman, is involved in the Big Brothers/Big Sisters program and is a featured speaker at freshmen orientation programs.

Haverstock's Career Defensive Statistics: 2009 2010 2011 TOTALS

GP-GS Solo Ast 11-0 4 3 13-0 12 10 11-10 21 25 35-34 37 38

Tot TFL Sacks Int FF FR 7 0.0 0.0 0 1 0 22 0.0 0.0 0 0 3 46 0.5 0.0 3 0 0 75 0.5 0.0 3 1 3

2011: Logged five tackles and broke up two passes in the season opener victory over Ashland (9/1)...Recorded four assisted tackles in the win over Clarion (9/10)...Made eight tackles and broke up a pass in the win over IUP (9/15)... Posted three tackles in a victory over Millersville (9/24)... Recorded two interceptions and had six tackles in a victory over East Stroudsburg (10/1)...Registered four tackles in a comeback victory over West Chester (10/22)...Collected three tackles and broke up a pass against C.W. Post (10/28)... Led the Huskies with eight tackles against Kutztown (11/5).

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 two tackles in win over Shippensburg (10/16)...Recorded three tackles in victory over Kutztown (11/6/10). 2009: Saw action in 11 games...Had solo tackle in games with Mercyhurst, Shippensburg and West Chester...Made career high three tackles against Millersville.

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TERRELL

OGLESBY

Defensive Back Sr 5-8 180 Philadelphia • Northeast Catholic Economics

From the Coach: Oglesby saw the majority of his action in 2011 as a corner in nickel situations. His impressive footwork and quickness make him a natural cover corner. He has improved his overall game each season, and he will be counted on to add leadership and experience to a young group. 2011: Recorded two tackles, broke up a pass and recovered a fumble in the win over Ashland (9/1)...Made three tackles in the Huskies victory over Clarion (9/10)...Had three tackles GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks Int FF FR and broke up a pass in a Huskies victory over East Strouds2009 3-0 1 0 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 burg (10/1)...Had three tackles and an interception in a win 2010 10-0 5 1 6 1.0 0.0 0 0 0 over Cheyney (10/8)...Recorded three tackles and broke up a 2011 11-1 18 8 26 2.0 0.0 2 0 2 pass in a victory over Shippensburg (10/15)...Registered two TOTALS 24-1 24 9 33 3.0 0.0 2 0 2 tackles in a comeback victory over West Chester (10/22)... Collected four tackles, forced a fumble, and broke up a pass against Kutztown (11/5)...Posted three tackles to end the regular season with a win over Lock Haven (11/12).

Oglesby's Career Defensive Statistics:

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).

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JONATHAN

PATRICK

Defensive Back Jr Somerset, NJ • Franklin Business Administration

5-11

185

From the Coach: Patrick saw most of his action in 2011 as an extra defensive back in dime packages. He made one of the most memorable plays of the season when he made a dramatic return of an interception for a touchdown versus West Chester that gave the Huskies the lead for the first time in what turned out to be the greatest comeback in Division II history. He made the switch from corner to safety during the 2011 season. He is a physiPatrick's Career Defensive Statistics: cal player that has made great improvements since moving to safety. GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks Int FF FR 2010 4-0 1 0 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 2011: Collected three tackes in the victory over Ashland 2011 11-1 15 8 23 0.0 0.0 2 0 0 (9/1)...Made three tackles in the Huskies win over Clarion TOTALS 15-1 16 8 24 0.0 0.0 2 0 0 (9/10)...Recorded three tackles in a victory over Millersville (9/24)...Had an interception and three tackles in a victory over Cheyney (10/8)...Recorded three tackles and an interception that was returned 30 yards for a touchdown in a comeback win over West Chester (10/22)...Collected five tackles to end the regular season with a win over Lock Haven (11/12). 2010: Saw action in four games...Made first career tackle against Cheyney.

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SELLUS

ROULHAC

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

185

From the Coach: Roulhac has steadily improved as a defensive player since making the transition from wide receiver to safety. He has the length and athleticism to make a key contribution to the special teams units.

Roulhac's Career Recieving Statistics: GP-GS Rec Yds Avg TD 2010 6-0 1 10 10.0 0 TOTALS 6-0 1 10 10.0 0

LG Avg/G 10 1.7 10 1.7

Roulhac's Career Defensive Statistics: GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks Int FF FR 2011 3-0 0 1 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 TOTALS 3-0 0 1 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 44

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DJ

ROBINSON

Defensive Back So 5-8 Sinking Spring • Conrad Weiser Undeclared

175

From the Coach: Robinson was used primarily as a return specialist and special teams player as a true freshman. He is a very gifted athlete with the speed and explosiveness to make impact plays. Look for him to have an increased role in the secondary this season. His father, Mike, was a member of the 1985 Huskies squad that reached the national semifinals. Robinson's Career Defensive Statistics: 2011: Made two kickoff returns for a total of 39 yards including a 23-yard return in the victory over Ashland (9/1)... Recorded four tackles and an interception in the victory over Clarion (9/10)...Posted two tackles in the Huskies victory over IUP (9/15)...Returned a punt 70 yards for a touchdown and made five tackles in a victory over Millersville Kick Returns Punt Returns (9/24)...Returned a punt for 55 yards and a kickoff GP Ret Yds Avg TD LG Ret Yds Avg TD LG for 54 yards in a victory over Cheyney (10/8)... 2011 11 19 457 24.1 0 54 10 247 24.7 1 78 Recorded three tackles in a victory over ShippensTOTALS 11 19 457 24.1 0 54 10 247 24.7 1 78 burg (10/15)...Registered four tackles in a comeback victory over West Chester (10/22)...Had a 78 yard punt return against C.W. Post (10/28)...Made four tackles and had a 41 yard kickoff return against Kutztown (11/5). GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks Int FF FR 2011 11-0 16 12 28 0.0 0.0 1 0 0 TOTALS 11-0 16 12 28 0.0 0.0 1 0 0

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KNOBLAUCH

Defensive Back So Berlin, NJ • Eastern Criminal Justice

5-10

198

From the Coach: Knoblauch is coming off a knee injury that sidelined for most of the 2011 season. Prior to the injury he was a key special teams player and situation player in the secondary. He is a very physical player and his return will be a key to the depth at the safety position.

Knoblauch's Career Defensive Statistics: GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks Int FF FR 2011 2-0 1 1 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 TOTALS 2-0 1 1 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 0

2011: Recorded two tackles in the Huskie victory over IUP (9/15).

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DONOVAN

MORRIS

Defensive Back R-Fr 5-11 174 Philadelphia • George Washington Social Work

From the Coach: Morris red-shirted in 2011. He is a well-rounded player that has the skill set to play multiple positions in the secondary. He is an aggressive and rangy player and will be a key special teams player and add quality depth to the secondary.

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NICK

GMEREK

Defensive Back So 5-9 Hontzdale • Moshannon Valley Undeclared

170

From the Coach: Gmerek has developed nicely in his time at BU so far. He has a lot of tools that give him an advantage on the field, which will help him build his playing time throughout the season.

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GARRETT

POPE

Defensive Back R-Fr 6-2 Northumberland • Shikellamy Computer Science

215

From the Coach: Pope red-shirted in 2011. He has the size and athletic ability to be a key special teams contributor in 2012. He was a gifted high school quarterback with the athletic ability and physical play to be a good defensive player with added experience.

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GARY

POSTELL

Defensive Back R-Fr 5-8 Philadelphia • Bishop McDevitt Exercise Science

170

From the Coach: Postell red-shirted in 2011. He made a huge splash in preseason camp and in the spring with his ability to make plays on the football. He is an explosive athlete that just needs experience at the position. He will be looked upon to be a key contributor in 2012.

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ERIC

THOMAS

Defensive Back So Reading • Muhlenberg Undeclared

6-0

190

From the Coach: Thomas saw the majority of his action on special teams in 2011. He has great speed and plays very physical football. As he gains experience he will add quality depth to the corner position.

Thomas' Career Defensive Statistics: GP-GS Solo Ast Tot TFL Sacks Int FF FR 2011 7-0 1 0 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 TOTALS 7-0 1 0 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0

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DAMIN

FINLEY

Defensive Back R-Fr 5-11 Cheltenham • Milford Academy Undeclared

190

From the Coach: Finley red-shirted in 2011. He is an explosive athlete that just needs experience at the position. He is a fast and physical player that has a nose for the ball. He will be looked upon to be a key special teams contributor in 2012.

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DAN

FISHER

Kicker/Punter Jr 6-1 Liverpool • Central Dauphin Business Education

195

From the Coach: Fisher is a special talent who has the tools to kick at the next level. His continued improvement in the areas of strength and flexibility could take him to greater accomplishments. 2011: Earned first-team All-American offense honors on the 2011 Don Hansen NCAA Division II All-American team... Earned firstteam All-Region offense honors on the 2011 Don Hansen All-Super Region One team...Coming off of a exceptional 2010 season, Fisher was named a Pre-Season All-American by D2Football.com...Picked up first team 2011 Daktronics, Inc., Division II All-Super Region One honors after earning second team accolades a season ago...Named as an All-PSAC first team selection for the 2011 season... Honored as a Fred Mitchell award winner for his efforts in October...Hit a 26-yard field goal in the first quarter and a 37-yard field goal in the fourth quarter to close out the game in the season opener victory over Ashland (9/1)...Hit a 20-yard field goal in the first quarter in the victory over Clarion (9/10)...Made both a 23-and a 27-yard field goal to tally up six points for the Huskies in the win over IUP (9/15)...Placed both a 20-yard field goal and a 38-yarder between the uprights in a victory over Millersville (9/24)...Connected on four fields to set a new school career record in most field goals made in a victory over East Stroudsburg (10/1)...ConFisher's Career Statistics: nected on a 29-yard field goal in a victory over Cheyney Punting (10/8)...Made a 39-yard field goal in a win over Ship Field Goals PAT's GP Md Att Lng Blk Att Md Pnts No. Avg. Lng pensburg (10/15)...Placed both a 22-and 25-yard field goal through the uprights in a comeback victory over West 2010 13 20 24 43 1 31 32 91 12 33.2 46 Chester (10/22)...Collected one tackle against C.W. Post 2011 11 17 21 43 0 44 46 95 42 37.0 51 (10/28)...Tied his career high with a 43-yard field goal TOTALS 24 37 45 83 1 75 78 186 54 36.2 51 and also connected on a 34-yard field goal to end the regular season with a win over Lock Haven (11/12). 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 Bloomsburg win over C.W. Post (10/30)...Made a 30-yard field goal and a 19-yard field goal to help Bloomsburg to a victory over Kutztown (11/6/10)...Made a 26-yard field goal in the game against Mercyhurst in the PSAC Championship game (11/13).

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BRADEN

DREXLER

Place Kicker So Bethlehem • Nazareth Computer Forensics

5-10

165

From the Coach: Outstanding talent and a terrific team player. He will serve as the holder for Dan Fisher and stay ready as Dan's backup.

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IAN

MURRAY

Long Snapper Jr 6-3 Lock Haven • Central Mountain Middle Level Education

220

From the Coach: Very steady, and a player who provides consistent leadership in our kicking game. 2011: Honored as a 2011-12 Bloomsburg University Scholar-Athlete (3/1)... 2010: Played in all 13 games as the starting long snaper this season for the Huskies...Long snapper for field goal unit that went 20 for 24 on the year, setting school record for field goal’s in a season.

Pronunciation Guide Alex Buchert…..BOO-kurt Lou Buschi...BOO-chi Matt Feiler…FY-Ler Jason Gmerek-Guh-Mer-ek Nick Gmerek-Guh-Mer-ek Dan Haverstock….HAVE-er-stock

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Dylan Manni…MAN-E Matt Marchioni….Mar-chi-OWN-ee Eddie Mateo…MUH-tay-oh Franklyn Quiteh… Kwee-uh-TAY Sellus Roulhac—ROO-lac Matt Wenrich—When-RICK


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2012 OPPONENTS

STONEHILL SKYHAWKS

AUGUST 31 • W.B. MASON STADIUM • EASTON, MA • 6:00 PM

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

Easton, MA 1948 2,300 Purple & White Northeast-10 W.B. Mason Stadium 2,400 Artificial Turf Rev. Mark T. Cregan Brendan Sullivan

Coaching Information Head Coach Alma Mater Record at SC Career Record

Schedule/Results

Robert Talley Boston University (‘91) 5 yrs, 23-28 (.451) 5 yrs, 23-28 (.451)

Assistants Defensive Coordinator Offensive Coordinator Special Teams/Wide Receivers Defensive Line Offensive Line Running Backs Tight Ends Defensive Backs

Series History

Eli Gardner Nick LaFontaine Pat McCann Colin Disch Tyler Moody Massoud Atallah Anthony Fucillo JJ Mayer

First Meeting Series Record Current Win Streak Hale (at BU) vs. Stonehill Tally (at SC) vs. BU Last Meeting

First meeting 0-0 0-0 0-0 -

2012 Schedule Aug 31 BLOOMSBURG Sep 8 So. Connecticut St. Sep 14 at Saint Anselm Sep 21 Assumption Sep 28 at Bentley Oct 5 at American Int'l Oct 13 Merrimack Oct 18 New Haven Nov 3 at Pace

2011 Results (4-7, 3-5 NE-10) Curry W 35-7 at Pace L 23-20 Bently L 31-12 American Int'l L 37-34 at New Haven L 52-23 at Bryant L 42-7 Pace W 49-0 at Merrimack L 43-30 at So. Connecticut St. L 16-6 Saint Anselm W 35-7 at Assumption W 28-23

Sports Information S.I.D.

Doug Monson

Office Phone E-mail Web Site

(508) 565-1352 dmonson@stonehill.edu stonehillskyhawks.com

2011 Statistical Leaders Rushing Jermetrius Troy* Justin Willis* Passing Logan Meyer* Receiving John Gomes* Jermetrius Troy* Zaire Reiph* 52

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Att. 159 100 C-A-I 129-227-12 No. 49 26 24

* returning players

Net TD 734 7 356 2 Yds. TD 1,500 11 Yds. TD 668 5 197 0 341 2

Defense Jareed Gaines* Matthew Iannucci Michael Hogan* Kevin Anderson* Raymond Bass* Tim Bennett* Fabrice Dragon* Edward Gaffney*

Tkl 97 91 61 57 50 46 43 36

TfL 12.0 2.0 4.0 1.0 11.0 3.0 6.0 3.0

Sck Int 3.0 2 0.5 2 1.0 0 0.0 2 3.0 0 0.0 0 1.0 1 1.0 0


2012 OPPONENTS

EDINBORO FIGHTING SCOTS

SEPTEMBER 8 • REDMAN STADIUM • BLOOMSBURG, PA • 1:00 PM

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

Edinboro, PA 1857 8,300 Red & White PSAC Sox Harrison Stadium 6,000 Artificial Turf Dr. Julie E. Wollman Bruce Baumgartner

Coaching Information Head Coach Alma Mater Record at EU Career Record Assistants Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Offensive Coordinator Defensive Line Running Backs Defensive Backs

Schedule/Results

Scott Browning Ohio State (‘81) 6 yrs, 38-19 (.667) 6 yrs, 38-19 (.667) Wayne Bradford Bryan Volk Keith Braxton Jim Henson Kim Niedbala

2012 Schedule Sep 8 at BLOOMSBURG Sep 15 California (PA) Sep 22 at Lock Haven Sep 29 at LIU Post Oct 6 Gannon Oct 13 Indiana (PA) Oct 20 at Slippery Rock Oct 27 Mercyhurst Nov 3 at Clarion Nov 10 Kutztown

Series History First Meeting Series Record Current Win Streak Hale (at BU) vs. Edinboro Browning (at EU) vs. BU Last Meeting

2011Results (7-4, 4-3 PSAC) West Liberty W 30-14 Merrimack W 49-19 Cheyney W 41-13 at Gannon W 27-0 at Indiana (PA) L 19-0 Slippery Rock L 24-23 at Mercyhurst W 30-20 Clarion W 21-10 Lock Haven W 42-7 at California (PA) L 28-34 at East Stroudsburg L 27-26

Sports Information

1981 EU Leads 2-6 EU, 1 2-2 1-1 2007; EU 42, BU 41

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

Bob Shreve 814-732-1834 rshreve@edinboro.edu gofightingscots.com

2011 Statistical Leaders Rushing Brian Davis* Drew Herrell* Passing Cody Harris* Ty Stoldt* Receiving David Bostic Nick Marino

Att. 121 86 C-A-I 171-237-7 12-29-3 No. 54 43

Net 552 499 Yds. 1,961 226 Yds. 811 340

* returning players

TD 8 4 TD 16 2 TD 8 3

Defense Ryan Skelton* Zack Spearing Kenny Pettis* Keir Jeter James Jackson* Veuntrae Robinson* Branden Williams* Chris Williams*

Tkl 94 67 61 54 39 39 36 35

TfL 11.5 2.5 1.5 18.0 2.0 1.5 3.5 3.0

Sck Int 5.5 0 0.0 0 0.0 3 7.5 1 0.0 4 0.0 1 1.0 4 1.5 0

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KUTZTOWN GOLDEN BEARS

SEPTEMBER 15 • REDMAN STADIUM • BLOOMSBURG, PA • 2:30 PM

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

Kutztown, PA 1866 10,700 Maroon and Gold PSAC University Field 5,600 A-Turf Dr. F. Javier Cevallos Greg Bamberger

Schedule/Results

Coaching Information Head Coach Alma Mater Record at KU Career Record

Raymond Monica North Alabama (‘90) 6 yrs, 38-30 (.559) 6 yrs, 38-30 (.559)

Assistants Offensive Coordinator Defensive Coordinator Defensive Line/Kickers Offensive Line Linebackers Wide Receivers Tight Ends

Drew Folmar Dennis Iezzi Tim Tobin Raymond Yannuzzi Richard Burkett Steve Heck Fred Endy

2012 Schedule Aug 30 Saint Anselm Sep 8 California (PA) Sep 15 at BLOOMSBURG Sep 22 West Chester Sep 29 at Slippery Rock Oct 6 at Cheyney Oct 13 Shippensburg Oct 20 at East Stroudsburg Oct 27 Millersville Nov 3 LIU Post Nov 10 at Edinboro

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

2011 Results (11-2, 6-1 PSAC) at Saint Anselm W 56-30 at Mercyhurst W 35-28 Lock Haven W 49-6 Cheyney W 49-0 at Shippensburg L 49-7 East Stroudsburg W 49-32 at Millersville W 49-7 at C.W. Post W 42-30 at West Chester W 24-0 Bloomsburg W 52-14 Slippery Rock W 21-14 Concord W 17-14 at New Haven L 44-37

Sports Information

1927 BU leads 43-21-1 KU, 1 14-1 1-5 2011; KU 52, BU 14

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

Geoff Goyne 610-683-4182 goyne@kutztown.edu kubears.com

2011 Statistical Leaders * returning players

Rushing Att. Net TD Robbie Frey 189 1,185 11 Josh Mastromatto* 111 706 4 Passing C-A-I Yds. TD Kevin Morton* 198-316-11 2,680 32 Receiving No. Yds. TD Erik Frazier 65 886 8 Josh Mastromatto* 60 589 5 Josh Smith 35 582 11 54

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Defense Andrew Hodges* John Kreuer Alex DiNolfi* English Peay* Brett Moss Jason Henshaw Colin Henny Jason Ulmer*

Tkl 119 89 68 66 66 66 60 52

TfL Sck 16.0 3.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 25.0 18.5 6.5 2.0 4.5 1.0 00 0.0

Int 2 1 11 2 0 0 0 4


2012 OPPONENTS

LIU POST PIONEERS

SEPTEMBER 22 • HICKOX FIELD • BROOKVILLE, NY • 1:00 PM

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

Brookville, NY 1954 8,472 Green & Gold PSAC Hickox Field 5,000 Field Turf Dr. David J. Steinberg Bryan Collins

Coaching Information Head Coach Alma Mater Record at CWP Career Record

Schedule/Results

Bryan Collins St. John’s University ('87) 14 yrs, 100-43 (.699) 14 yrs, 100-43 (.699)

Assistants Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Running Backs Defensive Line Defensive Backs Quarterbacks Outside Linebackers Inside Linebackers

Brian Hughes Omar King Jim Gibbons Ernie Blount Jonathan Gill Mark Verdi Randi Moore

2012 Schedule Sep 8 Clarion Sep 15 at Cheyney Sep 22 BLOOMSBURG Sep 29 Edinboro Oct 6 at Shippensburg Oct 13 at West Chester Oct 20 Millersville Oct 27 East Stroudsburg Nov 3 at Kutztown Nov 10 at Gannon

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

2011 Results (7-4, 6-1 PSAC) American Intern. L 13-7 at California (PA) L 41-13 at Mercyhurst L 34-7 Shippensburg W 40-22 West Chester W 34-23 at Millersville W 24-6 at East Stroudsburg W 34-30 Kutztown L 42-30 at Bloomsburg W 24-21 Cheyney W 42-27 Gannon W 33-15

Sports Information

2007 BU leads 4-1 CWP, 1 4-1 1-4 2011; CWP 24, BU 21

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

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

2011 Statistical Leaders Rushing Att. Steven Laurino* 190 Jeff Mack* 169 Passing C-A-I Steven Laurino* 147-260-9 Receiving No. Grayson Laurino* 33 Kyle Hardy* 19 Joe Botti* 14

* returning players

Net TD 764 3 865 8 Yds. TD 1,865 18 Yds. TD 443 3 319 3 307 5

Defense Tkl Billy O'Connor 82 Ronnie Modik 81 Antonio Powell-Field* 75 Lou Scala 70 Evan Flowers* 57 TuQwan Ashley 44 Chris DiIorio* 38 Casey Biasi* 37

TfL 7.5 11.0 6.5 14.0 1.5 8.0 5.5 1.0

Sck Int 1.5 2 4.0 3 0.0 1 5.0 1 0.0 1 2.5 0 2.0 1 0.0 2

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GANNON GOLDEN KNIGHTS

SEPTEMBER 29 • REDMAN STADIUM • BLOOMSBURG, PA • 1:00 PM

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

Erie, PA 1925 4,076 Maroon, White & Gold PSAC Gannon University Field 2,500 Field Turf Dr. Keith Taylor Mark Richard

Coaching Information

Schedule/Results

Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator Alma Mater Record at Gannon Career Record

Brad Rzyczycki Mercyhurst (‘95) First year, 0-0 (.000) First year, 0-0 (.000)

Assistants Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Defensive Line Offensive Line Running Backs Wide Receivers Tight Ends Linebackers

Josh Hoeg Randy Zimmerman Shaun Curtiss A.J. Belch Jerry Smith Michael Schnell Arik Wolf

2012 Schedule Aug 30 Lake Erie Sep 8 at West Chester Sep 15 at Slippery Rock Sep 22 Clarion Sep 29 at BLOOMSBURG Oct 6 at Edinboro Oct 13 Mercyhurst Oct 20 California (PA) Oct 27 at Lock Haven Nov 3 Indiana (PA) Nov 10 LIU Post

Series History First Meeting Series Record Current Win Streak Hale (at BU) vs. Gannon Rzyczycki (at GU) vs. BU Last Meeting

2011 Results (4-7, 3-4 PSAC) at Lake Erie L 13-10 Shippensburg L 41-13 Millersville W 47-0 Edinboro L 27-0 at Mercyhurst W 30-27 at California (PA) L 33-6 Lock Haven W 37-13 at Indiana (PA) L 35-7 at Clarion L 28-21 Slippery Rock W 33-27 C.W. Post L 33-15

Sports Information

2008 Tied 1-1 GU, 1 1-1 0-0 2009; GUP 10, BU 7

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

Dan Teliski 814-871-7418 teliski002@gannon.edu gannonsports.com

2011 Statistical Leaders Rushing Att. Net Jansen Jones 101 481 Alex Papson* 150 369 Passing C-A-I Yds. Daniel Tapscott* 137-282-15 1,613 Receiving No. Yds. LawrenceColeman 40 658 Jonathon Jones* 28 285 Jerry Smith 22 257 56

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* returning players

TD 4 3 TD 13 TD 9 0 2

Defense Randy Colling Khayree Connors* Jon Petrigac* Kevin Borton Chris Cook Errick Clark Jr Ta'Von Bailey* Mike Phillips*

Tkl 88 82 67 66 59 48 47 43

TfL 21.5 6.0 5.5 9.0 0.0 3.0 4.5 1.0

Sck Int 9.0 0 0.0 3 1.0 3 5.5 1 0.0 2 2.0 2 0.0 2 0.0 2


2012 OPPONENTS

MILLERSVILLE MARAUDERS

OCTOBER 6 • BIEMESDERFER STADIUM • MILLERSVILLE, PA • 12:30 PM

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

Millersville, PA 1855 8,319 Black and Gold PSAC Chryst Field at Biemesderfer Stadium 6,500 Field Turf Dr. Francine McNairy Peg Kauffman

Coaching Information Head Coach Alma Mater Record at MU Career Record

Schedule/Results

Greg Colby Illinois ('75) 4 yrs, 5-17(.227) 4 yrs, 8-32 (.200)

Assistants Offensive Coordinator Defensive Coordinator Offensive Line Defensive Line Defensive Backs Wide Receivers

Brad Mangle Ron Rankin Jim Shiffer Roland Weeden Aubrey Kelly Dave Keeny

2012 Schedule Sep 1 West Virginia Wesleyan Sep 8 Mercyhurst Sep 15 at West Chester Sep 22 at Shippensburg Sep 29 Indiana (PA) Oct 6 BLOOMSBURG Oct 13 Cheyney Oct 20 at LIU Post Oct 27 at Kutztown Nov 3 East Stroudsburg Nov 10 at California (PA)

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

2011 Results (3-8, 2-5 PSAC) 55-3 at Lock Haven W 21-20 at Gannon L 47-0 at BLOOMSBURG L 46-7 at Cheyney W 10-7 C.W. Post L 24-6 Kutztown L 49-7 at East Stroudsburg W 31-27 Shippensburg L 40-0 West Chester L 49-13 Clarion L 34-20 at W. Virginia Wesl. L

Sports Information

1916 BU leads 39-30-5 BU, 12 14-4-1 0-4 2011; BU 46, MU 7

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

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

2011 Statistical Leaders Rushing Marquis White Mike Jones Passing Dan Miller Receiving Dominic Sanders Brent Collins David Barnes

Att. 100 64 C-A-I 96-188-10 No. 41 25 12

* returning players

Net TD 464 6 246 0 Yds. TD 830 5 Yds. TD 424 3 192 1 129 0

Defense Pat Maloney Gary Tillman Ryan Christian Brian Knell Doug Henninger Gilbert Ramos Jordan Rigby Pat Cantrell

Tkl 78 62 51 46 42 40 38 36

TfL 9.0 2.0 7.0 1.0 7.0 1.5 4.5 5.0

Sck Int 4.0 0 1.0 0 1.0 0 0.0 3 1.5 0 0.0 0 1.0 0 1.5 0

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EAST STROUDSBURG WARRIORS

OCTOBER 13 • REDMAN STADIUM • BLOOMSBURG, PA • 3:30 PM

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

East Stroudsburg, PA 1893 7,200 Red and Black PSAC Eiler-Martin Stadium 6,000 Field Turf Dr. Marcia G. Welsh Dr. Thomas Gioglio

Coaching Information Head Coach Alma Mater Record at ESU Career Record

Schedule/Results

Denny Douds Slippery Rock (‘63) 38 yrs, 232-162-3 (.588) 38 yrs, 232-162-3 (.588)

Assistants Offensive Coordinator Offensive Line Defensive Backs Wide Receivers Outside Linebackers Defensive Line

Mike Terwilliger Mike Santella Holman Copeland Frank Lupin Joey Smith Bob Forgrave

2012 Schedule Sep 8 Lock Haven Sep 15 Shippensburg Sep 22 Cheyney Sep 29 at Clarion Oct 6 West Chester Oct 13 at BLOOMSBURG Oct 20 Kutztown Oct 27 at LIU Post Nov 3 at Millersville Nov 10 at Mercyhurst

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

2011 Results (3-8, 2-5 PSAC) Pace W 56-14 at Indiana (PA) L 28-13 California (PA) L 22-19 at West Chester L 37-26 BLOOMSBURG L 32-20 at Kutztown L 49-32 C.W. Post L 34-30 Millersville L 31-27 at Cheyney W 10-6 at Shippensburg L 44-14 Edinboro W 27-26

Sports Information

1913 ESU leads 43-37-2 BU, 7 16-3 16-22 2011; BU 32, ESU 20

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

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

2011 Statistical Leaders Rushing Att. Net Kendrick Williams* 139 541 Eric Deery* 76 413 Passing C-A-I Yds. Ray Wagner 211-396-24 3,226 Receiving No. Yds. Dusty Reed* 62 929 Jordan Hallman* 35 854 Robert Bleiler* 33 659 58

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* returning players

TD 4 3 TD 20 TD 7 6 4

Defense Mike Bergey Taylor Cave Bryan Billger C. Culbreath* Derek Brown* Thomas Chesko* Cody Berry Anthony Singlar*

Tkl TfL 110 10.0 92 2.5 83 12.0 73 0.5 73 2.5 64 3.0 54 9.5 51 0.0

Sck Int 1.5 0 1.0 1 5.0 1 0.0 2 1.0 0 1.0 2 3.0 0 0.0 0


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CHEYNEY WOLVES

OCTOBER 13 • O’SHIELDS-STEVENSON STADIUM • CHEYNEY, PA • 1:00 PM

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

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

Coaching Information Head Coach Alma Mater Record at CU Career Record

Schedule/Results

Ken Lockard Bucknell University ('03) First year, 1-10 (.090) First year, 1-10 (.090)

Assistants Offensive Coordinator Special Teams Defensive Backs Game Day Coordinator Assistant Coach

Anthony Johnson Chris Rouhlac John Stuart Mark Toney Norman King

2012 Schedule Sep 8 Indiana (PA) Sep 15 LIU Post Sep 22 at East Stroudsburg Sep 29 Mercyhurst Oct 6 Kutztown Oct 13 at Millersville Oct 20 BLOOMSBURG Oct 27 at West Chester Nov 3 at Shippensburg Nov 10 at Lock Haven

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

2011 Results (1-10, 0-7 PSAC) Lincoln W 21-19 at Slippery Rock L 54-0 at Edinboro L 41-13 at Kutztown L 49-0 Millersville L 10-7 at BLOOMSBURG L 45-10 West Chester L 23-7 Shippensburg L 59-20 East Stroudsburg L 10-6 at C.W. Post L 42-27 California (PA) L 43-3

Sports Information

1960 41-9-1 BU BU, 22 19-0 0-1 2011; BU 45, CU 10

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

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

2011 Statistical Leaders Rushing Marcus Jones Cardoza Jacks Justin Watkins Passing Chris Anderson Receiving Prince Stewart Dominic Crowell

Att. 113 63 43 C-A-I 205-99-12 No. 29 29

* returning players

Net TD 605 3 231 1 204 2 Yds. TD 1,001 6 Yds. TD 375 4 337 0

Defense Isaiah Fleming Cory Brown Tim Hume Javier Garcia Adrese Hicks Shannon Burch Brandon Collins Stan Banks

Tkl TfL 92 5.5 73 6.0 62 21.5 55 6.0 47 2.0 37 3.0 35 0.0 34 0.0

Sck Int 0.0 0 0.0 0 6.5 0 1.0 0 0.0 3 0.0 2 0.0 0 0.0 3

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SHIPPENSBURG RED RAIDERS

OCTOBER 27 • SETH GROVE STADIUM • SHIPPENSBURG, PA • 1:00 PM

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

Shippensburg, PA 1871 8,300 Red and Blue PSAC Seth Grove Stadium 7,700 Field Turf Tarkett Dr. William N. Ruud Jeff Michaels

Coaching Information Head Coach Alma Mater Record at Ship Career Record

Schedule/Results

Mark Maciejewski Shippensburg ('92) Second year, 7-4 (.636) Second year, 7-4 (.636)

Assistants Defensive Coordinator Offensive Coordinator Offensive Line/Kickers Defensive Line Running Backs Defensive Backs Wide Receivers

Mike Burket Mike Yurcich Pete Lee Mick Chronister J.C. Morgan Tony Johnson Chance Powell

2012 Schedule Sep 1 Shepherd Sep 8 Slippery Rock Sep 15 at East Stroudsburg Sep 22 Millersville Sep 29 at Lock Haven Oct 6 LIU Post Oct 13 at Kutztown Oct 20 at West Chester Oct 27 BLOOMSBURG Nov 3 Cheyney Nov 10 Indiana (PA)

Series History First Meeting Series Record Current Win Streak Hale (at BU) vs. Shippensburg Maciejewski (at SU) vs. BU Last Meeting

2011 Results (7-4, 4-3 PSAC) at Shepherd L 53-27 atGannon W 41-13 Clarion W 54-24 atC.W. Post L 40-22 Kutztown W 49-7 West Chester L 52-17 at BLOOMSBURG L 38-18 at Cheyney W 59-20 at Millersville W 40-0 East Stroudsburg W 44-14 Mercyhurst W 40-16

Sports Information

1917 Ship leads 42-33 BU, 2 10-8 0-1 2011; BU 38, Ship 18

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

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

2011 Statistical Leaders Rushing Mike Frenette* Roshaan McCain Passing Zach Zulli* Receiving Trevor Harman* Mike Frenette* Taimur Harris* 60

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Att. Net 172 913 60 367 C-A-I Yds. 226-385-11 2,741 No. Yds. 43 681 40 404 39 312

* returning players

TD 9 2 TD 34 TD 9 3 4

Defense Cody Fleming* Tyriq Kershaw* James Brennan* Brian Sourber* Jake Metz* Vinnie Ranauto Corey Hunt* Mark Kahlil Smith*

Tkl TfL 83 19.5 70 4.0 55 5.0 48 13.5 44 10.5 42 3.5 42 2.0 32 9.0

Sck Int 7.0 1 0.0 3 1.0 1 4.5 2 7.5 1 1.5 1 0.0 4 4.5 0


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WEST CHESTER GOLDEN RAMS

NOVEMBER 3 • REDMAN STADIUM • BLOOMSBURG, PA • 1:00 PM

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

West Chester, PA 1871 14,300 Purple and Gold PSAC John A. Farrell Stadium 7,500 Field Turf Dr. Greg Weisenstein Dr. Edward M. Matejkovic

Coaching Information Head Coach Alma Mater Record at WCU Career Record

Schedule/Results

Bill Zwaan Delaware ('79) 9 yrs, 70-39 (.642) 15 yrs, 124-53 (.701)

Assistants Assistant Head Coach Defensive Coordinator Offensive Line Defensive Line Linebackers Wide Receivers/Quarterbacks

Gerald Toney Mike Furlong Nick Sama Brian Kelley Jim Brazill Sr. Bill Zwaan Jr.

2012 Schedule Aug 30 at Delaware Sep 8 Gannon Sep 15 Millersville Sep 22 at Kutztown Sep 29 at California (PA) Oct 6 at East Stroudsburg Oct 13 LIU Post Oct 20 Shippensburg Oct 27 Cheyney Nov 3 at BLOOMSBURG Nov 10 at Clarion

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

2011 Results (5-6, 4-3 PSAC) at New Haven (OT) L 35-32 at Delaware L 28-17 Slippery Rock W 20-13 East Stroudsburg W 37-26 at C.W. Post L 34-23 at Shippensburg W 52-17 at Cheyney W 23-7 BLOOMSBURG L 55-42 Kutztown L 24-0 at Millersville W 49-13 Indiana (PA) L 34-7

Sports Information

1925 WCU leads 46-23 BU, 2 12-7 5-4 2011; BU 55, WCU 42

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

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

2011 Statistical Leaders * returning players

Rushing Att. Net TD Rondell White* 141 701 9 Matt Carroll* 97 345 1 Passing C-A-I Yds. TD Sean McCartney* 104-192-10 1,471 8 Matt Carroll* 71-126-2 1,113 11 Receiving No. Yds. TD Tim Keyser* 38 470 5 LaRonn Lee* 31 569 6

Defense Tkl TfL Sck Int Ronell Williams* 79 5.0 2.5 0 Anthony McCloskey* 71 3.5 1.0 0 Eric Edwers* 63 4.0 2.5 0 Carl Barnes* 63 5.0 0.0 1 Mike Labor* 60 5.5 1.0 2 Shawn Krautzel* 56 2.0 0.0 1 Matt Colyar 49 2.5 0.5 1 Kyle O'Neill 47 4.5 1.0 0 2012 Huskies Football

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THE ROCK OF SLIPPERY ROCK

NOVEMBER 10 • REDMAN STADIUM •BLOOMSBURG, PA • 1:00 PM

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

Slippery Rock, PA 1889 8,712 Green & White PSAC Mihalik-Thompson Stadium 10,000 Field Turf Dr. Robert Smith Paul Lueken

Coaching Information Head Coach Alma Mater Record at SRU Career Record

Schedule/Results

George Mihalik Slippery Rock (‘74) 24 yrs, 161-98-4 (.620) 24 yrs, 161-98-4 (.620)

Assistants Defensive Coordinator Offensive Coordinator Defensive Backs Linebackers Offensive Line

Shawn Lutz Phil Longo Jason Makrinos Raleigh Jackson Chris Conrad

2012 Schedule Aug 30 Seton Hill Sep 8 at Shippensburg Sep 15 Gannon Sep 22 at Mercyhurst Sep 29 Kutztown Oct 6 at Indiana (PA) Oct 13 at Clarion Oct 20 Edinboro Oct 27 at California (PA) Nov 3 Lock Haven Nov 10 BLOOMSBURG

Series History First Meeting Series Record Current Win Streak Hale vs. Slippery Rock Mihalik (SRU) vs. BU Last Meeting

2011 Results (8-3, 6-1 PSAC) at Seton Hill W 48-6 Cheyney W 35-21 at West Chester L 38-13 Indiana (PA) W 41-0 Clarion W 58-0 at Edinboro W 49-6 California (PA) W 42-7 at Lock Haven W 56-14 Mercyhurst W 30-22 at Gannon L 63-31 at Kutztown L 41-17

Sports Information

1934 BU leads 9-3 BU, 8 6-0 0-6 2005; BU 40, SRU 24

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

Bob McComas 724-738-2777 robert.mccomas@sru.edu rockathletics.com

2011 Statistical Leaders Rushing Att. Net Akeem Satterfield* 123 609 Jimmy Zubik* 109 456 Passing C-A-I Yds. Cody Endres 220-374-18 2,551 Receiving No. Yds. Devin Goda 75 1,028 John Schademan* 30 351 Kevin Sanders 30 301 62

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* returning players

TD 7 2 TD 21 TD 11 0 0

Defense Tkl TfL Sck Int Zach Sheridan 85 8.0 3.5 0 Jake Wickline 85 12.0 1.0 4 Jeff Thompson* 60 15.0 4.0 0 Jayson Nickson 54 0.0 0.0 3 Quindell Dean* 45 5.0 2.5 0 Jack Charles* 44 6.5 3.0 0 Brandon Watters 44 0.0 0.0 8 Anthony Saunders* 42 1.0 0.0 2


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2011 GAME RECAPS

GAME 1 Bloomsburg 27, Ashland 20 September 1, 2011

BLOOMSBURG-Franklyn Quiteh rushed for 144 yards and scored one touchdown to lead the Bloomsburg University Huskies to a 2720 win over Ashland (OH) University in the season opener for both teams. The Huskies started quickly, driving 89 yards on 12 plays for a touchdown score. Quiteh led the way for the Huskies on the drive as he rushed for 31 yards and set up a 14 yard touchdown pass from Pat Carey to Kyle Fisher. Ashland took over at their own 26 before the Huskies forced a punt. Carey started the drive with a 40-yard pass to Quiteh. Bloomsburg’s Dan Fisher connected on a 27-yarder to give the Huskies a 10-0 advantage. At the 7:43 mark in the third the Huskies took the ball over at their own 38. Ashland’s defense forced a punt after BU’s first three plays. However, Ashland fumbled the punt and Terrell Oglesby recovered it for a touchdown to give BU a 17-0 lead. On Ashland’s next possession, senior captain Oscar Rivera had his first pick of the season. But after a penalty, Bloomsburg was forced to punt. The Eagles then put together a 91 yard drive resulting in a touchdown at the 12:59 mark in the fourth to make it 17-7. Ashland again put pressure on the Bloomsburg offense, resulting in a three-and-out. With Ashland taking over at their own 28, they put together a scoring drive as Berkshire connected on a 22 yard field goal. On their next drive Jordan McCune scored a rushing touchdown to tie the score at 17. Fisher took the ensuing kickoff back 78 yards to the Ashland 20, and Quiteh punched it in for a touchdown to put the Huskies up 24-17. On the following kickoff Dan Fisher sent it sky high to the Ashland 25. The high kick left the Eagles in confusion as no one grabbed the bouncing ball once it hit resulting in a Bloomsburg recovery. Fisher split the uprights at the 3:30 mark to give the Huskies a 10 point lead. Ashalnd would get the ball back with 3:26 remaining and hit a field goal to make it 27-20. After an offside penalty call against the Eagles during the ensuing kick-off, Ashland attempted an onside kick. Bloomsburg made the recovery with 1:32 remaining. After two rushes from Quiteh and a kneel down by Carey, the Huskies claimed their first win of the season, 27-20.

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SCORING SUMMARY Ashland Bloomsburg

0 0 10 0

0 20 - 20 7 10 - 27

1st BU- Fisher 14 pass from Carey (Fisher kick) BU- Fisher 26 field goal 3rd BU- Oglesby 0 fumble recovery (Fisher kick) 4th AU- McCune 1run (Berkshire kick) AU- Berkshire 22 field goal

AU - McCune 9 run (Berkshire kick) BU - Quiteh 1 run (Fisher kick) BU - Fisher 37 field goal AU - Berkshire 39 field goal

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

BLOOM 13 207 98 305 3-2 1 2-24 7-255 5-261 29:57 1 of 13 2 of 2 4-4 3-20 2-2

AU 19 239 106 345 1-1 1 7-55 7-245 4-271 30:03 7 of 17 0 of 1 4-4 1-6 2-2


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GAME 2 Bloomsburg 45, Clarion 10 September 10, 2011 CLARION--Tailback Eddie Mateo rushed for a career-high 179 yards and tied a school record with five touchdowns, leading the Bloomsburg University Huskies to a 45-10 win over Clarion University. The Huskies improved to 2-0 on the year, while Clarion fell to 0-2 with the loss. Mateo filled in nicely for Franklyn Quiteh who did not play after the second quarter due to an injury. Before Quiteh departed he carried 17 times for 114 yards. Clarion led 3-0 in the game after getting a field goal on the opening drive. After a long kickoff return to start the game, Clarion moved to the BU five yard line before the drive stalled. From there Tyler Ruark connected on a 23-yard field goal. The Huskies responded with a 64-yard drive that included runs of 26 and 10 yards by Quiteh. Bloomsburg’s Dan Fisher hit a 20yard field goal to tie the score. Bloomsburg added to its total in the second quarter. After the Huskies defense stopped Clarion on a fourth and short play, Bloomsburg marched 76-yards on five plays capped by an eightyard run by Mateo to go up 10-3. The Huskies added another score late in the half when Mateo scored on a one-yard run capping an 80-yard drive making it 17-3 at the break. Bloomsburg started to put the game away on the opening drive of the second half. Starting at their own 40-yard line, the Huskies needed just three plays, capped by Mateo’s 14-yard run, to go up 24-3. Midway through the third quarter, following an interception by Jarrett Pidgeon, the Huskies made it 31-3 when Mateo ran for a 22-yard touchdown. Just before the end of the third, Mateo scored his fifth touchdown on a 38-yard run making it a 38-3 game. In the fourth quarter the Huskies got their final score of the day when Nicholas DeLuca recovered a fumble in the end zone with 7:41 to play in the game. Clarion got the final score of the day when quarterback Ben Fiscus threw a 39-yard touchdown pass making the final 45-10.

Clarion Bloomsburg

SCORING SUMMARY 3 0 0 7 - 10 3 14 21 7 - 45

1st CU - Ruark 23 field goal BU - Fisher 20 field goal 2nd BU - Mateo 8 run (Fisher kick) BU - Mateo 1 run (Fisher kick) 3rd BU - Mateo 14 run (Fisher kick) BU - Mateo 22 run (Fisher kick) BU - Mateo 38 run (Fisher kick)

4th BU - DeLuca 0 fumble recovery (Fisher kick) CU - Reid 39 pass from Fiscus (Ruark kick)

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

BLOOM 30 442 94 536 3-0 3 8-70 3-116 7-411 33:16 5 of 11 0 of 0 5-6 2-20 1-2

CU 18 156 171 357 0-0 1 7-60 3-112 3-173 26:44 7 of 16 2 of 3 1-2 1-5 1-2

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GAME 3 Bloomsburg 20, IUP 16 September 15, 2011 BLOOMSBURG--Bloomsburg wide receiver Kyle Fisher caught five passes for 171 yards and a touchdown to help the Huskies to a 20-16 win over the Crimson Hawks of Indiana University of Pennsylvania. IUP received the opening kick-off and opened the game with a 71 yard drive. Indiana’s Brett Ullman capped the drive with a 26 yarder for a 3-0 lead. After a pair of run attempts resulting in two positive yards, Bloomsburg faced a third and long situation and Pat Carey delivered a 51 yard pass to Fisher for a first down. After three rushing attempts the Huskies were looking at fourth down. Dan Fisher came in to hit his first field goal of the night from 23 yards out. Indiana responded to the Bloomsburg score as Jerrell McFadden took the kick-off 90 yards to give IUP a 10-3 lead. Later in the quarter, Carey delivered a 42 yard touchdown pass to Ryan Dickerson to tie the game at 10. The Huskies put together a scoring drive on their second possession of the second half as Dan Fisher connected on a 27 yard field goal. On Indiana’s next possession, Bloomsburg put the pressure on as Justin Shirk recorded a sack and John Pettine broke up a pass attempt forcing a punt. The Huskies again went to the air on their next possession. The drive would conclude as Carey hit Fisher for a touchdown from seven yards out for a 20-10 lead. Indiana then put together an 85 yard drive ending with a one yard touchdown run on fourth down. After a missed PAT, the Huskies led 20-16. From there neither team was able to put together much offense. Indiana had their last chance for the win with 2:40 to go in the fourth quarter at their own 41. They would only get as far as the BU 47 before turning the ball over on downs. Fisher ended the game with a career high 171 yards on five catches. Carey went 9-18 for 235 yards and two touchdowns. The BU running came to a halt with just 76 yards on the ground. Defensively the Huskies were led by the trio of Jarrett Pidgeon, Justin Shirk, and Sean Clift. Pidgeon racked up 15 tackles, forced a fumble, and made an interception. Shirk totaled 13 tackles as well as 1.5 sacks and a fumble recovery. Clift had 11 tackles. 66

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SCORING SUMMARY IUP Bloomsburg

10 0 3 7

0 6 - 16 10 0 - 20

1st IUP - Ullman 26 field goal BU - D. Fisher 23 field goal IUP - McFadden 90 kickoff return (Ullman kick) 2nd BU - Dickerson 42 pass from Carey (D. Fisher kick)

3rd BU - D. Fisher 27 field goal BU - K. Fisher 7 pass from Carey (D. Fisher kick) 4th IUP - Johnson 1 run

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

BLOOM 10 76 235 311 0-0 1 3-34 6-220 5-295 27:17 4 of 13 0 of 0 3-3 4-25 2-2

IUP 20 144 169 313 3-1 1 7-68 5-194 4-233 33:43 4 of 16 2 of 5 2-3 2-11 1-2


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GAME 4 Bloomsburg 46, Millersville 7 September 24, 2011 BLOOMSBURG--Bloomsburg University running back Eddie Mateo rushed for 201 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Huskies past Millersville University, 46-7. Pat Carey connected with Kyle Fisher for a 47 yard gain, setting up a Dan Fisher field goal from 20 yards out. Mateo rushed for 32 yards on Bloomsburg’s next drive which concluded with a 38-yard D. Fisher field goal. On Millersville’s next possession they drove 68 yards for a touchdown to take a 7-6 lead. BU responded with a 74 yard drive capped by a 19 yard Mateo touchdown to go up 13-7. After a three-and-out by Millersville, the Huskies took the ball over with 1:04 to play in the half. An 11 yard completion to Dylan Manni and a seven yard rush by Ryan Maggs set up a Huskies first down with 21 seconds left. Carey lofted a pass to the right side where Tyler Guise grabbed the tipped pass for a touchdown. A bad snap and a fumbled hold would result in a failed PAT, giving the Huskies a 19-7 edge entering halftime. After a punt by each team, the Huskies put together another scoring drive, capped by an Eddie Mateo one yard touchdown. With 12:18 remaining in the game Mateo scored his third touchdown of the afternoon. D. Fisher’s PAT attempt was blocked, bringing the score to 32-7 Huskies. Bloomsburg started their next series on their own 20 and Kareem Steplight got the ball three straight times running for 56 yards. On a fourth and eight, the Huskies decided to go for it. Senior quarterback Mike Wagner dropped back looking to go deep but his pass fell incomplete. However, a pass interference penalty was called giving BU a first down. Bloomsburg capitalized as Steplight ran the ball into the end zone from eight yards out. Millersville went three-and-out on their next series and punted the ball away from their own 35. BU’s DJ Robinson scooped up the punt and carved up the Marauder coverage team for a 70 yard score to go up 46-7. Neither team would score again as the game came to a close with Bloomsburg improving to 4-0 (1-0 PSAC). Mateo ended the day with a career high 201 yards and three touchdowns. Carey finished 11-of-16 for 176 yards and a touchdown. Defensively Justin Shirk, Dave Onorato, and Sean Clift each made seven tackles.

Bloomsburg Millersville

SCORING SUMMARY 3 16 7 20 - 46 0 7 0 0 - 7

1st BU - Fisher 20 field goal 2nd BU - Fisher 38 field goal MU - Miller 1 run (Kassab kick) BU - Mateo 19 run (Fisher kick) BU - Guise 23 pass from Carey (Fisher rush fumbled) 3rd BU - Mateo 1 run (Fisher kick)

4th BU - Mateo 1 run (Fisher kick blocked) BU - Steplight 8 run (Fisher kick) BU - Robinson 70 punt return (Fisher kick)

GAME STATISTICS MU FIRST DOWNS 15 RUSHING YARDS 117 PASSING YARDS 82 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 199 FUMBLES Number-Lost 0-0 INTERCEPTIONS 0 PENALTIES Number-Yards 7-67 PUNTS-YARDS 8-283 KICKOFFS-YARDS 2-129 TIME OF POSSESSION 33:36 THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 5 of 14 FOURTH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 0 of 1 RED-ZONE Scores-Chances 1-1 SACKS BY Number-Yards 1-11 FIELD GOALS 0-0

BLOOM 25 322 176 498 0-0 0 6-49 2-73 9-512 26:24 4 of 9 0 of 0 5-5 3-13 2-2

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GAME 5 Bloomsburg 32, East Stroudsburg 20 October 1, 2011 EAST STROUDSBURG--Dan Fisher broke the school record for career field goals made as he led the Bloomsburg University Huskies to a 32-20 win over the East Stroudsburg Warriors. The Huskies secondary was tested early as the Warriors went to the air to start the game. ESU quarterback Ray Wagner threw the ball five straight times on their opening drive for 77 yards and touchdown. On their second drive, they marched 90 yards. BU’s defense held tough in the red zone, limiting ESU to a field goal. Bloomsburg’s offense would pick up a first down on their first play after the kickoff as Pat Carey hit Ryan Dickerson for a big gain. BU’s offense would stall as the Warriors forced the Huskies to punt three plays later. On the punt, Bloomsburg caught a break as Stroudsburg fumbled and BU’s Dylan Spangler recovered. Carey connected with Ryan Maggs for a touchdown to cut the ESU lead to three. ESU went 96 yards on their next possession for a TD and a 17-7 lead. Dan Fisher connected on two field goals to end the half, one from 26 and the other from 22 yards out to cut the lead to 17-13. The Huskies opened with the ball in the second half and managed another field goal. Fisher’s 20 yarder gave him 30 for his career and put him in sole possession of first place on Bloomsburg’s all-time list for career field goals made. On ESU’s ensuing possession they drove 60 yards but were held to a field goal putting them up 20-16. Later in the quarter Fisher connected on his fourth field goal of the game from 33 yards out to bring the Huskies to within one, 20-19. On their next drive, the Huskies took it 96 yards and Franklyn Quiteh punched it in from the one to give Bloomsburg its first lead of the game, 25-20. The Warriors were looking to drive on their next possession before BU’s Dan Haverstock intercepted a pass with 7:52 remaining. After the pick, Quiteh added another touchdown. ESU started their next drive with 4:28 to play but it would be cut short as Haverstock came up with his second interception of the day, sealing a 32-20 Huskies’ win. Eddie Mateo and Quiteh rushed for 157 and 124 yards, respectively while wideout Ryan Dickerson finished with eight catches for 104 yards. 68

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SCORING SUMMARY ESU Bloomsburg

10 7 7 6

3 0 - 20 6 13 - 32

1st ESU - Hallman 34 pass from Wagner (Groff kick) ESU - Groff 21 field goal BU - Maggs 1 pass from Carey (Fisher kick) 2nd ESU - Reed 19 pass from Wagner (Groff kick) BU - Fisher 26 field goal

BU - Fisher 22 field goal 3rd BU - Fisher 20 field goal ESU - Groff 22 field goal BU - Fisher 33 field goal 4th BU - Quiteh 1 run (Mateo rush failed) BU - Quiteh 4 run (Fisher kick)

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

BLOOM 27 288 198 486 3-1 2-59 6-55 4-160 8-431 37:02 5 of 14 1 of 1 7-8 1-1 4-4

ESU 22 51 397 443 1-1 0 9-73 4-136 5-275 22:58 6 of 13 0 of 0 3-4 1-7 2-3


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GAME 6 Bloomsburg 45, Cheyney 10 October 8, 2011 BLOOMSBURG --Bloomsburg University running back Franklyn Quiteh scored four touchdowns as he led the Huskies to a 45-10 win over Cheyney. With the win, head coach Danny Hale earned his 200th victory. Danny Hale on win 200: “It feels really good, especially when I saw it was on homecoming and to be able to share it with all these past players. This team is special and the character of this team is real special.” Cheyney started the game with the ball but wouldn’t keep it for long as Terrell Oglesby picked off Cheyney’s Chris Anderson on the fifth play of the game. From there Quiteh got the ball on two straight handoffs and would eventually score from four yards out to give Bloomsburg a 7-0 lead. The Wolves went three-and-out on their next possession. Bloomsburg orchestrated a 68 yard drive capped by a Quiteh touchdown. Dan Fisher made the point after to put BU ahead 14-0. Quiteh’s run gave him enough yards to move into eighth on Bloomsburg’s all-time rushing list. On third and two, CU’s Nahum Purdie broke a 32-yard run but BU’s Justin Rivera stripped the ball and Oglesby recovered. Fisher would hit a 29 yard field goal to go up 17-0. On Bloomsburg’s next drive Eddie Mateo scored from 53 yards with 11:35 left in the half. Cheyney’s Tyler Wilkinson hit a 34 yard field go to cut the Huskies lead to 21 points. Bloomsburg responded with a 60 yard drive and a Pat Carey 26-yard touchdown pass to Quiteh to put Bloomsburg up 31-3 entering halftime. Bloomsburg started the next half with Quiteh’s fourth touchdown to go up 38-3. Cheyney would get their first touchdown of the afternoon as they marched 80 yards on eight plays. Bloomsburg responded immediately as DJ Robinson ran the kickoff back 54 yards to the Cheyney 22 yard line. Kareem Steplight rushed the ball in from 11 yards out to put Bloomsburg up 45-10. Carey finished the day completing 10 of 12 passes for 145 yards and one touchdown. Ryan Dickerson made three catches for 30 yards. On the ground Eddie Mateo got the ball 13 times for 101 yards and one touchdown. Quiteh rushed for 61 yards on 10 carries and scored three times while Steplight added 43 yards and a touchdown.

SCORING SUMMARY Cheyney Bloomsburg

0 3 0 7 - 10 17 14 7 7 - 45

1st BU - Quiteh 4 run (Fisher kick) BU - Quiteh 15 run (Fisher kick) BU - Fisher 29 field goal 2nd BU - Mateo 53 run (Fisher kick) CH - Wilkinson 34 field goal BU - Quiteh 26 pass from Carey (Fisher kick)

3rd BU - Quiteh 3 run (Fisher kick) 4th CH - Watkins 4 run (Jones kick) BU - Steplight 11 run (Fisher kick)

GAME STATISTICS CU FIRST DOWNS 15 RUSHING YARDS 200 PASSING YARDS 97 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 297 FUMBLES Number-Lost 3-1 INTERCEPTIONS 1-20 PENALTIES Number-Yards 8-62 PUNTS-YARDS 5-179 KICKOFFS-YARDS 3-153 TIME OF POSSESSION 30:42 THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 1 of 13 FOURTH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 4 of 5 RED-ZONE Scores-Chances 2-2 SACKS BY Number-Yards 0-0 FIELD GOALS 1-1

BLOOM 21 219 145 364 0-0 2-43 2-10 3-110 8-398 29:18 6 of 12 0 of 0 5-6 4-20 1-1

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GAME 7 Bloomsburg 38, Shippensburg 18 October 15, 2011 BLOOMSBURG--Bloomsburg University quarterback Pat Carey threw three touchdowns as the Huskies topped the Red Raiders of Shippensburg 38-18. Shippensburg started the game with a 30 yard field goal. Later in the first, Eddie Mateo would sprint for a 69 yard gain to set up an 18 yard touchdown run by Franklyn Quiteh. Dan Fisher hit the PAT to put the Huskies up 7-3. The Raiders turned it over on their next drive as Drew Seigfried intercepted a pass in the end zone. Bloomsburg would enter halftime leading 7-3. Shippensburg opened the second half with a 32 yard field goal. Bloomsburg’s offense stalled on their next series and Shippensburg drove 80 yards for a touchdown. Ship went for the two point conversion but couldn’t convert, bringing the score to 12-7. The Shippensburg lead wouldn’t last long as Carey hit Ryan Dickerson for a 54 yard touchdown. Fisher’s PAT made it 14-12. Bloomsburg lined up to punt to start the fourth quarter, but a direct snap to Matt Cox led to a 61 yard run and a Husky first down. On third down Carey dropped back and found Matt Marchioni in the corner of the end zone for a touchdown and a 21-12 lead with 13:14 to play. Shippensburg made it to the BU 36 on their next drive before turning the ball over on downs. Dan Fisher converted a 39 yard field goal to cap the drive. Starting with great field position, the Huskies again looked to put together a scoring drive. It would be another Carey to Marchioni connection that produced a 35 yard touchdown and a 31-12 lead with just under three minutes left. The Red Raiders drove 73 yards for a touchdown on the ensuing possession. After a failed onside kick attempt the Huskies took over at their own 46. Quiteh took a handoff and went untouched for a 49 yard score. Bloomsburg would take the game by a final score of 38-18. Carey had a big day, throwing for 201 yards and three touchdowns. Marchioni and Dickerson had 61 and 62 yards, respectively. Mateo rushed for 129 yards on 16 carries while Franklyn Quiteh went for 105 and two touchdowns. Defensively Jarrett Pidgeon led the way with a career high 17 tackles and two pass break-ups. Vince Browning added another nine tackles and John Pettine recorded one and half sacks. 70

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SCORING SUMMARY Bloomsburg 0 East Stroudsburg 3

7 0

7 9

1st SHIP - Newcomer 30 field goal 2nd BU - Quiteh 18 run (Fisher kick) 3rd SHIP - Newcomer 32 field goal SHIP - Kinney 34 pass from Zulli BU - Dickerson 54 pass from Carey (Fisher kick)

24 - 38 6 - 18 4th BU - Marchioni 6 pass from Carey (Fisher kick) BU - Fisher 39 field goal BU - Marchioni 35 pass from Carey (Fisher kick) SHIP - Kinney 38 pass from Zulli

GAME STATISTICS SHIP FIRST DOWNS 25 RUSHING YARDS 144 PASSING YARDS 318 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 462 FUMBLES Number-Lost 1-0 INTERCEPTIONS 0-0 PENALTIES Number-Yards 6-40 PUNTS-YARDS 4-159 KICKOFFS-YARDS 4-236 TIME OF POSSESSION 31:24 THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 10 of 20 FOURTH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 2 of 4 RED-ZONE Scores-Chances 2-4 SACKS BY Number-Yards 2-13 FIELD GOALS 2-2

BLOOM 20 282 201 483 0-0 1-4 6-63 5-213 7-394 28:36 6 of 14 1 of 1 2-2 2-11 1-1


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GAME 8 Bloomsburg 55, West Chester 42 October 22, 2011 WEST CHESTER--The Bloomsburg University football team used the biggest rally in NCAA Division II history to beat West Chester, 55-42. The Huskies trailed 35-0 in the second quarter but scored the next 55 points to spoil the Golden Ram’s homecoming. The Rams marched 73 yards on their first drive for a touchdown. WCU went 97 yards on their next drive and scored again to go up 14-0. Later in the first Huskies quarterback Pat Carey was intercepted by WCU. Two plays later they made it 21-0. After a BU three-and-out, WCU made it 28-0. WCU seemingly put the game out of reach as they went up 35-0 with 10:29 left in the half. The Huskies finally got the offense clicking when Franklyn Quiteh capped a drive with an 11 yard touchdown. Bloomsburg’s defense forced a WCU punt. Carey swung a short pass to Quiteh who took the ball 41 yards. Eddie Mateo scored on the next play to make it 35-14 with 4:23 left in the half. West Chester went three-and-out giving the Huskies the ball at the WCU 39. A few plays later, Carey went found Ryan Dickerson for a 24-yard score to make it 35-21 at halftime. The Huskies got to the end zone quickly in the third when Quiteh scored his second touchdown. After being able to move the ball at will early, West Chester was again forced to punt. On the next play Mateo ran 37 yards to the Golden Rams four. Three plays later the Huskies converted on a fake field goal as Mike Wagner hit Mark Daniels to tie the game at 35. After the teams traded punts, JP Patrick returned an interception for a 31-yard score giving Bloomsburg its first lead of the game, 42-35. After driving to the West Chester five, Dan Fisher hit a 22-yard field goal to give Bloomsburg a 45-35 lead entering the fourth. Fisher hit a 35 yarder to cap the Huskies’ next drive. Later in the quarter the Huskies got a 25-yard scoring pass from Carey to Mateo. West Chester also scored once more to make the final 55-42. Bloomsburg finished with 514 yards of total offense. Quiteh went for 190 yards and two scores on 25 carries. Mateo finished with 99 yards and a score and added a 25 yard touchdown reception. Jarrett Pigeon led the defense with 11 tackles.

SCORING SUMMARY West Chester Bloomsburg

21 14 0 7 - 42 0 21 24 10 - 55

1st WC - McDermott 1 run (Leo kick) WC - McDermott 1 run (Leo kick) WC - White 1 run (Leo kick) 2nd WC - Carrol 4 run (Leo kick) WC - White 16 run (Leo kick) BU - Quiteh 11 run (Fisher kick) BU - Mateo 6 run (Fisher kick) BU - Dickerson 24 pass from Carey (Fisher kick) 3rd BU - Quiteh 7 run (Fisher kick)

BU - Daniels 3 pass from Wagner (Fisher kick) BU - Patrick 31 interception (Fisher kick) BU - Fisher 22 field goal 4th BU - Fisher 25 field goal BU - Mateo 25 pass from Carey (Fisher kick) WC - Keyser 6 pass from McCartney (Leo kick

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

BLOOM 24 287 227 514 0-0 2-31 5-50 5-204 10-607 31:48 1 of 12 1 of 1 7-8 2-12 2-2

WCU 22 127 288 415 2-0 1-24 8-78 6-218 6-359 28:12 3 of 16 3 of 4 6-6 1-5 0-1

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GAME 9 Bloomsburg 21, C.W. Post 24 October 29, 2011 BLOOMSBURG--Bloomsburg University running back Franklyn Quiteh rushed for 140 yards and two touchdowns in heavy snowfall but it wasn’t enough as C.W. Post shocked the Huskies, 24-21. Bloomsburg started with the ball and Quiteh took a handoff 70 yards for a score just 1:10 into the game. Dan Fisher connected on the point after to give BU a 7-0 lead. C.W. Post put together a scoring drive on its next possession, going 65 yards before hitting a 27 yard field goal. On Bloomsburg’s next possession, Pat Carey found Kyle Fisher for a 46-yard gain on third and four, bringing the ball to the C.W. Post 10 yard line. Eddie Mateo got the carry on the next play but was stripped of the ball in the backfield. At the 13:20 mark in the second, C.W. Post took its first lead of the game, 10-7. The Huskies answered back with a touchdown at the 8:29 mark as Quiteh scored from five yards out. Post was forced to punt on their next possession. DJ Robinson returned the punt 78 yards to the Post nine yard line, but Carey was picked off in the end zone three plays later. Neither team was able to score as the half came to a close with the Huskies leading 14-10. Starting from their own 22 yard line, C.W. Post looked to put some points on the board but was denied as Dan Haverstock intercepted a pass on the Pioneer’s third play. Mateo pounded it in on the next play, giving the Huskies a 21-10 advantage with 6:26 left in the third. Jeff Mack rushed for 35 yards on Post’s next offensive series to lead the Pioneers to a touchdown cutting the Bloomsburg lead to four. In the fourth quarter, Mack scored another touchdown to put the Pioneers ahead, 24-21. After a short offensive series, the Huskies punted the ball back to Post. On third and eight, Ryan Olaf forced a fumble and Justin Rivera recovered at the Bloomsburg 45. That would be the final highlight for the Huskies as the game would come to an end with C.W. Post earning a 24-21 victory. Jarrett Pidgeon recorded 12 tackles, his third game in a row in double digits. Sean Clift added another 10.

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SCORING SUMMARY Bloomsburg C.W. Post

7 7 3 7

7 0 - 21 7 7 - 24

CWP - Mack 6 run (Montana 1st kick) BU - Quiteh 70 run (Fisher kick) 4th CWP - Montana 27 field goal CWP - Mack 3 run (Montana 2nd kick) CWP - Derham 31 pass from Laurino (Montana kick) BU - Quiteh 5 run (Fisher kick) 3rd BU - Mateo 7 run (Fisher kick)

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

CWP 25 265 194 459 3-1 2-24 11-119 7-218 5-283 31:57 9 of 19 0 of 0 3-3 3-22 1-1

BLOOM 12 208 71 279 2-1 1-32 5-63 5-167 4-211 28:03 4 of 14 0 of 1 2-5 1-5 0-2


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GAME 10 Bloomsburg 14, Kutztown 52 November 5, 2011 KUTZTOWN--Running back Franklyn Quiteh rushed for 151 yards but it wasn’t enough as the Bloomsburg University football team fell 52-14 to Kutztown University. The team hadn’t lost to Kutztown since 1992. It was a day where whatever could go wrong for the Huskies, did go wrong. The Huskies turned the ball over three times in addition to a missed 41 yard field goal. For Kutztown, everything seemed to go their way, converting on long third down attempts and moving the ball at will. Whenever the Huskies got pressure in the backfield, Kutztown quarterback Kevin Morton would scramble for positive yardage. Bloomsburg started with the ball but Pat Carey was picked off on the first play from scrimmage on a deep pass attempt. The interception led to a Kutztown 43 yard field goal from Jack Ruggieri at the 12:27 mark of the first quarter. Following a Bloomsburg punt, Kutztown put together a 12 play, 59 yard drive that was capped by a one yard touchdown run from Robbie Frey. On the Huskies ensuing possession, Quiteh escaped for a 46 yard run with three minutes remaining in the first quarter. On fourth and goal from the one yard line, Carey dove over the pile, narrowly breaking the plane for a touchdown to cut the Kutztown lead to three. The Golden Bears would go up by 17 after as quarterback Kevin Morton hit Josh Smith for 16 and 65 yard touchdown passes. Bloomsburg was unable to score for the remainder of the half, trailing 24-7 entering halftime. Kutztown put up the only third quarter points on a 30 yard touchdown pass that put the bears ahead 31-7. After a fumbled punt by Bloomsburg, Kutztown scored again to go up by 31 points. Carey threw his first touchdown pass of the day to cut into the Kutztown lead, 38-14. Ryan Dickerson made the reception for his fourth touchdown of the year. The Golden Bears responded with an 83 yard kickoff return touchdown to go back up by 31 with 10:06 to play. With 4:44 left in the game Josh Smith caught his third touchdown pass of the game, this time a 38 yarder. Morton’s TD pass was his fourth of the day and fifth overall touchdown. The Golden Bears would go on to win the game 52-14. Defensively for Huskies, Dan Haverstock and Justin Shirk led the way with eight tackles apiece.

SCORING SUMMARY Kutztown Bloomsburg

10 14 7 21 - 52 7 0 0 7 - 14

1st KU - Ruggieri 43 field goal KU - Frey 1 run (Ruggieri kick) BU - Carey 1 run (Fisher kick) 2nd KU - Smith 16 pass from Morton (Ruggieri kick) KU - Smith 65 pass from Morton (Ruggieri kick)

3rd KU - Frazier 30 pass from Morton (Ruggieri kick) 4th KU - Morton 5 run (Ruggieri kick) BU - Dickerson 14 pass from Carey (Fisher kick) KU - Mastromatto 83 kick return (Ruggieri kick) KU - Smith 38 pass from Morton (Ruggieri kick)

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

BLOOM 15 200 75 275 2-1 0-0 3-30 6-249 3-165 29:38 3 of 12 1 of 1 2-2 2-5 0-1

KU 22 139 302 441 1-0 2-40 7-48 3-95 9-567 28:58 10 of 17 3 of 3 3-3 3-22 1-1

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GAME 11 Bloomsburg 34, Lock Haven 3 November 12, 2011 BLOOMSBURG--Eddie Mateo and Franklyn Quiteh paced the Bloomsburg University Huskies past the Bald Eagles of Lock Haven, 34-3. Mateo rushed for 136 yards and a touchdown while Quiteh gained 120 yards on the ground. Prior to the start of the game, the Huskies honored their 13 graduating seniors as they were walked out by their families. The following seniors were recognized: Vince Browning, Pat Carey, Matt Cox, Tyler Guise, Daryl Kurtz, Pat Michael, Justin Rivera, Oscar Rivera, Ryan Olaf, Dave Onorato, Jeff Owsley, John Pettine, and Mike Wagner. The Huskies opened the first quarter with 10 points. Dan Fisher put Bloomsburg up 3-0 with a 43 yard field goal at the 10:12 mark, tying his career-long. Bloomsburg’s other score came on Carey’s second rushing touchdown of the season. In the first quarter alone, Mateo and Quiteh combined for 125 rushing yards. Defensively, the Huskies limited Lock Haven to 25 yards and forced three punts. Bloomsburg scored three times in the second quarter. Dan Fisher connected on a 34 yard field goal to make it 13-0. Kyle Fisher made it 20-0 after receiving a handoff on a reverse, scoring from 46 yards out. Matt Marchioni caught an 11 yard touchdown pass from Carey to make it 27-0 entering halftime. The Huskies started with the ball at their own 41 in the third quarter. Mateo ended the drive with his 12th rushing touchdown of the season. Lock Haven got on the board on their next possession after a 20 yard return and a 15 yard facemask penalty gave the Bald Eagles the ball at their own 49. Noah Heimer connected on a 21 yarder, bringing the score to 34-3 with 6:27 left in the third. Neither team produced a score for the remainder of the game, resulting in a 34-3 win for the Bloomsburg Huskies. Pat Carey went 10-of-21 for 104 yards and one touchdown while scoring one rushing touchdown as well. Marchioni caught four passes for 35 yards and a touchdown while Ryan Dickerson and Ryan Maggs each had 26 yards receiving. Defensively the Huskies were led by Dylan Spangler’s six tackles, 1.5 going for a loss and a half of a sack. 74

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SCORING SUMMARY Bloomsburg Lock Haven

10 17 7 0 - 34 0 0 3 0 - 3

1st 3rd BU - Fisher 43 field goal BU - Mateo 15 run (Fisher BU - Carey 1 run (Fisher kick) kick) 2nd LHU - Heimer 21 field goal BU - Fisher 34 field goal BU - K. Fisher 34 run (Fisher kick) BU - Marchioni 11 pass from Carey (Fisher kick)

GAME STATISTICS LHU FIRST DOWNS 13 RUSHING YARDS 133 PASSING YARDS 99 TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 232 FUMBLES Number-Lost 1-0 INTERCEPTIONS 0-0 PENALTIES Number-Yards 3-15 PUNTS-YARDS 6-161 KICKOFFS-YARDS 2-104 TIME OF POSSESSION 34:09 THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 4 of 17 FOURTH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 3 of 6 RED-ZONE Scores-Chances 1-2 SACKS BY Number-Yards 0-0 FIELD GOALS 1-1

BLOOM 22 317 123 440 1-0 0-0 5-49 4-108 7-352 25:51 4 of 10 0 of 0 4-4 1-15 2-2


2011 STATISTICS 2011 Season Statistics DATE 9-1 9-10 9-15 9-24 10-1 10-8 10-15 10-22 10-29 11-5 11-12

OPPONENT Ashland at Clarion at IUP MILLERSVILLE* at East Stroudsburg* CHEYNEY* SHIPPENSBURG* at West Chester* C.W. POST* at Kutztown* LOCK HAVEN

RESULT W, 27-20 W, 45-10 W, 20-16 W, 46-7 W, 32-20 W, 45-10 W, 38-18 W, 55-42 L, 21-24 L, 14-52 W, 34-3

ATTD. 4107 3700 5697 2864 1890 4981 3105 6502 627 8029 1291

* PSAC East Game Overall Record: 9-2 • PSAC East: 5-2 Home: 5-1 • Away: 4-1 SCORE BY QUARTER 1st 2nd Bloomsburg 67 109 Opponents 60 52

Ryan Dickerson

3rd 103 29

4th 98 81

OT 0 0

Total 377 222

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 377 34.3 219 126 70 23 2848 3048 200 479 5.9 258.9 30 1643 133-213-9 7.7 14.5 149.4 14 4491 692 6.5 400.3 45-1067 18-279 13-212 23.7 15.5 16.3 14-5 51-497 45.2 50-1875 37.5 34.8 29:39 43/134 32% 6/7 86% 25-147 0 47 17-21 46-53 87% 32-53 60% 44-46 96%

OPP 222 20.2 216 101 103 12 1715 1981 266 422 4.1 155.9 14 2223 199-381-13 5.8 11.2 200.1 11 3938 803 4.9 358.0 67-1311 13-34 9-175 19.6 2.6 19.4 16-5 80-685 62.3 58-2000 34.5 29.3 30:13 66/178 37% 19/32 59% 15-102 0 27 12-16 28-34 82% 17-34 50% 24-26 92%

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2011 Season Statistics Rushing

Franklyn Quiteh Eddie Mateo K. Steplight Matt Cox Ryan Maggs Kyle Fisher Brody Myers Matt Wenrich Tyler Guise Nicholas DeLuca Mike Wagner Pat Carey HUSKIES Opponents

Passing

Pat Carey Mike Wagner Brady Knerr HUSKIES Opponents

GP-GS Att 10 180 11 172 8 44 10 18 11 12 8 1 6 5 10 3 11 1 3 0 11 2 11 36 11 479 11 422

GP-GS 11-11 11-11 1-0 11 11

Effic. 133.2 163.0 200.0 131.1 103.9

Gain 1211 1222 240 159 50 46 26 12 0 0 3 79 3048 1981

Att 205 5 1 213 381

Loss Net Avg 19 1192 6.6 37 1185 6.9 13 227 5.2 1 158 8.8 3 47 3.9 0 46 46.0 2 24 4.8 0 12 4.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 9 -6 -3.0 105 -26 -0.7 200 2848 5.9 266 1715 4.1

Cmp 110 3 0 113 199

Int 8 0 1 9 13

Receiving

Ryan Dickerson Kyler Fisher Tyler Guise Dylan Manni Matt Marchioni Ryan Maggs Franklyn Quiteh Matt Cox Glenn Hutton Jr. Mark Daniels HUSKIES Opponents

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TD 12 12 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 30 14

Long 70 69 39 61 9 46 13 8 0 0 3 14 70 43

Avg/G 119.2 107.7 28.4 15.8 4.3 5.8 4.0 1.2 0.0 0.0 -0.5 -2.4 258.9 155.9

Pct 53.7 60.0 0.0 53.1 52.2

Yds 1621 22 0 1643 2223

TD 13 1 0 14 11

Lng 55 10 0 55 65

Avg/G 147.4 2.0 0.0 149.4 202.1

GP-GS 11-11 8-5 11-11 11-11 10-1 11-11 10-9 10-9 11-11 11-11 11 11

Rec 23 21 21 13 12 10 6 2 1 1 113 199

Yds 351 454 243 115 133 96 129 45 29 3 1643 2223

Avg 15.3 21.6 11.6 8.8 11.1 9.6 21.5 22.5 29.0 3.0 14.5 11.2

TD 4 2 1 0 3 1 1 0 0 1 14 11

Long Avg/G 54 31.9 55 56.8 23 22.1 26 10.5 35 13.3 123 8.7 41 12.9 23 4.5 29 2.6 3 0.3 55 149.4 65 202.1


2011 STATISTICS

Punt Returns Name DJ Robinson Ryan Dickerson Huskies Opponents

No. 10 8 18 13

Yds Avg 247 24.7 32 4.0 279 15.5 34 2.6

TD 1 0 1 0

Long 78 16 78 14

DJ Robinson

Interception Returns Name Dan Haverstock JP Patrick Terrell Oglesby Jarrett Pidgeon DJ Robinson Drew Siegfried Justin Rivera Oscar Rivera Huskies Opponents

No. 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 13 9

Kick Returns

Justin Shirk

Name DJ Robinson Kyle Fisher Tyler Guise Eddie Mateo Ryan Maggs Ryan Dickerson Glenn Hutton Jr Huskies Opponents

No. 19 9 8 5 2 1 1 45 67

Yds Avg 91 30.3 31 15.5 43 21.5 15 7.5 6 6.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0 212 16.3 175 19.4

TD 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

Long 33 31 43 15 6 0 0 0 43 40

Yds Avg 457 24.1 261 29.0 159 19.9 106 21.2 40 20.0 33 33.0 11 11.0 1067 23.7 1311 19.6

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

Long 54 78 28 28 31 33 11 78 90

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Scoring

TD Dan Fisher 0 Franklyn Quiteh 13 Eddie Mateo 13 Ryan Dickerson 4 Matt Marchioni 3 Kyle Fisher 3 K. Steplight 2 Pat Carey 2 Tyler Guise 1 Mark Daniels 1 DJ Robinson 1 Ryan Maggs 1 Terrell Oglesby 1 JP Patrick 1 Nicholas DeLuca 1 Huskies 47 Opponents 27

Kyle Fisher

Punting

Name Dan Fisher Drew Siegfried Huskies Opponents

No. 42 8 50 58

Total Offense Pat Carey Franklyn Quiteh Eddie Mateo K. Steplight Matt Cox Ryan Maggs Kyle Fisher Brody Myers Mike Wagner Matt Wenrich HUSKIES Opponents

78

GP 11 10 11 8 10 11 8 6 11 10 11 11

Yds Avg 1556 37.0 319 39.9 1875 37.5 2000 34.5

Long 51 49 51 48

Plays Rush 241 -26 180 1192 172 1185 44 227 18 158 12 47 1 46 5 24 7 -6 3 12 692 2848 803 1715

Pass 1621 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 22 0 1643 2223

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FC 13 1 14 17

Total Avg/G 1595 145.0 1192 119.2 1185 107.7 227 28.4 158 15.8 47 4.3 46 5.8 24 4.0 16 1.5 12 1.2 4491 408.3 3938 358.0

I20 11 4 15 17

PAT FG 17-21 44-46 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 17-21 44-46 12-16 24-26

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

Safety DXP Points 0 0 95 0 0 78 0 0 78 0 0 24 0 0 18 0 0 18 0 0 12 0 0 12 0 0 6 0 0 6 0 0 6 0 0 6 0 0 6 0 0 6 0 0 6 0 0 377 0 0 222

Blkd 0 0 0 0

Dan Haverstock & Terrell Oglesby


2011 STATISTICS

Defensive Leaders 51 Jarett Pidgeon 16 Vince Browning 30 Justin Shirk 18 Sean Clift 23 Justin Rivera 27 Dan Haverstock 17 Oscar Rivera 61 Chris Kennedy 34 Ryan Feldman 56 Shaun Moore 02 Andre Glover 41 Dave Onorato 38 Ryan Olaf 03 DJ Robinson 24 Terrell Oglesby 25 Drew Siegfried 21 JP Patrick 52 Dylan Spangler 12 Tony David 42 Rick Baily 95 John Pettine 98 Matt Heilig 49 Jake Myers 31 Pat Michael 66 W. Ridgeway 94 David McFadden 68 Matt Sanderson 8 Cole Parkinson 58 Shawn Mitchell 40 Jordan Rinehart 97 Dan Fisher 39 Ryan Maggs 44 Dylan Manni 29 Tyler Knoblauch 47 Jeff Owsley 45 Matt Wenrich 77 Brain Clarke 32 Eric Thomas 10 Sellus Roulhac 01 Glenn Hutton Jr 72 Matt Feiler 28 Franklyn Quiteh 09 Pat Carey Total Opponents

Solo 46 41 27 20 30 21 25 16 16 19 16 12 10 16 18 17 15 5 8 10 9 9 5 6 5 1 4 3 0 0 3 3 2 1 2 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 447 406

Ast 49 21 29 30 17 25 16 16 14 11 13 17 18 12 8 7 8 15 10 7 6 5 8 3 2 5 1 1 4 2 0 0 0 1 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 386 384

Total 95 62 56 50 47 46 41 32 30 30 29 29 28 28 26 24 23 20 18 17 15 14 13 9 7 6 5 4 4 2 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 833 790

TFL 6.5 3.5 6.5 3.5 0 0.5 0.5 4.0 2.0 4.0 0 3.0 2.0 0 2.0 0 0 1.5 3.0 1.5 6.0 1.0 1.5 2.0 1.5 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 58 49

Sack 2.0 0 2.0 0.5 0 0 0.5 2.0 0 3.0 0 2.0 2.0 0 0 0 0 0.5 2.0 0.5 4.0 1.0 0 1.0 1.0 0 0 0 0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 25 15

Int. 2 0 0 0 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 9

PBU 7 5 3 0 4 6 10 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 7 3 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 55 27

FR 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 5

FF 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 6

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2011 Season Statistics Team Highs - Single Game

Bloomsburg

HIGH HIGH Rushes 57 at East Stroudsburg 56 Yards Rushing 442 at Clarion 265 TD Rushes 6 at Clarion 5.7 Pass Attempts 27 at West Chester 57 Pass Completions 15 at East Stroudsburg 30 Yards Passing 235 at Indiana (PA) 397 TD Passes 3 vs. Shippensburg 4 at West Chester Total Offense 536 at Clarion 462 Points 55 at West Chester 52 Sacks 4 at Indiana (PA) 3 First Downs 30 at Clarion 25 Penalties 8 at Clarion 11 Penalty Yards 70 at Clarion 119 Turnovers 3 vs. Ashland 3 vs. C.W. Post at Kutztown

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Opponents vs. C.W. Post vs .C.W. Post vs. Cheyney vs. Shippensburg vs. Shippensburg at East Stroudsburg at Kutztown vs. Shippensburg at Kutztown vs. C.W. Post at Kutztown vs. Shippensburg vs. C.W. Post at C.W. Post vs C.W. Post at Clarion at East Stroudsburg vs. Cheyney


2011 STATISTICS

Individual Highs - Single Game Rushing Attempts 27 Rushing Yards 201 TD Rushes 5 Long Rush 70 Pass Attempts 26 Pass Completions 15 Yards Passing 235 TD Passes 3 Long Pass 55 Receptions 8 Yards Receiving 171 TD Receptions 2 Long Reception 55 Field Goals 4 Long Field Goal 43

Eddie Mateo vs. Millersville 9/24/2011 Eddie Mateo vs. Millersville 9/24/2011 Eddie Mateo at Clarion 9/10/2011 Franklyn Quiteh vs. C.W. Post 10/29/2011 Pat Carey at West Chester 10/22/2011 Pat Carey at East Stroudsburg 10/1/2011 vs. Shippensburg 10/15/2011 Pat Carey at Indiana (PA) 9/15/2011 Pat Carey vs. Shippensburg 10/15/2011 Pat Carey at Indiana 9/15/2011 Ryan Dickerson at East Stroudsburg 10/1/2011 Kyle Fisher at Indiana (PA) 9/15/2011 Matt Marchioni vs. Shippensburg 10/15/2011 Kyle Fisher at Indiana (PA) 9/15/2011 Dan Fisher at East Stroudsburg 10/1/2011 Dan Fisher

Punts 7 Punting Avg. 44.0 Long Punt 51 Long Punt Return 78 Long Kickoff Return 78 Tackles 17 Sacks 1.5 Tackles for Loss 2.5 Interceptions 2

vs. Lock Haven 11/12/2011 Dan Fisher vs. Ashland 9/1/2011 Drew Siegfried vs. Shippensburg 10/15/2011 Dan Fisher vs. Shippensburg 10/15/2011 DJ Robinson vs. C.W. Post 10/29/2011 Kyle Fisher vs. Ashland 9/1/2011 Jarrett Pidgeon vs. Shippensburg 10/15/2011 John Pettine vs. Ashland 9/1/2011 Justin Shirk at Indiana (PA) 9/15/2011 Dan Haverstock at East Stroudsburg 10/1/2011

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The Last Time... 30 carries BU - Franklyn Quiteh (39) at East Stroudsburg, 10/2/10 Opp. - Brandon Brader (34), Lock Haven, 11/12/11 40 carries BU - Irv Sigler (41) vs. Millersville, 10/18/97 Opp. - Not available 100+ yards rushing BU - Eddie Mateo (136) & Franklyn Quiteh (120) vs. Lock haven, 11/12/11 Opp. - Brandon Brader, (138), Lock Haven 11/12/11

30 pass attempts BU - Pat Carey (37) at Mercyhurst, 11/13/11 Opp. - Kevin Morton (34), Kutztown, 11/5/11

100+ yards receiving BU - Ryan Dickerson (104) vs East Stroudsburg, 10/1/11 Opp. - Josh Smith (144), Kutztown, 11/5/11 40 pass attempts 200+ yards receiving BU - Eric Miller (43) vs. UC Davis, 12/2/00 BU - Ron Lelko (211) vs. ESU, 11/16/96 Opp. - Zach Zulli (56), Shippensburg, Opp. - Elfren Quiles (308), Kutztown, 10/15/11 10/06/07

50 pass attempts 3+ TD Receptions BU - Jeff King (69) vs. Lock Haven, 9/19/92 BU - Steve Burke (3) vs. ESU, 10/4/03 Opp. - Zach Zulli (56), Shippensburg, Opp. - Josh Smith (3), Kutztown, 11/5/11 10/15/11 3+ Interceptions 200+ yards passing BU - Deric Lynch (3) vs. Mansfield, 200+ yards rushing BU - Pat Carey (224) vs. West Chester, 11/13/93 BU - Eddie Mateo (201) vs. 10/22/11 Opp. - Not available Millersville, 9/24/11 Opp. - Kevin Morton (302), Kutztown, Opp. - Gerald Thompson, Edinboro, 11/5/11 3+ sacks (243), 11/14/98 BU - Justin Presley (3) vs. Ashland, 8/27/09 300+ yards passing Opp. - O’Neil Anderson (3), New Haven, 300+ yards rushing BU - Dan Latorre* (350) at West Chester, 9/4/99 BU - Jerry Marks (300) vs. Mansfield, 10/31/09 11/2/91 Opp. - Kevin Morton (302), Kutztown, Kickoff Return-TD Opp. - Not available 11/5/11 BU - Jesse Cooper (91) at Millersville, 10/04/08 3+ rushing TDs 400+ yards passing Opp. - J. Mastromatto (83), Kutztown, BU - Franklyn Quiteh (3) vs. Cheyney, BU - Eric Miller (415) vs. New Haven, 11/5/11 10/8/11 9/4/99 Opp. - Dawon Harvey (3), Ashland, 8/30/08 Opp. - Kyle Spotts (463), Kutztown, Punt Return-TD 10/06/07 BU - DJ Robinson (70) vs. Millersville, 50+ yard run 9/24/11 BU - Franklyn Quiteh (70) vs. 3+ passing TDs Opp. - Trevor Kennedy (81), Mercyhurst, C.W. Post, 10/29/11 BU - Pat Carey (3) vs. Shippensburg, 11/13/10 Opp. - D’Andre Webb (77), West Chester, 10/15/11 10/23/10 Opp. - Kevin Morton (4), Kutztown, Interception Return-TD 11/5/11 BU - JP Patrick (31) vs. West Chester, 20 pass completions 10/22/11 BU - Pat Carey (22) vs. at Mercyhurst, 50+ yard pass Opp. - Kevin Williams (28), Mercyhurst, 11/13/10 BU - Pat Carey to Ryan Dickerson (53) 11/13/10 Opp. - Kevin Morton (21), Kutztown, at Mercyhurst, 11/27/10 11/5/11 Opp. - K. Morton to J. Smith (65), Fumble Return-TD Kutztown, 11/5/11 BU - Nicholas DeLuca (0) vs Clarion, 30 pass completions 9/10/11 BU - Jeff King (39) vs. Lock Haven, 10 receptions Opp. - Tarrell Lewis (33), Ashland, 8/30/08 9/19/92 BU - Steve Burke (11) vs. ESU, 10/2/04 Opp. - Zach Zulli (30), Shippensburg, Opp. - Trevor Kennedy (11), Mercyhurst, 40-yard field goal 10/15/11 11/13/10 BU - Dan Fisher (43) vs. Lock Haven, 11/12/11 Opp. - Jack Ruggieri (43), Kutztown, 11/5/11

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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

LIU 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

Bald Eagles

Mercyhurst Lakers

Slippery Rock “The Rock”

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2011 PSAC HONORS

2011 Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Eastern Division Western Division Conf. Overall Kutztown* 6-1 11-2 Slippery Rock* C.W. Post 6-1 7-4 California Bloomsburg 5-2 9-2 IUP Shippensburg 4-3 7-4 Edinboro West Chester 4-3 5-6 Gannon Millersville 2-5 3-8 Mercyhurst East Stroudsburg 1-6 3-8 Clarion Cheyney 0-7 1-10 Lock Haven

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

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

*PSAC Championship Game - Kutztown 21, Slippery Rock 14

All-PSAC East First Teams

All-PSAC East Second Teams

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

Kevin Morton Josh Mastromatto Eddie Mateo Franklyn Quiteh Kevin Martin Aaron McGlynn Brian Clarke Nick Maloney Dan Caffrey Dylan Manni Grayson Laurino Erik Frazier Dusty Reed Dan Fisher

OFFENSE Kutztown Jr. Quarterback Kutztown Jr. Running Back Bloomsburg So. Bloomsburg So. C.W. Post Sr. Offensive Tackle Kutztown Jr. Bloomsburg So. Offensive Guard Kutztown Jr. East Stroudsburg Sr. Center Bloomsburg Jr. Tight End C.W. Post Jr. Wide Receiver Kutztown Sr. East Stroudsburg So. Bloomsburg So. Placekicker

DEFENSE Defensive Line Linebacker Defensive Back Return Specialist Punter

Kadeem Huggins Tim Hume John Pettine Lou Scala Mark Kahlil Smith Cody Fleming Andrew Hodges Billy O’Connor Jarrett Pidgeon Shawnte Carroll Alex Dinolfi Tyriq Kershaw Oscar Rivera Josh Mastromatto Dan Fisher

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

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

DEFENSE Defensive Line Linebacker Defensive Back Return Specialist Punter

Ray Wagner Robbie Frey Marcus Jones Jeff Mack Brandon Allen Chris Faix Chris Restino Seve Rivers Jon Siopa Patrick Fitzgerald Kyle Fisher Tim Keyser LaRonn Lee Taylor Groff

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

Danian Green Shippensburg Jason Henshaw Kutztown Andrew Jackson C.W. Post Jake Metz Shippensburg Brett Moss Kutztown Ronnie Modik C.W. Post Mike Pereira West Chester Justin Shirk Bloomsburg Brian Sourber Shippensburg Stan Banks Cheyney Vince Browning Bloomsburg Antonio Powell-Fields C.W. Post Gary Tillman Millersville Mike Frenette Shippensburg Grayson Laurino C.W. Post

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


2011 PSAC HONORS

All-PSAC West First Teams

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

Peter Lalich Richard Sanders Lamont Smith Harvie Tuck Byron Dovales Kevin Poropat Rishaw Johnson Rob Stoner Austin Fedell Blake Williamson Devin Goda Trevor Kennedy Thomas Mayo Brett Ullman

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

DEFENSE Defensive Line Linebacker Defensive Back Return Specialist Punter

Randy Colling Gannon Keir Jeter Edinboro Barrington Morrison Clarion Thomas Mulabah California Steve Santia California Mark Jackson IUP Ryan Skelton Edinboro Jake Wickline Slippery Rock Ian Wild Mercyhurst Johnny Franco IUP James Jackson Edinboro Rontez Miles California Brandon Watters Slippery Rock Trevor Kennedy Mercyhurst Grant Shallock IUP

EASTERN DIVISION

All-PSAC West Second Teams

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

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

Cody Harris Brandon Atkins Brandon Brader Jeff Groene Shane Hess A.J. Hopp Anthony Herko A.J. Vercelli Steve Reinhardt R.J. Miller Daniel Bostic Chedrick Cherry Lawrence Coleman Alex Romanias

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

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

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

DEFENSE Defensive Line Linebacker Defensive Back Return Specialist Punter

Dusty Galich Ian Jeffers Jeff Thompson Carl Thornton Skyler Wool Brian Justice Zach Sheridan Nate Sipes Kevin Williams Chris Cook Andre Henderson Erik Harris Patrick Swearinger Justin Caliste Ryan Genco

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

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

PSAC Post Season Awards

WESTERN DIVISION

Offensive Player of the Year Kevin Morton, QB, Kutztown

Offensive Player of the Year Trvor Kennedy, WR/KR, Mercyhurst

Defensive Player of the Year Tim Hume, DL, Cheyney

Defensive Player of the Year Rontez Miles, DB, California

Freshman of the Year Steven Laurino, QB, C.W. Post

Freshman of the Year Richard Sanders, RB, Mercyhurst

Coach of the Year Raymond Monica, Kutztown

Coach of the Year Dr. George Mihalik, Slippery Rock

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2011 PSAC LEADERS

2011 PSAC Offensive Leaders Rushing 1. Franklyn Quiteh 2. Eddie Mateo 3. Harvie Tuck 4. Robbie Frey 5. Brandon Bader

Team G BLOOM 10 BLOOM 11 IUP 10 KUTZ 12 LHU 10

Att 180 172 227 189 253

Yds 1192 1185 1007 1185 942

Avg 6.6 6.9 4.4 6.3 3.7

TD 12 12 9 11 0

Long 70 69 33 61 43

Yds/G 119.2 107.7 100.7 98.8 94.2

Passing 1. Ray Wagner 2. Peter Lalich 3. Zach Zulli 4. Cody Endres 5. Kevin Morton

Team ESU CAL SHIP ROCK KUTZ

G 11 13 11 11 12

Att 396 447 385 374 316

Cmp 211 283 226 220 198

Int 24 12 11 18 11

Pct. 53.3 63.3 58.7 58.8 62.7.0

Yds 3,226 3,725 2,741 2,551 2,680

TD 20 31 34 21 32

Receiving 1. Trevor Kennedy 2. Thomas Mayo 3. Devin Goda 4. Dusty Reed 5. Jordan Hallman

Team MC CAL ROCK ESU ESU

G 11 13 11 11 11

Rec 88 79 75 62 35

Yds 1,389 1,359 1,028 929 854

TD 15 16 11 7 6

Long Avg/C Yds/G 61 15.8 126.3 75 17.2 104.5 59 13.7 93.5 70 15.0 84.5 75 24.4 77.6

Scoring 1. Trevor Kennedy 2. Dan Fisher 3. Thomas Mayo Shawn Leo 5. Franklyn Quiteh

Team MC BLOOM CAL WCU BLOOM

G 11 11 13 10 10

TD 16 0 17 0 13

XPT 0 44 0 35 0

FG 0 17 0 15 0

2XP 0 0 2 0 0

Pts 96 95 104 80 78

Pts/G 8.7 8.6 8.0 8.0 7.8

All-Purpose 1. Trevor Kennedy 2. Mike Frenette 3. Josh Mastromatto 4. Pat Graham-Murphy 5. Kendrick Williams

Team MC SHIP KUTZ CLAR ESU

G 11 11 13 10 10

Rush -11 913 706 702 541

Rcv 1389 404 589 0 140

PR 175 0 66 0 0

KR 679 463 709 723 724

Yds 2232 1780 2070 1450 1405

Avg/G 202.9 161.8 159.2 145.0 140.5

Field Goals 1. Dan Fisher 2.Shawn Leo 3. Kurt Brackman 4. Alex Romanias 5. Drew Newcomer Brett Ullman

Team BLOOM WCU ROCK EDIN SHIP IUP

G 11 10 11 10 11 10

FG 17 15 13 11 11 10

FGA 21 20 18 13 11 11

Pct. 81.0 75.0 72.2 84.6 84.6 90.9

FG/G 1.55 1.50 1.18 1.10 1.00 1.00

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Avg/G 293.3 286.5 249.2 231.9 208.9


2011 PSAC LEADERS

2011 PSAC Defensive Leaders Tackles 1. Mike Bergey 2. Andrew Hodges 3. Nate Sipes 4. Jarrett Pidgeon 5. Ryan Skelton

Team ESU KUTZ CLAR BLOOM EDIN

G 11 13 11 11 11

Ryan Feldman

Solo 65 77 36 46 53

Ast 45 42 63 49 41

Total Avg/G 110 10.0 119 9.2 99 9.0 95 8.6 94 8.5

Sack 1.5 3.0 1.0 2.0 5.5

Sacks 1. Brett Moss 2. Barrington Morrison 3. Randy Colling 4. Kadeem Huggins 5. Jake Metz Dainen Green

Team KUTZ CLAR GAN CWP SHIP SHIP

G 13 11 11 10 11 11

Solo 17 11 8 7 6 7

Ast 1 0 2 4 3 1

Yds 121 76 59 52 61 51

Total Avg/G 18.0 1.38 11.0 1.00 9.0 0.82 9.0 0.90 7.5 0.68 7.5 0.68

Tackles for Loss 1. Brett Moss 2. Tim Hume Randy Colling 4. Cody Flemeng 5. Barrington Morrison

Team KUTZ CHEY GAN SHIP CLAR

G 13 11 11 11 11

Solo 22 19 15 16 16

Ast 5 5 13 7 6

Yds 139 94 89 71 101

Total Avg/G 24.5 1.88 21.5 1.95 21.5 1.95 19.5 1.77 19.0 1.73

Passes Defended 1. Brandon Watters 2. Johnny Franco 3. James Jackson 4. English Peay 5. Alex DiNolfi

Team ROCK IUP EDIN KUTZ KUTZ

G 11 10 11 13 13

Brkup 10 10 12 16 5

Int 8 5 4 2 11

Kick Returns 1. Josh Mastromatto 2. Mario Washington 3. Trevor Kennedy 4. Pat Graham-Murphy 5. DJ Robinson

Team KUTZ CAL MC CLAR BLOOM

G 13 13 11 10 11

Ret 24 19 27 30 19

Yds 709 482 679 723 457

TD 2 0 1 1 0

Long 100 73 90 68 54

Avg 29.5 25.4 25.1 24.1 24.1

Punt Returns 1. Justin Caliste 2. Trevor Kennedy 3. Zack Kinney 4. Javon Rowan 5. John Schademan

Team GAN MC SHIP IUP ROCK

G 11 11 10 10 11

Ret 18 15 12 19 19

Yds 318 175 120 182 139

TD 2 0 0 0 0

Long 87 33 41 43 23

Avg 17.7 11.7 10.0 9.6 7.3

Total Avg/G 18 1.64 15 1.50 16 1.45 18 1.38 16 1.23

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2011 REGIONAL AWARDS

2011 Bloomsburg Regional Awards Football Gazette All-Super Region One Matt Cox FB First Team Dan Fisher PK First Team Eddie Mateo RB Second Team Franklyn Quiteh RB Second Team Jarrett Pidgeon LB Second Team Brian Clarke OG Third Team John Pettine DL Third Team Oscar Rivera CB Third Team Daktronics All-Super Region One Daryl Kurtz OL First Team Dan Fisher PK First Team Franklyn Quiteh RB Second Team Brian Clarke OL Second Team

Jarett Pidgeon

Dan Fisher

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Brian Clarke


THE BLOOMSBURG TRADITION


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 90

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0 0 0 3 0 26 0 21

21 9 14 19 26 12 10 0

0 25 12 14 28 0 0

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


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

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

6 0 2 6 0 7 31 0

7 6 14 14 0 7 7 0

12 6 6 33 0 12 26 0

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

6 7 0 25 13 12 20 13

0 13 0 0 26 13 41 13

6 13 0 19 25 6 7 0

0 6 6 20 7 31 27

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

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19 12 6 0 0 12 56 12

13 0 6 6 20 7 10 14

6 7 14 7 21 21 0 42

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

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7 12 16 18 7 36 0 26

34 26 6 28 14 6 12 19

21 30 6 28 6 0 25 7

13 19 26 54 6 7 13 34

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

25 7 6 40 27 6 0 34

39 6 7 41 19 14 7 18

20 20 37 19 50 19 12 26 58

27 6 13 41 21 12 12 70

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

28 34 16 38 7 7 17 38

7 3 27 42 17 7 24 47

6 54 20 26 56 48 14 43 26

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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

9 13 7 32 49 55 21 7 21

28 0 10 23 34 16 29 28 30

41 8 41 28 55 35 38 28 19

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

3 21 0 6 20 28 7 14 24

25 35 15 6 7 3 7 35 7 23

13 16 31 7 3 15 27 9 12 31

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

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

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18 10 28 6 24 14 13 14 13 10

17 0 13 6 9 22 24 3 31 24 21

3 14 16 0 13 17 10 23 7 6 9

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

26 32 44 3 14 26 36 22 7 7

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

48 25 7 24 28 14 31 35 22 48 16

26 10 6 39 3 0 17 33 23 3 18

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

6 7 6 9 24 7 0 0 51 32 26

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

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

41 20 38 42 48 23 17 34 7 30

21 30 32 24 26 40 25 16 31 6 7

38 10 22 6 7 20 23 17 23 24 3

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

27 34 20 7 13 28 20 8 18 27 0

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

0 18 3 6 0 8 34 7 14 17

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

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

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

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

37 26 23 14 16 26 21 12 10 6

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

17 21 17 16 37 7 28 21 35 6 42

2006 BU 3 at James Madison 24 California (Pa.) 28 at Edinboro 24 Clarion 35 at Shippensburg 30 West Chester 41 Kutztown 31 at Mansfield 28 at Millersville 45 East Stroudsburg 35 at Cheyney 21 West Chester * 24 at Shepherd * 3 at N.W. Missouri * Record: 12-2 (6-0 PSAC) Head Coach: Danny Hale *NCAA Division II Playoffs

17 48 0 24 30 12 0 7 35 20

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

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

2007 BU 42 C.W. 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 2008 BU 49 at Ashland 24 California (Pa.) 24 Mercyhurst 31 Kutztown 13 at C.W. Post 49 at Millersville 42 East Stroudsburg 43 at Cheyney 21 at Shippensburg 21 West Chester 38 at Gannon 28 West Chester* 24 California (PA.)* Record: 11-2 (6-1 PSAC) Head Coach: Danny Hale * NCAA Division II Playoffs 2009 BU 10 Ashland 17 at California (PA) 17 at Mercyhurst 31 at Kutztown 24 C.W. Post 45 Millersville 27 East Stroudsburg 28 Cheyney 27 Shippensburg 14 West Chester 7 Gannon (OT) Record: 8-3 (5-2 PSAC) Head Coach: Danny Hale

28 31 42 10 44 32 28 26 6 35

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2010 BU 14 at Ashland 41 Clarion 47 IUP 44 at Millersville 26 East Stroudsburg 52 at Cheyney 23 at Shippensburg 45 West Chester 36 at C.W. Post 61 Kutztown 37 at Mercyhurst* 28 at California (Pa)** 14 at Mercyhurst** Record: 10-3 (7-0 PSAC) Head Coach: Danny Hale *PSAC Championships **NCAA Division II Playoffs 2011 BU 27 Ashland 45 at Clarion 20 at IUP 46 Millersville 32 at East Stroudsburg 45 Cheyney 38 Shippensburg 55 at West Chester 21 C.W. Post 14 at Kutztown Record: 9-2 (5-2 PSAC) Head Coach: Danny Hale

24 13 20 7 13 14 3 21 16 35 56 26 28

20 10 16 7 20 10 18 42 24 52

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ALL-TIME SERIES

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) 98

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W 0 3 3 1 1 2 1 5 1 2 0 6 1 1 13 0 5 0 1 2 1 1 42 6 0 3 4 1 1 0 0 13 1 38 2 0 1 2 2 1 1 0 1 0 1

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

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

Pct. .000 .750 .750 1.000 .250 .667 1.000 1.000 .500 .500 .000 .600 1.000 1.000 .619 .000 .833 .000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .500 .808 .600 .000 .438 .800 .500 1.000 .000 .000 .643 .500 .458 .250 .000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .500 .000 1.000 .000 1.000

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

W 0 2 1 1 10 0 0 3 10 43 0 1 43 3 55 2 39 1 2 1 1 0 1 0 1 2 3 2 0 1 2 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 3 0

L 1 0 1 0 18 4 2 3 0 21 6 0 38 1 22 2 30 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 2 5 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 1

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

Pct. .000 1.000 .500 1.000 .357 .000 .000 .500 .955 .662 .000 1.000 .530 .750 .704 0.500 .527 1.000 1.000 1.000 .500 .333 1.000 .000 1.000 .500 .375 .667 .000 1.000 .667 1.000 .000 1.000 1.000 .250 .500 .000 .000 .000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000


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

W 1 2 1 1 3 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 33 9 1 1 0 11 2 2 1 0 1 0 2 23 1 0 10 0 3 1 3 6 0 1 0

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

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

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

Pct. 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .600 1.000 1.000 1.000 .333 1.000 1.000 1.000 .440 .750 1.000 .500 .000 .639 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 1.000 .000 1.000 .333 1.000 .000 .769 .000 .583 1.000 .750 .234 .000 1.000 .000

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

1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981

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

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#,+ 2011 — 9-2 + -- NCAA Playoffs # -- PSAC East Champs

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ALL-TIME COACHING HISTORY All-Time Coaching Records Head Coach (seasons) Y ear(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 (19) 1993-Present 163-54-1 TOTALS (114) 1892-2011 539-431-32

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 .751 .556

Head Coach Danny Hale 100

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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 22 22 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) Eric Miller (2000) Glenn McNamee (1996) 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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RUSHING Carries Game 59 Jerry Marks vs. Mansfield (1991) * Season 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 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) Eddie Mateo vs. Clarion (2011) 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) 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

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

SCORING Touchdowns Game 5 Eddie Mateo vs. Clarion (2011) 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) 102

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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 vs. C.W. Post (2010) 4 Dan Fisher vs. E. Stroudsburg (2011) 4 Dan Fisher vs. E. Stroudsburg (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) Career 37 Dan Fisher (2010-11) 29 Bill Beall (1992-95) 29 Mark Weiss (1988-91) 29 Jon Koenig (2006-2009) Most Field Goals Attempted Game 6 Mark Weiss vs. Mansfield (1988) Season 20 Chris Mingrone (1986) Career 45 Jon Koenig (2006-2009) 45 Dan Fisher (2010-11) 41 Bill Beall (1992-95) Most Points Game 34 Season 204 Career 658

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

Most Points Per Game Season 17 Jamar Brittingham (2005) Career 11.6 Jamar Brittingham (2004-07) RETURNS Most Punt Returns Game 7 Toyae Berry vs. Shippensburg (2000) 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 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 2012 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) Franklyn Quiteh 246 2010 E. Stroudsburg MOST RUSHING YARDS - SEASON Name Yards Year 1. Jamar Brittingham 2,260 2005 2. Franklyn Quiteh 2,015 2010 3. Irv Sigler 2,038 1997 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. Franklyn Quiteh 3,207 2010-present 6. Mike Ceroli 3,170 2000-2004 7. Mike Johnson 3,120 1992-1995 8. Arrastene Henry 2,665 1998-2001 9. Tom Martin 2,476 1985-1987 10. Josh Heck 2,115 2003-2007 Bold represents a player active in 2012

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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 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. Pat Carey 3,647 37 2009-2011 9. Mike Glovas 2,943 13 1983-1985 10. Chris Thompson 2,504 26 1998-2001


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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 - 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

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 1,000 YARD RUSHERS - SEASON Name Yards TDs Franklyn Quiteh 1,192 12 Eddie Mateo 1,185 12 Franklyn Quiteh 2,015 22 Derrick Price 1,279 7 Jamar Brittingham 1,435 23 Jamar Brittingham 1,003 12 Jamar Brittingham 2,260 32 Mike Ceroli 1,269 11 Mike Ceroli 1,034 11 Marques Glaze 1,327 12 Marques Glaze 1,354 17 Irv Sigler 2,038 20 Irv Sigler 1,693 25 Mike Johnson 1,060 16 Mike Johnson 1,007 11 Mike Morrucci 1,221 9 Mike Morrucci 1,130 8

Year 2011 2011 2010 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2001 2000 1997 1996 1995 1994 1979 1978

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ALL-AMERICANS Bloomsburg All-Americans 1981 MIKE BLAKE (TE) Associated Press Honorable Mention 1982 MIKE BLAKE (TE) Associated Press 1st Team 1983 FRANK SHEPTOCK (LB) Associated Press 1st Team MIKE JUPINA (C) Associated Press Honorable Mention 1984 FRANK SHEPTOCK (LB) Associated Press 1st Team TONY WOODS (DB) Associated Press 2nd Team MIKE JUPINA (C) Associated Press Honorable Mention 1985 FRANK SHEPTOCK (LB) Associated Press 1st Team (First player to become three-time first team AP All-American) TONY WOODS (DB) AFCA 1st Team, Associated Press Honorable Mention MIKE JUPINA (C) Associated Press Honorable Mention DOUG DeLAMBO (OT) Associated Press Honorable Mention KEVIN GRANDE (TE) Associated Press Honorable Mention 1986 KEVIN GRANDE (TE) Associated Press Honorable Mention 1987 JAY DeDEA (QB) Associated Press Honorable Mention

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1988 JOSHUA LEE (DT) Football Gazette 2nd Team, Associated Press Honorable Men. 1989 JOHN FULMER (C) Football Gazette 2nd Team 1990 ERIC JONASSEN (OT) Football Gazette 1st Team Associated Press 2nd Team 1991 ERIC JONASSEN (OT) Associated Press 1st Team AFCA 1st Team, Football Gazette 1st Team 1994 CHET HENICLE (DB) CoSIDA 3rd Team 1995 JAMES SMITH (OT) Football Gazette 2nd Team Associated Press 3rd Team CoSIDA 3rd Team BUCK EARDLEY (WR) Football Gazette 2nd Team 1996 RON LELKO (WR) Associated Press 1st Team CoSIDA 1st Team Football Gazette 1st Team American Football Quarterly 1st Team TIM BAER (OG) CoSIDA 1st Team Football Gazette 2nd Team Associated Press 3rd Team SEAN SMITH (All-Purpose/Returns) Football Gazette 1st Team CoSIDA 2nd Team IRV SIGLER (RB) Associated Press 2nd Team CoSIDA 2nd Team Football Gazette 2nd Team

1997 IRV SIGLER (RB) Harlon Hill Award Associated Press 1st Teamm Daktronics/CoSIDA 1st Team Football Gazette 1st Team American Football Coaches 1st Team

TIM BAER (OG) Associated Press 1st Team Daktronics/CoSIDA 2nd Team Football Gazette, 2nd Team GARY FITTERY (DL) Football Gazette 3rd Team

1998 TIM BAER (OG) Football Gazette 1st Team CHRIS ORLANDO (DB) Football Gazette Honorable Mention 2000 JEFF SMITH (OT) Associated Press 3rd Team Daktronics 1st Team Football Gazette 3rd Team MIKE LELKO (WR) Associated Press 3rd team Football Gazette 2nd team MARQUES GLAZE (TB)— Football Gazette 2nd team 2002 BRIAN BINGAMAN (OT) D2football.com, Hon. Mention 2003 CHRIS MULLIN (OT) Dopke.com 1st team 2004 JAHRI EVANS (OT) American Football Coaches 1st Team Associated Press 2nd team Football Gazette 2nd team


ALL-AMERICANS Bloomsburg All-Americans 2005 JAHRI EVANS (OT)­­­ American Football Coaches 1st Team Daktronics 1st Team Don Hansen’s 1st Team Associated Press 1st Team D2football.Com 1st Team

JAMAR BRITTINGHAM (RB) Daktronics 1st Team D2football.Com 1st Team Don Hasen’s 1st team Associated Press 1st Team

2011 DAN FISHER (K) Don Hansen’s 2nd Team MATT COX (FB) Don Hansen’s 2nd Team FRANKLYN QUITEH (RB) Don Hansen’s Honorable Mention

ALL-AMERICAN BREAKDOWN All-Americans: 49 Associated Press: 29 Football Gazette: 19 D2football.com: 10 CoSIDA: 8 Don Hansen: 7 Daktronics: 6 AFCA: 6 Dopke.com: 1 American Football Quarterly: 1

JOHN MOSER (OG) Don Hansen’s 2nd Team

2006 TYLER TRETTIN (DB) Daktronics 2nd Team D2football.com 2nd Team DAVE SHEMARIA (OL) D2football.com Honorable Mention BRAHIN BILAL (WR) D2football.com Honorable Mention 2007 JAMAR BRITTNGHAM (RB) American Football Coaches 1st Team Daktronics 1st Team D2football.com Honorable Mention 2008 MATT BOSS (OL) D2football.com Honorable Mention JON OCHS (DL) D2football.com Honorable Mention 2010 FRANKLYN QUITEH (RB) Daktronics 1st Team Associated Press 1st Team D2football.com 1st Team Don Hansen’s 1st Team

1997 Harlon Hill Winner - Irv Sigler

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NCAA PLAYOFF HISTORY

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 0 7

2 0 7

3 7 7

4 7 7

F 14 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.

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BU CAL CAL CAL BU CAL BU BU CAL

1 0 0

2 7 10

3 7 10

4 14 6

F 28 26

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 6 7

2 7 7

3 14 3

4 0 7

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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.

West Chester HUSKIES 1st WCU BU WCU 2nd BU WCU BU

1 14 7

2 6 14

3 0 0

4 0 0

F 20 21

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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HUSKIES Shepherd 1st SHEP BU BU SHEP 2nd BU 3rd SHEP 4th BU

1 13 14

2 3 0

3 0 7

4 8 0

F 24 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 HUSKIES 0 N. W. Missouri St. 10

2 3 3

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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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E. Stroudsburg HUSKIES 1st BU BU BU ESU 2nd ESU BU ESU 3rd BU BU ESU BU 4th ESU ESU ESU ESU BU

1 7 8

2 14 7

3 7 17

4 24 7

F 52 39

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, 2005 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 HUSKIES 7 Grand Valley State 7 1st GV 1st BU 2nd GV 2nd GV 2nd GV 2nd BU 3rd GV 3rd GV

2 7 21

3 0 14

4 0 0

F 14 42

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.

Saginaw Valley HUSKIES 1st BU 1st SVU 1st SVU 2nd BU 2nd SVU 2nd SVU 2nd BU 3rd BU 4th SVU 4th BU 4th BU

1 14 7

2 10 12

3 0 13

4 8 14

F 32 46

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 7 14

2 0 17

3 0 0

4 7 7

F 14 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 13 14

2 9 21

3 7 13

4 29 0

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

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

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Bloomsburg Football Playoff History

NCAA Division II Championship Game - December 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 14 14

2 21 0

3 14 14

4 14 6

F 63 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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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 three years. An immediate starter since being drafted in the fourth round in 2006, Evans has gone from being a littleknown rookie to an established veteran now considered one of the NFL’s top right guards. Evans has started all 96 games of his NFL career which is the most for a Saints offensive lineman 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 2011, 2010 and 2009 Pro Bowl-starter, a three-time Associated Press All-Pro, Pro Football Weekly/Pro Football Writers of America Association All-NFL, and two-time The Sporting News AllPro. In 2011 he was named as one of the 100 Greatest Players in the NFL, ranking 34th. In 2006, he was recognized as Pro Football Weekly/ PFWAAll-Rookie and Dallas Morning News All-Rookie. Evans was a two-time All-American. In 2005, he helped lead the Huskies to an undefeated regular season and a PSAC East title. Eric Jonassen In 1992, tackle Eric Jonassen was selected in the fifth round by the San Diego Chargers. Jonassen played two years for the Chargers. In 1993, Jonassen played in all 16 games and started in two for the Chargers. His career ended after the 1993 season. At Bloomsburg, Jonassen was an All-American tackle. Mike Morucci Running back Mike Morucci was taken in the seventh round of the 1980 draft by the New Orleans Saints; however, his NFL career was cut short by injury. At Bloomsburg, he graduated as the Huskies and the PSAC all-time leading rusher. His Bloomsburg records stood until 1997 when they was broken by tailback Irv Sigler. Bob Tucker Bob Tucker was not drafted but joined the Giants as a rookie in 1970. He put together a solid 11-year career as a tight end. Tucker had 422 receptions for 5,421 yards and scored 27 touchdowns. In 1971, his 59 receptions ranked second in the league. At Bloomsburg, Tucker was an All-Pennsylvania Conference selection three times. He graduated with nine school receiving records and ranks fourth all-time at BU with 131 receptions. Bob Warner Running back Bob Warner was selected in the 13th round of the 1972 NFL draft by the Denver Broncos. Elmer Kreisser Former Bloomsburg Players in the NFL Year 2006 1992 1980 1972 1970 1950 1949 1949 120

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

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

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Team Saints Chargers Saints Broncos Giants Steelers Steelers Steelers

Kreisser became the first Bloomsburg player to be drafted in the NFL when he was taken in the 27th round by the Pittsburgh Steelers. Tom Donan Donan was the first Bloomsburg player to sign a pro contract when he inked with the Steelers in 1949. Injuries forced him to retire while in camp. Frank Luchnick Luchnick was the second Bloomsburg player to sign a pro contract. He signed with the Steelers and was invited to camp in 1949.


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2012 Bloomsburg University Football Media Guide  

The 2012 Bloomsburg University football media guide